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Daily Edition No.  u
V 231
Nelson,   British  Columbia. Friday,  November 8,  1901
Eleventh  Year
personal  Reminiscences of
of the Chinese Statesman's Visit.
Commended  His  People to
Sir Henri's Special
Victoria, Nov. 7.���No one on this
continent outside of his own
countrymen, knew Li Hung Chang
better than the lieutenant-governor of lli'itish Columbia, Sir Henri
Jolyde Lothinioro. In 18116, when
Bail Li visited this country on his
way home to China, after a trip to
tbe European states and to Great
Britain, Sir Henri, who was then
comptroller of Inland revenue,
waa selectetl to represent the government and to accompany the
distinguished oriental statesman
on bis trip through this countiy.
Sir Henri recalled mmy incidents
of tbe trip as ho paced up and
down his oflice in the parliament
buililings and dwelt upon the
deep impression that the great
Chinaman had made upon him.
He was a most interesting man,
be said as he recounted the incidents of the trip.
"Have yon ever gone through
tbe formalities of an oriental in-
ti'odtiction ?" asked his honor, and
then he described Ilia meeting
with the deceased statesman at
Niagara Kalis in August, 1890.
"I was' staying at the' Ciifton
house, on the Canadian side, Li
having beon accompanied to
Niagara Falls by a representative
of the United States government.
He crossed to the Canadian side,
and we brought him upstairs in a
sort of litter. He could uot walk.
I believe at that timo he was suffering from some infirmity. However, I was told I must provide
carriers for his litter, although lie
tad a personal staff. Well, wo
had a reception of a certain number of peoplo at Niagara, and 1
remember ono of the first things
he said to me was that he was
glad to be under the British Hag,
"According to the etiquette of
Henri received a telegram from
the manager of the exposition at
Toronto asking that an effort be
made to get the visitor to go to
tho fair there. To this proposal
the Earl assented, and manifested
the keenest interest in everything
that was to be seen three.
"lie was a profound admirer of
beauty in the female form." added
Ids honor laughingly, "and paid
humble homage to the beauty of
Canadian women. Of Gladstone
with whom he had several conferences, he spoke in terms of great
respect. Seldom have I seen a
man who carried as far as he did
the love of his fellow countrymen.
He often spoke to men of those of
his race who had settled in Canada, aud the last thing he said to
mo as I bade him good-bye was to
recommend them especially to me,
asking me to earnestly to take
care of them. He made me stop
the train, too, in the middle of
night so tbat ho might give a
Chinese lady, who had married an
Englishman, and who had settled
in Ontario, an opportunity of seeing him, and lie aud all her staff
treated her with the greatest
Sir Henri added that short interviews he had had with him
impressed him deeply with his
intelligence and acumen, and he
expressed the greatest regret of
hearing of his decease.
Vernon Harcourt Indicts the
Policy Pursued In South
Unconstitutional, Mischievous
and Contrary to All
Falconer Apologizes,
Victoria, Nov. 7,���The charge of
criminal libel brought by the
mayor and aldermen against D.
Falconer, publisher of tho weekly
paper called the Outlook for impugning the honesty of the mayor
and the city officials was with-
drown today on Falconer's apologizing.
Citizens Startled by Vivid Flashes and Rovor-
lir.r.itlnii Thunder,
Victoria, Nov. 7.���Ic is seldom
that lightning iu Victoria is sufficiently severe to dazzle the eyes of
hundreds, or the thunder so Btrong
as make buildings tremble with
the vibration of air. Such, how-
over, was the unique experience of
Victorians this morning. The
storm lasted but a short time.
The electric features of it consisted of but ono peal of thunder
and one Hash of lighting, so close
his country, he began to put me land strong and so utterly foreign
through my facings by asking me to residents of the city that hundreds did not realize until after a
London. Nov. 8.���In a three-
column letter to the Times Sir
William Vernon-Harcourt indicts
the government's policy aud conduct in the South African war,
especially in the latter stages. He
declares that the banishment of
the Boers and the confiscation of
their property are both unconstitutional and mischievous, and can
be defended neither by the laws
of war nor the civil laws.
now old I ,vafl, Whon I told him
he replied, 'May your honors be as
great as your years.' He then
asked me why 1 was not tho
speaker of the House of Commons.
I replied that I never had any am-
bitten to bo speaker, the more so
as the speaker was a man who
was imablo to speak. Then he
Mked me if tho members of the
commons were wealthy, and I replied, 'They are wealthy in devotion to their country,' at which
he smiled very knowingly.
In ins suite were about 80 peo-
Wj. about half of whom wore
P���oeB of high rank and the re-
waloder personal attendants.
"n�� of tlie first named was Leo
��ng, who afterwards became
Chinese ambassador to Great
Britain and was knighted. Leo
WM interpreter, and with such an
intelligent man I found no dlfli-
��% to carry on a regular, and
interested conversation. Li did
���* Know a word of English. I
C""'.' B0Mcely believe this as first,
l,,ltl1 I caught the change of ex-
})r��ion on his face the moment
ne '-aught the meaning, though
" i,lte''l>reter, of what I had
be,i" saying to him.
A JPeciftl car had been placed at
��� disposal of Sir Henri to convey
"MM* along the Niagara river
y to view the wonders of that
sUea'��-       During   the   trip  Sir
few moments reflection what it
was. It danced on electrical wires,
assumed curious shapes in many
places, and in one iustanco hurled
a motornian from his position in
front of a car, disabling the tram
and Bending it to a repair shop for
a new armature.
Ground was broken today for
the island section of t|ie Victoria
terminal railway and forty, which
is to give Victoria connection by
railway ferry with the Great
Northorn system,
Ool. Bonson a Canadian.
Vancouver, Nov. 7.-Col. Ben-
Son, who fills a hero's grave and
who fought so gallantly in Botha's
rear guard attack, is a brother of
Major Benson, recently the D. 0.
C. at Victoria. The late Colonel
Honson was born at St. Catherines, Ont. He was a son of the
late James B. Benson, and brother-in-law of D. B. Wilkio, general
manager of the Imperial Bank of
Steamship Sailings.
Montreal, Nov. 7. - Elder-
Dempster Str. Lake Manitoba
passed Matana Head at 7 a. m.
Lake Ontario sailed from Maline
Head at 0 a. m. today having been
detained by fog.
Miss Stone's Ra nsom Fixed.
Sotla, Nov. 7.���Yesterday Mr.
Dickinson despatched a messenger with a reply [to the brigand's
proposals, as formulated in Miss
Stone's letter. It is understood
that an agreement as to the
amount of the ransom has been
virtually established. Tho settlement as to the manner and place
of payment and the surrender of
the captives is the most difficult
matter to arrange, and there will
be an entente soon. The brigands
are not willing to cross into Turkey to obtain the money, while
the Bulgarian government would
oppose releasing Miss Stone on
Bulgarian soil.
Studying American Methods.
Paris, Nov. 7.���M. Millerand,
minister of commerce, has appointed a commission to elaborate
a plan for the establishment of a
French school in the United States
to study American industrial
methods. The central college will
be in Chicago or Philadelphia and
every opportunity will be given
students to make a study of
special industries.
Germany In ignorance.
Berlin, Nov. 7.��� The French
government had not informed tho
powers of the tiiple alliance before hand of its intention toward
Turkey. Gormauy has not beon
addressed on the subject yet. It
is reported here that France and
Germany have arrived at an agreement having in view reforms in
Armenia, guaranteed by the Sul
tan in the Berlin treaty.
An Agitator Banished,
London, Nov. 8.-The Daily
News says: Wo learn that Miss
Mobliouso and a lady companion
have boen arrested in South
Africa and presumably doported.
Miss Mobhouse was the first to
agitate regarding the condition of
the concentration camps.
British Protection Not Askod.
Constantinople, Nov. 8.-There
is absolutely no foundation for
the report that the Porte has demanded that Great Britain should
protect Asiatic Turkey from
French attack.
The sultan Is Tractable.
Paris, Nov. O.-Tlie Sultan has
promised to settle all monetary
claims and has offered guarantees
little short of those demanded.
France will, however, insist on ful
guarantees. No international
complications are expected.
The Piaguo Stayed.
Liverpool, Nov. 7.-A seven-
year-old child. sufToring from the
bubonic plague, died today from
exhaustion. The other patients
are ont of danger.
LI  Hung   Chang's  Position
Very   Difficult   to
Ministers Express Sympathy,
Preparations for the
Pekin, Nov. 8.���The death of Li
Hung Chang was accompanied by
all rites that were considered appropriate. Paper effigieB, chairs
and horses were burned in the
courtyard to carry his spirit to
heaven. The body will be placed
in the coffin that he has carried
with his travels for many years
and on Sunday the body will lie
in state. Posthumous honors will
be bestowed upon him and the
title of Marquis will probably descend to his son. The ministers
have personally sent messages of
sympathy. Prince Ching will be
instructed to convey the information to the court. The ministers
consider Yuan Shi Kai the next
strongest man in China but they
fear to romove him from the province of Shan Tung whore he has
been effective in keeping down
the Boxers. Should a man of less
tact be given this province there
would be danger of a conflict with
tbe Germans.
Washington, Nov. 7.���Minister
Wu Ting Fang has not yet been
officially informed of the death of
Li Hung Chang and has cabled for
confirmation. Ho spoke feelingly
of the great work the deceased
had accomplished for China.
Mr. Rockhill had a long conference with Secretary Hay today.
It is a source of anxiety lest a person of reactionary tendency
should be appointed in his place
as that official will come into frequent contact with the legation
guards and the military com-
mauders. Minister Wu was tho
friend and protege of Li Hung
London, Nov. 7.���It is stated
that a secret dispatch has been
sent from the Chinese minister to
Russia warning theEmpress Dowager that Russia is determined to
retnin possession of Manchuria.
Contract Mado to Shlo Ten Tons Por Day to
Granny Smelterr
Grand Forks, Nov. 7.-Sam Hall
manager of the Bonanza and Cascade mines. St. Thomas mountain,
today closed a contract with the
Granby smelter for the delivery of
a minimum shipment of ten tons
of ore daily. He has just completed the new wagon road, seven
miles long, from the C. P. R. to
St. Thomas mountain. The ore
will be hauled out over this road,
which will be officially inspected
tomorrow by H. C. Killeen, inspector of public works. Mr.
Killi'ii reaches here today from an
inspection of the wagon road up
the north fork of Kettle river.
Work has been completed as far
as a point called Second Rockslide,
25 miles above Grand Forks ; later
it will be extended to Franklin
Camp and the North Fork coal
fields. Mr. Killeen stated that tho
.load bo far as built meets all official requirements.
eigners  crossed   the   Atlantic to
settle in Canada.
The value of the imports from
Canada during Octobeer showed a
decrease of 311,200 pounds. Canada stands second on the list in
butter, showing an increase of
155,913 pounds for October. The
exports to Canada increased from
.3:10,795 pounds to 381,001  pounds.
Schley Inquiry Gloscd.
Washington, D.C., Nov. 7.���The
court of inquiry closed its public
session yesterday with the address of Judge-Advocate Capt.
Lemley. Capt. Lemley did not
claim that the evidence showed
cowardice on the part of Seliley
but it did show unsteadily of
purpose and failure I to obey
orders. ,
Manufacturers Ask Lines to
Africa and Australia.
Changes In Tariff Forshad-
owed for Next Session.
To Protect Christians.
Berlin, Nov. 8.���France proposes
to invite the signatory powers of the
Berlin treaty to meet in conference
for the object of protecting Christians in Ottoman territory. It is
said here that all the powers will
accept the invitation but the conference could not well be held before
Convicts Shoot Guards.
Kansas City, Nov, 7.���Forty
convicts at Leavenworth penitentiary mutinied and seizing tho
guards' weapons shot three of
them and escaped. One convict
was killed and several wounded.
A company of cavalry from the
fort is in pursuit.
Drowned at Bermuda.
Hamilton, Bermuda, Nov. 7.���
Commander Frank A. Garforth, of
the guardship Hotspur, was
drowned pi the Great Sound last
night. He is supposed to have
fallen overboard. The body has
been recovered.
Trade With Great Britain.
Toronto, Nov. 7.���The .Evening
Telegram's  London   cable    says:
During October the emigration returns  show    1,150    English,   140
I Irish, 140 Scotch, and 3,185 for-
Reclproclty In Criminals,
Belgrave,   Nov.   7. ��� The   proposed extradition treaty between
the U. S. and Servia has been submitted to the Skuptschin.
Electrician Killed.
Preseott, Out., Nov. 7.���Barney
Fountain, an employeof the town,
was killed while making an electric wire connection this afternoon. The current had been accidentally turned ou.
Yesterday morning Ernest Shaw,
the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Angus
G. Shaw, died at the residence of
his parents, from meningitis. The
boy was nine years ol age and a
bright, manly little fellow. Mr.
Shaw was one of the pioneers of
Nelson and is well known in the
city. Universal sympathy will be
lelt for the parents in their loss.
The funeral is to be held to the city
cemetery at 2 o'clock on Saturday
Rev. Mr. Turner, who was the
founder of the Methodist church in
Nelson, is expected to arrive in the
city today to conduct the anniversary services on Sunday. Mr.
Turner is the pi��ncer of the Methodist church in several parts of
British Columbia besides Nelson,
having for some years before beinij
placed on the superannuated list
had charge of tho very large field
north of Ashcroft including Lillooet
and all Cariboo. He now resides at
Ashcroft and supplies that congregation.
Another Shay engine is to be
added to the equipment of the
southern Kootenay lines, to run
between Trail and Rossland to haul
ore. It is expected to arrive at any
time. The Shay engine formerly
used there was transferred to the
Boundary some time ago and will
remain there. This will make two,
and the only two, engines of the
Shay type in Canada. There are
also expected to be other additions
to the rolling stock of the lines as
soon as the Colombia river bridge
is finished.
Montreal, Nov. 8.���The Canadian Manufacturer's association
asked many things of the government represented by Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, Hon. W. S. Fielding and
Hon. W. Paterson at the Windsor
hotel today. They asked for a
railway commission, a direct
steamship service between an
eastern port in Canada and South
Africa aud Australia and a readjustment of duties on woollen,
iron and other products of Canadian manufacturers. The ministers promised consideration.
Subsequently Hon. Wm. Paterson said that it was most satisfactory to find that the manufacturers, as a whole were satisfied
with the present tariff but admitted that there were grounds
for changes. Hon. Mr. Fielding
also admitted that there were
reasons for changes.
Clerk caught By a Fly Wheel and Instantly
Toronto, Nov. 7.���Miss Maggie
Tanner, of Belleville, was knocked
down by a bicyclist named Robert
Pinkey on Yonge street at noon
yesterday and died of injuries six
hours later. She was 32 years of
Wm. McLean, 30 years old, clerk
and assistant draughtsmen of the
Economical Gas Apparatus Construction Co,, was caught in the
flywheel of a gasoline engine at
the company's works at Toronto
Junction, yesterday afternoon and
hurled against an oaken beam and
instantly killed.
Baseball Shows Profit.
Toronto, Nov. 7.���The annual
meeting of the Toronto baseball
club was held last night. The reports submitted show that the
club had made about $1000 during
the season.
The recently inaugurated movement for the organisation of -the
Canadian Order of Railway men
is said to be meeting wilh the
opposition from the international
Greenway May Run.
Quebec, Nov. 7. -S. A. Hatt,
gentleman usher of the Black Rod
of Quebec legislature, died this
Hon. Thomas Greenway, ex-
premier of Manitoba is in this
city. Aski d if he intended running as government candidate in
Lisgar, Manitoba, lie said he had
not yot made up his mind.
- , 1.
V. V. a E. Branches.
Vnncouver, Nov. 7.���A province newspaper has a special I nun
Ottawa to the effect that applications of the V. V. <fc K. before the
railway committee for permission
to construct branch lines from tho
main line were laid over owing to
Hon. A. G. Blair saying that there
was no main line and he did not
see how branch lines could bo constructed from a main line which
did not exist.
Sugar Business Profitable.
Halifax,  Nov.   7.���The Arcadia
: sugar refinery   last  year earned
J $127,719 (HI in nut pi olltH.
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services botb ra
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Porter, and let
Grnnil Forks.
The Rt. Ecv?i
L.,  bishop   of
Koo'ermy, will
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Drifting,   and
Times.        Strai
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came down on
Mo.it of them
fields of M.uiiii
intention of rei
A compnny I
the Neloon coo
Mountain Ran
wlicn a onp and
peted for by the
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of St.Saviour's t
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tion with the c
will preside.
II. A. I'rossoi
Lonis, wheie lit
rPfltnorant busiD
store 11111] busine
been purobased 1
the Old Curiosit
James Andersc
Monro, of (Jiostc
lienses for theil
Friday, yesterd
hotel outfits ol
Kelson furnitiin
Men lilt; still i
the Forty-Nine 1
portions nnd
showed up as I
Contractor Motifl
mined that Nell
class driveway.
At Powder I'ol
is being done
bave taken up
A. Walley, of Ki
week planted 'J
section owned by
other ranchers
busy with Ibe fr
been arriving fn
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other food, and ti
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When General Grant made his
tour around the world about two
decades ago he was asked on his
return to the U. S. who were the
most notable men he had met
during his journey and he replied,
Gladstone, Bismarck and Li Hung
Chang. Since then Bismarck,
Gladstone, and Grant have been
gathered in by the grim reaper
and now the last of the famous
riuartet.who so indelibly stamped
their individuality on the times in
which they lived, has passed away
in the person ot Earl Li Hung
Chang. Out of the countless millions who have been born in China
since the time of Coufucius,
twenty-four centuries since, none
have boen more prominent or
more intellectual or had more
wisdom iu certain directions than
Earl Li. It has been said of him
that morally he has been neither
worse "nor better than his race,
but intellectually and diplomat-
icelly he has boen a giant among
The careor of the earl has been
a remarkable one. He was born
in 1822 at Seuchen, in the province
of Nganhui. His father was poor
but of the literati. The son inherited a studious disposition and
showed at an early period a desire
to secure a literary degree. Three
degrees are obtainable in China
and Li secured all three, graduating highest in a class of 1500.
In 1847 he entered the college of
scholars  at  Pekin where   he  re
niained  for six  years  earning  a
meagre stipend as a compiler for
the imperial printing office.
It was not till the time of the
Taiping rebellion in 1853 that an
opportunity came for him to show
his ability. He joined the imperial array aud in five years rose
from a potty officer to the brevet
rank of judicial commissioner. In
1802 he came in contact with
Chinese Gordon, and the latter, recognizing his abilities, instructed
him  in  European   war   methods.
They finally disagreed as to
methods of tinting captured cities
and prisoners, Gordon favoring
the European method, while Li
favored the more drastic customs
of the Orient. This disagreement
led to Gordon's resigning his command, Li by following tho advice
previously given hitn by General
Gordon finally put down the rebellion, and succeeded in making
the court and his countrymen
believe that ho, and not Gordon
and his associates, Prince Ching,
and others was entitled to all the
credit for tho successful ending of
rebellion. Eor this service he was
honored in Pekin and made the
junior guardian of the heir apparent and governor-general of Na-
king. He also was awarded the
hereditary title of the third degree
the doable-eyed peacock feather
and the yellow jacket.
In 18(10 ho was appointed imperial commissoner for the purpose of suppressing another rebellion. The mind of. the emperor
was poisoned against him by
statements that lie had designs
upon the throne, and an edict was
issued depriving him of the peacock feather, the yellow jackot
and the hereditary rank. The
suspicions of the ruler were unfounded and before the terms of
the edict could be carried out Li
put down the rebellion. As a
result of this his titles were restored and lie wns made the senior
guardian of the heir apparent and
assistant grand secretary.
Jn 1870 Li was  appointed  vice
roy of the province of Chili. Then
it was that he was at the summit
of his career. He had put down
two important rebellions and had
brought order out of the chaos of
Chinese affairs and this was entirely due to the fact that for the
first time in many centuries a man
of more than ordinary ability had
come to the front. Prom one
viceroyship to the other Li Hung
Chang was transferred and everywhere that he went a trail of improvements followed.
The soldiers under his command
were made the gathorers of revenue collected for war purposes.
He divided this revenue with the
Emperor and iuvested what he so
appropriated in rice properties
and other estates so that in time
he became the richest man in
China. He allowed only himself
to peculate but woo betided the
offender other than himself who
was caught taking that which did
not belong to him. He also made
money from the salt monopoly,
navy contracts and in other ways.
The war between China aud
Japan in 1891-5 marked the most
serious misfortunes that the viceroy experienced iu his career.
The Japanese army and navy defeated the Chinese land aud soa
forces at every point. Por this
he was stripped of his titles
and ornamentations and plunged
into a soa of disgrace. Still when
the representatives of the powers
advised peace negotiations he waa
sent to Japan to arrange the
terms of peace and was restored
to his titles, his decorations and
to favor. The terms exacted by
Japan were so hard, as China had
to give up Formosa and make
many concessions, that when he
returned to China the Empress
Dowagor charged him with selling
out to the Japanese and again he
was stripped of his feather, coat
and titles.
When the young Emperor was
crowned his titles and other
honors were restored to him.
Shortly after this owing to complications which grew out of the
Japanese war and an apparent
desire to dismember the weak old
empire Li made a tour of the
world and visited Canada during
the trip. His mission was to
arouse sympathy for his native
country and to demonstrate that
she desired to become civilized.
On the return he was made grand
secretary of state and the charge
was made against him that he had
sold out to Russia and he was deprived of his honors. In 1890 he
was appointed by special edict
viceroy to Kwangtung and
Kwangsi provinces and we all
know tho prominent part he took
during the recent Boxer uprising,
and how diplomatically ho played
his cards when a combine made
up of Great Britain, Prance, Germany, United States and Russia
was made against his country.
Li Hung Chang has been tho
central figure on the Chinese stage
for the past 10 years and during
that period he has accumulated a
fortune of $400,000,000 or a dollar
for every man, woman and child
in the Chinese empire. This
record shows that of nil the bood-
lers in history  ho was  the most
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36a? will remember ano Keep "ibis Majesty's IRatal !Da$
Our Fall Stock of
Furniture and Carpets
Is now complete.
We buy of the Largest Manufacturers and Importers.
J. 6. BUNYflN & 60.
The Complete House Furnishers.
J i
Xong Xive tbe Uting!
Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in all Cases.
There is nothing like AsthmaleDe. It
brings instant relief, even iu tbe worst
eases.   It cures when all else fails.
The Itev. 0 P. WELLS, of Villa Bulge,
III., says: "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene received in good condition. I cannot
tell you how thankful I feel for the good
derived from it. I was a slave, obained
with putrid sore throat aud asthma for ten
years. I despaired of ever being cured. 1
saw your advertisement for tile cure of
thin dreadful and tormenting disease, Asthma, and thought you bad overspoken
yourselves, but resolved to i(ive it a trial.
To my astonishment the trial aoted like a
charm.    Send mc a full size bottle.
lliv, Dr, Morris lVoi'llslir,
Rabbi of thu Cong. Bnai Israel,
New York, Jan, 3,1901
Db Tait Bros. Mrdicinb Co.,
Gentlemen: Your Asthmalene is an
excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay
Fever, and its composition alleviates all
troubles whioh combine with Asthma.
Its success is astonishing and wonderful.
After having it caretull y analyzed, we can stato that Aethmalene contains
no opium, morphine, ohlor oform or ether.   Very truly yonis,
The snow has culled a halt for
the season to tho operations on
the iron mines near Kitchener,
but they will bo resumed in the
spring just as soon as the weather
will permit. The work this year
has been carried ou principally
for tho purpose of proving that
tho deposits would furnish a sufficient supply to demonstrate that
the quantity is equal to tho quality. It is found that there are
five ledges having an aggregate
width of 60 foot. One of tho ledges is 18 feet wide. Tho quality
of the oro is equal to that of tho
finest Cuban product and it carries scarcely any of thedeleterious
substances which make smelting
difficult. The task of opening the
deposits will bo pushed with more
vigor than over during the coming
year and the end sought will bo to
put as much ore in sight as possible and io place the property in
a position  to furnish ore for the
Avon Srrtmcis, N. Y, Feb. 1, 1001.
Dns. Taft Bnos. Medicine Co.
Gentlemen : I write this testimonial from a sense of doty, having teBted tbe
wonderful effect of your Asthmalene, for the cnre of ABthma, My wife has
been affl cted with spasmodic asthma for thr-past 12 years. Having exhausted
ray own skill aB well as many others, 1 chanced to see your sign upon your
windows on 131) th street, New York, I at onoe obtained a bottle of Astbmalen��.
My wife commenced taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed
a radical improvement. After using one bottle her Asthma has disappeared
and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are affliotied with this distressing disease.
Yours respectfully, O. D. PHELPS, M. D.
Dn. Taft Bnos, Medicine Co, Feb. 5,1001.
Gentlemen : I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years. I havo tried numerous reninnies, bnt they have all failed. I ran noross your advertisement and
started with a trial buttle. I found relief at once. I have since purchased your
full sized bottle, and I am ever grateful. 1 have a family of four obildren, and
for nix years was unable to work. I am now in the best of health and am doing
business every day.   This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit.
Home address, 233 Rivington street. S. RAPHAEL,
07 East 120lh St,,New York City.
Di.notdelaf.   Write at once, addressing DR.  TAFr BROS, MEDICINE
00., 70 East 130th St., N. Y. City.
Sold by All Druggists.
iron and steel furnaces, which are
to be erected. The season's work
has proven the extent of the deposits to be sufficient, for the purposes of the syndicate which is
financing the enterprise and now,
they must be put in shape
to produce. With this outcome
in view the work in 1002 will be
on a very much larger scale than
Should the conditions bo favor-
ablo for the purpose there is little
doubt that the preliminary steps
will be taken in the latter part of
1002 for the erection of iron
and steel making plaXits. These
will be a large undertaking and
will require considerable capital.
Por instance a small steel plant
will cost a million dollars and a
good sized one from two to
three millions. In view of the
largo amounts that will be needed
to place tho enterprise on a proper
footing it is only natural that the
capitalists who compose tho syndicate should look well ahead bo
that they may be able to know
where and how and when the
dollars they put in will come out,
and hence a careful study of con
ditions, an investigation of the
various markets, and the particular forms of iron and steel which
are wanted in these markets, will
have to be made.
The conditions for the making
of iron and steel, so far as plenty
of ore, lots of fluxing material
close at hand, and a cheap fuel not
far from the iron mines, are most
favorable and tho outlook iB now
more hopeful than ever for the
establishment of the industries.
The establishment of the iron and
steel industries will be of great
benefit to British Columbia, as in
time they will grow to largo proportions, give employment to an
army of workers and call into
existence a number of kindred
Stepped on Live coals.
" When a child I burned my foot
'rightfully," writes W. H. Eads, of
Joncsvillc, Va��� "which caused
horrible \cg sores for 30 years, but
Bueklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured
me after everything else failed."
Infallible for Burns, Scalds, Cuts,
Sores, Bruises nnd Piles. Sold by
Canada Prug & Hook Co., 25c.
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1 _w9^9**Vm *^^*_^r^^99kT97 W ^���^"���^w^B^*Ww*W**w**t
The Canadian Bank of Commerce I;
Willi Which l.< Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up   Capital,   83,000,000;    Reserve   Fund,   J3,000,000;
Aggregate  Resources Over 90.1,000,0110.
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. E. WALKER, General Manager.
London Office: 6�� Lombard Street, G. C.
New York Olllee; 16 Exchange Place.
And 68 branchOB in Canada and I no Jnitod States, Including:
Atlin Giibknwood Nf.lsom Sandon
Cranbrook        Kamloopb New VVestminstkr   Vancouver
Fernib Nanaimo RpaBlAND Victoria
YUKON DISTRICT-Dawbon and White Horse.
UNITED STATKS-Nkw York, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland. Skagwav,
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Received and Interest Allowed.  Present Rate S Per Cent
Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
The new Coal City is owned by the Siiiiilkiimeon Valley Coal Company,
Limited; who have placed one thousand lots on the market nt the following
prices: from $50 to 8225, oue fourth cash, balance three, six and niuo months,
without interest
There ia also a small block of the first one hundred thousand shares remain-
to be sold at 35c., 5c. a shale down, balance in six monthly payments. Wlmu
these are Bold the sbaies will be advanced to $1 ench by the Company.
The Company's land, including tbo townsite of Asnnola, is underlaid withal
leaat three fine seams of coking, steam aud furnace coal. The Compnny alto
own the wnter rights and at luast 25,000,000 feet of fine timber. All the above
is owned by the one Company, aud every shareholder will participate in tbe
profits aooruing from tbe sale of any of the above mentioned property.
A full force of men are now at work and will be kept on continually during
the year.   For further information apply to.
R J. STEEL, Official Broker, Nelson, B- C
Or Vodder & Ounoingam, Greenwood, B. C.; J. E. Obnrcb, Viotoiia, B. C.; W
W. Fellows, Sandon, 15. 0.; C. E. Douglas, Vancouver, B. C.
Gold, Hilver-Lead  and  Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
FREE MILLING GOLD properties wanted at once for Eastern
Parties having mining property for sale arc requested to send
samples of tbeir ore to tbe EXCHANGE for exhibition.
We desire to bear from prospectors wbo have promising mineral
claims in British Columbia.
Prospectors and mining rr.eD are requested to make the EXCHANGE their headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
Toleohone No. 104.  p. o. Box 700. NELSON, B. 0.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
*>GZ> ******** <3v.fl
Branoh Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelaon, Kaslo
Sandon, Thxtje Porks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Order* by mall to ai>* branch will have urotul and nronut attention.
will be Given Away with
one pound of No.   i   Coffee
for 50 cents cash.
Watch Our Adv't next week.
Ba  sure and get the gennine   BENNETT'S OOTTA PERCHA FUSE,not
something that looks   like   it.    Lawrence Hardware Co., Agents.
Civil Engineer* and Provincial '-i��J
P. O. Box 14S .Nelson, BA' Nelson   Daily Miner,  Friday November 8, 1901
��u    received   yesterday'
"Tmir that the crosscut  tunnel
fr��ls     h   -ned by the  Silver
C -*<Company of T
rThad reached the vein. The
k'1'' six feet in width and the
'*'; , hat the point* here itj
I^Sited^y the tunnel'
feet. The vein is a white
jng ptlena, although at
where  it has  been    en-
is 200
quartz carry
the place
it   does   not    carry  pay
It was not expected that
carry shipping ore as the
mai��� ore shoot in whiJi the shaft
1 been sunk,lies about 3oo feet to
.he north. A drift will be run along
tbe vein from the tunnel in.orc.er to
reach ihe ore shoot.
it would
Superior to Alum Bakm$'
Powders.   Equal to;any/;
jotfier������Anti-Alum1 Baking-
]feWder and costs biij[if:
^ half the price. -       |3
A Klockman came in
Continental mine last night on
Moyie on his way through to Ross-
land He has now about 100 men
a, work on the road to th* mine
pushing const ruction with all possible speed. He ^pects to team
oredowntoRykerfs for shipment
before the winter is over At the
mine the crosscut tunnel has pierced
Ihe ledge whicli has been shown to
beeighteenfeetin width. A compressor plant will be taken to the
mine this winter.
��� The following were the entries at
the mining recorder's office yesterday. Locations ��� Robert J-, on
Bird creek about one-half mile south
of government trail, by John Kay
and R. Spencer, Transfer���Hopewell, east of Second Relief on the
north fork of Salmon river, D.
Fraser to G. D. Bell and J. J.
McDonald, consideration $60.
digestion, stiin-jlates the liver to
lu-altliv action, purifies the blood, and
milium you feel buoyant and vigorous.
You can get Dr C. G, flreen's reliable
remedies at W. F. Teetzol & Co.'s.
(let (Ireen's Special Almanac.
Corpoiation of the City of
BY-LAW   NO    101
A By-Law In Bi'RAi'il to Purrliniilng 1'crtnln
i-o��i-i' from Un" Went Kootenay Power
and Light Company.
The ladies of the Methodist
church will give their annual High
Tea from 5.30 to 8 p.m on Monday
next followed by a program of
muse, A number of articles will
bi offered for sale from 3 o'clock,
Cooper��� London, ��05, i3s. up 7s.
spol; till. 17a (Id futures j Now York
|!0.85 to 817 lor lake, UlU.XiX to Slli.
C2;< lor casting.
Lend���London, fill. 10s. up Is. :id.;
New Vorlt, $4,37)$.
Silver���London, 'X'SA ; New York
H. & M. BIRD
Money lo l.miii  On Improved Krai Estate
I-.I HorlgtiK^H nl H jut cent.
Hair Brushes
Nail Brushes
Tooth Brushes
Clothes Brushes
We are showing a
splendid new lot at
Very Low Prices.
Hair Bra-toes 50c. to $3 50-
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
$ 850 Fonr roomed house and cellar
and improved lot ou Mill street,
planted witb fruit trees
$ 850 House and lot on Observatory
street, west of Josepbir.e, cash
$250,  balance easy terma
$2800 liif/lit room house and two oorner lots, plumbing complete,electric light, $1100 <��� ish, J'.lOO in 12
months and assume $1300 loan
$:;���> Hcven room house, modern improvements, corner Stanley Street
and Mines Road
$20 Six room house, corner of Observatory and Stanley Streets
$15 OottBge cor Ward and Oore streets
S25 Furnished house on Carbonate St
AdveriiHomentA Inserted under thta head at
the rale of one com. a word per insertion. No
advertiRomenti taken for lew* than 25 cent*.
Hituation Wantod advertisement*) lnuorted
three Miuoh free of ohHnce.
FOR RENT.���On Josephine atreet,
between Silica and ''uruonnte street
an eleven roomed house excellently
adapted for a private hoarding house.
Contains all conveniences. Thoroughly
renovated recently.   Beer Bros.
nelson, b. c.
DJ. KOUKIlTcSON & OO.���Next door to
.   thouoiv   1'omI lltllrt; HuilillMK,  Vurooil
at., Nnlsuo.   Day'pli-iue 3IU2, Nltfht'puone 2117.
HOUSE   to rent   on Vernon     street.
Apply Captain T. ,1.  Duncan.
obtained in all eouutries
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
If there is anything you require, ask
for   it   in    li- aoluran   of tbe Miner.
Si lieu,     second   door
-Apply       on
west     Ward
HOOMS and liOAltD.���Every convenience 1   south east   corner of   Carbonate and Josephine street.
FOR SALE CHEAP at the Palm, A
30-31), Winchester Uillc, nearly new,
with re-londiuK outlit complete
in 01-
Mn|,41 in- rough
nnil vt'urVN on* 1 In1 Colli.
IvoBioiiioQiiliiliio Tabloid ouro a cold
day. NoCuro, No Pay.   Prlco'25 conts
The Annual Shoot.
Tbe annual shoot of the Nelson
company R. M. R. on Saturday
next promises to be interesting, as
it will be carried through under
difforeut conditions than prevail
in the association shoots. Tho
ranges to be shot are 100, 200,500,
and (100 yards, seven shots, and a
sigbter at each range. Position
at 100, standing, seven shots in a
minute, 200, 500 and 000 prone,
Military sights are to be used, no
shots and deflners and only such
lines on back sights as ate on.rifles
when served out, The shooters
will be divided into two classes,
A anil B, and prizes given at each
range in both classes, the highest
aggregate at the four ranges to
hold the company cup for the
year. Shooting will commence
raiu or shine promptly at 10 a m.
Ammunition will be supplied free
of charge on the range. Should
the weather permit the Maxim will
u�� taken out and tried at the
longer ranges after the match.
In Chambers.
liefore his honor Judge Forin���
Moui'giies vs. Chapleau M. Co.���
Whealler for plaintiff, applied for
summary judgment; Lennie for
defendant, contra. Judgment
granted for $195; balance, $1800
W> go to trial.
Hunter vs. Weaver���Wilson, for
Pwiitiff, obtained an order for
substitutionary service.
Amuher ridiculous food fad has neon
oranded by the most competent
M hoiltloB. Thov have dispelled the
__ I"!'0" ������"���' ��no hind of food is
nestled for brain, another for muscles,
,,?' *,'���'" ""other for bones. A cor-
�� Hid will not only nourish �� par-
���'"r part of the body, but it will
sustain every other patt. Yet, how-
���,,, ,B.00: vour food may be, its nutri-
ratiiil11 destroyed by indigestion cr
nr.nl ' Yo" "IUHt Prepare for their
fflhl M or Pre^nt their coming bv
MIBj rogahr doses of (Ireen's August
li����u!""' U.le ,wOMte medicine of the
"Witty millions.     A few   doses  aids
Tho Municipal Council of the Corporation of
I He City of Nolson in Council assembled enacts
as follows:
1. Subject to thn terms, conditions nnd pro
VHioiiKhuroinnfliirconliiiiieil.it Is uncoil that
the Corporation sliiilt take ami tho Oompany
Shall supply electric powor at tho sub station nf
tho Oompany In Iho City of Nelson for tho
i>ower and liKliti"K purposes of tho Corporation
2 The quantity of powor to be t ikon hy tho
t orporation from tho Company will not bu less
than Inn horso power, such horso power to bo
delivered at a pressuro of 2*&X1 volts.
3. Tho Company will supply all tho regulating apparatus in their sub-station for rcgtuallng
tho liowor nonnssiiry for properly oiioraling incandescent lights,
4. Tbo Company shall snpply power from 100
horso powor to 150 horse powor If required by
tho Corporation at tho same rate as hereinafter
airreeil upon, without further notice Tho ox-
cess of power ovor 100 horso power to be
eh irgod for according to I ho horse powor used.
In oivo of Iho Corporation requiring further
power the Company will agroo to supply tho
same upon 3'J dajs notice upon the following
basis: In taso 150 Io AH) horse rower is required
hy the Corp ration, tho Company will agree to
supply the same up to 200 ho so powo ��� ns required charging for a minimum of 15 hor-o
power and tor tho excess of horse power ovor
ifiO according to I ho hor. o power us -il. In case
2'HI to 250 horsepower is rcipiiroil hy the Corporation tho Company will agree to supply tho
saino, charging for a minimum of 200 horse
power and from that up to liiiu horso power aeeor-
ding to tho horse powor used In ease BOO 10 350
horse power Is required by the C01 porntion tho
Company wi'l agree to supply tho same charging for a minium of 300 horso powor nnd from
that up to 350 horso power according to the
horso powor used. Iu cuso 350 to 400 horso
power is rcquir u by iho Corporation iho Coin-
iianj will agree lo supply tho simo charging
lor a minimum of 350 hor 0 power and from Lhat
un1 to400horsepower according to tho horso
power used. In case 4ujt*i 450 liorso power is
required liy tho ('orporation, the Company wil
ngroo lo supply tho same charging for a mini'
D1UD1 of 400 hnrso power ana from that up lo
4511 lioi*HO power accord!- g to the liorso power
usul. In ease 150 to 51(0 hor. e power Is required by tho Corporation, the Company will
agree to s��'P|,ly the same, charging fur a mini
mum of 450 horse power .��� ml from that up to
500 horse power neuurdma to the horse power
used. II. boing I be inte.ition th't tbo Company
will always seep in reserve 50 horso 11 war.
ovcrnnd above the minimum stated by tho
OaTUOratioll to bo required, anil shall charge
for the said.50 horso power according only to
the horse power usort.
Anilitis iinilorstuad that Iho highest minimum load fur any inoulli during iho contract
hereunder shall tie tho minimum load for eaoh
ot the ensuing months during tho 1 ontract. unless the uiiiiiiiiuin is increased by tho Corporation.
5, Calculations of tho quantity of powerused
by thuCorporation are lo be based upon the daily
average poak loid, snob peak load tn bo ar-
rivoil at by Inking volt-ampero readings, and
tho calculations mode from such readings.
hucIi readings shnll be taken after the power
has passed through tho regulators.
(i.   Tho Corporation will pay to Iho Com
finny monthly on the 20tti day of each month
or tbo powor used (not being less than lto
hnrso powor; during tho preceding month at
Ihe following ralo: For all horse powor up to
300 horso powor at ' ho rate of 83.75 por horso
power per mouth; and for all liorso power 1-
oxcoss of 300 horso powor at tho rato of |3.33i
por liorso powor por 1110 1II1.
7. Tho powor supplied by tho Company shall
bo continuous as required during the whole
twenty-four hours of each day.
8. If by reason cf any Occident or any rauso
whalsoovcr ovor which tho Company shall havo
no control, a stoppago tn Iho supply of power
shall at any timo occur, tho Corporation shall
bo allowed a rebate from tho price in tho
agroomont. provided, proportionate to tho actual I line of the said stoppage
9. Tho durat Ion of tha ngrooniont hereunder
shall bo fcr tho period of ono yea? from tho
date tho Cnmpnny shall commence Ihodollvorv
of powor to tho Corporal ion. which dato shall
not bo later than lloccmbor 1st, 1901.
10. In tho ovout of any dispute or dlffuronce
nrl-ing bctwoon tho Company and tho Corpor-
ntion In regard to tho construction to bo placed
on this bylaw or tho contract to bo oxoeutod
embodying tha provisions hereof, or tho administration thereof, or any details of business
bctwoon tho Corp. ration and the Company in
respect thereof, 1 no same phall bo referred to
tho arbl rallon of throe arbitrators, o 0 to
bo ohosun by tho Company and ono by the Corporation and thcho two arbitrators so solclcd
shall lOleot a third, and any decision upon thu
point, or point* im-hod at by tho majority of
suoh arbitrator! shall bo Bnal and binding upon both tho Corporation and company. such
abritration otliorwlso shall bo govci nod by tho
previsions of tho Arbitration Aot, boing Chapter II ot the Kovlsnd tiiatutcs of British Columbia, an' any amendment thorotj now or hereafter mailo. , , , ,
11. A contract embodying tho provisions
lioroof and covenants nn the pa Ii of the i.om-
pany lo conform to and ;fulill all nutters and
provisions horoby n quired of It. shall be
drawn and shall bo unseated by tho Corporation and tho Company within ono month after
tho date on whioh this by-law shall tako effect.
12. It Is undorstoisl that nothing in tills bylaw containod shall be construed as conferring
upon tho Company any right or privilege to
gonorato or distribute or dispose of eluclrlc
light or oloolrlo powor within fho limits of the
City of NolHon exoopt to tho Corporation.
13. In this by-law tho oxprossion " 1 ho Corporation " wherever us d shall rofor to and
moan tbo (imputation of tho Illy of Nelson,
nud iho expression "The Company' wherever
used shall refer tohnd mean tho west Kootonay Power & laght Company, Limited, Us suo
ccssors and assigns.
14. This by-law shall tako effoct and bo In
foreo on and after tho 20lh day of Novomoor.
Id,' Th's by-law may bo cltod as " The Powor
By-Law No. 101, ..
Done and passed In Council assembled this
day of 1001.
BOOMS TO KBNT.���K. W. C. Block-
Two roomB en suite on Ward st.,
also rooms facing the west. On September 1, two sirgie rooms and two
or three en EU.te facing Baker st.
Furnishei or unfurnished. Mrs. F.
J. Sqn.re,  Room 41,  K.    VV. C. Illoclt.
WANTED���A     position     as     housekeeper for family or   mess,   or   any
place   ol   trust   by   an     experienced
woman.    Apply C, Miner Olllee.
'EMPLOYMKNT.--A11 kinds of help
wanted���Orders for help receive
' prompt attention. It. Purdy, Employ-
i ment agent. Phone 41. P O. linx,
' 582.
_13t    N. M. CummiiiH, Lossoo���Kvery known
variety of soft drinks.   P O 14ox 88.  Teleplion
No. 31. IJoovur sjLreet. Nulson.   Uottlurs of the
famous tiu Loon Hottiprlugs .Mineral Water
/ A. Macdonald)���Architects and suporin
tendonts, hrokun ilill Block, comer haker aud
Ward .SLrceus, iNolson
MACDONALD   & Co.-Corner   Fron
and  Hall ciLroeta���Whultmalu  Krouur
anil jobborn iu blanket*, glovur), mittu, buuU)
rubburu, inackinawH and iiiintirn' riuudrtutt.
rBUltNd & Co.-Bakor au-out, Nelson-
���   WbuluHale doalora iu Crtwb a d cured
nusiith.   Cuitl tiloraKe.
Baker tilruut, Nelnon��� Wiioluwalo dea
oru in fru.-ih and cured ineaU.
.,   NoIhou ��� WholPfale dmlais in
LUiueitl'   bUppiiuH,   rilJUI'LiHK   goodii
You can put in your coal and then light the fire
from the top. It 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
; I WANTED.���By a woman work of any
j kiDd, Would pefer iooking after
oftices.    Enquire at Nelson Cafe.
_��'��� ���
S'MEN WANTED���On     Crow's      Nest
S?|    Southern   Ry.     Uood   wages,   long
I job   Headquarters, Elko,    ii.   C.     A.
(Juthrie & (Jo.
M'LACIILAN BItOS. (Successors to Van
con vcr Hardwuro Co, Ltd.) Bakor ritrcut.
Nelson��� Wholesale dealers in hardwaro and
ininiiiK supplies, plumbers' aud tinsmiths' sup
NELSON Employment Agency. Raker
street.    Phono 278.   J. II. Love.
Wanted.���Railroad   men for Lardo.
llridgemen        Tie     cutters.       Wood
Choppers.        Laundress.       Girl    for
incorporated under the laws of British Columbia.
Capital \ 1.000,000 tn 1.000.000 Shares. Par Value S1.00 Each.
All Treasury Sloi-K.   No rromolcrs' and tin Preferred Slock.
Cambourne Group, 9 Claims Oyster Group, 6 Claims
Located in the Free Gold Fish River Camp,   Lardeau Mining Division, British Columbia.
Large Veins. Free Hilling Gold Ore
In view of the splendid showings of both high and low
grade ore and the unrivalled facilities tor the economical
developing and working of the properties, it is confidently expected that, not only will the present issue of stock be sold
quickly, but that no more will be offered at less than par.
Address all inquiries for information, or applications for
stock to
P. O. Box 556, Nelson. B. C.
Fiti;i'. Mlllliip uuld   Ptopertlei-We are
aiixlnus to si-eiire a Tew Tree mllllnc Kolil
! properties al onoe. The Pnmpeelur's Kx-
I clinnge, Nelson, B. V, (tunni 4, It W. <.
I Black.
��;oi.l�� sin i;it rnri-i.it LB.tD��� JHiicn   mid
prosper!* wanted.  Ueml roporl anil hiiiii-
ples In the I'rospi-clor's Kxeknnge. Nelson.
b.i'.   it....in i u.-w.-c. bleak.
Oftices now occupied by R. M. Macdonald; poNsesaion Do. 1st.
7-room     liotme,      moilern   oonveni-
enee, $22.
Groom     house,    modern     oonvcui-
ciiccs, (13.50.
4-room honso. water only, $11.
Two lots, Observatory at, ?tfiO.
5-room house, Carbonate st.   81.Olio
7 room bouse, Carbonate st,   $2,100.
131 paints, oils and Klnss; uiuchanics' tools
AKutiUj tor Ontario Powder Works; lrnauiiui
UKNKlt, UKKTON & Co.-Gorner Vornon
uud Jobouhinn titrouW, Noinon���Whcle
���.iio doulort) in iitjuurn. uigaru, and dry Kootta,
AgenU for Pabst iJruwiiijj Co. of Milwatikoe
and Calgary lirowing Co of Calgury.
HUDSON'S BAY C-o.-Wholosalu gi*oc��riu3
aud liquorrj otc., liaker tilruot, Noluou.
Oilioo oornor Hall aud front Htrouta
Nelnon���Lunibor, coiling, llooriug, and uvory
thing in wood for building purpOHCB. Uot oui
prico-t.   CorroHponduucu Holioitod.
rp GALL*
X ��� and I
ON fe CO.���Doalorn in  oro saokH
winoH.   Alwaj'rt a largo nU*-k on
rolophonoJOd.  Koom U, K.-W.-C Block
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always op
Rates to all railway and
lake points
General Agent,
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors west
C.P.R. offices.
Official Broker.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Older* by m*U receive careful and prompt attentir n	
P. L. S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
Mineral   Mma and mines suiveycd.
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
169 NELSON b c
Wiul.iriiioru Mines.  CnrreHPoiidonoeBollrjlb
Will pay tbe highetit oaali prloe for all
kimlH of hikioihI band goods. Will bay
or will anything from an anchor to a
needle. Farnltnre, stoves, oaiperU,
-ooklng atuiiKils, bought in honsohold
qnantltiea. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Addrens
Bllvw King Mike, Box 1100. Hall
Hlreot, Nelson, Ti. C.
TAKE NOTinic that tho abovo Is a tmo copy
(If I Im IH'npnsril liy III w upoll Which ttlO VOUl  111
tliu Mimicipilil v will bu hilu'u un Tilumlny tlio
null ilnv of Novombor timtant botwoon  tli
liourH of olght o'r.look A.M. and 4 o'olock P.M
in- i.hn Kimt Wuril at (ho Oily l'olloo Court o
lllih ilny of Novomlior lustiml.  botwoon  tho
olKht o'r.look ' "* ���A
tbo oaHt Hltto of JoHtiiihlno Htrout anil for tho
JIV-.  111!  Ul     VUWUU.Ww    .......
Wont Ward at, thu olllou of Want Hrotliow on
tho north mIiIo of llakur utroot bittwoen HtJinloy
and Kootonay utrootx in tho City of Npluim.
J. K. 8'1'ltACHAN.
Clork of tbo Council.
Novombor itb, W01,
Stoves and
Ranges . .
Wi< nrr showing this season a full
lino of thi'm' guilds and solicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
and try a bot.Uo, a rioKoit, or a tiarrol of
CALGARY BEER iw It In the bout and
ohcupuHt on tno mnrkot. AIho try our
Tnleohono 03 1 tnk��r Ht,.. Nnlnon
J. 0. GWILLIM, B-,  Bo-,
;minino enoineer.
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in 11. C
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. B C.
CARS : : :
addition   to
Crows' Nest Section-
Lc-ave  Kootenay  Landing
Tuesday and  Friday  for  St
Paul via Soo Line.
Friday only for 1 oronto,
Montreal and Boston and intermediate poinis on direct
For berths, limntalilfls, rates nnd full
infiiriiiul inn apply to.
H. L. Bimiwn,
Oity I'asminger Agent
J, H. Oaiitrr,
I lis. Push. Agt.
E, J. CoylR
A. Q. P. A.
Notice is hereby given that the
laundry business of Wah Koe has
been sold to Mar Yick. All accounts due Wah Keu are to be
paid to him only.
Take Notice that I, Mar Kim,
have purchased tbe laundry business of Kim Chung and that I will
not be responsible for any debts
contracted by Kim Cluing.
Nov. 7,11)01. MALI KIM.
' Nelson Daily Miner Fruiv, Novembers,  1901
!���etter Do   yon   want   a   good
Files Letter File, one that is
honestly made in every
particular, the best cheap File ever
made? If so, r.e recommend our
''Accountant,'.' with double arch,
ibdex and cover.    Price 50c.
For a better File, in fact, the best
File made we recommend tbe "Shannon," witb index and cover. Price,
letter size 90c., Cap size fl.OO.
For Otlice Sundries of all kinds we
know no better place than the
��� vwmvkrVrVWtHWWWM
' The Valhalla came into Nelson
yesterday to have her boiler cleaned
and some other slight repairs made.
Firewood is coming in considerable shipments from the ranches
along the river every day. The
Chinamen up the lake have cut
several hundred cords, which they
have disposed of to their countrymen in town.
H. W, MitcheU, who arrived
from Fernie yesterday states that
the coal town is growing rapidlv.
A great deal of building is in progress and besides the increasing of
the coke ovens there is considerable
work being done in the railway
Dr. G. A B. Hall returned from
Calgary on Wednesday night. He
states that on the prairies the temperature has been below zero for a
couple of days, with half a foot of
snow on the ground and a heavy
wind blowing. Business is good in
the Territories and the country
The difference in the roadway on
Baker street at present compared
with its condition after a wet spell
two years ago was the subject of
appreciative comment from two
visitors to the city yesterday. At
that time the roadway from Ward
to Josephine was a sea of liquid
mud, almost impassable to pedestrians even at the crossings, while
from Ward to Stanley street was
not much belter.
A happy social event took piace
on Wednesday evening when
George Phillips was united in marriage to Miss Alice Scofiin, both of
this city, at the residence of J. W.
Holmes, Rev. J. H. White officiating, The bride was supported by
Miss Eliza Wilkinson, while Joseph
W. Holmes, Jr., was best man, A
company of intimate friends sat
down to a most bountiful wedding
supper. The bride was generously
remembered by her
li quire Strong Workmen  to OonB'roct.
A big, hustling boilermaker down
al Niles, O , had an experience with
(irape-Nuts Food that is worth
knowing. George Preston says
there was a time when his appetite
for breakfast failed I11111 and it came
from stomach trouble caused by his
way of eating.
He would get hungry from his
work about 9 or 10 o'clock but was
not allowed to eat during work
hours, and when dinner time came
he would over-cat and would be in
misery the rest of the day, and not
able to eat any supper.
He Bays, "I was troubled with
headaches aivl so dizzy from 5:.oping over that I would stagger when
.straightening up.
Grape-Nuts being called to my
attention I took a package to my
boarding place and had some for
breakfast, and I did not get hungry
until near the noon hour, I now
knew what was the matter with me.
I began to eat a good, healthy food
and it agreed with me, so I have
kept on using Grape-Nuts for breakfast with a little cream.
I have never taken one drop of
medicine only once for sore throat,
but 1 am now as well and hearty as
any man that walks and 1 know how-
to keep my strength now by the use
of good food, and I think 1 would
lose a part of it if I left off Grape-
Nuts. This food has been better
to me and my family than any medicine.
I am at Niles, Ohio, and ready to
show the truth of what I write.
Anyone canca'l and see me and my
family and judge for themselves
whether we are healthy or not. I
have used 221 packages of Grapc-
Jiiuts since 1 began."
The Rossland of the Lardeau
Full particulars of
��� BEE ���
West Block. East Baker St.
Saturday, November 9th, being
the King's birthday, and a public
holiday, all the retail grocery stores
will be closed.
Despite the wet weather this week
work is progressing rapidly on the
high school and Salvation Army
buildings. Both buildings will
probably be completed before the
winter sets in.
Last night an illustrated lecture
on the Beauties of Bermuda was
given in the Salvation Army hall by
Ensign Andrews, travelling financial
secretary of the Army. Tonight she
will conduct the regular services
and also on Saturday night when
there will be a magic lantern service, subject, Temperance. The
Sunday services will be at the
usual hours, the subject for the
evening being The Model Woman.
All these services will be special in
their nature.
Rev. J. H. White has returned
from Vancouver where he attended
the meeting of the missionary committee of Conference. Among the
items of business was the appropriating of $2,200 towards the
missions of Kootenay. Mr. White,
also, while at the Coast attended a
meeting of the managing board of
Columbia college. That institution
is flourishing as it never has before.
It has a staff of five teachers and a
regular attendance of fifty pupils of
whom 28 are in residence. A commercial business college has been
established and is being well patronized. Rev. Mr. Sipprel, the principal, is bringing ihe college to a
high degree of efficiency.
Judge Harrison, barrister, died
at Slocan City on Wednesday after
a short illness. It was stated yes
terday that at one time he was a
prominent jurist in New Brunswick
and for a period was one of the
justices of the supreme court of that
province. He was one of the
pioneers of Nelson and lived here
for several years. About four years
since he removed to Slocan City
where he since lived practising his
profession. Judge Harrison was a
man of sociable disposition, convivial in his habits and had many
friends in Nelson and New Denver,
He was aged about 55 years. The
body is to be sent to his old home
in Ihe far east for interment.
Canadians Dine.
New York, Nov. 7.���The annual
banquet of the Canadian club took
place tonight,    Nearly  1100 guests
were present,
John Keen, of Kaslo. is at the
A. Klot'kinan, of Rossland, is at
the Phair.
John Keen, of Kaslo, was in Nelson yesterday.
W. II. Jeflery, mining engineer
of Kaslo, is at the Phair,
A. Constans, superintendent of
Athabasca mill, is a guest at the
James Cionin, manager of the
St. Kugene mine at Moyie, is at
tho Phair.
Miss Ellen Eccles arrived last
night from Victoria, on a visit to
her sister, Mrs. W. G. McMorris.
R T. Lowery, the jester of the
New Denver Ledge and The
Claim, was in town yesterday
on 11 business visit.
I. C. Schcrmerhorn, ol Savward
& Co., returned last night from
White Hone, where he has been
for the past five months in the
interests ol the firm. (
Kings Birthday Rates.
On November 8th and Oth all
C. P. R. agents will sell return
tickets in local territory at fare
and one third, good to return till
Nov. Uth.
Phair���W H Jeffery, Kaslo: C
G Hoyt, North Yakima; John S
Sapp, St Paul; VV H Yawkey,
Detroit; H AUenberg, Spokane:
Charles Coit, Spokane; E J Mac
kay, Montreal; James Cronin and
sou, Moyie; C R McLaughlin,Winnipeg; A Klockman, Rossland; Q
H Wright, Sandon; C F Prloher
and wife, Quebec; Miss Scott and
Miss Williams, New York.
Grand Central���K Picord, Poor-
man mine; II Woolaver, Slocan;
Q It Lanslater, Salrao; Wra Nol-
and, Dead wood; Thomas McGui-
gan, Spokane.
Hume���W F Irvin, Vancouver;
F L Barlow, Montreal. Mrs McGregor, Slocan; J W Pantall.Ham
inoml, Ind; W A Dewar, Toronto.
Queen's���John A Benson, Salmo;
Mrs L Carson, Ymir. Hugh Black,
Arlington; A Constans, Athabasca
Madden���Martin Maurer, James
Flynn, James Watson, H H
O'Hara, Slocan city.
Tremont���J Ludwig, Fern mine;
F S Jowett, Nelson.
A Poor Millionaire.
Lately starved in London because
he could nor digest his food. Early
use ot Dr. King's New Life Pills
would have saved him. They
strengthen the stomach, aid digestion, promote assimilation, improve
appetite. Price 25c. Money back
if not satisfied. Sold by Canada
Drug & Book Co.
All   Liptou's   teas are grown in his
own gardens in Ceylon.
L. 8. Otis, piano tuner, having retimed from a vacation trip is again
ready ijr business.
��� IS  THE ���
Leading  Scotch   Whisky
R. P- Rithet & Co-, Limited
__���  13-  CxXvAY RopTOeiitativi
P. O. Box 521       ���       Nelson
Wishes to inform the public that
he has started in business as a
Chimney Sweep. Work carefully
and promptly attended to. Orders left at Prosaer'a second-hand
store, Ward Street.
Lumbago, pains In tho back or side, HorencBr.,
swelling or Inflammation And no standi rig
ground after an appitoatton of Griffiths' Lini-
mont -penetrates in _ minute, dispels the pain,
stops tni! Buttering.    You will find it bettor
Until pl;i-1iT-.
Mr. Mack While, well known trainer of tho
Toronto Lacrosse Club ami Osgoode Football
Club says: "Griffiths' Liniment la unequalled
for athletes or those training, I have used it
with the he*��t of siiocchh for noru bark, HUlfm'Hs,
soreness, sprains and all forms of swelling and
For Hale by J, H. Vannl-onc  Nelwn, B. O.
Spokane Fails At
Northern R'v.
Nelson Sl Fori
Sheppard* Ry
Red Mountain R'v.
For the comfort of the number of
people who are now using this
popular line, a direct daily Buffet
Car service has been inaugurated,
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable on any of the
larger railwa)s 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 Arrive
��:0ll a.m Spokane 7:35 p.m
13 :36 pm Rossland 4 ;i0 p.m
111 :iu n. 111 Nelson D.oS p.m
H. A. JACKSON, Q. P. * T.A.
Spokane  Wut
Agent,Nelson, Hi;
��� ���������������������������������������������������������������������
I        & CO.
1       MADDEN    BLOCK
j   Cigars...
X Phone 117 }
N. E. T. CO.
Forty minute service until 11 a. m.
and after 7.40 p. m., 20 minutes between.    Leaving II. B. Store  6.45.
BogUKlSVII HlHIlll'J   81.
7,00 a   m. 7.20 a. m.
7 40 8.00
8,20 8.40
9.00 9.20
9.40 10.00
10.20 10.40
11.00 11.00
Twenty minutes until 7.40 p. m.   at
the hour, 20 past and  20 to
Ili.Kii ��lu �� r nun If j 81
7.40 p  m 8.00 p. m.
8.20 8.40
9.00 9.20
9.40 10,00
10.40   last rais. 10 20
The 10 p. m. car from Stanley street
meets the 10.10 p. m. train at the depot,
goen up Stanley street and then to Bo-
Good lots for sale in Addition "A"
close to Tramlines. Fur all information apply at the Company's oflice,
Vernon street.
Wrapper Bargains
To make the different lines complete as to sizes we have made two
LOT I���Ladies Flannellette Wrappers, in light and dark Fanoy Patterns, fast colors, made with yoke,
pleated back, full skirt, Fitted waist
lining, sizes 32, 84, 36, 38, 4(1, 43.
Regular $1.50, and 81.75 yonr choice
each     1.00
LOT _��� Ladies' Honso Gown made
of light anil dark fanoy Wrapporette,
fast colors, heavy weight, mnde with
joke, pleated hack, foil skirt with
flounce, fitted waist lining, Noatly
trimmed with Rutlles, Lace and Ribbon. The $8.5tl aud St.00 lines atone
price eaoh 3-00
Lu 171 her..
Delivered to any poini
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 PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Montreal
Allan Line Tunisian Nov.  7
Allan Lino Corinthian Nov. 16
Beaver Line Lake Simeoc Nov.  8
lieuv cr Lino Lake Manitoba Nov. 15
Prom Portland. Me.
Dominion  Lino   Vancouver , Nov. lfl
Domi lion Line Dominion Nov. 23
From Now York
Cunard Line  Umbrla Nov. 9
(!unard Lino Lucunia Nov. 16
White Star Line Majestic Nov.  6
White Star Line Oceanic  Nov. 13
American Line Philadelphia ..Nov. 13
American Line Ut.   I aul , Nov. 20
N, G. L. Kaiser Wilhelin tier Ororwo No,.. 19
Hamburg-American Furst. Uismaick...Nov. 23
French Line I^a Uascogue Nov,  7
Fiom Boston
Cunard Line Ultonia Nov.   16
Dominion Line Commonwealth Nov. 27
. ,��� Gen. Agent, Winnipeg, Man.
J. S. CARTER, D. P. A.. Nelson
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Shortest ami quickest route to tha cast ami all
points on ,1m I), ii. & S. mnl Norllinru I'a-
rill.- Railways In Wu hiiiK.oii. Oregon anil
Southern States.
Time Card effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
S:S0 a. >ii.
10:65 p.in, Ar.
Ar. 4:00 p. m
Lv. 1:15 p. in.
Int Nav- & Trading Co-
5:20 p. m. Lv. Nolson Ar. 11:00 a. m.
0:10 p. m. Ar. Knslo Lv. ":00��.m.
Connootlng nt Five Mllo Point, with Nelson
4 Fort -heppard Railway both to and from
Rossiallil, etc        	
Tickets sold to nil parts in United Stato* and
Canada via Ureal Northern and O. R. & N.
Co.'s lines.
Ocean steamship t'ckoU and rate, via all
lines will tie furnished on application.
For furlhor particulars call on or address
���   _    , ".muter. Kaslo.O, C
Q. IC Tackamjky Audit. Nelson B. (!.
Canada PermanentandWes-
tekn Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage
Apply to U. L. LAN NO*. U��k.r Sl,
Kootenay Street. Next Oddtellows' Hall
P. O. Box 633.
Blouse Specials
French Flannel and  Satin   Blouses
broken as to Size, bnt all must Ko.
LOT 1-2 dozen Frenoh Klannol
BlouBeB in Navy, Sky, Pink, Rov,i
Green, Plain Colors or Polka Dots
and Fanoy Patterns made with
pleated banks, full front and Bisln,,,
sleeves, with strap elfeots RognUt
18.00 and 811.75, to go at    2 SO
LOT 2���Blaok Blouses Matin ���;
Mercerized Sateen in plain or twin
having tucked bank, full front, and
Belle Sleeve, Lined throughout. R|.���u.
lai 13.00 to go at | n.
WTd & Baker Sts.
Nelson, B. C.
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.
"Gbe IRoyal Bank of Canaoa"
Capital   Autbtirlxetl.
Incorporated 1869.
frU.iHW mw.uo | Capital Paid-up,
Bt'Ht, . ���       ���
Hoard of iMrcctor*     rhomaa E. Kminy,  President;   Thomas Ritchie, Vioe Preflldj
Wiley Smith   11. U. Bauld, llou. David MacKoen.
Heart OlUre, Halifax i
General Manager, Kd*on L Pease, Montreal.
Superintendent uf ilnuichos, and Secrotary, W. H. Torrance, HallfaT,
Nova   ���eotla-Halttax   Branch,   Auttgoni��r
Bridgewatcr, Uuysboro. Londonderry, Lu
enburg. MalUand (Hante Co.), Piclou, l'ort
HawkeHbury, Sydney, Shubenacadic.Truro,
New    Brunswick ��� Bathurst,     Dorchester,
Fredericton. Kingston (Kent Co.), Mouc
ton, No www tie, Sackville, St, John,VVoodnlock*
P. E* lilaad���Charlotte town, Summerslde.
HiH'lier ������Montreal (City Oflice), Montroa
WoHt Kiul (Cor. Notre Dame and 8<j1k-
neurn Strcot*); WoHimount (Cor. Grttoue
Avenue and St. Catharir.ot*  Stroet,
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cuba. WeHt I ml I*\m���Havana.
United states���Now York (16 Exchange Place
Republic, Wa��h,
Grand   Furks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vancouver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria,
. ___ _* L      .- ,        *"W**I
r;a����d��-Merehant�� Bank of Canada. Bonlon-NaUonal Shawmnt Bank. rhlMKO-llllnolB
Trust and Savings Bank. 8aa Fr��ncl,co-Flmt National Bank. Lunduu, KniT-Hank ol
Scotland. r��rl��. France-Credit Lyonnais. Krrmmta-Uank of Bermuda. < lilmi iiiiiUh
pan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.    SpaUaue-Old National Bank.
Ueneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills ol Exchange  B*u(h
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
NKLSON LODGE    No. 23. A. F. &
M. moots second Wodnosday in
month,   Visiting brothern weleomo
I. O. O. F. Kootonay Loduo
No. Hi, moots evory Monday ninlit,
at  their  Hall,  Kootoniy ��t��oot
Sojourning Odd Follows cordially Invltod.
John A, Mcltac, N.Q.   U. W. Rutherford, V.G
Fred J. Squire, Per. Sec.
Close connection Rust and Wont-
bound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls nnil Northern lluilwuy,
Direct connection nt St. Paul without chaiiKe of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and Smith.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:l!i i in
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:15 ��.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 8*0 p m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, und all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
tbemagniflcentBteainships North Whs*
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Oompany Line, operated in con-
nection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further information, aps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls A Northern Ky., Kaslo & Slocan
By., Kootei ai Railway & Navigation
Oo , or to
Oity Pass, and Tkt   Agt, W  7(U  W
Hiversido Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
U. K. TAOJ.ABURY, Local Agent,
Nelson. B 0
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter No. 183,0. It. (,'.
Mccls third Wednesday. **ojonrninK uonipan
ions invited. George Johnstone, '/>. K.W.
Matthews, S. K.
Kmeels In K. of 1'. hull, Oddfellows block
JcvoryTuosday evening at 8 o'olock.
7a11 visiting knighte cordially Invito
Wm. Ikvini, C.C.
A. T. I 'a un, K. of K. and S.
Nelson Knca pnient No. 7. Meots every '-'nii
and 4Mi Friday of each month, in Odd Kullojv*
Hall, coiner Baker and Kootenay Btrocw,
Nelson. A. 11. ClemenU, C. P.; 1). MeArlhur
R. S.   Visiting brothers always welnoma,
NKI.SON I,. O. L. No. 1(1112 meets in fraternity Hall on first and third Friday evening
of each iiiulith at 8 o'clock.    Visiting iniillllu'r
cordially   Invltod.    W. W. Bradley. VV. a-
A, Mh.ly. R.S.   _ .
N HI-SON AKRIK No. 22, F. (>. K., moots
every socmxl and futtrth Wednesdays of oaol.
in urn h. Visiting iiiembura oordlally Imvh
Cliarlos Prosser, ^crotarv.
Kootonay Tent No. 7. K. O. T. M��� hold Ijiolt
regular mootlngs In Fraternity Hnll. I. 0.t). r.
block, on the 1st and 3rd Thursday! of ojon
ii.onl.li. Vlsiluu lilelhron cordially Invited ui
attend, G.A.Brown, It. K.i A. P. Purdy,Com,
R. J.steel. 1).0.0,
N<>. W
1st and :trd Wednesday evenings!)"
oaeh mouth at Fialernliy hall,
cornor of Bakor and Kooleiiay
streot*. VlslUng brothern rard-
lallj invited.
Kpwakd Maclkoi). Secreuirv.
Meotlngs *th Ihursdaycf month. Fralernnl
hall. J A Irving O  R.   IJ. H. Fleming. IW
Nelson Court Star of Koot��nay, A. O. K
Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in overy
month. Visiting brethren welcome >V ��� M"c'
Millar CR     Robert McLeod Sec.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Poiter.
M��Uou  B. O
West Transfer Co.
Best  Fir and  Tamarac  Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Office on   Baker Street Tel


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