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Array Daily Edition No. provincial Libro. _31 oo
Nelson,   British Columbia, Thursday Evening,   November 15,  1900.
Eleventh  Year
IPPOSES THE
BRANCH MINT
)nilnent Canadian Banker
Is  Not  In  Favor
of It.
)nservatives Will Meet In
Toronto to Select a
Leader.
Roronto. Nov. 15.���The Canadian
Hiking Association opened in annual
Hlon hero today. Oue of the ques-
Hs which will likely engage its at-
Hklon before concluding tho business
Hbnt of a Canadian liiint, which is
Strongly opposed b.V '!- ',;- Walker,
general manager uf the Canadian
Bank of Commerce.
Ottawa, Nov. 15.���A report from
Colonel otter, delayed in transiniB-
s'.h, received yesterday, says hu has
been unable to find out why his report of those lulled in the buttle of
jPannleberg, last I'Vbuury, was not
Kblcd to Canada, lie says he sent, a
JKquc- to the telegraph office to oov
��the cost but it wiis returned to hi in.
Ifcingston, Nov. 15.���Archbishop
BJhuthicr. of the Kingtson Roman Cu-
jjfcolie.dliieese. lias   lieeomu   a member
^Btlic St. Andrews' Society.
Hfcttuwa, Nov. 1,1.���Mayor Payment,
at the next meeting of the City Council will propose that the City invite
the Duke and Duchess of York to visit
the Capital while enroute to Australia
where the Duke takes part in the
Commonwealth ceremonies.
Hit. Thomas, Ont, Nov, 15.���Jona-
_mo Wilkinson founder of the St.
Hiomas Times and nne of the oldest
spaper men in Ontario, died and*
ly here yesterday of apoplexy,
d 73 years.
'oronto, Nov.  15.���A patient In the
icral hospital   had a most  remark-
le operation   performed on hiin the
ler  day.    He   was   suffering  from
reading gangree.    Not a   vestige of
(e legs remain and   the bones in   the
were removed, the spinal  cord be-
cloBely approached.    The greatest
culty lay in serious injury to  the
fous system.    The man will   prob-
y recover.    It is said the operation
only been performed   oncu   before
the hospital.
Toronto, Nov. 15.���Members of   the
in in ii,    wing   of    the    Conservative
(my intend calling a meeting of sup-
brters,   to   take  place   In   this  city
J��xt month for the purpose of discussing the question of leadership in  succession to Sir Charles Tupper. Among
the  names  prominently mentioned in
that connection are those of  Hon.   N.
Clarke   Wallace, and   E.   P.   Clarke,
lor   Quebec the   names of Monk   and
, Casgruin   ate mentioned   and   for tho
] Maritime Provinces   It.  1,. Horden, Q.
B., Halifax.    It  is   also   proposed  to
Banquet Sir CharleB. Tupper.
I Perec, Que, Nov. 15.���Later returns
���rom Uaspc County give Rudolph Lo-
^tneux, Liberal, over 1,000 majority.
McKay (English Protestant), the defeated candidate in St. Antoine division, Montreal, Muisoncuvo is overwhelmingly French Canadian and a
regular Grit hive, while Terrebonne
was regarded as a strong Conservative
seat up to last week.
Toronto, Nov. 15.���The -lobe says:
II. U. Cook, charged a denflitc oiler
was mado of a seat in the Senate for
910,000, ThiB, unquestionably, was
the most sorious accusation during
tho campaign. It was not accompanied hy such proof us would satisfy
reasonable men. At sueh a late hour
there was no chanco to verify or sift
the evidence, had it been given. Cook
can see tlie matter cannot be left
where it is. It is too serious a charge
to be allowed lo drop. The fuel is,ho
must furnish tho full proof of what
he has stated, or stand convicted of
having given currency to a foul
Blander as was ever circulated in this
country.
Sydney, N. 8., Nov. 15.���Official
figures in Capo Breton County, give
Kendall and Johnston, Liberals, respectively 3,000 and 3,9113; Tupper
(Sir Charles) and Macdougall.Conserv-
ativs, respectively II,072 and 3,000.
Toronto, Nov. 15.���The annual
meeting of the Deer-Trail Consolidated Mining Co., was held here yesterday. Reports submitted showed the
Deer-Trail and Bonanza claims have
been paying their way. The old hoard
was re-elected by acclamation.
Toronto, Nov. 15.���Mr. Alex. Mills,
one of three commissioners appointed
to look into the grievances of the Pox
Hay settlers who left Anticosta and
took up their residence in Dauphin
district, Manitoba,last spring, has received word that the settlers are now
In a lamentable condition, typhoid
fever having broken out among them.
They regret that they did not go to
Cape Breton at the time the Dominion
Steel Co., offered the men employment, iustead of going to Dauphin.
Ottawa. Nov. 15.���Major-General
O'Orady Haley has decided that tne
arrest of Colonel Cooke, commanding
1st Prince of Wales' Fuslleers, for refusing to parade his men in connection with the Valleyfield strike unless
pay wns guaranteed them, was due to
a misunderstanding between Cook and
the acting D.O.O, Col. Cole. Cooke is
therefore released.
I Toronto, Nov. 15.���The infant son
John Ilayman, engraver, living at
49 St. Nicholas Street, was burned to
death last night and his mother prob-
fably fatally injured, as a result of
Ithe .former pulling over a coal oil
���lamp on the table tha oil from which
[poured over the, child's clothing, set-
Itlng fire to them. The mother tried
[to .mother the llames but failod. She
i received probably fatal injuries.
Charlottetown, P. E. I., Nov. 15.���
Yesterday waB declaration day In
west and east Prince, nackott, Conservative, wns elected in the former
by nine majority, and Lefurgey, Conservative, iu the latter by 225 majority. Writs have been issued for the
Provincial general elections, nominations December^ 5th and polling' December lSt_,
Ottawa, Nov. 15.���It Is reliably
stated that Mayor Prefontalne, of
Montreal, Liberal member elect for
both Maisonneuve and Terrebone
Counties, will resign his scat lu the
fiunii'i as soon as the house meets and
tha Speaker is elected, in order t. al-
/ow the party to nominate Mr, Kobert
THEY ATE THE TRADERS.
South Sea Cannibals Murder and Make
a Meal of White Mon.
San Francisco, Nov. 15 ���The schoon-
or Mascotte, which has arrived here
from the South Seas, brings tales of
aannnbnlism nnd tho massacre of
blacks on the Savage Islands. For
the past two years thu Mascotte has
been trading betweon the Solomon Islands, New Guinea and New Ireland.
Its deck rails and sails bear the mark
of cannibal spears and bullets. The
schooner arrived at Komoti, In the
Admiralty group, just after the mur
der of Herman Matsek, the trading
agent there. This was on August 29.
Capt. Maceo and a boat's crew wont
ashore and found the copra house had
been looted and tno trader's home was
a wreck. In the yard of the latter
a big pot was still sizzling over the
dying embers of a llro and in the pot
were found some of the bones of the
traders. The cannibals had not gone
far. They had found in the agent's
house fifteen guns and with these
thoy suddenly appeared and opened
fire on Captain Maceo and his orev.
A hasty retreat was made to the
schooner. The bullets from the islanders riddled tho rails and foresail.
Capt. Maceo brought Into play a
small gun and its noise more than
effectiveness scared the cannibals off.
The Mascotte, which Is an auxiliary
schooner in tho Carolines, notified
the officers of the German sloop of
wnr Zeadler of tho murder. Both
schooner and war ship returned to
Komati and the native villages were
shelled. Eighty villages were destroyed by fire, sixteen natives were killed
and twenty taken   prisoners.
HE SUES FOR A
LARGE AMOUNT
Ernest Mansfield Asks  for
Heavy Damages From
the Courts.
His Recent Imprisonment the
Cause of the Present
Action.
Action was yesterday started in the
Supreme Court here by Mr. Ernest
Mansfield, capitalist and mining promoter, through his Bolicitois, Taylor
��._ Ilannington, against Bene Laudi,
Jules Savage, Charles Frederick dc
Bailliencourt, and Ferdinand de Bail-
liencourt, all of whom live in France,
for damages to the amount of 805,000.
This mining lawsuit is one of the
most interesting that has ever been
brought before tho courts of British
Columbia as it involves various questions of extreme Importance, It is a
question between the directors of a
company and the manager of the
properties operated by that company.
It is a question where the company
did not advance the nccessury money
to operate the property, the consequence of which serious damage, to
the manager will try to be proven.
Similar cases have happened before
but ujne so serious as thiB where the
manager was thrown into prison for
the company's debt. It will undoubtedly be watched with the greatest interest by all mining men.
The defendants mako up the directorate of the company which is operating the property at Camp Mansfield on
the south fork of Kaslo Creek. And
against the company Mansfield has
brought six charges probably noue of
which would have been brought, had
It not been for the climax being
reached when he waB placed behind
the bars. Mr. Mansfield is now only
carrying out his intentions which
ivere published in The Miner at the
time of his imprisonment. ���
The first claim that iB brought by
Mr. Mansfield against the company
is that for the balance of money due
him to the; amount of 814,000. ThiB
amount of money wus advanced by
Mr.^ManBfleld for the working of the
defendant's properties from time to
time.
Mr. Mansfield next claim is $50,000
damages for the defendant's breach of
contract in not furnisihng him with
the necessary money for the payment
of tho men engaged at tbe mine, and
the result of which he was imprisoned
for eight days.
He also makes a declaration of a fifth
interesst iu tbe Rene Laudi group at
Camp Mansfield, and also one fifth of
the Black Hawk and Daisy claims in
the Slocan mining division.
Again ho claims one-fifth per cent,
of the profits realized from working
the claims, by virtue of his contract
with the defendants. Mr. Mansfield
had engaged with the company foi
two years as manager and engineer,
and wus to be given in addition to a
large salary, a fifth interest in the
property.
He claims an injunction restraining defendants from disposing of his
interests in the property and he also
asks for the cancellation,, of his contract with the company, owing to
their breach of contract that they
had made.
The last claim that he makes is for
damages to tho amount of $15,000 for
this breach of contract in not furnishing the necessary funds to work the
mines, and they were therefore closed
down and of course not only Mr.
Mansfield but all the stockholder! will
not receive any income from them as
the reBult.
ROYAL BETROTHAL,
Prlncoss Victoria, of Wales Will
Marry Prince George of Greece.
New York, Nov. 15.���Princess Victoria of Wales'.h engaged to be married to Prince George of Greece. Governor-General of Crete, says a London
despatch. Princo George spent somo
time at Windsor Castlo with the
Queen and the Prince of Wajles. The
marriage was arranged by th 'in.
MURDERER
WAS SORRY
Gonnell Confessed His Crime
and Said He Regretted It.
Sloan's Supporters Will Contest the Election of
Ralph Smith.
(SPECIAL TO TIIK MIPiK-l.)
Victoria. B.C., Nov. 15.���As reported yesterday, Thomas Conuell, the
murderer of William Ashley succeeded
in cheating the gallows, the self-iu-
llicted wound proving fatal. Before
his death, Council eonfeB_ed to Superintendent Ilussey aud expressed sorrow for the deed. The failure of the
surgeons to locate the bullet is accounted for by the fact that the ball
did not stay in the skull, where it
lirst struck, but circled the forehead
beneath the skin, and turned inward
at the centre of the forehead. A
coroner's inquest will be. held today,
us a formality, all the evidence showing a clear case of suicide.
The funeral of Will Ashley, Council's victim took place this afternoon. Tlie Sons of St. George, of
which order deceased was a member,
attended in a body, tlie funeral being
under their auspices. Connell's funeral will occur on Saturday. He was
a native of Clare, Ireland, and 54
years of age.
It is said that the election of Ralph
Smith, tlie Labor candidate for Vancouver district, will be protested, on
the grounds of bribery and corruption.
Tlie petitioners arc said to be the supporters of Mr. Sloan.
DOG SALMON.
It is Being Canned For Shipment to
the Japan Market.
Vancouver, Nov. 15.���As an aftermath of the poor salmon season on
the Fraser river last summer, superinduced by the fishermen's strike, the
canneries are still in operation at Stevenson, middle of November though
it is. They nre now engaged in pacing dog salmon, and although, of
course, they are not,; running a full
force of employees, a sufficient number is retained iu each cannery to
handle the catch offered. The price
paid to tlie fishermen for dog salmon
is exceedingly low, the current rate
being ^seven cents, whereas 20 cents
was the rate for sockeyes duringj the
season of last summer.
As year by year competition in the
salmou packing industry has grown
more keen, canners have found it necessary to modify their methods and
to utilize every opportunity to bring
the balance on the right side at the
end of each season's operations. A
case in point is the present canning
of the dog salmon, and the using for
this pack of the tins left over from
the disappointingly short pack of
last summer. This obviates depreciation in value of the tins through rust
and saves insurance.
The late dog salmon pack is designed solely for Oriental consumption.
Canned dog salmon, contrary to the
usual Occidental verdict, hns been pronounced by the Japanese not only an
edible, but even u delicacy, and the
entire dog salmon puck will be shipped to Yokohama before the end of
the year. The low price of seven
cents paid for the fresh fish enables
the canners to lorsee a handsome pro-
lit on the venture.
SPY MANIA.
New York, Nov. 15.���According to
a special despatch to The Tribune
here is now a fresh outburst of the
periodical "Spy Mania" in Paris and
sensational accusntons against tlie
Dlllted States War Department are
accept. 1 by Boulevard papers as gospel tMt .   	
REMAINS MUM.
Port Said, Nov. 15.���Tho Dutch
cruiser Golderland, with ex-President
Kruger of the Transvaal on board,
will leave this afternoon. The destination of the cruiser is unknown. Mr.
Kruger refuses to  be  Interviewed.
an American Monte Curio at Chesapeake Beach, near Washington. Senator Clark brands this story us infamously false und malicious. Yestorduy
lie wired his Eastern attorneys to demand an immediate retraction from
the Philadelphia paper and further
instructed his legal representatives to
sturt proceedings unless an apology
is promptly made. Mr. Clark learned
today that this same article had been
copied by Cincinnati and St. Louis papers.
MARCUS DALY.
An Inside Light on Some of His Great
Copper Holdings.
Now Y'ork,Nov. 15.���The Journal of
Commerce today says:
Marcus Daly's connection with the
copper interests of the country is well
known. Witn J. B, Ilaggin he owned a controlling interest in tlie great
Anaconda mine until it was turned
over to the Amalgamated Copper Company last year. The value of his holdings In Anaconda at tho time the
transfer was made was estimated by
some in excess of 810,000,000.
It was the opinion of corper men
generally that Mr. Daly's death would
have little effect upon the interests of
the Amalgamated Copper Company.
His long illness had practically forced
him out of activo management of tlie
company for many months. The stock
of the company advanced over two
points in the early dealings, though
reacting somewhat later. Nothing
definite as to the successor of Mr.Duly
as president of tlie company was obtainable,but it is the opinion of many
that H. II. Rogers, vice-president of
the company, will fill the position.
In this conueetion it may be worth
noting that Mr. Rogers recently made
an extended trip to the Anaconda and
other Amalgamated Copper properties.
It is barely possible that the death of
Mr. Daly may have a tendency to
bring about un earlier settlement al
the Montana litigation than wuuld
otherwise have been possible.
Considerable interest lias been manifested over the probable disposal of
Mr. Daly's holdings of Amalgamated
Copper stock. According to some reports, Mr. Daly sold out the bulk of
his holdings long ago. Others in closer touch wtih the company deny this
and say thut the stock bus not been
sold and that Mr. Daly's heirs are not
likely to sell it. According to some
accounts, however, the Standard Oil
interests will take care of the Daly interests.
TO TAP THE
COAL FIELDS
The Great Northern Railway
Wants to Use Fernle
Coal.
BIG SALARIES.
Berlin, Nov. 15.���The Reischstag
bill providing for a third suplement-
ary credit on account of the China expedition fixes the salary of Field Marshall Court Von Wuldersee at 150,000
marks annually with large fxtras.
The division commanders will receive
65,000 marks and extras, and lower
.Ulcers will be paid proportionately.
The above are five times the rate of
salary paid at home.
CLARK IS FURIO.S.
Butte, Mont., Nov. 15.���Eostern
friends of Senator W. A. Clark yesterday called his attontion to an extended article first published In the North
American of Philadelphia and which
bus had wide circulation, that he Is
connected   with   the establishment of
WELCOME TO THEM.
London, Nov. 15.���The Berlin correspondent of the Morning i'ost, referring to the alleged Boer trek into German territory in South West Africa,
quotes newspapers to tho effcot that
several hundred Boer families already
have crossed the frontier.
The German Colonial office hopes
that they will prove a valuable economic accession, but it stipulates that
the German character of the colony
must not be jeopardized. The Immigrants will be required to undertake
obedience to German laws and promise
that their children will become German subjects.
NEARLY READY.
Pekin, Nov. 15.���The note of the
Powers for the Chinese ^plenipotentiaries will probably bo ready to submit
within tho next ten days. This announcement was made at the conclusion of a meeting of the Ministers." It
is understood that all points under
discussion have been practically
agreed upon except minor phuses of
several of the most Important questions. Concerning these points the
ministers have cabled for instructions
which they expect to receive before
November 20, the date of the next
meeting.
CHALLENGE ACCEPTED.
Chicago, Nov. 15.���Secretary C. F.
Fox, of the Chicago Yacht Club, yesterday received the Royal Canadian
Yacht Club's challenge for a series of
races In 1901 tor the Canadian cup.
As the cup is held by the Chicago
Yacht Club at present, next year's
contest will be sailed here und thu
yuehtB will probably be IB foolers
again. At a meeting of the board of
management Friday the challenge
will bu formally accepted.
QUARTER   OF A    MILLION    WSB.
Chicngo, Nov. 15.���A special to Thu
Recoid from Geneva. Ills., sayai   Fire
totally   destroyed the plant nf the Ap-
pleton Manufacturing Co.,la this city.
Upstarted   In   the   paint   shop.    The
loss Is $250,000.    The company   maim-
I lectured furin machinery.
C.P.R. to Join the Main Line
and Crow's Nest Pass
Line.
The Great Northern Company has a
large force of men surveying a proposed lino from tlie main line at Kal-
ispell. .Montana, to Elko in East
Kootenay. The main object of this
line is to get within reach of tho coal
fields of East Kootenay as it is said
that the coal fields from which the
Great Northern has.been obtaining its
supplies, have reached their limit.
The force have been working there
sometime and it looks aB if the grading would start in the near future.
MISUNDERSTOOD   HIM.
Mr. M. 11. Cowan Corrects An Error
In an Interview.
Mr. Muynard II.Cowan, of the Cowan Coul Co., was unfortunate enough
to be misunderstood by a Tribune reporter yesterday when speaking of the
affairs of tlie coal company.
"With regard to our treatment by
the C. P. R., tho Tribune reporter evidently misunderstood me," said Mr.
Cowan to The Miner, this morning,
"for on the contrary the C.P. B. have
treated us most fairly und seem willing aud anxious to assist us in every
possible Way, and wuuld nut discriminate against us. With regard to tho
other railway, the Great Northern
have had a corps of engineers in that
neighborhood for some time. Whether
they ;will build a ruilwny there or
uot 1 do not know."
ROAD TO MAIN LINE.
Coal Fields of Crow'i Nest District
Will Have a Road.
It was learned in Nelson today that
the 0, P. R. had engaged Mr. E. Y.
Ilannington, C. E, of Fort Steele, to
begin at once a survey of a proposed
route through tlie Windermere and
Fort Steele district,connecting a polat
on the Crow's Nest road with Golden
ou the main line. It is further said
that the work of building the road
will begin early In the spring. With
the construction of this line the coal
fields in the Crow's Nest district will
have direct connection with the Coast
cities. It is said that when cheaper
shipping facilities are secured a very
lurgo amount of Crow's Nest coal
will be used at Esquimau for the purposes of the navy.
GRAVE ANXIETY.
London, Nov. 15.���The serious apprehension with which the announcement of the fact that the Czar was
suffering from typhoid feter filled
Europe, emphasises how much the
peuce of the world is believed to be
dependent upon him. It Is generally
felt at the present critical state of International affairs that even a temper-
eery weakening of tho influence of so
favorable a factor In the maintenance
of the world's peace justifies grave
anxiety, especially aa the Czar is regarded in Europe as a kind uf counterpoise to Emperor William.
SAVED THE CREW.
Philadelphia, Nov. 15.���Capt. Flett
of the liritisli tank steamer Georgian
Prince, from Hull, Eng., to this port,
reports this morning to the Maritime
Exchange at Reedy Island, 45 mile*
below this city, that he had on board
the crew of fourteen of the Norwegian
High Flyer, which had been abandoned at sea in a sinking condition on
November B, The High Flyer, a vessel of 080 tons, was commanded by
(apt. Audeison, and leftC.mpbelton,.
P E. I., Oct. 19, for Newport,   Wales.
FREE FRO?' .A-UC
WasliingUm, Nov I*,. Surgeon
General Wyman of the Marine hotpltal
service, this morning received the
following cable from Surgeon Thotnai
at Glasgow. "Glasgow, Not. 15.���
Wyman, Washington, D. C.: Port dec
iliiiid free from plague Nov, 14,
iSgd.) Thomas,"
..' Nelson Dailv Miner, Thursday Evening, November 15, igao
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YALE-CAR IIIOO.
It is nothing more yet than a rumor
on tho street, and may prove baseless
in the end, but it is said that Mr.
MaeNeill will not accept a nomination
for Yale-Cariboo and is to retire in
favor of Mr. John McKane of Rossland. Thore are many who will regret this determination on the part of
Mr. MaeNeill, for he has inspired
not a little respect for and confidence
in himself during his short campaign.
Hut no one is entitled to quarrel with
him for tins step, should he decide to
take it. It was with much reluctance
aud after a great deal of hesitation
he bowed to the wish of the convention ; and if he concludes to retire
now,in face of tho overwhelming Oovernment majority in the east, he may
do so without reproach.
Mr. McKane is a mining promoter,
and we understand will run in the
interest of the mining industry. That
Industry should have a representative
of its own nt Ottawa. British Columbia requires some member in Parliament who can speak for it with authority, and with the freedom of a
person who is not bound by party ties".
If this Province is to fulfill the hopes
we all havo of it, it will be due to the
development of our mineral resources.
TheBe are very great, and we want
Parliament to understand, better than
it does all that they stand for and all
that can be made of them. That understanding cannot be entirely and
surely reached unless we send a man
to Parliament who will put those interests above all otners. We want a
mining member, for the reason that
our constituency is almost wholly a
mining one, nnd it is time that mining had u voice at Ottawa. Should
the rumor prove true and the change
be made, wo aro not sure but the best
interests of the constituency will be
served by it.
Nelson's new postoffice and public
building. It is hoped he will not
bring his "beloved Tricolor" with
him.
The two Tuppers, and Tarte and
Sifton are heading this way. It looks
as if we would got some fun out of the
contest yet.
The addition to the list of permanent shippers of the Molly Gibson and
Highland mines during the past few
days 1b an important epoch in the history of Kootenay Lake "mines. Both
these properties have been shown to
be exceedingly rich and their success
should attract capital to the district
in which they Ho. That part of the
Ainsworth district near the Kokanee
peaks, on the Sawtooth range, whieh
is tlie highest range between Slocan
I,aim and Kootenay Lake, ��nd eastward to the latter lake, la decidedly
rich in minerals and the wonder is
that no great mines have yet been
opened up there. However the Molly
Gibson and Highland will give impetus to tho others who nre working
and it should not be long before; there
are a dozen shipping mines butivcen
tho two.
The enterprising mining men of
Rossland are organizing a Chamber of
Mines, on the lines suggested by The
Miner some days ago, and the preliminary steps have already been taken.
It is proposed that the Chamber will
include all Southern British Columbia
in the district whose interests It
will foster. A great amount of good
can be done by sueh an organization
nnd it is hoped that all the leading
mining men will turn in and be.p to
make it a success. But the gentlemen
of Rossland should give the outsiders
an opportunity to express their opinions before everything is settled. The
Chamber will uot accomplish its object unless it embraces all the mines
in the district, and as it will have to
be conducted on a large scale it should
be organized on a large scale. A general meeting should be culled so that
all the mining Interests would have
a chance to be represented.
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in common clay pots.
Hyacinth Glasses 9
inches high, assorted
colors���
25 cents each.
Post-Office Store
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
MISCELLANEOUS
Advertisement. Inserted under this head at
the rate of one cent a word per Insertion. No
advertisement taken fur leu than St cento.
POR    BENT.��� Cellar.    Apply   Merchants' Bank of Halifax.
The Hon. Clifford Siftou is endeavoring to strengthen himself somewhat
before he returns to Ottawa and will
be in this constituency to support Mr.
Ciulliher. It was a hard rap for the
"Young Napoleon of the West" when
his own Province went almost solidly
uguinst him, so in case of Mr. Galli-
her's election the Minister of the Interior wants to have a finger in the
pic. The talk of Mr. MacNoll retiring is still rife. If there is anything thnt would force Conservatives
to vote for Mr. Foley, in case of a
two handed fight, it is tho presence of
Mr. Sifton in the constituency. Sif-
tonian candidates are not wanted here
and Mr. Gulliher's supporters will
probably find that the visit of Mr.Sifton will not add any great strength to
the Liberal cause.
It is hard to say which one of the
numerous deficiencies in our postal
service is the most important one to
have remedied at once but as a starter
the authorities might put a Sunday
mail service on tlie Crow's Nest line,
as urged by the Nelson Board of
Trade. Why the mails should be carried over the line six days in a week
and not on the seventh is one of the
peculiarities of our remarkable postal
service. It took the Department a
very long time to learn that there was
a dally train ovor the Crow's Nest
Pass line. It will probnbly'tnke another very long time for it to under
stand that a Sunday mail service is
necessary. And while the authorities
are looking into the matter the question of mulls between Nelson and
Rossland might be considered.
WANTED.���Position   for   man    and
wife, as cook and helper in   mining
camp.    Address, "P" Miner.
FOR SALE���A few through bred cock-
erls for sale;   black ana brown leghorns.   Apply J. A. Sherling,   corner
Falls and Mill.
PRIVATE Board   and Boom.    Heated
throughout. Hot and cold water and
baths.   Three   doors    south   of   Post-
office, Ward Street.
SHORTHAND and Typewriting   done
at the office of B. C.   Riblet,    Front
Street, 2nd door west of   Hall   Street.
Tel. 151.
FOR SALE.���Florence Park Hotel and
Roberts'   Ranch,   situated on   lake
shore, 2J_   miles from Nelson.    Apply
H.  II. Cameron.
SHORTHAND���A few pupils wanted
to complete class (evening) being
formed by an experienced teacher.
Pitman's system taught in 20 lessons.
Apply at once "Stenographer, "Miner
Office.
H. & M. BIRD
Agents for Eureka niner.l Wool and
A.ibestoa Co.
Insurance Go. of North America, Mutual ILIft
Insurance Co., of New York, Quebec
Fire Assurance Co.
REAL ESTATE. MONEYTOIOAN.
FOB SALE.
Sixteen lots in Bogustown have been
placed in our hands for immediate
sale at prices varying from (85 to 8135
each. These lots nre all In good position and are first-class building sites.
FOR RENT.
0-Roomed house, corner of Wdrd
and Robson, all  modern conveniences  825 00
8-Roomod house, Hume Addition 20 00
New house on Water Street  18 00
Cottage on Water Street 15 00
7-Roomed house on Kobson St.,
between Kootenay and Stanley, nil conveniences 85 60
���^^^^^^^^^VVVVVVVVVVVVWWvVfccVV****'*-*************^
Prepare For Winter
A good old fashioned cold winter is predicted. Be ready for it
by buying strong, solid, dependable footwear���the kind that will
protect you from the rain, snow,
and ice.
We can supply your wants, at
prices to suit you.
LILLIE BROS.
The Siioeis-t
HEATING  STOVES
For wood or hard or soft coal.
The   largest   line   curried   by
uny firm in Canada.
COOKING STOVES
"Good   Cheer"   Ranges  and
Cook Stoves.    A complete line.
SOLE AGENTS   FOR  THE  CELEBRATEDZZZ
COLE'S  HOT  BLAST  HEATERS.
Call nnd be convinced that, tho only place to buy
Stoves   aud   Ranges  at   the   right   prices   Is   the
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
Isn't It Sweet ?
The delicate, lelinccl scent we
constantly strive to secure in our
perfumes has given us a lasting
reputation with refined people.
The true fragrance of the;blos-
soms from which the extracts
are made is so plainly distinguishable as to be delightful
to the discriminating buyer.
H. F. McLEAN,
Druggist
Baker Street, Nelson.     P. 0. Hox 220.
R. W. DAY,
Agent for
Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Cansda
Oanodinu Ry.  Accident  Insurance Oo
Equitable Savings, Loan  and Building
Association ot Toronto.
and
FIRE INSURANCE.
BOOTH  &  FOX'S  IRISH; DOWlT
QUILTS,.ETO.
Fob Sale.
Vernon St.    50 foot lot wilh hoiiBes on
same bringing in f 40 monthly.
80 foot lot and house, Baker St.
Fob Rent.
7 room house, all modern conveniences,
915.
5 room house and kitchen, all modern
conveniences, $10.
11 room house and cellar, all modern
conveniences, $25.
Also splendidl v furnished house through
out, including pimio; would be suitable as boarding house, $3(1.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, li. C
S-'*____^' ���������TTVTT,S___-'<4*
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by malt to any branch will have caroful _-4 prompt attention.
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
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
$1,700,000.0
V. nt min* I
fi Hrntln-Halifax I .ranch, AnUtfontsh, Bridjjewater, Guysboro. J_ondondorry, Lunenburg.
liiii-i) (Hani ��� C'o.K 1'lotou,  Port Miiwkofcbury, fiydney. Hnubonacadle. Truro, Weymouth
��� lEruntmlrk- Hathurst,   DorchMter, Fredorleton, KliiKHton (Knit  Co.), Moncton, New-
NOTICE.
Mr. Tnrto, thu   muster   mind of the
Cabinet, will noon turn westward and
promise Yule-Cariboo and Ilurrnrd
public building! nnd pulbio improvc-
incntN galore, in order to elect Mr.
Oalllher nnd "Maxwell and The
Mint." Mr. Tarte is ii splendid prom-
lner diirlnff ft campaign und it would
he a good time to strike him for all
we want, it will be in order for him
to exp'aln just why there has heen
audi a long delay  in the erection ot
All persona are hereby warned
.���ec'iiinni. dealing with or negotiating
Share Certificate No. 934 of the Molly
(llhson Mining Company, Limited,
for One Thousand (1,000) share, of
the capital h tor It of said company.
Haiti (Share Certificate was issued in
the name of Ueorge Kydd, and was endorsed in blank, and was lost, or stolen in Nelson, II. C., about the month
of October, 1000.
Dated this 7th day of November, A.
D., 1.00.
GEORGE KYDD,
Merchants' Bank of Halifax, Nelson.
DISCOUNT SALE
Twenty-five per cent off all
Trimmed and Ready-to-Wear
Hats.
MRS. ENFIELD,
Baker Street, i
EXAMINATION OF ASSAYERS FOR
LICENCE TO PRACTICE IN HRITISH COLUMBIA.
Notice is hereby given that, in accordance with section 12 of "Hureau
of Mines Aet," a special examination
for efficiency in the pract'oe of assaying will beheld in the Ci y of Nelson,
on December 3rd, lilOO, auu sueh following days as may be found necessary. Details of such examination
may be found In tho II. C. Gazette���on
file In each Government Office,
Intending   candidates sliould   make
application for such examination 10
days in advance to the Provincial Assayer, .Secretary of Hoard of Examiners, Victoria.
Such application to he accompanied
with the fee of 910.
RICHARD M'HRIDE,
Minister of Mines.
Department of Mines,    Victoria,   B.
C, 5th November, 1H00.
Incorporated 1869
Capital riilil-iiii.     ,    .    .     si.ces-..i.M.iiii I  Kent,
��'ce;ini ur Dlraelon:   Thomas K. Kenny,  President;   Thomas Rltohle, Vloe-Preuldont
Wiley Smith   It. U. It.iul.i. Hon. H. II. Fuller. M.L.C., Hon. David MaoKeea.
Hrud oilier, iliiiiruv 1
General Manager. Kdson 1.. Pease, Montreal.
Superintendent of Hruuclu-. and Secretary, W. B. Toriunco, Halifax.
In-pcciin-. \v. p. Hrook, Halifax.
Inspector 1). M. Stewart, Montroal.
l'runclicH t
Nov. Brnlln
MalUi
New 1 .	
castlo,Saekville, Wsodstoek. I". K. IhIhiuI���Cliarlottetown,Sunimerslde. Quebec���Montroal
(City Oflice), Montreal, West Knd (Cor. Notro Dame and Seigneurs StreoUl; YVimUitoiiiit tl'eir.
Greene Avenue and SL Catharines Street. Ontario���Ottawa. Newfoundland���St. John's
ru im, West luilieii I lu viuiii. I 1111 id amies���Now York (10 Hixohange Place) Kopu bile, Wash
BRANCaES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
< ttrrvh ponden 111
fai-tHln���Merchant h Bank of Canada.   IUih_.hi- Nat lonul .Hhi_wm.it Bank.   Chicago���America
National  Hank-   Han  rr'uiHtcn   Kiri   National Hunk,    London, Eng.���Bank of  Scotland.
P.U--S  1'r.tin-r-   t'l.'iiii  Lyonnf-icH.   Itrrmuda��� Bank of Bermuda.   China and Japan���Hong
Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Qoneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated,
Accounts received on tbe most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
depositt. and on Having Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
Atlantic S. S. Lines.
From Montreal
Beaver Line MonWort Nov III
Beaver Lino Luke Champlaln Nov 22
Allan LineTunlHlan Novll
Dominion Line Cambroman Nov 10
Krom Portland, Mo.
Allan Line N11.1i.l_n  Nov 28
Dominion Line Vanoouvor Nov 21
From Halifax
Dominion Line Vancouver  ... Nov 25
From Now York
I'm .nd  Lino Lucanla Nov 17
Cunard Line Umbrla  Nov 24
Whito Star Line Germanic  Not 14
White Star Lino MoJohUo Nov 91
American Lino New York  Nov 21
Hod -Itar Lino Weatornland Nov 21
N. O. L.LI110 Trave Nov 20
Anchor Lino Anchoria Nov 24
Fronob Lino l.cc Lorralno  Nov 22
Allan Miai.11 Lino State of Nehnuikn.... Nov 17
From BoHton
Dominion Line Commonwealth  Novll
dinar. Line Ivcrnia Nov 17
riufcMKCH arranfrod to and from all European
pointe, For rateii, ticked, und full Information
apply to C. P, R. dopot agent or H. L. Brown
City Pn-HWicer Aguul, Nolnon, B. C.
W. P. F.CUMMIN08,
Oonoral Ac.nt, C.I'.B. Ofllceu, Winnipeg
NOTICE.
403
Notice is hereby given that in virtue of the Act of the
Dominion   Parliament,  63 and 64  Victoria,  Chapter
and Chapter 104, the name of
THE   MERCHANTS'  BANK   OF   HALIFAX
will   be changed to
"Gbe \Ro_n\ Bank of Canaba"
from and after
the  Second,day  of January,  1901.
E. L. PEASE,
General Manager..)
Halifax, 1st November, 1900.
HUDSON'S m
COMPANY,
.NCORPOB^^ts^
Blankets,,
"The warmest thing i���
town " is the Hudson's Bay
Blanket'. Made in Rcj
White, and Blue.
3K Point, $7.00 per Pi
4    Point, $8.00 per Pair
We also carry a full line of
Canadian Blankets, in White
and Colors, from $2.75 per
pair up.
See our stock before purchasing elsewhere
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Corner Baker and Stanley Strwli
NELSON, B. C.
DRINK
the: BEST
J3EER
Anheuser-
Buscti
Si- LoUis
Lager
To be had wholesale at Nelson.
n\.   P.    HiUiel   &
Co., Ltd-
A. B. GRAY, Ii,lk��r >st"Nel8M
Kootenay Agent.
C.W.WEST&C0.
Coal and Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's   Nest  Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -    -    $9.65
DBLIVBRBD.
No order  can be accepted mile"
accompanied by cash.
Office Corner Hall nnd Bnker Street*
TKI-KI'HONE 88.
P. 0. QRKBN        F. S. OWSMEN-S
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial La��d
Surveyor*.
p. o. Box ut Mian, B. a
Tlie Nelson Electric Tramway Co. Ltd.
LOTS   FOR   SALE   ON   EASY   TERMS.
Large number of Choice Building Lots atfiacent to the line of their j
Tramway.    For price and terms of sale apply at the oflice of the Company, Maedonald Block, corner of Josephine and Vernon Streets.
J T. C. DUNCAN, Secretary
A. R. BARROW, a. m. l ai
Provincial  Land Surveyor.
Corner Victoria and Kootenay Sit,
P. O. Box 689. Telephone No, M
CRUCIBLE OAST STEEL
WIRE ROfi^E
7-8 inch diam. $13.60 perj/o feet.   For
immediate  deliveiK   in   Nel**
apply- r Nelson Dailv Miner,  Thursday   Evening,   November 15, 1900
LIFE'S UPS AND DOWNS.
The Magnificent Kevenge of the Governor of Missouri.
A few years ago,while Robert Stewart was Governor of Missouri,a steamboat man was brought in from the
penitentiary as an applicant for a pardon. He w_s a huge powerful fellow,
und when thq, Governor looked at
him, be seemed strangely affected, lie
scrutinized him long and closely.
Finally, he signed the document that
restored the prisoner to liberty. Before he handed it to him, he said:
"You will 'commit somo other crime,
uud be iu the penitentiary uguin, I
fear.''
The man solemnly promised that he
1 wuuld   not.    The      Governor    looked
i doubtful,   mused   a   few minutes and
fsuid:
"You will go back on the river and
be a mute again, I suppose?"
The man replied that he.would.
"Well, I want you   to   promise   me
one thing,"   resumed   the   Governor.
'I   want   you   to   pledgo  your   word
thut, when you are   mate  again, you
will never   take   a   billet of wood   in
your hand and drive a sick boy out of
a bunk to help you   load your bout on
stormy   night."     The    steamboat
[man said ho   would not, and inquired
I what the   Governor meant by   asking
[him __o_ a question.
The   Governor   replied:    "Because,
I some day, that boy may become a Gov-
lernor, und you may want him to pur-
don you for a crime. One dark,stormy
-.night, many yeurB ago, you stopped
your bout on the Mississippi River to
take on u loud of wood. There was u
boy on board who was working his
passage from New Orleans to St.
Louis, but he wus very sick of fever
and wus lying in u bunk. You bud
plenty of men to do the work, but you
^'wout to thut boy with n stick of wood
; In your hand and drove him with
blows and curses out into the wretched night and kept hira toiling like a
slave until the load was completed. I
was thut boy.    Here   is your   pardon.
1 Never again be   guilty  of  sueh   bru-
. tulity."
The man, cowering and   hiding   his
. face, went out without a word.
What a noble revenge that was, and
what u lesson to a bully.
KOYAI.    ATHLETES.
Muscle Making   Pastimes   Favored b-
VurloUB Monarchs.
y The German Emperor is an adept at
tennis, having his private court,
where be practices assiduously. At
fencing, too, he Is no mean exponent,
never letting a day pass without having a bout with tbe foils. While if he
,1s not seen on the river he at all
[events utilizes a rowing machine,
[which is fixed in his dressing room.
The Czar of Russia is a cyclist qnite
j above the average and,were it oons.n-
j ant with his dignity to appear   on the
�� truck,    would   undoubtedly   hold bis
1 own in good eompnny.    As a sprinter,
[too, hia ability is not to  be   despised.
The Emperor of   Austria is   a   mag-
I nitteent   horseman   and     a    brilliant
[ Bwordsman.    In   his  younger days he
! was noted   for  his   powers   of endurance,   which   enabled   him   to    more
than hold hiB own  in   most   branches
of athletics.
Tbe King of Italy is an ardent Nim-
rod. and his pedestrian feats when in
pursuit of his favorite sport are the
despair and envy of his suite.
The King of Greece is a fine swimmer, as is likewise King Oscar, of
Sweden. The King of the Belgians
prides himself upon his walking powers, whieh, indeed everyone whom he
honors with his company soon perceives to his cost are above those of
the ordinary podestrian.
The late President Faure, besides
being a good horseman and shot, wns
an enthusiastic fencer; while the Sultan of Turkey stands pre-eminent us a
revolver shot, using either bund with
deadly precision.
POMMERY
Is the highest priced Champagne on the English
and French  markets.
he is only a dignified nnd'highly decorated messenger boy in his political
capacity. In his social capacity he is
as important ns ever; he must be
"persona grata," a good talker and
diner-out. But he need not be a great
diplomatist. He can make no mistakes, because he aots under daily instructions; carries out direct orders.
His ability is shown ; in his reports
and his forecast���but ho h.B nothing
to decide. A little wire has relieved
him of responsibility and transformed
his status.���Hartford Courant.
SIFTON COMING
A meeting of the electors
of Yale-Ciriboo will be held
in the Nelson Opera House,
THURSDAY, NOV. 15,
When A. L. Sifton, M.L.A.,
and others will speak in the
interests of W. A. Galliher,
Liberal candidate.
Representatives of the other
parties will be invited to speak
Chair taken at 8 o'clock.
H. W. R. MOORE, Sec.
L&7riJAj*AUnL4  &*is JMLtsswJ _
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
e'l'MlOKPK & CO. Limitou���Corner Vernon
I uud .odur dtreu-i, welNon���Munufiiclui'-
01. of and wholesale doulerte. lu uorutod wuturs
uud fruit ayrups. bule .genu for Halcyon Hoi
-priiigH mineral water.   Telephone tie.
\J KLSUN SODA WATKK FACTOKY-
J^l N. M. Cummins, -cussee���Kverj known
variety of HOfl drinks. P o box St. Telephone
.No. 'il. Hoover -treel, Nelnon. liottlei. uf the
i.iinicii    at. Leon llol Springs Mineral Water.
ARCHITECTS
CAN1D 4c MAODONALD ill. Cuiio, Junus
A. Macdouuldl���Areliilect- und huporin-
leudeuie, broken Hill -clock, corner linker and
Ward tilreei., _tel-on.
CIGARS
KOOTKNAY C IOAK MAN UFA. T UKIN-
CO.���Aluliufueturel-K of the lluyul Seal
uud Kooleuuy Hello Cigars, Factory and
olliee, Haker street, Noli-in.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AMBASSADORS  AND   THE CAB-K.
How Tho Status of Foreign Representatives lias Changed.
In these duyB of submarine cables
the function of Ambassadors and Envoys has suffered, literally, a sou
change.
In the old days an Ambassador "represented" the Sovereign in person.
He was obliged to decide for himself
questions whieh arose daily. Frequently he became a confidential adviser of the sovereign to whom he was
accredited. It was important that bo
sliould bu a person of uddress and
pleasing manners, of a wide knowledge of affairs, and of boldness
enough to aet promptly on his own
initiative in emergencies.
Now tho flrBt two qualities alone
are necessary, for the Ambassador
need not decide anything. He makes
his cable report every evening and receives his instructions from bis home
government   every   morning.    In fact
<BW&
?mri*00
This signature In on every box of the genulnt
Laxative Bromo-Quiaine *��>>><*��
*hs rsmedy thst Corel * oofc) ft ��sm Oaf
Put Us On
Your List...
We will see that you
are not disappointed
in superioiity 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.
HJ. KVA.N. & CO.���Bukci street, Nol-
��� SOU���Wholoaalo dealerH ic liquors, ei-
gai-n, cement, lire brick anil llro Ota. watur
pipe and bleel t-ailN, und gPfler_l ooilllilJBHlO-
inejnihunlH. 	
GRAIN,  HAY AND CEREALS
BUACKMAN-KKH MILL-NO CO., _,T1>.-
Wholosule und rot-.il dealer* iu grain,
hay, Hour, feed. Mills ut Victoria, New Went-
minuter; kdmonton, Alto. _.ovulori4 on Cul-
gury und Kdinoutou ltullway. MunufaeturerH
of the eelebrutod U. & K. brand eereulii.
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD & Oa���Corner Fron
��� and Hull su-otn���Wholesale grooen
und jobbers in blanket., glovoM, mitts, IiooIh,
rubbers, mackinaWN und miners'   iimlries.
LUMBER
NKLSON SAW ANO PLANING MILL���
Ollico corner Hall ami Front Street*,
-elson���Lumber, ceiling, flooring, und every
thing In wood for building purposes. Get our
prices.   Correspondence solicited.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Klrkpatrkk b Wilson
FOR  SALE.
A well established livery business,
known us Reynolds' Livery, consisting of four horses and burliness,
two busses, two sets sleighs one spring
wagon, und building.
Lease of ground for three years and
four months ut $10 per month.
l'urt of purchuso money can be arranged with the undersigned on
time.
Hugh R. Cameron
Baker Street,   Nelson, B. C.
PARKER & CO.
nun..! -BoecMi Block Baker Street
MINING   PROPERTIES   OF   MERIT
PURCHASED.
STANDARD STOCKS FOR SALE
"Mill Molly   Gibson       2D
1000 Salmo Consolidated        5
BOO London  Consolidated...      34 V,
THAT PAD
Of Writing Papor won't lout
long. ���. "iI'd better place nn-
iti lm'- "hurry up' o^ler with
TUE MINES
PBUKNS & Co.���Bakor Street, Nolson
���   Wholesale dualurn iu ire li and cured
wouib.    Cold -.lorago.
KOOTKNAY    BUTOHER   CO.-
.._ ar Street, Nub
orn iu fresh and cured menu.
WEST    ..
hukor Struct., Nelnon��� VVHoIumuIo deal
HAl.inVAKE & MINING   f.UPPI_.J.S
.l.M.IMM
Pacific
and
Soo Line
FIR'T-CLASS   SLEEPERS ON ALL
TRAINS FROM REVELSTOKE
AND KOOTENAY LANDING.
Also TOURIST CARS passing Dnn-
niore Junction Daily for St. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and Boston, Mondays and Thursdays for Toronto.
Same can pass RevelBtoke one clay
earlier.
A   POINTER
for  your  enstein   trip is to  see   thnt
your ticket rends via Canadian Pacific.
Trains and Steamers Depart.
5:00
Daily
8:00
Ex Sun
��:()0
Ex Sun
10:00
Kx Sun
1K:40
Daily
Steamer for Kootenay Landing   and   eastern  points   via
Crow's Nest Roate.
) Traiu   for   KoBsland,   Grand
j Forks,Gieenwood,Midway,eto
) Train for Slocan City,   Sloean
i points, and Sum Inn
1 Steamer for Kaslo and   iuter-
) iin'iIi.iie- points.
1 Train for RosHland. Nnknsp,
> Revelstoke,   main    line   and
) l'acitiic Coast Points.
For Time Tables, Rates and fall information call on or uddresB ueareat Local Agent, or,
It W. Drow, Depot Anent. 1 Nolson, B. O.
H. I,. Brov.n, City Annul. /    _������,_,
W. .'. AN 11 KIWI IN, B. J. COYLE.
Tray. I'a����. Agent       A H. ���'��� A_o_c,
Nrlnm Vancouver
LAWUKN.K HARDWARE CO - linker
Street, NoIhoii ��� WholO-US iIjuIiiim In
liiiiilware, luinom' huihiIIon, spurting Moodcc,
oto,	
M'LACHLAN MHO-. (Huccciwom to Vim
oouver ilurilwui-Co. Llil.llinkerdtreet,
Nelnon���vy1io1ch-1o dealers In liiu-dware and
uilnlnK Huunlicti, plumbers' uud tiusinltlis' ccuji-
pIIoh.       	
NKLSON   HAHDWAHK   CO.-Wholesale
puiuts, oils uud fflbtt inoelituiics' toulic.
AKonts foi Ontario l'owdor Works; ilyniuiiile
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rpUllNKK, HKKTON & Co.-Corner Vernon
JL    und Joe-ephlne  Streets,   Nelson���Wliclo
tsulo dealers in liquors, elKurs, nnd dirgOO--
'.c'rcit    for l'abst HrewlliK Co. of MIlWHUkc'i"
nnd Culgury Brewing Co of CulKiiry.	
UDSON'S BAY Co.-Wliolosalo ([roeirle-
and liquors etc., Hakur Street, Nelnoti.
11
CALIKOHNIA WINK CO., Limited-Corner
Kront and Hall Streets, Nelson- \\ lioli;
Halo dealers tl wines Iciue und bulk!, ami
de erne   11, and imported olgurs.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & FRUITS
JY. OH1FFIN & CO.-Cornor Vernon nml
. Josophlno Btroots, Nelson���Wholoiale
deaiors In provisions, cured moats, bul ter ami
ORKs.
GEO. GURD
Room 1, Tnrnor-Boeckh Blook.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING A(5EN��
Eonsea and Building Lots in All I'm tn
of the Oity.
HOU8E8 FOR SALE
Flvo, six, seven and eight room housoa for
Mle, twenty pc centbolow cost.
Spokane Falls Sl
Northern R'v.
Nelson Sl Fort
Sheppard R'v,
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermedial
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson v ith steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay laka
points,
Connects at Meyer's Falls with
Stage daily for Republic, and connects nt Bossburfj with stage daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood,
L'ffeetlve  Snnduy, October 21st, 1U00.
Train No. 311 (Night Train).
Leave Spokane    10148 p.m.
Leave Northport      ,1:50 a. in.
Arrive Rossland      7 ::io a.m.
Truin No. U (Night Train).
Leave Rossland    11:00 p.m.
Leuve Northport     13:45 a.m.
Arrive Spokane      7:0S a.m.
H. X. JAOKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Waab
Q. K. TAOKABORY,
Agent, Nelson, B.O
DR. ALEXANDER  FORIN.
OFFICE  ANO  KKitOCNOt.
SILICA    ST.,   BETWEEN     WARD    AND
JOSEPHINE STS.
TCLS.HONi   NO.   100.
��>���<>��� 0*O40*0-��*O*0*O*0*0
Pendants....
We have a beautiful line of
Solid Gold Pendants (can
be worn as brooches) at a
very moderate price. These
goods will be found particularly suitable for inexpensive
Xmas Gifts.
Come in and have one laid
aside for you. It doesn't cost
any more.
IF   BROWN   SAID   SO.
ITS RIGHT.
T. H. BROWN
Jeweler
178 BAKER STRKKT, NKLSON.
3*0+00*0+0*040*04<
Lliij-ber..
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 at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
andLARLO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON
J. A. SAYWARD.
Collegiate School
FOR BOYS
Victoria, B.C.
PATRON AND   VISITOR.
The Lord Bishop of Columbia
STAFF:
J. W. Lalnir.. Ksq., M. A., Oxon..
Headmaster. Rev. C. Knsor .Sharp,
M. A., Cantab. II. J. S. Muskett,
Esq.., St. Peter's College, Cambridge.
Moderate terms for boarders anil day
scholars. Roys received from eight
years of ape and upwards. Military
drill. Teehnicu! art Including nii'i'liiin-
icul drawing. Hoarders may, hy their
parents wish attend uny place nf worship to which tliey ure ucciistcniieil.
Present numbers 54,
THE
Bank of
British Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
Ci, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
KOUTEMY UUf FEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Rest nf
Quality, as fnllows :
Java und Arnlilun Moctiu. [ior pound f   10
Java and Murlia Hlund, II pounds  1 00
Fine .Anton, 4 poundit  1 00
BantoH Hlund, .'i pounds  1 00
Our  i-'iinml Ml'iiii. I! poundH  100
Our Rio Bout, 6 pounds  100
A 1 III ll.  IIHlll ll  NOI l< 11 I 11.
Salkskhomh:
2 DOORS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOOK, W.  BAKER 8T.
rsfELSON,       -       P. c.
��� hilVer king mike
Will pay the hiKhest cash prioo for all
kinds ot second hund goods. Will buy
or sell anything from un nnchor to ���
noedle. Fornitnre, itoves, oarperta,
oookiug utensils, bought in household
qnantitles. Also oast off clothing,
(lull and see me or write. Addreie
Silver Sing Mike, Box 200. Hall
Street. Nelson. P. O.
CALL ON  THI
NELSON WINE CO.
nnd try a bottln, u dozen, or u burro] ol
QALQARY BEER M it I" Ui�� bo"1 ��'>"
choupceet, 'On thi: iimrkut. AIho try our
WINES,    LIQUORS,    and     CIGARS.
PRANK   A. TAMHLYN. M	
TcleDhono m. ROmrHI   rTelM-.B.O,
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head office toronto,   ont.
Money to Iobd ou Htraight Mortgage.
Apply to G. U LENNOX, Baktr Ht
Nelaon.
The Pleasure
of Living...
Is sadly marred if
those useful members���feet���are distressed.
Our new fall styles
in Vici Kid, Kibo,
Duck, Box Calf and
Patent Kid have
Proven that the
height of fashion
can be combined
with absolute ease
in footwear.
No painful "breaking in."
Styles for every use
and occasion���
Street, Dress, House
and Outing.
Neelands
Shoe Co.
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
��B*?
NONE BETTER.
SOLIDIVEBTIBirLED TRAINS.
PALAOE DININ& AND OBSERVATION
OARS.-MEALS a la 0ARTE.
Clow- eonneetion Kant and Weat-
hound ut Spokune withtraina of the
trains of the Spokane Full, und North-
cm Railway.
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and ullpointH Went and South.
Leaves Spokane dailv for East aO0:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:45 p-m
West-bound trains make direct con!
nection for Victoria and Vancouver
Portland, Sun Francisco, and all |cubits
on tlie Sound.
During t he season of navigation East
hound trains connect at   I 'ninth   with
the magnificent steamships North-West
and North-Land of theNorthern Ste.iin-
ahip Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
I'd further Information, mans, folders, etc., apply to any affentof Spokane
Kails A Northern Uy., Kaalo tz Slm-uo
Ky , Kiintei ui Railway ft Navigation
(Jo., or to
F. I. WHTTNKY.   H. A. JAOKSON,
Genl. Pass, ft Tkt. Agt.    Oom'cl Agt.
St. Paul, Min       Spokane. Wash
Kootenay Railway and Ha?.
Company, Ltd.
Oporatlnff
KASJ/3 ft; BI.OCAN HAILWAY,
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. & TRAD. OO.
Hchodulo of Time.       Pacific Btan-Urd rim*.
Kflucltvo February 1ft, 1900
KA8LO ft SLOGAN ItY.
l'cnYHHongor train for Handon and way Hlatloni
Iritvi'M   KaHlo  at 8 a. m,, dailv.    Ilaturnlne,
]������;���-���'������ :;:uiii(iii i��'. i.i.'i p.tn,, arming at KaHlo
a' S.55 p.m.
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. ft TKAD. CO,
Operating on Kootenay Lakoand Kiver,
Str. "International" leaTen Knnlo for Nelaon
at I) a. in, dally except Bunday, Keturnlnif.
leavoti NeiHon at tl.f0p.ni., calling at Ilalfour,
1'llot Hay. Alniworth and all waypolnta. Connects with U. K, & N. train to and from Bpo
kano at Five Mllo Point
LAKDO-DUMCAM DIVISION.
Klcntmr ArKiintn lm ��� boon  laid up for tho
winter.
Htoamont call at principal landing*) In both
directions and at othor point., when Nig nailed.
Ticket* Hold to all point* In Canada and the
United Htatei.
To --hocrLain rates and full Information Ad-
drew i
KOKKKT 1UVINU.
"���armirnr. KrhIo.R. C.
E. J. SCOVIL
WHIM. Bllllmn, ailTIIII I'IBLII
Wln-.nuere Mine..   Oo-nwrond��io._ollelled
VVINDKKMEJJB, A. Q.
"""' Nelson  Daily Miner,  Thursday Evenihh,  November  15, 1900
MAGNEILL
Will Probably Drop Out and
Let John McKane Run
for Commons.
It was rumored in Nelson last night
and today, that Mr. A. II. MaeNeill,
of Rossland, the Liberal Conservutive
candidate for the Yale Cariboo district
wus going to resign his position and
that Mr. ,Tohn McKane of Rossland
would accept the position and fight tbe
hattle to the end. As it is only a rumor it may he taken for what it is
worth, bul it seems to lie taken for
grunted by the strongest followers of
the Conservative party. Last Monday
Mr. MaeNeill was in Nelson and a secret meeting wus held and what was
decided was only known to the few
prominent supporters who were present. However they asked Mr. MaeNeill what he intended to do, and all
thought he had not made up his mind,
he did^intimate that he was opposed
to being the standard hearer for the
Conservatives of this constituency. It
was then decided to call a secret meeting of the executive of ;the Association to meet at ltevelstoke tomorrow
and there definitely decide what shall
be done. The executive consists of
Mr. Robert Green of Kaslo. Dr. Morrison of Vernon, Mr. Fulton of Kamloops, and Mr. John McKane of Rossland.
MASS MEETING   TONIGHT.
A. L. Sifton Will Address Electors of
Nelson in the   Opera';House.
Mr. S. S. Taylor, Q. C, and Mr.
A. L. Sifton, M. L. A., of Calgary,
who have been holding meetings iu
East Kootenay in the interest of the
Liberal can lidate, Mr. W. A. Galliher, arrived in Nelson last evening
and Mr. Sifton will deliver a speech
before the mass meeting to be held at
the Opera House this evening. The
opposition have been invited to attend
the meeting, and a warm time is expected. It hus not been decided
whether or not there will bo a speaker to address the meeting in the interests of the Conservative Party but
Mr. Wilks, who is a strong supporter
of the Labor Party, will be present
and address the electors. Dr. Forin
has been chosen as chairman.
In speaking of the present polltcal
situation in East Kootenay, Mr. Taylor said this morning: "We held
meetings at Fernie, Fort Steele and
Cranbrook and we find that Mr. Galliher is at present in favor. He will receive the Bolid Liberal vote and a
large portion of the Conservative
vote. And in nearly all of the towns,
the Labor votes are going strongly
against the Labor candidate. Hut
Moyie is an exception ; there Mr.Foley
will certainly make a strong pull."
The Hon. Clifford Sifton who left
ltrandon last evening for this constituency to help Mr. Galliher, will hold
his first meeting at Fernie on Friday night next. The following week
he will proceed to the Houndary country and on Friday will hold a meeting
in Nelson.
The Liberal committee, late thiB afternoon, informed The Miner that Mr.
S. S.Taylor would be chairman of the
meeting und that tho speakers would
be Dr. Forin, James Wilks, W. A.
McLean and Mr.  Sifton.
CHARGED WITH MURDER.
In
Prisonor From Peterhoro Lodged
the Provincial Jail Here.
Frederick Collins, who, it is said,
murdered Arthur Dundo on the evening of October '.1, at Peterhoro, II. C.
was brought to the Provincial jail
here this morning, as he has boen
committed for trial. It appears that
on the evening of October tf. Collins
got into a row with Dundo in a barroom, uml Dando bit Collins a heavy
blow over tho head with it bottle.
The following night Dundn was sleeping in his room when Collins crept in
quietly went to the bed of tho sleeping man, placed the revolver to the
head of Dundo and blew out his
bruins. It is said thut when Collins
did the deed his mind was deranged
from the blow which lie had received
on tlie previous night.
BOARD OP TRADE.
Various Resolutions Discussed at the
Meeting Meld Lust Evening.
Three Important question!, that of
having mail brought to and carried
from Nelson by way of the Crow's
Nest Push on Sunday,that of an equitable bankruptcy act nnd the two per
cent, tax on the output of mines, less
treatment and freight charges, were
discussed to some length nt the meeting of the Nelson Board of Trade last
evening. The Postmaster-General has
heen asked to ullow Nelson a Sunday
mail over the Crow's Nest Pass but
nothing has been done, except that a
combination postal and express car
hau been put on the run, but It ie not
allowed to carry mail on Sundays.
The secretary was ordered to draft a
letter to the officials at Ottawa, and
once more ask for a Sunday mail.
As to the question of the two per
cent, tax on the output of mines, a
committee consisting of U. E. Croas-
daile, G. E. C. Martin, J. Roderick
Robertson, J. J. Campbell and T. G.
Procter, was appointed to look into
the matter and report at the next
meeting.
A committee of James Bannerman,
M. Ferland, and T. Morley were appointed to Interview the candidates
who arc in the constituency contesting
for a seat ;in the Dominion House,
and try to get their promise that if
elected, they will support a bankruptcy act which would be uniform in
its workings, throughout the entire
Dominion.
IMvWMWVvVMWVtWMVtl
I NEWS OF
j       THE TOWN
t^v^yWvV^VvVW^��WAi
Magistiat* CreoBe. Mr. W. A. Maodonald, y. C, and Mr. S. M. Brydges
left this morning for Cranbrook,
where the adjourned case of Medhurst
vs. C. P. R. will be heard.
Last night two brothers, John and
James Carson, were sent to the Provincial jail here from Grand Forks,
and are committed to the jail for six
and two months respectively, through
being proved guilty of theft.
Mr. George S. Beer, commanding
officer of the R. M. R.. expects to receive the plans of the new drill hall,
from Victoria in a day or two. Immediately on their arrival work will
be started, and the building will be
put up aB quickly as possible.
A temperance lecture will be given
in the Methodist Church tonight by
Rev. J. Bennett Anderson of London,
Eng. Mr. Anderson has travelled In
many lands, Including the Transvaal,
and is widely known as the "Singing
Evangelist" A collection will be
taken.
From the present until spring Dr.
l.uHuu will occupy rooms adjoining
his office in tbe Victoria Block, where
ho will be found; nights as well as
days. Mrs. LaBau left this morning
for Spokane and the Pacific Coast
where she will remain during the
winter. i
They are already talking mayoralty
candidates. The three names most
prominently mentioned are Capt.Dun
can, Aid. Irvine and Charles Hillyer
and large numbers of their friends are
urging them to run. It is also under
stood that Mr. John Houtson will
nominate Mr. John Houston as one of
the candidates.
Mr. William Gill, of Victoria, in
spector of the Inland Revenue Department, and Mr. J. E. Miller, of Vancouver, collector of the revenues, and
inspector of gas and electrio light systems, arrived In the city last evening
from Fernie. Mr. Miller wan busy to
nay with Mr. Swannell, In inspecting
the electric light and gas meters of
Nelson. They will probably be In
Nelson until Saturday.
AN INTERESTING RIOT.
Tamps, Pla., Nov. 15.���A uilnnture
riot broke out today at the gates of
the cigarpactory of Gonzales Mora <t
Co. Severul hundred shots were fired
No one was injured and the mob as
dispersed by the police. Members of
the^Internatlonal Cigar Makers' Union quit work recently in a number of
fnctories, throwing about 2,000 persons out of employment. The Spaalsh
__io_ "Resistencia" is apparently
not In sympathy with the movement
and ubout 500 of Its members continued at worn. Today the Internatiaa-
al demanded that these men come out.
A volley was fired In reply and then
frnm'the street came a fusllade that
riddled the sides >f the building.
Those 'Inside fired blindly through
the windows. No one was hit, how-
evor, and the police soon dispersed the
crowd. All factories closed at noon
and to prevent further trouble 100 extra police and a squad of deputy sheriffs were sworn in.
TWO VICTORIES   FOR REIFF.
London, Nov.lR���In the raca for the
Drnkelow selling plate of 250 sovereigns for all ages, Lester Kclff bad
the mount on Mr. G. Cotrll's Cris
Boot, the winner of the event. Tha
raco for the Heverldge stakes of five
sovereigns each with 150 soveroigas
added was secured by Johnnie KlelT
on l.ord Harewood's three year old
horse Nehltshade.
NEWS OF
THE MINES
Greenwood, B. C, Nov. 15.���Returns from the second shipment of ore
from the Buckhorn mine, in Dead-
wood Camp, gave a net value of 810
per ton. The shipment consisted of
20 tons and was treated at the Granby
smelter, Grand Forks. A." E. Bielen-
berg is in charge of the development
and has a force of nine men under
him.
Since he took hold of the mine he
has thoroughly prospected the surface,
having sunk three shafts. In the
last one, which is now down 50 feet,
he found the ore in place. It is a
good grade of gold-copper. He ox-
peots to commence erosscutting before
the end of the week, when arrangements have been completed to connect
the hoisting plunt with the new
shaft. Shipments will he made from
time to time during the winter.
.   ���   ���
The Nip and Tuck placer ground,
in East Kootenay, has been sold to
David Griffith. The ground belonged
to a company named after tho claim,
the head office of whieh is in Vancouver, B. C. The late J. M. Buxton,
who died suddenly at Sieamous station some months back, was prominently connected with the company
during his lifetime and was putting
through a deal for the property ahout
the time of his death. The Fort
Steele Prospector gives the following
details of the deal:
"The Nip and Tuck placer ground
has been sold to David Griffith. J. A.
Bangs, attorney for H. E. Forster,
made the sale. The property contains
1,300 feet of crown granted land, together with plant, supplies, water
rights, ditches, etc. The consideration of the deal was not made public.
There is three miles of ditch, which
will carry from 1000 to 1500 inches of
water. Tho Nip and Tuck has not
been worked for the past two years.
It is the intention ol Mr. Griffith to
commence active work on the property
next year. This property is one of
the best known pieces of placer
ground in this section, and many
thousands of dollars have been   taken
out of it."
���   ���   ���
"the Arlington mine company of Slocan City notified Architects Ewart
and Carrie yesterday to draft plans
for a store and bunk house. The
building will be 24 feet wide and 40
feet long and two Btories high. The
first floor will be used as the store
while the upper one will he nsed as
the sleeping apartments. It will accommodate 75 men. The new oflice,
at the mine, the plans of which were
drawn by Messrs. Ewart and Carrie
has progressed rapidly and the building will be completed in a few days.
WANT TO LYNCH HIM.
Denver, Col., Nov. 15.���The statements made by John Porter, 10-ycar-
old negro of Lawrence, Kas. ,who yesterday confessed that he murdered
Louise Foest, an 11-year-old school
girl of Linicm, Col., are confirmed. It
was determined to take Porter to the
Hugo jail. Porter's father and brother will probably also be taken to Hugo. It Is reported today that 12 armed men are en route to Denver for
tke purpose of escorting the sheriff
and pi isoners. A mob of 500 men is
said to be forming at l.imon and Hu
go aad they make no secret of their
intentions to lynch Porter.
HERE'S LUCK TO HER.
Glasgow, Nov. 15.���The work of
building Sir Thomas Upton's new
America cup challenger Shamrock III.
has been started in the Dennis yurd
at Dumbarton, within an enclosure.
Mr. G. L. Watsoa, the yuclit designer,
has laid out the lines of the frame
work, which will be constructed of
nickel steel. The plates will probably bo of bronze.
KINO OSCAR VERY LOW.
Paris, Nov. 15.���Private, hut trustworthy Information has been received
here to the effect that King Oscar of
Sweden is in a very low state of
health. niB recent brain attack, it is
added, deprived him of his memory
aad he seems unable to recuperate.
The facts are being suppiessed.
VERY COOL ABOUT IT.
Fort Waynne, Ind., Nov. 15.���Frank
Alderman, a wealthy real estato man
and capitalist, walked into hardware
store today, purchased a revolver,
loaded it, and then sent a bullet into
his brain. He is thought to have lieon
Insane. A prominent Republican
and well known throughout the state.
to .vke a ��oi.i�� i�� oar. do
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet*. All
dniggtatfrafii-d tb�� monor If It falln to oure
Jc IC, W. Orert ��� ��lg_afor�� Is W�� M_ _k
ONE GOOD   TURN   DESERVES ANOTHER.
Ladles of Canada���Sisters:
Great Britain takes nearly all the
exported produce of Canada. English, Scotch and Irish boys produce
the teas  of Ceylon and India.
Canada consumes 11,000,000 pounds
of colored and doctored Japan Green
Teas. Green teas of pure natural
green leaf, are being Introduced from
Ceylon and India. They aro now on
sale with all live grocers.
Statesmen see obstacles to preferential trade within the Empire. Ynu
ladies can weep aside all   obstruction
Bring putrlotlo sentiment on your
breakfast table. Your gioccr will
get ihii'ie pure teas if   you only insist.
The Salada Tea Company havo placed them In hundreds of stores, aud
Blue Ribbon Is also obtainable.
Many other leading Arms have shipments coming. Only laggards await
the Jumping ot the cat.      Colonist.
Spokane Mining Stock Exchange
quotations.
This morning's Spokane quotations
as received from The Miner's Bpecial
correspondent:
(SI'KI IAI, TO THE MINER.)
NAME. ASKED.     BID.
Blucktail 10}�� 8<}_
Butte & Boston  2% 1%
Crystal  6 H\
Deer Trail Con  2% 2X
Evening Star  OjS 4
Gold Ledge  2\% 1H
Goldon Harvest  5_ &i
i.x.l :;2i/8  is
Iron Mask 38 0
Jim Rloine  8 4
Lone Pine Surprise  7*( 7'i
Mountain Lion  112 25
Morning Glory 5J< 0%
Morrison  %\_ 2
Noble Five  5 0
Princess Maud  2 1'_
Palmer Mt. Tun 17 0
Qnilp 28 n
Rambler-Cariboo 2i> 22;.;
Republic    72 OO
Reservation  0% 4%
Kossland Giant  2'(i 1%
Sullivan I_X I2V4
Tom Thumb 15 12
Waterloo  8X 2J,
Winnipeg 4 0
UNLISTED   STOCKS.
Conjecture :1J< 3%
U. 8.  Marble        ll lljf
Gold Standard  u 1%
Rainbow  i>\ 4%
Trade Dollar  _ '>%
American Boy  H'j I)
Sales-Bluo.tail, 2U00 at lu; Morning Glory, 2000 at (1; 25,000 at 2.
SPREADS LIKE WILDFIRE.
When things are "the best" they
become "the best selling." Abraham
Hare, a leading druggist of Belleville, O.. writes: "Electric Bitters
are the best selling Bitters 1 have
handled in 20 years." You know
why? Most diseases begin in disorders
of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels
blood and nerves. Electric Hitters
tones up the stomach, regulates the
liver, icidncyB and bowels, purifies
the blood, strengthening the nerves
hence cures multitudes of maladies
It builds up the entire system. Puts
new life und vigor into' any weuk,
sickly, run down man or woman.
Price 50 cents. Sold by the Canada
Drug St Book Co.
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 peo
pie in the Dominion are afllieted
with these two diseases and thei
effects; such a Sour Stomuch, tSick
Headache, Habitual CostiveDesB, ' Palpitation of the Heart, Heart-burn,
Waterbrash, Gnawing Pains at the
Pit of Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated
Tongue and Disagreeable Taste in
the Mouth, Coining up of Food After
Eating. 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 sule by W.
F, Teetzel.
Have you ever eaten MAPLE PUDDING? It is a new confection made
especially for J A. Maedonald. Try
it and you will be sure to like it. We
have a fresh lot of Lowney's candies
just in today. Ontario apples have
arrived too.
Visit Florence Park Hotel at Roberts' Ranch,"two and a half miles np
the river.  W. M. Roberts, proprietor.
"BLTTr, RTBH0N TEA IS DELICIOUS."
A Ring That Satisfies.
No purchase of a lifetime requires
the care that should be taken in
buying the engagement ring. We
have made a study in this line
and have chosen a stock which
will enable you to have the best
sets, the prettiest settings und tho
most reliable plain rings.
PATENAUDE  BROS.
,M.| lllll.ee r 111 mi! JleWelll rs.
KERR&CO.
Why Don't You Buy Your
Dress Goods
Here?
Everything in your favor at this
store. To begin with, you'll find it
the lightest, brightest, and newest
DRESS GOODS STORE in the
city. All that is good and new is
shown here, and always at from 30
per cent less money. Look into the
matter���it will pay you.
Here are some special values:
5   Dress   Patterns  of Black
Mattilesse Cloth,  6 yards
in   each;    natty   designs;
regular, $6.00  per  dress;
special        -
8 Pieces Plaid Dress Goods,
double   fold,   bright   and
new;  good  value at 40c;
special at, per yard
5  Dress   Patterns  of  Black
Crepon,   silk  finish;    new
patterns;     worth     $9.00;
special       -       - - $5
200    V'ards    Tweed    Dress
Goods,    in     mixtures    of
Grey,      Brown,       Fawn,
Green;  good value, $1.00;
special, per yard
$3 00
60c
Kerr & Co.
B.\_K�� Strkbt, Nhlbon.
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Potter.
DROP IN AND SEE US.
Nelson. B. 0.
Auction^ Sale.
Saturday, Nov. 17
At 3 p. m.
Water Colors
From the brush of Mrs.H.A.
Langford, at her home 011
Victoria Street. Also a number of Studio Articles, such
as Drawing Boards, T
Squares, Easels, etc.
In addition to these will be
sold a collection of Plaster
Casts, Geometrical Forms,
Statuary, Bas Reliefs, and
some Bric-a- Brae and Cut
Glass Ornaments.
On Friday, from 10 a. m.
to 4 p. m., these WATER
COLORS will be on view at
Mrs. I.angford's, and the
public are cordially invited to
inspect them. The collection
comprises scenes in England,
America, and Canada. The
English scenes are mostly
from Oxford and Westminster, being architectural and
interior work, while the
American and Canadian
scenes are all landscapes.
The sale will be in charge
of Messrs.
C. A. Waterman
6 Co
HOTEL EOSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
RATES
By the week from $5 to *6.
By the day Si.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Prop.
DON'T    WORRY!
Gee Can Pit You.
He haa   one of   the   best   anil   largest
Fall and Winter stocks in
the l'rovince.
A. GEE, Merchant Tailor
Opposite Queen's  Hotel,
Haker Street
J^nglo - J^merican fire
INSURANCE COMPANY.
Authorized Capital $1,000,000.
Licensed by the Dominion Government to transact the business of Fire  Insurance throughout Canada,
Security for Policy Holders, Jan. 1st. 1900, $484,696.29.
Head Office, McKinnon Building, Toronto, Canada.
_ PRESIDENT:
STF. McKinnon, Esq.. of Messrs. 8. F. McKinnon & Co., Limited, Toronto.
VICE-PRESIDENT:
J. J. Long, Esq., The T. Long Bros. Co., Collingwood.
DIRECTORS:
A. A. Allan, Esq., Messrs. A A. Allan & Co., Toronto.
Johu R. Barber, Esq., M. P.  P.,   President  Toronto Paper  Co.,   of Cornwall,
Georgetown, Ont.
Dr. George H. Bowlliy, Berlin, Ont.
A. B. Cunningham. Esq., Barrister, Kingston, Ont.
H. P. Eckhardt, Esq., Messrs. Ii. P. Eckhardt & Co., Toronto.
John Flett, Esq., Flett, Lowndes & Co., Limited, Toronto.
John (inwiius, Esq., Messrs. Qowans, Kent & Co., Toronto.
W. J. Gage, E��q., The W. J. Gage Co., Limited, Toronto.
Dr. Uriah M. Stanley, Bruntfora.
John Knox, Esq., Messrs. Knox, Morgan & Co., Hamilton.
Reuben Millicliamp, Esq., Messrs. Millichninp, Coyle &0o. Toronto.
J. N. Slu-nstone, E_q;, Sec-Tress, of the MaBsey-Harris Co., Toronto.
Hugh Waddell, Esq., Peterborough, Ont.
General Fire Business Transacted at Equitable Rates.
Agencies at all Principal Places in Canada.
E. ANNABLE,
Madden Block.
A. DEAN,
General Manaiikii.
GAMBLE & O'REILLY
Real Estate and Insurance
Agents.
Loans Elfected at   Reasonable  Rates.
Hukor Hired. Nelson.
CHUIiCII DIRECTORY,
8. SAVioim. [Knoi.ihiiJ .H-iicii-Cornor
Ward unci 8111c- SU. timidity.: Holy Communion 8 it. 111.: uml on lho IM, niidllrdSundnyii
In I he- llllllll ll  .lllc 1    Cl.cllin .���   ,Mi,|||n    hi   11 ���,,���.;
tiundny School 2M p.m : UvoiiHong 7.30, Dully:
MnttlnH nt U.3. 11. in. Thiirwlays and Hnlnl'M
Dayw Holy Communion II) a. in. Friday*:
Ku'ne.cuiK 7.30 11. m., followed by choir nnto-
llco. II. 8. Akcliuntt, Hector. Fred Irvlno,
Geo. JohnnUm", WurdenH.
CATllie.ir.  Cmmcii-Cornor Ward nnd Mill
Klrunl* Mniw every tiundny ut 8 nml 10.110 u.m
1 ii'iicciic'i 11 ni nt I.IIO p.m.   Miihk overy wook day
at7.15n.ni.   Hov.   Father  Ferlnud Heelor.
I'HKSIIYTK-IAN Clll'lll II-SlirVlonHnt tl n in
and 7.80  p.m.    tiundny School ul, 2M p in
Prayer mooting Tliiirwliiy ovonlng at 8 p.m.-
ChriHtlan Kniloitvnr Bnrluty moot* ovory Tuon-
day  evening   ni ��   o'clock.    Hov. H. Frow,
Fnnt.r.
Mktiioiuht Ciuihcii-Corner Billon and
Jouephlne Street*. tiervlcicH at 11 a.m. nnd 7 30
p. ni.; Babbath tiohool, im p.m.; Prayer meet-
Inn on Thurn<lay ovenlnK al. 8o'clock: lip worth
luiatiuoC, K., luoidny at 8 a.m. Hov. j II
Whit0, Pautor. Hccldonco, JoHophlno Btroet
roar of 0I111 rich.
Haitiht 1 in urn _ ServlcoH nionilnir and
ovonlnKatll-.in.anil7.80 p.m.; I'rnyor moot,
InK Thnmday ovonlng at 8 p.m. [ho H. Y
I'.TJ. Tnond-y ovenlng nt 8 o'clock. Btrnngen.
cordially woliwwnd. Hov. O.J. Coultor White
TADDY & CO.
BSTABLISHED 150 YBAH8 LOfldOIl,    Eflg.
ORBIT      Brand and
PREMIER Navy tut Tobaccos.
Asints pon Canada i JAMES TURNER A CO.. Hamilton. Ont.
OROW  &   MORRIS,   Solo Annuls. Nolson, B. G.
ng
I'.TJ. Tuoxdny ovenlng nl. 8 o'clock.    Hlraiigorn
,,...,lla||��� ,_.>li..n..ul      ll...-   .1     1   i. ,.���   ......
I'ahtor.
Salvation An_Y-_orvio �� ovory ovoninK
nt 8 0 .loch In bairaok�� on V otari hi rucl
AtUudaut Kdg��oouibo in chargo, "���"
D. CAMPBELL DAVIES & CO.
Representing the Largest
European and American Manufacturers
���OP���
Mills, Mines and Smelting Machinery
SUPPLIES.
EXPORT TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Apartodo No. 83
DURANGO, JJflEXICO.

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