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Daily Edition  No.   1161
.   Provincij. Libr.rv S31o_:
Nelson,   British   Columbia, Wednesday,   October g,  1901
Eleventh  Year
MINING IN
District Labors.  -Work in
the Reco.
Another Payment Make  by
the Syndicate on the Eva
Group.
ore may run to the surface 11ml  yet it
il linnl lo iiml it.    In the ease of  the
TUT? CT OH A TVT I s*'',c'r Ki"R nt tl,t' p"int wlievB  llu'v
J. XlJj   roi-iUUillN i opened the mino a Bhaft  whs sunk for
70 loot before tlni   pay   Hhont   wns en-
  countered, lint later  on   tbey  mined
good ore right to tin* grass roots   at a
Disabilities Ullder WhiCh That  point 800  feet from   where tbe   shaft
wafi sunk but tim shoot wns covered
with alluv'al so that it was bard to
iiml. I expect this to be the case with
thu Bornitc Haul, and am now engaged
in exploring tho surface in the hopn
of Hading a pay snoot there. In one
of the shallow shafts sunk I think
I have founil the pay shoot, but will
not be certain of it until I have had
some assays made. The ore in one
of the old shuts, which is 8!i feet deep,
in places runs up as high as .00 to
the ton, but in others is not of a ship,
pin;,' value. The work done on the
Hornlte Bank anil other properties in
that vicinity have given better results
this season than any heretofore.
Hood results have been attained on
the l'etei'broongh and Cyclone and
other properties. Tlie ore ia gold-
eoppor ttnd generally of a pay grade.
When depth is reached ou these properties I bave no hustitation in saying
I hut two or three good big mines will
be developed." Mr. Cranston leaves
this morning fur Rossland.
ALMOST A
CALAMITY
i Barque Laden With Powder,
Cartridges and Petroleum
Takes Fire.
Among thi! guests at tile l'hair yesterday wns .1. M Harris, president
and genernl manager of Hie Reco
Mining .il Milling company, of San-
ilun, ami onn of the pioneers and
picturesque figures of Hie Slocan. In
speaking of the condition of the mines
in the silver lead belt around SandoU
Mi. Han is snid : "The Reeo never
had as 1 irge a showing of cue as at
present. Krom the deepest workings
of tlie mine, which are about 000 feet
from the surface, about ISO tons of
ore of a pay grade is being extiacted
each mouth and a part of this is
tieing Bent to the Trail and the rest lo
the Selby Smelting works near San
Francisco, Cal. There aro ISO men at
work in the Reeo. All the mines that
aro being operated in the vicinity cf
Sandon have as gio;l showings of ore
in their lower workings as ever in
their history, but the low price of
lend, the high smelting and transportation charges, the laok of confidence
ill the government and oilier drawbacks have a tendency to discourage
Iho mine opcratois, Among the mines
included in those whicli are looking well are the Last Chance, Rambler Cariboo, lloodenough, Silverton,
Trade Doilur nnd others. The mine
owners are only getting jl.'1'l, less 10
per cent, per 100 pounds for their
lead, The lead refinery should be of
help to tho silver-lead minds, provided it is built by parties who will
compete with tho trust nnd provided
it dors not full into the hands of the
lead trust. As a matter of fact the
higher grade properties ulone of tlie
Slocan are being opeiated at a small
profit while those of a lower glade
are shut down awaiting the advent
of mure favorable conditions. We ex-
pod hotter times ufter January 1st
next. Then the contracts with the
smelters will hnve expired by limitation nnil it is anticipated that new
ones will make a lower freigtit
and treatment rate than is i.-j vogue at
present. The present rate is 8111 per
ton with one cent per pound oft the
lend for freight and treatment. A
lower transportation and reduction
charges would bo of help to us at
present as a dollar or two per too
under existing conditions makes quite
a difference," concluded Mr.   Harris.
George (lillies. president of tlie
Toronto Holt & Forging company, is
among the gtiostn at the Phair. Mr.
Uillles is also president of the Imperial Development Syndicate, which
controls the Eva group in the Camborne camp, Mr. Gillies stated that
he eniiio hero fur the purpose of examining the Eva group und of generally looking into tho affairs of the
syndicate. The sum of $10,000 wns
paid   by   the   Imperial   Development
Syndicate o i ��� Monday   to tho parties
from whom the property was bonded.
It will be remembered thnt the It.
0. Hold Fields, limited, had a bond
on the Eva group under which the
property wns to bo acquired for the
sum of if'.Ou.OOO from the Imperial
Development Byndioate, Under this
bond tho sum of $15,000 was (pent iu
development work and some excellent
showings of oro wero uncovered. The
Jl. C. Cold Fields, however, threw up
the bond. Now, it seems, the Imperial
Development Syndioate has dtermioed
to go ahead with the development of
the property and hus shown its good
faith by making a payment ou thu
bond which it held to the extent of
81li,0oo.
J, U. Cranston, who is operating
the llornite Hank group on Morning
mountain in speaking about thnt section yesterday said*. "There has
heen considerable work done on Morning Mountain during lhe senson, but
at present there is not much going on.
Ono peculiarity of the section is
thnt the leads nre very wide, and
still well den fled and oontlnuoue, ami
In them is to be found both high and
���low grade oro.    A s|,0_t of high grade
GOODBYE TO THE WEST.
Winnipeg, Oct. S ���The Duko and
Duohess of Oornwall hade fuiwcll to
the west today nnd nre onco more
speeding eastward on their special
truin. They will reach the lakes tomorrow and on Thursday afternoon
will be in Toronto where an elaborate
programme for their reception and
entertainment has been arranged.
The Duke and Duohess met again nt
Poplar Point this aftei noon. She
arrived from the west in tho morning
and he came down from the hunting
lodge of Senator KiicholTer in the
afternoon, Ho had been expected in
the morning bnt had found the game
su plentiful and enjnyod the shooting
su nr.ieh that he tarried until the last
moment, I'oplar Point lu in the centre of the great Manitoba wheat belt
and an exhibition of threshing was
given for ihe benefit of the roval
party. A threshing outfit drawn hy a
large traction engine wns brougth into
u Held close to tho depot and placed
besido an immense stack of shunted
wheat. The engine was quickly lirod
and the threasher put in motion.
The Duchess stood very close to the
thresher and a guest of wind brought
a mass of chaff down on her hoad nnd
shoulders. She raised hor parasol in
defense and laughingly retreated.
The Duke reached Poplar Point at
3,45 o'clock accompanied by Lord
Minto, the guvernor-goneral, anil the
others who hud formed his hunting
pnrty. He wns very proud of his big
bug of gnme und expressed the grent-
est plonsuro ut his hunting experience. His gumo wns pluced ubonrd
the train and he wil! havo the hunters pleasure of birds for his table shot
by himself
The Uoyal special reached Winnipeg
nt 5.10 and mnde n stop of half an
hour during which the Duke nnd
Duchess visited the flour mills. A
crowd that numbered seveial thousand
gathered nbout tho depot and cheered
the Hoynl couple ns they !ett their
car, and again when thoy re-entered
it.
RAILWAY PRESIDENT'S TROUBLE
Toronto, Oct. s.-D. H. Pardon,
president of the Brandon and South-
wesilrn Railway company, was committed for trial In the police court
this morning, charged wilh defrauding Samuel Johnson, of tho Treinont
house, of .too oash nnd $1,000 In
promissory notes. It Is alleged that
he let tho contract to Johnston to
build 110 miles of railway for which
he had no charter. Johnston advanced
tho money and nolos ub security foi
tho perlormniu-u of his contract.
Whon he learned thnt Furdon had no
authority to build the road he stopped
payment of tho notes and laid tie
oharge of fraud.
PACIFIC CABLE LANDING.
Victoria, Oct. B,-James Wilson,
superintendent of the C. P. R. telegraphs; Mr. I-iockwood, who hns
charge of the work ol preparing the
landings for the Pnoilic culilo.anrt two
engineers left this city for llamlieUl
creek on the west const of Vancouver
island and 104 miles from Victoria,
to mako arrangements nnd lix the site
for the landing place of tbo Pacific
cable. Wharves will be built and
houses erected to accomindate the
stall' which will consist of about 40
men. The cnblo* repair ship will not
have its headquarters on this const ns
previously announco-l but at Fiji.
Luckily a Fire Ship Poured
Water Into Her Until
She Sank.
New York, Oct. 8,���Thu three
masted British bark Griffol was damaged by lire and smoke tonight while
lying at Her dock in the east river.
Fifty-two eases of gun powder, which
were pnrt of the cargo were thrown
over hoard. The cargo of the ship
consisted of 30,000 cases of petroleum,
which was stored in the lower hold,
general iLcrchandlse in the middle
hold and the gunpowder and '.'no cases
of Ii,ailed bird cartridges in the top
hold. The lire, when discovered, was
burning in the lower hold among tho
oil eases,fortunately no case exploded.
The city lire bouts got along side the
(irilTcl and after nn hour's work so
tilled her with water that she sunk
nnd the lire wns extinguished. Loss
is estimated at about -150,000.
WILL GET A GOOD RECEPTION.
Montreal, Oct, 8.���Archio McNaugh-
ton's "Sunday School Hovs, " ns the
Vancouver Y. M. C. A. team is known
here, will receive a princely reception
when they arrive hero tomorrow
night. A big delegation of Shamrock
men acoompBOictl by a brass hand will
eseoil the visitors to the Windsor
hotel. Thu .Shamrock,, have prepared
a programme for the entertainment of
the visitors which winds up, win or
lose, with n banquet on Saturday
nigbt nt the Windsor.
it is not at all certain that If the
visitors win, thoy will carry the
Minto cup back witn them. The
Capitnls hnve it and so tnr have not
evinced any disposition to hand it
uvor although Ross bus done all he
oan to expedite matters
POOR CROPS IN QUEBEC.
Quebec, Oct. 8,���Returns so fur as
received by the department of agriculture indicate that the crops of Quebec
province have shown marked deterioration since July,owing to unfavorable
wenther nnd with the exception of
fodders are turning out poorly.
Potutoea are the poorest crop, the percentage being 68. Tho expected shortage will cuuso u big adnvnee in price.
Tho genernl avernge for the province
is flxed nt 75. Wheat and barley, 78;
oats, 75 j roots, 79; pears, 08; apples,
114 ; fodders,    85.
DEAL FOP. TIIE VAN   ANDA.
iM'IC, 1*1. to TIIIC MINIMI.)
Vancouver, Oot. 8,���O. R. Allan, of
Donvor, Col , will tnke churgo of tho
Vun Andn mines for an American
lirm tomorrow and will work the
mines one month. If the syndicate
are satisfied with the results thoy
will purchase the property nt a price
already stipulated,
KILLU.D AT IIARWOOD MINE.
(8PHOIAL TO rui- iiiMiii.i
Nniiaimo,   Oot.   8.���While working
iu llai'ewooil mine this evening,
George Waring received injuries from
thu fall of a rock which may terminate fatally. Tlie base of liis skull
was badly fractured, Ilis son who
was working with him escaped.
PHILIPPINE PORTS OPENED.
Washington, Oct. B.���Ueaeral
Chaffee hns notified the war department that thu Philippine ports of
Malitbeg, Cabalinn und Hinuiiangan,
Island of Lcytu, have been opened to
the coasting trade.
Toronto, Oot. 8.���Troops niearriv.
ing huiiily now for the great military
review to be held on the occasion of
tlio Duno's visit. Aiming the arrivals
today was Major-!ienoral O'Grady-
Haloy. He said : " Wn want it to be
the greatest military event that has
ever taken place in Canada and it
will bo disappointing should it he
otherwise.''
Montreal, Oct. 8.-Dr, Allright,
senior surgeon of the Elder-Dempster
line, has been appointed surgeon of
the Steamer Empress of India.
MORRO ISLAND
ATTACKED
Liberals Make a Determined
Onslaught   on   the
Fortress.
A British Gun Boat Goes to
Scene to Protect Shipping
Interests.
advise the authorized edition of tlio
revised version iu the leading lessens.
The committee reported, that in the
opinion of the committee, that the
table of lessons was njt a pail of the
prayer book in the sense that the genernl provision for the amendment, of
the prayer book applied to it.
J, P. .Morgan presented a memorial
from the church clubs of New York
and o'.l.er cities in regard to a
bishopric in the Philippines. The
delegation from the Canadian church
was brought into the hcuse of deputies
by the committee appointed for the
purpose accompanied by a number of
bishops and presented by the llisliop
of Kentucky.
Colon, Oct. s.���Forces of Liberals
numbering about .1��o attacked Morro
island commnuding the entrance to
the port of Tumaco un September
84th. The island hnd uli nlong been
garrisoned with loss than 100 troops,
well supplied with arms, ammunition
and stores, including more than 150
neail of cattle and other provisions
in proportion. The binding was
affected before daybreak, by means
of canoes. Simultaneously the island
was stormed from tlie other end by
Liberals on tbe mainland. Mono
island is surrounded by shallows and
banks uud thn only means ol approaching tlie island is by the narrow
river, which is within easy rouge of
tho island. Tiie British steamer
Quito, bound from Guayaquil, Ecuador}, for Panama and touching at ports
between,anchored off Mono island on
the night of September 10th and
weighing anchoi at daybreak started
up the steam towards Tumaco. The
Liberals flred a shot across her bows.
Suspecting the situation she immediately turned ; but rifle shuts and one
cannon continued to be fired at her,
the former stiiking her several tunes
sdd'TKe'lattei uncr, the ball uiaiting-H
hole right through her at tlio water
mark, though tho damage in othor respects wus slight.
The Quito then steamed lo the furthest point the tide would permit
and again anohore I, The firing was
now resumed but it coar.od after a few
minutes,the Liberal having discovered
the imprudence of thoir action. It is
signiflcunt that, shoitly after the
Quito incident became known the
Itritish warship lenrus left Panama
for a destination not made public, but
probably Tumaco. The steamship
agents havo been officially notified not
to accept freight at that point. Thc
situation ou the isthmus is unchanged
und quiet.
FEW HRITISH COMING.
Toronto, Oct. 8.--I11 his annuul report, which hns just been published,
Thomas Southworth, director nf
colonization, snys immigration has
chnnged so much in recent .yeurs that
Cnnada enn no longer expect to get
many imimgrants from tho British
Isles, In 1870, 24,407 immigrants
enmo to Canada. This had fallen to
4.983 in 1000. Immigration from the
United Suites, however, is, Mr.
Southworth says, better.
TRIENNIAL CONVENTION.
MURDER AND RAPINE.
Discussion   as   to   the   Use of thc Revised Version of the Scriptures.
San Francisno, Cal., Oct. 8,���At
today's session of the Triennial Kpis-
copul convention the morning prayers
In the house of deputies, wus conducted by Bishop Partridge, of Kyoto,
assisted by Rov. James Winchester of
S'.. Louis. The house, was culled to
order by President Lindsay. Thu lirst
matter to come up being a motion to
correct a report anu error in the vote
taken yesterday on the amendment to
utricle X of the constitution. This
gave rise to considerable discusMsou.
The change of the vote of Nebraska
which hud been iuoorrectly entered in
the record resulted in the defeul of
the amendment.
In the I'liriual opening of tbe liouse
today, the rule proposed by the committee on rules was adopted, provid
ing that no now business shall bo introduced nftor Satuiday, Octobur I2th,
except by pemissiou of a two-thirds
vote.        The   committee   reported   011
memorials from Milwaukee and
Colorado thut the name of tbe church
as it appears on the title page of the
prayer bock be changed. That, as a
constitutional amendment would be
required, the whole matter should be
referred to a special committee to be
appointed by the chair. Thc corn*
miltoo furthur reported a recommendation that those concur in the action
of the bishops providing for m n rig nnl
readings;  also   that   thoy   could  not
Treacherous Deeds of Filipinos Dealt
With by Army Courts.
Wnslirington, Oct. 8.���Horrible
stories of murdei and rapine are con���
taiued in the rcords of a number of
court martial eases in the Philippines, copies of which have reached
the war department. Five natives
seized three Filipino residences of the
town of 1'oorrubio, together with an
Igorotta harvester Conveying these
captives to an,isolated spot they murdered them with bulos and inped the
women of the families of tlieir victims. The motive for the iked appeared to have been Lhat the victims
hnd damaged u strcitir which diverted
irrigating waters from the lands ol
the murderers. All five were sen-
luneeil to be bunged. A native uamed
Rlatingf* with one or more companions
assassinated, with dnggers, Piivate
James T. llurgey, Compuny C, ''iilh
iuluntiy, while the latter was acting
as a guard cf prisoners pulling wutei
for tbe garrison stationed at Bars
Nuevo Pansy. The native was sentenced to death. With a rock, a rice
beater and a club, one Justino Rui
and sume of his companions set upon
a native named Acastu whom the)
suspected of having aided the American cuuso und bent him to death.
Ruiz was sentenced to death. Two
natives were tried, charged with the
murder of Private Eugene P. Lyons,
Company K, 5th infantry, whom they
enticed to an isolated spot, killed him
with liolos and buried him on the
spot. They too were sentenced to
death.
WRESTI.lNi; AT CLEVELAND.
Cleveland, Oct. s. ��� Tom Jenkins
again demonstrated Ilis supeiiority
over a worthy opponent in a wrestling match tonight when ho threw
John J. Rooncy, Chicago's chnmpion,
iu two successive fnlls, at the Central armory before 4,000 spectators.
Dun McLeod of Buffalo, challenged
the winner aud will probably meet
Jenkins 111 this city in the neai
future.
CHINA WILL NEGOTIATE.
Washington, Oct. 8.*��� Minister Conger has cabled the stuto department a
briet conflrmntion of the Pekin reporl
by Royal decree the Chinese government has appointed cspecinlly empowered  representatives to trout with
Mr. Shnnett and such other officers ns
may be appointed in behalf of the
European nations to negotiate trade
und turiff treaties,
SIX DAV WALKING MATCH.
Philadelphia, Oct.. 8.���The loaders
iu thu six day walking iuntch aie
setting a fust paco for tlie weury
trailers. A midnight Cartwrlght hnd
,10 miles to his credit, (Hick 300,
Hiigolinnn SOB, Tracey 'Jn:i, Golden
103, Hurt III!),    Day 182,    Messier   1 T'.i.
Barnes 176, Oavunaugh 108, Dunn 155,
Qerreau i-ii.
NEW A.MEEli PROO-AIMED.
London, Oct. 0. ���Native reports
assetl, says a despatch to The Times
fiom Simla, that the accession of
Hubib Oulah k'han, has been officially nniiiniiiced at Jelalahad and
Ouknn und the unnounccinent was
received quietly.
GOLD COIN DISAPPEARS.
Toronto, Oct, s.���A bag containing
8,*>80 in gold coin consigned to P, W.
Ellis .t Co, manufacturing jewelers
of this city, from the Philadelphia
mint, hns mysterionsy disappeared
from the customs house.
DEATH OF
CLARK WALLACE
He Quietly Passed Away at
10.15   Last   F.ven-
ing.
TIRED OF LOW WAGES.
Kingston, Oct. 8,���The Journeymen
tailors here are out un strike, a dozen
hiiops being affected. The men want
un increase of "lli to B0 per cent ou the
present schedule.
MURDER  IN NOVA  SCOTIA.
Halifax, Oct. 8.���Isaac Kaptnln was
murdered by an unknown party at
('lark's harbor, Yarmouth county, last
night.
For Many Years He Has Been
at thc Head of the Orange
Order
Woodhrldge, Ont., Oct. 8.��� Hun.
N. Claike Wallace passed away at
in. IS this evening.
lion. N. Claike Wallace, M. P.,
ivns born in Woodhrldge, Ont,, on
Mny .-', 1S4I. Hi: wus educated at the
public scliool at Woodbridge, the
Weston grittiuiier school and under
private tuition. After teaching for
live years be joined his brother in
mercantile pursuits afterwards ndding
a lloui mill. He served several years
in the township council of Vaughan,
and wus wnrden of lhe county of York
in 1878. He was elected to represent
West York iu lhe house of commons
the same year ami has been re-elected
at every general election since oy increased majorities. In Juno 1800, his
majority was 4,068 the largest in tho
history of Canada, He was made
comptroller of customs in IS'.'*.', but
��� esiglied in 1808, because he disup-
proved of the course taken by the government in forcing thc sepitrule
snh uoi system on Manitoba. In the
-ession ol 1800 he took a veiy active
part in resisting the passage of the
Coercion bill, in which course he
differed from lhe lender of the Con.
sci'vnt.lve party,     lie was an Orange-
man, but wns inudernte nnd consistent
m his views, which was shown by his
lOSigning u cabinet position in pursuance of Hie principles which he
believed in.
He hnd always taken an active part
in tho affairs of the Orange older,
being successively secretary snd W.
AI. of the Woodbiidge bilge, district
and county master mul provincial
grand treasurer. Since I8I10 he hna
been grand master of Loyal Ornngo
Lodge of British America and for six
yccars president of tho Triennial
council of Orangemen of the world.
He lind chaigi of tho Ornngo incorporation bill, which wus passed in 1800,
and was one of thc "Noble Thirteen"
who opposed the pnssugo of tho
Jesuits' Estnte act. Ho wus chnrimnn
of the committee of parliament that
investigated the combinations in
restraint of trade and was the author
of the Cum bines Bill, which was
passed by the parliament of Canada
to prevent illegal combinations.
Personally ho was a man of gonial
disposition and of abiding friendship
and was honest to the core. Ilo was a
public speaker of more than ordinary
ability, and addressed a meeting in
this city in November of last year
during tlio visit of Sir Charles Tupper,
and was banqnottud by the local
Orange lodge.
In ls'.ni7 he spent cunsideiable timo
iu looking into tho mining interests
uf British Columbia and with his
friends became interested in mining
properties In the Ainswoith and Knin-
loops camps.
A SCANDAL  IN MONTREAL.
Montreal, Oct. 8.���0,   E.   P. Lyon,
who claims to be the Canadian agent
for tlie Lipton company has entered
suit uguinst Capt. Frank Fisher for
(80,000 damages for aliouutlon of liis
wife's a Hi ct ions. Cant. Eishor clniins
thut the suit is nothing but bluckmail
and will contest the suit every inch.
Detectives hnve been working up the
record Of Lyons and his wife und tho
details published are not croditublo.
SEALSKINS SEIZED.
Montreal, Oct. 8.���Tb�� United
.States authorities have made a big
seizure of sealskins shipped from
Montreal. Thuy were seized because
their Importation to the Unitod States
is forbidden, undei tho act piohibit-
in;; the exportation of skins taken in
the 1101 llirrn Pat i fie.
TWO SYRIANS DROWNED.
Prcscott. lint.,   Oct. 8,  -While John
Derry wns rowing two Syiluns   11 cross
the rivor   to   Ogdensbiiig    Inst   night
the bout capsized.   Derry  managed to
swim   ashore   but both Syrians   wero
drowned. Nelson  Daily Minir,  Wednesday   Pctobep q, iaoi
The Nelson Miner
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WhKICI.Y  MlNKR
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ntral  Press Affenoj, Ltd., Special Agent!
Alexander fr C0..6SI Fir-t Avoiine, Spokane
Wa-h.. keep tbi.- paper on lllr, and are cur
aii;.liori/.ed agonts for odvortlsoinontB ub
scrtptions,
LOW UBADE MINES.
Statements concerning tbe profit
enrning possibilities of low-grade
mines ns Ihey arc ordinarily given
oct to, and accepted by the public.
are on the whole misleading says the
Mining and Scientilic Press. Possibly
nt is the intent with whioh some
are started, but it does not excuse
ibeir unrelialility, even though it explains the reason for it. The danger
con-lists in the setting up of 11 false
valuation for mines. The low grade
mine is ordinarily an example used
without any qualification, to make a
direct comparison with a different
kind of mine. Por want of un exuet
accepted definition, a low-grade mine
is loosely taken to mean a mine yielding gross market values of metal as
low SB the particular example. Oold
quartz mines that arc made to pay on
82 ore, quicksilver mines that show a
profit on paper witli one-third of one
per Oent quicksilver ore, copper mines
that I ay more than expenses with three-
fourth of one per cent of copper, when
c ipper sells at 17 cents per pound, are
all popularly considerdmuoh the same
kind of low-grade mines, In reality
they are not at all the same thing.
The gold mino that pays with 92 a
ton ore is tho true low-grade mine,
made by unturo an apportunity, and
as such improved by mac The
quicksilver mine with .'13 ptrcent
ore is npt a mine at all. It is only
nenr enough to it to be a school from
which to got experience at not too
high a cost. The % Pur cent copper
mino as a low-grade mine for profit
is a mistake. Theie may be a profit
with oopper at 17 cents, but it vanishes with a slight downward change
in the market price of the metal. Tbe
chance of profit should not he taken.
With the exploitation of low-grade
gold mines one must feel tho way by
trials on successively larger scales
Thero ia no ileductivo certainty that
the eioipicnce of exploitation of one
mine is going to duplicate itself in
another.
The only wife way is to bo liberal
iu insisting on a considerable profit
margin for a new proposition ovor
that found by experience in the old
one. With so-called low-grade mines
of othor metals it is a queBtion of tlie
maintenance of present metal prices.
The permanent tendency of lend, oop-
por and zinc prices is downward.
Tho much greater aggregate of mining opcratons for these metals has a
constant tendency to increase tlio production of the metal from high-grade
ores and to depress the sale price of
the metul. The effect is to raise the
minimum grade nt which the ore can
be profltnbly mined. It 1.*, good business to discount this tendency in
advance. Big low grade propositions
may figure into metul very fust, but
into profits not at all.
The cost of mining and treatment
ol' the unit of ores is a fairly lixed
fact from which to begin estimnting.
The average metal content of the ore
Bhould bo able to balance this from
the sale prices much lower than at
present. Here is whero a difference
may cumu 111 between mines. With
unliable oro bodies uf lhe same magnitude nnd average metal content, one
may have the moial uniformly distributed in tint ore, and the others
havo more or less of iis metal concentrated so that It oan be mined separately. The latter can stand the lowered values of lower prices by restricting the milling to the portion of the
ore body containing the concoritinted
metal. The hist described cannot
stand, tbe lowered price, fur it must
be all miii-iblc ut a proiit or none of
it in. It is this kind of a mine thnt
is apt to become a disappointment as
an investment for piulit from low-
grBde ores.
COMPANY.
INCORPORHTED 167*0.
New Fall Goods Arrived
The very latest creations in Ladies'Costumes
Jackets, Skirts, Waterproofs,
Japanese Dressing G-owns,
Parisian Blouse Flannels and Wool Delaines,
American Silk and Satin Waists.
Dress Fabrics (i suit lengths) in Newest Shades and Weaves.
PRICES RIGHT-
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Hudson's Bay Oompany.
amusement and gratification of bis
grandchildren. By means of those
pictures they could form a frooly
clear idea of the plnces he visited
and thus keep in better touch with
his movemets. This incident throws
a sidelight on the charaoter of the
king which is creditable to hiin as
it reveals that amid liis many cares
and the most weighty responsiiblities
be yet hnd time to think of his grand-
children and to send daily comnuini-
oat ions to them. The use ot these
cards hns become so universal in some
parts of Europe that they have
assured considerable importance. This
is shown by the action of the Greek
government in securing �� monopoly
nf the business of making them, and
it hss issued cards with M different
views of famous oities and other
views. These are largely usee by
tourists who send them to their
friends at home so that they mny
form an idea uf the ancient cities and
notable places through whioh they
are touring.
Enterprising citie9 elescwhere aro
using the pictorial postal card as a
means of advertising. The private
postal card, with a ono cent stamp
attached, is privileged to go anywhere that a government postal curd
enn go. The people of Nelson should
get up postul enrds containing views
uf the city and they should ho placed
on sale at thc stationery stores. Besides general visws of N'elson variety
conld bo secured by having views of
.Haker btreet, tho Hall Mines smelter,
ind characteristic views of the plants
if   the leading mines in this vicinity,
partner and without demanding* nny
other consideration than continuous
and faithful service. The desire of
all men is to provide for old nge nnd
this is one of the main reasons which
impells men to strive to secure a competency before tho time of usefulness has departed, and the pension
granteJ by the company makes this a
eeitaiu"-y, and hence it is obvious that
the advantages which the company
will reap from the plnn will bo quite
ns gient as that which it gives. This
is no new experiment, it has been
tried and found to operate successfully by other large corpirations in
Europe as well as on this conntinent.
It has proved successful nearly al
ways, as it redounds to the advantage
of the corporation or individual wbo
adopts it. This bas been so much the
oase that the wonder is that the
system is not more geneial.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Tho investigation to determine tlio
cause of the lass of the steamer Islander, which is ill progress at the coast,
is proceeding slowly. So far it seems
to be established that the steami r was
running at full sped when the collision occurred, the passengers were
not promptly aroused after the
collision, the boats woio not immediately launched nor kopt under control
of the ship's ooinpuny until all of the
passengers had an opportunity of lev-
ins; themselves. The short time that
elapsed between tha striking of tho
submerged ice bank and the sinking
of the  steamship and   the time of tl
tho   falls   at   Honnington   and   other I disaster at an early hour in the morn-
points of   interest.     The sale of theso  ing pievented much   from being doue
could   be   pushed   as much as possible  that would   have been bad there beeu
by tho merchants   and   others  inter-j more time.     Enough evidence will be
Bsted in the  city.     It   would   be  an
ensy nnd not a costly   matter, too, foi
Arms   to   have their   private   pictoral
postal curds.  If this plnn were curried
out  systematically   it  should pruvo a
splendid       method       of    advertising
Nelson.
TENSIONS FOB RAILWAY MEN.
PIOTORIAL HOST CAHDS.
Tho pictorial postal card is spreading. It is related of King Edward,
wno recently returned from the continent, that h.s grandchildren received
from him every morning during the
time that he wns nwny one or more
pictorial post cards giving a view of
the place from which it was Written
or II notable building or bit of sceneiy
in the vicinity. This incident shows
that the ruler of the great British
empire is an afleetionat     family man
The directors ot the Canadian
Pacific Railway at the last annual
meeting recognized the desirability of
making sume provision fur the pensioning of faithful ollicers und employes, who, after 11 lung term of service become incapacitated for their
respective positions by tcason of
advanced nge, by sotting aside. (USO,-
000 as the nucleus of u pension fund to
be used for pensioning the ollicers
and employees. The dlectors have
not yot succeeded in formulating a
plan for the administration of the
fund, hut now, that the nucleus for
the fund has been provided,  doubtless
iho details tor its administration will
soon be arranged. Tho iden wns suggested by Sir Thomus Sliiuiiflinessy,
president of the company, in liis annual report submitted to the directors and was by them adopted,
This is one of the wisost nnd most
humane steps Hint hns yet been tnken
by the munngement of the (.'. 1'. li.
anil while it mny be thought to represent a loss to tiie compuny, still this
loss will, W8 sincerely believe, be
more than compensated for by the
gnin which the company will make
in tho way of increased ellicicncy of
service and because it will not in the
future be so liable to lose its more
valuable man who are more likely to
remain with a company when a pension is assured them in old age thun
if thnt incentive fur faithful nnd
steady service wns not held out to
tbem. Besides tbis, enoh employe
will feel thnt he has a diiect pcisonnl
interest in the affairs of the coinpany
and therefore, will work untiri'igly
towards making it successful.
The company in holding out the
Inducement   of a pension makes   each
scoured on which to found a verdict,
but so far but few facts beyond those
published at the time of the accident
have been brought out. The main
benefit to be derived from thu investigation will be to piovido some Iitlio
data as to how a like emergency may
he met in thc future with the least
loss of life.
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foi    sale   at   close
prices  for
cash  or   on   easy
payments
on the  instalment
plan.
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Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
LUijiW.
Deilve.re_.3t0 any point
on Kootenay Lake.
1 have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles,
Mouldings. Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSOM
n-id LAB] O,
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON
J. A. SAYWASD.
The DAILY MINER
WILL UK DBLIYBKED TO
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning Immediately
on arrival of steamer, at the
rale of ,
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions to be
witli the agent)
left
D.   J.   YOUNG.
Fall   and
Winter
Costumes
X GoIf.Capes
s\ Skirts, Etc.
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Our new Range of These Goods Rep- g
resent the Latest and most up-to-date
styles produced.
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l'utrefying fooil in tlio intestines
proiluees effects lilto thoso of aisenic,
but Dr. King's New I.ifo Pills expel
tlio prisons from the clogged bowels,
gently, easily but surely, ouring Constipation, Biliousness, Sick llenilaclie.
Fevers, all Liver, Kidney and Ilowel
troubles. Only -Tic at Canada Drug Sr
Hook Co,
IIKAIN-FOOD NONSENSE.
Another ridiculous food fad has been
branded     by     the   most     competent
authorities,    They have dispelled the
silly notion that one Kinit of food Is
needed for brain, another for muscles,
and still another for bones. A correct diet Will not only nourish a particular part of the body, but it will
sustain every other pint. Vet, how-
evei good your food mny be, its nutriment is destroyed by indigestion cr
dypepsia. you must prepare for their
ppearance or prevent their coming by
ailing regular doses of Uioen's August
Flower, the lavonte medicine of the
healthy millions. A few doses aids
digestion, stimulates the liver to
healthy aetion, purifies the blood, and
makes you feel bnoyaut and vigorous.
You can get Dr C. (1. (linen's reliable
remedies at W. F. Teetzel Sc Co. 's.
(let ('recti's Special Almanac
GALT COAL
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
hand.
Kates to all railway and
lake points
W. P. TIERNEY,
I General Agent.
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors west
C.P.R   offices.
N. E. T. CO.
Reduction in service, taking place
Sunday 29th in.1 taut. 40 minute
service before 11 a. m. antl after
7.40 p. m.   20 minutes between.
I nn. T.tlil.1*.
OALL ON THI
NELSON WINE CO.
nnd try a bottle, a down, or a barrol of
CALGARY BEER a* It U the bom, and
cnwipoHt on tho niarkot, AIuo try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
FRANK   A. TAMBLYN. M.......
Telephone Oil ����**>or 8U. Nelson
and thnt Uu is   not above utilizing the
(heap and pretty postal   cards for   tho'and every man iu its employ a limited 1
If YOUR HORSE
Is   lame    or    interferes
bring him   to   the   City
Horseshoeing Shop, Jo
sephine Street
ALEX. GIBSON.
KiiKumii.rn
7.00 a, ����
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8,20
9.00
9.40
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11.00
11.20
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11.00
11.20
Every 20 mmtues Between
hour, 20 past and
Boffaftlawa
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HEADQUARTERS FOR
IRON AND BRASS BEDS
We have thc Largest and Finest
Assortment in the city.
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A. R. HEYLAND,
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KASLO,  B.  C.
Mineral -laims and mines smveyed,
LOW   RATES.
To San Fraucisco and Return
$51.50 ALL RAIL
$46.50 BY STEAMER.
This especially low rale is mado
on account ofthe Episcopal Convention to be   held  in San Francisco,
Dates of sale, Sept. 23rd Id 27th
inclusive. Good lo return until
Nov. 13th,
Buffalo and Return
$76.00
Good for sixty days, first
and third Tuesday, August,
September and October.
Through passenger trains between Spokane and Nelson. Buffet
service between Spokane and
Northport.
Leave PAY TRAIN Arrive
D.00 n.m Spokane 7:88 p.in
U:85p,m Rossland i mi p.if
10:10 a.m Nelson 0.1)5 p.m,
H, A. JAOKSON, (i. P. tc T.A,
Spokane   VVusii
��. K. TAOKABURY
Agent, Nelson. B.(!
Kootenay Railway and Nav*
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO fr. HI.OCAN KAIL WAY,
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & THAI) CO LU
Shortesl uml nnlokosl route lo tho ona! mul ill
l*��'iit*iem ihuo. k. s N. ,��������� Northern ''"
CtfinSSn   W'i'Ui"Kla"' ��r'��"" "'"'
rime Card effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry*
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lOiMp.in, Ar.
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Ar. I'M p. m
Lv. 1.-M p. in*
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MM-IUILO ROIITB.
Nolson Ar. 11:00 n in.
liusio Lv. 7:oo ti. nil
. Connoqllng at Five Milo Point with Nolnon
s fun Phoupard Railway both to uml from
Rowand, oio
���"-'" p. in. Lv.
MOp, in. Ar.
Tlokota Bold to all parts In Unlioil Blato. nnil
iiniu.i via Ureui. Northern iinilO. It. 8 K.
t,o. *i linos',
l,,0cu'"!l,",t"��iii*lii|'  tlokots  ami  ratos via nil
linos will bo furnished on application,
iror fnrilior particulars enn on or addroea
ROBERT IRVINU
., ,. ,��� Ha-ifti-er, ICimln.H, (-
U-K I tOKAncitv AKont. Neluon 11. ('.
Ymi should'tlt send out of town for
enrilh for yourself or your husband
until ymi .see what The Miner I'iiu do
for you.
���/��� 0. GWILLIM. B-, Sc,
MINING ENGINEER
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C,
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. B.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head okfioe toronto, ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to O. L. LENNOX.  B��k�� Bfc
__- j Nelsou. Nelson   Daii v  Miner, Wednesday October g,  .(joi
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At the record ofBee yesterday tbej
following transactions wore recorded:
Transfers, one-third Interest in the
.Inker, near Ymir. from John Green-
hill to II. Vun Buskirkia thrte-
nuarter interest in the Yule fraction,
from 0. E t'rolir, to 0, N. Lovell.
A declaration wns recorded by C.
Dell Smith, editor of the Ymir
.Mirmr, that lie had inserted a certain
li-gal notioe 14 times in the publication mentioned. Tbe notioe which
was also recordod, was an agreement
to sell the Ilardscrahble aud a one-
half ii teres* in the Oreat Divide,
���Summit and Sydney claims 16 John
Hepburn from 0, Cameron. A notice
to delinquent co-owners on the Dewey
was recorded by Charles Nortli ridge
John Phillips transferred to D. T.
Mowat, his entire interest In the
Oregon fraction. Locations, Simcoe,
on south fork of l'oi'eupiue creek by
W. F. Edgar; Y'ale fraction, on Bear
creek, by D. E. Grobe; Alterta, on
west side of Kootenay river, by li. V.
Thomson ; Manitoba, on the west side
of Kootenay river, about four miles
from Nelson, by. N MoColemanj Quebec, on the west side of Kootenny
liver, about four miles south of Nelson, by B, il. Migbtoill Prince
Edward, on the west siileof Kootenav
river, four miles south of Nelson, by
,1.11. Stamford; Hall, on the west side
of Kootenay liver about four miles
south of Nelson by T. Risen. A certilicate of work was issue.1 to C. 11.
Ogilvie on the Agnes.
There is a deal now pending on
property belonging to (ieo. Goldsmith
nnd .lohn Leash, of Canbrook, and J.
lloiile, situated about a mile and a
half from Fish eieek, near the mouth
of lloyd creek, says the Revelstoke
Herald. Tlie amount involved in the
transaction is 1,300,000 This property
was only located about two months
ago and has the phenomenal showing
of Hi feet of ore on the surface, which
bus been traced for a distance of over
1,000 feet across the clairos. Patsy
Clarke, of .Spokane, it is said, is the
man who is Interesting the big
millionaire mining men of Butte,
Montana, in this propeity. Already
the engineer is on tho ground and bus
reported favorably on the piopoity,
remarking that it was un necessary
to measure the ore body, for, as he
Bald, a blind man could see for himself. Piitsy Clarke and the Untie men
aio jnst the kind that tbe camp wants
men who have succeeded in other localities. Tc Revelstoke this deal if
completed v..ill mean a whole lot, and
il behooves our business men to ho on
the 1> okout for the business of tin-
camp aa the territory rightly belongs
to this town as its supply point.
HAROLD J. STRACHAN I)1_A1>.
BAKINCPOWDE
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JjWdef s��''JEtfuSf "tomy
PoyvderaiidcositsKat ;
^Jw If the. prrde t    H
up at ths coining session of tbe court
of assizes in that of Van Norman vs.
MoVeBgb, A*i Interpleader action in
connection with the Hampton mine
in the Slocan, ln the case of Royal
Hank of Canada vs. Harris, an action
to recover the sum of ,1,201) upon
two promissory notes received from
one Clarke by the plaintiffs. Harris,
it is ssiil, defends ou the ground that
the notes were given in gambling,and
tho bank did not receive thorn in a
bonulide manner and in the due
course of business. In Carmichhael
vs. Egan, a Sandon suit, the plaintiffs
claim damages for unlawful distress.
The defendant is Mrs Egan of Sandon. McMillan vs. Sand Hands, et al,
is a postponed action, involving thc
winding up of the estate of Crawford
& McMillan of Sandon. Felt vs.
Dickinson, this is an action involving
the winding up of the partnership
existing between the parties mentioned, at Slocan City. Dookstader
vs. Botsford, tbis is suit arising out
of the Callahan vs. Copelund case at
Sandon. It was down for trial at
the sitting of tlie oourt bnt has been
postponed by consent.
A    Highly    Respected   und     Popular
Young Man Passes Away.
The many friends of J. K. Stiaehan,
city clerk of Nelson municipality,
will loam with deep regret, of the
great loss which he has sustained
through the untimely death of his
son, Harold J. Stiaehan, which oc*
curred yesterday in St. Mary's hospital in Sun Francisco. For ovur it
year past young Strachan hud been
Buffering from hernia and went from
Hod Illult* to San Francisco on Wednesday last for the purpose of having
an operation performed. It is supposed that he succumbed to the shock
of the operation.
Tlio deceased had been connected
with bis brother,Ernest,in tbo plumbing business lu this city for the past
three years and was well and fnovr
ably known in the business circles of
the eity. He was an enthusiastic and
energetic    member    of   tbe   Haptist
chinch of this city, and during the
time ho resided lietc held several
offices of trust connected with the
work of the church. Ilo took great
pride ill Sunday school work, was a
most successful teacher and won the
love of the children in his class.
Owing to failing health young
Stiaehan went to California about
four months since and after traveling
about he found himself to bo so much
Improved that he accepted a position
at Red Muff In a sash ami door fae-
tory a month ago. All the communications which have been   received   from
him were of u most encouraging nature, until Saturday lust when Uev.
J. II. Morgan, pustor of the Baptist
chuurh, received a letter from him iu
���whicli he stilted that his old
trouble lu.it recommenced and that he
was leaving for San Francisco in half
an hour where lie intended to enter u
hospital for the purpose of having un
operation perfoimed, Tbo next Intelligence roceived was in tlie shape of a
telegram which stated that lie was
douil.
J. K. Strachan, father of the deceased, yesterday telegraphed to San
Francisco to bave tlie remains embalmed anu forwarded to Nelson for
interment here. It is expected that
tho body will arrive on Saturday
evening.
OUR SPECIALTY
"GOODCHEER"
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We are showing this  season  a  full
line of these goods  and solicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
Company.
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WANT
ER'S
PAGE.
FOR SALE OR RENT]    MISCELLANEOUS
Advertisementsinsorted untior thlsboadat
thn nil-i ef ooo cent a word unr Insertion. No
odvortlsomont takon tor ln,:*i than 2.1 c<*r.**i
Situation  v.'.in<t.i   advortlsonients  Inserted
three ttluoa free nf chaiuo.
TWENTY-TWO uniurnilisHil rooms,
corner Hall and linker streets, to
rent, nil modem conveniences, suitable for lodging rooms or living
rooms. Applv ut shoe storo on
premises
FOB SALE.���Cheap  for cash,   house,
chicken house and lot, 50X20, eorner
of   Cedar   and   Observatory     streets,
(iood gulden.    Apply on premises.
FOI! SALE.���A tame doe lawn; would
make   a   nice pet, perfectly   docile.
Apply A. II. S.. Granite Siding
FURNISHED Iiooms,   every convenience; south east corner of Carbonate
and Josephine streets.
FOU RENT���Home Temperance hotel,
20 bedrooms, dining room, parlors,
kitchen, ull furnished complete; 875
per month. Apply to A. (J. Gamble,
agent, Hukor street.
THE NORTHWESTERN DEVELOPMENT
SYNDICATE, Ltd.
incorporated under the laws of Britisli Columbia.
Capital . 1,000.000 in l ,000,000 Shares. Par Value $ i .00 Each.
AU Treasury Block.   No rromtilcrs' ami No Preferred Slm-li
ROOMS TO RENT.���K. W. C. Block-
Two rooms en suite ou Ward st.,
also rooms facirg the west. On September 1, two sirgui rooms and two
or three cn i.n.te facing Baker st.
' Fnrnishe- or unfurnished. Mrs. F.
.1. Siiu.re, Koom 41,  K.    W. C. Uloek.
PROPERTIES
Cambourne Group, 9 Claims
Oyster Group, 6 Claims
WANTED
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's Nest
Southern    Ky.      Good   wages, long
job   Headquarters, K'nlo,    II.   C. A,
Guthrie & Co.
THE_CITY
The nonunion government has
stocked Christina lake, in the lioundary, with hlack bass, Tlio C. P. K.
mado every possible arrangement for
tlie proper planting of tile fish giving
passes to those in charge aud supplying fresh wuter and other requisites
on the journey. it is confidently ex*
peited that in two years time excellent buss lisbing will he tlie result.
The winter schedule of the C. 1'. 1!.
goes into effect on Monday, October
llth, Monday next. The boms of
arrival and departure for Nelson have
not been definitely announced but thoy
are expected lo he piacticnlly the
same as last winter. Owing to the
heavy shipment of grain from Muui-
loba the winter schedule is put in
rather curlier than a year ago.
Charles A. Benedict of the lirm o
,1. Y. Griffin .t Co,, loaves today for
the purpose of accepting a position
with Breoltenridgo & Lund at Morrissey iu East Kootenay. Last evening
he wim tendered a banquet by his
friends at the residence of Mrs,
O'Reilly. The table was elegantly
decorated, the moiin was excellent and
was thoroughly onjoyed by all in
attendance. During the evening
speeches weie made in which higli
tributes were paid tc the worth and
character of tlie guest of the evening,
to tbe pleasant association which
those present had enjoyed with him
during his residence iu this city, and
reference made to thc regret which
bis many friends felt over his approaching departure. A pleasant feature of thn affair was the presentation
to Mr. Benedict of an Illuminated addiess and a handsome gold locket,
ornamented with his monogiam and
the three links of tha Odd Fellows
order. Mr. Benedict was visibaly
affected by these tokens of good will
und made a short but eloquent speech
in whioh lie thanked his friends for
the many favors sluwn him and said
no matter in what pint of the world
his future lot might be east be would
retain the pleuiiantost memories of his
many friends in Nelson. Altogether
it was u iiiohI pleasant affair,
Located in ilia Kree Gold Fish River Camp,   Lar-
de.'iti Mining Division, British Columbia.
Large Veins.
Free Hilling Gold Ore
FIRST ALLOTMENT
200.000 SHAKL-S NOW OFFERED AT 30  GENTS   PEK   SHAKE
NKLSON Employment Agency. Baker
streot.    Phone '378.   ,1. II. Love.
WANTED ���Cook, $00. Dishwasher,
3lii.      Railroad men for Lardo.    tiirls
for housewoi k.
Contracts taken   for   Diamond   Core
Drilling.
WANTED.- Waitress,Girls for Uouse-
won*.     Men   for     Railroad    work,
men lot* sawmill, scjond cook lf."iij   per
month, stone mason.
Western   Employment Office, II. A.
Prosser, l'hone 270,
Stoi'uge���1 bave a   large   warehouse
for     storing       household    or    other
goods.
Have you used healthful Hygenlo
linking Powder, tho latest discovery
in chemistry '.'
Rasperry plants $2,150 a hundred,
Strawberry plants $1.25 a hundred,
Asparagus, and rhubarb roots, fruit
trees and ull kinds uf ornamentals at
Riverside Nuiseries, Grand Folks.
COURT NEWS.
Among the eases which   will   come
PATENTS, TTIADE MARKS and COPTRiGHTS
obtained in all countries
ROWLAND BEITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman, Bank uf 13. N A. building)
Hastings St., Vancouver, Il C.
Write for full particulars.
tn view of the splendid showings of  both high and lowl    MISCELLANEOUS
grade ore and   the unrivalled  facilities  for  the economical busk nimiuir uow ptoiicmios-wc ��r��
developing: and working: ofthe properties, it is confidently ex-   ��'����*>��Mos_ciiroar��wrrceiuuiiiii_goi<i
.-v     o o.. **      i .   ' iii 1 I wrapcrlles in once.  The Prospector's   Kx*
pectetl that, not only will the  present issue ot stock   be sold change, N-Uou, >-. ts, itooiu i, k.-.v.-i*.
quickly, hut th.it no more will be offered at less than par
Address all inquiries for information, or applications for
stock to
S. M. BRYDQE5,
P. O. Box 556, Nelson. B. C. Official Broker.
I Block.
���MOM) 311,1 l.inil.'i'l.i: LEAD��� Iliiii'.H um!
prospects wanted, semi report ami nam*
pies in Cn* Prospector's Kxebango, Nolson
Hi.   Kouiu 1 li. -.v. 1. lilock.
THE DOMINION WIRE ROPE CO, Ltd.
MONTREAL
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining* Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tarmways and Underground Haulage
Local Slock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E- CROASDAILE Agent Nelson-
A. R. BARROW, a m. l o.__
Provincial  Land Surveyor
Oornar Viotoria nn-rKoolonay Sts.
P.O. Hox boo Toleolione No. -"
LODGE M1.HTINUS.
A
NELSON LODGE"  No. 23, A. K. &
>M, moots seoond Wodnosday in
month.   Vlslttng brethorn wolcomo
Lj&&c;\-.     '���   O.   O.   F.      luii.'li'iuiy   i,ii,l|;i'
.fi_5g��>t..i. Nn. Hi, mootn ovory Monday night,
'���t&WPs^   at  thnir  Mull, Koolonay Htroot
dojournlni* Olid FuIIowh cordially Invitod.
John A, Miiltiu-, N.O.   D. Vi. Hulliorford, V.G
Fred J. Squire, i'or. Sue.
Nelson Royal Arch Olmptor No. 188, (1. It. O.
MootR third wodnosday.  gojournios oompan
ions inviii:.)      (Joorgo Johnstone,   '/..    K. VV.
Mul (hows, S. K.
<������>.       NULSON  l.ODOK   Nn.'ili, K. ol* P.
jS^SwilOOl** 111 K. of I', hull, OdilfelloWN hlook
" ^rlj/ivoryTnuMliiy ovuniiil* ut 8 o'clock.
'���'j.Wl vlslttng kniirhtH oordlully  invito
W'AI. lllVINK, CC,
A. T. PARK, K.of H. und a.
Nolnon Kncu pnient No. 7. Mool-i every '2nd
und 1th Friday of oacli month, in Odd Kollow*i
Hull, coiner Hukor nnd Kootonuy Htrouts,
Nelson. A.H,Clements,0.P.1 D.MoArtbiu
It. 8.   Visiting brothorn always woltvn-n��i
NKLSON L. O. L. No. 10(12 ineots in Fro*
terntly Hull on first und third Friday ovonlngs
of each month nl. 8 o'clock. Visiting nioinlier
oordlally Invitod. VV. VV. ilrndloy. W. K.
A, Mint)', U.S.	
NKLSON AKKIK No. 22, F. O. E��� moots
every second nnd fourth Wednesdays of ench
in onth. Visiting members cordially Invll,
Churloii Prosser, .*-*ciiil,un*.
AN UNUSUAL OFFER
If yon nre u(, all sceptical abont trying Grif-
llihs 'Menthol Llnlmontyourdrngglst will soil
It with tho understanding that il not entirely
sul.lsf tetnry   your   money   heck.     Uso   lt   for
rlieiimul.lsiu, nciimlgii- spruins, Imilscs, mils-
eilllir surliness mill nil forms ol swelling uud in*
ll'imiilul.inu.   Price 2j ccnls.
For salo hy J. F, Van.tone Nolson, 11. C.
Kootonay Tent No. 7, K. O. T. M��� hold Iheir
rcgulnr meetings in l-'rulemity Hull, I. O. O. F.
block, on tho 1st und 3rd Thursdays of eiieh
nonth Visiting brethren cordially invited to
ullcnd. (I. A.Hrown, It. lv.; A. P. Purdy, Com.
H, J.Stool, D.8.0,
NMLSON'8 -jL'KKN NO. 241
SONS OF ENGLAND, moots
1st and 3rd Wednesday evenings of
eaoh month at FiuUirnli.y hull,
corner of Haker und Kootenuy
street*. Visiting brothorn cord-
lull} Invitod.
EiiwAiiu MAOI.BOO, Soo.roLn.ry,
OOURT KOOTKNAY.  I. O.  F��� No.   3131*.
Mneiings ith Thursday ot month. Fraternal
hall, J A living V. It.   P.'t. Fl tuning. It.S
" Nelsou Court Star ol   Kootenuy, A. O.  F.
Mods  2nd nnd    Ith    Wodneiduys In  every
month.   Visiting brothron welcome. VV. Mae-
Millun. 0.11    I'obort MeLood tiix'.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
Matilda Mineral Olaim. situato in tlie
Nolson Minlne* Division of West Kootenny District.
Where loonted Near tho Eust Pork
of Champion Creek, n bout six niiloi from
the Columbia River;
TAKE NOTICE Hint I, Kenneth L.
Burnet, n-_eut for tne Mount Sicker mul
liritisli Columbia Development Com-
Iinny, Limited, free miner's certificate
No. BG344IS, intend, sixty days from tlie
date hereof, to nppiy to the Mining Reoorder for a certilicate nf improvements
for the purpose nf obtaining a Crown
(Irani of the above claim.
Aud further tnko notice Hint notion,
iniiler section 37, must be cuinraeueed
before the issunuce of such eerlilicnle of
improvements.
Dated this 20th day of August, A. D
1SJ01. KENNETH L. SUBNET,
Certificates oflmprovements
NOTICE
Now Year, Amethystine nnd Tourmaline mineral claims, situate iu the Neb
sou Mining Divisiou of West Kuotenny
District.
Whero loonted���On the East bnuk 0
tlie Columbia ltiver, two milos south
of Trail.
TARE NOTICE that I.J. D. Anderson, P. L. 8., of Trail, B. C, agent for
W. W. Carlisle, Free Miner's Oertifioate No. B 50.154, intend, sixty duys
from the date hereof, to npply to Ibe
Mining Keeordor'for Certificates of Improvements, for the purposo of obtaining Orown (iiiinf.. nf the above claims.
And further fake notice tbat action,
under section87, must lie commenced
before the issuance of such (Jertilioates
of Improvements.
Dated this20th day of July,  A. D
1001,
1. D. ANDEKSON.
C. D. J. CHRISTIE
Real Estate, insurance. Money to Loan
FOB 1.I.NT.
il-lluoiullnuHc, modern, _.(i.
a Boom House, modern, $15.
5-liooin House,   modern,   .10.
Several small bouses.
For tiale, a \rtitnl garden plot,
S1LVEB KING MIKE
Will pay the highest cash prioe for uli
kinds of seoond hand goods. Will buy
or soil anything from nn anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oaiper!*,
-ooking utensils, bought iu household
qunutitios. Also oast off clothing.
Call aud see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 2.'��. Hal.'
8*"*ee(i. Neluon. P   *>
CxREAT NOKTHERN
RAILWAY.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBtJLED TRAINS.
PALA0E DINING AND OBSERVATION
OARS.-^MEALSalaOARTE.
Are you in want? If you are, tell
the people, through Ihe Miner want
column,  what   you are   in   wai*��   of,
Ynu'll u't't  i��.
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
NELSON, B. C.
AKKAT1.I) AND MIN10UAL WATERS
VT ELSON   BODA   VYATKU   FAOTOHV-
Srt    ***. .vt. 1'uiiniiiiiH, Loosen���Jfivery knuwn
varioty of -nft ilrinliH.   PUU0X8&   'luliailiou
No. 31. Hoover birout.. Nelson,   bottlers ol the
f.uiioiis su Leun 1I0L siiiii,i*ri Mineral-WaUir
AB0B1TE0TS
ClAMi cc MAUUONALO 111. C11110, Jamil
' A. Moodonalil)���Arcbiteets 1*1111 ��uperiu
tuUdeuiB, KruK-.. Hill Illock, iiornor liakur und
Ward streete, Melsou
COMMISSION MBBCHANTS
HJ. KViNS K CO.���Bakor Stroot, Nol
��� son���Wholesalo dealera in liiiuorn, cl*
K."'.-*, ooinout, lire liriok and liro cluy, wutor
pipo 1-111I t-tnol rails, uml j.'iM.i.tl coinuiiHiiion
uiorcliaitts.
UKOOEBIES
A MACDONALD &. t'o.-i'ornur Fron
��� and Hull SLi'i!ui-i���Wholesale irriH-'or
ind jobbera in blankets, gloves, mitts, booLs
ubbors, tnackinaws nnd niiners' sundries.
FKESU AND SALT MEATS
11  BUKNH & Oo.���Baker street, Nolson-
.  ���    Wholesalo dealers in fresh and cured
moats.   Cold Storage,
"tlTEST   ItDOTKSAV   BUTOHKK   CO.-
TV     ll:i-er Stroot, Newon���Wholesale doa
ors in fresh and oureu meats.
ilAKDWAKI'. & MINING   SUPPLIES
iAWitHMul,;   HAKDWAKH  CO ���Bukei
J   Stroot,   Nolson ��� Wholosale dBolars in
hardware, minors' supplios, sporting soods
etc,	
\fi 'l.Ai.'lii.AN iiltu-5. (Saooassora lo Van
JJJL Oouvor Hard ware Co. l.l.il.) Haker WU'eotJ.
Nolson��� Wliolosule dealers 111 liaidvvuro and
mining Bupplios, plnmbora' and UnsmitbB' sup
plies.
NKL.*iON*   ItABDWAltK  CO.��� Wholesale
palms, oils and i,'lii-:i; mechanics' tools
Agents foi Ontario Powder Work,.; Iffniuiiit**
LIQUOBS AND DRY GOODS
rj'UHNKlt, lilOLDj.'. &Co.���Corpor Vernou
X. and Jobopbine Stroots, Nolson���Whole
iiaio dealer*; in liquors, OigarB, ami dry |*oo*ls.
Agents for Pabst Browing Uo.'of Milwaukoe
andCalgar} Browing Co of Calgary,
*.| UDSON'S ll/.V Co.-Wholesale groourlud
A L   and liquors eto., linker Stroet, Nelson.
LUMBEB
F. O. OHKKN V. S. OI-I.M1.NI"'
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Hnglnoers and I'ro   oclal Land
Surveyor*.
P. O. Box 14S __    on, B.C.
Close connection Bait and Westbound nt Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
Direct connection nt St. Paul without change of depot with nil trains for
Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, New Yuri*
and nil points Wist nnd .Smith.
Leaves Spokane daily for .East at!9:lb a m
Leaves Spokane daily for West at 7:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 8*00 p ni
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victorin nnd Vancouver,
Portland, Hun FrBUOlSCO, and nil polntp
on tlie Sound.
During tbe senson of navigation Eiwi
bound trains connect at Duluth with
themogniilcent Btoaushlps North-Wesl
and Ninth Lund iiI'llieNnitlieni Steam
ship Oompany Line, operated in con
nection with the (Dent Northern Kail
way.
For further Informatiou, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Hy., KhhIo Ac Slocan
By., Knntiii ui Railway Sc Navigation
Co , or to
II. BRANDT,
City I'ns... and  Tkl    Agt,   W  7ul   \V,
Riverside Ave,, Spokan*4, \Vn**b.
ti. K. TAOIiABUBY. Loeal Agent,
Hefion. H (1
XTKLSON SAW AND PLANING M1LL-
J.^i Ulilcc corner Hall and Front StrOOtB
Nolson���Lumber, ooiling, flooring, and every
thing tn wood for biiitding purpoeos. Uot oui
prions.   Correspondence solicited.
ORE SACKS AND TWINES.
Jl   GALLON fc CO.-Doalero in oro sacks
. ���   and I wines.   Always **. largo slock on
mud. Telephone ISO.   K011111 II. lv.-VV.-C Illock
JOHN McLATGHIE
Dominion and
Provincial-^-*
Laud Surveyor.
���.69 NELSON B C
E. J.SCOVIL
HIMUIil IIKOKIIIt, JiClAUV
Wind ur lucre M inert.   Ciirresponilonoo -Sol '.nil e
WlNOKiatEBK. B. ti.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
VIA
America's Greatest
Line.
To  All   Eastern   Points  via
Lake Route, All-Rail or Soo
Line, via  St.   Paul   or  Chi
cago.
Pan-American Exposition
BUFFALO. $76.00.
Sixty    Days'    Limit.
Good going Oct. i -151 h
Through Sleeping Cars Kootenay Ltlg. to Toronto. Arrowhead to Vancouver.
Knr pamphlet) descriptive nfJOnn
nilinii I'aeiiio tours mid tor Time Tab
Itntr:,,   'lickcU,   ii|i|ily
II. L. liltOWN,
0 ty Passenger A^i'iit*)
,1. H. (lAin*|.;u, K. J. OOYLR
Uis, l'.inH. Agt, A. Cf, P, A.
N'Ihuii. Vitucuuver m
*[-*B.Ij-r^r****t:r*-'"^^
Will LasiilL nU iv Im fi'<*<*iioni!y
Vrnr,^     .'"*J    '���"':;"i*:'"    !'':    "'If"
r'Bpcr hou.-*.*- im wnv>t_ m.i lo*
vniiulily finding tbat paper in pueupev
mul innuitely moro satisfactory than
Italsomine, paper costs less nnil wears
longer without lirporolnj, soiled, li
secures nnil holds a bettor close of tenants: in fact n good tenant will insist on
having paper. .There is Wall Paper and
Wail Paper, our Wall Taper and thr*
otlmr kind. Vim will pay no more,
much loss, in fact, for our up-to-date
papers than for Inferior ami older de-
signs elsewhere. Our Pall Salo [s worth
the attention of every householder.
THOMSON
STATIONERY Co.*
NELSON,  B. G.
j  THE CITY
��/MS-VVVNV��VV*-<****-***.i*V-^��**Vr*-^*****<**-*AA<
A daughter was born to tbe wife of
Mr. Ed I'ike, Vernon street, yesterdaf
inorniug.
Henry Boy of the London and
liinlielieu, went out to the mine yesterday at Crawford Day.
in Saudi lands vs. Warner and Car-
micbael vs. Egan an order was made
in each case for the examination of
all parties in both suits.
The Salvation Army will present an
al'egorical drama in four scenes tomorrow evening at the bariacks
entitled The Drunkaid'S Home.
Major Hargreaves, of tbe Salvation
Army general stall ai Spokane, will
arrive from that city this evening on
onsiness connected witn the new
barracks," which are progressing
rapidly.
In chambers yesterday before Judge
Form in tbe case of Mourgues vs. the
Chapleau Consolidated Mining conn*
pany, an application was made by tbe
plaintiff fur -uiniiiaiy judgment. The
application was refused.
The lako is now down to within
twelve inches of the lowest water
mark recorded last winter, nnd the
steamer, lauding at the lloat uear the
end of thu wharf touch the sand shoal
that runs the length of the wharf.
Win. Henderson of Ibe public works
department, left yesterday ior Kamloops wiier-i lie will make the iiuai
inspection of tin* postollice building
and will probably take it olT the
hands of tlie contractor. While here
ho made a general inspection of tlie
postollice building and consulted with
Mr. Cialliher respecting the construction of a short telegraph line in
Cariboo.
The employe? of the .1. V. Griffin
Coinpany at .'.', Uon, yesterday made a
presentation . f a handsome set of
military brushes t,i C. A. Benedict,
who leaves tbi'* evening for East
Kootenay to fill ti.e position nf book
keeper for Ilrcckenriiige .t Lund, the
contractors, who have a large contract
of work on Morrisey creek on tin
biancli line being constructed to the
coalfields from the Ciow'b Nest railway.
f
DOUBTEKS
Can Ee Ohanged by Knowledge.
If them is any donut about making
brain power hy the use of certain
food, tbe dootor should make the foi
lowing experiment,
Helen Prances Huntington of
Gainesville, Ha., says: ".Inst a word
of commendation concerning (irape-
��� Nuts, which I have found to be the
most wholesome, nourishing and appetizing food that has ever come to
my knowledge,
I am not a dyspeptic, but Imng
Constantly engaged in severe brain
work I found thut I did not thrive on
ordinary diet; even a moderate dinner
dulled my brain ho as to be piactically
incapable of critical work. I tried
meat-juice, peptonoids, the two meal
system, of light breakfast and no
supper which brought on nervous depletion and sleeplessness, so I resorted to one ami another of ibe various
health-foods which al! seemed alike
tasteless and valueless as a brain
food, until quite by chance, had a
dish of lirape-Nuts food served as a
dessert.
I liked it so well tbat I began to use
it daily, for supper lour teasponfiil
on a saucer of hot milk eaten before
it dissolves to mushiness.
This   point   should   be   remembered
s, after a certain   time,   evaporation
seems to affect the sweet nutty   llavor
of   lhe   food   as in the ease of certain
One-flavored fruits.
Tbe reBuIt in my case was simply
astonishing. I bad no desire whatever
for sweet pastries, meats, or in facl
anything else; and my brain huh as
clear and active at night as on waking from a long refreshing sleep.
Tho peculiar advantage about
Grape-Nuts food is tbat it supplies
Iho nutritive qualities of a varied diet
without the bad results cf heavy
eating. I cheerfully recommend its
use to all brain workers, if not as an
exclusive diet, certainly foi the last
meal of the day. I always take it
with me when traveling, which saves
a deal of annoyance an.! discomfort."
Ai! inouilii'i*! of the Nolsoh D|u,nlU'
Bo0l��lj who -Iii bo willing to ftwUt
in tbe comli*;; opera ar; reave'tfi to
sond in their naves lo 1. M*. Lay
the* secretin y, on or before October
11th.
L. W. Cribs, contractor, has returned from a trip to Frank, in Alberta.
He expects to retuin there to be engaged erecting buildings for some
months. He reports active development on the adjacent coal mines in
progress.
In tbe case of Smith vs. Stewart an
application was made yesterday to
tix the date of trial. If the Noonday-
Curly Mining Co., whom the defendant represents, consent tbe case will
be tried on October 90th at a special
sitting of the County court.
Work is stopped for the present on
the postotlice building owing to lack
of stone. Prom tbe quarries stone
rvas sent down of dimensions that are
not required immediately while what
is needed was not scut. Mr. Macdonald, the ariohltect, is going up to
the quarry today or tomonow.
Ily reason of the court of assizes
being set for October 15th, only fifteen
days after the long vacation, it has
been impossible to get any new
actions on for trial, but the December
sitting of thc Supreme court here will
probably be the largest ever held in
Nelson.
The Nelson Knights of the Maccabees gave tbeir lirst dance in Fraternity ball last evening when upwards
of 30 couples spent an enjoyable
time. Musio was furnished by Wain-
bold'b orchestra. Supper was served
during the evening. The committee
is to be congratulated ou the success
oi tbeir labors.
A very successful meeting of the
Neison. Operatic Society was held last
evening at the residence of Melville
Parry for the purpose of rehearsing
the acts from "Faust'' and "II
TrovBlore" for the concert which is
to be given on Thursday. October
17th, The good work of the orchestra
last evening revealed that the o lies*
trntion will be one of the feat' es of
the performance. The society is looking anxiously foiwarded to ih.*arrival
uf Signor Hall, a prominent baritone
of Spokano who ia to sing the role of
Mepbitso in "Faust," and also a
ballad in the conceit. J. E. Hedley.
a graduate of the Leipsic conservatory, will be a member of the orclies-
tia and will render a violin solo in
the concert. This will be the .list
time,in the history of British Columbia tbat acts from grand opera iiave
been produced and this fuct should
draw a laige bouse. The entire production will be under the direction
of Herr Steincr, Appropriate scenery
and costumes will be provided and the
concert promises to be an unqualified
success.
NOTICE.
Positively after this date no Lethbridge (iait Coal will bo delivered
excepting paid in advance.
W. I'. XIJSBNEY.
PERSONAL
Charles Ffolliott. contractor on the
Crows Nest Southern railway, came in
lust evening and left later for the
railway.
Charles Mcllardy, of the Nelson
Hardware company, leaves today for
Kossland, where he is lo be married
lo Miss Jessie Ailoway this evening.
Miss Ailoway is a sister-in-law of 11.
(.'. VVatersun, wbo formerly w-ns manager and chiof owner in Ibe White
liouse Trading Co. of Rossland, and
is an estimable, handsome and l'opu-
lar young lady. Mr. Mellaril)* Is
favorably known in Nelson.
AT TIIE HOTELS.
Hume. ���Lee Johnson, T. H.Bridges,
1). A. DesBrlsay, Spokane; .1. li.
Morris, A. Vi. Swan, Archie McDonald, Montreal; J. McDonald, Boss-
land; Vi. A. Bobirds, St. Louis; N.
Goldman, Fort Steele; Chas. Ffolliott,
Klko; A.  I.. Clement, Grand Forks,
Phair.���Geo. Gillies, Mil's Gillies.
Toronto; Vi. F. Almev. Boston*; VV,
V. Hunt, Bonnington i'alls; Mr. and
Mrs. Collingwood Schreider. Mrs.
Baldwin, Miss Crumbie. Ottawa; Mrs.
A. II. VV. Hodges, Giand Forks; VV. S,
Diowry,   New  Denver.
Queens���A. W. Daniel. San Fran*
oisoo; Mrs. C. Bedding, Crawford
Bay; Ward Manley. Spokane, A, VV.
Mcl'hail, l'hoenix; Allan Forrester.
H. K. Livingstone. Bobson : F. Dick,
Slccan.
Grand Central���II. Clark and wife,
Athabasca ; J. S Hynethe, Slocan
c ity ; VV. A. Weston, Kossland ; II. I).
Lockwood, Silvei Hill; A. B. Shan-
nDn, Farodale.
METAL MABKBT8.
Tho New York copper market yesterday was unsettled and nominally
unchanged at 810.SO to 817 for lake,
and ���flii.lT't, to SKi.li*-';., for casting.
London spot price was unchanged at
��03.Is.Od,and for futures BOS being 7s.
nd. off. Lead dull at 84. .'IT,1,, in New
Vork and ��11, Is. 3d, in London. Bar
silver, New Yoik, 57J-C; Loudon,
'J'ii'id. per oz.
ITS BEST  DAYS ABE PAST.
Toionto. (let. 8.���Piof. A. P.    Coin-
man,   of    tne  School    of  Practical
Science,    who has   just returned from
KlfJdN OAitV MfRIB WfiiMgJU', OCTgJlB |i ��gg|
miiMi��i,j_K*.g-_*-*r**^ ' """"*
h1VH��C!tyll of  opinion   thai   thehlTA,..l TV'tnt'.Af    lA
i.it days for p)A*_i   g-iu  mining la  W PV M  !\IU     \j\).
be Yukon have besn seen,                 1 rr vi~M j*v��i����-
FHKBE.- DEFEATS GARDINER.
Kansas City, Oct. 8.���Clarence
Forbes won the decision tonight over
Oscar Gardiner in the ninth round of
what was scheduled ns a ,0-round
bcut. Gardiner made a poor
showing.
DON T LET THEM SUFFER.
Often children are tortured with
itching and burning eczema and other
skin diseases bnt Bueklen's Arnica
Salve heals the raw sores, expels in-
llammation. leaves the skin without a
scar. Clean, fragrant, cheap there's
no salve on ?aitb as good. Trv it.
Cure guaranteed. Only S6c at Canada
Drug .t Book (o.
"A Wise Woman," the three-act
musical comedy by Wilfred Clarke,
who is also responsible for that great
success, "Oh Susannah!" has been
secured for the near future at the
Nelson Opera Bouse. This is a fortu-
nats booking for Managei Annable,
and one worthy of special notice, a-
the attraction is to be seen in bnt very
few one night stauds this season, its
time having been almost entirely
booked in the larger cities of tlie
country This is strong evidence of
the   strength of the company.
If you don't like Blue Eibhon TV a it's
because you tasted it.
Certificates of Improvements
NOTICE.
Blue Bird, Michigan, Lena Doone,
Randolph ���nd Trout Mineral Claims,
situate in tbe Nelsou Mining  Division
of West Kootenay District
Where located���West of Deer Creek
and about two and one linlf miles from
tlie Lower Arrow Lakes.
Take notice that I, Kenneth L. Burnet agent for the Montana. Gold Mining Coinpany, Free Miner's certilicate No. B 3S7II!), intend 80 days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a certificate of
improvements, for tho purpose of oh
mining a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice that aotion,
under section 37 must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certilicate
of Improvements.
Dated this 12th (lay of Septembei
A. D. 11)01,
KENNETH L. BURNET.
N, T. MACLEOD, MANAGER.
Goal m Wood
Best  Fir and  Tamarac  Al
ways cn hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
..
TTbe ttwai UBmift of Ca.iaba"
Incorporated ihey.
Oflleo on   Baker Street,
Tel. F->
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited,
VAKILS   AT   NELSON.1 AND  HOSBLAND
MII.I. AT PORTO ItK'O SIDING,
Rough and
Dressed   Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always Id
Slock.
We carry a complete stook ofCoost Flooring
Coiling, In-iile Finish, Turned Work. Bash and
Door,.. Spoelal ordor work will receive proiup'
attention'   Mall order,* .solicited.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
Lir.rrED.
Head Office���Hr***r.**vT and Vernon -*(-, NqJw
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
Portepin Miner 1 claim, situate in
the N-Json Mining Divisiuu of West
Ku"'JF j District.
i \W re located- On Porcupine Oreek,
���l.��KI'' NOTIOE that I (Theodore
Eeiiuehamp, acting as agent of Frank
Desauluier, free Miner's certificate No.
B48340, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to app'y to tbe Mining
Recorder for a certilicate nf improvements fur tiie purpose of obtaining a
Orown Grant uf the above uliiim.
Anil further take notice that action,
under section 'Al, must be commenced
before the issuance of such certificate
of improvements.
Dated this "ith day of September,
1901.       THEODORE BEAOCHAMP,
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
Krom Moncroal
Allan Line Tunisian  Oct-  ���
Allan Line Corinthian ...   Uct, li
Allan Line .Parisian  OoU I!'
Beavor Liny Lako Simcoe.. .Oct. ��
Beavor Line ]*_kc Manitoba Oot.11
Beaver Line Lake Ontario Oct, is
From Portland, Mc.
Dominion Line  Vancouver Oct. 12
Dominion Line Dominion Oct. 10
Domi lion Line Cambromau Oct. li-i
Fiom Boston
j Dominion Line New England Oofc. 9
' Dominion Line Common weal ill Oct. 21
Cunard Line Ivernla Oct. 10
Canard Lino Saxonia Nov. _f
From New York
Ounard Line Campania.. Oct. 5
Ounard Line   Ombria Oct* 12
Ounard Line Luciuia Oct. lit
White Star Lino Uormania  Oot. -'
White StAr Line Majestic Ott, '������
Whlto Star Line Oceanic ...Oct. 10
American Line Philadelphia, Oct. ii
Amorlcan Lino St.  Paul Oct. I*
American Lino  St. Louis...* Oct. 10
Further palling1) for Iho above lines also
French, Kni Star, Flolland-Amorlcan, II. A. P,
Co., N. o. Lloyd on applical Ion,
W. P, F. CUMMINGS,
Or-!. Agont-, Winnipeg. -Man.
J. 8. CAUTKlt. D. P. A.. Nelson,
C��plUl MMTM    ���     ���    ��W.O00.0OO.OOi jp �������     \ \ \ S&gg
Board of Director*     QtiUlM K.Kenny.   President).   Ttaoniu  Kltohlo. Vioo-Hr^i,^,.
Wiley smith  H. G. Bauld, Hon. David tfaoKeen.
Dead 0_Hce_ Halifax:
_B��G__fS KKSS: w. ��* to,���,*, _______.,.
man    Ml
'oth   Srolla-IIiiHInx   Hrnnch,   Antlgonh*
BridKOwater, Quj*Bboro. LonaonuariTi ������"
cabin*-**. Maitland (limits Co.l. Piotou, 1'orl
Hnwkoatmry, Hydncy. Bhubonaoadle, I ruro.
Weymouth.
Heir    itriiii.iMick-Hiilnir*.l.    Dorohoster,
Predorioton, Klngaton (Kent Co.), Mono.
ton,NowoMUeJaoliTUlo,St,Jolui,Woodatook*
p, k, blend���Charlottetown, Bumiuemao,
real
iiiii*.
reomi
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
Martha Washington Mineral Cluim
situate in tbe Nelsou J'iuing Division of
West Kiiiiteniiy Mstriet.
_ Where looated��� On Copper creek cn
North Fork of Salmon River, about 13
miles north uf N. & F. H. railway.
TAKE NOTIOE that I, Theodore
Beauchamp, acting as agent for C. A.
Owen, free miner's certificate B55C20,
intend sixty days from tin* date bereol
to apply to tlie .Miniug Recorder for a
certificate ol improvements (or the purpose of olitniuing a Crown (Iraut of tbe
above claim.
Aud further take notice that action
iiniler section li", must be commenced
before the issuance of such oertifioate of
improvements.
Dated tbis 21st day of August, A. D
l��ul. T. BEAUOHAMP.
TREASURY STOCK
FOR SALE
SIMILKAMEEN VALLEY COAL CO., Ltd.
Shares at 25 CENTS for a few days
only when the price^will be raised to
35 cents. This is positively tlie last
eiiance of obtaining shares at this
figure.
REGINALD J* STEEL,
PHONE 278
���OFFICIAL BROKER
H. & M. BIRD
BROKEN HILL BLOCK.
Certificates of Improvements
NOTICE.
Apeax. Silver Beat and Onrfew Mineral clniins, situate in the Nelson Min-
Ing Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located���Near iieiul ot thc
niain fork of Whitewater Creek.
TAKE NOTICK that I, Theodore
Beauobampi acting as agent for (>. T.
Hoy, free miner's certificate No, B60SOO
and ,1, J, Malone, flee miner's certilicate Nu. lt.*iii."i.HS, intend sixty days
fiom the date bereol   to   apply   to  tbe
.Minium Recorder for a certificate of Improvements for the purpose of   obtaining Crown l.rants of the above clniins.
And further take   notice that action,
under seotion 87, must be commenced
before the Issuance of such certificates
of improvements.
Dated this nth day of September,
lOnl. T   BEAOCHAMP.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE,
M. S. Mineral Claim, situate in the
Ne'sou Mining Division of West Knot-
may District.
Where located���About six miles up
north side of Wild Ho���* creek and
about half mile from creek and adjoining Cypress mineral claim on east.
TAKE NOTICK that I. F. B. Ole
ineuts. noting us nxeut for,I. J. Fleutot,
free miner's certilicate No. B50034, intend, sixty duys from the dute hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
certilicate of improvement*, for the purpose of obtaining a Orown Grant of the
above claim.
And further take notice that action,
miler section 1(7. must be commenced
before the issuance of such certilicate
of i'i provenieuts.
Dated this 8th day of August, A. 1).
1001. P. B. OLEMBNTa
FOR SALE.
A tcii-roonictl house ,*iiul corner
lot on Stanley street, close to Baker
stieet complete with furniture, A
Bargain for immediate sale. Terms
on part of the purchase money.
FOP. BENT.
Several ��-ood houses  at   reduced
rents.    Call and see our list.
**************************
I H. H. PUYFORD I
|        & CO.        \
I       MADDEN    BLOCK       T
j   Cigars... I
\  Tobacco
X Phone 117 I
************ ********o ������_._-__!
BENNETT'S FUSE.
Be  sure ami get the genuine   UEN-
NETT'S GOTTA PEBCHA FOSE.not
something that looks   like   it.      B,v.
rence Hardware Co., Aeon*'"
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers cf Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
DROP IN AND SEE US
-kVisoo  B. O
;*bee���Montreal,  (City   onico),  Montrm
\Vi5.-l Knit (Cor. Notro   Damn and ,s,.i,,
neura Btrcetoh Westmount (dor. (in*,',
Avenue nr.d SI. Catharines  btroot
Ontario���Ottawa.
.\c\Tl'iiuiiilIanil-St. John's,
culm, ivi'-ii loiti*-**���Havana.
i inn it Mates-New York (io Kxchuii(-e Plum
Hoimblic, Wash.
BBANC U 8 IN Bl.lTIi.ll COLUMBIA.
Grand   ForSs, Nanaimo,   Nelscn,   Rossland,   Vanconver,
Vanconver East End, Victoria.
Currr*>i*o'i<l<*lll*i l
���riuitHln- Merchant*. Ilnr.k of Canada,   Billion-National Sbawmul Bank.   Vblcaso���tlUnoti
Trust and Savings Bank,  i*:i" Prsnclico - -Kirsi Natiunul Pink.   Liiintmi,  r.ng. _ n,u,k ���(
jcotland   Paris. France���Credit Lyonnaifl,   Bermuda���Bank ol Bermuda,   i iu���;i ��� j,
puii-llon�� Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation,   gpolune���uld National Hank.
Uencral Banking Business Transacted; Stcrllui*; Bills ot Exchange   Bsugh
aud Sold, Lit:erc of  Credit, Ktc, Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.    Interest allowed  on special
deposils and on .Saving Bank accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
( V.'VV-'l.-V-VV^-V'V. W-V-VV*V-W*<*W*V'l**VV**-^^
\ Tht   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE 5
NO.  4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK. NELSON, B. C.
Cold, Silver-Lead   and   Copper Mines wanted at tlie EXCHANQ
FKKE MILLING GOLD properties wanted at once for Easte
investors.
Parties having mining property for sale arc requested to se
samples of theirsore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.
Vie desire to bear from prospectors who have promising niinei
claims in British Columbia,
Prospectors and mining men are requested to make thc 10
CHANGE their headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID,
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
!_
x-
J ANDREW   F.   ROSENBERGER,
5    Tr.lcphone No. 101.   P. O. Box 700. NELSON,
S*��vvv-v*v��v-***v-*i*-vv*vvv��\aa-V'--^sw
BO.    }
���E
P. BURNS &. CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON. K. C.
I*tt-******** -*SN��
Branch Markets in Kor-sland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon. Throe Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to apv branch will have careful m**i nramot attention.
���"���*"-*>"��'i��"��<i��ii��n��,i��ii>-,#����-.��iio���*B,ie"e..*��,i#.i��.i_*��ii��<i*>.i-����'��'*i
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 805,000,000.
HON. OEO, A. COX, Piesident.      li. K. WAI.I.I.K, Uoncrnl Manager.
London Older: on Lombard Street, G. C.
New York Olllc.j; in I-v,.in,,,,.,- I'lace.
And l�� branehos in Canada mul tno Jnitod aiaLos, including:
��� BRITISH COLUMBIA
�� Ati.in OiiFKNwoon Nklson* Sandon
is CiiAN'iinooK        Kamlooi'8 Nkw W'kstminstkh   V.iNcouvKn
fbrnih Nanaimo RosstAND Viotoiiia
- VLKON DISTRIOT-Dawson am) Whitk IIoiisk.
* IINITRI) STATES���Nkw Vork, Ban Fbanoiboo, Skatti.e, Pohtlano, Sicaowav,
J      Savings Bank Department.
j Di'liiiBltii Received nnl Interest Allowed,   Prosent Itnto if Per Cent
i Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
b',**"**"*r'+>*>*'*&^>*i*��*M>^i<*i<lt^t^HAl.^,,0,^,,m,,m,*El,,t^��
Special Features of the
Florence   Hot   Blast
Our New Idea Deflector Fire Pot greatly increases the heating capacity oi the stove, and in connection with the deflectorjring forces the
heat to. the lloor. Thc base is hot, thc lloor being warmer than w'th n
base burner.
The Hot Blast Attachment takes in the cold air through a duct at the
rear of the fire pot, the heated air being discharged in a circle at the top
ol lire pol, over lire, thus consuming .-ill the gases and products of combustion. 11 can he operated in connection with the front draft door, or
independently, by a screw register in the rear of base, insuring complete
control ol the sti ve with nearly perfect combustion.
lhe large Hot Air Circulating Flue on the hack takes the cold air from
We lloor and elects it intensely heated, through the top ad.'ing greatly
to the heating capacity. ' h
Where the stove is operated according to directions'we guarantee il to
consume all the gas contained in soft eoal, thus deriving the benefit of
all the heat in the fuel consumed, causing a truly temarkab'e saving of
lue ovei any other stove on the market. The s'tov. will hold Tire from
^4 to 4�� hours without attention.
MlACKILAN~BROS.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE   AND RETAIL
Fisn cind Poultry in Season
E-   C   TRAVES.   ManaGEK.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Ciders by m_J| receive carefu, and ^^ ^^

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