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Daily Edition No.  1289
Nelson,   British Columbia,, Thursday,   March 13, 1902
Eleventh  Year
Two Men Burled Under Many
Feet of Snow While
One Perished and the Other
DuglHlmself Out ln 36
It was announced last evening that
there would be no inquest held on the
body of the lato Fred Lowden, who
was killed by a snowslide on Kokanee
mountain. Chris Sherbert is now at
the Kootenay Lake General Hospital
with bandaged hands and feet, gradually recovering from tbe effects of his
terrible experience, although it is uncertain yet whether be will lose part
of his feet. His story an told yesterday at the hospital to a Minor reporter
showed a truly marvelous escape on
his part. The cabin stands iu the
main Kokanee range about 1.000 foot
below the summit, and separated from
the Molly Gibson group by a 'ow Hogback mountain, lt was built in 18911,
and occupied each summer since while
the owners of the claim wore developing their propeitc. Sherbert stated
tbat tho first fall when leaving the
cabin for tho winter he had placed
rows of stakes along tbe side of the
mountain in the vicinity of the cabin
to ascertain if snow slides ever came
down that way, but these stakes had
stood intact until Saturday night.
On Saturday night at about 10
o'clock, the occupants of the eabia
had been in bed about half an hour.
Thc oabin was a strong well-built
one, measuring 10 by 20, and the two
bods wrre on opposite sires of it.
Suddenly, Sherbert stated, lie heard
a tremendous roar and crash, followed
immediately by a solid weight of soft
snow pressing bim down hard on the
bed. ne lay there for a minute unable to tell what had happened, having been asleep He was lying on
his face and when he realized what
had happened, lie wriggled and finally
managed to turn over on his back
after a lot of exertion. When this
���was accomplished, and finding to his
joy that he could breathe freely.be sot
to work to extricate himself from bis
blankets;after what seemed an ago he
got one arm free, and then tbe othor.
His only method of movement was to
break the snow olf with his hands and
squeeze it into hard balls, gradually
getting a space of a few inches clear
around his body, then slowly and
laboriously be worked himself into a
Bitting position, squeezing the lumps
of snow underneath his head and
shoulders. When this was done he
started to burrow upwards. The snow
was wot and already partially paoked
dowD and breaking the pieces off with
bis bare bands after a slioit time
became most laborious, but be was
fighting for life and inch by inch he
worked his way up till further progress was stoppod by two boards.
Along these be wormed his way and
then upwards again. Twice again he
encountered boards in the two nights
and ovor a day that it took him to
cover the few foet between himself
and daylight and freedom. It was a
desperate struggle for life.
When ho emerged, clad only in the
remnants of a thin flannel shirt bis
hands and feet were badly ftostbitten
and be was almost totally exhausted.
Tho snow was piled level over the
walls of tho cabin,the roof lying seme
distance Hway In the snow. While
struggllngs in the snow below ho hud
three or four times heard faint noises
which he know to bo Lowden also
fighting for life, but in his condition
lie could do nothing to aid his
A short distance away he knew
there wore men working al the Molly
Gibson an.) ho made his way across
the snow as fast as IiIb partially
crippled condition would permit.
After bo orossod the hogback he called
us loudly as he could, hut for some
time without effect. At last,lie states,
one man left t hose who wore work
ing and climbed some distance towards
him, but then turned back, tbe others
watching him but paying no attention. He Dually leached the camp and
(old of the terrible catastrophe that bad
occurred, and also how Lowdon was
at that lime lying buried under many
leet of snow,     The  mon employed  at
the Molly Gibson aro mostly Italians
with a few French, aud he bad considerable trouble in explaining the
situation but finally thoy started up
the bill and he gave out.
Shortly after dark they returned
and wh?n ho asked them where Lowden was he was told tliat they had
dug down till they could see his face
and that he was dead, Sherbert tried
to porsuaue tbem to go abek and dig
out the tody but this they refused to
do, saying it waB not safe to go back
there for fear of another slide. He
could not get them to return but in
the morning tried again to persuade
them although suffering considerably
from his hands and feet. Finally be
offered them first (5 each and then 810
to uny four who would go. Tbe foreman said that they would go for the
latter sura, but the whole lot who
were there would have to go, and
Sheibtrl, who thought tbat porbaps
Lowden was still alive suffering tlm
agonios that he had gone through,
signed an agreement promising to pay
li. Cortiana (100 for services rendered
in getting out the body ot F. Lowden.
They left about 7 o'clock, getting
back three hoars later with the body,
wrapped In tlie blankets that he had
been sleeping iu. Sherbert with the
body was ttien taken down to the
landing where word waB sent to Nelson, and Dr. Ilawkoy left immediately to see what could be done. The
tug Halys made a special trip down
bringing in the body and Sherbert
lato Tuesday night.
Lowden was a magnificently formed
man. of almost herculean strength and
the body showed that he had mrrie a
hard struggle for life, the nails of the
hand being torn off where he had dug
them into the snow and debris.
Louis Cortiana, brother of the man
in whose favor the note was made out,
and foreman of the Molly Gibson
mine,was seen by a reportei in regard
to the matter. He stated that they
had not seen Sherbert coming down
the hill, and when he arrived and
aftei they had understood what had
happened they went up. Oo digging
dorrn to Lowden thoy saw by bis face
that he was dead and as they believed
it was against the law to touch a
dead man unless in the presence uf a
policeman they did not try to dig him
out. and caino back again. Ho also
said that a Doard lay across Lowden's
necu so tbat ha must have been held
there and smothcied. Tho next morning they were offered the money to
got out the body and take it down to
the landing and they accepted the
Senate Committee   Reports
Favorably Mltchcll-Kahn
They Will Also Be Kept Out of
the   Philippine   Islands.
Twenty-One Persons Drowned in Mississippi .Steamer.
Vicksburg, Miss., March 12.���The
steamer Providence, plying between
this port aud Lake Palmyra, was
overturned at 2 o'clock this morning
by a sudden squall at Lone Landing
and 21 of her passengers and crew
were drowned. The dead aro Captain
William Cassidy, Vickburg, master;
Charles Roup, Vickburg, chief engineer; Clyde Seott, Vickburg, cotton
seed buyer; Dr. N. A. Lancater, a
prominent physician and planter of
Palmyra; 10 colored roustabouts and
deck passeneis, whose names havo not
been reported.
Tho ill fated boat left hero at noon
yesterday on her regular trip, carrying a large miscellaneous cargo of
freight and a large numbor of passengers. At 2 o'clock this morning just
as the steamer wns entering Lake
Palmyra, a sudden wind and rainstorm of cyclonic proportions came
ont of the west catching the l'rovi-
donco broad side. The little vessel
was lift d almost entirely out of tbe
water, her upper works blown away
and tho hull turned over iu 40 feet of
wator. Most of tho crew and passengers wore asleep at the time and had
absolutely no chance of escape. Only
nine of the boats entire company
wero saved. The property loss will
amount to sevoral thousand dollars.
Messrs. Jassidy, Scott, Roup and
Lancaster were all married men and
leave large families. A steamer will
leave immediately to attempt tho
recovery of the bodies.
Sandon,March 12.���Tne Sunset mine
in tho McGuigan basin has made a
splendid record in the past 15
months, During that period it has
nettod its four owners $12,000, besides
paying (10,000 for tho mine and for
all development work. Tbo ore carries
silver and lead and yields about (100
per ton aftor paying the cost of freight
and treatment. The Sunset is owned
by George Hughes, F. J. Finiiuaue,
John Daily nnd Henry C'ookshutt.
Washingtsn, March 12.���The senate
committee on immigration today
agreed to report the Chinese Exclusion
bill,known as tho Mitchell-Kahu measure. It is substantially tho same as the
modified bill submitted by the Pacific
toast committee, only a few verbal
corrections having been made.
A point wbich occasioned much consideration by the committee was
whether or not Chinese should be excluded lrom the Philippines, or
whether the whole proposition should
be loft to the Philippine commission.
The committee agreed with tlio principle of absolute exclusion, taking
the ground that the United States
wantod to ietain the Philippines, and
that the latter wore as much opposed
to tlie Chinese as were the Americans.
The point about which the committee
debated at length was tho excluding
of Chinese seamen from ships of
Amerioan register. This proposition
also was retained in the bill,but with
a proviso to tbe effect that in case of
accident, stress of weathor or serious
illness, the captain of a vessel may
ship a crow lor the voya'.'e upon which
he may have entered. The provisions
regarding the privilege of transit of
Chinese across tho U. S. aro changed
in phraseology, but remain practically
tho same in effect. There alsojire ������.:���-
bal charges in the provision concerning tbe detention of Chinese who seek
entry at American ports and the following penalty is provided for fail ne
to observe tbis provision :
"Every person bound under tbis section to detain a Chinese person who
shall refuse or wilfully neglect
promptly to perform sueh duty shall
be deemed guilty of a felony, and on
conivction Bhall be punished by a fine
of not loss than $1,000 or moro than
(5,000, or by imprisonment for a term
not less than one year, or by both uuoli
fine and imprisonment." The paragraph concerning the return of
Chineso is changed so as to read as
"Tne duty of returning Baid Chinese
person is hereby imposed on tho master, owner, consignee or agent of the
vessel and on the railway corporation,
its general officers and agents, and on
the owners or general officors nnd
agents of other transportation linos or
modes of conveyance, collectively and
severally, binding him to the port at
which entry is denied him, or aiding
him thereto."
"Every person bound under this
section to return a Chinese person,who
shall refuso or wilfully neglect
promptly to perform such duty,is subject to fine and imprisonment, and
subordinate offioers, agents and employes also are subject to penalties."
Aiding in the escape of Chinese held
in detention is mado a felony, punishable both by lino and imprisonment.
A new provision applies the exclusion
provisions of the bill to Chinese who
enter as merchants, students and the
like, and become laborers,
Quebec. March 12.���Colonel Gaynor
and Captain Gretna and another Interview today with their counsel It is
said thnt both men would willingly
stand their trial in the stato of New
York,but object to going to Savannah,
where they believo strong prejudice
exists ngainBt them. If extradition
proceedings are Instituted to force
them to return to Georgia, it is said
they will fight and expect to bo successful. The prisonors are charged
with fraud in conneotion with the
United States habor works at
Comprehensive Plans of Pacific Portland Cement
In 90 Days It Will Be Turning Out Lots of Cement.
1900 has been over 40 per cent.; it
was over 50 per cent, from 1899 to
j 1900. The value of the product in
j 1900 was $9,280,5115, The imports of
Portland cement in 1900 were over
2.1100.000 barrels. The total consumption of Portland cement in 1900 was
o'er 10.70o.U00 barrels, more than
8,000,000 barrels greater than It was
in 1899, The report states that high
grade cement Is manufactured more
cheaply iu tlie U. S. than in Europe,
is sold nearly a dollar cLeapcr per
bariel. and stands tbe tost of use bet
ter tban the imported article. Thero
is room in Canada for a similar development of the clement industry This
country can use all the cement that
the several new Canadian works will
bo able to produce''
New York, Match 12.���Martin A.
Knapp, chairman of the intei-State
Commerce commission, delivered a
lecture tonight in Cooper Union on
transportation iu which he advocated
the government ownership of all
Most of the promoters of tho Pacific
Portlcan Cement Oo. are residents of
this city. The deposits which the
company is operating are located on
the Tend d'Oreille river in Washington. The Newport Minor ot a recent
issue has the following regarding the
company: Tho Pacific Portland
Cement Co. is constructing a cement
manufacturing plant at lone, r,0 miles
below Newport, w'men will bo completed and in operation before tbe
elose of the present year. Newport
will be the business headquarters and
distributing point for this concern.
which purposes establishing at least
two industries of a kindred nature as
soon as the construction work in hand
is completed. The intention of the
company is to manufacture three
brands of cement, to wit: Pacific
Portland cement, Newport Hydraulic
cement, and Pcud d'Oreille Hydraulic
On interviewing Thomas Procter,
who with nis co-directors in Nelson,
is looking after tbo interests of his
company it was learned lhat tbe late t
advices are that the first sample lot of
cement arc now being manufactured
in the preliminary plant, and are
being shipped as samples to railways,
smeltei plants and city engineers, bo
that the quality may he tested.
'It is anticipated," said Mr, Proctor,"that tho company will be able to
fill orders for any quantity of eament,
according to tho kind desired, within
90 days. The analysis of the last
sample received from the company's
works is as follows!
Por cent
Silica 25.04
Alumina  8.70
Lime    02.20
Iron  3.18
Magnesia      nil
Alkalis     nil
"The analysis shows," continued
Mr. Proctor, "our Portland coment to
be equal to any manufactured in the
world, and with the important
patented devices used in our plant the
assuianeo is that tlio output will bo of
uniform quality. This uniformity is
of great importance, as most of the
coments on the market cannot guarantee uniornnty, whictt is so essential.
"Tho company has its own sawmill
running at the site of its works and
now that the severe frosts of the winter are about over tho construction of
the main works is being rapidly proceeded with. The bunk houses, cook
house, assay ofliee and manager's residence are completed. Thoro is ample
room for 50 men in the bunk bouse.
A flume and a ditch a mile and a half
long are finished. The power to be
used will be furnished by Pelton
water wheels of 400 horso power
"Tho company," Mr. Procter said,
"has made arrangements as io freight
rates with the railways and steamboats. I expect, however, shortly to
proceed to Now Yolk for the purpose
of having a flrst class steamer constructed. This boat, besides transporting the freight and cement for the
company, will also do a regular transportation business along the river. It
Is expeoted that tho sawmills will
furnish considerable traffic for it, as
it will deliver lumber for them at the
railway at Newport.
"The consumption of coment,"
said Mr. Procter, "Is very largo and
in gathering statistics concerning it 1
bave learned the following facts:
Its production is distributed over several states, including Pennsylvania,
Now Jersoy, Illinois, Michigan, New
York, Ohio,Colorado, Indiana, Texas,
Oeorgia and West Vingnia. According to the report of the mineral
resources of the United States for 1900
tbe production of 2-1 cement works in
1894 was 798,000 barrels; in 1899
thirty-six works produced ovor 5,000,-
000 barrels and in 1900 fifty works produced 8.492.000 barrels, more than the
total domestic product and the imports
combined in 1899. Tho average rate
of   increase   from   year to year  since
Kaiser Cables Thanks For Hearty
Welcome to frince Henry.
Washington,March 12.���The follow.
ng cablegrams wore published today:
1 Wilhelmsliaven,March 12.- President
of the United Slates of America, Washington, now that my brother has left
the hospitable shores of tbe United
States, homeward bound, I feel it a
pleasing duty to express to you how
grateful I feel, und the whole of the
German people are, for the splendid
hospitality and tlie cordiality of tlio
reception which was accorded to
Prince Henry by a'l American peoplo.
My outstretched hand has been met by
you wi'h a firm,manly and solid grip.
May (lod bless our relations with
peace and good will between the two
nations. My oest compliments and
wishes to Miss Alice.���William,!. R."
Washington,    Maich     12.���Emperor
William,      Wilhelmsliaven: Your
brother's visit to tiiis countiy hns accomplished much in showing the
depth of kindly feeling which exists
between the two nations. It has been
most fortunate in every way, and I
trust you will permit me to congratulate yon upon tha admirable manner
iu which he has borne himself. He has
won the gonuine and hearty sympathy
and regard of all with whom he has
been brought in contact We have
welcomed him for his own sake, and
we have welcomod him still more
heartily as the representative of yourself and of tho mighty Goman people.
I thank ycu in the name of tho American peoole for what yon have done,
and I thank you personally in addition for the grauious torm which your
courtesy took.���Theodore Roosevelt.
Several Former Ministers to Visit
New York, March 12.���A party of
Japaneso financiers who are to make a
tour of tho United States, Canada and
Europe left Yokohama for Seattle yesterday on the steamer Kaga Maru.
The party is headed by Count Masay-
oshi Matsukata,several times premier,
and for many years minister of finance
of Japan, and Includes among others
T. Mogala, director of tbo bureau of
taxation in the dopattment of dnance,
nnd K. Misako, vioe-president of the
Yokohama Specie bank. Count Matsukata planned and put into operation
tho present financial system cf Japan
and it was largely through his ulforts
that tho country adopted tho gold
standard. His countrymen regard bim
as one of the builders of modern
Japan. Ho and his party frill visit tho
United States and Canada and tlieir
countrymen are planning for their
entertainment. The committee will
spend two or threo weeks in Nen
York, the Japanese consul general
here has been advised.
Smith Curtis Maintains Constitution   Has Been
Helmcken Wishes Coronation
Conference to Discuss
Van Sant Opposes tho Combination
of linn Range Lines.
St. Paul, March 12.���Governor Van
Sant has Instructed Attorney Ueneral
Douglas to begin proceedings In the
stato courts against tbo alleged merger
of the Iron Range railways. The bill
will be filed very soon, and the United
States Steel corporation, which Is reputed to own the slock of the Dulutb,
Messaba and Northern,and the Duluth
and Iron Range roads will be made a
party defendant. The Steel corporation maintains offices at Dulntn and
it fs thought there will be no difficulty
in ren3hing it through the state
con i Is.
Victroia. March 12.���The House
today considered a resolntion by Dr.
Helmcken asking tlio government to
get Laurier to take up the Oriental
immigration question with tbo
colonial premiers in attendance at the
coronation. The debate on it was
adjourned. Smith Curtis attacked the
constitutionality of tlie ministers'
acting as minister for portfolios wbich
were really vacant and got an order
for all gazelto notices in conneotion
with the matter. Thc order asked by
Smith Curtis also called for tbe
decision giver by John Keen iu tho
asse-ismennt and taxation of oro the
output of Lo Bol anu other mines in
Rossland nnd the evidence given before Mr. Keen. Jos. Martin got an
order for a return of all correspondence In connection with the escape of
one Jessep from the smallpox quarantine in Vancouver, and attacked the
government or government officials for
failing to prosecute.
Compromise   May   Re Affected   on   20
Per Cent lleeiproeol HoMs.
Washington, Marcli 12 ���Overtures
bave been made for a com promise of
the conflict over tariff concessions to
Cuba, and there are evidences tbat the
two elements in the Republican party
will eonio together, probably on a
proposition to have the 20 per cent,
reciprocal reduction apply for uno
year from next December, and covering tlie sugar crop. It is understood
tbat Chairman Payne and Represents*
live Dalzell mado tho overtures
toward an agreement. One of the
loading members of tbe opposition
sain that Messrs. Payne and Dalzell
had mado the suggestion to him and
had asked for an answer. This was
folllowed by a hasty canvass of opposition members,which developed wide
differences of views, Representative
William Aldon Smith said no compromise would bo accepted nntil a meeting was held where it could be delib-
Representative Tawncy said the limitation of time was immaterial and
that no compromise conld be effected
which affected manufactured products
without affecting similar union manufactured products. Soon after lho offers
of comprcmiso were made, the leaders
of the element opposed to the Ways and
Means committee plan called a conference in tho rooms of William Allien
Smith. Soon ;t0 members were present
and the discussion lasted about two
hours. The senitinent was rather unfavorable to accepting the plan of 20
per cent reduction and some one pret-
ent favored rejecting the plan, but it
was orged against this course that so
long as overtures for adjustment had
been mado in gcod faith, it was only
proper to meet tho committee representing the Ways and Means, and Mr.
Payne and his associates therefore
were advised that ihey would bo met
by a committee fiom the other side.
Colon, March "2.��� Information was
received here that ( hiriqni haB been
captuied by tlie liberal forces. Chiri-
qui Is extremely lieh In cattle and tbu
Isthmus usually depends on that dis
trict for its supply of beeves.
Report lhat Russian Colonel Was
Court Martialleil and Shot.
London, March 18,���Cabling fiom
Vienna,the correspondent of the Daily
Mail says a sensation has been caused
by a story to the effect thnt a court
martial at Warsaw enndumned to
death a Russian colunel. named
Crimm, for the sytematie revelation ot
military seui'tits to a foreign power,
nud thnt several Hrbtociatio Polish
ladies have heen arrested as accomplices of Oolouel Crimm. There is au
uticnnfii'med rumor concludes the cor-
responent, that 1'ol.inel Crimm was
shot within two hours after the passing of the sentence,
Hcilbriin. Orange River Colony,
March 12. ���It is reported that Ueneral
Dewet and ex-1'resident Steyn eorssed
Ihe main river line during   tne   night
Iof     March   9,    (oui   miles   north  oi
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would exert a pressure of at least
5,000 pounds to the square inch wbich
would drive up through the seoond
Hole everything movable. Then it
would be simply a ease of capturing,
conserving and applying the power.
Prof. Hallock estimates that the plan
could be carried out tor   $50,000,
The international chess tournament
now drawing to a close at Monte
Carlo is of interest to the chess players of Canada from the fact that one
of the players, F. J. Marshall, is a
mere boy from Montreal wbo is con-1
sidered a phenomenon at the game and
that be should have beeu allowed to
compete is evidence of bis ability.
Chess plaj ing is with bim an apparently natural gift which he possesses
In a remarkable degree. While yet
only a lad of 13 he could give odds to
the best men of Montreal. When 15
bo was invited to play in lirooklyn
against Napier who was a year
younger and the chess wonder of that
eity. Since then both have played
under the auspices of that club. Marshall is now but 20 years of age and
at Monte Carlo has won 11 out of l'J
games, and Napiei has won nine and
made one draw.
The Trail Creek News says that the
Nelson Miner is the only paper in the
province which found fault with the
proceedings of the Associated Boards
of Trade. The News is very much
mistaken, as the Sandon Paystreak
had an editorial which criticized some
of its actions to the extent of over a
page. The Slocan Drill also pays its
respects to the augnst body in vigorous though somewhat severe style, as
An aggregation of commercial
freass.known as the associated boards
of trade, met in annual conclave at
Kaslo last week. As was to bo expected from such a gathering, a host
of resolutions weie proposed upon a
variety of subjects and solemnly
adopted. So long as the counter
jumpers struck to their owl legitimate line of thought they did well,
but they became ambitious,and sought
other fields wherein to air their ideas
and do their trick at resolving. And
therein they erred and erred grievously. They adopted a resolution dealing with the provincial mineral tax,
under which they allege the mining
industry is groaning, and that despite
the government figures of progress to
the contrary. In their resolution, the
freaks asl' to have crown grin ted
claims do $400 worth of work each
year or pay a tax of fifty cents an
acre. Uncrown granted claim? are to
do 880 worth of work annually and
pay $12.50 for recording same. Money
so raised to be that much less to be
taken from the tax on the output of
mineral. Why can't these .lohnnies
attend to their own knitting and leave
matters beyond tlieir ken alone'.' By
their resolution the freaks seek to
propitate the mine manager, and entirely overlook tho injury they are
doing to the pioneer and mainstay of
the country���the prospector. Has he
not enough to pay as it is from year to
year without adding more to his
agony. Every step he takes in his
career ls taxed, from the taking out
of his license to tho crown granting of
his claim. If these company ducks
down in Rossland would be content
with smaller salaries and establish
economical management rules, there
would be less talk about ''unjust taxation." As lur the associated boards
of trade, they have exhibited great
aptitude in evolving 'assinine
The Miner yesterday in an article
on mining at depth alluded to the increase iu heat in shafts nnd a subscriber calls attention tojthe Interesting iact that scientists now purpose
to utilize, if possible, thu heat of the
internal fires of the earth and to turn
them into motive power. At the same
time he furnished a clipping from an
eastern paper which states that I'ro-
fesMir William Bollock, of Columbia
university, has outlined a plan fur
securing steam from the heat which is
to be found in the earth. The professor estimates that at a depth of
12,000 feet thero wonld be found a
temperature of 840 degrees, lie proposes to sink two Wells 50 feet apart
to a depth of l'.'.UUO feet. liy means
of heavy charg's of dvnninite lie calculates that lie ean blast out a fissure
in the rock whieii will c mneet the
two wells. This would covert the area
loiinil the bottom of the well into an
Immenea water heater, Water poured
down one hole in the earth would
circulate through all the cracks and
ilsiiiroH.   tlio    temperture   ol  which
would he orer S4II degrees, and in its
passage it would pass th rough the
second hole to tho earth's surface. The
pressure of such a column of steam
would be enormous; for aside Troto
the initial velocity of tho steam, tho!
descending    column   of    cold   water I
The Vancouver Province has been
called on to answer for an alleged
libel, the plaintiff in the case being
the Crow's Nest Coal company.
According to a recent census bulletin Miere are 114,081 males and 64,576
females in British Columbia. Tbis
leveals that there are 49,505 more
males than, females. ,., Of the males
74,183 are unmarried and of the
females :i4,54il are single. Of course a
large number of both sexes who are
unmarried are not yet old enough, but
even tiking these iuto consideration
the proportion of the single is large.
The government should establish a
mariiige bureau.
The Canadian Mining institute at
its recent meeting in Montreal, which
1 asted for two days, March lith and
7lb, adopted a resolution to tho effect
that in view of tho great extent of the
Dominion, and tho long distances
to be traveled by members in older
to attend the meetings of the institute, it is expedient to organize local
brunches in mining towns camps and
other centres. These branches are to
be subject to the constitution, bylaws
and charter of the institute. The move
is a good one as it will afford opportunities for more frequent meetings,
prumote the reading of papers and
interchanging of ideas and thoughts
on mining subjects which cannot fail
to be beneficial. It will also increase
the membership of the institute and
widen the scope of its usefulness.
The V. V. and E. railway has succeeded in defeating the effort made
to keep it from entering the Kettle
River valley by the promoters of the
(irand Forks and Republic railway,
this intelligence will be welcomed by
all who desire to see the Boundary
enjoying the benefits of competing
railways. The policy of keeping out
competition in transportation, if it
prevailed, would be most injurious.
Let there be a fair and open field and
no partiality shown any particular
transportation concern. Give all the
railway companies that desire to build
in this section an opportunity as it is
impossible to have too many roads in
a country which must have cheap
transportation in order to successfully
develop the mineral resources.
We wish to call your attention to our immense
stock of
Spring and Summer Staple Goods
and Novelties
In making- our selections this season we have have endeavored to choose a stock which will please the most delicate
tastes You will find thc finest assortment of both Imported and Domestic goods in the country. New goods
arriving daily.
Hudson's Bay Co.
Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in all Cases.
The lioer emissaries have again
beon turned down by the United
States, but seom to be individuals
who do not care to take no for an
answer. Tho United Statos has a
task of its own to perform in the
Philippines. Suppose Aguinaldo
should go to Oreut liritain and ask
the government to intervene in favor of liis countrymen who are in
arms. What answer would ho re-
cei'.cV It is certain that the no would
be just as emphatic as that given by
President Roosevelt. to the Boer
agents. A fellow feeling sometimes
makes us wondrous kind.
There is nothing like Asthmalene, It
brings instant relief, even in t e worst
cases.    It cures when all else fails.
The Rev. O. P. WELLS, o Villa Ridge,
111., says: "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene reoeived in good condition. I cannot
tell you how tliaukful I feel for the good
derived from it. I Wns a slave, chained
with putrid sore throat and nsthmn for ten
years. I despaired of ever being cured. 1
saw your advertisement for the cure of
this dreadful and tormenting disease, Asthma, and thought yon had over-spoken
yourselves, but resolved to give it a tiial.
Tomy astonishment the trial acted like a
charm.    Send me a full size bottle.
Rev, ��r. Morris Wccimler.
Rabbi of tha Cong. Bnni Israel,
New York, Jan, 3,1901
Dn. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.,
Gentlemen: Your Asthmnlene is nn
excellent remedy for Asthmn nnd Hay
Fever, and its composition alleviates all
troubles which combine with Asthmn.
Its success is astonishing and wonderful.
After having it carefully analyzed, we ean state thnt Asthmalene oontnins
no opium, morphine, chloroform or ether.    Very truly yours,
Avon Springs, N. Y, Feb. 1, 1901.
Drs. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.
Gentlemen : I write this testimonial from a sense of duty, having tested the
wonderful effect of yonr Asthmalene, for the cure of ABthma. My wife has
beeu afflcted with spasmodic nsthma for tho past 12 years. Having exhausted
my own skill as well as many others, 1 chanced to seo your sign upon your
windows on 180 th street, 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 ono bottle her Asthma hns disappeared
and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I feel that I ci.n consistently re
commend the medicine to all who are nfflioted with this distressing disease.
Yours respectfully, O. D. PHELPS, M. D.
Dr. Taft Bros, Medicine Co, . Feb. 5, 1901.
Gentlemen : I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years. 1 have tried numerous remarlies, bnt they have all failed. I ran aoross your advertisement and
started with a trial bottle. I found relief at once. I have since purchased your
full sized bottle, and I am ever grateful. 1 have a family of four children, and
for six years was unable to work. I am now in the best of health nnd aiu doing
business every dny.   This testimony you can make such use of as you see St.
Home address, 235 Rivington street, 8. RAPHAEL,
67 East 129th St,,New York Oity.
Do not delay,   Write at once, addressing DR   TAFT BROS, MEDICINE
CO., 79 East 130th St., N. Y. City.
Sold by All Druggists.
gist's onice with queries about tlie
value of stocks,otc. This has brought
abont the move that concerns all
honest miners and is calculated to be
a source of great discomfort to fakers.
Mr. Anbury shj'b he will follow up
the Investigations he is making into the
real values of mining aud oil promotions until he Is acouainted with them
In   California   of late a number   of
"wild cut'   mining and oil companies
havo sprung into existence, which are
engaged in selling worthless stuck   to
unsuspecting    eastern   peoplo.     The
matter bus assumed the proportions of
a great evil.      Mr.   Aubury, the state
mineraloigst,    has   begun   a   crusade
���gainst the fake companies.      lie   and
his representatives  now examine  the
properties owned by  companies and if
they are worthless tells the public sol
through    the   medium   of   the   newt-
papers.    The San Francisco Call com- i
ments     as   follows   on    tho   matter:'
''Eastern   and    European    papers   aro |
printing page advertisements of prupo-1
sitions on this  coast   that are   known
to be sailing   under   falso   pretenses.
This   is   a   mutter   of common knowledge. The dllQOVtry that frauds exist
and      tlie    Inability   of   the     eastern
people   to   discriminate, owing to distance from tho coast, has led to constant
bombardment  of tho  state   mineralo-
Will be received addressed lo me at
thc imperial Hank, Nelson. B. C, up
to and including the 21st day of
March next, for the purchase oi the
plant, business, book debts aud good
will of the "Nelson Miner," a daily
paper published at the suid City of
For terms and particulars apply to
Macdonald and Johnson, soldiers,
Hums Hlock, liaker street, Nelson,
All tonders to be marked in the
uppor left hand corner: "Tender,
Nelson Miner."
J. M.  LA>\
Manager Imperial Hank of Canada   at
Nelson, B.C., March 7th, 100a.
Our New Stock is now open,
A Very Fine Hup of
New Designs ii
J. 0. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc,
Late of Geological  Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in II. C
mining districts.
Baker stu:- Nelson. B C
The Prices Will Suit the
Canada Drug aud
Book Co., Ltd.
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We are showing thiB season a full
line of these goods and solicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
ftbelRo^alBank of Canada
Capital) Authorized,
Incorporated 1869.
813,000,000.00 I   Capital   Paid-up,
Kent.       .       .    .
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Hoard or nirrrtorH     rhomas K. Kenny,   President;   Thomas Kltohio,  Vice-President
3WUe" Smith, H. O. Bauld, Hon. David MaoKeen.
Head Offlce, Hal mix 1
Ueneral Manager, F.d: 01. ]. Pease. Montreal.
Superintendent ot Branohos, and Secretary, W. B. Torranoe, Halifax,
Branches I
Quebec���Montreal, (City lOffloe), Montroa
WeHt End (Cor. Notre Dame and So��-
neu-s Stroete); Weatmount (Cor. Greene
Avenue aud St. Catharines Street,
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cuba* Went ladles��� Havana.
United Males���Now York (lu Kliohange Plaoe
Nova   Sr.otla���Halifax   Branch,   Antlfronl��b
Bridgowator, Uuysboro. Londonderry, Lu -
enburg. Maitland (Hants Co.), Pictou, Port
Hawkesbury, Sydney. Shubenacadic.Truro
New    Brunswick ��� Bathurst,     Dorchester,
Fredericton, Kingston (Kent Co.), Mum:
ton, Newcastle, Sackville St, John .Woodstock*
P. E. Island���Cnarlottetown, Summorslde. Kmmlillo Wash
Grand   Furfcs, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vancouver,
Vanconver East End, Victoria.
Correspondents t
canmla-Morchants Hank of Canada.   Bonton-Nationa   Bhawmut Bank.   Chlenio-Illlnoli
Trust and Savings Hank.   Sun Francisco���First National Bank.   London,   Fun.-Bank  of
Scotland.   Paris, r'rance -Credit Lyonnais.   Bermnda���Bank of Bermuda.   China und Ja-
pan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Bonking Corporation.    Spokane-Old National Bank.
General Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   BeuKh
snd Sold, Liters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received ou the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed ou specia
deposite 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.
For domestic or steam use.
A   full   supply always  or
Kates to   all   railway  and
lake points
General Agent
Tel. No. 265.
Office  - Two  doors   west
C.P.R. offices.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited,
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always lo
Wc carry a complete Blook of Coast Flooring
Celling, Insido Finish, Turnod Work, Bash and
Doors. Spocial ordor work will receive prompt
attention:   Mall orders solicited.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
Head Offloe���Hendrvx and Vernon Wo,. Nelnon
Notico is hereby given that I intend
to npply at tile next sitting of the
board of license commissioners for the
Uity of Nelson to be held after the expiration of thirty days from the date
hereof, fur a transfer of the retail
liquor license now held by me ior the
Royal hotel, situate on Stanley street
in the City of .Nelson, on lots 3 and 4,
block 2n, subdivision of lot 05, group
1, West Kootenay distriot to Sol Johns,
nl tne City of Nelson.
Witness: I). A. McFarland.
Hated this 27th day of February,
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, N. I).
Allan Line Tunisian  March _
Allan Lino Nil mid inn Mai oh la
Beaver L'nu uarth Castle Mun'ti 11
Beaver Line Lake Ontario March 28
Alluu.Lino steamers cull at Halifax two days
From  ro'llaud.
Dominion Lino Dominion March 8
From Now York
Whll0 Slar l.lnu Ooeanlo March  6
WhltO 8Ur Line Majestic March 12
\\ lute star Llnouermanfo March in
Cunard Une Umbria March S
Ounard Lino I noanta ...March 15
Cunnvd Lino Ktruria March 22
American Line Sl Paul March 12
American Uno St. Louis March HI
Red Star Line Bouthwark March 0
Hod Star Line Vadorland March 12
Continental Ballings of Frenoh, North Ocr-
man Lloyd, li. A. P, and Italian Linos on application.
HATKS-Saloon faros $12.60, and upwards
Second $115 aud upwards according to steamer
a-d location of north. Steerage quoted 011 application. Prepaid passages front Kngland and
1 ho cont incut al, lowest rates,
H. L. BROWN,     W. P. F, CUMMING8,
City Agt. Nolson.     Gon. Agont, Winnipeg
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
HrleoB  It. O
Winnipeg Vancouver
Toronto Victoria
Ottawa Seattle
Montreal Portland
New York Snn Francisco
via Soo Line, Pit Paul, Chicago
und all U. S. points.
Tourist Sleeper Service
__.   A OT*      to- Dnnniore Jir^c-
\__A__) 1 da'y
*-41 *w * Lv. Kootenay Ldg,
Tuesday and Friday, St. Paul, Toronto
Montreal and Boston,
l4_JC*OT Leave Hevelstoko
IA/ r",^ I daily, Vancouver,
" m_t\_J 1      Seuttle, Ooast
Home Seekers' Westbound
Excursions, March I to
April 30.
ThroiiRh hookiuKs to Europe, via all
Atlantic Line
Prepaid tickets from all points at
lowest rates
Kor berths, time tables, rates and full
information apply to City Ticket oillco
H. L. BROWN, Agent.
J, S. Carter, B. J. Coylk
Dis. Pass. Agt. A. (I. P. A.
Nelson Vance are
Will pay the highest oasb prioe for all
kinds of seoond baud goods. Will bny
or sell anything from au anchor to a
needle. Fnrniture, stoves, oaiperts,
cooking utensils, bought tn household
quniititirt!. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box DOO Hall
Street, Nelson,  B, C.
Roal Estate, Fire and Lllo Insurance
Money to Loan.
Houses to Rent in all parts of the
City. See list at entrar.ee to our
offices, next to McArthur's Furniture store. Nelson   Daily Miner, Thurs ay, March 13,  1902
Surrounding Towns as to Work   With
Tourist Association.
The comraittoe of the Tourist Association has commenced their work by
sending tbe following letter to representative men in the surrounding
towns soliciting the suppoit to the
project, and in view of the fact that
the benefits to be derived from the
work of the association will not bo
confined to any one city it is expected
tbat there will be a liberal response to
the appeal:
Nelson, H. C,  March 8, 1902
Dear sii,���At a publio meeting held
here ou March 4th, it was decided to
form a Tourist Association covering,
if possible the wholo of Southwest
Kootenav. As we feel that in order
to make it a success and obtain important results by advertising our country
and placing its attractions before the
public at a distance, it is absolutely
necessary for all sections to join
Our desire is to obtain the opinions
of the merchants and business men of
each section and if the project meets
with general approval to organize
looal boaids at each point, when all
matters appertaining to eaoh section
will he under their supervision. In
that way the assoeiaion can got up an
attractive, well illustrated pamphlet,
will endeavor to obtain the co-operation of the different railways in its
distribution. It is also the intontion
of the association to appoint a good
live man as secretary who could visit
each section when necessary.
We have already started au associa
tion here. The membership fee is
fixed at (1, and so far we have met
with great suceose, having obtained a
membership of about ISO, with the
probability of getting from 50 to 100
We shall be glad if you will take
this mattor up with friends in your
neighborhood and let us have your
views as to the assistance we might
expect from your section. We shall
be pleased to get this infomation at as
early a date as possible. Yours respectfully,
(Sg.)     J. FRED HUME,
Secretary pro-tem.
Take l.ioulivo llronio Quinine Tablets. Al
druifrrlstB refund tho money if It fuilH to curo
K. W. Grovo's signature is on each box.  25o.
Those   Who Have Subscribed  Toward
the Tourist Association.
Tha following are the names of
thoso who havo joined the Trurist
association an have paid the membership foe of $1:
J. Fred Hume, A. G. Gamble, Dr.
Hall, 0. Nowling, E K. Beeston, F.
M. O'Brien, T. A Mills, E. J. Crick-
may, Rev. J. II. White, W.A. Jowett,
Clarence Goepel, W. Rutherford, A.
Booth, G. V. Holt, P. Lamont, G. W.
11. Heatheote, W. G. Brown, J. M.
Lay, J. Hampson, A. W. Munro, 0,
W. Busk, E. G Kurtz, A, J. Kerr, J.
O'Shea, H. G. Neelands, T. Madden,
C. E. Miller, T. G. Procter, Aithnr
Painter, 0. J. Wilson,Thomas Morley,
J. A. Gibson, Thoburn Allan, J. J.
Campbell, F. Starkey, S. S. Taylor,
J. G. Wilson, P. Burns, H. R. rlarri
son, S. S. Fowler, L. Ernst, A. R,
Sherwood, A. L. McKillop, G. B.
Matthews, J. A. Turner, A. Lean, J.
R. Buntor, R. M. Macdonald, E. J.
Gigot, Dr. LaBau, J. H. Vnnstone, W.
G. Thurman, H. Irvine, E. C-
Wragge, Geo. Thurman, VV. G Robinson, J. H. Garrett, A. H. Buchanan,
R. U. Williams, W. J. Caldwell, R.
S. Lennie, II. McCansland, A. Tregil-
lus, F. M. Macrae, J. Lawrence, J.
J. Malone, J. O. Patenaude, R. T.
Laing, S. A. Kelly, W. L. Smith,
Sheriff Tuck, F. Fletcher, Goo. Tierney, Rov. F. H. Graham, T. J.
Scanlan, W. P. Tierney, H. Ainas, J.
L. Parker, B. Ward, T. J. McCammon, F, L. Goodenough, F. E. Ueb-
den, Dr. Rose, Wm. Mackenzio, A. P.
Wilson, G. Stanley, J. F Weir, F.
Tamblyn, F. W. Swannell. O. G. Mc-
Laron, J. A. Giikor, J. A. Mucdonald,
T. L. Lillie, Wm. Hunter, J. L.
Stocks, E. R. Woakes, W. W. Walms-
ley, J. H. Matheson,   A. K.   Vaughn,
E. Grizzelle, O. A. Hunter, G, K.
Taeknburv, A. I). Emory, G. R.
Church, .1. H. Wallace,  A. 0.   Ewart,
F. M. Chadburn, W. R. Thomson, _).
0, Troves, J. E. Annable, W.W. Beer,
W. H. Carter, W. Downie, Capt. Duncan, D. MacArthur, J. McDouuld,
Jasper Phair.
The tonsorial establishment of J.
H. Matheson aud tbo bnsemont shop
of McMuhon and Gardner havo consolidated and are now doing business
next door to the Bodega saloon, where
they will be pleased to meet old and
now customers.
Editor Miner���Referring to the lot-
tor of Mr. Smith Curtis and your re-
murlts thereon in tbo matter of tne
resolution of the Associated hoards of
trado on tho subject of additional representation for the Rossland riding,
the recommedstion of  the  convention
is meant to be that an extra member
bo immediately given to that riding
as a measure of temporary relief. It
was framed to suit the views of some
present who stated that theie was reason to believe that the government
would favorably consider sue'n a suggestion. I think Mr. Curtis was
quoted as having expressed some hope
that such au arrangment would secure
the consent of the legislature. There
was no intention to impair the claim
of the territory covered by the operations of the association to the representation to which by its population
it will be entitled, when a general
redistribution is effected.
As Mr. Curtis points out, au equitable and conveient readjustment of the
representation of tlio Boundary distriot will involve changes is East Yale
as well as in Rossland riding, and
this can only be accomplished as pait
of a comprehensive scheme covering
the whole province. It appeared to be
the mature judgment of some of the
delegates (men who in their younger
days had been politicians) that in the
present condition of public affairs
such a redistilbution was not to be
expected and desiring to confine their
deliberations to practical and present
issues tbey did not act as thoy might
have done for five additional members
for Southern Yale and Kootenay, giving the impiession tbat I gathered
from listening as chairman to the discussion that ocenrred. Yours faithfully, G. O. BUCHANAN.
New Hats. New Hats,    New Hats.
Tho Wallace-Miller Co., Ltd.
Talk of a Smelter and Sampler���Work
on the Mines.
William Van Gasken, of Bonner's
Ferry, Idaho, is in the city on a business visit. He is bere selling sawlogs
and disposed of half a million feot to a
local concerns, ne is also looking up
a market for tame and wild hay. ne
says that there bas been an appropriation, made by the U. S. government
several years since, of 8250,000 for a
smelter and sampler at Bonner's
Ferry. It has been laying dormant
and now the people of that seotion
are talking seriously of building the
smelter and sampler and securing the
bonus. Ore could be secured on both
sides of the line. He reports that tbe
Continental mine, whioh is just south
of the boundary line and 25 miles
west of Port Hill, has been shipping
considerable ore over a wagon road
which wns constructed during the
latter portion of tlie fall and the commencement of the winter. They purpose constructing a T-rall tramway
from boundary creek to tho mine. A
concentrator are being erected at the
mine. The company has ample capital
and intends to push matters. Just
east of Port Hill Zaoh Montgomery
and associates of the Copper King
Mining Co., ere doing considerable
development work on seven olaims.
The Hosier Boy Gold Mining Co.,
enother concern whose properties are
tributary to Bonner's Ferry, has a
group of seven claims whioh has
been extensively developed. Within
a short time a ten stamp mill is to be
eroded out of which the company expect to make sufficient for development work and for the enlarging of
the 10-stamp mill to one of 25 stamps.
The country is filling up with settlers
from the south and middle west, new
sawmills are coming in and the section is enjoying more prosperity than
it has for several years.
Fine      American
Miller Co.
Beforo pKcing your order for wall
paper it will pay you to see our new
designs, F. J. Bradley and Co.
French Canadian Press Think Laurier
Has Gone Too Far.
Montreal, March 12.���Tho French
papers aro ondeavoring to arouse public sentiment against what they call
Sir Wilfrid Lnurier's imperialism.
Both the Pionnier and Debuts urge
the public to speak out their minds
upon tho proposals which are formulating themselves, both in Groat
Britain and the colonies, to be consid-
eied by tbo Imperial-Colonial confer-
enee iu Loudon next summer.
Debate declares that Sir Wilfrid lias
soparated himself from his compatriots by his yielding to the
"sinstor propositions" of Chumber-
laiu, and that his projected voyage to
London alarms the Frenoh-Cnnndlan
people. They fear thnt "he will compromise the future of our raco."
Both papers demand tbat publio
meetings shall De held throughout
CJueboe before tho premior leaves, in
order that ho may know tho real senti-
monts uf Frenoh Canada upon
Even La Presso, conservative as it
is in its views, in contrast with the
Sunday papors, asserts that military
Imperialism will never gain a foothold in Canada. It is however, willing that tho Dominion should maintain one or two training ships to open
a new career to Canadians. But that
is as far as it wili go.
AdvorUsomunlH lnnerted under this head at
the rate of one cent a word per insertion. No
advertinemont taken for lens than 25 cents.
Situation Wanted advertisements inserted
threo Union free uf chame.
FOR SALE OR RENT. ���Will sell my
house, Silica Et., or rent furnished
for tho summer to family without
children. Coal and gas ranges, electric light, fine bath, veranaa and
balcony; every convenience. C. _,
Miller, of The Wallace-Miller Co.,
FOR SALE���A house of live rooms
funisbed or unfurnished, in Hume
addition. Also crockery and hardware
store Will be sold cheap for cash.
Box 593, Nelson.
FOR SALE CHEAP- -$850 each, will
bny two well finished cottages 22x24
on Gore street, between Wartl and
Josephine. Terms easy, for further
narticulars call at Miner oflice.
FOR SA1.E���The Nelson Cafe, the
finest restauiant in the Kootenays,
best location, 25 nicely furnished
roams in connection. The best business proposition in tbo district today,
for full particulars write Nelson Cate,
Box 225, Nelson B.C.
SEVEN-Room furnished house or rent,
contains   three  bedrooms near bu&i-
ness centre.    J. E. Annable.
FURNISHED rooms with   or without
board.     Apply     on   Silica   street,
second dooi west of Ward.
Appiv   to   Mrs F. 3. Sqnires, Room
40, K. W. 0. block.
3. H. LOVE,
Nelson Employment Agency,
P. 0. Box 405. Phone 278.
Wanted���Woman   cook.       Men   for
WANTED���Respectable  young    man,
about    twonty,    willing,    and   well
inaneivd.    Apply to Steward,    Nelson
HELP of all kinds wanted and
furnished. Western Canadian Employment Agency. Large warehouse
for storage; call at Piosser's Second
Hand store, Ward stcet. ~;~"
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's Nest
Southern   Ry.     Good   wages, long
job   Headqnarters, Elko,    B.   C. A.
Guthrie Sc Co,
Foster Crafts,of Charles'own, Mass.
write home as soon as you can as
financial interest await you there.
Very important.   I. F. Crafts.
ENGINEERS, Firemen, Machinists
and Klectiioians send for 40-page
pamphlet containing Questions asked
by examining board of engineers to
obtain engineer's licence. Address
Geo. Zeller, publisher, 18 S 4th St.,
St. Louis, Mo.,   U.S.A.
Parties wishing Golf or any stockings
knitted or footed oan have them done by
applying on corner of Ward and
Victoiia street, opposite postoflice.
ProviJce of British Columbia, Nelson,
West Kootenay, TO WIT:
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias
issued out of the Supreme Court of
British Columbia, at the suit of The
Bank of Montreal, Plaintiff, and to me
diie2tod against the goods and chattels
of The Tribune Association, Limited
Defendant, I have toizeei and taken in
execution all the right, title and
interest of the said defendant, The
Tribuno Association, Limited, iu the
printing presses, cases, type, pater,
envelopes, book binding machinery,
ruling machine, power wheel, and
other printing machinery and material now stored in tho buildine
situated upon Lot 0 in Block 12,fronting on liaker street in the City of Nelson, British Columbia; To recover tho
sum of 'Three thousand and twenty-
six dollars and sixty-one cents
{$3,020.01 Land also interest on tho sum
of Three thousand and twenty-three
dollars and eleven cents (if:),023.11) at
live por centum per annum, from tho
11tli day of February, 1902, until payment, besides sheriff's poundage,
officers' fees, and all other legal incidental expenses; all of which I shall
expose for sale or sufficient thereof to
satisfy said judgment, debt and costs
upon the aforesaid premises, Baker
street, Nelson. II.U., on Friday, the
14th day of March 1902, at the hour of
eleven o'clock in tho forenoon. An
inventory of tbo goeds and chattels to
bo sold may be seen at my ofllco, next
to tbo court house, in tbe City of Nelson, on ana after the 10th day of
March, 1902.
NOTE.���Intending purchasers will
satisfy themselves as to interest and
title of tho said defendant.
Dated at Nelson, B. C, 5th March,
Sheriff of South Kootenay.
and try a bottlo, a dor.on, or a barrel of
CALGARY BEER as it Is tho best and
cnuupust on the markot. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
PRANK   A. TAMBLYN. M.......
Telephone 93 Baker BU Nelnon
If there is anything you require,ask
for  it  in    b�� solumn  ef tbe Mi Dei
N. __ Cummins, ljenntio���Kvery knowi:
variety of soft drinks. P O llox 83. Telephon
NO* 31. Hoover Street, Nelson. Bottlers of th
f.emoub Ht, Leon iiot Springs Mineral Water
A MACDONALD & Co.-Corner Fron
��� and Hall atroetH���Wholesalo ifrocor
and jobbers in blankets, glove, mitts, boots
rubburs. mackinaws and minors' sundries.
P   BURNS Sc Co.-Bakor Street, Nolson-
���   Wholesalo dealers iu fresh a      cured
meats.   Cold Storage.
Bakor Street. Nolson���Wholesalo dea
ors in fresh and oured meats,
J Street, Nelson ��� Wholesale dealars ir
hardware, mlnorH' supplies, sporting goods
M'LACHLAN BROS. Baker Stroet Nelsor,
B. C.,���Dealers in general harhware.
milling supplies, glass, pal its. Portland Ce-
ni'iiL, lire clay and Seotoh lire brick. Agents
for Wilklns and Co.'s celebrated steel wire rope
.Ll paints, oils and glass; mechanics tools
Agents foi Ontario Powder Works; lrnamite
rpURNKK, BEETON & Co.-Corner Vornon
JL anil Josephino Street*, Nolson���VVhcle
salo doalers in liquors, cigars, and dry goods
Agonts for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Uo of Calgary.
CDBON'S BAY Co.-Wholesale grocerle
and liquors etc., Baker Street, Nelson.
Ortlce oorner Hall and Front Streets
Nelson���Lumber, ceiling, flooring, and everything in wood for huilding purposes. Get oui
prices.   Correspondence solicitod.
f     A.    MilONAU),      Agent    Hazolwood
I ���   Hairy Co. Ice Cream.
Kootenay Railway  and  Na
Company, Ltd.
Shortont and quickest routo to tho east and al
points On iihe O. It. 8c N. and Northorn lJt��
cillc Ilailwayn in Wa^hing^on, Oregon and
Southorn States.
Time Card Effective Nov. 10. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry.
3:30 a. m. Lv.
10:55 p.m. Ar.
[Knnlo Ar. 4:00 p. m
Saudon Lv. 1:15 p. m
Int Nav- & Trading Oo
0:00 p. m. Lv.
11:10 p. in. Ar.
Ar. 10:30 a. ni.
Lv. 7:00 a. in.
Connoettng at Five Mite Point with Nolson
& Fort ^hoppard Railway both to and from
Rossland, oto.
Tlckots Hold to all parte in Unitod Stato*, and
Canada via (Jmat Northcrn and O. It. Be N
Co.'s lines.
Ocean stoamship tickets and ratoa vl   a
lines will bo furnished on application.
For further particulars call on or addre&s
��wirut��ir, Ktinln.H, C
O. K. Taokaouky Aurent. Nolnon B. C.
Close conneotion Bast and Westbound at Spokane with tratna of the
Spokane Fulls and Northern Railway,
U root conneotion ul. St. Paul without ohange of depot with all train! fox
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and nil points West und South,
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:40 a.'m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:20 n-ui
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 800 pin
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria und Vancouver,
Portland, Sun Francisco, and ull points
on tho Sound,
During the seuson of navigation East
hound trains connect ut Duluth with
theinugiiificentstoainships North-Weal
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Company Line, uporuted in connection witb the Great Northern liuil-
For farther information, aps, fold
ers, etc., apply to uny ugentof Hpokunn
Kulln Sc Northern Ky., Kuuiu Sc Slocan
Ky., Kootei ui Kuilwuy Sc Nuvigution
Oo ,or to
City Puss, nnd Tkt   Agt,  W  7ol  \V,
Riverside Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
Nelgou.B O
West Kootenay Butcher C&.
ALL   K1ND8   OF
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
Fisn und Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Man aver.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Stkekt, Nklson.
Oiders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which Ij Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid up   Capital,   88,000,000j   Reserve   Fund,   $2,000,000;
_,__   -���           Aggregate   Resources Over 865,000,000.
HON, GEO. A. COX, President. B^E. WALKKR, Meneral Managei
London Office: 60 l.ombnrd Street.  R.  C.
.   ____    Ne.w York 0,,lcei ���* BlChange Place.
And 08 bronchos in Oanada und tho dulled state*, Including
ATim Greenwood Nklson Sandon
FERNO?0011 _______* NEW VVK��TM.N8T��B    VANCOUVER
UNIThU) STATKS-Nkw York, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Skaoway.
Savings Bank Department.
i Deposits Rocelvod and Interwt Allowed,   Present Bute 3 Per Cent
i  Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
1(1,000 will buy cottage containing live I
rooms and '.wo lots  in lluine   Addition; beautiful view of the lake
from verandas.      Very easy terins.
$100   down   balance   in monthly pay-1
ments will buy a 6-roomod cottage, all modern improvements,
1 1-2 lots. Close to Baker street
und pleasantly situated. Full
particular* 61
R. J. STEEL, Broker, Nelson, B. C.
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIEE HOPE.
Tramway, Hoisting-, Mining- Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Unde-ground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E CROASDAILE Agent Nelson.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
aUB ******** ___,
Branoh Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kasl.
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan Cit>
Orden by moll to a*>- branch will have careful and nromot attention.
NKLSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. Be
M. moots nocond Wodnonday in
month,   Vi.-ilinK brothern wolcomo
Spokane Falls Sl
I. O. O. F. Kootonay JxhIko
No. 10, moetH ovory Monday night,
at   thoir   Hiitl,  Kootonay titroul
Sojourning Odd KoIIowh cordially invltod.
VV, IL Smith, N. O.;  Q. F. Motion, V, (J.; A.
LoughuiKL, Koe. Soc,
Northern R'v.
Nelson  Sl  Fort
Red Mountain R'v.
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter No. 123, O. R. 0.
McutM third Wcdncuduy. riojourimtfr ooinimn
inii.-i invited. Uooruc JohiiHtono, /.. T, J.
SimH,   S. K.
NELSON LODGE  No.ll K. of P,
. ^moot* in K. of i\ hall, Oddfullown block
^Jj.uvoryTuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
I/AU visiting knlghU cordially  Invito
Wm. litvtNK, O.C.
Huuu Stkvknh, K. of R. and 8.
NcIhoii Knca pincnt No. 7. MuuIh every 2nd
and ith Friday of oach month, in Odd Follows
Hall, corner llakor and Kootenay Htroutn,
Nelnon. A. II, Olnmunts, 0, P.J i). .MoArthin*
it. s. ��� Viniiimj brothen always welnomni
NELSON* L. O, L. No. IfflS muctn in Fraternity HaU oo flivi and third Friday evening*
of each month at H o'clock. Visiting momher
oordially Invited. VV. W. Hradloy. W. K,
A.Mioty. R.S.
NELSON AKltlE No. 22, F. 0, K., iiimiU
ovory SOOOnd and fourth WediiOMdayn of each
m onth. Visiting memberH cordially invlt
Charluri Prouei*i BflONHUTi
Kootonay Tent No. 7, K, Q, T, M��� hold tlioli
regular inuctlngH In Krateniity Hall, I. 0. O, F
block, on tho Ih(. aud 3rd Thursday* ut unci
month. Viiilmc brethrjti ronlially Invited tc
attend. O. A. Ilrowu R. K.; Dr. Ko-e, Com
H. J.Steel, U.S. 0.
i-i aud 3rd Wednesday eveninna
oach month at Fiaterulty hall
cornor of Itaker and Kootena]
Htrootn. Visiting broLburu cordial!} Invltod.
EinvAUD Maci.koo. Socrotorv.
Nelson Court Star of Kootenay, A. O. I-
Meutx 2nd aud 4th Wednesdays in ever)
Month. Visiting brothron welcome. V* Mac
MUllan, C. P. ; Horbvrt McUsod Sec
COURT KOOTKNAY,   I.  O.   F���  No.   818V.
Meetings  4tb Thursday of month.   Fraternal
hall, J A IrvluK C It,   l_ R. Fhrnilnu. R.
For (Irsl-clasM leather wrlto
B. C Leather Co.
Vancouver, B. C.
Rritish Columbia Agents for the cel'-briited
* r*M;iAM. " Sole Leather, Cut Solo* and
Heel Pleoef,
Harness Leathern, Riidlo, Saddle and Skbt-
lng I onlhor", I>nee and Lullgo Leathers, Up-
por Leathers of all kinds
Manufacture��� of Closed Uppers of oil
Shoomnkors' Tools and Findings  Saddlory
Hardware, HldosAUd Oils.
i    Calaloguou and prlcu ;j .' ��� on application.
For the comfort of the number ol
people who ;ire now using this
popular line, a direct daily BufiV
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
kaoe for the south, cast  and   west.
Oniy io hours to Seattle and   18
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points.
Ixiiivo DAY THA IN Arrive
it-.lo B.m H|i(ikiuie   7118 p.m.
l'2-.'lb p.m Ifu..-11,ml 4 i.'lll p.iu
10:80 a.m M mm till n B'SB p. iu.
0140 u. m Ni.Ihkii ti .45 p. m.
H. A. JAUKHON, O. P. Sc T.A.
Spnknne   Wash
Agent, Ni'Ihi.h, II.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgagk
head  ofkiok toronto,   ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to (>. L.. LENNOX. Bakac  H��.
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
���6.) NELSON B C
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tWM      ��J iJ^bh Hi^m
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Nelson Dail* Minebr Thursdw. March 13,   iqoj
WALL   Choice Designs for
PAPER      Dainty People-
The dainty colorings of this season's ^ocxls have never been
equalled. In choosing Wall Paper
yon want the prettiest and best.
Vou can get a better variety of Designs, Tints and Colors in Florals,
Stripes and Ingrains with Ceilings
and FSorders to match, at our store
than anywhere else and at prices
ranging from 7c. per roll up
Booksellers. Stationers
Show Room for Mason & Uiseh pianos
��� wv-t wvw-rW vvwwwww;
��� AAV��WVt��%>r^r\rVWAArWrV ���
Entries for the ping pong tournament must *>e in bv 3 o'clock today.
S. U. Saeney of the Hume hotel
news stand has purchased a store in
Ymir and removed to that town.
It is stated that the postoffice department has decided to establish a
post oflice at the Mollie Gibson
A certilicate of   work   was  granted
yesterday at the record office to Louise
Sinkan et   al   on   'he   Highland min
eral claim.
Several parties of prospectors left
to do assessment work on their claims
yesterday. The snow is well off some
of the lower hills where there is a
southern exposure.
A meeting of the Fish and Game
Protective Assohition is to be held in
the mission room of St. Saviour's
church at 8.30 o'clock this evening. A
full attendance is requested.
A social will be given by the
Ladies' Aid of tha Methodist chuicb.
ou Monday evening, Ht. Patrick's day,
at the home of Mis. Geo. Hell, Silica
street Refreshments will be served
anc a musical programme ot Irish
selections will be given.
Captain Fraser of the steamer
Kokanee, wbo was appointed as examiner for those trying for mates'
certificates in the Kootenays, on Tuesday received certificates for the following, vsl'o were successful in passing: John A. McDonald, William
Anderson, Kaslo; John M. VcLeod
and William Haughton..Slocan City.
Last issue of tho Canada Gazette
contains the offioial notice of tbe
appointment of Gordon Hunter of Victoria to the position of Chief Justice
of the Supreme court ol British
Columbia. Mr. Justice Aieher Martin
is also gazetted as local judge in
Admiralty of the Exchequer court of
Canada for the district of British
Columbia. A peculiarity of the notice
is that Mr.Justice Martin is described
as, of New Westminster, whieh would
give ground for the inference that he
will be expected to reside in tbat
city. This additional appointment
carries with it a stipend whicb brings
the total ne receives a ye-tr up tu that
of the chief justice. Chief Justice
McColl was judge in admiralty as
well as cuief justice while on the
] The regular monthly meeting of the
Nelson board ol ttade will be held
this evening in the board rooms at
Mrs. G. M King and daughter, of
Rossland, were at the Phair yesterday. They have been on a visit to
Totonto, Montreal, and other eastern
City workmen are endeavoring to
improve the condition of Front street
east of Ward wh-re the roadway has
been turned into a regular mudhole.
Gravel from the bank separating Lake
street lrom Ward is being used.
C. Lemoine, the contractor on the
new postollice building, who arrived
from the east Tuesday night, left yesterday for Kaslo to inspect tbe quarry
and make preparations for starting up
work again. Operations on the postollice building will probably be commenced about the beginning of next
Three men weie sumomned to appear
at the police court yesterday on a
Obsrge of gambling. Two of the trio
Adams and Williams appeared As it
was the fitst appearance in court for
the former man ho was let off with a
fine of 830. Williams was fined $50.
Frank Wilson tho third man did not
put in an appearance and a bench
warrant has been issued foi his arrest.
The Presbytery of Kootenay will
meet in St.Paul's Presbyterian church
this evening at 8 o'clock to induct
P.ev. Dr. Wright into the pastorate of
that congregation. P.ev. Mr. Ball, of
Trail, will preach. Rev. Dr.Robinson,
of Kossiand.will address the minister,
and Eev. Mr. Foi tune, of Cranbrook.
the people. The other clergymen of
the city will be present and will take
part in the proceedings. The public
are invited to be present.
Ston now, think it over, better examine our shoe stock���The Wallace-
Miller Co., limited.
When you bave any team work or
want coal or wood call up 33 West
Transfer Co, office Ward street, opposite Miner office.
Fiechtl's Comic Players gave a
farewell performance at the Opera
house last ovening before an appreciative audience. There was a change
of programme and the various numbers were well received. The Tyrol-
lean Warblers, the Birds,the Wiggins,
aud the Marionettes each in tnrn
pleasing the audience. The company
will next appear in Sandon,Kaslo and
from there go east as tar as Winnipeg.
within a few months.
Newbro's Herpicide
kills the dandruff germs
that cause falling hair
and finally baldness. No
other preparation but
Herpicide kills the dandruff genu. Destroy thc
cause, you remove the effect.
Herpicide is a delightful hair
dressing for regular toilet use.
LrvrsoBTOs, Most., Soju. 20, 'w.
I liaro nacdone-half bottu "t Bjrplolae,
and my head In Irt'O troia dandral ami my
luitr.lofSnottaUoutMfonmTly. 1 tun very
much unttiuuedoYcrtlip result*, ana nave
recommended it to a inuiiWr of my mentis.
Mtm Makiguld BaXDWIX.
for Sale at all First-Class Drug Stores.
Incident Between Russian Soldiers
and Vicksburg Sailors Sett'.ed.
Washington, March 13. ��� lt is said
tbat the incident growing out of th?
collision of the Russian soldiers and
the sailors of the Vicksburg has been
settled through apologies by the Russian commandant to Captain Harry,
commander of the Vicksburg.
Trunks, valises-
���The Wallace Miller
Demands That Turkey Cease Persecut
ing Christians.
Constantinople,March 13.���The Rus
slan embassy here is making frequent
remonstances and urging the porte to
restore order in Macedonia by abandoning its indulgence to the Albanian
Mohammedans and tbeir merciless
austerity to Christians.
Don't overlook us in our new quart
ers opposite Miner office. Ward street.
Coal and wood, West Transler Co.
Men's and boy's shirt waists and
colored shirts, latest American styles,
just received���The Wallace-Miller Co.
We have just received out new
spring stock of Wall Paper, F. ,7.
llradley and Co.
Saves Her Husband.
Tne author of the "Degeneration of
Dorothy,'' Mr. Frank Kinsella, 236
W. 2Mb st.,. New York City, was thc
victim of a little by-play���but be can
Vest tell tbe story himself.   ''I must
conless that I have been tho victim of
an innocent deception which turned
out all [oi the best, however.
I had been resting under Ihe belief,
lot some years, that coffee Served as a
lubricant to my cerebral convolutions,
in other words, 'made tbe wheels go
round' anil I have an idea that I could
not work without it ns a stimulant.
1 sooo paid the penally in nervous-
ness, loss nl llesh, Insomnia and rest-
lesness none of which troubles would
yield to any or all medicines. 1
finally got In rather a bad way and
my wife took a band in the affair all
unknown to me. Shi" purchased a
package of Postum Coffee and first
gave mo one half Postum and one
half colfee. In a little time she had
rae dovin to clear I'ostum, ami I was
none the wiser.
I noticed that I was getting belter,
my nerves were Steadier nnd 1 began
to gain llesh and sleep nights. My
work was performed far bntter than
in my old condition.
Commenting upon my greatly improved health one morning I was told
the truth. 'TIS to laugh' SO 1 submitted gracefully and joined the Postum ranks.
Experience tenches tbat boiling is
one ball the game. When the directions are earrietl out the resnlt will bo
as fine a cup of rich fragrant ooffee ns
ever delighted the senses without
ruining the nerves."
Collusion of Force and Burglers is
Gait, Ont., March 12.���A very live
topic here at present is the alleged
implication of certain members of the
police force in the robbery of Win,
Berhart's liquor store a week or so
ago. One of the special constables has
left town and a warrant is out for his
arrest. Yesterday afternoon the
council held a special meeting behind
closed doors, at which it is reported
it was decided either to ask for the
resignations of certain policemen or to
dismiss tbem. The question is to be
gone into fully at a regular meeting
of the council on Monday evening
Private citizens are also thought to
be interested in the robbery.
Rossland, March 12.���Rossland is
getting her share of the injoming
Uoid of settlers. Fifty peoplo have
come in this week for the purpose of
settling upon the land in this region.
The best land in the neighborhood Is
either tbat on Sheep creek above Melville or at the head of Violin lake.
Cecil Rhodes' Health Shows No Sign
of Improvement.
London, March 13.���The Capetown
correspondent of the Standard cables
that the breathing of Cecil Rhodes is
must oifficult and labored, and that
all the dangerous symptoms remain.
Owen Sound, March 12.��� A deposit
of iron ore has been found on the farm
of Wm. Uemstreet, in Sarawak township, aobut six miles from town The
extent ol the ore has not yot been
asceitained, but it probably underlies
about 150 acres. The ore is undoubtedly rich, as Mr. Iletnstreet melted
over a pound of iron from a piece
about eight inches square.
Monarch Special
A Watch built especially to stand
the hard usage of this country, it has
as a fine timepiece. It will be at
home on the railroad or in the
Have a look at it before  buying,
Patenaude Bros.
�� Be Sure and Get the Genuine.
1 Lawrence Hardware Company 1
_z: Sole Agents, Nelson, B. C.
To enable us to dispose of the stock of Tweede and Woollens just, purchased   at
a rate on the dollar from E. .1, Robie,   Merchant Tailor we will for the next
30 days give the largest discount ever given in ordered clothing.
Fine FokIImIi Worsted Trouserings. Made lo Order
riue Sroteli Tweed Suiting;* Made lo Order
Fine IMurli F.tiulisli Worsted Siiillii!; ��� made lo Order
. U..10
Satisfaction Guaranteed.   Union Hade.
H. M, VINCENT, Merchant Tailor. Baker St
��� ���
If you ever conic our way ami wo do not treat, you right
please publish the fact.
D. J. Robertson & Co.
Vernon St., Next New P. O. Building.
Rain coats, umbrellas, nil bers. new
goods, iust leceived; everything with
Style, quality value, you'll find here.
���The Wallace Miller Co.,  limited.
John Morley Reaffirms His .Support of
Home Rnle.
London, March 13.���As was anticipated, John Morley, M. I'., when he
spoke at Manchester tonight, strrngly
Buppurted Home Rule and Sir Henry
Oampbell-liannernian, ns against Lord
Rosebery. He advised the Liberals to
stand by their convictions aDtl said ho
failed to see how a parliamentary
majority could ba secured if tbey
quarrelled with the Iiisb, the Labor-
Ites and the radicals.
Bartlett���J, Little. Hlainuore.
Slop* Hie Cough
nii'i; Works oil Hie Cold.
Laxative Biomo-Qnlntna Tabloid euro   acold
none day.   NoOure,  nol'uy,   PrlooHo* cent.-
has been discovered on the
Valley   Coal
On the iith instant I will offer for sale the Company's stock at Sl.10
PER SHARE, payable $10 monthly per ioo shares, A further advance
will take place on April ist.    Rush in your orders.
Nelson, B. C. Official Broker
evokes mingled feelings oi  regret and
Queens���R. A. Hilton. Crawford
Hay; VV, B. Ilavey, Grand Forks; .1.
ti. Carter. .S. S. Kootenay.
Tremont���A. J. Rainville. Craw ford
Bay) E. Barrett. Majostio mine; A.
C. O'Neill, Ymir; S. I,. Myers. North-
Madden��� tt. Cole, Ymir; Mr. and
Mr. 0, L. MeCarl. Spokane; P. Dun-
thall, Krie; I). McDonald.McDonald's
l'hair���Mr. and Mrs. Kottalaek.
Kaslo; H. II. Walker, Toronto; Mrs.
li. M.King, Miss M. Johns. Rossland;
,1. Ii. Greenfield, Vancouver; T.
Allice. Victoria.
Hume -T). W, Moore, Trail: R.
Strath. W. McLeod, Winnipeg; D.
Gavin, Vancouver; J. C. Lipsett.
Winnipeg! C. I. Fagan, Vlctotia; W.
Davis, Kossiand; IF. It. Young, Trail.
(Irand Central���W. C. Mitchell,
Slocan City; M, H. Steams. Ainsworth; J. Crabson. Cornwall; V.
lllaner, Cranbrook, K. F. Zerar.
Michigan; F. J. THylor. Sault Ste
Mario; J. Harrigan. California; R.
Roy, Kamloops; U. McFall,Vernon.
Reasons   Assigned   For King's Abandoning Irish Trip.
London, March 13,���The announcement tbat King Edward bad cancelled
his visit to Ireland was published t'.o
late to elicit opinions tncreon in
Dublin. There is no doubt, however,
that this action will cause keen disappointment although the inynl
decision has been anticipated by semiofficial announcement.
There are several reasons for this
decision. The first is that the coronation festivities whieh involve fatiguing obligations and needful rest
would postpone the visit until
Autumn, when the weather is bad;
secondly, the fears that the present
temper oi tbe Irish Nationalists and
the United Irish League agitation
may lead to some offensive demonstrations; thirdly, it is said that several of the leaders of Ca'holic opinion
in Ireland have warned the government that it would be inexpedient tor
the King to visit Ireland so soon after
h's aeeession to the throne and his
declaration against [toman doctrines
in    England.       The    announcement
FOR RENT.���A desirable residence.
House contains large double sitting
room with open lire place, hall, smoking room, three bedrooms, kitchen,
etc .and modern conveniences, Largo
ardtin and tennis court. Apply to R.
J. Steel, Haker streot.
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
Roses, Bulbs
Agricultural Implements, Bee Supplies, Kruit Baskets, Fertilizers.
Catalogue Free.
M.   J.   HENRY
8000 Westminster Road, Vancouver,13. C.
The Waverley Hotel
Rates $1.00 to $1.50 per day. FirBt
class Meals, 25c. Next door to Opera
House. P. O. Hox 210. Telephone 147.
Victoria St., Nelson.
Finest and Best Bar In the City.
The best Brands of Liquors
and Cigars.
$1.00 AND $1.50 PER DAY
JOSEPH HARWOOD,   -   Proprietor
- OF
A remarkably beautiful assort,
ment of all lhe nice thingB that
go to make up a complete toilet
ontfit in many new patterns aud
shapes, all of the best quality
of Sterling Silver, and at extremely reasonable figures We
WBiit you tt) see them.
Fine Vrttch Repairing a Specialty
obtained in all countries
Registered Patent Attorney, Me-
chanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N. A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
Between S. S. Bailey, Plaintiff, and
Dellie Mining aud Mill inn Coin.
pany (ForeignI, Defendants,
Pursuant to an oidir of the Honorable, Mr, Justice Martin, made in the
above action on Friday, the y 1 st day
of February, 1002, and of the registrar's directions dated the 1st day ot
March, 1002, and filed herein, there
will be offered for sale with the approbation of the Deputy District
liegstrar at Nelson, by Samuel P,
Tuck, Auctioneer, at the couit house,
Nelson, Iiritisn Colu .ibia.on Monday,
the 17th day of March, l'.i02, at tint
hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
ALL AND SINOULAK tnat certain
parcel and tract of land and pteinises,
situate, lying and being in the Kootenay District of llritish Columbia,composed of Lot 211 in Group I, and
known upon the official plan or survey, of the said district, as the
"Dellie" Mineral Claim, for the purpose of satisfying the plaintiff's judgment, which was obtained on the l.'th
day of February, 1903, for the sum of
$6,761.97 nnd costs taxed at $24.11
with interest thereon at the rate of 5
per cent, per annum, since said date
und tho costs of these proceedings.
The purchaser will be required to
make payment in cash at elose of sale.
The purchaser will also be required
to satisfy himself as to the interest
and title of the defendants. The high"
est bidder will be the purchaser.
Further particulars may be obtained
from the plaintiff's solicitors or the
Dated at Nelson, llritish Columbia,
tllis 1st day of Marcli, 180!!.
Deputy District Registrar,
Elliot and Lennie, Plaintiffs'
In the matter of the Winding Vp Act,
C.   129   of the revised Statutes oi
Canada and amending act=, and in
the matter of the   Athabasca   Cold
Mines, Limited.
NOTICE is   nereby   given   that   by
order   uereiu   dated   the   13th day  of
February,   1002.   the   Honorable   Mr.
Justice Irving was pleased   to appoint
Robert Unmet  Tatlow.   Ksquiie,   the
Provisional Liquidator, to be  Offioial
Liquidator     of    the     above    named
Dated this llrd dny of March, 1002.
Solicitors     for   the     said    Official
Y. O. GREEN        If. B. OLEMENTD
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
cor. Kootenay & Victoria Sts. Nelson
P. O. Box 14S Telephone 2
?!Mr. Maok White, well known trainer of the
Toronto Lacrosse Club and Oogoods Football
t'lnbsays: "QrlBtUis1 Liniment Ui uneqnaUod
for athletes or those training,   I have used it
with the best nf snocesa for wore book, stUftiOBfl, I
Boronoss, sprains and nil forms of swelling and
I or salo by J. H. Vanstone, Nolaon, B. Cl
Subscriptions taken for the Nelson Daily and Weekly Miner at
publisher's prices hy J. F. DEL-
ANEY, New Denver, B. C.
About that second-hand aiticleo
yours. You'll sell it if you'll adver
tube it in The Miner want col'imp
In the matter of the Widing-Up Act,
C. 120, of tbe revised Statutes of
Oanada and Amending Acts, and
in the mutter of the Athabascf
Hold Mine, Limited.
The creditors of tho above named
Company are roqtiiren on or before the
14th day of April, 1002, to send tlieir
names and addresses and the particulars of their debts or claims and the
names and addresses of their solicitors
if any to Uobert Unmet Tatlow,
Esquire, Fairfield Huilding, Granville
street, Vancouver, llritish Columbia,
the Ctlieinl Liquidator of the said
Comoany, and ib so required by notice
in writing from said Official Liquidator, are by their solicitors to come in
and prove their said debts or claims at
the ehainburs of tf.e District Registrar
of this court at the eourt house in the
City of Vancouver, at such time as
Bhall be specified in such notice, or in
default thereof thoy will be excluded
from the benefit of any distribution
made beforo liuch debts are proved.
THER U1VKN tbat the first meeting
of creditors in the abovo matter will
he held at the^oftiees of the nndet-
signed solicitors for tUe said liquidator at 11 o'clock io the "forenoon on
Monday the 21st day nf April, 160!, nt
which among other businoss to be
transacted a resolution will he submitted tc the creditors lor their approval providing for tho salo of thu
company's assets subject to tbo sanction of "the court.
Dated this Ith day of Marcli. *���
D. 1002.
Sjliritors for the said Liqiudator


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