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Daily Edition No. 1170
Nklson,   British  Columbia, Sunday,  October 20,  1901
Eleventh   Year
statement of Piot lleVilllers. iho Hold
cornet recently taken prisoner in the
northeastern part ot the Orange River
i colony, who snid that ou tlio morning
of his enpture ho took breakfast with
(leneral Dewet.
Steamer Goddard and Three
Men Lost on LaKe
Lake Erie and Newfoundland
Goast the Scenes of
Victoria, Oct. 10.���Telegrams were
received lure today lelliug of tho
wreck cf the Btoamer God lard, running on Lake LeBarge in northern
Hritish Columbia and the losa of three
liven. The only name given in the
despatch wan that o( Charles Edward
MoDonald, of this city, captain of the
ituaiuer Ilo had beon the north for a
number of years and hart built a number of smaller steamers running on
the northern rivers aud lakes His
widow anil children are at present in
Heattlo. Ilin parents reside here. The
Uoddard is owned by the Upper Yukon
Consolidated company of this city.
A letter was received hero today by
a laiiy from her son who is at Whito
Ilorso, It was dated October 3rd, and
lioie tho Whito Horse postmark of
October 4th. In It the young man
says: Theenigneer of the Goddard
ilriiniiieil lust night that he Saw lhe
steamer sink in Lake Lc Barge and
lie refused to go out in her this morn
ing. What ilo you tliink of that for
A week Inter the steamer has been
wrecked and her crew of three men
Thn sealing schooner Casca airivefl
this evening with 7011 skins for the
season, tho largest catch so far
reported, A fleet of schooners are
reported in the straits.
London, Oot. 111.���The Nationalists
of Galway hnve selected Arthur Lynch
to contest the vacancy In the House of
dromons caused by the olevntion of
Martin H. I'*. Morris to the peerage
Mr. Lynch contested the constituency
as a Parnellite in 1892, and nerved as
a colonel with the Seoond Irish
brigade id the Hoer siege operations
in Natal under General Botha and
afterwards in the Orange Free state.
When Pretoria fell, Mr. Lynch
returned to France, whore he remained. He will be doubtless arrested if
he returns to Ireland.
Loudon, Oct. 19.���Dr. Eugene Zimmerman, of Cincinnati, bas arrived
at Down House, Windsor, where the
Dowager Duohess hus joined the Duke
and Duchess of Manchester in anticipation     of   tlie   uccouclimcnt   of   thc
Buffalo, Oot. 10.���It was learned
tonight that a vessel foundered in
Lake Erie oft* Long Point in tho 50-
mile gale thut swept over tho lake on
Friday nnd this morning. The captain
of the steniuer Donnaconna which
arrived at I'ort Colhorno this evening
brought the first news of the drenstoi.
He reported having paased through
the wreckage of what waa evidently
a two masted vessel with a single
smokestack. Large quantities of
lumber ties and shingles were floating
about. A tog was put out from Port
Colhorn to investigate and has not
St. John's, Nfld., Oct. 19.��� The
���'ranch schooner Madeline, owned in
vt. Pierre, le nshore on Red island,
on the Fiench shore and will prove a
total loss. Hor cr��w were saved.
Part of hoi cargo, oonalstings ol
Keiientl (*oii(la for use among the
French flshcimen along tho const,
was saved by the Nowfouudlnnd coast
Detroit, Mlnh., Oct. lt!.--The tug
Christian, supposed to bo from Toledo,
Olilo.wlth n croiv ol five men, Captain
Harlow, was mri down and cut in
tw" by ibe stoanior ,1. ,1. Allbrlght
bin'(.'lit nl the upper end of Grosso
Wo, which is about nine miles bulow
U"N ''ily. Tbo erew of live on the tug
were drowned Capt. Harlow is sup*
Posed to bo one of them. The names
"' the other* have not yet boon learned.
Inhumation From Boer Sources Snys
He is.
"in ban, Natal, Oct. 10.���Oeneral
���'-���wet's resent inaotivlty haa pro-
���**><**-'d tho Impression among iuilitnry
'"cn that he is either dead or incapacitated through illness or wounds.
According   to a letter from Pretoria
�� Prominent   Boor   recently   wrote  a
'hind there relating to tiie terrible
hardships by tho Boers in tho Held,
��speola|ly from  a   laok   of  surgeonB.
'Dewet, for example," wrote this
Bo��r. "sullored the most terrible
agony before he died. He was wounded
'|' the shoulder by a splinter :roin a
���Hell nnd the woond gangrened owing
w Its being dressed with drlty rags."
*ivn Iloers cnpt'ircd at different
pees recently said Ilowct   was   deud
���''t each nave a  different  vo-sion  of
'"death. Against these reports is tho
Buffalo, Oet. 10.���The New England
bnilding ut the Pan-American exposition was destroyed by lire tonight.
Tbo valuable contents of the building
consisting of rich furnishings of historic value, costly oil paintings and
other articles of great value were destroyed, Tbe building cost 1(80,0(10.
The lire was discovered at 11.10 and
an hour laler the eastern portion of
the building was in usher.. That port
of tho structure still standing will
probably not be fit for use again. Tho
structiiie was one ot tho iiuest of the
state buildings on the exhibition
grounds. It was of colonial design
and of a style similar to many of lhe
older mansions to be found ln thc
prosperous New England towns. It
was of white wood und wliitc wood
trimmings. A wide spacious porch
van across tho front of the building
its entire length and the colonial
pillars thereon gave it.the thoroughly
Now England aspect. The live New
Enginnd states uniled in the erection
of tbis building. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island auc
Connecticut. Each state had its own
special room on the seoond floor. The
main floor was given np to a spacious
entrance hull, committee and recep*
tin rooms nnd bureau of infjrmatiou
for Now England people.
Among the valuable paintings lost
was a life size portrait of James G.
Illume, which is Baid to have been the
best painting In existence of that
London, Oct. 111.���Rewriting the
Whirl of .the Town, written by Hugh
Morton, music hy Uuatuv Korkor. has
not saved it. The play will bo seen
for tho inst time at the Century
theatre tonight aud the company will
swoll the ulreudy long list of unemployed American actors in London.
Elfie Fay who made quite a hit In the
Whirl of tho Town, with her Imitation of Sousa, has beon engaged by
the management of tbo Tivoli Music
bull. Sousa who is proving a gnat
attrnotion     at   Glasgow,    returns   to
j London In November,and will give 18
conceits a the Convent Gnrdcn and
two in tho afternoon at the Empire,
A musical piny which iH doing exceedingly well is Kitty Grey at tho
Apollo theatre, whore Evle Greene
and Edna May sharo the honors.
Washington, Oct. lli.-The Stale
department hns been informed by U.
8. Ooosul Hill at Amsterdam under
dute of September 33, that thc project of draining the Zuyder Zeo nnd
adding now fertile land to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, has luen
withdrawn form tho Statcs-Gcnerul
by the new ministry. The matter
bus thus beon disposed of probably for
a long period. Mr. Ilill says that tho
Mute of the Dntch budgol renders
such an undertaking at tbis timo
Inadvisable, aud moreover, thc lull in
ths price of lund has diminished the
demand for new agricultural
Santos Dumonl's Flying Machine Rounds Eiffel
Fulfills All the Conditions for
Deutsch's Handsome
Elaborate Commemoration of
the Late Emperor's
Washington,    Oct.    l_.-*-Tlt_   President todny   nppointod   George Siiwter,
of Now York, U. S. Consul   at   Antl-
qua, Weil Indies.
Paris, Oot. 19.��� Santos Dumont
made another asoension today, starting thc first time at 2:20 p. rn., but
on leaving the park his guide rope
caught in a tree and ho was obliged
to descend. He started again at 2:42
p. in. rose 220 yards and then pointed
fur the Eiffel tower, the oalloon
going in a straight line. It waj seen
through field glasses io arrive at the
tower and round it. The time up to
thut point wilh the wind in tbe
balloon's favor was eight minutes, 45
seconds. It returned against Ihe
wind and made slower headway, but
still keeping in tho true direction of
St. Cloud, which it readied is the
total time of 20 minutes aud 15
seconds, Instead of descending immediately, Santos Dumont made a broad
swoep over the Aoro club grounds
with tho result that another minute
and 25 seconds were consumed before
the workmen seiiied the guide rope.
Thus technically Santos Dumont exceeded the time limit by 40   seconds.
The enormous orowd whioh had
guthered inside aud outside thc
grounds, gave t-.e aeronaut a tremendous ovatiun. As his basket came
within speaking distance, Santos
Dumont leaned over the side and
asked, "Hnve 1 wan ths prize?"
Hundreds of spectators shouted ,
"Yes " but the Count de Dion, n
member of the committee, approached
and threw a damper upon the onthu-
slasm by saying, "Mv friend, you
have lost the prize by 40 seconds."
The aeronaut after protesting
iigniiisl the decision of the committee
shrugged his shoulders and remarked,
''Anyway, I do not cure personally
for the 100,000 francs. 1 Intended to
give it to the poor " A number of
ladies who were present threw flowers
over the aeronaut and others offered
him boquets. At this moment M,
Deutsoh arrived at tho olub grounds,
having only shortly before that
moment reached Paris from Biarritz.
He advanced, embraoed Santos Dumont, shook hands with him aud
said, "For ray part, I consider that
you have won the prize." The crowd
then gavo the two men a gieat ovation, cheering heartily for Santos
Dumont and Deutsoh. Santos Dumont
claims he won the prize becuuse he
reached the park within the time and
that the original rules governing the
oontcEt mnde no mention of having to
touch tho ground within tha 30
Tho dispute Is due to tho action of
the committee which some timo ago
modified the terms of the contest by
inserting the latter stipulation.
Santos Dumont at thc time protested
and refused to bo bound by thc fresh
regulations, and strenuously upheld
thin viow with the Count de Dion and
other members of the committee and
on descending today finally declared
that he considered he had won the
prize and wonld not try again. If the
money wns withhold, It will not be
his fault. M. Deutech said ho would
give 25,000 francs to the poor, notwithstanding the decision of tbe com-
mlttoe, but Suntos Dumont declined
to accept tbo offer as a solution of the
There was a largo assemblage of
pnoplc ut the Eiffel towor and considerable interest wus manifented in the
experiment in other parts of Paris,
groups of peoplo gathering the streets
to watch the progress of the balloon
with its long guide rope hanging and
big pio'pcller whirling round, while
those below distinctly distinguished
the loud buzzing of the motor.
Wichita, Kas., Oet. 10,���In order
that his destitute wife and children
might be provided f6r, Joseph Pabst,
un escaped convict, for whose oapture
a reward of *50 was offered, caused a
fiiend to deliver him to the authorities and collect the reward for Pahsfn
family. Pahst was reiurnod to the
penitentiary today.
Russia Honors Prof. Vlrchow
With the Order   of the
White Eagle.
Menzel, the historical painter, is a
Knight of Black Eagle. Otber papeis
refer to Professor Virbbow's aversion
to orders and political attitude, sarcastically commenting on the inconsistency of the Liberals.
Tbe papers of the city    referring    to
the   United   States   naval    estimates! Wonderfully   Rich   Placers   On
say   that    President Rno'.evelt's   plan
to   make the United   Stales navy   the j thC    Upper    Horsefly
second strorgest in the world Is beginning to bo realized.
Berlin, Oct, 19.���The .seventieth
birthday of tbe late Emperor Frederick was quietly celebrated yesteiday. In the morning Emperor
Willliam placed a wreath of violets
on the sarcophagus. Tbe wreath bad
attached to it a white satin ribbon
with the initials of their majesties in
gold. The entrance to thu mausoleum
and the monument were beautifully
decorated with flowers as was the
monument representing the late
Empress Fredetek. Early in the dny
delegations from the different regiments placed wreaths on the sarcophagus. Tbo city of Potsdam sent a
laurel crown. At noon Princess Eitcl
Frederick, Auguste and Oscar also
brought floral offerings to tho tombs.
Conspicuous umoug the floral tributes
was a wreath sent by the British
colony at Rio Janeiro to be placed un
the tomb of tbe late Empress Frederick. During the day the purple standard of the Queen of Prussia was
flown at half mast over tbe palace of
Empress Frederick. An equestrian
Htutue of late emperor was Unveiled at
Nordl.ausen, Prussian, Saxony, the
ceremonies Including a procession.
There were only two editorials in tin
papers here on the event. Tho Post
says: "The nation remembers with
sorrow tbo chivalrous personage whose
tiagio destiny it waB to die when ho
had hardly entered upon his high
ollice. Hia political views, when he
was cio n prince differed from oms;
he embracing liberalism in the
forties. But he hud a praiseworthy
and h'gh regard for his ollice and subordinated his individual idea and inclinations to tho common interests.
He will not be forgotten as a nobleman, popular prince and heroic
sufferer. The laurel mown on hi**
forehead secures bim a place of honor
in oui* history."
Tho Berlin Zetning eulogizes Emperor Frederick's liberalism,depicting
the good wbich be might have done
had he lived longer Three monuments to tbe late Empress William
were unveiled yesterday. One of these
was unreiled at Aix La Chapelle in
the presence of Crown Prinoe Frederick William, who afterwards returned to Bonn. The other monuments
were unveiled at Aliensteln and
Fricdenhue, Prusria. The Berliner
Nenste Nachrichten complains that
the Bismarck monument is invisible
after sunset, excepting by the light
furnished from two old fashioned gas
lamps, saying that Count Von Buelow
acoopted It on June 10 In tho hope
that it would bo illuminated in a
manner worthy of hia gieat predecessor, and adding that the chancellor
may appeal to tho city magistrate who
ill um ia tes the statues of tbe Speigos
AI li- (even that of Otto, the lazy, electrically, should he willing to do the
same for Otto the Diligent.)
Tula was Vlrchow week. Tho coin*
brntion of his eightieth birthday was
still going on yestorday. The city
authorities dined the honored citizens
at thu Hath IlaiiH, whioh wus beautifully decorated. There were no government oflluiaiH, personages or uniforms present, tho assemblage being
made up of citizens of Berlin and
foreigners. The chief speaker was
Herr Klracheiner, the burgomaster.
Tonight tbe Berlin-Handwerker
V, rein will weloome Professor
Virchow as an honorary member. An
exhibiton of addresses, memorals,
medals, pictures,and .tntuua presentrd
to PtofesaT Vlrchow was opened yesterday at the Kunst Gewerbe Museum,
It is said that thc Czar will confer on
Professoi Virchow the ordor of the
Whlto Eagle, but that bis long
absence from St. Petersburg has delayed the olllcinl announcement of
tbis faot.
Two of the Liberal newspapers have
exprcssod dissatisfaction because
Emperor William only presonted u
medal to the professor, Instead of conferring on him the title of Exce'-
lency or some order, pointing out-that
Rossland, Ojt. 10.���Tho shipments
from the Rossland camp are growing
steadily. The figures for the week
ending tonight are us follows: Le
Roi, 4,000 tons; LeRoi No. 2, S00
tonst Spitzee 30 tons. Total, 4,830
tons. Of the Le Roi shipments all
went to Northport with the exception
of 1,700 tons to Trail. The operations in the mines during the week
bave been largely confined to stoping.
The No. 1 mine has been unwatered
and mining will be carried on there
during the week. The Nickle Plate is
now being unwntered, and thc pumping operations are progressing
A serious assault under peculiar
circumstances took placo last night
about 0,30 o'clock. As John Burns,formerly an employee hi the fireball was
going up Ward street to attend service at the Roman Cntholic ohurob
be noticed u man standing on the
north side of Carbonate street and
another on the south side near Ward
street. He paid no attention to them
but as he reached the alley near the
uhurch he heard a step behind him
and the next moment received a heavy
blow on tbe head from a stone.
Though iliizno Bi\*-r,s was not rendered
unconscious and shouted for help.
The two mon immediately ran along
Carbonate street toward Stanley
Burns' oall for help brought S. S.
Taylor, almost opposite whoso house
the affair happened. Mr. Taylor
assisted tbo mounded man down
streot, meeting Officer Hardy ou the
way, who took Burns to a drug store
where the wouud, a nasty cut, wns
attended to.
Robbery oodld scarcely have been
the object of the attack ss tlie assuull
took place within a few yards of Mr.
Taylor's liouse in front of wl ich in a
strong light. Burns could not think
of anyone wbo could have had an.v
spite against him. The police arc
working on the ease.
Benches Yield Pay Dirt and
Bed-Rock   Not   Yet
Ashcroft, B. C, Oct. IC���What
may prove very important news arrived clown this week from Horsefly
to the eft'eot that rioh placor ground
had been struck near the head Watt ra
of Horsoily and in a section wnort*
no white man had over explored
before. The repoit is authentic to
ths extent that the new was sentdown
by a thoroughly reliable mining man
of Horsefly. The letter reads us
follows: Just a line to bay that a
party just in from tho headwaters of
Horsefly creek report a rioh find on a
large creek some eight or ten mil"s
beyond where any white men hud
ever been, at least there is uo sign.
They panned out considerable gold
and brought it with them. Their grub
stake gave out. Thoy will return
again before snow falls too deep aud
make nioru locutions. Every able-
bodied man is going. The best evidence is the golil brought down,
which 1 saw nnd weighod somo of it.
Bjb Campbell, who is an old liuker-
villc miner says: "Its a second Williams creek." The benches aie rioh
but they could not got bed rock in the
creek but get good prospect every*
where tbey panned. Parties ure goin*.;
up and I will wait here until they
return when I will know more about
it. Cariboo may surprise the people
yet. A spocial from 150-Mile House
to the Journal says a crowd iH leaving
there this morning for the headwaters
ol tho Horsefly. R. T. Waul just, in
from Horsefly says it is believed.to be
nil light and tho strike genuine as
Deleware, Oct. 111.���The opening
of the campaign here today by tho
Republicans was the most largely attended of years. The feature of the
occasion from the opening prayer of
President, Bnshonford, to the closing
speech of Senate" Hannn, was the remembrance of President McKinley
and the nppe.il for the support of
President Roosevelt. There was little
reference to s'ate nITnirs by Chairman
Warner or hy Nash and Nippeit, who
hoad the statu ticket, and none by
Senators Fornker and Hanna. When
Senator Foraker referred to President
Roosevalt's ?ntcrluliling   l'rof. Booker
Washington "as a representative ol
tbo colored race. " there wus quite a
demonstration. Tha greatest demonstration :if tho duy wns when Senator
Hanna declared that be did not intend
to quit polities or resigu us senator or
chairman of the Republican National
Purls, Oct. 1(1.���A despatch to Hie
Temps from Constantinople, under
today's date, confirms previous despatches to tha effect that tho Leonardo
claim of over 6100,000 Turkish, foi
money louned some years ago to the
porte, is still unpaid, and says that
the rumors that the Turkish govern
ment hud agreed to the demands of
Fiance is untrue.
Sarnia, Ont., Oct. 10,���The trial
of tho sensational suit cf Miss
Viotoria Middloton, of this place,
ngainst Dr. W II. Wilkinson alio of
Sarnia, for alleged breach of promise
in which $l.r>,<HX) damages was claimed
and which began here Monday, concluded yesterday afternoon The jury
awarded Miss Mlddlcton tn, WHI
St. Petersburg, Oct. 19.���Chnrlc-
mange Tower, U. S. Ambassador to
Russia, bus returned heie from Berlin
and is continuing his exertions in
bolialf of Miss Stone, tho kidnapped
American missionary. The Russian
foreign ollice is showing sympathy
nnd willingness to assitt Mr. Tower.
He lias seen Dr. Dimitii Stance!!, the
Bulgarian representative here, unci
thiotigh liim bus Informed thc Bulgarian government of the Intense interest taken in tbe case in the United
States. Mr. Tower learned through
Dr. Stanculf that the Bulgarians havo
cleared the frontier region, where
the brigands arc supposed to be hiding, of the entire pnpiilaiion, iu order
to surround tho brigands more ttfcclu-
bIly. According tu lhe latest reports
received at thu embassy lliu hi igands
are iuclinod to surrender to Bulgaria
and it IS still hoped, in view of Con-
sul-lioueral Dickinson s negotiations
thut the lil<> of Miss Stone will bu
Washington, Oct. 10 --The names of
tbe killed of Company D, oth iufuutiy
in the engagement with bolo mon on
the Cnndaru livui, Island of Sainar,
Inst Wodnosday, arc given in a cable,
gram received nt the War department
from General Chaffee Ibis evening.
Manila, Oot, il).���Wnh  reference to
my telegram ol October 18th, the following are Iho casualties at C'niidiira
river of October 16th, Co. E, Oth
infantry: Killed���Geo. Tenchatit,
Wm. II. Ritclilo, Kdward F. Burns,
Carl Mi Johnson, Win. Loftln, Jack
Plcoplis, Charles Wilson, Orvillo .1.
D.omgood. Died of wouudn reeoivod
in action, Sergt. Wm. F. (iormley,
John P. Kelly.    (Signed)    Chuffoe.
Pittsburg, Oct. 10.���Fires hnve boon
lighted iu neaily nil the fnotories of
tho American Window Gluss company, and tho Independent Ulnss company, the two leading glni-s combinations and the plains will he pu In aa
full opeintlin as impossible on November 1st. All the f.ieiiu i,"i the
federated company has operated an
manufacturers, weio stalled on Tuck
day and nlso tin* plants uf several outsido concern-,. rrrr
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119 Floet Street, K. C.
n-ral Press Auenoy. LtA., apodal Agent*
Alexander tc CO..BS1 First Avenue, Spokane
Wa_h.. keep thin uaper on lilt), anri are our
a'l-.borlKod otfont* for adverUtfc-niyrttH ub
Hon. Joseph Martin, ns n veteran
attorney, fully knows the value of
time in a criminal case, where in thc
event of a spoody trial, the oocused
would be certain of conviction. Time
wears the keen edge from public resentment, time softens the people's
���-lew of the crime, time disperses the
witnesses and impairs tbeir memory
of too circumstances, and in many
ases, where the guilt of the accused
Is obvious acquittals bave resulted
through tbe playing of a waiting
game. I*. is a device which is as
old as the law itself. It is evident
that Hon. Joseph Martin holds a brief
for tbe Dunsmuir government, and as
the edge of public resentment is still
very sharp lime is an essential to
soften the publio view of tbe government's sins of omission and commission and it is -lalpable that Premier Dunsmuir and his ministers are
playing a waiting game in the hope
of lengthening their official tenure.
Tbey are postponing tbe day when
tbey will be arraigned before the bai
of tbe house and tbe time when tbe
true bill found against them by the
people will be read. A fear is expressed In soma quarters that Dunsmuir and bis friends will endeavor to
fix the jury before whom tbey will be
tried and on whose verdloi they will
be relegated back to tbe peace aud
quietude of private life. Tbat there
may be some truth in this latter apprehension is shown in the recent announcement made by A. M. Smith,
M. P. P., wbo has bitberto affiliated
wilh the oppositionists, that he would
support the govemment. It would
be Interesting for tbe people to know
just what lt waa that caused Mr.
SmitI tc change hia politloal front.
It seems that it waa not necessary for
the government to announce its promised policy, which is to be bo bene
flclal to tbe publio, and :t is barely
possible tbat lt told him of its
intention in private, and so changed
bis views. Thero must have been
some potent reason for Mr. Smith to
beoome a political apostate, and tbe
public is on tiptoe awaiting with
bated breath an explanation wbich is
certainly due from bim. Thc all
important question now with the
Dunsrauir-Martln combine is how
many otber members of the opposition
are there who are ready to change
fronts politically. That the oabal
desires time to carry on those somewhat delicate negotiations is evidenced by their Hetormination to not
e.ill the house tog, titer at tho regular
time iu January, but rather to postpone that event for a month or perhaps two, three or four months later.
It ia no wonder, therefore that tho
Mephistopliolcan Murlin smiles
wisely when asked about the noliti
cal situation, for has he not a Dr.
Kii'n.t In Premier Dunsmuir and 11
nice, easy, gullible Marguerite in the
publln of British Columbia ?
Considerable surpriso in express'"!
because tbe Parisinns are erecting n
Mntiio to M. Monselet, the publishers a weekly paper on cookery. This is
but natural an thu French peoplo pay
morn nttention tn gastronomy ton**,
any other people In the world aid
many travelers consider tbem tint ooal
cooks The loading chefs lo Paris
are paid princely salaries and the
calling there bas nearly the dignity
of a profession. It requires experience and skill of no small order to
primer ly eook and prepare meals. It
Is doubtful If Ihe Anglo-Saxon people
pay enough attention to the art of
properly pieparing them, and many of
their descendants In tbis country and
particularly some of those who cook
for restaurants and hotels ce-talnly do
uot properly understand thc art.
A good cook is tho oxceptlcn
and not the ruie. It seems that In
their caso thc truth of the aporism
"that the Lord sends tbe meats and
the Devil provides the cooks" Is carried out. Many of those presiding at
the range do so aa a last resort and
follow othor occupations when tho
least opportunity offers a chanoo to no
so. In Prance the compensation for
cooks in large and the calling In to a
certain extent looked up to and hence
the cook is glorified and tba publisher
of a paper devoted to gaJironoaty  is I
*.. 1:. '1>...
Ntum. Oailv Mms-i,
g.ih'DAY,   OCfOSBB *<->���   "*"
���,-L.  *.i, -mgag-ggg.
The best which art can produce and   money  can   purchase,
is now ready for your inspection.
Novelties of All Kinds
Stylish Goods in every shade and make for evening wear,
bequin Robes, Dreams in Embroideries, Facts in
Goo-l Values.
From the Kitchen to the Ball Room and from the cradle
to the grave, we have everything you can possibly require.
HEU/AHi^ lig^^^^*^^5^*^^
Our Compound Syrup of
White Pine and Tar
Cures Coughs and Colds
TELEPHONE    NO.   13.
Hudson's Bay Company.
The new Ooal City is owned by the Similkameen Valley Ooal Oompany
Limited; who have placed one thousand lots on tbe market at tbe following
prices: from $50 to 8225, one fourth cash, balance three, six and nine months,
without interest.
There is also a small block of the flrst ono hundred thousand shares remain-
to be sold at 35c, 5c. a share down, balnnce in six monthly payments. When
these are Bold the shares will bo advanced to $1 each by the Oompany.
The Company's land, including the townsite of Ashnola, is nnderlaid with at
leost three fine seams of coking, steam and furnace coal. The Oompany hIso
own the water rights and at laaat 25,000,000 feet of fine Umber. All the above
is owned by the one Company, and every shareholder will participate in the
profits aocruing from the sule of any of the above mentioned property.
A full force of men are now at work and will be kept on continually dnrlog
tbe year.   For further information apply to.
R. J. STEEL, Official Broker, Nelson, B* C
Or Vedder & Cunningam, Greenwood, B. O.; J. E. Church, Viotoria, B. C.; W
W. Fellows, Sandon, B. 0.; C. E. Douglas, Vancouver, B. O.
considered worthy of a atatne, the
same aa any other benefactor of mankind. It Is to be feared unless there
is a change in sentiment and a great
improvement in the product of the
cooks of this country tbat It will be a
long time before an exponent of the
art will be honored by a atatne or a
salary of aiO.000 a year, but there la a
danger if there is much deterioration
in tbe quality of their work that there
���nay be a few cooks lynched. That
there Is considerable sentiment
against coons was shown a few days
since when there waB a strike at one
of the tjlocnn mines owing to the fearful and wonderful way In which the
chef prepared the viands for the
mine's employes, and tbe next t'.me
thero is an uprising against bad
cookery tbe results may be still more
seriouB. Cooks should take warning
in time as there have ol late been
heard mattering*] of a poorly fed and
dyspeptic populace which they would
do well to pay heed to.
The announcement made that thu
new Amour of Afghanistan has ollicl-
ally Informed the Viceroy of India
that he will follow in his father's
footstep*, and maintain friendship
with Great Britain ia now follower!
by another to the effeot that 1111 understanding Iiiih been ariived at between
tho Hritish and Humour,:, as to
Afghnnistan. The total failure of the
Kiikmiwi government to establish
the right of tbo younger son of
the latn Anioor to th* throne has
donhtluHs bad considerable to do w tb
the agreement that has boen arrived
ut. With iiii'. cloud romovod lireat
llritain can give its full attuntlun to
suhduinir tho Iloers,
Tho stamp mill*, of the Alaska
Tread we 11 Hold Mining company
crusnod in the yoai cniling Mny last
4.17,H02 tons of oro from which the
average recovr ry wiih only Sl.hH per
ton. This is the Ion nut average
recorded iu any one yoar, but the Cost
nf mining nnd milling was only $1,05
per ton, leaving a profit nf Hi) cents
por ton, from which sotisfaotory divi
dends wen* paid. The suoccss mado
with this mino shows the possibilities
of large bodies of tree milling oro of
whicli thote are a number in the
Nelson and othor Kootonay <lt.iblc.un,
most of which will bo Worked within
tbo next decade. It tultOH a lurge
plant, plenty of capita', and economic
and r-ciontiflo mining to make properties of as low a grado aa tho mine of
the Aloska-Trcadwell oompany pay.
A. W. Smith, M. P., announces
thnt be will nupport the govenment,
says the Victoria Times. Tht pimple
who imagined anything else must
have been optimist* Indeed. The few
months Mr. Smith spent in oposltlon
evidently harrowed his soul. It was
not nuoeaary to announce a policy to
aeenre tbe support of Mi.   Smith.     It
will be surprising indeed if some
more of those wbo are auppoaod tojbe
opposed to the government are not
found voting with it on the first
division. There are a good many poli
tician In British Columbia who are
always on the side whioh is In power.
Tbey prefer drifting to steering >
straight course.
Tbe coming year promises great
things for tho Fort Steele district,
eays the Fort Steele Prospector. More
mining will be done than ever before,
mines tbat have laid been for several
years will be actively developed.
Machinery will be installed to work
mines on Bull Illvor, Wild Horse and
Tracy creeks. A stamp mill will be
in operation on Perry oreek. A smel
ter Bt Marysville. A numuer of compressor plants, and diamond drills in
operation. Work will be resumed on
an extensive scale all over the dis
trlot. If ever a mining section was
destinod to witness a substantial
growth, it is tbat portion of East
Kootenay known as tbe Fort Steele
Mining Division.
Earl Russell was released from the
Holloway jail in England on Thursday aftor serving threo months for
bigamy. The application of Countess
Kussell to make absolute her decree of
divorce will be heard on October 28th.
In the event of tho application being
granted It Is announced that the Earl
Russell and Mis. Homcrvjllo will be
married a few days later. 11 will bo
roroemborod that tho Earl Unssoll
obtained a divorce from tlio Countess
Kussell ln the United states and
afterwards marrlod Mrs. Somorvllle
For this he wns arrested on
n charge of bigamy, pleaded guilty
and was sontenced to throe mnnthii
impilsonment. Tbo conviction in his
onso haH formod a proccdonl and thn
Canadian courts refuse to rcoognlzo
American divorces no lfgnl where they
arc -rnntHil to llrltl>;h nulijicta. Mrs.
Woon, a British subject, was a few
ilayti slnoo convioied ln Toronto of
bigamy although she had been granted a divorce from her first spouse hy
an American oourt.
Hut her beauty was completely bidden by sores, blotohes and pimples till
she used Huclrlon's Arnica Halve.
Then they vanished as will all Eruptions, I'eter Hoies, Bolls, Ulcers,
OarbnUCles and Felons from ita nso.
Infnliblo for Cuts, Corns, Hums,
HoaldB and Piles. Cure guaranteed.
3.1o at Canada Drug Sc Book Co.
If you don't like Blue Ribbou Tea it'i.
bocanse yon never tasted it
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head offiok toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortaaae,
Apply to O. U. UCNNOJf.  Bak_T_-_.
Beware   of   the   "just
good" kind.    Insist on   getting the genuine C. D. &  B.
Compound  Syrup  of White
Pine and Tar.
We are doing the Blanket Trade of Nelson.
See values. Every pair full weight and prices
2l   We duplicated our
Jackets and . . . .
Tailor=Made  Suits
They are a success.     Every garment a model
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors.
Inside Finish*
Coast Flooring! and
Finished Lumber.
Mill at PILOT BAY. Tarda, NELSON
and LARI.O.
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every rrinriiini,' Immediately
on arrival of steamer, at the
rate of    .......   ,
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions to be left
with the agent,
D.  J.  YOUNG.
For domsstic or steam use.
A ful] supply always on
Kates to all railway and
lake points
General Agent.
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors wesi
C.P.R. offices.
N.E.T. CO.
Reduction in service, taking place
Sunday 29th imtant. 40 minute
service before 11 a.m. and after
7.40 p. m.    20 minutes between.
Tint; rahi.��;.
KiiHunlun* Manley at
7*"on  ���". 7.20 a. m,
7*4�� 8.00
H.*i�� ..40
9* OO J.20
9*4�� l3.oo
10.20 1 -,.40
'i-oo j,.00
11.20 n,ao
Every no  minutes  netween, at  thc
hour. 20 past and 20 to.
Stanley V|
7.20   p      �����
7.20 p. m.
"j. 20
10 40
i.-.-n rai
:ar to switch
f Alilio  10 TICKETS 50 GrNTS
A. V.
P. L. S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
Mi-feral   !�����"����� aod mii-es nuiveycU.
Our ste ck ol Gloves, in Kid and Wool, are fullv assorted.
An exceptionally nobby thing is a Silk Lined Kid Glove, warm
and not clumsy, just the thing for cold weather.
It will pay you to see our Wool before buying elsewhere.
Underwear, Vests, Drawers, and Combinations, all sizes.
5*2 Cosmopolitan Patterns. All Patterns 15c each
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tarmways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H, E* CROASDAILE Agent Nelson-
J. G. BUNYAN & 60.
We have the Largest 'and Finest
Assortment in the city.
Close connection Kiwt and West*
hound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokano FaiiB and Northern Kailway
Direct connection at Ht, Paul with'
out change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New Vork
nnil all points Went and Bouth.
Lama Spokane daily foriEast at[9:lb a m
Leuvos Spokane daily lor West at 7:15 a.in
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 8*00 p in
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victorin and Vancouver,
Portland, Hun Vranoisoo, and all point,
on the Sound,
During tlio season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with'
themognlUoeilt steaiiiBhips North-YVesf,
and North-Land of theNorthern Steam-
snip Company Line, operated in con-
nection with the Oreat Northern Bail.
way. "
For further Information,   aps, fold-
��V**R[T.ly t0liny aSent of Spokane
tails* Northern By, ljaalo & Slocan
Oe.'ofta Wlly * Nilvi��tttio��
Oity Pass, and Tkt Agt,  W 7ol  W
"������""'de Ave,, Spokane. w_��h.        '
U. K. TAUJUBlA-Y. ___���_��! Agent,
 -UeUou. H n
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Hliortosl and quickest route to the eoet and all
point* on tho O. K. tc N. anil Northorn Pa*
oitle ltnllwny�� in Wu-ihii-gw-u, Oregon and
loiithorii States.
Time Card Effective August 1.1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
3:�� a. m. Lv.
10:5.'. ii.iii. Ar*.
Ar. 1*00 P* m
Lv. 1:U V. *���'���
Int Nav- & Trading Co-
5:20 p. m. Lv. Nolson Ar. 11:00 " m*
11:10 P. ra. Ar. Kaslo Lv. 7:00 ��- "'���
Oonnocllnu at KIvo Mile Pelnt with Nol*���
& Koit Hhoupard Itollway both to and Irani
Holland, oui
Tlokots sold to all parts lu Unitod SUito* Mj*l
{.anuria via drool Northern audO. It- K �����
Co.'s lino**.
Ocean Hluamxrilp tlokots and ratos via all
linos will boliirnlxho.1 on application.
for further particulars oall ou or aridro*"
ROUJCKT IKVINl_    ,   ��� .,
M��n����or, Kaslo.U, V
Q. K T.vi'itAiiuiiY Auoiit. Nolson 11.1'.
J. C. GWILLIM, B-, Sc,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. **���
wJIi.*!? the ��$*"��* oa*h Pr-*oe 'or all
kinds ol second band goods: Will bnv
or sell anything from an anohor toi
needle.    Fornitnre,   .toves,   earner!.
ffi   inT___-Al8��   ""t   0ff   0,oU""K
Certificates oflmprovements
Apcax, Silver Beaf and Oarfow Mineral claims, situate in tho Nelson Mining Divisiou of West Kootenav District.
Where located���Near hond of the
main fork of Whitewater Oreek.
TAKE NOTICK that I, Theodore
Beauchamp, tiding as agent for G. T*
Boy, free miner's certificate No. B5(i;��K'
and J. J. Malone, free miner's certificate No. B60588, intend sixty days
from the date hereof to apply to lhe
Mining Brcnrder for a oortincateof i��i-
piovements for the purpose of obtaining Crown UriuitH of the above olaiins.
And further take notico that notion,
under seotion 87, must bo commenced
before the issuance of such certifloa****"8
of improvements.
Dated this 5th day of Septe-i"*****
".il- T. UEAUOUAMi'. NfiiBON   Dau v Misaa, SunoavJOctobsr ae, .901
������ ...ifciJi*M.-wO*��.
f   MINING N1>WS.     -J
|,;     D.   Sauntlcrs,   F. P.
'�����,, s.   Austin are at tbe
Pfcii, hotel-     Thoy   are returning to
from   Marysville   in    Ea*,t
where they have been l<ok-
'*er  the   preliminaries   for    a
which the    Sullivan   Group
in winch tbey are
Mr. Ai 1
Is to navo
Mining   Company
interested, purposes  erecting
,stin bus been appointed super-
st of the proponed sinelter and
oharge of   its   oonstiuction
������l operation.    In a   chat with   Mr
Austin lam BV**"*"'-* h*-'   Mld   th"t   he
ni���n, nu the site of the smelter for
thc purpose  of  having preliminary
0lveys made so tbat the plans and
,n.cmcatloDa of tbe smelter .structure
plgM oe drawn. Tbe brick for the
ntncli and other portions of the plant
arc now being mado. A sawmill has
beer ordered and will soon be placed
in pl]slt,oD aud is to be used for get-
tiuc oot the lumber to be used in the
smelter building.
In creeling the mill, Mr. Austin
said, lhe slow burning plan of construction iviil be utilized so as to reduce tlie chances of fire to the minimum. The Idea of Mr Austin is to
creel Wo lend furnaces of a oapaoity
uf 1,5 tons per dny The smelter wiil
be provided with all of the latest
labor saving devices, so ns to rednco
the handling ns much as possible and
so cat down the cost of smelting to
the very lowest figure. The furnaces
will be of Hugo size and of the regulation type. There will be from six
.0 cigLt long-bedded hand roasting
lmnaces, as the ore requires to be
roosted before it is put into the smelting furnaces.
An admirable luoorion has been
selected for the smelter. ' It will bo
built on a ll.it near a blnff 125 feet
high ot thc junction of Mark creek
and the St. Mary's river. This wili
give all the necessary dumping
ground for tho slag. It is the intention lo utilize a fall wilh a capacity
of nno horse power, closo by. for the
dilving tlio machinery. This will aid
in cutting down the expense of leduo-
ing tho ore It is anticipated that
the smeller, provided no serious setbacks occur to retard the work, will
be ready for operation some time next
Mr. Auslin Is smelter man of many
years experience, and hns been employed for some time past at the
smeller of tho American Smelting Sc
lloBning company at El Paso, Texas,
which is the largest silver-lead plaut
ownod by the trust, having a capacity
of 1,000 tons a day. This plant is
operated by T. S. Austin, his brother
Mr. Austin's nephew, J, F. Austin is
in charge of the smelter at Everett,
Wash. Messrs. Saunders, llcgan and
Austin leavo today for Spokane.
��� ���. -;' *a^si^.,-3a*a*as'; g&
Superior; to Ai um -Ba ki i.c|
Powders: Equal to atty
otherAntrAlum Baking
Powder, and -costs biit;^
Oo the surface the lead is but two
feet in width, but has improved with
depth and where the owners are drifting on it now it has reached four
feet. Thc development work done
consists of a 20 foot shaft anu a ,1
foot tunnel and the main lead has
been traced by open cuts for 3,000
feet, The vein is a Qssure and has a
dip of 05 degrees. The owners intend
to prosecute- development as long as
tbe weather will permit.
The Kaslo yesterday brought down
four cars of oro fiom the Slocan fcitar
for the Trail smelter and one car cf
Rambler-Cariboo for the Selby
MRS.   ENFIELD   wishes   to   announce to the ladies ol Nelson   tnat
owing to the   increase   of bu*-iness
she has secured
All orders can now be got ready
on the shortest notice at most
reasonable prices.
H. & M. BIRD
82250���Six roomed bonne on Victoria
street, close to the citv hall all
improvements. Cash $1050, balance easy terms.
(500-Threo roomed furnished honse
anil 5()-foot lot on Hoover   streel.
81100���Two story liouse and corner lot
close to depot. Cash ffr,00, balance easy terms.
415.00���Four roomed  cottage on Ward
818.00���Six room house on Robson St.,
close to Stanley street.
10,000   Royston   Uold     Mining   Co.
shares for sale at 5 cents.
F, M. Wells of Repablic, was iu yeB-
terday. Mr. Wells was formerly connected with tho Kamloops Development company with head office lu
Rossland, but recently has boen operating on behalf of other parties in
Siiuilikameen chiefly. He is directing work on the Kingston at Camp
Hedley and about half a mile' from
the Niolile Plate, the first property
developed to a lnrge extent in that
camp. The Nickle Plate has had a
force ol 25 men or more working
underground for the past year, has
four power drills In operation and has
spent In nil probably $200,0(10. Little
information is given out by the
owners, who are associated with the
Standard Oil peoplo, but it is a certainty that tho Nickle Plato is a'very
valuable mine.
Camp Hedley, Mr. Wells says, and
the sume reainilr will apply to all thc
Siinllkameon, will yet becomo a very
licpurtant mining district, the ore
bodies are largo and the countiy Is
comparatively easy of aecesB, the cost
"f roads and trails being low. All
things am shaping for the early construction of one railway, if not iwo.
The (lieiit Northern or V. V. Sc K.
have surveyors doing the erons seollon-
ite w Una | location work and it is
confidently expected that construction
will be in progrent noxt summer.
Engineers for the C. P. R. nave been
""������king through there during the past
year and Mr. Wells antiuipates that
next veal win   be   an   autlTC   one   in
railway  WUik   and   consequently   in
lh-piibllo be reports as being quiot,
advent of the Grand Forks
mean a great deal,
ores can be treated in conjunction with Bonndary ores at low
cost and the percentage saved will be
rather greater than by the Johnson
Piocess now omployed thore. Ho
expects that the Ripublio mine will
Kink to greater depth than before and
no considers the profpeet of opening up
additional ore bodies very good.
It. .lames was in yeiitorday from the
hot the
teilway   will
(John  llurtt Morgan.)
One   Ood   and Father of   alI.--Eph.
4*. (i.
It is a noteworthy fact whatever
may be its explanation that the consciousness of the raco is just now
experiencing a general awakening to
the great and significant truth of the
Futheihood of Uod. It is also remarkable that this awakening has been us
rapid in its progress and as widespread in ns extent, as it has been
tardy iu its appearance. Perhaps nc
other great truth has ever gaiu*td
such widespread acceptance in so
short a lime. It seems to command a
foremost place in nearly every creed
in Christendom, and in not a fow
instances it would appeal to comprise
tho sum total of acknowledged faith.
But while it has thus become inwrought into the popular creed and Is
Hpoken of with easy familiarlity hy
overy tongue, it nniBt be observed that
its intorpietation iH by no mea-is uniform, and may in many cases fairly
be challenged. Multitudes of superficial thinkers perceiving tbe fact,
leap to thc conclusion that it can
have for the world but one meaning,
viz: that the Eternal aa Father of all
stands somehow commuted to tho salvation of every son of Adam, irrespective of thc life he may lead or the
character he may riovelop in this
present state of existeuce. Tbe tail*
acy oi this and analogous conclusion,
will perhaps appear from a few simple considerations.
Fatherhood unquestionably involve*
responsibility. As a father I am
bound to do my utmost to secure the
good of niy child. Hut this "utmost"
is limited by the naturo of my child
as an individual personality, nis
nature I am equally bound to respect,
and my efforts in his behalf, if wisely
dirootod, will pause upon the borderland of coercion. In lilio manner,
speaking with all reverence, "the
Father of all" while plodged to command His infinite resources of wisdom
and power to ooinpnss the redemption
of His creatures, must yet respect the
lawn which Bo has Himself made, and
halt upon tho threshed of the domain
of human choice. Therefore Ho Iuib
9aid, Whosoever will, let him take the
water of lifo freely, aud, Ye will not
coipe to ine, tnat yc might bave life
But If fatherhood carries with H
responsibility, what shall be said of
thc responsibility <>f eouehjp?
Let those who delight to console
themselves with Ihcir olnims upon
Hod's fatherly favor, consider His
claims upon ibeir obedience and love
bs children. Lot comparisons be
made hotweon the perfect standards of
the supreme will and tho negligence,
disloyalty and filial disobedience ot
tho uvorage man. In short let us look
at both uspects of this oherlshed relationship. It is well to rejoice in our
Father's love, lt is better to delight In
our own duty. Ood has done, is
doing and will continue to do His
part to the end of the age.   Of this wo
r -  ��1..        ......... i,.r r        .nl lt.lt   V (IS .
��� SEE ���
West Block. East Baker St.
ind try a bottlo, a dozen, ar a biure! ol
CALGARY BEER a., it is tho bont and
ohoapeHt ou tho lttarkat. A.ho try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
FRANK  A. TAMBLYN. t*.......
TVlonhone 03 ���a,*>8r fit, N olson
West Transier Co.
Goal��� Wood
Best  Fir and  Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
Ail Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Offlee on   Baker Stroet. Tel. fS
NKLSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. &
M. liieole second Wednesday in
month.   Visiting brothtirn wolcomo
I. O. O. F. Kootenay Lodge
No. IS. raeeU every Monday night,
at  their Hall, Kootenay stveot
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially Invited.
John A, AlcKac, N.Q.   1). W. Kuthorford, V.O
Frod J. Squire, Por. Sec.
Nelson Uoyal Aroh Chapter No. 123,0. lt. C.
Meets third Wednesday, ifojnurning cornpan
tons invited. George Johnstone. Z. K. W.
Matthews, S. B.
.        NKLSON LODGE   No US. K. of P.
^incets in K. of P. hall, Oddfellows block
evoryTuesday ovonlng at 8 o'clock.
J*AH visiting knights cordially Invite
Wm. Ikvinh, CO.
A. T. Pakk, K. of it. and S.
Nelson Knca puient No. 7. Meets every 2nd
and Ith Friday of oach month, ln Odd i' allows
Hall; comer Baker and Kootenay stroots.
Nelson. A. H. Clement*, C. P.; D. McArthur
It. S.   Visiting brothers always wolo*"****,
NKLSON L. O. L. No. 1G92 meets ln Fraternity Hall on first and third Friday evenings
uf each month at 8 o'clock. Vlsiilug member
cordially Invited. W. W. Bradley, W. K.
A, Miuty, H. S.	
NKLSON AEItllO No. 22, F. O. K., moots
every second and fourth Wednesdays of oach
month. Visiting mombers oordlally Invit
Charles Prosser. HAnretary.
AdvortUemonts inserted under tin* head a
the rate of one oent a word per lnsortlou. N
advertisement takon for lc.fe thau .1.J cum.
Situation Warned advertisement* Inserted
turoe tlmoH free of charge.
UOUSK   to rent   on Vernon     stroet
Apply Captain T. .). Duncan.
NICELY    Furnished    room   to   ront.
Young lady or gentleman, or gentleman and   wife   preferred.     Apply   al
Miner ollice.
fUBNISBD      ROOMS.���Apply      on
Silica,     Second   door   west     Ward
BOOMS nud BOARD.���Every convenience ;   south east   eorner of   Carbonate und Josephino street.
FOU RENT���Home Temperance hotel,
20 bedrooms, dining room, parlors,
kitchen, all furnished complete ; 875
per month. Apply to A. O. Gamble,
agent, Halior street.
ROOMS TO RENT.���E. W. C. Block- .
Two rooms eu suite on Ward St.,
also rooms facing thc west. On Sep
tember 1, two sirgie rooms and two
or three en eu.te facing Baker st.
Furnishei or unfurnished. Mrs. F.
J. bqu.re, Uoom 11,  K.    VV. C.  Illock.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's Nest
Southern   Ry,      Oood   wages, long
job    Headquarters, Elko,    B.    C. A.
Outhrie & Co.
Are you in want? If you are, tel.
tbe people, through Tlie Miner want
column, what you arc io want of
You'll tret it.
N. Al. Cmumins, Lessee���Kvery nuuwn
variety of soft drinks.   P u Uua *-. Teluphon
No. 31. Hoover street. Nolson,   bottlers ol the
.ainous Sl. Loon Uottiprlngs Mineral Wuter
( \ANE & MACDONALD |H. Cane, Jame
Vy A. Alacdonaldi���Architects and superur
.undents, Brunei, 11.11 Block, corner Buker aud
A iivd SLreeu-, ;-iolsun
l_|    J. EVANS ��. CU.���BaKei* Stleot, Nol
LX.0   son���Wholesale dealers lu liquors, ci*
_arh, ccmont, liro brick and liru clay,  Water
pipe and steel rails, anu guueial eumiuissiu n
obtained in all countries
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
Kootenay Tent No. 7, K. O. T. M,, hold their
regular meetings in Fraternity Hall, I. O. O, K.
block, on tbe 's. and 3rd Thursdays of each
n.onth. Visilinr brothren cordially lnvltod to
attond. G. A. Brown, It. K.; A. P. Purdy, Com.
It. J.Steel.D.S.C.
1st and 3rd Wednesday ovonlngs of
each month at Fraternity hall,
eorner of Bakor and. Kootonay
struct*;.. Visiting brethorn cordially Invited.
Kiiwaru Macleod. Secretary.
Court kootenay, i. o. f., no. si:*.
Mcotings Ith Thursday of month.   Fraternal
hall, J A Irving O K.   P. H. Fleming. H.S
Nelson'Court Star ot  Kootenay, A. 0. F.
Meets  2nd and   4th' Wednesdays in   every
month. Visiting brethren wclcomo. W. Mac-
MUlar C.H    Pnbert McLeod Soe.
NELSON Employment, Agency. Haker
street.    Phone .73.    J. H. Love.
WANTED.���Edgorman.     Iiocmman.
Chambermaid, $M.      Laundress,    $40.
tiirls for housework.      Railroad   men
for Lardo.
Contracts taken   for   Diamond   Core
WANTED,- Waitress,tiirls for Housework.      Men   for     Railroad    work,
men for sawmill, second cook $50   per
month, stone mason.
Western   Employment  Ollice, H. A.
I'rosser,  Phone 270.
Storage���I have a   large   warehouse
for     storing      household    or    other
You shouldn't send out of town for
cards for yourself or your husband
until you see wliat The Miner can do
for you.
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We nre showing this season a full
line of these goods and ROlicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
\     MAO0ONAU)   & Co.-Oon-.fer   Fron
J_J_k._- rtiiii ilrtll SLrool.s-\V'holti_.i��0 grooujf
ami jobbci'ri in bianki-U, gluv'ui, unlit-., UuuUh
.ubboi-H. muekinawb iiml unuerd1 BtwUnOt**
rttUHNd & Cu.-Bakor dlroel", Nolwu-
���    VV.iult*.~*i_!o douLoru in trcnii and cured
.noalb.   Cold Storogo.
VV     -tinker Strout*, Nolson��� Wkuloni-lo dua
���ji.o iu nx-oii ti ud en-el inualri.
blroul, Neluon ��� W'hoicwilo ttsoUUB id
ii.-id.V'U-;, miuoi'tj' t-Upuhua, t-imrUnij goodd
FOUND.���A pair of gold eye   glasses.
Apply to Keduie Cummins, 0, P. B.
Telgrnph otlice.
fBKK   lUllllujr Void   I'roperUen���Wc ore
an via us lo secure a few rrce milling guld
properties ut once. TUc Prespecler's Exchange, Nelsou, tt. ���*, Itonui 4, U.-W.-C.
(.OI.IO SII.VS-.lt I'dS'l-KIt I.F.4W    -line,    and
prospects Mauled. Scud report aud sum
pics to thc I'rwpecler'H Exchange. Neluon
ISC.   Uooiu IK.-4V.-t'. b'oek.
Real Estate, insurance. Money to Loan.
O-Roomllouae, modern, -3[3.r)0
I room Burnt:t Block, $5,00,
5-Roo'm House,  modern, -810.
Several small houses.
For Sale, u good garden plot.
VI XA.C1ILAN -BKOd. iSuece-Wora  to Van
_l.VJL   couver Hardware (Jo, Ltd.;U_Lkei-titruob.
.\cls-m --U ';iui*.;r*i.!u   duillcrd   Hi   lint;) v.i.ru   iuni
miiuiii-; (-ui-iilii).-, pluiuburs' and iiu5inilh_i' auu
VT KLSON   tlARDWAKtt   CO.- Wliolotwlo
JiTl    puiuid, otlu and (fUtBti; meehouicH'  luutn
AgouLd foi Ontario Powder VV'orkH; lynaiuilo
rptJRNKB, HEETON & 0o.���Corner Voiuuu
JL und Jo^ophino btruetu, NelK-ju ��� VV bclo
buio dealci'B in iiquora, ulgart), and Ury go'iild.
A^ento Ior Pab��t BreWinK OO. Of i>lil'.vauRwe
and Caitjary lire wing Cu ol Oalgary.
HUDSON'S BAY Oo.-VVhoie-ialt- Kruourloa
and liquors ole., isakei' SLruDi:*, NoUuQ.
Oiiico corner tiall and trout StrotolU
N-uL<*on���Lumber, coillug, ilouriny, und evory
IUIiik in wood tor bAfldiUg UUrpOWS.   Oet out
priooH.   OoiToripondonco -solieitod.
vU i%t%V And/ ���
rf /MmMai   ^^����fW ^^
Spokane Falls
Nelson $l  Fort
R v
rj-i GALLON ft, I'O.-Deulero in ore Nicks
X . arid twine-i. Aiv��'.iyn *v tai-ka Mtock on
hand. Telephone 21)3. Koom Ul'li.-W.-C Block
Red fountain R'v.
Lrusoe   group of   olalum   near
Hnll Sldin-r, whioh he owns In part
Mfahip with B. Miller and H. VV.
Steelier. The claima were staUod
nlioat two years aRo and this season a
"���in has been unoovercd oarryinK
'nine nice lookin*, ore, wh'.eli assays
." lu guld and is 8 per oent.   coppei.
inoorpoi'iitoil nnd-i;' tho laws of British Columbia,
capital J1,000,000 In 1,000.00. Shares. Par Value J1.00 Each.
All TrciiKiiry Mock.   Ho PromoU-ni' nnil Ho rrt-fcrrril Slack.
Cambourne Oroup. 9 Claims Oyster Qroup, 6 Claims
Lociited in the Free Gold Fish River Camp,   Lardeau Mining Division, British Columbia.
Large Veins.
Free Hilling Gold Ore
iieed not greatly conoern ourselves.
Uathor let us look to ourselves. It IB
the Christ, tlio great licvoaler ol the
fatherhood of Hod, who warns nam
that Sermon on the Mount so generally nppianded in these days, that
"uot every one that saith Lord, Lord
shall enter into the kingdom of
heaven ; tnt he that doeth the will of
my Father which is in heaven."
M M. Austin, a civil war veteran,
of Winchester, Ind., writes: My
wile was sick a long timo In eplte of
scod doctor's treatment, hut was
wholly cured hy Dr. King's New Life
l'i I la, which worked wonders for her
health." They always do, Try thern.
Only 25o at Canada Drug A Book Lo.
n view of the splendid showings of both high and low
o-rade ore and the unrivalled facilities for the economical
developing and working ofthe properties, it is confidently ex-
oected that, not only will the present issue of stock be sold
ciuickly but that no more will be offered at less than par.
Address all inquiries for information, or applications for
stock to
P. O. Box 556, Nelson, B. C. Official Broker.
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 railwajs in Canada or the
U. S.
Close connections made at Spokane for the south, cast   and   west.
Only 10 hours to Seattle and iH
to Vancouver and Victoiia.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points,
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
Wlndorniere A.i-'.' .   OorrenroiuldncdHollUt
��� ,'.-.--,m*:E**\.mom**.wwm.:-**m***o
Leave DAY TKAIN Arrin
0 :0I) a.m Spokane 7 :35 p.n
13:35 p.m Rossland 4 :10 p.m
10:10 a. m Nelson 0:Oo pim
EC, A. JAOKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Waal'
Agent,Nelson. BO
A. R. BARROW, a iiw
Provincial Land Surveyor
Oorner Viotoria am-TKootenay Sts.
P.O. Box 500 Telephone No. a
Kootenay Street, Next Oddfellows' Hall
P. o. Box 633.
If there is anything you requira,at��k
tot it  In    Ii- ���ulu'jun  of tbe Miner.
OARS : : :
in  addition  to  usual  equipment   on
Crows' Nest Section-
Leave  Kootenay  Landing
Tuesday and   Friday   for   St.
Paul via Soo Line.
Friday only for '1 oronto,
Montreal and Boston and intermediate poims on direct
For IhmHi-, tiinetublea,ratea and full
Information apply to.
71. L. Biiown,
Oity Passenger Akbui.
J. 8. Oautkb,
Dim. I'nt-B. Agt
B. J. OoYL.lt
A. ti. P. A.
'������ tilt-toft OAltY tAm* 9U-.J.W, OCTOBSRiO,   .got
Heart    A tlroas  romatitlo iter*
hat a flavor Uut  appeal"
, ,,.i to all aud iu "Hear,  end
���B,,u flout''   Mm,  Hklaner has
..       , produced tuoh a book. The
��*>OUI wonderful  variety   ot   the
lino's adventures can only be ap-
Ii on hcil by a perusal ot the book.
As tho plot,commencing on the border
of Windsor and Detroit shifts to New
Vork, I'ari-, and thu Southern States
th* reader will find exciting reading
tUroughout the whole Btory. This
hook is in our popular 7r,c series, and
is on exchange to members of our
reading club. Have you joined it
yet? If not, vie will be ploased to
have you do so, we are burs that the
���ervlee we can give you will please
On Tnnrsday, October 17th, a
daughter was born to tbe wife of Dr.
K. 10. Morrison.
Owing to the difficulty of getting
the Maxim giro out to the rifle ranges
the practice yesterday was  postponed.
At St. John, N. B., at the residenoe
of her father, Chief Justice Tuck, a
daughter was born to Mrs. Freeman
Lake on Friday.
Staff Captain Taylor, of tbe Salvation Army, will return on Monday
from Fernie and will hold a special
public meeting at tbe Barracks on
that evening.
VV. H. liul look-Webster and Provincial Constable Young leave for Green-
-irood tomorrow morning taking
Slim Hogan and 8. L. Olencrosa with
them for trial at tbe assizes.
Information was laid against two
Chinamen yesterday for violating tbe
city ordinance relating to carrying
slops in open buckets. Their case will
probably come up on Monday at tbe
police oourt.
Salvation Army services for today:
Knee drill at 7 a.m., holiness meeting
at 111 a.m., Sunday School at 11 a. ").,
free and easy at 3 p. in., and evening
meeting at 7.30. The Salvation Army
hand -will be in attendance at afternoon and evening meetings.
Thc Nelson Checker Sc Chess olub
"Will meet tomorrow evening over
Wallace Sc Miller's store to eleot
officers and arrange for the season's
games The club had a very successful season last year when about
twenty members took part in the
toiirnamonta, and It ia expected tbat
this winter will also afford a good
series of games.
Mrs. Kempling wishes to announce
that the.has disposed of her dreasmak-
ing business to the Misses Illythe,
late of Toronto. They come well
��� "commended and would be pleased to
meet Mrs. Kempluig's late customers,
na well as new ones. Mrs. Kempling
wishes to thank the ladies of Nelson
for the patronage tbey have given her
during the Ini-t few years and hope
tnat they will give thcMisces Blythe a
trial. The .Misses Blythe are oeonpy-
iug Mrs. Kemplisg'g old quarters on
llaker street.
Results in Ohaege of Diet Are Wonderful*
"Hood food, properly selected, will,
iu my opinion, cure almost any ordinary disease. I want to tell you my
experience and of my recovery by the
selection of tlie proper diet. I am a
business woman, very closely couflned
indoors, with considerable care and
anxiety. Some time ago 1 had a
Severe oase of the grippe and after
recovering from it, had a serious lime
following, as many people do.
I waa unable to get well until i
changed my diet. leaving off Mocha
and Java ooffee and using the Postnm
Food Coffee io its plaee, and taking
up lirape-Nuts breakfast food. This
winter 1 have given both a fair and
continued trial and the results aie
superb. 1 am lestored to perfect
health and stiungtb,and as you claim.
I have a 'reserve force' bodily and
mentally, that carries me through
many hard plaoes.
1 cannot praise the food too much,
for it will, if used steadily, euro all
disturbances of the system caused by
thc congestions la grippe Is answerable for. A dish tbat contains the
most powerful rebuilding elements,
can be made as follows: Hot milk
brought to a boil, break in two fresh
eggs aud as Boon as the eggs set,
pour the boiling milk and egg* over
somo Orape-Nuts in a soup dish No
breakfast if meat call be so good.
1 use Urape-Nuts in tills way every
morning and have no sense of lack of
food all day. I have kept well and
remarkably free from cold all winter,
which I attribute to a fine oondition
of health, brought itbout by tbe nte of
the famous food anu of Postnm Food
C'oftce.' (Urape-Nuts are perfectly
cooked at factory and are usually
served oold, witb a little cream or
milk.) Mr. C. H. Woodward. 34
Urenada Ht., St. Augustine. FU.
A gang ol bridge otrpenttr* tr* It
work repairing tbe trestles on the
Nelson a Fort sheppard railway
working Hum Five.Mile point southward.
Strangers in the oity snd the public
generally are invited to the baptist
ohurch services today at 11 a. m.,
and 7.30 p. m., also Pa6tor's Bible
class at 3.45 p. m.
A largo number of Nelsonites are
now oamping at the foot of the lake,
duck hunting. The weather has been
too bright and clear all week for
many large hags to be made, although
some of thc parties report having
met with fBir success.
The Cascade Water, Power & Light
company has entered Into a oontract
with II. E. Croasdaile, agent for the
Dominion Wire Manufacturing company, for the delivery of 1115,000
pounds of copper wire. This will be
used almost entirely 10 convey power
to the Phoenix mining camp and is
evidence of the substantial character
of the mining resources of that
B. S. Jenkins, general superintendent ol the C. P. Telegraph oompany
with office at Winnipeg went to Slocan yesterday to meet Jas. Wilson,
superinttnent at Vancouver, and both
will spend Sunday at Nelson. They
with Harry Mclntyre, inspector of
lines south of Revelstoke, will visit
the chief offices of tlie company iu
Kootenay. Mr. Jenkins has received
the gratifying promotion from a district superintendent to a general
superintendency. Mr. Wilson is one
of the pioneer operators of the
province and his many friends will
be pleased to know tbat bis health
has been much improved by recent
residenoe in Southern California.
Ralph Hair* 1, of San Francisco,
was in yesterday.
W. Wadds, postmaster at Rossland
was in Nelson yesterday.
J. A. Lowden, representing the
Knechtel Furniture company, who has
been doing business in Nelson left
yeterdav morning for Spokane.
W. Richardson, one of the proprietors of the Balmoral hotel at
Sandon, who was in Nelson for a few
days tbis w*elc left yesterday tor
Mr. Justice Irving and Deputy
Attorney-Ueneral McLean left for
Greenwood yesterday rooming to take
the sittings of the oourt of assizes that
will commence next week.
H. Bichaidson, secretary of the
London Sc Riohelieu Mining oompany, went up to tho Sliver Hill
mines yesterday and while theie will
enjoy a few days' shooting.
I'liair. ���Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Mon-
.-.arat, Montreal; air. and Mrs. W. D.
Mnnro, Houghton, Mich. ; Mis. YVhal-
ley, Rossland; F. J. Holman, Spo-
kare; H.Roy, Rossland j F. O. Williams and son, Spokano; H. Richardson, Rossland; R. Harron, San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. Bond, Montreal;
H. I. Ceperley, Vancouver; E. IJ.
Sanders, L. S. Austin, F. P. Ilngau,
Spokane; II. U. Hope, Birmingham,
Eng.; S. W. Ray, Port Arthur, Ont.;
J. Wilson, Vancovci; C.B. Armstrong,
Flume���,1. R. (lifTord, Hall Mines;
II. L. McCain*, Kaslo; J. U. McLean,
Seattle; W. C. Perry, L. II. Christie,
Winnipeg; H. Maollill. Vancovure;
II. 0. Macdonald and wife, Grand
Forks; T. II. Baker, B. Andrews.
Liverpool; W. N. llrayton, Kaslo; W.
N. Fronk, Girard, fa.; P. V. Lath,
Queens���R. A. Williams, St Louis;
A. C. Ilempsey, II. McKay, Kossland;
O. B. Appleton, Eight-Mile; J. A.
Nettarfield, Referendum mine; W.
MacAdams, Sindou ; A. A. Buchanan,
W. li. Ilodd,  Ymir.
Granrt.Central���J. W. Fuller, Kim
bcrley ; Mrs. Keysinith, Sa���don ; K.
II. Outwater, V. llogarty, Ymir; U.
E. Douglas, Silver King; II. S
Donald, llall Siding.
D. McMillan, late of Sandon, who
was in Nelson attending the session of
the Supreme court leit yesterday for
llishy, Arizona, and thenco to some
copper properties In whioh he is interested just across the line in old Mexico. MnMi'laii brought some handsome specimens of the ore that is
found 00 his claims to Nelson and the
samples have attracted much favor-
ublH comment from all those who
have been them. They consist of a
couple of pieces of pure native copper
and sonic pieces of malachite, azurite
and lu/uli, tbe latter of which is a
mineral used by the natives of tbe
country where it is found, for making
earrings and other ornaments. The
ore is of wonderful richness, it all
being perfectly free from impurities.
Mr. McMillan stated that the mines
where it ia found nre of great richness but have been hitherto inaccessible, but that a railway line has
been surveyed aud will be built at
once that will give driect communication with civilization. The mines
were all worked by the Aztecs, hundreds of years ago, the old workings
still being in good preservation.
tbii eity of th* dellolouily funny
comedy, ' A Wit* Women, "will un-
doubiediy awtkin ft'great deal of Interest among our tbreatregoere, at not
only bave ihe three prlnolpala of the
company, Ethel Balcb, Marie Lamonr
and FredericMurphy.aspIendld metropolitan reputation, but tba oompany
surrounding tbem is one of exceptional merit. The comedy haa a London record of 23H nights at the Strand
Tbreatre to enormous business. The
engagements here will take place at
the Nelson Opera Bouse, Monday,
October 21st, and will undoubtedly
draw a large and fashionable
Mrs. D. B. Murray will bold ber
students' recital on the evening of
October thb tSra for pupils in plann
and voice. By reason of its fine
acoustic properties the Congregational
church haa been secured for tne purposo of the recital. An excellent
programme will be rendered from the
beat composers.      Doors   open at   7.30
Srogramrne to   begin   at   8.IB   shaip.
o reserved seats.
Pougbkeeaeie,  N. Y., Oct.  in.���The
summer  homo  of   J.   S.   Hnyler,   ot
Nev��   York,   on the  east bank of  the
Hud-jon, one mile   from   Hyde  Park
was destroyed by Are   tbis   afternoon.
The Are is believed to have been started from a blow lamp in use by   paint
ers   at   work on   the   outside   of  the
house       The   Hydo Park Are depart
ment saved a   good deal of tbe furni
ture.   The loss is estimated at |3,800
insurance not known.
Macon, Ga., Oct. 19.���-A freight
train collided with a passenger train
on tbe Southwestern railway tonight
at Wise, Ga., and ten of tbe crew and
passengers from Montgomery ana else
where along tbe Hue were seriously
Providence, R. I , Oet. 19.���Allx,
the famous trotting mare, whose
record of 2:03?i was not equalled
until last year, was obloroformed
today at the farm of ber owner,
former Mayor Sales of tbis oity. The
mare was strloken witb paralysis
about a month ago and to save her
from a lingering death the was
humanely killed tbla afternoon.
Copenhagen, Oei, 19, ���Tletjan, the
noted financier le dead. He started
many banks, railways and industrial
companies, among them being the
United Steamship company, and the
Northern Telegraph oompany, whose
lines extend aorosa Asia.
Copper���London, small demand, spot
��03. 17a. 0d., 8s. Od. up; futures. ��02.
13s. fld.; New York, quiet lake ilO.85
to 817; easting .111.117,'' to .1(3.1,:.%
Lead���London ��11.7a. Od.; New York,
84.37J*;, unchanged.
Silver���London, _ll*J_d;Now York,
Jewels, candy, flqweis, man- tbat le
the order of a woman'a preferences,
Jewels form a magnet of mighty
powei lo tbe average woman. Even
that greatest of all jewels, health, la
often ruined in the strenuous efforts
to make ur save the money to purchase them. If a woman will risk her
health to get a coveted gem, then let
her fortify herself against tha Insidious oonseqnenoea of coughs, eolds aud
bronchial affections by the regular
use of Dr. Boschee'a German Syrup.
It will promptly arrest consumption
its early stages and heal the affected
lungs nud bronchial tubes* and drive
the dread disease from the aystem. It
is not a nine all, but it is a certain
'jure for coughs, colds and all bronchial troubles. You can get Di.' G.
D. Green's reliable remedies at W
F. Teetzel & Co. Get Green's Special
Corpoiation of the Oity of
Notice to Municipal Voters*
The   f'lrtbcimlng   engagement     In
Notice is hereby given that under
the provision of the ''Municipal Election Acl," the following aie entitled
to vote for Mayor nnd Aldermen at
City Municipal Elections,  viz.:
Any male or female, being a British
subject of the full age of twonty-one
years, who has paid on or before tho
First Day of November all Municipal
Rates, Taxes, Assessments, and
License Fees
payable by him or her, and
"Who is the assessed owner of lands
or of improvements or the assessed
occupier of lands within tho Municipality, or
"Who is a resldont of and carries
on business, and is the holder of a
traders' license in thcMunicipality.or
'Who is a houseboldor within the
Householders are required on 01
before the first dny of December to
enter with the undersigned, their
names as a voter, and to deliver at
the same time a statutory declaration
in the form provided by the statute
Citv Clerk.
Nelson. B. C, October 18th, 1901.
Fiist time in No!son of the
deliciously funny Comedy
iu thi-ec  acts
"A Wise Woman"
"Zbc 1Rov>al Bank of Canafra"
Incorporated i86p.  .;
su,oou,(ioo.oo I Capital PaM-a*.
Capital An-har-ieO,    .    ���   D3.oee.-MO.eeI Capital raM-a*.    ���   i   .    ���_.___,��,_���
BM' ���l.Iw.aoI'JJ
Board of Directors     rhoruas E. Kenny, Pros-den.-,  Thomas Rltohls, Vloa-PnaMJ.
Wiley Smith  H. Q. Bauld, Hon. David MaoKeea. ���wsasai.
���lead Oflice, Halifax:
Oeneral Manager, Edson L. Pease Montreal.
Superintendent of Bronohea. and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Halifax.
Branches I
Nova   Seolla-Halllox   Branch,   Antlgonl��l
Bridgowalcr, (iuyaboro. Londonderry, Lu
onbiir--,. Maitland (Hauls Co.), Pictou, Port
Hawkesbary, Spduey. Bhubonaoadle.Truro,
New    Urunsvrlck ��� Bathuret,     Dorchoster,
Frodorlcton, Kingston iKont Co.), Moncton, Newoeatlo, Baokvlllo, St, Join,, Woodstock*
I*. K. Inland -Charlottetown, Huuiliiomido.
���"���vrtrmij& ��_ss__ A-a?
OuUrlo-Ottawa. ���t'
Newroaadlaa4���St. John's.
Cuba, Weat ladles���Eavana.
B"_top_j_ifiw__fi:York (16 techM�� p,����
Furfcs, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vancouver
Vanconver East End, Victoria.
Correspondent* i
C_in_i.ln���Merchant* Hank of Canada.   Boston -N-.UonM Shawmnt Bank.   Chlrruen   lllfitri
Trust and Savings Dnnk.   tf._u F_*anclitro-Klr_iL National Bank.   Loudon,   Kniv-Uank  ir
Kraacr-('r''i]ii  I.yuniiiviH.    Itcrmuda-Dnnk of Borinucla.   Cblna and j��.
Scotland.   Parlii,
paa���Hong1 Komi* and Bhatiijhal Ba
lnr. Corporation,    Spokane���Old National JUnk"'
lleneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills ol Exchange   tteurh
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the moat favorable terms.   Interest allowed ou ipecial
deposits ami on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
YJ#��?'-- li_;_."'_S_*-iSaa-__-%VA'
Marie Lamour,
Ethel Balch,
.Frederic Murphy
and   a  Competent   Cast.
PRICES:   30.  75  AND  $1.00
fi. H. PtAYFORD |
I        & GO.
j  Cigars.- ,
| Phone 117 I
Is   lame    or    intei feres
bring him   to the   City
Horseshoeing* Shop, Jo
sephine Street
Shares in tbe above Company can be
bought for 35 cents now.
Kusb in your orders as there is
every prospect ot another advance iu
the near future.
Brewers of Pine La*-*er
Beer aud Poi Uir.
W-l��nn   *R. O
Be  sure and get the genuine   BENNETT'S I1UTTA PERCH A FUSE, not
something that looks   like   it.      aw-
rence Hardware Co., AgerJ
BufTorod From Aathma for Twolvo Team The
C, H. It. Uootor I'reacribod l'larko'�� Kola
Compound.   Was Curod with Two Bottles.
r���M,r*,N- "* I,?ura.'.ti- ''��� R ���a��ln_-r, Western
Division .wrluwi -I have suffered fromanthina
In a moHt dl*,treH>ln*r form for twolvo roam,
and nover nuooooded In mttlng anjtlilnij to
holp mu poriiianontlir. until the C. 1��. H, doutor
pniHorlbed Clarko's K-la Compound for mo ln
Iloccinbcr, 1SB7, whim two bottl��� eittlroly
ourod mc; at loimt I havo net Hlnce had anv r��
turn of aHlhiua."
I'larkii'*! Kola Compound Ih tho only norma
- ���**"   ' "���      Hoe that ww B<s,
or by tlio llrlfIII!ih
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Moiiireal
Allan Lino Amtrullan ..,     Od ��',
Allan Lino Protorlan      . \o--' J
Allau Lino Tlliilolau      Nov'  7
Boovor Line lAke Obannlain........,.,Oot.U
Beavor Lino Uko Mogantlo        No.   i
Boovor Lino Lako almcoo  ���...Nov! 8
Krom 1'orl.luiid, Mo.
Doml ilon Lino Oanibroman     Oct al
Dourlulou Uno   Vanoouvur .Nov. 8
Ounard Lino  Ktrnrl. f""" ***<&&
Cunard Lino Campania '.".'.'..'."' Nov   j
WhtoHiar Une ivllh*       Oci'lf"
Wh to Star Ltno Toutonlo "."Oct 2*i
White Star Line Ueriuanla  .OolS
American Line Philadelphia,.. ' iletn
American Lino St.   Haul.,.  , ..     'oStffl
Anohor Lino Anohorla         "   ont��
Anchor Lino Kiirneasla          k, ���*  i
N. O. L. Kaiser vviiliolm dur Orosso..'' Oct H
French Lino L'Aqultalna         Oot 21
Fronch Lino La Champagne      'nol Hi
UamburKAmorioan lliiotHcliland., .    . Oot Sl
Allan HUM* Line Lauronlian.......... "OotljO
-     , ,     _, FiomBiMbon
Dominion Una Commonwealth   oot 2a
Dominion Lino Now England     .     NovT X
Ounard UnoSnxonia.." !.i!i Nov.  2
Furthor MUUn***- for Iho abovo linos nlsn
Fronoh. Ho. Htar. Holland-Amorlcan H. A I?
Ca, N. O. Lloyd on application, ��������*��������*
J. 8. CARTKlt. tftM&of**1** ��""������
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up   Capital,   .8,000,000;    Reserve   Fund,   12,000,000;
Aggregate Resources Over 805,000,000.
HON. GI-O. A. COX, President.      B. E. WALKER, Oeneral Manager.
London Office: 6o Lombard Street, B. C.
New York OHlce; 16 Richange Placo.
And 08 bmnchod in Canada and the Unitod States, Including i
unman Columbia
Atlin Greenwood Nbuon Bandon
ritANiiiiooa        Kahloopb Naw Westminster   Vancouver!
Fernib Nanaimo Rossland Viotouia
YUKON DISTHICT-Dawbon and Wbite Horse.
UNITKD HTATKS-Nkw York, San Fkanoiboo, Huttui. Pobtland, Skaqwav,
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Received and Interest Allowed.   Present Bate I Per Cent
Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
Special Features of the
Florence   Hot   Blast
Our New Idea Deflector Fire Pot greatly increases the heating capacity of the stove, and in connection with the deflector^ring forces the
heat to the floor. The base is hot, the floor being warmer than wUli a
base burner.
The Hot Blast Attachment takes in the cold air through a duct at the
rear of the fire pot, the heated air being discharged in a circle at the top
of fire pot, over fire, thus consuming all the gases and products of combustion. It can be operated in connection with the front draft door, or
independently, by a screw register in the rear of base, insuring complele
control of the stove with nearly perfect combustion.
The large Hot Air Circulating Flue on the back takes the cold air from
the floor and ejects it. .ntensely heated, through the top ^adrtng greatly
to the heating capacity.
Where the stove is operated according to directions"we guarantee it to
consume all the gas contained in soft coal, thus deriving the benefit of
all the heat in the fuel consumed, causing a truly remarkable saving of
fuel over any other stove on the market. The stove will hold fire from
24 to 48 hours without attention.
��n1.<.T-.S1wTCrrTIit?d and  CoPP-31, Mil**es wanted at the EXCHANGE.
vams  MILLING  GOLD  properties  wanted at onee tor Eastern
Parties haying mining property for sale are requested to send
samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE tor exhibition?
We desire to hear from prospectors who have promlsinif mineral
claims In Hritish Columbia.
fiiA^P.T.f0*1'8,'"1'-1  mini"S  n-.en   are requested   to make  the  EX-
WlANl.ft their headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples should he sent by express, PREPAID. i
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to ���
-    TelophoneNo. 104.   P. a Box 700. NELSON. B 0.   >
'*****vv*****'**-'*'-**>'**-**'**'*v--*/-^^ I
,,........, �����,,.,�� uniiptMN ,_ u,u uniF permanent euro for aallima. S��a that vmi ael
Clarke's. Hold liy drugiriHta or Inr U10 O "~
tc Maci-hoinun Co., Uailtad. Toronto.
rormtlebrl.P. V��   *
B. O. OREBK        V. a CLEMENT**
Civil Engineer* and Pro   adal Und
P. O. Boa Mt N    0Bi B c
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
����^w*).m _a_��
Branoh Markets in Rossland, Trail, Neluon, Kaslo
Bandon. Three Forks, New Denver and Slooan City.
Order* by mall to a*-, branch will have careful ���___ orenwt .ttenUo-u
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVE3.   Manager.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Strhet, Nklson.
Oiders by nail receive careful and prompt attention


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