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Array Laily Edition No. 1217
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Nelson,   British Columbia, Sunday,   December 15, 1901
E\venth  Year
MARCONI'S
- TRIUMPH
Makes the  Most Wonderful
Discovery of Modern
Times.
He Received Electrical Signals Across the Atlantic.
St. John, Nfld., Dec. 14.���Signor
Marconi informs tbe correspondent of
tlie Associated Press that he has received wireless messages from a station in Cornwall, England, solving
the problem of s gnalling across the
Atlantic ocean without wires.
lie explains that before leaving
England he had made his plans or
accomplishing thn result, or while
his primary object was to communi
cate v. ith oean liners in miducean, he
also hoped to succeed in attaining the
wonderful scientific achievement of
wireless telegraphy across the Atlantic, Signor Marconi's station in
Cornwall is most powerful. He
possesses an electric force generated
there a hundred times greater than at
his ordinary stations. Before he left
England he arranged with the electrician in cbaige of tbe station, which
is located at Poldbu.to begin sending
signals daily after a certain date,
whicb signor Marconi would cable
him upon perfecting his arrangement
here. Signor Marconi arrived here a
week ago and seleoted Signal hill at
the entrance to tbe Harbor as an experimenting station, and moved his
equipment there. Last Monday he
cabled the I'oUilm station to begin
sending signals at 3 p.m. daily and to
continue until 0 p. m. These hours
being respectively 11.30 a.m. and 2*30
p. in. St. John time. During these
liouis on Wednesday Signnr Marconi
elevated a kite with an aerial wir^
ray means of which signals are sent
or received. He remained at the recorder attached to tlie receiving apparatus, and to his profound satisfaction, signals were received by him nt
intervals, according to the programme
arranged previously with the operator
at I'oldhu. These signals consisted of
repenting at intervals the letter "S"
which in Marconi's code is made by
three dots or quick strokes. This signal was repeated so frequently and
aocording to the detailed plan arranged to provide safeguards against
possibility of a mistake that Signor
Marconi was satisfied thai it was a
genuine transmission from England.
Again on Thursday, during the same
hours, the kite was elevated and the
same signals were renewed. This
made the assurance so complete that
Signor Marconi cabled to his principals in England and also informed
the Governor of Newfoundland, Sir
Cavendish Boyle, who apprised the
British cabinet of the success of the
experiments.
Signor Marconi, though satisfied of
tbe genuineness of the signuls and
that he has suocceded in his attempts
to establish communication across the
Atlantic ocean without the aid of
wires, emphasises the fact that the
system is jet only in an embryonic
"'��gc, but that the possibility of its
ultimate development is demonstrated
by tlie success of of the present experiments, with incomplete and imperfect
apparatus, as the singals oan only be
received by the most sensitive adjustment and Signor Marconi is working
under great difficulties owing to thc
conditions prevailing here. The
Cornwall coast ia 1700 miles from St.
Johns, In view ef the success attend-
lnK these trials, Signor Marconi will
-'or the present disregard the matter
o* communication with the trans-
Atlantic steamers. He will return to
England next week and will conduct
tlic experiments from Poldhu himself.
"8 explains that with great electrical
power theie it will enable him to
send more effective signals. He will
undertake this work himself leaving
assistants here to erect a mast and revive hia signals as he forwards them.
It
is not possible lo send   return   sig
nals from here until a powerful electric battery shall have been installed.
Sir Robert Bond, premier of Newfoundland, offers Signor Marconi
ev��ry facility within the power of the
colonial government for the carrying
��"t of his plans.
THE SCHLEY VERDICT.
Secretary   Long   Now   Has   It   Before
Him Por Review.
Washington. Dec. 14.���The secretary
of the navy now has before him fc
review, the report of the court of
inquiry in the Schley case He is
naturally taking time to do this care
fully so that immediate action is not
expected. Meanwhile the couri is
technically in session and will remain
bo until dissolved by order of Secretary Long, who convened it.
The question has been raised since
the appearance of the two reports in
print, how far Admiral Dewey, the
president,.subscribed to the opinions
expressed in the first report and in the
findings by nppending his signature,
that signature being required of him
apparent ly by the regulation above
quoted, regardless of his individual
opinion. In response lo inquiry on
this point, the judge advocate general
of the navy sayB: According to the
naval practice Admiral Dewey, by
affixing his signature to the report of
the court of inquiry in the case of
Rear Admiral Schley, expresses full
concurrence in all the findings of fact
and iu all the opinions reached by
couri except those with respect to
which he has in term signified dissent
in his minority.
Opinion in the senate is divided as
to the probability of a congressional
investigation of the Schley controversy but is upon the whole against
the probability of such a course. A
majority of the Republican senators
appear to be adverse to the reopening
of the question and those of this view
include the friends of Admiral
Schley.
HAMILTON'S   VICTORY.
He Surprises A Boer Laager and Kills
16, Captures (6
London, Dec. 14.���Reporting to the
war oflioe from Pretoria, under date of
yesterday, Lord Kitchener says:
"Bruce Hamilton after a loDg night
march surprised Piet Viljoen's laager
at dawn on Dee. 13th at Witksaens,
25 miles northwest of Erinelo. killed
16 Boers nnd captured 76 armed prisoners. Many other were wounded
and weie left nt farms. He slso
captured one of Benson's guns, the
other being destroyed. Two field
cornets are among the prisoners. The
recaptured gun is in good order and
was nsed against the retreating
enemy."
Rt. Hon. W. St. John Broderick,
secretary of state for war, wired the
government's congratulations upon
General Bruce Hamilton's brilliant
achievement.
CARNEGIE'S OFFER.
Bonds Must Be Changed to Cash Says
Roosevelt.
Washington, Dec. 14.���It is said to
be denfinitely decided that President
Roosevelt will not accept the offer of
Andrew Carnegie of $10,000,000 of
bonds of the United States Steel Corporation for the purpose of founding
an institution for higher education in
this city. The views of prominent
senators and representatives, as they
have oeen given to the president, are
practiaally unanimous against the
acceptance of the offer in its present
shape, but the president, however, is
very hopeful that an adjustment can
be made by which Mr. Carnegie will
convert the bonds which be tendered
into cash or United States bonds.
New York, Dec. 14.���Andrew Carnegie today ou being asked about his
$10,000,000 gift offered to the government for a national university said:
That Washington matter will come
ont all right. If 1 had to sell those
bonds myself, I would have no trouble
in getting the money for them. There
will be no trouble about the matter,
mark my words."
ANDREW CARNOEIE SPOKE.
New York, Dec. 14.���Andrew Carnegie was thc principal speaker today
at the laying of the corner stone of
the new High School of Commerce.
This is the first free High School of
Commerce in this country. Mi. Carnegie was very warmly received and
said in part: This school is the
pioneer high school ot eommerce in
New York, or in tho country, and it
owes its creation to the fact that the
United States has become the leading
commercial nation in export of its
products, even Great Britain being
now second The exports of ita agricultural products have long been flrst
among the nations, but recently we
have entered into competition with
them in manufactmed articles wbiob
we formerly had to import for our
own wants.
WALTHOUR
THE WINNER
THE BUZZARD
REIGNS
Game ln  First ln lha Six Below Zero Weather Prevails
Day Bicycle Race In
New York.
Won the Championship and
Sum  of  S1500   In
Gash.
New York, Dec. 14.-Bobby Walt-
hour, of Atlanta, (la., of the team of
McEachran and Waltbour, tonight
won the six-day contest at the Madison Square Garden. He crossed tbe
tape two yards ahead of Wilson.
Then came Munro, Babcock, Butler
and Samuelson. The scores they
made are as follows: Waltbour and
McEachran. Maya and Wilson, New-
kirk and Munro, Babcock and Tur-
vilie, Butler and McLean each made
2,656.4 miles;   King   aud. aiamuelson,
2.555.1 miles', Ball and McLaren,
2,442.9 miles: Fredericks and Jaak,
2.-Kill     miles;   Lawson   and     Julius,
2.231.2 miles.
The record is 2,733.4 miles. Hall
and McLaren, Fredericks and Jaak
and Lawson and Julius were scored
officially though tho teams bad left
thc race previous to the finish. The
prizes the riders contended for were
seven in number, as follows: First
prize, 81600; second, $1,000; third,
8750; fourth $500; fifth, 8350; sixth,
8250; seventh, $150. In addition the
management agreed to pay the training exoenses of all men who remained
in the race tbe allotted six days.
Sixteen thousand people saw the end
of tbe race which was close until the
finish, when Walthour crossed the tape
two yards ahead of Wilson. Munro
waa about five yards benlnc". Babcock and Butler crossed tli9 tape but
a few inches apart. After it was all
over Walthour and Wilson rode
around the track, their hands clasped
as they pedalled along, and Wilson
extening congratulations to Walthour.
COLONIALS FOR THU. NAVY.
New York, Dec. 14,���The admiralty
authorities are being urged to make
an effort to seoure the servises of
Canadians and Australians as officers
in the King's navy, so that the consciousness tbat the navy is au Imperial service should be fostered, says
a despatch to the Tribune, from
Lonon. It argued that the position of
the navy as the foundation bulwark of
the British empire wonld be better
understood in both Great Britain and
the colonies if the admiral commanding in the Mediterranean was an Australian and the admiral commanding
the future north sea squadron, a
Caradian,
HOPES OF FAST SERVICE.
New York, Dec 14.���The London
correspondent of the Tribune says it
s stated that an important agreement
will shortly be arrived at in connection with the proposed fast mail service to Canada. Correspondence is
now proceeding between the Dominion
authorties and the Colonial office on
the subject and it is understood that
the long standing difficulty as to the
proportion of the subsidy to bo borne
by the Imperial government will be
disposed of by the Dominion government's contribution upon condition
that tbe contractors give special facilities far carrying Canadian dairy and
other products for the home   markets.
ROSSLAND ORE SHIPMENTS.
Rossland, Deo. 14.���The Rossland
camp produced the same amount of
ore for the week ending tonight as
was shipped duiing the previous
week. The total is 5,750 tons made
up as follows: Le Roi, 4,200 tons; Le
Roi No. 2, 1,250 tons; Rossland Great
Western, 300 tons. The week has
passed uneventfully In tho camp.
Monday will be a lively day because of
the payroll distribution. The wage
list will aggregate close to $70,000.-
MOTHER AND CHILD PERISHED.
Victoria, Deo. 14.���After a family
row this evening, the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Keeler at Ross Bay was
burned dowL and the mother and child
were burned to death. Tho father, an
old beggar. Is in a cell at the city
prison pending an lnvajilgation by
the police.
In
Many   Eastern
Places.
At One Point In Minnesota It
Is  39 Degrees Below.
Chicago, Deo. 14.���Chioago experienced today and tonight one of the
most severe cold snaos on reoord for
the early part of the winter. Three
deaths were reported to tbe police
during the day as having ueen eaused
by the cold. This morning the mercury in the weather office stood at 8
below zero and the highest point
reached   during the day was 6 below.
THIRTY-NINE BELOW.
St. Paul, Deo. 14.���All stations report record breaking temperatures
ranging from 15 to 39 below zero, the
latter figure coming from Park
Rapids in northern Minnesota.
A FIERCE STOKM.
i    	
It is Raging in Wyoming and Shows
No Abatement Signs.
Cheyenne, Dec, 14.���The storm
raging in the southern part of Wyoming for the past 48 hours shows nn
disposition to abate. The temperature
is below zero with a wind blowing
that onts to the marrow. Several
herders have been frozen to death in
efforts to gather scattered bands of
sheep. The loss of sheep in Red
Desert cannot be estimated, as the
flocks are aeattered to the four winds.
Snow plows bave been working at the
most threatening points on the Union
Pacific and though tbe truck has been
kapt open, trsins are delayed from 6
to 7 hours. The stage between klnako
river and Rawlins became lost last
night and [or several hours the passengers were compeled to walk. One
man had bis feet so badly frozen that
amputation was necessary. A snow
slide occurred at the mine of the
Battle Lake Tunnel Site company on
Cow oreek near Battle lake, Wyo. A
cabin occupied bv a family was carried down the mountain side for 30
feet but nu one was seriously injured.
DEATHS FROM COLD.
Chicago, Deo. 14.���Two deaths were
reported today as the result of the
severe cold. Jos. Grammer, 50 years
old, a driver of a teaming wagon,
complained that the cold made bim
feel ill when he reported for work
and later while at work he fell from
his wagon load. An unidentified man
was seen to throw up his hands and
stagger while trying to cross Wells
street near Kinzie street. People ran
to his assistance but be dropped dead
in the street. His death is thought
to have been from heart disease superinduced by the cold.
THIRTY-FIVE BELOW.
Milwaukee, Wis., Deo 14.���Wisconsin is wrapped in the severest December oold wave known in mary years.
The coldest point in the state heard
from is Plalnflelc, which reports 35
below zero. Other citieti reporting
low registrations are: Mondovl 32,
llnraboo 24, Lacrosse 23, Green Bay
18, Madison 10, Oskosh 15 and Mari-
natte 14, all below zero. Milwaukee
thermometers registered 10 degrees
below zero tonight.
A TEXAS BLIZZARD.
Fort Worth, Dec. 14.���Tbe blizzard
prevailing over the Panhandle of
Texas will very probably prove a disastrous one tu the cattlemen. There
has been a long dry spell and feed has
been soarce and high, preventing any
great amount of provision for wintering the cattle. The entire section is
covered with snow, and, if it stayj on
the ground lor any length of time, the
cattle not in prime condition will die
by hundreds.
NEBRASKANS ARE FREEZING.
Omaha, Dec. 14.���The present cold
wave, which struck Nebraska Friday
noon hna^becii the lowest ever experienced iu December for 20 years. The
thermometer has ranged between 10
and 16 degrees   below   zero   today   ln
Omaha and some points   in   the   state
report a temperature of 24 below zero.
COLDEST IN 19 YEARS.
St. Louis, Dec. 14.���The coldest
weather for this time of the year in 19
years was experienced in St. Lonis
last night and today. In the 24 hours
ending at 7 a. m. today the mercury
fell from 54 above zero, to zero, tbe
greatest drop registered in the city's
history.
FROM THE GAZETTTE.
In the last issue of the B. C. Gazette
all appointments to the court of revision and appeal under the assessment act have been cancelled and
among others the following appointments made to fill the vacancies:
Nelson, J. A. Turner; Rossland, J.
L. O. Abbott; Slocan, C. W. McAnn;
Revelstoke; W. J.Dickie; Fort Steele,
J. F Armstrong; Golden, J. E.
Griflth; Princeton; A. D. Mclntyre.
The term for the completion of the
assessment rolls has been extended to
Dec." 31st.
The boundaries of certain publio
school districs in the case of plaees
recently becoming incorporated have
been redefined and made to embrace
the corporate iimits of tie following
cities: Columbia, Grand Forks,
Kaslo, Phoenix, Sandon, Slocan and
Trail.
Notice is given of the incorporation
of the Phoenix Water Supply company, limited, with a capital of
$35,000.
The Board of Baptist Missions of
British Columbia has been granted
incorporation.
Tbe Pacific Steel oompany, of Jersey City, with a million dollars capital, has been registered as an extra-
provinoial company.
Tuesday and Thursday, Peoember
24th and 26th, the day before and
after Christmas, and Thursday, Jan
2nd, the day after New Year's day,
will be observed as public holidays.
ASSAYKR8 WHO PASSED.
The last Issue of the British Columbia Gazette oontains the names of tbe
following assayers who passed the
examination recently and to whom
acting Minister of Mines Eberts has
issued certificates of efficiency. Their
names are as follows:
Under section 2, snb-seotion (1)���
Ayres, D. A., Trail, B.C.
Collins on, H., Victoria, B.C.
Comrie, Geo. H., Vancouver, B.C.
Marshall, Wm. Stone, Duncans, B.C.
Under section 2, sub-section (2|���
Coultbard, R. W., Fernie, B.C.
Galbraith, M. T., Greenwood,    B.C.
Gwiliim, J. C, Nelson, B.C.
Stevens, F. ()., Rossland, B.C.
Communication has been opened
with Sandon.Slocan City,Kaslo, Rossland, Grand Forks, Greenwood.
Phoenix and Cranbrook for the purpose of securing and getting ln touch
with available packers for the Third
Canadian contingent. A number of
tbe best men to be had in the Kootenays will be required. Their principal duty will be to look after pack
trains for the contingent, which, it is
intended shall be the most mobile in
the Bervice The country iu Sou'h
Africa In which operations are to be
oonducted Is both hilly nnd mountainous, but is not covered with timber,
like in this oonntry, and hence the
movements of a pack train are not
hampered so much as they wonld be
here. Experts of the "diamond
hitch" will please communicate with
R. A WlneraU who bas been authorized to look after thc matter.
F. H. Foster, of Golden, and J. A.
Bangs, of Calgary, who have been
visiting the Republic camp, where
they are largely interested in the
Trade Dollar, passed through the city
last evening en route for borne. Mr.
Bangs reports that the staff of men
has been increased at the Trade Dollar and that this property as well as
several others in that camp will have
large dumps ready for the smelters so
soon as thc railway now building to
Republic   is completed.
At the skating rink yesterday afternoon one game cf curling was played.
The rink skipped by Judge Forin composed of himself and Messrs. Croasdaile, II. Bird and P. E. Wilson, won
by a score of li to 6. The opposing
team was composed of M. Biid, C. J.
Wilson, J. A. Turner and W. W.
Beer.
A meeting of the curling club is to
be held on Monday evening in the
board of trade rooms, when it is hoped
there will be a full nttendnnoe of the
memoers. Skips are to be chosen and
rinks denied for tbe ensuing Season,
and other matters uf importance will
be dealt with.
joe bobs jp
serenely
Martin Will Contest for Victoria Seat With Bod-
well.
Dominion to Be Asked to Aid
the New Westminster
Bridge.
 -r
Victoria, June 14.���The Times
states tonight that Joseph Martin
will oppose E. V. Bodwell in tbe
contest for the vacant Beat In tha
egislature for Victoria City and that
Dennis Murphy has been offered the
portfolio of minister of mines.
The two torpedo boat destroyers
Virgao and Sparrowhawk, attached
to the British Pacicfic squadron, are
being overhanled and repaiied to
prevent a repetition of such a disaster
as overcame the Cobra.
On account of the prevalence of
smallpox In the states bordeiing on
British Columbia a very strict inspection service is being inaugurated by
the provincial health board. A number of cases in the Kootenay and
Boundary districts have been traced
across the border.
The plans and specifications for the
New Westminster bridge are now
ready for the inspection of tenderers.
Tbe bridge will be a double-deck
structure. The Dominsion government will be asked to contribute to
the cost as it is in the nature of an
international undertaking, giving the
Amerioan railways access to lower
British   Columbia Work     on   tha
island portion of the extension of the
��� heat Northern by rail and ferry to
Viotoria is progressing satisfactorily.
The police have information of the
departure of a sloop loaded with
whiskey having left here for a smuggling cruise along the northern British Columbia and Alaska coast. The
whiskey is stuff especially manufactured for Indians, containing a large
percentage of cayenne pepper,
Under     the    heading "Overloading
colliers^'     the    Times   this    evening
says:     "Considerable   comment was
heard this mnrni-ig in shipping circles
on the  overloading   of ships.     On al
British steamers there   is  a   Plimsoll
mark   on   the   side  of   tbe vessel   to
determine   tbe   amount of cargo   they
shall   carry   io   winter, as also in the
summer  time,     but on tbe Ameiican
craft,    it   is   stated, there is no  suoh
gauge and result   is that liberties  are
frequently   taken   in the loading of a
ship.     It   is   now  asserted   that  the
Mattewan,   whicb it appears now has
gone to the bottom,   was  overloaded,
but   it   is   known   tbat  she carried a
very heavy  cargo  and  it is said  that
she bad no   Plimsoll mark.      It   is   a
noteworthy fact tbat the large colliers
Keywenah     and   Montserratt,   which
were   lost on the same voyage four or
five   years ago,    weie   also   American
vessels and were veiy deeply loaded.
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GRANBY SHIPMENTS.
Grand Forks, Dec. 14.���During the
neek ended today the Granby smelter
treated 4,818 tons of ore. The total
tonnage to date is 275,776 tins.
The wires of the pole line of the
Cascade Water, Power and Light
company have been strong from
Phoenix to Gilpin, a point six unles
east of Grand Forks. The entire line
will probably be finished today.
J. A. Coryell, C. E., has returned
from a trip to the North Fork coal
fields where he conducted a series of
surveys and measurements. He ia
enthusiastio about the coal proposition and says all the district requires
is railway communication to make it
world famous.
A CHINESE FAMINE PREDICTED.
Pekin, Dec. 14.���The Christian Herald's commissioner, investigating the
famine in Chinu, writes from Sian
Fo, province of Shen Si, that the
autumn crops will furnish food for a
few months, but being the first successful crop in five years, will not be
suflioient to last until thc next harvest is gathered. He predicts a repetition of tbe famine in tbe coming
spring. Tbe commissioner estimates
that the deaths from famine in tbe
Shen SI province number 2,500,000 or
id per cent, of thu populatiou.
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The Nelson Miner
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PROPOSED LIGHT PLANT.
There is no certainty that tbe estimate of City Engineer MeCulloch that
tbe installing of a 1,000-horse power
electrical plant for the muni:palty
wuuld not cost considerably over $150, -
000. Tbis would be at the rate of
only $l.ri0 per horse power. The cost
of installation per horse power is less
in some places, but this is where the
price of labor and materials are much
smaller than they are here.
The cost of installation on
this continent of first class plants
varies from 8150 to $000 per horse
power and the average is about $200.
Take the average cost and the city
plant would probably be that much.
and it would   cost   $200,000.
For power additional machinery
should bo supplied in the shape of
transformers, and Mr. MoCulloch's
estimate m.iln-s no mention of this
extra plant, nor does it provide for
duplicate machinery in case of unci
dents. To install extra and duplicate
plant and a second pole line, so as to
guard against shut downs, consequent
on breakdowns, $50,000 additional
would be required. Included in this
would be an additional generator at
the falls and different sets of transformers both at the falls and at the
city sub station.
Supposing, for instance, the city
wished to supply the Tramway com
pany with porter this would necessi
tate the expenditure of about $8,000
for suitable transformers. At present
the Tramway company gets its power
in the form of an alternating current
of 2,300 volt* from Bonnlngton Falls.
Tbis is delivxrcd at 20,000 volts and
Is reduced by transformers owned by
the West Kootenay company. The
power enters a motive generator and
Is transformed into the direct current
necessary for the propulsion ol electric
cars. The motive generator is the
property of the Tramway company
and cost S18.000.
In view of tne fact that the city
would come very nearly to the limit
of its borrowing powers, if it should
elect to borrow the 8150,000 under the
electric bylaw, would it be businesslike to think of undertaking the construction of the plant until it is absolutely eertaiu that the amount it is
proposed to raise would cover the oost
of an efficient and up-to-date plant?
This is a question which all tbe ratepayers should pondjr over. Many
cities have received great setbacks
through the reckless expendture ot
publio money in the earlier stages of
their existence and in that way driven
capital awav instead of entioing it.
The cost of the proposed plant for the
city has not been figured out close
enough to justify embarking in the
enterprise until a more careful esti
mate has been made. Anotner pertinent question is: Are the times auspicious for the undertaking of au enterprise which will cost so much
money? Pay day will come and
should there not be an improvement
in the times and an increase in the
size and importance of the city, the
payment of the principal and intcr-
eit would be quite a burden.
��as the senloi officer of Santiago, ln
absolute command and entitled to the
credit due for the glorious victory
whioh resulted in tbe total destruction
of the Spanish ships, the public of
the United States, except those few
vho are admirers of \dmiral Sampson, will heartily agree. The object
ot the massing of tbe fleet off Santiago was to destroy the Spanish fleet
and thia was done by Rear Admiral
Schley and so thoroughly tbat not a
single Spanish vessel escaped. Surely
this ought to satisfy the most exacting. The truth of the matter is that
Admiral Sampson was a little late In
arriving at tbe scene of action
and in order to take away the credit
fiom Rear Admiral Schley showed
that he had broken some ot the bonds
of red tape which the naval department at Washington had tried to bind
him. The verdict of mankind will
be like that ot Admiral Dewey, however, that Rear Admiral Schley is
entitled to the credit for destroying
the Spanish fleet after it steamed out
of the harbor of Satlago and was shot
to pieces by the vessel under his command. It was Schley's duty to destroy the Spanish fleet and he succeeded in performing it.
There would have been just us
much sense in trying Admiral Nelson,
for bis action at Che Battle of Copenhagen. He was hotly engaged with
tbe enemy when the admiral, bis
superior officer, signalled for bim to
witbdaw his ships and retreat.
Nelson felt that he could win and
putting his telescope to his blind eye
declared that he oould not read the
signal. The fight was kept up by
Nelson, and one of the greatest naval
battles in English history won
through his bravery and his refusal to
obey orders. Bad Admiral Nelson
been in the American navy be would
probably have been tried and condemned for disobeying the orders,
but the English people and Nelson's
superior officer never thought of
doing so foolish a thing.
Admiral Dewey already has many
admirers among tbe American people
and his minority verdict, will greatly
increase his popularity. If he was a
dangerous candidate for president
shortly after the battle of Manila he
ib now more to be feared than ever by
the politicans.
THE SCHLEY VBKDIUT.
The report of thn naval tribunal
whioh inquired into tlic conduct of
Rear-Admiral Schley during thc Santiago oampaign, which has just been
delivered is in the nature of a complete surprise, as it was thought
Schley would be praised intstead of
blamed. A majority of the court condemn Schley on 11 points, while that
of Admiral Dewey sustains him in
most particulars. Where Admiral
Dewey snvs that Ki-ar Admiral Schley
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EDITORIAL NOTE?.
The London Times is always dignified and in replying to the feeling of
antagonism whieh bad beeu raised in
Germany by the utterances of Hon.
Joseph Chambelairi, concerning the
conduct of the GermauB during the
Franco-Prussian war, it said: "We
must beg to remind the Germans that
we claim an equal right to guard our
own honor and to resent accusations
founded upon the most hateful and
personal calumnies, disseminated
with a deliberate persistence inexplicable in a friendly community. We
hope the German people and government will understand that the British
nation will not acquiesce in any impeachment of the honor of our gal
lant soldier, which is as dear to us aB
is that of tbe German army to the
German nations."
The text of the bill providing for the
building of the Panama canal was
published in this papei yesterday and
it may be said to be fully before Congress. The bill provides that not
more than 8180,000,000 shall be spent
on its construction. The expenditure
ot the money is placed in the hands of
tho president; tt will, therefore, be
honestly disbursed, and there is no
doubt that the canal will be constructed. It is a gigantic undertaking, but still a small one when compared with the wealth and sire of the
American republic. The completion of
this waterway will be of as much
benefit to British Columbia as it will
to Washington and Oregon, the states
bordering on the ooast to the south of
this province. It will just about ont
in half the journey to the leading
markets of the world and enlarge our
market and increase the price of all
the commodities whioh we have for
export. It will raise valueof real estate
and this will be especially the oase
with good farming and timber lands,
which are not too far from tbe ooast.
It will divert some ofthe through
trade from the Orient, as when the
waterway is finished steamers trading
between Europe and China will go
via Panama, but this will be made up
for by the closeness to whioh it will
bring this province to markets that
can readily absorb all our surplus
products. The completion of the
canal should witness, therefore, con-
temporaneouly a boom of considerable magnitude in British   Columbia.
The petition by creditors for the
compulsory liquidation of the London
and Globe corporation osme on fur
heating in London recently says a
London exchange. It will be remembered that Mr. Whitaker Wright
made a desperate effort to get the
shareholders to witndraw their support of this petition by holding ont
an extremely tempting reorganization
scheme as a bait, and it might have,
been supposed that shareholders would ,
follow him to a   considerable   extent.
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
INCORPORnTBD    16TO.
BOOTS w_ SHOES
We have lately received a large consignment of all the
newest styles and  makes  of ladies'  and  gentlemen's
Boots and Shoes, including the most up to date styles.
Special attention is drawn to a large assortment of
Ladies'  Fine Evening Slippers
one, two and three strap, with French and Leather Heels Ladies' Queen
Slippers, the newest and nattiest. Ladies' pretty FELT SLIPPERS,
made by the celebrated Dolge Felt Boot Makers.   We are sole agents for
Jennes-Miller Hygienic Shoe
Our stock of Men's Heavy and Light Walking Boots is second to none
nor is our stock of Rubbers and Overshoes. Women's and Misses' Cardigans at the low price of $i.7s and $1.50 respectively. A large assortment of Boy's and Girl's Boots, especia'ly made neat and strong for
school wear to choose from.
SPECIALS FOR M AS
..  TRADE  ..
We have received a consignment of Linens  manufactured
specially for Christmas Trade
Table Cloths, v.ith Napkins to match,  extra  fine  Patterns and finish
per set $5, $7, $10, $15, to $30.
Linen Doylies and Centres, Hemstitched and   Prawn  Work.    Seen.
assortment at 75c, $1, $1,50, $2.00 to $3.00,
KERR & CO.
Cor. Baker & Ward Sts.
Nelson, B.C.
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With Which la Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO.
Paid-up   Capital,   88,000,000;    Reserve   Fund,   J3,000,000:
38 Over 805,000,000.
B. E. WALKER, General Manager.
Aggregate  Resources Over 805,000,000.
HON, CJEO. A. OOX, President.
London Office: 60 Lombard Street, B. C.
New York Office; 16 Exchange Place.
And 08 branches ln Canada and tbe United States, inolndlngi
MKITIsn COLUMBIA
Atlin Greenwood Nelson Sandon
Okaniihook        Kamloops Nkw Westminster  Vancouver
Fernie Nanaimo Rossland Viotoria
YUKON DISTRICT���Dawson and White Horse.
UNITED STATES���New York, San Franoisoo, Seattle, Portland, Skaowav,
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Received and interest Allowed.  Present Kate 8 Per Cent
t
Nelson Branch.
GRANGE Y. HOLT, Manager.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL  KINDS  Or
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for six years was unable to work. I am now in the best .of health and am doing
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I MTarland&BroGkman i
We have just opened a line of
Fisn und Poultry in Season
E.  O.   TRAVES.  Manager,
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by mail receive careful and prompt attentic n
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Incorporated 1869.
capital Aiituorited,
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��<��rd of Directors     rhomas K Kenny,  President;   Thomas Rltohle. Yloo-PreeWWl
Wiley 8mlth. H. O. Banld, Hon. David MaoKeen.
Heart onice, Halifax 1
General Manager. Edt*n L. Pease, Montreal. _  ..
Superintendent ot Branches, and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Haunt.
Branches I
Quebec-Montreal, (City Offloe), Moo'"*
West Und (Cor. Notre Damo ����d��� **;
neurs Streeta); Wostmouiit (Cor. Qreeun
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Baker Street Bj
If  China Hall
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As, however, the creditors announced
that a compulsory liquidation would
not interfere with a future reconstruction on favorable lines, the bulk
of the eharohoiders adhered to their
previous intentions, and did not withdraw their support to the petition.
Under the circumstances Mr.Whltalter
Wright and tbe 1 Lectors coo Id do
nothing but gracefully submit to the
inevitable, and the order for compulsory liquidation was made without
���ny opposition. Now that the three
promoting 00mpanics that were under
Mr. Wnitakor Wright's control are all
inthe hands of thc official receiver
wu shall get the real history of then
doings and have things straightened
out a bit.
Oonfe'itioners toys for tbe little ones
nt McDouald's.
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS and COPYRIGHTS
obtained in all countries
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Reg.sta.ed Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N, A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
enburg. Maitland (Hanta Co.), Pictou. Port
Hawkesbury, Sydney. Shubonacadlc.Truro,
Weymouth.
����w    Brunswick ��� Bathurst,     Dorchester,
Fredorlcton, KiuKston (Kent Co.), Mono-
ton, Newcastle, Sackville, St, John, Woodatook.
P. E. Island-Charlottetown, Bummerside.
Ontario���Ottawa.
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cuba, West ladle*���Havana.
United Mtatos-New York (16 Biohungo Pl����
Republic Wash.
BRANCHES IN BBITISH COLOMBIA.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nalson,   Rossland,   Vancouver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria.
^^dft^^^S10^-0"^^^ Shawmut Bank. CMtai*-^
SSuSSd^jJ?8aB��nk- ��MjKu,elsco-Flrst National Bank, loud��o, KuK.-Hanko
__S3&.JP& Fw5?'-0vre?!I Lr,?nnal8- Bermuda-Bank of Bermuda. China ����dJ"
pan-Hong KoDg and Shanghai Banking Corporation.    Hpokauc-Old National Bank.
Ooneral Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  B������
and Sold, Letters of Credit. Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts reoeived on the moot favorable terms.   Interest allowed on specw
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
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dome and see our
lurgo stock of
Fine Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums- Pictures.
and everything (0 make a borne 'ow*
jortable. Our prices are right. U"lw
mos goods arriving daily.
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I %| V,^ I Fellows Sisters will all find this of   great interest.
Christmas will be here in a few  days.    We are a
whole month later than usual with our
Olffl ANNUAL GLEflR
SALE
Of Men's and Boys'
Suits,
Overcoats,
Furnishings,
Underwear,
Hats and Caps,
Gloves, Mitts,
Boots, Shoes,
Rubbers,
Blankets,
Trunks and
Valises,
and Mens' Outfitting
Goods.
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E decided to make this event SHORT, CRISP and
full of interest to EVERYBODY, We are NOT
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS, NOT REMOVING, NOT BUSTED, OR RUNNING A
BLUFF; we are just the same old firm in the same
old stand, and will always be found here open for
business, except Holidays, Sundays, cind THURSDAY AFTERNOON DURING DOG DAYS.
We DO NOT ADVERTISE PIPE DREAM
SALES, our grand values speak for themselves. Considering the times, we have great pleasure in stating that while the volume of trade has not been quite
so large as former years; yet through the kindness of
friends and the appreciation of the public manifested
in patronage, we have enjoyed a very satisfactory
business during the last 11 1-2 months, for which we return most hearty thanks.
In a vear's business of such magnitude as ours,
there is'bound to be a LARGE COLLECTION of
BROKEN and ODD LOTS; Some of these may be
JUST WHAT YOU WANT, THE PRICE CUT
IN TWO.
19,000 DOLLARS
Worth of new goods were bought for the Fall trade.
Owing to open weather we have a big stock on hand.
To make things look flossy, and to make our main
customers feel flossy, also enjoy a real, good old
fashioned Xmas
We have purchased several Thousand Dollars worth of Special Xmas Ties. Silk Suspenders,
Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Gentlemen's Dressing Gowns, Smoking Jackets, Fine Gloves, Silk Underwear, Bath Robes, Evening Dress Suits, Dancing Shoes, Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
' And will sell them with the balance of the stock at Actual Cost Laid Down.
Ladies and Gentlemen the store is yours.   The latch string is hanging out.    It  will feel
to you like getting money from home.
10, 20, 25, 40, 50 Per Cent Discount.
All we ask is make it Cash.
Sale Begins Today, Saturday, Dec. 4th.
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SKATES!   SKATES!
We have just opened up a fine assortment. Secure a pair and be
ready for tonight.
M'LACHLAN  BROS.
THE DOMINION WIRE ROPE CO., Ltd.
MONTREAL
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates turnished.
H. E- CROASDAILE Agent Nelson-
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X     MtNING NEWS.     f
The recent rise in tbe price of platinum from $14 to $21 an ounce has
directed the atteation ol prospectors
and mining men to this comparatively
rate mineral. The demand for it has
(frown very ripldly in the arts, th;
commonest uses being in the waking
of incandescent light globes and for
oruoibles. The whole production of
this mineral thronghont tbe world
does not amount to twelve tone a
year and as Its specific gravity is 21.4b
While that of gold is only 18 it will
be seen that the quantity is very
small.
Platinum has been found in Rritish
Columbia in small quantities and a
little of it has been markettcd. Mr.
McKillop, thc assayor says that the
only time he came on it was in some
black sand brought to him from the
fcimilkarneen. It there oocurred in
small scales with an occasional^nngget
about the size of a small pea with
rounded corners.
On looking up some text books and
from his knowledge of it Mr. Killop
stated that the chief source of it was
in the Ural district, Russia, where it
is washed by hand from the alluvial
sands ol the river. Ocasionally a
little gold is found with it there.
Borneo produces about from 600 to
SOU pounds a year and some is got in
Brazil. Small quantities have also
been found in many other parts of
the world such as Australia, New
Zealand, and Sou'li America, California and Canada. The prospectors
of Cariboo fouod it among the placer
gold in the curly days but did not
recognize it.
It is usnally found in alluvial diggings and he srouts the suggestion
that it is likely to be found in payable quantities in rock.
In Ural tt Is found on crome iron
In a serpentine rock, in Brazil it is
found with gold in a syenite formation, and as a brilliant tin white sand
intermingled with magnetic and
copper pyrites at Sudbury, Ontario.
All of these rocks are found in British Columbia but to look for lt among
these rocks would be a discouraging
task. Its occurrence id dolomite
heavy spar, barita and fahl ore explains its being found in placer
diggings.
Mr. McKillop stated that platinum
would be easily overlooked in making
an assay as it alloys with silver and
lead. Should it come out iu the button and in a less proportion than two
and one-half to one and the button be
dissolved in nitric acid for gold the
platinum would dissolve with the silver aiid would not manifest itself.
He therefore thinks that the most
probable means of finding it is in the
black sand in placers, where it ia
quite distinguishaDle from thc sand
by its brighter oolor.
Ono of the most important events
in the history of this camp, and Ferguson in particular, is soon to materialize. N C. Wood of Minneapolis,
representing Chas. W. McCrossan, has
arrived in town, to make ready for
the receptiou of the Vulcan furnace
plant which is now on the way irom
San Francisco to this place, says the
Lardeau Eagle. The smelter will oc
bollt on thc Daney addition, just east
of R. Koran's residence, overlooking
the banks of the north fork of Lardeau
ctreek only some 500 yurds from the
business centre of the town. The
order for lumter for the building was
placed with the local saw mUl on
Monday evening. The plans call for
a building 85x00, two stories high. A
wagon road up thc hill to the high
side of the smelter will also be built.
The work will be done by day labor.
Mr. Wood expects to see the plant in
operation 40 days after its arrival
here. Mr. McCrossan who has been in
'Frisco to seethe plant shipped, is
expected here his week, with a com
petent man from thc factory to instal
and take charge of the plant. The
irelghters will ruth the work as hurriedly as possible. As the Eagle has )
Mid before tbii Vulcan furnace,   cost-
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Powder and costs but
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ing $55,000 f.o.b. San FraLcisco, has
a capacity of reducing 30 tons of ore
to matte per day. Add what was more
than many expected, Mr. Wood in
forms the Eagle that their company
will buy the nre on the spot, giving
all values to the ore seller. The re
suit of this policy on the part of the
company can scarcely be realized.
The man with one ton of ore can turn
it into money as quickly as the large
mine owner. The new company
known ai "The Lardeau Smelting
and Refining company of British
Columbia, " have plenty of money to
back them up in their undertaking
and the Eagle wishes them every
success.
William Hastie Adams, manager of
the Rambler-Cariboo, was in the city
yesterday from the mine on a business
visit He reports that sinking and
other exploratory work is making
good progress. The concentrator will
not be in opcraion for about a month
for the reason that the arrival of the
Pelton water wheels have been de-
laved by the strike in San Francisco.
There are three of these wheels which
will furnish the power for the concentrator. While here yesterday he learned
that they had just been shipped.
A DEEP MYSTERV.
It is a mysteiy why women endure
Backache, Headache, Nervousness,
Sleeplessness, Melancholy, Fainting
and Dizzy Spe) 1b when thousands have
proved that Electric Bitters will
quickly cure such troubles. "I suffered for years with kidney trouble."
writes Mrs. I'hebe Cherey. of Peterson, la., "and a lame back pained me
so I oould not dress myself, but Electric Bitters wholly cured me, and,
although 73 years old, I now am able
to do all my housework." It overcomes Constipation,improves Appetite,
gives pefreut health. Only 500 at
Canada Drug and Book Co,
Call and see onr fine line of skates
just opened up; all sizeB and makes,
at McLachlau Bros.
J. 0. QWILLIM, B-,  Sc,
MINING ENGINEER.
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Stre*
Nelson. B. C
Y. O. GREEK F. 8. OLEMENTD
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyor*.
Cor. Kootenay & victoria sts. Nelson
P. O. Box 145 Telephone 283
BENNETT'S FUSE.
Be  sure and get the gennine  BENNETT'S GUTTA PERCHA FUSE.not
something that looks   like   it    Lawrence Hardware Co., Agents.
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay tbe highest oasb price for all
kinds of second band goods. Will bny
or Bell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oaiperta,
cooking utensils, bought In household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and gee me or write. Address
Silver King Mike. Box M0 Ball
Street, Nelson, B. C.
Lumber.,
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings, Sash Doors.
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NKLSON
and LARIK).
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWAUD
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH
COLOMBIA.
Between Robert Shiell, judgment
creditor, and Thomas Henderson,
judgment debtor.
NOTICE is hereby given, that pursuant to an order of court made the
18th November, 11101. sealed tenders
for the purchase of the interest of
Thomas Henderson in lots four (4)
and five (5) in blook six (6), Addition
A. to City of Nelson, will be received
by me at my otlice. Court Bouse, Nelson, until Wednesday the 18th day
of December instant,at the hours of 18
noon,to satisfy a judgment for 1310.90
and costs.
Prior  incumbrances:   Mortgage   to
Provincial   Building   and Loan Asso
ciation.
Dated at Nelson the 7th day of
December, 1901.
E. T. H. S1MPKINS.
Registrar.
R. M.Macdonald, Solicitor ior Judg
ment Creditor.
The Waverley Hotel
J, N. DAVIDSON, Prop.
Rates $1.00 to $1.50 per day. First
class Meals, 25c. Next door to Opera
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ROBERT IKVINtf
Mmnwr. Kaoln.B, O
Taokadurt Agent, Nolson &0.
Corpoiation of the City of
Nelson.
BY-LAW  NO    102
A By-law to ralM $100,000 to extend the City's
Electric Light System.
WHEREAS a petition signed by Lho owner
of at least one-tenth (1-10) or the valuo of the
real property in tho City of Nelson, as shown
by tho lost revised assessment roll,he* boen presented to tho Munlolpal Council of tho Corporation of tho city of Nolson. requesting tho Bald Council to introduce a
bylaw to raise tbo sum of ono hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($150,0001 for Improving and adding to I he cUutric lighting system [the property uf tbo said City) by enlarging
and adding to tbo plant of tho said system, by
acquiring more water to operate said plant and
by purchasing water rights and land necessary
for utilizing the said water rights and power
for roooessfuUy operating said electric lighting
system ami distributing powor therefrom.
AND WHEREAS ItTs deemed expedient to
borrow (ho said sum of one hundred and tlfty
thousand dollars ($150,000)forthe purpose afore-
AND WHEREAS the wholo amount of the
ratoablo real properly of tbo said City of Nolson, according to the last revised assessment
roll Is I2.3S0.H70.
AND WlIIOUKASit wlllbenfccsary t3iaisc
annually by ruto tho sum of $12,537.3jfor pay
ing tbo said debt and Interest thereon,
NOW .THEREFORE, the Municipal Council
of lho Corporation of tho City of Nolson.
Council assembled enacts us follows:
1, lt shall and may bo lawful for the mayor
of the Corporation or tho City or Nelson to borrow upon tho credit of the said Corporation by
way or tho debenturea hereinafter mentioned,
from any person or persons, body or bodies cor-
pora'o, who may bo willing to advance tho
saf.io aH a loan, a sum of money not exceeding
ono hundred and fifty thousand dollars U&I50,-
000) and to cause ail such sums --o raised or ro-
eelved to bo paid into the hands of tho treasurer of the slid Corporation for the purpose and
with tbe object hereinbefore recited.
a, It shall bo lawful for tbo Mayor of tho
said Corporation to cause any number of debentures to bo made, executed aud issued for
such sum or sums OS may bo required for tho
purpose and object aforesaid, not oxcocding,
however, tho sum of one hundred and fifty
thousand dollars $ 150,000); eaoh of tho said dobonturos being of the denomination of ono
thousand dollars ($1,000). and all such debentures shnll be scaled wilh the soal of. tho Cor
poration and signed by the Mayor thereof.
_   The8aid debentures shall boar date
first day of February A. D., 1902, aud
the
 , hall bo
made payable in twenty years from said date,
in lawful money of Canada, at tho ofliee of tbo
Bank of Montreal In Nelson aforesaid, whicb
said place of payment bhall be designated by
the said dobontures, and shall havo attached
to them coupons for the payment of interest
and tho signatures to tho interest coupons may
be either written, ttaniped, printed or lithographed,
i The said debentures shall boar interest at
the rate of live por centum per annum from tho
date thereof, which interest shall bo payablo
semi-annually at &aid oftloe of of tho Bank of
Montroal In Nelson aforesaid, in lawf <1 monoy
of Canada, on the flrst day of August and tho
flrst day of February r- spcciively, in each year
during tho currency thereof, and it shall bo ox-
pressed in said dobenturos and coupons to bo so
payablo,
5 lt shall be lawful for the Mayor of the said
Corporation to negotiate and sell tho said debentures or any of them for not less than par;
including tho cost of negotiating and sale, brokerago and all other incidental expenses.
b Thore shall bo raised and levied In each
yearduring tho currency of said debentures
the sum of $7,500 for tho payment of Interest
and tho sum of $5,037,110 for tho payment of said
debentures by u rate sullleient therefor on all
the rateable roal property in the said Munioi-
7 It shall bo lawful for tho said Municipal
Council to repurchase any of tho said debentures upon such tonus as may be agreed upon
with tho legal holder or holders thereof, or any
part thereof, olthor at the time of sale or any
subscquei t time or times, and all debentures
so re-purchar-cd shall forthwith be cancelled
and destroyed and no ro-issue of debentures bo
re-purchased shall be made in consequence of
such rc-purclmso
8 Thi* bylaw shall tako effect on thc 21th
day of December A. D., 1901,
9 Tbls bylaw may be citod for all purposes
aa tho "City of Nelson Electric Light Extension
Bylaw No. 102."
Done and passed in Council assembled  this
day of A D., 1901.
NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE that the above is a true copy
of the proposed by-law upon which tho vote of
tho Municipality will be takon on Friday tho
20th day of December instant between the
hours of 8 o'clock A. M.and4 o'clock P.M..
for tho East Ward nt tho City Police Court on
the east side of Josephine Btreet and for tbe
West Ward at tbe ofllco of Ward Brothers on
the norm aide of Baker streot between Stanley
and Kootenay stroots in the City of .Nelson.
J. K. BTHACHAN,
Clerk of the Council.
Nelson, B.C.,
December 6th, 190M
Corporation of the Oity of
Nelson-
BYLAW NO-  103
A Bylaw to raise 810,000 to Build, Equip and
Furnish a High school Building.
Whereas a petitionsigced by the owners of
at least one-tenth U-10) ot tho value of tho real
property of the City of Nelson as shown by tho
lost revised assessment roll, has boon presented
to the Municipal Council of tho Corporation of
the City of Nelson, requesting the said Council
to Introduce a bylaw to raise the sum of 810,-
000 for thc purpose of building, equipping and
furnishing a high school building in tho said
City of Nelson.
AND WHEREAS it is doomed expedient to
borrow tho said sum of 810,000 for tho purposo aforesaid.
AND Whoroos thn wholo amount of the rateable roal property of tho said City of Nelson according to tho last revised assessment roll ia
$2,330,9:0.00.
AND WHEREAS it will bo necessary to
raise annually by rato tbe sum of 8835.82 for
paying the snid demand interost,
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal Council
of the Corporation of tho C.ty of Nelaon ouacte
as follows:
1 It shall and may bo lawful for the Mayor
of the Corporation of lho City of Nelson to borrow, upon the credit of tho said Corporation by
way of the dobentures horoinaftor mentioned,
from any person or porsons, body or bodies
corporate, who may bo willing to advonco tho
same as a loan, a sum of monoy not exceeding
in the wholo. (ho sum of $10,000 and to cause
all such sumssoralsod or reco:vod to ho paid
into the hands of the Troasuror of the said Corporation, for the purpose and wilh the objoct
hereinbefore recitod.
���I lt shall bo lawfnl for the Mayor of tho
said Corporation to cause any numbor of dobentures to bo mado, executed and Issued fur
such sum or sums tis may bo roquirod for tho
Eurposo and object aforesaid, not oxcocding
owevor, tho sum of 810,000; each of the said
dobentures being of tho denomination of ono
thousand dollars ItlOOOi and all such debentures
shall be soalod with tho seal of the Corporation and signed by the Mayor thereof,
3 Tho snid dobentures sluill bear date tho
lirst day of February, A. D. 1002, and shall bo
made payablo ii twonty years from the said
dato ln lawf ul money of Canada, at thc ofhco of
the Bank uf Montroal In Nelsonaforos ,ld,which
phv-e of payment shall bo designntudby th-jsaid
Bald debentures and shall have attached to
them coupons for the payment of iutoro.t nnd
tho slgnaturos to the interest coupons may bo
either written, stumped, printed or lithographed.
I   The said debentures shall benr interest at
1 ho rate of five per centum po- annum from tho
date thereof, which interest shall bo piyablo
somi-annually at tho said office of tho Bank
of Montreal, in Nelson aforesaid, in lawful
money of Canada on tho first day of August
a d the Hist dny of Fooruary respectively in
each yonr during tho curroncy thoreof, and it
shall be exprossed in Baid dobontures and coupons to be so payable.
fl It shall be lawful for tho Mnynr nf lhe
said Corporation to nogotinte and sell tho said
debentures oi nny of them for not less than
par; including tho cost of negotiating and sale
brokerage and all othor incidental exponses ' '
fl Theo ahall bo raised and levied in each
year during tho curronoy of said dobonturos
tho sum of 8.500 for Ihu payment of interest nnd
tho sum of 1339.111 for the paymont of said do
benturos by a rato sulllcicnt therefor on all lho
rateable real proporty in tho said municipality
7 It shall bo lawful for tho aald inuniclnai
Council to repurchase any of tho aaid dc ran.
ures npon suoh terms as may be agreed upon
with tho legal bolder or holders thoreof or any
part thereof, either at the tlmo of sale or any
subsequent tlmo or times, and all debentures
so repurchased shall forthwith be cancelled and
destroyod and no reissue of debentures so repurchased ahall be mode In oonBoquonce of
such repurchase,
8 This bylaw shall take effoot on or aftor
the 21th day of Docombor, 1931.
9 This bylaw may be cited for all purposes
as tho "High School Loan Bylaw IBM.
Dono and passel ln Council assembled this
day of 1901
NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE that tho above Is a true
copy of tho proposed bylaw upon whioh the
vote of the Municipality will bo taken on Friday, tho 20th day nf December instant between
tho hours of 8 o'clock A. M. and l oolook P. M.
for the East ward at the City Police Court on
lho cast side oa Josephine Street and for the
West Ward nt the office of Ward Brothors on
tho north side of Baker streot between Stanley
and Kootenay stroots ln the Ci'y of Nolson.
J. K. STRACHAN,
Clork of tho Oouncil
Nolson. B. C. Dooomber 6th. 1911
Corporation or the City of
Nelson-
BYLAW   NO.   104
A bylaw to raiso 15,000.0') for an isolation
hospital
WHEREAS a petition signed by the owners
of at least ono-tonth U-10) of tho valuo of the
roal proporty of the City of Nolson as shown
by the Fast rovbed assessment roll has boen
presented to tbo Municipal Council of the Corporal ion of tbe City of Nelaon. requesting the
said Council to introduce a bylaw to raiso the
sum of #5,000.00 for tho purposo of building,
equipping and furnishing an isolation hospital
in the said City of Nelson.
AND WHEREAS it Is doomed expedient to
borrow tbo said sum of $5,000.00 for the purposo
aforesaid. , .   ' _
AND WHEREAS tho whole amount of the
rateable roal property of tho said City of Nelson according to tho last revlaod assessment
roll is $2,330,970.00
AND WHKKKAS it will bo necessary to
raiso a-inually by rate tho sum of $117.91 for
paying tho said debt and interest.
NOW THERFORE tho Municipal Council of
the Corporation of the City of Nolson enacts as
followb. ,      , ,  _
1. It shall and may be lawful for the mayor
of the Corporation of tho City of Nelson to
bonow upon the credit of the said Corpcation
by way of tho dobonturos horeinaftor mentioned from any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate, who may bo willing to
advance tho same as a loan, a sum of money
not exceeding in tho wholo tho sum of $5,000.00
and to cause all such sums so rulsedor received
to be paid into tho hands of tho treasurer of the
said corporation, for the purposo and with tho
objoct hereinbefore rocited.
_. It shall bo lawful for tho mayor of tho said
Corporation to cause any number of dobenturos
to be made, executed and issued for such sum
or sums as may be required for the purpose
and object aforesaid, not oxcoodlng, however,
the sum of flvo thousand dollars (��5,u00 00) each
of tho said debentures being of the
denomination of ono thousand dollars ($1,000) and all such debenturos shall bo
sealed with tbe seal of tho Corporation and
signed by the mayor thereof.
3. Tho said debentures shall boar date the
flrstrday of February, A.D., 1902. and shall be
made payable in twenty years from the Baid
dale iu lawful monoy of Canada at tho Bank
of Montreal ln Nelson aforesaid, whioh said
place of payment shall be designated by the
said debenturos and Bhall have attached to
them coupons for the pay me it of interest, and
tho signature to the Interest coupons may bo
either writl en, stamped,printed or lithographed.
1. The said debentures shall bear interest at
thn rato of Ave per cent per annum from tho
date thereof, whioh interest hhall be payablo
semi-annually at said oflice of tbo Bank of
Montreal ln Nelson aforesaid, in lawful monoy
of Canada, on the flrst day of August and the
first day of February respectively In each year
during tho currency thereof, and it shall be
expressed in said dobentnres and coupons to be
so payable.
5. It shall bo lawful for the mayor of the said
Corporation to negotiato and soil tho said
debentures or any of thorn for not less than
San including the cost of negotiating and sale,
rofcorage and all other incidental expenses.
6. There slnll bo raised and levied in each
yearduring thc currency of said debentures
the sum of $250 for thc paymont of interest and
tho sum of 31fl7.ui for the payment of the said
debentures oy a rate sufilcient therefor on all
tbe rateable real property In the said municipality.
7. It shall be lawful for the said municipal
council to repurchase any of the said dobentures upon suoh terms as may be agreed upon
with the legal holder or holders thereof or any
part thereof cither at the time of sale or any
subsequent time or tunes; and all debenturos
so repurchased Bhall forthwith be cancelled
and destroyed and no ro issue of debentures so
re-purchased shall bo made in consequence of
such ro purchase.
8. Tbis bylaw Bhall take effect on the 24th
day of December, A. I)., 1901.
9. This bylaw may bo cited for all purposes
aB "Isolation Hospital Bylaw."
Done and passed in council assembled this
day of A.D., 1901.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that the above is a true
copy of the proposed bylaw upon which the
voto of the municipality will be taken on
Friday the 20th day of December instant be-
twoen the hours of 8 o'clock A. M. and i
o'olook P. M., for the East Ward at the City
Police Court on the oast side of Josephine
street and for the West Ward at the ofllco of
Ward Brothers on the north side of Baker
street, between Stanley and Kootenay streets
in the City of Nelson.
J. K. &TRACHAN,
Clerk of the Council
Nelson, B. C,
Docombor 0th, 1901.
Corporation of the City of
Nelson
BYLAW NO.  106
A Bylaw to  raise the Sum  of J5,000
for Fire Department Purposes.
WHEREAS, a petition signer! by
the owners of at least one-tenth (1-10)
of the value of the real property in
the City ol Nelson as shown hy the
last revised assessment roll has been
presented to tho Municipil Council of
the Corporation of the City of Nelaon
requesting the said Council to introduce a bylaw to raise the sum ol
$5,000.00 for the purpose of tbe more
fully equipping the fire department of
tho City of Nelson and installing a
firo alarm system for such purpose.
AND WHEKEAS, it is deemed expedient to borrow the said sum of
$5,000.00 for the purpose aforesaid.
AND WdEKEAS, the whole amount
of tho rateable real property of the
said City of Nelson according to the
last revised assessment roll is
$2,330,070.00
AND WHEREAS it will be necessary
to raise annually by rate the sum of
f 117.91 for paying the said debt and
interest.
NOW THEREFORE, tho Municipal
Oouncil of the Corporation of the City
of Nelson enacts as follows:
1. lt shall and may Oe lawful for
the mayor of the corporation of the
City of Nelson to borrow uoon the
credit of the said corporation, by way
of the debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any person or persons,
body or bodies corporate, who may be
willing to advance the same as a loan
a sum of money not exceeding in the
whole the sum of $5,000.00 and to
cause all such sums so raised or received to be paid into the hands of the
treasurer of the said corporation, for
the purpose nnd with Ue object hereinbefore recited.
2. It shall be lawfnl for the mayor
of the said corporation to ctnse any
number of debentures to be made, ex-
sum or
fioras
P"rP"se ami
ecuted and issued for such
as may be required for the
object  aforesaid,   not exeedinir!'""
ever, the sum of 85 000;   eaoh V^h"
__t__*^_t<__ bein* "I theVnonu!
thousand    doll
nation     of   cne
ars
_-__V_&._*ll_* Inures 8hall
r
tea shall
be sealed with the seal of the __
tion and signed by the mavnt fv m*-
? 3. The said   deLu.urTl fe
date the first day of February * iT
902, and shall be made llyah\,\
twenty years from the said date
lawful money of OanaJa, at _��\,
of the Birf of Montreal in Neho.
said  placo of      '
in
aforesaid,   which
ment  shall be designated'by tbcl'L'
debentures, and shall have attaoh.?!
terest  and  the
terest coupons
stai
signatures to the lo.
rest coupons may be either written
ainped, printed nr lithographed'
4.  The said   debentures   shall  bear
,. . - bear
nve per cunt.
date  thereof
sale,
incidental
interest at tho rate of
per annum from the
which interest shall be payable .���,,���
annually at said office of the Banko,
Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, m law
ful money of Canada on the first dav
of August, and the first day of Feb���
ay, respectively in each year aurii,
the oorrcnoy thereof, and It shall _
expressed In said debentures and con
pons to be so payable.
5. It shall bo lawful for the m,jor
of the said corporation to negotiate
and sell tbe said debentures or an if
them for not less than par; include
the cost of negotiating and
brokerage and all other
expenses.
6. There shall be raised and levied
in each year during the currency of
said debentures the turn of 8250 oo for
the payment of interest, and the sum
of $167.91 for the payment of the said
debentures by a rate sufficient there-
for on all the rateable real property
in the said municipality.
7. It Bhall be lawful lor the said
municipal Oouncil to repurchase anv
of the said debentures upon snch
terms as may be agreed upon with the
legal holder or holders thereof, or any
part thereof, either at the time of sale
or any subsequent time or times; and
all debentures so repurchased shall
forthwith be cancelled nnd destroyod
and no re-issuo of debentures so repurchased shall be made in consequence of such re-purchase.
ti. This Bylaw shall take effect on
or after the 24th day of December
1901.
9. Thia Bylaw may he cited for
all purposes as the "i'ire Department
Equipment Bylaw."
Done and passed in Cuuncil asscm��
bled thiB day of A,. D���
1901.
NOTICE.
TAKE   NOTICE that the above isi
true copy of the proposed bylaw  upon
which the Tote   of   the  Municipality
will be taken  on Friday the 20th day
of   December   instaiit,   between   the
hours of eight   o'clock A. M. and four
o'clock P. M.,for the East VVard at the
City Police Court on the east side of
Josephine   Btreet   and  for  the West I
Ward at the ofliee  of  Ward  llrothera [
on the north side of  Baker  street bo-
twoen Stanley  aud   Kootenay street! |
in the Oity uf Nelson.
J. K. STRACHAN,
Clerk of the Council,
Nelson, B C, December Oth, 1901.
Corporation of the Oity of |
Nelson-
PUBLIC NOTICE
Publio Notico Is hereby given that the vote I
of tho electors of tho municipality of tho Citr I
of Nolson will bo takon on By-Lnwri fiuM, lw,
101 and 105, being roepoctlvoly: No 102, '��� A Bylaw to raise J150,COO to oxtond thotllty's I*�����
light system;"  No. 103, " A Bylaw to ralsj I
$10,000 to build, equip  nnd  furnish n Hip 1
School Building;"    Bylaw IM "A Bylaw lo
raise $5000 for an Isolation Hospital;" B;law
No. 105, "A Bylaw to raise tho sum of ISMfjJ
Fire Department purposos," on Friday, tho Mh I
day of December instant between the hours 01 I
8 o clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p. in. n   ,
For tho East Ward nt tho City Police Court I
on Josephine Street and for tho West WarJ 1
at the offlco of Ward Brothers, on tho non;
sido of Bakor Btroot, between Stanley sua I
Kootonay Streets in tho Ulty of Nelson.
"Any male or fomalo being of tho full ��goo
twenty-one years who Is tho nssesssecl ownam�� i
land  or of real   property within  tho �� I
niclpallty shall havo a vote olthor connrraU
or negativing tho said By-laws in each wart ��
which he or eho may be assossed for lonu �� |
real property."
Dated at Nelson, B.
cembor, 1801.
C.thls 10th day of Ml
J. E. STUACHAN,, .
Hoturnins0l��otr,|
N. E. T. CO.
DECEMBER GAK SERVICE
BtnlerM. BHMWfl
6.45 a m. 7.��oa'm'
Every 30 minutes until 11 a- B-
11.00 11.00 a. 0.J
Every 20 minutes until 7:20 p. in-
8.00 p.m. 7.40 p.m.!
Every 80 minutes until 10 p. alio p.  m.   meets  10,10 train at|
the depot,
o ao last cai s.      10.4��
Time not guaranteed hut kept ai ��'|
cutately as possible.
10 CENTS   _iirrm,
10 TICKETS 50 CENTS J
REAL EST~ATE
Good lots suitable for reside**
to be sold on easy terms. Apply I
the Company's office for lull '"'"'j
maiion, Vernon Street.
A. V. MASON
FARES
GALT COAL
For domestic or steam u*|
A full  supply always wi
hand. nnai
Rates to  all railway m
lake points z._,_.
W. P. TIERNBV,
General Agent-
Tel. No. 265. _J_\
Office ���Two doors w��l
C.P.R offices. Nblbon   Daily Minbr, Sunday December 15, 1901
LET THREE BE MGHT !
Editor Miner,���The question of
Kelson City ligtiHng is areitted by all
citizens to be a very serious it not
obscure question.
The general opinion appears to be
that the defeated bylaw failed on account of the obscurity of some of its
prov
i-isions! Had it coutained one
clause namely to take not less than
100 and not ovor 200 h. p , it, iu all
proh:iiblity would have oarried.
Is there no way whereby a simple
contract upon these lines could be
entered into at once. Afcer this has
been done time will be afforded our
worthy city engineer to carefully
check over his figures, when the site
is actnally fixed upou hy which time
���lso business may be better and a better price obtainable for city bonds.
At present it appears even doubtful
whether the bonds could be sold at
,|1, It is also B serious question as to
now an extra indebtedness of $12,000
a year is going to affect the value of
reiil estate and buildings. The passing of the $150,000 bylaw will not
improve our light for at least twelve
months; what are we going to do
now. Meanwhile we are paying for
Hi candle power and getting about
eight candle power; this is a rank
Imposition on the ratepayeis and it is
surprising that laTge and small consumers alike do not refuse to pay for
what they do not get.
Christmas trade is generally a good
one. What do the storekeepers suffer
from poor light���what are we all
Buffering���heorkeu to tbe language
every night. About the only people it can help are the passers of
spurious coins or the issuers of forged
bills���but then the ways of these gentry aie like Bret Harte's Chinamen,
known as "v*ays that are dark end
tricks that aro vain.' We had almost
overlooked the opticians and eye
doctors! It )b stated that the passing
ol tne blyaw will moan lots of money
spent in Nelson. Um! Yes, perhaps,
after the money is borrowed aud the
plans and specifications prepared and
the weather permits of work being
done economically���8150,000���not for
months at auy rate. Yours,
A   Eatepayer   who did not vote for or
understand the last  bylaw   and   is
not going to vote f"r the new one.
Anvone who sent dishes for the
Innch in connection with the St.
Saviour's bazaar last week and have
uot yet got them back, will flrd them
at MnFarland and Brockman'u store,
baker street
r    TilURMAN, TOBACCONIST.
A full line of choicest designs in
Tobacco Jars, Pouches with Monograms, Oigar Cases, Pipes, etc., suitable for Xmas presents. Special ar
rangeiuent for lady purchasers every
forenoon.
James Pannermiiu who was recently
appointed Dominion land agent at
Kamloops, left last night for the purpose of assuming the duties of his
position.
The R.M.K. band members have received their new cups from R. Inglis
and Co., of Mom real. There will be
a meeting of tbe baud on Monday
evening at which a full atteodance is
requested, as business of importance
will come up.
ALL OVER THE WORLD
AT TUB nOTKLS.
Phair.���C   _ Major, Now Westminster; B B Joranu. Hlocan ;   F W Mcag-
han,     0   D   Crandall,     Spokane;     J
Cronin, Moyie.
Queens. ���A D Memoes. Miss M
Slmson, Mrs L Haggart, Kaslo; L Q
MiOHlliim, D Aruot, Slocan; Mrs
Middlcton, Knsln;   I, Kecfe, Ymir;   .1
H Louis,   ("ulaio;   1) H   Rice,   Grand
Korks; E 13 (li-iclle, London, ling.
Hume,���W II Adams, Kaslo; RK
Allen and wife, W II la idson and
wife Slocan; T I) 10 Llwyd, Toronto;
A French, Vancouver; .( VV Pan tall,
HRnmiond, Ind.; II J Lipscomb,
Toronto; II. n. R. Slewart, Medicine
Hat; J Mayhood, Vancouver; 3 H
Maeliee, Vancouver; J P Miller,
Knslo
TOT CAUSES NIGHT ALARM.
"One night my brcther's baby was
taken with Cr->op." writes Mrs. J.
C. Snider, of Crittenen, Ky., "it
seemed it would strangle before we
coii'd get a doctor, so we gave it Dr.
King's New Discovery, whiah gave
quick relief and permanently cured it.
We always keep it in the house to
protect our children from Croup anr?
Whooping Cough. It cured me of a
chronic bronchial trouble tbat no
other remedy would l-.ilieve. Infallible for Coughs, Golds Throlt and
Lung /Troubles. 50C and 81. Trial
bottles free at Canada Drug aud Hook
Co.
Canada Drug 8 Book
COMPANY
Among our Christmas Perfumes we have a handsome line of
norocco    Watch    Cases   also   Handkerchief and
Glove   Cases
Each box now contains a Cut Glass Bottle of elegant perfume. When
pertume is removed you have the beautiful Satin Lined Case for gloves,
etc. Our stock of assorted perfumes of the best English, French and
American makes is also complete.
ORATEFUL CONTRACTOR.
Spent Hundreds of Dollars >o Ob'uin Freedom
From Artthma���Was Perfectly Cured by
Clarke's Kola, Compound.
Mr. Albort Dixon, contractor, Nanaimo, B.
C, wii es:���"For nearly nla ��� yearn 1 have
been a conM&afc sufferer frojio bronchia' asthma, night after hi he hftvioar to cleep Hitting up
in a chftir. 1 ppont hundreds of dolla-'S with
doctora and remedios, bur. get. only temporary
re'.ief. My drntrgjst Mr. Htcarman, reeoni-
mottricl Olarko'H Kola Compuund. I took in
all ilvo bnitlo-�� of thiHgrand me'icine, aud am
to^ay oouiplct-dycur. d. lean now nleep well
overy night, and now play my instrument in
the (illy band one.", more" i'hlH remarkable
story w also certified by Mr. F. 0, Stcarman'
Phm.R, one of Nannimo's loading drutcnials,
Sold by ulldruggislH <r by tho O. & M. Co..
Limit d, 121 Church streot, Toronto.
for salt* bv .1. H Vannton*  Nel-ton. B. C
NOTfCE
For Christmas presents give your
best girl a box of confectionery from
McDonald's, Kelson's up-to-date confectionery store.
THE CITY
The skating rink will be opened ou
Monday and both sheets of ice 'or
curling will be in condition for that
sport.
Attention is directed to the advertisement of J. J. Walker, the jeweler.
His Christinas goods show excellent
taste in selection and are suitable for
useful or fancy gifts.
The loss occasioned by the destruction of the boarding bouse at the
Silver King mine has been adjusted
and the oompany will receive
811,104.33 from the insurance companies whioh oarried tbe risks. Captain (lifford bought about 83,000
worth of goods in Nelson before tbe
lire and these fortunately had not
been delivered when it occurred
and so escaped destruction.
Dr. Wright is taking his last services at St.Paul's Presbyterian church
today. During the past year which
he has spent as locum tenens for the
Rev. Mr. Frew, the learned doctor
has made many friends in Nelson not
only amongst the Piesbyterian congregation to which he has so acceptably ministered, bnt also throughout
the city at large and in leaving he
will carry with him the mingled regrets and good wishes of the whole
community. A farwell social will De
held in the church on Wednesday
evening next.
Notice is hereby given that I intend
to applv at tbe next sittings of the
Board of License Comaiissioners for
the City of Nelson for the transfer of
the retail liquor Mccnse now held by
���ne for the premises known as tho Imperial Hotel formerly known as the
(Silver King Hotel, situate on lots 7
and 8 in block 10, sub division of Lot
05, Uroup 1, West Kootenay District,
Baker street in the said City of Nelson to Joseph Harwood.
j. d. NAisMrrn.
Witness:   P. McColl.
H. & M. BIRD
BROKEN HILL BLOCK.
Money tn loan On Improved Beat Estate
1st Mortgages at 8 per ecu).
FOR SALE.
8S50.- House and lot on Observatory
streot west of Josephine. Cash
$250, balance easy "terins.
$3,100.���Eight roomed house aud three
lots in good position, close to
the tram line. Terms cash
81,000, balance straight mortgage at 8 per cent.
82.100.���Six roomed house and lot on
Victoria street west. Complete
plumbing. Terms $700 cash,
balance 1st mortgage at 7 per
oent.
FOR  RENT.
$17.���Five   roomed   house,     all   conveniences.
$20 ���Seven roomed house on Chatham
street, Hume addition,flrst story
of orick.
$22.���Seven roomed house, modern lm-
piovements,    corner   of Stanley
and   Mines road.
826.50.���Furnished cottage on    ictoria
street west,
More Sold Than All
Other Brands Combined
Insist Upon Having
"SWEET
CAPORAL"
CIGARETTES
Moroo.'o Glove Oase, Satin Lined
Out Glass Bottle Perfume 14.50
Morocco Handkerchief Case Satin Liued Cat Glass Bottle Perfume   3.50
Mon-occo Watch Case Satin Lined
Box, the Latest 2.75
1 botUe French or Amerioan Perfume in  box      75
1 bottle English or American Perfume in box  1.00
1 bottle Killarney Violets, in Sain L!ned box, the latest  1.00
1 bottle English or French Perfume, in box  1,2s
1 liottle English or French Per-
fump, in box  1,50
1 largo bottle American Perfume,
in box  2.00
1 bottle American Perfume, Out
Glass Bottle, in box  2.50
1 lame bottle Amerioan P. rfume
Out Glass bottle, in  box  6.00
1 large bottle Canadian Perfume,
Cut Glass bottle, in box  3.50
1 bottle Canadian Perfume 4.00
English Perfums, 2 Out Glass bottles in box  3.50
English Perfume, 2 Out Glass bottles, the latest, in box  6.00
Perfume Atcmizer, beauties 1.50 & 2.00
Sachet Powders,   17 different odors
five different makers
Canada Drug & Book Co.
nelson, b. c.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. 6,
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Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Easlo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by matt to a.- branch will have careful and nramot attention.
THE   MINER'S
WANT   PAGE.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Advertisements Inserted tinder 1 wi. head at
the rate of one oent a word por Insertion. No
advertisement taken for lean than 25 oente.
Situation Wanted advertisements inserted
three times free of ohartre.
POR RENT.-The     dwelling     lat��ly
vacated by D. J. Dewar,   four doors
west of D08toff.ce.    J. E.  Annable.
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
NELSON, b. c.
FUBNITUBB St UNDKKTAKING
FOR     BALE.���One     heavy    draught
team, apply to I, A. Sayward
UOU8E   to rent   on Vernon     street.
Apply Captain T. J. Duncan.
FtJKNISED        ROOMS.��� Apply       on
Silica,     second   door   west     Ward
street.
ROOMS and HOARD.���Every convenience;   south east   corner of   Carbonate and Josephine street.
FURNISHED   ROOMS   TO    RENT.���
Applv   to   Mrs F. 3. Sqnires, Room
40, K. "W. C. block.
WANTED
WANTED.���A shoemaker to   work on
repairing,   first   class mechanic);   a
steady job for the right man.      Apply
H. McCauslaud's shoe   store,   Nelson.
WANTED.���A good general servant at
once.    Apply to Mrs.   W. A.   Thuv-
man, Silica street.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's      Nest
Southern   Ry.     Good   wages,   long
job   Hradqnarters, Elko,    B.   C.      A.
Guthrie Sc Go.
MISCELLANEOUS
GOOD board can now be obtained at
94 per week at the boarding bouse
over E. Ferguson and Co.'s, liquor
store, on Vernon street, opposite
Grand Central, Mrs. Clark, Prop.
LOST���On Wednesday Dec. 11th, at
or on the way to theatre, buckle set
with small turquoises and attached to
black velvet bow. H. A. Stewart,
Aberdeen block.    $1 reward.
n
D. J. CHRISTIE
Money to Loan at 8 per cent,
insurance Real Estate
FOR RENT.���Two offices over Queen
Cigir store, 815; 7-roomcd house, bath
and sewer, 1(22; 4-roomed house, water
only, 111.
FOR SA I.E.���Two lots, Observatory
St., on oar line, $450; 5-ruom house,
Carbonate st., 81,000; 7-roomed hcuse,
Carbonate st, 82,100.
OUR SPECIALTY
"GOOD CHEER"
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We are showing tbis season a full
line of these goods and solicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
Company.
TO CI'KK A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
ariiTitists refund the monoy if lt falls to ooro.
*������ W. Giovo'a tignaluru Is on each box.   26c.
The death of Mr. P. Emerson oc
curred yesterday morning at his residence, froni Bnghts' disease, with
complications. Mr. Emerson had
been ill for some time, and the day
before Mrs. Emerson died the disease
cached an acute stage, and since then
lie had b��eo slowly sinking. By the
death of both parents four little children are left orphans, the youngest
'wing an infant of two months. Mr.
Emerson waB well known iu Nelson
and the west, and has baeo associated
with a number of business organizations in the oity. The relatives of
his wife will arrive this evening, and
�� double funeral will probably be
held Monday afternoon.
We are NOT BUSTED and moreover i n our 20 years of business life we have always managed to pay 100 cents on the dollar.
Some people may not be busted but they came very near it a shert
time ago.
Our Sale has been a decided success^ so much so that it has evidently
hiTsOTieof our competitors hard who are advertising discount sales
ranging from 10 to 50 per cent., which means that on good staple
goods you only get a 10 per cent  rebate.
Now we bought the stock we are at present selling, at a low rate on
the dollar, and we are letting everything go at and under wholesale
cost, which means a discount of so per cent, and over on all goods.
The clothing we bought in this stock is high-class, manufactured by
some of the largest firms in  the  Dominion.    Our stock consists  of
Clothing, Gent's Furnishings, Hats, Boots, Shoes,
and Dry Goods.
A.   FERLAND  &  CO.
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'v.
|\ J. ROBERTSON Sc CO.-Noxt door to
XJ. tho now Com Ulltco UinlilniK, Voruon
BU, Nelson,   !>��>��� 'phono ML Night 'phone 'AW.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
XTKLSON HODA WATER FACTOltV-
Xl N. M. Cuuimlne, Lobaee���Kverr known
variety of noil drinlu. 1' U Hox His. Telephon
No. 31. Hoover Blroot. Nelson, bottlers) of th
f.uiious, tit. Loon hot BprlnKH .Mineral Water
ARCU1TECTS
C1ANH Sc MACDONALD (11. Cane, Jams
/ A. Macdoniiidl���Architect* and nuperin
tondoniH, Broken Hill Block, oorner Bakur and
Word tilroeu, fteltton
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD Sc Co.-Corner Fron
��� and Hall Btreet*��� Wholesale grooer
and jobbors In biiuikotn, gloveu, mitta, boots
rubburH, luaokinawM and miners' bundriOH.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
PBUUNd Sc Co. ��� Baker Street, Nelwn-
���   Wholesale dealers lu freah a d cured
nieuls,.   Cold Storage.
WEST    KOOTENAY   BUTCHER   CO.
Bakisr .Street, Nelxou   Wholesale den
ore in fres.ii and cured menus.
HARDWARE & MININO   SUPPLlEb
IAWRKNCE HARDWARE CO - Bake
J Street, Nekton ��� Wholesale dBalarB Id
hardware, minor-v supplies, sporting- good*
oto,
M'LiYCHLAN BROS. (Suooesaora to Van
couvor Hardware'Co. Ltd.l BakerBu-eeti.
Nelson��� Wholesale dealers In hardware and
mining supplies, plumbers' and tinsmiths' sup
plies.
NE1.SON   HARDWARE   CO.- Wholtwale
paints, oils and k1;is->;; mochanica   tools
Agonts foi Ontario Powder Works; ojnamlte
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rpUKNER, BEETON Sc Co.-Corner Vernon
_. and Josephine Stroots, Nelson���Whcle
sale doalors in liquors, oigars, and dry goods
Agents for Pabst Browing Co. of Milwaukee
aud Calgary Browing Co of Calgary.
II
UDSON'S BAY Oa-Wholosalo grooerle:
aud liquors etc., Bakor Street. Nelson.
LUMBER
NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILL-
Oflloe corner Hall and Front Streets
Nelson���Lumber, celling, flooring, and every
thing In wood for building purposes.   Oet out
prices.   Correspondence solicited.
ORc; SACKS AND TWINES.
Nelson A Fort
Sheppard R'v,
Red Mountain R'v.
SPECIAL SERVICE
rp   gallon fe CO.-Healer., ln ore sacks
X ���   and twines.   Always a large stock on
liiuiil. Telephone 2U.5.  Room (1. K.-W.-C Block
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial"*"*
Land Surveyor.
%6q NELSON B C
NELSON TO SPOKANE
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 railways in Canada or the
U.S.
Close connections made at Spokane for the south, east  and  west.
Only io hours to Seattle and 18
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points.
Leave DAI TRAIN Arrivt
9:20a.m Spokane 7:15 p.m
12:25p.m Rossland 4:3U p. in
10:30 a.m Mountain 5'��9 p. in.
9:40 a.m Nelson 6:4S p.rn.
H, A. JAOKSON, Q. P. & T.A.
Spokano  Wash
O. K. TAOKABURY,
Agent, Nelson, P.C
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, N. H.
Parisian Dec. 28
Lake  Ontario Jan.  'i
N'mnldian  Jau,   4
Ionian (now)  ....Jan. 11
Lake Superior Jan. 17
These steamers sail from Halifax ono day
later
From Portland, Mo.
Dnmiilon Line Dominion Dec. 28
Vancouver Jan. 18
From New York
Philadelphia Dec. 25
Germaiiio Dec. 25
Campania, Doc. 28
Kurnessia Dec 28
St. Paul  Jan. 1
Celtlo Doc 31
From Boston
Ivernla, Dec 28
Ctmtlnen'al 'sailings of French. No-th German Lloyd. II. A. P. and Italian Lines on application.
RATKd-Baloon farm $42.50, Pccond $35 anil
upwards according to stonmcr a"d location of
berth.   Steorago quoted on application.
H. L. BROWN, City Agt., Nelson.
W. P. F. CUMMING8,
Gen. Agent, Winnipeg, Man.
J. a CABTKR, D. P. A.. Nolson
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
Holiday  Excursion
Rates
Fare   and   One-Third
For Round Trip.
DATES OF SALE
For Christmas   :   December
23rd, 24th, 25th.
For New  Years : December
30th and 31st, January i
All   tickets  good  for  return
till January 3rd.
REISTERER & CO
Brewer* of Fine Lager
Beer and Potter,
DROP IS AND a BE OS
Xttona  H. U
TOURIST SLEEPING OARS
Leave Kootenay Landing
East, Tuesday and Friday,
to bt. Paul and all U. S.
points.
Friday orly, Toronto,
Montreal. Boston, etc.
H. L. Brown,
Oity PassHDger Agent
E. J. Ooyue
A. O. P. A.
Vancouver
J. 8. Oartkb,
Dis. Pus. Agt.
Nelson
West Transfer Co.
Goal aw Wood
Best   Fir and  Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Office on   Baker Stroot. Taj
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Nhlson Daily Miner Sunjw, December 15,   1901
Billiard
n :t _.    Balletto
Pool Table
The new Portable Billiard Table
can be used on any house table in
any room or on lawn or verandah.
See Our Windows
MORLEY & LAING
SUCCESSORS TO
THOMSON STATIONERY  CO,,  Ltd.
NELSON. B.C.
Show Room for Mason it Risen pianos
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THE CITY
IM/WM>%%��Wr>rVrWrWMAMt
Rev. .1. II. White goes to Sandon tomorrow to attend the opening services
of the new Methodist church in that
town.
Martin O'Reilly is advertising a
closing out sale in which a large
number of bargains are offered to the
ladies of the city.
The Crow's Nest boat was over four
hours late yesterday owing to a delay
on the main line keeping the brow's
Nest train waiting.
R. J. Steal yesterday put through
the sale of W. J. Alley's property on
Robson street to Mr. McDonald, the
price being in tne neighborhood of
11,000.
On Tuesday evening next the Ep-
WDrth league will visit the Young
People's society of the Presbyterian
ohuroh, and a joint service will be
held.
The pastor will conduct both services at the Methodist chuich today.
Evening subject: The Christian
Attitude Towards Popular Amusements.
A number of the employes In tbe
various wholesale establishments of
the city are contemplating forming a
hockey team, and expect to be in
shape shortly to meet any of the other
hockey teams of the city.
The Canadian Pacific ra'lway is
giving a holiday rate of fare and one-
thiid for rnnnd trip over its lines for
Christmas on December 28, 24, and 25,
and for New Year's on Dec. 30, Sl
and Jan. 1, all tickets being good to
return up till January 3, 11)02.
Today at Emmanuel church Rev.
Wm. Munroe will preach in the morning on The Conversion of Saul. In
the evening the subjeot will be
Weighed in the Balances and Found
Wanting- a message for everyone.
Tlie musiu for the evening will be,
tenor solo and chorus by Mr. Ileo.
Brown and choir, The Writing on the
Wall. Anthem Depth of Mercy by
Vo. h Allan.
At the rink th? first curling of the
season was held Friday evening in
which two teams participated. The
team of which J. Rae was skip was the
victcr by a score of 11 to 9. The
teams were composed of the following
players, No. 1, II. Houston, J. O.
Iluiiynn, F. Hradiey, and J. Rae skip;
No. 2 Tom Lillie, A. T. Walley. J.
Fox, and F. Taniblyn hkip.
The oase of James Hogao, charged
with non-support of his wife, which
came before Magistrate Crease yeeter
day mornng at the police court, wa6
remanded until Monday.
In another column will be seen the
advertisement of A. Ferland and Co..
who having purchased the bankrupt
stock of T. Madson, is selling it off
at very low prices.
The steamer Kaslo yesterday
brought in four cars of Slocan Star
ore for the Trail smelter, and one car
of Rambler-Cariboo ore for the Selby
smelter at San   Francisco.
A large number of skaters were
down skating on the ice at thc foot
of Ward street yesterday afternoon
nnd evening. The ice is In splendid
condition, and among those enjoying
it were a large number of ladies.
Shackleton and Simpson, of the
Nelson Marble works, have now got
their large gang saws for cutting marble in position, and are turning out a
large number of monuments to fill
orders coming from all parts of the
interior of the province.
The Wallace Miller Co.'s big sale
advertised in this paper was dated to
begin Dec. 4th. This was an error in
"setting up." The sale began yesterday. Saturday, 14th, and there is no
nistake about it; it's genuine and
promises to be a bummer.
Another large shipment of mattresses was sent up to the Silver
King mine yesterday afternoon ta replace some of those destroyed in the
recent fire. The Kootenay Wire
works, who supplied the goods, state
tnat business Is very brisk with them,
a large number of orders having been
received from East Kootenay points.
T e t.-avel on the lake steamers at
this time of the year is very light,
also on tbe railway lines. Freight
shipments at present are still very
heavy, although the bulk of Christmas
goods have been laid in. Beginning
next week the tide of holiday travel
will set in, but commercial travellers
are the principal occupants of steamer
cabins and passenger coaches yet.
At the opera house last evening a
large audience witnessed the final presentation of the "Chimes of Normandy." Of the -merits of the performers nothing conld speak more
eloquently than that for four consecutive nights au amateur organization
has given the same opera and filled
the opera houes at each performance.
At at the previous performances the
leading members ol the cast were
enthusiastically applauded after each
number, in several instances the audience refusing to let tbe play go on til
several encores had been given.
Constable Forrester reports that 0.
N. Monserrat, inspector for the Canadian Pacific railway, recently visited
the bridge across the Columbia at
Robson and has inspected the riveting. He seemed to be satisfied the
riveting bad been done in a workmanlike manner and leaves soon for
Ottawa. The false work is now being
taken down. There is a out to be
made on the west side and a fill ou
the east side which will involve the
moving of about 00,000 yards of earth.
In a few days a work train and a
gang of men will begin on this work
which will occupy nearly a month.
When this is completed all trains
will cross the Columbia on the bridge
and tbe time between Nelson and
Rossland will be cut down nearly an
hour.
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We have given notice to vacate our store, and having only a few mora days we propose making them
lively ones. The keenest buyers will appreciate the bargains on every counter and shelf between now and
closing down time.
Not a Mere Hand-
ful of Goods.
Thisisa Biasaie,
We have enough Dry Goods here to make things lively for a week's brisk selling. We want
to clear out our stock and open up Our New Store with Brand New Goods. At the same time Martin
O'Reilly & Co. have no shop worn goods on their shelves.
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Comforters
Just a few Comforters left and they will
sell at, each $      75
Another lot of 10 Comforters will go at.    1 25
Belts
We have 5 or 6 dozen Leather Belts, all colors;
they will air sell at exactly Half Price.
Marcella Quilts
Here is something always useful that will
appeal to careful buyers.
Our $3.00 Quilts now $ 2 00
"      4.00      "      "       2 75
"      5-50      "      "        3 50
Tickings
A few pieces of Tickings as follows:
20c now $      15
25c now     16%
30c now	
Art Muslin and Scrims
Some that were 10c now $
"      "      "    i2^c now	
20
20c now.
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Underwear
Our Women's and Children's Underwear has
had a big sale, but we still have a fairly good assortment left.
Curtains
About 50 or 60 pairs of Lace Curtains are all
looking for buyers, and are marked away down.
Ribbons
Are the faots fairly statad? Yes they are, especially when we speak of Ribbons. We have an
enormous stock of Ribbon in all colors, and they
will sell themselves at the following prices:
15c Ribbons, all colors, now $       8
31-11- " " 11(1 - /
2��C         12}4
25c      16^
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35c          25
Children's Bonnets and Hoods
Children's Hoods in White and  Colored
Cloth trimmed in fur, were $1.50 now $    c0
White Silk Bonnets trimmed in lace also
in fur, were $1.00 to $175, now	
Also a lot of Bonnets in White and Red,
trimmed in fur, worth 2.00 to 2.75, now	
Another very similar lot to go for	
Women's Cotton Underwear
Night Gowns that were $1.00 now $
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Skirts
Swiss Embroidery.
Skirts that were $1.25 now $     90
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"      "      2.50    "        ,50
Coif Capes
Golf Capes trimmed with Green and Red Habit
Cloth, all new.
Were 9.00, selling at $ ��� 7 25
"    10.50    "       "     825
"    17-50    "       "    13 00
Wrappers
Heavy line of printed Flaunelette Wrappers, fancy colors, sizes 34, 36 and 38, regu-
ular 5.00, now $ 2 00
Corsets and Cloves
The prices of Corsets and Gloves will  continue
the same as last week.
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Reinenber, the nerves transverse
the entire body, and when tbey are
ont of order, convey their trouble to
some one or more parts. No living
being can tell just where the nerves
will deposit the trouble, but It is certain they will plate it somewhere in
one or more organs.
Iu some cases disease is slowly bnilt
np, foi instance, in the kidneys, or
in thc brain, or perhaps in the
bowels.and docs not make any violent
show for weeks or months, but lt is
being piled In slowly and Mirely, so
tbat when enough diseased cells are
built to make a showing, tbe tumble
Is so far gone that many times it is
impossible to recover.
The only safe pathway for anyone
who cares for health, is to throw ont
the poisonous drug coffee as bop-1 no
you find some   evldon- it
If you are a Coffee Drinker examine
yourself very carefully indeed. It
will pay you big returns for thc examination.
If you find that in the weeks and
months past you have been suffering
small or great aches or ails anwyhere
io the body, no matter whether in the
leg, body, heart, or head, you may
depend upon it that the root uf tbe
trouble is an unbalanced, disordered
nervous system, caused wholly or in
greater part hy ooffee drinking,
disease, shown by aches or ails, or
uncomfortable feelings anywhere in
the body.
Highly organized psople are distinctly poisoned by coffee and think
it hard to give up the drug (for it is a
drug habit). It is really no task
whatever to rid one's self of coffee; if
one will take on Postum Food Coffee,
the result of tbe change will be so
pleasing in point of good, healthy,
comfortable, feeling, that one is well
repaid, particularly when there Is no
self denial for the taste of Post.im
Food Coffee is so clearly marked and
delicious when it is properly prepared
(and lhat is easy), that the ohange
from the old   coffee   is not   noticeable
Stop   disease   when it is small   and
you are   able to sotp it.    If you allow
it   to  grow    It     will    master     you.
Postum   Food   Coffee offers a pleasant
j and sure way to conquer and be well. I
DIAMONDS
We have on hand some very good
values in
DIAMONDS
Our stock having- been bought before the rise, anyone who contemplates purchasing in that line will
do well to call on us.
fc Patenaude Bros.
JEWELERS.
Canada Permanent and Whs-
tern Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to O. Ii. LENNOX Bakw 8��.\
Nelaon
NEWLING & CO.
AUCTIONEERS.
VALUERS. ETC
Kootenay Street, Next Oddfellows' Ha
P. O. BOX 633.
[The DAILY MINER
I WILL BE DELIVERED TO
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning immediately
on arrival of steamer, at the
rate, of    ..,.,.,   ,
75 Cents per Month
Christmas Goods
In  immense profusion are displayed on our
i.-'bles that you may see them to advantage.
Suitable Gifts from 25c. up, Artistic, Useful, Fancy
Come and inspect them.    You  will  be  delighted.    It is a pleasure to show goods.
ENGRAVING FREE OF CHARGE.
A. R. HEYLAND,
P. L. S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
Mi'ieral jl��i>��<: and mines suiveyed.
J. J. WALKER
Cor. Baker & Stanley .ta.
The Jeweler
OALL ON THI
NELSON WINE CO.
____l.Rl 3lER "J' ta ffi no"1 An*
ohoapwt   on    tfo   market.    Also   try  onr
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    OIQARS.
PRANK  A. TAMBLYN. M..w...
ToUphon.W Baker St. Ne
; NOTICE
The Independent Labor  Parly ""
hold a meeting Monday evening  ��'
p   m. Id the Miners' Union Hall.
J. MATDESON,
President

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