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 Daily Edition No. 1188
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Sunday,  November io, 1901
Eleventh  Year
Provinc:._i Libru-y _31oo
Dally News Scores Government About Prison
Government  Ready to
Ballot    Act    Into
London, Nov. 9.���The Daily
News today exhaustively surveys
the concentration camps in South
Africa with the following conclusions. The truth is that the death
rate in the camp is incom_jarably
worse than anything Asia or
Africa can show. This is nothing
to mutch it in the mortality
figures of the Indian famines,
where cholera and other epidemics
have to be contended with. The
News quotes statistics to prove
this assertion. The government
in engaging teachers for "ono year
certain" show that thoy have no
intention of ending this wholesale
destruction of human life. The
News wants all humane men uot
to wait for official reports but to
insist on the camps being broken
up and the people distributed
among their friends, or removed
to districts where a fresh attempt
can be made under competent
organization with due regard to
the preservation of life.
During the lengthy cabinet conferences this week a  representative of the Associated Press learns
the question of reforming the old
ballot laws came up for discussion.
Many of   the  cabinet  ministers
were strongly in  favor of putting
into practice this form   of   conscription, for which certain obsolete laws  provide  and thus new
legislation   would    be  obviated.
War Secretary Broderick has already caused guarded feelers on
this matter to be circulated in the
press for it appears to be almost
impossible to keep the home forces
np to adequate strength and supply the necessary reinforcements
for South Africa on the volunteer
system of enlistment alone.   Such
a  strenuous   measure,   however,
doubtless would raise a storm of
into the 'commence ot the government. It would be most imprudent publicly to state all we are
doing weekly and monthly at the
front; but what I emphatically declare is that whatever delays are
encountered, are not due to the
earnestness and ability of our guns
in the field, nor to a neglect to
comply with all of the demands
on the part of the home govern,
"We have been subject to much
vague and indifferent criticism ;
but our bitterest opponents are
unable to point out any tangible defect, any definite cause of
"I deeply regret the ravages of
war in the colonies to which we
are anxious to accord the fullest
practicable measures of self-gov
eminent; but we have had neighbors iu South Africa whose conduct for years has been a menace
to the stability of that section of
our empire. Now we are engaged
iu removing this menace ; and we
are determined to do it so effectively that it will uover require
doing again."
This declaration was received
with cordial but by no means enthusiastic applause.
Published Terms
as   Regards
of Treaty
to Have Free Hand
Mines and Railways.
The Clergy Shocked.
London, Nov. 0.���The appointment of Eev. Charles Gore to be
Bishop of Worcester has raised a
political and ecclesiastic storm
He had recently published in the
Times a strong condemnation of
the concentration camps aud other
severe measures in South Africa
for which he was stigmatised as a
pro-Boer and Canon Knox Little
replied to his letter intimating
that Mr. Gore was almost guilty
of treason and was threatened
with insanity. The Canon will
now be under the jurisdiction of
the new bishop.
Victoria, Nov. 9.���The steamer
Victoria of the Dodwell's line arrived from the Orient this evening. She bring the terms of the
new Manchurian agreement as
published by Japanese papers as
(1) That Russia is to enjoy the
exclusive title to all mining and
railway privileges   in Manchuria.
(2) That all the Chinese troops
in Manchuria are to be placed
under Russian commanders.
(3) That two years aftor peace
and good order have been restored,
Russia will withdraw one-half of
her forces, and three years after
that date, the remainder, and
(4) That the Shan Kwan-New
Chweng railway shall be restored
to China on condition that it is
never used for the conveyance
of British troops.
Rev.  James   Turner   Visits
His Former Parish-
Arduous Labors of the
vance Guard of the
of the trip up and of life there
had very much injured his health.
He has since beon nominally on
the retired list of clergymen,
attached to the Ashcroft circuit,
but has since residing there,
steadily held three services each I "Ifl
Mr. Turner received a hearty
welcom from his many old friends
of the pioneer days of Nelson.
Now Prlnco of Wales.
London, Nov. 9.���As a birthday
honor the King has bestowed on
the Duke of Cornwa.ll and York
the title of Prince of Wales and
Chester as a reward for the skiil
which lie performed the duty of
visiting all tho possessions of the
empire. The honor is considered
well merited aud meets with popular favor.
Prisoners Suffer Much,
Sofia,  Nov.  9.���A   letter
disapproval in Great Britain aud j Miss  Stone states that she is Buf
it will uot be enacted unless the
war situation shall become graver.
What chaDges have come over the
state of the country in two years
may he judged from the fact that
the war oflice has examined closely
the old ballot laws and it lias prepared an elaborate plan by which
they can be sprung upon the public at a moment's notice.
feting great hardships on account
of the movements of the brigands
and of the rigors of the climate.
The sufferings of Mine. Tsilka are
even greater. Mr' Dickinson is
conferring with tho Bulgarian foreign oflioo with a view to having
the movement of the troops stopped.
London, Nov. 9.���The feature of
of the evening of  Lord Mayor's
day was Lord Salisbury's speech.
In response to the toast to "His
Majesty's Ministers," referring to
the progress of the war in South
Africa, tha  premier said:   "It is
pleasant to record that the peace
of the world has been so little disturbed by the events of the last
two years."  Touching upon South
African developments in another
part of his speech, Lord Salisbury
said;    "I strongly deprecate tho
the spiritof pessimism so frequently heard in the utterances of some
of our public men as to the war in
which  we  are engaged.   Unlike
the wars of former years, uo longer does the capture of the enemy's
capital and the dissipation of his
held forces constitute a conclusive
victory.   We are now confronted
with asystem of guerilla   warfare
which must be slowly and  effectively stamped out.    We are progressing   slowly,    perhaps,    but
"I can't take the public wholly
Turkey Will Settle.
Constantinople, Nov. 7,���11.30
p. m.���Tonight M. Bapst, councillor of tho French embassy, received a satisfactory communication
from the Porte regarding the remainder of the French demands.
The conflict between Prance and
Turkoy may, therefore, be regarded as ended.
Public Meeting G.illci! to Insist That Vacant
scat bo Filled.
���(SPECIAL, TO Till'. MINmR.)
Victoria., Nov, 9.���The tug Sadie
this morning found the sloop on
which the Murderer Nicholas
escaped at William's head.
Nicholas' pall, Geo. Katsulse,
walked into town and gave himself up. The whereabouts of the
criminal is not known.
A. M. McNeill, principal of the
North Ward school, has bought
the business of the B. C. Supply
Company in Vancouver, and takes
possession on Tuesday.
A public meeting will be held
here on Monday night to insist
that the vacant seat for Victoria
be filled and that the government
meet the house at an early date.
The Victoria Yacht club has
drawn designs for six new racing
yachts for next season. They are
miniature models of the Columbia
and the Shamrock, and are 24 feet
long, 15 feet water line, 5 feet 10
in. beam, 4 feet draught, 328
square feet of sail area, 1,000
pounds lead keel, aud will cost
$350 each, They will probably be
built ou Turpel's ways from
dosigus by C. D. More, editor of
the "Rudder," of New York.
Capt. Boudler, R. E., is to be captain of the class.
Unequalled Railway Speed.
Berlin, Nov 0.���A speed of 95
miles an hour has been attained on
the broad gauge railway between
Berlin and Zoessen.
All German naval officers are receiving instruction in wireless telegraphy.
house is
to   arrive
Miss Hothouse Returning.
Nov. 9.���Miss Hob-
a passenger on tho
Rosslyn Castle due
in   England   on  Nov.
Ministers Condole.
Pekin, Nov, 9.���The foreign ministers in a body presented their
condolences at the yamen of the
late Li Bung Chang today accord-
to Chinese custom, They were
received with due formality. The
dean of the diplomatic corps read
an address of sympathy to which
the eldest son of the deceased
statesman replied in Chinese.
Morgan Buys More Steamers.
London, Nov. 9.���The Sunday
Special, on the authority of its
New York correspondent will announce tomorrow that J. P. Morgan has acquired the White Star
line aud that he has secured a contract to purchase the Domionion
not arrested in
22nd.     She   waa
South Africa but was refused permission to enter tho country.
A Few Soconds Shy.
St.  Louis,   Nov.   9. Crescens
this afternoon made an attempt to
beak his record of 2:021 for the
mile trot. The best be could do
was 2:07 flat.
Rev. James Turner, who conducts the anniversary services in
the Methodist church today, has
been a pioneer of the Methodist
church since he came to the province in 1875. He has always been
at the outposts of evangelical
work, carrying the gospel to the
settler, the cowboy, tho miner and
the prospector. For several years
he was stationed at Nicola and
Kamloops as headquarters, but he
conducted services at all the surrounding places where e congregation could be got together.
When the town of Nelson first
became known he was appointed
missionary in the new town, and
for three years ho labored assiduously among the prospectors and
miners in all the  territory now
commonly spoken of as Nelsou and
the Slocan.    There were then but
a few houses on Vernon street, and
but one or two on Baker street.
Though the Columbia & Kootenay
railway was building Mr. Turner,
after coming  down the lake in a
small steamer of which Governor
Lemon, of   the Nelson  gaol, was
captain, he had to walk all tho way
from  Robson.   At first the Presbyterians and Methodists occupied
the same  hall, which   they had
jointly built.   After two years tho
Presbyterians erected their church
and then  the Methodists met in
Carney's ball, though they had already secured a site for the church,
and  had a modest building which
Mr. White called the  parsonage.
During   these years  Mr.  Turner
would go by boat or canoe to Aius-
worth and Pilot Bay holding services at  both places,  then on to
Kaslo.    From there the trip had
to be continued on foot over a
trail which was none too good and
in places, as the prospectors put it,
where  one had to hold on by his
eye brows, to Three Porks as the
next stopping place.    A trail, and
in some places only a blaze, was
followed to New Denver and then
on to  Nakusp.   After being here
about a year an assistant was sent
who made Kaslo his headqurters.
Mr. Turner, on arriving at Nelson on Friday, was astonished at
what Nelson had grown to in the
years he has been  gone.     He is
familiar with all the new towns of
British   Columbia,   but has seen
none   in   which the evidences of
substantiality have developed so
quickly as here.    The town looks
as if the people wore providing for
50 years ahead, he said.
After leaving Nolson Mr. Turner was stationed at Clinton with
charge of all the mission stations
throughout the Cariboo and Lil-
looet country. Finally that field
grew until the northern part was
made a separate charge and Lil-
looet became his central station.
He was then appointed by the
Mission board of the church to go
to Klondike with the first rush
and set out in February, 1898, by
the Stikine route. He hauled his
sled with provisons andoutfltover
snow and ice for 000 miles. The
route was not the best that could
have been but being the all-
Canadian one he chose that.
He stayed two summers
and one winter in Dawson
I but the hardships and privations
Uncovered Under
New  Federal
Mr. Wethered Outlines the work Under Way
Mr. Oliver Wethered, of the
London & B. C. Goldfields, in a
letter to the board of tho Ymir
Gold Mines, Ltd., gives a very
gratifying statement of his opinion of the great value of the Ymir
The long tunnel, he states, is in
a distance of 1,500 feet out of a
total of 2,100 feet and progress, is
being made at tho rate of 150 a
month. The shaft is down 700
feet and at 1,000 feet will intersect the long adit tunnel. As to
the value of the ors the monthly
remittances speak for themselves,
and stoping has been done only
down to the third level. All these
results have been obtained from
but a small portion of the property
so a crosscut is being run from
the shaft to intersect the vein on
the Mugwnmp claim. The 80-
stamp mill is doing excellent work
and when the cyanide plant is
completed, which will be about
the end of the year, a greater
quantity of ore can be put through
as the coarser screens can be used.
He advises the installation of
more water power which has al
ready been recorded.
In conclusion, Mr. Wethered
expresses appreciation of the excellent work being done by Mr.
Robertson in administering the
affairs of the company; by Mr.
Powler, the consulting engineer ;
Mr. Barnhart, tho mine superintendent ; Mr. Holden, the assistant
engineer in connection with the
cyanide plant, and Mr. Turner,
the mine foreman.
Fifty Feet Wide and Carrying   Fifty   Dollar
Helena, Mont., Nov. 9.���A big
strike of free-milling oro has been
made in excavating for the government buildings. The full
width of the vein has not yet
been ascertained but it may be 40
feet. By the terms of the contract the ore taken out is the
property of the Federal government and not of the contractors.
Two assayers havo made returns on
the ore and their returns on tho
ore and their returns differ widely, one saying it is crystallised
lime and carries no value while the
other who took the rock excavated
yesterday said that the value was
something less than $50. He says
it is as good a prospect as has
been uncovered in the vicinity
Why Labarthe Slopped Out.
Rossland, Nov. 0.���It  has  been
arranged   that    Oscar   S/.onfcagli
will  succeed   Jules   Labarthe   as
manager of the Trail  smelter and
he is expected to arrive in  a  few
days.   Mr. Frecheville  has  given
out the statement that the  nonunion gained the impression that
the   new   foremen    were    union
sympathisers        thus        placing
their positions in jeopardy.     This
was   no   part   of Mr. Labarthe's
programme as he wished ouly to
procure the best men.  Mr. Frecheville recognised that  the views of
the men who had stuck  so  manfully to the   company   were   entitled to consideration  in  which
opinion   Mr.   Labarthe  coincided
and as  they both  believed  that
any suspicion that the union is to
have any voice in the management
of the smelter would be detrimental to  the interests of  the company, Mr. Labarthe at, great personal sacrifice, resigned.    Ou  this
being communicated  to  the  mou
they returned to work.
Tracing the Murderer.
Victoria, Nov.���Geo. Katchules,
the partner of Nicholas, the murderer who is seeking to escape from
the police, has told tho police that
he lauded the murderer from his
sloop at 4 p. m. yesterday near
Port Angeles and the tug Sadie on
which is a police party has gone
in pursuit. Katchules sailed the
sloop back to the inn and landing
near Albert Head near whore she
was found drifting half full of
water by a local pilot and on being taken to identify it, Katchules
who had told of being landed at
Sydney ou the island, said this
statement was false and the facts
were that he had landed tho murderer at Port Angeles.
The Birthday In New York.
New York, Nov. 9.���The British
societies of the city celebiated the
King's birthday by a banquet at
Delmonico'B  at  which 1)0   guests
were present.   Iu responding to
the toast "General Kitchener and
the troops  in South  Africa, and
General  Chaffee and   the   troops
in   the    Philippines."       General
Brooke said  in   part:   You   talk
about   Gen.   Kitchener   and   his
troubles in South Africa.   In time
the   English   ling   will   proclaim
freedom over all the  territory of
South Africa. General Chaffee and
our brave generals are lighting the
sunn) battle for Cod, and freedom,
and civilization  in  the far away
Philippines  against   insurmountable difficulties.
Rossland Ore Shipments,
Rossland, Nov. 9.���The ship-!
meuts of orr from the Rossland
camp for the week wore: Ls
Loi 3,720 tons, Le Roi No. 2 810
tons, Rossland Great Western 00
tons; total 4,020; total for year,
252,358 tons.
Not Yet Recalled.
Washington, Nov. 9.���Minister
Wu has received official notification of the death of Li Hung
Chang but not of his recall as
minister at Washington. The appointment of Wan Wen Chao as
the chief advisor on foreign affairs
will be beneficial to Wu's interests.
A I'd.In Rumor Denied.
New York, Nov. 9.���A Tribune
London dispatch states that the
report that the attempt of the
Russian minister to foice Li Hung
Chang to sign the Manchurian
treaty hastened his death is probably not true. The appointment
of Yung Shi Kai as viceroy of
Chi Li is looked upon with favor
as he is considered favorable to
the British.
Hunting the Convicts.
Kansas City, Nov. 9.���Armed
guards, assisted by farmers,today,
after unceasing soarch, captured
three of the escaped convicts, making a total of twelve. There are
fourteen still at large.
Free of the Plague.
I    Glasgow,  Nov. !).���The authnri-
| ties are satisfied that tho bubonic
J plague has been stamped out. Nklson  Daily Miner,  Sl'nimy.   Novfmuer io,  1901
The Nelson Miner
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Daily, per y^ar foreign    9 00
Weekly, per half year |1 25
vVoekly, por year    2 00
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Some idea of the capital invested
iu the American mining and metal
lurgical industry is given in the
dividend statement published in
the tables of the Mining and Engineering Journal. In the quarter
ending October 31st the dividends
paid by companies reporting to
the Journal amounted to $39,782.-
235. Since January 1st the disbursements aggregate $132,103,000.
This total would be considerably
increased were it possible to add
the dividends paid by private and
close corporations that do not take
the public into their confidence so
far as their profits ate concerned.
In this list are included several
dividend payers of British Columbia. According to a recent compilation the lode mines of British
Columbia have paid $7,134,337
since the industry was commenced.
That is the sum that has been
learned. There have been a mini
ber of companies and individuals
operating who have not informed
the public as to what their profits
were and these would bring the
total dividends paid to something
over $8,000,000. This is not bad
when the conditions under which
the industry has been brought to
its present condition, and the
short time that has elapsed since
it was founded are considered,
The Kootenays, when lode mining
was first commenced, was in its
primeval condition without trails,
wagon roads, bridges, railroads or
reduction plants. Now all these
conveniences have been provided,
as a consequence of the lack of
these conveniences the mine
owners iu the early period of the
industry were subjected to very
heavy expenditures to provide
them aud as a result the profits or
dividends have been smaller than
they would have been had the
conditions been favorable. Now,
however, that there are transpor
tation facilities almost everywhere
and a number of reduction plants
the profits of the mine owners will
be larger and there should and
will be an increase in the volume
of the dividends paid.
ing gold belt which will now be
rapidly developed as the advent
of the railway will make it possible.
At frequent intervals strikes,
like that made on the Horseshoe,
which was published in Saturday's
issue of The Miner, are heard of
and only attract passing attention. The time was, aud only a
few years ago, when the reportjof
a strike like this would have
caused a stampede. The ore of j
the Horseshoe from near the surface goes 3,025 ounces or $1,810 to1
the ton. This is a bonanza value.
The Lardeau has this advantage, the ores are of such high
grade and the ground is not hard
and these qualities make it possible for poor men - to develop
mines. Enough ore can be taken
out during the operations to not
only pay for the work, but to
leave a profit, and in this respect
the section has advantages over
nearly all the other mining districts of the province, The smel-
er raturns from the Triune and
other shipping mines have been
extraordinarily large and stamp
the section as ono of great merit.
Stimulated by the prospect of
transportation there has been renewed activity in the Lardeau
section, tributary to the railway
branches under construction, during the several months past, so
that when the road is ready to
receive ore there will be a large
tonnage available, When the
road is finished, too, there will be
an opportunity of getting in tools,
machinery and supplies at a much
less cost for transportation than
at present, as everything has now
to be packed. The district should,
during the coming season, be the
scene of much activity, and doubt
less many fortunes are awaiting
the energetic and the enterprising
in this rich country. It should
therefore be even a more alluring
field for the miners of the Kootenays than the Klondike or Horse
fly placers, because it really offers
greater advantages. There should
be considerable of a rush in there
as soon as the snow leaves next
That the Lardeau is a section of
high grade ores is demonstrated
by the smelter returns that are
being received from the ores that
are being shipped from there. In
tho map which was recently issued
of the Lardeau district, which included Fish Creek and the Upper
Duncan, and which embraces portions of tho Trout lake, Lardeau
and Ainswiirth divisions, about
1,400 claims are shown, All of
these with thu exception of a very
few located near the banks of the
northeast arm of Upper Arrow
Lake, will be tributary to the
branch railway which tho Canadian Pacific Railway Is now building from Lardo on Kootenay Lake
to tho northeast arm of Upper
Arrow Lake. Many of the claims
in tho section were staked ten
years since and their owners, in a
number of instances, have beon
waiting patiently for tho time
when tho country would be opened by a railway, and now that the
road is being built the hopes of
these men who have remained
with the district, confident of its
merit, should bo rewarded.
The railway will open up as rich
a section as has yet been found in
British Columbia. It has very
rich silver-lead properties as well
as those which carry gold, silver,
copper and lead. In addition to
this it has an extensive free niill-
E. J. South, secretary of the
British Columbia Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals,
is in the city. The society was
incorporated in 1805 with headquarters in Vancouver and it has
flourishing branches iu Victoria,
New Westminster and Nanaimo.
Letters are continually being received by the society from the
interior speaking of horses being
compelled under cruel lashings to
draw loads over rough trails, when
at the same time their owners seldom if ever feed them, but allow
them to eke out a miserable existence upon what grass or food
they may find. In the winter especially this means starvation and
eventually death. Other writers
speak if usages which are simply
inhuman and monstrous in out of
the way districts, ft seem* hard
to believe that these persons could
so ill-treat animals, but it is known
to be truo. In order, therefore, to
enlarge the scope of tho work of
preventing cruelty to animals the
secretary has been sent to organize branches of the society ill this
nnil oilier cities in the interior. It
is earnestly hoped that there will
be a good atteiidancu at the
forthcoming meeting as there is
need for such an organization here
and elsewhere. The fact that there
is such nn org uiizition in existence in a place acts as a deterrent
ou those who otherwise would bo
cruel did thoy not know that
thoy are liable to (ino or imprisonment for renting their spite on
animals iu their charge. The
formation of this branch body is
something in which all humane
peaple should interest themselves.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loon on Straight Mortgage
Apply to O. ti, LENNOX.   Bakw   S>,
Vol .on
Grocery and Liquor
Our Fall Stock of
Furniture and Carpets
is now complete.
We buy of the LargeBt Manufacturers and Importers.
J. 0. BUNYflN & 60.
The Complete House Furnishers.
If there is anything you require.ask
tor  it  in    li- aniumo  of tbe Miner.
The following Goods arc now in stock
or will arrive in the course
of a  few   days;
Two carloads of Ontario Canned Goods.
One carload Assorted Groceries from the East.
One carload Assorted Groceries from the West.
A direct shipment from England of Peak, Freen &
Co.'s Fancy Biscuits; of Pascal's Sweets and of
Rowntree's Confections.
New Evaporated Fruits direct from California.
One carload of Canadian Whiskies.
One carload of Imported Liquors from Victoria.
A direct Shipment of the Celebrated Kilmarnock
Whiskey, straight from Glasgow.
A direct shipment of Sherry and Claret from France.
A direct Shipment of Port Wine straight from Spain
One carload of the celebrated Hudson's Eay Flour.
Half a carload of Choice Fall made Creamery Butter.
One carload of Timothy Hay.
One carload of Upland Prairie Hay.
Three carloads of Ashcroft Potatoes.
One carload of Oats.
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brings instant relief, even in tbe worst
oases.   It oures when all else fnils.
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To my astonishment the trial aoted like a
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After having it carctnlly  analyzed,
no opium, morphine, chloroform or ethei
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Nkw Yohk, .Tan, 3,1001
Dn Tait liitoH. MbdioinhOo,,
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Fever, aud its composition alleviates all
troubles which combine with Asthma.
Its success is astonishing and wonderful.
cau state   that Asthmaleno contains
Very truly yours,
Avon Ki'Uimih, N. Y, Feb. 1, 1001.
Dus. Tait BbOS, MBDICINB Cn.
Gentlemen ! I write this testimonial from u, sense of duty, having tested the
wonderful effeot of your Asthmalene, for the cure of Asthma. My wife has
been Billeted witb spasmodic asthma IOT tho past 18 years. Having exhausted
my own skill as well us many others, I chanced to see your sign upon your
Windows on bin th street. New York, I at onoe obtained a bottle of Asthmslenu.
.My wife commenced taking it tboi)t the first of November. I very noon noticed
a radical Improvement, After using one bottle her Asthma luis disappeared
anil she ii entirely free from all symptoms. I feel tbat I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are iilllioted with this distressing disease.
Yours respectfully, O. D. l'HBLPh, M. d!
D��. Taft Mhos, Meiucinf. Co, Feb. 5, 1001.
Gentlemen I I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remedies, hut they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and
started with a trial bottle. I found relief at ouce. I have since purchased your
full sized buttle, and I am over grateful. I have a family uf four ohildren, and
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Home address, 2Xi Hivington street, 8. RAI'HAEL,
07 East 120th 8t,,New York Oity.
Paid-up   Capital,   88,000,000;   Reserve   Fund,   82,000,000j
Aggregate  Uesourc.es Over 865,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. K. WALKER, Oeneral Manager.
London Office: 60 Lombard Street,  B. tn
New York Office; lb l��xctnin���c Place.
And 68 branchos ill Canada and Iho United States, Including!
athn grricnwood nelson sindon
Okaniiroob.        Kammopb Nkw Westminster   Vanouuvkr
Fernie Nanaimo Rossland Victoria
YUKON DISTRICT-Dawson and White Horse.
UNITKl) STATKS-Nkw York, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Skaoway.
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Received ��nd Interest Allowed.   Present Rate 8 Per Cent
Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
The new Oonl City is owred by the Similkameen Valley Coal Compnny,
Limited; who have placed one thousand lots on the market nt the following
prices: from $50 to 8225, one fourth cash, balance three, six and nine months,
without interest.
There is also a small block of the first ono hundred thousand shares renminbi be sold Bt 35c, 5c. a share down, balance in 8ix monthly payments. When
theso are Bold the shares will be advanced to $1 each by the Company.
The Compnny's land, including Iho townsite of Ashuoln, is underlaid with at
least three fine seams of coking, steam and furnace coal. The Compnny alto
own the water rights and at least 25,000,000 feet of fine timber. All the above
is owned by the one Company, aud every shareholder will participate iu tbe
profits accruing from the sole of Buy of the above mentioned property.
A full force of men are now nt work and will be kept on continually during
the yesr.   For further information apply to.
E, J. STEEL, Official Broker, Nelson, B- 0-
Or Vedder & Ounningam, Greenwood, B. C.; J. E. Church, Viotoria, B. 0.; W
W. Fellows, Sundon, B. 0.; C. E. Douglas, Vancouver, B. C.
Ilo not delay.    Write at once, addressing   Dlt.   TAFT BROS, MEDICINE
OO., 70 East 130th St., N. Y. City.
Sold by All Druggists.
NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK. NELSON. B. C, t
Gold, Silver-Lead  and  Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE. J
FREE   MILLING   GOLD  properties  wanted at once for Eastern f
investors. ���
Parties having   mining   property for  sale are   requested to send >
samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition. <
We desire  to  hear from prospectors who have promising mineral J
claims in British Columbia. J
Prospectors   and   mining   rr.cn   are requested   to make  the  EX- J
CHANGE their headquarters when in Nelson. 4
All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID. >
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to f
Telephone No. 104.   P. O. Box 700. NELSON, B 0. {
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Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelaon, "Kaslo
Sandon, Tkrae Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Ord��r�� by man to ��p�� branch will have careful and nratnot attention.
will be Given Away with
one pound of No.   i   Coffee
for 50 cents cash.
Watch Our Adv't next week.
Be  sure and get the genuine   BENNETT'S GDTTA PEKCHA FUSE,not
something that looks   like   It.    Lawrence Hardware Co., Agents.
Civil Engineer* and Provincial Land
P. O. Box US .Kelson, IM' Nelson   Daily  Miner,  Sunday November 10, 1901
��� mine situated to the
lower   end   of
:    MfNING NEWS.     |
���.������������������������������������������������������������������������ j
M H Gilliam leaves this morning
bv the Crow's Nest steamer with
si��� men to carry on work all winter
on the Bayonne
westward of the
Kootenay lake about twenty  miles.
He and they will complete about
four miles of trail yet unfinished. A.
I Davenport will go down on
Tuesday and will take in provisions
enough to do the camp all winter.
He has had some difficulty getting
a pack tram but has arranged for
three horses which he will take
wlth him. He can probably arrange
lor some animals now at Sanca.
Mr. Gilliam and he have taken
a bond on this properly for $20,000
and a second payment of $2,000
wil| be made on Monday. Mr.
Gilliam will remain at the mine all
A new contract has been lot on
the Juno on Morning mountain.
The contractors began operations
ear'y last week and yesterday a pack
train was scut from this city loaded
with supplies. Operations are to
be carried on on the Juno during the
Copper��� London, finri. iHs. Od up 3s.
fid spot; ��04, 15s. futures: Now York
(16.511 to SIT for lake, 81G.37>_ to 810.
65 ���; for cast hip.
Lead���London,��11,lOs.down 2s. (id.;
New York, $4.87>_.
Silver���London,2(17-1 nd ; New Yoil<
Slop* I In' loiii'.li
mill  llorl s nil' 11,,' Colli.
Uxntlvo Bromo-Qnlnlno Tablets euro a cold
inoiit'iluv.   No Ours, No Pay.   Price 25 cents
'^guaranteed '���*���
wholesome ��� ,.m
h:and effective:
$ij|e!rJQirto Alum Bakjrig:
Powders..: Equal to arty
after AjfitiAlum |afc$p
i ^WirJeV^aod costs jjiife?
close. Following was the program :
Song, The Vagabond, R. M. Macdonald ; club swinging, Chief Lillie;
song, Kingdom Coming, E. Crick-
may; violin solo, W. Hedley; song,
J. A. Honeyman; song, Under the
Union Jack, G. L. Lennox; boxing
contest, J. W. Ford vs. H. B. Winters; song, The Millionaire, E.
Criddle; solo, instrumental, J. A,
Mt'lward; song, The Kings Own,
Melville Parry; baton exhibition, C,
MacAstocker; song, T. G. Procter;
stump speech, A. C. Clarice; song,
J. R. Robertson; solo, instrumental,
VV. 13. Pollard; song, C. A.
Prosser; boxing contest, J.J. Chambers vs. A, Sargeant; song, R.
Annual Kllle Match R. M. R.
The following is the result of
tho annual rifle match of the
members of Nelson company 11.
M. It. shot yesterday afternoon.
The light was bad aud the last
men shot in what was practically
darkuess. For the encouragement
of the new men the competitors
were divided into classes A and B.
The names appear iu order of the
scores made:
Class A, 100 yards ���Lt. McLeod,
Pte. Preston, Corp. llichardson,
Lt. Brown, Pte. Grant, Pto. Carrie.
Class A, 200 yards���Lt.  Brown,
1 Lance Segt. Steel, Lt. McLeod, Pte.
Carrie,  Corp.    Richardson,    Pte.
Class A, 500 yards���Lt. McLeod,
Pto. Robie, Pte. Hoyce, Lance
Segt. Steel, Pte. Preston, Pte.
Class A, 000 yards���Corp. Richardson, Lt. McLeod, Pte. Preston,
Lt, Sergt. Steel, Pte. Robie, Pte.
Aggregate���Lt, McLeod, Corp.
Richardson, Lt.-Sergt. Steel, Lt.
Brown, Pte. Preston, Pte. Robie.
Lt. McLeod wins the cup which he
holilj for ,1 year.
Uhvss R, 100 yards ��� Sergt.
Wadds, Pte. Embree, Pte. Dier
��nd Pte Rlaney, (arq.) Pte. Stra-
chan, Bugler Stead.
Class R, 200 yards-Pte. Dier,
Pte. Blaney, Pte. Embree, Sergt.
l'oi'ter,I>te.Strachan, Pte. Holmes.
Class li, 500 yards���Pte. Wadds,
Bugler Stead, Pte. Dier, Pte. Van
Home, I'te.Strachan, Pte. Holmes.
Glass B, noo yards���Pte. Em-
U|w, Sergt. Wadds, Pte. Strachan,
Sergt, Porter, Pte. Holmes. Hugler
Aggregate-Sergt. Wadds, Pte.
Embree, Pte. Dier, Pto. Strachan,
i'to. Blaney, Bugler Stead.
" Was aw<��'-AU(indodan<l successful Affair.
The Program.
The smoker given by  the Nelson
Boat Club at the Opera House last
evening was a pronounced  success.
he auditorium was crammed to the
Wors by ;m audience which was
enthusiastically bent on having a
(food time.    The performance given
)' the amateurs was most interest-
nS !'"d ran from boxing bouts to
s"loes by ;l violin viituoso, and each
��r 'hese met with about the same
"mount of appreciation, judging by
"W vociferous applause given. Dr.
w> J. Qulnlan gracefully filled the
Position of chairman, while R. E.
^hlnirn was an able referee of the
w*ing bouts- So many encores
were demanded that it was midnight
"-lore the performance  came to a
On Monday, November 13th, the
Auditorium Stock company of
Spokane, will commenco a week's
engagement at the Nelson Opera
house. Oil the opening night,
"Wanted, a Wife," will be the attraction and as tho company has
an extensive reportoiro a new play
will be given each evening. The
company is well spokon of by the
papers of Spokane.
The funeral of Ernest Shaw, the
nine-years-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Aligns G. Shaw took place yesterday afternoon and a large number
of friends paid the last tribute of 1 espest to tho departed lad.
The floral tributes of friends and
schoolmates were numerous and
many of them beautiful. Mr. and
Mrs Shaw desire to return their
sincere thanks to their friends old
and young for their many kindnesses shown during the last illness and after the death of their
beloved child,
Hair Brushes
Nail Brushes
Tooth Brushes
Clothes Brushes
We are showing a
splendid new lot at
Very Low Prices.
Hair Brashes 50c, to $3.50.
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
H. & M. BIRD
Moiii'.v t�� fiom.  On Improved   Rf nl  I'���lalt'
lsl MorlvaK*-'* at H per cent.
% 850 Pour roomed house and cellar
_ and improved lot uu Mill street,
planted with fruit trefs
If 850 House nnd lot on Observatory
streot, west of Josephire, cash
$250,  balance easy terras
$2800 Higlit room house and two oorner lots, plumbing complote.elec-
trie light, %(M eish. SHOO in 12
months and assume $1M0 loan
(25 Seven room house, modern improvements, corner Stanley Street
and Mines Road
$20 Six room house, corner of Observatory and Stan lev Streets
%\:> Cottage oor Ward and Gore stroets
$25 Furnished house on Carbonate St
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.
The Leading Canadian Whisky-Try It
To be had wholesale in bulk,
2, 4 and 7 years old,  In cases
'83 and STAR
from the warehouso in Nelson
R. P- Rithet & Co-, Limited
__' li- \jr_\l_ X   BeproseifSflve
P. O. Rov 521
Wishes to inform the public that
he has started In business as a
Chimney Sweep. Work carefully
and promptly attended to. Orders left at Prosser's second-hand
store, Ward Street.
For domestic or steam use.
A  full   supply  always  on
Kates to   all  railway and
ake points
General Agent.
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two  doors   wesi
C.P.R. offices.
The Rossland of the Lardeau
Full particulars of
IIMVr, llliukl U. HOTABY
.Vlnclormorii Mines.   CorreenondenosSolicit
wruroRRMrcPK b. c.
AdverUwjinonta lnsurterl under thin head at
the rate of 0110 cunt a word per Insertion. No
advertisement taken for tohH than 25 oentn.
Situation Warned advertiricratinta inserted
throe times froo of chance.
FOR    RUNT.���On   Josoplnne     streot,
between Silica and Particulate street
an   eleven   roomed honso   excellently 1
adapted for a private boarding house.    i ��     ....,    ,   ,.   ,  ,,,,,     ,,' i       ' ;	
Contains all conveniences. Thoroughly   BL, Nelson.   Day 'plumi202. Night '"none M7.
renovated recently.    Deer Hros.  ������ ������ .
HOUSE   tu rent'on  Vernon     street.   AKiiATKU AMU MLNKUAL WATERS
Apply Captain T. .1. lJunuan.
' 1 _    J. ROBERTSON & CO.���Next door to
I s.  th""
li'UKNISBD        ROOMS.���Apply       on
Silica,      Kocoud   door   west      Ward
ROOMS and HOARD. ���Every convenience;   south east   corner of   Carbonate and .lui-epbine street.
ROOMS TO RENT. ���K. VV. C. Block-
Two rooms en suite on Ward st.,
also rooiuB facing the west. On September 1, two sir^io rooms and two
or three on BU.te facing Baker st.
Furnishei or unfurnished. Mrs. F.
J.'Squ.re,  Room 11,  K.    VV. C.  Hloelc.
WANTED���A     position     as     liouse-
keeper for family or   mess,   or   any
place   ol   trusc   by ��� an     experienced
woman.    Applj 0, Miner Office.
EMI'LOYMIONT.-All   kinds  of   help
wanted���Orders     for   help    receive
prompt attention.   R. Purdy, Employment agent.     Phone   44.    i'   O.    llox,
WANTED.���By a woman work of any
kind.      Would   pefer   looking   after
offices.    Enquire at Nelson Cafe.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's Nest
Southern   Ry.      Oood   wages, long
job   Headquarters, Elko,   11.   C. A.
Guthrie ,t Co.
NELSON Employment, Agency,  linker
street.    Phone 278.    J.  U. Love.
WANTED���Cook,   2ml   Cook,   Dishwasher, Laundress
PUBK liiiiint' viilil properties���We are
n,ixi'��n* t�� atrurc a fiiw True iilllllliK K'llil
properties ill once. The Frusprcloi-'a Exchange, Nelson, II. V, Ituoiu 4, K.-W.-C.
ut>i.n sii.vhii < orrr.lt Mint���Mines   anil
prospects wauleil.   Smiil report nnil samples to ihe Prospector's Bxehunge. Nelson.
B.O.   itooin I K.iW.-O, block.
Saves Two From Death,
"Our little daughter ha 1 an almost fatal attack of whoopiDg cough
and bronchitis," Wiitus Mrs. W. K.
llaviland, of Armonk, N.Y., ''but
when all other remedies failed we
saved her life with Dr. King's New
Discovery. Our niece who had consumption in an advanced stage, also
used this wonderful medicine and
today she is perfectly well." Desperate throat and lung diseases
yield to Dr. King's New Discovery
as to no other medicine on earth,
Infallible for Coughs and Colds,
50c. and $1.00 bottles guaranteed
by Canada Drug & Book Co. Trial
bottles free.
 ===____==== i
You can put in your coal and then light the fire
from the top. lt has a large ash pan so the ashes
can be removed without trouble. It has a draw
grate so the clinkers will go down in the ash pan.
Ask for the
Ox Air Blast
& CO.
i       MADDEN    BLOCK
\  Cigars...
I Phone 117
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors-
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at HLOTHAY. Tanle, NELSON
Ollicos now oooupled by R. M. Mue-
iiiinalil; pussHNsiun He. 1st*
7-room     liouae,      modern   convenience, $32.
6-room     liouae,    modern     conveniences, 818.50.
4-room house, water only, 111,
Two lots, Observatory at; $150.
fi-room house, lairbonuto at.   81.000
7 room house,  Ciirhonnte st,    %", 100.
J-l     N. M. Cummins, Losmio���Kvcry kuowu
viiriuty of sofL drinks.   1' o liox 8S.  Toloplion
No. ill. Hoover Stroiit, Nolson.   Bottlonsol the
1 .IIUIIII-, au Loon Hot Uprliixs MiuuriU Wiitor
C1ANK _ MACUONALU (II. Caiio, Jamo
/ A. Mucdonuld)���Arciutools uud nuuorin
tondouu, Broken Hill Ulook, coruor Uukur and
Ward Sitcoi*. .Nolson
A MACDONALD & Co.-Cornor Kron
��� and Hall blroelH���Wholesale K'^.-or
und jobbors in blankets, kIovos, milts, boots
rubbers, maukinaws aud niiuors' sundries.
[_�� UUHNS & Co.-Bakor Street, Noliou-
X. ��� Wiiolesale dealers iu fresh a d cured
meats.   Cold SloraKC.
liaker Street, Nelson���Wholesale doa
orH in fresh and cured moats.
-J   ytreet,   Nelson ��� Wholesale   dualals  in
hardware,  miners'  suiiplies,  sportin_  goods
VI 'l.ACHLAN BROS, (Successors to Van
XU. couvor Hardware Co. LU1.) Baker Struot.
Nelson���Wholesale dealers in hardware and
iiiininn supplies, plumbers' uud tiusmilhs' .1111
puintH, oil., anil kIuhs; mechanics' tools
AKoals foi Ontario Powder Works; lfnamile
11URNKR, BEETON &Co.-Corner Vernon
. and Josophiuo Slreots, Nelson���While
sale doulors in liquors, cigars, aud dry goods,
Agents for I'ahst Brewiug Cu. of MUwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.
II UD.SON'S HAY Co.-Wholosale groceries
XX   and liquors ut.c, Bakor Sli-eet, Nelson.
Olllou corner Hall and Kronl Slrocte
Nelson���Lumber, ceiling, llonring, and every
thing tn wood for building purposes. Gut out
prices.   Correspondence solicited.
P. L. S.
KASLO.   B.   C.
Mineral ulaUvu and mines suiveyed.
Will pay the hiKheet oaah price for all
kinds ol HDi'oiul hand goods. Will buy
or Bell anythinR from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oaiperte,
-ooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Aho oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Addrasc
Silver King Mike, Box 200, Hail
Street, Nelson, B, C.
rp   GALLON te CO.���Dealer* In  oro siicks
.-mil IwinoH.   AUvuvs n largo Muck  un
. Toluphoiium  Uoum 44. K.-V.-C Illotjk
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
Take Notice that I, Mar Kim,
have purchased the laundry biini-
ni'H.s of Kim Chung and that I will
not be responsible for any debts
contracted by Kim Chung.
Nov. 7, 1001. MAR KIM.
Spokane  Falls 6l
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by m��i! receive careful and prompt attentirn
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We nre showing thin Hflimon a full
line of these goods and  eolicit your
isl.i'i-iiml |iii!riiiiiiKti.
Lawrence Hardware
Northern R'v.
Sheppard R'v
Red Mountain R'v.
For the comfort of the number of
people who are now lining this
popular line, a direct daily Buffet
Car service has been inaugurated,
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable on any of the
larger railways in Canada or the
U. S.
Close connections made at Spokane for the south, east  and  west.
Only 10 hours to Seattle and 18
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points,
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrivi
ii: 1 r. 11. in Hpoknne 0lit p.m
12:25 p m If us.'. I urn I 4:30 p. in
10::i<) a.ni Mountain fi'Mi p, m.
11:40 a.m Nelson 0:45 p.a.
H. A. JACKSON, O. P. Ac T.A.
1 Spokane   Waai
Agent, Nelson. B.O
���nil trr t, IhiIUii, a rtorcn, or n bnrrcl of
CALQARY BEER a�� It la iho boat, and
ciinripuHt, on tho mnrkot. Alao try onr
WINES,    LIQUORS     ��nd    OIQARS.
Tolopbono 83 I laker BL, N olson
OARS : : :
in  addition  to  usual  equipment   on
Crows' Nest Section-
Leave  Kootenay  Landing
Tuesday and Friday  for  St
Paul via Soo Line.
Friday only for 1 oronto,
Montreal and Boston and intermediate points on direct
For berths, timetables, raloa and full
information apply to.
II. L. Biuiwn,
City PaaHeuger Agent
J. S. Oahtkh,
iliii. I'.i-H. A kt.
Nil win
A. U. P. A.
J. 0. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in Ii. C
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. B C Nelson Daily Miner Sun jay. November io,  iqoi
Letter Do  yon   want  a  good
Files Letter File, one that is
honestly made in every
particular, the best cheap File ever
made? If so, T.e recommend our
"Accountant," with double arch,
ihdex and cover.   Price 50c.
For a better File, in faot, tbe best
File made we recommend the ''Shannon," with index and cover. Price,
letter size 00c, Cap size $1.00.
For Oflice Sundries of all kinds we
Unow no better place than the
"A girl wa9 born to Mr. and Mrs,
J. A. Shultz Friday night.
Severe weather was reported ou
the lake by the different steamers
coming in yesterday.
The tug Halys came in yesterday with a barge of firewood from
Appleton's rauch. Tho Surprise
came iu with lumber from Pilot
Miss B. Rudd, who has been
severely ill for the past week, was
removed yesterday from the residence of her sister, Mrs. A. Benson,
to the Kooteuay Lake General
Laborers from the Lardo are
coming into Nelson by every
stearaar. Most of them are returning to the east, although
some express their intention of remaining in the Kootenays.
Work on the city wharf and
other civic improvements was
shut down yesterday in honor of
the day. The planking of tho
outer end of the wharf has been
nearly completed and will be
ready for traffic by Tuesday. Ar
aangements have been made with
the Nelson Saw & Planing mills iu
regard to the junction of their
wharf with that of the city and
the bent has been removed to|
allow for the alteration in the
The announced change in the
time of the Spokane Palls &
Northern railway goes into effect
today. The train will leave the
downtown station at 9.40 a. m.,
and the mountain station at 10.30,
the mails to go thereby closing at
0 o'clock. The train from the
south will arrive at mountain
station at 5.50, and down town at
0.45 p. m. Sailing of the Str.
Kaslo will be altered to suit, leaving Nelson at 6 p. tn., and arriving
at Kaslo at 9.20. The mail for
Kaslo will close half an hour before tbe sailing of the steamer.
Returning tho Kaslo will leave
Kaslo at 7 a. m. and arrive in
Nelson at 9 20.
The Food of Harvard Brain-Workers and
Memorial Hall at Harvard where
some twelve hundred of the men
eat, is particularly interesting. The
dining-room is an enormous gothic
hall finished in old English oak
with wide, stained glass windows on
the sides. The walls are hung with
portraits of illustrious graduates
and heni-factors of past generations.
The students have good food to
eat and plenty of it. The hall is run
on B co-operative plan so that it
costs something less than four dollars a week lor board To this
place three times a day come men,
whose lives for die lime being are
given to serious, intellectual work,
and to accomplish ibis they are keen
enough to realize that proper food
is absolutely necessary.
One is particularly struck by the
yellow packages of Grape-Nuts
standing on nearly every table,
which the men purchase at grocery
stores nnd bring in for their personal
use. They quickly find out by practical demonstration that brain work
exhausts ilic phosphate?, and that
nature demands that this loss be
made up, and made up  from   food.
(irape-Nuts is ready to be used
without cooking, it is a scientific
food which nourishes and builds up
the brain, and is particularly united
to the needs of students.
The 'Varsity athletes also eat il
to keep their digestive organs In
perfect working order so that tliev
can stand the great strain of bolh
body and head work when important
contests shall come.
The following gentlemen have
consented to take part in the programme at the Methodist church on
Monday evening : Messrs. Kydd, R:
Brown,Robert Thompson, W. Caldwell and the Nelson Quartette.
The Socialistic Educational Club
today will discuss the subject of
Labor and Capital, to be introduced
by Mr. Hancox. The meeting
begins at 3.30 o'clock and all ladies
and gentlemen are invited to attend.
The ladies of the W, C. T. U.
will hold their second regular meeting on the afternoon of Monday,
November nth, in the Presbyterian
church parlors. The attendance of
all ladies interested in the work of
this society is earnestly requested.
There will be a rehearsal by the
full chorus of the Nelson
Operatic society in the school
room of St. Savior's church tomorrow at 7.45 o'clock. As the society
has decided to give public production of tbe Chimes of Normandy
on Dec. Oth, 10th and 11th it is
important that rehearsals be well
Public Opinion in Nelson will be
the subject of Rev. William Mun
roe's sermon at Emmanuel Church
tonight. The music for the evening
will be : duett and chorus, Saviouri
Breathe an Evening Blessing, Mr.
Geo. Brown and Miss Ewart ;
anthem, One Sweetly Solemn
Thought; solo, Jesus, Lover of My
Soul, Mrs. D. B. Murray.
The closing of the stores on
account oi the holiday was a serious
inconvenience to many from outside
of town v ho came in unaware that
it was a holiday, to do business.
An instance is a man from Pilot
Bay, who wanted to purchase a
quantity of supplies. He found all
the stores closed hence was unable
to do business. Today being Sunday he is in the same position ; on
Monday he can make his purchases
and will get away on Tuesday. He
thus will have been absent four
days whereas two was all tha*
should have been necessary.
I The assayers concluded their
meeting yesterday and adjourned to
call, The organization, to form
which the preliminary steps have
been taken, will be scientific in its
objects and the regular meetings
will be devoted to the discussion of
topics in metallurgy and assaying
The by-laws were drafted at yesterday's meeting and will be submitted
to a meeting to be held later. The
project, of forming an association,
for which J. Cuthbert Welch, of
Trail, is mainly responsible, has met
with hearty support by assayers and
metallurgists throughout the province so that the next meeting, at
which the organization will be completed ar.d papers will be read,
promises to be largely attended.
C. J. South, the secretary for the
British Columbia Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is
at the Hume. A meeting will be
called either on Monday or Tuesday
next to form a branch of the society
in this city, and it is hoped the
public will attend in large numbers
to assist in this good work, Mr
South is also the secretary of the
Vancouver Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, and is
willing to give an evening, if requested to do so, to explain the
working of th* Children's Protection
Act, passed last session, and to give
an account of the work already
done in Victoria and Vancouver in
rescuing young children from
drunken and immoral homes.
J, Clark, Toronto; W. H. Jeffery,
Grand Central���Mrs H Sawyer,
Pilot Bay; Thomas Pearson, Mor-
risey; E P Fisher, Winnipeg;
Anthony Johns, Morrisey; P J
Leahy, Moyie; M Howe, Moyie;
T Kennedy, Moyie ; J W Austin,
Hall, B C; Dan MacArthur,
Col. W. N. Bray ton, of Kaslo, is
at the Hume.
W. H. Jeffery, mining engineer
of Kaslo, is at the Phair.
A. D. Sykes, manager of the
Yale-Cariboo lumber company of
Rossland, is at the Queen's.
T. P. Parrish, manager of the B.
C. mine near Eholt, in the Boundary country, is at the Phair.
��� SEE ���
West Block, East Baker St.
Morgan Denies Purchase.
New York, Nov. 9,���In its issue
of tomorrow the Herald will quote
J. P. Morgan as denying absolutely the report from London that
he has acquired the White Star
and Dominion lines.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Montreal
Allan LinoTunisian Nov. 7
Allan Line Corinthian NOV. lb
Beaver Lino Lako Simcoo Nov. 8
licuvL-r Line Lake Manitoba Nov. 15
From Portland, Mo.
Dominion Lino   Vancouver Nov. 10
Domllion Line Dominion N ov. as
From New York
Cunard Lino  Umbria Nov. 0
Cunard Lino Lunula..- -  Nov. 16
White Star Lino MhJohUo K      ,5
White Star Line Oceanic  Nov. Id
American Line Philadelphia Nov. U
American Lino St.  Paul Nov. 20
N. G. L. Kaiser Wllheliii ilcr Grouse.... .No... II
Hamburg-American Furat, Bismarck...Nov.23
Fronch Lino La Uascogno Nov, 7
Fiom Boston
Cunard Lino Ultonla Nov.  10
Dominion Lino Commonwealth rsov. a
Gen. Agont, Winnipeg, Man.
J. S. CARTKR, D. P, A.. Nelson
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tarmways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E- CROASDAILE Agent Nelson.
"Zbe IRoffil Bank of Canaba'
Incorporated 1869.
93,000.000.00 I Capital Paid-up,
Best,       ���      ���    ���
Capital  Authorised,
Board of director*     rhomaa E. Kenny, Proaldonti;   Thomas Rltohle. Vice Proaiden"
UeySmith  H. G. Bouln, Hon. David MaoKeen.
Wiley i
White Man Turned Yellow,
Great consternation was felt by
the (riends <o\ M. A. Hogarty, of
Lexington, Ky , when they saw he
was slowly turning yellow. His
skin slowiy changed color, also his
eyes, and he suffered terribly. His
malady was Yellow Jaundice. He
was treated by the best doctors but
without benefit. Then he was
advised to try Electric Bitters, the
wonderful Stomach and Liver
remedy, and he writes : "After taking two bottles I was wholly cured,"
A trial proves its matchless merit for
all Stomach, Liver and Kidney
troubles, Only 25c. Sold by
Canada Drug & Book Co.
Corpoiation of the Oity of
BY-LAW  NO    101
A By-law In Krgnnl In l>iirclin*lngC'crlnlli
Power rrom tin- West Kootonay Power
and Light Company.
Head Office, Halifax 1
General Manager. Kdson L. Pease, Montreal.	
8u|!orintoBdent A Branches, and Secretary, W. a Torrance. Haitian.
Branches S
Quebec���Montreal,   (City   Office),   Montrca
West End (Cor. Notre   Damo and Sola-
noura Stroota): Wostmount (Cor. Urease
Avenue and Bt. Catharines Street!,
New foiimlluud -St. John's,
O11I111, West ludl<-�����Havana.
Nova   gcotla-HalUax   Branoh,   AntlgonH
Brldgewater, Guysboro. Londonderry, Lu
enburg. MaiUand (Hants Co.), Picteu, Port
Ilawkesbury, Sydney. Shubonaeadie.Truro,
New Brunswick ��� Bathurst, Dorchester,
Froderlctnn, Kingston iKont Co.), Mono-
Newcastle Sackville. St, John.Woodstock-
United fttates���Now York (16 Exchange Plans
llepublio, Wash.
The ladies of the Methodist
church will give their annual High
Tea irom 5.30 to 8 p.m. on Monday
next followed by a program of
mus:c. A number of articles will
he offered for sale from 3 o'clock.
Another ridiculous food fad has beon
branded by the most competent
authorities, They have dispelled tbe
silly notion that one kind of food is
needed for brain, another for muscles,
and still another for bones. A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of the body, but it will
sustain every cither pait. Yet, however good your food may be, its nntri-
ment is destroyed by indigestion cr
dy pepsin. You must prepare for their
ppcarance or prevent their coming by
iiking regular doses of (Ireen's August
Flower, the lavorite medicine of the
healthy millions. A few doses aids
digestion, stimulates the liver to
healthy action, purifies the blood, and
makes you feel bnoyant and vigorous.
You can get Dr C. G. Green's reliable
remedies at \V. F. Teetzel & Co.'s
Get Green's Special Alumnae.
L. S. Otis, piano tuner, having re-
tuned from a vacation trip is again
ready ior business.
Notice is hereby given that the
laundry business of Wah Kee has
been sold to Mar Yick. All accounts due Wah Kee are to be
paid to him only.
gpont Hundreds of DollnrB 10 Obtain Froodom
From Asthma���Was Perfectly Curod by
Clarke's Kola Compound.
Mr. Albert Dixon, contractor, Nanaimo, B.
0��� wri os:���"For ncurly nine years I have
been a constant sufferer from bronchia! asthma, ntght after ni lit having to i-leep sit ting up
in a clmir. 1 spent hundreds of dolla-s with
doctors and remedies, but get only temporary
roliof. My druggist, Mr. Btonrmun, roconi-
mondol Clarke's Kola Compound. I took In
all llvo bottles of thisgrniid iue 'lolio, nnd am
today eomiilotilycur.il. lean now sleep well
every night, anil now play my instrument in
thu oily band onco more" This reinnrkablo
story is also eortllled by Mr. F. C. Steamier/
I'hln. 11., one of Nanatmo'it loading druggists,
Hold hy all druggists or by the (I. & M. Co..
Limit ;d, 121 Church street. Toronto.
Kor salo by J. P. VansUino Nolson. B. C.
Queens���Mrs.   I). M.  Walters,
Greenwood;   Mrs.   II.  W.   Harris,
Niagara; It. OoMatoek, Sandon.
Trumoiit Henry Huff,   Kaslo;
Andrew Green, Spokane; H. VV.
Thompson, Silverton; Otto Interest, Kaslo.
Hume.���W N Hrayton, Kaslo;
(l J South, Vancouver ; (' A Bell)
city; H (loiden, Viotoria; M M
Oloudman, Toronto; James Hever-
Idge, Vancouver ; A M Thompson,
Phair���John L, Retallack, Spokane; 11. II. Di'iiniHon, Toronto: T,
lt. Ella, Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs.
WebHter,   Pernio;    II.   1).   Hope,
Corporation of the Oity of
Public Notico Ik horeby pivon that, tho volt?
of tho oloolors of tho municipality of tho City
of NaltfOD will twlHkim 011 By-Law No. 101. "A
Hy-ljnv in rogard io purchasing certain power
from thi�� W.'hl Kootonay Power A Light Com-
p.my on Tuesday, tha linh day of Novomhor
inslnnl bet -WflOll l-lio hours Of So'clock n.m and
l o'clock p. in.
Kor Un; Kail Ward at tho City I'olloo Conr'
on Josephine Streot ami for iho Woit Ward
ai i he oilier, of v/anl Brothers, on tho north
side of Bakor Street, between Stanley and
Kootenay Btroota In tho Oity of Nolson
"Any male or female being of the full age
i weni j ono years who Is tho assessed owner of
land   or  of   real   properly   within    tho   inn
nlclpallty shall havo a vote ether confirming
or negativing tho said By-law In coon ward In
which ho orshomay be assessed for land or
real property/1
Dated at Nolson, B. 0M this Bth day of No
comber, i-.mi.
Kut iimlng Officer
Tho'Muniolpal Counoil of the Corporation of
the City of Nelson In Council assembled enacts
as follows:
1. Subjeot to the terms, conditions and pro-
vislons hereinafter contained, it irf agreed that
tlio Corporation shall take and the Company
who 11 supply electric powrntt-hosub station of
the Company in the City of Nolson for the
power and llghtiug purpoeoB of the Corporation.
2. The quantity of power to bo t *kon by tho
Corporation from tho Company will i ot bo lcm
than 100 horse power, such horse power to be
delivered at a pressure of 2200 volts.
3. The Company "ill supply all tho rogalat"
ing apparatus in their sub-station for regulating
the nowor necessary for properly operating in-
oanaoBoent lights.
4. Tho Company shall supply power from 100
horsepojwerto 160horsepower if required hy
the Corporation at the same rate as hereinafter
agreed upon, without further notico. Tho ex-
cess of power over 100 horse power to bo
olurged tor according to the horse power used.
In two of tho Corporation requiring further
power the Company will agree to supply tho
same upon SO class notice upon ihe following
basis: In case 150 toSOOhorse power is required
by the Oorpntation, the Company will agree to
supply the BOmo up to 200 horse power us ro-
quiroa charging for a minimum or lik hor-o
power and tor the excess of horso powor ovor
160 according to the hor��e power used. In ease
200 to 860 horso power Is required by the Corporation tho Company will agree lo supply the
same, charging for a minimum of 200 horse
power and from t hat up to 250horse powor according to the horse power used In case BOO to 350
horse powor U required bv the Corporation the
Company Will agree to supply the hiiiiio charging for a minimu of 300 horso powor and from
that up to 350 horso powor according to tho
horso power used In case 350 to 400 horso
power is roquir u by the Corporation tho Company will agree to supply tho Huno charging
for a minimum of 350 hor o power and from that
up to 400 hortio powor according to tho horso
power used. In ease 400 to 460 norne power is
required by tho Corporation, the Company will
agree to supply tho same charging for a minimum of -100 horso power and from that up to
160 horao power accord! g to the horso powor
used.. In caso 150 to 600 hor o powor is required by tho Corporation, the Company will
agree to supply tho same, charging for a minimum of 450 horse power and from th.it up to
500 horso power according to tho horse power
used, lt being tho intuition th *t tho Company
will always keep in reserve 60 horso p wer
ovor and above iho minimum stated by the
Corporation to be roquirod, and shall chargo
for tho said 50 horso power according only To
the horso power UB0.1,
And it 1h understood that iho highest minimum load fur any month duriug the contract
hereunder shall be the minimum load for each
or tho ensuing months during tho contract, unless tho minimum is increased by tho Corporation.
5. Calculations of thequantity of poworusod
by theOorporatlon are to bo ba-'cd upon tho daily
average poak lo .d, such peak load to be arrived at by taki g VOlt-ampere readings, and
tho calculations made from such reaaings.
such roadlngB shall be taken after tho power
has passod through the regulators.
0. The Corporation will pay to tho Com-
Jany monthly on tho 20th day of each month
or the powor usod (not boing less than U0
horso power) during tho preceding month at
the following rate: For all horso powor up to
300 hnrso powor at'ho rato of $376 pur horse
powor per mouth; and for all home power i
excess of 300 horso power at the rate of $3,33i
por horse power per mo,.th.
7. Tho power supplied by tho Company shall
bo continuous as required during %ho whole
twenty-four hours of each day.
8. If by reason of any accident or any rnuBo
whatsoever over which the Company shall havo
no control, a stoppage in iho supply of powor
shall at any time occur, tho ('orporation shall
bo allowed a rebate from tho prlco in tho
agreoment provided, proportionate to tlio actual time of tho Bald stoppago.
9. Tho duration of tho ngroomont horcunder
shall be for tho period of ono yea" from tho
date tho Company shall coinmcnrothode.ivorv
of power to the Corporation, which dato shall
not bo later than December 1st, 1901.
10. In the event of any dispute or dilforcnco
arising between tho Company and tho Corporation In regard to the construction to be placed
on this by-law or the contract to bo oxoculcd
embodying the provisions hereof, or tho administration thereof, nr any details of business
botwoon tho Corp. ration nod the Company in
respect thereof, iho same rhall bo referred to
tho arbitration of three arbitrators, o o to
bo chosen by tho Company and one by the Cor-
poration and these two arbitrators ho soloctcd
Khali select a third, and any decision upon the
point or points, arrived at by tho majority of
such arbitrators shall he Dual and binding upon both the Corporation and company. tiuch
abrltration otherwise "hall be guvei nod by tlio
provisions of the Arbitration Aot, being Chapter D of tho Revised Statutes of British Columbia, an i any amendment thereto now or hereafter liiin'c.
11 A contract embodying tho provisions
hereof and covenants.m tlio na-t of tho Company to conform to and tfultll all matters and
provisions hereby riqulrod of It, shall b-i
drawn and shall he executed by tho ('orporation and the Oompany within one month after
the dale on whicb this by-law Hhall take oflcct.
12, lt is understood that nothing in this by-
law contained shall ba construed as conferring
upon tho Oompany any right or privilege to
ftenorate or distribute of dispose of electric
ight or electric poWOI within tho limits of tho
city of Nelson exeop: to the Corporation.
13. in this by-law the expression "The Cor-
poration " wherever us tl shall refer to and
mean tho Oorpotatlon of the City of Nelson,
auu the expression "Ihe Company" wherovor
used shall refer to and imau the West Kootenay Powers Light company, Limited,itssuo
OOBSOrs and assigns.
11. This by-law shall take effect and he hi
force on and after the 20th day of Novemuer
15.   Th's by-law may be cited as " The Power
By-Law No. 101,
Done ana passed in Council assembled this
day of 1001.
P. k. lslnnd���Cbarlottotowu, tiummerside.
Grand   Furfcs, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vancouver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria,
CorrmpondcnlM l
Canada���Morohantd Bank of Canada.   Boston -National Shawmut Bunk.   Cklcago- Illinois
TruBt and Savings Bank.   Han VrMolMM���Pirat National Bank.   I...ml.it,,   ting.-Hank ul
Scotland.   p��rl��, France���Credit LyonnnK   Bermuda���Bank of Bnrmuda.   t'liinn and Japan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation,    nnokmnv���Old National Hank.
General Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Hough
and Sold, Litters of  Credit, Etc.. Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable turuis.   Interest allowed on -pecinl
deposits and ou Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
NELSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. &
M* meets second Wudnosduy in
month.   ViHitinu lirothcrn welcome
I. O. O. K. Kootonay ..wine
No. 16, meets every Monday night,
at their Hal], Kootcnuy ulrmi
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially Invited,
John A, MoUae, N'.O. D W. Rutherford, V.G
Fred J. Bqaire, Per, Sec.
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter No. 128, (J. H. c.
Meots third Wednesday,  >��� oJourntiiR compan
loiiK invited.    Guorijo Johnstone, /..   K. W,
Matthews, S. K.
camOets in K, of i\ hall, Oddfellows block
-lijcvoryTuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
All visiting knighta cordially invito
Wm. Ikvinh, C.C.
A. T. l'AKK. IC.of it. and 8.
Save Your Snowsboe Tags
Tlio most pnjinlnr lininil nf Ohi-witifr;
Tobacco in ('aniiilii tmliiy is "I'ay
Roll." Evory Ping nf "Pay Rollr'
limim n "Snowshoo" Tn^. tliiusiimeiii
.������In uli! h.ivi' llit'se tnf(H, im valuable |ires-
Bi'iiin nn- given for Iheni, When ymi
buy "Pay Roll" UbewingTobacco, elk
HiKhlnnil; T.  1*. Mclntyie, Wiuni- ] yo��T dt-aler for onr new illustrated pre-
peg; T. V. Parrish, Greenwood; S. I mium outaloguc.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Fulls and Northern Railway,
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New YorV
and all points West and tjouth.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:15 a m
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West nt 8:00 p iu.
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
themagniheent steamships North West
and North-Land of theNortheru Steamship Oompany Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Bail
For further in formatiou, aps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern By., Kaslo & Slocan
By., Kootei ai Railway & Navigation
Oo , or to
Oity PasB. and Tkt   Agt, W 701 W,
Biverside Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TACKAUURY, Local Agent,
Nelson. B C
Brewers of Fine Lag at
Beer and Porter,
SmUnx,  B. O
TAK E NI 1TIOH that tho above In u I run copy
of thu proposed by-law upon whioh tho vote of
tha MtiniriiKiiiiy win im taken on 'foesday tin;
Huh day of Novombor instant between tho
hours ol oiKiii o'olook A.M. nnil 4 p'oloak i\m.,
for tho Bast ward at tha ''liy Poftoe Uourt on
the oast sldo o( .losunhlns Street and for the
Wri Wrudatthaoffloo ofWuni Brothers on
i im nnriii hIiUi or Bakor strool between Btanloy
ami Kootenay stroots In the City of .Selison.
Clerk of the Counoil.
November 5th, 1001.
N. E. T. CO.
Forty minute service until 11 n. in.
and after 7.40 p. m., 20 minutes between. Leaving H, li. Store 6.45.
Bn_uHlowa Btniilry at,
7,00 a  m. 7.20 a. m.
7 4�� 8.00
8,20 8.40
9.���� 9.20
9-4�� 10.00
10.20 10.40
'i.oo ii. 00
Twenty minutes until 7,40 p. m.   at
the hour, 20 past and 20 to
UoKiislonr snu.K-.vSl
7-4�� P   m 8.00 p. m
8.20 ��.4o
900 g._o
9-4�� 10,00'
10.40  last rais. 10 20
The 10 p. m. onr from Stanley street
meets the 10.10 p. m. trniu nt the depot,
goes up Stanley street and then to llo-
Good lots for sale in Addition "A"
close to Tramlines. Fur all information apply at the Company's olllee,
Vernon streot.
Are you in want? If yon are, tel.
the people, through The Miner want
colnmn, what you are In want of,
You'll get It *
Nolson Knoft pmenL No. 7. Meetn uveiy 2nd
und 4lh Friday of ouch month. In OiUl Foflows
Hull, coinor Bukor nnd ICooteiioy hIi-uoU.
Nelson, A. II. Clements, O. I1.; I). MeArlhiu
11. a.   Visiting brol hors always welr'ni"".
NK1.SON h. O. I.. No. HOT moots In I'm-
torn ill Hull on 1'rst and third Friday ovoniiign
of ouch month at 8 o'clock. Vlsilinn member
cordially Invited. VV. W. Bradley, W.K.
A, Mlnty, lt-.b.	
NELSON AKUIIfl No. 22, V. O. R., nliiolj
evory second and fourth Weducsiluyn of each
month. VIsltlnK members cordially Invll
Chariot* ProsHor. R/wirntaxy.
Kootonny Tont No. 7, K. O. T. M��� hold thoir
regular mooting In Fraternity Hall,
block, on the 1st nnd 3rd Thursdays of wit*
ii.mil h. Visiting brothron cordially invited U>
attend. O. A. Brown, H. K.; A. P, Purdy, Com.
lt. J.Stool, D. a.c.
,_?=__%, SONS OF ENGLAND, moeta
Iff ^�� l8larid3rdWodnosdnyeveiilnii��ji[
ic ft _\ each mouth at Fiatnrnhy nail
U9>V>Dj| corner of Baker and KooleaW
_ 111  streets.   Visiting brethorn cortl-
^Ss__#   lull) Invltod
Kuwaiu) MAOUSOD, Secretary.
Mootings 4th Thursday of month. Fraternal
hall. J A Irving C R.   P.I. Fleinlnit. K.S.
Nelson Court Star of  Kootenay, A. 0. F.
Meots 2nd and   4th   Wednesdays In 0VMT
month. Visiting brethren welcome. W. Mao-
Millar CR    Pobort MoLeod Soe.
West Transfer Co.
Goal m Wood
Best  Fir and  Tamarac Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Ofllr.e on   Rater Street
Kootenay Railway and NaT.
Company, Ltd.
Shortest und quickest route tn tbo ens]- and ��
poinui ou ..he 0. H. & N. and Northorn I��
eitle Railways In Wa-hing^.i, Oregon ����"
Southern states. _*.
Time Card effective August 1. wm
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
S:!��a. ra. Lv.
10:56 p.ni. Ar.
Ar. 4:00p."
Lv. 1:15 P-���'
Int Nav- & Trading Co
Ar. 11:1X1 ti-J
5:30 p, ra. Lv. Nolson
0:10p,ra. Ar. Kaslo
Connecting nt Five Milo Point with No ��
St, Fort - honpard Railway both to nua
Itossituul. ote  .
Tickets sold lo all parts in United Stotg Ni
Canada via Great Northern and o. "��� ��
Co.'s linos, . ,   MtnavlfttU
Oeoau Steamship tickets  and  rates
linos will bo furnished on anpuoaaon.
For further particulars call on or adm<*��
Q. K Taokaiioby Agont. Nelson a C.
Kootenay Street. Next Oddfellows' Ha
p. 0. BOX 633.
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