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Array Daily Edition No 960
nlnein Librirr fi310a
Nelson,   British  Columbia. Wednesday,   February 13,  1901.
Eleventh  Year
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H. B. GHLMOUB
ON POLITICS
Thinks the Government Will
Not  Last  Out  the
Session.
census returns are compiled a redistribution till will lie put through which
will adjust matters  equitably."
Mr. Ullmore touched on others matters briefly but the foregoing are the
principal features of his conversation
with The Miner man.
Present Administration Too
Much in Favor of the
Island.
NOTES OF THE WAR.
Hugh B. Gilmore, M. L. A., of Vancouver, has been iu tbo city for several days having been summoned to
give expert testimony in the suit of
Fawcett vs. C. P. It. Ml. Gilmore is
an expert machinist and former superintendent of railroad machine shops
is conversant with the running (rear
of cars a point on whicli tbe case
lai-gely hinged. Apart from his business aB western representative of the
Waterous Engine works company of
Hrantford, Ont., from which the Pitts
road roller was purchased by the city
of Nelson last spring, Mr. Gilmore is
an active politician. He occupies a
seat among the eight members of the
opposition ii the local legislatuie and
takes a keen interest in the revolution
of the politioal wheels, Mr. Gilmore
is looking- forward with more than ordinary interest to the approaching
session of the house because he believes that the government is riding;
for a fall and that the closing of the
session will see the present opposi-
tionon the treasury benches.
"I am confident the government
will not last out tbe session," says
Mr. Gilmore and proeeods to explain
how he arrives at this opinion in the
following terms:
"The dissensions among the members on the government side cannot
fall to result in defeat unless their
affairs are patohed up which seems
altogether unlikely. The trouble
arose over the appointment of Messrs.
Turner and Eberts to tbe cabinet.
When it was seen that these appointments would not be countenanced by
the government supporters generally,
concessions were promised. A definite
promise was given, we were told, that
both gentlemen would be removed.
The agency general in London was
spoken of as Mr. Turner's billet nnd
rumor has it that one of the most im -
portant objects ot Premier Diinsmuir's
jaunt to Ottawa was to secure a
judgeship for Mr. Eberts. If both
these features are carried through
successfully the first and greatest
rock in tho course of the goverment
ship will be avoided. If the effort to
shelve the ministers to whom objection is taken should prove bootless, 1
do not see any outcome other tluin
a disruption of the government forces.
"Aside from this question I think
there is a strong feeling that the government is not what it promised to
he; that it is to all intents and purposes a return to tbe old Turner government. Tne piovlnce is being governed from and in the interests of the
island and the mainland will get the
cold shoulder. An indication of this
Is the effort by the island politicians
to take the sittings of the full court
from Vancouver to Victoria. It is
conceded that the bulk of the legal
business for the full court comes from
Rlie mainland and that the center of
business and population Is shifting
eastward rapidly, yet thu Island peo-
: pie want to move the court and there
' by compel the large majority of lltl
gants to go to the extreme limits of
the province, a proposition whloh I
regard as ubsurd. In many othor
respects the fine hand of the Island
element Is perceptible In the government programme,
"Should the government be defeated
I Bhould not look for an election.
With the numerous small followings
a new administration could doubtless
be formed but in event of an appeal to
the people 1 am confident the government would b.e defeated. The people
of British Columbia turned down Tur-
ncrism once lu an uninlstakeiiblc manner and It Is a safe wager that they
would repeat the trick with a govern
ment which is practically n return to
Tui-nerlsni. In this connection lt
is unfortunate thut the Kootenays have
not representation on the basis of population. The spectatcle of one man
representing 2,000 voters as compared
[with two members for 300 voters does
Impress one aB being fair. It Is
1 be hoped, however, tbat  after the
Two Small Parties of Britishers Captured.
Capetown, Feb. 12.���Twenty-seven
Australians, Cape police and dragoons
were captured by Krutzinger's commando eight miles from Ballaspruit
on February G, after a fight in which
three British and five Boers were killed. The British were afterwards released. Two hundred Boers are raiding the Prince Albert district, looting
stores and destroying orchards and
gardens. Several were killed and
wounded. Seven British Yeomanry,
while skirmishing, were captured by
a commando near Vryburg which
was forced to retire. Piet Dewet has
arrived in Capetown to engage the
Afrikanders in the peace movement.
ARE WEDDED
Miss Minnie Lillie and Mr. W.
Jackson Hogg Married
Yesterday.
The residence of Mr. and Mrs Robert Lillie, Lake street east, was the
Bcene of u pretty wedding yesterday
afternoon, when their eldest daughter
Miss Minnie E., was united in marriage to W. Jackson Hogg, city C. P. R.
freight agent at Rossland. The bride
is a charming young lady who numbers her friends in Nelson by scores
while the groom is equally well aud
favorably known having been connected with the C. P. R. here for sometime, prior to assuming his present
important post. The valuable gifts
showered on the bride testified to the
esteem in which she is held. Among
these was an unusually handsome
brass table with onyx top and a handsome parlor lump and set of vases to
match, the gift of the young people of
the Methodist church.
The ceremony was performed at 4
o'clock by Rev. J. H. White, pastor
of the Methodist church. The drawing room was decorated with flowers
and wus filled by some 30 guests,
the Intimate friends of the contracting parties. The bride was charming
ly attired in cream silk. She carried
whito roses and wore a valuable pearl
ring, the gift of the groom. She waB
given away by her father. As the
bridal party entered the drawing room
Mrs. W. G. Lillie played "0 Promise
Me."
After tho ceremony, the guests
wore entertained at Inneheon. The
happy couple left on the 0:40 train for
Rossland where they will reside.
The luncheon table was graced by
a turkey of royal dimensions and
when the bird was carved a letter was
found in it. By a strange coincidence
tho turkey appears to have come from
the same town as Mrs. Hogg. The
letter follows:
"Westport, Out.,  Dec.  10th, 1900.
"This turkey was ralBed on a farm
about a mile and a half from the village of Westport, Out. It was one of
a (lock of two hundred. Hoping that
it may make a good Xinaa dinner for
some one, I remain yours truly,
"ALMA PALMER,
"Westport, Ont."
NONSUIT FOR
PLAINTIFFS
Gourt Held That Deceased
Himself Was Guilty of
Negligence.
Text of Mr. Justice Irvlng's
Judgment as Handed
Down.
Do you want some fine stationery-
letter paper and envelopes���with the
naino of your home or "Nelson, H.
('.," printed thereon? The Miner can
""Pl'ly you.	
RECEPTION FOB CANADIANS.
Montreal, Feb, 12.���The Star's Loudon cable says: "The transport Lake
Eric with the Strathconas on board
passed St. Catharines, Isle of Wight,
at two o'clock this afternoon and Is
expected to enter the Thames by tomorrow morning. The Duke of
Aliereiirn's committee has made elaborate reception arrangements, though
tbe national mourning will prevent
public demonstrations. Lord Roberts has expressed the warmest personal interest in the corps' visit to
London, The contingent will visit the
Tower, Mansion House, Buckingham
Palace, etc., but in n much more private manner than on the occasion of
the vlBit of the second special service
battalion.
An ad. in Tbe Miner want column
always biings results.
The action of Fawcett vs. 0. P. R.
came to a conclusion yesterday morning when defendants' motion for nonsuit was granted. Mr. Justice Irv-
ing's decision on the point of law involved in the matter iB contained in
the following judgment handed down
after yesterday's session of court:
At the conclusion of the plaintiff's
case the defendants moved for a nonsuit. I think I must grant it on tbe
ground,not of contributory negligence
which is a question for the jury to
determine, but because the plaintiff
bas not made out a cause of action.
As stated by Brett. M. R. in Wakelin
vs. London South Western Railway
Company, L. R. (1890) 10Q.B., 191:
"It is not a cause of action according
to the laws of England that the death
of the deceased person was caused by
tbe negligence of the railway company in the sense that their negli
gence wbb a cause of his death. In an
action for personal injuries through
negligence although it was shown that
there was negligence which was a
cause of the accident and without
which it could not have happened yet
if the plaintiff himself was also guilty
of negligence or want ot reasonable
care wbich contributed to tbe accident so that the accident was the result of the joint negligence of the
plaintiffs and defendants there is no
cause for action. The cause of action is that as between the plaintiff
and the defendant, the accident or injury to the plaintiff was caused solely
by the negligence of the defendants,"
that is to say it must be shown tbat
the negligence of the defendants was
the sole cause.
Now in this case the plaintiff ac
cording to the rules of the railway
was required to "carefully examine
couplings, wheels and running gear
of ull cars in tbeir train" (rule No.
83), and by rule 03, "to see that their
cars are In good order." before the
leaving of the train. This, to my
mind, compelled him to examine the
wheels, shoes of the brakes, brake
beams, etc., and ultimately the brake
wheel itself to see that it was in good
working order, that Is with safety io
tbe person using it. The cause of the
accident is not in dispute. It was tbat
the brake wheel was insecurely attached to the brake mast. There may
have been negligence on the part of
tbe company but there was negligence
also on the part of Conductor Fawcett
who was killed. He neglected to do
that which wbb prcsoribed by the company should be done for the security
of himself, of the brakeman who
might have to handle thut brake and
possibly of the passengers who would
be riding on the train. The case is
very much like that of Truman vs
Rudolph, 22 Ont. App. Reports 250,
where a master brewer sued his employer under the Workmen's Compensation for an injury resulting from
falling from a defective ladder which
it was his duty to Inspect. In that
case the master brewer saw the defect
and Instructed a subordinate to repair it but neglected to see that tbe
repairs were carried out and Mr. Justice Osier In delivering judgment In
the court of appeal says at page 254
"���the defective condition of the ladder was owing, as thiB evidence
shows, to the unfortunate plaintiff's
own neglect, not in the sense of contributory negligence, but neglect In
not seeing that the ladder was put in
a properly secure position. He was
the person whose duty it was to see
that this was done and his own neglect waB what led to the injury." A
judgment of non-suit was there approved.
"For these reasons I withdraw the
case from the jury and direct judgment to be entered for the defendants
with costs."
Do you want some fine stationery���
letter paper and envelopes���with the
name of your home or "Nelson, B.
0.," printed thereon? The Miner can
supply you,
IMPERIAL
SYNDICATE
The Annual General Meeting
Was Held Yesterday
Afternoon.
The Managing Director Submits a Most Encouraging Report.
The Imperial Development syndicate of this city is now in a position
to take a place in the front rank of
mining enterprises operating in the
Kootenays. The annual general meeting of the syndicate took place yesterday afternoon at the board of trade
rooms, the shareholders in attendance
representing 90 per e-��nt. of the stock.
The report of the retiring board
of directors was read and proved to be
of very considerable interest. After
touching on tbe organization of the
syndicate and reviewing the operations of the year, the report proceeded to give a lengthy extract from the
statement of A. H. Gracey, managing
director, regarding the development
work now being carried on at the
Eva, Imperial and Cholla groups on
Lexington mountain, Fisb river, Lardeau district. The three groups comprise 10 claims. Seven tunnels bave
been started at various points on the
property and with one exception all
were started in ore, and five of tbem
are now being driven as drift tunnels
all in ore. One tunnel is on vein No.
1, two on vein No. 2, Eva group; one
on the Imperial vein, and one on the
"holla vein, * the total amount of
lineal feet df development In tunnels
being over 500. The average values
in all the tunnels have been good up
to the present time, in some cases very
high. "It is very gratifying to have
been able to start this work," the report concluded, "and carry it on in
ore from the first stroke of the pick.
At this time the indications as a
whole are very promising and warrant the belief that we have a group
of properties of  exceptional merit."
The financial business included
the submission and approval of accounts. It was stated that the first
issue of stock had been over subscribed by 820,000, all of which the shareholders regarded as a matter for congratulation. The election of directors
resulted as follows:
Geo. Gillies, Toronto; Geo. Kydd,
E. Nelson Fell, W. W. Beer, E. C. Arthur, M. D., A. H. Gracey, F. Burnett, P. Lamont, A. L. McCulloeh, H.
Bird, Nelson.
The directors elect met Immediately
after and appointed the following
executive officers: George Gillies
president; Dr. Arthur, first vice-president; E. Nelson Fell, second vice-
president; George Kydd, treasurer;
A. H. Gracey, managing director; F.
VV. Swannell, auditor.
SANDON NEWS NOTES.
(SPECIAli TO THIS MINKR.)
Sandon, Feb. 12.���The unsettled
state of tho smelter question is retarding mining operations in the Slocan
to a considerable extent. Some of tbe
mines have arranged with the British
Columbia smelters but It Ib found they
cannot handle all the output of the
country to the satisfaction of some
of the owners. The Whitewater, for
lustunce, has a lot of concentrates
sacked and piled up pending smelter
arrangements somewhere and other
propcitics are shipping part of their
output only.
\V. Innes Ib in charge of the R. E,
Lee and has a few men at work on
day shift.
Tho tin horn gamblers are getting
scarce in Sandon chiefly because they
are learning the miners are getting
wisdom and are taking care of their
money.
Our hockeylsts are not scared over
their defeat at Revelstoke but are
massing tbeir strength for a grand
assault, on the very best at' Rossland
thiB week. The great trouble with
the Sandon team is they have not
players enough to draw from. Some
of their best mm are engaged In business and they cannot leave town to
go any d'stance, and as a result In
outBldo contests they have to take Inexperienced men,often those who play
but little with them.
It ia said the   Star mill   will start
up as soon aB a water supply is available which may be in a couple of
weeks.
CASUALTY LIST1
Ottawa, Feb. 12.���Sir Alfred Milner cables the following from Capetown : No. 252, Sergeant-Major Patterson killed; No. 49, Sergeant Bred-
in, and No. 557, Sergeant Murcey,
wounded at Martobourg, Cape Colony,
February 4. All Canadian scouts.
Boyd, of Kitchener's horse, Is dangerously ill of enteric fever at Pretoria.
Boyd is a Montrealer. The names of
the Canadian scouts are not on the
nominal roll.
WILL GO TO GERMANY.
London, Feb. 12. ��� Kimj Edward
and Queen Alexandra, according to
truth, will leave England during
March to visit the Dowager Empre9s
Frederick. As already cabled, they
will also visit the Grand Duke and
Duchess of Hesse and they will spend
tbe Easter holidays at Copenhagen.
Truth asserts that a member of the
cabinet, probably Lord James of Hereford, will accorapiiny the King.
POLICE DRESS
Commissioners Will Consider
Question of Uniforming
the Police.
A meeting of the newly organized
board of police commissioners will be
held shortly, and one of tbe principal
items to be discussed will probably be
the matter of uniforming the police
force. At the present time the chief
and his staff have no regulations laid
down for tbeir guidance iu the matter of dress and are under no obligation to wear any mark of their position other than tbe shield. This has
led to confusion in various ways
Instances have been known of men
who Were not personally acquainted
with the offlcers.refusing to accept the
policemen's instruction and resisting
arrest when no difficulty would huve
occurred bad the officers been in un
iform. In other cases it has been stat
ed that people who have required the
services of the police have failed to
distinguish them on tbe street und
entered complaints where the officers
were not at fault. A further point is
that strangers who desire information
and naturally look to a constable to
furnish the desired pariculurs are
quite unable to distinguish an officer
from an ordinary citizen. Above all
it is felt that uniformed police should
be had in a city of the size and enterprise of NelBon where everything else
Ib In keeping with the reputation of
tbe place.
H. R. Cameron,one of the new com
mlssloners, holds views along these
lines. He believes that the time is
ripe to uniform the force, arguing
that such action would increase the
efficiency of the officers. He suggests
a neat blue serve uniform with white
helmet for day duty in the summer,
the helmet to be replaced by the undress cap at night. For the winter
months a beavy serge and belt, with
fur cap and overcout. It is thought
that 875 per annum would equip each
man and that the outlay would be
more than recouped by the additional
efficiency to be obtained.
THE QUEEN DEOOBATBD,
London, Feb. i2.���A special edition
of the Gazette announces that by the
King's demand a special statute under tbe seal of the tinier of the Garter
shall be issued conferring upon the
Queen the title of "Lady of thut most
noble order." Lord Huberts' title is
gazetted as "Viscount St. Pierre and
Earl of Kandahar and Pretoria,"
STRATHCONAS COMING HOME
Halifax, N.S., Feb. 12.��� Cunard and
Co., the Allan lino agents hero, have
been notified that Strathcona's Horse
now on their way to Southampton
on the transport Lako Erie, will sail
from Liverpool on the Nuinldlati,
February 23rd, for Halifax.
CONVENTION CALLED OFF.
Montreal, Feb. 12.���It is altogether
likely that the annual convention of
the Canadian Press association, which
was to have taken place here February
14-15, and was postponed a month on
accountof the death of the Queen, will
be called off for tho year.
There's something In the want column of Tbe Miner that will interest
you.
OPENING OF
PARLIAMENT
King Edward Will Proceed to
the House of Lords
in Person.
Queen Alexandra Will Also
Be Present���Official
Programme.
London, Feb. 12���King Edward bas
sanctioned the official programme of
the ceremonial to be observed in the
House of Lords on Thursday. The
great officers of state and others will
assemble at the entrance of the House
ot Lords. The King will alight from
the state carriage and the procession
will move to tbe robing room aa follows:
Pursuivants, heralds, the King's
equerries, gentlemen usherfl, grooms-
in-waiting and officers of the household, flanked by the sergeant-at-arms,
the Lord Privy Seal, the Lord High
Chancellor, the Black Rod, the Garter
King-at-arms, the Earl Marshal, the
Lord Great Chamberlain, the sword of
state, carried by tbe Marquis of Londonderry, the King and Queen, respectively attended by the Master of the
Horse, the Lord Steward and the lords
and . ladies-in-waiting, followed by
the pages of honor, the captain of the
Yeomen of the Guard, Gold Stick, the
captain of the Gcntlemen-at-Arms,
Silver Stick-in-waiting, the field ofB-
cer-in-waiting, with officers, gentlemen-at-arms and Yeomen of the
Guard closing the procession.
After the King is robed, with the
Duke of Devonshire (Lord president
of the council) carrying the Imperial
crown, the procession will advance into the House of Lords. The Cap of
Maintenance being born before the
King on the right hund of the sword
of state. When the King is seated on
the throne, the Duke of Devonshire,
bearing the Cap of Maintenance, will
stand on the steps of tbe throne. On
the right of the King will be the Marquis of Londonderry, with the sword
of state on the left with the Lord
Steward. The other officers of the
household will arrange themselves an
each side of the throne, in rear of the
great officers of state. When the
King retires the procession will return
to the robing room and thence to the
stute carriage in the same order.
ASKED TO  COMMIT SUICIDE.
Chinese Emperor's Solution of the
Present Difficulty.
Pekin. Feb. 12. ���Prince Ching and
Li Hung Chang have received a long
despatch from the court which they
have not disclosed to the foreign envoys. It is understood to contain in
addition to the recent celebrated reform decree un account of how Emperor Kwung Su has sent a choice of
methods of suicide to all those named
for punishment by the envoys, closing
with tho inquiry whether Prince
Cbing and LI Hung Chang think the
envoys w ill be satisfied.
It Is understood that the Chinese
plenipotentiaries in their reply to the
court said the foreign envoys could
not ulij -ii strongly to an accomplished fact, but that they would probably
insist upon the sentence of execution
being published throughout the empire und possibly upon the heads of
these condemned being exhibited at
various points. It Is very seriously
doubted in Chinese circles here that
General Tung Fu Slang will agree to
commit suicide. The army worships
him. He has absolute control of the
Mohammedans mid is believed to* be
one blrntelf. He refused to allow the
disbandment of his 5,000 men and the
emperor ordered him from the court.
To attempt his execution, lt Is
thought In Chinese circles, might
mean civil wur. This morning, the
foreign envoys met and considered
the question of quarters for the legation guards. The matter of indemnities wus also mentioned, especially as
bearing upon the damage done
to the personal property of foreigners.
NEW DEPUTY   SPEAKER.
Ottawa,  Feb.   12.���Dr.   Macdonald,
M. P., East   Huron,   been  appointed
deputy speaker  of  the house of Coin*
mens. Nelson  Daily Miner, Wkdnesoav,   Februray 13, 1900
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doubt in the minds of governments i
their intentions.
Ontario iB going to be given an
opportunity of voting upon prohibition. This seems an innocent amusement.       ^������
The proposal to establish a railway
commission meets with favor in some
quarters. If one is appointed, the
question will at once be raised���who
will be appointed to watch it'.'
It never rains but it pours. Suffering from the ravages of a terrible
war. South Africa is now alrlicted by
n visitation of the bubonic plague,
the dread disease having obtained a
foothold in Capetown.
THE CHINESE QUESTION.
Mr. F. J. Deane; secretary to the
Chinese Commission, is making a tour
of the province collecting data to lay
before the commission at its approaching sessions If he finds any two opinions amongst the people of this province regarding the undesirablity of
Chinese as residents we shall be very
much surprised. The appointment of
a commission was an unnecessary
piece of work. The province's representatives in the federal house were
competent to lay lull and complete information before the government if
the latter wished to enact remedial
legislation. But commissions seem
a governmental weakness, so one was
appointed. It is to be hoped that
some good will result from its enquiries and deliberations. If the Lauriei
government wishes to act in accordance with the views of almost the
entire population of liritish Columbia
it will prohibit absolutely the immigration of Chinese and arrange to
kill off���if any legal way can be devised to accomplish that act���every
mother's son of the almond-eyed, pigtail wearers living at present in the
province. The Chinaman is a cursd to
any country inhabited hy white men.
He is a filthy, immoral piece of human machinery���not a man in the
sense in which the word is used
among civilized peoples. He lives like
a dog, contributes nothing towards
the upbuilding of the country and
poisons every community in which he
locates himself. But if he were absolutely perfect in bis moral conduct,
cleanly and law-abiding to the fullest
degree, he is nevertheless a curse to
the country. Why? Simply becuuse
he works at a rate of wage which
makes white competition impossible.
If tbe Chinaman were brought into direct competition with the white
man in all fields of labor, what would
happen the white man? He would
simply die. He could not live. That
assertion can be proved up to the
hilt. During the visit to the coast a
couple of years ago of one of the eastern Canadian Press associations, a
lady who was in the party said to a
gentleman with whom she was conversing: "I don't see why you people
out here arc opposed to the China
man. He is such a good servant,
works so cheaply and is so industrious. 1 don't see bow you could.gct
on without him." liy a very simple
argument the gentleman convinced
her that the Chinaman was a curse to
the country. He said: "Let us take
the case of a shoe factory In Montreal
or Toronto employing 200 men at,
say, $1.50 per dav. T'be foreman
walks in one Saturday, discharges ull
the men and tells them he has engaged
a number of Chinamen from the Pacific coast to do thoir work at 75 cents
per day. Would the white men have a
grievance against the Chinaman,and if
bo what is their remedy?" The lady
hasn't answered the question yet.
Tin- Chinaman is a curse to this
country. That sentence seems about
the strongest which can be written
in denunciation of him, therefore it is
repeated. The government must some
day rid tho country of that curse. If
they do not do it the people wbo
make and unmake governments will
do It for them. That is all there is
about it. Commissions may come and
commissions may go, but the question
will never be settled until the filthy
Mongolian is told to pack up bis kit
and "git." White men will stand
tramping on up to a certain limit, hut
when they see themselves robbed of
legitimate opportunity to labor so
that they may place bread in the
mouths of their wives nnd children,
there will be such action taken as will
engender a belief in the minds of the
legislators that the people have not
entirely surrendered their right to say
how they Bhall live.
This is perhaps strong language.
Well, the situation demands strong
language. The "Chinese question"
has been fooled with long enough, it,
Is being fooled witb now nnd will continue to be fooled with just so long as
the people of this country refrain from
expressing their  -fesllngs on the unit-
The Nanaimo Herald will commence publication us u daily on March
1st, It will be the first labor daily
in Canada. Nanaimo sadly needs a
good paper anil we wish the Herald
success in its new venture.
A correspondent suggests that The
Miner should include a "birth column" in its make-up. The Miner
promises to meet the requirements of
the community as speedily as tbey
present themselves, by the adoption of
new features.
Ceylon and India Tea
GREEN OR  BLACK.
Because of their PURITY and CLEANLINESS
British grown teas are becoming more popular every day.
Don't drink impure and doctored Japan or China tea any
longer. Insist that your grocer furnish you with the
delicious, palate-pleasing teas of
CEYLON   AND   INDIA,
Canadians are not generally regarded as a blood-thirsty race of people,
but that opinion will perhaps have to
be revised if recruiting for Baden-Powell's horse continues with such persistency as has been tbe case during
the past few weeks.
W, W. B. Melnnes, M. P. P., is on
record as saying that there will be no
change in the leadership of the Provincial opposition this session. Mr.
Melnnes don't know any more about
that than anyone else. It's always
the unexpected that happens.
Mining men will be interested in
the report which comes from the coast
to the effect that a very rich strike
has been made at the Lenora mine on
Mount Sicker, Vancouver Island. The
pioperty is situated within a Jew
rnileB of Victoria and is considered to
be very valuable.
The new board of police commis
sioners will shortly give consideration
to the question of uniforming the city
police. If this should not prove too
expensive a step it ought to be taken
at once. Nelson seems big enough
now to have her guardians of the
peace appear in uniform.
Provincial Health Officer Fagan bas
gone to Ottawa to lay before the government some information about the
danger which menaces the health of
people who eat Chinese vegetables.
Here's a chance for another commission���"Commission on Carrots" it
might be called. Applications^ for
the secretaryship should be forwarded
to Ottawa at once.
The proposal chat an Imperial conference of representatives from all the
Self-governing colonies and the mother
country should be held during the
present year in England is a very sensible one. The interests of all portions
of the Empire are now identical in so
many ways that it is highly important that a thorough understanding
should be arrived at.
His lloyal Highness the Duke of
York will sail from England about
the first of March for Australia. He
will probably extend his cruise to
Canada, touching first at Victoria.
The latter city is much excited over
this possibiltiy nnd is agitating for a
general clean-up. If nis Royal
Highness would see the most progressive city of its size in the whole of
Canada he should visit a town called
Nelson.situated in the Kootenay country, iu the province of British Columbia.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head office toronto,   ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to ti. Ix. LENNOX,   laker  St
Nelson.
TRUE AS LIFE.
Our pictures have all the charm of
the person. They are true as life,
yet without the faults of nature.
QUEEN STUDIO,
Baker Street.
Call and have
yonr eyes examined wh'le W. J.
Harvey, F.O.M C.
I., is with us. CrosB
eyes completely
Ftraiglitened without pain or an operation. Dr. Harvey has thousands
of testimonials
from leading- oili-
zeiiB throughout
Canada and the
United States who
have not only
been relieved, but
entirely dared,
after having suffered for years.
Every pail* of
spectacles sold
under a positive
guarantee. At H.
F. McLean's Drug
Store until Saturday, February 16.
Hours, 10 to 12
and 2 to 5.
YOU NEED
One of These
Whittaker's Almanac.
The    N. Y . Woi  Almanac.
Canadian Almanac.
New   Vork Clipper  Annual.
Office Diaries, 1901.
The Great Boer War. By
A. Corian Doyle. Cloth,
$1.50.
The Eldredge B. Sewing
Machine. (Ball Bearing.)
$30.00.'
r 'ikV-*�� jsV %��� & km- km- km- f J&'* kHx-M. 'kmy-'km- iHrkm, M.M. M-M*
ki��Sm**��.����l,I��AMmJTOJRmi^Mill
A STORM OF GOOD THINGS.
With plenty of our
nice, clean ware in
your kitchen, you will
find housework easy
and enjoyable. It lasts
for years, and is a
pleasure every day.
Besides, "things taste
so good" when they
are cooked in it.
M'LACHLAN  BROS.
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
K.-W.-C.  BLOCK.
The . .
Breadmaker
Is   as   much   interested
in our
Hungarian
Flour::
as the bread-winner.    There is sat
��� isfaction and economy in using it.
I r"-��<i',��.i->.i>>i��..i!��^��.t��>��-g��(a.i��.i��.iQ.i^.i*l--w.#w#^C
The Canadian Bank of Commerce II
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO.
Paid op  Capital,   88,00t),00O;   Reserve  Fund,   $2,ooo,0()0;
Vggregate Resources Over 8iif>.000,000.
HON. GEO. A. UOX, President,      B. S. WALKER, General Manager.
London OIHct.-: 6|�� Lombiiril Street, B. C.
New York OlUce; 16 Hxchange Place.
And 68 branches in Cunitilii iiiul Lite I"iiiiml States, Including-:
ni'ITISII COLUMBIA
Atlin Ghkknwiihi) NKLSON Saniion
Chanhkook        ICammiois Nbw Wkstminster  Vancouver
Fkknik Nanaimo Rossland Viotokia
Yukon DISTRIOT���Dawson and White Horse,
Unitii'.I) STATES���New Voiik, San FRANCISCO, sbattuc, Portland, Skagway,
Savings Bank Department.
DoimeUs Received nml Intoroit Allowed.  Present Rate 8 Per Cent
Nelson Branch.
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
**i..flii ***!��*> nEwd^1-1
Made of the best Manitoba wheat
and by the best  workmen,   insure
its quality  and  by   the  latest im
proved  methods which  insures its
cheapness.
Kirkpatrlck g  Wilson
HEATING  STOVES
For wood or hard or soft coal.
Ihe  largest   line  carried   by
uny firm In Canada.
COOKING STOVES
"Good   Cheer"   Ranges  and
Cook Stoves.    A complete line.
SOLE  AGENTS   FOR   THE   CELEBRATED
COLE'S   HOT  BLAST  HEATERS.
Call and be convinced tbat the only place to buy
Stoves  and   Ranges at  the  right prices  Is  the
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT.
Pursuant   to   the   "Creditors'   Trust
Deeds Act" nnd Amending Acts.
Notice is hereby given that George
Bremner, carrying- on business on
llaker street in the town of Cranbrook
in the Province of British Colum
bia, under the firm and style of
George Bremner & Son, as general
merchants, by deed of assignment for
the benefit of creditors, bearing date
of the 10th day of January, 1901, made
iu pursuance of the "Creditors' Trust
Deeds Act" and amending acts has
granted and assigned unto Robert Kd-
ward Sherlock, of Lethbridge, Alberta,
North West Territories, merchant, all
his personal estate,credits and effects,
whioh may be seized and sold under
execution and all his real estate, in
trust to pay the creditors of the said
George Bremner & Son, ratably and
proportionati ly their just claims without preference j priority according to
law.
The said deed of assignment was
executed by the said George liremner
and the said Robert Edward Sherlock on the 10     .'ay of January, 1001.
All persons h..ving claims against
the said George Bremner tit Son are
required to file wi'h the assignee full
particulars of their claims duly verified, and the nature of the securities if
any held by them, on or before the
2sth day of January,   A. D. 11)01.
And notice is hereby given that after tbe said 28th day of January, 1901,
the assignee will proceed to distribute
the assets of the estate among the
parties entitled thereto, having regard
to the claims only of whicli the assignee shall then have had notice, and
that the said asaignee will not be responsible for the assets, or any part
thereof, so distributed to any person
or persons, firm or corporation, of
whose debt or claim he shall not then
huve had notice.
A meeting of the creditors will be
held on Monday the 28th day of Jan-
uay, A. D. 1001, in the premises of
the Baid debtor, Baker street, Cranbrook, B. C , at the hour of two
o'clock in the nfternoon.
Dated at Cranbrook this 14th day
of January, A. D. 1901.
W. F. GURD,
Solic'trer for the Assigne.
HOTEL ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
RATES
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day Vi.oo.
J. V. O'LAUQHTJN, Prop.
About tbat second band article of
yours. You'll sell It If you'll adveu-
Use it in Tbe Minor want column,
UDSON'S BAV
jWCORPOIt* ��0��67iV
Great
Bargains
Still   going    at   the
Hudson's Bay Stores
DRESS GOODS
HOMESPUNS 54 inches wide in
various designs, in skirt-
lenj-ths. Regular price $8.50
now $5.
FANCY PLAIDS. Camel Hair Effects, the latest shades Regular price $2,00 per yard,   now
$������25-      fc
BLOUSES
3 dozen Black Sateen Blouses,
well made, beautifully tucked.
Regular price $1.50 and $1.75,
now $1 35.
2 dozen Mercerized Sateen Blouses,
the latest make, tucked. Regular price $2.50 now $2.00.
Please Call-  Examine and
be Convinced-
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Corner Baker and Stanley Street*
NELSON, B. C.
DRY ORES
Owners   having   claims  for
sale containing say
Less than 10 per cent Lead and
small Values Gold or Silver
are requested to forward particulars as to approximate
quantities of ore in sight, assay values, amount of development work done, transportation facilities, names of locations, etc., to
P.0.BOX,505,NESON.
B. C
LUijiber *.
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand oi
Eough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles,
Mouldings, Sash Doors.
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber.
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSOK
andliARLO.
HEADIOFFIOE:  NELSON.
J. A.~SAYWARD.
H.E.CROASDAILE
MINE & SHARE BROKER.
connissioN aoent.
P. O. Box 626. Canle Address: "Croasdalla "
Nelson.  Code-ivioroHiB ��Nmi!      '
Ib prepared to negotiate the Bale ot
developed mines. Hns arranged for
dealing In share, on the London and
Montreal Stock Exchiingfg. Share.
hoiiKbt and sold in London on man-fin.
Will take obanrs ol tbe interest, of
absentee inventors.
Offloe; Selous Block, Jfelson, B, 0.
Jid A LESSON FOR WIVES.
NELSON IDAILY   MINER. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY ij, i9oo
"II   J.   "g .��� ���     J HI II ���  ���   I    ���    j 	
WHY HUSBANDS ARE   NOT   ALWAYS
ABLE TO SAVE MONEY.
A Financial Agreement, In the Nature ot an Experiment, That Was
Sealed In Smiles and Not Lous After DUaolTed In Tears.
It was her private opinion that he was
cot a good business man, and possibly she
was right.
"I cau handle the family finances better than  you," she wns accustomed to
say, and she said it so often tbat he finally told her to try it.
"I'll have my personal account at the
bank put in your uame," he suid, "and
will proceed to stand from under.    All
hills, everything thnt pertains to our living expenses, shall be attended to by you.
I will draw a certain amount each week
for such personal expenses as lunches
and car fare, but you shall hare entire
charge of everything else."
Naturally she was jubilant. She hadn't
put in ton years telling him hew ht could
save money without getting the Idea that
she .knew something about it. It toek a
little time to have his book written up
and the account transferred to her, but
finally one evening he brought home a
nice little checkbook aud told her it was
all arranged.. Then ht instructed her in
the mysteries of drawing checks, warned
her not to overdraw tbe account and retired entirely from tht business management ef their joint affairs. Just about a
week later slit met him at the ollict late
one afternoon aud went to dinner with
him. They had a good dinner, just such
a dinner as they had had on prerious occasions when they had taken diuner together down town, and she enjoyed it
thoroughly until he pushed tht check for
It over to her.
"What's th'nt for?" slit asked.
"Pny It," he said.
"Well, I guest 1 won't do any such
thing," she returned warmly. "You pay
It yourself."
"1 haven't anything to do with It," he
Insisted. "You're the enshier. You've
started In to show me how to keep expenses down, and naturally you'll lind It
ns trick at all If 1 pay your bills. When
1 was making you an allowance for your
Incidental personal expenses, 1 never expected you to pay for dinners you took
with me, did IV"
She pnld. She felt that the was being
chentcd in some way, but she paid, and
then she suggested sarcastically that slit
supposed he would expect htr tt pay for
the theater tickets too.
"Certainly," he replied.
"Well, then, we won't go," tht laid.
"Just as you say," ht rtturned pleasantly.   "You're the financial manager."
The ride home wat not an especially
enjoyable one, although ht itemed to be
in excellent humor. She was Inclined tt
be morose, and ihe had not entirely recovered her equanimity when ht reached
home the following evening.
"A hill for a do-sen ihirts came todsy,"
she snid shortly. "1 don't stt why they
addressed It to me."
"1 charged them tt yon," ht explained.
"I'm not running any accounts these
days, you know.  Did you pay ItV"
"No, 1 didn't, and 1 won't."
"Oh, you'd better," ha urged.
"Well, I won't," sh�� aniwereil decidedly.
"You wouldn't have your poor husband
sued by a haberdasher, would you7" ke
naked.  "Just think how lt would look."
"Well, how da you luppost I am going
to save money if I hav* to keep paying it
out like this?" she demanded.
"1 could have saved money myself if I
hadn't had to buy for both of ns," he
answered.
"Well, It Isn't fair; that's all I can
say," she exclaimed, but she paid the
bill, although she did It under protest.
Things went along with comparative
smoothness for a few dsys after this,
and then one morning one ef the children asked for 98 cents to get a school-
book.
"do to your mother," was the reply of
the man who had abdicated as the head
of the house.
"But 1 haven't any change," she pretested.
"A cashier should make It a point always;* to hate change," he tald. "You
surely can't expect me to buy the children's schoolbooki out ot my pocktt
inoneji."
Sho snid he was a mean thing, but she
had to gtt the change. The following
Sunday they all went to take dinner with
a relative in another part ef tht city, and
she had to pay the street car fart on two
lines of cart for tht wholt family. Then
one night when they were caught out iu
the rain sht had to pay for the carriage
that brought them home, uud she remarked rather bitterly that money just seemed
to melt away. He admitted that ha had
had somewhat that same experience with
It when he was handling the cash. After
that she paid tbe bills for two morning
paper* that he took, for cleauing and
pressing a suit of clothes, for a new hat,
for four neckties aad for two palri of
rubbers that ihe thoughtlessly asked him
tit get for tht children.
In time tht begaa to brood aver these
matters. It seemed to her aa If ht were
always asking for money In trifling
amounts to pay for things that tht had
never been bothered about before or elst
was bringing home bills. And somehow
In some ways ht did not seem to be as attentive as he had been formerly. St It
happened that one night he found her tn
the verge of tears.
"You used to bring me home flowers
occasionally," she said, "and you never
used to let me go out anywhere without
them, nnd���and���and when we went to
the Browns for dinner night before last 1
wns the'only woman there without a corsage bouquet or a flower in her hair. You
don't know how badly 1 felt, but I was
too proud to say anything about It."
"Why, my.dear," he protested, "1 didn't
know you wanted nny flowers."
"You know I always like flowers," she
retorted. "I'm passionately fond of them,
nnd���and-you've never forgotten thnt before."
"But you didn't give mc nny money to
get tkeni with," he explained, "and I
didn't feel like charging them tn you."
For a minute there wns doubt ns to
whether ii would be tenr,s or flashing
eyes. . Thon she went over to her little
desk, picked up her checkbook and threw
It on the floor at his feet.
"Take your old checkbook!" she exclaimed. "I don't want to have anything to do with It I don't want to nian-
a?e nnytiing"~
"Except me," he pnt In.
And  tbe next  nlgbt  he brought her .
home a fins large bouquet of roses.���Ne* j
THE   MINER'S  WANT  PAGE
HUNTING GIRAFFES.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Advertisements Inserted nnder tola head at
the rate of ono cent a word per Insertion. No
odvertlsoment taken for less than 25 cent*.
Situation Wanted advertisement* inserted
thi co times free of charge.
FOR   RUNT.���Cellar.    Apply     Royal
Hunk of Canada.
FOR SALE.���120 acres of first-class
agricultural ana garden land, 12
miles from Nelson on Kootenay Lake.
Will sell In 10, 20 or 40 acre tracts,
l'rice nnd terms reasonable. Apply
or address, A. F. Rosenberger, Room
4, K.-W.-C. Block, Nleson.
FOR SALE.���Second   hand   piano  In
good   order.    Will be  tuned  before
delivery.    Apply R. W. Day,   Turner-
Boeck block.
FOR SALE.���Lot on   Vernon   street,
bringing   in   ground   rent   of (25 a
month, 82000.    Apply R.   W. Day.
MAPS OF BOUNDARY COUNTRY.���
Randolph Stewart's new map, showing all surveyed mineral claims. 81.50
each.    R.     W.     Day,      Turner-Boeck
block. .
ROOMS   TO   LET.���Clement-Hillyer
block.    Apply  Tramway   company's
office.
WANTED
WANTED.���Situation    by   man  and
wife, to   cook for a   camp, (experienced),   apply F. W., Miner office.
HELP WANTED.-We must have at
once a number of reliable persons
and families in this locality to work
for us whole or spare time, good
wages paid. No canvassing. Write
for position today. People's Syndicate, Dept. A., 130 Yonge St., Toronto, Ont.
WANTED.���The   reader to know that
if he   reads   this,   other people will
read his ad, in tbia column.
WANTED.���A stenographer of experience���Address K-2, Miner Office.
MISCELLANEOUS     WHOLESALE
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE is
the only place in British Columbia
where prospectors can exhibit samples
of their ore to the miaing public. No
charges made for exhibiting your ore,
and listing vour propeity. Room 4,
K.-W.-C. Block, Nelson, B. C. Phone
104.
ALL ACCOUNTS owed to Miss McMil[
lan must be settled at once or  they
will be given   to a collector,   aB  Mil a
McMillan is leaving the city.
FIRST-CLASS   Room and   Board,   in
private  family,   reasonable   terras.
Apply on Silica street, two doots west
of Ward.
FOR   SALE.���Two     Smith-Premiers,
one Densmore, one Empire, good condition.    Apply   W. L. T., C. r\R. Telegraph office.
FOR SALE.���Any amount of space in
this   column.   It   always brings results
TYPEWRITER For Sale.���Williams'
machine, visible writing, neat type,
fast work, convenient case, only in
light use for short time, good value
at 850, will take 830 cash. Can be
examined at Miner office.
FOR SALE���A new house., ten rooms,
very convenient, with all modern Improvements.   Apply A. E. Clarke, corner of Stanley and" Carbonate   Street.
FOR RENT.���All modern house. Good
location.  Furnished or unfurnished.
Address A 2, Miner Office.
FOR SALE.���House and lot on   Silica
street, $2,000.    All modern Improvements.   Address A-l, Miner Office.
FOR SALE���Second hand safe. Cheap.
Apply J. J.  Walkei, jeweler.
WANTED
8100,000.00.���I want a GOLD mine
netting $100,000.00 annually. Free
milling gold properties wanted. Send
price, terms, full report, etc., to Andrew F. Rosenberger. Nelson, B.
C, Room 4, K.-W.-C. Block. Phone
104.
WANTED.���Employment hy   business
man with 20 years' experience.    Address Joseph Jones, Miner Office.
WANTED.���Every   man    or    woman
who wants   anything, to make tbat
want known In this   column.    A Miner want ad always brings result.
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Is there anything you want?
If there is, make that want
known through The Miner's
Want Page and you will get
it. A Miner want ad. always
brings results.
HELP WANTED.���The  Miner  wants
you to help swell   this  column.   A
Miner want ad. always brings results.
LOST.���A fountain pen.    Finder will
obligi by leaving same at this office.
WANTED.���A   few  first  class  stone
masons   and   stonecutters   on    the
Robson  bridge.   Union   wages  paid.
Apply at the work.    John Gunn.	
WANTED.���A girl for general housework.    Apply   Mrs. Sawyer on Mill
street.
MISCELLA NEOU3
CHILDREN'S CLOTHES���Fancy work
and masquerade costumes made and
rented.    Green's    tenement   in  alley
between Josephine and Hall.
TRAINED NURSE  open   to  engagements.   Mrs. Seton, Silica Street.
DO YOU   need   an experienced Bookkeeper   and    stenographer.     Write
W., Miner office.
PRIVATE rooms and   board.    Heated
throughout.     Use  of   batb.    Apply
Mrs. Reilly, one door above Postoffice.
About that second hand artiele of
yours. You'll sell it if you'll advertise
it in Tbe Miner want column.
REMOVAL
DR. MORRISON, Dentist, has removed to his new offices in the
K.-W.-C. Block.
HOUSES
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
'pUOUPK et CO. jJuiltod-Cortor Vernon
A. aud Ctxlur Streets, Nelson���Alu.niiluclu.r-
era of and wholesale dealers in aerated waters
and fruit syrups. Bole agonui for Halcyon Hoi
jjpringH minora! water.   Telephone (KJ.
XTKLSON SODA WATUU . FACTOltV-
1*1 N. M. Cummins, Lessoo -Kverj kuowi.
variety of soft driukB. P O Uox 88. Teleuhoni
No. 31. Hoover street, Nelson, ilottleru of tin
iiUiioiiH si. Leon Hot t-SiirlngH Mineral Water
ARCHITECTS
C1ANK et MACUONALU |H. Cane, Jamet
j A. Macdonald)���Architects and superiu
lendenu, Broken Hill Hlock, coiner Huker ami
Word Streets, Aelson.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
HJ. KVANS & CO.-Baker Street, Nel-
��� eon��� VV holesale dealers iu liquors, ni-
gar-a, oement, lire brick and lire clay, Wutui
uipe and stool roils, and general coniuiibuioi
uiorcttiinis.
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
BRACKMAN-KBK MILLINU CO., L/T1J.
Wholesale and retail dealers in grain,
hoy, flour, feed. Mills at Victoria, New West
minuter; Edmonton, Alto, Suovtnors ou i.ul
gory and Edmonton Railway. Manufacturer
of the celebrated H. Bt K. brand cereals.
GROCERIES
A MACUONALU & Co.���Corner Fron
��� and Hall streets���Wholesale grocer,
and jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, bout*.
rubbers, maekinawH and miners' sundries.
LUMBER
���VTULSON  SAW AND  PLANING MILL-
JL1    Office oorner Hall and  front Streets,
Nelson���Lumber, ceiling, flooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes.   Uet oui
prices.   Correspondence solicited.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
P   BURNS et Co.-Baker Street, Nelson-
���   Wholesalo dealers iu fresh and cured
meato.   Cold Storage.
WEST   KOOTENAV    BUTCHER   CO.-
Baker Street. Nelson���Wholesale dealers in fredh and cured meats.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO - Baker
Street, Nelson ��� Wholesale it snlais in
hardware, miners' supplies, sporting gondii
oto.
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Vancouver Hardware Co, Ltd.) Baker Street,
Nelson���Wholesale dealers in hardware ana
mining supplies, pluiuhurs' and tinsmiths' sup
piles.
NELSON   HARDWARE   CO.��� Wholesale
paints, oils and glsss; mechanics' tools.
Agents for Ontario Powder Works; dynamite
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rilURNER, BEETON & Co.-Cornor Vernon
X and Josephine Streets, Nelson���Whcle
salo dealers tn liquors, cigars, and dry goods
Agents for Pabst Brewing Co, of Milwaukei
and Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.
HUDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholesalo grocorle-
and liquors etc., Baker Street, Nelson.
in ALIFOHNIA WINK CO., Limttcd-Cornei
\J Fro*xt and Hall Streets, Nelson���Whole
sale dealers n wines (cose and bulk), anc
domestic and Imported olgars.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & FRUIT!?
JY. GRIFFIN & CO.-Corner Vernon and
���   Josephine Streets, Nelson ��� Wholesale
dealers In provision ��   ured ae ts, butter and
AUCTION SALE
��� ��� .v/r.����
BlOGK.
Baker Street.Nelson,
B. C.
Lot 12 in Block 2, in the City of Nelson,
with stone and brick block thereon, commonly known as the Houston Block. Said
lot having- a frontage of 50 feet on Baker
Street and a frontage of 120 feet on Jose
phine Street, with 16 foot lane at rear, will
be Sold by Public Auction subject to a reserve bid, on Monday, the 18th Day ol
February A. D. 1001, at the hour of two
o'clock in the afternoon sharp, on the Northeast corner of Josephine and Baker Sts.,
Nelson, B. C.
Terms: $5,000 cash at time of sale,
one-half of balance of purchase price on or
before 30 days from date of sale, and other
one-half of said balance, on or before 60
days from date of sale.
All rents and other earnings of said
property will be received by vendors until
full purchase price is paid. Further terms
and conditions will be made known at time
of sale or upon application to
CHAS. A. WATERMAN b CO.
Auctioneers. Nelson, B. C.
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A Snap! Por Sale, $2000 Cash
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RIVERSIDE   RANCH
gj4 miles from Nelson, on Kootenay River; 77^
acres; */, mile river frontage; 8 acres cleared; good
garden; apple trees bearing (10); strawberries and
other small fruit; 6 buildings; good house, stable,
barn, root house; large hennery and runway; line
fenced; plenty of timber; creek; light wagon, and
rough timber. Also household effects���cook stove,
bedding, carpets, etc., and a quantity of carpenter's
tools. Large float, and when in place steamers will
stop in front of house.    Clear title.
AiiaSiiii
R. W. DAY, - - - Agent.
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The Royal Bank of Canada.
Incorporated 1869.
Capital Authorised,
VS.OOO.OM.OO
.    .   $3,000,000,00 1 Capital raid-up,    .
���est,    .    .    .    .    .   .   s>t,i����,o��o.eo
Board of Directors     Thomas E. Kenny, President;  Thomas Ritchie, Vice-President
Wiley Smith, H. O. Bauld, Hon. David MaoKeen.
Head Offlee, Halifax I
General Manager, Kdson L. Pease, Montreal.
' Superintendent ot Branches, and Secretary, W. B. Torraneo, Halifax.
Branches'!
Quebec���Montroal    (City    Office),   Montreal
Neva SceUa-HalUax Branch, Antlgonlsh,
Brldgewater, Onysboro. Londonderry, Lunenburg. Maltland (Hants Co.), Pictou, Port
Hawkesbnry, Sydney. Shubenacadle.Truro,
Weymouth.
New Braasvrlek ��� Bathurst, Dorchester,
Fredericton, Kingston (Kent Co.),
ton, Newcastle, Sookvllle, St, John,Woodstock*
P. E. Island���Chorlottotowa, Summer-aide.
West End (Cor. Notre Dame and Seigneurs Streets); Westmount (Cor. Greene
Avenue and St. Catharines Street.
Ontario���Ottawa.
Nevrfonndland���St. John's.
Cuba, West Indies���Havana.
United states���New York (16 Exchange Place
Republic, Wash.
BKANOHLES IN BBIT1SH COLUMBIA.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson,   Hossland,   Vancouver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria.
Cerreapondenlat
Canada-MerohantR-Rank ot Canada.   Boston- National Shawmut IBank.  Chicago��� Illinois
Trnst and Savings Bank.   San Francisco���F-j-st National Bank.   London, Eng.-Bank  of
Scotland.   ParU, France���Credit Lyonnals.   Bernanda-Bank of Bermuda.   China and Japan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Spokane-Old National Bank.
dentinl Busking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange Bought
and Sold, Latter* ot Credit, Etc, Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.    Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that in virtue of the Act of the
Dominion Parliament, 63 and 64 Victoria, Chapter 103
and Chapter 104, the name of
THE   MERCHANTS'   BANK   OF   HALIFAX
will  be changed to
"tlbe IRoffd Bank of Canaba"
from and after
the  Second  day of  January,  1901.
E. L. PEASE,
General Manager.
Halifax. 1st November, 1900.
We  must  have room  for  our  Spring  Stock  of
WALL   PAPER
and in order to do so we will give special quotations for the
for the next 30 days.    We have the finest line of
Picture Framing; and Room Moulding in the City
Sign Painting and Interior Decorating a Specialty
F. J. BRADLEY & CO.
Josephine   Street,       -       *       Opposite   Clarke    Hotel.
No Danger Attends This lp*srf Kz.
������������Ill From tbe Aaimal'a llcela.
A Rood giraffe skin is worth from $10
to $20 in South Africa and much mors iu
Bui-ope. On their hunting trips 10 or 13
rears ago it was a common matter for
oue banter to kill 40 or 50 of thess graceful animals in one dny. The reason for
this is that the giraffe is the most innocent of animals and easily hunted. They
are absolutely defenseless, and there is
hardly u case on record where a wounded
���tirade, turned upon the hunter. It Is
true, they have great powers of speed,
and they can dodge rapidly from tree to
tree iu the woods, hut they offer such a
fair mark that these tactics hardly ever
save them.
Not until It Is unusually frightened
docs the cjrnffe make its best speed, aud
then it Is often too late, for the hunter
is upon It. There is really no element
of danger connected with this sport,
and that makes lt less exciting and attractive to a true sportsman. Under certain circumstances it is possible to be Injured with the powerful legs of the giraffe, which are capable of kicking a
blow that would kill a lion. The latter
beast, fur this reason, takes good care to
attack the giraffe at unexpected mo-
tnents.
It takes a good horse to run down a giraffe, and if the least advantage is permitted the wild creature the race is lost
Its peculiar gait is very ungraceful and
deceptive, but it covers the ground with
remarkable facility. In the open veldt
the hunters have always the best of the
race, but tha giraffe, when surprised,
makes instantly for the forest, where
tough vines and Intermingling branches
make travel difficult for the hunter. The
bushes and thorns tear and lacerate the
skin of the horses, but the tough skin et
the giraffe is barely scratched. Tht
creature will tear a path through the
toughest and thickest jungle and never
suffer ia the least.
This skin, or hide, of the animal Is Its
chief article of value. No wonder that
the bullets often fall to penetrate this
skin, for it Is from three-quarters to an
Inch thick and as tough as it is thick.
This skin when cured and tanned makes
excellent leather for certain purposes.
The Boers mal-.e riding whips and sandals out of the skins they do not send te
Europe. The bones ot the giraffe have
also a commercial value. The leg bones
are solid Instead of hollow, and in Europe they are in great demand for manufacturing buttons and other bone articles. The tendons of the giraffe are so
strong that they will sustain an enormous dead weight, which gives to them
pecuniary value.���Scientific American.
STRANGELY ILLUMINATED.
Weird Effect of Phosphorescence) ���>
a Ship In Bering Sen.
"I have often beard of the wonderful
phosphorescence of southern sens," remarked a traveler from the north, "and
I have seen some pretty fair samples of
it in the Atlantic between New York and
English ports, but I did not know until
recently thnt It prevailed to any extent
in northern waters.
"Last August 1 was on board a revenue cutter in the Bering sea, about 63
degrees north latitude, bound north,
when one night about 10 o'clock I happened to go on deck, nnd I was almost
frightened by the sight of the sea. Tbe
wind was blowing sharp enough te'raise
tho whitecaps, and the whole sea looked as if it wero lighted from its depths
by a million arc lights, throwing their
whito rays upward and under the flying
foam. The hollows of tho waves were
dark, but every crest that broke showered and sparkled as if it were filled with
light. From the sides of the ship great
rolls of broken white light fell away, and
she left a brpnd pathway of silvery foam
as far back as the eye could reach.
"But about this hour was the most
striking display. Here It was as if tbe
ship were plowing through tbe sea ot
white light, and as the water was
thrown back from ber prow It fell in glittering piles of light upon the dark surface beyond aud was driven far down below, lighting the depths as if all the electricity of the ocean were shooting its
sparkles through the wares and turning
itself Into innumerable incandescents
that flashed a second and then shut out
forever. I stood on the forecastle deck
looking down into tho brilliant white turmoil of the waters until I began to feel
as if we were afloat upon some silver
sea, and a really uncanny feeling took
possession of me. The white ship was
lighted by the phosphorescence of the
waters, so that as high up as the deck
there was a pale, weird white that made
one feel as if the 'Flying Dutchman'
were abroad upon the seas and had passed by us. The masts towered in ashy
gray above the decks, and every rope and
line stood out distinctly in the light, but
cast no shallow. It was all as ghosUy
as if we had gone up against the real
thing, and it was a positive relief to get
back into tho wardroom, where there was
something more human. I don't know
how long It lasted, but when I went to
bed at 11 o'clock I co Id still see the silver shining through the air port In my
stateroom."���Washington Star.
They Knew Faith.
A teacher, wishing to impress upon tht
the minds of her pupils the full nature
of faith, took them one day to the riverside and, seeing a boat in the middle of
the stream, said:
Now, my little dears, If I were to tell
you that there wns a leg of mutton In
that boat, would you believe me?"
"Yes."
"Well, then," she said, "that is faith."
Some time after the same children
were going through an examination when
the question was asked, "What is faith?"
and all the class, as with one voice,
shouted out, "A leg of mutton in ���
boatl"
To Real a Cot.
There is nothing better for a cut thnn
powdered rosin. Get a few cents' worth,
pound It until it Is quite fine, put in a
cast off spice, box with perforated top;
then you can easily sift It on the cut.
Put a soft cloth around the injured member and wet with water occasionally. It
will prevent inflammation.
Both Relieve*).
"Can you forgive mo and love mt
still," snid the newly made bride "when
I confess tbnt'my teeth are artificial?"
"Thank heaven!" cried the groom as
he snntched off his wig. "Now I can cool
my head."
The pupil of the eye is so called because when looking in lt a very small
image of tbe observer may be seen; benct
tbe term, from tbs Latin "pupillut," of
little pupil,
=-*f NELSON  BA1LY MJNEP, WEDNESOAV,  FEBRUARV ij, i��0��
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a ��� ���
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
NELSON.
(BY-LAW NO. 87.)
A Bydaw to raise 179,000 for tbe purpose of paying off   advance made by
Bank   of   Montreal   on   Debentures
hypothecated.
WHEREAS By-laws Nob. 08, no, 70,
71, and 73 of the by-laws of the City
of Nelson being respectively a by law
to raise $15,0011.00 to" extend the water
works system,a bylaw to raise 81.1,000.-
00 to extend and improve the electric
light system,a hy-law to raise $:.'0,000.-
00 to extend flic sewerage system,a bylaw to raise 820,000.00 to improve the
streets within the City of Nelson and
a by luw to raise 80,ono.00 for purchasing a rouit making plant were duly
passi-il, and debentures issued thereunder for the respective sums mentioned in suid by-laws in nil tne sum
of 97(1,000.00, but saiil debentures so
issuer! remain unsold.
And whereas said debentures so
issued nnd unsold were hypothecated
to the Hunk of Montreal as security
for an advance thereon of 870,000 for
the purposes in the said by-laws recited.
And whereas a petition has been
presented to the Municipal council of
the corporation of the Citv of Nelson, signed by the owners of at least
one-tenth of the value of the property
in the said city, as shown hy the last
revised assessment roll, requesting
the said council to Introduce a by-law
to raise the sum of seventy-nine thousand ($70, 000 bOIdolluis forthe purposes
of paying off the indebtedness to the
Bank of Montreal and interest thereon
for whicli said debentures are so
hypothecated ���
And whereas it is deemed expedient
to borrow the sum of seventy-nine
thousand (870.000.00) dollars (which is
the amount of the debt Intended to be
created hy this by-law) for tbe purposes aforesaid.
Arid whereas, the amount of the
whole rateable real property of the
said city, according to the last revised assessment roll, is two million,
sixty-flve thousand, four hundred
($-1,0(15,400.00) dollars.
And whereas, it will be necessary to
ra.se annually by rate the sum of
(80794.Qu) dollars for paying the said
debt and interest.
Now, therefore, the Municipal council of the corporation of the City of
Nelson in council assembled, enacts
as follows:
1. It shall nnd may be lawful for
the mayor of the corporation of the
City of Nelson to borrow, upon the
credit of the said corporation, by way
of debentures hereinafter mentioned,
from any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate, who may be willing
to advance' the same ns a loan, a sum
of money not exceeding on the whole
the su*n Of seventy-nine
thousand (870,000.00) dollars, and to
cause all such sums so raised or received to be paid into the hands of
the treasurer of the said corporation,
for the purpose and with the object
hereinbefore recited.
2. It shall he lawful for the mayor
of tbe said corporation to cause any
number of debentures to be made, executed nnd issued for such sum or
sums as may be required for the purpose and object aforesaid, not exceeding, however, the sum of seventy-nine
thousand (879,000.00)dollars-each of tbe
said debentures being of tbe denomination ot one thousand(81000 0o)dollars
and all such debentures shall be sealed with the seal of the corporation
and signed by the mayor thereof.
3. The said debentures shall bear
date the first day of April, A. D.
1901, and shall be made payable in 20
years from the said date, in lawful
money of Canada, at the office Of the
Bank of Montreal in Nelson aforesaid,
which said place of payment shall be
designated by the said debentures,and
shall have attached to the coupons
for the payment of interest, and the
signatures to the interest coupons may
be either Written, stamped, printed or
lithographed.
4. The said debentures shall bear
Interest at the rate of five per cent per
annum from the date thereof, which
interest shall be payable semi-annually at the said office of the Bank of
Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, in lawful money of Canada, on the first day of
April and the first day of October
respectively, in each year during the
currency thereof, nnd shall be expressed in Baid debentures and coupons to
be so nayable.
5. TrT shall be lnwful for the mayor
of said corporation to negotiate and
sell the said debentures or any of
them for less than par; but in no case
shall the Raid debentures or any of
them be negotiated or sold for less
than ninety-five per centum of their
face value, including the cost of negotiating and sale, brokerage and other
Incidental expenses.
0. There shall be raised and levied
in each year during the currency of
said debentures the sum of thirty-
nine hundred and fifty dollars($3,950. -
00)for ftie payment of interest and the
sum of twenty-eight hundred and forty four dollars (82,844.00) forthe payment of tho debt due under the said
debentures by a rate sufficient therefor on all the rateable land in the
said municipality.
7. It shall be lawful for the Bnid
municipnl council to re-purchase any
of the said debentures upon such
terms as mny be agreed upon with the
legal holder or holders thereof, or
any part thereof, either at the time
of sale or any subsequent time or
times, and a;l debentures so re-purchased Bhall forthwith be cancelled
and destroyed, and no re-issues of
debentures So repurchased shall be
made in consequence of Bnch re-purchase. '
8. This bylaw shall take effect on
the date   of the final passage thereof.
Done   and   passed   in council at the
City of Nelson on the        day of
, A. D.  1901.
NOTICE
Take notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed by-law upon
which the vote of the electors of the
Municipality will betaken: Forthe
East Ward at the City Police court,
on the east side of Josephine street,
between Baker and Victoria.streets;
for the West Ward at the office of
Ward Brothers, on the north side of
Baker street, between Stanley and
Kootenay streets, in the City of Nelaon, on Tuesday, tbe nineteenth day
of  February,   instant,  between   the
hours of  8 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock
p. in.
J. K. STRACHAN,
City Clerk.
Nelson, B. C, February 5th, 1901.
CORPORATION OF THE G4TY OF
NELSON.
(BY LAW NO 88.)
A By-law to raise 821.000 to pay over
druft due the  Bank of Montreal and
accumulated interest.
WHEREAS, a petition haB been presented to the said Municipal council
of the corporation of the City of Nelson signed by the ownerB of at least
one-tenth of the value of the real
property in the said city, as shown by.
the last revised assessment roll, requesting the said council to introduce
a by-law to raise the sum of ttyenty-
one thousand($21,000.00)dollars for the
purpose of paying off the indebtedness
due by the City of Nelson of the Bank
of Montreal by way of overdraft and
accumulated interest.
Whereas, it Is deemed expedient to
borrow the snid sum of twenty-one
thousand ($21,000.00) dollars (which la
the amount of the debt intended to be
created by this by-law) for the purposes aforesaid.
And whereas, the amount Of tbe
whole rateable, real property of the
snid city, according to the last revised
assessment roll is two million, sixty-
five thousand, four hundred (8-,0115,-
400.00) dollars.
And Whereas, it will be necessary
to raise annually by rate the sum of
$1,800.00 for paying the said debt and
interest.
Now, therefore, the Municipal Council of the corporation of the City of
Nelson in coui.cll assembled, enacts as
follows:
1. It shall and may be lawful for
the mayor of the coiporation of the
City of Nel-.ou to borrow, upon the
credit of the said corporation, by way
of debentures hereinafter mentioned,
from any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate, who may be willing
to advance the same as a loan, a sum
of money not exceeding the whole,
the sum of twenty-one thousand (821,-
000.00) dollais.and to cause all sums so
raised or received to be paid Into the
hands of the treasurer of tbe said corporal inn, for the purpose and with
the object hereinbefore recited.
2. lt shall be lawful for ihe mayor
of the said corporation to cause any
number of debentures to be made, executed and issued for sush sum. or
sums as may be required for the purpose and obiect aforesaid, not exceeding, however, the sum of twenty-pne
thousand ($21,000.00)dollars-each! of tbe
said debentures of the denomination
of one thousand dollars(81,000.00) and
all such debentures shall be sealed
with the seal of the corporation and
signed by the mayor thereof.
:i. The said debentures shall bear
date the first day of April, A. t>.
1901, aud shall be made payable in 20
years from the said date, in lawful
money of Canada, at the office of the
Bank of Montreal in Nelson aforesaid,
which said place of payment shall be
designated by the said debentures,
and shall have attached to them coupons for the payment ot interest, and
the signatures to the interest coupons
may be either written,stamped, printed or lithographed.
4. The said debentures shall bear
interest at the rate of five per centum
per annum from the date thereOt,
which interest shall be payable ��rjoi-
nnnunlly at the said office Ot the Bank
of .Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, in
lawful money of Canada, on the 1st
day of April and the 1st day of October respectively, in each year during the currency thereof, and shall be
expiessed in said debentures and cou
pons tn be so payable,
5. It shall be lawful for the mayor
of said corporation to negotiate and
sell the said debentures or any of
tliem for less tban par; but in no case
ahull the said debentures or' any of
them   be   negotiated   or  sold for less
han ninety-five per centum of tfteir
tace value, including the cost ol ne-
gotinting and ssle, brokerage and
other incidental expenses.
6. There shall be raised and revrOrT
in each year during the currency 'of
said debentures the sum of ten hundred and fifty dollars, (81,050.00)lor the
payment ot interest and the sum. of
seven hundred and Hfty-six ($758.00)
dollars for the payment of the
debt due under the Baid debentures
by a rate sufficient therefor on all the
rateable land in said municipality..
7. It shall be lawful for the said
Municipal council to re-purchase any
of the aaid debentures upon such
terms as may be agreed upon with the
legal holder or holders thereof, or any
part thereof, either at tbe time df sale
or any subsequent time or times, and
all debentures so re-purchased shall
forthwith be cancelled and destroyed,
and no re-issue of debentures ��o repurchased shall be made in consequence of such re-purchase,
8. This by-law shall take effect on
the   day of the final   passage thereof,
Done and passed in Council at the
City of Nelson on the day of
, A. D. laoi.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a.frne
copy of the proposed by-law upon
which the vote of the electors .of the
Municipality will betaken: Forthe
East Ward at the City Police court,
ou the east side of Josephine street,
between Baker and Victoria streets;
for the West Ward at the office'fif
Ward Brothers on the north side of
Baker Btreet, between Stanley and
Kootenay streets, in the City of Nelson, on Tuesday, the nineteenth day
of February, between the hours of 8
o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m.
J. K. STRACHAN,
City Clerk,
Nelson, B. C, February 5th, 19b"l.
LOVt AND POVr-HTY.
i'tia rcaaa hlpom rounil my dwelling place,
Yot poor la my home und sinall;
dud* la little ol beauty and little of gran,
But lore Irna enshrined It alt;
There .toll and trouble .have often met,
And llfo baa limn lull ot care;
With (ears, Dlttcf 4eam, hav,' mine eyes been wet
With a Borrow that none coulil aliare,
But aweet, very aweet, la my home to me
Since lova kaa o'erahadowed my poverty.
tn the twlllajht. dim, when the day la o'er
And the Run' lo the weat slnka low,
I etand and wait by the open door
For a welcome atep I know.
Two eyee will ahlne with the lovellght gleam
Aa, till bitterness overpast,
Tha carea ol the day will forgotten aeero
When ray love cornea home et lust.
Oh, happy, thrice happy, thu hour ahall be
That brio-rath my love to bis home and met
I dwell In a home that la poor and low,
Vet riches 1 have to spare.
Tbat home la the dearest my heart can know.
Since |ova baa a dwelling there.
Though loll Is weary and hard tha fight,
Our hearts mint be richly blest,
rdr love will ahlne aa a beacon light
To bring ut peace and rest.
Ob, rich, passing rich, la my lot to me
Since lova bas o'erahadowed my poverty I
���London Lady.
4
GAMBLE & O'REILLY
Baker Street.
k ul Estate and insurance Agents.
FOR SALE
Three lots and bungalow, 5 rooms
and bathroom, with all modern improvements, electric light fijetm-es
complete, good locality, good vle.W.
Situation, Hoover Street, near Josephine.    Easy tertrs.
Lot fi, Block 5, Bogustown, with 5-
roouied house, new, 8950.
Mill Street���Lot and 6-roomed house
with bathroom, modern conveniences,
plumbing complete, $1900: ti rent for
835 per month.
*'A tisitor, Jabes."
did Farmer Smith rose from tbe dinner table and picked up bis bat from
the aide of the cbnlr.
'������{Ho is it, wife?" he asked.
"A young man," she replied.
Th�� farmer's lip set tight as be wit
nessed a glance which passed between
his wife and his daughter.
'1 tinderstand," he said severely, with
| determined look at the anxious face of
tha girl���"tbat London chap, Leslie
Austin."
"Yes, father," she replied.
''I'll settle his business for bim." And
Farmer Smith strode into the parlor, his
besv-r boots sounding a deathknel! to the
taint hopes in tbe sinking henrt of pretty, winsome Alice Smith. "So you're
here again, chV"
The brusque Interrogatory did not seem
to crush tbe courteous, huudsome young
main, Who arose snd faced tbe farmer.
"Tea. Mr. Smith," wns his reply.
"And oo tbe same old errand, I sup-
poser'
''Yes, sir. I came to ask your con-
seqt"-
'<You can't have It!" interrupted Farmer Smith savagely. "Alice ain't going
to niarry you or anybody else just yet."
"But titae"-r-
"You've beard me, Mr. Leslie Austin.
You can't bave my daughter."
"I love her, Mr. Smith."
"Nonsense! She's too yonng to know
her own mind., 1 have said my say, and
the harvest bands are waiting. Good
day, sir!''
tinder such determined resistance Leslie Austin retreated. He bit bis lips nn-
grHy as he walked rapidly down the
road te the village hotel.
''it's. |i fikame," decided his friend, Bob
Townsend, as he heard the disappointed
lover's story.
"We think so much of each other,"
murmured Leslie mournfully.
"You ain't going to give up tbis way,
are you?" asked Bob.
Leslie looked up inquiringly.
'<What else can I do?" he asked.
"Marry her," said Bob.
"Her father won't consent."
"Suppose ho don't."
Leslie started, but shook his head
slowly.
"1 know what you're hitting at, Bob���
an elopement."'
"��Yorj'te right."
"But ft could not be."
"Why sot?"
"Because Alice is bound, to obey her
father, and 1 am, too, for that matter."
Bob scowled impatiently.
"Nonsense!" he aspirated angrily.
"See her*, Leslie. If you were the irresponsible ehnp old Smltb thinks you, I'd
hesitate, but you ain't. You're an honest, -w"ell to do lawyer, respectably connected and only laboring under a prejudice on the farmer's part that because
Neighbor Jones' girl married a worthless
man from the metropolis, alt such
matches must end similarly."
���'Urarit.ed.."
"Therefore, being iu tbe right and the
old farmer being in one of his mad
moods, I'd outwit him."     \
"How,?"    . yj
The query was encouraging.
'���Run away with Alice," said Bob.
'II can't."
"Why trot?"
"Her father watches her too closely."
i  "That's the only reason, is it?"
"I believe ao."
"She's williiis?"
"Presumably'.*
"And yob?''
"Oh, Bob, you're ��**!klng nonsense! I
might as will go t-.iek to London and
wait until Mr. Smith changes his mind."
"And let some other fellow huve Alice?
T-ou're a brave'lover!"
Leslie was despondent.
"1 have a plait. If you're plucky enoagh
to follow It oat,'1 suggested Bob.
Leslie's   face grew   expectant  at  tbe
MnL :
"What Is lt?" he asked.
:   ','histen."
What Bob told the discouraged lover
���eed not be repeated. The subsequent
acts of the conspirators afford a sum-
dent explanation.
It ���*��* tbe next day that faithful Bob
reconnoitered tbe ground and found that
{firmer Smith had indeed taken due precaution to prevent his daughter meeting
or runnlrig nwny with Leslie.
, But Bob managed to get a letter to the
fair prisoner ���a letter after reading
Which secretly she manifested her acquiescence to Us contents by an intelligent nod to the messenger.
It was the afternoon of the day following, just as Farmer Smith had sent
his boys to the town with a load of potatoes 4n,d was seated, resting tor nn hour
or two, on the front porch, with Alice industriously sewing- by his side, thnt a vehicle driven by. a single occupant came
down the road.
Ola} Jtt(>e��- looked in profound amazement as the vehicle came to a stop. It
witsCI kind of skeleton wagon, with a
double seat, and behind it wns nttnehed
a small rubber hose, with several wheels
distributed here and there near the axle.
"In the., un He of wonder, what have
we here?" he said as he walked to the
gate.
The driver sprang down.
���Vanes Smith?" he asked.
Tbe termsr nodded s dignified ���smdJ,
Insinuated Bob.
nt(M dreaniliiK thut the UtnUcd simugw
was Hub Towuseud in ilisi-uiKp.
"I learn from Inquiries iu the village
Hint you are quite n scientist, Mr.
Smith."
Science, of wlileh old Jabei knew nothing, but affected much, was his saliejjrt
point. Flattered by the stranger's \voras,
be replied pompously;
"1 reckon 1 know something about It."
"I have eunie, Mr. Smith," snid the
stranger, "to show you a ucw motive
power fur liiiynikes."
Tim farmer's face fell.
"A patent right!" he muttered. "I
don't wuut to buy one," ho said, aloud,
turning to re-enter the house.
"liny one!" replied the stranger. "This
is nut for sule, sir," declared Bob, with
quiet dignity. "1 desire your opinion as
a scientist in regm-d to the principles Involved in its construction and operation."
The farmer's face grew pleased again,
"Happy to give it, sir. If 1 can be ot
nny use to the world at large by my
knowledge of science"���
"Or ninko your fellow beings hsppy,
you're ready to sacrifice your valuable
time���eh, Mr. Smith?
"Certainly, sir." ^^^^^^
"You can���you enn, believe me, sir,"
asseverated the wicked conspirator,
earnestly and truthfully. "Have you a
rake?"
"Yes."
"I'll help you bring It out here, and
we'll make a triul trip of this wonderful
machine,"
A few minutes Inter the farmer's hny-
raUe was brought out. Bob made much]
ado nt fastening it liy a ropo to the rear!
of the vehicle, and the fiirmer watched
him curiously ns he turned the wheels
anil adjusted the horse to wbat he called
position.
"This hose Is an airbrake, air. The
idea is. If we can innke it do so, to have
the rake operate ns usunl. The airbrake
might offer a resistance to the ground,
push forward the front vehicl* and ventilate the liny. Man and brute creation
demand air, why not vehicles?"
"Quito true," replied .Inliez. somewhat
dubious nnd perplexed over the apparent
usclcssncss of tbo ninchine.
"Utility nnd nonrefrngibllty, Mr.
Smith," rattled on Bub recklessly. "Tha
hypotenuse of the curve of the diameter of the axle, you perceive, has a circumferential effect upon the spheroid
concavity of the brnke. You will understand these terms, Mr. Smith, as a mathematician nnd scientist.    All ready?"
Farmer Smith, overcome by the lofty
words, obeyed mutely as Bob requested
him to get into the rake scat
"I'll drive tho preliminary vehicle," explained Bub. with a serene chuckle at
the fun of his oratory, "nnd you will
watch the effect of the airbrake���If tbe
friction of the wheels generate air���over
yonder stretch of meadow. By the way.
is one of your hands nrotind?"
"They've gone to town," replied Jabes
glumly.
He had n vague consciousness that the
stranger wns n chnrlatnn, for he could
not tor the life of him see wtlnt possible
use the clumsy combination of wheels
and hose could be.
"Ah, there's a young lady! Your daughter, Mr. Smith, I presume?" said Bob,
raising his bnt politely. "There must be
more weight on the seat of tht front vehicle. If you'll let her take her seat beside me in tbe interests of science, Mr.
Smith?"
He almost lost his dignified gravity as
he saw the suspicious look on the old
fanner's face.
The Inst words, "in the interests of science," however, decided Mr. Smith,
"Jump in, Alice!" he said desperately.
Tbe stranger whipped up the horse.
Old Jabez, in the rake seat behind, clung
on wildly ns the horse was driven briskly.
He almost fell forward as there was a
brenk caused by the rope parting. Bob
had deftly cut it with a knife.
"Hold on! Hold on!" cried old Jabes
as the new motor power vehicle dashed
forward.
He stared blankly as it traversed the
field, mnde a shnrp turn to the rosd and,
gracefully rounding a curve In the high
wny, disappeared from View.
What did it menn? The boys had taken tbe horses to town, and he could not
stmt in pursuit, but be grew white as lie
discerned n fact:
He hud been trickedl
Ho hnd cooled down considerably when,
nt nightfall, a carriage drew up before
the gate.
He looked grimlv up from beneath his
shaggy eyebrows as Leslie Austin mad
pretty, blushing Alice enme forward.
Bob, following them, was the first to
speak.
"The new motor power took up a new
passenger down the road, Farmer
Smith," he snid slyly. "You wanted to
make mankind happy, neighbor. You've
done It."
Jabez made n feint to declare hostilities then and there against the conspirators, but he sank back, disarmed, ih his
chair as tl e gentle voice of his wife said
pleadingly:
"Forgive them, father. They are ao
happy!"
And Farmer Smith hnd not the heart
to say nny.���Chicago Times-Herald.
NOTICE OF ASSIUNMENT.
Pursuant   to   the   "Creditors'   Trust
Deeds Act" and Amending Acts.
Notice is hereby given that John
Leask and Francis C. Rankin, currying on business in the town of ('ran
brook 1n the I'roviuce pf British Columbia, as tailors and men's outlltters
under the firm and style of Leash tit
Bankin, by deed of assignment for the
benefit of creditors, bearing date the
7th day of January, loin, made In
pursuance of the "Creditors' Trust
Deeds Act" and amending acts, have
granted and assigned iii.l.i Creigbton
Boss Palmer, of Cranbrook, liritish
Columbia, clerk, all tbe personal estate, credits and effects of the Bald
John.l.vnsk und Francis tl. ltankin,
and of eaoh of them (both partnership
and brivate) which may be seized
and sold under execution and ull their
real estate and of each of them in
trust'to pay the creditors of the said
Leask & ltankin, ratably a.id proportionately tbeir just claims without
preference or priority according to
law.
Tbe said deed of assignment was executed by tne said John Leask and
Frauds C. Bankin, on the 7th day of
January, luoi, and by the aaid Creigh-
ton Boss Palmer on the 0th day of
January,  1V01.
All persona hating claims against
the said Leask & Bankin are required
to file with the trustee on or before
ibe 36th day of January, mm, full
particulars of their claims duly verified, and the natures of the securities.
if any, held by them.
And nbtice Is hereby given that after the Bald 30th day of January 1001,
the trustee will proceed to distribute the assets of tbe estate among
the parties entitled theieto, 'having
regard to the claims only of wbich he
then shall have had notice and that
he will not be responsible for the assets or any part thereof so dictribut-
ed to any person or persons of whose
claim he shall not then have had notice.
A meeting of the cieditors will be
held on Saturday the 36 ti day ot January, 1901, at twp o'clock in the afternoon, at the offices of W. F. Gurd,
Solicitor, Baker street, Cranbruok,
B.   C,
Dated at Cranbrook, this 11th day
of January, 1001.
W. F. OURD,
Solicitor for the Trustee.
LODGE MEETINGS.
A
N lil.Hiix 1,01 HiK No. 23, A. F. k A
M. nnvii- second Wntliitwanv In eaoh
month.   Visiting brethern weloonie.
I. O. o. F. Kootenay Lodge
No. in, meets every Monde.*-* night,
at  llioli  HKll,  Kootohay street
Sojourning Odd Hollows oortllMly invited.
John A. Melti.e. N.U.   1��. W. Rutherford, V.Q.
Kroil J. Squire, I'or. Sec.
"'Xooteiiny 1'ent" No 7. *K. 0. '1*. ����� hold their
rrguliu- Mini I Ingii tn Kraltiruila/ Hull, 1. O. O. T.
block,on tho lit imil 3rd ThunidtiyB of each
n.ontii.   V lulling In i-i lu mi cordlnlly invited to
lllli-llll.   II. A. Brown, It. JC; A. 1'. I'Urtl-r.-Uotll.J
tt, j.stool, u. a. c.
nici.hon u (). 1,. No. HI8-2 meets in Prs-
tornlty Hull on f rm and third Kiiduy ovonlaare
of i-m-ii month at 8 o'clock, V'ialt lnu inoiubera
cordially invitod, W. W. BrsMlley. W.K.-
A. Miniy, It. 8.  ,    ,.
0.W.WEST&C0.
Coal and Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crop's  Nest  Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,    -    -    $10.75
DELIVERED.
No order can bo accepted unlem
accompanied by cash.
dttive Oorner Hall and Baker Streets.
..jaa,.!*     ..TltlFjPrTnrllt SS
REISTERER & CO.
Brewem of Fine Lager
Beer and Potter.
DROP IN ANI> SEE US.
Hel.nn. B. O.
PATENTS
Caveats, Designs, Copyrights and
Trade Harks obtained in Canada
and all foreign countries.
THETBEWEY & BRITTAIN.
Bomri 3, Bank of British North
America, Hustings Street, Vancouver,,
The Iron Dukea Speech.
I once heard the Duke of Wellington
mnke a speech in the house of lords, anil.
although it wns but a short speech and
not remnrknble for eloquence, It astonished nnd impressed me more nt the time
thnn the greatest orntion by the greatest parliamentary orator could have
done.
The duke, as I gathered from the
speech of another peer, hnd already been
offering to the house his opinion on. the
measure under considerntion, and the noble nnd learned lord was now criticising,
his remarks. In the course of his criticism this noble nnd lenriiod personnire
ventured on the observntiiffi thnt he fenr-
ed "the illustrious duke" tint] hot quite
understood the measure novi- before the
house;   This drew the illustrious duke,.
The Duke of Wellington sprang to Ida
feet to reply, nnd he struck the tnhle
with indignant gesture. "My lords," h>
snid, "the noble nnd learned lord has
snid thnt I don't understand this, bill,.
Well, my lords, nil 1 can say Is tilnt I
rend the bill onee, thnt I rend it twice,
thnt I rend it three times, nnd if after
thnt I don't understand the bill, wHy;
then, my lords, nil I hnve to say Is that
1 must be nn infernally stupid fellow!"
Then the duke resumed his sent.���Justin McCarthy's "Reminiscences."
A Caution. Approach.
Mrs. Matchmaker��� What reasons have
you  for thinking; Mr.  Rich's intentions
are serious 7
Miss Mntchmnker���He Introduced tbe
, subject of rings Inst evening and argued
', forcibly In favor of.-. small but very pore
diamond,���Jewel��s'WaaWt*.
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tUlaVKB KING MIKE
Will pay the highest oash price for all
kinds ol seoood hand goods. Will buy
or Mil anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oaiperta,
cooking utensils, bought in household
qoantitias. Also oast Off clothing.
Call and  see  ma or writs.   Address
Silver
Street;
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WADDS    BROS.,
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
Baker Street,
NELSON.   -   ���   B.C.
A. R. BARROW, a. ml o.E
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Corner Viotorla and Kootenay Sts.
P. O. Box BS8. Telephone No. 95
1?. O. QBEEH        V. S. CLEMENTS
GfcEEN &. CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
P. O. Bra Ul Walsno   B. f.
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[WMK^EBVOTJSWOMEN
Could we rend the hearts of women, whut a
vast amount of sufforing would be expo-ed,
Female Wbaknkss han produced more invalids among women thnn any other cause
Bave you any of tno following kvminimis?
Njurvouuiitvia, WoakneHH. Backache, Headache,
���Ail QoneV Keeling. Hot Hushes, Variable
Appetite, rtestldsshcfls. No Ambition. Easily
Excited, Painful Periods, Bearing-down Pains,
Loui-tiorrhooa, Pimples on the Fnce, Pains in
the Loins, Eyes Sunken, No Vital Energy, eto.
Wk Uan Cuub You. It matters not who has
treated and failed In ouringyou. Consultation
by Mail is Absolutely. Free, mid if curable we
will tell you so, Don't let surgeons operate on
you. Wlie can cure yon. without cutting. Our
Nkw Mktiiod Tkeatmknt in mild and pleas-
ant. Family Doctors have treated you. for
years, and yet you are not oureu���they only
help you from time to time. Let us ouro you
at Your Own Homk hy our Now Method
Treatment. Hundreds are being cured. Why
not you t Wo will mall you our Symptom
BhnV simply fpr the asking, and we will toll
you free Of charge what wo think of your
case, Koniombor. your letters are kept t-t r.ctly
private and confidential and are answered in
filain sealed envelope.   Write at once, pnoloj.
rig stamp for reply.   Adi"
SAIINISBIIS
for reply.   Address OR, W. If,
 I  A  sj���� SU. C   I'bleagb, 111.
Mention this papr
Are you in want? If you are, tell
the people, through the Miner want
column, irhat- yon are In want of.
���you'll get lt,
NKI.HOM   litlUtiE   N0.-J4. K.of P.
rnoelH In K. ot 1'. hall, Oildfullows tatoqk
raovorv   Tuesday ""evening St 8 o'olook
���-���All visiting knights cordially  UvHmi
H.   M    VlNtlKNT, O.C.
A. T. I'a iik. K.of H. ana b.
NELSON AKH1K No. it, F. O. at, meSW
every second and fonrtb Wednoedajni of eask
in mull. Visiting members cordially Invlt-
Oharles Prosaer. HenrMar>.
Nelson Knoampmoiit No. 7.   Meet* eve,
and lih Friday of each month, In Odd Ke
Hull, coiner   linker snd   Kootei.ar   "
Nolson.   A. H. Clnments, C. P.; I). Mo.
It. S.   Visiting brothers always weliw��*
NKL80N*8 OUEKN NO. Ml
SONS OF ENGLAND, meet*
1st and 3rd Weilnesday cventafsof
each month at Fiawmliy ball,
oorner of Dnkor and KootOBMF
stroots. Visiting brethern osra-
iallj Invited.
John Watson, Secretory.
COUItT KOOTENAY, 1. O. F., No. S1W.
Meetings 4th Thursday ef month. Fraternal
hall. J A Irving V tl.   I*. >l. Flnming. K.S
���JHUli.'.*H I'lKKCTOKY.
s. Saviours IEnui.ihuI oilmen-���Corner
Ward and Silica SU. Sundays: Holy .Communion H n. m.; and On the 1st and 3rd Sundays
in the month niter Mattins; Miiltin- at 11 a.m,;
Sunday School -1,30 p.m : Evensong 1SU. [tally-
Mat Him at II.an a. in. Thursdays and Saint*.
Diijh: Holy Communion 10 a. in. Fridays:
Kvunaong i .30 p. in., followed by oholr practice. H. S. Akehurst. Sector. Frod IrvliM,
Geo. Johnstone, Wardens. . ,
Catholic.  tiiuiniH- Corncr:Ward and Mill
streets Mass every Sunday at 8 and 10.00 a.m
Benediction at 7.30 p.ni.   Muss every week day
at 7.15 ii.in.   Ituv.   Father Ferland Hector.
Presbyterian Church -Services at 11 a.m
snd 7.30 p.m. Sunday School at 199 p.m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at S p.m.;
Christian Endeavor Society meet* every Tuoa.
day evening ���*> S o'clock. Rev, H. Frew.
Pastor.
Methodist Churoh���Corner 8111c* and
Jotiephlne StreoU. Services at 11 a.m. Snd 7JS
n, in.; Sabbath School, 2.30 p.m.; Prayer meet
Ing on Thursday evoning St 8o'clock: Kpworth
LiuikuoC, IC., Tussday at 8 a.m. Hev. J.H.
White, Pastor. Resfdenos, Josephine Street
rear of church.
Salvation Army���Sorvlo s every evening
st 8 o'oloch In barracks on V otorl street
Arlliiiliint. tooV-witiihn In ehanw. .  ..
Baptist Church - Services morning and
evening at 11 a.tn. and 7.90 p.m.; Prayer inset.
ing Thursday evoning at 8 p.m. the R T
I'.IJ. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Strangers
cordially weloc-nnit. Rev. G. J. Coulter Whilst
Ps*tor.
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NOTICE.
An extraordinary general mi,
of The Fein Hold Mining and Milling
Company, Limited Liability, -will beheld at tbe company'a offices, llaker
street, Nelson, liritish Columbia, on
Wednesday the 8th day of March, A.
D. 1901, at the hour of 2*30 o'clock in
the afternoon.
Tbe objects of tbe meeting are:
1. To authorize the directors to execute a mortgage of the assets of the
company in favor of C. U. llosmer of
Montreal, P. Q.. to secure him repayment of the sum of 85,000.00 advanced
by him to the company on the 23nd
day of august, A, D, 1000, with Interest thereon at 8 per cent, per annum, and also in and by said mortgage to secure the said C. R llosmer
repayment of moneys advanced by
bim to tbe company and expended by
the company in careta* er's salary, insurance, etc.
2. To provide a scheme for corisei-T-
ing the assets of the company and
paying caretaker's salary, insurance,
etc.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 31a't day
of January, A. D., 1901.
Uy order of the Board at Directors.
R. W. BRItlSToCKlfi,
2 FOUR NEW PICTURES
in 18 Beautiful Colors. Slioof __
10x22. Quito New and Exceed
Ingly  Handsome.   .
Rock of Ages !&*?��
si bffcii havo been made, hut none mb
(���' n \n\) Willi ours tn bnauty. In tho
cenivr of tho angry waves stowta the
"CROSS OJf CHRIST" the "ROCK 0?
AGtiS." A female figuro Is st-ruggUn(
to gain refuge on the rock whero the
"weary are at rest."
Guardian Angel! ^"h.*
children are rambling along and sud-
cicuiy come upon a preeiptee. A Guardian Angel lovingly protects them from
danger.
Lord's Supper IfeSfSS
ing our dear Lord and all His ApoBtlea.
The prep&catorjr work ot this picture
cost over |W0. ' .
Christ in the Qardwi!
Our dour Lord before His Crucifixion.
In the background we soe tne eleeglng
Apostles.
These pictures are well worth |1.00
each. To introduce them wo will send
the entire lot for 80 cents; or any oue
for 25 rents. Wholenalo price toajrenU,
12 for St .73: 25 for J3.2I5; SO for 16.00:
100 for 111.00.   Write- today to
HOME NOVELTY M'F'O 60;
IDept. 381 DI
P. O. Box 518, CHICAGO.
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COPYRIGHTS and DESICNS.,
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saves time, costs leaa, better servioe.    f
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S
OPERATIC society hall.
Everything   Points   to   tlic   Function
Being a Success.
All airangenients for tho hall to be
given by tho Nelson Operatic Society
at the Opera House tomorrow evening-,
under the patronage of Mayor and
Mrs. Fletcher have been -omplt'letl
and the committee in charge firmly
expect it to he the most enjoyable
event of the season. One of the features will be the opening uf the ball
with a set of laneei-s followed by n
walse, the music being selections [rum
Mikado and Pinafore, two of the
operas whicli the society has sn successfully produced. WttDlbold's full
orchestra has been engaged and Leader Wambuld has paid special attention
to the selections for the evening.
Mr. Harold Selous has kindly consented to look after the preparation of the
floor, thus assuring tbe highest point
of excellence in this regard, The ladles of the society have taken a more
than usual interest in preparing the
supper and promise the best of the
season. A general invitation is extended to patrons of thu society who
may secure tickets at Teetzel tit Co. 's
and II. F. McLean's ding stores. The
following members of the committee
also have them for sale: Onslow
Newling, John Lnchore, George Bell,
E. C. llrown. 1J. II. Williams, .1. C.
T. Crofts, Terrick (1. Iliuiltain and
Melville Parry.
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FRED  IRVINE &
HALF PRICE IN LADIES' WHITEWEAR FOR TEN  DAYS.
ROSSLAND BONSPIEL.
Three Out of the   Four   Nelson Rinks
are Winners.
(sri'-i iai, to T'lili! MINBn.)
Rossland, Feb. 13.���There was a
big crowd iu the attendance today at
the honsplel of the carnival, which
will he Increasod by tho arrivals of the
next few dayB. The curling bonspiel
began today. None of the results
were decisive except the All-Comers.
This cup was won by the All-comers,
defeating Rossland by a score of 118
points to 54. The visitors will now
have to play off for the rink which is
to hold the cup for the coming year.
The first game of the draw will probably not be played until Thursday.
The only Rossland rink whioh won
during the   day   was that skipped   by
given
The     full   score
Beamish,
below:
All-Comers. Rossland.
Richardson, s,..'8 flrev,   skip
Forln 18 Beamish ...
Rae 10 Morkill	
Orimmett  9 Eraser ....
Hall l:; Cranston...
Tamblyn  7 McKwen...
Total 118  ,..'.	
CURLING GAME.        """
An interesting   culling match   was
played last night bet iveen picked rinks
aa follows:
J. E. Annable,       Mr. Justice Irving,
C.  E. Miller, P. E. Wilson,
W. Irving, Mayor Fletcher,
H.Cameron, s. 10. N. T.Macleod, s. 9.
AT THE HOTELS.
Phair���II. N. Clements. Slocan City;
W. A. Davis. Kaslo; J. C. Drewcry,
Rossland; J. C. Ryan, Kaslo; Tbos.
Scott, Winnipeg; (1. C. llinton, Vancouver; A. E. Rowland, Toronto; H.
Nicholson, Montreal; O. Ford and
wife, Winnipeg; E. Nelson Fell, Athabasca; H. 1'. Jorand, Slocan; A. I'.
Lemienx,  Ymir.
Hume.���Olaf Olson, Seattle; R.
McLean, Kaslo; J. C. (larretson,
Portland; G. S. Jaciuith, Toronto; F.
Conruyt, Kaslo: Sam Newswander, C.
W, McAnn, Kaslo; Jetliro llrooks.
Molly Gibson Landing; F. T. Butler,
Toronto.
��� A RAGING ROARING FLOOD
Washed down a telegraph line which
Chas. C. Ellis of Lisbon, la., had to
repair. "Standing waist deep in icy
water," he writes, "gave me a terrible cold and cough. It grow worse
daily. Finally the best doctors in
Oakland, Neb", Sioux City and Omaha sniil 1 had Consumption and could
not live. Then I began Using Dr.
King's New Discovery and was wholly
cured by six bottles." Positively
guaranteed for Coughs, Colds and all
Throat and Lung troubles by Canada
Drug tit Book Co.    Price 50 cents.
GOOD ADVICE
The most miserable beings in the
world are those Buffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. More
than seventy-five per cent, of the people in the Deminion are afflicted
with these two diseases and their
effects; such a Sour Stomach, Sick
Headache, Habitual Costiveness, Palpitation of the Heart, Heart-burn,
Waterbrash, Gnawing Pains at the
Pit of Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated
Tongue and Disagreeable Taste in
th Mouth, Coming up of Food After
Eai -, Low Spirits, etc. Go to your
Druggist and get a bottle of August
Flower for 75 cents. Two doses will
relieve you. Try it. For sale by W.
F. Teetzel.
Yo�� shouldn't send out of town for
cards for yourself or your husband
until you see what The Miner can do
for you.
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Laxative Bromo=Quiniai;, �������<*������
the remedy that cnreai n ��-aW tn �����>�� ��ln*��
H- E- T- HAULTAIN, 0- E-
CONSULTING
MINING ENGINEER.
OFFICE! 8, 9 and 10. K.-W.-C. Block.
Ladies' Night Dresses, 75c. to $1.00.
Corset Covers, 20c. to $1.75.
Lace and Embroidered Underskirts, 75c. to $12.00,
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White Cambric Muslin, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawn,   Indian   Lin-      .^.
ens, White and Colored Organdies, Dimilies,   Fancy   Muslins,     xs
Plain and Dotted Swiss and Pique
The Balance of our Stock of Ladies' Tailor-Made Costumes, Jackets, Capes, Skirts, at Reduced Prices
TRUNKS and VALISES
A Big Shipment just received.     Some Choice Bargains in the lot.
FRED    IRVINE    &    CO.
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THE STAR
BAKERY
IS SHINING STILL
Established 1895.   Here to Stay.
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
Our Celebrated Bread
delivered daily to any
part of the town. . . .
Try Our Scotch Short Bread,
Scones and Oat Cakes-
Telephone 210. P. 0. Box 119.
Some Home Made Bread
Is as heavy as lead,
Hut mine ia as light as a feather;
If you buy it and eat it.
You will always greet it,
For you can stand all kinds of weather!
H. & M. BIRD
Agents fur Eureka ninerat Wool and
Asbestos  Co. ,
Insurance Go. of North America, Mutual Ufa
Insurance Co., ol New York, QueDoc
Fire Assurances Go.
REAL ESTATE.
MONEY TO LOAN.
FOE SALE.
Two good, level lots on Nelson
avenue,   Hogustown S375 00
Mrs. Snowden's residence on
Kobaon Btreet
5(l-foot corner on Latimer St... 525 00
Two 25-foot lots in Block 40
Latimer  Btreet  500 00
FOR RENT.
Cottage on  Stanley   street 815 00
4-Rootaed cottage  on  corner of
Ward and (lore Streets  12 00
New house on Water Street   15 00
| DRUNKENNESS CAN
BE CURED
IS YOUR nUSBAND, BROTHER, FATHER, or any of yonr
relatives afflicted with the Disease of Drunhennesa ? We have
a sine euro which can be given
with or without the knowledge
of the patient. Send for particulars, enclosing 2 cent stamp
for reply. Address Dr. W. H.
Saunders tit Co., Chicago. 111.
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J). J. DEWAR, J. P.
Notary Public Conveyancer.
FOR   SALE.
SI,550 buys (l-room house with 75x75
lot, on Lutlmer street. The house
cost 81,750, exclusive of lot.
Houso and lot renting for 8900
per annum, will sell for 83,250.
82,250 takes 8-room houBe on Carbon
nte street, near Josephine street. This
is excellent value.
82,100 takes good house and lot on
Silica street near Kootenay street.
Very central location.
Houses to Let.
Loans, low rutes, on improved property.
REMOVAL
The Gait Coal office has
removed to the Ward Building, on Baker Street, two
doors west C.P.R. offices.
A full supply of Gait Coal
now on hand.
VV. P. TIERNEY,
General Agent,
Tel. No. 265.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID TESTIBULED TBAINS.
PALACE DICING AND 0BSEEVATI0M
0AE8.-MEALS a la OAETE.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane withti-ains of the
trains of the Spokane Falls and Northern Railway.
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Ohicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
aud all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:45 p.m
West-bound trains make direct con
nection for Victoria and  Vancouver
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North WeBt
and North-Land of tbeNorthern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Oreat Northorn Railway.
For further information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Ry., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Kootoi ai Railway tit Navigation
Oo., or to
F. I. WHITNEY.   H. A. JACKSON,
Genl. PaBB. & Tkt. Agt.   Com'cl Agt.
St. Paul, Min       Spokane. Wash
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY,
INTERNATIONAL NAV.& TRAD. CO Lid
BEDLINGTON <fc NELSON RY.
KOOTENAY VALLEY RY.
hortest and quickest route to the East and all
points on iht: O. R. and N. and Northern
Pacific Railways in Washington,
Oregon, and tho Southern
States.
; KASLO & SLOCAN RY.
Passenger train for Sandon and way stations
leaves Kaalo at 8 a. m., daily. Returning,
leaves Sandon ab 1.15 p.m., arriving at Knslo
a*. 3.65 p.m.
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TRAD. CO,
Operating on Kootenay Lake and River.
S.S. Kanlo leaves Kaslo daily at 8 a in; leaves
Pilot BHy daily at 9:15 a mi arrives Kuskonook
daily at 11:15 a nt. Returning, leaves KuhUo-
nook daily at 12:40 p m; leaves Pilot Bay daily
at 2:30 p ni; arrives Kaslo daily at 1 p m.
S.S. International leaves Nolnon dally at 7
a m; leaves Pilot. Bay daily at 0:15 a in; arrives
Kaslo daily at 10:45 a ni. Returning, leaves
Kaslo daily at 1 p m; leaves Pilot Bay daily at
2:30 p ni; arrives-Neison daily at I:.!-** |> m.
B. & N. and K. V. Rys.
Passenger train loaves Kuskonook for Spokane daily on arrival of steamer Knslo, connecting at Bonner's Ferry with Great Northern
flyer, o-*st bound.
Leaves Spokane for Kuskonook daily at 0:25
a in, making direct connection at Kuskonook
with steamer Khsio for Nelson aud Kaslo.
Steamers oall at principal landings in both
directions, and s>t othor points when signalled.
Tickets sold to all points in Canada and the
United States.
To ascertain rates and full Information ad-
ROBERT IRVING,
w-����ma��r. Kaslo.B . C
G. K Tackabury Local Agont.
KOQTEMYCOFFEE GO
Our Fresh Roasted Coffeo Best of
Quality, as follows :
Java and Arabian Mocha, per pound ?  40
Java and Mocha Blend, 3 poundn  1 00
Fine BantoH, I pounds  1 00
Hunt oh Blond, o pounds  I 00
Our Spei-iatBlond, G pounds  1 00
Our Rio Roast, II pounds 1 00
a tki.i i, iikiifb mm k 11 ml.
Salesrooms:
2 DOORS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOOK, W.  BAKER ST.
iVELSON,        -        B. C.
OALL ON TH***
NELSON WINE CO.
and i try a bottle, a dozen, or a barrel ot
QALQARY -BEER as It Is the boat and
oheapest ��� on tho market. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
PRANK  A. TAMBLYN. M.��...��.
Telephone 93. Baker Bl-   Nelson, B, C
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
" Sou Line
FIRST-CLASS   SLEEPERS ON ALL
TRAINS FROM REVELSTOKE
AND KOOTENAY LANDING.
Alto TOURIST OARS passing  Dun-
more Junction Tuesdays,  Thursdays,
Fridays and Sundays for St. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and Boston, Mondays and Wednesdays   for Toronto.
Si,im* oars  pass  Revelstoke  one  da;
earlier.
A   POINTER
for  your  eastern  trip is to see
your ticket rends via Canadian Pacific.
Trams and Steamers Depart.
6 *00 ) Steamer for Kootenay Lacd-
n���;i��� fI0ff and eastern points via
xmly    ) Crow's Nest Route.
8:00 (Train for Rossland, Grand
Ex Sun (Forks, Greenwood, Midway,etc
0:00 I Train for Slocan City, Slooan
Ex Sun J points, and Saudon.
10:00 ) Steamer for Kaslo and inter-
Ex Sun ) mediate points.
18-40 ) '^t>"n f��r Rossland, Nakusp,
ri���i!��� J-Revelstoke, main line and
uauy    ) Paciftic Coast Points.
For Time Tables, Rates and full information call ou or tuldress nearest Local Agent, or,
R. W. Drew, Depot Agent. 1 Nolson, B.O.
H. Ii. Brown, City Agent. /
il. J, COYLE,
A d. P. Agent,
Vani-imvpr
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson & Fort
Sheppard R'v,
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting- at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific.
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson with steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at  Meyer's  Falls  with
stage daily for Republic,   and  connects at Bossburg with stage  daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood,
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
8:00 a.m Spokane 6:40 p.m.
11:50 a.m Rosslnnd 3:10 p.m.
7:00 a.m Nelson 7:15 p.m.
NIGHT TRAIN.
9:45 p.m Spokane 7:00 a.m.
11.00 p. m Rosflland 7:00 a.m.
11. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Wash
G. K. TACKABURY,
Aorent. Nelson, B.O
Atlantic S. S. Lines.
From Portland, Mr.
Allan Lino Sicilian Fob 16
Allan Mhe Tunisian Feb 23
Dominion Lino Dominion Feb 10
Dominion Line Cnmbronifin Fob 27
From at. John
Beaver Lino Luke Mcgantlc ' Feb 15
Beavor Line Lako Supeiior Feb 22
Boavor Line Lake Ontario March 1
Beavor Lino 8luamors call at Haltfix one
day later.
From Boston
Dominion Lino Now England Fob 27
Cunard Lino Saxonia Feb 23
Cunard Lino Ivernia March 11
From New York
Cunard Lino Umbria  Feb IB
Cunard Line HervJa Fob 23
Cunard Lino Ktruria March 2
W hito Star Lino Majestic Fob 20
Whito Star Line Oceanic Fob 27
American Line St. Louis Feb 20
American Lino Now York Fob 27
N. (i.L. Lahn Fob 20
N. O. L. Kaiser Wllhelm der Ql-0888..March 5
Anchor Line Furnessia Feb 28
Allan State Line Stall of Nebraska March 2
Passages arranged to and from all European
points. For rates, tickets and full information
apply to C. P. It. depot agent or H. L. Brown
City Passenger Agent. Nelson, B. C.
W. P. F. CUMMING8,
Oonoral * w-m-h. C.P.R. Offices, Winnipeg,
GRUGIBLE OAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch diam. $13.50 per 100 feet. For
immediate delivery in Neb��ni
apply.
J. O. T. OROFTS,
��i. n. Rot
And ad. in Tbe Miner want column
always brings results.
1 Miners, Attention!!
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BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
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BENNETT'S
'CROWN   BRAND"
TRADE
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Gutta Percha Water-proof Fuse has been gi
proved and not found wanting. gi
No miss-holes.   No running.
CO.
LAWRENCE    HARDWARE
AGENTS
NELSON,   B  C.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL  KINDS  OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by ma!] receive careful and prompt attention
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THE   PROSPECTORS'  EXCHANGE
NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK. NELSON, B. C.
Gold, Silver-Lead  ami  Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
FREE MILLING BOLD properties wanted at once for Eastern
Investors.
Parties having mining property for sale are reqnested to send
samples of their ore to the EXCIIANGK for exhibition.
We desire to hear from prospectors who have promising mineral
claims in liritish Columbia,
Prospectors and mining men are requested to make the EXCHANGE their headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
ANDREW   F.   ROSENBERGER.
TolopMono No. 101.   P. O. Box 700. NELSON, B. G.
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KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SOPPLY k CONST80CTION CO.
ELECTRIC   SUPPLIES.
Complete  Electric Equipments  for   Electric   Power   Transmission  and
Lighting for Mines, Towns, etc.    Electric Fixtures, Lamps,
Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, etc.
Houston Block.
NELSON, B- 0.
TEE NEISON ELECTRIC TRAMWAY CO., LlLM
LOTS   FOR   SALE O/V   EASY   TERMS,
Large number of Choice Building Lots adjacent to the line of thei
Tramway.   For price and terms of sale apply at the office of the Com-
pany, Maclouald Block corner of Josephine and Vernon Street*.
A. V. MASON, Secretary,
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NEWS OF
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HOME FROM A VISIT���
Mis.   (Juinliin,    wife   of   Dr.    W. .1
Quintan, lias returned to Nelson after
an absence of several months.
FROM A BUSINESS TRIP���
Mr. 11. II. lluiiiber, representing .1.
J. Walker, the jeweler, bus returned
from u successful trip to points on the
Crow's Nest Hue.
BEAL ESTATH DBAIr-
Steel anil Beasley concluded Hie sale
yesterday of the house anil lot in
Fairview owned by A. O. Egbert.
The property u-ns pnreliaecil by 0. S
McLaren at S��50.
BOARD 01' TRADE   MEETING���
The Hoard of   Trade holds its regu
lar meeting   tomorrow   night.    It   is
understood that a number of interest
ing matters will come up   for   discussion during thu session.
SOME NEW GOODS���
Fred Irvino it Co. are advertising in
The Miner today a half-price sale of
white goods and also a large assortment of trunks and valises which
were received in the eity yesterday.
IS DOINO WELL-
II. B. .lorand, barrister of Slocau
City, was in the city yesterduy. Mr.
Jorand was formerly with the firm of
Bowes tit Ward here but Is now practicing with marked success in the Slocan,
PUBLIC WORKS  MEETING���
A meeting of the public workB committee of the city council takes place
tomorrow evening. The committee
has a number of matters on hand,
among these being tbe opening of
Hallway street which is now under
way.
A VERY BIO MIRROR���
The second largest mirror in Nelson
was put in place in the barber Bhop
of E. T. Thompson at the Hume Hotel yesterday. It was purchased in
Toronto and is the beginning of a
very elaborate plan of fixture decoration outlined by Mr. Thompson.
ARE SHIPPERS NOW���
J Brockman & McFarland, proprietors of China Hall, have joined the
ranks of the merchants who are making Nelson the distributing center for
the Kootenays. The ChinR Hall is
shipping weekly to most of the points
in the territory tributory to Nelson,
and his department of their business
promises to become an important factor.
BOSSLAND'S CARNIVAL���
The C. P. R. announce a rate of one
fare. Nelson to Rossland and return,
from today until Sunday, inclusive.
This is to enable citizens of Nelson
to viBit Rossland during the winter
carnival which is taking place this
week. A large number of Nelson people left this morning and this evening's train promises to curry another
load.
BOYAL PROCLAMATION���
Lieutenant Beer of the militia company has received a copy of the militia
general orders containing the governor-general's proclamation as to tbe
accession of King Edward VII. The
major-general commanding the militia
instructs each officer in charge of a
unit of the force to order a paiado at
the earliest opportunity, every available officer, non-com. and man being
present at which the proclamation is
to be read followed by a royal salute
and three cheers for the King.
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1 The Finest Jewelry Store In the Kootenays
jl That is the verdict of all who have visited our new premises at the corner of Baker and Stanley Streets.    We
���*�� are proud of them.    They enable us to show to belter advantage than ever before our  large stock of Jewelry
.^ in alls it lines.    We want the people of Nelson to call and see us.    We want them to come  whether to  pur-
-t chase or not.    We will show them our goods with pleasure, and extend to them a hearty welcome.
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X Our stock of Diamonds and other Precious Stones is complete.    Our Watches,   Clocks,   bilvcrware,  Ladies'
"����� Belts, Toilet Articles, Cut Glassware, Souvenir Goods, Lamps, Fancy Chinaware and Novelties  of all  kinds
.^ will interest you and we want you to see them.     And in all of these you will find bargains.
J. J. WALKER
Jeweler
BAKER   STREET,   NELSON.
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PADDING SKELETONS.
Ona Pound of Grape-Nuts  Wakes More
Flesh! Thau  Many  Pounds of
Ordinary Food.
It is worth while to find a food that
will put two pounds a day on the
frame of an invalid that has been reduced to a skeleton. A lady in Mid-
dleton, Ind., says: "For more than
fifteen years I have been more or less
of an invalid. The doctors said general debility was the trouble brought
on by overtaxing the nervous system
and the digestive organs. Then finally
la grippe and pleurisy set in, lasting
about ten weeks, and I was reduced to
a skeleton of less than seventy pounds
in weight, not withstanding I was being fed on meat and ordinary food.
"My relatives were telegraphed to
come quickly if they would se^ mc
alive. At this time I was put on Grape-
Nuts food, and found 1 could eat it
and that it suited my taste and I
began at once to gain in strength and
weight. My weight increased about
two pounds per day. I resched about
one hundred pounds which is heavier
than I had weighed for more than
fifteen   years.
"Friends who saw me on the street
stared at me as though 1 had risen
from the dead. I shall always be
grateful for the good Orape-Nuts food
has done for me. I shrink from having my name published if you should
use this letter, but am willing to
write to any one concerning these
statements, if in tbat way I can benefit suffering humanity in the slightest." Name will be given by Postum
Cereal ^o,   Ud,, Battle Creek,   Mich.
TO HELP IN RECRUITING-.
Dispatches from the east state that
Captain liurstall of the Royal Canadian artillery is to come to Nelson
shortly to assist Lieutenant Beer in
the. recruiting for the Baden-Powell
constabulary. Lieutenant Beer is one
of four Canadian officer chosen for
this duty.
HOCKEY AT ROSSLAND���
The senior hockey team plays its
first game in the hockey tournament
at Rossland tomorrow. The local seven will comprise Neelands in goal,
Archibald at point, Jeffs on cover,
and Perrier, Wetmore (captain), NaBe
and Thompson on the forward line.
Nelson is drawn against Revelstoke
for the first match and has a hard
problem to solve. In event at a victory Nelson plays Phoenix and then
the winners of the Rossland-Bandon
game.
THE WHARF PROliLEM���
It is reported that the old city wharf
problem will he taken up again shortly by the city fathers. Several of the
aldermen hold to the opinion that
the present structure is inadequate to
the demands upon it. Alderman I'at-
eson believes that the deck as it now
stands is too narrow for safety and
as a prominent member of the publio
works committee he is likely to recommend some action in the matter
when a reasonable scheme of Improving tbe wharf is determined upon.
THAT TIME BALL���
City Clerk Strachan yesterday
formed copies of the city council's
resolution regarding a clock and time
ball for the new postoffloe to the minister of public works at Ottawa, the
postmaster-general and W. A. Galliher, M. P. The time ball ia the suggestion of Mayor Fletcher who believes that its adoption would ensure
standard time all over tbe city. The
apparatus consists of a large hall
which is released automatically at
stated hours and rises to the top of a
dole.
OL*1 INTEREST To SKATERS���
On ordinary skating nights the
Tramway company have decided to
charge one price of 25 cents for admission to the rink and the ride up in the
car. Transfer admission tickets will
be issued at 25 cents by the street
car conductors. On carnival and outside hockey match nights, ordinary
prices will be charged. The R. M.
R. band will he in attendance on Friday night, when the N. E. T. Co.,
hope to have a good attendance. Up
to the present it has only been possible
to arrange for the band on ^Saturday
night owing to nund and rink engagements. Arrangements are being
mnde for a children's carnival next
week, probably next Monday or Wednesday. This will be carried out. in
the same way as the last one. The
management will he pleased to hear
any suggestions for novelties.
J. J. WALKER, THE JEWELEH-
Mr. .1. .1. Walker, the jeweler, announces in today's Miner, that he is
now prepared to receive the citizens
of Nelson in his new store on the
corner of llaker and Stanley streets,
the premises vacated at the first of the
year by the Canada Drug and Hook
Co. Mr. Walker started In the jewelry business in Nelson Sept. 1, 1897.
As is the nature of all beginnings he
started in a modest way in the small
store adjoining the Broken Hill block
on llaker street. Hy judicious advertising���always in The Miner, by the
way���strict attention to business, and
good treatment of his customers his
business grew to such proportions
that the old quarters were much too
small. For a year he had been unsuccessfully seeking other quarters. Then
came the building of the K.-W.-C.
block and the removal of the Canada
Drug & Hook Co. This was Mr.
Walker's opportunity and he leased
the store in the Elliot block for a
term of years. His new fittings are
now all In placo and his stock displayed and the store is one of the finest
in Western Canada. It is a credit to
Mr.Wnlker and to Nelson and is well
worth a visit even though tbe visitor
be not a purchaser, ;
HIRTH NOTICE-
Born yesterday to the wife of  0. T.
SUerrat,   of   the   C. 1'. R.   operatois'
staff, a daughter.
PLAN AT PATENAUDE'H���
The plan for the concert to he held
under the auspices of the Misters'of St.
.luseph is to ho found at Patenaude
Bros.' store, not ai the Canada Drug
and Hook company as has been reported.
MINING CASE ON-
The action of McLaren vs. Hillings
is now being tried before the supreme
court. Tne ease arises ont of an alleged grubstaking agreement and the
mineral land involved iB vnluable
property in the Sheep cieek district.
SJCCESSFUL SALE���
The auction sale of T. II. Graham's
real estate and furniture yesterday
was successful. The property, a desirable cottage on Robson street, was
bought in by R. H. Williams for a
client at 81,800, and the furniture
Sold well.
SOLDIERS WON OUT���
The hockey game at the rink last
night between the Militiamen and the
Tramway company was witnessed by
a number of spectators and proved to
a lively match. The iniltiamen turned the tableB on their opponents winning the match by three goals to one
HAD A GUN���
James Van, a proBpctorj will be
charged at the police court today with
creating a disturbance. Van was
ejected from a saloon and after he was
outside the revolver exploded. No
one was injured and as the authorities were satisfied thut the gun was
not fired in malice, no Serious charge
nas made.
LOWERING THE FIREHALL-
The city engineer is preparing figures on the cost of putting a side door
to the firehall in order that the hose
wagon can be backed into the building from the level. Under existing
clicumBtances it is impossible for the
team to handle the three-ton wagon
on the steep grade leading to the main
door. At the next council meeting,
however, Alderman Madden will recommend that the entire main building
be lowered to the level of Victoria
Btreet. His argument is that this
course is the only practical solution
of the problem, and that as it will be
done sooner or later the council may
as well go ahead with the work#now.
A HANDSOME TROPHY���
Patenaude Brothers' stuff are engaged engraving a couple of the trophies to be competed fur at the Rossland Carnival this week. One of these
is a Bilver punch bowl, lined witli
satin gold, 13 inches high and 15
inches across the top. On one side is
a view in re!, f of the eity of Rossland, and on t'1.6 i.ther is an inscription. The bnwl is presented for competition for the snow-shoe championship
of the province and was donated by
Fred M. Wells who captured the Le
Boi cup iu 'i)8, 'UU and 1900. The
second cup is a handsome curling trophy presented by J. W. Spring for
the grand points curling competition.
SEVEN YEARS   IN BED.
"Will wonders ever cense?" inquire
the friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law-
I rence, Kan. They knew she had been
| unable to leave her bed in seven years
on account of kidney and liver trou
ble, nervous prostration and general
debility) but, "Three bottles of Electric Bitters enabled me to walk," she
writes, "and in three months I felt
like a now person." Women suffering from Headache, Backache, Ner-
vou.'idcHs, Sleeplessness. Melancholy,
Fainting and Dizzy Spells will find it
a priceless blessing. Try it. Satisfaction guaranteed. Canada Drug tit
Book Co.    Only 50 cents.
If yon don't like Blue Ribbon Tea it's
booius*! you've never tasted it.
Consult W. J. Harvey, F. 0. M. ('.
I., about those headaches, cross eyes,
or the fitting of spectacles that aie
absolutely correct at McLean's Drug
Store until Saturday, February U.
Hours 10 to 12, and 2 to 5.
T*�� CURB A COLD IM ONE IHAl
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
ttruga-jatt refund the money If it falls to onre.
Mo,  It, W, Urn,.' signature Is on each box.
RAILROAD MAGNATES HERE���
A party of Great Northern officials
were in the city yesterday, extending
the glad hand to business men. The
party included .1. W. Blabon, of Seattle, western traffic manager; G. 0.
Sinners of St. Paul, general freight
agent, ; II. A. Jackson of Spokane,
general freight and passenger agent,
8. P, & N. ; and F. S. Forest, superintendent N. & If. S. They left on
the 0:40 train for Rossland.
TONIGHT'S   CARNIVAL���
The arrangements for the carnival
tonight are complete and the affair
promises to be tbe success of the season. The prizes are on exhibition at
J. J. Walker's Btore. Skaters in costume are requested to mask and a register of the maskers will be made at
the door. Skating for the general
public begins at 8 o'clock, and last for
an hour when there will be a short
interim while the judging proceeds.
LAST SAD RITES���
Tho arrangements for the funeral
of the late C. D. Mackenzie, manager
of the Arlington (Erie) mine, depends
upon the arrival of the 30 or 40J men
employed ut the mine. TheyJ are expected to reach here by the Nelson tit
Fort Sheppard train which at last reports was somewhere between Waneta
and Erie. Should the men fall to
arrive the funeral will be postponed
till tomorrow afternoon. Otherwise
the procession wil form at McArthnr
A company's undertaking parlors on
Vernon street and proceed to St.
Paul's Presbyterian church where the
services will be conducted by the Rev.
II. Young of Ymir, assisted by the
pastor. Dr. Wright, if the latter is in
the city. The local Odd FellowB will
parade in honor of their deceased
brother and all members and visiting
brethren are asked to assemble at the
lodge room, at 3:30. The pall hearers
are tb be Messrs. S. S. Fowler, Bruce
White, George Kydd, Captain Dunoan,
0. 0. Buchanan and Hamilton Byers.
After the service the body will be
taken to the city wharf for shipment
via the steamer International and
the Great Northern road to Cincinnati, Ohio. Tbe interment takes
place at Spring Grove cemetery in the
Ohio metropolis.
to cure:the grip in two days
Laxative Broino-Quinine removes the oaut*e.
Are you in want? If you are, tell
the people, through The Miner want
column, what you are in want of.
You'll get it.
ii i fl 11 Cm' uttuJiiii ^ii^ttiiasil^iiSSii^ilttall
MEN!
f   "A '"Naming Voice"
:;
Ih Uio title of an intoronttng little book
that sliowri how
SEXUAL STRENGTH
is LOST and how it may be
rkqaIVbd,
It* in Kent (-securely settled r plain envelope Freo. on rcoolpt of /c stamp tot
i   postages
a      Wo   oro  tho leading   special int.* in
cu>-Uik .ili ciiscs of Kidney and Bladder
Trouble, Sexual Weakness and lmpo-  | i
tuncy,    Syphilis,    Gonorrhoea,    Night
Lokhck,  Gleet and   Stricture,  quickly   |
nnd   permanently.     We   have   cured
( ) thousands at their own homes. All
letters kept Htrletly rivato and an-
Hwered in plain sealrc envelope. Con-
sultalion by mail fr e. Write today.
Address
DK.W.H. SAUNDERS & GO.
Bta- 0, Ohicago, 111.
Chinajiall
Telephone 261.
FOR
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE,
BAR SUPPLIES,
AND
COOKING UTENSILS,
.ROSSLAND..     *
Winter Carnival
���and:
Curlin? Bonspiel
to
. 12-16,
1901.
THE   PROGRAMME   INCLUDES
Eight Curling Contests
Under the Auspices of the Koote-
nuy Cm ling Association.
Hookey Tournament
For Senior, Junior  aud   LodieB'
Championships of B.O.
COASTING   CONTESTS.
SNOWSHOE EAOES
Ski Riic-h
Skating Katii-8
For   Provincial   Championships
and for Men and Boys.
Cutter and Dog Eaces
CARNIVAL   MASQUERADE.
13,000   In Trophies ana Prizes   S3.0U0
Rates of Single Fare for the Round Trip
On All Railways.
HT" For further pticuarlars see posters and programmes, or address
H. W. C. JACKSON.
Seov. Carnival  Committee,   Rossland,  B. O.
t^soskxxtxxsoraxsnaooa
Now Is Your
Opportunity.
During this month we will sell Boots, Shoes
and Rubbers at greatly reduced prices, and we
would invite you to come in early and secure a bargain.
The Shoeists L.IL-rLlJLl    Dl^O*!?.
>*-*-��-**��*'v***'w-^^
V
Why is it that I cannot read
like others at night without
getting my eyes tired and
inflamed ? Why ? Because
your eyes are defective, and
unless you wear glasses that
will correct the error the defect will become chronic and
incurable. Ninety-five per cent of eye trouble can be cured
by wearing glasses.
PATENAUDE   BROS.
OPTICIANS.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, M. C.
��VSS ������������������������ -SivS
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slooan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful a��4 nrornDt attention.
First Door West of C.P.R. Offices.
BAKER  STREET,
1 PIERRE   BROS.
I Ladies' and Gents' Merchant Tailors and Dyer*.
I Bolts Made to Order, Gleaned, Dyed, Altered and Bepaired.
I Josephine St., Opposite Clarke Hotel.
I Hall Orders Solicited. p, o. Box 034
.
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