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Provincial Llbrtry 131 ������
Daily Edition No. 1258
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Wednesday,   February 5,  1902
Eleventh  Year
Premier Ross to Submit the
Manitoba Act to the
British Columbia  Druggists
Wish to Practice In
Toronto, Feb. 4.���The council ot
the Ontario College of Pharmacy thi*
morning discussed the request from
llritish Columbia that diplomas of
that province be recognized in
Ontario. It is likely tbat the request
will ho granted.
A special cable despatch from London to the Ulobe says that Mr. Chamberlain will meet a deputation which
dusires government assistance in removing * Welsh settlement in Patagonia to Canada.
It was stated tooay that th; Ross
government would submit the Manitoba prohibition aot to the electors of
Ontario, simply saying: Here iB the
act which has bsen favorably passed
upon by the Privy counoil. Ii is for
you to say whether it shall be placed
upon the statute books or not. It is
Baid that the government will insist
upon at least a three-fifths vote in its
F. R. Merritt, of St. Catherines,
today was elected President of ths
Imperial Bank in succession of the
late B. S. Howland. U. R. Wilike.ln
addition to being general manager
becomes vice-president.
Gives   Op   Government    Position
Organize the Oonservatives.
Winnipeg, Feb. 4.���Benjamin
Mighton, of Rathwell, was killed this
afternoon while dnving to the village
with grain. Be had evidently fallen
from his wagon, a wheel of whioh
passed uver his neck breaking it. The
body was found shortly afterwards by
a neighbor.
Hon. Mr. Rogers announces that W.
H. Hastings bas resigned the position
of district registrar of land titles at
lloissevain and will resume his duties
as Conservative organizer for the
Trains in Vioinity of Buffalo Again
Snowed Up.
Buffalo, Feb. 4.���Just when railway
men were beginning to get their
trains moving with some regulariiity,
the storm which lias prevailed intermittently since Sunday struck the city
tonight with redoubled fury with tho
thermometer near the zero mark and
the wind blowing a gale. Malls from
east and west are from one to three
hours late.
them j if tbey cannot it will   go to the
widow as the heir of the son.
Damages   Given     Because   Passenger
Was Assaulted on Train.
Toronto, Feb. 4.���The jury in the
winter assizes awarded T. J. Blain,
ban ii.tcr.of Rrampton, $3,000 damages
in the suit against tbe Canadian
Pacific. The hearing was finished
about .'i o'clock and the verdict was
reported to the court three hours
later. Blain was a passenger on a
special train from Toronto to Brampton on the evening of October 10th
last, having been in Toronto to attend
tbe demonstration in honor of tho
Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and
York. On three different occasions
on the trip he was assaulted by
Richard Anthony, of Brampton, wbo
seemed to have a grievance against
him, The first took place at the Union
station here; the second shortly after
tbe train passed Toronto-Jucntiun
and the third near citreetsville. After
tbe first assault Blain drew the attention of the conductor of the train to
Anthony's presonco and asked for
protection. Be repeated tho request at
Parkdale station, but there wus no interference with Anthony on tho part
of any of the company's officials.
Blain claimed unstated damages
from the company because of their
alleged negligence in failing to extend to him due protection while be
was a passenger on oue of their
trains. He also claims that be bas
been afflicted with deafness sin jo he
was assaulted, and tbis was chiefly
due to blows on the head received
from Anthony. Uo claimed his doctor
had ordered him to give up business
for six months, and to go away for bis
health. For this he demanded remuneration. Anthony lias since been
tried in the criminal court and has
been convicted of cooimon assault. He
is serving a two months' term in jail,
and has been bound over iu $2,000 to
keep the peace towards Blain for ono
year. Domestic difficulties wero the
alleged oause of Anthony's maltreatment of Blain. Chief Justice Faleon-
bridge tried the case.
Washington, Feb. 4.���Wallace
Downey, president of the Townsend-
Downey Shipbuilding company of
New York, which is building the
yacht Met��or for Emperor William,
was iu Washington today and talked
over witb Mr. Bill Hnd other officials,
the arrangements for the launching of
tlie Meteor and tbe reception of Prince
After he went to the White House
and discussed with the President that
psrt of the programme for the launching which directly ooncerns the presidential party. It was found tbat
owing to tho state of the work, the
arrangements could be of the most
general charaoter, lt is estimated bv
Mr. Downey that the launching stand
will hold about 500 people, tho presi-
dent.Miss Roosevelt and Prince Henry
having the places of distinction. In
the shipyard there is room for about
it,000 spectators, all of whom will bo
admitted by ticket.
Active  Preparations   Under
Way for Osaka Next
Foreign Golony Await Eagerly a Defaulter's Return,
Exhibitors So Anxious They
Will Build for Themselves.
Montreal,   Feb.   4.���An   interesting
esse will come up in a   few   days  for
decision in  court.     Rev. John  JoneB
died having an estate of  (95,000.     A
Perished in the Snows of Madawaskl
Lake in Sunday's Storm.
Malono, N. Y., Feb. 4.���William
Martin, the well known Adirondack
guide, lost his life iu the great storm
of Sunday .night. In company with
Edward Rork, Martin started from
McColiom's on Sunday morning to go
to Madawaskl,a distanoe of five miles,
intending to return on Monday. Aftoi
the men reaching the destination Rork
was taken seriously ill amd the two
men found shelter in an old camp.
Martin started back ta McColiom's for
help. About tbis time thc storm was
raging furiously and he evidently bst
the track. The men not returning on
Monday, searchers headed by McCarthy started out on Tuesday in
search of them. The searchers found
Rork trying to work his way through
snow three feet deep, but greatly exhausted, and with teet and hands
badly frozen. Maitin's body was
found on Lake Madawaskl completely
buried in snow,
Canadian Northern Has Strong Allies
Among New York Capitalists.
Ottawa, Feb. 4.���The purchase of
tlie Canada Atlantic system by the
New York Central and Rutland systems will mean a great deal to Western Canada, from what can bo learned
today. The Canada Atlantio may become thc basis of a second transcontinental line in opposition to tho Canadian Pacific One of the leading
officials of the Canada Atlanito railway pointed out today that the line
will in all. probability bo extended
from Parry Sound to Sudbury, the
charter for which is now held by
Messrs. MauKenzie and Mann. Ex-
Ald. Poulin, of Dttawa, is now work
ing on tlie commencement of tho line
from Depot Harbor. Tho prospective
line will run from Depot Harbor to
Sudbury, where it will connect with
tho Clergue system for Port Arthur.
This would join the Canadian Northern from Winnipeg, and eventually
with tlie proposed llill system from
Wintipeg west to the coast.
It is generally believed by tlie leading railway men interested in the
present deal that the outcome of the
purchase of the Canada Atlantic Hail-
Tokio, Jau. 24., Via Victoria, Feb.
4.���Ihe great national industrial exhibition which the Imperial government of Japan will hold at Osaka in
1903, iB.atracting much attention. It
is reported that although the limit
within which applications for space
must be filed, has been officially set at
June 30th, 191):;, the applications from
the United States and Eflrore already
aggregate more than the estimated
space allotted and private individuals
have offered to put up theii own
buildings in order to exhibit
machinery. The occasion will be
made the most of by foreign nations
to introduce modern methods, among
the Japanese who are just at tho
stage when they are ready to adopt
new ideas. The competition will be
between the United States and Great
Second Round Begun in the Grand
Monte Carlo, Feb. 4.���This morning
tbe chess experts engaged in tbe
second round of the international
tournament and as round 18 of the
Berger tables guided the pairing, the
players were placed in tbe following
order: Marshall vs. Tarrasch, Wolf
Vs. Pillsbury, Mieses vs. Albin,
Schlechter vs. Peggio, Janowski vs.
Mortimer, Popiel vs. Yeiehmann,
Napier vs. Gunsberg, Eisenberg vs.
Marco and Scbove vs. Mason. Tschi-
gorin and Maroczy had byeo.
The following results had been
recorded when the first adjournment
was mado at 1 o'clock thiB afternoon:
Mieses bad beaten Albin and Sobeve
had beaten Mason, while Pillsbury
had drawn with Wolf. All the other
games remained unfinished.
In the afternoon sitting the rest of
the games were all decided. Marshall
managed to get a winning position
and Tarrasch had finally to resign;
Schlechter, as was anticipated, beat
Peggio, Janowski was counted easily
for Mortimer, as was Teiohmann for
Popiel. Napier on the other hand
made a slip and finally lost to Gunsberg, while Marcozy came out victorious against Eisenberg.
Pioneer Editor Dead.���Pugilists of Note ln Japan.
Geo. Corbin Contradicts Col, Leo's
Statement in Imperial House.
Washington, Feb. 4.���Adjutant-
General Corbin WaB questioned today
in regard to Col. Lee's statement in
parliament about having been offered
the services of the chief borso expert
of tbe United Slates army in securing
horses In the United States for South
Africa and said that this was tho first
that he (Corbin) had heard of it.
What ho did know, as a fact, was that
there had been no ocrrespondence on
the part of tbe adjutant-general's
oflice with Col Lee, or any one else to
warrant the statement that the United
States has assisted the British operations in South Africa by the shipment
of horseB or any other way. Moreover, General Cobrln said he did not
know what waB meant by the expression "chief horse expert" there being
no such offlco in tha United States
short    tiroe   after    bis   decease   hii     	
widow gave birth to a son who died way will be an amalgamation of the
within six hours alter birth. Rela- New York Central, Clergue, MacKen-
tivoa of Mr. Jones claim that the'zie and Maun, and Hill interests,
child was still born. If they can \ which will be an organization of improve tbis  faot the money will go to'menae strength.
Senato Committco on Marine Resent
Canadian Inspection Duos,
Washington, Feb. 4,���The house
committee on merchant marine and
flshorles today reported the Senate
bill cquallizing the inspection fees
and privileges of|foreign ships entering United States ports with liko fees
and privileges fixed hy tho countries
lrom which these vessels come. Tho
bill applies more particularly to Canada whbh charges certain inspection
fees to Amerioan vcbsoIs, whereas,
Canadian vessels heretofore have paid
no such fee in American port.
Yokohama, Jan. 24, via Victoira,
Feb. 4.���There was innch expectation
here over the arrival of the Shinauo
Maru, a steamer belonging to the
Nippon Yusen Kaisha, from Seattle.
It was understood that she was bringing back F. S. Mayer, who is wanted
here on a charge of forgery. Mayei,
who is a Chicago man,, lived here
some years nnd married a beautiful
Eurasian girl by whom he bas two
children. He is a bright young fellow
and threw himself into several enterprises, amiiDg them being the business
managership of a foreign loual paper
and the secretaryship of a steam laundry company. Mayer lived at a gcod
pace, in the meantime speculating,and
circumstances led to the proprietor of
the local paper having the books ex-
pertod, when it was found that Mayer
had taken liberties with the funds in
his control to suoh an extent as to
render himself liable to penal servitude. Personal considerations, however, effected a compromise, Mayer
giving some collateral for his indebtedness and the newspaper proprietor
refraining trom prosecution. Then ii
was announced that Mayer was returning to Amerioan with his family
and;, they duly sailed. They had
hardly reaohed America, however,
when it was discovered that as secretary of tne laundry company, bo had
manipulated tho shares so as, it is
charged, to obtain some thousands of
dollars from the Russo Chinese bank.
The latter put the cable to work and
was soon informed that Mayer had
been arrested in Minneapolis whence
he would be brought back to Yokohama on the arrival of exiradition
papers. Iu some way the rumor became prevalent that he was on the
Shinano Maru, the boat which, after
starting on her last trip from Seattle,
put back with her cargo on fire. Thia
was not the only bit of bad luck on
ber voyage, for as she was Hearing
Yokohama sho ran aground in a neavy
fog on a sandy spit nud stuck fast,
being only got oft in 24 hours after
discharging her cargo into lighters.
In the meantime it wns nscertalnd
thnt F. S, Mnyer was not on board, so
thnt public expectation, mingled with
much sypmathy for the wifo and
family, is still on the alert.
J. H. Brooke, an Englishman, proprietor nnd formerly editor of the
Jnpan Herald, the oldest foreign
newspaper in Yokoliamn, Cied recently at the age of 07, of pneumonia
and organic complications. He was
foremost in fighting treaty revision
and always maintained thnt Japan
was not nullum enough to be trusted
with foreign interests. His vigorous
pen was quite a feature of foreign
Japanese journalism. The destinies
ot the Herald nre now in tbe capable
minds of E. J. Harrison, a young
Canadian,well known in Victoria and
San Francisco.
The British ship Brilliant, tho
largest ship carrying the largest oil
cargo, 17.1,000 cases, consigned to the
Standarl Oil Co.'s branch here raced
the Acme, another oil ship, from New
York to tbls port, nnd arrived here on
the 51st inst. The Brilliant left Now
York July 29th and the Aome on
August 1st, but the Acme bas not appeared within tbe two days margin,
no that the Brilliant claims the honors
of the long ocean race.
An unfortunate incident occurred
here in connection with the visit of
Jack Slavin, a middleweight pugilist
from Australia, who is well known
in the United States and South Africa.
Slavin gave an exhibition, one of bis
opponents being a colored man named
E. F. Padmore. This man put up a
very tamo light and tho sports present
wero inclined to resent the easy way
Slavin lot him off. Nu evil results
of his bout were apparent to bim
after the contest but about midnight,
however, Padmore, who was attached
to Ihe United States bosnital corps
hero, sent for Mr. Slyck, ol the hospital,   saying that  his feet ware Oold
and numb and that his left side in
tbe vicinity of the heart was causing
much uneasiness. Dr. Taylor,attaobed
to the hospital, promptly attended
the patient acoompanied by two other
physicians, but they were unable to
render any effectual assistance and he
died at 1.80 a. m. The tbree doctors
who also witnessed the fight, held a
postmortem examination and stated
that death was the resnlt of what is
popularly termed athletu's heart.
The affair created a sensation but no
blame is attached to Slavin. The
latter is to fight William Lucifer,
the strong man and contortionist, for
a purse of 8500 and the gate money,
next week. J. McAuliffe, anothei
Australian pugilist, who bas been
several months in Shanghai, writes
that he will shortly visit Yokohama,
when more boxing bouts will be in
order, en route for Snn Francisco.
Jack Slavin claims to be a brother of
Slavin who was once a claimant of
the heavyweight championship iu tlie
United States.
Details    of     Terrible     Disaster
Eighteen American Soldiers.
Victoria, Feb. 4.���Manila papers received by tlie Empress today have
particulars of the recent attack by
bolo men, on a ,company of the 9th
infantry, in Samar, Tihich resulted in
the death of seven, of the 18 attacked,
and the wounding of eight others,
five seriously.
The detachment from company "B"
was struggling through a thicket near
Dundap Pueblo when a large band of
bolo men rushed upon them, having
been awaiting in ambush. The band
of Americans were surrounded by bolo
men and a bloody hand to hand combat ensued. The detachment clubbed
their rifles and standing baok to back,
they swung them at the heads of the
Several eventually managed to
bring thalr rifles into play and the
bolo men gradually fell away, leaving
the small force of Americans with but
lour of tbem unwounded. The bolo
men lost heavily. A detachment of
native soldiers, attracted by the sound
of the firing, hurried to the scene, but
arrived too late to take part In the
combat. It is bolicved that it was the
expected arrival of these reinforcements that caused the bolo men to retreat and saved the entire detachment
from annihilation.
Wll! Buy the Standard Pyrltlc
or  Build   a   New
Granby Works Resume.���To
Deflect the Canadian
Grand Forks, Feb. 4.���Ths repairs
to the water flume, having been com-
pletea, the Granby seuilter will resume smelting operations tomorrow.
A. C. Flummerfelt, assistant general manager of the Granby smelter,
returned today, after an extended stay
in New Yora and Montreal.
J. N. Greenshieids, K. C, of Montreal, a director of the Montreal-
Boston Copper Co., owning the Snnset
mine, Dcadwood camp, left today for
Victoria. Asked respecting the company's plans, he said it would either
purchase the pyrltic smelter at
Boundary Falls or erect its own reduction plant. All would depend upon
the report of H. O. Belllner, the Butte
expert, who will meet him in Victoria
on Thursday. On reaching the provincial capital, Mr. Greenshieids, as the
legal repieaentitive of Mann and
Mackenzie, will confer with the government regarding tbe proposition to
deflect the Canadian Northern, the
transcontnental road now building,by
a more southerly route in order to tip
the CariLoo country.
Manila, Feb. 4.���Tbe returns so far
received indicate tho election in most
cases of natives as governors of provinces. Capt. narry H. Bandholt of
the Second infantry defeated Major
Cornelius H. Gardner of the Thirteenth infantry, the present governor
of Tzarbara. The military men claim
that accepting elective offices will
necessitate resignation from the army.
Ogden, Utah, Feb. 4.���A fire followed by a terrific explosion at noon
today at the Rio Grande and Western
railway Pintsch gas works caused the
injury of five men. Ten tanks of gas
exploded and the shock was felt all
over the city, causing great excitement. Ail telegraph wires in the
vioinity wero torn down for a distance of 500 feet. The origin of tbe
fire is unknown.
Mrs. Soffel Dees Not Wish to Be Tried
Opposite Her Foimur Home.
Butler, Pa., Feb. 4.���Realizing that
she has ruined her husband, Mrs.
Soffel does not wish to bring further
disgiace and humiliation upon him.
In tears and with piteous pleadings
she made this request to Assistant District Attorney Robb, of Alleghany
county, in the hospital here today.
She said she would go anywhere to
have the punishment meted out to her
tor her disgraceful crime. She is
willing to meot any fate tho law may
plaoe upon her but does not want the
punishment administered in the court
house across the streot from her old
home. She begged and pleaded with
Mr. Robb foi almost two hours to
grant her this much. Sho begsea In
tbe name ot her husband, wbo is Mr.
Robb's friend, and told bim tbat hor
husband was in no way to blame for
her conduct. Mrs. Soffel told the
attorney tbat she was not a bad
0. P. R. to Carry Mails and Troops
From Atlantic to Hong Kong.
London, Feb. 4.���By the terms of
the live-year arrangement between tli
governmont and the C. P. R. for the
carrying of troops, malls and stores
monthly from Halifax, Quebec and
Montreal to Hong Kong, tho vessels of
the cumpany are liable to war service.
Tbo return ia a suoaidy of ��(!(),000, ol
which ��15,000 is contributed by the
Dominion. Tho company's mall
steamers aro to be constructed under
admiralty supervision, and provided
with gun platforms, so tbat they can
Be converted Into troopships or armed
crnisors at short notioe. Similar contacts have replaced tho old agreements with the trans-Atlautic and
Oriental shipping companies, so that
tho government obtains the pre-emption ol eighteen of the largest and
swiftest steamships, and thirty others
aro available without further subsidy.
London,    Feb.   4.���Lead   ��11
up Ss.
New York, Feb. 4.���Bar silver 55
l-8o. Copper, weak, 13c. Lead
steady, 14.10.
Whitney brothers, Lewis Grant, R.
W. Johnston and Ilnwke nnd Brenton
are figuring on a contract of putting
up 5,000 tons of ice for the C. P. K.
and for Cranbrook and local parties.
Providing they get it, it will be the
largest ice contract ever handled in
the Kootenays. As 5)000 tons of ice
iiienr.s 200 carloads the magnitude uf
tho contract can be realized. The ico
is now in excellent condition. It is
about 14 inches thick and as clear as
a crystal.
If tbe oontract is secured a day and
night shift will bu put to work immediately and about 20 men wiil be employed. There is not a placo in
Canada whute ic* can be put up tu
bettor advantage than on Moyie Lake.
Chicago, Feb. 4.���The Aberdeen-
AnguB helfur Hlack Cap Judy was
sold at auction nt Dexter park am phi
thoHtro, Union stock yards, today to
C. II. Gardner of Blandinsville, 111.,
for (0,300. This makes the female
record price of all breeds since 1H73, a
Shorthorn heifer selling for |0,000 in
Chicago on Dec. 5th last. The previous high record on an Angus was
T2, SOO.
London, Feb. 4.���Trath sayB that
Nasturtium, W. 0 Whitney's Derby
candidate, has boon coughing for tbe
past 10 days and thnt it is understood
that others nf tbe Heath House horses
aro similarly affected. Whon onco
tbis sort of thing starts, says Truth,
there Is no telling where it will end,
but It is hoped it will not run
through a stsble which now containi
many bigh class  horses.
. *n*r   ,v *    m.^fmi��_ Nelsos  Daily Miner,  Wednesday,  February 5, too?
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are   too   plain   to   deceive     even
With several companies operating |
the immense coal measures of the
Crow's Nest Pass in British Columbia
and Alberta, with enough coal there
to last a century, provided the entiro
North American continent demanded
it, the cry that there will be a shortage is too peurile to need oontrover
sion. The organs wiil, however, keep
it up, and hope to alarm the public
and the government to such an extent
that it will be able to secure for the C.
P.R.or un allied company the coal land
in the Crow's Nebt section whictt bas
been reserved by the government lor
the people. It has secured a monopoly
of everything tbat it could lay its
selfish hands on and it would now
like to obtain control of coal.
Alexandor Sc Co.. 521 First Avenue, Spokane
Wash., kocp thiB paper on Hie. and are our
authorized ageoUi for advertisements and nub-
The abovo Reward will be paid to
anyone giving evidence that will con
vlct persons of stealing The Miner from
our subscriber's doors.
As expected the Rossland Miner yes
terday contained the attack on the
Crow's Nest Southern railway and the
Crow'B Nest Coal company, which appeared in the Nelson Tribune of the
previous day. According to the
schedule of the former crusade the
same article should in turn be repro
duced iu the Vancouver Province, the
Trail Creek News and then in regular
rotation in tlie various organs that are
so strongly deovted to the interests
of the Canadian Pacifio railway
This article among ot er things
states that Paul Johnson, who is the
minager of the smelter at Greenwood,
is anxious to secure a reduction in the
price o! coke. This is very commendable in Mr. Johnson; Le is working
the interests of the company which he
represents and naturally desires to
operate the smelter as cheaply as pos-
Bible and to purchase his coke as well
bb the other supplies which he finds
necessary in operation of the plant for
as low a figure as he can. No sort
of fault can bu found with Mr. John
son for doing this. He should, however, be consistent and if he desires to
secure the coke for less than at present ne should ask the Canadian Pacific
railway company to give him a better
figure than tho very extoitionate one
which is charged by that corporation
for hauling eike from East Kootenay
to Greenwood. The prices charged by
the Crow's Nest Coal company for
coke and coal at Fernie are not large
when corapaied with the price of coal
and coke in the east and at the ooast
in Doth of which places the conditions
are more favoiable and the prices of
labor anil supplies cheaper than thoy
are in the Crow's Nest coal fields.
One reason tor the oxcessive cost of
Btipplies is tho exceedingly high
charges for baulago charged by the 0
P.R. for delivering them^to the several
coal companies operating in the pass.
If the railroad was satisfied to charge
a reasonable figure for the haulage of
supplies to this section, both from the
east and the west, it ia palpable that
the cost of the production of both coke
and coal would be considerably re
duced. If they would scale down the
haulage of coke aud coal to Nelson, to
Trail, to Grand Forks and to Green
wood the smelter men would be
enabled to secure fuel at a considerably lower figure than nt present.
It   is  as plain as a pikestaff, there
fore,   that   the   obtaining  of cheaper
fuel for the smelters lies,   entirely   it
the hands of the Canadian Pacifio rail
way nnd that Paul   Johnson   and   the
other smelter men should   petition the
officials     of   thnt   company   for    the
desired relief.      Doubtless,    if this  is
done tne price of crke may be reduced
a dollar or two lower than at present.
If ihe C. P. R. does not   reduce   the
price   of   haulage   it is very probable
that   Mr.    Hill    will when the Crow's
Nest line is   completed   to   Jennings.
Then the Grent Northern   can   delivor
coke, and coal at Nelson, Grand Forks
and   a   little   later on at Gieeuwood.
Tbo  Great   Northern   can   oven reach
Trail by   boat   from   Nortbport.   but
then the imelter at Trail is   owned by
people   closely   Identified with lhe C.
P.R., ano it wouln not ho able   to secure much patronage there.    The other
smelting points    however,  will   have
tho   benefits  of a comepitng lino running from the vast coal   fields  cf   the
Crow's Nest and doubtless the competition will bu of   help in lowering the
cost   of hnuInge and consequently the
price of coke nnd coal.     This   is one
cf the contingencies  which  the C.  P.
R.would like to prevent,but it is powerless to do so.    In its malice towards
its rival it is raising   the cry through
its  organs   thnt   H.   C. smelting   industry   is     threatened   and   that  tbe
building uf the Crow's Nest   Southern
will create a lainine   in coal and coke
in the Kootenays.      Its evident Intention on this false pretense is to induce
the   government   to   place nn   Import
duty   on    fnel   so as   to   cripple   tbe
Crow's Nest Southern.     The fallacies
and sophistries of tbe arguments  used
One of the dreams of chemists has
been the extraction of foodstuffs for
mankind direct from the earth without the intervention of seed time and
harvest. The life sustaining materials
in foodstuffs are in tbe soil and in
the air but it takes the magic of vegetable life ��o make it fit for consumption by man and animal kind. If a
direct method of extraction could ,be
found there would be no more plowing, sowing, reaping or threshing.
In France experiments have been in
progress for a long time in the direction of chemical foods. Prof. Berths lot, who has a high opinion of the
value of chemical foods, recently experimented with them on six volunteers, four of whom were men and
two women. They were given no
othor food^but chemical pellets for a
period of three weeks. These pellets
contained combinations of carbon,
azote and hydrogiene. During tbe
period that they consumed the pellets
the volunteers showed no distress.
Three of them lost flesh, the weight of
two remained stationary and one
actually gained in weight. Taking
this experiment in connection with
the iact that horses have recently been
fattened on mashes of sawdust it
would seem that the way had boen
opened for experiments along similar
lines which may lead in the end to
the time when mankind will live
entirely on chemical foods instead of
animal and vegetable foods. The
scientist who finally perfects the dis
eovery of cheap chemical foods will
havo done more for mankind tlmn all
previous discoverers. ne will virtually have removed from man the prim
eval curse that he must oarn his liv
ing by the sweat of his brow, as witb
chemical food, cheap and plenty, no
ono will need to work very hard to
obtain a living.
"Warlike Colonel Watterson advises that we occupy Canada when she
gets fractious," says tbe Milwaukee
Sentinel. "We tried it, Colonel, a
long, long time ago, when tbe popula
tions wero relatively the same. Our
school histories properly say very
little about what happened. Let us
not occupy ourselves with occupations; let us pray rather for our
young sister whenever she goes
The report of tho department of
Indian aaffirs for the year ending
Juno 30th has beeu issued. It shows
that for the year the Indian births
numbered 2,740 and deaths 2,240, bo
that the birth has exceeded the death
rate by 289. There was, as compared
with the provious twelve months, an
increase of 140 births, and a decrease
of !!17 deaths. Tho total Indian population is given as 00,527, which is a
gain of 517 over 1000.
Estimates of thu mineral production
of the United States, for the year
1H01 which have beon made by
the treasury bureau of statistics, reveal that it will exceed those of
th2 previous yesr. Not only are they
larger than for any other year, but nre
greater In nearly every case 'than that
of any other country. In pn1d, silver,
iron, steel, aud coal and in mineral
oil Ihe products of the United States
in 1��01 exceeded those of other
countries, except possibly copper, and
also beat any rccoid made in the
United States, in any previous year.
Tho estimates pleco the gold yield of
1��01 at 880,218,800, against $79,171,-
000 for tfce previous year, whieh was
the biggest yield of gold yet made up
to tbat time for tho United States.
The silver production of 1901 Is estimated 59,653,788 ounces, against 57,-
874,000 in 1900. The pig iron production is estimated at 15,MX),000 long
tons against 13,789,242 long tons in
1890. Thc coal production is estimated at 207,850,000 long tons ln
1901, against 240,905,917 long tuns in
1890. Of petroleum thc production Is
estimated at 2.772,000,000 gallons,
agaii.st 8,681,885,568 gallons in 1900,
which was the largest production up
to that date. Copper it is estimated
was produced to the extent of 2115.025
long tons oi about 5,000 less than in
1900. This is the only item oa the
list that showed a decrease.
The Hudson's Bay Stores
Opera Flannel Blouses,  Silk Skirts,
Ladies' Jackets, Golf Capes,   Ladies'
Costumes, Dress Goods and  Furs.
At Largely Reduced Prices.
We do no} often advertise special reductions, but when we
do they are. genuine. No inferior goods are bought by us
and offered as so-called Bargains.
Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in all Cases.
There is nothing like Asthmalene. It
brings instant relief, even in t e worst
cases.   It cares when all else fails.
The Rev. O. F. WELLS, o Villa Ridge,
111., says: "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene received in good condition. I cannot
tell you how thankful I feel for the good
derived from it. I was a slave, chained
with putrid sore throat aud asthma for ten
yenrs. I despaired of ever being cured,
saw your advertisement for the cure ot
tbis dreadful and tormenting disease, As
tliruii, nnd thought you bad overspoken
yourselves, but resolved to give it a trial,
To my astouishment the trial acted like i
charm.    S��nd me a full Bize bottle.
Kev, Dr. Morris Wcciwlcr,
Rabbi of thn Oong. Bnai Israel,
Neit York, Jan, 3,1901
Dn. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.,
Gentlemen:    Your  Asthmalene  is an
excellent  remedy   for  Asthma  and Hay
Fever, and  its composition alleviates all
troubles   which  combine   with   Asthma,
���" Its success is astonishing and wonderful.
After having it carefully analyzed,  we oan Btate tbat Asthmalene contains
no opium, morphine, ohloroform or ether.    Very truly yonrs,
Avon Springs, N. Y, Feb. 1, 1901.
Drb. Taft Bros. Mew cine <Jn.
Gentlemen : I write this testimonial from a sense of duty, having tested the
wonderful elfect of yonr Asthmnlene, for the cure of Asthma. My wife has
been afflcted with spasmodic asthma for tho past 12 years. Having exhausted
my own skill as well as many others, 1 chanced to see your sign upon your
windows on 130 th strept, New York, I at onoe obtained a bottle of Asthmalene.
My wife commenced taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed
a radical improvement. After using one bottle her Asthma has disappeared
and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing disease.
Yours respeotfully, O. D. PHBLPfcs, M. D.
Da. Taft Bbos, Medicine Co, Feb. 5,1901.
Gentlemen: I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years. I have tried numer
oub remadies, bnt they have all failed. I ran aornss your advertisement and
started with a trial bottle. I found relief at onoe. I have since purchased your
full-sized buttle, and I am ever grateful. I have a family of four obildren, and
for six years was unable to work. I am now in the best of health and am doing
business every day.   This testimony you can make such use of as yoa see fit.
Home address, 235 Rivington street, 8. RAPHAEL,
67 East 129th St,,New York Oity.
Dr. not delay.   Write nt once, addressing DR.  TAFT BROS, MEDICINE
OO., 79 EBBt 130th St., N. Y. City.
Sold by All Druggists.
Oultivate an Inclination for
The most convenient and comfortable Cottage Home in the city, con.
sisting of 5 large comfortable rooms,
closets, bath, pantry, cellar and
basement, lighted by electricity,
heated by fire-place ami hot-air
furnace to which is connected the
hot water tank, gas range for cooking, door and window screens, awnings, Lawn at front and back, well
furnished including valuable books
and piano.
If you want comfort and convenience and have a reasonable amount of
cash, call Bnd tam business. A fair
price and reasonable terms will be
Ping-Pong $ 3.25
Duplicate Whist, Paines
8 Tray Set    4.25
16    "      "     6.50
Bridge    Whist,     with
Cards Complete    2.50
"          3-oo
Laws of Bridge      90
Billiard Nicholas 10.00
Complete stock of Invitations, bcore Cards, Prizes,
Punches and Markers for
Progressive Games.
Until   further   notice   the    steamer) 1 ���
Kokanee   will   only   make   atrip  to]    If there is anything you requlra.ask
Lardo one* a week on Thursdays. | for   It  In    h- column  of the Miner.
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
in Prizes   \nm2-\ carnival
Thursday, Friday fe Saturday,
February 20 to 22, 1902
Grand Hockey Tournament (for the senior and junior championship of the province), Five Skating Races, Six Snowsboe Races, Ski
Running and Jumping, Carnival Masquerade, Cutter Races for Pacers and Trotters,
.Single fare for round trip on all railways. Tickets on sale February 20, good to return until Feb. 24, For programs or any information, address H.W.O. JACKSON, Sec. Carnival Committee, Rossland   (^
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We are showing this season a full
line of these goods and solicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
TLbelRo^alBank of Canaba
Incorporated 1869.
Capital; Auihiirlieil,
,    93,000,600.001 Capital Pald-ap,     ,    .    .     ���3,000,0110.00
Beat, ini.KMi.iiisii nn
Hoard of Directors     I'homns K. Konny,  President:   Thomas Ritchie, Vice-l'ri-i-iilini
;|WUev Smith, H. O. Bauld, Hon. David Maokeen.
Read Oflice, Halifax!
Ueneral Manager, Eds-on L Peaee, Montreal.
Superintendent or Branches, and .Socrotary, W. B, Torrance, Halifax,
Branches 1
Nova   Scotia-Halifax   Branoh,   Antigonl*
Brldgewator, Uuysboro. Londonderry, Lu -
enburg. Maitland (Hauls Co.), Pictou, Port
Hawkosbury, Sydnoy, Hbubenacadie.Tniro,
Mew    Branitwlck ��� Bathurst,     Dorchester,
Frodericton, Kingston (Kent Co.), Mono-
ton, NewcaHtlo, Sackville St, John,Woodstock-
P. K. mll.nil���CllarlotUilown, Summoreldo.
auebce-Montreal, (City lOfflce), Montrea
West End (Cor. Notre Dame aud Seigneurs Struct..*); Wostmount (Cor. Greene
Avenue and St. Catharines btreet,
Newfoundland���St John's.
Cabs. West Indies���Havana.
United States-New York (11) Ulxohango Plaoe
Republic Wash.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,  Nelson,   Rossland,   Vanconver,
Vanconver East End, Victoria.
_ ���  ...__  \  _ '���_ _, -      _   e����re��pondcnt�� 1
Canada-Merohantfl Bank of Canada.   Ko��ion-Nations   Shawmirb Bank.  Chlcaio-IUinols
Trust and Savings Bank.   Ian Francl.co-First National Bank.  lonSon, SSTSfink of
Scotland.   Paris, trance -Credit LyonnaU.   Iirrmuda- Hunk ol Beruiiiil"     ItaZj,
pan-Hong Kong and Shanghai Banting Corpomior%pXne-0��d National Bank.
Ueneral Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Buchaneo   Bouth
and Sold, Letters ol Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on roecia
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
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 LARDO.
West Transfer Co.
Goal and Wood
Best  Fir and Tamarac  A)
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work.
Office on   Baker Street Tel
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l Wblte Pine Lumber Always to
We carry a complete filook of Coast Flooring
(MlliiK, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash nnd
Doors. Spooial order work will reoslve prompt
attention'  Mall orders solicited,
Porto RicoLumber Co.,
Head Offloe���Hondrvx and Varum He. Nolaon
Change   of   Service
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
Rates to all railway and
lake points
General Agent
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors wesl
C.P.R. offices.
Until further advised the steamer
"Kokanee" for Kaslo and "Moyie"
for Kootenay Landing will leave
Procter, connection from Nelson
being as follows :
For Crow's Nest, Winnipeg,
St. Paul, Chicago, Toronto,
Montreal and all Eastern
Leave                 Daily Arrive
7.15 a. m Nelson 0.15 p. ra.
For  Kootenay  Lake  points
and Kaslo
Leave        Daily ex Sunday Arrive
4.00 p; m Nelson 10.15 a.m.
Por berths, time tables, rates and full
information apply to.
J. 8. Oabtkb, '    B. J. Ooylb
Dia. Paea. Agt. A. G.
. P. A.
VancoovM Nelson   Daily Miner, Wednesday February 5, 1902
The Arlington, near Erie,   is  shipping two carloads of ore a day,instead
iloada a month as published.
of two ca
Jlelle, near Ymir,   a
inches in width  haa
The  ore   is  of a high
In   the  Ymir
find   of   ore   20
been   made,
Encouraging reports come from lhe
Union Jack in the Ymir camp. The
faoc of the tonnel is in solid galena
und copper ore.
The May Blossom claim, near Ymir,
owned liy Jack Harbottle, carries ore
of a very high grade, samples running
up to *400 to the ton.
The Wilcox, says the Ymir Mirror,
is now a regular shipper. There Is no
richer ore in the camp than that now
being sent out by this property.
The ore from tbe New Victor in the
Ymir camp runs as high aa 8216 to
tho ton and the ore is said to carry
two ounces of gold to one of silver.
death of .1. Roderick Robertson and
desires to place on record its appreciation of the great Ecrvices he rendered
to this board of which be was twice
president, to the town of Nelson, and
to the country generally, and the
board also desires to express its deep
sympathy with Mrs. Robertson and
her children in their sad bereavement."
A special meeting will be held this
afternoon at 3 o'clock in the board
room at which it ls important that
every member should be present.
It is reported in Rossland that while
cutting pockets ou the 1,050 foot level
of the Le Roi a shoot of high grade
ore was broken Into. Tho shoot is
the same as the ore found on the 900
foot level. The strike is regarded as
Theodore Simons, engineer fjr tho
Payne* was at the Pbalr yesterday en
route from Spokane to tbe mine. Mr.
Simons reports that work is making
good progress on the Payne concentrator but that it will take some considerable time to complete it. owing
partially to tbe slowness with which
the plant comes to hand. At the
same time the work of developing the
Payiie is proceeding with satisfactory
You can still buy Similkameen
Valley Coal Company's shares for 10c,
monthly payments, until February
15th from K. J. Steel, broker, Nelson.
A fine line of Imported and Domestic cigars, Peterson's patent pipes,
Lowe and B, 11. B. goods-at Thur-
Nelson Expects Two Companies and
Soarcely Room Fur One Provided.
Militia men are pleased tbat tenders
have been oalled for the erection of a
drill hall in Nelsou to the extent that
it shows that the department is giving
attention to the matter, but the plans
that have been forwarded to the resident architect do not meet with approval. Tlio building will be altogether inadequate as to size, as it will
give no room for drilling ln squads
iisir for gun drill, in fact little oan be
none in it but the manual exercises.
The Nelson company iB 45 strong and
at the last inspection 40 turned out, or
practically eveiy man wbo was not
on leave outs'de tbe city. Some of
thc companies of the dlstlrot did not
appear for inspection at all and Col.
Holmes. D. 0. C, recommended that
one of these companies he removed to
Nelson. Wero this done and a suitable armory built the officers of the
local company state that it could be
filled np within four hours and that
two efficient companies could be maintained. So long as the drills looked
as if they were in earnest there would
be no difficulty in getting full attendance at drills an] a general interest in
the work, but'to put up snch a building as that indicted by the plans
would be a damper on the present
enthusiasm of the men. W. A. Galliher, the member for the riding, and
Col. Holmes have been very active in
the matter and the local men are confident that when Mr. Oallihor gets to
Ottawa, he will take the matter up
again and the required alterations
will be made to the plana. In addition it is pointed ont that the site
which had been selected for the drill
hall some time ago, is now within
the city fire limits and a building of
thc desoriptiou of that for whioh tho
plans have been sent would not be
permitted' on the site by tho city
Advertisements Inserted under tnls bead at
the rate of one oent a word per Insertion. No
advertisement) takon for less than 2fi cents.
Situation Wanted advertisements inserted
threo times free of charge.
FURNISHED rooms with or without
. board. Apply on Silica street,
second door west of Ward.
SOU SALE.���Cheap; a secretary,couch
and two bedroom suites.    Apply   lo
W. J. Chittick, Victoria sreet, east.
Slops, Hie Coach
and Works off the Cold.
Laxative Biomo-Qnlnlne Tablet* cure   a cold
n ono dav.  NoOure, noPav.   Prlco 26 cent*.
Resolution of Condolence in the Death
of J. Roderick Robertson.
A meeting of  the   Board   of   Trade
wbn called for last evening bu*. owing
to there not being the necessary num-
for   a   quorum tbe only business
transacted was tbo passing of a reso
lution of regret on the death of the
late J. Roderick Robertson. The
members present were G. V. Holt, B.
T. H. Applewhaite, H. E. Croasdaile,
Thorburn Allen, D. J. McLachlan,
W. Hunter, S. S. Fowler, VV. W.
Reer, and F. W. Swannell, secretary.
Prcsidont Holt made a short address
alluding to the service* rerdered by
the late Mr. Robertson, and tbe estimable characteristics of tbe deceased.
��n motion of Mr.Croasdaile, seconded
by Mr. Applewhaite it was unanimously deoided that "The Nelaon Board
Oi Trade deeply deplore! the untimely
ations Relating to Engineers.
The   lost   issue   of   the   Provincial
Gazette   contains the following interesting list of appointments:
George May l'ostcr, of the City of
Greenwood, M. D., CM., to be coroner
lor the province of llritish Columbia
during the absenco of Dr. W.H. Jakes
from tbe said city.
Joseph Mckay, ol ths City of Vancouver, to be a deputy mining recorder
for the Horsefly district in the Quesnel
mining division, with sub-recording
office at Harper's camp, and provincial police constable.
Thomas Leslie VVoolsey, of Criagel-
lacbie, to be a justice oi tho peace in
and for the province of British
Charles Joseph Pagan, ol the City ot
Victoria, M. B., to be a tipendiary
magistrate for the counties of Victoria, Nanaimo, Vancouver, Westminster, Yale, Cariboo, aud
II. A. Sheads, alderman, and Peter
T. McCallum, J. P., of tho city of
Grand Forks, to be members of the
board of commissioners of police for
the said city.
Frederick William Warren, of the
city of Trail, to be a notary public in
and for the provinco of British
The Dubrovnik Mines, Ltd., have
heen incorporated with a capital of
The International Mining and
Development company_ has been registered as an extra-provinoial company,
with a capital of $1,000,000 divided
into 1,000,000 shares. Tho object of
the company is general mining in tbe
state of Washington, and this province. The head office of the company
is Tacomo, Wash., and the provincial
headquarters are at Duncan's. T. J.
Rinebart,mine manager of that place,
is attorney for the company.
Regulations relating to the examination of engineeis, under the provisions of the Steam Boilers' Inspection Aot, 1001, are published by the
chief commissioner ol lands and
works, as well as the rules governing
the inspection ol steam boilers and
Section 35 ot tho aot says; "No
person shall employ another as engineer, and no person shall act as engineer, of any steam plant operating
under the provisions of this act,unltss
the person so employed or acting
holds a certificate of competency or a
temporary certificate, granted under
the provisions of this act: Provided
however, that in case of illness or
other unavoidaDle cause, the engineer
in ohaige is absent from duty, without fault or collusion of the owners
or of any person interested, then such
deficiency may be supplied until an
engineer holding such certificate can
be obtained, and the chief inspector
shall be forthwith notiflod of the temporary change; and further provided
that this section shall not come in
foroe until January 1st, 1902. Temporary engineers must not be employed
for more than one month without the
consent ln writing of the chief
A Well Attonded and Enjoyable Affair
���The Prizo Winners.
There was a large attendance at the
skating rink last evening for the purpose of participating in the masked
carnival. There were a number of
handsome costumes, and as the ice
was in fair condition, a very pleasant
time was had. There were some Continental and Roman costumes which
attracted considerable attention. Two
little girls in blue, who represented
cupids, and two others in pink, who
Impersonated fairies, were much
admired. None but maskers were
allowed on the.ice until n p.m. Prizes
were awarded aB follows: Best
ladies' costume, Miss Deitrlch; l-est
gentlemen's costume, Dale Ewart;
most comical man, W. M. Irvine;
most original lady, Miss Harvey;
most comic boy, T. Cummings; best
lady skater. Mrs. Richardson; best
girl skater, Hazel Gore.
Applv   to   Mrs K. J. Sqnires, Room
40, K. W. 0. block.
Nelson Employment Agency,
P. O. Box 405.
mines. Waitress,
Phone 278.
Raker for
for  house-
WANTED.���Ladies and Gentlemen
enjoy your evening at home by making $12 per week. Send your address
and two cent stamp to box 205, London, Ont.
WANTED���Pupils for Piano or Organ
by   Mrs.   Starmer   Smith,    address
residence or P.O.Box 137.
WANTED.���Men and  women   wanted
to work   at   home,       Good   wages.
Write   Glasgow     Woollen    company,
Dept. C, Toronto
HELP     of   all   kinds     wanted    and
furnished.     Western   Canadian Em
ployment Agency.      Large warehouse
for   storage; call   at Prosser's Second
Hand store, Ward steet.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's Nest
Southern   Ry.     Good   wages, long
job   Headquarters, Elko,    B.   C, A.
Guthrie & Co.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Mr. Mack Whito, well known trainer of tho
Toronto Lacro^ne Club and Osgoodo Football
Olubsays: ���'GriilUhn' Liniment in unequalled
forathletea or thoso training, I havo usod it
with tho boat of suooeSB for noro back, stiffness.
HoronoHH, sprains and all forma of swelling and
nttammntiou, ...       _ _
For sale by J. H. Vanatone, Nelson, B. Cl
DJ. ROBERTSON Be CO.���Next door U)
���   tho new  l '<>��� i  Olllee Building, Veraou
St., Nelnon.   Day 'phone 888. Night'phono 207.
N. M. OumminB, Ijohmso���Every knowi.
variety of Boitdrinks. POBox8& Tuleuhou
No, 31. Hoover Street. Nelson. Hottlurs of th
f^uiouH St, Loon Hot Springs Mineral Water
A MACDONALD & Co.-Corner Fron
��� and Hall Streets���Wholesalo grocer
and jobbers in blanketH, gloves, mitts, boots
rubbers, nmckinaws nnd minera' sundries*
P   BURNS Be Co.-Baker Streot,
���   Wholesalo dealeru in fresh a
meats.   Cold Storage,
d cured
Buker Street, Nelson���Wholesale dea
era In fresh and cured meats.
J Street, Nelson ��� Wholesale dealars ir
hardware, miners' supplies, sporting goods
M'LACHLAN BROS. Baker Streot Nelson,
B. C������Dealers In general harhware,
mining .supplies, glass, punts, Portland Cement, lire day and Scolch lire brick. Agents
for Wilklnsand Co.'s celebrated stcol wire rope
NELSON   HARDWARE   CO.- Wholesale
paints, oils and glass; mechanics   tools
AgonU foi Ontario Powder Works; lynamito
rpURNKR, BEETON & Co.-Corner Vernor
X and Josephine Streets, Nelson���Whole
sale dealers in liquors, cigars, and dry goods
Agents for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Co or Calgary.
UDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholesalo grooerie:
and liquors oto.. Baker Street, Nolaon.
Ofltce corner Hall and Front Streets
Nelson���Lunibor, ceilinir, flooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes. Get oul
prlcon.   Correspondence solicited.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   5alted   Heats
Fisn nnd Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nflson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attentirn
P. BURN5 & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Branoh Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kasl.
Sandon. Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City
Orders by mall to ai��v branch will have careful and nromot attention.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce !
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up   Capital,   88,000,000;    Reserve   Fund,   13,000,000;
Aggregate  liesources Over $05,000,000.
BON. GEO. A. COX, President.      b. B. WALK Eli, Ueneral Manager.
London Office: ou Lombard Street, E. C.
New York Office; 16 Exchange Place.
And 68 branches in Canada and the Jnited States, Including!
Atlin Greenwood Nelson Sandon
Cranbrook       Kamlooi's New Westminster  Vancouver
Fernie Nanaimo Rossland Viotoria
YUKON DISTRICT���Dawson and White House.
UNITED STATES���New Yokk, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Skaowav,
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Received and Interest Allowed.   Present Kate :i Per Cent
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
Nelson Branch.
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J     A.   11 DONALD,   wholesale  and retail
���   Coiifuotioner,   The largest B'.ock of Con
fectionery In lho Kootonays.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,   ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to G. h. LENNOX. _B��k�� St.
Will pay the highest oash price for all
kinds ot second hand goods. Will bny
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oarperts,
cooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Bo* 800. Hail
Street, Nelson, B. O.
P. L. S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
Mineral   Mum nnd mines suiveyed
Forin, skip, 12, and J. G, Wilson
Turner, C. J. Wilson, J F. Weir, J.
H. Wallace, Bldp, 8.
In the semi-finals of the Bunyan
series the game was:
O'Shea, W. R. JarviB, C. J. Wilson,
Cameron, okip,4, and Beaven, Gracey,
R. Robertson, Stocks, skip, 25.
The semi-final in the consolation
C. D, Jarvis, Wright, Kirkpatrick,
Richardson, skip, 12, Miller, Armstrong, Smyth, Walley, skip, 11.
The final in the Bunyan series will
be played tonight betweou Stuoks and
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
J. C. GWILLIM, B-, Sc,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
BakerStre�� Nelson.B C
obtained in all countries
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N. A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates iurnished.
H. E- CROASDAILE Agent Nelson-
OARS.-    ALS a la CARTE.
The   following scratch games  w<
played yesterday:
Morrison, Turner, Starkey, Richardson, sklp,13, and Ilodge, McLaughlin,
Waugh, Rae, skip, 9.
Waugh.   Brown,     Taylor,    StosUs,
Rossland bas not given up the regular annual winter carnival this year
and although it will not extend
through the week as heretofore there
will be three good days of sport.
There will be the usual hockey
matches, snowshoe, ski, coasting and
skating rases, and a grand masquerade at the skating rink. Liberal
prizes aro offered and as there are
valuable trophies to be oompetr d for
the event will be such as will offer
encouragement for all lovers of
winter sports.
A paln'ul accident occurred to Miss
Himhoft, employed in Brown Bros.'
jewoliy store, at the rink laBt night.
While skating she lell forward and
her partner fell on her. .She waa immediately taken to the houso of Wallace Brown and Dr. Hall, who was at
the rink, was immediately called in
attendance. It was found that a rib
was broken but the injury is not
likely to be of a permanent natur��.
Finest and Best  Bar  ln the City.
The best Brands of Liquors
and Cigars.
$1.00 AND $1.50 PER DAY
JOSEPH HARWOOD.   -   Proprietor
Spokane  Falls Sl
Northern R'v.
Nelson  Sl  Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
and try a bottlo, a dozen, or a barrel ot
CALGARY BEER <t�� it Is the best and
qhimpcHt on tne market. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    OIQAR3.
Tnlcphone 93 Baker  t Ne
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane FbIIb and Northern Railway,
D rect connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Ohioago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:10 i.'m
Leaves Spokane daily ior Weat at 7:20 sun
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 800 p m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North-West
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Oompany Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further information, aps, fold
ers, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Ry., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Koote) ai Railway Sc Navigation
Co., or to
Oity Pass, and Tkt  Agt, W  7ol  VV,
Riverside Ave,, (Spokane, Wash.
Q. K. TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
Nelson.B O
For the comfort of the number of
people who are now using this
popular line, a direct daily Buffe*
Car service has been inaugurated
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable on any of the
larger railways in Canada or th
U. S.
Close connections made  at  Spo
kane for the south, east  and  west.
Only io hours to Seattle and   18
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points.
The Waverley Hotel
Rotes $1.00 to |l.50 per day. First
class MealB, 25c. Next door to Opera
House. P. O. Box 210. Telephone 147.
Victoria 8t., NeUon.
Lenve DAY TRAIN Arrive
9:20 a.m Spokane 7 :15 p.m.
12 :25p.m Rossland 4:30 p.m.
10:30 a.m Mountain 5'5'J p. m.
9:40 a.m Nelson 6 :45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, Q. P. & T.A.
Spokane, Wasn
Agent, Nelson. B.
Kootenay Street. Next Oddfellows' Ha
P. O. BOX (33.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, N. B.
Numldlan Fob. 8
Ionian fob, In
Lake Ontario tub. II
Lake (Superior Fob. 28
Allan Line steamers loavo Halifax two dayH
From  Hu-lun.
Commonwealth Fob 12
Saxonla  I ob, 15
From New York
Umbria   Feb 8
Campania, KB. ������'
Oceanic  Fob. ,i
Malontio Fob.  2
Philadelphia Fob. IJ
FurnesHta  rob 8
Continental sailings of French. North tier
man Lloyd, H. A. P. and Italian bin. . on application.
RATES���Saloon fari-K $42.00, and upwards
Pccond |35 and upward" according to Htoamcr
���"d location of berth. Stoo-ngo qnoloil on ap
plication. Prepaid piwnagen from KiiKlaml anil
the continent at lowoHt niton.
Kootenay Railway and Na?
Company, Ltd.
Shortcut and qnlokoit routo lo tho rust and al
pointH on Jio O. K. Be N. nml Northern Fh
offlo lUilwayH In Wu hiiiK'on, Oregon and
Sou thu ni HtutCM,
Time Card Effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
8:30 a. m. Lv.
10:65 p.m. Ar.
Ar. 4:00 p. m
Lv. 1:15 p. n>
Int Nav- & Trading Oo
6:20 p. m. Lv. Noliion Ar. 11*10 a. ��
!i:lii|i, in. Ar. Kns-lo Lv. 7:1X1 a. li.
Coniicotlnu at Flvo Milo Point with Nelnon
Sl Fort "hoppard Railway both to and from
ltOHHland. 0U1.
TicketH Bold to all nnrtu In United Btate��and
I'unii'la via tlroat Northern and O. It.  fie N
Co.'h liiiof,
Oooan Htoainsshlp tlckoU and  rate, vl   a
linen will bafuriiisihcil on application.
For f urtlior particular!! call on or ailtlro*
uanairer. Kaalo.B, O
TACKxmntY Aaont. Nolran II. C.
OUT Agt NeliOii.     Gen. Agent, Winnipeg i You'll got it-
[JAre you in want? If you are, te'
tlio people, through The Miner warn
column, what   you are   la   want  o
___ 1
Nklson Daily Miner Wednesday, Februarys,  1902
Thi- in the season of
entertainment, and,
un a consequence of
more than the usual
amount of letter writ-
inn, wo have opened N>me very pretty note paper-" that aro much in favor ju��t now. Tinted
paper has had a long struggle to win fanhion
able patronage, and even now some of tlio more
pronounced colors aro deemed ,questionable
taste, bnt recently such lovely tints have been
net forth by exclusive makers of high clam rttv
tionory that society have found them irrealst-
able. The palest green, tho softest blue, mauve
and delicate grey are the mo*t popular. He
h&TflCtheM With envelopes to m itch in all tho
popular shapes and if required we put t hunt up
one quire of paper with envelopes to match in
a box without extra chargo.
Show Room for Mason St Risch pianos
At the record oflice yesterday certifi-
cateii of work were issued to a Q.
llirtsch on the Ore bill and Sunshine
A party composod ol half a dozen
Nelaon men is being formed to leave
ior the Horsefly country about the end
of the present month.
A session of the Supreme court is
set for Feb. 11th when Mr. Justice
Martin is expected to preside. There
is a rather longer list ot cases than
usual set for trial.
We are slaughtering tons ot heavy
rubbers and overshoes. Come aud
see. ��� The Wallace-Miller Co.,
A. FI. Kelly, of tlie May and Jennie,
left yesterday for Chicago and possibly New York, on Business and pleasure, lie will btop at Spokane and
Untie for a short time and will spend
a month with his sister at Whitewaer,
WIb. He expects to be gone about
three months.
An alarm of lire yesterday brought
a large crowd to the streets at once,
but the cause was only a practice run
to A, Macdonald's warehouse at the
corner of Hull and Front street. Uood
time was made by the fire team in
reaching the spot and getting the
hose attached to the hydrant.
Overooast, Overcoats, Overcoats. We
will sell you an overcoat for $1:1 that
you cannot buy ready made elsewhere
in Canada. It will cost you (85 made
to order, only a few left.���The
Wallace-Millei Co., Limited.
At the police court yesterday morning R. Montoith, who had been arrested as a begging vagrant, was sent
to jail for two months with hard
labor. Two Chinamen were brought
up charged with a breach of the
health bylaw, but were remanded
until this morning for additional
J. \V. Nnnn leaves this morning for
Winnipeg where he will be stationed
at the head ofllco of J.Y. Griffiths and
Co., for tbe next few months. Mr.
Nunn is secretary lor the Nelson
Hockey club, and the local societies
of Christian Endeavor, and has been
actively interested in a number of
other athletic and fraternal organizations of tile city among which lie will
lie much missed.
"A cablegram was received yesterday by W. W. Beer, from Capetown
South Africa announcing the safe
arrival of Mrs. Captain Oeorgo Beer
and daughter. Both mother and child
were doing nicely" The abovo message was sent to The Miner office on
Ssiturday by telephone, but waB misunderstood by the recipient with the
result that an incorrect item was
printed in Sunday's issue.
That Ib the Mission of Good Food
There is an abundance of proof that
food can be selected that will build up
a brain as well as body.
One case is that of a boy and the
description is given by his mother.
She says, "This particular son has
always had a delicate stomach, and
when he was an infant had cholera
infantum two or three s%isons in suc-
ession; He wns exceedingly hard to
raise, and was not well enough to go
to school when he became old
The mother says, "Finally we con
eluded to put him on drape-Nuts ex
clusively and seo what the food would
do for biro. We did, and to our great
astonishment our boy improved daily.
He is now hearty and getting along
in school unusually well. He still
depends upon Orope-Nuts for a goodly
share of his diet.
Whenever children are hungry at
bedtime it is always safe to let them
eat Crapo-Nuta and let them go to
heil. I came to know the value of
(Jrape-Nuts by using it myself, and
found that 1 was unusually well
nonrishod and gained, rapidly In
Please do not use my name. By the
way, we abandoned coffee in our
finnly several years ago nnd have
always used I'ostnm since. Would as
soon have the floor barrel empty as be
out of I'ostum." Name ean bo given
by PcBtuuj Co., Battle Crock, Mich.
' P.   Hums,    wholesale    and    retail
meat dealer is at the Phair.
A. (llazan, fnmituie dealer of Rossland, is a guest at the Queens.
The dog poisoner has been abroad
and two or three cases have been reported to The Miner.
Rev. H. S. Akehurst. now of Kara-
loops, arrived on Sunday night and
will be in Nelson until Thursday.
Arthur Batchelor, aged 13 years,
died at the Kootenay Lake General
hospital yesterday from   appendicitis.
The person who took an umbrella,
with a silver-tipped handle, from the
men's dressing room, ut the rink last
night kindly return same to caretaker
of rink.
A. Olazan. furniture dealer of Rossland, has purchased the stock of ,1. 0.
Bunyan and Co. He bid 93 cents on
the 81 on the invoice price of the goods
to be delivered in Kossiand. There
are four carloads in the lot and tbe
furniture is of a fine quality.
The conversazione, lunch and dance
to be given at the vhair on Tuesday,
February 11th, promises to be a pronounced success. The cause is a
worthy one and a number have determined to help it along by attending.
Tickets, for both ladies and gentlemen
cost Sl each.
We havo tons and tons of rubbers
and overshoes. We're selling them in
pairs or case lots at factory nrices���
The Wallace-Miller Co, Ltd.
The firm of A. Macdonald has purchased the Thomas Earle wholesale
grocery stook at Victoria, amounting
to about $80,000. Tho firm will occupy
the Earle premises until its own new
building is completed in Vancouver,
which will be about the end of
March. The opening up at the coast
will in no way efect the firm'8 Nelson business, except that it will assist
tnis branch to take good care of its
Kootenay trade.
Until further notice K. R. and N.
steamer service between Nelson and
Kaslo is discontinued owing to iee
blockade.   G. K. Taokabury, agent.
The Nelson Junior Hockey club
team leaves this morning for Rossland, where it plays the Rossland
Juniors this evening. The line up of
the Nelson team will be as follows:
W. Davidson, goal; L. Steele, point;
J. W. Curran, cover point; H. McLean, right wing; L. Gilchrist, centre; A. N. Wallace, cover; W. B.
Steed, left wing. Either Tom Gallon
or Norman Stewart will go as extra
man. The Nelson boys are in fine
form and promise to wipe the floor of
tho Rossland skating rink with tbe
Rossland mountaineers.
Spend where you can spend most
profitably. Have you given the Wallace-Miller Co. a fair trial ?
A considerable patch of open water
appeared through the ice on the lake
opposito shore will be difficult. J.
Buggins, who arrived in the city on
Monday with a carload of stock for
his ranch at Six-Mile point found
himself in an awkward predicament
as there was no way of getting the
animals and poultry across to the
other side, tbe ico not being strong
enough in places to risk driving them
over and yet too thick to get a tug
through. It is probable that iu a
conplo of days more there will be a
wide enough channel open foi tbe
steamers to come in again.
At a meeting of the members of St.
Savior's ohoir on Monday evening
sum important changes weie made in
tho organization. The ohoir was
formed into a guild to be known as
the St. Saviour's Choir Guild, with
the following officers; President, Rev.
F. H. Graham; vice-president, Mrs.
Goepel; seuretary, P. Jrickmay;
treasurer, Lawrence Smith; choirmaster, K. McDonald; organist, K. A.
Weir; assistant-organist, W. A.
Jowett. It was decided that the choir
should be attired iu suiplices as soon
as arrangements could be made, and
also that a number of boys should be
trained with the object of having a
boy choir in addition to tne present
one. Meetings of the guild will be
held once a month.
Dr. C. E. Doherty, who has been
superintendent of the Kootenay Lake
General hospital, will leave shortly
for the purpose of accepting the position of assistant surgeon with the
Crow's Nest Coal company, wilh headquarters at Fernie. Ur. S. Bonnel is
chief surgeon and Drs. Doherty and
i'i.rum will be assistants for tho
Crow's Nest company. Dr. Doherty
will leavo as soon as the hospital
yesterday, and it is probable tbat by
tomorrow communication with the
board can find a surgeon to fill tbe
place, Dr. Doherty during the period
he lias praoticed in Nelson has made
an enviable reputation for himself
as a surgoon and physician, and
besides has endeared himself to a
large circle of friends who will learn
of his intendeu departure with deep
Firemen Caught By Collapse of  Burning Building.
St. Louis,   Feb. 4.���During the progress of a fire in tho building occupied
by tho  American   Tei.t  and  Awning
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11 Never Carry Goods Over From One Season to Another"
must be maintained!   Wednesday Morning FebfUafy 5th, this Half-Price Sale commences, and ends Wed- W
nesday evening, February 12th. VV
The goods to be sold are new.    Stocktaking- shows some lines too  heavy���Assortments  Broken and yjfo
Remnants- all must be cleared out. *I*
i __)I/__.A k U /____��� n*ir>acl Some People will say we don't intend to do as we advertise.
A fl VlU JWj Vlll KrillCuS Others may think we get enormous profits when we can afford to
sell at half the original prices. But the fact of the matter is���we decided to close out these lines and cost of
production has not been considered.    Somebody loses money, but not you.    Shop early, there is
a  choice.
Tailor Mades-Half Price.
6 Tailor Made Suits, Sizes 32, 34, 36
and 38; colors grey, green, brown, black;
jackets made with lapels, double breasted
or Hy front, lined throughout with good
quality satine; skirt having flounce and
flare, inverted pleated back, lined with percaline and velveteen binding. Regular
$16, now half price $ ��
10 Tailor Mades, sizes 32, 34, 36, 38
and 40; colors oxford grey, black, myrtle,
navy and fawn, made of homespun, broadcloth, cheviot, Venetian; Eton jackets wilh
silk stitching or appliqued; skirts to match
having flare and flounce effects, inverted
pleats, lined with percaline and velveteen
binding.    Regular $25.00, sale price    1;
7 Tailor Mades, colors navy
green, fawn, brown; jackets
having lapels, fly front, lined
throughout with mercerized
satine, skirt having circular
flared flounce, lined with percaline and velveteen binding.
Regular $12.50, sale price
$3.75 Blouses for
French Flannel and Corduroy Velvet Blouses, in colors,
black and blue, having pleated back, full front, Bishop
sleeve or flare effect, lined
throughout. Regular $3.75,
sale price $1 00
Satine Blouses in black
only, corded and tucked,
flare sleeve or band effect,
Regular $3.50, to clear $i.oo
Hosiery and Gloves.
3 dozen Woollen Hose, women's and
children's sizes, in plain or ribbed, heavy
weight. Regular 30c and 35c, your choice $     20
Overstockings for women and children, made of extra quality black worsted,
heavy ribbed, double knees- Regular 50c
and 75c, to go at 35c and       50
2 dozen Ringwood Gloves for women
and children, black or colored, heavy
weight and fleeced. Regular 35c and 40c
special        25
Cashmere Gloves for women, in black
only, fine quality and fleece lined. Regular 25c and 30c, sale price one half         15
Women's and Childrens Mittens made
of fine quality fingering wool and heavy
weight.    Regular 35c, sale price         25
.$     60
Underwear Reduced.
Women's all Wool Vests In while, ribbed and extra weight, long sleeves, buttoned front and trimmed. Regular $1.00,
sale price	
All Wool Vests in cardinal, heavy
weight, ribbed, long sleeves, buttoned
front.    Regular$i.25, sale price	
Women,s Natural Wool Vests, ribbed,
long sleeves, extra weight and fleeced.
Regular $1.50, special      1 00
Drawers to match at same price.
Women's Black Woollen Vests and
Equestrian Tights. Regular Si.50, to go
at __     1 00
Children's Union Suits, ribbed and
fleeced. Regular 7.SC and 85c, your
choice, each	
Women's Union Suits, heavy weight
Ribbed and fleeced. Regular $1.50,
Remnants Half Price,
Dress Goods���Remnants of Serge, Cashmere,
Broadcloth, Cheviot, Plaids, Tweeds.
Staples���Remnants of Flannelettes, Flanneh,
Cretonnes, French Flannels,Towellings,
Eider Flannels, Sheetings, White Cottons, Grey Cottons.
Table Linens���50 ends of from I t-2 yards
to 3 yards in each, new patterns, unbleached and bleached.
Silk Blouses in colors, black, navy,
royal, sky, pink and cardinal, tucked or
pleated, Bishop sleeves with strap effect,
lined throughout. Regular $5.00 and
$6.50, clearing at     3 00
Silk Blouses; one lot of 10 made[ofTaf-
tctta Silk, black, cirece, sky, helio, also
black satin blouses. Regular $7.50 to
$10.00, sale price         4 00
Women's All Wool Combination Suits, Allen patent,
ribbed and fleeced. The
$2.50 quality for, $'-75
Woollen and Flannelette Blankets.
15 pairs Flannelette Blankets, ill grey or while, extra
heavy, fast colored border
size 11-4. Regular $1.75, to
go at Ifi 00
25 pairs Flannelette Blankets in grey or white, fast
colored borders, size 10-4.
Regular $1.25, sale price  75c
5 pairs White Wool Blankets, fast colored borders,
sizes 66x86, weight 7 1-2 lbs.
Regular $5.75, special..$4 00
Jackets and Capes Half Price.
Golf Capes.    Regular $10.00 for $ 5 00
Broadcloth Capes.    Regular $12.00, for...    6 00
Ladies'Jackets.    Regular $10.00, for...,    5 00
Ladies'Jackets.    Regular $13,50, for....    6 75
Ladies'Jackets.    Segular $20.00, for....  10 00
4 pairs Grey All Wool Blankets, size
56x76, weight 5 1-2 lbs. Regular $3.00,
sale price.,       002
One lot of Felt Walking Hats and
Shapes. Regular 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
sale price $     50
One lot of Ready-to-Wear Felt Hals,
Regular $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00. Your
choice     1 00
No   Goods  on  Approbation.
Goods are not Satisfactory.
Money Refunded if
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Co., tonight, tho structure suddenly
collapsed, burying a company of firemen in the ruins. Four bodies have
been taken out and search is being
made for others. It is not known
definitely how many men were caught
in tbo collapse.
Baldness Cured liy Destroying tbe
Parasite derm That Causes It.
Baldness follows falling hair, falling hair follows dandruff; and dandruff is the result of a germ digging
its way into the scalp to the root of
tlie hair where it saps the vitality .of
tho nair. To destroy that germ is to
prevent as well as cure dandruff, falling huir, and, lastly, baldness. Thore
is only one preparation known to do
that, Newhro's Herpioide an entirely
now, scientific discovery. Wherever
It has bem tried it has proven wonderfully successful. It can't be otherwise because it utterly destroys tbe
dandruff germ. "Yon destroy the
cauEe, you remove the effect.''
Becauso an evening dress suit looks
smooth and glossy and has some clienp
silk trimmings, 'that's not saying its
good. The. proper cloth is an all
Botany wool, chevoit "special dve"
that looks soft and rich in artificial
light and the pants won't hag at the
knee. Our sort.���Tlio Wallace-Miller
Co., Limited,
Why Man You Can't See!
and what are you  waiting
for ?    It is a  matter that
should receive your prompt
attention.    Consult
Patenaude Bros.
It won't cost anything to  find out.
Afternoon 3 to    5.30
Evening & to :io.oo
Admission 25c
Fancy Dress Carnival
Tuesday, Feb, 4th-
Y. O. OKKBN        Y. 8. 0LEMENTo
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Cor. Kootenay & Victoria sts. Nelson
P. O. Box US Telephone 2
_*0*0*0*0*a*o*0*0*^r* 0**0*0
Wo make a specialty of tho
Hamilton Movement, an accurate, reliable and durable
timepiece. We have also
Elgins, Waltham aud other
���Standard makes in ;ny quality or design of case. Jewelled tiift watches. In all
tve give Excoptional   Value.
Be  sure and get the genuine   BENNETT'S GUTTA PERCHA FUSE.not
something that looks   like   it     Law-
relies Hardware Co., Agents,
A few of choice design
left���At the prices they are
Watch Repairing a specialty
Cor. Baker & Stanley SU.. Nolson i


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