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Nelson,   British Columbia, Sunday,   February 3, iqoi.
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Eleventh  Year
MEMORIAL SEKVto
Eight Hundred Citizens of Nelson Took
Part in Yesterday's Ceremony in Honor
of Our Departed Sovereign.
Services at Revelstoke.
Nelson's tribute to the memory of
the departed sovereign nas worthy
oi an enterprising and deeply loyal
community. The memorial service
was splendidly arranged and went off
with the utmost order and a total absence of the wearisome delays and oth ���
er features which frequently mar public ceremonies of a similar nature.
The proceedings were impressive. In
this respect the ceremony being unique in the history of the city. Never
before, and probably never again,
will such a popular outpouring of
respect be witnessed in the Kootenays.
Tbe Queen Victoria memorial service
will occupy a niche of its own in the
annals of the city and In the memories of the thousands of citizens who
witnessed and participated in the ceremony.
The procession   at   11:30  came  off
punctually,   it was   arranged   in   excellent order and was the  most interesting feature of the day.    The  mem
bers  of   he various   fraternities par
ticlpatlng were at their  headquarters
sharp   on   time wbich enabled tbe directors of  ceremonies   to   bring  the
companies to the starting point  without   delay.   The   marshal,   Dr. Quin-
lan, and   his  deputies   Messrs. Steel,
Procter   and Matheson,   lost no   time
In getting tbe procession  under   way.
The  parade   was formed   as  follows,
MM being the total strength:
Marshal.
Band.
Navy,   Army   and   Militia  Veterans,
10   strong.
R., 24 strong.
rank Knights of Pythias under Colonel Porter and Captain ,T. J. Malone
marched well and looked extremely
martial in tbeir striking uniforms.
The marshall and his deputies had
excellent, mounts and wore semi-military attire. Each had topboots, riding trousers, braided jackets, fedora
hats with purple and black cocadeB
and long shoulder sashes in purple
and black. Their sad.'lery was also
trimmed with the mnurni,*-' hues.
SERVICE AT
and
in   stron
Nelson Company, R. M
Maxim Gun
Mayor and City Council   and Officials.
Officiating Clergymen.
Board of Trade, 20 strong.
American   Citizens, 30 strong.
C. P. R. Officials, 10 strong.    .
Masonic Order,   85 strong.
Orangemen, SO strong.
Odd Fellows, 53' strong.
Knights of Pythias, 80 strong.
Independent   Order   of  Foresters,   35
strong.
Sons of   England, 3'^strong.
Knights of the   Maccabees. 20 strong.
Ancient Order of Foresters, 30 strong.
Fraternal Order of   Eagles, 16 strong.
Salvation Army Band.
Uniformed Rank K. of P., 25 strong.
Carpenters'   Union, 25 strong.
Laborers' Union, 75 strong.
Miners'  Union, 60 strong.
Typographical Union, 20 strong.
Plasterers'  Union 10 strong.
Citizens, 100  strong.
'When the procession  moved off  the
band  swung into the opening bars of
tbe Dead March from   Saul,   and   tbe
entire parade moved at a slow march.
The scene was indeed  striking as   the
long line of marching men crept slowly up Baker street   between sidewalks
crowded  by  spectators.     On   leaving
Baker street a faster step   was  taken
until   tbe  main    thoroughfare    was
reached    again.      The      militiamen
marched well with arms reversed.    In
front  of   the   company, in the  place
of honor of the   entire   parade,   were
tbe men who had borne arms at home
and abroad in defence of   the   Queen.
This party included H. E.   Croasdaile,
late  lieutenant  Her Majesty's Navy;
W. W. West, late   H.   M. Navy,   and
Halifax regiment for Red River  expedition ;   Sergeant   Major    Luscombc,
late Twentieth infantry and Fifteenth
Argyle  Infantry, two   medals for service in  Crimea   and   Indian   Mutiny
medal with clasp; John   Rodway, Alberta Mounted   Rifles,   Northwest rebellion; Norman   D. Stewart,   Fifty-
first Stonewall rifles in   Fenian   raid ;
tiergeant-Major   W.    S. Volme,   First
Ontario Rifles, first Red River expedition; Peter   Bruce,'  Imperial service,
medal  for  Soudan campaign;   J.   H.
Ellis, Eighteenth Hussars;   S. C. Sut-
oliffe,   Twenty-fourth   regiment,   Indian Mutiny; Thomas   Kinehan,   Second Hampsbires, Afghan   medal  with
two clasps and good conduct medal.
The American citizens turned out
in good strength and were headed by
a standard bearer earrying the Stars
and Stripes furled and tied with
crape. Randolph E. Fishburn, late
lieutenant U. 8. engincesr, headed the
Americans  in   line.   Tbe uniformed
THE GROUNDS.
At the recreation grounds a pint-
form sixteen feet square had been
erected in front of the baseball back
stop. On this the officiating clergymen together with the mayor and
council took their positions. The
militiamen were drawn up immediately in front of tbe platform with
the B. M. R. band to the right and
the Salvation Army band on the left.
The balance of the organizations and
citizens in line were massed behind
the rifle company with the marshals
in the rear and citizens to the sides
and in the grandstands. An estimate
of tbe number of people assembled
placed the aggregate at not less than
2,500.
Tbe proceedings opened with the
hymn "Nearer My God to Thee." an
nounced by Rev. J. Burtt Morgan.
Tbe Salvation Army band lead the
singing and the gathering took up tbe
familiar air with spirit.
Rev. Father Ferland followed in
tbe only address of the day. The reverend gentleman's remarks were brief
as the occasion demanded, but his
words rang with genuine patriotism
and made a deep impression. He said:
"Fellow Citiens:
"We are met here today to pay a
tribute not of gold, not of compulsory
service, military or otherwise; but to
make tbe freest of all gifts, to pay
tbe tribute of our tears for the death
of a noble and beloved Queen. Conceived in gratitude and in love this
sad and solemn demonstration is both
Btting and proper. Eighty-one years
of unsullied life, sixty-three of a just
and wise reign deserve recognition at
the hands not only of one people, but
of all civilized nations. It is not
strange therefore, that the grief caused by the death of good Queen Victoria be so widespread,
"There may have been in the past
sorrows more intense, but history
does not record one so universal. It
is a mourning not only of tbe Anglo-
Saxon race, but of the Teutonic and
Latin alike. There is sorrow deep and
sincere not only among the followers
of the Reformation, but also as well
among those who still adhere to the
chair of St. Peter.
"We had thought, because in this
case certainly tbe wish is father to
the thought, that our lamented sovereign was almost immortal, and we
wonder in our affliction how inexorable are the laws of death. We would
in our attachment recall again to
life our beloved Queen, to surround
her once more with our devotion and
love, but that is impossible. How
beautiful then, must Heaven be,
and how great the weight that presses
on tbe grave, since the one can keep
captive the soul, and the other the
body of a ruler loved by so many millions. But jinoe we cannot change
tbe laws of Nature, we bow in resignation and sorrow to the will of the
only Ruler Who reigns forever, but
we will always cherish the memory
of our noble, beloved and lamented
good Queen Victoria."
At the conclusion of the address,
Rev. H. S. Akehurst, rector of St.
Saviour's church, who wore full canonicals, read the beautiful burial ser
vice of tbe Church
solemn   sentences
touching   prayer   in    the    following
words:
"Almighty God, Thou art the Supremo Ruler and the final judge of
men. We come before Thee in the
hour of National bereavement, sorrowing for the death of our beloved
Queen whom in the fullness of her
days, Thou hast taken to Thyself.
We mourn for one who was more to
us than a sovereign, but was even aB
a Mother to her people. And yet in
our grief there is no bitterness. Our
hearts are rather full of solemn
thankfulness. We thank Thee for
the pure and beautiful life just ended.
We are glad that for so many years
Britain's greatest glory lias been the
unsullied life and consecrated womanhood of Britain's Queen. May that
life be for many a year and example
and inspiration to the millions of
her subjects. We are very grateful
for the heartfelt sympathy so freely
extended to us by all oivilized nations, and especially by our nearest
kindred. It bas comforted us in our
affliction.
"O Lord, remember our Empire in
Thine infinite meroy. May thi throne
be established in righteousness. We
entreat Thy blessing and protection
for our beloved soveielgn. With full
hearts we pray, 'God Save the
King.*
"And now, O Lord, we commit ourselves into Thy gracious keeping,
praying that when this life is past
Thou wilt receive us each into the
everlasting kingdom of our Lord and
Saviour Jesus Christ.   Amen."
The hymn, "Rock of Ages," followed, Rev. Will'am Monroe, pastor
of the Congregational church making
the announcement. Adjutant Gill
then announced the National Anthem. The grand old air was taken
up with a gusto which spoke volumes
for the patriotism of the crowd, the
male members of which uncovered
almost to a man. The fact that it
was the first occasion on which th^
new wording in which the King's
name is substituted for that of tbe
late Queen, was used in Nelson, made
the rendition doubly interesting.
While .the, number was sung, the militiamen and members of the uniformed rank, K. of P. came to the salute.
This closed the programme and the
procession reformed for the return to
Fraternity hall where the parade w,as
dismissed.
Almost without exception the stores
and business houses throughout the
city closed out of respect for the occasion. Toward evening some of the
business houses handling necessaries
reopened for the convenience of their
customers. The general committee
and others having the arrangements
in hand are to be congratulated on
the success which attended the day's
programme in every detail.
IN ST.   SAVIOUR'S CHURCH.
The   Sons   of England Benefit Society, Lodge, Nelson's Queen,   No  241,
assembled at Fraternity   hall   to take
part   in   the  public ceremony of  the
memorial   service   to   our    lamented
Queen, and   while   tbeir   ranks   were
considerably   depleted, owing   to   the
fact that many of its members marched with tbe Rocky  Mountain Rangers
and several   with   other societies, yet
they  made   a   goodly   parade,   oeing
marshalled   by Bro.   E.   McLeod   aud
led by Bro. John    Watson,   with   the
flag of their ledge draped   and lowered. Their ohief parade, however, was
made to St.   Saviour's church  in   the
afternoon.   They   assembled   in   full
force in the schoolroom   adjoining the
church at 2:45 p. m., and   led by Bro.
Rev.   H.   S.   Akehurst,   in   bis vestments, filed   into   the   church   as tbe
Dead March in Saul was played by tbe
organist.    At   the   conclusion of   tbis
sad voluntary, a most imposing   ceremony was performed, that of saluting
the   flag.    This   was   carried   out   by
Bro. Phillips attended  by a guard  on
either   side,   namely   Lieut. U.   Beer
and Sergt.-Major Steel, and   supported by the president of the  lodge, Bro.
T.    Morley.    The   lowered     flag   was
raised and inclined   first   to   the   left
then  to   the   right,  again raised and
supported while all stood at attention.
After   this   the   service   began   with
hymn   399,   "When   Our   Heads    are
Bowed witb Woe, " then the first part
of the burial service to end of tbe lesson.    The   anthem,   "Blest   are    the
Departed," Irom Bpohr's "Last Judg-
BRITAIN AND
GERMANY
Prussian Press Is Still Op
posed to England's
Friendship.
Emperor William  Reproved
for His Sympathies With
Britain.
Berlin, Feb. 2.���Excepting a few
Liberal papers like the Vossische
Zeltung and tbe Tageblatt, the German press has in no way received the
advances of the British press this
week graciously. Nine-tenths of the
press persist lu pretending that the
German Emperor's visit was a mere
matter of filial piety, and that tbe
honors mutually conferred there were
solely meaningless civilities in no
wise touching or influencing the sen-
tments of the two nations towards
each other nor reconciling their conflicting interests.
While for a couple of days after the
Queen's death, even the Anglophobe
press kept a truce, during the last
half of the week the press organs
speak out openly upon the. subjeot of
Anglo-German relations as existing
upon Ring Edward's accession. Tbe
Berlin Neueste Nachrichten today
prints an editorial rather friendly towards England, but points out the
enormous difficulties i f an entente between the two countries and demands
that England must once and for all
drop her old superciliousness and recognize Germany as her full equal.
Only thus could an understanding be
at all maintained.
The Lelpsic Neueste Nachrichten
and the Hamburger Nachrichten print
articles severely blaming the Emperor
for his prolonged stay in England,
the latter saying: 'That the Emperor's English sympathies collide with
his duties as German   Emperor."
The Cologne Volks Zeitung claims
that ic is a bold fight between tbe
pi- -Russian and pro-British parties in
Gernijiy, while the correct thing
would be to preserve good relations
towards both. The semi-official
press during the week bas been rigidly silent and is evidently awaiting the
Emperor's return and intimation.
Every German paper that has in any
way referred to Anglo-German relai
tions has scouted tbe idea of an Anglo-German alliance.
deal that has so far been announced,
there Is another great alliance hatching which will carry the community
of interest one step further.- It oan
be stated on authority that the Atche-
son Is to be brought Into close harmony with.thu Southern and Union
Pacific, and in practically the same
way the New York Central and Pennsylvania have joined hands, thereby
ending for all time the chances of
rate disputes between the two companies.
Hereafter The Miner will publish
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of charge, all situation wanted ads.
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B. C. BOUNDARY.
Washington,   Feb.     2.���The   secretary of state  and the British   govern-
I ment   bave   reached   the    conclusion
I tbat a new boundary commission must
be   sent   to   establish   definitely   the
boundary between the  United   Statea
and British   Columbia.   It   is   found
necessary  to   have   the 49th parallel,
wbich is   the   declared  boundary, located by  scientific  and   astronomical
observations.
Hereafter The Miner will publish
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A COMBINED MOVEMENT.
ment," was beautifully sung by a
of England. The' double quartette who consisted of
were   listened     to  Mesaames   McLeod   and   Davies,   so-
with respectful attention by the as- pranos; Mesdames Gocpel and Heath-
semblage. At its close Rev. Dr. ! oote, contraltos; R. M. Macdonald, O.
Wright, pastor of St. Paul's Presby- [ Newling, tenors, and Melville Parry
terian Church, announced the hymn, and H. Smith, bassos. Tbe remain-
"Lead Kindly Light." Ider of   the   burial   service   followed.
Rev. J.   H.   White,   pastor  of  the  Hymn 4"1, "Now the   Laborer's Task
Methodist  church,   then delivered  a I
The Several British Generals Are Now
in Touch.
Pretoria, Feb. 2.���General Dewet
had 3,000 men in his command when
he crossed the Thaba Ncbu line going
southward. The Boers have collected in foi-je. in the eastern Transvaal
in order to facilitate their escape.
The horse sickness now prevails in
several districts and is making communication more difficult. Organized
attacks have been made along the
eastern line and a large combined
movement has been arranged against
those taking part in them with the
object of clearing the whole region of
the Boers and ot supplies. Columns
commanded by Smith-Dorien from
Wonderfontein, Campbell from Mid-
dleburg, Anderson from Erstfabrien,
Knox from Koofonteln, Alleby from
Zuurfontein, Darenel from Spring,
and Colvllle from Greylingstadtareall
in touch witb each other and are moving in an oasterly direction.
SERVICES IN UNITED STATES.
New   York,   Feb.    2.���In    Trinity
church today   Majoi ���General   Brooke,
commanding  the  department  of  the
east  United   States   Army,   and   his
staff occupied   the   front pew on   the
left of the main aisle opposite the one
occupied by Sir Percy   Sanderson, and
his staff.    They wore   full dress   uniforms. Among others present were Ad
miral Barker, U. S. N.,   Andrew Carnegie and many other prominent persons.    When   the   organ   took up the
first strains of Chopin's funeral marah
the white robed choristers and the officiating clergy   filed into   tbe   church
from tbe  vestry   and   took   up  their
places In the  chancel of   the   church.
The Rev. Dr. Morgan   Dix,   rector  of
Trinity church, led in the procession.
Among     the     officiating     clergymen
were the   most   Bev. John T.   Lewis,
Archbishop of Ontario and Metropoli
tan; Bishop Worthington.of Nebraska
Rev. Parker  Morgan, D. I)., and   the
Rev.     E.   W.   Warren.   Archdeacons
Tiffany, Johnson and   Vankleck   took
a part,as did all the vicars and curates
of Trinity parish.
STATELY OBSEQUIES
Impressive Funeral Service Conducted al
Windsor by the Archbishops-Vivid
Description of  the  Chapel.
The Procession.
Buffalo, Feb. 2.���The beautiful and
impressive memorial service whicli
was held this afternoon in St. Paul's
church bespoke eloquently the Iov*
that the late Queen of Great Britain
inspired in the hearts of all who had
ever been her subjects, the esteem
wbich was cherished for ber by persons who, though being citizens of a
country of different institutions, had
recognized her as a woman of great,
power, of great capacity and great
virtues. A more impressive service
has not been  conducted   in   this  city
London,     Feb.      2.���Tonight    the
Queen's body lies in the Albert chapel
at   Windsor,       guarded      faithfully,
awaiting the last rites.    Within,   the
castle   is   brilliantly   lighted.    Three
kings and beads of principalities with
special   representatives   left   Windsor
this evening   after   lunching   at   the
castle.    It   was   at Windsor that   the
only   hitches  In   the   elaborate   programme   of   the   day   occurred,   and
these added   to rather than   detracted
from the   dramatlo   and   pathetic interest.    The   first   and most   striking
was the   utter   Intractability   of   the
horses   attached   to the gun   carriage
bearing   the  coflin.    The   alarm   and
chagrin   of   the   King and   Emperor,
who had hurried   up to   ascertain the
cause of delay in the procession   leaving Windsor station, was patent upon
their countenances.    The horses struggled in the traces and the   coffin   was
nlmost thrown from the gun carriage.
Lord   Roberts   asked   the   King    for
permission to take out the horses and
substitute   for   them   ".lackics"   who
had come   up   from Portsmouth  as   a
guard of h��mor.    This suggestion was
quickly sanctioned, and the   last time
Victoria's body was borne before   her
subjects   was   by   hei   royal   "handymen," who at an   opportune   moment
saved the situation.    The other   hitch
occurred during   the religious part of
the ceremony.    The   trembling   voice
of the Archbishop of Canterbury, whu
is   almost   blind, had   scarcely   ended
the final benediction before he turned
to go   up the   alter steps.    Ills   sight
and strength failed him, and   he   tottered and groped and was on the point
of   falling,   when   the Arcboishop  of
York, who had   been   standing  some
distance   behind   him,   advanced   and
caught   bis hand   and gently led   the
honorable prelate to the  Holy   Table.
Then   they   both knelt,    the  greatest
dignitaries of England's church, next
in rank to the royal blood,their heads
bqwed upon the purple altar cloth.
Then the stream turned, for orders
came for the suites and ambassadors
to go out by another door. The returning throng met those coming up
almost at the coffin, well nigh causing
a melee.    Finally   they   reached    the
the    most     slnceJ
for   many  years.    St.    Paul's,    that
stately   plaoe   of   worship which   has I other door, and the body of the Queen
held many memorial   gatherings, was i was left alone before  the  altar,   save
filled to overflowing and before its
massive doors and on the streets surrounding it,were people who had tried
in vain to get in.
RAE'S RINK WON.
The   disposition   of   the four handsome gold lockets   donated by   Mayor
Fletcher for the bast rink  of   curlers
was   settled   last   night when   Rae's
Rossland rink won tbe final match by
a  comfortable     majority.    The   run-
ners-up were   W.   Riohardson's quartette.   Following    were   the  players
and scores:
S. G. Campbell
J   Bunyan,
C. G. Mills,
J. Rae, s. 10.
J. Lawrenson,
F. J.  Bradley,
C. Morrison,
W.Richardson, s.6.
for the stern figures of her gentlemen-
at-arms,with halberts in hand, guarding the remains as tbe bodies of Edward IV., Charles I. and Henry VIII.
were guarded in the chapel hundreds
of years ago.
Both Ambassador Choate and  Secre
tlngly     seemed
mourners.
All business ceased, even the drink
Ing houses closing   their  doors.    Th
newspapers suspended publication an
life   in   London,' like the rest of th
empire,   turned   from   its   customar
channels and waB   focussed   upon   th
three   miles   of     west    end     street
through which the   coflin   contaiuinj
the body of Queen Victoria was bein,
carried now merely   a symbol   of  hel
whom   often   before   Londoners   haa
cheered,   assembled  as they were   to|
day, but on occasions of  rejoicing,
The kings anil   princes beneath sill
ver helmets and wearing gold braide
coats   were   men, but the   sight  seerl
of the King riding after the coffin   ol
his   mother   and   Queen,   with    foul
kings   and   half     a   hundred of  thi
highest royalties   of European dynast
tleB   following   and   the     heredltar;
quaint attaches of the   eourt, was on*
never   to   be   forgotten.    The   multi
tudes were remarkably   orderly.    Tbi
whole     ceremonial,      including    tbi
massing of 30.000 troops and the enter
tainment of all the visiting perBonagei
waB an admirable example of organiz
at ion.    Tonight   the   "Captains   am
the   Kings   depart."    The    Iraperia
yacht   Uohenzollern   awaits   Emperoi
William at Pjrt   Victoria, King   Leo
pold and King Carlos have returned
London   preparing   for    their   return
borne, and Prince  Ferdinand departed
on an evening train, travelling incogJ
nito.    The   city   has   somewhat of
holidav   air,     thousands   of   persons)
parading the streets viewing the dec-|
orations,   and restaurants are doing i
tremendous   business.    The   uniforms]
of the militia and   colonial troops ard
visible everywhere  and their wearers]
are lionized.
Tbe hospitals cared for 1,300 persons'
who were injured in the crowd. Of)
this number, however, only sixty
were seriously hurt, including several]
policemen and solJieis and a numberf
of women suffering from broken
limbs.
Already the political   phases of  the]
occasion are being discussed.    The re-|
markable   predominance of  Germany!
and German influences is noteworthy/
Emperor   William's   officers,   soldiers!
and sailors were more  conspicuous in)
all the ceremonies than were those  ofl
all the other   nations   together.    Thisl
has had the effect of popularising Ger-I
many   with   the people who   reeently|
regarded her as their   most  menacing
enemy. It is evident that Englishmen!
realize that   King Edward's reign be-f
l gins confronted by a commercial crisis
j and plenty of   dangers   which   give i
tary White walked through the streets  shadow of anxiety to their  mourning
of Windsor with the  procession.    The j for the Queen
royal sentiments regarding the expres
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BIG RAILROAD  DEALS.
Continued on Third Page.
American Railways Combining Under
One Management.
New York, Feb. 2.���The Mail and
Express says: "The Southern Pacific
deal represented an outlay of 870,-
000,000 all of whiih was paid in cash.
Tha operation, however, extendi
over several weeks. The Huntingdon
stock was taken up and paid for early
in January. While the purchase of
the   Southern   Pacific  is the greatest'
Nelson's electric messenger service
should be in operation before the end
of this month. The preliminary arrangements regarding tbe stringing
of the wires on the city poles have
been made with the board of works
who will report on the matter tomorrow night. When the council's ap
proval is assured the work of installing the wires will go ahead at once.
At tomorrow night's council meet-
ng the bylaws necessary to legalize
the cancellation of the 876,000 debenture issue made last year and the pre
paratlon of the new 8100,000 issue
will be presented to the council for
approval.
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slon of American sympathy before
mentioned were conveyed to them in
the blue drawing room after the royal
luncheon in tho Waterloo chambers,
to wliich. they were invited in company with a few other notables.
Messrs. Choate and White returned to
London tonight in company with the
Austrian ambassador, Lord Lans-
downe and a number of others.
London, Feb. 2.���"It has been a
great reign," spoke Mr. Balfour in
his eulogy before the house of commons and it has a happy ending. All
London and thousands from the remotest villages of the kindgom paid
their final homage to tbe Queen today
in her capital and assuredly, as Mr.
Balfour said, the end of her reign,
which has now passed into history.
was happy.
Deep solemnity filled all heats.
There was reminiseent grief, the feeling that one of the empire's great Institutions was missing, but everyone
felt that the inevitable death had
dealt kindly with their sovereign,
that her passing had been happy as
her life was useful. They gathered to
honor her memory rather than to
mourn ber loss. As a Queen, she
was an examplar of solid virtues and
the aspirations and lives of the middle class of Englishmen, and   they fit-
IN THE   CHAPEL   ROYAL.
Windsor,   Feb.   2.���The   great east
windows of St. George's chapel   with
its   quaint   stained   figures   threw   a
soft light un this hurial and worshipping   place   of   Kings.     Before   each
oaken stall   glimmered  the wax taper
that burns   when   the   Knights of the
Gaiter   worship   there.    Above   their
heads, resting   upon   the   carved embrasures of the stalls were tne special
insignia of each   knight, while hanging over   head   were   the   motionless
banners hearing the strange device of
the   members   of  this most  powerful
order.    Un   each side   of the  chancel
flamed two rows   of  candles,   causing
the gold   and   the  red threads of  the
I knights to glitter. In sombre contrast
with these rows of   light   and   colors,
sat the long line of ptincesses and lad-
lies-in-waiting, making   a   foreground
j of deepest  black.    On   the   altar   two
j tapers   burned, but   within   the   rail ,|
I on each side stood two large   candela-
bras.    The      profusion     of    flowers
which was displayed outside the chapel ceased within. Iu the chancel there
were only a few   lights,   and the most
delicate green ferns were used  fur the
nltar   decorations.    There    was      no
crepe anywhere.
Among the early arrivals   were   the
ministers   ami    ex ministers   in   full
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Nblsoh Daily Miner, 0unpav*   February 3, '9����
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The Nelson Miner
Published   Evory  Mornln�� Except  Monday
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NELSON   PUBLISHING  CO.
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YOU NEED
One of These
Whittaker's Almanac.
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Dally, per month, by carrier     65e
Daily, per month, by mall     60c
Daily, per yoar, by carrier $ 7 00
Dally, per yoar, by mall    5 00
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WEEKLY MINER:
Wookly, por half year *, ������
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All Chock" should He made payable to tho
order  ot   Nelson    Pubusbino   Company,
LIMITED.
The   memorial   services    yesterday
were   a   solemn   function,   and   altogether   unique in   the history of Nel-
s in.    Nearly     three fourths   of    our
adult male population took part in the
preliminary procession,   a  proportion
probably   unequalled   by any city   in
the   Empire.    As befitted   the   solemn
occasion,   sectarian   differences  were
dropped, and   the clergymen of all denominations in the city   took   part in
the memorial   service.    It   was prop-
.erly regarded   by the citizens of  Nelson as a national occasion, while  the
presence  of  a  contingent  of  United
States citizens   lent   it   an almost international air.   In so far as  in them
lay,   the   people   of   Nelson   testified
yesterday   to   their   devotion   to  the
throne   and to their love for   our   departed Queen.
Canadian Almanac.
New  Vork Clipper  Annual,
Office Diaries, iqoi.
The  Great  Boer  War.    By
A. Conan Doyle.    Cloth,
$1.50.
The    Eldredge    B.   Sewing
Machine.    (Ball Bearing.)
$30.00.
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
K.-W.-C. BLOCK.
With the tact   for   which he   is famous, King Edward seems to be doing
everything   tbat   is possible to favorably   impress   his   nephew,   Emperor
William of Germany.    His  efforts are
cordially   seconded   by   the    English
press and   public,   who  would like to
see  more   cordial   relations   between
the two   great nations.    If  the   press
despatches   are   to   be believed, however, this feeling iB by no means reciprocated   In   Germany, which seems aa
uncompromisingly   and   unreasonably
anti-British as   ever.    The reason   for
this feeling is hard   to   seek, unless it
be jealousy of our commerce and   colonial empire.
People are asking what is going to
be done about the new postoffice buildings here. It is generally understood
that the local tenders have been refused as too high, but it is not known
here to whom the contract has been
if     it  has   been
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I Flora de Vineda ?
Vallens 6 Co. *
Two choice cigars, well known
all over the world.
Is it Common Sense
to pay from $50 to ��Q5 for a
Sewing Machine
when half that amount will get one ?
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If you have any idea of buying a machine
it will be dollars saved you to investigate the
merits of the
...IMPERIAL...
High arm, Vibrating Shuttle, Lock Stitch,
Light Running, fitted with Complete Set of
Attachments, and carries the Hudson's Bay
Company's Guarantee for Five Years,
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i Nelson Wlno House |
Great Slaughter Sale for the
Next 30 Days.
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IN order, to make room for Spring Gonds I have
decided to sell for the next 30 days, all goods in
stock at greatly reduced prices. A.l heavy
goods away down, cost not considered. And in
Clothing, Gent's Furnishings, Hats and Caps and
Boots and Shoes, I will give from 10% to 25% discount and all Rubber Goods at cost.
Now is the chance to partake of the best bargains in above mentioned goods ever offered in the
Koolenays. My stock is all new and up-to-date,
and the sale is genuine. So now avail yourself of
the best opportunity to get good goods] at less than
wholesale prices.
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ioOTIUT ELECTRIC SUPPLY k CQWSTRUCTIOH GO.
ELECTRIC  SUPPLIES.
Complete  Electric Equipments for  Electric  Power   Ti ansmission  and
Lighting for Mines, Towns, etc.    Electric Fixtures, Lamps,
* Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, etc.
Four Drawers, with Top Quartered Oak, $30
Drop Head,      .      ���      -      ���     ' ���      '    $32
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H. & M. BIRD
Agent, tor Eureku rtU.��ral *t*vuol h
Asbestos Co.
lasurance Co. of North America, Mutual Llto
Insurance Co., of New York, Quebec
Fire Assurance Co.
REAL ESTATE. MONEY TO LOAN
POR SALE.
Mrs. Snowden's residence on Robson
street and three lots fenced and laid
down to lawns,fruit trees and garden.
Hummer and winter ben houses,
woodsheds, etc. Also the furniture,
linen and crockery. Pure bred poultry, etc.   Full particulars on applies-
1 tion.
FOR RENT.
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Hudson's Bay Stores
Houston Block.
NELSON-,B. 0.
PIERRE  BROS.
Ladies' and Gents' Merchant Tailors and Byers.
Suits Made to Order, Cleaned, Dyed, Altered and Repaired-
Josephine St., Opposite Clarke Hotel.
awarded   or    even   if     it
awarded at all, neither does the date of
commencing building operations seem   New hou8e  ~ Waterlstreet   15 00
either   very   close    or    definite.    No  4-Roomed cottage  on   corner of
doubt Mr. Galliher will put in the
word in season necessary to jog the
memories of the leisurely Ottawa authorities. 	
The procession and memorial service passed off yesterday without I
hitch, and great credit is due therefor to those who had charge of tbe
organization. Dr. Quintan and his
assistant marshals deserve special
mention in this regard.
CRAWFORD   CREKK.
A   big   mining   deal   affecting  the
Ward and Gore Streets  12 00
(i-Roomed bouse on  Mill Street;
new; all conveniences  $25 00
GAMBLE & O'REILLY
Bakkb Street.
Crawford creek section has   just  been
closed   by   W.    N.    Brayton,   a   well
known   promoter   who has made   his
headquarters at   Kaslo for some time.
A   month ago   Mr.    Brayton   bonded
the Mabel May   group of claims   four
miles   up   Crawford, creek   from   the
bay.    He   has   now   turned the property over at 8100,000 to a syndicate  of
capitalists   from   Montreal,   Toronto,
Chicago and   St. Paul,   retaining   an
interest for   himself.    The Mabel May
comprises 400 acres   of   mineral   land
and is a big copper-gold   proposition.
Eight   contact veins   cross the   property ranging   in   width  from   twelve
inches to 30 feet,and carrying average
values   per   ton   ranging   from JIB to
872.    Some 82,000 worth of   work   has
been done on the claims, the principal
feature   being   thu   stripping   of   the
main lead which   is   exposed for 2,000
feet.    Under   the   terms of  the   bond
work is   to   be commenced   within 00
days.    The   size   of   the    proposition
makes it probable that the idea of establishing   a   smelter     on   Crawford
creek where the   timber,   power   and
lime rock required   are available, will
be gone into in   earnest   at   an   early
date.
Mr. Brayton is interested in a number of towusites at various points.
He acquired the Ferguson townsitc
some time ago and recently sold out
again to Ferguson & Walker of Ferguson, on a basis of 8GO.O0O. He owuj
the townsite of West Fork on Duncan
river, that ot Hall Creek Landing also in the Lardo and the townsite of
Silver   Hill   at   th(��   foot   of   Canyon
creek.       	
Have you an article of any kind that
you want to sell or trade? If you
have, au ad. In tbe want column of
The Miner will make tbe deal.
Real Estate and insurance Agents.
FOR SALE
Three lots and bungalow, 5 rooms
and bathroom, with all modern improvements, electric light fixtures
complete, good locality, good view.
Situation, Hoover Street, near Josephine.    Easy terms.
Lot 6, Block 5, Bogustown, with 5-
roomed bouse, new, $950.
Mill Street���Lot and 6-roomed house
with bathroom, modern conveniences,
plumbing complete, $1900; or rent for
82!i per month
Mail Orders Solicited.
F. O. Box 634
NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT.
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.
Put Us On
Your List...
We will see that you
are   not   disappointed
in superiority of groceries,  promptness of
delivery, or reasonableness of price.
From tempting breakfast   foods   to  richest
materials   for    dainty
desserts,   we   will   fill
your  wants  perfectly.
Kirkpatrlck ft Wilson
SKATING    RINK.
EXCELLENT    ICE!
Stanley Street Eink
OARS GO TO BINK.
Entrance Fee 25 Cents.
E. J. SCOVIL
MINING BBOKF.B, KOTABY FDMit
Windermere Mum,  CorreatondoiioB Sol lofted
WINDERMERE, A Q.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
head office toronto, ont
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to G. I-. LENNOX. Faker St
Nelson.
Pursuant   to   the   "Creditors'   Trust
Deeds Act"" and   Amending Acts.
Notice is  Hereby    given tbat   John
Leask and Francis C.   Bankin, carrying on business in the   town of Cranbrook iu the Province   of British   'Columbia, as tailors aud men's outfitters
under the firm and  style of  Leask   tit
Rankin, by deed of assignment for the
benefit of creditors, bearing date  the
7th   day of  January,   1901, made   in
pursuance   of   tbe   "Creditors'   Trust
Deeds Act" and amending acts,  have I
granted and assigned   unto Creighton
Ross  Palmer,   of Cranbrook,   British
Columbia, clerk, all   the   personal estate, credits and   effects   of  tbe   said
John Leask and Francis   G.   Bankin,
and of each of them (both partnership
and  private)   which   may   be  seized
and sold under execution and all their
real estate and   of  each  of   them   in
trust to pay the creditors of   the   said
Leask tit Rankin, ratably a.id   proportionately   their   just claims   without
preference  or   priority   according  to
law.
_ The said deed of assignment was executed by tne said John Leask ana
: Francis C. Rankin, on the 7th day of
January, 1901, and by the said Creighton Ross Palmer on the 9th day of
January, 1901.
All persons having claims against
the said Leask tit Rankin are required
to file with the trustee on or before
the 26th day if January, 1901, full
particulars ol their claims duly verified, aud the natci'cs of the securities,
if any, held by thtu.
And notice is hereby given tbat after the said 26th day of January 1901,.
the trustee will proceed to distri-,
hute the assets of the estate among
the parties entitled thereto, having-;
regard to the claims only of which he
then shall have had notice and that
he will not be responsible for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person or persons of whose
claim he shall not then have had notice.
A meeting of the creditors will be
held on Saturday the 20th day of. January, 1901, at two o'clock in the afternoon, at the offices of W. F. Gurd,
solicitor, linker street, Cranbrook,
B.   O.
Dated at Cranbrook, tbis 11th day
of January, 1901.
W. F. GURD,
Solicitor for the Trustee.
R. W. DAY
THE KELSON ELECTRIC TRAHWAY CO., Lilitt
LOT3   FOR   BALE   ON   EASY   TERMS.
Large number of Choice Building Lots adjacent to the line of their
Tramway. For price and terms of sale apply at the office of the Company, Mac-lonald Block  corner of Josephine and Vernon Streets.
A. V. MASON. Secretary.
FOR SALE.
81,000���Lots 14 to 21, Block 47,
Hoover Street, between Hall and
Josephine.
81,250���LotB 21 to 24, Block 42, corner Ward and Latimer.
8750���Lots 15, 16 and 17, Block 44,
corner Latimer and Kootenay,
8400���Lot 18, Block 44C, corner
Latimer and Ward.
Lot 26x120 and 8-roomed house with
bathroom, pantry, and electric light,
corner of Carbonate and Stanley Sts.
Assume loan, 81400: cash, 81000; balance, 8600. Equal payments, three
and six months.
Lot 8, Block 23, 30x120 Nelson Avenue, Bogustown, 8200.00
Lot 12, Block 24, 30x120, Davies St,
Bogustown, 8225.00
Lot 31 ant! 32, Block 2,60x120, Hume
Addition, with bouse on same, 82,-
100.00.
Lots 21 aid 22, Block 31; house on
each lot; all modern conveniences;
bringing in 825 per month each; Carbonate Street; 84,000.
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and For ter.
DBOP IN AND SEE US.
Nelinn. B. 0.
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the highest oasb prioe for all
kinds of second band goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to ���
needle. Furniture, stores, oarpertc,
cooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Bos 800. Ht��U
Street. Nelwra. P. O.
C.W.WEST&CO.
Coal and Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's   Nest  Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,   -    -   $10.75
DELIVERED.
No order can be accepted unleet
accompanied by cash.
Office Oorner Ball and Baker Street*
TKUEFBOm M.
Atlantic S. S. Lines.
From Portland, Me.
Allan Line Tuniaian Jin 19
Allan Lino Numiilian Fob II
Dominion Lino Cambroman Jan 23
Dominion Line Vancouver Fob2
From St. John anil Halifax
Denver Lino Lako Ontario Jan 25
Beaver Line Lako Champlaln Feb 8
From Boston
Dominion Lino New England Jan 30
From Now York
Cunard Lino Umin-iii  Jan 1!)
I Cunard Lino Camp nia Jan 26
I White Star Line Majestic Jan 23
White Star Lino Uceauio Jan 30
American Line Krieeland Jan '13
N. G. L. Allor Jan29
Passages arranged to and from all European
poiutfl. For ratos, Ucko.a and full information
apply to C. P. ft. depot agent or H. h. Brown
City Passenger Agont. Nelson, B. C.
|        General Agent, C.P.B, Office,, Winnipeg
WEAK,NERVOUSWOMEN
Could we read tbo hearts of woman, what a
vast amount of miirorinit would be oxpo=od,
Fkmalk Weakness has produced mora in-
validH among women than any othor cause.
Have you any of tno following symptoms?
Norvousnesi, Weakness. Backacbo, Houdaoho,
"All Gone" Feeling. Hot Flushes, Variable
Aopcttte, Restlessness, No Ambition, Easily
Excilod, Pninful Periods, Bearinp-down PainB,
Leuchorrhooa, Pimples on tho i* ace, Pains in
tne I-olns, Eyes Sunken, No Vital Enorgy, etc.
Wk Can Cork You. It mattors not who has
treated and failcdin curingyou. Consultation
1 by Mail is Absolutely Free, and if curable wo
will tell you so. Don't let surgoons operate on
ou V'.e can cure you without cutting. Oua
law Method Treatment is mild and pleasant. Family Doctors havo troatcd you for
years, and yet you are not oureu���they only
help you from time to time. Let us euro you
at Your Own Home by our Now Method
Treatment. Hundreds are being cured. Why
not you J We will mall you our Symptom
Blank simply for the asking, and we will toll
you free ot ohargo what we think of your
oaso. Remember, your letters aro kept strictly
private and confidential and are answered in
plain sealed envelope. Write at once, enclosing kUrop for reply, Address I>K, w. II.
.Aimi.KK-t * ��0- Sin. ��* Cblctgo, 111,
Mention this papr
NOTICE OP ASSIGNMENT. I
Pursuant to the "Creditors' Trust]
Deeds Act" and Amending Acts. I
Notice is hereby given that George
Bremner, carrying on business on
Baker street in the town of Cranbrook
in the Province of British Columbia, under the firm and style of
George Bremner tit Son, as general
merchants, by deed of assignment for
tbe benefit of creditors, bearing date
of tbe 10th day of January, 1001, made
iu pursuance of tbe "Creditors' Trust
Deeds Act" and amending acts has
granted and assigned unto Bobert Edward Sherlock, of Lethbrldge, Alberta,
North West Territories, merchant, all
his personal estate,credits and effects,
which may be seized and sold under
execution and all his real estate, in
trust to pay the creditors of the said
George Bremner St Son, ratably and
proportionately tbeir just claims without preference or priority according to
law.
The said deed of assignment was
executed by tbe said George liremner
and the said Bobert Edward Sherlock on the loth day of January. 1001.
Ail persons having claims against
the said George Bremner tit Son are
required to file with tbe assignee full
particulars of tbeir claims duly verified, and the nature of the securities if
any held by tbem, on or before the
2nth day of January,   A. D. 1901. _
And notice is hereby given tbat after tbe said 28th day of January, 1901,
tbe assignee will proceed to distribute
the assets of the estate among the
parties entitled thereto, having regard
to the claims only of which the assignee shall then have had notice, and
tbat the said assignee will not be responsible for tbe assets, or any part
thereof, so distributed to any person
or persons, firm or' corporation, of.
whose debt or claim be shall not then '
have had notice.
A meeting of the creditors will be
held on Monday the 28th day of Jan-
uay, A. D. 1901, in the premises of
the said debtor, Baker street, Cranbrook, B. C , at the hour of two
o'clock in the afternoon.
Dated at Cranbrook this 14th day
of January, A.  D. 1901.
W. F. GURD,
Solic"'"- for the Assigue.
Lumber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles,
Mouldings. Sash Doors.
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill st PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LARJ 0.
HEADiOFFICE:  NELSON-
J. A."SAYWARD.
H.E.CROASDAILE
MINE & SHAKE BROKER.    '
connissioiN agent.
P. 0. Box 626. Cable Address: "Croasdalle,"
Nelson.   Gode-Morolno & Neal.
Is prepared to negotiate the sale of
developed mines. Has arranged for
dealing in shares on the London and
Muntreiil Stock Exchungts. Shares
bought and sold in London on margin.
Will take charge of the interests of
absentee investors.
Office: Selous Block, Nelson, B. O.
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.
j W. P. TIERNEV,
! General Agent.
Tel. No. 265,
WADDS    BROS,,
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
Baker Street,
NELSON.   -   ��   B.C.
A. R. BARROW, a. M. l o.b
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Corner Victoria and Kootenay Stt.
P. O. Box 559. Telephone No. 95
F. O. GBEKN        F. S. CLEMENTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Laria
Surveyor*.
P. 0. Bos US XrtKW B, A
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���*���*.. Nelson Daily Miner, Sunday, February 3,  1901
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MEMORIAL  SERVICES.
Continued from First Page.
is O'er," an address by the rector,
hymn 380, "Days and Moments Quickly Flying," and the benediction
brought a most impressive service to a
elose.
Again saluting the flag the Sons of
England passed out of the church.
The church- was tastefully draped
witb purple and black silk, and a
crowded congregation testified to the
most solemn and impressive service
ever held -in Nelson. The Sons of
England have a right to be proud of
their flag, it was won in open competition with all the S. O. E. lodges
of B. C. and is of very rich pure silk
furthermore this is the only society
in Canada permitted to use the white
ensign.
AT   KEVELSTOKE.
Revelstoke, Feb. 3.���The memorial
services held today in Revelstoke to
mark the burial of Queen Viotorla
were the biggest'demonstration ever
seen in this city. The weather was
splendid "Queen's weather" to the
last, and the opera house was filled to
overflowing.-   The   clergy and congre-
tions   of   all   denominations,    the
lenevolent  inooietles,   board   of trade
nd business men, school children and
very place of civic life   took place all
rider tbe direction, of Mayor Kllpat-
���lck and the city   council.    Addresses
ere made on tbe   Queen.    The  band
���played the procession to and   from the
jopera   house,  which   was   splendidly
" raped in mourning   emblems  by the
adies.   Altogether   it  was a remark-
.bio  occasion in   this   citv's history,
nd  great   credit   is   due Mayor Kil-
latrick for   his   successful   organiza-
ion.    Memorial services are held also
In all the churches here tonight.
STRIKES A  RICH FIND.
'I   was   troubled foi several  years
vith chronic indigestion   and nervous
debility," writes F, L. Oreen, of Lan-
saster, N. H., "No remedy helped me
until I began   using Electric   Bitters,
vhich did me more good than all  the
nedicines I ever used.   They have al-
i kept   my wife  in  excellent health
jkJxioi years,    She   says Electric   Bitters
'Tjtte just splendid for female - troubles;
.   .that they are a grand tonic and invig-
Orator for   weak, run   down   women.
No other medicine can   take its place
in our family."    Try them.    Only   50
Cents.   Satisfaction     guaranteed,   by
w��jk\ Canada Drug Book Co.
Consult W. J. Harvey, F.   0. M.   C.
;I.. about those head aches, cross eyes,
r the fitting  of  spectacles   that   are
-absolutely correct at   McLean's  Drug
Btore   until   Saturday   February     V.
Hours 10 to 13, and 2 to 5.
Hereafter The Miner will publish
its want column three times, free
Charge, all situation' wanted ads. If
<u are out of work The Miner will
ilp you secure employment If you
ant to hire someone watch TheMin-
want column.
If yon don't like Bine Bibbon Tea it's
tusfl you've never tasted it.
����
il. Big-nature is on every box of the genuine
fixative Bromo-Quinine v*bleta
remedy that cures m cold ta smn dagr
[DRUNKENNESS CAN
BE CURED
I IS YOUR HUSBAND, BROTH-
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Kelatives afflicted with the Dis
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?t�� sure cure which can be given
With or without the knowledge
Of the patient. Send for partic-
jfilnrj, enclosing 3 cent stamp
ffior reply. Address Dr. W. H.
lunders tit Co., Chicago, 111,
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HOW TO BE
JOYFUL
Ceylon and India Tea
GREEN OR BLACK.
To get clean GREEN tea use the machine-made tea
v
of Ceylon and India-   It contains no adulterants, no
sticks, no willow leaves���it's all tea*
The same is true of BLACK*
I have now in stock a line
of all classes of
TWEEDS, WORSTEDS
and SERGES
Special Line of Tweed Suitings at $25.
E. SKINNER,
Successor to Fred J. Squire-
F.J. SQUIRE. MANAGER
pflut' 4h4hsMl4& -
JtUrih
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
t Sou Line
FIRST-CLASS   SLEEPERS ON ALL
TRAINS FROM REVELSTOKE
AND KOOTENAY LAND-
.     INO.
Also TOURIST OARS passing  Dun-
more Junction Daily for St. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and Boston, Mondays and Wednesdays   for. Toronto.
Same cars  pass   Rcveietoke  one  day
ear!'9r.
A   POINTER
for   tonr  eastern  trip is to see
your tieket reads via Canadian Pacific,
Trains and Steamers Depart.
5 -00   r steamer for Kootenay Land-
Daily
8:00
Ex Sun
9:00
Ez Snn
16-00
Ex Hun
18:40
Daily
ing   and  eastern  points   via
Crow's Nest Route.
Train   for   Rossland,   Grand
Forks, Green wood,Mid way ,eto
Train for Slooan Oity,  Slocan
I points, and Sandon.
Steamer for Kaslo and intermediate points.
1 Train for Rossland, Nakusp,
[-Revelstoke,  main    line   and
) Pacifiic Coast Points.
For Time Tables, Rates and fall information call on or address nearest Local Agent, or,
Jl. W. Drew, Depot Agent \Nelson, B. O.
H. Ii. Brown, City Agent. /
H. J, COYLK,
A a. P. Agent,
Vanoonvrr
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'v.
ut'.-puring the cold weather do
iHt worry about baking your
Nh bread, when you can
r��e Fresh Home - Made
HpAD delivered daily by the
BR Bakery. It is also to
Egad at the following stores:
MORRISON & CALDWELL.
M'NEIL BROS.
T. J. SCANLON, Stanley Street.
CROSSETT'S GROCERY, corner
Josephine and Lake Streets.
LESTER'S GROCERY, Water St.
HPPPENER'S GROCERY, Hume
,    Addition.
1��fxiAMS'   GROCERY,   Ward
Street.
^By Cometh In the morning,
itA And i> the evening too;
���.you eat bin home-made bread
$FYou'll be Joyful too.
Nelson A 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 s.teamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
pewits.
Connects at  Meyer's  Falls with
stage daily for Republic,   and  connect*, at Bossburg with stage  daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Leave PAY TRAIN Arrive
8:00 B.m Spokane 0 -40 p.m.
11:50 a.m Rossland 3:10 p.m.
7:00 a.m Nelson 7:15 p.m.
NIGHT TRAIN.
0:45 p.m Spokane 7:00 a.m.
11.00 p. m Rossland 7:00 n.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. tc T.A.
Spokane   Wash
G. K. TAOKABORY,
Agent, Nelson, B.O
HOTEL ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
RATES
By the week from $5 to 96.
By the day #1.00.
J. V. O'LATJGHUN, Prop.
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
'I-IHOKPK St. CO. Limited���pomer Vernon
X. and Cedar dtreuta; JNeiwiii���Manufuoiur-
oi'd of and wholesale dealers iu aerated water*
aud fruit, syrupu. bole agents tor Halcyon Hoi
Spriugu uiiuoral water.   Telephone tie.
XT ULSON SODA WATER . KACTOKY-
.13! N. M. Cummins, irtWHeo���Kvery kuowi.
variety ot soil drinks. 1* U box H6. Tuluvhoni
No. 31. Uuovor uircot, NelBOU. bottlers of the
i'..mous 01,. L*ou Hot tjuriuira.Mineral W..tor.
AKC1UTECTS
CANiil St MACDONALD Ui. Cans, James
A. Macdonald)���Architects and superintendents, Broken Hill Block, oorner Baker and
Ward Street*, .\ulson.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
HJ. KVA.NS St CO.-Baker Street, Nel-
��� son���Wholesale dealers iu liquors, oi-
Kan,, cement, Are briok aud tire olay, water
pipe aud steel rails, and general coiunussion
merchants. *-_J	
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
BKACKMAN-KiOt MILLING CO., LTD.-
Whoiesulo and retail dealers in grain,
hay, flour, feed. Mills at Victoria, New Westminster; itldmonton, Alta. Klevators on Calgary and luimouton Railway. Mauufaoturers
of the celebrated B. St K. braud cereals.
GROCERIES
AMACOONALO St Co.���Corner Fron
��� aud Hall streets���Wholesale grocers
and jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots,
rubbers, niaoklnaws aad miners' sundries.
 LUMBER	
���VI KLSON SAW ANO PLAN1NU MILL-
_L1 Ollleo corner Hail aud Front Streets,
r, olson���Lumber, coiling, flooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes. Get our
prioes.   Correspondence solicited.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
P   BURNS & Co.-Baker Street, Nelson-
���   Wholesale dealers iu fresh and cured
moats.   Cold Storage.	
WEST   KOOl'KNAY   BUTCHER   00.-
Balrer Stroot, Nelson���Wholesale dealers in fresh and oured meats.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO-Baker
Street, Nelson ��� Wholesale denials in
hardware, miners' supplies, sporting goods.
oto,	
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Vancouver Hardware Co. Ltd.) Baker Street,
Nelson���Wholesale dealers in hardware and
mining supplies, plumbers' aud tinsmiths' supplies.	
XT ELSON HARDWARE CO.-Wholesale
J3I paints, oils aud glass; mechanics' tools.
Agents foi Ontario Powder Works; dynamite
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
ri lURNER, BEETON St Co.-Oorner Vernon
X. and Josephine Stroots, Nelson���Whclo
sale dealers in liquors, olgars, and dry goods.
Agents for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.	
HUDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholesale grooerie?
and liquors etft. Baker Street, Nelson.
CCALIFORNIA WINE CO., Limited-Corner
J Front and Hall Streets, Nelson���Wholesale dealers n wines (cose and bulk), and
domestlo and imported cigars.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & FRUITS
JY. GRIFFIN & CO.-Corner Vernon and
��� Josephine Streets, Nelson ��� Wholesale
dealers in provlaio-o iired .,0 ts, butter and
eggs.
KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Best of
Quality, as follows:
Java and Arabian Mocha, per pound..... 9  40
Java anil Mocha Blond, 3 pounds  1 00
Fine Santos, 1 pounds  1 00
Santos Blond, & pounds  1 00
Our SpecialBlend, G pounds  1 Ot
Our Rio Roast, UpoundH  1 00
A TKI.il OKIM-K HOLICITEU.
WALKHHOOMSI
2 DOORS EA8T OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOOK, W. BAKER 8T.
rimllL.BQNt        m        U. C-
Miners, Attention! |
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
BENNETT'S
"CROWN  BRAND"
TRADE
"i rb ��:& "*:
MARK   g
Outta Percha Water-proof Fuse has been
proved and not found wanting.
No miss-holes.   No running.
LAWRENCE    HARDWARE   CO.
AGENTS
NELSON,   B C.
n
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO.
Paid up  Capital,   88,000,000;   Reserve   Fund,   82,000,000;
Aggregate Resources Over 865,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. 8. WALKER, General Manager.
London Office: 6a Lombard Street, E. C.
New York Office; 16 Exchange Place.
And 08 branches in Canada and the United States, including:
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Atlin GuSknwood Nelson Sandon
Cranbrook        Kamloops New Westminster  Vancouver
Fkunik Nanaimo    >��� Rossland Victoria
YUKON DISTRICT-Dawbon a#d White Horse.
UNITED STATKS-Nkw York, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Skagway,
Savings Bank Department.
Sepodita. Received and Interest Allowed.  Present Bate 8 Per Cent
Nelson Branch.
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
SPECIALTIES IN BRASS GOODS.
Moulding Hooks,
Curtain Chains,
Picture Cord.
Stair Plates,
Curtain Rings,
Towel Bars,
Fancy Tacks,
Picture Nails,
Curtain Rods.
Vestibule Rods, to extend any length.
Brass Rod cut to any length for 5c per foot.
M'LACHLAN BROS.
THE   PROSPECTORS'  EXCHANGE
NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. G.
Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
FREE MILLING GOLD properties wanted at once for Eastern
investors.
Parties having mining property for sale are requested to send
samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.
We desire to hear from prospectors who have promising mineral
claims in British 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,
Telephone No. 104.   P. O. Box 700. NELSON, B. G.
��VVVVVVV**l^**^VV*l^*W\V***r\***>��
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, M. C.
t-O ������������������������ CM>
Branch Markets in Roe&land, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slooan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful ��M prompt attention.
m
GKUGIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch diam. $13.60 per 100 feet.   For
immediate delivery   in   Nelua
Bppiro.T.
twrfc
OALL ON THI
MELSON WINE CO.
and try a battle, a damn, or a barrel ot
QALQARY BEER an It U the best and
oheapeut on the market. Also try our
WINE8, LIQUORS and OIQARS.
FRANK A. TAMBLYN. M.��...���.
Tritrhrma fit.
Baker at  Nebwa.B.C
AUCTION SALE
Lot 12 in Block 2, in the Cit\ of Nelson,
with stone and brick block thereon, commonly known as the Houston Block. Said
lot having a frontage of joTeeTon Baker
Street and a frontage ot i;o feet' on "|o.e"
phine Street, wi'h 16 foot lane at rear, will
be Sold by Public Auction subject to a reserve bid, on Monday, the nth Day of
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 fe CO.
Auctioneers.
Nelson, B. C.
The Royal Bank of Canada.
Capital Paid-up,
Incorporated 1869.
*l,985,OJ0.0O  I  Best, ��1,7IHI,000.0
Hoard of Directors    Thomaa K. Kenny, President;   Thomas Ritchie. Vice-President.
Wiley Smith. H.G. Bauld, Hon. David MooKeen.
Head Office, Halifax 1
General Manager, Edson L. Pease, Montreal.
Superiatendeni of Branches, and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Halifax.
Inspector, W. F. Brook, Halifax.
Inspector D. M. Stewart, Montrea.
Branchesi
Nova Seatla-Halifax Branch, Antlgonish,
Bridgewater, Uuvsboro. Londonderry, Lunenburg. Maitland (Hants Co.), Pictou, Port
HawkeBbnry, Sydney, Shubonacadie.Truro,
Weymouth.
New Brunswick ��� Bathurst, DorcheHter,
Fredericton, Kingston (Kent Co.), Mono-
ton, Newcastle, Sackville, Woodstock.
P. E. Island���Chariot totown, Sumruerside.
Quebec���Montreal. (City Office), Montreal
West End (Cor. Notre Dame and Seigneurs Streets); Westmount (Cor. Greene
Avenue and St. Catharines  Street.
Ontario���Ottawa.
Newfoundland���St. John's.
rulm. West Indies���Havana.
United Rules���New York (1(1 Kxchange Place)
Republic Wash.
BEANOHKS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria.
'-.-- Com spondents 1
Canada���Merchants Hank of Canada. Boston���National Sbawmut IBank. Chicago���Illinoli
Trust and Sa\ ings Bank. Ban rrnnelsco���First National Bank. London, Eng*-Bank of
Scotland. Paris. Eruncc���Credit Lyonnais. Bermuda���Bank of Bermuda. China and Japan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Uenefal Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange Bought
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and ori Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that in virtue of the Act of the
Dominion Parliament, 65 and 64 Victoria, Chapter 103
and Chapter 104, the name of
THE   MERCHANTS'  BANK   OF   HALIFAX
will  be changed to
"ftbe IRo^al Bank of Canaba"
from and after
the  Second  day of January,  1901.
E. L. PEASE,
General Manager.
Halifax. 1st November, 1900.
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 mail receive careful and prompt attention
ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.
We  carry a most complete stock of everything required in an Assay
Oflice and Laboratory.
SOLE  AGENTS   IN   B. O.   FOR
Morg-an  Crucible Co., Manufacturers of Battersea Crucibles, etc.
F. W. Braun & Co.'s "Cary" Combination Furnaces and B'irners.
WRITE   FOR   OUR   QUOTATIONS.
THE IC. ASSAY k CHEMICAL SDPPLY CO. II
Vancouver,   B  C.
Protect Your
Best   Faculty
and Save
^^^^ Your   Sight.
W. ti. HARVEY. F. O. M. C. /., Proforwor of Aphlholniototfr, Doctor of Optica
and Scientific Optician, of Toronto, has (riven night to i lum-n .d- that were MiffurinK irom
nlmoHt total blindnesH. I'ooplo aftlinlcri with Weak Kye��, HoatntelicK, I'm tin In i lie Hemt, Bjrtf
(���ninKcil or DlTOtWM, Doubie or lndtvUnct Vision, Lo--n of MuHcuIar Power, or any Kirorof
Itofraotlon of the Y.\v-. will bti \i\ww a freo eonhulUitton.
OIhk-cm fitted in imy 'jjl'Iii under a positive guarantee of patirifaetion.
AT M'LEAN'S DRUG STORE mull Saturday, February Dili.
HOUW 10 tO 19 Mid UUrJf 	 /
i i
Nblion   Dajlv Miner, Sunday, February 3, 1901
* NEWS OF
THE TOWN
Charles Wilson, K. C, of Vancouver, la in the city on legal business.
Do you want to buy a second hand
article of any kind: If you do, say
so in The Miner want column and
you will get it.
James Mcl'hee will assume ��� tbe
duties of his new office as superintendent of tho city's electrical plant
on Monday.
Lieutenant Ueer has received and
forwarded to Ottawa over 20 applications from Nelson men who desire to
enlist in the South African constabulary.
Provincial Constable L. H. Forbes
of New Denver, who enlisted In the
secoud contingent returned home last
week. He came through the campaign without a scratch and was
warmly welcomed.
A Moyie man named Callaghan was
brought into the provincial jail last
night hy Constable Barnes of Fort
Steele. Callaghan was charged with
the theft of a diamond ring and will
he arraigned before His Hour Judge
Forin on Monday for election.
The royal salute which was to have
formed part of yeBterday'B public proceedings had to be abandoned. The
committee having the matter in charge
reported that under the weather conditions prevailing it would have been
extremely dangerous to fire the salute
with dynamite as was intended.
S. B. Enman, who conducted a grocery business at the corner of Josephine and Silica streets last year died
on January SO at Charlottetowu, P.
E. I. Deceased left Nelson in December at which time he was in an advanced stage of consumption. He
never recovered from the effects of
the trip across the continent.
Dr. W. 0. Rose had on bis hands
yesterday the case of a couple of
Chinamen, the cook and cookee at the
Waverley Hotel. The Celestials went
to bed ou Thursday night witb a pan
of hot coals. During the night the
gas escaping from the coals overcame
both men and one of the pair was
almost beyond help when his plight
was discovered.
John G. Sullivan, C. P. R. construction department, engineer for the
Pacific division, was in the city yesterday en route to Lardo where he
is to lay out the work on the new
wharf. James McDonald who has
the coutract for the job, is expected
to commence operations almost immediately. Mr. Sullivan was accompanied by W. A. James of Trail, a
well known official of the construction department. Mr. James made a
reputation for himself during the
construction of the Bulldog tunnel
where he was in charge. This tunnel
was built on a curve through the
heart of a mountain, and when competed it was found tbat both ends fitted to a sixteenth of an inch while the
grades were absolutely correct, a
performance of rare merit.
STATELY OBSEQUIES
Continued From First Pago.
OAN FOOD DO IT?
Importance of the Food Cure.
To discover a food that will cure a
nervous wreck is indeed a Godsend.
Mrs. Stella Penal, 1227 West Thrity
first street, Los Angeles, Cal., had a
very remarkable experience. She
says: "About twelve years ago, I was
run over by a carriage and my spine
injured. My left arm was partially
paralyzed, walking whs difficult and
I had continuous paius and aches in
my whole body.
"To induce a movement of the bowels, I invariably had to resort to mechanical means. I would sit up in bed
for hpurs, suffering severe colicky
pains, caused by the non-digestion of
the starch of the food. My heart was
Bo weak that at times no pulse could
be felt, and it seemed at times as if
I must die. I fainted very often
sometimes lying in a half fainting
condition for hours, unable to make
or speak, though conscious.
Shortly after Xmas Providence directed me to buy a box of Grape-Nuts
food, which I have since eaten twice
a day.
"The Improvement in health has
been wonderful; now I can eat and digest food, my bowels act naturally
and regularly, circulation is better,
catarrh moderated, and I gained much
in weight and am better every way.
I can read and think, while before
my eyes and brain felt too weak to do
either. I can walk a long way and
have not used my air cushion for
some time and I have no further need
of it."
This is a direct demonstration of
the fact that Grape-Nuts food surely
does rebuild the soft, gray matter in
the brain and nerve centers, and any
depleted person can prove this by use.
One can not get well of nervous troubles without the right sort of food to
rebuild this curious substance which
is found in the brain, and this must
be rebuilt from the food
state uniform, their breasts a mass of
gold braid.    All   the members of   the
cabinet took   their   seats   in   a   row.
Lord   Salisbury   followed   wearing   a
velvet  skull   cap and   a   plain   court
uniform. The ladies in waiting, veiled
as the princesses were yesterduy, took
seats    on   a  long  bench   below  the
stalls.   The   first member of tbe dip
lomatic corps to arrive was the Turk
ish ambassdor. Long before the stalls
were filled the nave   was  packed.    It
was here that   the  stands   had   been
erected   and   the chancel's screen   on
the organ  completely prevented   Bev
eral hnndred in the   nave from seeing
what went on   in   the   church.    Lord
Rosebery   came   in   about  1:15.   The
majority of the diplomatic corps occupied nearly two   entire rows of  stalls
on the right of the chancel.   The ambassadors, cabinet   ministers, knights
of the Garter,   and   the noble congregation  waited   patiently,   while  the
gentlemen-at-arms    took     up    their
stand at the   chancel  immediately  in
front of the pitiful   line of   mourning
women.   In   their right   hands  they
carried halberts and even against, the
brilliant background  of the stalls the
scarlet figures stood out conspicuously.
At. 2:15 o'clock Sir Walter   Parrott
at the organ commenced playing Mendelssohn's march in E minor from the
"Songs Without Words."   The castle
clock  Btruck   the half hour  and   the
organ ceased.   Quietly, with  no   heralding, the Archbishop of Canterbury,
the   Bishop   of   Winchester   and   the
Dean   of  Windsor,   walked Irom  the
vestry   dovjn   to  the   chancel.     The
nobles rose to tbeir feet and remained
standing. Behind the bishops came the
chor.   The  sound ot the guns   saluting was slowly heard   and silence fell
on tbe assemblage. Ten minutes passed   and   Sir   Walter   Parrott   played
softly.    The   white haired   statesmen
one by one dropped   into   tiieir     ..ts,
the strain was too much, and the diplomats  followed suit.    The music   of
the bands   playing   could   be   heard,
first faintly and tnen nearer and nearer until the   majestic loll   of the funeral march penetrated  every corner ot
the church.   For 15 minutes the  congregation   listened   to   the    military
bands   outside.    At   3:20   p.   m.   the
doors swung open.    "I am the  Resurrection," waB   sung   by   tbe    choir.
Slowly   the   white   robed boys  made
their way   up   the   aisle.    After   the
Archbishop of   Canterbury   came   tbe
white robed clergy, then the coffin and
then the  equerries   carrying-  the pall
and the   regalia.    Grenadiers   carried
tbe   coffin.   All    walking    together,
came the Ring, Emperor William and
the   Duke    of    Connaught.     Behind
them were the King of  the  Belgians,
the King of   Greece and the  King  of
Portugal,   and   after   them came  the
royal princes who   filled   the  chancel
and aisle, and   whose suites   crowded
into the nave.   Mr.   Choate, in  evening dress, entered with the procession
and sat in the   corner near the master
of   ceremonies.    The     choir    having
passed to the right of the   altar,   and
the   Queen     and     princesses   having
passed   to   their   positions     in    the
Queen's galleiy overlooking the altrr,
the   service   proceeded.       The   Archbishop stood at the altar steps directly
before the coffin.    On his left was tbe
Bishop of   Winchester   clad in scarlet
robes, who   read the   regular  prayers
for   the   dead.      The   Duke   of  Cambridge had to be   helped to a stall being unable to stand   any -longer.    As
the benediction   was   pronounced the
King and all present bent their heads
low.      An impressive   feature was the
Norroy   King of     Arms'   pronouncement   of   the   t'tles  of the  deceased,
ending up with "God Save the King,"
delivered so   forcefully   and dramatically that his hearers were stung into
a realization of  tho change of regime
which had so   suddenly   come   about.
At 4   o'clock   the   service   was   over.
The Archbishop of Canterbury   bowed
bis head on the altar and prayed, and
the kings and princesses passed to the
left of the altar leaving the coffin and
the catafalque   and   passing into   the
castle.
railroad men hold a midnight meeting and determined not to work today
as they had been requested to do. An
imposing service was held at Edinburgh in St. Giles cathedral. The
late Queen's retainers at Balmoral
and the people of the countryside
generally toiled through the snowbound roads to the services at Crathle
church, which was attended by the
Queen when at Balmoral.
IN GERMANY. '
Berlin, Feb. 2.���Memorial services
for Queen Victoria were held today in
many towns of the empire. The
service at Hamburg was attended by
the Empress of Germany, the hereditary Prince of Saxe-Meinigen, the
crown Princess of Greece and Princess Frederick of Hesse. At' Munich
the prince regent of Bavaria and other princes and princesses attended a
service, and at Kiel eighty-one guns
were fired by the war ships.
IN RUSSIA.
St. Petersburg. Feb. 2.���The Czar
and Czarina and a distinguished
company attended the memorial service held in the English-American
church today in honor of Qneen Viotorla.
IN EGYPT.
Cairo, Feb. 2.���The services at All
Saints' church here today was attended by the Khedivial princes, court
officials, the diplomatic corps, the
consular corps, the ministers, General
Talbot and staff, the British and
Egyptian officers, Greek, Coptio and
other clergy. The whole of the
garrison assembler! on the Kasreluel
barracks' square, where a military
service was held and a salute of 81
guns fired.
MISCELLANEOUS
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the rate of ono cent a word tier Insertion. No
advertisement taken for less than 25 oontn.
Situation Wan oil advertisements inserted
three times tree of ohnxge.
RHEO'SBTAYPROLONGED
Character   Beading? Like  a  Magician's
Work.
Science has in many ways awakened
to man's aid and is revealing the innermost secrets of his nature. She
has enlisted the elements of earth
and heaven in her service.
FOR   RENT.���Cellar.
Bank of Canada.
Apply    Royal
WANTED.���Man <o*k (white)   wants
situation.    Good    recommendation-..
W  Grant, Robson, B. C.
WANTED.���A   middle aged     woman
for  general   housework.    Apply   to
John   Hutchinson,    mining     broker,
Cranbrook, B. 0.
HELP WANTED.-We must have at
once a number of reliable persons
and families in this locality to work
for ns whole or spare time, good
wages paid. No canvassing. Write
for position today. People's Syndicate, Dept. A., 130 Yonge St., Toronto, Ont.
IN INDIA.
Bombay, Feb. 2.���The mourning
here was universal. The stores and
Danks were closed and the streets deserted.
IT DAZZLES Th.   WC.11D.
No Discovery in medicine has ever
Created one quarter cf the excitement
tbat has been caused by Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumptions. It's
severest tests have been on hopeless
victims of Consumption, Pneumonia,
Hemraorrhage, Pleurisy and Bronchitis, thousands of whom it has restored
to perfect health. For Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Croup, Hay Fever, Hoarseness and Whooping Cough it is the
quickest, surest cure in tbe world.
It is Bold by the Canada Drug & Book
Co. who gnarantee satisfaction or
refund money. Large bottles 50 cents
and $1.    Trial bottles free.
Have yon an article of any kind that
you want to sell or trade? If you
have an ad. in the want column of
The Miner will make the deal.
CURED THE HEADAHCES.
For several years past I have been
troubled with defective vision and
have used spectacles procured from
various sources without obtaining the
relief desired. Alter consulting W.
J. Harvey, F. O. M. C. I., and wearing the correction prescribed by bim
I find my sight very much improved
and they have entirely relieved the
pain, headaches, and eye strain from
which 1 formerly suffered. Dr. G.
E. Limnger, Everett, Washington.
IN THE PROVINCES.
London, Feb. 2.���In every town and
village throughout the three kingdoms
business was stopped, shades were
drawn down, the public buildings
were draped and there were services
for the dead in all the Anglican and
in many of the Non-Conformist
churches. Some half a hundred individuals and societies at Birmingham
in a snowstorm piled up wreaths of
flowers at the foot of Queen Victoria's
statute. At Manchester thi> civic
body aud leading men marched in
procession through the principal thoroughfares to the cathedral servioes,
and the Non-Conformist bodies at the
same time held a great memorial
meeting in Free Trade hall while
others   attended    overflow   meetings.
In Dublin the lord mayor u.. 18
members of tho corporation, robed,
with the judges and other noble persons went to St. Patrick's cathedral.
This building and moBt of the;Protest*
Grape-Nuts  ant churches were draped with purple
A GOOD THING.
German Syrup is the special pre
scription of Dr. A. Boshee, a cele
brated German Physician, and is ack
nowledged to be one of the most fortunate discoveries in Medicine. It
quickly cures Coughs, Colds and Lung
troubles of the severest nature, removing, as it does, the cause of the affec-
ton and leaving the parts in a strong
and healthy condition. It is not an
experimental medicine, but has stood
the test ot years, giving satisfaction
in every case, which its rapidly increasing sale every season confirms.
Two million bottles sold annually.
Bosche'B German Syrup was introduced in the United States in 1868,
and is now sold in every town and
village in the civilized world. Three
doses will relieve any ordinary cough.
Price 75 cents. For Sale b/ W. F.
Teetze.l    ^___
TO CURE THE GRIP IN TWO DAY8
Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne removed the cause.
AGENTS WANTED-Complete life of
Queen Victoria. BeBt book, best
terms. Outfit mailed on receipt of 15
cents. Address S. C. Miller & Co.,
Portland, Ore., U. S. A.
WANTED.���To   hire   a   piano by the
month.    Apply A. B. C, City, stating terms.
WANTED.���Situation    by   man   and
wife, to   cook for a   camp, (experienced),   upply F. W., Miner office.
DO YOU   need   an experienced Book
keeper   and    stenographer.     Write
W., Miner office.
WANTED.���Every   man    or    woman
who wants   anything, to make tbat
want known in this  colmun.   A Min
er want ad always brings result.
ROOMS   TO   LET .���Clement-Hillyer
blook.    Apply  Tramway  company's
office.
FIRST-CLASS   Room and   Board,   in
private   family,   reasonable   terms.
Apply on Silica street, two doois west
During the last week Rheo was obliged to turn away many who Bought
interviews and so has decided to prolong her wait in Nelson. Her success
speaks for itself. Her cbaraoter delineations are correct and her prophesies made in many different parts
of the world have come true in num-
berleSB caseB. It is not necessary
to canvass at length the foundation
upon which this knowledge of future
events is based. Observation of the
repeated occurrence of particular
marks or signs in the hand has served to furnish the data for making predictions. Careful examination, through
identification and generalization
were the processes by which the laws
of scientific prediction were arrived
at.
Rheo will give readings from 10
a. m. to 8 p. m. every day except
Sunday. Fee 81.00. Readings with
chart 82.00.
m
ard.
WANTED.���The  reader to know that
if he   reads   tbis,   other people will
read his ad, in this column.
FOR   SALE.���Two    Smith-Premiers,
one Densmore, one Empire, good condition.   Apply   W. L. T., C. t>.R. Telegraph office.
WANTED���Servant      girl.
Mrs. Dewar, Victoria st.
Enquire
CHILDREN'S CLOTHES-Fancy work
and masquerade costumes made and
rented.    Green'8    tenement   in   alley
between Josephine and Hall.
AGENTS WANTED���For the life and
reign of Queen Victoria. Best book.
Prospectuses ready, free to canvassers;
credit given. Apply World Publishing Co., Guelph, Ontario.
WANTED.���Blacksmith;     must    be
good machine tool sharpener. Apply
at office of the London and B. C. Gold-
fields, Ltd., Baker st.
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.
WANTED.���General    housework    by
good working   woman.    Will  waBh
and   iron.    No   objection  to   leaving
city.   Address W. Miner office.
TRAINED NURSE   open   to   engagements.    Mrs. Seton, Silica Street,
FOR SALE.���120 acres of first-class
agricultural and garden land, 12
miles from Nelson on Kootenay Lake.
Will sell in 10, 20 or 40 acre tracts.
Price and terms reasonable. Apply or
address, A. F. Rosenberger, Room 4,
K.-W.-C. Block, Nelson.
HELP WANTED.���The  Miner   wants
you to help swell   this   column.    A
Miner want ad. always brings results.
AT THE HOTELS.
Z Phair.���W. Henry, California ��� J. E.
Mitchell, Chapleau mine; S. P. Mc-
Beath, Silverton; W. E. Zwieky, Sandon ; Denia McBeath, Silverton; E.
F. Wynne Heath, Sandon; E. Criddle,
Silverton; W. A. James, John G.
Sullivan, Trail; H. D. Armstrong,
Toronto; L. Shaw, Ainsworth; Howard Chapman,Victoria; Charles Wilson, Vancouver.
Hume.���G. P. Player,   Spokane;  A.
C. McLauchlan, Montreal; H. W.
Barnes, Fort Steele; E. L. Thomas,
Winnipeg; Mrs. A. Mclnnes, New
Denver; H. 0. Wybro, San Francisco;
W. N. Brayton, Kaslo; G. Buseombe,
Vancouver; Samuel Vila, Hamilton,
Ont.; T. H. Wilson, Silverton ; Eaoul
Green, May and Jennie; J. M, Fahey,
W. H. P. Clement, Toronto; A. M.
McMahon, Winnipeg; H. Martins,
Hamilton ; H. L. Ki-owles, Vancouver.
Queens���H. J. Woodhouse, city; S.
Singer, Vancouver; Howard Bush,
city; E. T. Turner, Winnipeg; Valentine Clift, Winnipeg; W. J Harvey, Toronto;   E.   E. Guille, Granite;
D. Clark, Pilot Bay; O. B. Appleton,
Eight Mile; A. Forrester, Robson.
PROSPECTORS having promising
mineral claims for sale are requested
to call at The Prospectors' Exchange.
Phone No. 104, Room No. 4, K.-W.-C.
Block, Nelson, B. C.
WANTED���Free Milling Gold Properties in British Columbia. Phone No.
104, K.-W.-C. Block.   Andrew F. Rosenberger, Nelson, B. c.
FOR SALE���A new house, ten rooms,
very convenient,with all modern improvements.   Apply A. E. Clarke, corner of Stanley and Carbonate   Street.
REMOVAL
DR. MORRISON, Dentist, has removed to his new offices in the
K.-W.-C. Block.
DRY ORES
TO CURB A COLA IN O.Vi: DAY
,,,,  ,, .,,  ...... ,  ,,...,...,      Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet*.   All
food ia made e��peoialiy for tbepuPo��e. j edged with gold.   At Urin tbe street w^t '^mvSSSuS ta �� 0W&tH��
Hereafter The Miner will publish
in its want column three times, free
of cllatge, all situation wanted ads.
If you are out of woi The .nerwi.i
help you secure employment. If you
want to hire someone watch The Miner want column.
Owners   having   claims   for
sale containing say
Lcss 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 devel
npment work done, transpor-
tatfor facilities, names of locations, etc., to
i   P.0.B0X,505,NES0N.
I B. 0.
*
Out of respect to the
memory of our dead
Queen our store will
remain  closed   today.
The Jewelers.
Successors to T. H. Brown.
$f
China Hall
A man is known by the onmpany he
keeps, a woman is known by the room
she keeps for company.
The Quest Room
Toilet Set	
Is an important part of the-lur-. 'shing.
If rightly selected it may be ornamental as any piece of f urnitii iu the
room. Do you i ntertaln guests this
week? See our Toilet Sets in the win
dow today.
BAKER  STREET,
First Door West of C.P.R. Offices.
I ln��ne*|ii'>ii<ii>ii't>ii|
MEN!
"A Earning Voice"
Is the title of an interesting little book
that Bhowa how
SEXUAL STRENGTH
Is LOST and how It may be
REGAINED.
It Is sent securely sealed r plain envelope Free, ou receipt of /c stamp for
postage.
We are the leading specialists in
curiug all cases of Kidney and Bladder
Trouble, Sexual Weakness and Inipo-
tonoy, Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Night,
Losses, Gleet and Stricture, quickly
nnd permanently. We have cured
thousands at their own homes. All
letters kept strictly rivate and answered in plain sealf d envelope. Consultation by mail fr e. Write today.
Address
DR. W. H. SAUNDERS St GO.
8t��. 0, Ohicago, 111-
D. J. DEWAR, J. P.
Notary Publio   Conveyancer.
FOR   SALE.
82,250 buys 8-room house on Carbonate
st., central location.
82100 buys good house on Silica Btreet,
near Kootenay.
81,550, good house near hospital.
82,000 huys good house with large  lot
in Hume addition.    Easy terms.
8000 buys two   lots,   100x120, on   Mill
street.
TO LET.
3-room   house,     Stanley st 8 S 00
3-room house, Mill  st  10 00
7-room house, Hume  addition., 20 00
���JOntxXXXXKXXtSOOOtMXXK!
..ROSStANBv
Winter. Carnival
���and:
Curlin? Bonsplel
TBBSflay to
. 12-16,
1901.
THE   PROGRAMME   INOLUDES
Eight Curling Contests
Under the Auspices of the Koote-
ruiy Oiu'ling Association.
SNOWSHOE BAOES
Ski Baots
Skating KttO'.B
For   Provincial   Championships
and for Men and Boys.
Cutter and Dog Races
Hookey Tournament
For Senior, Junior   and   Ladies'
Championships of B.C.
COASTING   CONTESTS.      GARN1VAL   MASQUERADE.
$3,000   In Trophies ana Prizes   13,000
Rates of Single Fare for the Round trip
On All Railways.
O?" For further pticuarlars Bee posters and programmes, or address
H. W. C. JACKSON.
Secy.  Carnival  Committee,   Rossland,  B. O.'
I iVWWyWWW*^ *WW��*)��-VMl*��rWp %%**wvw**w*��*^^^/*VV*i'iAr>*^^WS|'
Now Is Your
Opportunity.
During this month we will sell Boots, Shoes
and  Rubbers at greatly reduced prices, and we I
would invite you to come in early and secure a bargain.
LILLIE BROS.'
Importers  of   Fine   Watches...
Vfrnpiie
tCfmp'
vet
We carry a complete line of prize wlniicm at the World's Exposition.   They ore tho P��
Philippe, Agassi/., Longine. and last but not least the Empire, which are the brat value for 1 .
money.   Our line of American���Waltham, Elgin, Dueber-Hampdon, is aUo very complete. I
ot above watches are positively guaranteed.   Money refunded in case ot failure to witl**
Our watch repairing department is next to none in America.
PATENAUDE   BROS.
Manukactuhino Jewelers.
HEATING  STOVE&
For wood or hard or soft coal.
The  largest   line  carried   by
any firm in Canada.
���
\>l I
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 that the only place to buy
Stoves  and   Ranges  at  the  right  prices   is  the
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.!
M*W5yiSiS��^^^*^ii!*i*%iv^^^*^^^^^^^^^^r'^^^*^^^^%^:
A Snap! For Sale, $2000 Gash
����������������������
RIVERSIDE   RANCH
g}4 miles from Nelson, on Kootenay River; 77^<1
acres; *4 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.
���
���������������������������������
R. W. DAY, Agent.
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
Slga Painting and Interior Decorating a Specialty
F. J. BRADLEY & CO.
Josephine   Street,       -       ..     Opposite   Clarke
Hotel.
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