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Array Daily Edition No.
iip.x
Provincial library g3loo
Nelson,   British Columbia, Tuesday,  October 29, 1901
Eleventh  Year
MR. CAMPBELL
chines was so very heavy   in comparison with the night load.
Aid. Selous���Of course
tbe
ON THE bOEJNEi hope that you will be able to glv
same figures on the horsepower.
cou  cil
tho
States tho Power Company's
Side of the Lighting
Question.
Bargain   Must   Be   Closed
Soon Else Company
Withdraws.
At the meeting of the city council
last evening besides tho members of
tbe counoll and city clerk, the city
engineer, city solicitor, L. A. Campbell, managor of the Kootenay Powtr
& Light company, the chief of polico
and   seveial    other    visitors    were
Alter the leading of the minutes of
tbe last meetiug the mayor stated
that the whiirf was now about completed, and the question of the finishing "1 the end of it should bo dealt
witb. The piles were there and they
bad received a reasonable offer from
Mr. Toye, the contractor, who had
the present wurk in hand and he
thought it should be settled. On
motion of Aid. Selous, seconded by
Aid. Mnililen, it was deoided that the
nork should be gone, on with. The
mayor said that the Nelson Sawmills
bad conneclcd with the wharf and
that In the widening of the wharf it
was necessary that the bent should be
raised. A little discussion followed
as to whether if a drawbridge were
pnt in by the sawmill people it would
not be possible for barges at high
water to use the space between the
sawmill lot and the wharf, which
place at presen t was entirely nseless.
It was finally decided that the sawmill company should be notified to
ralie the beut so that the wharf could
be widened.
The mayor then said that the next
Business betore tho council was the
1 consideration of the electrto light bylaw. At this point Alderman Hamilton arose and asked if he could be
moused as he was feeing very ill, and
suffeiing from chills. lie went in to
the city engineer's office where he
remained for some time listening but
finally felt so ill that he had to retire.
Mayor Fletoher stated that in relation to the by-law, at the last meet-
log it had been deoided that clause 4
should be left to be considered by
himself and Mr. Campbell. He had
talked over the matter with Mr.
Campbell that afternoon and that Mr.
Campbell absolutely refused to ao-
cept the agreement as it at present
stood. He himself was afraid that
there was little hope of arriving at a
satisfactory arrangement to bring
the bj-laW before the public. It
would be better for the counoil to go
Into committee of the whole and
consider the paesent draft of the bylaw, which was praotioally the original proposition for purchasing the
power outright.
This was done, and on motion of
Aid. Gillette, seconded by Aid. Pater-
�����n, Aid. Selous took the chair.
After the by-law had beon read
clause by olause, tho mayor said that
���t would be necessary to consider it
��Bd the only thing was to select
another night to meet and discuss it,
hut befoie this was done it would be
well to hear the views of the superintendent of the West Kootenay Power
oompany, Mr. Campbell, who was
Present.
Mr. Campbell said tbat the counoil
"ad all the offers the power company
<ared to make and in writing. Tho
"barges had been made as suited to
cither the percentage arrangement or
w the horsepower. They would de-
to   their   own    sub-station.
it
1 matter had been   dragging on for
liver
The
some time.      Tney had an ���,.,,���, now
j" 000  horsepower whioh If he filled
"��� would   be   unable   to let the city
"a��e more than 150 hoise power.     He
"as willing to give the city an option
����� 300 horsepower for  fourteen days.
Aid. Selous-Well, you   are   aware
"at  in any case it would   take moie
:,M tnat 'o lu.v the matter befoie the
J*.   Mr. Campbell said he would be
1 "ng to let them have twenty days
����t that was the   best  he   could   do.
"�� Had made all kinds of propositions
"��  tie  considered   the    percentage
"tes as very low, and   he cuuld only
a^rded to make it  because  the day
ma " P'esent carried   by   their ma-
Mr. Campbell���I am getting tired
of this business. We are 6et up by
the liewspapeis as a lot of robbers,
who were dead set on Nelson, i
might mention for the information of
tbe aldermen that during tbe first two
years of the company's existence it
lias spent (04,000 iu tbis city, and that
from August 31st, 1899, to August
31at, 1900, they had left over $28,000
here. We are now giving a straight
business proposition, and we have
given you rook bottom prices. If we
cannot sell our power here we will
sell it elsewhere.
Aid. Selous asked if the city oouncil
could have 30 days to decide on the
matter. Mr. Campbell said tbat he
could not give that long. There
seemed to be an impression, judging
from the statements of one of tbe
newspapers tbat they were trying to
get a einch en the city,and tbat statements were flying around that they
ware beggars trying to sell out. Outside of tbe power plant the company
has $350,000 invested in coal lands
alone in tbe province. I might say
that I am getting 845 per horse power
for 12,000 horsepower, and yet we aro
offering yoa 300 horsepower at (be
same rate. For li>0 hoisepower I
could not give it to you at less than
(50 per   horsepower.
Aid. Selous asked a number of questions of Mr. Campbell to find what
was the lowest amount of power that
the company would supply and also
the lowest price, but Mr. Campbell
refused to oonsider anything under
150 at 850 per hoise power. He said
that to get the line in shape where
connections would have to be made,
branch lines, trausfoimeis.etc, would
cost the company at least 88,000 and
be thought the oouncil could hardly
expect them to Invest that amount for
a smallei amount of business. They
could not sell from month to month,
but only on a yearly basis. Mayor
Fletcher then moved that the committee rise and repoit progress which
was  done.
Iu council Aldetrman Irving asked
if the company could not supply
enough power over the tramway
wires.
Mr. Cambpell said that they could
if necssary sjpply 800 horsepower
over those wires but the light would
not be steady, as it would fluctuate
witb the cais running up hill.
The mayor asked if the company
could not let them have 100 horsee
power.
Mr. Campbli���When I figured out
tbe lates I made a proposition to the
tramway company that if I was successful in disposing of power to tho
city I would take over the sub-station
and operate it, but unless I could sell
at least 150 horse power to the city I
could not do it. It would mean a con
sideralile reduction in the cost of
power to the tramway, and unless the
tramway people get the reduction
they intend to suspend operations
here.
Alderman Selous -If at any time
during the year we took 203 horse -
power would we have to continue that
amount?
M. Campbell stated that he would
give them a maximum and a minimum rate. He could not afford to
give them 100 for ten months of the
year and 250 or 300 for two months
as that would mean the power company's carrylrg tbat extra 200 horsepower on tbeir lines all the year only
getting paid for two month of the
year but having to keep it at the
city's disposal the le'Bt of the year
just the same. "The city is soiling
electric light to its customers. Now
if a man oame to you and said, I want
1,000 lights for two monthB eaeh
year, at the regular rates, you would
tell him that you could not afford to
supply bim. Well, I am in. the same
position. It would not pa; to keep
alll that power lying Idle."
Aid. Selous said he did not like the
idea of the city paying 860 per horse
power,he liked tbe percentage scheme
better as it was  cheaper.
A question was asked as to whether
the gas oompany had made any
offer.
Mayor Fletoher said tbat they
had some time ago, but the offer was
altogether impossible and would be
far more expensive than the (50 horse
power.
Mr. Campbell was asked by Alderman Gillette regarding tbe power at
present being used by the oity aa to
whether he would be willing to continue it after the arrival of the city's
Continued on  Fourth Pago.
CZOLGOSZ
UNREPENTANT
Refuses  to  See  Priests or
Have Religious Ceremonies.
Last   Interview   With   His
Brother and Brother-
In-Law.
speeches were also delivered by Alderman Robert Harvey, John A.
Manly, Alex Miller, E. Spraggett,
Charles Ferguson, the Spokanocontractor, who is building the road and
the assistant manager and counsel, W.
C. Morris, of Republic. Mr. Morris
dwelt upon tbe Importance of tbe railway is developing the mineral resources of Republio and in building
up Grand Forks as a smelting centre.
An initial daily tonnage of COO tons
Is guaranteed as soon as the road Is
oomp'cte. A. E. J.Percival, a veteran
Spokane contractor, has the contract
for laying the rails along the entire
route.
OIL, FIELDS OF KOOTENAY.
and
Auburn, Oot. 28.���By 7.15 o'clock
tomorrow Leon F. Czolgosz -mII have
paid the tribute with his life to tho
law, as tbo murderer of President
William McKinley and unless he undergoes great chauge of heait and
strength in the few hcurs of life left
to him he will go to the electric chair
to be killed unconcerned and unrepentant.
Czolgosz held his last two interviews tonight, the first with Supt.
ColliiiB and the second with his
brother and brother-in-law. Iloth of
the interviews were brief and when
the question of religion was mentioned Czolgosz broke from his seeming
lethargy and violently ilenoonced the
church and the clergy, Ue'oie tbe
late evening interviews the prisoner
reluctantly leoeived ihe priests, after
he had once refused to meet them.
The priests asked to be allowed to go
to him despite his refusal. The priests
remained witb Czolgosz for three-
quarters of an hour and earnestly
pleaded with the prisoner to repent
and pray for divine forgiveness. He
rejected all their advances, however,
and they regretfully withdrew. Thev
told the prisoner they would hold
themselves ready to answer a call
from him at any hoar of the night.
At 8 o'cluck the brother , and
brother-in-law saw bim. There was
no demonstration when they met.
Czolgosz merely stepped to the front
of his steel cage and said: "He'lo."
The brother ventured the remark :
"I wish yon would tell us, Leon, who
got you into this scrape?" The
assassin answered in a slow, hesitat-
iug manner, "No one; nobody hud
anything to do with it but me."
"That is not h>w you were brought
up, " said the brolher,"and you ought
to tell us everything now.'
"I have not got anything to tell,"
he answered in a sullen mannei.
"Do you want to see the priests
again?" asked bis brother.
He answered with more vehemence
than he had previously shown. "No
damn them, don't send them licit-
again.    I don't want thom."
The brother-in-law interjected here,
"That's right Leon."
The brother looked rather disturbed
by the answer. Then stepping up
close to the bars, the condemned man
said, "And don't you have any piay-
Ing over me when I'm dead. I don't
want it. T don't want any of their
damned religion,"
There was a painful paure of a few
minutes ana then the brother-in-law
suggested tnat he and the brother be
present to witness the execution. Before Supt. Collins could reply Loon
Czolgosz said, "Yes, Mr. Superintendent let them see mo killed."
Supt. Collins told the trio In empbatie
t erms that no snch tliiiig would be
allowed and ordered them to fcay
good-bye. Czologsz walked to the
back of his cell, snt down on the edge
of his cot and did not answer the last
farewell.
, an
and
trip
Spiings    Found    of    Strength
Remarkable Purity.
James Peat, of Petrolia, Ont.
expert in boring for petroleum
natural gas has been on a
through East Kootenay. He left the
main line of the Crow's Nest, railway
at Elko and from there travelled
across the Tobacco Plains and crossed
two divides to the upper part of the
Flat Head valley. This section of
countrv is part of the land granted
to the Crow's Nest Railway company
and the Crow's Nest Coal company.
The trip was made for the purpose of
ascertaining the exteut of the oil
springs and the charactei of the
product. He found the spiings strong
and the oil of exceptional quality, in
fact he knows of only one spring in
America producing better. The oil
has a speoiuc gravity of 44 whereas 45
is the giavity of pure oil. The aver
age of tbe petroleum produced in the
United States runs from 21 to 82,
Mr Peat was also commissioned to
explore for a feasible route for a rail
way to the springs and was successful
in finding one. It is probable tbat a
railway will be built and development
started on a large scale in the spring.
Mr. Peat has had experience in the oil
fields of the United States, Germany,
Russia and Canada. He left on Saturday fur his home in Petrolia
CANADIANS
PASS AWAY
Young Business Men of Toronto and Winnipeg
Gone.
Old Court Customs Revived.
King's Birthday Celebration.
Toronto, Oot. 28.���Walter E. H..
Massey, president of the Massey-
Harris Manufacturing oompany, died
this evening from typhoid. He was 38
years of age, and leaves a widow and
four children.
YOUNG WINNIPEGGER DEAD.
Winnipeg, Oot. 28.���Walter Suckling, seuior member of the real estate
firm of hackling & Co., died in St.
Lonis, Mo., today from the effects of
an operation performed in the hope
that a clot of blood might be removed
from tbe brain. The deceased, who
was aged 81, was one of Winnipeg's
most prominent young business men.
Ibe business will be continued as
usual.
TRACKLAYINO BEGINS,
First Spike Driven in the Grand FcrkB
Republic Railway.
(SPECIAL TO THE) MIRlilU.)
Grand Forks, Oot. 28.-Today was u
gala day in Grand Forks tbe oocasion
being the commencement Df tracklay
ing operations on the Republic &
Grand Forks railway. A procassiou
headed by the brass band paraded the
streets and then proceeded to Ruckle's
addition wheie the new road connects
with the traokB of the Canadian Pacific railway. 0. C. TilllV acted as
grand marshal. The ceremony of
driving the first spike was performed
by John A. Manly cbiof ongineer.and
was witnessed by half the population.
As Mr. Manly completed the task his
wife dashed a bottle of champagne
across the rail. Great enthusiasm
was displayed, n. C. Haunington delivered   the  inaugural   addrtsi   and
SMALLPOX AT BONNER'S.
t'.-ei j.itions Taken Will Obviate
Danger of Spreading.
Rossiand, Oot. 28.���Some alarm is
felt in Rossland and other points near
the International boundary line at tbe
well authenticated reports of an up!*
derr.ic of smallpox at Bonner's Ferry,
an important junction point on the
line of the Great Northern railway.
All traffic east and west over the
Great Northern passes through tho
alliioted town and it is (eared that tbe
infection may be spread by parties
coming through. Dr. Sinclair,
Dominion health officer, for this district, lias been advised of the condition of affairs and has learned from
a medical practicioner at Bonner's
Ferry that not less than 25 cases exist.
A quarantine officer is on duty at
Rykerts, the neaest Canadian pert of
entry, and the Dominion government
lias been urged to appoint a medical
man to assist in the work while the
epidemic continues. With these precautions it is bel'evcd that there is
not the slightest danger of the disease
extending into Canadian territory.
MARKET FOR B. O. COPPER.
(SPECIAL TO TUB MINKH.)
Victoria, Oct. 28.���W.Brewer, M E.,
anticipates that the big report of
copper in 11. 0. will shortly attract
the attention of the Copper trust, who
lately insisted on the curtailment of
the supply. Ho advocates that the
government appoint a commissioner
to find markets in the Orient so
that llritish Columbia may be independent of the trust when that contingency arises.
REVIVING OLD CUSTOMS.
Toronto, Oct.28.���When the assizes
opened today a return was made to
the custom prevailing prior to 1877 of
judge and sheriff appearing in full
court dress. Chief Justice Falcon-
bridge wore a dark purple robe with
heavy drab hood and cuffs and collars, the latter surmounted by tnscan
white collar and pendants. The
sheriff wore tho regulation cocked
hat and carried a swoid.
KING'S BIRTHDAY.
Toronto, Oct. 28.���The Evening
Telegram's London cable Bays : It is
suggested that on the celebration of
tbe birthdav of King Edward VII. on
November 9th, tbat iu Canada eveiy
person living in the Dominion who
has won a medai {or services to tbe
empire should wear it that day.
city have acquired the street on which
the pubic wharf is built, the Kootenay Lake Geneial hospital have acquired a deed to a portion of the park
and, if he knows anything about the
land aot, section 30 gives the government power under the o-dinary procedure by Gazette notice to deed to
the oity both the pa-k and tbe fore*
shore if they a e so inclined; hence,
there is no necessity for a special aot
of the legislature.
"The views of tbe 'large property
owner'ale even more amusing than
t ose of the Tribune. For instance,
be says: 'That the merits of the contract itslf is open to c itiuism. It la
based in 16-candle power lamps.
What about hundreds of houses where
8-candle power lamps are all that are
necessary? In halls, bathrooms, bedrooms, veraidahs and samli rooms
many use four caudle power lamps,
bnt the company says 16-candle power
oi none.' 'Tbe targe property owner'
should known better aod it is a pity
mat Mr. Houston witb bis great
knowledge of electric lights did not
enlighten bim, that one 10-candle
power may be composed of four fours
or two eights. The only difference to
the user, even if he be a ' large property owner,' is the initial cost of
lamps. In this case the power company uses the 10 candle power as a
unit of measurement and not as an
arbitrary method for lighting. This
is apparently a case of 'woolen stockings making a swollen head.'
"In couclusion, I wish to state that
hlackg.iardism is not argument, and
while I am willing io reply to anything in tbe way of argument that
may be put forward during this controversy,! decline to lake any notice of
that which is only won by of a past
master of Billingsgates or an expert
fishwife In the olden days common
scolds were punished by placing
them on a ducking school and It seems
a pity that tho law has been abrogated for there are one or two residents
of Nelson whom this sort of treatment
might cure of a disposition to scold at
all times and on every occasion, and
sometimes without the least   cause. "
MURDER IN MONTREAL.
Montreal, Oct. 28.���The coroner's
jury today found that little Eric
Marrotte, was murdered by Thoroald
Hansen. Hansen displays no emotion. He will come up for committal
by tbe magistrate today.
CONSTABLE BOYD'S MURDERER.
Toronto, Oot. 28.���The grand jury
today found a true bill against Fred
Rice, tho bank robber, accused of the
niuriliv of County Constable Boyd.
The trial will begin in a lew days.
THE LIGHT MATTER.
NEW POWER BY-LAW.
The draft by-law submitted to tha
city council last night is entirely
different from tha*' bought down a
week ago, in that it provides only for
purchase of powe - by the horse power
and no mention is made of percentage
on the lights. The company is to
supply power at a sub-station and
will supply all necessary regulating
apparatus.      The  quantity   of   power
to be taken shall not he less than	
horse nower which is to be delivered
at a pressure of either 2,200 volts or
1,100 volts nt the city's option. Tbe
company shall snpply t> greater quantity but shall have reasonable notice
���' more is ret]ni ed. Calculations of
the quantity sua'l be made by tbe
average daily peak load, readings
to be taken a'ler ibe power has passed
through tbe regulators.
The rules are leri ulru. but it '.s apparently inleoda.] lom ibe wording
that al power below 300 u. p. shall
be al the same -ate. Arbitration of
d'.i'eremies is pvoY'dei5 foe and a no-
franchise clause also appears.
cf
FIRE BOSS KILLED.
(SPECIAL TO THE MISICH.)
Nanairao, Oot. 28.���While he was
passing through a tunnel in Extension mine, a large piece of rook fell
on Fire Boss Wm. J. Bailey, killing
him instantly. The deceased leaves a
wile and large family. De was a long
resident and much respected. He held
the office of license commissioner of
the district and waa grand counsellor
of the Grand Lodge of Good Templars.
Iusp'.'Ctor Morgan narrowly escaped.
He had passed the same place a few
irdnUiJS betore.
ILLNESS OF THE DUCHESS.
St. Johns, Nlld., Oci.20.���It ia understood that tbe illness of tbe
Duchess of Cornwall and York nere
on Thursday was more serious than
was at first thought. It is understood
that the acoucbement ot the Duchess
is expected to occur iu Apiil.
Mayor Fletcher Replies to Certain
His Critics.
Mayor Frank Fletcher is speaking
further yesterday in relation to tbe
electric light question "aid:
"Iu today's issue of the Tribune
Mr, Houston tries to make it appear
that the aldermen were divided on the
question of bringing down a by-law
for electric light purposes. As a
matter of faot tbe light and power bylaw was introduced by Alderman
Hamilton. It waa then moved by
Alderman Selous and seeonded by
Alderman Gillette that the by-law be
read a first time, without a dissenting voice. So much (or hla blaak and
white theory. Mr. Houtson then
states that be secured the passage of a
hill entitled 'An Act to Amend tbe
Water Clanics Consolidation Act of
1807.' This amendent waa drawn by
Messrs. Macdonald A Johnson, as city
solicitors in January, 1809, at tbe Bug
gestion of myself as chairman of
tbe board of worts of the Neelantls'
found', wbo discovered that Mr.
Horston had expended a considerable
Bum of money to bring water in from
the Salmou river without having any
legal right to do so. This bill was
sent to the Hon,J, Fred Hume and the
attorney general on February 4, 1S90,
but for .oiiii) reason or o'ber was not
passed at that session. It remained
quiescent for a wholeyearuntil it was
drawn to Mr. Honiton's knowledge
when he was made a member of tbe
legislature and was passed at tbe last
session. It is very funny tbat Mr.
Houston is not aware that there ii no
necessity for a special act of tbe log
Ulatnre to deed ordinary  land.     The
A meetiug to reorganize tbe It.M.R.
band was held in the armoiy last
evening. The object is to make this a
purely military brass band, and also
co-operate with the citizens and furnish musio for tbe city as well aa tbe
battalion duties. There was a good
attendance and it is predicted that
after tho winter's work in practice
the boys will make a good showing.
The band will be under tbe direction
of J. B. Pollard. Practice will commence at once, Monday's oeing tho
regular practlco night. There will be
a olass for beginners formed In connection with the band.
The dance of tbe Nelson Boat elub,
to be given at the Phair hotel tonight
promises to bo a great success. The
committee have spared no efforts in
making attractive preparations and a
thoroughly enjoyable evening's entertainment Is assured for all who attend. The dance is tne first of a
series to be given this winter and it
ia to be hoped that tbe members will
be encouraged by a liberal attendance. This is not an invitation dance
but tickets may be had from any of
the committee or at tho door.
R. Magulrr was In the oity from
the Mollie Gibson Landing yesterday.
He brought with bim a fine specimen
ot ore from No. 5 tunnel of the Mollie
Gibson. It carries considerable ruby
silver and is of a very high grade.
He reports that 20 men are working
in the property and that goodprogresa
is bein made. Mr. Magulre yesterday rceived a shipment of $200 worth
of fruit trees, consisting of apple,,
plum, pear and cherry trees wbieb he
will plant in the flat around hia
house on bis ranch at tbo lauding. fifJwpissi
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OUR FOBESTS.
The Miner is in receipt of the report
of tbe seend annual meeting of the
Canadian Forestry Association held
in Ottawa on March 27 of the present
year. The report is in the shape of a
finely illustrated booklet of 01 pages.
It contains much useful information
about forestry, tbeir protection, and
propogation.
One o! the papers read was by Mr.
J. It. Anderson, deputy minister of
agriculture for the province, in
which be says tbat British Columbia
possesses within its limits laiger
unbroken ateas of primeval forest
than any other country in the world,
and is destined in the near future to
bo the principal source of supply of
timber and wood pulp. Hence the
question arises how best to conserve
tbe forest wealthb to tne best advantage and for tbe greatest good, f ben
follows a scientific and practical
description of the various useful trees
which grew in the province and their
extent and uses.
Without doubt, he says, the timber
of the greatest economic value in the
province, and of which there is the
greatest quantity, and most generally
dist-ibnted, Is the Douglas Br, sometimes called red fir and O'egon pine,
which is known under tbe botanical
name of Pseudotsuga Douglasii. Its
range may be said to extend over the
whole of the province, with the exception of Queen Charlotte Islands,
where it does not grow, and it accommodates itself tc all altitudes from
sea level to 6,000 feet, at great altitudes, however it only grows in
stunted form.
Mr. Anderson places tbe cedar as
probably the next wood in importance. It 1h generally known as the
red cedar, and is sometimes called
yellow cedar, but is not to be confounded with the yellow cypress.
This cedar is botanically known as
Thuya gigantea. The tree Is very
generally distributed on Vancouver
Island and tbe coast of the mainland
to the westward of tbe coast range.
Scarce <n tbe dry central pleateau it,
however, occurs in considerable
quatnities in the Selkirk and Gold
range mountains. As an ornamental
tree it has but few equals and is certainly the finest of tbe native trees.
Veiy little below cedar aa regards
its economic value ia tbe western
spruce, botanically known as Picea
sitchensis. As Dawson says this tiee
seems to be confined chiefly to tbe
iineuinto vicinity of tbe coast, where
it attains large size.
The yeliow cedar, or yellow
cypress, Mr. Anderson says, probably
ranks next in oconomic ���aloe. It is
known botanically under the name of
Thuya exoelia. This tree is not
nearly as plentiful as those previously
mentioned, its range being confined
to tbe coast ranges of the mainland
aud islands, generally at a considerable elevation in the southern portion
of the provinoe where it occurs in
great quantities. On Queen Charlotte
Island it is plentiful and reaches sea
level.
The hemlock, known botanically as
Tsuga mertensiana, is, except the
bark, practically unused at tbe present time. Its range extends over the
whole of the coast line, where it
grows to enormous siro In dark
gloomy forests. The bark is extensively used in tanning, but the wood,
althongh good for inside work is
liable to decay when exposed to wet.
It is but fair to say that partly on
account of tbe abundance of the other
coniferous woods, and the prejudice
existing against it, it has never been
fairly teBted and it is quite possible
It may possess unexpected virtues.
-Then follow in the order of the
usefulness the WeBtern white fir or
balsam fir, the Western white pine,
Western yellow pine or null pine,
scrub pine, black pine, Western larch
or Western tamarack, broad leaved
maple, alder, poplar or Cottonwood,
Western oak, canoe birch, arbatns or
madrona, dogwo?d, bnckthorn. crab,
with accounts of tbeir uses and other
characteristics.
Mr. Anderson says the chief element
Of destruction of the forests is fire
which be contends should be guarded
against both by the mill-owners and
the government. In conclusion Mr.
Anderson states tbat those members uf
(he   Cann.dlna   Forestry     Association
who have not visited the west "have
yet to see a forest In all its magnificence. No otber words seem to
to convey a proper idea of a virgin
forest of the west Piotnre to your
selves thousands of trees, Douglas firs
predominating, of prodigious size, so
close togetheie tbat it Is difficult and
often impossible, for an animal to go
oetween. limbless, except the tops,
through which the rays of the sun
scarcely penetrate, the griund carpeted with mosses and ferns, and the
hush of nature all around you, and
perhaps you can form some idea of
the forest in llritish Columbia."
DISCOVEREO   NELSON.
In another column will be found an
interview taken from the Victoria
Times telling how Mr. A. A. C.
Lariviere, member for St. lloniface,
while exploring in tbe west, discovered Nelson in tbe interior, instead of
being, as he supposed, at the coast.
He whs surprised to find it a dandy
little town a thousand miles from the
coast. This member of the house
seems to have a vague, hairy idea of
distances for by the route via the
Arrow lakes and the. Canadian pacific
railway, the distance is only 520 miles
and be very nearly doubled the distance. Mi. Lariviere says he was
surprised at the general up-to-date
and OUEtliug appearance of Nelson,
but let bim come here in a couple of
years from now and he will find a
place witb still more life, still more
population and much larger size than
at present, for towns in the west grow
much faster than tbey do in the east.
Mr. Lariviere says he intends, when
he returns to the east, to advise the
other members of tbe house to travel and see the country as he has seen
it, tn order that they may be bettei
able to legislate for it. This is advice of the right sort and his colleagues will do well if they follow it.
WM
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
INCOHPOBRTBD   1670.
CANADAN ATLAS.
Tbe Department of the Interior has
issued an excelent atlas ot Canada
giving distinct maps of each of the
provinces and numerous engravings
well adapted to show tbe growth of
Western Canada, particularly of Manitoba and the Northwest. The pictures
in themselves tell the story of what
settlers have done, while tbe letter
press goes into details of information
which intending setllers should know
befoie starling to make for themselves
new homes. As immigration literature, It is the most likely to be effective of any that hai been got out by
that department. It is presented witb
tbe compliments of Hon. Clifford Sif-
ton.
EDITORIAL NOTE?.
The recent strike at the headwaters
of Horsefly, says the Kootenay Mail,
directs attention to the fact that there
is a large area of country between the
Cariboo and Canoe river watersheds
which has never been explored, but
which may be rich in placer gold.
Certainly the rich gold deposits of
Cariboo, on one side, and the Big
Bend on the other, indicate tbe possibility of strikes being made in that
section which may rival those of the
old time days of Cariboo and tbe
Bend.
To the nninitiated or nninformed,
says the Western Miner, the mention
of mining or mining stock is at once
associated with speculation or gambling, as formerly were the appellations horse dealers or jockeys at once
connected with everything that was
not legitimate. At the present time
the dealer in horse flesh is a recognizee! factor in the modern business
world, while the jockey is now classed in a profession that requires study,
application, good judgment and honesty. While the element of chance ib
not eliminated from mining, neither
is it eliminated from any act of venture in life, from birth to tbe grate.
"Nothing ventured, nothing gained, "
is a trite and true saying that applies from a child's first step to the
founding of the largest industrial undertaking. In mining, so great has
been the progress, so wonderful has
been the progress, that today there is
less left to chance 'hr.ii in any other
pursuit or industry under the sun, if
honestly conceived and intelligently
conducted. With scarcely an excep
ton, the leading business and financial men of the country are today interested in mining in various froms���
and successfully, ton.
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Jewels, candy, floweis, man-that Is
the order of a woman's preferences.
Jewels form a rnagset of mighty
powei to the average woman. Even
that greatest of all jewels, health, is
often rumen in the strenuous elTorts
to make or save the money to purchase them. It a woman will risk her
health to get a coveted gem, then let
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bronchial affections by the regular
use of Dr. Boschee's Oerman Syrup.
It will promptly arrest consumption
its early stages and henl the affected
lungs and bronchial tubes and drive
the dread disease from the system. It
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Corner Viotoria and Kootenay Sts.
P.O. Box ,-,r,o 'CsIoDhone  No. o
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improvements. Cash $11150, bal-
iiiii'e easy terms.
$600���Three roomed furnished honse
ami HO-foot lot on Hoover street.
$1100���Two story house and corner lot
close to depot. Cash $500, balance easy terms.
FACTS
We are doing the Blanket Trade of Nelson.
See values. Every pair full weight and prices
right.
We duplicated our
Jackets and ....
Tailor=Made  Suits
They are a success.     Every garment a model
Our stcck ot Gloves, in Kid and Wool, are fully assorted.
An exceptionally nobby thing is a Silk Lined Kid Glove, warm
and not clumsy, just the thing for cold weather.
It will pay you to see our Wool before buying elsewhere.
Underwear, Vests. Drawers, and Combinations, all sizes.
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ASHNOLAI
The new Goal City is owned by the Sirailkameen Valley Coal Company,
Limited; who have placed one thousand lots on the market at tbe following
prices: from $50 to 3225, one fourth cash, balance three, six and nine months,
without interest.
There is also a small block of the Hrst one hundred thousand shares remain-
to be sold Bt 35o., 5c. a share down, balance in six monthly payments. When
these are Bold the Bhares will be advanced to $1 each by the Oompany.
The Company's land, including the townsite of Ashnola, is underlaid with at
least three fine Beams of coking, steam aud furnace coal. The Oompany alBO
own the water rights and at least 85,000,000 feet of fine timber. All the nbove
is owned by the one Company, and every shareholder will participate in the
profits accruing from the sale of any ot the above mentioned property.
A full force of men are now at work and will be kept on oontinually dnriuR
the year.   For further information apply to.
R. J. STEEL, Official Broker, Nelson, B- C
Or Vedder & Ounningam, Greenwood, B. 0.; J. B. Church, Victoria, 13, C.; W
W. Fellows, Sandon, 13. 0. j O. E. Douglas, Vancouver, B. O.
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FOlt RENT.
SlS.OO-Fmir roomed   cottage on Ward
street.
$18.00-Six room honso on Kobson st.
close to Stanley street.
10,000   Itoyston   Gold    Mining
shares for sale at 5 cents.
Co.
V. O. GUEKM        V. B. OLBMKNTP
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
P.O. Box 145 Kelson, B.C.
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Stoves and
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Money to loan on Straight MortaaBe
fcjg* O. U LUMMOX SEtT
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine L*R��
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Nelson   Daii v Miner, Tuesday October 29,  .9c.
MINING NEWS,     *
:
TthVpoornian-Granite   mine the
.nation 'orth compressor has been
foundation ior ^ ^ ^   maohln.
A, the Poorroan-Granite
/onodatio
spieled and as d in posi.
Wy,It:  ee"Uin��inthenni.d-
!'��: Minnas also   been  complete
'"*        Lfor   its  installation.     It
" nTlOth,   and should arrive in
Crbouttbeend   of   the  present
17 At the merman   the principal
^'beinu "one at present is in sink-
"".St from the lower level   This
week,   and  is to  be
The   old   compi'essol
it, started tat
Mink 300   leet.
TtZ ��*and wy^���is pr��-
Linr-tM.eto.lly. although oper-
|Se��nrt be pushed very vigor-
lly until the new compressor is
miy for work.       ^
At the record office yesterday the
lections were; Lakeview fraction
��� Bear creek, by William Klrkpat-
rick and James Graham ; Morning, at
the head of Hall creek, by Moses J.
Jackson and J. Mclntyre; Copen-
won by Mrs. T. McUregor. twelve
���|le. east of Nclscn, between the
east and sooth forks of Five Mile
ereek Certificates of work were
.ranted to the Trane��aal-Zambcsi
Gold Mines on Pinnacle, Ulack Night,
Mvee, X10 0 8. 'wo on-Eiie and
Bank. The transfer of a one-eighth
Interest in the Iron Silver and Silver
Queen was recorded from George
Davis to J. H. Nolan, consideration
nominal.
The'International yesterday brought
doirn one carload of American Boy
ore consigned to the Trail smelter.
METAL QUOTATIONS.
Copper-London, ��04. 128. (id np 7s.
6d. spot; ��84, r.'s.ud. futures; New York
(16.7ft to SIT for Lite. J1U.37X to SHI.
7s. fiii M:4 for casting.
Lead���London, ��11. 10s. down Is
Ne�� York, ttSTK. '        ���    ,
1 Silver��� London,'.!('> 3-lild ; New Yoik
S7Xo,
Lipton's Tea is a winner. Pure,
finest flavor, nnd first package tea pin
np.
SUPREME COURT   CHAMBERS.
Betore
Local
His Honor Judge Porin
Judge.
Tnrner, Bcatan vs. Madson���A. M
Johnson, for plaintiff, made applied
tion ior judgment.    Uraiilod.
Gamble vs. Stocks���A. M. Johnson,
for defendant, made application for
commission to examine James Johnson at Rome, Georgia, V. S. M. B.
Enoanks named commissioner to take
evidence. John Elliot, for plaintiff
centra.
Uambie vs. Stocks���Johnson, for
plaintiff, made application for discovery of doomnents. Elliut, for plaintiff, oontra Adjourned till Thursday
nftit.
Adams ys. Iliekey���Whealler, for
plaintiff, applied for commission to
examine witnesses in Butte. Han-
nlngton, for defendant, contra. Commission granted
such methods are necassary to a livelihood, is it hvnesty,is it a system that
Christian should be proud of? he
asked. Tbe church has to show that
its members are a peculiar people,
that it stands for truth and justice
and honesty. Tbe great deeds of the
world have boen dene by those who
labored not for the money their effort
would bring them but who measured
tbeir work by what they accomplished
for the good of humanity. Greed is
not necessary for our happiness or for
tbe progress of humanity hut it has
been the ever present cause of turmoil
and strife and bloodshed,
'Where are We At?" was the sub-
jcot of a lecture delivered by Bev E.
S. Rowe in tho opera house last evening before an enthusiastic audience.
It described how machinery bad
supplanted men, till there were more
men than there was employment for
and the machine from an economic
standpoint was taken more care of and
l egarded as of more consequence than
the man who operated it because they
oould be easily repltced. The combinations of capital in, in railways, in
trusts, aud tne various alliances of
oapital bavo changed the situation so
that small concerns have been
absoibed or driven out of business and
it is practically the case that the few
heads of these large concerns control
the bulk of the employment for between 70,000,000 and 80,000,000 people
and they are compelled to go to them
for employment. This had cut down
individual opportunity. On the other
hand, the people were becoming better educated and the workers understood aoinplicatetd economic questions
and the cause and effect ot what was
going on around them as well as the
capitalist and were endeavoring by
tbeir best efforts to get what they
thought they were entitled to, a just
snare of the prodaot of their toil.
This was one of the several answers
which he gave to "Where are we at?"
Mr. Howe counselled mote woik on
the part of overybody for the good of
humanity and less of simply bending
the energies to theoncobject of securing money. He believed that there
Bhould be less adjusting of wageB
under the law of supply and demand
idea and thought tbat a minimum
wage and a compulsory aribtration
law should be passed. In conclusion
he counseled his hearers to be careful
how they usod the ballot and to only
Bend the better class of men to the
legislature. It was a foroible and
logical addiess and was frequently
interrupted by burBts of applause, and
at its cnclusion a vote of thanks was
tendered the lecturer.
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Allan  Lino Tunisian Nov. 9
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Heaver Line Lako Himcoo Nov. 8
Beaver Lino Lake Manitoba Nov. 15
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Doini lion Lino Dominion Nov. 23
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Dominion Lino Common wealth Nov. 27
W. P. F. CUMMINGS,
Gen. Agent, Winnipeg;, Man.
J. 8. CARTER, D. P. A., Nelson
LODGE MEETINGS.
NKLSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. &
M. meots second WednesCay In
month.   Visiting brethora welcome
j^BMttt '' ��' ��' F' KooU;n"ir Lod*0
IS K No. 16, meets every Monday night,
^^HpP^ at tholr Hall, Kooton ly street
Sojourning Odd Fellows oordlally invltod.
John A. MclUo. N.O.    D. W. lluthoilord, V.O
Fred J. Squire, Por. Soc.
Extra values in IUeeoe-lined underwear (or Hoys at KKRR & CO'S.
REV. HOWE'S LECTURE.
Greed Not Necessary  For  IlappineBS
or the Oood of Humanity.
Rev. Elliut 8 Howe's sermon on
Sunday evening in the opera houee
was well attended and listened to
with considerable interest, in that
the subject, Christian Socialism, wbb
treated In a manner applicable to
everyday life and the relatonabip of
economic problems to Christian teaching wbb shown to he so close as to be
inseparable. The text was that portion of tbo fourth chapter of the Acts
of the ApoBtlos wherein Is related
the (set that the early Christians sold
this property and held the proceeds
In common.
It may be urged, he said, that the
*��rly Christians were a small community, that they were narrow, that
thuyHtem they adopted would not
"orlc out In the affairs of the world,
hut they were eharged with the very
ol��cult task of proclaiming to the
"orld that the man of no standing in
the community who had been pnt to
death u a common criminal wbb in
���ruth God in the flesh and fresh from
his teaching they had adopted that
"jstem. The defeats in the results
Were in the working out of the prince established an will be seen at
the very outset when Ananias wlsiied
to get the credit for being with the
Christians while he held baok some to
look out for himself.
A Christian must oonsidcr the effect
n( his business, and the effect of his
method of doing business. Property
'n those days waa considered a trust
��> he administered for the b<me6t of
to.ukind.    a  person may look for a
"'fain, he may by special effort pro-
���esn artiole which he knows is
t'uly worth muoh more than he gave
��>r tt.but by so muoh ho 1b the gainer
jwat which some one else is the
to<*r ��n(| |t lB   the person who is the
"Mr, the less able to bear the loss
��"�� sutlers.    It may be argoed tbat
DISCOVERED NELSON.
Member of St. Iloniface   Will   Advise
the Canadian House to Tiavel.
The Victoria Times has the following: Mr. A. A. C. Lariviere member for St. Honiface, is going to talk
from experience and tell tbe representatives he knows whereof he speaks
when he tells them they do not know
very much about the country they are
making laws for. Mr. Lariviere was
in Montreal reoenlty, and said to a
Herald reporter;
"I had, "he said, "heard of Nelson. I knew it was in British Columbia. I also knew British Columbia
was on the Pacifio coast. Theiefore I
had a hazy idea that Nelson was on
theooast. Imagine my surprise to
get up in a dandy little town a thousand miles from the watet. Lots of
people, a bund giving a promenade
oonoert in the evening, and a general
up-to-date and hustling appearance
I was astonished, and this is only one
of the many things which surprised
me. I had heard debates on the
Crow's Nest Pass and a good many
more familiar things, but I must con-
fuss thBt until this summer they did
uot mean very much. I know that
most of tho other members do not
know any more about the country
than I did,and when I see them again
I am going to tell them to get out and
travel."      ^^^^^^^___
styles   at
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter No. 123, G. R. C,
Meots third Wednesday. .-Sojourning couipan
ions Invited. Gem-go Johnstone, '/.. K. W,
Matthows, S. K.
vftiX       NELSON LODGE   No.25, K, of P.
Oaimeots In K. of P. hall, Oddfoliows block
^jcvoryTuesday ovonlng at 8 o'olook.
loll visiting knights cordially Invite
Wm. Ihvink, O.C.
A. T. Pakk, K.. ot R. and 8.
Lliijiber.,
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand oi
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles,
Mouldings, Sash Boors.
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumper.
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LAIILO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON
J. A. SAYWAED.
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBULED TBAINS.
PALACE DINING AND OBSERVATION
OAES.-MEAlS a la 0ABTE.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Fulls mid Northern Railway,
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Ohicngo, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:15 im
Leaves Spokane daily ior West at 7:15 a.m.
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 8:00 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 East
bound trains connect at Duliitli with
the magnificent steamships North West
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Bail-
way.
For further information, aps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls 4: Northern By., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Kootei ai Bailway & Navigation
Oc , or to .
H. BRANDT.
Oity Pass, and Tkt Agt, W 701  W,
Riverside Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
aMson. R "
THE   MINER'S
WANT  PAOE.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Advertisements inserted under this head at
the rate of one cent a word per InHortion. No
advertisement taken for lees than 25 cents.
Situation Wanted advertisements Inserted
three times free of charge.
WELL Furnished housu to   rent,   five
iOuihh   for   6   months.     Apply   126
Latimer areet, near Utaulev.
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
NELSON, B. C.
FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING
HOUSE   tu rent   on Vernon    street.
Apply Captain T. J. Duncan.
t'TIRNISED      ROOMS.-Apply      on
Silica,    second   door   west    Ward
street.
ROOMS and BOARD.���Every convenience ;   south east   oorner of   Carbonate and Josephine street.
FOU RENT���Home Temperance hotel,
20 bedrooms, dining room, parlors,
kitchen,   all furnished complete;  875
per month.   Apply to A,  U.   Oamble,
agent, linker street.
BOOMS TO RENT.���K. W. C. Block-
Two rooms en suite on ward St.,
also rooms facing the nest. On September 1, two sirgie rooms and two
or three en eu to facing Baker st.
Furnished or unfurnished. Mrs, F.
J. Squ.re, Room it, K.   W. C. Block.
WANTED
WANTED���By young   English   lady,
certificated,   position   as governess.
R. R. H��� Y. W. O. A��� Vancouver.
WANTED���A   good tinsmith apply to
0. F. Comer & Co. Calgary Aha.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's      NeBt
Southern   Ry.     Good   wages,   long
job   Headquarters, Elko,   B.   C.     A.
Guthrie & Co.
NELSON Employment Agency. Baker
street.    Phone 378.   J. H. Love.
WANTED.���Three   girls for  House
and hotel work.     Railroad   men  for
Lardo.
Contracts taken  for   Diamond  Core
Drilling.
WANTED.- Waitress,Girls for Housework.     Men   for    Railroad   work,
men for sawmill, second cook $50  per
month, stone mason.
Western   Employment Office, H. A.
Prosser, Phone 270.
Storage���I have a  large   warehouse
for     storing      household    or    other
goods.
).l. IU HtKI'.TSo.N 8c CU.-Next door to
���   thonuw  I'out Oftico IttiilclinK, Vtirnou
Hi., Niihton.   liny 'iiliumi 21U. Night'noons art.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
��
KLSON  SODA   WATER   FACTORY-
N. M. CuuimiiiH, Lohhoo���Kvory known
variety ot uoft drinks,   1' O llox 88.  Telophou
No. 31. lluovor atroot, Nolsoa,   bottlsm of til*
(mucus Hu Leon Uot SiiriiiKH Mineral Water
ARCHITECTS
C1ANK & MACUONA1.1) |H. Cano, Jan*
J A Macdoualdf���Architects and saissrLs
Uindonts, Broken Hill lllook, oorner li&kor and
Ward atreels, Nelson
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
HJ. EVANS it CO.-Baker Street, Nel
��� sou���Wholesale dealers In Itqrion, ol-
KM'u, content, tire brlek and lire clay, water
uiuu and stool rails, and K"uorul comnilsslOB
merchants.
GROCERIES
A   MACDONALD   &
���  aod null atroeu-
and jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, hi
rubbers, mackinaws and miners' sundries.
Co.���Corner' Fnm
Wholesale grocer
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
PBUHNS ft C'o.-Bakor Btreet, Nolson-
���   Wholesale dealers in (rush and ourod
moats.   Uold atorage.
WEST   KOOTENAY   BUTCHER   CO.-
Baker su-uot, Nelson-Wholesale dea
ers In fresh and cured meals.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
atreet,  Nelson ��� Wholesale dualars Is
hardware, miners' supplies,
etc,
A WHENCE HARDWARE CO - Bake
Male daalara lp
sporting  good!
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Van
oouver Hardware Co, l.td.i Baker attest,
Nelson��� Wholesalo dealers In hardware and
mining supplies, plumbers' and tinsmiths'sup
plies.
NKLSON   HARDWARE   CO.- Wl
puints, oils and glass; mechanics' tools
Agents (or Ontario Powdor works; lrnamlts
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
WANTED���Two woman coolts, hotel
$50; two general servants,$25; waitresses, , others. R. Purdy, Employ
rnent Agent, P. O.   Box 582, Phone 44.
MISCELLANEOUS
Nelson Knoa pmoiit No. 7. Moots every 2nd
and 4th Friday ol each month, in Odd tellows
Hall, coiner Baker and Kootenay Btroots
Nelson. A. H. Clnmonts, C. P.; 1). McArthu.'
R. 8.  Visiting brothers always welnnmn.
NELSON L. O. L. No. 1��I2 moots in Fraternity Hall on first nnd third Friday evenings
of each month at 8 Tclopk. Visiting member
oordlally luvitod. W. W. Bradley, W. K.
A, Mlnty, It. a	
NELSON AERIE No. 23, F. O. E., meets
ovorysocond and fourth Wednesdays of eaoh
month. Visiting members cordially lnvlli
Charles Prosser, Secretary.
Kootenay Tent No. 7, K. 0. T. M��� hold thoir
regular mootlngs in Fraternity Hall, I. o. O. F.
blTOk.onthn Is', and 3rd Thursdays of each
uonth. VisitUH brethren cordially Invltod to
attend O. A. Brown, R. K.; A. P. Purdy, Com.-
R.J.8tool,D.S.O. 	
NELSON'S   OUEH1N
SONS   OF .KNG-
NO. 211
_ IOLAND, moot*-
Tsl and 3rd Wodnosday ovonings of
eaoh month at Fiatornity hall,
oornor of Bakor and Kootenai
stroots. VUitlng brothorn oord-
iallj invited.
Kuward Maclkou. Secretary.
Rninvday   skirts.
KBRU& CO'S.
New
COURT KOOTENAY, I. O. F��� No. Sl��.
MoetingB 4th Thursday of month. Fraternal
hall. J A Irving OR.   P. H. Fleming. R.S,
NolBon Court Star of  Kootenay, A. O. F.
Moots 2nd and   4th   Wednesdays In. ovory
month. Visiting brethren wdcomo.
Millar C.K.   l'obort McLeod. Soc.
W. Mao
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY,
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TRAD CO Ltd
Shortest anil quickest route to tho oast and all
points on U>o O. K. & N. and Northern Pa
ciflu Railways In Wa.hiiigtou, Oregon and
Southern States.
Time Card Effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
3:30 a. m. Lv.
10:56 p.m. Ar.
PKiikIo
Haiidon
Ar. 4:00 p. m
Lv. 1:15 p. m.
Int Nav- & Trading Co-
'    NEI8OM-KA8LO BOIITK.
5:20 p. m. Lv. Nelson Ar. 11:00 a. m.
9:10 p, m. Ar. Kaslo Lv. 7:00 a. m.
Conneotlng at Flvo Mile Point with Nelson
& Fort Hhoppard Railway both to aud from
Itossiand, oto	
Tickets sold to all parts In United State* and
Canada via Great Northern and O. It. & N.
Co.'s linos,
Oooan steamship tickets and rates via all
linos will bo furnished on application.
For further particulars call on or address
KOBKRT IRVING
Uanaser. Knslo.i), C
G. K Taokaboby Agont Nolson B.n.
You sliould'nt send out of town for
cards for yourself or your husband
until you see what The Miner can do
for you. . 	
l'ltu: Mlllliis.- dold Properties���We are
nnxIkiim to secure m few free milling gold
properties al once. The Prunpeclor's Bx>
cuange, Nelson, B. ��,', Room 4, K..-W.-C.
Block.
��;��l,l�� SIL�� KB 4IOPPER LEAU-Mlaes    and
prospects wanted. Bend report nnd samples to the Prospector's Exchange. Nelson.
im:.   Boom 4 K..-VT.-C. hioek.
0. D. J. CHRISTIE
Real Estate. Insurance. Money to Loan.
FOB RENT.
0-RooraHouse, modern, Jj3.50
, 0-Room House, Victoria St., $20.
5-Room House,  modern, 810.
Several small houses.
For Sale, a good garden plot,
FOR RENT.
2 lois Observatory St. $4511.
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'v.
Nelson  A Fort
Sheppard R v-
Red Mountain R'v.
riiUHNKH, 11K1CTON & Co.-Cornor Vernon
X and Josephine Stroots, Nelson���Whole
sale dealers In Uuuors, cigars, and dry goods,
Agonts for Pabsl Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary.
HUDSON'S BAY Oo.-Wholesale groosrlsa
aud liquors oto., Bakor Street, Nelson.
LUMBER
NKLSON SAW AND  PLANING MILL-
Oltloe oornor Hall aud Front Streets
Nelson���Lumber, ceiling, flooring, and every
ilS 	
ng purposes.  Get out
Correspondence solicited.
Ihiug iu wood for hull,
prices.
OBE SACKS AND TWINES.
ril GALLON (It (XI.-Dealers In ore sacks
X. and twines. Always a large stock on
hand. Telephone295. lioom 14, K.-W.-C Block
JOHN MoUTGHlE
Dominion and
ProvinciaL<*
Land Surveyor.
NELSON
*6g
BC
At the corner of Lake and Hall
streets is situated a Chinese store, the
lower wall of whioh is need for a
bulletin board by the Chineua colony,
as notices In Chinese characters liberally bestrew its side. Ono publication
which coruos regularly, and is about
six feet long by a foot wide seemed to
have some very important news yeS'
tcrday, the Chinamen clustering
around it and discussing it  excitedly.
STRIKES A RICH FIND.
"I was troubled for several years
with chronic indigestion and nervous
debility," wrl'es F. J. Green, of
Lancaster, N. M. "No remedy helped
me until I began using Electrio Bitters, which did me more good than
all tbe medioines I ever used. lhey
have also kept my wife in excellent
health for years. She says Electr c
Ttilters are just splendid for female
troubles; tbey are a grand tonic and
invigorator for weak, run down
women. No otner medicine can take
its plaoe in our family." Try them.
Only 5<>c. Satisfaction goarantesd by
Canada  Dn g 4 Book Co,
THE NORTHWESTERN DEVELOPMENT
SYNDICATE, Ltd.
incorporated under the laws of British Columbia..
Capital S l .000,000 In 1,000,000 Shares. Par Value $ 1.00 Each.
All Treasury Stork.  Ho Promoter.' ami No Preferred Slor.k.
PROPERTIES :
Cambourne Oroup, 9 Claims Oyster Group, 6 Claims
Located in the Free Gold Fish River Camp,   Lardeau Mining Division, British Columbia.
Large Veins. Free billing dold Ore
FIRST ALLOTMENT
"0.000 SHARES NOW OFFERED AT 30 CENTS PER SHARE
n view of the splendid showings of both high and low
crrade ore and the unrivalled facilities for the economical
developing and working of the properties, it is confidently ex-
oected that, not only will the present issue of stock be sold
auicklv but that no more will be offered at less than par.
Address all inquiries for information, or applications for
SPECIAL SERVICE
NELSON TO SPOKANE
For the comfort of the number of
people who are now using this
popular line, a direct daily Buffet
Car service has been inaugurated,
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable on any of the
larger railways in Canada or the
U.S.
Close connections made at Spokane for the south, east and west.
Only 10 hours to Seattle and 18
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points.
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrivt
11.1X1 n. m Spokane 7:35 p.m
12:26 p.m Rossland 4:10 p.m
10:10a.m. Nelson 6:05 p.m
H. A. JACKSON. Q. P. AT.A.
Spokane Watt
Q. K. TAOKABURY
Asrent, Nel Km. BO
E. J. SCOVIL
.nlMIN<l BBOKEK, HOTAKY
Windermere Mines,  CorreenondesoeSoilaU
WINOEBMBBK. B. C.
CANADIAN
Pacific:
RAILWAY
EFFECTIVE OCT. 13.
A NEW FEATURE
TOURIST
SLEEPING
OARS : : :
equip-
in
addition  to
ment
usual
on
A. R. HEYLAND,
P.L.S.
KASLO. B. C.   r
Mineral ilalaN and mines suiveycd.
 JMi' I" 1  ���
stock to
S. M.
P. O. Box 556, Nelson, B.C.
BRYDGES,
Official Broker.
OALL ON TH��
NELSON WOE CO.
and trr a bottle, a dosen, nr a barrel of
CALGARY BUR a* It ta the beet ana
ohesposl on the msrket. Also trr our
WINES,    LIQUORS     "d    OIOARS.
FRANK
Telephone 81
A. TAMBLYN. U.......
����VerHW.Kekwi.
Grows' Nest Section-
Leave  Kootenay Landing
Tuesday and Friday for St
Paul via Soo Line.
Friday only for Toronto,
Montreal and Boston and intermediate points on direct
route. ,
/
For bertha, timetables, rate* and fall
Information apply to.
H. Ii. Brown,
Oity Passenger Age**!
, S. Carter,
Din. Pan. Aft.
Nelson
B. J. OOYI*
A. O. P, A.
V����oou����r
If there is anything you rrquirs.uk
tor it In    li-�� eel now of tbe V latr. Niuom Daily Minsr Tumjay, October �����, tgoi
?
Letter Do yoa want a good
Piles Letter File, one that 1*
honestly made In every
particular, the best cheap File ever
made? If so, r.e recommend our
"Acoountant," witb double arch,
ihdex and cover.    Price 50c.
For a better File, in fact, tbe best
File made we recommend tbe "Shannon," with index and cover. Price,
letter size 00c., Cap size $1.00.
For Office Sundries of all kinds we
know no better place than the
THOMSON
STATIONERYCO.U"
NELSON. B.C.
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THE GITY
MR. CAMPBELL
ON THE SCENE
Continued from First Page.)
A son was born   to   Mr.   and   Mrs
Thoburn    Allan,    Victoria street, yesterday.
No trace has yet been got of the
prisoner Beilly who escaped from the
Nelson gaol on Saturday night
Rev. Father Ferland has returned
from a holiday tiip in the course of
which he visited Quebec, New York,
Chicago, Donver and Salt Lake City.
He returns mnch benefitted in health.
The steamer Kokanee was yesterday hauled upon tbe ways at tbe
shipyards ana the paddle wheel removed, considerable improvements
and alterations are to be made in ber
before she is placed on the run again.
Theo. Madson, tent and awning
maker, assigned yesterday to Hamilton Myers, Elliot & Lennie being
appointed solicitors for tbe assignee,
Yesterday an appraisement of the
stock was begun. A statement of the
assets and liabilities has not yet been
prepared.
W. A. McLean came in yesterday
from Crestun where he will be en
gaged for the next month superintending the oveihauling of tae road from
Crescou to tbe Alice mine which is to
be put in good condition before the
winter. The road from Rykert's to
Creston is also to be put in shape.
Peaches from New ling'8 ranch
across the river were placed on tbe
market yesterday and were pronounced to be very good in flavor by purchasers. They were small In size,
but it is the first bearing year for the
trees and it apeakB well for the climate
that they can be raised bete in ..quantity sufficient to market.
J. S. Carter, district passenger
agent, C. P. I!., returned on Sunday
moruicg from a trip through tbe
Boundary in oompany with K. J.
Coyle, A. G. P. A., of Vancouver,
and Geo. H. 11am, of tbe liteiary department. Mr, Ham came in to Nelson on Satnrday night and left by the
Crow's Nest boat for the east.
Hugh English, who was injured in
an explosion at Kitchener last week
died on Thursday and was buiied at
Port Hill, Idaho, on Saturday. He
wbb a member of the lodge of Odd
Fellows at Port Hill,and the members
took charge of the funeral. In the
explosion he bad his right leg torn
off, and sustained serious injuries to
his head.
Tbe steamer International took the
run for the Kaslo yesterday while the
latter was having some needed repairs
made. The ore shipments have been
so heavy from KhsIj lately that it was
necessary to wait for a day when they
were considerably lighter than usual,
to allow ol the Kaslo being laid off
for even a day, its capacity fur carrying being considerably greater than
that of tbe former steamer.
A suit having some peculiar features
will likely come np for trial at next
sitting of tbe Supreme court, namely
Adams vs. lllckey. In this case
Adsms and a former partner named
Miller is bringlug action against Phil
Iliekey, the well-known mining man,
on notes made in Missouri some years
ago, where Mr. Iliekey was in the
liquor business. The original amount
was about $1,800 but accrued interest
hrings the amount up to about twice
that sum. Mr. lllckey puts in the
defense that the notes aie outlawed by
the laws of the state In which they
were made, that they would be outlawed by the statute of British
Columbia and that in any case tbe
notes had been transferred to a bank
which had realised on a chattel
mortgage which hail been given as
collateral more than sufficient to
satisfy the notes. Ity wiy of counterclaim Mr. Iliekey ankn for an accounting cf the money received from
the mortgage. An order was made
yesterday issuing a commission to examine a witness in Butte.
machine. He said be would not be.
The arrangement had been made as a
temporary one to help tne city out
and wonld be kept up till the machine arrived and was installed but no
longer.
Alderman Selous then moved that
the council adjourn till Wednesday
night to oonsider the matter.
Aid. Irving moved iu amendment
that the adjournment be till Monnay
night.aiitl was seconded by Aid Madden. On vote this was defeated. Aid.
Irving and Madden voting for the
amendment and Aid. Gillette, Selous,
and Patersou, against. The original
motion was tbe carried,and the council
adjourned till Wednesday night when
tbe matter will be again gone into.
for the coming year will be elected
and the oelebrationof St. Andrew's
day November 30th will be arranged.
C. H, Crandon and bride are among
those registered at the Victoria hotel.
Tbey were united in the holy bonds
of matrimony some days ago at Nelson and are now on their wedding
tour,having had a very enjoyable trip
through the districts lying between
that city and Vancouver. This mom
ing they spent the time driving
through the subuibbs.���Victoria
Times.
Combination Suits for Women and
Children. Special valnea at KEUK &
CO'S.
& CO.
At the custom bouse the amount of
silver-lead buillion shipped through in
the week ending October 23th was   185
tons.
Another case of a Chinaman carrying swill was bought before the court
yesterday, but was adjourned till
tomorow.
Work on the bridge that is to oon-
nect the lane between Baker and Vernon Btreets with Ward was commenced yesteday afternoon.
Herr Steiner's orchestra will he in
attendance at tbe Hallowe'en supper
to be, given by the Ladies' Aid of St.
Paul's church on Thursday evening
next.
The city wharf was finished sufficiently yesterday to allow of teams
making their way along it from one
end to tbe other, it will be completed
some time this week.
The first regular meeting of the W.
C. T. U., held yesterday afternoon in
the Baptist church, was a decided
success. Several new names were
added to the membership roll, and a
lively interest shown in the formula
tion of plan for the features.
A disorderly female character was
came into Nelson on Sunday and
celebrated by gutting drunk was
ordered to leave town yesterday at
once, by order of tne police magistrate and acccrdingly left on the afternoon boat.
Only a few of the larger buildings
in Nelson are provided with fire escapes. The fire wardens have detei-
miued to remedy this condition of
affairs and within the past few days a
number of notices have been issued
to owners of buildings directing the
putting up of fire esoapes.
Instead of the regular Young
People's meeting at the Baptist
church this evening there will be a
pnblic missionary meeting, at which
an attractive programme of papers,
readings, addicsses and musio will be
presented by the members of the B, Y,
P. U. The subject of tbe meeting
will be the Grande Ligne mission, tbe
Baptist mission to tne Raman Catholics of the Province of Quebec. Everybody cordially invited, Remember the
hour, 8 o'clock.
The funeral of Mar Hing Fou, the
Chinese boy who died on Sunday nigbt
at the Kootenay Lake General hospital, took place yesterday afternoon
to the cemetery. The deceased waa
aged 17 years and died from typhoid
fever. The funeral was tbe most claD-
orate Chinese ceremony of the kind
that ever took place in Nelson and
was largely attended by tbe Chinamen
of Nelsun. The body, clad in blue
silk, was placed in the grave together
with clothes, food and his various personal belongings, and a quantity of
paper money and tapers were burned
at the grave side, here tho usual ceremonies took place.
Heavy Wool Hose for Women and
Children.     See KKISK'S values.
AT THE HOTELS.
Phair.-W. M. Rory, Chicago; G.
Alexander,Kaslo;E J. Uoswell.Tiail;
Dr. W, A. Ilemiryx, Sandon; B.
Wilson, Victoria; B\ Bobbins, North
Star mine; D. C. Johnson, Everett,
Wash. ; A. II. Fingland, Three Forks;
U.K. Alexander, Sandon; Mr. and
Mrs. A. 0. Trapp, Quebec; W. L.
Bowers, St. Paul; L. A. Campbell,
Uosslaud;C P. Hill, Kitcheoer;C. D.
Crandall, Spokane; E. N.Fell, Athabasca; It. T. Eslinger,Portland; A. C.
Gait, H. Rcy, W. J. Whiteside, Ross-
lanti; U. A. Morang, Toronto.
Hume.���W. M. Roy, New York; P.
Boss, Hamilton; R. McGnire, Molly
Gibson Landing; R. G. Whitlock,
Louisville, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs J. It.
Giffoid, Hall Mines; A. Spriggs,
Winnipeg; R. U. Harkley, Owen
Sound; T. Bell, Torento; .1. Bowes,
Silverton; H. Lazaire, Chicago; W,
McLean,O tt awa.
Grand Central.���J. F. Peterson,
Winnipeg, Man.; J. M. Cameron,
Buffalo: N. McMillan, Molly Gibson
Landing; N. Nahl, Northpoit; C.
Williams, Michel; W. 0. Steele,
Ymir; T. Pape, Slocan.
Queens.���U. J.Stewart, A. Stewart,
J. M. M. Beoedum, Silverton; F.
Dick, Slocan; J. A. Netterfield, Rossland; E. C. Riley, Movie.
SALE OF WORK-SUPPER.
The Ladies' Aid Society of St.
Paul's Presbyterian chucrh will hold
a sals of work and Hallowe'en supper
in the stores next to the Lawrence
Hardware Co., on Thursday, October
.list. Tbe sale of work will begin at
? o'cIock and aupoei from 5 30 to 8
o'clock. Afternoon tea will be
served. |
PERSONAL
H. 0, Alexander, ll.e Sandon niin
ing innii. left this morning for
Chioagu, via the Crow's Nest rnihvay.
D, C. Johnson, son of It. C, Canip-
boll-.Iolinson, left early -.Ills morning
via tbo Crow's Nest lailwuy fui
London,    Eng.
Aid. J. A.Irving returned yesterday
from a trip to eastern Canada in
whioh he visited among other places
Toronto and Buffalo.
The Bt. Rev. Ili�� Lordship, the
Plshop of Now Westminster and
Kootenay, has adopted nil invitation
to the Sons of Rnglund social on Wednesday and left the coast yesterday
for Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Laing-Stocks arrived home via the Glow's Nest line
yesterday, after a three months' trip
to Scotland. Their many friends in
the city will be glad to welcome
Ihem again.
R. Manhin. agent for the lloliunu
fuse antl the furnish drill is a guest
at the Hume. He has just returned
from Sudbury, Ont. where he sold several Cornish drills to the people operating tbr nickel mines there.
The annual meeting of the St. Andrews' Society will oe held on Thursday next at 8 p. m. at tbe Hotel
l'hali when the directors and   officers
MADDEN    BLOCK
Cigars -
,  Tobacco ,
| Phone 117 |
"Zbc TRoigal Bank of Canaba"
Incorporated 1869.
��:i,noo.ooo.oo I Capital Pald-ap,
Beat)
Capital Authorised,    .    .    ��*>,..��.,������.��. 1 --��������������� -���---��.     1   .    .     ��W,������.os����.
Br"t' *l,1UU uJJ'u!
Bwrd of Directors    Thomas K. Kenny,  President;   Thomas Ritchie, Visa, iwh
Wiley Smith. H. G. Bauld. Hon. David Maofcoen. *     i08 * ""Hem
Ucail Ofnee. Halifax 1
General Manager, Edson L. Pease Montreal.
Superintendent of Branches, and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Halifax.
Branches !
Quebec-Montreal,   (City   Ofllool    vn���,���
West End (Cor. WotJo   Damo iffafe
naura Streets);  Wostmount   Cor  oSB_
Avenue and St Catharines StasW,       *
Ontario-Ottawa. am"-
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cnba, West Indies���Havana.
**��$$&. wStaT Ymk W "nb">" B-
BEANO Ii S IN BBITI8H COLUMBIA.
N. E. T. CO.
Reduction in service, taking place
Sunday 29th inftant. 40 minute
service before 11 a. m. and after
7.40 p. m.    20 minutes between.
Tim. 1 in 1.1:.
ItOKUKtowB Nlsnley HI.
7,00 a  m, 7.20 a. m.
7.40 8.00
8,20 8.40
9.00 9.20
9.40 10.00
10.20 10.40
11.00 11.00
11.20 11.20
Every 20  minutes  Between, at the
hour, 20 past and 20 to.
iiujinsOn, n Stanley 81
7.20 p  m 7,20 p. m.
7.40 S.00
8.20 I40
9.00 j. 20
9.40 10,00
10.20 1040
last car.       last car to switch
10 GENTS
10 TICKETS 50 CENTS
A. V. MASON.
IT DAZZLES THE WORLD.
No Discovery in medicine has ever
created one eiuater of the excitement
mat has been caused by Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. It's
seveiest tests have been on hopeless
victims uf Consumption, Pneumonia
Hemorrhage, Pleurisy and liion-
cbJtia thousands of whom it has ie-
sioivd to perfect health. For Coughs
Colds, Asthma, Croup, Hay Fever,
Hoarseness and Whooping Cough, it is
the quickest surest cure in the world
It is sold by Canada Drug & Hook Co.
wbo guarancee satisfaction or refund
money. Large hot I ties 50c and $1, on.
Trial bottles free.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
YARDS   AT   NELSON: AND  ROSSLAND
KILL AT PORTO RICO HIDING.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always la
Stock.
We carry a oomplote Rtook of Const, Flooring
Celling, Innlde Finish, Turned Work, Sash and
I )ooi>. Spocial order work will receive prompt
iiLLoiitlun*   Mail orders solicited.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
LIrUTED.
Hand Offlcn���BssslsiT and Vernon ft.. Nelwn
The DAILY MINER
WILL BE DELIVERED TO
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning immediately
on arrival of steamer, at the
rate of   ...   .    ,   ,   ,   ,
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions to be left
witb tbe agent,
D.  J.  YOUNG.
IIKNNETT'S FUSE,
lie   sure and get the genuine   BENNETT'S (1UTTA I'EItCUA KUSK.nnt
something that looks   like   it.    Lawrence Hardware Co., Agents.
PATENTS, THAUK MARKS ltd COFVIUfflTK
obtained in all oouutries
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
IMPORTANT   TO  CYCLI8T8  AND
ATHLETES
Mr Murk While, 11,,, w���t known trnlner of
ffi! ,r.'"S" V, ,'"''ro��-�� Team nnd Osgiod IIui
Kimtbfill chili urlie-.: "| ooniluor iir 1111hi
Menthol l.liilnii'iii unequalled for mill ���  '1 nr
thon training, l have. and n with the hoMi
aui-rciMami e.m nosrtlljr rooomtnond li riiminr
Am. -ortmc*. spralojand nil forms of iweU&M
mid Inllaniuilion.   I'rlee 2>rt<tiU �����""��K
KorwiloliyJ.H Vsn���u,n<> N.lWn      c
''Dardanelles"
Paw Egyptian Cigarette* nre fully op
pfeatatadbj Cigarette amoken,  The
twornioiiH sale of 1 Ins  brut) proves H.
gold erer^where.   ife. per ptokajre.
Nov*   HcotU-Hallfax    Branch,   AntlKO'iM'
Brtdgewater, Uu> uboro. Londonderry, Lu
en burg. Maillaua (Hant-s Co.), Pictou, Port
Hawkesbury, Hydnoy. aiiubonaoadfe, Truro,
Weymouth.
New    Brunswick ��� Bathurst,     Dorchester,
Krederioton, Kington (Kent Co.), Mono-
ton, Newcaetlo, Sackvllto, St, John,Woodstock*
P. K. laland���Charlotte town, tiumuierHido.
Grand   Forks, Nanalmo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vancouver
Vancouver East End, Victoria. '
Correspondents t
Canada���Merchants Hank of Canada.   Bunion -National Shawmnt Bank.   Cblraeo-lliinni.
Truatand8avings Bonk,   ton Frsnclsco-Klrst National Bank.   London,  Knit.-Hunk ���!
Scotland.   Paris, France���Credit Lyonnalii.   Uermnda���Bank of Rnrmnda.   China and J*
pan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Hpoksne���Old National Bank.
General Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bill* of Exchange   tWurh
aod Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc, Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
lest Transler Co.
N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER,
Goal�� Wood
Best  Fir and  Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Office on   Ba>er Street
Tel. 83
J. 0. GWILLIM, B..  So-,
MIKIN0 ENGINEER.
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. B C.
GALT COAL
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
hand.
Kates to all railway and
lake points
W. P. TIERNEY,
General Agent,
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors west
C.P.R. offices.
If YOUR HORSE
Is   lame    or    interferes
bring him  to  the  City
Horseshoeing Shop, Jo
sephine Street
ALEX. GIBSON.
SILVEK KINO MUCK
Will pay the highoBt oaab prion for all
kinds of I'l'cmiil liuml goods. Will bay
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, ntores, oarperta,
���ooking uti'iiflilH, booght in household
onantitios. Also cast off clothing,
dull and mi mo or write. Address
SiIvit King Mike, Boi auo. Hall
Rsrnet. Nelaon.  B   "
Corpoiation of the City of
Nelson.
Notice to Municipal Voters.
Notice is hereby given that under
the provision of the "Municipal Election Act," thu following aie entitled
to vote for Mayor and A Mermen at
Oity Muni ol pa I Blaotlons, viz.:
Any mull' or female, being 11 lliitlsh
subject of the full nae Of twenty-one
years, who Im.s paid on 01 before the
First Day of November all Municipal
Rates, Taxes, Assessments, and
License Fees
payable by him or her, anil
" Who is the assessed owner of IbihIk
or of Improvements or the assessed
occupier of hums williin the Municipality, or
"Who is a resident of ami carries
on business, and Is tho holder of a
trailers' license in the Municipality,or
"Who is 11 bonsebotdor within the
Municipality,"
Householders are required on ot
befoio the first ilay of December to
enter with the undersigned, their
names uh a voter, ami (o del'vur at
the same lime u stutulory declaration
in the form provided by the statute.
,1. K. tjTKACIIAN,
Citv Clerk.
Nelson, I). C., October 16tb, 1901,
The Canadian Bank of Commerce S
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO.
i
Paid-up   Capital,   88,000,0(10;    Reserve   Fund,   a2,000,000;
Aggregate  Resources Over 865,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. E. WALK.EK, General Manager.
London Office: 6oLombsrd Street, B. C.
New York Oflice; 16 Bxchsnge Plsce.
And68 branch^ in ('tui.ulu and tne United States, Including:
BltlTISH COLUMBIA
Atlih Greenwood Nki.��o,n Sandon
CllANUKOOK KAMLOIII'S NEW VVkbTMINSTER    VANCOUVER
Fernie Nanaimo Hossland Victoria
YUKON DISTKICT-Dawson and White Horse.
UNITK11 STATES���New York, San Fhanciboo, Skattle, Portland, Skauway,
Savings Bank Department.
Depoilts Received and Interest Allowed.   Present Bate S Per Cunt
Nelson Branch.
GRANGE Y. HOLT, Manager.
Just Received
A large Shipment of
Portable Basket Grates, And-Irons,
Brass Fire Sets,
Brass Fenders,
Spark Guards-
%
iTLACHLAN BROS.
P. BURNS & CO.^
Wholesale and Retail Meat MM
HEAD OFFICE NELSON. ML 6.
IMBH
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Throe Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to an, branch will have careful wad praust attention.
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THfc   PROSPECTORS'  EXCHANGE {
NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK. NELSON. B. O. J
Gold, Silver-Lead  and  Copper WI110B wanted at the EXCHANGE.   I
FBBfl  MILLING   GUM) properties  wanted at once for Bostcrn   i
investors.
Parties bavins   mining   property for   sale arc   requested to send
samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.
We desire  to  hear from prospectors who haye promising mineral
chums lu British Columbia,
mi.�����,ff"���  iiml  ��>i��i'if?  iron   are requested   to make tho EX-
��, uir "endquurtors when in Nelson.
AH samples should be sent by express, PRErAID.
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
_.,   1 ANDREW  F.  ROSENBERGER.
Telephone No. 104. P.O.Box 700. nelson,
'���      \
ON, B. 0.   11
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
all kiniih or
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   O.   TRAVES.   MANAGER.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Strbbt, Nklson.
Older, by nnil receive careful and prompt attention

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