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Provincial Libr��rv _31 oo :
"rjily Edition No. 1198
Nelson,   British Columbia, Friday,   November 22, 1901
Eleventh Year
APRO-BOER
IN TROUBLE
Dr,  Harbottle  Shoots   the
Leader of His Persecutors.
Rev. Dr. Wild  Appears
Defendant ln a Civil
Suit.
as
Bn,r<m], Ont.,Ncv. 21.--H. Stewart
*ns shot in the head by T)yHarbottle
yesterday but the wound WBB not coopered serious. Dr. Harbottle was
plat,.il under arrest and removed to
llrantford where he will have to stand
trial ou the charge of altempt so -do
bodily harm". The "shqatiug "'���* tnc
outcome uf annoyance Dr, Tiarbottlo
haa been subjected to ^"BOme time
owing tn Ins openly expressed sympathy with the Boerst* Be legarded
Stewart us ringleader.   \    _^ y_.i_"_
DR. WILD IN COURT.
tliimiltoii,   Nov. 21.���In High court
yesterday Kev. Dr. Jos. WUt^jjoruicr-
, ly  pastor  of   Bond   street Ooagrcga-
: tionnl church, Toronto, and^liiiCpf the
..test known preachers and- JMlHefS JU
..Canada,  was   sued by his late   wife's
sister,Miss Nina Hixon,  tor iii.50py.on
a   promissory   note  also   fcrv^SH.Vd
wages nnil   $100 damages Ior ��� allejtjd
breach Of contract.     The   aelioil-was
~.v*r
dismissed    by    Judge   llritton   witb
COBtS.
CONTINGENT CERTAIN.
Militia Propnrrftg to Outfit OOO Men
r,......���   For Soi.rth Africa.
Ottawa, Nov.21.���It is the generally
accepted opinion here that a contingent will be sent to South Africa with
Col. T. 11. D. Evans In command. The
militia department is preparing to
ontlit 1500 men. Most of the men will
eome from the west and those who
have already seen service will get the
preference. Major Merritt, who made
tlio offer to recruit a force some time
ago was hero today. It is likely he
will recoive a subordinate command.
The stores branch of the militia department is ready to equip tho new
contingent for South Africa inside of
time weeks or a month. The reply
from the imperial authorities to Lord
Minto's message regarding arrangements will not bo rooeived before
Saturday,
NO CANADIAN RAILWAY ORDER.
Ottawa, Nov. 21.���It is announced
that the international order of Rail-
nay Conductors will have a paid representative in Ottawa at next ses��ion
of parliament to watch legislation
affairs affecting the interests of railway men. The proposod_ Canadian
order of railwaymen was not formed
yesterday as_,was( expeoted. The
meeting wns slim'ly attended and the
olTeeis of tho present international
railway orders discouraged the formation of the new order. Thc meeting
was adjourned sine die.
SMOTHERED BY BARLEY.
Toronto, Nov. 21.���Thomas Allen, a
laborer, was smothered to death in
the grain bin in Sylvester's grain elevator on the water front last night
Allen was tending the bin from whioh
Hie chute led and fell asleap on a
heap of barley. The chuto below was
opened, Ms legs oanght In tho suotlon
of falling grain and 1,500 bushels of
barley foil on him. Ho was 55 years
old.
JOINT SBll'MENTS ST )PPED.
After Dee. 31st Snippers Cannot Combine to Make Carload,
Montreal, Nov. 21.���C. P. R. and
Orand Trunk today issued circulars
notifying shippers to the Pacific coast
that after Decemoer Hist next, practice of allowing two or more shippers
to make shipments in one car so as to
r-ecure carload rates, will be discontinued. Rule No. 2, Canadian Joint
Freight classification and No. 0 Western olassitiatiou   arc to he enforced.
HORSEMENJHUTINED.
Montreal, Nov. 21.���Advices reoeived
here today from South Africa slate
that a mutiny occurred among the
horsemen on board tlio Allan lino
steamer Sicilian which sailed from
this port on October 13th for South
Africa with a cargo of horses for the
British army. The officers of the ship
quelled the mutiny aud several of the
leaders were placed in 'rona and
handed over to the military authorities at Cape Town, jjf
SUICIDE OFsA MTNER'b WIF^
Wnn'ipeg, Nos.- 21.���Mrs. Erfaest
McCabe, wife,oTone of the mine foremen here, jcprij,mittcd suicide Hist
night by taking carbolio acid. Medical aid was at once ^figured but without avail. ^ Despondency ovei family
trinbles is NiipposooT.tobe the cause.
Au inquest will bo held.
SLAVERY T�� CONTINUE.
Berlin, vNov. 'il.VTne colonial
oouncil in session today decided that
while tbe emancipation of the children ol slaves might be practicable iu
Togoland and the Cameroons, the time
hftd not arrived to declare them free
in (lerman East Africa.
CIRCUS QUARTERS BURNED.
Peru, Ind., Nov. 2.���The winter
quarters of Wallace's show where the
animn's are kept, were burned t'oday.
The fire started in the elephant
houso, a barn-like structure, and
spread rapidly. The animals were all
safely removed, but tbe entire structure was destroyed.
Toronto, Nov. 21.���Eight carloads
of cittlt selected by G. H. Hadwin,
secretary of the B. C. Dairymen's association in Ontario, were shipped
west today.   They cost $4,700.
POLITICIAN DEAD.
Yarmouth,   N.   S.,   Nov. 21.���Bon.
W.   Law,   a   member of  legislative
oouncil for Yarmouth country, died at
noon today.
FOUND DEAD.IN A BARN.
Alexandria, Nov. 21.���Dougald
Cameron, aged -J5 years, was fbund
dead in his father's barn at noou yos-
lerday, The cause of death is nu-
Known,   An inquest will be held.
lockjaw after* vaccination.
St. John, N. B., Nov. 21.���Thc six-
year-old daughter of Osoar Causton, a
Inter carrier, died last night from
loch jaw fol'owing vaoclnation.
AN OLD FIRM FAILS.
Hamilton, Nov. 21.���Tho old established furniture firm of John HoodloBS
& Hon hns assigned. The laibllitles
nie estimated st about ��3B,0(��0 and the
""sets at $50,000. The firm, was
established in 1H50.
LIGHT AND STREET RAILWAY.
Board of Trade and No Quorum But
Members Exchange Ideas.
A meeting of tho Board of Trade
was called for last evening, it being
tbe date for the regular monthly meeting. Tho committee on the differences
between the wholesale and retail
branches of the grocery trade were to
havo made their report, but as only
seven members were present,thc president doolarcd that there not being a
quorum no meeting could be held. An
Informal discussion of thc proposed
action of thc Tramway company in
temporarily oloslng down followed.
It was stated by one of the members
that as by the terms of her charter
the company wero entitled to closa
down for two months, that thoy were
probably slopping during two of the
worst months ot the year, December
and Jaruary.
The question of tho city's lighting
during the coming winter was also
dismissed. It was pointed out that on
Baker street where a year ago nearly
all wero using the electric light now
only a small'percentage had ietined
It, the balance using gas. The general opinion seemed to be that a bettor bargain should have been made by
the eity than was outlined ln the bylaw. Ono member stated that the
minimum sent ion in tho bylaw had
not meant as much us lt would appear
ns tho present city plant would not
permit of more than 150 auxiliary
horse power being used, and that even
.during the low water months now so
nearly here that if the city's power
; gave out ontirely it wonlil.be impossible to have reached Iho 200 as it
would take over twe months to put in
tho transformers. All were uf the
I opinion that if something was not
��� done at once to provide for the emer-
gfinecs of the winter that the outlook
waa indood a bad one for those who
' were not in a position to put ln  other
PROTECTING
THE ISTHMUS
The Battleship Iowa to Land
Marines   If  Necessary.
Reports That Insurgent Leaders Have Been Captured.
Colon, Nov. 21.���Thc government
at Panama Is "still busy erecting
bieastworlis in the vicinty of the railway property, in the direction of
which the Liberal attack is expected.
Tho mayor of Panama started in a
launch belonging to the canal company yesterday morning to report the
state of affairs to General Alban.
Since the mayor's return to Panama,
it has been rumored that he found the
general at Chovrera and he had decided to take his force back to Panama by land and reinforce the garrison
there. Cortain sources of information
have it that the canal company's
largest launch was loaned to the government last Sunday to convey General Alban aud troops toward Chorrera
and was sunk Tuesday near Tobago.
Tbe political prisoners at Panama
have been removed from tbeir usual
prison to a safcr_plnee of (lonfiiiemcnt
at the farther end  of Panama.
United States Consul Ilenekiab
Cndger, Capt. Perry, of the U. S. battleship Iowa, and thc secretaries of
the government held a conference at
Panama yesterday. The last named
averred that the conductors of the
train should not have allowed armed
Liberals to embark on the train at Las
Cascades. Capt. Perry replied that
the government should protect free
transit on the Isthmus and ought to
have prevented the embarkation of the
Liberals. Subsequently a letter was
sent to the Columbian authorities by
American officials with reference to
future action. It is now improbable
that tne Iowa will shortly land a
force to protect transit.
New York, Nov. 21.���Gen. Beigo de
Castra, of Colombia, who arrived here
two days age on the steamship Alleghany from Savamllo, held a long
conference today with Artura de Bri-
gard, consul-general of Colombia.
Neither would discuss the situation at
Colon for publication.
Gen. de Castra is to secure arms and
other munitions of war for his government and to prevent, if possible, the
shipment of munitions of war to the
insurgents.
Gonzales Esteves, consul-general of
Venezuela at New York, reoeived the
following cablegram today from
Torres Cardenas, general secretary of
tho republic: The revolution, headed
by Gen. Malos, which was ready to
break out bus been crashed and its
leaders are in jail. The country
enjoys peace. The oablegram was
sent from Caraccas,
THE NEWS AT WASHINGTON.
Two Additional Vessels For the Isthmus���Anxious About Chorrera.
Washington, Nov. 21.���Save for two
reassuring dispatohes from Consul
General Cudger at Panama and Capt.
Perry of the battleship Iowa lying off
that port, neither tbe state nor navy
departments received any advioes concerning the situation on the Isthmus.
Great Interest is folt in official circles
hero as to the outcome of the Chorrera
expedition, for it ii realised that the
result of tho engagement at that
point will be decisive in giving the
Conservative or Liberal element control of the lEthmus. Secretary Long
has not sent any additional instructions to comuiandors of the Iowa and
thc Machias believing tbat too full
Instructions sometimes hamper insteud
of facilitate in such a situation as
now exists on the Isthmus preferiing
to trust to the officers own judgment
in suiting tbeir actions to thc prune
purposes of keeping trallle free and
American Interests full protected. In
a few days the gunboat Concord will
have reached Panama to relieve the
Iowa and the Marietta on the Atlantic
side will be at Colon to take the
place of the Machias. However if the
present situation continues all four of
these vessels will be held un the
Isthmus pending further deelopnents.
FENIANISM
IN THE YUKON
Details of Attempt to Seize
Dawson  City   and
Mines.
Plot Discovered and Papers
Under   Seizure   at
Skagway.
KINGMAKERS
AT VICTORIA
(SPECIAL, TO THE Ml*Kit.)
Vancouver, Nov. 21.���An official of
the Canadian government in the
Yukon who arrived on tbe Amur is on
bis way to Ottawa to placo before the
government the facts regarding the
alleged Fenian conspiracy in tbe
Yukon. The Miner corrcsponnedt in
the course of a conversation secured
tbe following statement.
The Canadian government is ln possession of the names of the ringleaders of the conspiracy, they have not
been an Bated but can be ai any time.
It would be unwise to disclose tnese
names to newspapers. Tbe conspirators wore American Fenians and pro-
Boer sympathisers. The Canadian
government has been watching developments for some time, having
knowledge of every move made by the
conspirators through its secret service officers. When it was thought
tbat matters had gone far enough,
and it was learned that an attempt
was made to get in 200 Fenians and
pro-Boers from Seattle, the papers of
the gang were seized at Skagway by
the Canadian officials. The American
authorities, howover, refused to give
them up, as they were seized in American country but the safe oontaining
tbe papers has been sealed and is retained ln possession of thc American
officials, until matters nan be adjusted befween the two governments.
The papers disclose the whole plot.
The details will only be disclosed to
the government, but generally speaking the idea was to seize the banks,
secure the money and gold on deposit
and take possession of Dawson and
tbe mines. It was not intended to try
to hold the Yukon more than three
weeks. It was believed that for that
time owing to British troops having
to pass through Unitod States territory to get to thn Yukon that the
oonspirators would not be interrupted.
There seems to have been a hazy
idea that at tha end of three weeks
the pro-Boer Fenians would disband
and escape to the United States and
send tbe money Btolen from Yukon to
the Boers to help the war in South
Africa. Owing to the intense hatred
among a certain class of United States
citizens against anything British in
Yukon.it is believed that trouble may
crop up again of a similar nature an
some means are being devised to
endeavor to stamp out Fenianism in
tbe Yukon for all time.
WAR EAGLE WATER CASE.
Railway's Rights Upheld���Col.   Prior
Denies Intention of Resigning.
(SPECIAL TO TUB MINER.)
Vancouver, Nov. 21.���In the full
court today Mr. Justice Drake dismissed with costs tbo appeal in the
case of the Ceutro Star Mining company,plaintiffs, appellants, vs. llritish
Columbia Southern Railway company,
defendants, respondents. The Centre
Star oompany and the War Eagle
company joined in an application for
water to bu taken from Murphy oreek.
The B. O. Southern railway made a
subsequent application for water from
Murphy creek, and opposed tho application of thc mining companies on
thc ground that tho law did not contemplate, a joint application by *.wo
Independent companies whose properties were not near each other and tho
application did not state where this
water was to be used. The judge who
heard the appeal from Water Commissioner Klrkup, who refused to
grant the rights asked for, referred
the matter back to Mr. Kirkup.
Mr. Justice. Drake said tbat It was
not disputed lhat necessary notices
were duly givon and the application
was lor more than the law allows und
the applicant speeilies things fn hjs
notice, not mentioned in Ihe aot.
These things will not render thc ap
plication void. The commissioner
nets as a judicial offcor when he considers all surrounding circumstances.
He   has   to  exercise  his discretion.
MINSTERS VS. COMMANDERS.
Up
pose
If there arc more persons in the application than thc law provides for, or if
some of the uses to which the water is
to be put are not in bis opinion correct, he has power to make the record
omitting these matters. The intention   of   tho   act is that any   number t
of mine owners may apply, or owners I Politicians     MSKe
of   a group of mines  under contiol of,
one company or partnership   may join j
an   application,   but   not  several
owners   separate   and   distinct mines
with no proprietary connections.   Thc
applicants in the present   case should
be allowed to elect for  which mine or
group of'mincs under one management
they   desire   the   water, and the place
where the water is to  be used should
be defined.
Col. Prior who was iu Vancouver
today, denied to the press that he had
beon asked to fill a cabinet position
and also denied that he had any intention of resigning bis seat in the
Dominion house to enter piovinciul
politics.
and   De-
Cablnets   at
Will.
Plan  a General Shuffle of
Representative Positions.
Military   Officers   Refuse to Give
Control of Tien Tain.
Pekin, Nov. 21.���The miltiary government established over the native
city of Tien Tsin continues in effect,
the military commanders refusing to
yield the collection of taxes to the
Chinese. They also decline to submit
tlie question of their oontrol of the
native city to the ministers of the
foreign powers here, holding thnt con-
tinuance of the mititury government
there is vital to the maintenance of
communication between Pekin and
Taku.
The ministers apparently regard the
question as within their jurisdiction
and some of them are of tlie opinion
that is H impossible under the terms
of the protocol, for forigners to continue to govern Tien Tsin.
Corea has secures the premises in
Pekin long occupied by the United
States legation and will take possession thereof at the expiration of the
American lease next spring.
Hong Kong, Nov. 21.���The rumored
death of Tao Mn, viceroy of Kwang
Tung and Kwang Si, is denied. It is
now said the viceroy has resigned
owing to the Empress of China's having refused to allow him to grant a
concession for Bonan Island, opposite
Canton, to certain foreigners, presumably on application made by the
American, German, French and Japanese consuls. The count telegraphing the viceroy in reply to his request
to grant this concession said : Defend
the boundaries, those are your orders.
TIRED OF DELAY.
Mr. Diokinson Will Give Up Negotiations With Bigands.
Sofia, Nov. 21.���Mr. Diokinson, the
diplomatic agent here, of the U. 8.
will leave on Friday or Saturday of
next week for Constantinople. There
ia obviously no prospect of a settlement with Miss Stone's abductors.
Thc departure of Mr. Dickinson will
probably have a good effect on the
brigands who have Mies Stone in their
possession as they may fear to lose
everything by no accepting Mr. Dickinson's proposals.
Washington, Nov. 21. ���It is said to
the state department that up to this
time no application has been made by
tho Unitod States government to tbe
porle for permission to send warships
to the Dardenelles to demonstrate off
tbe Bulgarian coast, as reported ln a
Vienna despatch this morning. It is
further supposed that thc status of
Miss Stone's ease remains unchanged
so far bb the department is advised.
(SPECIAL TO THE MINER.)
Victoria, Nov. 21.���A petition is
being circulated today in the city
addressed to Col. Prior asking him to
become an independent candidate at
the bye-elections, with hope, so the
petition reads, that if the (lis,notion
of the present temporary administration should occur that you be called
to form a cabinet which has as its
main plank a competitive railway
from Kootenay to the coast.
A remarkable feature of the thing
is that it is being circulated by W. J.
llanna, a prominent Martinite Liberal
and there is a suspicion here that it
is merely another move of Martin to
counter Bodwcll's latest. step. If
Prim- stands, the whole situation
points to his being in the field as
predicted in Ibis correspondei.ee, and
if he docs so Victoria will ba tbe
theatre of a straight light between
the C. P. R. represented by Prior and
the Great Northern by Ilodwell. There
is still another ecmplicatioL and the
explanation of the affair which has
passed the rumor stage, and is being
used by eirculat-irs of tlic petition to
obtain signatures, is that by the terms
of a compact arranged between the
Liberals and Conservatives, theii candidate is to be returned unopposed by
the city and should he assume tbe
premiership that Templeman is to be
returned unopposed for the vacancy
caused by Prior, nnd is to go into tha
Ottawa cabinet aud Geo. Ill ley is to
go into the senate. Drnry is to be
placated with a place iu Prior's cabinet,or with Earle'd seat, that member
resigning.
BOILERMAKERS STRIKE.
Victoria, Nov. 21.���The boiler-
makers employed by tho Albion Iron
Works company, went on strike today
refusing to woik more than eight
hours a day on tha steamer Oity of
Topoka, which the company is repairing. They claim that the steamer
being an American vessel tbey havo
to abide by tbe rule of tbe American
association for eight hours on outside
work. Men were secured to take their
places and the company says It will
have the steamer ready in thc time
prescribed in the contract.
UNUSUALLY MILD WEATHER.
STUDENTS' RIOTS CONTINUE.
Athens, Nov. 21.���Tho agitation
against the proposal to translate the
gospel into modern Greek was continued today. Twenty thousand per
sons assembled around the ruins of
tbo temple of Jupiter Olympus and
took part ln the demonstration organized by tho students. A resolution
was passed calling un the Holy Synod
to ex-communicate any person who
translated the gospels into Greek as
now spoken. Eight hundred marines
wore landed to patrol locally. Several collisions occurred and nccasiona
shots were fired. The students still
hold the university buildings. During the encounters between tho
military and turbulent demonstrators
seven persons wero killed, .10 were
severely and many others slightly
wouuded.
BRITISH CRUISER FOR COLON.
Lack of Snow Interferes With Getting
Down of Ore.
Sandon, Nov. 21.���Rain has been
falling here yesterday and today and
the winter hns been tho most open
known for several years In consequence the Slocan Star, one of tbo
largest shippers has been unable to
team ore to the railway and mine and
mill arc crowded with ore.
I). W. Moore, oro buyer for tbe
Trail siiieltiir, was in the camp this
week.
Thc electric drills have boen In
operation at the Payne mine for some
days. Superintendent Garde reports
that thoy arc working with success.
Mr. and Mrs. VV. F. DuBois are
spending a few days at the residence
of George Macdonald, malinger of the
Noble Five, at Cody. Mr. Dullcuis
has recently resigned tho superlntcu-
dency of the Arlington mine.
The Ivauhoe concentrator is doing
good work making an average of
80 tons per day working day shilt
only.
Considerable ore Is In the oro sheds
at the Reco awaiting sufficient snow
to enable rawhlding to be earned
on.
John Daly, tlie well known accountant of the ltninbler-Ciiriboo, is In
liutle where he was married this week
lo a fair lady of that city.
WANT NINE HOURS'  WORK.
Toronto,   Nov.   21.���Toronto   Piano
workers have petitioned their employ-
... vro,     m.        i, i.i ,   I era for a nine-hour dny and a uniform
Kingston,    Nov.   21.���The     liritinh , * "
cruiser   Tribune   left   hero   today for  *>���'�����"���*�����   tinging   from   200   to
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THE EXCLUSION AOT.
A telegram from Washington, published yesterdav, annouunces that
President Roosevelt of the United
States, will not only recommend the
reonactment of the Chinese exclusion
aot, but will go further and suggest
that it be strengthened to increase its
efficiency. For Borne time past there
has been an agitation, led by the
Chinese minister at Washington, In
favor of a modification or a repeal of
tlie_act. The attitude of the president,
however, will have a powerful, a
dominating influence on the members
of the republican party, who will
strongly support his policy. Should
the American congress reenact the
Exclusion law it should have a considerable effect and strengthen the hands
of the people of this province who are
endeavoring to secure a restriction or
abrogation of Chinese and Japanese
immigration. The questions before
the American people arc,has the exclusion laws, which were first adopted
In 1882 and rencacted in 1803, been
beneficial and has there been any
change in the nature of the evil or in
the sentiment of the people regarding
It.
These questions have been answered
In the negative by J. 1). Phelan,
mayor of the oity of Han Francisco,
who has had unusual opportunities
of studying the evil from his childhood, as he was born In San Francisco, and no city on the continent
has been afflicted with larger numbers
of Oriental immigrants than tbe
Golden City. Be emphatically declares that the non-assimilative nature
of the Mongol makes him an undesire-
able resident. While there have been
infractions of the exclusion act, and a
number of Chinese have been smuggled into the United States, still the
operations of tho act havo been beneficial, inasmuch as the number of
Chinese has beon decreased. The
number of Chinese in the stito of
California in 1890 was 72,470, while
In 1900 the number had decreased to
45,fill. Aa a result of this decrease
Mr. Phelan says the industrial condition of the state has been improved
an.i the state is becoming comparatively prosperous In comparison to
what it was when Chinese immigration
was unrestricted. There is now
chance for Caucasian boys and girls
starting out in life and looking for
employment to secure it, which was
not the case when unrestricted Chinese
immigration prevailed because] the
Mongolians,who were willing to work
for a pittance, took their places, and
took thc bread from their mouths.
Such testimony should be taken and
given more consideration than that
of W. Ulaki'iuciri'. who has wrltten'a
letter to one of the Eastern Canadian
papers in favor of the unrestricted
immigration of Chinese. He declares
that they are needed in the industries
of Ti. C. to build them up. Eastern
Canada, it must be acknowledged, is
well built up and has many prosperous communities. Its upbuilding was
accomplished without the introduc
tion ef Mogolian, or slave labor of
any kind. It is certain if Eastern
Canada was mnde prosperous without
a system which is akin to serfdom, in
the shape of servile Chinese and Japanese labor, that the Caucasians of
Western Canada can accopmlish equal
results without having the help of the
yellow men. We should in considering this matter look at the condition
of the Southern States of the United
States, whicb inflicted upon themselves thc colored race. They believed
in cheap labor and now the negro
problem Is one of tbe most difHcultJof
solution that the people of tho Unitod
States   have   to   deal   with.       Unre
stricted   Chinese
in   time     breed
Canada.      The proper way is to stamp
ont the evil before it grows too big to
do so without a great effort.
CANADA'S 3BEAT PROSPERITY.
The address of E. S. Clouston president of the Canadian Bankers' association has come to hand and in the
compilation of facts and figures which
he has made it reveals what splendid
strides Canada is making. From the
Globe of Toronto the following is
taken: Mr. Olouston's themc_was the
marked progress which has characterized the material aspects of Canadian
life during the past live years. In
regard to tbe business of banks, he
said lhat since the last meeting of the
association circulation had expanded
(5,1)00,000, public deposits had risen,
340,000,000, and thc banks had some
814,000,000 more of loans employed in
the business of the country. With
regard to tbe general business of
Canada, he was able to say that the
great commercial prosperit; which
began in 1897 remains undiminished,
all the outward aud visible signs of
active and profitable business having
inoreased during the twelve months.
He pointed out that Canada's foreign
trade in tbe fiscal year ending June
30,1901, had amounted to 8377,725,000,
or 85,000,000 more than in the proceeding year, and no less than 1140,000,000
in excess of the foreign trade of 1896.
The money value of our imports and
exports, had in fiu't. in tne brlet
space of five years been enhanced by
03 per cent.
The president pointed out also that
exports and imports nearly] balance
each other in the five years in question. For the five years between 1886
and 1891 the imports exceeded thc exports by $137,726,000 whereas in the
five years between 1896 and 1901 they
exceeded tbe exports by but $6,000,000,
which Mr, Clo'islon describes as a
betterment in the balance of trade of
$126,000,00. "Home trade,'' he said,
''has likewise greatly prospered.
Manufacturing concerns, with few
exceptions, have been busily employed, railway traffics have been the
largest in the history of the country,
labor continues scarce and the rate of
wages relatively higher, mercantile
failures are few in number and not
formidable in extent. In a word, the
good times are still with us."
Referring to what the census told
us, he said that too much importance
might be given to this phase cf our
national life,and that there are bright
sides to the picture. What Canada
needs is quality rather than quantity
and that it was infinitely preferable
"that we possess a law adiding people, imbued with a high sense of
national pride, thrifty in habit, resolute in purpose to maintain thc integrity of their country, rather than
to encourage a large immigration of
alien races beyond our ability to assimilate." He gave some striking
figures to show how thrifty a people
we are. Taking the present population at 5,400,000, he found the foreign
trade of tho country per head to have
been $71.50 in thc fiscal year 1901, as
against $45 iu 1891, $47 in 1881, and
841 in 1871. The deposits of the
people in joint stock, government and
saving banks have risen in steady
progression from 819 per head in 1871
to $37 in 1881, 840 in 1891, and $74 in
1901. The amount of money employed
in tlie dally business of Canada, excluding subsidiary coinage, is now 811
per head, whereas twenty years ago
it did not exceed $7.70 per head.
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
INCORPORRTBD   1670.
Christinas Gifts
It seems a little early to mention  them
but every lady prefers to give her friends
something of
Her Own Handiwork
and it is high time to select and choose the necessary material. We have just received a very complete assortment
of Befding's celebrated Stamped Linen Goods consisting  of
Pin Cushion Tops, Embroidery
Bags, Bread Cloths, Photo Frames,
Tray Cloths, Sideboard Scarfs,
Laundry Bags, Tea Cloths, Shaving
Cases, Button Bags, Centrepieces,
in   all   sizes,   Veil Cases,   Doylies,
etc,
Colored Denim Cushion Tops
etc. etc.
Every shade of Embroidery  Silks
in stock.
A lovely lot of articles  in  Handworked Irish Linen to select  from.
The Hudson's Bay Stores
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Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in all Cases.
SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
WHITE VOIIR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.
VACCINATION.
Save Your Snowshoe Tags
The most popular brand of Chewing
Tobacco in (Janiuin today in "Pay
Roll." Evory Plug of "Pay RolP'
bears a "Snowshoe" Tag. Consumers
Bhnnld save these tugs, sh valuable pies-
Bents are given for them. When you
buy "Pay Roll" Chewing Tobacco, nsk
your dealer fur our new illustrated pr
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January let, HUM.
Tags arc good up to
In   another   column    is published a
communictaion   from an anti-vaccina-
tionist.    It is given space, not because
this   paper'shares its views, but   in a
spirit  of fair play.     There should be
no doubt about thc efficiency of vaccination,   as   it   has   rendered    almost
harmless aEdiseuse   which   before   tho
discovery   of   tlie   virtue   of vaccination by Jenner was one of the   fearful
plagues  of   ho   world   and   annually
carried   off   thousands ol victims  and
at   times   decimated   entire   communities.    Now tho disease   is   comparatively harmless   and   the   death   rate
from It has lieen greatly reduced. Thc
proportion   of   deaths   in   those   who
cutch   tho   disease   is   much   smaller
among those who arc   vaccinated than
with those who are not.    The number
who contract thu disease !b less among
the   vaccinated   than   with those who
are not.    With   suoh facts in Its favor
it 1b difficult to see  how the efficiency
of vaccination can be   doubted.     The
instance cited by the opponent of vaccination, the   result of impure lymph,
Is a very rare occurrence.     Thc greatest   care is taken at the vaccine farms
to seeure tho healthiest animals. They
are   usually ^boilers   and aro first in-
noculated and when the   postures  appears tho   points   arc dipped In them.
Once in a   very great   while   an   unhealthy animal is   used   for this purpose,   one   in   whieh the symptoms of
the disease arc not apparent, and thon
incidents like the one   related by   the
anti-vaceinationist occurs.      Notwithstanding tin.' infrequent   deaths   from
lliis   cause   and   the opposition of the
few anti-vaccinationicts, like  the one
CHAINED
FOB TEN
YEARS
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RELIEF.
There is nothing like Asthmalene, It
brings instant relief, even in the worst
cases.   It cures when all else fails.
The Rev. O. F. WELLS, of Villa Ridge,
111., says: "Your trial bottlo of Asthmalene received in good condition. I cannot
tell you how thankful I feel for tho good
derived from it. I was a slave, chained
with putrid sore thront nnd asthma for ton
years. I despaired of ever being cured. 1
saw your advertisement for the cure of
this dreadful and tormenting disease, Asthma, and thought you had overspoken
yourselves, but resolved to give it a trial.
To my astonishment the trial acted like a
charm.   Send mc a full size bottle.
Rev, Dr. Morris Wcclialer,
Rabbi of thn Cong. Cnni Israel,
New York, Jan, 3,1901
Dn. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.,
Gentlemen: Your Asthmalene is an
excellent remedy for Asthma null Hay
Fever, and its composition alleviates all
troubles whieh combine with" Asthma.
Its success is astonishing nnd wonderful.
After hnving it carefully analyzed, we can state thnt Asthmalene contains
no opium, morphine, chloroform or ether.    Very truly yours,
H      '       F       ' EEV. DR. MORRIS WEOHSLER.
Our Pall Stock of
Furniture and Carpets
Is now complete.
We buy of the Largest Manufacturers and Importers
J. G. BUNYftN & 60.
The Complete House Furnishers.
wwwtfmwi
The Canadian Bank of Commerce I
With Which la Amalgamated ,
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO.
Paid-up  Capital,   88,000,000;   Reserve   Fund,   82,000,000;
Aggregate Resources Over 805,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B, E. WALKER, Goneral Manager.
London Office:
on Lombard Street, B. C.
New York Office; 16 Exchange Place.
And 68 branchea ln Canada and the United States, lnoludlngi
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Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Received and Interest Allowed,   Present Bate 3 Per Cent '
Nelson Branch. GRANGE V.. HOLT, Manager. \ \
ti 9 r ��' ��' t"t'"i"*"tt"ti,if"t"^"t"**"*ii*?"<?"<>"*'11 irimm,.
I Do Not Buy Elsewhere
Before calling  and   seeing  our   large
assorted stoclc of
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
A Carload of Newest Styles in Iron   and   Brass  Beds.   See  onr  new
��� styles Morris Chairs, Hookers and Upholstered   Ooods.
D. McArthur ft Co.
Cor. Ward & Baker Sts.
Nelson, B. c.
Avon Springs, N. Y, Feb, 1, 1901.
Drs. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.
Gentlemen : I write this testimonial from a sense of duty, having tested the
wonderful effect of your Asthmalene, for the cure of Asthma. My wife has
been lift! cted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Having exhausted
my own skill as well as many others, 1 chanced to see your sign upon your
windows on 130 th street, New York, I at onoe obtained a bottle of Asthmaleno.
My wife commenced taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed
a radical improvement. After using one boltle her Asthma has disappeared
and she is entirely free from all symptoms. 1 feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who sire afllioted with this distressing disease.
Yours respeotfully, O. D. PHELPS, M. D.
Dn. Taut Bnos, Medicine Co, Feb. 6,1901.
Gentlemen i I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remsdies, bnt they have nil failed. I ran across your advertisement and
started with a trial bottle. I found relief at once. I have Bince purchased your
full-sized bottle, and I am ever grateful. I have a family of four children, and
for six years was unable to work. I am now in the best ot health nnd nm doing
business every day.   This testimony you can make suoh uso of as you see fit.
Home address, 235 Rivington street. S. RAPHAEL,
67 East 129th St,,New York Oity.
TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT   OF   POSTAL,
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON. B. O,
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Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mail to a��v branch will bave careful and nramot attention.
Do notdelny.   Write at once, addressing DR.   TAFT BROS, MEDICINE
OO., 70 East 130th St., N. Y. City.
Sold by All Druggists.
whose communication appears in Thc
Miner today,the practise of safeguarding against the dread disease smallpox by vacoination will continue and
for the reason that it has proven itself
to be of benefit In reducing the ravages of what was formerly ono of the
scourges of mankind.
CAMBORNE
URAIN-FOOD NONSENSE.
Another ridiculous food fad has been
branded by the moBt competent
anthoiities. They have dispelled the
silly notion that one kind of food is
needed for brain, another for muscles,
and still another for bones, A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of the body, but it will
sustain every other part. Yet, however good your food may be, Its nutriment is destroyed by indigestion cr
dypepsia. You must prepare for their
ppearnnee or prevent their coming by
liking regular doses of Green's August
Flower, the lavorite medicine of thc
healthy millions. A few doses aids
digestion, stimulates the liver to
healthy action, purines the blood, and
makes you feel buoyant and vigorous.
Yoa can get Dr. C. O. Oreen's reliable
remedies at VV. F. Teetzel Sc Co.'s.
(Jet Oreen's Soeoial Almanac.
The Rossland of the Lardeau
LOTS FOR SALE
Full particulars of
R. J. STEEL.
NELSON
AGENT.
The Waverley Hotel
J, N. DAVIDSON, Prop.
Bates $1.00 to $1.00 per day. First
class Meals, 850. Next door to Opera
House. P. O. Hox :;iu. Telephone 147.
Victoria St., Nelson.
If you have a fancy to try I.lpton's
Delicious Tea ask your grocer to please
not tell you that he has something
just us good, for you are tired of that
talk and you have an idea of your
own.
E. J.SCOVIL
HIIMI BROKER, COTAKY
Windtrmere Mines.  Corremondonoo Solicit
WINBKRMKBK. D. O.
You shouldn't send out of town for
cards for yourself or your husband
until you see what The Miner can do
for you.
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itnated in the ceutre of Ihe Similkameen Valley Coal-fields.
aving more natural resources than any other oity iu B. 0.
o doubt Ih i lots will sell for $2000 inside one year.
n the market now at $50 to %'i_\ without interest.
and of coal, gold, copper, lead, silver, hay, grain, cattle, fruit
purchase now means big profits���don't wait
lmllkameen Valley Coal Co,, Ltd. owns Ashuoln
nvest in stock of this Oompany and make n, stake
oney made in Crow's Nest Conl stock an example
nvest before it is too lote and get in on the ground floor
cse this opportunity and you will always regret it
inkers oannot harm now���we are an assured  success,
nyono can kick, but does it pay?
en who own shareB are well satisfied, see thom
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veiy share of the Similkameen   Valley   Ooal  ��Q-.   D''L  no"-"SF''8B "le
asy terms of payment gives everybody a ohsnee
obody can lose who BnbscribeB for sharos���no forfeitures
glue for your money with no chance to lose
ny doubters are invited to investigate fully
ie nwake
nights and think this over, it is worth while
end your aid in developing the country
ither lots or shares are a good investment
on can purchase shares ot 5c down, balance  monthly
row's Nest shares advanced to 837 50 in less than a year
fflce ot Company, Nelson, B. 0.
II rbove owned by one Company, including water nnd light
et others please themselves, you buy shares.
O ompany's Consulting Engineer ia  best known  authority   in   Oajjjjj���
Qm nly competent men ot business employed
L ook for shares to go to 825 in less than
X nke this opportunity of making yourself rich
Qi ividends in Bight galore.
a  year
R. J. STEEL, Official Broker, Nelson, B- 0-
Or Vender & Ounningam, Greenwood, B. O.f J. E. Ohnroh, Viotoria,, B. C,
W. Fellows, Sandon, B. O.; C. E. Douglas, Vancouver, B. O. Nelson   Daily Miner, Friday November 22, 1901
I MCNING NEWS. |
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. The   returns   from  the small ship-
t  uf   ^nsoa   VieW  0re   ��� *
"null, ago arc t0 hand BDd KlV�� a n6t
"urnct 8M.80,   says the Trout Lake
1 c The shipment weighed 868
Sndl and   the   assay   value  at the
Liter wns S"-20 ��nDceB per t0D aD
SB per cent lead. The contents were
,_ so ounces silver and 107 pounds
' 'Il Tlie former valued at 57% cents
5 onr.ee gave a total of $01.79 f��a
L litter valued at 81.43 per hundred
leigM gave a total of 81.38. The
,,1_, of the whole shipment was
ma 17 less $0.38 'or freight and treatment gave a net result of 850.89 for
which �� cheque wus issued to thc
owners, Messrs. P. A. Lindgrcn and
Martin Nelson.
At the record office yesterday the
locutions entered were:   ExpreBS   No.
2 one-naif mile south east of Salmo,
DJ Sidney Ross; M. and M.,on Quartz
creek, by 0, H. Cameron; Headland,
about foi'' milcs southwest of Hall
Siilinp, on Hall creek, by R. A.
Hutchinson. A lengthy dooument wns
reoonli'd yesterday, consisting of a
trust ilesd given to secure the first
mortgage debentures of the Hall Mining & Smelting company, limited, in
tlic transfer of the assets of thc old
company to the new, which was Incorporated on June Oth, 1900.
Tlic Trout Lake Topic says that
Messrs. nancy and Hell have signed a
contract with the monngement of the
Silver Cup to transport 1,000 tons of
ore. Two hundied tons will be delivered at the landing and the remainder
at Trout Lake where it will be
stored. Pour hundred sacks ol nre are
ready at thc mine for shipment.
Twenty-two men are working on
the UoldcnJMonirch mine, near Ymii.
In the drift from No. 2 tunnel ore of
a pay grnde haB been encountered.
The road from thc mine to the rail-
nay lias been almost completed and
aa soon as it is finished u trial shipment will be made to the Trail
jitielter.
Tho main shaft of the Poorman
inino is now down 50 feet, in good
oie, and most satisfactory progress is
heing made. The machinery from the
(Iranite mine was removed tbis week
down the hill to thc I'oorman, where
it is now being Installed, and where
it will materially facilitate operations.
Up to the present thc Trout Lake
pait of the Lardeau has shipped to the
smelter 0,022,005 pounds of ore valued
at 8140,1)90.45. This is about IH cents
pound or an average of 8145 a ton.
What district in Kootenay can show
a higher average than that?���Trout
Lake Topic.
The force on tho Queen Bess, says
the New Denver Ledge, has been
discharged and the property closed
down. The shut down will be only
temporary, it is thought, and is occasioned by the non-arrival of satisfactory orders from the London offloe.
Slops the Cough
anil Works off Ihe Cold.
I,ixillvo liiomo Qiilnlno Tablet* euro a cold
In one day.  No Cure, No Pay.   Prlco 25 cents
AH Over the World
More Sold Than All Other Brands Combined
Insist; ljpoi)  leaving
"SWEET
GAPORAL"
CIGARETTES.
BRUSHES
Hair Brushes
Nail Brushes
Tooth Brushes
Clothes Brushes
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We are showing a
splendid new lot at
Very Low Prices.
Hair Brushes 50c. to $3 50-
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
GOVERNORS TO ACT.
St. Paul, Nov. 21.���Letters were
sent out this afternoon from the gov
ernor's offloe, addiessed to the governors of North Dakota, Montana,
Nebraska, Washington, Idaho and
Oregon, suggesting cooperation in
the fight against the railways merging and asking the state executive to
suggest plans for concerted aotion. It
is not likely that there will be a
formal meeting for conference, but by
correspondence a plan may be agreed
npon.
, O. GREEN        F. S. OLEMENT��
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
P. O. Box 145 Nelsijp, B.C
H. & M. BIRD
BROKEN HILL BLOCK.
Honey to lolin On Improved Keul Estate
Isl Mortgages ill S in r tint.
FOR SALE.
% 850 Four roomed houso and cellar
and improved lot ou Mill street,
planted with fruit trees
if 850 House and lot on Observatory
street, west of Josephine, cash
$250   balance easy terms
%'iiOO Eight room house and two oorner lots, plumbing comnlete,elec-
trie light, ifiiOO cisb, SHOO in 12
months and assume $1300 loan
FOR RENT.
$25 Seven room house, modern improvements, corner Stanley Street
and Mines Road
$20 Six room house, corner of Observatory and Stanley Streets
$15 Cottage cor Ward and (lore streets
825 Furnished houso on Carbonate St
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer anil Porter.
DEOP IN AND SEE OS
Moral   B. O
ASSIGNEE'S   SALE
TENDERS
VACCINATION.
Editor Miner,���It is to be hoped
thnt the death of those unfortunate
people in Camden, N. J., bb given in
today's Miner from the effects of vac-
oination may not have been ln vain if
it opens the eyes of the public to this
disgusting practice of innoculation.
Particularly is this so with children
of tender years who are made victims
ol this so-called lymph, which is noth
ing more or less than extract of pus,
in order presumably to avoid a disease, the spread of which is due in
large measure to the unwarrantable
agitation made over it by the medical
fraternity, creating thereby a nervous
apmiihension in the mindB of a oom-
onniily and rendering people more
liablo to infection. For proof of this
nsli anyone who has lived In yollow
fever cities. It is a well estalbished
'ant that thoBo who koep calm and
present a bold mental front to thc
situation in times of epidemics nre
v��ry rarely attacked by the disease and in most cases ovoroome it.
The auti-vaooiationist of the day���
wank as he is called���will bo heard
Hume tiino later when the minds of
men have ceased to be lod in these as
In other matters by those presumauly
Kupposod to know, but who will find
by that time that vaccination has been
��no of the many blunders of medical
science of the past century. Yours,
ANTI-VACCINATIONIST.
Nelson, Nov. 19, 1001.
STEPPED INTO LIVE COALS.
"When a child I burned my foot
rightfully," writes W. D. Eads, of
Jonesville, Va. "which caused horrible leg sores for 30 years, but Ruck-
len's Arnica Salvo wholly cured me
after everything else failed." Intalll-
ble for Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Sores,
Bruises and Piles. Sold by Canada
Drug Sc Book Co.    25c.
Have vou used healthful Hygenic
Baking Powder, the latest discovery
in chemistry ?
BRANDY
TIE LAAUE FILS Sc CO, XfX X
COGNAC, possesses a delicious
boquot.
DE LAAOE FILS & CO. X X X X
COUNAC is mellowed by its great
age, and is recommended to Con-
I nolseurs, and for medicinal pur
poses.
SCOTCH
WHISKIES
Agenoy for full stock  at  Victoiia
for
THE DISTILLERS COMPANY,   Ltd.,
Edinburgh, the largest holders in
the world of Scotch Whiskies.
Tho CALEDONIAN   LIQUER   Scotch
Whisky is one of  the   leaders.���
Try It.
R. P. Rithet & Co-, Limited
VICTORIA. B. O,
Tenders are invited for the purchase
of the stock in trade of Theo. Madson,
of Nleson, B. C, consisting of Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Mens' Furnishings, and Chattels and a Tent and
Awning Factory, with Canvas, Tent
Hardware and Sewing Machines, etc.
Tenders may be for the whole of the
stock In trade or for any part theieoi,
Tenders may be for Cash or on
Terins.
Tenders to be In writing and addressed to the undersigned on or before Monday thc 25th day of November, 1001, at 12 noon.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 15th day
of November, 1001.
PERCY CRIDDLE,
Assignee estate Theo. Madson.
Macdonall & Johnson, Solicitors
for Assignee.
GALT COAL
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
hand.
Rates to all railway and
lake points
W. P. TIERNEY,
General Agent
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors west
C.P.R. offices.
THE   MINER'S
WANT   PAGE.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Advertisements Inserted under tbls head at
the rate of one cent a word per lnsortion. No
advert!Homent taken for less than 25 cento.
Situation Wanted advertisements inserted
three Union froe of oharge.
PIANO���For Sale, cheap, or will
rent; almost new, MaBon and Risen,
upright.    Apply Miner uflice.
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
NELSON, b. c.
FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING
UOUSE   tu rent   on Vernon     street.
Apply Captain T. ,1. Duncan.
FOR SALE.���An   educated cub   bear,
large and gentle,   seven months old.
Apply at this olliee.
WARM,   well   famished   rooms
rent, 813 East Itaker street.
for
TO RENT.���Two   furnished rooms on
Baker street,   $20; sixroomed house,
$15.      S.     M.   Brydges,    IC.     W.   C.
Blook.
FURNISED       ROOMS.-Apply       on
Silicu,     second   door   west     Ward
street. -__
ROOMS and HOARD.���Every convenience ;   south east   corner of   Carbonate and Josephine street.
ROOMS TO RENT.-K. W. C. Block-
Two rooms en suite on Ward St.,
also rooms facing thc west. On September 1, two sirgie rooms and two
or three en E'u.te facing Baker st.
Furnishei or unfurnished. Mrs. K.
.1. Sou.re, Room 41,  K.    W. C.  Block.
WANTED
WANTED.���A Lady's bicycle, second
g hand, in good order. Apply Hox
210, Nelson.
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS and COPYRIGHTS
obtained in all countries
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N. A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
J. 0. GWLLLIM, B-, Sc,
MINING ENGINEER.
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. B C.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
head office toronto, ont.
Money to loan on Btralght Mortgage.
Apply to Q. I*. LEHNOX   Bak�� Bt.
Nfclnon.
UPwKi
THE LATEST INVENTION
IN HOT BMST HEATING STOVES-
You can put in your coal and  then  light the fire
from the top.    It has a large ash pan so  the ashes
can be removed  without  trouble.    It  has a
grate so the clinkers will go down in  the  ash
Ask for the
Ox Air Blast
draw
pan.
A POOR MILIONAIRE
Lately starved in London because he
"onId not digest his food. Early use
"' Dr. King's New Lite Pills wculd
nnve saved him. They wtrengthen the
ttouiauh.aid digestion,promoto assimi-
u0"' "np'ove appetite. Price 25c.
Money back if nut satisfied. Sold by
Unnda Drug Sc Hook Co.
Fancy OyBter stews at  Spear's-
rloneor Caterer.
���The
Kootonsj
RoprcHCiitallv
Nelson
A B GRAY
P. O. Box 521
A. R. HEYLAND
P. L. 8.
KASLO.  B.  C.
Mineral :'ld>*s and mines suiveyed. j
1TLACHLAN BROS.
OUR SPECIALTY
"GOODCHEKR"
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We nre showing this season a full
line of these goods nnd solicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
Company.
WANTED.���Men   and women wanted
to   work   at   heme.      Good   wages.
Write   Glasgow    Woollen    company,
Dent. C, Toronto.
WANTED.���Good     general    servant;
apply  Mrs.   Melville Parry, Hoovei
htreet.
EMl'LOYMENT.--All   kinds  of  help
wanted���Orders    for   help    receive
prompt attention.   R. Purdy, Employment agent.     Phono  44.    P  O.   Box,
582.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's Nest
Southern   Ry.     Good   wages, long
job, Headquarters, Elko,   II.   C. A.
Guthrie Sc Co.
MISCELLA NEOUS
G. D. J. CHRISTIE
Money to Loan at 8 per cent.
Insurance Real Estate
DJ. ROBKKTBON 8c CO.���Next door io
���   i In: in-w PohL OfilOO Jiniltlinc, Vurnon
til., Ni'l tin.   Day 'phono aw. Night 'phono :'M'i.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
XT BISON   SODA    WATKH    FACTOKY-
il    N. M. Cuuiiiiitiri, IjOhhoo���Kvory known
vurloly of rfofL drinkH.   1' K) llux 88. To lop ho n
No. 31. Hoovor HU'ooL, NoIhoii.   jiottlura of the
fttuiouri til. l.coii HoLUpriOKH Minora! Walor
ARCHITECTS
C^lANK & MACDONALD (II, Cane, Jamo
J A. Macdonald^���ArchiLocla and Huporiii
UtndtmlH, Jirokou H ill lilock, cornor Baker and
Ward Streets. Nelaon
GROCERIES
A    MACDONALD   Be Co.-Comor   Fron
���   and   Jrlall   Struelu���Wholosale   Kfocor
aud jobber* in ulaukot-., glovon, null", boota
rubbi-i h, mackinawri and imnurri' nundriuK,
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
1j  BURNS & Oo,���Baker tiiroaL, Neleon-
.  ���   Wholesalo dealers in frorth a d cured
meat*.   Cold morale.
WEST   KOOTKNAY   BUTCHER   CO.
Itaker SU-oot, NoIhoii��� Wholesale dea
era in front, and cuml nioaLN.
HARDWARE & A11N1NU   SUPPLIES
JAWUKNCK HARDWARE OO ���Bake
j Street, Nelson ��� Wholesale daalan Id
hardware, minors' nupplioH, Hportin.; goodu
etc.
M'LACULAN BROS. (SuccesnorH to Van
couvor Hardware Co, Ltd.) Baker Street.
Nelson���Wholesalo dealers in hardware and
mining Mipnlu;.-, plumbum' aud Untiniitut.' imp
piles*
NKLHON   HARDWARE   CO.-Wholesale
paints, oil:, and kIhhh; mechanicri   tootn
AkoiiUs foi Ontario l*owdcr Works; lrnamite
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rpUKNKK, BEETON & Co.-Cornor Vernon
X and Josephine HtrootH, Nelson���Whclo
sale dealers in liquors, cigars, and dry i'omli
Agouts for Pabst Brewing Co. of Mtlwuuket
aud Calgary Brewing Co or Calgary.
H
UDSON'S HAY Co.-Wholesalo Rrocorlo.
and liquors utc, llakor tilrout, Nolson.
LUMBER
NELSON HAW AND PL.ANINU M1LL-
Ofllco cornor Hall and Front Streets
Nelson���Lumber, celling, flooring, and every
tiling in wood (or building purposes. Got oui
prices.   Corrospoiideneo solicited.
ORui SACKS AND TWINES.
FOR KENT.���Two ofllceB over Queen
Cigar store, 815; 7-roomed house, bath
and sewer, f 22; 4-roomcd house, water
only, 811.
FOR SALE.���Two lots, Obeorvatory
st., on oar line, J450; 5-room house,
Carbonate St., 81,000! 7-roomed house,'
Carbonate Bt, 82,100.
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the highest oasb prioe for all
kinds oi seooud hand goods. Will bu;
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oarpertt,
looking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Addreee
Silver King Mike, Box 800. BaM
Street, Nelson, B. C.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, N. I).
Allan Line Parisian Nov. 23
Allan Line Numidlan Nov. 30
These stoamorn sail (rom Halifax ono day
later
From Portland, Me.
Dominion Lino Dominion Nov.23
Dominion Line Cambroman Nov. 30
From Now York
Whito Star Lino Celtlo Nov. W
White Star Lino Uormanio  Nov_27
Whito Btar Lino Mi .ostio Deo.  4
CunnrdLino Ktrurla Nov. 23
I 'unard Line Campania Nov. 30
Cunard Line  Umbria Doc.   7
American Lino Havorford Nov. 37
American Line Philadelphia Dec.   4
Anchor Uno Astoria Nov. 30
French LinoL'Aquitaino Nov.28
Fiom Boston
Cunard LlnoSaxonla Doe. 7
Dominion Line Now England Dec, i
For further Information rogirding N. Q.
Lloyd Hamburg-American, Holland-American
linos and for rates, reservation of norths, etc.
Apply to
W. P. F. CUMMING8,
Gon. Agent. Winnipeg, Man.
J. S. CABTEK. D. P. A.. Nelson
rp GALLON fc O0.-Doalcrn in oro sacks
X ��� and twines. Always a large stuck on
hand. Telephone295. Room II, K.-W.-t; Block
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial'^"*
Land Surveyor.
|6g NELSON B C
�������������������������������������������������������
H. H. PUYFOED
& CO.
MADDEN    block
Cigars.��
Tobacco
l Phone 117
******************** ***���*���*���*
LUijtber..
Delivered to any poini
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand o/
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings. Sash Doors,
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber*
Mill at PILOT BAY. Tarda, NELSOU
and IiAKliO.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
EFFECTIVE OCT. 13.
A NEW FEATURE
TOURIST
SLEEPING
OARS : : :
in  addition   to  usual  equip*
ment   on
Crows' Nest Section-
Leave Kootenay Landing
Tuesday and Friday for St
Paul via Soo Line.
Friday only for 1 oronto,
Montreal and Boston and intermediate points on direct
route.
HEAD OFFICE:   NEL60N.
J. A. SAYWAED.
You should'nt sund out of town for
cards for yourself or your husband
uutll you sec what The Miner can do
for you.
For iKirtliii, timetables, ratim and full
infill-null inn apply to.
H. L. Biiown,
Oity Passeugor Agent
J. 8, OABTKn, E. J. OOTLH
Dis. Pmb. Ant. A. 0. P. A.
Nelson Vancouver Nblson Daily Miner Frijw, November 22,  rgoi
MORLEY    &      Wodeslio to Inform
LAINQ
THOMSON   STATIONERY CO.. Ltd
thc  public  that   w
have taken over the
I Ml - I I If.'- Of
whieh will in the future be carried
on under the style of
MORLEY & LAINQ
Wo ask for the support of  tho  residents of
Nelson and the Kootenay Country.
Our premises   are being enlarged and im-
Sroved to meet the ever growing trade of the
Ifitriot.
The stock of Hooks, Office Supplies, Stationery and Fancy Uoods will he increased and offered at prices which will make it worth your
irVhile to deal with us,
MORLEY & LAING
SUCCESSORS TO
THOMSON   STATIONERY   CO,,  Ltd.
NELSON.  B.G.
��� VWWW^VWVVVWWVWWVS}
THE CITY
The Nelson Operatic Society held a
very successful rehearsal of the
Chimes of Normandy, last evening.    _
John T. Hickmett, contractor,, who
has just reooverod from a lengthy
illenss leaves today for Newark, N. J.
Melville Parry, general agent foi
the Confederation Life Association,
returned yesterday from a trip to Ban-
don.
in tbe police court ye6terdny morning there was but one case came up
for trial, that of a drunk, who was
fined the usual $5 and costs.
The hofe wagon from the fire hall
was removed to a blacksmith's yesterday to bave new springs put in and
to undergo a general overhauling.
A. VV. Maxwell and W. J. MePher-
son leave today for Kingston, Ont.
Mr. McPherson has been in Nelson a
few weeks winding up the business
of the Ontario Powder company.
Mr.and Mrs. C. Fennell arrived yesterday from Montreal, to take up
their abode in Nelson, Mr. Fennell
having taken a position as express
messenger with the Dominion Express
C).
J. S. Carter, distriot passenger
agent of tbe C. P. B. returned yesterday from a trip to Rossland and the
Boundary. He reports ousiness prosperous there, particularly in Orand
Forks.
1 The meeting of the members and
adherents uf Emmanuel Congregational church at which the question
of accepting Mr. Munroe's resignation
will be determined, is to take place
next Thursday evening at the church.
Advantage Is being taken of the
present mild weather to push forward
operations on the postoOice kuildings,
and it looks now as it the work
planned to be finished on thein this
season will be completed before the
snow flit6.
All the employees of the Tramway
company have been given a week's
UDticc of dismissal. Mr. Mason,
superintendent of the company, was
asked as to what the company intended doing here but be stated that he
could not give any information on the
matiei or a few days yet.
No information has been secured ns
yet as to the whereabouts of thc
prisoner who escaped from the city
lock-up two days ago, but a strict
watch is being kept for bun at the
various routes out of the district.
The favorite plan for escaping prisoners seems to be to take to some abandoned cabin in the mountains with
enough food to last for a few weeks
ami remain till tbe seari'li is practically over and then get out quietly.
FOOD STOPPED IT
Good Pood Worth More Than a Gold Mine
To find a food that will put nn absolute stop to "running down" is better than finding a gold mine. Many
people when they begin to run down
go fiom one food to another and find
it impossible to find a food that will
stop the progress of disease, (liape-
Nuts Food is the most noiirisbing
known nnd will net one right if lhat
is possible.
Tbe experience of a Loulsana lady
will be Interesting, Mrs. J, II. (Ira-
bam, Wallace, La writes, "1 received
a t'evcre nervous shock some years ago
and from overwork gradually broke
down. My food did not ngree with
me and I lost flesh rapidly. I changed
frOTi one kind of food to another but
was unable to stop tlie lo.ss of Hush
and strength. I do not exaggerate
when I miiv that I finally became in
reality, a living skeleton. My nighls
were sleepless, and 1 wss compelled
to take opiates in various forms After
trying all sorts of different foods
without success 1 finally got down to
tousled Ureal Mlli a little buller, and
after a while tbis began to sour and I
could not digest it. Then I took to
toasted crackers and lived on tlii'in for
several weeks but kept getting
weaker.
One day I was brought knowledge
of Grape-Nuts Food, and lt seemed
to me from the description Unit it
was juBt the sort of food I could
digest. I began by eating a small
portion just as It comes from the
package, dry, gradually Increasing
the amount eaeli day, sometimes
wanning and adding a little butter.
My improvement began nt once for
It nlTiirilcd nie tlie nourishment that I
had been starving for. No more
hnrrasslng pains and indigestions.
For a month I ate nothing but Urnpc-
Ntits and a little cream and sugar,
then I got so well I could take on
other kinds of food. I continued to
gain flesh rapidly. Now I am in
better health than I have been in
years. I still stiok to drape-Nuts
because like thc food and I know of
its powerful nourishing properties.
My physician says that my whole
trouble was the lack ol power to
digest food, und thnt no other food
that he knows of would hnve brought
me out of tho trouble except drape- j
Nuts. j
A large black bear has visited the
cabin on the Paradise claim twice
this week, and has also been seen on
several other claims in the vicinity
where the owners are doing development work. A couple of parties are
watching for him, hoping to get the
skin which as he Is said to be in the
best of condition should be a good
one.
Deer and caribou aro reported to be
far more plentiful in Ihe mountains
thlB season than for some years. A
large herd of caribou has been seen
in the mountains near Erie, several
times lately and prospectors and
hunters coming io for the winter
unite in saying that game seems to be
much more abundant than usual.
W. AnilifT, manager of the Winnipeg branch of the Canadian Rubber
company has ueen in Nelson for the
past few days making the acquaintance of tne company's customers and
learning the particular needs of tne
trade in this part of the country. He
is on his way to Vancouver.
Dr Ilall reports two cosos of
diphtheria. One is tlie little daughter
of Pete Hayden, who resides on Houston street, and the other the little son
of T. Park, of Ilogustown. The
houses have been quarantined, the
mombers of the two families have
been rendored immune by thc administration of anti-toxine, and every
necessary precaution bas been taken
to prevent a spread of tho dread
disease.
A. II. Winger, representing John
Northway & Sons, limited, was in
Nelson on his regular tour of the
west. Mr. Winger represents a comparatively new departure in
Canadian manufacture, ladies cloaks
and overwear. Until six or seven
years ago these goods were largely
imported from Germany and Great
Britain, until Mr. Winger's house
and another one began making ihem
in Canada. The industry has grown
unt'l now there are five factories in
that line.
At the oity jail yesterday work was
started on the wailing of the window
from which the prisoner Illoom escaped on Wednesday, as well as that
in the other cell at thc back of the
building, in future these cells will
be lighted from the corridor only.
The windows through which the
escape was made was protected not
only by bars running horizontally,but
also by perpendicular cross bars, and
had been considered secure, but Chief
Jarvis stated that when they got
through with the present woik on the
cells the prisoner who escaped from
tbem might well be proud of his
ingenuity.
Clam     Chowder    at   Spear's.���Tbe
Pioneer Caterer.
AT THE HOTELS.
Phair.���-T. draham. T. Robertson,
Sandon ;d. H.Williams, Spokane; 1).
Williams. Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs.
G. Bunnell, New York; B. W. Greer,
Vancouver.
Qneens.���A. J. Coursier, Seattle;
W. C. Forrester, N. McLeod, Ymir-,
M. Tebo, Ebolt; G. S. dibb, Allan
Q. Gibb. Berwickshire, Scotland.
Orand Central���H. Slcoman. Kaslo;
Mrs. Morris, Silver King; B. W.
Willinje.Kokanee creek; 0. M. Ward,
Slocan ; j. L. lioribrook, Morrissey ;
J. Bubar, Arrowhead; K. Ii. Wood,
Ymir.
Hume.���A. II. Winger, Toronto;.!.
C. Davenport, Spoknno; J. Bowes,
Silverton; A, F. Tero, Toronto; A.
Chisholm and wife, A. draham, Spokane; J, II. Sims, Erie;C. II. Hunter I-'hoeuix; II. F Baker, London;
AI. 11. Von Volkenburg,  Toronto.
THE FIREMAN'S WARD.
A Stirring Play Well Rendered by the
Auditorium Company.
"The Fireman's Ward," was the
attraction which drew a good sized
audience to the opera house last evening. The piny tells the story of a
waif adopted liy firemen, who developed into a winsome though prankish
lass,who finally married the foreman,
though all of her numerous adopted
fathers wero deeply iu love with her.
It abounds in lights and shadows
with the comedy element predominating. Ruby Miguel played two role*
that of Mrs. Bancroft and hoi daughter, Nellie. In the latter role she had
the star part and gave a clever,
spirited onaction which won her new
laurels. Harry O'ConnerJplayed the
role of Jack Hcrndon, the foreman of
the engine company, and was at his
best in the scenes with Nellie Bancroft. Tlie comedy was well looked
after by Wm. II. McBriilc as Dennis
Flaiinigan and Porry Ward, the
widow, who was anxious to secure a
second husband. The action was
spirited, and although it. is not one of
the best plays of the company, still
it was so well given ns to greatly
please tbe audience.
Tonight at the request of a number
of citizens "A Man of Mystery" will
be reproduood, It is tne strongest
play In the repertoire of the company
and should draw a lug house,
IN CHAMBERS.
Before His Honor Judge Forin
Yesterday.
Burns vs. Spearing���Lcnnie, for
defendant, applied lor judgment for
want of prosecution; llnnningtnn,
contra. Order refused and trial
ordered.
Ferguson vs. Knowles���II. A.Stuart,
for plaintilT, applied for summary
judgment. No one contra. Judgment
granted with costs.
TRAINING SHIP FOR HAI.IFAX.|
Halifax, Nov. 20.- Admiral Sir
Frederick Bedfors some time ago
recommended to the admiralty to
place a raining ship at Halifax. The
recommendation, it is announcd.hus
been acted upon and such a ship will
be named to go to thu North American station next spring.
" I see by the paper that thc bylaw is lost?"    "Yes, lost."
'���Send mo up a tin of that
100 Candle Power Coal Oil
Have you lots of it?"    "Yes, a big stock."    "AU right I'll come down  ard
see you about a winter's supply."    "All right Madame."
IMPERIAL TEA
is making hosts of friends at the 5 O'clock Teas. It's one the ladies talk about, "Imperial Tea." The old saying���Women talk about more than they know, while men know about more than they talk���might be true in
some respects, but we can't say%women don't know what they talk about when they talk about imperiul Tea, for
we certainly are satisfied they do know what they are discussing when they discuss Imperial Tea. It's a winner
and our Coffee has already woo.
McPherson & McCammon
Grocers
Nelson, B. C.
I MTarland&BroGkman 1
We have just opened a line of
1 SCOTGH   MOTTO  WARE 1
3
if  China Hall
Very unique in design.
Baker Street 5;
OPERA    HOUSE
ALL THIS WEEK
Auditorium Stock Co.
TO-NIGHT
A Man of Mystery
W_S3���_H
'���'-'���  *���w
ftSif
West Transfer Co.
N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER.
Goal am Wood
Best  Fir and Tamarac  Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Office on   Baker Street. Tel
y
^K'/''*
MISS RUBY MIGUEL,   Leading Lady
Auditorium Stock Co,
PRICES :   25 & 50 GENTS.
Saturday Matinee.    Seats  on  sale
at McDonald's,
A WISE MOTHER
Will always havo a well tried ami reliable
remedy In Iho Iiouho for scalds and burns, an
nccidoiitfl uro Uablo to occur at any I line without warning. OrlflltliH' Menthol Liniment
hIoiw iho owning Herniation limtautly and produces that soothing and cooling Herniation, a
\-lrtuo noHHoawod only by this remedy. No homo
should do without iu   Prco2oconts.
For Rale by J. !'. Vanstan*  Nuhon. B. O.
BENNETT'S FUSE.
Be   sure nnil get the genuine   BENNETT'S GUTTA PERCHA FUSB.not
something that looks   like   It.    Lawrence Hardware Co., Agents.
N. E. T. CO.
Forty minute service until 11 a. m.
and after 7.40 p. ni., 20 minutes between. Leaving H. B. Store 6.45.
Iloguslowa Stanley st.
7,00 a  m.' 7.20 a. m.
7.40 8.00
8,20 8.40
9.00 9.20
9.40 10.00
10.20 10.40
11.00 11.00
Twenty minutes until 7,40 p. m.   at
the hour, 20 past and 20 to
ItogUHtown Stanleys!
7.40 p  m 8.00 p. m.
8.20 8.40
9.00 9,30
9.40 10,00
10.40  last rats. 10 20
The 10 p. m. onr from Stanley street
meets the 10. lo p. m. train nt the depot,
goes up Stanley street and then to Bo-
gustown.
Good lots for Bnle in Addition  "A"
close to Tramlines.   For nil informiv
tion   npply  nt  tho Company's office,
Vernon street.
A. V. MASON.
NEWLING & GO.
AUCTIONEERS.
VALUERS. ETC.
Kootenay Street, Next Oddfellows' Ha
P. O. Box 633.
OALL ON TH*
NELSON WINE CO.
and try a bottlo, a dozen, or a barrol of
CALGARY BEER an lt In the bent and
ohoapost on tho market. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
PRANK  A. TAMBLYN. Mmmh.
Ti Icphono 03 Baker BU, Nelnon
TWO SPECIALS
Bargains in Tailor-made suits have  been  advertised and
selling has been brisk.   For tomorrow we have selected two
lines of Suits���only a few in each and at the prices they are
sure to go���Just note:
3 TAILOR-MADE SUITS in Cheviot, Camel's Hair
Effects. Jackets made with Reveres
and Double Breasted, Satana Lined.
Skirts made to flare, Lined with Percaline; Velveteen Binding and Inverted
Pleats, regular $12.50, special 8.00
4 TAILOR-MADE SUITS in
Homespun. Jackets made Double
Breasted with Lapels, skirts having
Inverted pleated back, lined with Per
caline and Velveteen binding. Regu
lar $14.00, sale price 8.75
KERR & CO.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.  G.   TRAVES.  Manage*.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
"Zbe IRoTgal Bank ot Canaba"
Incorporated 1869.
Capital AutborUed,
. Si.ji	
Novn   Seotu-Hallfax   Branoh,   Antl_onlih
Bridgewator, Quynboro. Londonderry, Lu
enburg. Maltland (Hant* Co.), Plotou, Port
ljawkosbury, Sydney, Hhubonicadlo.Truro,
Weymouth.
flew    llrunswlck ��� Bathurst,
DorohOHtor,
C-o.1, Mor"
��,.,, nunuuiwiUjOaUKYlllO, OB, JOnn.WoodHtO
P. K. Island-Charlottotowu, Sumuiorslde.
Frodorloton   Kingston |Kont Co.), Mono-
ton, Nowoustlo.Saokvlllo, 8t, John.Woodstook'
���MtMMMI CJP.U1 ri4..p.    .   . . .     ^hum,
���Roaril or Directors    rhomas K. Kenny. President;  Thomas Kitohio, Vloe��� Preside nt>
tWUoy Smith. II. U. Bauld, Hon. David Maokonn.
Head Olllee, Halifax 1
General Managor, Kduon L. Peano, Montreal.
Suporkitoiidoul of UnmohoH, and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Halifax.
Branches I
Quebee-Montroal,   (Oltr   Offlco),   Monlroa
Wost Knd (Cor. Notre   Damo anil Hoi
neura Strootal: Westmount (Oor. Uroouo
Avenue and Bt. Catharines Street,
Ontario���Ottawa.
Newfoundland���St. John's,
Cnba, West Indira���Havana.
United Mates-New York (16 Miohando Plans
Republic, Wash.
BBAN05US IN BRITISH COLOMBIA,
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vaneonver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria.
1w���rtte!Tt��PV,k2'anaaa' "��s1Sn0-NaUonal Bhawmnt Bank.  CTile��c���Illinois
\Zh, ���]aS&fSSS*"  H_ ���������lMo-��lr8b NatlonM Bank.   London, Kn��.-U��"J,��
_?,,    I.",,. iK i PrfSC',_liro!1LL LyonnalH.   Bermuda- Hank of Bemiada.  tiufna and Ja
Wa-Hfc.ni Kong and Shanghai Banklnn Corporation.   Bnokane-UId National Bank.
Ooneiol i.'wikliiK Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of exchange   B��ll��:h
and Sold, Letters ol Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts reee.'ved ou the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on ipecto'
doposlte and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kytid, Manager, Nelson, B.C.

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