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 Daily Edition No.  1219
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Wednesday,  Ducember i8, 1901
Eleventh  Year
Proviiicji Library g31oo	
I Hon. Mr. lllair. whose daughter liar-
I per petislied in attempting to save,
jgave   J'.'OO.
Mattawa, Ont.,   Dec. 1".���Thc   general hospital here was burned   to   the
UOVernOr    Boyle'S   ground toduy.      No   lives   were   lost,
the patients being safely removed.
Object to
Officially Visiting Mar
Will Remove to Nova Scotia
to Resume Experiments.
Sc, Johns, Nld., Dee. 17.���Marconi
wns visited officially at Signal Hill
today by Governor Boyle, Premier
Bond and the executive committee.
They were eliown the wireless apparatus which was explained to them.
Nu attempt was made to get signals
from England because of the hostility
of the Anglo-American Cable Co.
The government officials before   visit.
iisg Marconi had to consider the protest against their going, made by the
superintendent of the Anglo-American
Cable Co., who claimed that the government should not identify itself
with either party. The officials decided that the scientifio aspect of the
Marconi plant warranted their recognizing him.
The Marconi wireless telegraph Co. of
London and the Anglo-American
Cable Co., also in London, have open
ed negotiations for the settlement of
the difficulty between them arising
from Mr. Marconi's work here. In
the meantime, as it Is important tbat
Marconi's operations be expedited,
lie will cease his experiments here
and leave next Sunday for Nova
Scotia, where in the event of the fail-
uie of the present negoilatins, he will
selett another site for a wireless telegraph station. The inventor's work in
Nova Scotia will occupy him abunt a
week when he will leave for   London.
(iirls Deported Drowned Located Alive
and Well.
Pottage la Prairie, Dec. 17.���It has
been rumored around town for some
weeks that the two DavidBon girls,
who were reported as drowned in the
AsMnnaboiue river Bome mouths ago,
were not actually Oiowned, and both
girls nre still alive. The girls were
down at the old fort one afternoon
last summer with their sister nnd Mr.
II. Hennet and it was reported during
the afternoon that both theglilshad
beon drowned while bathing in the
river. A search was made for the
bodies, continuing over a week and
was joined in by large numbers of
citizens, but neither nf the bodies
could he found and nothing has been
heard of them since. Yesterday the
rumor was widely spread that one of
the two girls was back in town and
that the other was married and living
in North flakcta, and that the report
of the drowning was purely fabulous.
Citizens are inclined tu think the
report as to the drowning "as got up
to cover the disappearance ef
Rat Portage, Dec. 17.���Mrs. John
Chalolr died suddenly this morning
fiom heart failure. Deceased, who is
survived by her husband and six
children, was a reBidont of the town
for many years and waB abont 45
years of age. She cane from Montreal.
Ottawa, Dee. 17.���Lieut. Dotigla"
draham,who is going to South Africa
with the third contingent, waB mar'
fled thiB afternoon to Miss Mill!*
Hon ling, daughter of Dr. Dowling.
They will spend their honeymoon in
Halifax, the bride returning to
Ottawa, This makes the second bridegroom of a few days who will accompany the contingent.
Woodstock,   Ont., Dec. 17.���Rev. R.
H. MacKay has resigned the pastorate
of the First Baptist church to accept a
call to Brandon, Man.
Montreal, Deo. 17.--The Star's London oahle save: "Lord Strathcona
makes splendid progress. He is now
moving about the house, though not
allowed out of doors yet. The Prince
and Princess of Wales left London
today to visit Lord and tady Mount
Stephen at Brocket Hall."
Ottawa, Deo. 17.���The committee in
charge  of the   Harper   memorial   has
collected $1,800.     they  want  $4,000.
Fagan    on   Smallpox
Interior of B. C.
Victor'.a, Dec. 17.���Dr. Fagan, secretary of the provincial board of
health,has returned foim a trip to thc
upper country for the purpose of looking into the condition there in regard
to smallpox. He found in most of the
districtsa sharper lookout being maintained, and such oases as have developed have been isolated and are pto-
gressing favorably.
At Rossland there arc two cases,
both doing well. At Phoenix one case
has developed in one of the mines,
and the doctor found it necessary to
isulate 147 men. These have been
taken to another part of the workings,
and kept at work there underground
so that while practically quarantined,
they arc not prevented from following
their ordinary avocation.
At McQuinlan's camp, on thc V. V.
and E. in the vicinity of Grand Fcrks,
three eases have developed, and 75
men had to be isolated in consequence. All thc men mentioned were
engaged in construction work, and the
quarantined men have been detached
to a section by themselves, and will
be kept under surveillance until the
disease has had time to develop.
On the construction gang of the
Republic and Grand Forks line a case
has also developed, and in this instance the eighty odd men who bad
been exposed to contagion were dispatched back across the boundary line
whence they came. All through the
districts he visited the doctor found
that the disease had Veen introduced
from Washington state, where the
greatest laxity is allowed in connection with the epidemic.
There are two cases in the Crow's
Neat Puss, ono at Marysville, and the
other at Kimberley, but both aie
doing well.
The doctor confirms the apprehension felt as mentioned in the Times
regarding the development of the
disease during the coming summer.
The type is becoming more virulent,
and the authorities south of the border
exercise as little caution as ever in
checking the propagation of the disease. The British Columbia officials
this year will be required to redouble
their vigilance along the border in
order to protect the towns and camps
of this piovince.
Excluded From thc  Italian House He
Talks Through the Door.
Rome, Dec. [11.���Signor Ferri,
socialist, whose refusal to lenve th
chamber of deputies yesterday after he
had been ordered to do so, resulting
in ao adjournment of the bouse amid
great disorder, furnished a further
diversion in the chamber today,
Being excluded from the floor on account of his conduct yesterday, Ferri
watched the proceedings through a
glass door at the back of the chamber.
When the honse refused to modify
the president's order of censure and
exclusion agalnBt Ferri, tbe latter
smashed the gloss and shouted epithets
through the hole. This resulted
sgaln breaking up the sitting
great diorder.
tjneenstown, Deo 17.-The White
Star liner Oceanic from New York,
Dec. 11, having on board Messrs.
Redmond, McUugn and O'Donnell,
the Irish members of parliament who
have been visiting the United States
in the interest* of the United Irish
legaue. arrived here this afternoon.
The delegation from the United Irish
league weut out on the company's
tender to meet Mr. Redmond and his
���f miltthl haa been advised that thc
troopships Victorian and Manhattan
will arrive at Halifax on January 7.
The embarkation of the Second
Mounted rifles will take plaoe on the
10th. These troopships are now on
their way from South Africa.
Unless Chile Accepts Modlfl
cations Settlement Is
Strict   Regulations   as
United States Immigration.
Railways  Volunteer   Active
Assistance In Moving
Rnenos Ayres, Dec. 17���The Chilean
answer to Argentine's reply to Chile's
last note has not yet been received.
According to the Tiempo, no arrangement of the existing difficulties is
possible if Chile refuses to accept tbe
modicflations suggested by Argentina
to the two important paragraphs in
the Chilean note. The railways of
the country have placed 95,000 tons of
coal at the disposal of the government. They have also offered to provide transporattion for 40,000 men as
soon as desired.
Justice Jerome Declares Both Political
Machines in New York Rotten.
Rochester, Dec. 17.���Justice William Travres Jerome, recently elected
on the Fusion ticket in Greater New
York, spoke here tonight. Mr. Jerome's subject was Tho Municipal
Problem in New York as Affected by
the Liquar Tax Law. After speaking
of the enromous vote of the municipalities in the country for some years
and tbe growth at the expense of
morals in many districts, the speaker
said: I know that politics in this
part of the country are quite pure,
but in our city both machines are so
fundamentally rotten that there is
nothing to choose between them.
Unless you approach problems honestly youjeannot solve tbem inthe city of
New York because no administration
can remain long enough in oflice and
grapple with them, but will be at the
tender mercies of Tammany Hall, and
Tammany Hall will solve no problem
which is possible to be solved at all."
First Erie Train Through to New
York Since the Storms.
New York, Dec. 17.���The first train
to make its way through on the Erie
railway since tbe storms of the day
before yesterday, reached Jersey City
at 6 o'clock thiB morning. It was the
western express which under ordinary
circumstances would have been in last
nigh i. On the train were scores of
passengers who had gathered in from
stalled trains along tbe way. Many
of the passengers had spent over a day
on trains stalled by landslides and
broken bridges, and had to live on
limited ratiunB while ImpriBoned in
the cars.
Ot��awa,   Dec. 17.���The
Washington, Dec. 17.���Senator Frye
today introduced a joint resolution
authorizing the president to invite the
King of Siam to visit the United
tSates. It set forth in a preamble
the fact that the King of Siam has
made known to our minister at Bangkok his desire to vist the United
States and the icsolutlon provides that
he shall be invited to become the
guest ol Ihe nation while here. An
appropriation for His Majesty's suitable entertainment II provided but the
sum ia left blank for the present.
New York, Deo. 17.-James 0,
Fargo, president of the. American Express Co., announced today that each
of the 10,000 employes of tbe corporation in Ihe United States would re
ceive a Christmas gift of f 10. Last
year the company gave each of its
employees |B,
New York, Deo. 17.���Laurent
Howard, Btage manager of the
Oipheum theatre, Brooklyn, died today aged 47. ne managed theatres at
Montreal, Ottawa and Halifax.
London, Dec 17.-A dispatch from
Valparaiso announces that decrees
have been published calling out a
sufficient number of consorlpts and
territorial guards to plaoe 30,000 men
at the disposal of Chile to protect tha
mountain passes.
Special Provision Made for
Detecting Dangerous
Washington. Dec. 17.���A new immigration bill which is the joint
production of Senator .Penrose and
Commissioner General Powderly, was
today introduced in the senate by Mr.
Frye. The bill provides an educational test and in addition to the present system of domestic inspection of
mmigrants authorizes the appointment of inspectors at the principal
foreign ports from which immigrants
sail, with instructions to exercise
special scrutiny of the police records of
immigrants with-the view of excluding anarchists.
His Magic Spell Brought $185,000 Out
of Samuel Stevenson.
Chicago, Doc. 17.���Testimony was
offered before Judge Tnllsy today in
the suit for the appointment of a receiver for John Alexander Dowie's
Zion lace industries to show that
Dowie possessed some mysterious
power' over his disciples. Samuel
Stevenson, the plaintiff, who charges
Dowie with having defrauded bim of
$185,000 by this power, swore tbat
Dowie waved his hands and exerted
this influence by pressing him closely
to his body.
The attorney for the defense tried to
have this power appear in the
records as magnetism, but the court
would not permit it.
Stevenson testified tbat thiee times
he had felt an indescribable awe
when Dowie pressed him to his body
and that from this influence he and
other persons felt that Dowie could
call down a curse upon bim e actually. He related how Dowie was said
to have declared that it the late
Dwight L. Moody did not cease hiB
fight against Zion tbat he would not
say that Moody might not die and that
later Dowie told how Moody had
taken sick and die. Stevenson told
how three times he had tried to get
out of Dowie's influence but had
failed until now.
Ithaca, N. Y., Dec. 17.���Latest developments in the flood situation in
Ithaca show that tbe loss by damage
to property was underestimated considerably. It not appears that the
original estimate of $2,000,000 will
be almost double. The suspension of
railway and street railway traffic continued throughout the day and few or
no malls reached the city up to midnight. Early in tbe evening the gas
supply was restored but the eleotric
plant ia still inactive. All of the
Cornell university shops were able to
resume operations this afternoon.
The university property most damaged
waa the Percy field, across which a
strong current continued to flow until
this morning.
Butler, Pa.,Dec.17.���Thos. Edwards
and Charles Purkerwere killed by an
explosion of nitro-glyccrlne about five
miles north of here today. The boiler
and engine house of a nitro-glyccrine
plant exploded and the men and their
horses were blown to atoms, The
windows in almost every house and
store iu Butler were shattered by the
force of the explosion. Only one
small piece of flesh was found near
where the explosion occurred.
Whether It is a part of one of the
man's bodies or a piece of horse flesh
haa not yet been determined.
Washington, Dec. 17.���Announcement was made today that Poitmaster-
General Smith had tendered his resignation and that it has been accepted.
Henry C. Payne, national committeeman from Wisconsin, has been offered
tbe positior and has accepted it.
the recently suspended First National
Bank, Ballston, N. Y., to resume
business on the 10th instant. This
action wis taken on information that
the capital of the bank was impaired
and the bank was otherwise safe.
Lake Rates to Be Continued at a
Reasonable Average.
Cleveland, Die. 17.���Vessel men of
Cleveland are prcarlng to revive the
vessel pool which was started last
spring The principal function of
the vessel men this winter will be to
establish the permanency of coal and
grain rates and if necessary to do so
the vessel pool will take contracts for
the movement of all the coal and all
the grain of next year at a fixed rate
which they claim will be about the
average for a number of seasons. They
will attempt to make the carrying ol
coal and grain as seductive to vessel
owners as the carrying of ore which
during the present season has employed the greater number of the boats.
i Major Leckie to Recruit in
Kootenay for South
Will Be In Nelson on Thursday. December the
New York, Deo. 17.���A London cable
to the Times states that a letter to
the London Times irom a concentration camp, dated Port Elizabeth, tells
of a milliner of gifts received and
about feasts of tea and cake, and
asserting that the refugees are so well
provisioned that they sell quantities
of food to soldiers.
M. Brewer Replies to R. E,
nel and Urges Active Steps.
A representative of tho Victoria
Times recently interviewed W. M.
Brewei, M.E., relative to the position
taken by R. E. Gosnell, secretary to
the premier, in a recent mterivew
granted to the Times.
Mr. Brewer stated that he was very
pleased to Bee tbat Mr. Gosnell attached so much importance to procuring
statistics relative to the markets of
the Orient for the products of British
Columbia, especially copper, lead,
silver, iron, steel, paper, pulp, etc.
It is a move in the light direction," he Baid, "and the fact that at
present the shipping facilities are
against us is a discovery well worth
knowing, because 'forewarned ia
forearmed,' and the provincial government can now make proper represen-
to the Dominion government on thc
subject with a view to suosidizing
ship building or encouraging the industry on the PaciBo coast. It was in
order to bring out the weak points
regarding my suggestions to commence investigations an to the markets across the Pacific ocean which
first led me to a discussion of tbe subject, and the facter so prominently
brought out by Mr. Gosnell while ot
serious moment, need not, in my
opinion, binder the compiling of such
statistics as are necessary to inform
capitalists with regard to the demands
of that market, because that stumbling block oan be removed if it is
ascertained that the markets are substantially as important aB is generally
"That they arc so, I have no doubt,
in fact the press of th�� Sound cities
and San Francisco is continually calling attention to them. I doubt,
though, if the people in Pacific Const
states are any better posted on them
than those of British Col uinbla.
"At tbe present time thc production
of the refined products and manufactures 1 have mentioned is so limited
that I may be considered as taking
time by thu forelock premature, hut
this is not a good argument because it
has been demonstrated that the first in
thc field reap the biggest harvests to
lar aB commercial expansion goes.
Twenty yenm ago the Pennsylvania
iron masters scouted the idea of danger from competition with the Alabama furnaces, but today the product
of tbe latter not only compete success
fully with the procuet of Pennsylvania, but it was demonstrated when
No. I foundry Iron was selling at
$7.50 per ton that the Alabama iron
would be exported to England, and
sold at a profit while Pennsylvania
Iron of thc same grade cuuld not he.
The difficulty with regard to shipping waa one of the main adverse
factors which the Alabama iron masters have to contend with. They
fought a hard fight though, and won
without any subsidies or help Irom
the Federal government.
"I believe llritish Columbia can do
the same, though of course if aid can
be obtained from the Dominion so
much the better. But what Is of
paramount i'rportano is to ascrtain
the extent and demands otth.-markets across the Pacific, and whether
those markets arc the substantal
realiitirs the press states tbem to be
ot mythical subjects   useful   only   for
Vancouver, Dec. 17.���Major K Q.
Edwards-Leckie of this city, today received instructions from tbe adjutant-
general of the department of militia
at Ottawa to proceed to Kootenay and
there to recruit for the quota of 30O
men to be added to tbe strength of
the Canadian Mounted Rifles. Major
Leckie will leave fot thc interior on
Friday next and will commence his
duties as recruiting officer in Rosa-
land on December 23rd. Ten men
will be enlisted in that oity. From
Iics.lncd Major Leckie will go to
Nelson wbeie ten more men will be
enlisted. No enlistments will take
place on Christmas day but on the day
following ten men will be added to
the force at Cranbrook.
No Word of Missing Mattewan���Indians Arranging a Potlatch,
Victoria, Dec. 17. ���The steamer
Queen City which returned this after-
noun from the west coast bruught do
news of wrceakge and no word haa
been heard of the missing Mattewan
along the Vancouver Island coast.
The report that wreckage had been
found there, sent from Astoria, ia
News was brought by the steamer
that the Nehmint mine at Albernl
began shipping ore yesterday from the
mines to the bunkers on the Alberni
canal ready for the coming of the
steamer Manuense which has been
chartered to carry ore to thc sound.
News was also brought that the
Indians from all the villages of the
coast are being invited to a great pot-
latch at Ahousett at the end of the
month. The messengers have been
despatched to the different people.
Miss Tilden of the Minneapolis
Botanical university, who has been at
the station at Port Renfrew, reports
having found some Important data tn
regard to marine plant life.
  * :l
Si earners Collide and Passengers Become Terrified Causing Mishaps.
New York, Dec. 17.���This evening
the ferry boat Princeton of the Pennsylvania line, orowded wilh passengers and teams, jnst after leaving the
Desbrosses street slip, crashed Into tlie
Hudson Ulty of tha same lino, making
a hole in thc letter's port side. There
was a tremendous panic among the
passengers of both boats, Joseph
Creamer, of Orange, N. J., and John
Richardson, of tbis city, both actor*
who were on the Hudson City, were
severely injured.
Wa-liiiigtuti.   Dea.   17.���Tbe   comptroller of currency   today  authorized  people to settle on the Pacific   coast." I Indefatigable
Been Badly Wounded Trying to
Break Block Honse Cordon.
London, Dec. 17.���A despatch (rom
Lord Kitchener dated from Belfast
(about half way between Pretoria and
the frontier ��� of Portuguese East
Africa) received here today announces
that Commandant Kritzingcr, tbe
famous Boer commander, who figured
ao prominently in connection witb the
invasion of Cape Colony, has been
captured, badly wounded, by General
French. Kritzinger was trying to
break the blockhouse cordon at Hanover road.
 ������_. /
Examination of II.M.S. Indefatigable
in Dry Dock Not Reassuring.
Halifax, Dec. 17.���Experts who bare
been looking at the warship Indefatigable in the dry docks, aa a result of
grounding near Quebec, aie astounded
it thc frailty of the construction of
the ship. It Is claimed that the same
defects   which   resulted   iu tha recent
torp.-do boat   destroyer   disasters   are
attractive advertisements lo encourage 'apparent in the   construction   of   the
* Nklson  Daily Minhr,   Wednesday.   December 18,  1901
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anyone giving evidence that will convict persons ol stealing The Miner from
our suDscriddr's doors.
One of the chief objections to the
electric light hylaw is that it will
increase the taxes on realty and improvements. There is no doubt whatever that it would have this effeot,
and besides, this the increased taxation
would result in making Nelson a
town which investors would shun.
People who have money to invest in
realty, those about to embark
iu business, manufacturers who desire
to erect plants, where they have a
choice of several places to select from,
and where other tilings are equal,
inavnably locate in tlie town whei-9
the municipal debt is small and the
rate of taxation low. Nelson needs
more stores, more residents, more
factories in order to reach the size
which its position entitles it and
nothing should be done to handicap
it in the race for the commercial and
manufacturing supremaoy of the
Kootenays. Other towns are coming
up in the Kootenays which have ambitions of the same nature us Nelson,
but none of them possess the natural
advantages which Nelson has as a residential, manufacturing and business
center, and it would not be a wise
move to put too burdensome a debt on
the present capacity of the city to pay,
which might prevent these advantages
from being folly brought ont. This
we believe wonld surely be the case if
the municipal indebtedness should be
made larger than it ought to be.
With the natural increase in the
size and importance of the place,
which will come if a conservative,
progressive and wise policy is pur-
BUed, there will be a time, and a time
which is not fur away, when the expenditure of ���200,000 or $.100,000 for
an electric plant will nut be a matter
of a very serious consequence, but at
present the raising of 8150,000 is more
than the city should borrow for that
purpose, especially whon it is known
that it would crowd close to the full
bo��towing capacity of the city. A
number of well informed ratepayers,
and men who arc of tile progressive type
and who have the interest of the city
at heart, have signified their intention
of voting against the bylaw and principally bean use they consider it would
be impolitic, at the present juncture to
further burden the municipality with
Nelson's credit is good and its condition from almost any standpoint
which it is viewed is excellent, hut
the desire of nil is to keep it in that
condition ami not hurt it by burdening it witli a larger debt at the present time.
So far as lights arc concerned the
city still hns its own plant, which can
be reinforced. Then there is the Nelson Lbs and Coke company. It is a
home institution which is engaged in
furbishing li^ht to tho people of this
oity and in rates are not exorbitant,
If the eity plant is nut of sulllcieiit
capacity, and If a majority of the
people do not care to enter into a
contract with the West Kootenay
Power and Light company to furnish
additional power, the gas compnny
is prepaid! at all times to give them
an efficient light service at reasonable
The city is not in so had a condition, so far as illuminnnts are eon-
crned, as those who would desire to
rush it and make it borrow 8l!i0,00O
for the purpose of providing a plant
would like to make us believe. The
expendture of the sum of tlMl.ooO and
there are some very conservative pco
pie who think the plant would cost
considerably more than this nmoiint,
is u matter lint requires careful consideration   and   nt least a proper est^-
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tuate should be made and the outcome
fully considered before so large an
ibligation is assumed. Taking all
things into consideration we believe
there retrains but one thing to do and
that is to vote down the electric light
plant bylaw.
Senator Templeman in dicusssing
the statement made by Joseph Martin
at a recent Liberal association meeting
in Vancouver, to the effeot that the
west from Winnipeg to Biitish Colnm
bia should hive three representatives
in the Dominion cabinet, heartily
agreed with Mr. Martin. He added
tbat .lie was of tho opinion that tho
Ynkon Territory will have a representative in the Dominion parliament
before long. The people of the west
are entitled to it and the Liberal government, he said, would undoubtedly
take action in this direction. Thu
census showed that the west is growing rapidly and tbat the increase iu
British Columbia was paitioularly
large. The material development,
too, is very great. It Is nothing short
of an injustice that a section like
llritish Columbia should be without a single representaive ln tho
Federal cabinet.
Uon. Clifford Sifton now represents
a large population and an area of im-
pottant country in the federal cabinet, in which he bas tbe portfolio of
minister of the interior. He lepresents
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories,
and British     Columbia.
While Mr. Sifton is a man of more
than ordinary executive ability, and
of great energy and capacity, he
cannot spread himself over so large a
teiritory and attend to the wants of
so maoy people as they should be
looked after. Manitoba, British
Columbia and the Northwest Territories each should have a representative in the cabinet This would result
in each having its interests properly
looked after, and would he a more
equitable arrangement than having
only one representative for the west
in the chief executive body of the
Dominion. With an additional senator from British Columbia to represent the Yale-Cariboo constituency and a cabinet minister to represent the province, British
Columbia would be receiving the consideration to whicb it is justly
We have lately received a large consignment of all the
newest styles and  makes  of ladies'  and  gentlemen's
Boots and Shoes, including; the most up to date styles.
Special attention is dtawn to a large assortment of
Ladies' Fine Evening Slippers
one, two and three strap, with French and Leather Heels Ladies' Queen
Slippers, the newest and nattiest. Ladies' pretty KELT SLIPPERS,
made by the celebrated Dolge Felt Boot Makers.  We are sole agents for
Jennes-Miltar Hygienic Shoe
Our stock of Men's Heavy and Light Walking Boots is second lo none
nor is our stock of Rubbers and Overshoes. Women's and Misses' Cardigans at the low price of $i-7s and $1.50 respectively. A large assortment of Boy's and Girl's Boots, especia'ly made neat and strong for
school wear to choose from.
Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cnre in all Cases.
The main question for wage earners
in llritish Columbia is the question of
Oriental immigration, says the Post
Outlook. A man does not attempt to
improve his house or plant a garden
with a writ of ejectment hanging over
his head. It !b perhaps fortunate for
the labor interests of British Columbia
that they do not have to fight this
question alone. All classes and sec-
tons in Australasia excepting possibly
Queensland are a unit on this question
and will soon force it to an issue. All
that has to be done here is to see that
British Columbia gets the same treatment as Australia does. If our talk
about the uuity of the Empire means
anything what else should it mean
than this; Common aotion towards
common ends where common sentiments inBoire the public.
In the 6fty-two years that have
elapsed sinoe gold was first discovered
in California, in "forty-eight" the
output of the mines has reached the
enormous total of something over a
billion dollars; to be exact, the
amount is $1,350,000,000, says an exchange. Tho largest yearly production was made in 1852, when the
placers were at the height of their
glory, the amount being {81,304 700.
Thu old placer mines of the early days
bave long aio.Se disappeared, and the
crude methods ut first in use have been
replaced by thoroughly modern skill
and appliances. The surface workings of fifty years back have been
followed by scientifio mining in the
deep levels. Never before have California's mines been so favorably regarded or so active as they are today
and while the output of the gold
alone has not advanced,the production
of other minerals has made such
strides ahead that the outlook is most
assuring. With the aid ol science and
perfected appliances, the mines today
in California are doing more and net-
ter than ever before iu the . .eutful
history of that state.
Desrite the fall in silver, and notwithstanding that lead Is low
Rambler-Cariboo is advancing in
puce until its shares ure worth tv.
cents at which price sales were made
iu Rossland on Monday. Thc ttambler-
Cnriboo company continues fo occasionally pay dvidends to Its shareholders, continues to keep up the
development of its mine, continues to
add to its plant, notwithstanding the
adverse conditions which prevail in
tin- metal markets, Thu Ooodenough
Mines, limited, another .Slocan mining company, has lust declared a
dividend of one cent per share on its
capital of 1800,000 in II shares, and
the management declares that another
dividend will 1>e furthcoming OO tho
15th   of   January   next.     These   are
There is nothing like Asthmalene. Il
brings instant relief, even in tbe worst,
cases.   It cures when all else fails.
The Rov. O F. WELLS, of Villa Ridge,
111., says: "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene received in good condition. I cannot
tell you how thankful I feel for the good
derived from it. I was a slave, ohained
with putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
years. I despaired of ever being cured. 1
saw your advertisement for the cure of
this dreadful and tormenting disease, Asthma, and thought you bad overspoken
yourselves, but resolved to give it n trial.
To my astonishment the trial noted like a
charm.    Send me a full size bottle.
Rev, Dr. Morris. Wcetisler,
Rabbi ot thn Cong. Bnni Israel,
New York, Jan, 3,1901
Dn Taft Bros. Medicine Co,,
Gentlemen: Your Asthmalene is an
excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay
Fever, and its composition alleviates all
troubles which combine with Asthma.
Its success is cstonisbiug and wonderful.
After having it carefully analyzed, we can state tbat Asthmalene oontaina
no opium, morphine, chloroform or ether.    Very truly yours,
Avon Springs, N. Y, Feb. 1, 1001.
Drs. Taft Bnos. Medicine Oo.
Gentlemen : I write this testimonial from a sense of doty, having tested the
wonderful effect of your Asthmalene, for the cure of Asthma. My wife has
.been afflcted with spasmodic asthma for th" past 12 years. Having exhausted
my own skill as well as many others, 1 chanced to see your sign upon your
windows on 130 th Btreet, New York, I at onoe obtained a bottle of Asthmaleno.
My wife commenced taking it about the flrst of November. I very soon notioed
a radical improvement. After using one bottle her Asthma has disappear.d
and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing disease.
Yours respeotfully, O. D. PHBLPb, M. D.
Db. Taft Bbos, Medicine Co, Feb. 5,1901.
Gentlemen: 1 was troubled with Asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remedies, but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and
started with a trial b >ttle. I found relief at once. I have since purchased your
full-sized bottle, and I am ever grateful. I have a family of four children, and
for six years wns unable to work. I am now in tho best of health and am doing
business every day.   This testimony you can make such use of as yon see fit.
Home address, 235 Rivington street, S. RAPHAEL,
67 East 129th St,,New York Oity.
Do not delay.   Write at once, addressing DR.   TAFT BROS, MEDICINE
OO., 79 East 130th St., N. Y. Oity.
Sold by All Druggists.
cheering signs nnd reveal that notwithstanding the prevailing conditions and low price of silver and
lead, that some of the mines, when
low water murk in this reipect has
been reached, are yielding profits for
their stockholders.
Every year a large number of poor
sufferers whose lungs aro sore and
racked with coughs nre urged to go to
another climate. But tbis is costly,
and not always sure. Don't be an
exile when Dr, King's New Discovery
for Consumption will cure you at
home. It's the most infallible medicine for Coughs, Colds, and all Throat
and Lung diseases on earth. The
first dose brings relief. Abounding
cures result from persistent use.
Trial bottles free at Canada Drug and
Book Co. Price 50u and fl. Eveiy
bottle guaranteed.
For Christmas presents give your
best girl a box of confectionery from
MoDonald's, Nelson's up-to-date confectionery store.
J. C. GWILIIM, B-,  Sc,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker stre��
Nelsoi. B C
H. & M. BIRD
Money lo Loan On Improved Real Estate
|K( MortanKCH Ht H per cent.
PH, 100���Eight roomed house and three
lots in good position, close to
the train line. Also stable for
three lenmfl. Terms, $1,000
cash, balance straight mortgage
at 8 per cent.
$850��� Four roomed house and lot on
Mill sticet. Lot planted with
fruit trees.
$050-Four roomed house and lot on
Gore Btreet.
$8 00���Four roomed house, Hume Addition, close in.
$'11 00���Seven roomed house, modern
improvement, corner of Stanley
und Mines road.
$:;0 50���Furnished cottage on Victoria
stre. t weBt.
Y. O. GREEK        F. 8. OLEMENTD
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Cor. Kootenay & Victoria Sts. Nelson
P. O. Box 145 Telephone 283
If there is anything you require, ami
tor  it  in    b�� column  cf the Miner
Stoves and
Ranges . .
Wo are thowing this season a full
line of these goods nud solicit your
esteemed patrounne.
Lawrence Hardware
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Do    you   want   anything-   to   complete
furnishing' your
Parlor, Dining Room,  Bed  Room, Library,
Kitchen ?   If so it will be
at the stock of
J. 6. BUNYflN & 60.
West Kootenay Butcher Co,
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.  C.   TRAVES.  Manager.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nflson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
l(Hbc 1Ro$al Bank ot Canafra"
Capital Authorised,
Incorporated 1869.
DW.ooe.ooo.oo I Capital Puld-up.    ,   .    .     ��'.\<H>o,ti'iti.ixi
Kent, i��i,1ihi,ikii'.iiii
Board of Director*     rhomas E. Kenny. President',   Thomas Kitmhle, Vloe I'reBident
Wile? Smith. U. G. llauld, Hon. David MaoKeen.
Bead Olllee, Halifax 1
Oeneral Manager, Kdson U. Pease, Montreal.  .
Superintendent of Branches, and Secretary, W. a Torr&noe, Halifax.
Ilr��m lies I
Hrldgowuter, ttuysboro. Londonderry. Ln
unburn. Maltland (Hunts Co.), l'ictou. Port
Hnwkoiiliuri, Sydney. Shnbenacadle.Truro,
Weymouth.       ,
Hew    Brunswick ��� Bathnrst,     Dorchester,
Fredorlcton, Kingston (Kent Co.), Mono-
ton, Newcastle, SaokviUe, St, J ohu.Woodstoolf
P. B. Island���Charlottebown, Suriiinorsido.
Nova   Scotia-Halifax   Branch,   Antlgoul-I-    Quebec-Montreal,   (City    . .
West End (Cor. Notre Dame and Belit-
nours strcotsi; Weatmonnt (Cor. Greoue
Avenue and St. Catharlnoa Street,
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cnba. West Indies��� Havana.
Halted Mates-New York (16 Kxohanjte Flam
Republic, Wash.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,
Vancouver East End, Victoria.
_ Correspondents I
Canada���Merchants Bank of Canada.   Boston-National Shawmut Bank.
Trust and Savings Bank.   San Francisco���First National Bank.   London,
.Scotland.   Paris, France���Credit Lyonnain.   Bermuda���Bank ot Rermuda.
pan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.    Spokane���Old National Hank.
Qeneral Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills ol Exchange  tWugli
and Sold, Lstters 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.
Kns>-Uiuik of
China aud It-
O01110 and see our
lurge stock of
Fine Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums, Pictuies.
and everything lo miike a home Mm-
lorbable. Our prices Bre right. Unrisf
mas goods tiriiviug duily.
& GO.
i MTarland&BrooKman i
We have just opened a line of p
_\  China Hall
Very unique in design.
Baker Street
West Transfer Co.
Goal and Wood
Best  Fir and Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Office on  Baker Street Tel
Notice is hereby given that I intend
to   apply   at the   next  sittings ol l'��
Board of   License   Commissioners w
tho City  of Nelson for the  transfer 01
toe retail liquor license now new",
me for the premises knonn as tlio 1 '
perial   Hotel   foimerlv   known Ml���
Silver King Hotel,    situate   oil   low
and 8 in block 10, sub division of    '
AS, Oroup 1, West  Kootenay  ��ls/'!,,'.
Baker   street   in the said City 01 ��
son to Joseph Harwood.NAisMlTI)
W tiiess:   P. McColl. NELSON  DAILY   MINER. LECEMBER.iS,  igoi
We have just opened up a fine assortment. Secure a pair and be
ready for tonight.
Manufacturers ofBEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Underground Haulier
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E- CROASDAILE Agent Nelson-
The Canadian Bank of Commerce I
With Which la Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up   Capital,   J8,000,000;    Reserve   Fund,   ��2,000,000j
Aggregate  Resources Over 865,000,000.
HON. GKO. A. OOX, President.      B. E. WALKER, Meneral Manager.
London Office: 60 Lombard Street, E. C.
New York Olliee; 16 Exchange Place.
And 68 branches in Canada and tne United States, including!
OitANimoOK        Kamloops Nkw Westminster   Vancouver
Fernie Nanaimo Kosslanu Victoria
YUKON DISTRICT-Dawson and WniTK Horse.
UNfTKI) STATES���New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, 8kaoway,
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Reoeived and Interest Allowed.  Present ltate 3 Per Oent
Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager. 1
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
*   *~a*     ��� ���   __________     ���*~l    ���z*
Branoh Markets in Bossland, Trail, Nelson, Kasle
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to �����* brunch will have careful and nronwt attention.
Spokane Falls &
Northern 8'v,
Nelson A Fort
Sheppard R'v
Red Mountain R'v.
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
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 DAT TRAIN Arriv*
9-" a.m Spokane 7:15 p.ir
1 ��� :-'���> P- m Rossi unci 4:3u p. r_
10:30 a.m Mountain 5-SO p. m
��:10 a.m Nelson 6:45 p.m
H. A. JACKSON, Q. P. tt T.A. .
Spokane   Waal.
Agent, Nelson. P.C
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Shortcut and qnloKest route to rho east and all
Points on Jie 0. tt. ft N. nnd Northorn 1'a
"Ho Hallways ln Waihlnif^ii, Oregon ana
^outhorn Stat* a.
Time Card Effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry.
WM p.m. Ar.
Ar. 4:00 p. m
Lv. 1:16 p. ni
Int Nav- & Trading Oo-
Nolson Ar. 11:00 a. n
Kaslo Lv. 7:00 a. n
Cnnnootlng at Five Mile Point with Nelson
Ho       ",,10?PRrd Railway both to and (rom
��:W 1>. m. Ar.
Ticket* sold to all parts In United State* and
Unada via Great Northern and 0. R. ft N.
00, h lines.
ii.?00"',,���H.team8hlP tfokets and rfttoa via all
niios will bofurnlMriod on application,
for rurther particulars call on or addreoa
_ ����ti��irer. Kaslo fl, 0
1 mmnuiiv Agent Nelson a tt
{     MfNING NEWS.     '
The shareholders of the Oomleuougli
Mines, limited, have jnst received a
veiy welcome Christmas box in a
dividend cheque (or one cent per share
on their holdirgs. The mine is doing
well and the circular accompanying
the cheque contains Ihe intimation
that a similar dividend will be paid
on January 15tb, 1902.
At the record oflice the following
records were entered yesterday . Locations, Klondyke, about one mile up
Wild Ilurse creek, near Ymir, by E.
l'eters; Oie Mountain, on Ore monn-
tuin, about 1.1 miles s. ullicast from
Salmo, by W. McArthur: Ore Ben,
adjoining the Ore Mountain, by John
II. Benson. The transfer of a one-half
interest ic the Elko mineral claim
from Arthur M. Bouillon to John
Svoboda and S. Marshall was entered,
the consideration being $200.
A large quantity of supplies was
shipped to the Molly (iibson mine yesterday by the steamer Nelson. This
pronerty is now looking in excellent
shape and about 000 tons of ore is said
to be on the dump awaiting shipment
to the smelter, to which several consignments have already been sent
The lack of snow preventing sleighing has interfered with the transpor-
alion facilities of the mine as it is
necessary to transfer ore and supplies
to wagons at about three miles from
the lake, and haul it to the landing.
With the advent of more snow tlie
shipments will increase at once, and
can be hauled direct from the foot of
the tramway to- the lake, thus effecting a considerable saving in time and
handling. Last year about 800 tons
of ore was mined during the season
but the record for the present year
promises to be raised considerably
although the time in which mining
has been carried on has been short.
The ore is chiefly galena ot ralher a
low grade as regards lead, but carrying good silver values of about ten
ounces to the per cent, of lead. The
outlook for the mine during the com-
ing year is very bright and before
long it will probably be a large and
steady shipper.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls und Northern Railway,
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Ohicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:15 &-m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 840 pm.
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
hound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North West
andNorth Land of theNorthern Steamship Oompany Line, operated in connection witb the Oreat Northern Hallway.
For further information, aps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Hy., Kaslo Sc Slocau
Ry., Koote] ai Kail way Sc Navigation
Oo , or to
Oity Pass, and Tkt   Agt, W 7()1  VV,
Riverside Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TAUJiAIJUKY, Local Agent,
N-laon.B 0.
obtained in all onuntries
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full oarticulars.
brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Poller.
Vmlrnna    P.  U
Editor Miner���Without entering
into ary controversy regarding any of
the money bylaws now befcre the
people of Nelson, as secretary of the
school board, I wish to remind the
electors that in 1902 and every subsequent year the city will be obliged to
raise a considerable sum of money for
school purposes. As nearly as it is
now possible to estimate, the government school grant to Nelson in 1902
will be 84,100, while for salaries, fuel
and sundry expenses betweeu 88,000
and $9,000 will be required, thus leaving a balance of about 84,000 to be
raised by taxation.
Secretary School Board.
Tako I-axulivo Promo Qulnfno Tablets. All
ilruvKtelH refund tho money if It ("nils to cure,
10. W. Grove's isignaturo in on each box.   25c.
Rossland, Dec. 17.���Tbe gambling
outfit from the states whioh came in
here last week were up before the
police magistrate this morning.
Eight ot them were fined $10 a piece,
and the keeper $50, making a holiday
gift of $130 in all to tbe oity's funds.
The police outfit say they knew of the
game on Friday last, and knew that
it was run wide-open on Saturday,
Sunday and yesterday. The game is
now closed and the roulette ball will
roll no longer���at least foi tlie
Thc Rossland rink management has
decided to open the rink for skaters
tomorrow, (Wednesday), evening.
Rossland, Dee. 17.���His Lordship
Ilisbop Dontcnwill, of New Westminster, arrived in town at noon
today. The bishop paid a visit to the
Sillers' hospital this afternoon, nnd
he attended at the performance of
"Confusion, " at the opera house tli is
evening, where he made a short
Twelve years sgo J. W. Sullivan  of
Harford,    Conn.,   scratched   his   leg
with a rusty wire.    Inflammation and
blood poisoning set in    For two years
he suffered Intensely.     Then the best,
doctors   urged amputation, "but," he
writes, "I   need one bottle of ElcctiicJ
Hitters  audi 1-2 boxes  of  BuekleD'sj
Arnica Salve and my   leg   was   sound I
and well as   ever."     fur   Eruptions, i
Kczcma,   Tetter,   Salt   Rheum, Sores
and all blood disorders   Electric    Bit-
t.'i's has no rival on earth.    Try them.
Canada Drug and Hook Co.   will guarantee   satisfaction or   refund   money. '
Only SO cents.
it yon have a fancy to try Upton's
Delicious Tea ask your grocer to please
not tell you tbat he has something
just as good, for you are tired of that
talk and you have an idea of yonr
WE are too busy to prepare a specialized
add today. We have disposed of our
business in Greenwood, stopped all goods in
transit to Greenwood, and taking delivery of
them here.   Today we open 9 Cases of
Geo. A. Slater's Fine
50 Suits of Imported
Black Worsteds,
Three Cases of Hats.
These go at Sale Prices; not One Dollar of
Old Bankrupt Stock in this Store. All New,
Fresh and Up-to-Date.
In our feeble attempt in our Opening Announcement to impress the fact that our Great
Sale is Real ahd Genuine, wc appear to have
revived a dream in the mind of a heretofore
unknown competitor; to have as it were,
stepped unintentionally on a puff ball. We
are sorry, but people now-a-days arc not interested in has-been's or going-to-be's. They
want an Iser and Stayer: Judging from the
business of the last few days, our friends and
customers know that our Sale is as represented.
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures.
10, 20, 25, 30, 40 and 50
Men's Si Boys' Outfitters.
They Pmt Prealdeat Van llur.-u Ia a
Dilemma, and Congress Finally
llnd to Take a llmxl In tlic Aliiiir.
tome Hnndaouic Present*.
'On the seventh day of the mouth of
Behawwal, in the year 1H54 of the befiri
���which is the Arabian way of writiaf
Dec. 2D, 1831)���the sultan of Oman,
whose name was Kcyyid Snood, Bin Bui-
tun Biu Ahmed, addressed a gracious letter to "His Excellency Martin Van Bu-
ren, President of the United Sliiten of
North America," in which he informed
the president lhat he bad sent him by the
royal ship Sultiniec a few trifles as a
token of friendship and good feeling.
These trifles consisted of two Arabiun
horses aud their groom, one botlle of
uttnr of rose, two pieces of gold, five
demijohns of rosewoter, one Persian
carpet, one gold ornament with a silk
tassel, four camel's hair shawls, one gold
mounted sword, two largo pearls, one
string of 1B0 pearls, oue gold pluto, on*
buttle of diamonds, oue gold snuff hoi
studded with precious stones and one
box of mixed pearls and diamonds.
The ship with its precious cargo arrived in New York on the 2d of May.
nud the president was at once notified,
tluder the constitution the president has
not the right to accept a personal gift
from any foreign state or power, and
consequently Mr. Van Bureu was iu a
dilemma. lie referred the matter to the
secretary of state, aud the secretary of
state wrote to the agents of the vessel in
New York, and they, in turn, informed
the commander of the ship that the president was without authority tu accept the
gifts. But the commander was not willing to carry the presents hack to bis
royal master, for the sultan had a way of
cutting off the heads of his messengers
if they failed to deliver his presents. So
he politely hut firmly insisted that they
should be accepted.
l-'eariug thnt this might give rise to unpleasant complications, the president
finally decided to refer the question to
congress as a last resort. Accordingly, on
May 21 he nddressed a communication tn
the senate Belting forth thu difficulty' hu
was in and asking thnt some action
might be taken. The matter was duly
considered hy congress, and nt the eud of
two mouths' deliberation it passed a resolution authorising the president to accept
the gifts in the uame of the United
States government and to dispose of
such as could not conveuiently be stored
iu the state department. After three
months of correspondence, red tape, diplomacy and legislation the sultan's
Christmas presents were finally accepted,
and then the president was put to tho
trouble ot selling the horses, the shawls
and the rosewater, while Uncle Sam
was given the further trouble of finding
a suitable place lo store the remaining
gifts and was afterward put to great
expense in capturing tho thief who carried off thc entire collection in a bag
and was only caught after a long chase.
This is not Ihe only time that Uncle
Sam has got himself into trouble by his
popularity. Por many years our consuls
and ministers in Asia and Africa had a
hard time trying to convince emperors,
sultans and kings that it was against the
laws of our couutry for them to accept
the presents which these sovereigns insisted upon offering them to show how
much they thought of Uncle Bam. Many
of these offerings consisted of animals-
horses, elephants, tigers and the like���
aud our representatives had no end of
trouble iu finding accommodations for
such unwieldly and ferocious gifts, which
are ofttimes forced upon them in spite of
their protests.
Of course, Unci* Sam hns received
many presents whieh he has been very
glad to accept as tokens of friendship
nud good will on the part of foreign governments. These gifts embrace a wide
variety of objects, from I plain whale's
tooth���presented by the king ot the Fiji
Islands���to  costly  ornaments,   handsome
?ieces of furniture and rare paintings.
'1% first gift received by the American
government wns two paintings, oil portraits of Louis XVI and atari* Antoinette, presented hy the king und quean
themselves soon after thu clos* of our
Revolutionary war.
Unci* Sam has been particularly fortunate lu tbe matter of vases. The
French government's regard fur Unci*
Bam is embodied In snuie beautiful
Bevies vshch of the highest artistic beauty and very valuable. Among the most
noteworthy are the two French Limoges
vases In the Nntlonul museum. They
are each over eight feet iu height, one
decorated with emblems of war nnd the
oilier with symbols of peace. Their total
cash value���if we may be allowed to
place a money valuation on a gift���Is
Another vase that should not be overlooked Is lhe on* awarded hy the emperor of Germany to this country as first
prlr.0 at the Berlin Fishery exposition in
1SS0. It Is mad* of silver, gold and
glass, tludiled with Jewels nnd Is uf exquisite design and workmanship.
On the outside of the Nutlonnl museum, as though deserving of no better
accommodation, is n huge stone sarcophagus, or coffin, which wns presented
by the admiring people of Syrln to President Jackson. "Old Hickory" did not
appreciate Iho gift and swore that h*
would not be buried in it. It Is, therefore, not looked upon with much favor
except by tourists, who have up to this
time chipped off more than ten pound* of
it as mementos.
Next to vases Uncle Sum is specially
rich In swords���swords of all kinds, most
of them handsome and costly���Hint have
been presented by various foreign governments or their representative*. Medals, too, are a common form of gift. The
sultan of Turkey showed his good will by
sending us a medal In commemoration of
the four hundredth anniversary of the
discovery Of America. It is an exquisite
enmoo In a case of gold studded with
Of course every one Is familiar with
the two great statues presented by the
people of Prance to the people of America���the statue of Liberty, which stands
at the entrance to the harbor of New
York, nnd the Lafayette statue, which
adorns the beautiful park in Washington
opposite the White House und hns th*
distinction of being the only official monument to n foreigner lu Ihe national capital.
Mention might be ininle of inntiy oth*r
gl 'tn received by Unci* Sam from his
foreign brethren, hut those already ciled
will serve tu show by their number and
liy their variety how great and how
widespread is the esteem lu which out
���ouatrr I* held. -Ladles' Hum* Journal.
���till tird In New KnBland and la
Demand by collector*.
"There are mor* old fashioned clock*
around than people would think," says
an Augusta man who makes a specialty
of repairing them. "Most of those with
tbe wooden works ar* of American make,
I think. It must have been expensive to
import the clocks with brass movements
in those early days, and the ingenious
Yankees set to work to make their own
clocks from wood. Moat of them ar*
made from the apple tree and with only
a brass scape wheel and iron wires. They
are not so different from the clocks made
uowaduye. un. they can be repaired and
Will really keep excellent time.
"The principal thing to do in repairing
them ia to put new teeth in th* wooden
wheels wher* they have been worn or
been broken off. These ar* dovetniled in
aud then filed Into shape, and th* clock is
as good as new. Then, again, the holes
In the wooden backs ar* worn, and brass
bushings are put in.
"Most of the old clocks are eight day
clocks, and they are frequently less trouble to put in order than the modern
clocks. It is the pencrulum which regulates th* movement of th* cluck, and
those long, heavy pendulums ar* less affected hy jars than shorter ones. Being
large, particularly those with the grandfather movement, as w* call that ot th*
large clocks, they arc more apt to be stationary.
"Most of the clock* brought to me ar*
from 50 t* 100 years old, thuugi, unfortunately, they ar* not dated. I law on*
the other day that was known to lie 300
years old, but that was an imported clock.
Last year I repaired about 40 old clicks.
"There is always a demand in the market for th* old clocks, and I know nost
of thos* that are to be found are genuine.
One would b* more apt to find th* works
genuine than th* case. They may be In
good condition when /he cas* has been
battered aud broken to pieces. It would
hardly pay to mult* new clocks to sell as
old ones. There is not a large number
ot them sold, and * man may hold clocks
for a year or so and then sell several.
When you come to think of It, it is not ��o
strange that there are so many genuine
old clocks to be found. If in the early
days each family had one, that wonld
make a good stock for th* people who
care for th*m.
"Dealers travel sH over the country
here and everywhere abroad, picking up
old fashioned furniture. They visit the
old junk stores, pick up things for a song,
bring them over here, have them repaired
and sell them for big prices."���Kennebec
One of I'ncle Sntna Old Warrant Offl-
cera llelatea an Incident to Show
How Wide Awake They Can De
When the Occaalon Demands It.
Corpoiation of the Oity of
BY-LAW NO.   102
A By-law to rd��e IIS'UIOO to extend tho City's
Klectric Light System.
Malt*   Prlaoaera   at   Themselves   hy
Crawling Into I.lve Oysters.
An oyster shuckor found in the shell of
a bivalve what he called a baby crab.
"That's the first on* of that kind I ever
found in a Long Island oyster," said th*
old shiieker, "and I'v* been shucking
along th* sound for 20 years. But such
crabs are frequently found io Virginia
oyster shells and ar* considered great
delicacies when you get enough of them.
Last summer I was shucking while on a
visit to Virginia, and I found enough
baby crabs iu oyster shells to fill an
ordinary site coffeepot. A young woman
saw tbem and clapped her hand* at th*
sight. She asked m* what I would take
for them, and I said $2 without thinking.
Sho took m* up quicker than a mice, and
off she ran with them a* if she had
drawn a prize."
"Why do th*y go Into oyster shells?"
"I don't know. I asked an old Virginia
shiieker that same question, and h* said
lt was because they wera lonesome and
went in for company. But I don't believe It. That would mean that canbs
think, and we know they don't. Neither
doe* a lobster. I think th* biggest fool
ln water is a lobster. I suppose you
know how we catch lobsters in th*
sound? Take a box, bor* holes in th*
sides of lt snd slak it. Put out your
buoy so you'll know wher* to find th*
box. L*by* the box sunk all nlfht and
go nut th* next morning, haul It up, and
you've got a box full of lobster*. And
the funny thing about It la that they go
into the holes backward. Even people
will put thair heads lata holes wher*
they ar* looking, but it tikes a lobster
to back iate a hoi*, snd they keep on
doing It. Fisk ar* smart. You have to
play with th*m to bite. But lobsters,
they back right Into your arm*. Biggaat
toola that llv*."
ComlasT aa Later.
Bom* years ago Sir Henry Irving was
called oa, in Dublin, to play a heavy part
to which he waa not accuBtonicd. One of
th* actor* had aot turned up, and there
was a vacancy. Irving had to com* on
early In the first act.
Now, the Dublin gallery boy I* an institution In himself. There Is nothing Ilk*
him anywhere.
Conversations between young fellow*
across from one aid* of the gallery to th*
other are spoken In loud tone* aud in the
distinct hearing of thc actor*.
Irving Is, as everybody knows, v��ry
thin, and when he appeared with * atrlde,
which la ou* of thc most characteristic
things about him, oue of these gallery
hoys shouted across to another:
"1'iiix, au is that him?"
"No," wns the reply; "them I* th*
young man's clothes. They'll shove him
out later ou!"���Sparc Moment*.
A Curious mpttanh.
One of tha moat curious epltapha In
America Is on s gravestone In Burial
IIHI, Cliarlestowu, Muss, It Is *s follows:
"Here lyes Interred ye Body of Mr*.
Kllsnbelh Phillips Wlf* to Mr Klraxer
Phillips who was Born In Westminster
In Great licittiiiti. & Commissioned by
John Lord Bishop of London ln ye Year
1718 to y�� Office of a midwife & cam* to
this Country ia y* Year 1710 & by y*
Blessing of (lod h*s Brought Into this
world nhoT. 1,10000 Children. Died May
Oth, 1701. Aged 70 Yesra."
artta as Grass.
Employer���For lunch you will bar* 80
O'Toolc���And how will Ol at* thim,
Employer���Knt what?
O'Toole���Th' t'lrty m In net*.���Chicago
"Whenever you hear a man employ
the expression 'Tell that to the marines,'
with an intonation that attempta to picture the sea soldier as the most gullible
of human propositions, in uniform or out
of It, you may safely conclude that that
man doesn't know what he is talking
about," snid a warrant officer of the navy
who served for many years as a mnster
at arms. When I was a Jimmy Legs, as
the bluejackets call a ship's master at
arms, I came very close to losing the rating badge off my sleeve and the brass
buttons off my blouse through the foxl-
npss of a puir of marines on board my
"One of the best sea soldiers I wa*
ever shipmate with was an Irishman-
call him Jim Corrignn���who hnd the corporal's chevrons when he joined the ship
I wns the Legs of. He came aboard at
the Mare Island navy yard befoie wc
pulled up our mud hook for a cruise dowu
th* west coast of Mexico and Central
ard South America. He was a rattling
gi od soldier, a clean, spick nnd span man
who had in his ditty box a degree that
he had taken at the University ot Dublin. He bad but one apparent fault���
thc one that doubtless worked him into
a tovernmeut Btrnight uniform as a soldier of the Bca���which was an abiding
low for hot nnd rebellious liquorB. He
ke| t this rum passion down while on
board ship, but whenever he 'hit the
beieh' he drank five glasses ot liquor tf.
tht one glass tossed off by any of hiB
compantous, marines or soldier*.
"From a quiet, reserved man he
changed into a fighting maniac when
drunk. Corrigan didn't go ashore from
the time he joined the ship until we
pulled into the harbor of Acnpulco. Then
he weat over the side, and within 20
minutes after he put his foot on the
bench he was fighting drunk on mescal
and knocking dowu UreaBers In sets of
fours. He didn't show up aboard for
four days, breaking his liberty three
days. He wns still drunk and ugly when
he reported himself to the officer ot the
deck. The officer of the deck said to
him. 'Well, Corrignn, you've mnde a mess
of it this time���three days overdue aud
still in your potations.' And Corrigan
made for him.
"It means death in some of the world's
navies even in time ot peace for an enlisted man to raise his hand to an officer,
hut the punishment is a hit less severe in
our outfit. Corrigan was beaten down
and overcome after a terrific struggle.
He was put in double Irons in the brig,
and general court martial charges were
immediately preferred against him. He
was to be shipped up to Mare Island,
with an escort, on one of the up going
Panama boats, for his general court martial, and the least he could expect was
dishonorable discharge and three years
at the smallest calculation at hard labor
iu the Mare Island naval prison. There
wasn't to be a boat up bound for San
Francisco for ten days or so, aud we
were booked to remain at AcapUlco for a
couple of weeks.
"Corrigan was quiet and incidentally
pretty sore in more ways than one when
he came out of his mescal trance. Inasmuch as the temperature of the brig was
about 120 degrees and thn steamer would
not be along for ten days, he was given
the liberty of the ship during the day
and only confined in tbe brig after 'pipe
down.' The top sergeant of tbe marine
guard nnd myself were ordered to watch
him closely to see that he didn't go over
tbe side.
"Corrigan'a only chum and confidant
aboard waB another marine, also an
Irishman���call him Mike Oallngher���
who, like Mulvauey, had often been 're
jooced' from the corporal's rate. He waa
then a private. Corrigau and Oallngher
were noticed to have their heads together
a good deal while the former was waiting for the steamer to come along and
tako him up to the navy yard for trial,
but I didn't suspect anythlug.
"One afternoon Gallagher 'put In' for
liberty. Liberty parties used to leave
the ship In that port shortly before 8
o'clock In tbe evening. On the afternoon
before Gallagher put his nnme down for
liberty a young ensign had joined the
ship, arriving on a south bound Panama
boat. When the new ensign, who was
the officer of the deck, started to call off
the names of the men In the liberty party, among the first wns thnt of Michael
Gallagher. When Gallagher's name was
called off, Jim Corrigan, spick and span
in his best uniform, stepped forward, saluted, said 'Here, sir,' and walked down
the ladder to the launch. The ensign
didn't know his face from Gallagher'*,
having just joined the ship the day before. The 18 men In the liberty party
knew, though, and the nudaeity of Cor-
rigun's move stunned them. They understood It instantly, however, and It wasn't
up to thorn to say anything.
"The liberty party was checked off on
the book, and away went the cutter to
the shore, Corrigau sitting In the stern
sheets as cool ss a cucumber. The other
men In tbe cutter dldu't say anything to
him. Men-o'-war's men are not talkative under such circumstances. Corrigan
stepped off the cutter, made straight for
a place where he knew he could hire *
horse, and within half an hour after he
left the ship he was striking into the interior for the railroad. He had $300 in
gold, thc savings of a former enlistment,
along with him. He has never been heard
of since.
"When the liberty party left the ship,
Gallagher was hiding under a tarpaulin
on the to'gallant fo'c'sle. When darkness fell witb tropical suddenness, be let
himself down the anchor chains, into
ashore, and the next morning he returned
with his liberty party, clean and sober.
] had missed Corrigan when I hunted for
him at 'pipe down' to put him In the brig
for the night. I was responsible for him,
but 1 never suspected how the trick had
been turned until thc day Gallagher was
paid off, when he told mc about It In a
burst ot rummy confidence. I never
'peached,' although the job came within
nn ace of getting me 'busted' to thc rate
of an ordinary seaman." ��� Washington
WHEREAS a petition signed by the owner
cf at least one-lenth (MO) ot thn valuo of lho
roal property in the Cily of Nelson, as shown
by the lust revised assessment roll.hao been presented lo the Municipal Council of tho Corporation of tho city of Nelson, requesting tho said Council to introduce a
bv-lnw to raiso the ��um of ono hundred and fifty thousand dollars (S150.00O! for improving und adding to die electric lisht ing system .tlic prupert> of I ho said Citj 1 by enlarging
and udding to tlio p'tiutof thc said system, Uy
ncuuiring more water to opurate said plant uud
by purchasing water rights und land necessary
for utilizing the said wnter rights nnd power
forsuco ssfully operating salt oloctric lighting
system und distributing P'.wor therefrom.
AND WHEREAS it Is doemed expedient to
borrow the said sum of one hundred and lifty
thousand dollars 0)15u,000lfor I he pnrposo aforesaid.
AND WHEREAS Iho whole amount of tho
nil cable real properly of tho said City of Nelson, ucnordirns to tlie lust revised assessment
roll is *2,:i30,H70.
AND w llEitEAS It will bo neoawary l*> raise
with the legal holder or���holders thereof or any
part thereof, either at the tune of sale or any
subsequent time or times, arid all debentures
so repurchased shall forthwith becanoellcdand
destroyed, and no rols��uo of debentures so repurchased shull be made in consequence of
"^TnffbttefthaU take effect on or after
tin' *>itIi day of December, 1901,
9 This bylaw niiir bo cited for al .purposes
as the "High School Loan Bylaw 1!KH.
Done ami possei in Conncil assembled this
day of lt��l
TAKE NOTICE that tho above tea true
copy of the proposed ,r7��^��Jffl1*M'* iSf
vote ofthe Municipality will be taken on Frt
day. the 911th day rf Docembei"'slant bet.weon
the hours of 8 o'c ock A. M. and 1oo.ock V. M.
or the East ward at the City Fo hoe Court, on
he east sido os Josephine Street and for the
Westward at th. ofocenf Ward Brothers on
the north side of Buker street between Stanley
mid Kootcuay streets ta the, .11->; of Nolson.
Clerk of thc Oouncil
Nelson. B. C. December 6th. 19C1
annually by rate tho sum of sjf2.637.3i for pay-
InK tlie said debt and Intorest I hereon,
NOW .THEREFOB E, tbe Municipal Council
of the Corporutio.i of tho tlty of Nelson, in
Council assembled enacts as fo'lowe :
1. It shall und mny bo luwful for the mayor
of lho Corporal ioii of the City of Nolson to borrow upon tho credit of the snid Corpoiation by
way of the deuun uros hereinafter menu mod.
from uny person or persons, body or bodies corpora* e, who may be willing to advance the
saino as u loan, �� sum of monoy not oxceodli g
one hundred and fifty thousand dollars tsl50,-
000) und to cause all suoh sums- o raised or received to be pnid into tho bunds of tho treasurer of lho s iid Corporation for tho purpose and
with the object hereinbefore rocitca.
2, It shnll bo lawful for the Mayor of the
said Corporation to cause uny number of debentures to bo mudo, executed und issued for
such sum or sums us may be required for the
purposo und object aforesaid, uot exceeding,
nowover, the sum of ono hundred and fifty
thousand dollars * 190,000): ouch of the said debentures being of tlio denomination of one
thousand dollars (11,000). and all such debentures shall be sealed wilh the seal of tho Corporation nnd signed by the Muyor thereof.
3 Tho sild debentures shah hour dare the
tlreldoyof February A. D., 1009, and shull be
made pnvablo in twenty yoars from snid dato.
In luwful monoy of Canada, at tho office of tho
Rank of Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, whioh
ssidpliceof payment shnll be designated by
the said debentures, and shall hnvo attached
��� o them coupons for tlio payment of interest
ind tho signatures to thc inter, st coupons may
bo either writton, htaniped, printed or lithographed
i Tho said debentures shall boar ir.torest at
the rule of ilvo per rem run per annum from the
data thereof, which interest shall bo payablo
semi-annually ut said office of of tho Bunk of
Montroal in Nelson aforesaid; in lawf'il money
of Canada, on Iho first day of Augu-t and tho
llrst day r.f February r spectively, in each year
during tho currency thereof, nnd it shall be ex-
nrossod in suid debentures und coupons to bo so
5 It shall be lawful for tho Mayor of the said
Corporation to negotiate and sell tho said debentures or uny of them for not leas than par;
Including the cost of negotiating und salo, brokerage aud nil other incidental expenses.
li There shall bo raised nnd loviod iu each
yearduring lho curreirsy of s.id dobontures
the sum of��7,600 for tho paymont of interest
and tho sum of *5,037.IW for tho pavnicut of said
dobenturos by a rule sulllcient therofnr on all
tlio rntcublo reul preporty ln the suid Municipality: . ,    ,
7 it shall be lawful for tho said Municipal
Council to re-purchase uny of the snid dobon
turcs upon such terms a- may bo agreed upon
wilh the legal holder or holders thereof, or uny
part Ihoruof. eithorat Iho time of sale or any
subsoquet t time or ttnies, and till debentures
;o re-purchus-ed shall forthwith be cancelled
and destroyed nnd no rc-issuoof debentures eo
I'o-purohused shall be mado in consequence of
such repurchase .    ���  ,
8 Thi1- bylaw shall tako effect on tho 21tli
day of December A. D., 1001.
0 Tbls byluw may bo cited for all purposes
as tho "City of Nelson Electric Light Extension
Bylaw No. 102."
Dono and passed in Council assembled this
dny of A D., lOOi.
Corporation or the Oity of
BYLaW  NO.  104
A bylaw to ratee 15.000.01 for an Isolation
WHEREAS a petition signed by the owners
of at least one tenth .1101 ofthe valuo of the
real property of the City of Nelson as Bhown
by tho lost rovboa assessment roll has boen
presented to the Municip il Council of the Corpora'ion of thc Cily of Nolson requesting the
said Council to introduce a bylaw to raise the
sum of $5,000.00 fbr tlic purpose of building,
equipping and furnishing an isolation hospital
��� i the sulci City of Nolson.
AND WHEREAS It is deemed oxpedlent to
 .L _ .._ij ...._ _ as isiwi nn *..��-1 lis, mirnosc
TAKE NOTICE that the above Is u true copy
of tho proposed by-luw upon which the voto of
tho Municipality will bo taken on f'riday the
20th day of Dccumber Instant botwoon the
hourH of 8 o'clock A. M. nnd 4 o'clock P.M..
for tho East Ward at the City Police Court on
iho east sido of Josephine Street und for the
A'ost Ward at theolllco of Ward Rrothors on
tho norih side of Baker stroot bctwoon Stunloy
uid Kootenay stroots In tho City of Nelson.
Clerk of the Council.
Nelson. .  fl���
December Ml h.l'JOl.I
Corporation of the City of
BYLAW NO-   103
A Bylaw to rare 810,000 to Fulld. Equip nnd
furnish u High school Building.
A mnn who wa* sure to dl* ��� death at
torture in ten yoora would think more ef
the most trilling gratification or calamity *f U�� day than of hi* tors fleih ind
twisted nerves years hence.-Sydney
Whoroas a petitionslgnod by tho owners of
ut least onotenth tl-10) of tho vnluo of tlio real
property of thn city of Nelson as shown by the
ust ro\ ised nssoxsmonl roll, has buon presented
to tho Municipal Council nf lhe Cor< oration of
the City of Nelson, requesting tho suid Council
to Introduce a byUw to raiso tlio sum of Slo,-
iiitl) for thu purpose of building, oqulpping un >i
furnishing n high school building iu the said
City of Nelson.
AND WHEREAS it is deemed oxfcdlont to
borrow tho said susn of 110,000 for tho purposo aforesaid.
AND Whoroas thi whole amount of tho rate-
ibis real property of tho said city of Nolsoa according to lho last ruvlsol nssossniout roll Id
��2 xm.'.ro.oo.
AND WHEREAS It will bo necessary to
raise annually bv rale tho sum of $835.82 for
paying the said do- tand Interost,
NOW THEREFORE tho Municipal Counoil
of the Corporation of llu C ty of Nelson enacts
\s follows:
1 It shall and maybe lawful for tho Mayor
of tbo Corporation of the City of Nolson to borrow, nil ii the crudltof tho said Corporation by
way ofthe dobonturos hui'uli.uftor montlonod.
from uny porsun or pursons, body or bodies
rni'poi-ulu, who may be willing to advance the
iiuuo us a loan, n sum of money not exceeding
In lho wliule, lho sum of $10,000 nud lo cause
all such suinssoralso'l or recu vod to he paid
Into thu hands of tho Treasurer of thn said Corporation, fur the p"rpuso and with the objeot
iierelahcforo recited.
2 lt shall be lawful for tho Ma-or of tho
said Corporation to cause uny number of de
boeturi's to bo mudo, oxecul.o.t and Issued for
suoh sum or sums as mny hu required for tho
purpuse and objoct nfi-rusuid, uot oxcocding,
however, the sum ef 310,000; each of tho said
dobentures being cf tho denoiulnntion of one
thousand lolhu'H lllOOOs und all such debentures
shall be soiled with tlio seal of tho Corpora-
Jon and signed by tho Muyor thoroof,
:i 'i ho -uid debentures slnll bear duto tho
first day of February, A. D. 1002, and shall bu
made payable h twenty years from tho suid
ialo ln lawful money of Cuhudu. nt the ofllco of
the llankof Montroal In Nelsonaforos ild.whloh
itln eof pay ment shnll bodeBigna-odby tli s dd
said duben: urus and shall havo attached to
thein coupons for tho payment of Intero.t and
the klfni&vurQ* to the interest coupons may bo
either written, stumped, printud or lltho-
1 Tho snid dobontures shall bear Interest at
1 ho ra'o of live per cent'inl pe iinnuin from the
dale there f, which interest shall bo p yablu
semi-annually at thu said offlcu of thu Hunk
of Montreal, In Nelson aforesaid, tn lawful
monoy ufCmnd* on tho first day ot August
u d tho llrst dny of Foiruury respectively, tn
each year d irlng tho currency thuruof, and lt
shall he exp ossuu In said debentures and cou-
wns to bo so payable.
ft lt shall bo luwful for lho Mnyr of tho
puld Cnrpiratlon to nogutlmu and ,ell tho said
debentures 01 any of thorn for not Iubs than
par: Including the cost of negotiating and sale,
Drokuragu and all othor incidental oxponsos.
It The 0 shall bu r.ilsed und levied in each
yearduring thu curronoy of said debentures
tlie sum of 1600for thu payment of intorusi and
thc sum cf 8:1115.82 for thu paymont. of sild de-
borrow tho said sum of $5,000.00 for lho purpose
* AND WHEREAS tho whole amount ofthe
rateable roal proDorty of the said City of Nelson according to tlie last rovlsod  assossmont
roAND2'w��HEItEAS it will be n*08*SMf�� to
raise annually by rut* tho Bum of $117.91 for
paying lhe said dobt and interest
NOWTHEKFOREtho Municipal Council of
ihe Corporation of tho City of Nolson enaots as
1. lt'shnll and may bo lawful for the mayor
of ihe Corporation of the Oity of Nolson to
bon ow upon the credit of the said Corpo ation
by wny of the debentures hereinafter mentioned from any person or pors mis. body or
bodies corporate, who may bo witling to
advance tlio s^mo as a loan, a sum of .monoy
not oxcoodlng in the whole the sum of $5,000.00
and to cause all such sums so nilsedor rooolvod
to be paid into tho hands of tho treusurerof tho
said corporation, for tho purposo and with tno
object horeinbtforo recltod.
2. lt shall bo lawful for tho mayor of tlio said
Corporation to cause uny number of debentures
to uo mado, executed and issued for such sum
or sums as may be roquirod for the purpose
and object uforcsaid, not exceoding howuvor
the eiliu of live thousand dollars (tS.OOO 00| ouch
of tho Bald debentures being of tho
denomination of ono thousand dollars (tl,OOOI and all suoh dobontures shall be
sealed with the Boal cf tho Corporation and
signed hy the mayor thereof.
3. Thc said dobontures shall bear date the
llrst day of February, A.D.. 1902 and shall bo
mado payablo in twenty yearn from thosald
dato in lawful money of Canada nt the Bank
of Montreal in Nolson aforesaid, which said
placoof payment shall be designated by tho
said dobonturos and shall havo attached to
ihom coupons for the paymo ,t of intorost, anil
tlio signature to tho interest coupons may bo
1. Tho said debenturos shnll bear interest nt
thn rate of tivo por cent per annum from tho
dnte thoroi f. whi' h interest shall bo payublu
sond-annuallv at said offleo of tho Bank of
Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, in lawful monoy
of Canada, ou thc flret day of August and tho
first day of February respoctlvoly In oach year
during tho curroncy thureef. and lt ahall bu
uxprossud In said dobouturcs and couponB to on
80 payablo. . ...        ,,
5. It Bhall bo lawful for tho mayor of the said
Corporation to nogotiato and soil tho said
dobenturos or any of them for not loss than
par; including tho cost of negotiating and salo,
brokerage and all othor inoidontal oxponsos.
0. There ahill bo ralsod nnd loviod Incach
yearduring tho currency of said dobenturos
lho sum of $250 for the paymont of IntorcBt and
lho sum of $10i.(ll for tho payment of lho said
dobontureBbynratosulllolent therefor on all
the nil cable real proporty ta tho said munlol-
PV It shall be lawful for tho -aid munlotpil
council to repurchase any of tlie ssdd dobentures upon such tonus as may bo agreod upon
with lho legal h .Ider or holdore thereof or any
part thereof olthor at tho tlmo of salo or uny
subsequent tmio or times; and all dubeaturos
so repurchased shall forthwith bo canoollod
and doslroj od nud no ro issue of dobonturos so
ro-purchasod shall be made ln consoquonoo of
such ro purcliaBO. _
8. This bylaw shall tako effect on tho 24th
day of Deoombor, A.D., 1901.
9. This bylaw may bu oiled for all purposes
as "Isolation Hospital Bylaw." .,..,,
Dono and passed in council assomblod this
day of A.D., 1901.
TAKE NOTICE that tho abovo Is a truo
copy of Uio proposed bylaw npon which tho
vole uf the municipality will bu takon on
Friday the 20lh day nf Dooombor Instant between tho houw ot 8 o'olock A. M. and i
o'olook P. M., for tho East Wnrd at tho City
Police Court on tho oast side of Josephine
street and for the Wost Ward at tho ofllco of
Ward Brothers ou the uorth hide of Bakor
street, botwoon Stanley and Kootonay stroots
In the City of Nelaon.
Clerk of tho Council.
Nolson, B. O.1
Docombor (ith, 1901.
ecuted and issued for snch sum or sums
as may be required forth.) purpose and
object   aforesaid,   not exeedirig, how-
ever, the Bum of 85 000;   eaoh   of   the
said debentures being of the   denomination     of   cne      thousand     dollus
(81,000) and all such debentures   si
be sealed with the Beal of the eorpi
tion and signed by the mayor there
��� B. The said   debenture*  shall  hi
date the first day of Februaty,   a. 1
1902, aud   shall   bH   made payabls    n
twenty years from the   said   dnte,   i,,
lawful money of Canada, at Mie cfflie
of   the   Bank   of Monlreal in   Nelson
aforesaid,    1   nch   said   place   of pa\
ment   shall    : designated   bv tne saio
debe 1 ureB,   .jd shall have attached lo
them   our,ins   or the   payment   of interest   and   thu   sigratures to the   interest coupons   may be either written,
stamped, printed nr lithographed.
4. The said debentures shall hear
interest at tho rate of five per cent.
per annum from the date thereof.
which interest shall be payable semi-
annually at said office of the Hank of
Montreal in Nelson afore=aid, in law-
fill money of Canada on the first day
of August, and the first dny of Febru-
ay, respectively in each year curing
tlie oorrenoy thereof, and lt shall be
expressed in said debentures and coupons to be so payable.
5. It Bball be lawful for the mover
of lhe said corporation, to negotiate
*ml sell tho said debentures or any uf
them for not less than par; including
the cost of negotiating ami sale,
brokerage and all other incidental
6. There shall be raised and levied
in each year during the currency of
said debentures the turn of 8250.00 for
the payment of interest, and the sum
of $107.91 for the payment of the said
debentures by a rate sufficient therefor on all the rateable reul properly
in the Baid municipulity.
7. It shall ba lawful ior the said
municipal Oouncil to repurchase any
of the said debentures upon socli
terms as may be agreed upon with the
legal holder or holders thereof, or any
part thoreof, either Bt the time of sale
or any subsequent timo or times; and
all debenture* so repurchased shall
forthwith be cancelled nnil destroyed
and no r4-issuo ot debentures so in-
purchased shall be made 10 consequence of such re-purchase.
8. This Bylaw shall take effect on
or after the 24th day of December,
0. This Bylaw may be cited for
all purposes as the "i'lrc Department
Equipment Bylaw."
Done and passed in Oouncil assembled this day of A,. D.
TAKE NOTICE that the above is a
true copy of the proposed byluw upon
which the vote of the Municipality
will be taken on Friday thu 30th flay
of December instant, between the
hours of eight o'clock A.M. and four
o'olock P. M.,for the East Ward at Hie
City Police Court on thu east side of
Josephine street and for the West
Ward at the office of Wnrd Brothers
on tho north side of Baiter street between Stanley and Kootenay sttcels
in the City of Nelson.
Clerk of the Council.
Nelson, B C, December (ith, 1001.
Corporation of the Oity of
Corporation of the City of
BYLAW NO.  106
Una-Hsu Ten Drinkers.
There'll be a great Odd for the nerve
specialists In England some day If the
present rate of ten drinking keeps up for
a century or ��o.   It is estimated that 080,- | benturoa by a rutu sufficient"therefor.on all lho
ism 1,1,nods ot ten mi, emiamnoil thi>e�� bt.   rateable real properly In tho said municipality.
two pounds 01 tea are consumed mere ev- |   7  u Klmn bo uwful for lho said municipal
,     ,                     ���     *ry year, which amounts to 6,200 gallons   council to repurchase any of the aaid dotal-
Previous to  1HH4 tht butts* ol suss- , ���f   tea   every   minute,   night   and  4*/    urea u ion such Urnis as uiuy bu agivvd upon
moiii was ll|hl��s b; caudles. wa!_h ns)   ... ,._. th(
OUrt tt sMIltW ifcMsuusM.  ~ Jgi
A Bylaw to  raise thc Hum   nf  85,0110
for Fire Department Purposes.
WHEREAS, a petition Binned by
tbe owners of at least one-tenth (1 -lo)
of the valne of tho real property tn
the City ot Nelson as shown by the
last revised assessment roll has been
presented to the Municipal Cjuncil of
the Corporation of the City of Nelson
requesting the said Council to introduce a bylaw to ruin- the sum ut
��� 5,0110.00 for the purpose of the more
fully equipping the tire department of
the City of Nelson iu.d installing a
tire alarm system for snoh purpose.
AND WHEREAH, lt is deemed expedient to borrow the said sum of
(5,000.00 for the purpose uforcsaid.
AND WilKliKAH, the whole amount
of tho ruteable real property of the
snid City of Nelson according to the
last revised assessment roll is
AND WIIEUl'.ASit will be necessary
to raiso annually by rutu the sum of
1117.01 for paying the said debt and
NOW THEREFORE, tho Municipal
Council of thu Corporation of thu Oity
of Nelson enacts as follows:
1, H shall and may De lawful for
the mayor of tho corporation of the
City of Nelson to borrow upon tho
credit of the said corporation, by way
of the debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any person or persons,
body or bodies corporate, who may be
willing to advance thc same as a loan
a Mivi of money not exceeding In the
whole thc sura of $5,000.00 and to
cause all such sums bo raised or received to be paid into the hands of the
treasurer of thc Bald corporation, for
the purpose nnd with ti.e object hereinbefore recited.
2. It shall be lawfnl for the mayor
of the said corporation to eviso any
number of debentures to be made, ex-
Publlo Notico Is hereby iflvon that Ihe voto
of the electors of tho municipality ot tlio City
of Nolson will bo Uikon on By-Laws Nu.lui, Ira,
101 and 1"5, belnn respectively: No 109, "A Bylaw to raise 8160,000 to extend tho 1 Ity s Klcctrio
lnrhl system;" No. 103, " A Bylnw to mm
810,000 to build, equip aud furnish 11 IhRli
School HnlldinK," Hylnw M "A Bylaw to
raiso SK00 for an Isolation Hospital! Bylaw
No. 105, "A Bylaw to raiso thc sum of WORK
Firo IJornrlmunt purposes," on t rulay. tlic ana
day of Ducumbor Instant, between tlie hours ut
8oclocku.m and!o'clock p. in.
For tho Kast Ward at thu City If lice Court
on Josephine Street and for tho Woat \U
at tho olliee ot Ward Brothers, on the 111-r
sido of Bakor Stroot,  botwoon Maulo) ami
Kootenay Btroots in tho City of Nolaon 	
"Any inalo or funutlo being of the full ugoot
twonty-ono yours who is lho assessed owner 1
land or of real proporty within tlioisi��
nicipality shall havo a vutu olthor continuing
or negativing the said By-laws In eaoh ward
which ho or sho limy bo assessed for limn or
ll8t_m**, B. 0..t'hta 1011. day of Bel
cembor, 11)01.
Certificate of Improvements
Lendor Mineral Olaim. hiturito inthe
Nelson Mining Divisiou of West ivooi-
onay District. . ,,,������(
Where looate.l On thi north banjc oi
Wild Horeo Creek about U mile" "om
the Salmon River. .  ,
TAKE NOTICE that I, Kenneth b.
Burnet, agent for William BUir, 1 ��� �����
O. No. 51,020, W. H. Dauby (tu�� B ����
for J. A. Barrett) F. M. C. No. Mill*
Charles E. DesroBiere, Y. M. U. ��"���
B51027, Eerdinund Morin, K ��{; J"
No. B56014 und Josevh Pltie, 1' B. "���
No. B61918, intend, sixty days fNmtM
date hereof, to apply to tlio Mining BJ
oordtr for a certificate of l��P">��',' ""
for the purpose of olituiumK �� wowu
Grunt ofthe above claim. .,
And further take notice thnt *tW'
under section 37, mast be ����%me����w
before the issuance of such oarllBoateoi
improvements. ..in
Dated this 21st dny of November,A.u
Certificates oi Im
Orion, Jnpitor, Orion Fr ��.'>* :'���*!
Er. Mineral Claims, situate io*6^
son Mining Division of West Kootonay
DiWhe��re looated-On Morning Mono-
acting as agent for  tbo \ enue
Mining Oompany, UmHMt. J"*J.ixW
er's Oertiflctie N>.BM,4ftS, intend tm
dnys from the date hereof, to.   W   ,
the Mining Recorder for Oertlfloittei
Improvements, for the purpose oi o
taking   Crown  Grants  ot the bw>
claims. ' ,.     ,,,���. notion,
And farther take notice that awwj
iS,".rszsrs'-s::.-�� Nelson   Daily Miner, Wednesday December 18,  1901
Medical Men Testify Widely Different
as to Disinfectants.
The almost famous case of Hall vs.
Lallan was on trial all day in the
Ijounty court yesterday before his
honor, Judge Leamy. As in the prevails trial S. 8. Taylor.K.C.,appeared
for the plaintiffs and W. A. Macdnn-
alil, K C��� instructed by P. E.
the defendant.    Much   of
the evince taken was the same as lhat sub-
initted   in   tbe   flrst   trial so that the
,e taken up with the witnesses was
It is   expected   that
was mostly
livo    qualities
miller  shorter.
,.n,l will be reached this afternoon,
evidence as in the former cases
in connection with reia-
of formaldehyde or
and sulphur as a disinfectant. Dr. Hall and Dr. Arthur gave
evidence as to the damnge done to the
office, the furniture and the instruments and a'so on the subject of disinfectants. Ui. MoLennau told of his
experience with disinfectants and he
preferred formaldehyde on aecount of
its more penetrating qualities. He
luil used it in the ease of the suspects
arriving from Spokane under direction of Dr. LaBau and Dr. Fagan Had
also been present. He considered that
the 10 per cent, preparation hung up
on sheets in a room would thoroughly
disinfect the room and would not
damage any fabric or instrument. He
had never heard of sulphur being used
where there were any such things as
Instruments in the room to be disinfected. He would not use it in any
case. He thought sulphur a sham
anil the general opinion of the medical authorities was against its use. It
was still used in Canada and in Great
Cumin but the Unitea States and the
Continent had discarded it altoge'.her.
If the Dominion authorities directed
its use he would say they were in
error. He then went into details as
to the damage done to the instruments
anil said he would not care to use
them now. ne had been advised
never to have instruments rcplated
though he knew it was done some
times.   Thc plating would not hold.
The principal part of Dr. Rose's
evidence was direoted to the results of
certain experiments he had conducted
while medical superintendent of the
Royal Victoria hospital at Montreal.
They had there put cultures of various
disease germs in small sacks within
various thicknesses of cloth, deposited
these in chambers and subjected them
to tile various disiiifectan's.
The conclusion reached from these
esuciiiiients was that formaline was
more penetrating in its effect than
sulphur, and the textile fabric was
not impaired in any way. He also
was examined as to the details of the
loss sustained through the closing of
his oflice and the interruption to his
practice through thc workmen being
there for several days making the
renovations necessary. Had formaline
been used the offices could have been
used wilhin six hours.
Ilr. Sinclair, Dominion quarantine
ntlieiT at Rossland, and a medical
practitioner there, was the flrst witness for the defendant. He had practised medicine for 35 years. He bad
always used sulphur for the reason
that he found it effective, and he
would use nothing else. The instructions of the Dominion government
were to use it. He used Bulphur in
disinfecting cars of the railwBy company; he took three pounds of sulphur to the 1,000 cubic feet of space.
He thought that course proper and
would continue to pursue it; ho would
not consider formaline for a moment.
In the cross examination Di. Sinclair stated that tlie safety of the pub
He wns the one thing to be guided by
private interests cut no figure though
he wonld of course not destroy property needlessly. If he were to have
his office disinfected he would lemove
his Instruments llrst and put them in
hot water. It was neglectful of anyone not tn do so. He had never usod
fortrmliMi, he did not think it would
destroy animal life. Some authorities,
WOltly Amerioans, were quoted but
Dr. Sinclair would not accept any of
Hieto us settling the question. The
llritish government directed the usa of
sulphur and he was British and would
Uny by that.
Mr- Taylor oited the laBt regulations issued by Dr. Fagan, secretary
ot thu provincial board of hoalth, but
Dr. Sinclair did not look upon him as
����� iiuthonty; it was doubtful, he
Mid, whether he had disinfected one
""use in the past three years.
Dr. Hawkey, Dr. Reinhart and Dr.
Dougherty also gave evidence all
strongly favoring sulphur as the only
effective disinfectant, and against the
"��' of formalilno.
4p and EFFECTIVE '
Superior to Alum Baking
Powders. Equal to any
otherAiiti Alum Baking
Powder and costs but ;
s^half the price.      %p
returned frim a visit to the coast.
Mr. Young repor's that great interest
is taken in his company there and
that as a result of his visit some large
blocks of its stock have been purchased at good figures. Mr. Young
says the Similkameen Valley Smelting, Mining and Development company hns boon organized with a capital stock of 81,000,000 for the purpose
of erecting a smelter at Ashnola.
Mr. Young says the smelter will go
up without delay and will be of 1,000
tons a day oapacity, although designed so that this can he increased to
::,000 without the slightest difficulty
so soon as t'.e number of operating
mines shall have heen sufficiently in
creased to keep a larger smelter busy.
Copper and Kennedy mountains,
about two and one-half miles distant
from Ashnola, will be the new smelter's chief source of ore supply, the
product of the properties on these two
mountains being cupper aud gold in
valuable and easily worked combinations. Silver-leal ores will be drawn
from lloulder creek where development has progressed sufficiently to
show immense bodies admirably
placed for profitable working.
The. ores of the Michel Plate mine
in the vicinity of Twenty-Mile and of
other properties in that locality ate
high grade gold and silver, with just
sufficient irun to be Self-fluxing and
most economical.
It, too, will find a natural market
at Ashnola, while���for which reason
the new town has been selected by
the smelter projectors���lime and every
other smelter requisite is found in
geierous abundance within a radius
of 10 miles the fact of having fuel at
thoir doors, giving the smelter people
an immense advantage over their
business rivals.
Canada Drug8 Book THE   MINER'S
Among our Christinas Perfumes we ha''e a handsome line of
riorocco    Watch    Cases   also    Handkerchief  and
Glove   Cases
Each box now contains a Cut Glass Bottle of elegant  perfume.    When
perlume is removed you have the beautiful Satin Lined Case  for  gloves,]
etc.    Our stock of assorted perfumes of the   best   English,   French   and
American makes is also complete.
Morocco Gloie Case,Satin Lined
Out Glass Bottle Perfume 11.80
Morocco Handkerchief Case Satin Liued Cut Glass Bottle Perfume   3.5o
Monocco Watch Onse Satin Liued
Box, the Latest 2.75
1 bottle French or Amerioan Perfume in box      75
1 bottle English or American Perfume in box  1.00
1 bottlo Killarney Violets, in Sain L'ned box, the latest  1.00
1 bottle English or French Perfume, hi box  1.2s
1 lioltle English or French Perfume, in box  1,50
1 huge bottle American Perfume,
in box  2.00
1 bottle American Perfume, Cut
Glass Bottle, in box  2.50
1 large bottle American P. ifauie
Cut Gluss bottle, in  box  5.00
1 large liot'le Canadian Perfume,
Cut Gluss bottle, in box  3.50
1 botlle Canadian Perfume  4.00
Knglish Perfume, 2 Cut Glass bottles in box  3.50
English Perfume, 2 Out Glass bottles, the latest, in box  0.00
Perfume Atomizer, beauties 1.50 Sc 2.00
Sachet Powders,   17 different odors
five different makers
Advertisements Inserted under tbis head at
tho rate of one oent a word per Insertion. No
advertisement taker for less than 25 oents.
Hitnatlon Wanted advertisements Inserted
three times free of charge.
Drug b Book Co.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to G. L. LENNOX Bakw St.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always lo
We carry a complete stock of Count Flooring
Celling, Inside KintHh, Turnod Work, Sash and
Doors. Special order work will receive prompt
attention'   Mailorders solicited.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
Head Offloo-Hondrvx nnd Vomon Ht. Nelson
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning immediately
on arrival of steamer, at the
rate of        ,
75 Cents per Month
The first match in the President
vs. Vice-president contest was played
lust evening between rinks shipped
by J. H. Fox and N. T. McLeod, the
former on tho vice president's side.
The remit was a win for the vice-
president, and resulted as follows:
HlacUwood Green
Spry Dr. Hawkey
Dr. Hall Hunyan
Fox, skip, 11. MnLeod.skip, 10.
A   practice   gnme wns played in the
afternoon with the following result:
Davison Blackwood
Weir Clayton
J. (J. Wlluon Forin
C.Wilson,skip,   10, Tinner, skip, 12.
The   Tamblyn and Eae  links  play
The ten stamp mill of the Fern mine
has been running steadily for seveial
months, witli successful results, although only luw grade ore lrom the
upper stopes is being treated, The
richer ore from the deeper portion of
the vein is being shipped to Ihe smeller . A sample taken from this strike
shows that it runs 883 to the ton. At
present 80 men are employed,
Confectioners toys for the little ones
at MoDouald's.
New York, Dec. 17.���Thc American
Steel corporation tins recently paid a
dividend of Hi 1-2 por cent, on the
original subscription or |9B,000,000
and as only 12 1-2 per cent, of ���810,-
000,000 wns called np the guarantors
bave now received all their money
bauk. lt is reported Unit the profits to
date amount to $ nil, 000,000.
.,*   'all   line of  choicest  designs in
, ',"W|'   ���'���ra.   Pouches   with   Mono-
Minis  Cigar Cases, Pipes, etc.,    suit-
"'    '">'   Xmas presents.    Special ar
iigi'uient for lady   purchasers  every
1    K.   Young   Tells  of   a New
Promising Project.
���"���Young,   managing director of
'"' N'uiilksmecn Vail��� fln.i rn    rm��
Bo  sure and get the genuine   BENNETT'S OOTTA PERCH A FUSE, not
something that looks   like   it,    Lawrence Hardware Co., Agents.
For domestic or steam use.
A  full   supply  always  on
Rates to   all  railway  and
lake points
General Agent
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors   wesi
C.P.R   offices.
N. E. T. CO.
Admission 25 cents.    Season,
$5, Ladies and boys, $4.
6.45 a  m 7.00 a. m.
Every 110 minutes until 11 a. m.
1 loo 11.00 a. m.
Every 20 minutes 10.10 p. m  lust oar.
After 7.20 p m. passengers trans-
far at Byers' corner. Bnsy nights,
every 10 minutes up hill. Time not
guaranteed but kept as accurately
as possible.
Meerschaum Cut   Plug  Smoking
It's All Right,
gold Evorvwhere      10c. per Paokatje.
sGood lots for sale on easy terms
A. V. MASON, Tramway Office
P. L. S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
Mineral .il-iin��c and mines suiveyed.
NELSON LODGE    No. 23, A. P. Sc
_. meets second Wednesday In
month.   Visiting brethern welcome
L O. O. F. Kootenay Lodge
No. 16, moete every Monday night,
at their Hal], Kootenay street
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invited.
John A. McRae, N.Q.   D. W. Ratherlord, V.Q
Fred J. Squire, Per. Soc.
TO LET���Two furnished rooms, Baker
street, SIS; B-roumed honse, Stanley
street, $14 ; cottage, Josephine street,
close to town, $15. B. M. llrydges, K.
W.C. block.
FOR     HALE.���One     heavy    draught
team, apply to J, A. Sayward
HOUSE   to rent   on Vernon     street.
Apply Captain T. J. Duncan.
FURNISED        ROOMS.-Apply       on
Silica,     second   door   west     Ward
ROOMS and HOARD.���Every convenience;   south east   corner of   Carbonate and Josephine street.
Apply   to   Mrs F. J. Squires, Room
40, K. W. C. block.
WANTED.���A shoemaker to   work on
repairing,    first   class mechanic;   a
steady job for tne right man.      Apply
II. McCauslaud's shoe   store,   Nelson.
WANTED.���A good general servant at
once.    Apply to Mrs.   VV. A.   Thur-
man, Silica street.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's       Nest
Southern    Ry.      Good   wages,    long
job   Headquarters, Elko,    II.   C.      A.
Guthrie Sc Co.
Money to Loan at 8 per cent.
Insurance Real Estate
FOR RENT.���Two offices over Queen
Cigar store, 915; 7-roomed hcuse, bath
and sewer, tf'il; 4-roomed house, water
only, Sl l.
FOR SALE,���Two Iota, Observatory
st., on car line, $450; r>-ruoin house,
Carbonate St., Sl.iiol); 7-roomed hcuse,
Carbonate st, J-'.IOO.
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter No. 123, Q. R. C.
Meeta third Wednesday. HojournlDR oompan
ions Invltod.    Uooi-ge Johnstone,  Z.    K. \V.
Mai t ho ws, S. IC.
NKLSON LODUF.   No.25, K. of P.
^moets In K. of P. hall, Oddfollows blook
ovoryTuosday ovonlng at 8 o'olook.
"Jam visiting knights cordially Invite
Wm. Irvine, CO.
A. T. 1'aiik, K. of R. and &
Nelson Unoa pmont No. 7. Meets evory 2nd
nnd ith Friday of each month, in Odd Fellows
Hall, coiner Bakor and Kootenay streets,
Nolson. A. H. Cloments, C. P.; I). MoArtmu
R. S.  Visiting brot.hers always wolonme,
NKLSON L. O. L. No. 1692 meets in Fra-
of each month at 8 o'olook.
oordlally   invited.
A, Mlnty, R. S.
tcrnlty Hall on flrst and third Friday evenings
*   ' :lock.   Visiting niombor
W. W. Bradley, W. K.
NKLSON AERIK No. 22, F. C. K., meets
evory seoond and fourth Wednesdays, of each
month. Visiting members cordially invlt
Charles Proesor, R��nretary.
Kootonay Tont No. 7, K. O. T. M��� hold thoir
rognlur meetings ln Fraternity HaU, I. O. O. F.
block, on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of encb
month. Visiting brethren cordially invltod to
attond. G. A.Brown, R. IC; A. P. Purdy, Com.
R. J.Stool, D. S. C.
1st and 3rd Wednesday evenings of
eaoh month at Fiaterniiy hall
oorner of Baker and Kootonay
stroots. Visiting brethorn cordially invited.
En w a nn Macleod. Secretary.
COURT KOOTKNAY, I. O. F��� No. 313*.
Meetings 1th Thursday of month. Fraternal
hall, J A Irving OR.   P. H. Fleming. U.S.
Nolson Court Btar of Kootenay, A. O. F.
Menis 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in ovory
month. Visiting brothron wolcomo. W. Mao-
MUlar O.R     Pnluirt MoLood. See.
Certificate of Improvements
Littel Perl Mineral Claim, situate in
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay Distriot.
Where looatod ; On Salmon river, 3
miles south of Ymir.
Take notice that I, F. O. Green,
noting asagent for Emma A.
Itand, Free Miners' Certificate No.
B0228O iutend, 00 days from
dato hereof, to npply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for tbe purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above olaim.
And further take notice that action,
nnder section 87, must be commenced
before tbe issnanoe of such Certificate
of Improvements,
Dated tbis Oth day of October, A. D.
1001. F. C. GKEEN,
smecn Valley Coal Co., has I Telephone 18 Baker BU No
Kootenay Street. Next Oddfellows' JHa
P. O. BOX 633.	
Will pay the highest oash price for all
kinds ol seoond hand goods. Will boy
or sell anything from an anchor to ���
needle. Furniture, stoves, oarpert*.
cooking nteniili, bought In household
Also   oast   *"*   "'���""	
Certificate of Improvements
Call   and
flilTMr   King   Mike.
Street, Nelson,  B. C.
Foothill Mineral Olaim situate in tbe
Nelson Miuing Division of West Koot-
enav District.
Where located���Ou Hall ereek 2H
mil's west of the railway
TAKE NOTICE that I Frank
Fletcher ot Nelson, F. M. C. No.
BBOS69 for myself and T. J.
Duncan, K. M. O. No, BbOMS,
intend sixty days from the date hereof
to npply to Ihe Mining Kecorder for a
certificate of impri vements for the purpose of obtaining 11 Crown Grant of the
above olaim.
And further tnke notice tbat action
    under section 37, must be commenced
off   clothing, j before the issuance of suoh certificate of
mo   or write.   Addrew j iiiiiimvementji.
Box  *��.    H��" !   Dated tbii^lut (toy^t November, A
I)., iimi
��Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand o>
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors.
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber.
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LARDO.
J. ROBERTSON Sc CO.-Next door U>
Nit: Ilr w    iV-,i.   iHMrt-   Uuild.DK,   Vuroot)
tiU, Nolson*   Day "phono M& NlghL 'phone 2U7.
jLI N. M. Cummins, Letu*ee���Kv��ry known
varioi.y of .-ofL dinikrs. P t) Box 88. Tolophon
No. 31. Hoover Streot, Nelson. Bottler* of th
f.uiiouh til. boon Uot SprintfH Mineral Water
C1 ANI'J & MACDONALD (li. Cane, Jama
. A. Macdonald)���Architects and HUporin
tendentH, Broken Hill Block, oorner Baker and
Ward Streeis, Aelson
���   and Hall Streets-
Co.���Corner   Fron
_   Wholesale  grocer
and jobbers in blanket*, gloves, mitts, boots
rubbers, maokinaws and miners' sundries.
BURNS & Co.-Baker Street, Nelson
.   .  j
meats.   Cold Storage.
���   Wholusale dealers lu fresh a d cured
Bakor Street, Neb
ers in fresh and cured munis.
Bakor Street^ Nelson���Wholesale dea
J Street, Nolson ��� Wholesale daaUua io
hardware, miners' suppUes, sporting goods
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Van
oouvur Hard waruCo, Ltd.i Baker Street.
Nelson���Wholesale doalors ln hardware and
mining supplies, plumbers' and tinsmiths' sup
paints, oils aud glass; mechanics   tools
Agents foi Ontario Powder Works; amamlte
rpURNER, BEETON & Co.-Corner Vernon
X and Josephine Streets, Nelson���Whole
salo dealers in liquors, cigars, and dry goods
Agents for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.
HUDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholosale
and liquors etc., Baker Street,
Offlce oorner Hall and Front Streets
Nelson���Lumber, coiling, flooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes. Get out
prioes.   Correspondence solicited.
Between Robert Shiflll, judgment
creditor, and Thomas Henderson,
judgment debtor.
NOTICE is hereby given, that pursuant to an order of court madu the
18th November, 1001. sealed tenders
for the pnrchasa of the Interest of
Thomas Henderson ln lots four (4)
and five (5) ln blook six (li), Addition
A. to City oi Nelson, will be received
by me at my oflice, Court House, Nelson, until Wednesday the lstli day
of December instant,Bt the hours of It
noon,to satisfy u judgment for S3I0.U0
and costs.
Prior incumbrances: Mortgage to
Provincial Building and Loan Association.
Dated at Nelson the 7th day of
December, 11)01.
B. M.Macdonald, Solicitor ior Judg
ment Creditor.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
("rom St. John, N. H.
Pal Man I Inc. 'in
Lake  Ontario Jan.  :i
Numlillan  Jan,   1
Ionian (now) Jim. 11
Lake Huporfor Jnn. 17
Thew HteamorH sail from Halifax two duvH
la tor
Knim I Portland, Mo.
Domliion Lino Dominion Doc. 28
Vancouver Jan. IS
From Now York
Philadelphia Dor. V,
Oermai.lo  Iloe. T,
Camp'lliiik, Doc. 'JS
KurneKrila Doe. 'JH
Ht. Paul ,,, Jnn. I
Coltio Doo. 31
Fiom Ilaston
Ivornla. Doo. 28
Clcinl.lniL'ii'iil 'hhIHiikk of Fronch. North Oisr-
man Lloyd, II. A. P. and Italian LIiioh on application.
It ATKS-Haloon farm f 12.60, rVeond ��Xi and
upwardM according" to utoamor a-d locallon of
north.   Htooratfo quotod on appllsiatlon.
H. I. I1ROWN, City Aft., NoIhoii.
Hen. Anont, Winnlpsg, Mnn.
J.   . (JABTKR. D. P. A.. Nolion
rp GALLON (c CO. -Dealer* tn ore wclu
X . and twineH. Always a largo Htock on
hand. Telephone 295. Room 11. K.-W.�� Blook
Dominion and
LaDd Surveyor.
Holiday  Excursion
Fare   and   One-Third
For Round Trip.
For Christmas   :    December
23rd, 24th, 25th.
For  New Years I December
30th and 31st, January i
All   tickets  good
till Janiury 3rd.
for  return
Leave Kootenay Landing
Tuesday and Friday, to St.
Paul and all U. S. points
via Soo Line.
Friday orly, Toronto,
Montreal. Boston, e'e
Are you in want? If you are, tcl.
lho people, through The Miner want
column, what you are In want of
You'll vat It
For bertha, time tables, rates and full
iuformatlon apply to.
H. L. liiinWN,
Oity Passenger Agent
J. 8. (lAHTKIt,
Dis. Pass. Agt.
A. O. P. A.
The Waverley Hotel
Rates fl.00 to $1.80 per  day.    First
class Meals, 35e.    Next door to  Opera
House.   P. O, Hox 3111. Telephone 147.
I Victoria St., Nelson.
J Nblson Daily Miner Wednesjav, December 18,  1901
Rome of the
advantages of
onr    Improved
Our Improved
Btire aro these.
We can carry a greater variety of
goods. We can di-play them better,
we can give you better attention, all
this of course is to your benefit
well as ourselves. Already we have
seen the result. The kindness of our
friends, the appreciation of the public
has been marked.
We are showing a more extensive
lino cf toys and holiday goods than
ever.    Come and see us.
Show Room for Mason & Risen pianos
A. F. Rosenberger returned Monday
evening   from the east, where he   nas
visited   a   number of cities in tho in
terests   of Ihe   Northwestern Develop
ment Syndicate.
At the recent civil service examinations held in Nelson two candidates
possed the preliminary examination,
namely, George A. Maeleod and
Thomas Parker. The result of the
qualifying examination has not yet
beeu announced.
The steamer Kokanee will make its
first trip today since it left the ways
after being overhauled from stem to
stern. The Nelson will make a couple
of trips between the Landing and
Nelson taking the place of the Moyie
for a day or two.
Much sympathy is felt for Mr. and
Mrs. Batchelor and family, of Fair-
view, iu the loss they have sustained
in the death of their son and brother,
llertie, who died recontly at the early
age of seven years. He was it kind
and affectionate little fellow and was
much beloved by everyone.
A delivery team left standing in
front of a wholesale establishment on
Front Btreet yesterday morning tried
to liven things up by running away
and made a lively race from near
Josephine street until they reached
tho hill at Cedar street where they
slackened up and were caught Dy a
The Chinese missionary Ng Chang,
wno has been working among the
Jhinanicn of Nelson reports that lie is
meeting with fair success in his
labors, holding meetings twice a week
at which a number of Chinamen who
are desirous of learning t�� speak
English and to understand western
doctrines, attend.
The recent coid snnp has had the
effect of causing the water in the lake
to sink considerably, the level now
being two inches lower than the lowest mark touched last year. It is
stated that the lowest water is usually
in January and February and if this
occurs this winter it will probably
occasion considerable Inconvenience
at the different landing places along
the lake.
The proximity of a stock of 20 cords
of wood to the skating ponds along
the lake shore is causing the owner of
the wood considerable anxiety as it
is four.d most convenient for lighting
lionilrcs by the small buyB who arc
skating near. Since one boy was
arrested for stealing the wood not so
much has been taken, but it is still
disappearing in small quantities.
A meeting of the members of Emmanuel Congregational church wns
held Monday evening in the parlors of
the church, nt which it wns decided
that the resignation of tlie pastor
should oot he accepted. Mr. Monroe
has therefore decided to remain with
tbe church until next May. Since it
wns known that there was a probability of Mr. Monroe's leaving his
Nelson charge, he hns received a
number of most favorable offers from
Outside congregations.
On Wednesday evening at H o'clock
in thc Salvation Army barracks. Adjt.
and Mrs. Ayre, from Spokane, will
Oonduct a special meeting. The adjutant and his wifo were the pioneer
officers to Nelson, hnving begun army
work here just live years ago. On
Thursday evening the opening of the
new barracks on Victoria Btreet will
take place. Major nnd Mrs. Hnr-
greavc, StnfT-Cnptnin Tulvnr. Adjutant and Mrs. Ayre. Bnd possibly the
viiiting oDlces will lie present. A
bounteous supper will be served   from
6 to 7.30. Open nlr meeting nt 7.30.
Meeting inside at s o'clock. Special
music by thc band. The mujor nnd
stafT-cnptnin will also conduct
special meetings Friday and Saturday
evenings and nil. day Sunday ns
follows: Friday, holiness roect-ng;
Saturday,     commissioning    of   local
Ulcers for tlm coming year;   Snndny,
7 a.m. knee drill, 1(1 a. m.. .1. S. company meeting. 11 n. m.. holiness, 3 p.
m. free and easy meeting, and big
Salvation rally 'at 7.30. All are
jovitciJ.    -r.1,   imm _	
A dance was gi��en by the proprietor
of the Royal hotel last evening at
whiob about 25 couples were present
and a very pleasant evening spent.
A rather nnusual spectacle was seen
on the Nelson-Granite rojd yesterday
morning in the shape of two old gray-
bearded men pulling along a handsled
on which was an oia mine pump wi'h
a quantity of metal pipe. The pair
were evidently heading for a claim on
Bird creek, which they bad abandoned
temporarily on account of its frequent
flooding, and intended pulling their
heavy load ovei the six miles of road
and eight miles of rough trail to the
J. K. Strachan, city cleik, returned
last evening fiom Rossland, whither
be was summoned as a witness in the
case of Armstrong vs. Hint lino. Mr
Hartllne sold a team of horses to the
city a short time since, for JliOO and
Dr. Armstrong, who iB a veterinnnan,
claimed a commission ot $100 for
assisting in making the sale. The
case was tried in the Small Debts'
court in Rossland yesterday before
Magistrate Boultbee. After tbe evi
dence was heard and tbe case argued
and submitted. Judge Bcultbec took
it under advisement and will render a
decision at a inter date.
F. W. Peters, who left this city a
year ago for the purpose of assuming
the position of general freight agent
of the C.P.R. at the coast, arrived in
tho city last evening. Mr. Peters is
tbe president of the Nelson Tramway
company, aud came here for the
special purpose of attending a meeting of tbat company which is to he
held in this city today. The question
which will come up is whether or uot
the company will continue to operate
its cars at a loss. Mr. Peters says he
is pleased with his position at the
const, hut is glad to be back in Nelson
for a few days among his many
A meeting was held last evening at
tne general offices of the C. P. R. for
the purpose of organising a C. P. R.
hockey team. The following officers
were elected for thc season of 1901-
1902: Hon-Fresident, Wm. Downie;
president, H. E. Macdouell; vice-
president, Capt. J. C. (lore; 2nd vice-
president, R. W.Drcw; 3rd vice-president, C. II. Craudou; manager, J. S,
Carter; secretary, C. H. Decker; treasurer, J. A. Newport; captain, W, L,
Spry. Committee of maangement, J.
H. Fox. E. G. Smythe, C. E. Beasley,
H. ���, Connon. It was decided that
the colors of the club should be black
and white. The subject of a city
league was brought np before the
meeting and it was decide to ask that
other clubs who were anticipating
organization wou.d do so nt once, and
communicate witb the secretary of
this club to form a oity league so ns
to arrange a series of games.
The contractor began yesterday and
by night bad almost finished the task
of clearing thu sidewalk In front of
the structure which has been fenced in
for something over six months. This
gives a clear passage to the store of
D. J. Robertson and Co., which firm
has suffered no little loss of trade
because of the fencing in of the sidewalk which impeded access to their
establishment on one side. This firm
and other establishments in the same
vicinity should bave an increase in
tlieir trade now that the sidewalk is
clear again, and when the postoffice is
finished there should be considerable
addition in their trade by reason of
the large number who will pass along
Vernon street going to and coming
from the postoffice. It is tne intention
of the poatofUce contractors tc cover
the walls und stop work on the building for the seaon within thc next two
or three days. Work will be resumed
on the structure early in the spring
and it should be ready for ooeupancy
hy next fall.
Skate Sharpener at Thorpe's
Xmns candles;, Xinns tree decorations, Xmus toys.holly, etc., at THE
Steam   Skate Sharpener  at Thorpe's
London, Dec. 17.���Liverpool shipowners are convinced that thc Aroeii
can ship subsidy bill will do them
serious injury if It should become
luw, Tliey are already suffering from
the effect of bounties given by the
German government to ships engaged
exclusively in the Atluntlj trade,
Frer.oh Canadian Do Not Want Them
in Quebec.
(Quebec, Dec. 17.���The projcot of
fouuding n colony of Finns in Lake
St. John district aroused so muoh opposition from the French Canadians,
who believed that it would interfere
with their plans of making a solir"
French Quebec, that It bas been abandoned and it la now possible that
Nordin, the promoter of the scheme,
will turn his eyes to the Northwest.
Queeos.���W A   Martin,' Rossland
T Freeman,   Arlington   mine; Mrs
McLellan. Greenwood.
Hume ��� J 0 Ryan. Ivaslo; .1 Dow-
ler, Winnipeg; H II Cooper, Vancouver! Stanley Muir, Grand Forks; A H
Plumnier, Greenwood.
Phair.���D C Johnson. Portland; V
W Smith. Kaslo; C O Major, New
Westminster; hi J itoswell, Trail; 3
FC Parish, Greenwood: Roht. Bell,
Erie; L Didisiieim, Revelstoke: Fred
Peters, J W Wilson, Vancouver: W II
D'Arcy, Winnipeg.
Grand Central ���A II Docksttadcr,
Sandon; U Clark, Moyie;.. If Green,
Fern mine; Mrs McDonald. Fort
Steele; M 3 Ccx. S��ndoii; W E lee.
Spokane; R Lindsay, G Brother,
Rossland; .1. Hangs. Fire Valley.
Envoys to Bet Out With the Money���
Mme. Tsilka and Child Well.
Constantinople, Dec. 17.���VV. W
Week, treasurer of the Turkish mission in Constantinople, accompanied
by Mr. Gargiolo. dragoman of Ununited States legation here, started
tonight to meet the brigands who hold
Miss Stone captive. In accordance
with instructions received from Wssh-
ingon they will attempt to secure the
release of the prisoner in exchange
for the ransom money now available.
It is reported here that Mme Tsilka's
babv is still alive nnd well.
Cull and see onr fine line of skates
just opened up; all sizes and makes,
at McLachluu tiros.
Used All Overthe World
More Sold Than AHOther stands Combined
Irjsisl lipoi)  rfaVlqg
Previous to thc intrnduc'ion nf Grinltln'
Monthol Liniment, belladonna Menthol nnd
porous plasters were extensively iikciI, Km*
pains in any part of thc boi-y-Grifflths Menthol
l.inimcut is.supcrior to plnKtorn of any kind. It
immediately penetrates to the painful parts,
relieving in a fuw minutes.   Price 25 cents.
ror sole bv J..   VanetoneNeNon. 11. C
stamped on every
garment, insures
you genuine
the most perfect, most healthful,
most  delightfully comfortable t
underwear made.   Endorsed
by physicians.
For Men, Women nnd
~^>-Children. *��-
bjAtwimclarts DrpGoodit
"      Siorea kceepfUll
We are NOT BUSTED and moreover in our 20 years of business career we have always managed to pay too cents on the dollar.
Some people may not be busted but they came very near it a short
time ago.
Our Sale has been a decided success, so much so that it has evidently
hit some of our competitors hard who are advertising discount sales
ranging from 10 to 50 per cent., which means that on good staple
goods you only get a 10 per cent, rebate.
Now we bought the stock we are at present selling, at a low rate on
the dollar, and we are letting everything go at and under wholesale
cost, which means a discount of 50 per cent, and over on all goods.
The clothing we bought in this stock is high-class, manufactured hy
some of the largest firms in  the  Dominion.    Our stock  consists of
Clothing, Gent's Furnishings, Hats, Boots, Shoes,
an4 Dry Goods.
A.   FERLAND   &   CO.
The Best Value
Ever Offered
A fine Jewel  Case that
wear for  $1.25.
Patenaude Bros.
Christmas Goods
In immense profusion are displayed on our
tables that you may see them to advantage.
Suitable Gifts from 25c. up, Artistic, Useful, Fancy
Come and inspect them.    You  will  be delighted,    lt is a pleasure to show goods.
Cleveland, Dec. 17.���The Plain-
dealer says: The Independent Iron
and Steel company have contracted
for upwaids of 90,000,000 tons of raw
material under contracts running for
Bevernl yeais Millons of dollars are
Involved io the deals. Hiuce the organization of the United Slides Steel
corporation there hns been consider
ahle talk about that organization buying the property of the outside mines.
Accordingly the Independent furnace
niisii have taken the action noted
ahovc. In some cases the prices have
been fixed and the Mcsaba ores will
he hoses on this year's figures. The
priccB for the long time contracts will
not have much bearing on prices for
19011. All sales of Mean bit ores are
being made at nn advance of 25 cents
a ton over tlie prices that ruled this
year. Vice-President Oayety of the
United Stales Steel ooiporntion, suggested the above advance, nnd the
independent mine owncis as a rule,
agreed with him, and the greater
part of the deals tbat have been closed
for 11)03 were made on that basis.
Certificate of Improvements
Copper King Mineral Claim, situate
in tbe Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where looated : On Craig Mountain,
nenr Craig town.
Tnke notice lhat I, J. D. Anderson,
P. L. 8., of Trail, B. O., agent for
Mrs. Katie D. Green, F. M. C. No.
BfiCOTji, and Joe Bernard, Esq., Free
Minci'B Certificate No. BMI40, iutend,
sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Gcr-
tiflonte of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grnnt of the
above claim.
And further tnke notice that notion
under section 1(7, must he commenced
before the issuance of such Ceitiflcate
of Improvements.
Dated thia lr-th day of November,
A D. 1901. T  n, ANDEBSON.
Certificates of Improvements
Jupiter, Katie D. Green, Ingersoll,
Last Chance Hamilton nud London
Fraction Mineral Claims, situate in the
Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Where locnted���Ou Jupiter Mountain,
near Oralgtown.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. D. Anderson, P. L.H , of Trail, B.C. agent for lhe
Katie D. Green Gold Mining and Development Compauy, Limited, Non-
Personal, Liability, F.M.C. No. B55678,
intend, sixty day* from the dnte hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for certificates of improvements for tho purpose of obtaiuiug Crown Grauts of the
above claims.
And farther take notice that notion,
under section 117, must be commenced
before tbe issuance of snch certificates
of improvements.
Dated this loth dny of November,
A.D, lllol. J. D. ANDEHSON.
Certificates of Improvements
Hoinestake and Hallnes Mineral
Claims, situnte in the Nelson Mining
Division of West Kootenay District.
Where looated: On the west side of
the Morth Fork of Sulmon river, near
Take notice thnt I, J. D. Anderson
P. L. S.. of Trail, B. 0., agent for The
Copper Farm Gold Mining and Development Company, Limited, Non-
Persounl Liability, Free Miner's
Ceitiflcate No. B50708, intend,
sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to tbe Mining Recorder for
Certitlcates of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of
the above claims.
Aud further ti.ko notice thnt aotion.
under section 37, must be commenced
h fore tlie issuance of such Oertiflcaten
of Improvements.
Dated this 15th day of  November
AC. 1001. J. V. ANDERSON.'
Cor. Baker & Stanley Sts.
The Jeweler
Certificates of Improvements
Mastadon and Nellie J. Mineral
Claims, situate in the Nelson Mining
Division  of West Kootenay District.
Where looated: On Lost Creek, two
miles east of Salmon river.
Take notice that I, J. D. Andersor
P. L. 8., of Trail, B. C, agent fox
E'isha Bigelow, Free Miner's Certificate
No. B. 601)21, intend, sixty days from
tbe date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Heo-irder for Certificates of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining
Crown Grants of the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must he commenced
befoie the issnanoe of suoh Certificates
of Improvements.
Dated this 17th day of October, A D
1��01| J. I). ANDERSON.
Certificate of Improvements
Partepin Mineral olaim, situate in
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located- On Poroupine Creek.
'1AKE NOTICE that I Theodore
Beauchamp, acting as agent of Frank
Desmiluier, free Miner's certificate No.
B43340, and E. 8. Larsen, F. M, O.
1148571 intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to tbe Miuing
Kecorder for a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further tnke notice that action,
under section 37, must be oommenoed
before the wsuanoe of such certificate
of improvements.
, Dated   this  8th   day of November
lm- 4   T. BEAUCHAMP,
Certificates of Improvements
Blue Bird, Michigan, Iorna Doom',
Randolph ��nd Trout Miueral ClniniB,
situate in the Nelson Mining Division
ol West Kootenay District.
Where locnted-West - f Deer Ore*
and about two and one half miles lrom
the Lower Arrow Lukes
Take notioe tbat I, Kenneth h. Burnet agent for the Montana Gold Mining Company, Free Miner s COT-
tifloate No. B 88700, Intend 60 dm
from the date hereof, to apply to tr��
Mining Recorder for a certificate oi
improvements, for the purpose or obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
And further take notice that action,
under section 87 must be couimeiiow
before tne issnanoe orjsuoh Certintaw
of Improvement". _   .    ...
Dated  this  12th day of September
A. D. 1901. ���TT���vi,'T
Pure Egyptian Cigarettes nre fully ��P
predated by Cigarette smokers. The
enormous sale of this braud proves it.
Sold every when*    IBo. per package, _
Windunnere Minos.   OorratrondenoeSolWl


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