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Daily Edition No.  1273
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Nklson,   British  Columbia, Saturday,   February 22, 1902
Eleventh  Yeai
LOTS OF COAL
Frank Will   Soon  Be  Producing 800 Tons per
Day.
Oihcr Properties In the Crow's
Nest Pass Being Developed.
From a gentleman who returned
yesterday from a trip through KuBt
Kootenay aud western Alberta, it was
learned that there is cousicrable
development going on to the cast of
Fernie, iu Alborta, in the coal measures. The Canadian Amorican Coal
aud Coke Co., at Frank, is now taking out MO tons ol coal per day and
within six weeks will lie extracting
r>00 additional tons, which will make
the total output of 800 tons a day.
The Canadian Pacific railway is taking most of the output lrom Frank,
and the renini.idor is u<'posed of in
Alberta. The company lias let a contract for the construction of 250 coke
ovens, and work on them is to bo
commenced as soon as the contractors
can make tho necessary arrangements.
The Fleutot syndicate iB developing
some coal deposits seveu miles from
Frank. Mr. Fleutot ia at present in
Paris, in company with W. tl. Gebo,
and uxpects to return in a short time
financially equipped to build seveu
miles of rallwav needed to connect the
mines with tbe Crow's Nest railway
und to further open the measure .
At Blairmoie considerable work has
been done by tlio Fishb. .ne syndicate on llieir mines, and some of the
coal bus already been marketed, A
spur ihree miles in length hs needed to
connect the mines at hlairmore with
the Crow's Nest railway.
There are a number of prospoctors
in that section who have coal lands of
known merit to sell, hut it is sometimes hard to rind purchasers. In
Kootenay Pars thero are many
thousands aores of coal laud which
ha�� not yet been taken up.
The trow's Nest Southern railway
is annul one third completed and it is
tbougth it will be three and perhaps
four months before it is finished.
Now that the snow is melting work is
making better progress than it did
diiirng the middle of tho winter.
much better tenm play, and were
faster on the average. '1 he ice was
poor for both games, though it improved in the evening. I
The only other feature today wns
the skating races for which lhe ice
was soft. The mile championship was
won by O'llenrn. Some visitors arrived   this evening but  the crowd is not j MpivcnAnprs
AS VIEWED
IN LONDON
BANNER ORE SHIPM ENT.
Manager Holland   Denies  Any   Intention of Jumping Q. N.   Grade.
(Sl'lCCIAL TO TIIII1 UlNBIt.)
Grand Forks, Feb. 31.���A banner
shipment of 46 carloaJs of ore from
the Gianby mines at Phoenix was received at the Granby smelter yesterday. Ore reserve are being accumulated here in view of the starting up
o[ two additional furnaces within the
next fortnight. W. Yolen Williams,
superintendent at Phoenix, arrived
here today for the purpesa oi conferring with .lay P. Graves and A. C,
Flummerfelt of the Granby company.
S. S. Fower.manager of the Casoade
Water, Light and Power company,
reached here today. He reports that
the wire for the pole line between
Cascade and Phoenix is being strung,
and that the compauy will be prepared to furnish power to towns and
mining camps on and after June 1st
next.
Tracy W. Holland, manager of tbe
Kettle Valley line, returned today
from a trip to Republic. Asked hy
your correspondent if it were true
that he had instruetad his surveyors
to locate a line over the Great Northern grade between Cascade and Grand
Forks with a view to'jumping'1 the
Great Northern grade, he replied:
'The idea is perfectly absurd. It
must have originated with some irresponsible newspaper correspondent or
was inspired from some hostile or
malignant source. It is true I had
engineers out taking the oontour of
the country for the Kettle River Valley railway. This company has a
charter covering the territory from
Cascade via Grand Forks up the north
fork of Kettle river to Franklin camp
with a branch from near Grand Forks
to Midway. It is the intention of the
Kettle Kiver Valley Railway company
to survey and locate the entire line
covered by its charter with a view to
tbe early construction of the same.
The recently discovered coal Holds on
the north fork coupled with its timber
resources and the potential ore tonnage has emphasized the importance
cf a road being constructed into this
distriot as soon as possible.
GREAT VICTORY FOR NELSON.
Rossland, Feb. 21.���Nelson defeated
the Rossland Victorias tonight in
senior hockey series by 7 goals to 1.
Nelson playB Sandon on Saturday
night for the champlonsihp of British
Columbia.
The home team was overmatched in
every respect and was at a disadvantage ihrough the absence of Winn, the
captain. In the afternoon Sandon und
Phoenix played a fast game, the former
RELATIONS WITH GERMANY.
Amabssador White   Speaks  on   Sentiment of American People.
Berlin, Feb. 21.���Andrew D White,
the American ambassdor here, presiding tonight at an assemblage ol .1011
Americans, who celebrated Washing-
Ion's birthday at the Kalserhof by a
umsical entertainment followed by a
supper and a dance, said in an address: Sundry writers on this side of
the Atlantic have been specially eloquent in denouncing the general
hatred of Germany und the Germans
which they insist obtains in tho
United States. Much has been said of
Deutsnhenhetz (German baiting) and
this has been placed in such a lucid
light that one would almost believe
that tho appearance of one of our
German-American fellow citizens upon
the streets of an Amerioan city tho
citiz.'iis of American birth were ready
to cry havoc and loose on him tlie
dogs ol war. It has been my duty (or
Ave years to read with considerable
conscientiousness the number ol tbe
foremost American newspapers representing the dominant thought in various parts of the union and I ran most
truthfully say that I have fuiled to
Snd tbe slightest trace of such
"dentschcnheiz," I did not discover
anything like hatred or a persecuting
spirit toward the Germans Americans
on the American contiuneut. Even if
there were no other reasons, the
Americans are too busy aud too good
naturcd for an amusement of that
kind.
On the other sido it has been
beon insisted hy more or less well
meaning people in thu United States,
that a dark cloud between the
countries really exists nnd that in the
times uf which ancient history makes
mention and especially during our
Spanish war, the Gorman government
waa somehow hostile to tlio United
States or in some manner, which nobody seoms able to givo witn precision, the German government did
something which it ongbt not to have
done nnd left undone something it
ought to have done. To this answer
bas been made, if I may be allowed
here to refer to it by myself, as one
competent to express opinion of the
suhject, with the declaration that the
conduct oi the German government
toward the United States during the
Spanish war was excellent. The German government observed a strict
neutrality, and showed no unfriendly
spirit. From first to last it never made
any suggestions or proposals that
emabrrassed us in the slightest
degiee; in fuet,the conduct of the German government was all that we could
desire it to be."
A WHOLE BLOCK BURNED.
Armory  of  "1st Regiment New York,
Burned This Morning.
New York, Feb. 22.���Fire which
broke out after midnight destroyed
the 71st Begiraent armory between
83rd nnd 34th streets on Fourth avenue. The building occupied tbo
entire block and was headquarters foi
the 71st regiment and headquarters of
the Fifth brigade, second battery and
tho lirst signal corps. The Ure started
on tbe main floor and burned upward
very rapidly. Before 2 o'clock the
entire building was in ruins.
It was feared at that hour that the
car barns of the Metropolitan street
railway to the south would also be
ignited. A large quantity of powder
stored in the armory has exploded.
Ambulance calls were sent to the hospitals but it is not known whether
any one was injured. Hundreds of
persons occupying a row of flat buildings in Thirty First street, who were
ouBted by the police, were eared (or in
neighboring houses.
RATIFICATIONS EXCHANGED.
Last  Act  in the  Making of the Hay-
Pauncefote Treaty.
Washington, Feb. 21.-The final
ratification of the Hay-Pauncefo'e
tieaty giving England's assent to tho
construction of a canal across Central
America by the United States, were
exchanged at the State department this
afternoon. There was very little
ceremony at the exchange. Copies of
the treaty had been prepared precisely
similar, excepting the faot that the
signatures were invorted in one copy
and these were formally exchanged
between Lord Pauncefote and Secretary Hay, a protocol being signed
formally attesting to that fact which
will form part of tho record.
Discuss Significance of Prince Henry's
Visit.
German Blandishments Will
Not Estrange Britain and
America.
London, Feb. 21.���The Weekly
Review makes tho impending arrival
of Prince Henry of Prussia, at New
fork, the occasion of another chapter
in tbo Spanish-American war controversy. The Spectator reviews at
length tbo whole htory of the diplomatics exchanges with a view of controverting what it terins "the distortion of the actual facts hy the German
press."
The puper disclaims any intention
of attempting to mar the reception to
be tendered Prince Henry, hut declares
that both Englishmen and Americans
see through Germany's game and re
fuse to be mislead by tho "inspired"
attempts to undermine their mutual
friendship and understanding. A fact
which will be written down by the
historians, says tbe Spectator, is as
well reoognised today as it wiil ever
be. That is tbat England used her
influence, and the Americans know
she used it, on the side of the United
States as against those who wished to
take the side of Spain. A test of the
attitude toward America during Ihe
war displayed by England and Germany icspectively, is found in the
respective attitudes of the English nnd
Germany squadrons toward Admiral
Dewey in Manila Bay. The Germans
nearly fired on the Americans. If they
had done so tho English would have
acted on the American side.
The Outlook treats the matter
lightly. It says that Emperor William,now,as in China, is using Prince
Henry us a bait for the German hook.
Neither Prince Henry nor his astute
brother, the Emperor, will ever succeed in weakening the substantial
grounds upon which Anglo-American
co-operation now rests. In tbe same
connection,the Outlook expresses gieat
satisfaction at Secretary Hay's note to
Russia and commends it as a strong
document, which gains additional
force from its despisal of old fashioned diplomacy.
The Saturday Review, on the oti.er
hand, pursues its costomary anti
American course and roundly abuses
the government for being drawn into
this fresh "humiliating position" und
denominates the whole controversy as
an ''international slanging matdi."
TENNIS CHAMPION DEFEATED.
Now York, Feb. 21.���L. E. Mahon,
Columbia's champion tennis player,
was beaten this afternoon in the third
days' play of tho indoor championship
tournament, wbich is being contested
in the 7th regiment armory. The college expert was put out of the Tuning in the semi-final round by Wylie
O. Grant, of the New York tennis
club, the soore being 0-4,  0-3
WAR WILL CONTINUE.
Di.   Albreeht  Comes   With a  Secret
Message From^the Iloers.
Anwterp, Feb. 21.���Dr. Albreeht,
who has just returned from the Transvaal,will proceed tomorrow to Utrecht
to see Mr. Kruger, to whom he is said
to bring an important seciet communication from the Boer leaders in South
Africa.
Dr. Albreeht predicts the long continuance of the war. He says the
block house system will not affect the
final result, lt may cost the Boers a
tew more men, but they will never
surrender and the British will never
possess the Transvaal.
VICTORIAN AT
CAPE TOWN
Rifles Have Arrived
Safely.
response to her ring, and she had to
effect an entrance by breaking n
window. She instantly detected a
strong odor of gas and heard groans I
on the top door, where are located the
servant's roums and the children's
pluy room. Hastening upstairs, Mrs.
Syimms found the servant stretched out
Second Section of Canadian\%&%Z.9i%��$3ttl___'S
wrenched (mm the wall nnd   the routn
and hallways   wero   filled   with   gas.
Mrs. Symons rushed to thc telephone
and notified the police.
Two small bullet wounds wero
found in the child. Both wero superficial and she soon rerovered (rom the
effectB of the gas. Three bullets bad
penetrated the servant's body and she
was romoved to a hospital, where it
was believed she would not icuover.
WRIT ISSUED
FOR VICTORIA
Invited to Coronation.���Millinery Failure���Killed by
Explosion.
Toronto, Feb. 21.���The wholesale
millinery firm of J. W. Hamilton and
Sons, has assigned. The liaiblities
are s(i:i5,000.
"The Evening Telegram's London
cable says: Tho transport Victorian
with the second section of the Canadian Mounted rifles on board arrived
at Capetown yesterday afternoon.
Dr. Sutherland, superintendent of
tho Methodist missions, leaves here in
two weeks on a trip of inspection to
Japan.
TU'-PER WAS INVITED.
METAL MARKET.
London, Feb. 21.-Lead ��11. lt.,9.
New     York,    Feb.   21. -Close���Bar
silver   55,   Mexioan   dollars   43   3-4.
pining by 8"to 4. Sandon men showed ! Copper quiet.   Lead firm.
KRON PRINZ ALL WELL.
Lueania   Had     Wireless    Telegaphic
Communication With Her.
Queenstown, Feb. 21.���A wireless
telegraph message was received at 3.30
p.m. today from the Cnuader Lueania,
30 miles west of Fastnet. The stoamer
reported that its latitude 45.5 north,
longitude 35.16 west, she was in communication oy the Marconi system of
wireless telegraphy witb the Worth
German Lloyd steamer Kron Prinz
Wilhelm, and exohanged greeting
with Prince Henry, who is on board.
The Kron Prinz Wilhelm signalled
"All well."
ITALIAN MINISTRY RESIGNED.
Failed to Elect its Candidate for President ol the Deputies.
Rome, Feb. 21.���The cabinet has
resigned owing to the failure of
Signor Villa, the cabinet'B candidate
(or tho presidency of the chamber of
deputies, to secuie a ie-eleotion today.
The opposition cast blank ballots.
The inoident has caused intense ex-
oitement.
PROGRESS OF CHESS MASTERS.
Monte Carlo, Feb. 21.���The following additional results were recorded
in the afternoon sitting: Mieses heat
Marshall, Moraczy suffered dofeat at
tho hands of Schlechter, Teichmann
nnd Albin drew, Tschigorin and Janowski adjourned their game. Some
of the drawn games from previous
rounds will have to be plByed tomorrow.
Summoned  to   London to Witness the
Coronation Ceremonies.
Winnipeg, Feb. 21.���Sir Charles
Tupptr, hart., this morning received
a cable from England inviting him
and Lady Tupper to attend the coronation of King Edward VII. Sir
Charles will leuve fir the east today
to attend the annual meoting of the
Crown Lite Company, of whieh he is
president. He will then return weBt
and proceed tor a trip to Vancouver
before leaving for England. He will
be accompanied to the coronation by
Lady and MisB Tupper.
O. Talobt, M. P., Bellocbasso, who
was assisting the Liberals in Lisgar
eletition, returned today to Montreal.
Walter Wilson, a well known
cricketer, formerly ol C.P.R. offices in
this city, and brother o' C.P. Wilson,
barrister, died today in New York.
Roy Mundie, ot the Merchant's
bank staff, captain of the Winnipeg
intermediate hockey team and a prominent oarsman, died in tne hospital
here tbis morning. His father is
manager of J. W. Peck's factory,
Montreal.
A despatch from Port Arthur states
that Jos. ltoleau, an employee of
Fisher Falls camp, of the Pigeon
River boom company, was killed by a
premature explosion of dynamite.
HiB remains will be shipped to his old
home at St. Gregoire, Que. Two companions were badly injured.
BONSPIEL ENDED.
List o( the Winners in the Big Events
ut Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, Feb. 21.���All of the curling bonspiel finals were reached
today. Tlie ice was very sticky and
unfavorable for good play. The
championship event of the spiel, the
Grand Challenge, was won by D. M.
Braden, of the Winnipeg Thistles,
with Rochon, of Fort William.second.
Towne, of Wawanesa, takes the
Walkerville, with Patton, of the
Winnipeg Assiniboines, Becond. The
Royal Caledonian was takon by H. J.
McLean, of Holland, witb Hartetone,
of Winnipeg Granites, second. The
Winnipeg Thistles won tbe double
rink Tuckett competition. Flavelle,
of Lindsay, won two firsts in the finals
of the minor competitions today. For
tbe Gait trophy, an event closed to
Winnipeg rinks, he defeated Mc-
Conagyh of Neepawa, in ao exciting
match, the Bcore standing 10 to i for
twelve ends. Later Flavelle also won
the Dolge international event, defeating McKillop's rink of Portage la
Prairie in the final game. The Lindsay man takes home somo handsome
prizes as a result of his visit. Dunbar,
of St. Paul, takes fourth prize 1_ "
Gait competition.
SOMEONE DISCOURTEOUS.
llritain   and   Germany   Accuse   Each
Other of Violating Rules.
Berlin, Feb. 21. ��� Loid Lansdowne,
the British Secretary of State for
Foreign affairs, lias informed Karon
Von Richtholf, secretary of the tier-
many ministry for Foreign affairs that
the British government has taken note
of tne publication in Germany of the
dispatch of Dr. Von llollenilcn, the
German ambassador to the United
States, concerning tbe nieeeting of
ambassadors held in Washington.
April 14th, 1808, without following
the usual procedure of obtaining the
consent ol the other governments interested. Lord Lansdowne and the
British government desire Germany to
know that it lias misunderstood the
violation of Lord Pauncefote.the Brit
ish ambassador to tbeUnititd States.in
the note of April 14th, 1h'.i8. Lore!
Pauncefote's part in that was simply
that of the senior member of the diplomatio corps,and nothing that he did
was prompted by unfriendliness to tlie
United States.
Baron Von Riehtlioff has uot yet replied to Lord Lansdowne's dispatch of
which the foregoing is tbe substance,
The indications are tilut Germany in
its reply thereto will point out that
the British Foreign olliee was the first
to give information to tbe press coincident with the flrst speech of Lord
Cranborne, the Biitisb uuder-sccretary
for Foreign uaffirs.
BOTH FIGHTERS READY.
McGovern   to Meet   Davo Sullivan   at
Louisville Tonight.
Louisville, Feb. 21.���All arrangements for the fight between Terry
McGovern and Dave Sullivan tomorrow night belore tbe Southern Athletic
club in this city have been completed
and reports from the lighters indicate
that they are in prime condition for
the contest. Both men have finished
their training and will weigh in at
the Auditorium here at 3 o'clock to
morrow aiternoon. According to
agreement, if either tips the scales at
over 126 lbs., he will forfeit $500.
The fighterB will enter tne ring at 0
o'clook and will box 25-rounds
straight Marquis uf Qucensbury rules
for 60 per cent of the gate receipts, 75
per   oent   to   the   winner and 25   per
nt to the loser.
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rUSHING CANADIAN TRADE.
Permanent Agencies of Manufacturers
to He Established in London.
London, Feb. 21.���Preparations to
establish Canadian commercial
agencies in" Great Britain where the
manufacturers and products of the
Dominion could not only bo seen, but
tnclr rae'rits heard from competent men
are much discussed among Canadians
residents here who heartily endorse
the suggestions.
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LOVED TO DISTRATCION.
FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED.
Lady     Disappears     and     Her   Purse
Found by 8o-callcd Tourists.
Buffalo, Feb. 21.-Miss Alice M.
Colie,28 yoars old, disappeared from
her home Wednesday aiternoon nnd
the police have been asked to locate
her. It is said that a pocketbeok
belonging to Miss Colie was found on
Goat island, Niagara Falls, by two
men who claimed to be English tourists. According to the story they told
Assistant Passenger Agent Wightman,
of the Erie railway, found the pocket-
book near tho brink of the falls.
Wightman says they showed him a
card taken from the purse bearing
Miss Colie's name. The tourists wbo
are on their way to Calilornia, have
left the falls.
LEAVES THE COLLEGE.
Roosovelt,
Home    to
Helmcken   Relates   Circumstances of Invitation Into
Cabinet.
News From  German  Party
Exploring Antarctic
Regions.
Ul't.illl, TO TUB MINER.)
Victoria, Feb. 21.���The writ was
Issued this afternoon f,,r tbe Victoria
by-election; tint nomination will be
on March 5th, the election on March
8 th.
Mr. Helmcken was not permitted to
reply in tho house yesterday to the
premier's charge that he was toying
with a portfolio, He stated toduy
that the preiinot after Mr.llrown's defeat, had asked bim into the cabinet,
uud offered to modify the government's policy on lines Mr. Helmcken
would suggest. Mr. Helmcaen declined, but tile premier still pressed
bim. When the famous l.udysuiith
Leader interview appeared in which
Mr. Dunsmnir had expressed uo confidence in .Mr. lleliueken, the latter
demanded nn explanation of the inconsistency of the tivo positions o( the
pro.nier. Thc hitter said lie had heen
mis-ivportcd, and .Mr. Helmcken then
asked him to make a public statement
to that effect. This be did not do, and
thc matter vas never uguiu discusbud
with him.
TIDINGS FROM THE SOUTH.
Victoria, Feb. 21. ���Thc steamer
Uiowera, which arrived here this
afternoon, brought Ibe report of the
steamer Langlin, which bud arrived at
Sydney after taking provisions to
Kiirgnelin lalani for thc German expedition which is exploring the
Antarctic ocean in the steamer Causs.
Besides the provisions the Langlin
landed 88 dogs, dog tenders and two
German scientists who are to join tbe
party the ('uuss, and continue the explorations towards the south pole.
There, were some apprehensions us to
whether the Jauss had been at the
island belore the Langlin arrived, but
there were no signs of such a visit.
Ibe buildings erected by the British
expedition in 1H11 were found intact
but badly in need of repair. The
islands bud an immense population of
rabbits, the descendants ot a few left
there by the llritish expedition.
The Victoria board of trade will
urge the provincial government to
assist tbe construction of a railway
through lhe Cow irhun | valley to
Alberni.
The steamer Mioweru from Australia, encountered tlie same current
reported by the steamer Mona, but
this time it wns north of tho equator
and carried the steamer 24 miles out
of her course on two occasions.
The Mionera brought 2,000 carcases
of frozen mutton tlic first received
from Australia for over a year.
The Lenora Mining Co. havo received authortiy from the Dominion government to cross lite tracks of thc E.
and N. railway with the rallnny they
are building from theii mine at Mount
Sicker to Osborne Bay.
Jun.,     Taken
Washington.
Groton, Mass., Feb. 21.���Theo.
Roosevelt,Jun., who has been ill with
pneumonia (or two weeks in the Groton Bohool Infirmary, is bound for
Washington tonight. Bundled up to
bis eyes with blankets, he was taken
iu a covered sleigh from tbo infirmary
to the special train which had been in
readiness at the Groton station for
several days. The lad was nccom-
oanied by Mrs, Roosevelt and Dr. P.
M. Rixey, while in another conveyance was Miss Roosevelt.
REORGANISING ATHABASCA.
Scheme of Reincorporating and Amalgamating With   Venus.
It was stated on good authority yes-
terny thut there wns a strong probability thut Ihe Athabusua company
would be reorganized soon, und registered ns a L'anndinn company with
head office in Toronto. The likelihood
is thut the Venus company will also
join in the scheme [or   amalgamation.
There two propeztles are so situated
that they cue be worked bettei in conjunction tban separately. On both
properties considerable work hus
been done, there is a good supply of
water and un excellent ten-stamp
mill. Under the new conditions, if
present negotiations are carried
through,tlic result should be tho operation of a profitable mine of considerable magnitude at an early date.
New York, Feb. 21.���A pecullai
tragedy occurred today in tbe handsome residence of William J. SymonB,
at Caryl, a suburb of Yonkers. It resulted' in the serious wounding of
Georgian, tho five year old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Symons, and the
probable fatal wounding of Amelia
Fisher, a servant.
The cause of the shooting, which
was done by the servant, is supposed
to huve been un Insane fondness for
tbo child whom she feared would be
separated from her.tbrough dismissal.
Mrs. Symons went shopping leavingJDr. Bnnco of Obclrin,
the little girl in charge of the servant, li oned, declared that
When   she   returned   there   was    no J jured would die,
WRECK ON LAKE SHORE LINE.
Cleveland, Feb. 21.���The Lake Shore
passenger train west from Cleveland,
at 3 o'clock, it is reported, was
wrecked near Oberl'n. The train is
an accommodation between Cleveland
and Toledo. It carried five coaches all
well filled. No statement of casualties is made.
A relitf train with doctors and surgeons left Cleveland for the scene of
the accident at 5 o'clock. The accident occurred a half mile east of
Oberlin depot. The piston rod of thc
engine broke, throwing the entire
train from tho track. The coaches nre
in the ditch on their sides. Shortly
after 5 o'clock three injured passengers were taken to the Park hutel.
who was sum-
none of the in-
BOTH WERE EXCITED.
Ex-Mayor   Phelan   and   Minister   Wu
Got Warm on Chinese Exclusion.
New York, Feb.21. ��� Wu Ting Fang
Chinese minister to the United States,
nnd .lames I). Phelan, former mayor
of San Francisco, had nn exciting
colloquy on the subject of Chinese exclusion, in the corridor of an uptown
hotel todny. Mr, Pnelttn wns one ol a
de egntion that visited Washington to
urge the re-enactment of the ���fcxclu-
t-ion act and holds pronounced viows
on the subject, Be and Minister Wu
met by chance, and after renewing
recollections of a former meeting nt
tlie Bohemian Olub in San Prancisco,
expressed their views in tones that
attracted a crowd. They Quieted down
before tbey parted and tne minister,
in conclusion, said: "You know
about the subject, now that I bave
talked to you." Nklson   Daily Miner,   Saturday,   February 22,  1902
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CONTROLLED IN CANADA.
If the organs of the 0. P. R. continue to make a bogey man out of Jim
Hill the time is not far distant when
mothers will frighten their children
when they are naughty by telling
them that the ogre Hill will come
and curry them away if they are not
good. They continue to misrepresent
hm and attribute to him the most sinister designs on British Columbia and
a desire, in some dark and mysterious
way, to injure its mining and smelting interests. What is the truth ol the
matter? Mr. Hill is a native of
Canada, although today he is probably the most able railroad man in the
United Sates. One of the ambitions of
his lile is to become popular in his
native land, and he has caused the expenditure ol considerable money in
British Columbiu in tho construction
of a system which wives tlie people the
beaefit of competing lines. What
would the Kootenays und Yale be and
what would the freights and fares be
if it were not that there is competition in transportation? It is ditlicult
to imagine at what the heights the
prices for railway scivice would be
under such an unfortunate situation
as a monopoly by the 0. P. R. Mr.
Hill knows the possibilities of this
country, understands that it has
boundless resources,and fully believes
that tho railroad ventures which he
has made, which he is making and
which be will continue to make, will
be of benefit to the province of British
Columbia and the Dominion in which
ho was born. It is his desire that his
native land should have the benefit of
a part of his genius as a railroad
man, as if it were not for that wish
he has a larger field for his energies
in the United States. Those who are
intmate with Mr. Hill know witb
what enthusasw be speaks o( Canada
and Canudiuns and bow earnestly he
discusses his plans for tbe giving the
country new lines of transportation
and how strong: his desire is to play
as important a part in benefiting the
country as his circumstances and op-
portuntos will permit. It is certain
that the great railway magnate has a
warm spit in bis heart for Cnnadn,
and, therefore, that be should seek to
injure it in any manner is simply
impossible.
One of the means whieh the organs
opposed to Mr. Hill are using in an
endeavor to discredit him is the
fact that he is a part owner in the
stock of the Crow's Nest Puss Coal
oompany. This ownership cuine about
in the most natural way in the world.
During the strike in the Slocan in
191)0 the demnnd for coke from tbe
smelters fell off to almost nothing.and
it became necessary [or the Crow's
Nest Pass Coal company to find a new
mnrket. Coul nud coke were shipped
over the C. P. K. through tbe mountains to Lethhridge and lrom thence
via a narrow gunge line to the Great
Northern. From there it Tias sent to
the smelters at Butte anil elsewhere.
Tbe ohargo mado by the C. P. R. for
the haul from Fernie to Letiibrulge
was so high that the margin o( profit
was very slender.
When 'he strike was ovei and tho
smplters of Kootenay were operating
up to their former output the productive capacity of the coal mines und
coke ovens had increased and the
possibilities o( the market to the south
of the boundary linj wero better understood. The coke of the Craw's
Nest basin is of a superior quality
and the smelters in the states want it.
Tbo railroad transportation charges
were so high that it wus impossible to
ship via Lethbrislgo and make anything ncai a legitimate profit. The
Great Northern system extends Ior
hundreds of ">iles through the stites
to the south o( the line. A more
direct route was needed as the home
market only consumed n tithe of the
product. After a desperate fight, during which tho C.P.R. used nil of its
influence and adopted its usual buccaneering tactics to prevent it, a
Charter was secured (or a railway lrom
the coalfields oi the Crow's Nest Pass
south to the boundary line. Mr. Hill
agreed to construct this line and also
a line from the boundary line south
to a connection with the Oreat Northern system at Jennings.
In consideration o( this Mr. Hill
was permitt'.'d to purchase a three-
tenths interest in tho stock of lhe coal
company for which he paid a prem.
ium. Thc pur value o( the stock was
*500,i)00 and Mr. Hill paid $800,000
for tbe three-tenths which he acquired. Upon tliis transaction the stories
that Mr. Hill had acquired a control
of the stock of the coal company were
made. Thu officer! o( the company
have repeatedly denied that Mr. Hill
had obtained a control of the stock.
They also asvovetute that the control
is held by a syndicate which Is
pledged to not part with a control
nnder any circumstances to Mr. Hill
or anyone else. There is uot the te-
motest possibility ol the control passing out of the hands ot the syndicate
of Canadians who now manage the
compauy, nnd it is to be hoped that
this assurance will satisfy the several
organs of the C.P.R. who are so
frightened whenever tbe subject is
mentioned that they go into hysterics,
like the Tribune did yesterday morning when it indalged in capitals to
add emphasis to a dispatch which
purported to have come from Minneapolis, and wiiieb stated that tbe
Securities company was negotiating
for stock of the Crow's Nest Coal company. The Securities company may
want control,but they cannot get it.
The attitude of the Tribune in the
controversy anent ooal and ooke is
curious as it is found fighting on tbe
side o( a railway monopoly. For
years it posed as a friend of the
worker and was the Don Quixote of
the labor element, obarging on every
occasion on tho windmills of capital,
but now it is the loudest advocate of
the C.P. B. How is it that the mighty
adovcate of the cause of the people
has fullen to such a dept as this ?
A TOTTERING GOVERNMENT.
Tho weakness of tho government
was palpable shown at tne opening
of the legislative assembly by the vote
for an adjournment of the debate,
when it carried its point by a majority of two. That it recognized its lack
of strength was also revealed in the
overtures which it made to the oppo
sition caucus when it offered two
seats in tlie cabinet and the speaker
ship if tho oppositionists would join
bands with it to defeat Martin. By
tbe latter act, if tho offer was made in
good iaith and was not the result of
understanding with the wily Martin.it
must have estrnnged and excited the
hostilty of Martin and as the overtures were rejected it thus added con-
siderbly to the chances* of its final
overthrow. It is in such a predicament, being between tbe Devil und
thn deep sea, that thc least addition to
the number of its opponents will bnt
hasten its end.
Ab several of the members, notably
Smith Curtis, of Rossland, E. C.
Smith, of East Kootenay, JoR"ph
Martin and his personal followers,
are pledged for redis'.iibution, it is
probable that a crisis will be avoided
until after such a measure has been
adopted and then, as there are so
many discordant elements in tbe
legislature, lt is probable Unit a general election will have to be held. In
this event there will be a new shuffling of the political cards and it is
difficult to foretell what eltment will
be in the ascendency when the result
of ��ho polling is known.
There should be a ohange at tbo
capital, and as soon ns can be and the
elemetts of disorder which have boen
congregated there whenever tbe legislature couvenes, should be relegated
to the quietude of private life. There
are several members of the legislature
who place tho welfare of the province
before tbeir private affairs nnd who
earnestly endeavor to give the people
a gootl and stable government. These
Should be re-elected. On the other
hand, there are several whose only
desire is to servo private and personal
ends, and wbo seem to looso sight of
the fact that tncy are there to serve
thc people, and these should be retired and better mon chosen in their
places. Tbis continual strife and
turmoil in tlie governmeent and the
legislature should be stoppod if thore
is any desire on the part of tho people
for prosperity, pence and stability.
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FIFTH ANNUAL
ROSSLAND
WINTER   CARNIVAL
Thursday, Friday & Saturday,
February 20 to 22, 1902
PROGRAM OF SPORTS
! (Iranil Hookey Tournament (for the senior Bnd jnnior championship of the province), Kive Skating Knees, Six BooWBboe RaeeH, Bki
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. wi.nw.ewi.os
Roarrt or Directors     Thomas K. Kenny.  President;   Thomas Hltohle,  Vice- President
JWIlev Smith, H. O. Bauld, Hon. David Maokeen. rreoiuenu
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Ueneral Manager, Kdson L* Peaso. Montreal.
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Accounts received on the moBt favorable terms.   Interest allowed on fpecia
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
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GALT COAL.
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
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Rates to all railway and
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Rossland
Winter Carnival
Feb. 20, 21, 22
Will issue return tickets at
Single Fare
February  20,   21,  good  for
return till February 24.
Full particulars from  local
agents.
For berths, time tnbles, rates and.fnll
information apply to.
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About that second-hand article of
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MINING NEWS.
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Tlio otc shipments through Kaslo
during tho week were 200 1>I tons.
A forco of 35 men aro employed at
the Knterprise, says the Slocan Drill
Almost all 0�� the ore extracted is
uoinff sent through the concentrator.
A carload of concentrates will be
shipped early next week.
The Arlington shipped 50 tons of oro
during the work. There is a carload
of ore sacked at the chutes ready for
shipment, the grade of whioh will be
squat to that sent cut lost March, thc
nut proceeds then being $5,200.
The promoters of tho Eepubllo com-
panv, owning property on Erin moun.
lain, write that the condition of the
concern is very sound. Instruction
have been given bv the president to
li, fi, Campbell-Johnstone to let the
contract 'or building the wagon road
to thu Kepiiblie group. Operations
will be oommenced just as soon ns
their engineer advises and will not be
suspended, but the mine opened up iii
u conservative and scientific niannei.
The Kootenaian says the Orent
llritain group, consisting of five
claims situated on the headwaters of
Cooper crtok has boen sold to C.
Sutherland Clute. of Spokane, who
represents Couer d'Alene capital, tor
810,000. The group iB said to be one
of the best ln the Lardeau district.
The ore gives assays of 77 ounces
silver. $12 In gold and 4 per cent copper. About 300 feet of work has been
nunc on the property.
The Slocan Drill says that the
lessees nnd owuers of the Ottawa were
informed on Wednesday that the
money was in the bank to cover the
option held on that property by Pittsburg capitalists associated with W.
D. Wrighter, of Spokane. A month
since Messrs. Wrighter and Coleman
secured a 30-day option on the Ottawa
which expires .today. Tho price of the
bond in about $45,000. The Ottawa
is said to be looking uncommonly
good, the pivysteak showing 18 inches
of shipping ore in the face of tho
drift.
Mr, Robert Seifert, of Vaneouvor,
has received some wimples of mica
from the llig Ueiid of the Columbia
river district. Some twelve or fourteen claims have been staked on the
Vi in which is located about four miles
west from Kinbasket lake a widening
of the Columbia river below Donald,
borne mining was done last fall and
as a resulit of tests of tbe mica made
in Iloston an option on the property
bas been secured by a Donald man. A
test of the mica received here Is stated
to have been extremely satisfactory.
Mr. Seifert contemplates a trip to the
Big Bend oountry in the spring. In
the working of the vein, it is understood, that boats will bo loaded and
dropped down the river from Kinbasket Jake to Revelstoke, at which point
the cargo will be removed aod tbe
boats returned to Donald by rail and
tbe operation repeated.���Province.
atop* liie Cough
and Works on" thc Cold.
Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne Tablet* cure   acold
n one da v.   NoCure, noPay.   Price 25 cents.
L, T. B. LODGE INSTITUTED.
After the adjournment of the Provincial Grand Orange Lodge of B. C,
in this citv on Thursday evening, D.
11. (1. M. Walsh, of Victoria, Thrift
of Hazelmere, and McKenzie, of
Nanaimo, instituted a Loyal True
Blue Lodge, Star of the West, with
the following most efficient staff ot
ofliccrs: W.M., Brothei Robert Weir;
D. M., Sister Roda Jackson; Recording Secretary, Brother J. A. Knouf;
H. T., Brother Joslah Young; Treasurer, Sister Lydia James; chaplain,
Brother Richard James; D. of C,
Brother R. J. McCandlish ; Conductor,
Sister R. A. Ibbotson; Com., Brothers
J. Wbecler.D.S.Stanley, D.McDonald;
I.Q., Biother Joseph Jackson. The
lodge as institued consists of 17
nieiiitiers, and there are applications
from 211 others. The loage starts out
witb the best of auspices. The officers
arc most enthusiastic and will do all
that they can to promote the best interests of the lodge and of the members. The charier will remain open
for six months, thus affording an
opportunity for all who desire to
identify themselves with tho L. T, B.
association and thus assist it in its
disinterested work. The above named
gentlemen while on their way back
to the coast will institute a L. T. B,
lodge at Revelstoke.
Until further notice the steamer
Kokanee will only make a trip to
Lnrdo once a week on Thursdays.
We have shoes to fit all feet, all
purses, all occasions���The Wallace-
Miller Co.
SUPREME COURT.
Two  Judgments   Rendered   and   the
List Cleared.
In the Snpieme court this morning
tbe case of Conifer vs. Lynch was resumed and concluded. Judgment was
given for the plaintiff. His lordship
ruled that when a judgment is ob-
tained against a partnership and has
not been registered against the individuals of tho firm, it does not hold
as against the property of the individual if lhat property never became
part of the partnership property.
Judgment was delivered verbally in
the oaso of Bremner vs. Arlington.
The plaintiff got judgment.Hfter making certain deductions admitted, for
$1,207.05; he loses the five por cent,
retained when payment wbb made on
previous woik done to secure completion of coutrnet and judgment was
given of the counterclaim lor $240 ior
the defendant. Cotta of the principal
aotion to tbo plaintiff, and on tho
counter cluiji to thc defendant.
His lordship leaves this morning for
Rossland where he will sit on Monday. It is cX(ecU)d that the next session of the Supremo court to be held
in Nelson will be in May.
lt is understood lhat au appeal will
be entered by the uefendant in Paulson vs. Beeman against tho ruling of
his lordship that the map or plan required to be made and signed in beginning action to adverse a mineral
claim need not necessarily be made
from a survey ou the ground.
A fine line of Imported and Domes1
tic cigars, Peterson 'a patent pipes,
Lowe and B, B. B. goods-at Tbur-
man's.
AT THE HOTEL8.
Madden.���A. S. Palmer, Plum Ilar-
bor, Ont.; P. McOuire, Sioean City;
J. J. MeKinnon, Rossland.
Queens.���0. C. Brown,Rossland ; W.
E. Lee and wife, D. Campbell, wife
and son, Spokane; J. P. Wilson,
Hamilton.
Phair���R. Fawcett, Vancouver; F.
Cowans, Silverton; A. D. Mara, Spokane; R, Bowman, Vancouver; J. D.
Kendall, London, Eng.; C.Comestock,
Quebec.
Hume���H. Trudel, Montreal; W.
Pfoifer, Kaslo; D. W. Moore, Trail;
Mrs. O. D. Sexton, New York; G. H.
P.amsay, Vancouver; Chas. Yungler,
Milwaukee; J. W. Waits Oil City,
Pa.; J. R. Martin, T. B.Hill, Vancouver; 8. Vila, Hamilton.
Grand Central-E. Picard, Ymir.F.
Gomer, Sandon; J. E. Astley, T.
Hebson, Whitewater; J. C. O'Connor,
Slooan City; W. MclDtosh, A. G.
Smith, J. Culhano, Silverton; H.
Whitebone, Whitewater; G. L. Bremner; A. Earemmer, Ymir.
In raising poultry tbe best Ib cheapest. Send $2 to the undersigned for a
splendid Pymouth rock cockerel. Only
six to dispose of, so order at onoe.
Geo. S. B. Perry, P.O. Box 701, Vancouver, B.C.
Commencing Wednesday morning,
10th inst., the K. R. and N. Co., will
resume their regular schedule. Leaving Nelson City wharf daily at 0 p.m.
for Kaslo and way landings, and arriving at 10.30 a.m.
For first-class leather wrlto
B. C. Leather Co.
Vancouver. B, C.
British Columbia A sputa for the celebrated
*��� PFNETANti " Sole Xuather, Cut Solos and
Heel Pieces,
Harness Leathers, Bridle, Saddle and Skirting leather'. Laco and Latigo Leathers, Upper Leathern of all kinds
Manufacturers of Closed Uppers of all
binds.
Shoemakers' Tools and Findings, Saddlery
Hardware Hides aud Oils.
Catalogues and price lists on application.
KOOT.NAY  LAKE   GENERAL   HOSPITAL
S0C1ETF.
NOTICK OF l��l II HEETINS
In accordance with the By-Laws ot the So-
cioty, the Annual General Meotlng will be held
In tho Board ot Trado Booms on Tuesday,
March 11th at3p. in.
NEW POSTOFF1CES.
W, If, Dorman, ot Vancouver, inspector of poBtoffices for the province,
'-anie in yesterday on business of his
ilcpnrtment. Speaking of changes in
the service Mr. Dorman snid that be
(oie he left he expected to open a
postoflice at Castlegur���he was now
waiting to learn the name of the appointee from Ottawa. The former
postmaster at Robson had resigned
and left three days after, so that there
is no office now and one would not be
opened again. The Marysville office
hail been opened on f'eb. 1st with E.
H. Small, as postmaster. Fe expected
to open an office at Camborne, in the
Lardeau, as soon as the ice is off tbe
Northwest Arm. It was beginning to
break as he passed coming down. A
new postoffice will be the one at
Morrissey, but the date for the opening of that has not yet been fixed. As
lo Sunday mails those requests would
go oirect to the postmaster general
jind would be dealt with there,though
he mny be asked to report on the applications. He is duiingthis visit
making some inquiries into tbe demands of the seivice in the parts of
jne province he passes over. He
leaves for Kossiand this morning.
New   spring   hats,   just arrived, at
Tho Wallace-Miller Co.
MEMBERSHIP     CONDITIONS
All annual subscribe��� to tho Hum c f Ten Dol
Jars aro members of tha Socloty, elujiKo lo
tako part In tho cloctlon of directors for the on-
Buing term and In caso of illne-s are entitled to
freo treatmont In tho hospital.
F. W. SWANNELL,
Secretary
SKATING    RINK
OPEN
Afternoon 3 to   5.30
Evening 8 to 10.00
Admission 25c.
NEWLING & CO.
AUCTIONEERS.
VALUERS. ETC.
Kootonay Street, Next Oddfellows' Ho
p. o. Box 633.
THE   MINER'S
WANT   PAGE.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Advertisements inuerted under this head al
the rate of one ceat a word per Insertion. No
advertisement) taken for less than 26 oents.
Situation Wantod advertisement Inserted
three times freo of ohargo.
A SNAP���in house reDtal Six-roomed
bouse, doublo plastered, hob and
cold water, bath, etc. in good condition, * lo u month. B. J. Steel,
linker st.
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
nelson, b. c.
FOK HAU5���The Nolson Cafe, the
finest restauiaot in the" Kcotunnys,
best location, 2!> nicely furnished
rooms in connection. The best business proposition in tbo district today,
for full particulars write Nelson Cate,
Hox 2M, Nelson U.O.
, AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
K KLSON SODA WATER FACTORY-
N. M. Cummins, lessee���Every known
varloty uf soft drinks. V O iiux 88. Telephon
No. 11. lloovor titroct. Nelson. Bottlers of th
fiinous St. Leon Hot tiurintcs Mineral Wator
FOR   SALE���Cheap,     a    serai-grand
piano.    Apply box 79 Nelson, B. 0
FURNISHED rooms with   or without
board.     Apply     on   Silica    street,
second dooi west of Ward.
FURNISHED   ROOMS   TO   RENT.���
Apply   to   Mrs K, J. Sqnires, Room
40, K. W. 0. block.
WANTED
3. H. LOVE,
Nelson Employment Agency,
P. O. Box 405. Fhone 278.
WANTED by a   middle-aged   lady   of
experience,   the   lease,   or management of   coarding or   lodging   house.
Address V..O Hox 118, Nelson, B.C.
WANTED���fosition    by   expeiienced
men in restaurant kitchen.   Address
F. S. this office.
WANTED.
Hotel.
-A   waitress Bt the   Phair
WANTED.���Ladies and Gentlemen
enjoy your evening at home by making $12 per week. Send your address
and two cent stamp to box 205, London, Ont.
WANTED���Pupils for Piano or Organ
hy   Mrs.   Starmer   Smith,    address
residence or P.O.Box 137.
WANTED.���Men and women   wanted
to work   at   home.       Good   wages.
Write   Glasgow     Woollen    company,
Dept. C, Toronto
HELP of all kinds wanted and
furnished. Western Canadian Em
ployment Agency. Large warehouse
for storage; call at Piosser's Second
Hand store, Ward steet.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's Nest
Southern   Ry.     Good   wages, long
job   Headquarters, Elko,    II.   C. A.
Guthrie Sc Co.
MISCELLA NEOUS
ENGINEERS, Firemen, Machinists
and h'lectiicians send for 40-page
pii'uphlet containing Questions asked
by examining board of engineers to
obtain engineer's licence. Address
Geo. Zeller, publisher, 18 S 4th St.,
St. Louis, Mo.,  U.S.A.
JOHN MoIATOHIE
Dominion and
Provincial^"*
Land Surveyor.
t6q NELSON BX
IT'S THE OLD STORY
A Well-Known Toronto gentleman tried all
the Catarrh cures hoard of for yearn; at
���   liwt Japanese Catarrh Cure removed ovcry
symptom Of the disease.   It euros pernia
nontly.
Mr W. B. Williams, of 251 Church street
Toronto, writes:���"I havo used Japaese Catarrh
Curo for catarrh, and believe it to be nn artiolo
of superior merit.   It lias givoo mo immediato
roliof, and cured mo completely of ncute catarrh, which had trouhkd mo for years.   1 be
liove I havo tried overy othor remedy known
for catarrh, but In each Instance my catarrh returned.   It is now ionic timo since being cored
with Japanese Cntarrli Curo, and I havo since
been freo from ovory symptom of the disease,
I can highly rocommond this remedy.    Prico
fO cents, all druggists. ______ t> m
Kor salo by J. H. Vanstone, Nel��on. a Cl
FOR SALE
As a going concern the business carried on by the
EXPRESS   OIGAR
COMPANY
under the management  of the late
A. B. Gray,
TENDERS
will be received by the undersigned
up to 12 o'clock noon, Monday,
February 24th, for the stock in
trade and fixtures ofthe above company,   made up as follows ;
Cigars, Domestic     -      $3262.94
Clgurs, Imported     - 434-53
Cigars. Imported, ln bond   367-80
Scotch Wnlskey. in bond _ 316.69
4381-96
Fixtures 6 Office Furniture 48025
Separate Tenders will be received
for the Cigars, Liquor and Fixtures.
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD & Co.-Corner Fron
s and Hall Stroels���Wholesale grocer
and jobbers iu blankets, gloves, mitts, boots
rubburs, mackinaws and miners' Jundrios.
FRESH AND SALT MEATC
P   BURNS Sc Co.-Bakor Stroot, Nelson-
���   Wholesale dealers iu  fresh a      cured
meats.   Cold Storage.
WEST    KOOTKNAY    BUTOHBR    CO.
Baker Street, Nelson���Wholesale dea
ers in fresh aud cured meats.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIEb
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO - Bake
Stroet, Nolson ��� Wholesale dealara ir
hardware, miners' supplies, sporting goods
oto
M'LACHLAN BROS. BakerStroet Nelson,
B. C���Dealers in general harhware,
mining supplies, gluss, paiils, l'ortiand Cement, rtro clay and Scotch fire brick. Agents
for Wilkins und Co.'s celebrated steel wire rope
NELSON   HARDWARE CO.-Wholesali
paints, oils and glftss; mechanics   tools
Agonts for Ontario Powder Works; lfnamlte
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
TURNER, BEETON & Co.-Corner Vernoi
and Josephine Stroets, Nelson���Whole
sate dealers iu liquors, cigars, and dry goods
Agents for Pabst Browing Co. of Milwaukei
aud Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.
H
UDSON'Q BAY Co.-Wholeaalo grocerle:
and liquora oto,, Baker Streot, Nolson.
LUMBER
NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILL-
Offlco corner Hall and Front Streets
NoISOn��� Lumbor, celling, flooring, and every
thing In wood for building purposes. Oet oui
pricos.   Correspondence solicited.
CONFECTIONERY.
J     A.   M'DOKALD,      Agent   Hozolwood
.   Di	
Dairy Co. Ice Cream.
J. 0. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc,
; MINING ENGINEEB.
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Stre�� Nelson. B. c
IMPERIAL
HOTEL
LATE SILVER  KING HOTEL
Finest and Best Bar ln the City.
The best Brands of Liquors
and Cigars.
RATES
$1.00 AND $1.50 PER DAY
JOSEPH HARWOOD.   -   Proprietor
TERMS:
2=, per cent cash, balance in 2, 4
and 6 months, with approved security with interest.
This is an excellent opportunity
to secure a good paying business.
The stock, books of the Company,
and stock sheets may be inspected
on application to the  undersigned.
Tho highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
E. B. M'DERMID.
Clements-Hillyer lllock       Liquidator
BENNETT'S FUSE.
Be  sure and get the genuine   BENNETT'S GUTTA PERCHA FDSE.not
something that looks   like   it
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.,Agents
OALL ON THB
NELSON WINE CO.
and try a bottle, a dozen, or a barrel ot
CALGARY BEER aa It la the best and
cheapens on the market. Alao try onr
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
PRANK  A. TAMBLYN. M.����ss.
Telephone 93 Baker  t>. Ne
Kootenay Railway and Na?
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO tc SLOCAN RAILWAY,
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TBAD CO. Lto
Shortest and quickest route to tho east and al
points on Jie O. H. Sc N. and Northorn l'h
clll,: Railways in Washington, Oregon and
Southern Slut���.
Time Card Effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
8:30 a. ra. Lv.
lthfw p.m. Ar.
tKarto
Sandon
Ar. 1:00 p. m
Lt. LIS p. in
Int Nav- & Trading Oo
NEUWN-KASLO BOIITK.
9:20 p. m. Lt. Nelaon Ar. 11:00 a. a
9:10 p. m. Ar; Kaslo Lt. 7:00 a.
Connecting at FIto Milo Point with Nelson
& Fort Hhoppard Railway both to and fron,
Rotuuand, eto.
Tlckots sold to all parts in United State., and
Canada via Great Northern and O. It Sc N
Co.'s line-.
Oooan steamship  tickets  and  rates Tl   a
lines will be furnished on application.
For furthor particulars call on or address
ROBERT IRVINU!
Manager. Kaslo,!). O
Taokabury AkciiI, Nolson B. ('.
.. FURNITURE ..
AND
UNDERTAKING
If you over conic our why" ami we do not tre-it. you right
plcufce publish tlie fuel.
D. J. Robertson & Co.
Vernon St., Next New P. O. Building.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which Is Amslgsmsti-d
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO.
Paid-up   Capital,   83.nn0.000;    Reserve   Fund,   J2,000,000 i
is Over 105,000,000,
B. E. WALKER, Ueneral Manager.
Aggregate   Hesourccs Over 165,000,000,
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.
London Office: 60 Liimburd Street,  I'. C.
New York Olfice; io Uichsnge Place.
And 68 branchod iu C'amula and the Uniled States, including!
blUTISH (.OLLiMlilA
Atltn OBMNWOOD Nklkon Handon
Chanhkoor        KHfLoOPB Nkw Wkhtminrtku   Vanoouter
Fkhnik Nanaimo Hiibhi.a.mi Victokia
YUKON DISTRICT-Dawhon and Wiiitk Hoksk.
UNlTulI) STATES���Nlw Yokk, San Fhancisuo, Skattlk, Pokti.and, Skaowat,
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits KeceiTod and Interest Allowed.   Present Kate 3 Per Cent
Nelson Branch.
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
FOR
Similkameen   Coal   Stock
For   full   particulars   apply   to
R. J. STEEL, Broker, Nelson, B. C.
THE DOMINION WIRE ROPE CO., Ltd.
MONTREAL
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE HOPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E- CE0ASDAILE Agent Nelson-
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
Branoh Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kasl.
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City
Order* by mall to oav branch will bave careful and nramst attention.
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBTJLED TEAIHS.
PALACE D1NIN& AHD 0BSEBVATI0B
OABSi-    ALBalaOAETE.
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.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
D rect connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New Torlr
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:40 ��.'m
Leaves Spokane daily ior West at 7:20 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 800 p.m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation Kast
bound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North-Weal
and North-Land of theNorthem Steamship Oompany Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern liail-
way.
For further information, apB, fold
ers, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
FbUb Sc Northern By., Kaslo * Slocan
Ry., Koote)'ai Railway & Navigation
Co , or to
a BRANDT.
Oity Pass, and Tkt   Agt,  W 7ol  VV,
Riverside Ave., Spokane, Wash.
G. K, TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
N��lson.B O
Spokane Falls Sl
Northern R'v.
Nelson Sl Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
SPECIAL SERVICE
NELSON TO SPOKANE
For thc comfort of the number ol
people who are now using this
popular line, a direct daily BuftV
Car service has been inaugurated
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable on any of the
larger railways in Canada or th
U. S.
Close connections made  at  Spo
kane for the south, east   and  west.
Only io hours to Seattle and   18
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points,
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
8:80 a.m Spokane   7:15 p.m.
13 :���;.") p.m Rossland 4 :30 p.m
10:80 a.m Mountain r, \V.i p. m.
8:40 a.m Nelson 6:45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. ft T.A.
Spokane, Wans
G. K. TAOKABURY.
Agent, Nelson, B.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
head officb toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply lo G. Li. LKNNOX, Baker tit.
Nelson.
A. R. HEYLAND,
P. L. S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
Mineral .i?ia��s and mines suiveyed
SILVER KING MIKB
Will pa; tbo highest oaBh price for all
kinds of second hand goods. Will bny
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Fnrnitare, stoves, oarpnrU,
cooking ntensils, bongbt in household
quantities. Also cast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Boi^MMl HaU
Street, NelBon, B. C.
4 ***i *���*'  *����� - Nklson Daily Miner Saturd Of,  February 22,   tgos
Trunks and   Yo" Clin 6ee iD
our store   a   very
Valises complete line  of
TRUNKS frum the very cheap make
to the solid Irak tra'alllng* Trunk canvas covered witu br&bB fittings, a regular clobi: trotter. We can supply you
with IIRIl'S at price ranging from 880
to $20; also .SUIT   CASES   from   $:!.!>(>
to tin each.
MOULEY & LAING
Booksellers, Stationers
NELSON.  B. G.
Show Room for Mason Sc ltisch pianos
��� MWVm^MMM WW WW ���
THE CITY
��MrV��AM^VWrVVVArVMA����V��VVt
A daughter was lioni on Thursday
February 20th, to the wife of C. J?
Dell, ot Fairvlew.
Probate has heen granted to E. A.
Crease on the estate of the late Alexander fi. Gray.
Mrs. F. -Starkey and dangMer left
on Thursday evening for a month's
visit to the ooast
C. Carr, bookkeeper for .Steeper and
Co., was removed to thu hospital on
Thursday Buffering lrom appendicitis.
A oarload of horses was brought
down from the Lardo yesterday consigned to Welch and* Co. at (Irand
Forks.
The funeral of the late B. V. Love
was held yesterday afternoon at 3.30
from McArthur and Co.'s establishment to tho eity cemetery where
funeral service was conducted hy Rev.
F. H. (Jrahara.
' The third lecture of the series under
the auspices of the Florence Crittenden
society is to he given on Tuesday
evening next in the Baptist church by
llr. McLennan, who will give some
instructive particulars on tuberculosis.
Tomorrow at Emmanuel church Rev.
Wm. Munroe will preach in the morn
ing od Philip's Call. The evening
subject will ho Tne Message of tho
Church to the Problems of Today. A
cordial invitatiou is extended to
everyone
There is reported to be a decided
split in the ranks of the Nelson
Socialistic Educational club, caused
by the attempt on the part of the elub
to decide whether tlm lion. Joseph
Maitin should have tho support of
their organisation or not.
Most of thu delegates wbo were In
Nelson attending the session uf the
(Irand Lodge have left for home,
although a few are remaining in the
city for a few days longer visiting
friends hero. All express themselves
as delighted witli tlieir visit.
There were over 300 cars in the C.P.
R. yards on Thursday night all hound
east or west. Many trains of 30 atul
40 cars each are being handled each
day between Nelson and llalfour.
Coal and coke constitute a considerable
number of tho carloads.
No ore has been shipped to the
smelter from tlm Molly Gibson mine
for a week owing to the road from
the tramway to the wharf being
blocked iu several places by snow-
slides. It will probably bo some days
yet before thc obstructions are cleared
away.
The regular meeting of the Socialist
League wiil he help tomorrow afternoon in the Miner's Union hall, to
commence at 3 o'clock. Thu subject
for discussion will he The Objects of
the Socialist League, There will he
the usual ireo discussion, which is
open to all.
The Dr.R.W. Bucke, of the London,
(Int., insane asylum, whoso tragic
death was recorded in yesterday's
Miner, was tho father of the lute
Maurice A. Bucke, miuing engineer,
and manager of the Arlington mines,
30 miles south of Nelson. It will bu
remembered that M. A. Bucke was
killed in an accident in Montana
some two years ogo. It iH a singular
coincidence that father and son met
death by accident within such a short
time.
MUST BE SHOWN
Ooffee Drink-vs Acquire Proof.
When persons insist en taking some
kind of food or drink that causes disease it is nut fair to blame a doctor
for not curing them.
Coffee keeps thousands of people
sick in spile of all the doctor can do
to cure them, 'there is but one way
to get well. That is to quit ccfl'ee
absolutely; a great help will be to
shift over to I'ostum Food Ooffee.
A ease of this kind is illustrated by
Mrs. E. Kelly. 833���8th Av., Newark,
N..L, who says, ''1 have been ailing
for about eight years with bilious
troubio and indigestion. Every doctor
told me tc give up coffee, 1 laughed
at the idea of coffee hurling me. until
about three years ago I was taken
very bad and had to have a ductor
attend me regularly.
The doctor ) ef used to let me have
coffee, but prescribed I'ostnm Food
ColTee.I soon got to malting it so well
that I could not tell the difference in
taeto between I'ostum and the common coffee,
I b.*gan to improve right away aud
have never had a bilious spell since
giving up coffee and taking Husttim.
When 1 started I weighed 100 pouds,
now I weigh UIO. My friends ask
what has made tlie change and, of
course, 1 tell them it was leaving off
coffee and tailing up I'ostum. I know
husband will never get back to tbe
old fashioned coffee again. Y.ni can
use lay name if you print tllis letter
for I am not ashamed to have the
public know just what I have to sny
about I'ostum and what it bus done
lot me."
HERPICIDE^
HAIR'
U HE THU
Ia onflily ohtninnbl'
tlmiuRl] tho iibo of Now
Itro'B ilcrpiciilo, tho only
iitcujtmtion oa tho inur-
fenb UuYt roiiohofl ul"! ini -
nihllut'-n tho Koim or
microti,, that fu roHpon-
oihlo   for all scalp din-      .
oiiROR.    Ih tlnln  in..],. ��� dan-
droir  and   falling   hair im-
piitiHpilo. and cannon a thick,
luxuriant growth lo rephico
tho former thin, brittle hair.
Tlio ffontlomcn will alno
find it an ianntimalilo boon
to thorn, as it. worku liko a'
charm on Intld hoadi. bringing forth a
growth of soft, thick hair that anyonn
Blight ho proud of.
Kvon   ilruri-i t . proclaim its virtue ���, an
per tho following :
Orriep. ov \v. tl. MrnniTTtiOTD,
l'roncrliitlon IirntiKlsl,
Maiivhvili.k, Mont., 12-19, 00.
DtarBiril Uerplciih'lnn-rluinly a good
article, and will do tho work on udvorllnod ;
Unit In why woni-lllt.  I gniinuiti-o ovory bottle, nod nimehiin hi-enrHiirncil. I'leiuo-nend
mo luiotiu-r aoun.and oiiiig,-, Yours roniioct-
flllly, W. II. .Ml'ltdlTTKOTD.
For Sale at all First-Class Drug Stores.
22
merit ideas, deprives a congressman
of about ail the patronage left him by
the senate.
The house lead- ri expect to bring
pp the tax repeal bill early next
week. They are confident thev will lie
ablo to bring in a rule ohich will
protect the hill from amendment.
'���We would rather have two minutes
for amendment than two days for debate.'1 said Representative Richardson, of Tennessee.the minority leader.
But this is just ��hat the majority
leaders do net want. 'i hey known
Babcock is waiting fur a chance to
otTer his bill as an amendment, and
all the Democrats in the houso would
like to come to the front with amendments which would open tlic tariff
issue wide.
The hones leaders have been canvas-
Ing thu majority to be" Mire of eioiigli
votes to support a rule whieli will bar
all amendments, 'lhe debate will he
limited to two duv, anil tie bill wiil
be sent through kilting.
Our windows are small. If you
don't tee what you want in our window, ask fur it. ���The Wallace-Miller
Co. Ltd.
Rev. Dr. Wright will conduct tbe
services   in   St.   Paul's  Presbyterian
church on Sunday.
Thc Nelson curlers who went to
Winnipeg are expected to leavo for
home this evening and are oxpectud
hero on Sunday afternoon.
J. S. Clute, Sr..inspector of customs
fur thu province, inspected the local
custom house yc-terday, and left last
evening for fiykerts, where he will
inspect tho custom hoUFe there today.
Mr. Clute is making his annual inspection ol thu custom houses of the
proivncc.
At the record office vesterday 8. A.
Ilalrich recorded the location of the
Gopher mineral claim situated on the
Slocan river two aud ore half miles
from the mouth and about two aud
one half miles west of Slocan .Junction. A certificate of work wbb
granted to E, rollout on the Alexandre mineral claim.
There are a few chances left in the
rattle of a workbox, walking stick
and several other articles. Call and
get a ticket before they are all gone.
Most of the large tickets bave been
drawn, drawing to te held at the
Palm as soon as tho tickets are all
sold.
On Thursday when Archie llrewster
was arrested his name was recorded as
Dan Brewster, a young man well
known in Nelson who has always held
an unblemished reputation. The
friends of the latter were surprised to
������uo his name in such a connection.
When tho case was investigated in the
police court yesterday how his name
came to appear as it did was explained.
An Italian named Aleesandro Hurt-
lett was badly shaken up yesterday by
ihe fall of some rock in the quarry
two miles west of the city, where the
material tor the approaches ot tho new
bridge at Kootenay Crossing is being
obtained. He was brought to the oity
and taken to tho Kootenay Lake General hospital fur treatment where it
was found that one of his lib was
brokon and another rib injured, his
nose badly cut and one leg severely
bruised, besides which ho had sustained a severe ssalp wound.
All members of Nelson's miners'
union aiu requested to attend the next
regular meeting on Saturday, Feb.
5:2nd, Business, tho nomination of
ollicers for the ensuing six months and
nomination of a full board of trustees
for the ensuing 12 months. J. U. Mc-
l'horson, President; J. Wilks,
Secretary.
At the police court yesterday morning W. Lewis pleaded guilty to un
lawful possession of on overcoat, the
property of Charles Malys, and was
sentenced to threo months with hard
labor. His partner, Jackman, who
was accused of stealing tbe coat
pleaded not guilty and the casu was
remanded until aiternoon. When tlie
case was called the second timo the
prisoner Hrst stated that ho had taken
the coat, intending to return it, hut
after a little questoning from the
magistrate confessed that he was
guilty and received the same sentence
as his partner. The case of A. and P.
llrewster was next called. They were
accused of stealing an overcoat from
the Grand Central. A. llrewster stated
that ho was guilty and had stolen the
coat. He said that he had not seen his
brother for a number of years until he
met him ou Thursday.and their father
having died four months before they
felt badly over it and gut drunk, and
he took the coat without knowing
what he was doing. He said that his
brcther was perfectly innocent . in the
matter. The magistrate did not seem
to think the grief was fresh enough to
excuse the conduct of the elder brother
and told him he was a little to old to
make the orphan plea. He therefore
gave him three months with hard
labor. The younger brother was dismissed there not being any evidence
to show that he was guilty. Archie
Brewster gave the name of Dan
llrewster when arrested.
CONGRESSMEN SUP SORROW.
Fourth   Class Postmasters May Laugh
at Tbem.
Washington, Feb. 21.���Thc postofflce
department has begun putting iu force
tlie order of the president, which
directly affects nearly 00,0(10 fourth
class postmasters, and which is likely
to arouse the hostility of many congressmen.
Fourth AssiPtant Postmaster Uristow
has announced that all fourth class
postmastein,which includes all having
a salary of less than $1,000, will not
he subject to romoval by congressmen
except tor cause und on charges filed.
Heretofore it has been customary at
the end of a four-year terra for con-,
gressmen to fill their places by the
re-appointment of the incumbent or
by n new appointment. This plan
enables congressinn to reward political
friends and punish enemies. The new
order, an   application   of president'*
ANT1-OLHO MEN QUARREL,
Prospect For Passing   Hill   in   Senate
Not Good.
Washington, Feb. 21.���The managers of tbe anti-oleomargarine campaign, though the bill was passed
recently, are not so sanguine as to the
result in the senate.
The fact that tho mai'oritv of the
dairy torces in tne houses was reduced
to forty-four is laid to "annus causes
The ohief is division and jealousy In
the ranks of the dairy people. Charles
Y. Knigbt is inclined to blame Mr.
MeCleary, while the latter says it is
palpably the fault of Tawnev.who did
not manage thc floor fight as it should
have been ainnagcd.
By a blunder Tuesday evening the
opposiiton was givon so great an
advantage lhat adjournment had tu be
taken to tally the forces for final passage.
When t he bill finally went
through, it contained a provision as tu
renovated butter, which wiil make it
harder to get through the senate. Mr.
Uenr3', of Connecticut,who was nominally in charge of tho bill, says
frankly lie fears it will not pass that
body, bat Knight is mere hope'ul.
The best shoe value in B. C. at The
Wallace-Miller Co.
NEW PLAN FOR ARMY.
London, Feb. '11.���The government
is understood to be contemplating tlie
diesirabiiity of raising an Imperial
army of considerable dimensions. Tlie
idea is not a novel one, but it lias
always hitherto been regarded by
military people hero as impracticable.
The War otlice committee is now,however, said to be seriously considering
a scheme for the construction of an
Imperial army by colonial aid,instead
of leaving the young nations of the
empire to suppoi t only sutlieient irregular soldiers for local defence.
During the last 30 days 108 men
bought 10s suits and there lias not
been one complaint. Why don't you
try The Wallace:Millor Co.
ROSSLAND ORE OUTPUT.
Rossland. Feb. 31.���The output of
the Rossland mines for the six days
ending tonight is, Le Roi 4,185 tons;
Le Roi No. 2, 1.250 tons; Velvet, 40
tons. The total tonnage for the year
to date Is 41,080.
OTHER ARRESTS IN  DETROIT.
Detroit, Feb. 21.���Warrants were
issued today for F. C Andrews and
another otlicer of the City Savings
Bank, charging falsification tf tlie report ot tbe bank's condition in February, 1901. This is the third warrant
which has been issued for him.
NOTIOE OF ASSIGNMENT
PURSUANT TO THE "CREDITOR'S
TRUST DEEDS ACT, lUOi."
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
J. G. Bunyan and S. G. Campbell,
trading aud carrying on business
together as partners, under the linn
name and style uf J. G. Bunyan md
Co., of Nelson, British Columbia,
Furniture Dealers, bave by deed of
assignment, bearing dale the (ith day
of Feburary, A. D., 1002, assigned all
their personal property, teal estate,
credits and effects, which may be
seized and sold under execution to
Norman T. Maeleod of the said City
of Nelson, accountant in trust, for the
purpose of paying and satisfying rate-
ably and proportionately without
preference or priority all the creditors
of the assignors, their just debts ao
cording to law.
Notice is also hereby given that a
meeting of the creditors of the said .1.
G. Bunyan and S. G. Campbell, is
called lor Monday, the 24th day of
February, A. n., 1H0S, at the olliee of
Elliot and Lennic, solicitors, Baker
St., Nelson, British Columbia, at the
hour of three o'clock in the afternoon,
in pursuance of said act, for the giving of directions with reference to the
disposal of the said estate.
Dated at Nelson, 11. C, this 7th day
of February, A. D. Iii02.
N. T. MACLEOD,
Assignee.
Elliot and Lennie,
Solicitors for the Assignee.
NOTICE
Sealed Tenders for the erection of a
Floating Boat House for the Nelson
Boat Club will be received by the
undersigned up to Saturday the 22nd
day of February, 1802, at 12 o'clock
noon. Plans and specifications can lie
seen at the oflice of Architect George
D. Curtis.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. FRASER,
Secretary the Nelson Boat Club.
Nelson, B. 0��� Feb. 13th, 1002,
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A fflpwer; Garden Free
We want 50,000 new customers to use our seeds. Send your nnme with
Ten Cents, and state where you saw this advertisement, wc will mail
our H:,ndsome Catalogue for 1902, and include, Free of Charge, our
Special 50 cent Flower Seed Collection--Asters, Giant Comet;
Morning Glory, new Japanese; Sweet Peas, large /lowering; Poppy, new double;
Verbena, Mammoth, enclosed in a Coupon  Envelope.
Envelope Worth 25 Cents.
The empty envelope, when returned, will be accepted as 25 Cents cash
payment on any order amounting to one dollar or upwards, for Seeds selected
from our catalogue. Your opportunity for a pretty garden -without cost.
The Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Limited. Toronto, Ont.
" Canada's Greatest Seed House"
THE
HOME
MONEY
MAKER
Home Knitters Wanted
To Work at Their Homes
Under the Direction of A
The GLASGOW WOOLLEN CO.
37 MELINDA ST., TORONTO,
To Fill Large Contracts-Good Wages
Easily Earned.
We want a few more workers In this
locality, at once, and In order to seoure
your co-operation without the delay of
correspondence, we herewith explain
our full plan In this advertisement.
The work Is simple, and the Machine
Is easily operated, and with the Guide,
requires no teaoher. If you wish to
Join our staff of Workers let us hear
promptly with the Contraot, order form
mittance, as a guarantee, and we will
machine and outfit to begin work at
OUR   METHOD   OF   DOING
Maohlnewelghsn pounds. Itlsmorewon-
dorful than a sewing; maohlne, Just
aa durable, and highor speed.
once.
BUSINESS
We wish to secure the Bcrvfces of families to do knitting
for us in tlieir homes. Our method is lho same as adopted
In England. We are the Introducers of this plan and the
largest    knitting   concern   In  Canada.
Alter long experience, we have been a'ule to produce an
Automatlo Machine by which all kinds of seamless knitting ls now done by our Family Machine, thereby enabling
anyone of ordinary intelligence to quickly learn to dn the
work from tho Instruction Guide. All wo require is that
von use thc machine according to directions. The Machine
being made expressly for this purpose, and the operation
so   simple,   lt  cannot possibly make a mistake in its work.
The great demand now Is for Bicycle Stockings, Woodmen's Socks, and Motormen's Mittens, and as we are unable to supply the demand, have taken this method of advertising   for   more  help.
Tbe largo 'export trade to the North-west Territories,
llritish Columbia, and the British Colonics, furnishes an unlimited demand for our goods, and, with the combined co-
'jperatlnn of tho many families we are employing, together
with the large amount of knitting we are able to turn out.
hy which WO save rents, insurance, Interest on capital, etc.,
eiiaMes us to undersell any manufacturers of this class of
gnnds. and we havo sale for all the knitting wo can have
turned out.
The price we pay for finished bicycle stockings Is Jlfi.OO
per hundred, or at the rate of 10c per pair; woodmen's
socks, 5c, and motormen's mittens, 12c a pair. All other
wnrk   in   proportion   to size.
The machine can be operated by any one of a family,
and at our prices any energetic family should be able to
sustain themselves comfortably, and In time be a source of
Independent   comfor t.
Our plan Is to send out each machine to beginners with
a snr>k or stocking partially knitted, and remaining In the
machine ready to be continued, and also enough yarn tn
knit ono pair of sample socks or stockings and a simple
nnd complete Instruction Guide, showing how the work is
to bp done. When the samples have been finished and
returned to us satisfactory, wo send a quantity of i/arn,
which you knit and return likewise when finished We
prepay charges on all work one way, and our workers pay
return charges. The work, as we have stated, Is simple and
rapidly done, the machine having a capacity of ten thousand stitches a minute. We have many persons now in our
emnlny who can knit from twenty-five to thirty pairs of
socks or stockings a day, and where the time of a family
Is devoted to the work, you can readily see that $15.00 or
J^n.OO  per week can be easily earned.
We furnish our workers all the materials, yarn, etc.,
free, and everything that is necessary for the work. We
are furnishing the machines only for the exclusive use of
thnsp desiring to take employment with us, who must, in
order to become a member, send us this Contract Order
Form, properly signed by them, and at least one good reference, nnd remittance accordingly, to give us the necessary
assurance that the quantities of valuahle yarn we may send
from time to time will not be wasted or misappropriated.
Our Interests are mutual, and this confidence must be established If we are to succeed. We guarantee fair dealing
and prompt payment for work, so do not ask us to deviate
from our terms, as we cannot make a distinction with one
nnd not another; besides, we are doing an extensive busl-
rmaa,  nnfl must be  governed by business  principles.
The manufactured price of the machine is $15, and positively will not be sold to any others than those who will
agree to do knitting for us.
Tf at any time after you commence, and have done an
amount of work equal to the purchase price, and wish to
discontinue, we will take back machine and refund the
amount paid for same, after deducting cost of our expense only.
There is a Large Demand by the Trade for this class
of work. Our workers can depend upon lt year after year,
and If you engage with us (whole or spare time) we will
keeo you supplied with work as long as you do It satisfactorily for us and return it promptly. We entrust our workers with large quantities of valuable yarn,  and as we give
references as to our honesty and Integrity, we must Ask
you to do the same, in order that wc may know with whom
we  are  dealing.
We have, in as brief a manner as possible, endeavored
to show vou what our work is, and we simply say as to tlio
machine, it Is just what we represent it to be, anil will positively do everything we claim for it, or refund the money,
Each machine, securely packed with an outfit, is set up fur
work, thoroughly tested, and a sock or stocking partially
knitted before bu.xlng and shipping. Should you decide io
engage wilh us, it will be necessary to send us Cash Contract Order Form, properly signed by you, and at least one
good reference, together witli the remittance, accordii'^lv.
upon receipt of which we will forward machine and outfit
ready   to  commence. Respectfully yours,
GLASGOW WOOLLEN CO., 37 Melinda Street, Toronto
(���nr  Itc former ft��� Express Companies, Banks* or Toronto Itn.it-
IICHS IIIIIIKm,
Tf you wish to examine the machine and see tho material before undertaking the work, you can do so by
sending $3.00 as a guarantee of good faith, and to defmy
expense of shipping, and we will send everything to your
nearest express company, leaving a balance of twelvo
dollars to pay the agent and 25 cents for the return chaise.*
on the money to us.
We are so frequently and  unnecessarily asked  If one can
learn to knit without a teacher.     We say.  Yes;  lt re<iulri'9
no  teacher;  any person   of   ordinary    intelligence   who   can
read  the  Instruction Guide can learn  to  knit at once.
 ORDER   FORM	
$15.00 Cash Contract Order Form*
To   the  Glasgow Woolen Co., 37 Melinda St., Toronto.
Gentlemen.���I de&lre to do the work aa described in this
advertisement, and enclose $15 to pay for one Automatlo
Knitting Machine, together with material, Instruction?,
nnd everything necessary for the work, tho same to be sent
to   me   by   Express, CHARGES   PREPAID.
Tt is* understood and agreed that any time after I hav��
done an amount of work equal to the purchase price, $J,'>
and wish to discontinue, that'the Glasgow Woolen Co. will
take back tho machine and outfit, and after deducting their
expense,   refund  me the amount paid  for same.
Sender or head of family (if possible) must sign here;
Full name  ���    w   -
P.  O,   ..
County
 Street
    Frov...
Nearest  Express  Office Is at  ,
For   reference  I   name  the  following  person:
Be sure to use this form when spending your remittance for the machine and outfit, which you must fill
In and have signed by at least one good reference in tins
proper place. Tear off and return to us, and also staio
here how much time you can devote to the work; also
how you wish to be paid, weekly, monthly, or aa you send
In   the   work.
NO CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER
Send your remittance by Express, Money Order, Registered Letter, or Post-Offico Money Order, and wo will
promptly forward machine, outfit, and simple guide fi>r
doing the work. This is the best offer ever made for the
benefit ot Canadians who want to work and make money at
home- NiiJLSON .\HMKK
YOUR   EYES
Why Man You Can't See!
and what are you  waiting
for ?    It is a  matter  that
shouldreceiveour prom   pt
attention.    Consult
Patenaude Bros.
OPTICIANS.
It won't cost anything to  find  out.
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NATIONAL
WARE
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Fisn 'and Poultry in Season
E.   O.   TRAVES.   Manaver,
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
in China, with beautiful Enamelled Canadian Emblems,
Only a few left.
SPECIAL  REDUCTIONS
WHILE THEY LAST
Fine VMch Repairing a Specialty
J. J. WALKER
THE JEWELER
Cor. Baker SStanley Sts., Nelson
F. O. GBEKN F. S. OLEMENTri
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyor*.
cor. Kootenay & Victoria Sts. Nelson
P. O. Box IM Telephone 3
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