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 PrcmntUl Librar,
Daily Edition No.  1321
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Satiirday,   April iq,  1902
Eleventh   Year
guard of honor and a salute  from   the
First Men Enlisted Left Yesterday for   Hall-
C. P. R. Reduces Rates���Big
Flour Companies at
Montreal, April 18.���Edmund Barnard, IC. C, one ot the oldest and for
years a highly sucooBBful member of
the Montreal bar, died yesterday. He
was born at Throe Rivers in 1881, was
called to the bar in 18.">2 and gained
success aud repute in his profession.
In 1S78, he waa made a LJueen's
counsel.by the Dominion government.
A jury today gave Mrs. Jos. Payette
a verdict of $4,000 damage! against
thc Canada Atlantic railway caused
by the death of her son accidentally
killed while crawling under a train at
Coteau Landing.
One hundred and fifty men for the
fourth contingent, recruited in Montreal and Ontario, left today for Halifax.
0. P. R. rates from Montreal, Toronto and western points, including
0, P. R. steamers, have been reduced
four cents on first class freight, two
cents on fifth and one cent on classed
li. 7, and 10.
It looks as if a war on prices is being inaugurated botweon the Ogilvie
Milling Co.and the Lake of the Woods
Co. The former is quoting prices for
Manitoba flour at $4.10 lor patents
and $3.50 fur strong bakers' and the
latter :;0 cents less. Tho prices during tbu week past have been, patents
$3,96 and strong bakers' 13.06,
Coronation Contingent Will Sail
From Quebec.
Ottawa, April 18.���The privato bills
committee tbis morning reported a
bill incorporating tbe North Shore
Power Railway and Navigation Co.
with capital of $1,000,000 and headquarters at Quebec to establish large
pulp mills and other industries.
Col.Plnault,deputy minister of militia, is in Quebeo making arrangements for the mobilization of the coronation contingent and it is understood Quebec will be tbe point of embarkation. The railway committee
of the Rouse of Commons this morning passed a section of the C. P. R.
bill permitting the construction of
Hues from PileB Junction to Shawnc-
gan Falls, Grand Mere, and from
Now Westminster to Vancouver
Up to noon today 80S men had been
enrolled out of 1,000 eastern Canada
has to supply for tbe fourth contingent.
Digs His Own (Irave So That it
Would Bury Him,
Montreal. April 18.���A remar kable
Suicide eaBe was reported from Hart,
land, N.B., today. Ambrose Grouse
bus been missing since Tuebday last
with 100 men searching for him. He
was of unsound mind. Today freshly
turnod earth was noticed on the hillside with a shovel lying near. Investigation showed Grouse's body underneath. He had dug a hole in the hillside, laid down in it and apparently
worked away on the overhanging
bank until it fell in on him and
buried him.
Manufacturers   Wish    Dominion    to
Grant Subsidy.
Toronto, April 18.���The executive
committee of the Canadian Manufacturer association yesterday passed a
resolution advooating the granting of
a subsidy to steel ship building In
The wholesale produce dealers ol
the eity have organized for thc promotion of their own interests from an associate and business standpoint.
Halifax, Apiil IS.���Major General
Sir Oharles Parsons,the new commander of the Biitish tioops in Canada,
arrived this afternoon on the steam-
ship   Ionian ;and   was   received by nj
Factories   Busy ami   Bank   Clearings
Larger Tban Last Year.
Toronto, April 18.���Bradstreots will
say of tbe Canadian trade tomorrow :
Canadian trade is moderately active,
though l|iiss so than earlier. Stock
speculation is very large. Country
road conditions are not favorable to
retail business. Shipments are heavy
and the future outlook is regarded as
very flattering. Foreign trade shoWB
a heavy excess over last year. Mont,
real reports cotton manufacturers
rushed with orders and demand relatively best from Ontario and the new
northwest. Toronto reports warmer
weather toward the close of the week,
stimlating trado in summer goods.
Collections are better. Wheat stocks
in the northwest are still largo anil
an increased acreage is looked forward to. The trade is bettor on the
Pacific coast, owing to increasing activity in mining, lumber and export
trado. Failures for the week number
'0 as against hi last week, and 18 in
tliis week a year ago. Clearings aggregate $84,180,583, a decrease of less
tban oue per cent from last week,
but a gain of 47 per cent, over last
Tho following are some of the
weekly clearings as compiled by Brud-
stree's for the week ending April 17
with percentages of increase and decrease as compared with the corresponding week last yoar: Montreal
$80,340,472, inoreaso 44.il; Toronto
$10,787,584, increase 50.71 Winnipeg
$3,100,335 increase 89.5; Halifax, $1,-
803,676, increase 14.(1; Vancouver
$820,021, increase 1.0; Hamilton $864,-
070; St. John, 782,000, increase 5.0;
Victoria 8581,840, decrease 5.5; Quebec
$1,045,478; Ottawa $1,834,114.
Majority  of Delegates  Evidently Have Accepted
Increases in Salaries Asked Will Mean
8000,000 a Year.
Montreal, April is.���Tne committee
representing the Canadian Paoific
Railway telegraphers met 0, W.
Spencer general superintendent ofthe
eastern lines and placed before him n
copy of their revised schedule, embodying the demands for increased
wages and other concession. This step
is a formality observed by the Order
of Railway Telegraphers and is preliminary to tho appearance of the
general committee before the management, lt is understood that the demands made by the Order involved a
sura exceeding $500,000 per year.
There are 1200 telegraphers employed
by tho Canadian Pacific railway.
Col. MacDonell Will Have One Regiment of Fourth Contingent.
Ottawa, April 18.���Col. MacDonell
D S O of the Mounted Police, Regina,
will have command of one of the four
regiments for South Africa. He has
bad an excellent record in the
Mounted police, and also io tho mili-
taiy force as well as distinguishing
himself in South Alriea. This makes
of tho commands arranged for Col.
Williams, Col. Boulauger and now
Col. MacDonell. The fourth command
has not yet beeu definitely fixed. Col.
Tomer, V. C, Quebec, will be the
second major of tho Coronation contingent.
Almost 2,000 Passed Through Montreal This Week.
Montreal, April is.���Since Monday
morning 1000 immigrants have pissed
through Windaor station bound for the
Canadian west. They are made up of
English, Scotch, Irish, Russians
Scandinavians. Italians and are said
to be a very superior class of settlers.
It is estimated tbat the number that
will pass through to the west during
the present week will rench 5,000.
Suoh an influx in one week is unprecedented.   -
Hamilton, April Is.���A. E. Walker,
father oi Bryan E. Walker, general
manager of the Canadian Hank of
Coramerce,Toronto, and H. 11. Walker,
treasurer of the Carada Life, is dead,
aged 82 years.
Now York. April 18.���The factory
of the Bradley White Lead Co. in
Brooklyn, was burned today, causing
a loss of $100,000. Employees numbering 125 will be without work for
some time as a result of the lire.
Their Laws Require Peace
Proposals to Go to Genera! Vote.
Rioting General Throughout
Manufacturing  Districts
of Belgium.
The question ot establishing a regency is being earnestly considered by
j the Holland government and it is
thought probable, in view of tn,1 possible long illneso of tile Queen, that
the Stats-General will be summoned
in a joiut session at an eatly date,   to
London, April 18.���Tho government
leader, A. ,T. Balfour, in the House of
Commons today made the following
important statement: ''After two conferences between Loid Milner and
Lord Kitchener and the Boer delegates at Pretoria, Lord Kitchener
while refusing to grant an armistice,
on military grounds, has agreed to
give facilities for the election and
meeting of representatives of the various Boer commands to cousider the
position. The Beer Icadeis have
therefore left Pretoria to carry out
this plan." Mr.Baltour added that It
is not expected that communication
between tho authorities and the Boer
leaders could be resumed in less than
three weoks time.
Mr. Balfour's statement made a
generally favorable impression. It
was argued among tho members of the
House of Commons that the action of
thc Boer leaders demonstrates tnat at
any rate, a majority of tbe delegates
favor tho acceptance of the suggested
British peace terms.
The submission of the question to a
plebiscite of the burghers is, aocoi cling to a Boer law, which requires the
leaders of armed forces in the field to
tako tiie opinion of their followers before conoluoing peace.
The Result of William Redmonds
Visit to St. Louis.
St. Louis, April 18.���Five thousand
persons beard William H. K. Red-
mon, a member of the British parliament, plead the cause of tho Irish at
exposition music hall last night. Mr.
Redmond's address was a forceful
statement of conditions in Ireland,and
a passionate plea for a cause which
he said is now about to be non. The
meeting closed with a short address by
former Congressman John P. Finerty,
of Chicago. More than $3,000 have
been suDsoribed to the support of the
Irish cause as a result of Mr. Redmond's visit to St. Louis.
Action Taken to Prevent New York
City Lines Uniting.
New Yoik, April 18.���A suit
brought by E. F. Page against the
Metropolitan Street Railway Co., the
Inter-urban Railway Co. and the Metropolitan Securities Co., was filed in
the United States circuit court  today.
The suit asks that the lease of the
Metropolitan roads to tlie Inter-urban
company be declared null and void
and that an injunction be granted to
prevent the carrying out of the deal
pending a decision of the action.
Hope  Held   Out   That   the
King Will Yet Intervene.
take action in the matter.
American Portion of Imperial Loan
Over Subscribed.
New York, April 18.���J. P. Morgan
and the Baring Co. announced today
that $25,000,000 ol the British consols
purchased jointly by them fjr salo in
this country, havo been over subscribed for fully ten times. No details
ns to allotments are yet obtainable
but in the opinion of Cecil Baring,
applicants are not likely to receive
moro than five per cent, of the amount
of their subse-iotion.
Baltimore, April 18.���Dan J, Cree-
don quit at the end of the fifth round
of a fight with Young Peter Jackson
here tonight. He claimed Jackson's
stomach punches had mado him sick
at the stomach and ho was unablo to
continue Hie fight. Then it was announced by the referee to tho spectators that Creedon was really a sick
man and that ho belived nad the fight
to havo gone another round he would
have beeu compelled to stop it. This
statement gave general satisfaction.
Brussels, April is.���The chamber ol
representatives today by 84 to 64 votes
rejected the proposal to revise the
Belgian constitution bo as to provide
for universal suffrage.
Tho debate in the chamber today
followed yesterday's lines. M.
Smeets, Socialist, accused the government of being anxious to let loo6e
1)0,000 soldiers against their brethren.
But he added, they would be unable
to exterminate socialism and enough
Socialists wonld remain to continue
the struggle. As the government was
not willing to counsel the king to
do his duty, nothing was left- but lot-
toe Socialists to address His Majesty
direct and plead for his intervention.
If ho but said the word peace would
be reestablished. The vo'e was then
M. Woeste, the leader of tho right
part in the chamber, when summing
up the debate fir tbe government
pointed out that a vote hostile to
revision ol tlio contitution did not
imply absolute hostility to reform if
tbis was discussed in peaceful times.
"The government supporters are
prepared," said M. Woeste, "to consider proposalB for reform in plural
voting although they could not go as
fur ..o universal suffrage, pure and
simple." This speech is regarded as
showing tlie willingness ot the government to grant partial reform in-the
Groat excitement followed tho vote
in the chamber. The Socialists held
a meeting in the Maison dn Peuple at
which M. Van tier Velde the leader of
the Socialist government in Belgium,
urged his hearers to bo calm. He said
that he hoped King Leopold still to
intervene. The meeting adopted a
resolution to continue the strike and
disperse without disorder. .
A eorious riot has ocsurrcd at Tou-
vain, near Brusstls. Tho Socialists
held a demonstration in front of the
residence of M. Scolarit, the president
of the chamber of deputies. When the
police attempted to disperse them they
were received with a shower of
stones. The civic guard then fired on
the mob. A similar riot occurred in
another part of Touvain and altogether five persons were killed and 12
wounded. Some of tne members carried tbe dead and wounded to the
Maison du Proletaries.
The rioting at Touvain began at
about 7.30 this evening. A band of
Socialists paraded the stieets of the
town, smashing windows with bolts
and rivets. Thoy broke through the
police cordon in tlie  Rue   Tirlemont.
The civil guards stationed in tbe
palace St. Antoine became hard
pressed by the riotors and fired a vol
ley. The guard fired a second volley
in Lont of the Catholic club. It is
reported that 12 policemen were
wounded. In somo quarters the, num
ber of wounded policemen is placed at
20 and several are said to have been
mortally injured. All houses ol Ton
vain are barricaded and maintenanc3
of order lias been assumed by the mili
Another riot is reported lo have oc
eurred ut Bruges, in Flanders. Here
tne police charged the Socialists with
drawn swords and ten of the latter
were wounded.
Regency May lie Established During
Wilhelm ina's Illness.
Tho Hague. April 18.���The gates of
Castle Loo have been placarded witb
a notification reading "Typhoid fever
within." This was in compliance
with the Dutch law requiring every
house in which a oaso of contagious
disease existed, to post a notice to
tnat effeot outside. It has not yet
been discovered whore Her Majesty
contracted the disease. It is declared
that while the jvater supplied the
oaslle is good, the Queen bas been in
Ibe habit of drinking storili/ed  milk.
German Flying Machine Inventor Gets
Into Trouble.
Berlin, April 18.���Herman Cans-
windt, whoso so-called Hying machine
has attracted wide attention hero and
abroao, was arrested today for protracted deception, forgery and gulling
the public into subscribing for shares
of an aeroplane company, lie obtained money in small sums from
hundreds of persons. Canswindt re-
ently flcodcd the papers here with immense advertisements of Hying mi-
chines, containing tho endorsements
of clergymen and other persons inexperience! io business, from all parts
ot Germany. It transpires that some
ol the names wero forged, including
tbe name of Emperor William's brother-in-law. The detectives had been
working on the case for five months.
He recently offered to tho war minister for 20,000,000 marksfabout $5,000,-
000) a flying machine whieh be said
would reach the planet Mars, lie also
claimed to have invented a ir.otor having multiplying power, resulting in a
sort of perpetual motion.
Canswindt, who was originally a
lawyer and then a farmer, bad been
experimenting for ten years with various visionary inventions, none of
which practically roalised his expectations,
Physicians Seem Less Anxious About
Queen's Condition.
Iletloo, Holland, April IS.���7 p. m.
���Queen Wilhelmina's fever has not
abated, but tbe condition of the Royal
patient is said to be satisfactory. Her
Majesty's physicians are said to be
less anxious for it is believed that the
malady will not assume the ordinary
malignant character.
Queen Wilhelmina is visited by her
doctors three times a day. She is supposed to have contracted ber illness
as the result of a chill. Among the
cable messages received inquiring
about the Queen's health was one
from President Roosevelt.
Betuming Missionary Testifies to
Widespread Unrest in China.
Hong Kong, April is.���Rev. Mr.
Landis, an American missionary, who
nas arrived lure from Nan Ning province of Kwang Si, confirms tho report of tho seriousness of the rebellion in tnose provinces of Cbioa. He
says all trado beyond Nan Ning is
paralyzed, Their storos are packed
with goods stopped on their way to
the interior.
The total rebel force numbers
about 10,000 well armed men. The
oountiy around Nan Ning is simmering with|jdiscontent arising from the
oppression of the prefect of tho
Tho rebels are friendly towards
foreigners and Christians and allow
the imperial post to pentrate into thc
rebel districts and imperial mail to
Bondsmen Withdrew From   Her   Bail
While Out.
Capetown Apiil 18.���Tho bondsmon
of Princess Radziwill accused   of   forgery in connection with notes purporting to have beou signed by   the   late
Cecil Rhodes having withdrawn   from
her bail tbe Princess   was   committed
to jail today while awaiting her   trial
which is to begin un Monday next.
London, April 18.���Cabling from
Rotterdam, the correspondent here of
the Daily Chronicle says ho learns
that tbo Queen's mother will decline
the regency because she wishes to
nurse her daughter and that the government will propose, that Prince
Henry become regent for six   months.
New York. April 18,���Bar silver, 52
5-8c. Mexican dollars. 42 l-2c.    Lead.
quiot.   4   l-sc.      Copper,    irregular,
12 1-1:.
Provincial Estimates Contemplate Very High Expenditures.
The Island Again Digs Deep
Into the  Provincial
Victoria. April IH.��� Estimates submitted today provide for an expenditure of $2,48(i, 127.31 a sligth increase
over last year. There was a sick
among the iniiiiilaiid members especially the Eraser river members, nt the
smallness of appropriations for their
constituencies which they urge bave
been discriminated against lor Isluud
There is $55,ooo tor government
house, Victoria, $30,000 for Point
Ell.ee blidge, Victoria.and 82(1,(AH) lor
premier's seat South Nanaimo. Nol-
on riding gets $18,.100,
Winnipeg Reappears Among   Pioduc-
ers Thin Week.
Phoenix. April 18.���This week's re-
shipments from Boundary are* little
less than those of the week which
broke the recoid. In detail Ibis week
tbey are: Granby mines, (i,si;:j tons;
Mother Lode 2,132; Golden Crown,
30; Winnipeg, 05; Jewel, 270. Total
for week, L.'.iiS'.i tons.
Boundary smelters treated for tho
w;ek r',sls"1toiis of ore as,follows:
Granby smelter, 9,898 and Mother
Lode suiclto-, 2,950. Total Boundary
ore treatmet for the year to date, 132,-
904 tons.
Klerksdorp. April 18. ���General   Ian
Hamilton, in a further drive, has captured 64 lioers.
Greenwood Meeting Asks   Government
to Encourage Great Northern.
Greenwood, April is. ���A well attended public meeting, the muyor presiding last night unanimously adopted a lengthy resolution expressive ol
appreciation of the Great Northern's
effort to give lloundaiy the benefit of
a competing railway, sympathy with
its being delaved and put large expense by the obstructionist tactics of
its opponents, and also requesting the
federal and provincial governments to
facilitate the Completion Of the Great
Northern's Kettle valley railway by
very means in their powr.
Grand Forks, April Is. ��� During tho
week endid tocay the Granby smel'er
treated tl,OHO tons of ore. Thc grand
total treated to date is 381,5S5 tons.
For lhe last month a steady stream
of fruit trees have been coming into
Nelson hy express and several
thousand apple trees beside a large
number of small fruit bushes and
trees have boon added to the orchards
and gardens in and around the eity.
Bishop Dontenwill, of New Westminster, spent two days in Nelson
tllis week on a pastoral visit to tho
Roman Catholic congrogation here.
He has just been visiting tbe parishes
along the Crow's Nest railway and
will go to Rossland and the Boundary
before returning to the coast
Wellington McFarland, purser on
the steamer Valhalla, died yesterday
afternoon at the Kootenay Lake General hospital of typhoid fever. lie
was :;il yoars of age. No date has
been set for the funeral. Five men,
three off tho steamer Vslhalla and
two who worked on sliore, at Procter,
have been at the hospital (or tho past
week with bad cases of typhoid, and
of these two have now died, Sinclair
and McFarland. It is supposed thnt
tbev cnotacted the disease from the
water used on the vessel. It is usually
drawn from over tbe side of the vessel
while she was lying at the wharf, aud
the vessel lying there sometimes for
hours.the current is not sufficient to
carry away the slops that are thrown
over the sidM and the impure wnter is
used. The remaininu cases are improving somewhat. Nelson  Dailv Miner,  Saturday,  April ig,  1902
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The above Reward will he paid to
anyone giving evidence that will con
vlct persons of stealing The Miner rrom
our subscriber's doors.
Much is lunrd of Uritish and United
States capital Ior the development of
Canadian resources and it is spoken
of as a necessity. The fact is that
there is no neceisity of going outside
of Canada fur any money that'may be
required for tho ordinary enterprises
of tbe country. Canada stands high in
the matter of the amount ol ready
money at the disposal of its people.
If industries have lagged, or cuter-
prises remained inactive, it is because
Canadians have not shown a disposition to assume tbe flnamal risks involved in their prosecution. On June
80, 1001, thore was to the credit of
tho people of Canada in the post office
and government savings' bank $!>��,-
048,!).r)7, and on February 38, 1003,
there was on deposit payable on demand with the chartered banks-
$288,086,128, making a grand total
drawing only savings bank rate of
interest, 8205,045,080. This amounts
to almost ifiiO for every man, woman
an child in the country. There waa on
deposit in the chartered banks on
February 28, payable on demand,
which may. be presumed to bo the
current amounts of business men,
$04,804,000. /
The amount in the savings banks is
constantly inreasing and besiacs there
is quite a large sum in the hands of
private banners and loan companies as
savings deposits so tha'. the amount
available for incestment may be
stBted in round numoers, us $:iU0,00O,-
000 Looking for outside capital is
therefore apparently not a necessity.
It only remains for the people of
Canada to turn their attention to the
opportunities there are for the profitable investment of monoy, to persuade
them that the investment will return
fair profits for tnern, to cultivate the
habit of taking greater risks than
they have so far done, to make all the
money that is needed procurable for
any and all lho enterprises that have
merit. As the scope for profitable
foreign tiado] widens the means will
he available for commerce, manufactures and shipping, and in mining
when continued profits are snown in
such steady Buccesson that confidence
whioh was badly shaken by the boom
of a few yoars ago, is restored, there
will be, as there is now no necessity,
to look abroaft for financial support.
methods under which publie funds
could ho used to greater advatitage
than in this direction.
A good, sound and level headed set
of men is embraced in the legislative
commitee on mini ig. They have reported to the house that tbey consider
it inadvisable to make any changes in
he mineral and placer mining acts
during tbe present session. Such
wisdom is remarkable and merits por-
petuatiou. Peace und tranquility are
assured in the land and no hideous
dream may haunt the sluraberB of the
timid and coveted investor.���Slocan
While it might not be necessary to
add anything to mining law, there
is considerable that might be takon
away from it to the advantage and
benelit of tt.o mioin<r industry. For
instance, the two por cent, tax could
be abolished and some moro equitable
method of tixation framed and put
into effect. Tho clauses in the Companies act which provide such severe
penalties for merely technical violations could be expunged from the
Btatute bouk. With these exceptions
we agree with tho views of the Slocan
Kaslo is making preparations to
celebrate Victoria day in fine style.
Considerable money wil! be hung up
for prizes for the several sporting
events and au enjovable time is promised to all wbo attend. A number of
Nelson people will go to Kaslo to
participate in the celebration.
The legislature has passed a law
prohibiting alien property owners
from voting at municpal elections,
which privilege they have heretofore
enjoyed. If aliens think enough of the
country to invest their money in city
proporty if they desire to voto they
should buoome citizens. That was
the view that the legislature took of
tbo matter when the law was adopted.
Alexander Dick who, practised in
the Kootenay as a mining engineer
for several years, is now assistant
manager of tbe Dominion Coal Co., of
Nova Scotia. Recently he returned to
Halifax from a tiip through Europe
were he placed a number of orders for
coal for is company. Mr. Dick thinks
it would be a good advertisement for
Canada to build a warship at Sydney
of Canadian steel and present it to the
Uritish navy. The better way would
be to build a warship ol Canadian
steel nnd present it to the Canadian
navy. Australia has a navy of her
own and why should not Canada be
aoujrded a liko privilege.
The Kansas City Journal says if
Canada owns the North Pole, as it is
now claimed "why doesn't she put a
fence around it and tack up warnings
to trespassers?" The claim to jurisdiction over the North Pole was set up
by Hon. C. H. Mackintosh when he
was Governor of the Northwest Teiri-
tories, and tnen it was intended more
as a joke than anytning else. Those
oountries which have possessions
which border on the Arctic ocean
would probably each claim a share
In the pole if ever it iB lucated. The
countries are Canada, Russia, the
United States, Denmark, Norway and
Sweaen. It is doubtful, however, if
ever the question of which country
has jurisdiction ever the pole will
cause international complications of
a soriouB nature, as it is not at all
certain that man will ever he able to
reach it. His efforts in that direction
have so far not been over successful.
The proposal of E.O. S. Seholefield,
the provincial librarian, to organize a
llritish Columbia Lfbrary association
so as to promote tho establish ment ol
public libraries and reading rooms
throughout the province and to seeing
that they are reasonably equipped and
looked after onco tbey are established,
is a laudable one, and. one which
should meet with the full cooperation
of the public. Ontario bus a similar
organization whicb ia in a nourishing
condition, and the members of which
hold annual nieetiugs for tho discussion of topics pertaining to libraries.
Nelson has a freo library; that is to
say, the public have access to the
books and periodicals free of charge
ln the library, but in order to become
book borrowers small membership
fees are exuded. The Nolson library
has proven to be quite an undertaking
for the association having it fa onargo
to carry on. It is a most useful institution, considering the lifb'culties
which it lias encountered, owing to a
lack of sufficient funds to place it on
a better footing. The management of
tho library will, therefore, be greatly
pleased to receive whatever benefits
may come to it through the efforts of
Mr. Seholefield. A library association
would certainly be of groat help in
aiding tho Kelson library and othur
libraries. The proviuco should appropriate a fair sized sum for this purpose,   as we  believe  there   are   few
A glance at the list of eases coming
befoie the full bench of the Supreme
court at Vancouver will easily demonstrate that justice will not be done to
the interior of the province until a
resident judge of the Supreme court
has heen appointed with place of residence in Kootenay. There are 35 caBes
on the list. Of these five are appeals
from the Yukon, one ia from North
Yale, one from Greenwood, ono from
Grand Forks, one of the parties in
which has a Nelson solicitoi, one
from Rossland and eight from Nelson.
This makes eleven from the upper
country as against nineteen from all
other parts of the province, and five
from the YoKon. If the number of
appeals may he taken as a criterion,
and it seems the only reasonable one,
NelBon is as much entitled non to a
session of the appeal eoort as is Vancouver or Victoria. It would be much
cheaper to have the judges take the
trip to tnis oity tban to nave counsel
in one third of the total number of
cases to be heard journey to
New   White   liiousos   at   Kerr   and
obtained in all oountries
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N. A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
..   IMPORTANT   ..
Not a clearing  of broken lines but  a big,   broad,   comprehensive movement of
That handsome Hlue Copcland China set in  the centre of
our  window is only  $21.50, was $27.50.    There  are  112
pieces.    Many other Sets in  various  oolors and designs
from $12.25,   were $16.50
In dainty shapes, some in dark blue and  green  tints  with
broad tracings  of gold,   others  in  pretty floral   designs
From $4.so, $6-25 were $5.75, $9.50.
Bohemian Glassware in many rich designs $1.75 were $2.50.
Several other kinds $1,60 were $2.50.
A very handsome set of Doulton Ware in green and  gold,
12 pieces only $17 was $23.    Others at $2,25, 4.00,   5-75,
8.00 were 3.25, 5.50, 8.25, n.oo.
Should bo
Used for Tinting and Decorating Walls and Ceilings.
1. IT IS SANITARY.   Physicians say  " Tho walls of a room lo be heallhy must breath*."   Ala-
bastine being a porous cement, permits the free paisagi of nir.
2. IT IS PERMANENT, and hardens with age, en;;- ly different from Italsoaiine preparation..
3. EASILY APPLIED.   Anyone can brush it on���no one can rub it off.
i. CONVENIENT, as it is ready for use by lhe addftion of cold water.
0. IT IS ECONOMICAL, costing for material less than one cent por square yard for plain tinting.
0. LABOR SAVING, as it admits of re-contir.jr from time to time as is necessary to renew, doing
away with the nasty muss ol washing eft" ktJsomlBes and scraping off wall paper.
7, HANDY TO GET, as it is for sale by hardware and paint dealers everywhere.    Never sold In bulk.
Painters, write for our Treo offer "TwoOood Things" and book of Instruction!
how to usa aLAUA;' i'lNE,   Address
Paris, Ont.
Those interested will kindly call at
The OfflCC where they can find
find out all about it.
Kootenay Coffee Co.
Roasters of Choice Coffees-
Quantities  to   suit   at   wholesale
Our Java and Moc'na at 40c, and Ou.
Choice Blend at 25c.
is the best value for the money.
We guarantee satisfaction if you
buy or order direct from us.
Pure Choice Teas
All varieties and grade.
West Buker St. Tel 177. P. O. Box 182.
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
Roses, Bulbs
Agricultural  Implements, Dee Supplies, Fruit Baskets, Fertilizers.
Catalogue Free. I
M.  J.   HENRY
3009 Westminster Road, Vanoou ver, B. C
Finest ana Best Bar ln t_* city.
The best Brands of Liquors
and Cigars.
$1.00 AND 5?.50 PER DAY
JOSEPH HARWOOD.   -   Proprietor
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings. Sash Doors,
Inside Finish.
Ooast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LABJX).
Brewers of Fine Lftger
Beer and Porter,
NoIhod  B, 0.
Lawrence Hardware Go.
The Fishing Season is now open and we invite our f rienda and natrons t
inspect our large and oomplete Btock ot
Rods, Reels, Oasts, Flies, Fly Books, Lines, Fishing Baskets,Trolling Spoous
Guns and Ammunition
HbelRo-gaLIBank of Ganaoa
Capital! .Authorized,
Incorporated 1869.
.     *3,000,00��.00 I  Capital Paid-up,     ,    .    .     IM,nW���0<|0.llo
"������e,,��      ��� *MM,Mt.0i
Board of Dtrr.eton    Thomas K. Kenny, President;   Thomas lUbohle, Vlool'rrai,i.,���h
WUev Bmltb, H. Q. Banld, Hon. David Mackoon. ""HUM
Head Offlce, Halifax i
Ueneral Manager, Edbon L��. Poane, Montreal,
Superintendent of Brunei���.   W. 11. Torrance, Montreal
Branchei t
Nova Seolla���Halifax Branoh, Antlgonl��h'
Brldgewater, (.'unquot, Ouyilioro, l.on
dondorry, Lunenburg. Maitland, (H&nUl
Co.). Plctou, Port Hawkonbury, Sydney.
Shubenaoadle, Truro, Woymouth.
New Brunswick ��� Bathurnt. Dalhounio
Domhemoi1 Frodericton, MoncLun, Now
castle, Hexton (Kent Co.), Saokvllle. St,
r. v.. inltud���Charloitntown, Bnmrneralde
Quebee-Monirmi.  (Clr-y .Offloe),   Montroa
Wost lmd (Cor. Notre   Daino ami aolir-
neura Street*); Woslraount ((.'or. Urcono
Avenue and St. CathartnoH street
Newfoundland���St. John'fi.
Cuha, Went ludlea���Havana,
United Htnten-Now York (M Kic-hiitiiie Plana
Republic, Watih.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vancouver
Vanconver East End, Victoria.
Canada���Merchants Hank of Canada.   Boston���Natlona   Shawmut Bank.  CTMr.agn-luinolii
Trust and Savings Bank.   San Francisco���Novada National Bank.   London, Buff.���Bunt  ot
Scotland.   Paris, trance -Credit Lyonnals.   Bermuda���Bank of Bermuda.  < Ulna and ja
pan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Spokane-old National Hank.
(leneml Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills ot Exchange  Bough
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable termB.   Interest allowed on jpecia
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
���"- "*3
c= Be Sure and Get the Genuine. -~
| Lawrence Hardware Company |
B Sole Agents, Nelson, B. C. 2
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E. CROASDAILE Ageut Nelson-
Y. O. GBEEN        F. 8. OUEMENTtj
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Gor. Kootenay & Victoria Sts. Nelson
P. O. Box 148 Telephone 261
To SILAS H CROSS, or to uny person or persons to wbom be may have
transferred his interest in tbe  lliuvy
Joy Mineral Claim, Bituate on Morning Mountain, about 11-2 miles westerly from the Silver King Mine, iu
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District, li. C.
YOU or auy of you are hereby notified that I have expended one hundred
and two dollars and nfty cents iu labor and improvements upon tbe ubove
mineral claim, under tbe provision of
the Mineral Act, and if within ninety
days from tbe dat'e of  this notice you
fail or refuse  to contribute your proportion of such expenditure together
with all costs of advertising, your interest in said claim will become the
property of the subscriber under section 4 of an Act entitled An Act to
Amend the Mineral Aot 1000,
Dated this Hth dav of March. 1802.
Spokane Falls &
Nelson Sl Fort
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
D rect connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points   East and South.
Loaves Spokane daily for East at 9:40 a> m
Leavea Spokane daily ior Went at 7:20 a.m
Leaven Spokane daily tor Wost at 8:00 p.m.
West-hound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
hound trains connect at Duluth with
themagniflcentsteamships North-West
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Croat Northern Railway.
For further information, aps, fold
ers, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern By., Kaslo & Slocar
By., Koote]-ai Bail way & Navigation
Co,, or to
Oity Pass, and Tkt. Agt, W 701 W,
Bi'-ersido Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
G;K. TAOKABUBY. Local Agent,
Nelson. B.O1
Red Mountain R'v.
Between Nelson and Spokane
Nelson to Seattle - a I hours
Nelson to Vancouver - 26 hours
Nelson to Victoria      -      ^hours
Leave DAY TBAIN        Anl��
9:20B.m Spokane. ]���,,,��,���
12:35p.m Bossland * ������
Agent, Nelson, B.
For  artistic  pb   work ilMlMg��
oders with The Miner. Union Label.
���'***��; Nelson   Daily Miner, Saturday, April 19, 1902
*** f**********************_
Work is still proeeeding with most
satisfactory results on the Cooper
creek placers and the diggings are
attracting considerable attention
amongst men working in tbe neighboring district, says the Kootcnaian.
One man, an old timer in tbe prospecting field, and now working in
tho Mc*uigan basin, remarked to a
Koolenaian representative the other
day that as soon as be got through
theie he would make a strike for the
Lardo diggings. ''I've beeu there
before and 1 know the stuff Is there
right enough." Other remarks of a
similar nature were heard in Sandon,
McGuigan and Whitewater and were
dropped from men who know the lay
of the land. That our townspeople
have faith in tlie richness of tho diggings is shown by the fact that Mayor
Goodenough, Gus Kuester, Charles
Bonner nnd others are forming a company to woik claims there and have
sent up representatives
to    the
Tho Climax is a very promising
group of claims located on tne summit between Hammill and Toby
creeks in tlie Lardo district. Tbis
property is owned by J. P. Miller,
Chas. Dickson, Andy Olson and Captain Ed. Nelson, und consists of five
claims upon every one of whioh the
ledge baa been traced by means of
open outs. The ledgo averages twelve
feet wide for the entire distance, the
ore taken out assaying 10 par cent,
copper and $7 in gold. In running a
short tunnel on oue of tho claims
about a carload of tbis ore was taken
out, which could, with proper transportation facilities, bo shipped at a
profit. Adjoining this group are somo
propertioa upon whioh J. 3. lleutot
bus done considerable development
worn and in the samo neighborhood
is tbe McLaughlin group which was
bonded to a Boston company last, fall.
cent, of tlieir total claims against the I
Chapleau roal and mire.���Slocan
On Monday lsst, says the Slocan
Drill carpenters were put to work on
the Ottawa building a '__ dining
room, oflice and kitchen, to accommodate the increased force that is to be
put to work later on. A series of
assays have been made lately of ore
taken from the drift aod the returns
are highly satisfactory. No. 1 sample
taken from tbe breast, where the
ledge is four left wide and well min-
eraiizod, 17.60 oz. silver:; Nos. 2 and
3, from six inch paystreak, '.17.00 and
109.20 oz.; No. 4, from a one.foot
seam, 1 oz.; No. 5, from a two inch
streak, 4.10.80 oz., No. 0, from a six
inch stroak, 2120.70 07,.; No. 7, from
a 12-inch streak in the raise, 189.00
oz. j No. 8, from six ind] streak at
end of raise, 20.
Committ<:e Thiuk Well of Location on
Granite Road.
Yesterday        afternoon Mayor
Fletcher, John A. Turner, Blake
Wilson and J. Fred Hume drove out
over the Nelson-Uracite road to visit
the proposed site for a race track. On
thoir return they were seen by a
Miner reporter and all expressed
themselves as much pleased with the
prospective site nnd thought the
scheme would bo feasible. Tbe road
proved a revelation to all of them, as
although al! wero familiar with the
old 4i)-creek trail, which the road
follows in some places, none thought
such a beautiful dike could have been
made along that route. They followed the road out to the end and stated
that Nelson undoubtedly has one of
the prettiest drivts that could be
fonnd in tbe Kootenays. Of the site
itself the thteo members of the committee will make a report at the meeting that is to be culled and it is
hoped that it will be possible to go
aneud at once. Tlie principal drawback
to the site had beeu its distance from
tbe city, but as the railway track
passes within three hundred yards it
would be an easy matter to have a
trail cut so that those who wished to
to the races, and did tot choose to
utterly useless for any other purposos
than those contemplated, but admirably fulfilling these. The road from
Nelsou to the site is a good one and
with a little fixing would be first
clasp, and the grade being very light
two and one-hall miles would not be
too far foi a pleasant drive or walk.
Tho lake and tho city are in viow
almost the whole distance, going and
coming, and although the grade for
the first mile and one half is a Utile
stiff for comfortable cycling, going
out, beyon '. tllis is a long level stretch
to delight the hcurt of the rider, it is
expected before the meeting that a
number of those interested in tne project will visit the site.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
AdvertlsemoLita Inserted nnder thin head at
tho rate of one cent a word per Insertion. No
advortiieemont taken for less than 25 cents.
Situation Wanted advertisements Inserted
three tinio.-i tree .( change.
FOR SALE Cheap���$700 cash,    IfsOO in
foui years, $200   per   year,   interest,
at S per cent,will buy li-ruom cottage, j
with all   conveniences   on   Carbonate
street    betwi-en   HaU   and    llendryx
streets.    Address II. .1. M,, Box 108.
Similkameen Valley Coal company, a small block of this company's
stock has been placed in my bands to
sell at 20 cents. Stock certificates
will be delivered on payment. E. I!.
walk or drive,could go by train.
ground   is   a   long   lovel gravel
Angus McLean, superintendent of
the Iron Horse, returned on Saturday
from Spokane, whither he had been to
endeavor \,o straighten out the affairs
of the company. He Was unsuccessful
in raising the money,but tbe directors
promised to pay everything and bave
the property wonting again inside o
60 days. The total indebteness
amounts to $3,000, a large portion of
which is for wages. Many of the
creditors, inoluding the workmen,
have instituted procedings to protect
their interests. It is quite probable
the money will be paid over next
week.���Slocan Drill.
In the records this week will be
noticed tho record of a bond given by
Bella Conrsier, of Revelstoke to M. II.
Webber, of Winona, Minnesota, for
the Black Warrior group near Trout
Lake.says tho Kaslo Kootcnaian. Tlie
bond is for 837,500; $3,000 payable on
Feb. 1, 1902; $10,000 on November 1,
1902; $24,000 (the final payment) on
November 1, 1003. This is one of the
largest deals made in tbe Lardo distriot, and tlio property is one of the
host in the country.
The shipments frum Slooan City
camp during the past week weie 00
tons, tho Arlington shipping 40 tons
of ore and the Enterprise 20 tons oi
concentrates. Tbo total shipments
irom Slooan City camp for the year
aggregate 1,450 tons. The shipments
for the year from the wholo oi the
Slocan were 8,407 tons.
Hon.C.II. Mackintosh has-intereslcd
Scotch capital for the operation of the
Giant mine at Rossland, Burnt Basin,
and the Lavina in the Lardeau, aod
intends pushing operations vigorously
this spring.
A letter was received in the city
yesterday from James Johnstone, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, who f :r some
time resided in Nelson, asking why a
tourist association was not formed
here,be not having heard that one has
been already started Mr. Johnstont
said he had met several nho bad been
in Nelson and has beeu impressed
with its beauties and instanced Prof.
Salmon, who bad eome down from
Revelstoke, while crossing the continent, with bis wife, to visit the city.
He spont two days here, but not being
acquainted with anyone or knowing
where to go for fishing or trips did
not havo a very interesting time.
FLAT FOR KENT���Over Lester's
groceiy store, Water street. Bright
pleasant rooms. Complete bathroom.
Hot water connections, gas langc, etc.
Apply S. L. Lester.
LADY whose husband is away, will
let (cheap) to lady roomer, well
furnished room with free use of
sitting room. Inquire white cottage
across from Phair hotel, Victoria
N. M. Cummins, Lessee���Every knowi.
variety of nofl drinks. P U Hox 88. 'I'elcphon
No. 31. Hoover Street, Nelnon. Houlurs of th
famous St, Leon Hot SprinRn Miueral W'uter
AMACIIONALD & Co.-Cornor Kron
. and Hall Stroots���Wholesale Ri'ocor
anil jobbers in blankets, K.loves, mitts, boot*
rubbers, mackinaws and uiinerb' .miiuries.
F   BURNS & Co.-Baker Street, Nelaon-
.   Wholesale dealers lu fresh a      cured
meats.   Cold Storage.
Baker Street, Nelnon��� Wholesalo dea,
ors in fresh and cured iueaui.
TO RENT.���Furnished     house     near
Baker street.      Evorv   convenience.
P. O. Box 022.
I Street, Nelsou ��� Wholesale UBalurn lr
hardware, miners' (supplies, sporting" goods
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Man aver.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nelson.
Oiders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
FURNISHED ROOMS. ���Large furnished rooms with home comforts,
suitable for two gentleman or man
and wife. Reasonable terms. Apply
room 1, McDonald block, cor. Josephine and Vernon streets.
FOR   RENT   CHEAP���Twenty-three
bedrooms and newly fitted dining
room in good hotel centrally located.
Apply X. Y. Z���  Miuer olliee.
FOR SALE���Two good lots with six
roomed house, bath, hot and cold
water, wired ior electric light. !f.">00
cash, balance easy Urms. Apply B.
and M. Bird.
TO LET���After   May 1st lhe  Central
hotel,   Front street.    Apply Samuel
Milliugtoo, Kaslo.
FOR SALE.���Eggs for hatching.Black
Minorca,     Brown      Leghorn,    and
Plymouth Rocks.     P. O. Box 003,   or
Miss Edwards, Fairview.
STORE   TO   LET���Second door from
corner Josephine on Baker. Enquire
at Vanstone's Drug store.
The funeral of James Amiot, who
died suddently at tbe Bartlett hotel on
Wednesday evening, will take place
from the undertaking rooms of McArthur and Co.. on Vernon streot, at
10 o'clock today. Kev. W. Munroe
will conduct the funeral service. The
chief of police had made inquiries
of the cbieis of police of Lowell and
Worcester, Mass., where, from his
letters it was thought that the wife or
sons of tlie deceased resided but so tar
ho haB obtained no reply to his inquiries so it has been decided to inter
the remains here. Mr. Amiot had
been a member of the Plasterers'
union, but as that has been disbanded, there is no organization to
whieh he belonged to take charge o
the remains ���
TWO Gentlemen can   get  comfortable
room, breakfast and   dinner for  835
per   month,   within   two   blocks    of
liospitai.   Apply \.  IL, Miner oflice.
FOR SALE���The Nelson Cafe, the
finest restauiant in the Kootenays,
best location, 2,r> nicely furnished
rooms in connection. The best business proposition in the district today,
for full particulars write Nelson Cale,
Box 225, Nelson B.C.
M'LACHLAN BROS. Baker Stroot Nolson,
B. C.,���Dealers in general harhware,
milling supplies, glasn, palats, Portland Cement, areola and Scolcb tire briuk. Agents
for VVilkins ....d Co.'s celebrated steel wire ropo
I HiSJii��nS|ilS>..S>i.S>i>liS>..��.i#..��.i��<i��.i��liSJll��li��<i����i��M��>��S>.i>.i>.H>..>.i
The Canadian Bank of Commerce I
Wilh Which I. Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up   Capital,   8S,ooo,000;    Reserve   Fund,   J2,000,0o0',
Aggregate   Resources Over 166,000,000;
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. B. WALKER, Ueneral Mmin*ei
London Otlice: 6o Lombard Street, E. C.
New York Olllee: 16 Exchange Place.
And 68 branehOH tn Canada and lhe u'liileil BbatflS, Including
Atlin GitKKNWOon Nklson Ramoom
Ckanhkook        Kamuioi's Nkw Wkstminhtkh   Vancih vkr
Fkhnik Nanaimo Uosslanii Victokia
YUKON DIBTBIOT-Dawson and Wiiitk Hohsk.
UNITHU) bTATKJS���Nkw Youk, San Kkancisco, Hkatti-k, PoiiTLANn. Skagway.
Savings Bank Department.
.Deposits Koceivotf and Im,-]. -t Allow.'.   Pretest lUte '���'��� ivr Cent
Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Mima^er.
paints, oilii and slnis;
Fishing Taok'O nnd SpoiLing Goods a rspccialty
paints, oilri and glniM; mechanics   twin
TURNER, BBETON Be Co.-Cornor Vornoi
and Josephine Streets, Nelson���Wheie
rialo dealers in liquors, cigars, and dry goods
AgonU for Pftbst Hrewin-j Co. of Milwauko<
and Calgary Brewing Co o? Calgary.
and liquors otc., Baker
Wholesalo groeorio
streot, Nelson.
OiUco corner HaU and Kront Streets
Nelsoi���Lumtier, ceiling, flooring, and evory
thing in wood for building purposes. Oet oui
prices.   Correspondence aollcitod. ... _i.y
A.   M'DONALI),     Agent
Dairy Co. Ice Cream.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kasl.
Sandon, Three Forks, Neiw Denver and Slocan Git}
Order* by niafl to nrw branch will have careful and omnwt attention.
FIRST-CLASS Hoard and Room, SS.n0
per week, Silica  st, 2ud  door west
of Ward.
3. H. LOVE,
Nelson Employment Agency,
P. O. Box 405. Phone 27b
Wanted���Coolt, 875. Dishwasher,
$40. Waitress, 830. Girl for chamber
and laundry worn. Railroad men.
tiirl (or housework.    Nurue Girl.
WANTED���Teacher for   Ileaverraouth
school,     duties   to   begin   May   1.
Apply to J. A. Morrison,  secretary.
MEN AMI) Women wanted to woik at
home.   Hood mages,  Write Glasgow
Woollen   Company,    Department    C.
Will pay the higheBt oash prioe for all
kinds of seoond hand goods. Will bny
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Fnrnitnre, Btoves, oarperta,
cooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Sail and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 300. Ha"
treet, Nelson. B. 0.
General teaming. A Bpeoialty of moving Furniture and Pianos. No 1 L>ry
Wood, all lengths. Orders left at tlie
Wesetm Canadian Employment Agenoy
receive prompt and careful attention
.boW&_a dosoi., taor a bj-nrf ot
Hlops tile Cough
anil! WorfcH on* tlie.Gold.
Laxative Btomo-Qnlnlne Table!* euro   a cold
ii one day.   NoCure, noPay.   Prico 25 conts.
On Saturday A. York received a
telegram from R. F,Green,at Victoria,
stating that the governmont had sent
$3,000 to the governmont agent at
Kaslo, to pay part of the claims on
account of the Chapleau wagon road,
lhe amount paid is one-half the government subsidy to the road. The
creditors  have   now   received  11  per
-��_$���-   on    tta "market.    AI��o   try  our
WINES,    LIQUORS     ��od    CIGARS
ToleohoneO.1 Baker BtNolBOr
Well-Known Toronto gontloman Wed all
the. Catarrh cures hoard of for yours: m
laat .lapaneso Oatarrh Cure i
symptom of Ihu disease.   It
Mr W. n. WI
removed evory
cures perma
of 254 Church street
for'c.darr',;buUr. each W^W<ffiUtbt��
��&_��___ _tyaa**a,Xaitm.M
HELP of all linds wanted and
furnished. Western Canadian Em
ployment Agency. Large warehouse
for storage; call at Piosser's Second
Haud store, VVard stcct.
Atlantic 8.S. Sailings
From Montreal
Allan line Paiisian May :i
Allan Une Tunisian  May 10
Heaver lAee Lake Buncos May  1
Beaver Line Lake Manitoba May  8
Dominion Line Dominion May 1
Frcm Port-land*
Dominion Line Calif orntan May 3
From Boston
Dominion Lino New England May 7
From New York
White Ptir Line Mftjostlo May 7
White Star Line Germanic .....May 11
Cunard Line Umbria May 3
Cunard Lino Lueania May 10
American Line Philadelphia * May  7
American Lino St Paul, May 11
Continental Ballings of French, North German Lloyd, II. A. P. and Italian Linen on application.
RATES���Saloon fares ��12.50, and upwards
Pecond $35 and upwards: according to steamer
a"d location of berth. Steerage quoted on ap
plication. Prepaid passages from Kngland and
the continent at lowest rates.
H, L. BROWN,      W. P* F. CUMMINGS,
City Agt. NelHQu.      Gen. Agent Wlrnioeg
Receiver's Sale by Tender
100.000 SHARES OF G.   & G. MINING
CO., Limited Liability.
IflO.OOO shares of Kiiuillraiueen
Valley Coal Co. stocr to be sold in
blocks at 28c a share. Apply W. W.
Fallows, broker, Sandon, B.C.
NOTICE���Iu ifgard to tne stock of
the Similkameen Valley Coal Co.,
Limited, now being offered for sale by
Brydges, Blakemore and Cameron,
Limited, and VV. W. Fallows,
the directors cf the Similkameen Valloy Coal Co. Limited, desire
to notify the public that such share
offered are pooled stock of the company and cannot bo delivered at present. The conditions of the pool are
that it shall not bo broken until at
least ono hundred thousand shares of
treasury stock havo been sold and the
proceeds of such sale paid in full.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 17th day
of April, 1802. Hy order, 1��. VV.
Swannell, Secretary,
Parties wishing Golf or any stockings
knitted or footed can iiB.ee them done by
applying   on   corner   of     Ward   an
Victoiia street, opposite postofflce.
Subscriptions taken for the Nelson Daily and Weekly Miner at
publisher's prices by J. F. DEL-
ANEY, New Dem'er, B. C.
For the following supplies will be received nt olliee of the Secretary of the
Kootenay Lake Geneial Hospihil up to
noon ou Friday, April 25,1902, viz;
nRic;8,��;RueniHE*.��>KA'*\ rnn u>. milk
.Specifications for Groceries and Drug
may be seen at the office of the Swore
Winnipeg Vancouver
Toronto Viotoria
Ottawa Seattle
Mont real Portland
New York San Francisco
via Soo Line, Ht Paul, Chicago
and ull U. S. points.
Between Henry li. Hoie. Plaintiff,
and Timothy O'Leary, Administrator,
et al, Defendants.
Sealed tenderH addressed to R. VV.
Day. Receiver, Nelson, II.C , for 10(1,-
000 shares in tho above named company will be received by tlie undersigned R.VV. Day up to noon of April
Tl, 11)02. Tne sale will be made to the
highest bi.lder. Terms ''() per cent.
when tender in accepted.balance within ten ilays thereafter, Tlio nominal
par value of eacb share is $ 1.0(1 and
the authorised capital of the company
is $".00,0110.00. The company was Incorporated in British Columbia in iv.,f>
under the Companies' Act, IMi{), and
Amending Acts. The company is said
to own tlio ('. and U. mineral claim
near Rossland, ILC. For particulars
apply to
Nelson,H.C..Solicitors for the Receiver.
or to
R.  VV.  DAY,
Receiver, Nelson, ILC.
Dated Nelson B.C., April 10th, 1008,
Real Estate, Fire and Lite lnsurenee
Money to Loan.
*fsii0���Five   roomed   house   nnd two
Mill   Btreet,   good     garden.
Terms |400 cash, easy   terms
lots   on
for balance.
$560���Home lixl'l nnd improved lot
on Victoria street, clear title.
$275���Good building lol and shank
on Carbonate street. Tonus cash 81"i(>,
b&laticu easy t'-rins.
lfl:.'0���A four roomed house on C.I'.R.
laud, between Cedar and Park   street.
822.50���Six roomed house on corner
lots on Front street. All modern
818,���Five roomful house on corner
of Btanley and Observatory streets,
.lust reoalsomioed, Modern conveniences.
$12. ��� Four roomed cottage on Stanley street, close to Observatory.
For Stylish Up-to-Date Hats
go to
Opera House Block
Tourist Sleeper Service
i*~��  4  aT��"T>       Lt, Duuruore Junc-
r AN I      daily
__-tr_._J A        Ly   Kootenay  Ldg,
Tuesday and Friday, St. Paul, Toronto
Montreal and Boston.
Leave Revelstoke
daily, Vancouver,
Seattle Ooast.
Home Seekers' Westbound
Excursions, March i to
April 30.
Through bookings to Kurope, via all
Atlautic Line
Prepaid tickets from all points lit
lowest rates
For berths, time tables, rates and full
information apply to Oity Ticket olliee
City  Agent.  Nelson
J. S. Oaiiter, E. '. Coylk
Dis. Pans. Agt. A. Q. P. A.
Nelson VancrnTe
J. 0. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc,
Late of Geological Survey of Cnr-
ada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker strce Nelson. B C
Graduate in Vocal and Instrumental
Music, is prepared to receive pupils in
Voice Culture, and Piano. Latest Conservatory Methods taught. For further
particulars apply at Studio room ">, McDonald Block, Corner Josephine and
Voiuon Streets.
Certificate of Improvements
Armour Plate Mineral Claims situat"
in the Nelson Mining Division of
WeHt Kootenay District.
Where located : Ou Mineral Mountain,
near Erie, B. U.
Take notice that I, J. I). Andersor, P,
L.S., of Trail, B.C., agent foi It. Dalby
Morkill, Esq., Free Miner's Certificate
No. B. 60149, intend, sixty days irom
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certilicate of Improvements' for the purpose of obtaiuiug a
Crown Grant, of the above claim.
And further take notice that action
under section 117. must lie commenced
before the issuance of such Certilicate
of Improvements.
Dated this 25th day of March. A. D.,
1002. J D. ANDERSON.
Dominion   and   Provincial   Land
Surveys of mines, ininei'iil claims, crown
lands, crown  grants obtained  and as-
sessuients managed for absentees.
Certificate of Improvements
Catherii e Mineral Claim, sitnate in
the Nelson Miuing Division of West
Kootenay District.
Wuer��   located���Ono mile enst of N.
& IT, 8. Railway, adjoining tbe Bob'n
Hood mineral claim.
TAKE NOTIOE that I, Francis J.
O'Reilly, agent for K. K Hedley, Free
Miner's Certilicate No. B60S78, the Dun-
Duncan Mines, Limited, I Foreign)
Free Miner's Certilicate No. B60M8
intend, sixty days frum the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Kecorder for a certificate of Improvement*,
for the purpose of obtaining 11 Ciown
(Irani of the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under sectiou HI, iniiHt be commenced
llefore tho issuance of anch certillcnte of
Dated tbis 12th day of Febrnnry, A.
D.. 1902.
Certificates of Improvements
King Alfred and King Solomon
Mineral Claims, situate in the Nelson
Mining Division of West Kootenay Dis-
t riot.
Where located���On Iron Mountain,
about 6 milis from tho mouth of the
Smith Fork of the Salmon River.
TAKE NOTICE thai I, Fronds J.
O'Reilly, of Nelson, B. C, as agent for
F, W. Lewi", of Indianapolis Ind,,
1'. S. A,: Free M net's Certificate
No. 2610, intend, sixty days from iho
dale hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for certificates of improvements
for the purpose of obtaining Crown
Grants ot the above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 87, must be commenced
before the issminceof such certiiicates of
Hated tllis Kith diy of November,
Tu A. If, Pisoher <>r bo uny
person or perSOUS to whom bo mny
bave transferred his lot-erest in tho Manila and Silver Queen Mineral Claims,
situated nt the head <>i Midge Greek.
Euskanook Mining District,West Kootenay.
Vou and oach of yon are hereby notified thiii I bave expended one hundred
Bltd Uiirly-thtoe   ilolhu-H   in   lahor and
improvements upon the above men-
tiuia"l mineral claimi iu radar to hold
���aid mineral olaimi nnder the provia*
ions cf the Mineral Act, nnd if within
ninety days of the date of lids notice
yon fnil(,r refuse to contribute yonr por**
lion of sucb expenditure together with
nil costs of BtlveitifduK. your Interest in
Haiti olaims will become the property of
the subscriber nnder seotion 4 of an Act
entitled "An Act to Amend tne Mineral
Act. i.hio.
Hated this 10th day of February, it-*' Nklson Uaiu Minhr Safurdw, April 19, 1901
Our lif-ht, roomy  s:ile room gives
ample lacilities lor inspection.
Samples mailed to out of town customers.
Booksellers, Stationers
Show Koom for Mason A Risch pianos
A son was Horn to tho wife of John
MePhail, on Thursday night.
F. J, Finucano, manager of the
liank of Montreal, at Groenwood, is a
guest at tlm Phnir.
L, li. Tin Velier, manager of the
Hank of Montroal, at Now Denver, is
a guest at the Phair.
Mrs. S. S. Taylor loft for Vancouver
on Thursday evening and will be
away for abmt ten days.
Children's Dresses in White and
Colored at Kerr and Co.'s
George W. Ilughcs, manager and
one of the chief owners of tbe Sunset
mine. Alamo camp, is a guest at the
W, L. Gaz/.am, insurance adjuster
of Seattle, who has been hero adjusting the loss on the fire in Mr. Rolfe'S
house, left for Seattle yesterday.
Call up 33 if yon riant furniture
or pianos moved.���West  Transfer Co.
The steamer International yosterday
brought in one car of Whitewater ore
for the Trail smelter and one car of
tbe Rambler-Cariboo ore for the Selby
smelter at San Francisco.
White Underwear for Children at
Korr and Co.'s.
Owing to the illness of Mr. Justice
Drake ami tho absence of Mr. Justice
Walkem, whose wile is ill, a number
of the appeals that were to have been
heard in Vancouver this week will uot
be heard till Monday next.
Messrs. Ebbs and Leckie, delegates
from Nelson to tho -Labor convention
at Kamloops, returned to tho city on
Thursday evening, J. Coxhead, who
was also a delegate from NelsoD went
to the Okanogan io spend a woek witb
his sons at Okanagan landing.
Special Values iu Parasols at Kerr
and Co.'s.
Tomorrow at Emmanuel Congregational chnroh, Rev. Wm. Munroe will
preach at both services. In tbe evening a young peoples' service will be
held with special music. The subject
of the sermon will be The Two Sons.
A cordial invitation is extended to
The work of installing the electric
plant for the Hall Mines smoltei has
been completed and now all the
machinery in tbe smelter is operated
by that powor with tbe exception of
one hlower, and that will be in a
short timo. Power is supplied by the
West Kootenay Light and Power company's plant at Bounington Falls.
In Order to Bring on Sleey
When people are kept awake by
ooffeo drinking and get into a ner-
, vous condition from it, the try all
sorts of ways to overcome the trouble
but generaly endeavor to Slick to
A lady says in part of a long letter:
"The only way I could get any sleep
at all, at that time, was by walking
at night in the yard until I got so
tired I would (all asleep as soon as I
touched the bod, but after a little 1
would commence rolling around and
could not lie still or sit in ono place
or any length of time.
I lieoame des^'mdeiit and unhappy.
My stomach was all out uf order and
mv nerves absolutely broken down.
One day a lady friend when calling
said, 'My dear, I believe it is eolt'ee
that makes you so sick and nervous.'
I replied 'I dont believe coffee hurts
anyone. My physician knows that I
use coffee and he has never said anything about its being huitful' She
replied, '1 can't help thut, they did
not toll me either but 1 found out
myself when 1 quit coffee and began
to use I'ostum that I got well.'
I will never forget that October
evening tbree years ago, whon I hnd
my flrst cup of Postum. It was mado
right, and tasted, oh, so good. In
loss than a week I oould see a considerable improvement and tho second
month 1 was well and happy and
peaceful again. 1 have kept so ever
since nnd am now the plcturo of
health and do lots of bnrd work when
I want to." Name given hy Postum
Co., Uatlle Creek, Mich.
Dandruff and
Falling Hair vanish
before the magic touch of
Newbro's Herpicide, the
latest scientific discovery.
It kills the dandruff germs.
Destroy the cause, you remove the effect. Kill the
dandruff germ, and your
hair will grow abundantly.
St. ASTnouT,lDAno, Pec. n, 'W.
Herpicide does all Hint you clulm for It.  It
hits cleaned my head from dandruff, and left
my hair Qneand Holt. ObakgcM-Cbouhbb.
For Sale at all First-Class Drug Stores.
Word was received from Vancouver
yesterday that in the case of Poison
vs. lieaman judgment has been given
for the appellant. In the case of
Covert and Pettijuhn judgment had
been reserved.
Byron C. Riblet has just placed with
R. A. C. MeNally, agent for the
James Cooper Manufacturing com
pany, the largest order for wiie rope
that has ever heen given from the
provinoe. The quantity is 70.000
feet, or a weight of 40 tons. This
rope is to be used for the aerial tram
way Mr. Riblet is constructing for the
Tyee Copper company, on Vancouver
Phonograph Records���Morley and
At the regular meeting of the
Socialist local,on Sunday next, in the
Miners' union hall, the returned delegates will report on tho proceedings
of the Kamloops Labor convention
This will be the only opportunity the
general public will have of hearing
full reports of convention pioceedings,
and a cordial invitation is extended to
all interested, especially lauies, as the
Woman's suffrage was fully discussed
at Kamloops, aud the details will be
accurately reported. Discussion begins
at .1.30 prompt.
Curling Irons���Morley and Laing
At the record office yesterday the
following locations were entered Fan
Tan, on Wild Horse creek by Frank
McGinn ; Bodie, about 77 miles west
of Nelson,by William Moore and Harvey Rippen; Sapphire, on Bird creek,
by William Moore; Waverley, and
Yellow Dog, on road between Eagle
and Sandy creeks, by J. H. McKanus.
Certificates of work were granted to
George Davis on Beaver King, and
Gem mineral claims to D.K. Morrison
on May, and to Fred Irvine on Elk-
Toilet Paper���Morley and Laing.
The large attendance at tho funeral
of the late Mrs.James yesterday afternoon testified to tbe bigh esteem in
which she was held, as did also the
numerous floral tributes that had been
placed on the coffin. Tha members
of the local lodge L. T. B. attended in
a body. Tbe services were held in
tbo Congregational church and were
conducted by Hev W. Muuroe, of
which church she was an active mem
ber. Mr. James and his son wish to
extend their thanks for the many
kindnesses they have received from
their friends in tbeir sad bereavement.
Tbe regular weekly shoot 'of the
Nelson Gun club will take place on
Saturday afternoon at 2 p. m, sharp.
The firRt event to come off will bo tho
Patenauue Handicap cup contest at 25
bluo rocks. Sweepstakes will follow.
In the cup event, the nanilieappiug
will bo as follows: J. Fred Hume (i,
Geo. Tierney 4, Geo. Steele scratch,
L. H. Ward (3, Frank Ward 8, H. W.
F. Pollock 4, J. R. Hunter li, C. W.
Husk 0, C. H. McLachlan fl, Jas. Wallace 4, Capt. Gore 0, Dr. Armstrong (!,
C. D. Goepel scratch, Geo. Kurtz (I,
Geo. Thurman 10, Jas. Gilker 8,
Jasper Phair scratch, The three nigh
guns will receive prizes,
J. Kirkpatriek received a lettor
yesterday from J, Q, Bunyan, who in
working on the erection of a tramway
iu Wyoming. The letter gives an interesting account of the work and
concludes witb an account of a gold
discovery that the camp was just recovering from. It appears that in
sinking a well oue of the mon became
impressed with the idea that thero
might be some gold in the sand at
the bottom, and announced his intention of trying a fow pans. Bunyan
had a Bmall botlle with somo gold
dust from Forty-Nine creek, near
Nelson, aud sprinkled it in the sand
at the place where he knew the other
would try, with the result that great
excitement reigned for several days at
the namp and all mado preparations to
go into gold digging tbeie on a grand
scale. Before any expense was in-
ouried by anyone, however, he gave
the snap away.and since has had hard
time making his peace with some of
tho men who had seen their golden
dreams provo to be rainbows.
A. Dyer, of Rossland, is at the
F. J. Deane, uf the Kamloops Sentinel is al thc llu me.
Peter Porter arrived in town last
night from (ira-d Forks. He is at thc
Hume and is en route for Spokane.
A small force of men were startod at
work on tbo Nelson-Granite road yesterday fixing up the plaoes that had
beeu damaged during thc winter.
Madden���R. B. Ennif, 4l)-Creek :   A.
J. Campbell, St. Paul.
Queen's���Miss Graham, Procter;
Mrs. K. Smith, Renfrew; P. McLean,
Bartlett ���B, Boquest. Trail; R. Roy,
Rossland; W. Hill, S. Thoma",
Tremont���M.Thompson. Kaslo; Geo.
W. Evans, John Moriarity, Nelson,
l'hair���-P. Welch, George Williams,
Spokane; G W. Hughes, Alamo; J.
II. Moran and wife. Miss M. G. McDonald, Now Denver; W. Carss,
Orillia; Lee Coombs, Rossland; Thos.
Tackhouse. Winnipeg ; A. C. Feather-
west, St. Louis; L, B. do Vcber, New
Denver ; S. F. Parish, Greenwood ; F.
W.f,Sterling, Toronto j J. C. Williams,
Hume���C. A. Cornwall. Bonnington
Falls; W. Davis, Rossland; A. Stil-
well. Toronto; A. S. Thompson, D.
McLeod, J. MoLeod, Winnipeg; A.
Bancroft, E. W. Bollingsworth,
Spokane; W. II. Lewis, Vancouver;
MrB. W. Vermlyoa, Nanaimo; F. J.
Deane, Kamloops; A. Dyer, Rossland;
T. A. Leeuiing, Kamloops; F, J.
FieldB, Montreal; P. Porter, Spokane.
Grand Central��� R. Evans, Ainsworth; J. Bremner Calgary; G. D.
McLennan. Sndon ; J. Fleming, Creston; H. Jamieson, Erie; ,T. Peterson,
Nortphort; H. P, Munz, D. A. Rye,
Seattle; J. J. Roots.- Ymir; A. L,
Moore, San Francisco; E H. Gunn.
Dallas; A. McDougall, Ymir; G. F.
Dougherty, W. Keene, C. Rowland,
Greenwood ; W. Rogers, W. L. Tuck-
ton, Phoenix; A. Parr, Kamloops.
Riverside Nurseries, Grand Forks,
can supply you with Al shrub and
trees for that yard.
All kinds of express work, coal and
wood.���West Transfer Co. Telephone
Garden Hose, Cotton and Rubber;
guaranteed to ^300-lbs. pressure, at
McLachlan Bros.
Al Subject  J-'or  Remarks.
The new Wall Papers attract favorable attention. Thoy ieffect good
taste in colors as well as in pattern,
and people of taste cemmend them.
Thev have an air of elegance and are
most durable in quality. Investment
in such Wall Paper is a paying investment, before placing your order, it
will pay you to see onr new designs,
and get our prices.
F. J. Bradley & CO.
Sign Fainting ami Picture Framing
a Specially.
Our New Stock is now open,
i Very Fine lane of
The Prices Will Suit the
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
We are leaving our present premises on May ist and the balance of the Stock left at that date we are Moving to Ontario consequently everybody buying from us can depend on getting Big Bargains, for
the less goods we have on hand the less freight money we will have to pay out.
The stock consists of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gent's Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes.
This is an opportunity to purchase goods at less than   Eastern   Prices.    Come
and see for yourselves.
My Residence and 2 Lots on Carbonate Street is For Sale at a Bargain.
It Is! Always .Something New and
and in the Latest and Most
Correct Fashion-
The remarks we hear every day about
onr New Jewelry, must be so for we
bave great demand for it at prices that
suit nil pnrsns.   See for yourself.
Patenaude .Bros.
Baker St.
Nelson. B. c.
Fred Irvine 8 Co.
And now about our Dress Goods Department,
We Have a Beautiful Range of 5$
Ladies' Suitings
iu Blaek llroadoloths, Muck, Blue and Red Serges, Cashmere all colors
Striped Flannels, Woollen Crepe de Chine, in all fashionable shadeB.
Something to suit everyone,
Id summer goods we have a fine rnuge of Colored and Plain Dimities,
Flowered and Striped Organdies. Striped Muslins,   Victoria, Bishops,
and Persian Lawns, Striped Grenadine Muslins,    High class Dry
Goods in all lines,
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always Id
We carry a complete stock of Coast Flooring
Colling, IiiHido Finish, Turned Work, Sash and
Doors. Spocial order work will receive piomui
attention:  Mall orders solicited.
Porto BicoLumber Co.,
Head Offloe���flondrvx and Vernon .0., Nelson
NELSON LODGK    No. 23, A. F. &
M. moeta socond Wednesday In
month,   Visiting brethorn welcome
For domestic or steam use.
A full   supply always  or
Rates to  all railway and
lake points
General Agent
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors   wes'
C.P.R. offices.
To Whom it May Concern :
Tnke Notice that two months after
date, I, John Hninilton, intend io apply
to tbe Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purehaso forty (40) a-res of land
for a quarry, which may be described
as follows :
Commencing at a post plnnted on the
Southern Boundary ot the right of way
of tbe Columbia and Kootenay Railway
aud situated about four thousand (4oil0)
feet north-westerly from tlie North-
West corner of Lot 08, Group 1,
Kootenay District; thence West two
hundred (201)) feet; thence South twelve
bundrpd and fifty (125(1) feet; tbeuce
Enst two thousand (21)00) feet; thence
North-Westerly, following the Southwestern boundary of the Columbia and
Kootenay Railway right of way two
thousand seven hundred and thirty
(2730) feet, more or less, to point of
commencement, and containing forty
(4(1) acres, more ov less.
Dated at Nelson this 15th dav of
April, A. D. 1002. '
I. O. O. F. Kootonay Lodge
No. HJ, meets overy Monday night,
at  their Hall, Kootonay stroot
Sojourning Odd Fellows oordlally Invited.
VV. H. Smith. N. O.; G. F. Motion, V. G.; A
Ijoughurst, Hoc. Soc,
Nelson Uoyal Arch Chapter No. 123, G. R. C.
Moots third Wednesday. Sojourning compan
ions invitod. George Johnstone. _, '!_ J.
Sims,   S.   .
NKLSON LODGE No.25, K. of P.
...moots in i_. ot P. hall, Oddfellows blook
^ovoryTuesday ovoning at 8 o'clock.
All visiting knights cordially Invite
Wm. Irvine, C.C.
IIrim Stkvbnb, K. of K. and S.
Nolson Knca pment No. 7. Meets every 2nd
and 4th Friday of each month, in Odd Fellows
Hall, cornor Baker and Kootonay stroots,
Nolaon. A. II. Clomonts, C. P.; D. McArthu.-
R. S.  Visiting brothers always welnnnx*.
Kootenay Railway  and Na
Company, Ltd.
Shortest and quickest routo to tho oawt und i.
points on ^he O, H. Sc N. nnil Northern I'*
ciflo Railways In Washington, Oi-okoh and
Southern States.
Time Card Effective Nov. 10. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
8:30 a. m. Lv.
10:65 p.m. Ar,
Ar. 1:00 p
Lv. 1:15 ii.
Int Nav- & Trading Oo
0:00 p. m. Lv. Nelson Ar. 10:110 a. in.
9:10 p, in. Ari Kaslo Lv. 7:00 u. tn
Connecting at Five Mile Point with Nulwon
_ Fort Hhoppard Railway both to anil from
Rossland, olo.
Tickets sold to all parte ln United Stale- nnd
Canada via Great Northern and O. it. :. N'
i 'o. V lines.
Ocean steamship tickets and rates vi  a
linos will be f urnlsliod on application.
For further particulars call on or adtlrons
Manager. KnRln.fi, 0
G, K. THOKABURV.  Attend. Nelson  R. (1
Certifioate of Improvements
Farnham Mineral claim situate in
tbe Nelson Mining Division of ""vest
Kootenav District.
Where located���Near the Ymir Minn
TAKE NOTICE tbat I, Kenneth 1���
Burnet, agent [or John Dean, F.M.C. No,
B30926 and Martin Salmon, F. M. 0.
No. B560SI), intend, Bixty dnys from tbo
date hereof, to apply lo the Mining Kecorder for a certificate of improvements
for tho purpose of obtaining a Crowu
Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice thnt action,
under section 37, must be oommenced
before the issuance of snch cert i Bcate ol
Dated this 10th dny of April, A. I).
NELSON L. O. L. No. 1692 moots in Fraternity Hall on first and third Friday evenings
of oach month at 8 o'clock. Visiting member
cordially invitod. W. W. Bradley, W. K.
A, Minty, R. S.
NKLSON AERIE No. 22, F. O. E��� meotf
every sooond and fourth Wednesdays of eaofc
month. Visiting members oordially invlt
Charles Prosser, Secretary.
Kootonay Tont No. 7, K. O. T. M��� hold tholi
regular meetings 2nd and 1th Thursday of eaot
n.on! h. Visiting brethren cordially invitod U
attend. G. A. Brown  R. K.; Dr. Rose, Com'
1st and 3rd Wodnesday ovonlngs ol
eaoh month at Fiaternlty null
corner of Bakor aud KooUnuj
streets. Visiting brothern oordially Invited.
Edward Maolrod. Socrotnrv.
Nelson Court Star of Kootenay, A. O. F
Moots 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in every
Month. Visiting brothron wolcomo. V* Mac
Milllan, C. V.; Herbert MoLood Soc
COURT KOOTENAY, I. O. P., No. 31311.
Meetings 4th Thursday of month. Fraternal
hall, J A Irving C R.   P. H. Fleming. R.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage
Apply to Q. L. LENNOX. Bak��t It.
Certiiicates of Improvements
Queen, Niagara, Lewistou, ami Bur-
lington (Fractional), mineral claims
situate inthe f.elson Miniug Division of
West Kootenay District.
Where located��� On Wolf Oreek, a
branch of Sheep Creek, whicb is a ribu-
tary of Salmon River.
Take Notice that I, William Waldie,
F. M. 0. B606B6, for myself nud ns agnnt
for Johu A. Turner. F. M. O. B50150,
and Michael Scully, Free Min' r's Oarti-
ficate No. B50000, intend HO days
from tbe date hereof, to apply to tlie
Miuing Recorder for certiiicates of
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the abow
And further take notice tbat action,
under seotion !!7 must bo commenced
before the issuauoe of snch Certificates
of Improvements.
Dated this 18th day of February,
A. D. 1902.
Certificate of Improvements
Allen Mineral Olaim situato in tbe
Nel ion Miniug Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located-On the divide between Sheep and Lost Creeks, 10 tniH'B
iron Salmon Siding
T&KE NOTIOE that I, N. F. Townn-
end, acting as agent for J. W, 'rhoiiip-
eon. FreeMmer'BCertillciiteNo.I't-,l!,/;
intend sixty days from the-unto bereol
to apply to the Miuiug Recorder for a
certificate of improvements for the purposo of obtaining a Crown Grant ot tli"
above olaim.
And further take notico tbat action
nnder section 37, must be oommoncett
before the issuance of suoh certificate ol
Dated this 2nd day of November, A.
D��� 1901 N. F. TOWNSEM).
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
About that second-hand article o
yours. You'll sell it If you'll ��dvw
tine It In The Miner want eolumv
Certificate of Improvements
Drum Lommon Mineral Claim, situate in the Nelsor Miuing Division ��
West Kootenay Dis'.riot. .
Where looated : On Craig Mountain,
Take notice that I, J. D. Anderson,
P, L. S., of Trail, B. 0., Bgeutfoi
P. ' Bums, Free Minei's Oertltt-
eate No. BB0D:.'S, intend, sixty
days from the dnte hereof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for u Uer-
tiflonte of Improvements, for lhe purpose of obtaining a Orown Grant oi Uio
above claim. .
And further take notice tbat action,
under seotiou Hl_ must be oommjncea
before the issuance of such Oertincaw
of Improvements. ���i,,���i,
Dated this 14th day, of March
A  D. 1902. T. n. ANDERSON
Take 1-axatlvo Bromo QHljlne 'l'"1'10'*
dniKgists refund the rooniy if It OP"
E. W. Grove's signature in on each uox,
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