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Daily Edition No. 1314
Nelson,   British Columbia, Friday,  April ii, 1902
Eleventh  Year
St E.  Secures Right
Way  to   Grand
Woodford and Mrs. Woodford, of New
York, were in Winnipeg today, en
loute tu Japan where Mr. Woodford
goes on a diplomatic mission, sailing
from Vancouver next week by tbe C.
P. R. steamer. Mr, Woodford was
minister to Spain when the war was
declared by the United States.
Railway Company Pays $50.-
000 and Injunction Is
Orand Forks, April 10.���As the
result of a deal, whieh was closed here
today the induction proceedings instituted in the Supreme court to restrain
the Great Northern railway from
crossing the ranch of John A. Manly,
live miles below this city, have b>en
The land in question is vested in
the Vale Hotel Co., whose directors
adopted a resolution agreeing to dispose of the tract comprising 1,000
acres, the purchaser being the railway
company, and the compensation $r,0, ���
000. After the papers had Been signed
by the contracting parties, the purchase money was depcsited in the
Eastern Township's bank here to the
credit of the vendor. All obstacles to
the immediate extension ot the road
into Republic have beeu now removed.
Two weeks will probably be occupied
in excavating a cut un the Manly
property. The settlement just effected
disposed of one of tbe knottiest problems over encountered by J.J.Hill.
After the Yale Hotel company had
obtained an interim injunction restraining the railway from crossing
tne petitioner's lands, counsel for tbe
Great Northern \ppoaled to the full
court on a technicality, nnd on this it
was not sustained, tbe court ordering
the ease back to the trial judge for
hearing on the merits. The case was
pending when the settlement above
outlined was reached. Meantime the
Grand Forks Board of Trade having
taken up the matter and having
adopted resolutions, Chas. Curaings,
chairman of the railway committee cf
the hoard, proceeded to St. Paul. Ab
a result of his interviews with President Ilil'. several wesks ago Mr. Cuin-
ings returned to Grand Furks with
authority to negotiate a settlement.
The papers were signed in his presence this afternoon. Speculation
already is rife respecting the use Mr.
Uill will make of the ranch.
The formal opening of the Republic
and Grand Forks railway will take
place on Saturday next without fall.
The tracklayers laid two and one-half
miles of track today, rail head tonight
being Ave miles from Republic. Two
shifts are at work and the entire road
will he completed late tomoriow
Preparations Under Way to Explore
tho Ground Thoroughly.
Grand Fonts, April 10.���Tho British
Columbia Coal Co., Ltd., which has
acquired all the coal locations on tho
north fork of Kettle river, will undertake a vigorous policy of development
during the coming season. As soon
as the snow disappears a diamond
drill plant will be installed. It is the
intention of the directors to lose no
time in opening up the eoal measures,
aud ample capital will he available
for tbe purpose. A good wagon road
extends from Grand Forks to a point
85 miles lrom the coal fields, and it is
oxpected that the provincial government will grant an appropriation for
the completion   of   the   road   for   the
remainder of tin' distance.
The existence of eoal is no longer
regarded as problematical; nil that
temains to be done is to determine tne
extent and thickness of the various
ledges. Tho directors tfel confident
that inside of twelve months North
Fork coal will be shipped to Grand
Forks by rail. Two veins, three and
six feet wide respectively, have been
uncovered, while the surface showings
at other points on the SO,OOl) acres
controlled by the oompany are regarded as encouraging. With the diamond
drill it is proposed to install, absolute tests as to the extent aud permanency of the seams will soon he determined. Several thousand pounds of
the coal was brought here on a pack
train last fall. An analysis at tbe
Granby smelter g��ve tbe following
return: Fixed carbon, 7r>.3 per cent, ;
volatile matter, 22.0 per cent.; ash,
.'1.7 per cent.
A sample sent to the government
assay otlice, Victoria gave this result:
Fixed carbon 73.5 por oent.; volatile
matter, 18.7 per_ceut. and moisture,
1.8   per cent.
From this showing alone tbe north
fork coal is equal in quality to the.
product of the Crow's Nest mines. It
is of the bituminous variety and
admirably adapted for making coke.
If the nisoovery should prove as important as is anticipated, tho coal aud
coke from the north fork would, other
conditions being equal, he able to
displace the Crow's Nest ioal aud
eoke in the Uoundary as well as in a
muoh wider area of country. The
directors are mostly business men of
Nelson, B.C., including Hon. J. Fred
Hume, ex-minister of miles, J. 11.
Ellis and L. Ernst. The local representative on the board is Geo. A.
Fraser, of this city.
Mr. Harris, of British Chartered South African Company Received Dispatch Making That Announcement.
grapti Co., Irom Brusols, says the
troops called out in connection wilh
| the riots are in a state bordering on
I mutiny. Many of thc militia responded to the call to cclors, but are marching through tbu streets singing the
"Carmagnole" and the "Marseillaise." Great excitement prevails in
the industiial districts. Several
militiamen have been arrested for
insubordination and the regulars are
confined to tlieir barracks. Hall cart-
liges have been issued to the troops.
London Believes That Boer Leaders Have
Decided to Accept the Terms Offered by the British.
London April ii.���The Central News is informed that
a telegram was received in London this morning from Pretoria saying tliat Mr. Steyn and Generals Dewet and Botha
had agreen upon terms of peace. The telegram indicates
that the British terms have been accepted and that peace
has been arranged.
Unconfirmed statements regarding peace negotiations
were in circulation in London last night. It is said that
Frederick Rutherford Harris, ex-secretary of thc British
Chartered South African Co., has received a telegram to
the same effect but nothing of an official or really reliable
nature concerning the matter was then known
Manila Editors Suffer for Exposing Rampant Corruption.
Public Meeting Petitions President to Suspend Sedition Law.
Rumor That War Eagle Will Purchase
Trail Smelter Denied.
Trail, April 10���Many rumors have
heen current lately in connection with
the Trail smelter. Concerning these
the Trail Creek News has made most
careful inquiry as the result of which
it is justified in stating positively
that there have been no negotiations
whatevot for the purchase of tbe smelter by tbe War Eagle or any other
company and no changes in management or staff aro contemplated. Improvements have been constantly in
progress and full operations are dependent only on regular shipments of
Fatal Ending of Row lietweeu
Spaniaid and an Italian.
Sudbury, Ont.,April 10.���On Sunday
an Italian was killed by a Spaniard
at Copper 311 ff. Tho former accused
the latter of having opened his love
letters, and came to town armed with
a revolver and Infant on doing damage to his adversary. The Italian
fired at the Spaniard and wounded
liira in the breast. In the meantime the Spaniard drew a knife
und plunged it into the heart of
assailant killing him Instantly.
United States Embassy Knows Nothing of Prince's Visit to New York.
London, April 10.���A member of thc
United States embassy here was questioned today with regard to the statement issued from London and published in the United States that the
Prince uf Wales has received an invitation from the New York Chamber of
Commerce, through Lord Brassey,
president of thc London Chamber of
Commerce, to pay a visit to America.
Tbe member of the embassy replied
that this lnvitution could only be
accepted through the embassy whili,
up to today, had heard nothing from
there. Tho embassy discredited tho
Distinguished Men Pay Last
Tribute to   Empire
Boer  Peace  Conference
Be Clven Every Latitude.
Minister     Woodford     Formerly      at
Madrid Going to Tar East.
Winnipeg, April 10.���lion.   Stewart
Socialists Stone Churches and Cafes
and   Polioe Use Their Bayonets.
Brussels, April 10.���11 p.m.���Serious
conllicts between the   rioters  and
lice in which ovor 30   persons
wounded, including women and children, occurred here tonight in the
vicinity of the Maison du Peuple. The
Socialists paraded the streets, smashing windows of churches and cafes,
tiring revolvers and sieging revolutionary sons. The police used their
bayonets injuring several and arresting others.
Halifax.  April 10.���A large  number
of officers of   Third   Royal   Canadians
doing duty here have   volunteered   for
duty in Smith Atrica
Manila, April 1.���Excitement prevails here on account of the arrest of
the editor and proprietor of Freedom,
a local publication, who is charged
with sedition in publishing recently
an article from au Amerioan periodical with which the editor of Freedom
agreed and to which he added remarks
of his own, censuring the United
States commission's rule and saying
that when it staited in .Inly last every
paper in the eity upheld it, since
which they have all dropped by the
wayside as they would not support
arbitrary government, "especially
when evidences of carpet bagging and
rumors of graft were too thick to be
The    main   charges   were   that   in
many cases the Filipino  office holders
are rascals,   and that the   commission
has   exalted   to the highest   positions
Filipinos who nre notoriously corrupt.
The   editors  of the Volcano have also
been arrested on a suit of the   government   for   demanding the removal  of
the   judge   who   recently tried   Senor
Valdez, the editor of a   local   Spanish
paper,   who was fined 4,000 pestos for
libelling two Filipino members
the  editor
sedition law.
These proceedings have aroused the
entire press of Manila and its representatives met today and resolved to
send a committee to the commissioners to argue against tho injustice of
the proceedings. The meeting also
determined to send a cable message to
Prosident Roosevelt urging him to
take steps to prevent the commission
from using the sedition law in such
cases to prove lese majeste against
editors. The meeting, which was
enthusiastic   and largely   attended by
lawyers,   doctors   and   others,     then
In the province, up to date, a total
of 3,224 cases of cholera and 3,160
deaths from that disease, have been
reported. In Manila the cholera total
are 200 oasos and 100 deaths.
London, April 10.���The war secretary, Mr, Broderick, in the house of
commons today, referring to tho press
advices from South Africa said
Schalkburger, Reitz, Luea Meter and
Jacobs had been joined at Lockdorp
by General Ilotha and added that
Steyn, Dewet, Delarey and three other
members of the late Orange government arrived at the same place yesterday. No communication, Mr. Broderick further said, had been received
from the Boer leaders except regarding safe conducts for the participators
in the conference. Tho colonial secretary, Mr. Chamberlain, added the information that no limit had been
fixed for the expiration of tho safe
couduct���these would be extended so
Ion'* as the negotiations, wore in progress, after which the delegates would
be allowed to return to tlieir respective districts without hindrance.
At Cecil Rhodes' memorial service
King Edward was represented by
General Godfrey Clerk, Ilia Majesty's
groom in waiting, and Sir Wynn-
Carrington, represented the Prince of
Wales. Jos. II. Cboate. the United
f the 'States ambassador;   J.  Pierpont Mor-
Remains of Cecil Rhodes Deposited in
Its Rock Hewn Tomb.
Hiiluwayo. Matabclcland, April 10.
���Todiy amid an immense throng of
soldiers, civilians and natives, Ihe
body of Cecil Rhodes was coramtitted
to Its rook tomb in the Matappo hills.
The coffin was shrouded in a Union
Jack and the wreath sent by Queen
Alexandra wns laid upon it, as it was
lowered into tho grave.
The funeral party started frum Fnl-
lor's hotel early this morning. Tho
piocession was five miles long as it
wound through the hills and goiges.
Every sort of conveyance was made
use ol, some were on foot. When the
procession was a mile trom the grave,
everybody dismounted and concluded
the journey on foot. Twelve oxen
hauled the coffin to the almost inaccessible summit of the kopje where
too chief Shombli, Faku ami Umgulu
and 2,000 natives had assembled to
witness the Christian burial rites,
which they afterwards supplemented
in their own fashion, by the sacrifice
of l.r> oxen to the shade of the great
dead chief. Thousands of persons con.
gregated around the wind swept hill.
The grave was encircled by six
boulders. Tho interment was extremely impressive.
The Dead March echoed throughout
tho hills and the nativns stood like
statutes. Tears in the eyes of many
onlookers. Tho Bishop of Mashona-
land who conductod the burial service
said: "I consecrate this place forever, for here he thought, here he
lived and died for the empire."
When the coffin was lowered into
thc tomb, chiselled in the solid rock
all those present sang Old Hundred
and Now the Laborer's Tusk is O'er.
The remainder of the funeral service
was ebanted and the band played thu
Dead March in Saul. The tomb was
covered with wreaths. At the close
of the ceremony those present slowly
inspected the spot where Mr. Rhodes
lies buried, and threw flowers upon
his grave. Dr. Jameson, Col. Francis
Rhodes and all ol the othoi mourners
left Buliiwayo tonight ou a special
Edgar Dewdney's Report Not
Favorable  to Hope
Proceedings Begun  to  Secure Release of Joo
Victoria, April 10.���A   vote   of censure  on   the   government   for failure
to    hold   the   by   election   in   North
Victoria   was   defeated   by   ls to   10,
K idd and Oliver not voting.
Premier Donsmuir's evidence hefor��
the Royal commission   was completed
today and the   commission   adjourned
until Monday.
A benefit concert   for the wives  and
children of the men lost on the Condor
here last night, realized $000,
_______ t. -
Victoria, April 10.���Thc report of
Hon. Ldgar Dowdney, Who made a
survey of the route through the Hope
mountains for the proposed railway
from the coast to the interior of British Columbia, south of the C. P.It.,
was submitted lo tho legislature
today. The report is a very exhasutive
one. In it Mr. Dowdney says: Thu
result of the surveys shows that the
Hope mountains cannot be crossed
without encountering serious engineering difficulties, which would
necessitate a very large expenditure of
money, and I know ot nothing so
pressing, in the way of development
along any line that might bo determined on, to warrant its construction.
Outside of a few prospeots that have
been biongbt in by mineis. there is
nothing at present to give encouragement for this expenditure, except the
existence of some very line timber on
the west slope.
Habeas Corpus proceedings have
been instituted to obtain the release
of Jos. Genelle, arrested on a telegram
from Dawson, charged with piociiring
the burning of the river steamers
O lenora and Moann.
The new river steamer for the Hudson Hay Co. for service on the htikeeu
river wus launched today.
anc   who is now trying
if   Freedom   under    th
with tho   fourth
London,   April    10.���Rev.    II.      W.
Williams, well known Methodist min
liter, ia dead.
gan ; Joseph Chamberlain, tbe colonial
secretary; the Duke of Ahercorn,chairman of thu llritish Chartered South
Africa Co.; Earl Gray, a director of
the British South Africa Co. ; Lord
Knutsfcrd, a former secretary of state
for the colonies; lord Roberts; the
Duke of Fife, Lord Tweedraouth, William St. John Broderick, the secretary
if stale for war; Uobert Asquith.forni-
ei I v home secretary ; Lord James, at
one time attorney-general; A. J. Hal*
four, lhe government loader in the
House of Commons; Lord Halsbury,
the lord high chancellor, and othtr
members of the cabinet and of the
oob'lity, Lady Sarah Wilson, Mr. and
Mrs. W. T Stead, General Booth, of
tho Salvation A��� my, tho Vice-Chancellor of Oxford, and the Dean ol Oriel
college representing the university
and the Lord mayor, the sheriffs of
London, the corpoiation of London,
and all colonial agcnts-in-gencial,
paid their last tribute to the dead.
A despatch to   Iho   Exchange   Tele-
Charles Yerkes Finally Obtains His
Concessions in London.
London, April 10.���This, said
Charles Yerkes, to a representative of
the Associated Press today, is a grand
finish of six months' work. Mr.
Yerkes referred to tho arrangement
just completed by which Speyor
Brothers, ot London, and Speyer and
Cu., of New York, and the Old Colony
Trust Co., of Boston, torm a new company with ��7>,000,000 capital for the
purpose of carrying out Mr. Yerkes'
electric underground concessions in
The Associated I ress Icarus the now
company will increase its capital to
��1.1,000,000. Mr. Yerkes will be
chairman, but the Spcyers and the
Old Colony Trust Co. will have a controlling intreest. They will name the
directors who will he all Engish except Mr. Yerkes and Mr. Abbott, ol
the Old Colony TiUBt Co. The capital
will be privatly subscribed in London
and New York,
Sensational    Developments Regarding
Appointment of An Engineer.
Ilrnctfoid, April 10.���Major. II.
Lemore is dead, aged si. Sixty-three
years ago ho founded the Brantford
Courier which bo ran up to 12 year
Henri Lemore made the charge that
Cific Sanitary Engineer Doro had
paid $2,",0u for his appointment. As a
denial, Dore brought a charge of
criminal libel against Lemore. The
trial was concluded toduy when tho
jury rendered tie verdiet "not
guilty" against Lemore, finding that
his statement wus justified by facts.
The city council will now hold un investigation iuto the circumstances of
lloro's appointment and some sensational Developments aro promised.
Some Dissatisfaction Felt That Profits
Are Not Larger.
London, April 10.���At the meeting
of the shareholders of the Cunard
steamship line today, a shareholder
declared that after years of mismanagement the publio despaired of tho
company, and another shareholder
urged the directions to consider, in
view of the steamship amalgamations
now occurring, a bid for the shares at
pBr. Sir William Forwood, the director of the Cunard Steamship Co.,
declared the shares worth much more
than par and said that no other British steamship company stood in a
sounder financial position. After
much disousHtou the report declaring
a four per cent, dividend was adopted.
Tho Navigator of Airships  Arranging
For Exhibition in St. Louis.
New York. April 111.���Albert
Santos Dumont. builder and navigator
of airships, urrived here today on tbe
liner Deutschland. Ho coinei, to the
United States to discuss plans for hu
exhibition of aerial navigation with
the managers of St. Louis exposition
and will be in the country for three
weeks. He will do no Hying during
this  visit.
'���I hope to see New York the permanent air port of the world before I
pass away," he said in talking of the
future ot the air ship. "I have no
doubt boi that in time, that is, il I
get tin' proper encouragement and
help, aerial navigation will be nn accomplished fact. 1 have no doubt
but that I will live to sec passengers
transported by airships across the
Atlantic from New York Io Paris,
have not patented my ahship in this
country and I do not intend to. I
want other men to take my ideas and
improve on them if they can."
Santos [liiinonl is a unlive of Brazil
but holds out lis is nn Americau, Nklson  Daily Miner,   Friday,  April ii,  1902
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During   tbo   speeches on the budget
in parliament on April 1st Dr. Arthur
S. Kendall in   replying   to opposition
criticism    said   that   the whole house
knew of tho great development in   tbe
coal industry in Cape Ureton,   but Dr.
Kendall   said   it   was   not  generally
known that on the Inverness shore   of
Cape   Breton   Messrs. Mackenzie   and
Mann     owned   coal   deposits    whieh
would before many years equal in out
pnt   the   mines at Sydney.    While believing   that   the   duty upon coal was
in   reality   a   loss   to the country, he
would not, so long as   the  tariff   was
framed nnon present lines,agree to the
duty being taken off.   To do so would
be   to save a   large sum   annually   to
the peoplo of Ontario,    who   now sent
large quantities of their produce   and
manufactures   to   the   Maritime prov-
niMB,    upon which the manufacturers
enjoyed the benefits of protection, bnt
tiiey took nothing in   return from the
Maritime   provinco.       At   the   same
time, Dr. Kendall said, the coal operators were taxing everybody too much
for their coal.      Be believed that   the
Intercolonial   railway last  year  paid
ffSUU.oOO   more   for the fuel   consumed
than   ought   to have beon paid.     The
8,000,000 of peoplo   from   Montreal   to
the   Atlantic   coast were at the mercy
of tho coal producers, an d the government must face the difficulty.    He had
been   assuied   bv   two   eminent  and
practial       mining     engineers       that
wheieas   in   Cope Ureton the   mining
companies charge If^.iiO to $9,90 per ton
for coal,   the governmont could   mine
tbat coal and put it on the oars for   $1
per   ton.     And   on   the mainland, in
I'ictou   and     Cumberland    counties,
where it now cotts $3 or 83 15,it could
be mined and placed   on   tbe   cars   at
81.25   p��r   ton.      If   the   inineowners
persisted   in   Reaping   up  prices   Dr.
Kendall     suggested    that     the   provisions   of   the   Crow's Nest   railway
bargain with respect to   the   price  ot
coal formed a precedent whieh   might
be followed with advantage   in   Nova
Scotia and Cape Breton.
It   will   he remembered during  the
" crusade   wbich   was   in   progress   in
January   and   February   and part   of
March, which was engineered with so
much energy by the  Canadian   Pacific
railway, and thut portion of the press
and   publio   that was under ItB domination,   the   object   of which was  to
secure for an allied company of the C.
P.R, thc   government resorve   of  eoal
lands   in   the  (row's Nest Pass,   and
wbich as directed against  the   Crow's
Nest Southern railway and the Crow's
Nest Coal Co., that considerable of an
effort   wus  made   to produce the im-
pruHsion on the public mind   that   the
prices of coal and coke at Foruio were
higher   than   they   should   be.    At   a
meeting   of tho Nelson board of trade
resolutions wore adopted advising tlie
Dominion government to open up   the
coal reserves held by it in the Crow's
Nest basin, and in favor of the reduction oi the price of fuel.   One  of   the
arguments used at that time wan that
tho prioe of coal was cheaper in Nova
Stotia than it is in llritish   Columbia
The  price   of conl free on board the
furs   at   Fernie   is $3 per ton.   while
according to   Dr.    Kendall the mining
companies   at   Cape Breton    in   Nova
Scotia   chargo   from $'i.(10 to $2.(10 per
ton.      In   Pieton     and     Cumberland
counties in Nova Scotia   coal   costs $3
to $8,16 per ton.    It must   be remembered, in connection with these prices,
that     tho   oost   of   lahor,     supplies,
machinery and everything used in and
about conl mines   is much   higher   at
tho   mires   of   the  Crow's Nest   Pass
than tbey are in Nova Scotia. In fact,
it hns r.ocn estimated that   coal can be
mined in Nova   Scctia at least 50   per
cent, cheaper llian iu the   Crows' Nest
l'a���s,   and   despite   this   fact coal   is
cheaper at Fernie than it   is in   Nova
Bootia.      What really makes the  coal.
cost  so  much  to  thc Kootenay eon-.
sumers is the exorbitant transportion
rates changed by the Canadain Pacific
railway for its haulage. The facts
brought out by Di. Kendall should
put to confusion those who brought
forward the argument that coal was
cheaper in Nova Scotia than it is in
Uritish Columbia and shows how far
the henchmen and adherents of the
Canadian Pacific railway will go
whtn tbey desire to make a po'nt for
the monopoly they serve.
Now that tho remains of Hev. II.
Irwin, "Father Pat," have heen laid
to rest in that city with which he had
so many tender associations and
beside thoso of his beloved wife, who
was tbe sun of bis life, the question
of the perpetuation of his memory in
the Kootonays,where he was so highly
honored and loved, will no doubt be
taken up. His relatives have decided
upon a memorial hospital, which is in
entire keeping witb the unselfish life
ho lived. One cannot but thiok tbat
had he been obliged to choose a memorial for himself the hospital is what
would have undoubtedly selected,
tnough he would have in his dislike
of ostentation, deprecated the idea
that his work were worthy of any
commemoration. The sum that has
been subscribed toward a memorial
has been raised to a laige extent
among those who revereo him on
account of his labors on behalf of
suffering humanity ratner than for
his devotion to the church ot which he
was a worthy servant. One of bis
cherished schemes for the comfort of
his fellowmen who might be without
the home surroundings was a club
building al which any who wished
might spend their sputa time pleasantly and free from the temptations
which commonly abound iu other
places of resort. With this end in
view he procured the promise, if not
the gift, oi a site and steadily he was
working toward the raising of the
nece.-sary raaans to the carrying <:ut of
his object.
Now tbat he has been called hence
before he was able to accomplish this
work, ii seems most fitting that tbis
task he set himself to should be
carried through by others. In every
town of any size in British Columbia,
particularly in the Kootenays there is
need of such an institution. The
memorial club must necessarily be
located in one town, whose inhabitants will reap the benefit, but the
example of the good which oan be accomplished would instigate those of
other places to work toward tne erection of similar institutions. Such a
club would be more lasting and nave
more meaning than entablatures or
stained windows and no more fittingly
oould his unselfish life and works be
held up as an example to others. If
bis relatives would entertain the
idea and the site for the hospital be
selected in the upper country, the
addition of a wing for some particular
class of hospital work would also be
most seemly.
A demand has sprung up for molybdenite, and inquiries are being made
by a London (England) firm as to the
possible supply. Its great value can
he appreciated when it is known that
its selling price is $600 a ton. As an
electrode it ranks very high, and is a
good substitute tor platinum in electrical work.
One of Canaaa's most notable captains of industry passed away when
ox-Senator A. W. Ogilvie died in
Montreal on March 2. Mr. Ogilvie
was of the type of man who accomplishes results in whatever field of
life they occupy and was a leading
figure in public life aud business in
the Dominion ; in fact, the people of
Canada are much indebted to him lor
his successful buslnoss enterprise.
Mr. Ogilvie was born in St. Michael,
Quebec, in 1839, and waa educated in
Montreal. Ir 1852 he was taken into
the flour milling business by hit
uncle,the late James Ooudie. On Mr
Ooudie's retirement in 1854 he founded
the house of A. W. Ogilvie and Co.,
grain merchants and proprietors ol the
(Ilnora flour mills, Lechine oanal.
lie retired from the firm In 1874, Having taken in as partners hiB two
younger hrotheis, John and W. W.
Ogilvie, the latter of whom afterwards became sole proprietor He
was connected with many of Canada's
leading commercial enterprises and
died regretted, by a large circle of
Sir William Van Home, rogarding
the matter from tho point of view of
the C.P.R., does not think favorably
of the Railway commission proposed
by Professor McLean, fays the Mone-
dtary Times. He thinks the Privy
oouncil ot Canada forms, tor this pnr-
pso, the best attuinablo tribunal.
This may be taken as settling a question on which there has beeu hitherto
some doubt. When the late Mr. McCarthy first proposed, in parliament,
the establishment of a Hallway commission, tnere were people who
thought it might be done in accordance with tbe desire of the C P.lt. Tbo
HOSIERY���Ladies' fine Cotton Hosiery.
Hermsdorf Black, doabU heel aud
toe, H pairs for 60o.
Ladles' fine Lisle Thread, high spliced
heel and toe, double side, Hermsdorf black, warranted stainless, H
pairs for 81.00
Ladies' Black Lisle Lace Hose, extra
special ode
Ladies' extra fine Lisle Thread Hosiery,
double sole, silky finish, per pr, l.e.
3 specials in Children's Hosiery, Plain
and Ribbed, 15c, liOo,, U5c. per
RAINY DAYS-That is nothing new but
our Rainy Day Skirts ate new.
Oxford Grey Freize Skirts, five rows
Btitcbing, Hudson's Bay make 80.50
Black Freize Skirls, with white stitch
ing, 0 in. hem, well mudo $6,00.
have the very latest stjles three
quarter and full length. Lowest
price *SU.5o.
Covers from
''"ic. to 811. oO.
Drawers from 40c. to $.150
Night Robes from 75c. to SO.Oo
Skirts from 75c. to $900.
See our Colored Slip Waists.
Hudson's Bay Stores
1 Fred Irvine 8 Co.
Cs    House Cleaning time has arrived mid we have onr usual complete
0\ lines to meet the requirements cf the season.
j! Axminster. Velvet, Brussels. Tapestry, Wool and ��
Vi     Ingrain Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums and Oil l
�� .      Cloths, Window Shades, Curtain Poles and j
s| Trimmings, Large Assortment of Beau- l
tiful Lace   Curtains,  Tapestry 2
and Chenille Curtains <;
that  will t.eautify any home.    Out stock as heretofore is  most i
complete in all lines. J
great railway companies would probably have tne ambition to control the
Railway commission, if we had one
and it is not certain that there would
be no danger from that source. If
there were a Railway commission,
more prompt attention might some-
timos bu got to complaints which are
now carried to the Railway committee
of the Privy council; though it is
proper to say that there is very little
to the debit of the Railway committee, under this head. The chances are
that Prufessor McLean's recommendation will remain without being acted
upon for some time. It is proposed
that the Railway commission should
make independent enquiries, whicb
the Parliamentary Railway committee
cannot do. The latter can only act
upon cases brought before it. In some
respects, the Railway and Canal commission of England would be a better
model to copy than the American
Interstate commission.
Real Estate. Fire and Life Insurantt
Money to Loan.
$800���Five roomed house and two
lots on Mill street, good garden,
fenced. Terms $400 cash, easy terms
for balance.
$550���House 14x2:; and 'Improved lot
on Victoria street, clear title.
S275���Good huilding lot and shack
on Carbjnato street. Terms cash 8151),
balance easy terms.
$1:!0���A four roomed house on C.P.R.
land, betweon Cedar and Park street.
82:2.50���Six roomed house on corner
lots on Front street. All modern
818.���Five roomed house on corner
of Stanley and Observatory streeta.
Just reoalsomined. Modern conveniences.
$12.���Four rcomed cottage on Stan-
icy street, elose to Observatory.
OAfiB -MEALS a la 0AETE.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spikane Falls and Northern Railway,
D rect connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points East and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:40 -i-Jm
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:20 a-m
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 800 pm.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound,
During the seasi in of navigation East
bound trains oomioot at Dututh with
Lhe magnificent stoamships North West
and North-Land of' heNorthern Steamship Company Lino, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further information, aps, fold
era, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Ry., Kaslo & Blocar
Ry., Koote] at Railway Sc Navigation
Cc, or to
Oity Pivsb. and Tkt   Agt, W 7ol W,
Riverside Ave,, Spokane. Wash.
G. K, TAOKABURY. Local Agent,
Nelson B O
Lawrence Hardware Go.
The FiBhing season is now open and we invite our friends and patrons to
inspect our large and oomplete Block of
Rods, Reels, Casts, Flies, Fly Books, Lines, Fishing Baskets, Trolling Spoons
Guns and Ammunition
XLbelRc^alUBank of Ganaba
Capital! Aulhnrliril,
Incorporated 1869.
K.;!,iMie,(MKi.eu |  Capital raid-up,     ,    .    .     a��,ooo,<��o.oo
Kent. ���l,l(MI,(Wll.ug
Board of Director!    Thomas K. Kenny,  President;   Thomas P.ltohlo. Vice-President
W'Uuv Smith, H.G. Bauld, Hon. David Mankeen.
Head Office, Halifax 1
Uonoral Managor, Edson L. Pease, Montroal.
Superintendent uf Branches.   W. H, Torrauoe, Montreal
Branched t
Nova Scotia���Halifax Ilranch, AnuVonl'-r'
Brldgewater, Cftrsquet, Giiysboro, Lon
donderry, l.un mbum. Maitland, (Hanui
Co.), Plctou, Port HawkOHbury, Sydney.
Hhubenacadie, Truro, Weymouth.
New Brmuwlek ��� Bathurst. Dalhoinde
Dorohemei Fredericton,    Monoton,   Now
castle, Hexton  (Kent,  Co.l, Hack villa
P. _. Isli.n.i���Charlotlnlown. Surnmemldo,
Quebec���Montreal, It'll/ iOtncel, Montroa
West ICml (Cor. Notre Dame and SoIk-
nenrs Streeta); Weatmount (Cor, Greeuo
Avenue and St. Catharines Btreet,
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cuba. Went Indira��� Havana.
United Slate* - Now York (16 iCrchamo Plaoi
Republic, Wash.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vanconver
Vanconver East End, Victoria,
Correspondent!! t
Canada���Merchants Bank of Canada.   Ronton���Nationa   8hawmut Rank.   Chicago���Illinois
Trust and Savings Bank.   Ban I'ranclitco��� Nevada National Bank.   London, Bug.-Bank  of
Scotland.   Paris, franco-Credit Lyonuala.   Bermuda���Bank of Bermuda.   China and Japan��� Hour Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Spokane���Old National Bank.
Geneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills ol Exchange  Bough
and Sold, Loiters of  Credit, Eto., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on sper.in
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd. Manager, Nelson, B.C.
B Be Sure and Get the Genuine. 3
| Lawrence Hardware Company |
B Sole Agents, Nelson, B. C. ~3
Certiticate of Improvements
Drum Lommon Mineral Claim, situ-
nte in the Nelson Miuing Division of
West Kootenny District.
Where loonteu : On Craig Mountain,
Take nolice that I, J. D. Anderson,
P. L. 8., ot Trail, B. O., agent for
P. Bums, Free Minei's Certificate No. B50522, intend, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Orown Grant of the
above claim.
And further take notioe that aotion,
under section HI, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 14th day of Marob
A  D. 1902. T. n. ANDERSON
For domestic or steam use.
A   full   supply  always  on
Rates to   all  railway and
lake points
General Agent,
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two  doors   west
C.P.R. offices.
obtained in all oountrieB
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
Over Wnllnce A Nlllcr'it, llnkor St.
Hnd try a bottle, a dozen, or a barrel of
QALQARY BEER aa it Is the bent und
?iV!l����.Hi . .��><> mnrtati. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
Tnlcohono 93 Baker St. Nelaon
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
Roses, Bulbs
Agricultural Implements, Bee Supplies, Fruit Baskets, Fertilizers,
Catalogue Free. "
M.  J.   HENRY
30i)0 Westminster Road, Vanconver,B. 0
Cei'tiiicite ot* Improvements
Allen Mineral Olnim Ritunte in tbe
Nel ion Mining Division of West Kootenny District.
V'liere looated���On the divide between Sheep nnd Lost Greeks, IU miles
fron Salmon Siding.
TAKE NOTIOE that, I, N. F. Towns-
end, acting as agent for J. W. Thompson. Free Miner's Certificate No. B___l.
intend sixty days from tbe date hereof
to apply to Ihe Mining Kecorder for a
ceriilicute of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Grown Grant of the
above olaim,
And further take notioe thut action
under section H7, must be commenced
beforo the issuance of suoh certificate ot
Dated this 2nd day of November, A.
D., t80l N.F. TOWNSEND.
Spokane Falls Sl
Northern R'v.
Nelson Sl Fort
Sheppard RY
Red Mountain R'v.
Between Nelson and Spokane
Nelson to Seattle
Nelson to Vancouver
Nelson to Victoria
Certificates of Improvements
Queen, Niagara, Lewiston, and Burlington (Fractional), mineral cliiimn
situate in the " elsnn Mining Division of
West Koutenay District.
Where located��� On Wolf ?reeV, a
brunch of Sheep Creek, which is a tributary of Salmon River.
Take Notioe that I, William Waldie,
F. M. C. BriiKKO, for myself and ns ug int
for John A. Turner. F. M. O. B50150.
and Michael Scully, Free Miner's Certilicate No. B5UO0O, intend 60 dayB
from tbe date hereof, to apply to tbe
Mining Recorder for certificates of
improvements, for the pnrpose of obtaining Orown Grants of the abov��
And further take notioe tbat aotion,
nnder seotion 87 muBt be oommenoed
before tne issnanoe of suoh Certificates
of Improvements.
Dated tbis 18th day of February,
A. D. 1902.
21 hours
26 hours
26 hours
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
9:20 a.m Spokane 7:15 p.m
12:25 p.m Rossland 4:30 p.m
10:30 a.m....Mountain 5'59 p. in,
9 :10 a. m Nelson 0:45 p. ni.
H. A. JACKSON, (i. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Waao
Agent, Nelson, B.
F. O. GREEN        Y. B. CLEMENT,)
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Cor. Kootenay & Victoria Sts. Nelson
P. O. Box 145 Telephone !<U
J- 0. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc-,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Stw Nelson. B. C
Kootenay Railway  and Na
Company, Ltd.
Shortest and qulokogt routo to tho oa^t onA ftl
points on .ho 0.11. Sc N. nud Northorn l'��
ulilo Katlwuys ln WoablnKuiu, Oregon and
Southern States.
Time Card Effective Nov. 10. 1901
Easlo & Slocan By-
8:30 a. m, Lv,
10:55 p.m. Ar.
Ar. 1:00 p.m
Lv. 1:15 P. m
Int Nav- & Trading Oo
6:00 p. m. Lv. NelBon Ar. 10:30 ft. m-
9:10 p.m. An Kaslo Lv.7:00��. "'���
Connootlng at Five Mile Point with Noton
_ Fort "hoppard Railway both to and (row
RoeBiand, oto.
Tlckots sold to all parts in United 8tftlo�� nn*
Canada via Groat Northorn and O. R> �� "
Co.'s lino*. , ,   -
Oooan steamship tlokots nnd rntoH vl ��
lnos will befunilHhod on appllcntlon.
For further particulars oall on or ftddroos
Mummer. Ka��lo,fl, u
0, K. T*O*UB0BV Ageut, Nelsou ". C, Nelson   Daily Miner, Frijay, Avril ii,  1902
���,^���������������������4 **************
The Burlington Mining and Milling
Co., operating the Iron Horse mine en
Ten Milo, was incorporated last week
in Spokane. The company will re-
Bume work on tbe property an soon
as matters can be arranged to do so.
tlcorge W. Hull, geneial manager
of the Sullivan Group Mining Co., is
in the city buying supplies, and en
route (or Grand Forks to participate
in tho opening of the Republic and
(Irand Folks railway. Mr. Hull reports that work is in full blust ou tbe
Sullivan smelter at Marysvillle and
expects that, it will be blown in by
���July 1. Machinery is coming to hand
every day and is being put in position
us mpiilly as possible.
Tho final payment on tho Eva and
Highland Mary claims in the Lardeau
was made yesterday by the Imperial
Development Syndicate to A.F. ltosen-
ln'i'ger.the amount being $8,000. This
property was located two years ego
and development has been prosecuted
on it since with very encouraging
results. Tbo company has 1- men at
work at present, and at the annual
meeting of the directors held in February it was announced in the manager's report that the property was in
a most satisfactory condition. The
group is now entirely paid fur witb
the exception ot a small payment to
be  made on tbe Cholla claim.
Among tbe copper properties in the
vicinity of Nelson which is likely to
ba operated soon is the Queen Victoria
mine which is situated noar lleasley
siding on the Columbia and Kootenay
railway, and only 1.400 feet from the
railway track. This property bas as
large a surface showing as the famous
Hritannia mine that was considered
the largest of the province. The ore
crops out on a bluff and the development work so far done shows already
a body of ore 400 feet by 300 feet by 150
foet. This ore has abont the average
value of tliat of the Le Roi. This
mine only awaits the investment of
sufficient capital to make it ono of the
great mines of the provinco.
Cbas. A.Sandiford states that a new
company has been formed in England
to work tho Wakefield, and operations
w'll commence in May, probably
with Ward Macdonald as foreman,
says the New Denver Ledge. He also
received a cablegram Saturday to ship
100 tons more of zinc ore to Antwerp
from the Hosun, with the assurance of
a permanent contract if the ore ruus
well iu ?inc. Mr. Sandiford states
that the report in a Sandon paper
about himself and fatker having been
let out by the Northwest Mining Syndicate is ino irrect. W. H. Sandiford,
he saj'B, will return to New Denver
about the middle of May or sooner if
the nrico of lead advances.
can offer sufficient inducements to
bring Mr, Warde and his big company
to Nelson for three nights. Mr. Annable and Mr. furry ln order not to
disappoint the public who have looked forward to this engagement in anticipation of a great dramatic treat
are straining every effort to organize
theatre putties from the outlying districts and to augment the local io-
terett iu this event. Il looks probable that their elTrts wili be successful. It is to be hoped that they will
for Mr. Warde is conceded now to lie
the greatest exponent of the Snakes*
nerian and olauic drama in America,
and his compauy is the strongest that
has ever been organized in the support of n single star: moreover, bis
scenic productions of each and every
piny are uoi only elaborate but complete in every detail. If arrangements
are concluded the plays presented here
will be IJ'Euery's romantic drama
���'Uolpbegor, The      Montebanh,"
Shakespeare's historic tragedy "Julius
Caesar" and that bard's sublime
drama "King Lear," wliioh is quoted
by the American critics as Mr.
Warde's masterpiece.
West Kootenay Butcher Co*
Ailvcrt ir-nnmiii.- tnHerted under un- head ;.i
the rate of one ce:it a word per Insertion. No
advertisement) taken for lest- than 25 cenU.
Situation Wanted advertlHomenta inserted
three Union freo of charge.
FOR   RENT   CHEAP���Twenty-three
bedrooms   and   newly fitted dining
room in good hotel centrally   looated!
Apply X. V. /., Miner olllee.
FOR SALE���Two good lots with six
roomed house, bath, hot and cold
water, wired ior electric light, if-'OO
cash, balance easy terins. Apply Id.
and M. liird.
TO LKT-Aftcr   May
hotel,   Front street.
Mtllington, Kaslo.
st the   Central
Apply Samuel
Urushos���Morley      and
Ilnme.���J. Bowes, Victoria; Mrs.
Everett. A. Wallager, New Denver;
,lohn Kelly, Spokane; W. J. lllundell
and wife, Winnipeg: A. T. Ahrens,
Seattle: Arthur Y. Warde, Frederick
Warde Co. ; John Love, Winnipeg.
Phair.���Robert living, Alex Smith,
Kaslo: T. C. Thompson, Fernie: Y.
_. Wilkinson, New York; A. D. Huy-
mer, Chicago;; C. B. Donning, Miss
Paulson, Miss Birne, Spokane.
Madden���John Long, RoBsland ;
Alec McDougall, Ymir; M. C. Monag-
nan, Granite: H. E. Mitchell, H.
Lougheed and wile, (irand Forks.
Giand Central���H. E. Mitchell,
Orand Forks: E. M. Levine, Slocan
City, Joe. Hanson, Lardo; John A.
Smith, F. Badetz, Rossland,
ljuuen's��� A. L. McLean, Spokano,
Mr. Gallilier Has No   Hope For   Duty
on Lead This Year.
The regular meeting of tbe board of
trade was held last evening in the
board rooniB. In the absence of the
piesident and vice-president, ,1. M.
Lay was appointed to the chair. After
tbe reading of the minutes a number
of commuications were read by the
secretary. Among these was one from
W. A. Qalliber, M.P., stating that
the matters of a mail car between
Nelson and Midway and of a Daily
mail service between Nelson and
Medicine Hat were under consideration by tne department and would
probably be attended to shortly. Rc-
gatdiog the memorial asking for certain changes in the lead duties Mr.
Oulliher stated that there was no hepe
of anythiug being done this session as
it had been resolved that no changes
would be made in the tariff till the
next session. He said that he hoped
that tne matter would be taken up by
all the boards of trade in tbe Kootenays, as it was of tbe most vital importance to the distriot.
It was pointed out in the clause of
the act relating to the incorporation
of boards of trades a change is made
by adding tbat it shall be possible to
form a board of.trade in any town or
oity having a population of 2,SCO or
more, except ia llritish Columbia,
where 1,500 shall be sufficient.
A letter was read from the New
Westminster board relating to the fees
now oharged in the county court, and
asking concerted action to havo them
reduced to a more reasonable basis.
A letter was reao from the Atlin
board in regard to the influx of
Japanese and Chinese labor into that
A letter was read from Thoburn
Allan, tendering his resignation as
vice-president of tho board owing to
his contemplated removal to Culgary.
On motion of W. A. Macdonald,
seconded by T.Morley, tho resignation
was accepted with regret.
On motion of Mr Morley, seconded
by Y. Starkey, it was decided that the
secretary should be instructed to write
to the post offlce department in regard
to the transmission of bonded mail
from the onstoin house to (he post-
office, and vice versa, for which at
present there is no provision, leading
to delay.
FOR SALE.���Very cheap���A small
blook of shares in the Similkaiiicon
Valley Coal, Ltd. These can be had
at a great reduction on market price.
E.  II. McDennid.
TO RENT���A live room house on   Latimer street, near Stanley,all modern
convenieones. Apply, A.R. Sherwood.
N. M. i iiiuinini. i.c.-.eu���Kvory knuwr.
variety ot Hoft drinks. POBoXflB, Volephou
No. 11. Hoover Htroet, Nelnon.   liottlera of th
I muni. St. l.'K'ii Hot .-in uu:   Mineral U ul or
A MACDONALD Sc CJo.-l.'ornor Fron
��� and Hall Struotn��� Wholusalo Krocur
und jobborH in blanket*, glovon, inillH, booU
rubbers. iiiuukinawn and milium'   umirien.
PUUHNS Sc Co.-Bakur Stroot, NoIhou-
���   Wholesalo doaloi'u iu 'ro&h a     cured
moaU,.   Cold SloraKo.
llakor Stroot, Nelnon���WholudUlo dea.
era in froah and curod in oats.
FOR SALE.���Eggs for halching.Black
Minorca,     Drown      Leghorn,    and
Plymouth Rocks.      P. O. Hox 008,   or
Miss Edwards, Fairview.
STORE    TO    LET���Second door from
corner Josephine on Baker. Enquire
at Vanstone's Drug store.
TWO Gentlemen can   get  comfortable
room, breakfast and   dinner for   S35
per   month,   within   two   blocks    of
hospital.    Apply \. P., Miner office.
PIANO FOR SALE���Taken in exchange, new, only one month in
use. Cost $400. Will sell at a
bargain. See it at E, Ferguson and
Co.'s warerooms, Vernon stroet, cily.
FOR SALE���Eggs for hatching from
Barred Plymouth Rocks and Pekin
Ducks; choice stock. Strawberry
plants. John Hougnton, Crawford
FOR SAL.E���Tho Nelson Cafe, the
finest restauiant in the KcotenayB,
best location, 25 nicely furnished
rooms in connection. The best business proposition in tho district today,
for full particulars write Nelson Cale,
Uox 225, Nelsou B.C.
FURNISHED rooms with   or without
board.     Apply     on   Silioa   street,
socond door west of Ward,
Apply   to   Mrs F. J.
40, K. W. C. block.
TO   RENT.���
Squires, Room
Stroot, NoIhoii ��� WholeKale dealars ir
hardware, minora' suuplicx, uporling kockIh
M'LACHLAN liltOS. Hakor Stroet Nelson,
B. C��� Doners in general harhware,
mining Kupplioh, glass, pal its, Portland Ce-
neint, lire clay and Scolch tiro brick. Agents
tor Wilkinsand Co.'s celebrated sloelwiro rope
paints, oils and gluss; moohauics   tools
Fishing Tackle and Spoiling UoDds a specialty
TUKNKK, BKKTON & Co.-Cornor Vernoi
and Josopbino Streets, Nolson���Wheie
sale dealers in liquora, cigars, and dry goods
Agents for Pabst Browing Co. or Milwaukef
and Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.
HUDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholesalo grocerle
and liquors nl c. llakor Stroot, Nolson.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manaver.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Otders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
The Canadian Bank of Commerce!
With Which I.. Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up   Capital,   S8,000,000;    Reserve   Fund,   82,000,000:
Aggregate  Resources Over 805,000,000.
HON, GEO. A. OOX, President.      B. E. WALKER, ttenernl MaoB).ei
London Office: on Lombard Street,  E. C.
New York Office; 16 Eichange Place.
And 68 branched lu Canada and tho united Stales, Including
Atlin Qheknwoiio Nelson Sandon
Chanhhook        Kamlooi-s Nkw Westminster  Vancouver
Fernie Nanaimo Hohsland Victoria
YUKON DISTRICT-Dawson and White Horse.
UNITKD STATKS���New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Skaowat,
Savings Bank Department.
IDepoiltB Reoeived and Intercut Allowed
Nelson Branch.
Pi esent Rate 3 I'cr Cent
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
Ofllce comer Hall and Front Streets'
-Jolfon���Lumber, ceiling, floorinif, and every
thing in wood for buildup purposes. Get oui
price.*.   Correspondence solicited.
A.   M'DONALD,      Agent    Ilazolwood
Dairy Co. Ico Cream.
3. H. LOVE,
Nelson Employment Agency,
P. O. Box 405. Phone 278.
WANTED���Sawyei.     Cirls lor housework.     Railroad men.     Two waitresses want situations.
MEN AJN11 Women wanted to work at
homo.    Hood wages.  Write Glasgow
Woollen   Company,    Department    C.
Foster Crafts,ot Charles'own, Mass.
write home as soon as you ean as
liuaiicial interest await you there.
Very important.   I. F. Crufls.
HELP of all kinds wanted and
furnished. Western Canadian Employment Agency. Large warehouse
tor storage; call at Piosser's Second
Hand store, Ward steet.
Receiver's Sale by Tender
100,000 SHARES OF C.   & C. MINING
CO.. Limited Liability.
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Untie "-ground. Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E- CEOASDAILE Agent Nelson.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
^a.'i__>   ��� ������*��������������� l*-��*��NA'
Branch Markets iu Bossland, Trail, Nelson, Kasl.
Sandon, Throe Forks, New Denver and Slocan City
Orders b�� mall to at** branch will hava careful and ornmot attention.
Parties wishing Golf or any stockings
knitted or footed oan have them done by
applying   on   corner   of    Ward  an
Victbiia street, opposite postoHlce.
Speoial Effort Should be Made
Secure This Strong Attraction,
Mr. Arthur F, Warde, son of the
distinguished tragedian Frederick
Warde, arrived in tho city last night
to oojnplete'arrangeraents for tbo appearance of the famous actor in thia
city. Since his arrival circumstances
bave arison which will either prevent
Mr. Warde's appearance at all in this
city or else give Nelson the benefit.of
three night performances Instead of
two and a matinee. Mr. Frederick
Warde is a staunch believer in presenting all his plays with tho necessary scenery and adjuuots and his
agent learned yesterday for the first
time that the stage dimensions of the
Rossland Opera house rendered it
absolutely impossible to uso any uf
his scenery at all This is a matter
of keen disappointment to both Mr.
Warde and his managers, as for many
reasons they had looked forward to
pleasurable and profitable engagements in Nelson and Rossland. As it
tow stands it tests with Mr. Annable
and the citizens of Nelson and tho
���unwinding  country,   whether    thoy
Lord Londonderry Expected to Make
tho Announcement Today.
Belfast, April lO.-The Evening
Telegraph ot this city says it believes
that Lord Londonderry.the postmaster
general, and a member of tho British
cabinet, at a meeting of the Conservatives' association of Belfast tomorrow
will announce that the guvernnment
deoided at Monday's cabinet meeting
on a firmer policy in Ireland, including tho suppression of the United
Irish League
Utrecht, April 10.���Thc statemont
published in tbe United States that
Mr. Kruger was very seriously ill, is
denied hero today. Inquiries elicited
the reply that ho is in very good
Lumbago, pubis in lho back or side, BOroness,
HWolliiiK or inllu.ninntlm. II...I no stand i.K
ground nflcr nn application of GrltUs LI nl-
inent-ponet.rates In u inlnulo, dlsnols ho pain.
slops lho suffering.   You will find lt bettor
' Mr'jlno"White, voll known l.minor of the
Toronto Lacrosse Club nnil Osnooilo loot hull
flub says: ���'Griffiths' Linlinont la unequalled
forntlilotcsor those training, I havo usaa it
with tlio best,of success for sura liuek. stillness.
soronuHs, sprains and ull forms of swelling ami
""for"aU'bv J. H. VaniU.no.Nol-.on. B. Cl
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
LOST���A small garnet   and   and chip
diamond   tie   pin.       Finder   pleaso
deliver   to G. N. Express (Jo. and   get
Between Ilnnry 11. Boie, Plaintiff,
anil Timothy O'Leary, Administrator,
et al. Defendants.
Sealed tenders addressed to R. W.
Day, Receiver, Nelson, H.C , for 100, -
000 shares in tlie above named company will be received by the undersigned H.VV. Day up to noon of April
Tl, ttlOl. Tne sale will be mado to the
highest bidder. Terms 20 per cent,
when tender in accepted,balance within ten days thereafter. The nominal
par value of each share is $1.00 and
the authorised capital of the company
is $COO,OUO.OO. The company was incorporated in British Columbia in 1866
under tho Companies' Aet, 1800, and
Amending Acts. Tho company is said
to own tho U. and (J. mineral claim
near Rossland, B.C. For particulars
apply to
Nelson,B.C..Solicitors lor tho Receiver,
or to
Receiver, Nelson, B.C.
Dated Nelson B.C., April lOtb.,1008.
New York
San Francisco
via Soo I
ino, 81
Paul, Chicago
and nil U.
���S. points.
Our New Stock is now open,
i Tin U IBP Of
m Mm aua
The Price9 Will Suit the
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
Finest and Best Bar  ln th* City.
The best Brands of Liquors
and Cigars.
$1.00 AND SI.50 PER DAY
JOSEPH HARWOOD.   -   Proprietor
Tourist Sleeper Service
��"""������  4 CX*       t't. Duunuire Juno-
_-_iA_J A lv. Koutenay Ldg,
Tuesday and Friday, St. Paul, Toronto
Montreal and Boston.
Leave Revelstoke
daily, Vancouver,
Seattle Ooast.
Home Seekers' Westbound
Excursions, March I to
April 30.
Through bookings to Europe, via all
Al hint ic Liue
Prepaid tickets front all points at
lowest rates
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand oi
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings. Sash Doors.
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yarda, NELSON
Kootenay Coffee Co.
Roasters of Choice Cof.ees-
tjuanlilies   to    suit    at   wholesale
Our Java and Mocha at 40c, and Our
Choice menu at 25c.
is the  best  value   for  the
We guarantee
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office Toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to li. L. LM'NOX Baku Bt.
Will pay the highest oash prioe for all
kinds ol seoond baud goods.    Will bny
or  sell  anything from  au anchor to ���
For berths, time tables, rates and full'needle.     Furniture,   stoves,   oaiperu*,
information apply to Oity Ticket Offloe  cooking utensils, bought  in household
-nantities.     Also  oast  off   clothing.
City Agent.  Nelson
J. 8. Oabtkr, E. 3. Ooylk
DiB. Pass. Agt. A. O, P. A.
Nelson Vance nve
satisfaction  if you
or oriler direct from us.
Fur   artistic   jib   work place  your
orders with The Miner. Union Label.
Pure Choice Teas
All varieties and grade.
West Baker St. Tel 177. P O, Box 18''.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
Prom St, John, H, li.
Allan Line Tunisian  A lull II
Allan Lino Numldlnn Apiil III
Beaver Uno Garth Castle April 10
Allan.l'no Blcamora cull .at Halifax two <lu)��
Frcm Portland.
Dominion Line dominion April IS
Dominion MncCnltfurnlan April HI
From Now York
Ounard Uno Luoaala April II
Cunard Line Baxonla  April IO
White Star Linn Uennanlu April ill
While Ular Line Teutonic A pril '_t
American Lino l'hlluriolplila " April Hi
American Lino til l'anl April il
St. Ijiwrence Ballings
Ijikn Ohamplaln i May '-'
a, a. Vancouver ami Parislaa, Mny :i
Continental nallln|{M of French. North (lur
man Uoj J. H. A. P. and Italian l.luo* on up
11ATKS���Saloon farm 112.60. anil upwards
Feeond "#5 and upwardH iiccorflltiK to steamsr
a-d location of ban h. BUio-atfc qnoloil on up
plication. Prepaid passages from KnKlanil ana
the continent at lowtwt rulijM.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Bllver King Mike, Boi 900 lull
rjtreet, Nelson,   11. 0.
Any   penon   knowing   the   present
whereabouts  ol   Aloxsnder  Stewart,
i lately \_ the employ ol   l'orl"r   Bros..
I at Marcus.  Wahh., U.S A., will confer
a   favor   by   communicating wilh the
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
v..i.m.,   n. n
Subscriptions taken for   the   Ncl-
\ son   Daily   and   Weekly   Miner  at
I publisher ��� prices   by  J.   F,   DEL>
H. L.BKOWN.     W.P.F.CUMMING8,       | am .'y   New IX-nvc.    B   C
City Agt, Nelwm.     Oon, Asent, Winnipeg ' AN L > > INe'v uei,-er-   u' -" _��
Nelson Dail�� Miner Fridvy, April ii, igot
'.' Give the little tots a
TOYS chance, The children's
I department in our store
does not get tho mention in the papers
that it deserves. It is a mrst important department with us,occupying the
entire second flat of the sture and is
filled with toys of all kinds, just the
things to bring joy and gladness to
tho hearts of tlie little ones, Special
summer toys are Boats. Garden Sets,
Watering Cans, RubberBalls, Skippi _g
Ropes, Croquet, Baseballs, Kites,Doll
Cabs and Go-Carts and the ever popu
lar doll.
Then for the baby we have a lot of
Go-Carls that for style and value are
Booksellers, Stationers
Show Room for Mason & Risch pianos
Father Welch, of Rossland, paid
Father Ferland a visit on Thursday.
Captain Gifford, H. C. Brock and
Frank Gibbs lett yesterday foi a short
tour through the Slocan.
J. A. Smith, of Rossland, a former
resident of Nelson, was in the city
yesterday ou a business trip.
*F. 0. Saint Donis, representing the
Silver Spring Brewery, of Sherbrooke,
Que., is a guest at tlio Phair.
Garden Bakes. Spading Forks,
Hoes, etc.,   at McLachlan Bros.
II. '_\. Brock, managing director of
the Northwestern Development syndicate, left last evening for Knslo, on a
business trip.
Marshall Griffin who has been ir.
the roadraaster's office at Nelson for
some time was this woek transferred
to the steamer Minto. where he will
act as freight clrok.
Razois and Strops���Morley and
At the record office yesterday certificates of work were issued to John
P. Bell on the Bpmestake, and to 0.
A. Lovell, on Cormisli, Hillside,
Squadron and Southern Bell.
W. Johnson left yesterday for Camborne to construct a power house,
bunkhouse and other buildings for the
Northwestern Mining Development
Syndicate at the Cambourno group.
Call up S3 if you want furniture
or pianos moved,���West Transfer Co.
S. S. Taylor, K..C, left last evening
for Vancouver to attend the sitting
of tho Supreme court at Vancouver,
which commences on April 15, De
will bo away until aftei April 34,
The large cai ibou head which was
tallied at tlio Hume hotel has been
claimed by the winner Robert
Shields, a packer of Comaplix, whose
ticket, number 111, secured the lucky
Spear's Restaurant���Meals at all
hours. Next to Vanslone's Drug store.
Only white labor employed.
The last cuso of diptl'eria in the
Hume addition was pronounced oured
yesterday and the family dismissed
from quarantine,and tho city and suburbs are now pronouncd frso from this
A meeting of tho Woman's Council
will he held this afternoon at 8,80 in
the school room of the Presbyterian
church, to whim all Indies interested
in the work of the council are invited
to attend.
All kinds of express work, coal and
wood.���West Transfer Co. Telephone
On Wednesday evening at the Phair
hotel Rev. ,1. M William, of Colville,
Wash., was married to Miss Haltie
Thompson, of Montreal, Kev, W.
Munroe performing the ceremony.
The newly wedded pair left yesterday
for their new home at Colville.
A  Subject   r'or   Remarks.
The new Wall Papers attract favorable attention, They lefleut good
tuste  in  colors as well as in pattern,
anil people of   tasto   ci minend   them.
They have nn sir of elegance and are
must durable In quality.    Investment
in such Wall Paper is a paying investment,before placing your order, it
Will pay joii to 100 onr new desiens,
Hnd got our prices.
F. J. Bradley & CO.
sign I'nliiilMK nnil PietBM Framing
a Surilnllj,
Tlie   northern   lights   were playing'
across the sky for a considerable   time
last   night,   giving   a   very     pretty
At Ihe police court yesterday there
was but one case, that of a disorderly
ehaiacter, accused of using profane
language. A flue of %2o and costs was
T. C. Thompon, accountant and purchasing agent of the Crow's Nest Coal
Co., is a guest at the Phair, He is en
route for Grand Forks to attend the
opening of the Grand Forks and
Republic railway.
The steamor International yesterday
brought in two ours of Ramblei-Cariboo ore for the Selby smelter at San
Francisco and one cai cf American
Boy ore for the Ball Mines smelter.
The Kokanee brought oue car of
Molly Gibson ore for the Hall Mines
Owing to the Hoods and high water
in Manitoba considerable quantities
of freight bound for the Kootenays is
delayed along the road and very little
is arriving just at present. The
wholesale grocers are feeliog it most
as theie is a shortage in some of the
lines delayed.
Th second lot of machinery to he
usod on the Camhourne group iu the
Lardeau was denied through the
Nelson custom house yesterday. The
shipment consisted of water wheel,
dynamo and machine drills, and was
forwarded on to Arrowhead the same
evening en route for the mine.
The departure of Rov. William
Munroe will he much regretted by
all, especially the members of tho
congregation. Mr Munroe loaves
Nelson about the end of the month
having accepted a call to the Central
Congregational church at Vancouver,
lie has been with the Congregational
church since its inception in Nelson
and is held in deservedly high esteem
by all.
An individual wandering along the
Helsm-Poorman road on Wednesday,
without hat, coat or boots attracted
some attention from a pass'erhy wbich
was incroased when he informed them
that he was crazy and inquired if
thoy knew where he could find his
missing articles of attire. After night
fall ho came into the oity and went to
an hotel aud slept off his peouliar
symptoms which were caused by the
after effects of intoxicants.
The date of the holding of the oourt
of assizes in Nelson has been fixed for
May 0, but it is not known yet what
judge will preside. There is already
a long list ef cases on the docket,both
criminal and civil. Among the criminal cases will be the Fern mino gold
brick caso, also the one pertaining to
the operations of tho Kootenay association, at Fernie. This association
was for the purpose of supplying persons in the east who were seeking
employment with positions. Two of
the partners Gabriel and Bride, are
now in the Nelson jail, the third one,
Payne, being out on hail.
Thc total numher of pupils enrolled
at tho Nelson publio schools for the
month of Maroh was BIS and thc average attendance wa6 274.1)3. The enrollment and tbe average daily attendance hy rooms are as follows:
Div. I., 28 and J7.ll; Div. II, 30 and
31.32; Div. Ill, 52 aud 45.05; Div. IV,
4? and 80.(18.; Div. V, 40 and 39.16;
Div. VI, 40 and 41.58; Div. VII, 57
and 50.42. Since Ihe Easter holidays
tbe attendance in the lower rooms has
increased somewhat. It is doubtful
whether a room in tbe province gives
a higher average for the ennrollment
than does the principal's room, which
is a percentage of 97.
The Chinese are still keoping up the
festivities iu connection wilh their
ceremonies held al the beginning of
the week in honoi of the doad. A
Chinaman who was asked regarding
the occasion said it was "all a-samee
Hist ol July," and pointed with pride
to a number of sheets of papei posed
up In a prominent position on Front
street. The paper was covered with
Chinese writing which was explained
as boing a list of tho Chinamen of the
eity and thc amount that each one hail
contributed, each Chinamun having
to contribute at least "two-bittee, "
while thero were also a considerable
number of $5 and $10 given. The
Chinese being essentially practical all
this uraonnt goes for edibles, this
being considered the most satisfactory
form of celebration possible.
The stopping ot the street care,
whioh took place commencing from
Wednesday night, was greatly felt hy
tho people living in the suburbs, particularly up thc hill. The cessation
of operations was consequent on instructions received in a cablegram
from London on Wednesday. It will
not bo known for suiue time yet how
long the shut down will bo lor. Tho
fact thnt the company wero removing
tho rails from the upper part of
Kootenay struct In accordance with
the wishes of the city council lod to
tho circulation of the report that the
rails were to be taken up through the
eity and the materinls shipped away.
Where the rails aro beirg taken np in
on that part of the street that has
never been used and wnere they
totally blocked tbe roadway.
In London, the market
of the world for fine wines,
Pommery'1892" sells at
$5.00 per case more than
any other Champagne.
Pommery" 1893" sells at
$8.50 per case more than
any other Champagne.
Wherever Champagne is
sold according to quality
the highest prices are
paid for
A meetiug of citizens is called for
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in the
board of trade rooms to discuss ways
nnd means for the starting ot a race
track near Nelson and io make tbe
necessary arrangements.
Office Supplies���Morley and   Laing,
St. Thomas, D.W.I , April 10.���The
Danish cruiser Valkyrien arrived here
yesterday and the United States
Ncrth Atlantic squadron reached these
waters today and remained outside
the harbor. Rear Admiral Higginson
and the Governor of St. Thomas ox-
change the usual courtesies. The
sight of the American warships
greatly impressed the peuple who
assembled in large numbers on the
Hydrangeas, Snowballs, Lilacs,
Spiroas, strong, four-yenr-old, healthy
shrubs. Riverside Nurseries, Grand
London, April 10.���Lead ��11, Us. Bd.
New York, April 10.���Close���Bar
sliver 53 3-4c; Mexican dollars 43c.
Copper easy.    Lead quiet.
Take- Laxative Uroino Quinine Tablets. A
druggists refund the money If it falls to cure
K. WVGrovo's signature is on each box.   25c.
Dnnehuich, Ont., April 10.���Wm.
Craig, mill owner, was drowned yesterday while looking after a boom of
logs in Whilestone lake, lie leavos a
widow and ten childien.
Montreal, April 10.���Arthur St.
Onge, the letter carrier, was found
guilty of stealing letters today and
was sontenced to four years in tho
The Constant Wearing of a Hat Propagates Dandruff Germs.
There are many men who wear their
hats practically all the time when
awake, and are blessed with a heavy
shock of hair; yet if the scalps of
these same men onco became infested
with dandruff germs, the parasites
would multiply all the quicker for
laok of nir. Baldness would ensue as
the final result. Newbro's Herpicie
kills these germs and stimulates unhealthy hair to abundant growth.
Herpicide is a pleasant hair dressing
as well as a dandmlt cure and contains not au atom of injurious
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
. Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-1 White Pine Lumber Always Is
Wo carry u compiou ntook of Coast Flooring
CoilillK, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash ano
Doors. Spoolal ordor work will rooolve prompt
attention'   Mall orders solicited,
Porto Bico Lumber Co.,
Hfwd Oflloo���Houdrvx and Vornon *��o.. Nelson
o.M.i iikahm: in < it*
We are   leaving   our    present   premises    on   May   ist   and    the    bal- '��
ance   of the  Stock left  at  that  date we are Moving to Ontario  conse- ?*C
���afc    quently everybody buying from us can depend on  getting  Big   Bargains,   for J__.
if    the less goods we have on hand the less freight money we will have to pay out. ��
jf, - The stock consists of '(C
���2^ ___.
Tr T*
4 Dry Goods, Clothing, Gent's Furnishings, Hats, &
Caps, Boots and Shoes
Tf    This is an opportunity to purchase goods at less than   Eastern   Prices
.*^i and sec for yourselves.
Come    '���!*-
/r   My Residence and 2 Lots on Carbonate Street is For Sale at a Bargain.    J*
_$i ;*r
Agreeable and Gomforting
-Y __\[        1
We   can   make   your   work
agreeable   as   well    as    you
comfortable by
Fitting Your Eyes With
Proper Glasses
Patenaude Bros.
Baker St. Nelson, B. C
In the bent Tnilorad Workmanship and
tho most fashionable of new styles
Handsome Double Breasted Suit,
mado of French Amczon Cloth, colors Fawn, Brown nndNavy. Jackets
Appliqued with Taffeta. New style,
Skill, trimmed with cording and
having circular flared Ilounce, lined
throughout.    Special $26-00
stylish Broadcloth Suit in Black,
Fawn and Navy. The Jacket is
Double Breasted and trimmed with
Tucked Taffeta, lined throughout
witb silk or satin, Skirts made
with Flouuce effect ar.d flared, Inverted pleated hack $35-00
A natty looking, tight fitting, Single
BreitHted Coat Suit, made of line
quality Broadcloth in Mack, Fawn
and Brown. Coat lined with Taffeta and Skirt full flared, liued with
Perouline and Velveteen Binding.
Our price $27.SO
Cor. Baker & Ward Sts.
Nelson, B. C.
For Wagon Road Required.
The Slocan-Republic Mining &
Development Company propose to
construct a standard sized wagon
road from Slocan to their mines.
The grade is surveyed and laid out.
Tenders are requested for the complete work. For particulars apply
Consulting Engineer, Nelson.
Certificate of Improvements
Fiiriihiuii Mineral claim situate in
tho Nelsou Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located���Near the Ymir Mir.n
TAKE NOTICK that I, Kenneth L,
Burnet, agent fur John Dean, F. M.C No.
HHOOiill and Martin Salmon, F. M, 0.
No. I'DIHIBO, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof) to apply to the Mining Uu-
eordiT for a certificate of improvements
for the purpose of obtaining a Crowu
Grant or the above claim,
And further take notico that action,
under section 87, must be oommenced
before tbo isstiuuce of sucb certificate of
Dated this Kith tiny of April, A. D.
For Stylish Up-to-Datc Hats
Opera House Block
NELSON LODGE   No. 23, A. P. Sc
M. moots socond WodooBday ln
month,   Visiting brothorn welcome
djfljjtfa.    I- O. O. P.    Kootonay lxidge
*jS5J8k No. 1(1, moots ovory Monday night,
^wW*****   at  thoir Hall, Kootonay stroet
Sojourning Odd Fellows oordlally Invited.
VV. H. Smith, N. O.; Q. F. Motion, V. <J.; A
LouglmrKt, Roo. Soc,
Nolnpn Itoyal Arch Chapter No. 193, U. R. C,
Moots third WodueHdny. Sojourning ooniiian
ions  luvilod.    Georgo JohnsUmo,  /,.    T. J,
SilllH,   S. K.
To A. H. Fischer or to any
person or persons to whom lie amy
have transferred his interest iu the Manila, nud Silver Queen Mineral Claims,
situated at the head of Midge Creek,
Kuskiinook Mining District,Went Koot-
Yon and eacb of you are hereby notified that 1 have expended one Immurd
and thirty-three dollars in labor ami
improvements upon the above mentioned mineral claims iu order to hold
suid mineral claims under Ihe provisions of the Mineral Act, mid if within
ninety days of tho date of this not ice
you fail or refuse to contribute yonr portion of such expenditure together with
all costs of advertising, your interest in
said claims will become the property of
the subscriber under Beotiou 4 of an Act
eutitled "An Act to Amend tne Minui.il
Act, 1000.
Dated this 10th day of February, 1.
To SILAS H. CROSS, or to any person or persons to whom he may bave
transferred his interest in the  ltarvy
Joy Mineral Claim, situate on Morning Mountain, about 1 1-2 miles westerly from the Silver King Mine, in
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay Distriot, B. C.
YOU or any of you are hereby notified that I huve expended oue hundred
and two dollars and fifty cents in labor and improvements upon the above
miueral claim, under tho provision nt
the Miueral Act, and if within ninety
days from the date of   this notice ynu
full or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure together
with nil costs of advertising, your interest in said claim will become tbe
property of the subscriber  under section 4 of on Aet entitled An  Act
Amend the Miueral Aot 1000,
Dated this I4th day of March. 1002,
.       NKLSON LODGE  No.25, K. o( P,
AmoolH in K. of P. hall, Oddfellows blook
^ovoryTuosday evonlng at 8 o'olook.
"/All visiting knights cordially  invito
Wm. Ihvinu, 0.0.
Hugh Btkvhnh, K. of R. and 8.
Nelson Knca pniont No. 7. Moots ovory 2nd
and 1th Friday of oaoh month, in Odd Follows
Hall, coinor Bakor und Kootenny stroots,
NoIhoii. A. II. Clomonts, C. P.; D. McArthu.*
R. S,   VlHitlng brothors always wolennm,
NELSON L. 0, L. No. 1(199 moots in Fraternity Hall on first and third Friday evenings
of ouen month at 8 o'olook, Visiting member
cordially Invitod. W. W. Bradley, W. K.
A, Minty, lt. 8.
NELSON AKRIK No. 92, F. (>. K��� moots
ovory socond and fourth Wodnosctays of oaoh
in oath. Visiting members oordially Invlt
Charles PrOSBQr, Nonrotary.
gKooteoay Tent No. 7, EC. O. T. M��� hold tholi
regular meetings 2nd and Ith Thursday of ooot
n.onth. VlHit.tr g brethren cordially invltod tc
attend. Q. A. Brown  lt. IC; Dr. Koso, Com'
1st and 3rd Wednesday evonlngKol
eaoh month at Fiaternliy hall
oornor of Bakor and Kootenay
Htroots. VlHitlng brethorn cordially Invltod.
EnwAitn Maci.kod. Socrotery.
NoIhoii Court Slar of Kootenay, A, O. F
Mod* 2nd and 4th Wednesdays In ovory
Month. VlHitlng brethren welcomo. V Mao
Million, C. tf, | Horbort McLood Soc
Certificates of Improvements
- King Alftod aud Kiug Solomon
Mineral Olaims, situate in the Nelson
Mining Division of West Kootenay Dis-
Where, located���On Iron Mountain,
about 5 miles from Ihe mouth of the
South Fork of the Salmon River.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Fiaueis J.
O'lteilly, of Nelson, B. C, as agent for
F. W. Lewis, of Indianapolis Did.,
U. S. A,: Free M tier's Certlfloate
No. 2G10, intend, sixty dnys from lhe
dale hereof, to apply to the Miuing no-
cordor for certificates of Improvements,
for the purpose of obtaining Orowu
Grants ot the abovo claims.
Aud futthcr tako notioe Hint aotion,
under section HI, must be oommonci'il
before the issuance of such oertifloates ol
Dated this 10th diy of November,
Certificate of Improvements
Oatherire Mineral Claim, sitnate In
the Nelson Miuiug Division of West
Kootenay District. ,   ,
Whers located���One uiilo enst of JN.
A. F. 8. Railway, adjoining tho Bob n
Hood mineral claim. .   ,
TAKE NOTIOE that T, Francis '���
O'lteilly, agent for It, B, Hedley, Free
Miner's Certificate No. B60B78, the Dun-
Dunuiin Mines, Limited, (Foreign)
Free Miner's Certificate No. BOOMa
intend, sixty days fron; ""
date hereof, to apply to the Mining ,l'"
oorder for a certificate of Improvements,
for the purpose of obtaining a Crowu
Grant of the above olnim.
And further tnke notice that action,
under seotiou 87, miwt be oommenoro
befoie the issuance of such oertinoate oi
improvements. , ,
Dated this 12th day of Febrnnry, ���������
D.. 1002.
About that second-hand articleo
youra. You'll sell it If you'�� Ww
tlse lt,"ln Tht Miner want �� H*n.��


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