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Array Daily Edition No.  1155
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Wednesday,  October 2, 1901
Eleventh  Year
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Only Half the Course Sailed
Over When Race Was
Galled Off.
Shamrock About Half a Mile
Ahead.���Big   Crowds
New York, Oct. 1.���Today's attempt
to race the seoond of the present series
of international yacht races for the
blue ribbon of tbe sea proved a dismal failure. Between 35,000 and
110,000 people who crowded the pleasure fleet oft* Sandy Hook lightship in
the hope of seeing a repetition of tlie
thrilling sport of last Saturday, witnessed instead more of a drifting
match than a race.
The wind was exceedingly light and
varying, falling so low tbat the wind
pennants which are as light as thistle
down, bung limp against tiie masts of
the big single stickers. The wind,
with crows lined up on the Ieo rails,
was not sufficient at any time to make
a racing machine bed to its lines.
At the end of four and a half hours
the two yachts had covered less than
one half of tbo prescribed course, of
30 miles and as there was no possible
chance ot their finishing within '.he
time limit the regatta coinr.ittee declared the raco off. When the gun
was lircd announcing; this decision,
the challenger was about half a mile
ahead of the defender and to that extent today's ti inl was a victory foi
Shamrock II. but the iluke today
demonstrated liulqas to tho queBtion
of supremeoy between tiie two boats
except, perhaps, that Sir Thomas'
new challenger is moie dangerous in
light airs, than was supposed after
her two former meetings with thc
whim flyer, to which the patriots aro
pinning their faith. In llu'uey winds
oft shifting, na thoy did today,
through six points of the compass
luck cuts almost as much figure as
model and seamanship and today fortune was unuiistakeably with the
The course was an equilateral triangle, ten miles to the leg. The first
leg being a beat due east into the
wind. The Yankee skipper at the
start out general led his adversary in
a splendid piece of jockeying, crossing tbo line in tlio windward berth 12
seconds ahead of Iho Englishman,
Xis advantage the Columbia held for
two hours while both yachts steered
far off their course to the southward
looking for a stiuak of wind that
wouhl profit tbem. Finally Iiarr declined longer to continue tho vain
race. Ilo put tbe helm down and
beaded iu shore on the starboard tack.
The Shamrock at this time alter botli
bad been sailing in the same airs
was a beaten boat ami her superior
could afford to take a gambler's
chance with fortune. He held doggedly on and foitune smiled on him.
With in five minutes be got a breeze
cut of the southwest whioh milled the
ciestlcss seas and waftod him like a
ghost through, tho air. But this was
not bis best piece of good fortune.
After this reverse, the Columbia
slipping through the seas at an astonishing pace, considering the lightness
of tbe breeze had woikcd out ahead of
the ShamiOok, but to leeward. Whon
the two yachts wero in tbis position,
about two milos from the first turn,be
wind threatened to blanket the Columbia and to avoid such a possibility
Barr went under the Shamrock's
Btcrn. Just as he did so, the wind
hauled round to tbe south knocking
the Columbia's head off until the
astonished spectatois saw she waB
headed almost back for the lightship
at the starting line. The golden boat,
favored by tho same breeze was
headed in exactly the opposite direction. When the wind backed up
again and Barr got tlie Columbia
straightened out he was a third of
a mile astern. In this position the
two boats rounded the first mark, the
Shamrock threo minutes and eight
seconds before the Columbia, or a gain
in tbe boat ot windward adding the
12 seconds which Columbia beat ber
for tbe line, of 8 minutes and t0
During   thc   next   houi   in   a close
reach for the second mark the  yachts
~    ~Provincial LlbrmgSloo
anda _.....,   remaining   80
and as only 50 minutes then remained
before tho expiration of the time
limit, the race was declared off.
After turning tbe mark the experts
thought the Shamrock increased her
lead slightly. This gain may, however, be accounted for by the fact
that she carried a largo reaching jib
topsail while Columbia was working
close to the wind with a small baby
topsail, a mere handkerobif, compared
to Shamrocks larger sail. When tne
excursion fleet headed back homo the
only real raoe of the day occurred. It
was the race for Now York. Tonight
both the Yankees and the foreigners
are praying for a good stiff wind on
Thursday whon the day's raco will bo
Almost optimistic Sir Thomas Lipton, after the race today, was in the
best of spirits. "I really don't see
anything yet on which to base a definite opinion regarding the two boats,
whilo Shamrock was leading when
the race was called off there's nothing
lo brag about. Today whilo the
winds wero very light there was
little finking, therein differing from
last Thursday's breezes which in
spots failed utterly, cacli boat in turn
striking dead calm. After tbe show
iug made thus far by both boats, 1
should not hesitate if I wore a betting
man to lay oven money on Shamrock. Both boats wore handled today
to the best ability of tlie boBt men
each country could produce."
Sir Thomas expressed himself as
personally in favor of racing every
day providing any suggestion looking
to that end should be made.
W.hen tho string of signals was
hoisted on tho committee boat indicating the course the rival racers were
coming about thc lightship. The
preparatory gnu was flred at 10.45.
\t that tune both yachts were on the
port standing to the southward with
the Shamrock in the lead and the
Columbia following in her wake.
Ten minutes later came tlie bing of a
warning gun and the Columbia veering sharply rouud trimmed tier sails
on the east tuck tho Shamrock crossing  her   bow.     Tlie   Columbia   took
The Duke and Duchess Welcomed hy City, Clergy
and Navy.
British Subjects In Washington   Present  Address.
Text of Reply.
were able to oovor  about four or four'bia, 2:44 44.
good care to secure the weather bertb
aud ten seconds after the starting gun
'which was fired at the dut of 11, she
crossed the lino on thu starboard tack
ahead and to windward of the Shamrock. The Shamrock luffed over the
line a few seconds before the gun
tired and was recalled by the judges
boat and bad to put bacic. Luck was
with tho American boat at first for a
fortunate catspaw struck her and
enabled hor to head up a couple of
points higher than her opponent
This gave her a commanding lend,
the Shamrock meanwhile scarcely
moving through the water and appearing to be null and loggy.
The Shamrock wont on the port
tack 15 minutes after tbo start, the
Columbia following immediately,
Once again the American boat showed
her superiority in slays coining about
much quicker than her rival and
gathering way as soon as her head
sheets wero trimmed down. At 11.30
both yachts we.-o pretty nearly becalmed throughout saving a load of
about a quarter of a mile. At 11,85
tlie Shamrock went on thc starboard
tack, the Columbia following and
then a lucky streak filled the Shamrock's, sails and gave her an appreciable lift. At noon both jcehfs were
on the.port tack almutt becalmed,
t'hen the unexpected happened.
Wafted along at a Hoo clip by a stray
puff, Ilia Shamrock overhauled tho
Columbia und at 12.15 sho was so
close that Captain Han* bore down on
her in order to kill ber wind as he
had so often killed the wind of the
Constitution. The .Shamrock went on
tne port tack immediately followed by
thu Columbia and in another minute
the Britisher was ahead and to wind*
The wind now became more southerly. Both yachts set reaching jib
topsails and cased off sheets steering
a direct course for the mark. Then
the Shamrock forged ahead and got
into the doldruin while tbe Columbia
got slant cf wind and at 1.55 p. m.
passed the Shamrock Then it came
Shamrock's turn to got tho benefit of
a breeze and she caino along and
planted herself in the Columbia's
weather quarter crowding up on hir.
At 2.OS tbey were neck anil neck with
tbo Britisher to windward blanket-
ting her opponent. To escape frum
this blanket, Captain Ban* sent the
Columbia oil the port tack at 2.12 but
luck was against her and she lost
every breath of wind as well as steerage way and it was fully two minutes
befote she got away on tho starboard
tack again and by that time the
Shamrock was too far ahead to be
The first mark was then closo at
hand, and the yachts tacked around it
aa follows: Shamrock, 2:41,30; Coluin-
Victoria, Oct. 1.���Victoria, as befitted the capital of the western pmi-
inco, accorded a most hearty welcome
to tho Duke and Duchess of Cornwall
and York. The Empress of India with
the Royal party arrived off tho harbor
shortly after 11 o'olook, accompanied
by II. Mi Ships, Condor, and Phaeton,
the torpedo boat destroyed Sparrow
Hawk, and the Dominion government
ship Quadra, They were met by Admiral Bickfoid's flagship, tbo Warspite, and the ciusiei Amphiou winch
belched forth a royal salute which was
taken up by the land butteries,
It,was 11 o'clock before the Royal
party landed when tbey wore met by
Sir Henri Job, lieutenant-governor,
and his ministers and other notables
From the wharf they were driven to
the Parliament buildings through
streets gaily decorated and lined with
cheering crowds. At tbe buildings
an immense crowd had assembled.
Here tho civic addresses and addresses
from the Presbytery of Victoiia and
American-British citizens of the State
of Washington were presented. In
reply to the addresses the Duke said:
"Gentlemen,���I desire to assure you
of the gratitude which the Duchess
and I fee] for the kind words of welcome and good wishes which are expressed in the addresses you have presented on behalf of tbe citizens of
Victoiia, the residents of Seattle and
other parts of tbo State of Washington
and of tlie British Columbia synod of
the Presbyterian church of Canada.
''The tender allusion, in tbo last
address, to our common home loss in
the death of the late boloved Queen
and to tbe noblo example of ber life
have deeply touched mo. Ky the devotion to duty, her love und sympathy
with her fellow crcaturos, she has
earned the undying gratitude ana
admiration of tbo whole empire.
''I shall have much pleasure in informing my dear father, the King, of
what especial satisfaction I have
noticed your strong declaration of
loyalty to tho constitution and pride
in the heritage of Hritish citizenship,
and your unfaltering resolution to
share in responsibilities of upholding
the glory and intogiity of that
"1 know what proof of this you
have already given iu tlie blood of
your sons which has been shed on the
South African veldt. 1 am confident
that the sacrifices you have made will
not be in vain. They have forged
another link in tho golden chain
whioh bind together the biothcrhood
ot the empire.
'It gives ns tlio utmost pleasure in
visiting this, the capital of your great
province. Our only regret in that
time does Dot permit us to see more of
its wonderful natural resources, it*
picturesque scenery, and to h��ve further experience of its beautiful climate. Our earnest wish is that under
divine blessing tho people of British
Columbia may continue to advance In
prosperity and in all that tends to
enoble and enlighten life."
After a drivo through the city
which had been beautifully decorated
the party proceeded to Esquimalt
where they lunched with Admiral
Rickfoid on II. M. S. Warspite. The
little naval village had been prettily
decorated aud as tbo Duko went out
in the launch the ships ar/ain fired a
royal salute. The depart ments at tbe
naval headquarters were inspected and
tlio party tben proceeded to the agricultural ball and formally opened tlie
annual exhbition. At 7.30 the official
dinner took place at (iovernment
house nnd later the public reception
at tbe Parliament buildings. In the
evening the city was illuminated and
tbo ships of war threw their searchlights over the town Tomorrow the
royal party will rest only visiting the
hospitals and   charitable   institutons.
Remarkable Increase   in Imports   aud j
Duties Collected.
The quantity .of goods imported
during tho mouth of September shown
the remarkable increase of 128,008
over the eorrc**poiidiug month of last
year almost 83 per cent.
At the custom liouse tho value of
dutiable goods received into Nelson
during tbo month of September
was Sfl*i,72!)j duties collected 810,-
070.08j dutiable goods received in Nelson during September, 1000, $11,221;
duties collected in September, 1000,
811,175.35���an increase for the present
year of 931,fills in dutiable goods received, and $4,8115.43 in the amount of
duties collected.
The Inland revenue was as follows:
Spirits, 82,577.35; malt, $840.38; raw
leaf, 823.20 cigars, 887; licenses, $70.
Toal, $3,103,81.
and   Rose Properly
ments if pitted weio liable to cairy
foieign matter.
On cross-examination by   Mr.    Mac-]
donald   nothing now was brought out]
beyond   that   to witness'   knowledge
the   way   tbe sulphur had been   used
was   the   ordinary   method when sul-
Were the Olfices of Drs. Hall !pi,���, waB me disinfecting agent,   ne
did not assist MacLeod in any way
witn advice as to preventing hariu lo
the instruments and goodB beyond
warning bim. Did not tiy to clean
up all the instruments on gaining
acoess to the office as  he did not con*
They Claim Not and Want hi,'"r" of "uv ���" "fJ,D��t0 tlu"; _
Mr. Macdonald���'Have you and Dr
Damages  From  Dr.
Y. M.   C. A. Lacrosse Team Succumb
to   the Westminster Champions.
Vancouver, Oct. 1.���Tlie Tees bas
arrived with 128 bags of gold consigned to the Bank of Commerce.
The Y. M. C. A, lacrosse team of
Vancouver was defeated by the New
Westminster champions by 7 to 1.
The game was exceedingly lougli and
among the Vaneouverites several were
hurt. Manager McNaughton, owing
to tho result of today's match, said
Vancouver  will not go cast.
(srrx'iAi. to Tin*; iUiMOit.)
Rossland, Oot. 1.���Tho preliminary
trial of E. II. Lewis accused of larceny at Trail was concluded today.
Lewis was acquitted, no evidence
being offered which connected bim
with the theft.
Assay Office Receiving Largo Supplies
���Indians to Be Received.
Vancouver, Oct. 1.���Tho steamer
Hating arrived from the nortli today
with 8300,000 wcrtb of gold dust on
Loard of which 1100,000 was consigned
lo tlie local Bank of British Worth
America. The Vancouver assay ofiice
lias already received two-thirds of the
shipment for assay treatment. One
hundred and sixty passengers came
down on the steamer.
The C. P, R.steamship Athenian ar-
rivod from the Orient last night.
Mayor Tow ley received a telegram
from a mem bar of the Duko of Cornwall's staff this morning stating that
His Royal Highness would be pleased
lo receive ohicl's of Fort Simpson,
Sechelt, Sriuamish anj Mission Indians on 'Thursday morning upon tho
arrival of tho Empress of India, with
the Royal party on toaicl from Victoria. The Duke received addresses
from the Indians at Monday's reception but owing to shut 1 ness of time
was unable to do moie than shake
hands witn the chiefs.
Guard Attacked by Escaped Prisoners
Fiom Canton Gaol.
Chicago, Oct. 1.���Major General
Otis, commander ot the department of
the Lakes, today stated that undoubtedly there hud boen an assault un ono
of the guards at Piesident McKinley's
tomb in Canton. "I am satisfied that
an assault was mado and that it was
mado by prisoners who had escaped
from the gaol at Canton,'1 said the
general today. "I base my assertions
on a full report which bad been submitted to mo by Captain Riddle, who
is in charge of the guards at Canton.
The man on whom the assault was
made is one of the best soldiers in tho
army according lo Capt. Riddle's
Washington, Oat. 1.���There were
five of tho eight members of tho cabinet at today's meeting, Attorney-
General Knox, Secretaries Long,
Hitchcock and Wilson, and Postmaster
General Smith. The principal subject
discussed was that of a cable to
Hawaii, Guam and tho Philllpinei,
lt is understood that propositions
have been made to lay a commercial
cable from San Francisco to connect
these islands and the question under
discussion was whether under onr
peace treaty with Spain the United
States could authorize  or in uny way
Major Maud says   the  party will   not j encourage the   laying of such a   oablo
visit the New Westminster exhibition, 'by private parties.
At yesterday's sessions of the
County court tho wholo timo wus occupied by the case of Hall vs. LaBau,
which to all appearances is far from
finished having been adjourned until
today. S. S. Taylor and lt. W. Hnn-
ingtnn appeared for the plaintiff,
while VV. A. Macdonald and P. E.
Wilson acted for tho defendant. The
court room was well-til led by a number of interested spectators, among
whom were some ladies. The following jury were drawn for tbo case: D.
A. MacFarland, foreman; 'P. M.
Chadbourn, Johu Blaney, G. VV.
I In le, and II. II. Avery.
S. S. Taylor iu opening the ouse
statod that Dr. LaBau, as medical
Health ollioor, had entered tho ollices
of tlie plaintiffs, which had been
newly furnished, and proceeded, contrary to their desires to place a man
named MacLeod on the premises with
instructions to fumigate the rooms
with sulphur. This was done and
not only ruined the carpets and other
furnishings of tbe utliccs but seriously
damages a largo number ol instru-
inens which had been lying open in
one ol tbe rooms. His clients
claimed that some other disinfectant
should have been used or. if sulphur,
it should have been handled differently. As by law it was impossible
for tbem to proceed against thc city 111
such a case the action was therefore
brought against Dr. Lallan. The reason for this disinfecting was that a
man supposed to Iiave been suffering
from smallpox bad called 011 Drs.
Hull and Rose, and on tbeir notifying
the health officer the disinfeeilng process had boen ordered by the said
healtb otlicer.
Dr    Hall  on   being   called   to   the
witness box related bow the  smallpox
patient   had come up to the ollice and
had been examined by tbem.    He had
noliiied   Dr.    LaBau by telephone  on
which the health   officer  said that he
would send over Macleod to convey the
patient to thc isolation hospital.    Dr.
Hall answered that tho pest house not
having been in use for some tunc was
not in a condition for tiie  man to   bu
taken to as he was quite ill.    Dr.  LaBau said lie won hi come   over, and in
tho course of two hours ariived,   having been   detained   at   the   hospital.
Afier examining the patient,    Dr. Lallan said that lhe plaoe would have to
be disinsfected with   Buiphnr,   whicli
was   objected   to   by iho witness who
said   that,   it   would   cause   damage.
Dr. LaBau replied thut  ho knew Hali
was iu favor of formalin but   he himself  did   not   consider   it    effective.
Later on in the   afternoon,   after   the
patient bad   been   removed,   Macleod
arrived with the   disinfecting   apparatus,    and wa�� told by Dr. Hall   that
be would be bold responsible   for   any
damage done.   Macleod took down the
clock and   took   it outside.    Dr. Hall
then    left,    Dr.   Rose having done   so
before,      Next   morn iug,    when    Dr.
Rose and himself   arrived a', tlie ollice
tbey    found    it   locked   and   the   key
gone,    but   through   the   glass   doors
tbey could see the   damage   that   bad
been dune  and   the   stale   thu   room:*
were in.      lie called up Dl. LaBau by
telephone to   know   when   the   place
wuuld bo cleaned up.    LaBau asked If
tlio smoke bad cleared away   and said
if so that Dr.   Hall had   better set   to
work to clean the place up.    Dr. Hall
tnen called In Drs.   Arthur   and   Mc-
Lellaii tu appraise ths contents.
The curtains were spoiled completely and everything in the rooms
was damaged. Thc ollices wore new
and bad just been furnished at a cost
of approximately $5(10. Besides this
there had heen a largo number of instruments which had been badly
tarnished, winch in bis opinion
greatly interfered with their useful*
nosa. (Tiie curtains and some of the
instruments wero thon produced and
shown to the jury) It would be impossible to clean tbe instruments with
out   removing   the   plating.     Instru-
LaBau beon on unfriendly terms'.'"
Dr. lln]|--"Not on iny part."
Judge Forin���"I presume the same
degree of friendship existed as is generally the case with two men between
whom there is keen professional competition, as between two lawyers for
In answer to another question Dr.
Hall said that he had taken his solicitor's advice as to not cleaning up tlie
offices, until after he hud notified both
the city nnd Dr. LaBau of the state iu
which thoy had been left, and had the
damage appraised.
Mr. Macdonald���''Do you not think
that the application of a little ammonia or other agent would have removed tho effects of the   sulphur from
the Instruments?"
Dr. Hall���"No, the damage had
already beeu done, and tbeir further
staying in that condition was im-
Dr. Rose was then oalled to the witness stand, his evidence being piacti-
eally tlie same as Dr. Ball's. After
this the court adjourned till tlie
At the afternoon session the cross-
amination of Dr. Rose was continued.
He stated that he bad no objection to
the otlices being oisinfocted had it
been done without damugo to the instruments. Ho knew that sulphur was
going to be used.
Witness said that at tbe hospital be
bad used black bichloride of mercury.
If he were going to disinfect a room
he would wipe down tne walls witli
bichloride of mercury and use the
sulphur before they were dry that the
sulphur might act properly. He did
uot tliinic sulphur fumigation was
effective anyway. If the walls were
moist that moisture would form sufficient sulpurous gas for the disinfection
hut he did not think that sufficient
moisture could be got from any other
Mr. Macdonald asked Dr, Rose, if,
'ince he thought the disinfection was
not sufficient, he disinfected tho rooms
afterwaids for his own and the public
To th's Dr. Rose replied that he did
not think there was any very grave
necessity for it at any timo.
After the disinfection he had started
to clean thu instruments but the result was not satisfactory and on the
advice uf a solicitor he had desisted
and loft them as they weio. He
thought bu bud nut used the instrument in question since. Another instrument rofcrred to he has not used
since, some he had. He aud Dr. Hall
had bought some instruments sinco to
replace those damaged, particularly
the cutting instruments of which he
named 38 in all.
Going into particulars of the damage to the obstetric forceps the nickel
plating was partially destroyed, the
sulphur forming a sulphide of nickel.
This made the sterilization of the instrument moie difficult nnd at no time
absolutely certain. He considered
the appiaisemout of the damage fair.
Some of the articles and furniture
had been used since, but their appearance was   injured.
On re-examination by Mr. Taylor,
Dr, Roso pnin ted uut that tbe corrosion was less on tbe underside ol
(be instrument than on the tup. For
this reason lie did uot think the disinfection by sulphur was effective.
Dr. Arthur was the next witness.
lie had made the appiaisemcnt of the
damage dune in the olliee of the
plaintiffs on- tbe day following the
fumigation. He and Dr. Hall had
gone through the instruments and by
1: un paring their present condition
with the prioes they remembered or
found in the list arrived at an estimate of tho damage! as to thu carpet,
the bright color was faded. Where
any object had rested on the carpet
the original color remained so that
when the place of the furniture was
changed it looked like a samllpox
patient. Ho considered it a total loss.
He then described the othfr damage
to the furniture. If he wero buying
tbe instruments after tho fumigation
for himself ho would not give   over 3U
Revolts Threatened ln Tv
Provinces Through Corrupt Officials.
Embassies ln Constantlnop
Dissatisfied   With Their
Relations to Porte.
(Continued on Third Page.)
London, Oct. 1.���Disorders ha
arisen in Yang Tse province owing
the ravages of thc Hoods and tl
diversion of tho relief funds by co
rupt officials, says the Shanghai co
respondent of the Standard. Thei
threaten to culminate in rebellioi
The situation is very grave, and tl
local authorities have beeu ordere
to ra'se troops and to place the di:
trict in a state of defense.
London, Oct. 2.���The mornin
papers indulge in comparatively lit'.l
Comment on the yacht race yesterda
although tbe performances are held t
eonlirm the impression that the cbal
lenger would show bettor on the tri
angular course and has apparontl.**
improved in her form. Her work ii
yesterday's light airs giving genera.
London, Oct. 2.���The Times publishes the following despatch from its
Cuustautinuple correspondent: Tbe
reports received at all the embassies
and legations here 6uy tbat the oon-
suls in tne pr'ovinbe!T*%<5'fiict a situation everywhere so deplorable that an
ambassadorial conference and eolloce-
tive action are contemplated.
London, Oct. 2.���Thousands of
rebels, says a despatch, to tho Daily
.Mail from Hong Kong.after attaoking
tne German mission at I'iangh Thong
attacked Ilu Nan, a city near Canton.
They were repulsed but thev then attacked Hhaketna where they were
again repulsed.
a church for piieonix.
Plans Fcr it are Being Made in This
Rev. D. II. Reid, missionary superin-
dent of the London and Canadian Congregational church,'is in Nelson on a
visit. He is now establishing a Congregational church a Phoenix wbere a
new building is to be erected immediately. Two lots have been donated as
a church site by the Granby Mining
Co, the president, Mr. Miner having
given tlie liberal sum of ,1,000 and
the assistant managers $100 each
toward thc building fund. Architect
Ewart of tnis city is engaged in getting out the plans and specifications
fur tlie church edifice which will be a
handsome structure, capable of accommodating over 8110 persons. It will
have a spire and belfry and vestry
and rooms suitable for church purposes. It will cost something over
.2,000 when completed. Work on the
building will be commenced at once
and it is anticipated that it will be
dedicated about the end of November.
Mr, Iteid expects to return to Phoenix
in a few days where he will remain
until the church is well established
when a new minister will be oent out
from Montreal to take oharge. Then
Mr. Reid will proceed to a new field
to organize another church.
Prior to accepting bis present position Mr. Iteid was ongaged for ten
years in evangelistic work in Canada
and the Unitod States, and before that
was pastor of tbe Congregational
church in Sonoma City in   California.
Rossland, Oct. 1.���This o/ening 25
men nrrived in the city. Tbey had
heen engaged in Manitoba to work in
ilu* mines hero The Miners' union
learned of their arrival and at once
sent missionaries among them with
the result that 17 have declared that
they would not go to work. Union
men claim that tbey will be able to
eupture the entire shipment by
morning. ,
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Mr. ii I". H. Miner, president of tlie
Granby ''o . in a recent interview, admitted that tlie cost of smelting in the
plant of the company at Grand Forks
bad been ieduced to $1.90 per ton anil
that within six mouths even this
would be lowered 25 per cent. It was
the aim, Mr. Miner said, tu treat tbe
Phoonix ores as cheap, if not cheaper,
than similar work could be done in
any existing smelter. One dollar and
ninety cents per ton for smelting certainly seems a very low pi ice lor the
operation. Take 25 por oent off this
and it cuts down the cost to $1.55 per
ton. This would certainly be below
the cost of smelting anywhere on this
continent. The Granby company at
its smelter has ideal conditions for
reducing ore at tho very lowest
figure. Tho oie, as a prominent
motalliurgical chemist once said melts
as easily as butter in a furnace.
"If,'' he said. "I eat Oowu in my
laboratory and tried my utmost to
mix a combination of ganguo and
metals that would flux under the least
amount of heat, or flux more readily,
1 could nut have made a combination
that would do this better than tlie
ores of tlie Phoenix camp, and as for
that, the orus from the Mother I.ode
and the most of the other mines of tne
Besides this thu machinery of the
Orauhy smelter Is operated by water
power and this aids in cheapening the
running expenses. Tben, too, the
smelter was constructed with the idea
of handling the ore jnst as little hy
band us possible and numerous labor
saving devices have boen put In and
as a consequence the cost ot smelting
the ore has beon reduced to $1.00 per
ton, and a reduction of 25 per cent, on
this is contemplated.
It would be impossible to reduce thc
cost of smelting the ores of the Rossland camp to this point, because it is
necessary to rtiast them, an expensive
process, which roi'Biros considerable
huudliug.and to use fluxes, which also
adds considerably to tiie cost, but yet
it is claimed that at Trail and at
Northport, even under these adverse
conditions the cost of smelting is
not ove" $1 or J1.50 per ton more than
i*.  H a' 3rand Forks.
With a pratica) demonstration of
what can bo done wilh tlie ores of tbo
Boundary, which is n section where
tnere are very large ledges of low
grade enppor gold Ol th" outook i3,
unle.* the unexpeote i"curs In the
shape of a rrri.'r.t fall *pper,   that
tbe production will v : ��� iu the next
four or live year.-, gn . to : ���_ m**ns
proportion.- and that ' nuinbt.* of
steady nnd regular n .dend payers
will be developed thero.
JCr, W, V. Williams, the superintendent fji the mines of tho Granby
company, recently returned from a
visit tu the Calumet and Ilecla,
Atlantic and other copper mines in
Michigan, and reported that so
ec ''\    arc   these   mines   con-
dnoied that 0) - containing one half
of on    |   :    .nt.    copper   is mined and
made I i ;  ! .   profit.      There are no
geld vuitiei ���*,.in lever in tlie ore and
this means that ore that contained (4
or S'l, c: less, could be made to yield a
profit. There is this difference, however, between tho copper ores of
Michigan and these of the Kootenay.
In Michigan the oie is iu tbe gangue
in tim shape ol native eoppcr. It Is
extracted by means of crushing and is
not smelted, while the lioundary
copper-gold ore bas to be smelted.
The crushing process being the
cheaper, ore of a lower grade can be
mined and milled at a profit than is
the oase with tiie ores of this section
whicli have to be smelted.
trade of the Koicnays. With a central location, oiirrou >ded by mlneial
areas of great richness, with good
railway faollities. and acceslbility bj
water which makes tributary many
scores uf miles of a raagnicent waterway, there Is every reason for believing with the btart which Nelson has
obtained as a commercial center that
nothing can occur that will wrest the
supremacy in this particular from
Any doubts that may exist as to tbe
magnitude and extent of tbe wholesale
trade enjoyed by Nelson ure [.quickly
dispelled by a visit to the wholesale
section of the city. Here may bo
found large warehouses filled with
goods of many kinds. Thc bustle and
stir tbat prevails during business
hours, amoung the clerks, porters and
tuamster.show how busy tlie employes
are kept in filling and delivering the
ordeis that come In ami which are
sent out by train and boat. The trade
will increase with the natural growth
uf the Kootenays till iu time thu importance uf the wholesale business of
Hie city will assume large proportions
and Nelson will have her opulent
wholesalers as well us her wealthy
retail merchants and mine owners,
The pubishers of Criterion, in the
Septembr issue of that magazine, offer
a prize of five hundred dollars for an
article whioh shall give the best
practical solution to that >"ost vital of
all modern que-ttions: How to bring
about a cessation of the warfare between Labor and Capital. The article
will be submitted for judgment to at
least tbree men of national repute in
sociological and economic circles.
New Fall Goods Arrived
The very latest creations in Ladies'Costumes
Jackets, Skirts, Waterproofs,
Japanese Dressing Gowns,
Parisian Blouse Flannels and Wool Delaines,
American Silk and Satin Waists.
Dress Fabrics (r suit lengths) in Newest Shades and Weaves.
TELEPHONE    NO.   13.
Hudson's Bay Company.
There arc still some people who
think the war in South Africa might
bave been avoided, says the Mail and
Empire. An American mining engineer who has just related his experience of six years in South Africa, M.
It. M. Catlin, of Iloston, is not one of
them, probably because he knuv.s the
situation better than other critics.
Mr. Catlin says he has many friends
among the Iloers, and he sinoeiely
deploies the war, But he adds: "It
had to come; it had to be fought out
some time. Tbe lbitisb would not
give up Cape Colony, and tho Hocus
wanted to be supreme in Soutli
Africa." This is precisely the situation as we understand it in Canada,
and it makes it imperative that the
outcome of the present war should be
decisive and final. It is satisfying to
note tbat an independent critic such
as Mr. Catlin freel ' declares thai the
Dutch of the Transvaal will be better
off under British rule than under the
old regime. And so will everybody
else there.
E. J. Freohevillc the London mining engineer and member of tbe new
board of directors of the I.eKoi Mining
oompany, has refused to accede to the
demands of the Miners' union at Rossland and in a series ot numbered
paiagraphs gives his reasons for the
position be has assumed. He offers
the same wages that were paid before
lite beginning of the strike on July
12th. The question now is whether
or not the union will accept the terms
offered. There was a hope, before Mr.
FrecheviUe made public his determination, that by mutual concessions the
strike might be brought to an end.
The question now is what effect Mr.
I'recheville's uncompromising attitude
will have on the union and the natural inference is tbat it will probably
result in a continuance of the strug
gle, which will doubtlei*s be long
drawn out. It is regrettable that the
trouble could not have boen settled
and that it is destined to still exist to
the detriment of the business and
other interests of the mining   section.
i ,.
A Nelson commercial traveler reports that in one week he disposed of
eighteen carloads of fruits and proline* between Fernie and Greenwood.
A few days since tho head of a newly
established mercuntilo bouse in Grand
Forks visited Nelson for tbo purposo
of establishing rotations with the
wholesale houses here so that be could
obtain for bis concern, iruits, smoked
meats and othei produce. The receipts
of the local custtm house show a gratifying increase, 'llitsc arc but Straws
whicli show the way the commerci
wind is blowing and reveal that
eon has a monopoly of   th
For Provincial Exhibition New
Westminster, Oct. 1 to 4th. The Canadian Pacific Ballway will issue round
trip tickets from Itevclstoke at
912.85. Tickets on sale Sept. 29, 30,
lOM,. 1 and 2, good for   return till Oct.
i awn | *
Nel- ���
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The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve
as the best in t.be world, extenda
iDund the earth. It's the one pefuct
healer of Cuts, Corns, Brnises, Sores,
Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Felons, Aches,
Pains, and all Skin Eruptions. Only
infallible Pile Cure. ���.'So a box at
Canada Drug Sc Book Co.
Our stock is now complete in the above lines.   Call and be
convinced that the most complete stock
is carried by the
Pianos for sale at close
prices for cash or on easy
payments on the instalment
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
Martin O'Reilly & Go's
Fall   and
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.  C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Orders by m��il roceive careful and prompt attention
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIKE K0PE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tarmways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock tarried, estimates furnished.
H, E* CROASDAILE Agent Nelsou*
bring  him   to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop, Jo
sephine Street
The wise man who waits to buy
shares ip tlio Similkameen Valley
Coal Oompany, Limited until transportation readies the eoal (iekls would
have to pay at least $5 per share t'or
what he can now buy for 2a cents in
four  equal   monthly   payments   from
Have you used healthful Hygenie
Baking Powder, the latest discovery
in chemistry ?
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We have a number of houses in all
parts of the city at reduced
rents. Call and see our list
it you want a house.
Houses fcr sale cheap for cash or on
easy terms.
A. R. BARROW, a. ml o.B
Provincial  Land Surveyor
Oorner ViotorU and'Kootenay Bt��.
P.O. Box 5GI1 Telephone No. M
Pbone 117 I
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m Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
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Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning immediately
on arrival of steamer, at the
rate of    .......    ,
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions to be left
with the agent,
D.   J.   YOUNG.
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.
Brewers of Fine Lnger
Beer and Pi* ter.
No] una K a
He   sure and get the genuine   BENNETT'S GUTTA PERCHA FUSE, not
something that looks   like   it.       aw*
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Reduction in service, taking place
Sunday 29th instant. 40 minute
service before 11 a. m. and after
7.40 p. m.    20 minutes between.
Iloisu.ifinvn sinnliy 81.
7,00 a. -a. 7.20 a. m.
7.40 fi.oo
8,20 S.40 .
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9.40 10.00
10.20 10.40
r 1.00 11.00
11.20 11.20
Every 20  minutes between, at the
hour,  20 past and 20 to.
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Our new Range of These Goods Rep- ��
resent the Latest and most up-to-date
styles produced.
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We have the Largest and  Finest
Assortment in the city.
Spokane Falls *%
Northern RY
Nelson ���& Fort
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Red Mountain R'v.
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J. 20
lo 40
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KASLO,   B.   C.
Mineral claim-, and mines suiveyed.
To San Francisco and Eeturn
$51.50 ALL RAIL
$46.50 BY STEAMER.
This especially low rate is  made
on account ofthe Episcopal Conven-
j tion to be   held  in  San Francisco.
Dates of sale, Sept. 23rd to  27th
j inclusive.     Good   to   return   until
Nov. 13th.
Buffalo and Return
Good for sixty days, first
and third Tuesday, August,
September and October.
Through passenger trains between Spokane and Nelson. Buffet
service between Spokane and
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
0 :00 a. m Spokane 7:35 p. m
18:35 p.m Rossland 4:10 p.m
10:10 a.m Nelson 6:05 p.m.
H. A. JAOKSON, Q. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Wash
Agent, Nelson, B.O
You should'nt send out of.Jtown for
cards, for yourself or your husband
until you see what The Mim;r can do
for you.
Between Henry Hey, plaintiff.judg-
ment creditor, and John Harold Beley
and Harry Lockwood, defendant*,
Judgment dobtorfl.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to an order of this court dated the
16th day of September, 1901, under and
by virtue of the" Judgment Act' and
Amending acts, sealed tenders for the
purchase of Lot 1311 (Four thousand
and three hundred and tleven) Group
One (1), Kootenay nistriot British
Columbia according to the official plan
or survey of said district, being the
property of the above named judgment
debtors,will be received by me at my
olliee at the Court liouse , Nelson,
Hritish Columbia, up to and until tho
second di*y of October, A. P., 1001,
at 12 o'clock noon to sutisfy the judg.
ment obtained in this action by the
above named plaintiff judgment
creditoi against the above named defendants, judgment debtors, on the
20th day of June, 1801, fornbe sum of
SJhill.OO for debt and taxed costs together with interest thereon from the
said 20th day of June, 1001, at the
rate of S per cent (five per centum)
per annum, and also together with
ihe costs of sale and all other costs
incidental thereto incurred subsequent
to said date. The charges appearing
on the Register against said lands
are as follows:
1901���20th   June,   1001,   2.45   p.   m
Registration of judgment Henry Hey,
plaintiff,   versus John   Harold   Beley
and Harry Lockwood for $303.00.
Dated this 17th  day   of  September.
A. .D, 1901.
J- 0. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Bakeristreet Nelson. B.
tut %   ��� NklSoi.   t>Ail _��� Minsr, Wednesday October 2, .901
Continued from First Page.)
per cont. of tho original value,
had conducted fumigation bnt in
eM'i'.v ^afie had rcnoved instruments.
He had in ecnit a garment which had
bi'ou fumigated twice, if not three
times. Thi' fumigation had practically not affected the color or textura.
Other articles had been in the room
when that one was fumigated and hi*
had noticed no difference in them,
lie had fumigated in the same way
except that In* kept tho sulphur away
from the water. lie thought fumigation lij sulphur was efficient. Where
moisture is allowed to escape fabrics
aro affected hy buing bleached, sometimes rotted. With moisture a sulphide would bo formed on the coating
of an instrument and they would have
to be roplntod to be as good as ever.
As soon as the rooms weio opened up
the corrosion would ccaso.
On cross examination Dr. Arthur
. said that ho would disinfect by the
production of sulphur dioxide not
sulphurous acid vapor. This was
pioduoed by sulphur meeting with
the oxygon of the air. If a room were
Smeared wUli moisture when tlie sulphur was burned i*. would produce a
smearing of sulphurous acid. To do
so would produce efficacious disinfect
tion but it would do dumago. To
Mr. Taylor Dr. Arthur said tbat judg-
��� ing fiom the conditions ho found in
tho office the next day wator must
have been used to produco   the results
' he saw, except to tho instruments
which would have beon damaged any
Dr. Koinhard was then called. He
had learned his profession in Germany
and Switzerland, and iu Now York
and Chicago. IL bad had considerable
experience with disinfection in hospitals. As to disinfection by sulphur
he had always been Instructed to nse
it as a   vapor, in this   differing   from
I Dr. Aithur. This would have a damaging effect on fabrics but would be
effective. Previous to this case coming up he had preferred formalin but
since   studying   the   question he had
��� come to tho conclusion that sulphur
was Iho best.  Had ho boon conducting
[ a disinfection like the one in question he would have removed the fabrics out of the room. The formalin
is not so penetrating as sulphur. In
using formalin, to get thorough work
the articles should he removed and an
apparatus used to make it penetrating. 11 lie were disinfecting a jewelry
store he would use only formalin so
that the destruction by sulphur would
not follow. As to the dicolorntion on
tho forOeps the public did not like to
see it but for actual uso they wore
none Ihe worse.
In cross examiration by Mr. Macdonald Dr, Beinhard suid bo had read
of the health olllcer of New York having produced four cases in which disease germs were not destroyed by formalin.    He was surprised to read it.
This   niosed the plaintiff's case and
the defence was   called.      Dr.   LaBau
related receiving   information   of the
case of smallpox us city health officer.
He   had     arranged    for   the   patient
being   sent   to   the isolation hospital
and told Dr. Hall that the office would
have lo be  disinfected.     He had convention with   Dr. Hall when bo told
hiin   he   proposed   using   sulphur and
Dr. Hall had   no   objection,      Subsequently Mr.   McLeod   had been put in
charge of Or. Hall's   oflice and he did
the disinfecting in tlio rooms. Twenty
pounds of sulphur was used.  The rule
was three pounds of  sulphur   to 1,000
cubic feet of spade.     ln the  morning
the   windows   were   opened   that Dr.
Hall and Rose might cleau   out  their
otlices.   As to the proper mode he considered it was hnrning   sulphur.     He
would close up the room and burn thc
sulphur in the presence of water.    Ut
used a tub for thc   water,    Mr.   Mac-
donald's  questions lead to r reference
to thc inlos of the provincial board ol
healtb, and to bring  out the fact that
Dr.    I.allau   was   acting   under them
and was doing what he had authority
to do.    Mr. Taylor pointed out tbat it
was not sn contended in thc pleadings
and   Mr. Macdonald   would   have  to
keep to them.
Mr. Macdonald quoted tho Public
Health act of 1800 and the regulations
set forth there and pleaded the admis*
sion by the plaintiffs in their pleadings
that ho held that office. Dis honor
ruled against Mr. Macdonald but
allowed him to amend the pleadings
which he did by inserting a clause
pleading justification under the
health regulation.
Mr. Taylor held that this puf an
entirely new face un the case; he had
not studied the regulations sufficiently
to properly protect the interests of his
clients and asked an adjournment of
the case with coats against the defendant.
His honor decided that the case
should go on, the verdict of the jury
to be subjeot to decision on the point
of law. Mr. Taylor objected to this
and a compromise was made by ad
jouning the case until today.
Before the corn* adjourned, ns a
favor to the parties, bis honor beard
the   case   of Coombs vs.   Calaghan, a
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;W fiHi mm
Superior tp Alum Baking
Poyater s   Eq u a I to a ny
otlier AntiAliim Baking
Powder a'ndxosts but.
S^ half.tiie price. /
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suit for $";() wages claimed to have
boon earned at thc Meukin House,
Trail,, air. Whcallor of Wheallcr *
Wragge appeared for the plaintiff,
and R. Hodge of Rossland, for the
defendant. The verdict with costs
was given for the defendant.
A City of Wonder, Progress
and Prosperity.
Its Resources, Attractions and Tributaries.
Mark R. Thomas, the new manager
of the NoIhou Coko & Gas company,
has reached tho city and will today
take charge of the affairs of the company. Mr. Thomas is a gas man of
wide experience, having operated several eastern plants with great success.
Por many years he was manager of
Dunlins, (Int., gas works and is considered one of the smartcs1* managers
in the business. Prod liumett, the
retiring managor, leaves this morning
for Now York city. lie came here
two years since for thu purpose of
superintending tho erection of the
plant for the gas company, and since
that timo has beon the manager. In
this position ho has shown himself to
be able, energetic and has made the
works a financial success. Mi*. Burnett has made many friends since he
came to Nelson who wish him great
success in all of his future ventures.
He leaves Nelson for the purpose of
finding a wider field for his energies.
Mrs. Burnett, who is equally as popular as her husband, has beon visiting
friends in Seattle and will join Mr
Burnett at Hovel-toko.
D. R. Young managing   director   ot
the S'mllkameen Vulley Coal company
Huikec", lias   returned   from Ashnola
While   he   was   there   he   purchased
from Hon. Smith   Curtis  the propeity
owned by him and   known aa Copper-
field.    Tbo consideration   was   _:;(>,000
and $11,000 was paid down and tbo remainder   ie  to be   paid   at   intervals
running     over     a   period     of   eight
month!'.      The   old Uobert  Stevenson
ranch was also purchased for   810,000.
Tbo intention is   to amalgamate those
two properties  with   what   has  been
kown   as the Lamount   ranch to form
tho townsite of Ashnola.     Mr. Young
secured BOO leches of water on    Whip**
saw and Nine-Mile creeks. Thu power
in tiliese creeks will bo used   for   mining   and   lighting   purposes   by    the
Siniill_amoeu   Valley   Coal   company,
limited,    A full force of mtn was put
to work under  the superintendence of
11. 11. Pitts developing   tho coul mine
of tho company.     At   Ashnola a tlnr
teen room hotel has just been finished
and   several   moro   buildings   will be
under Construotiou   in   the   next   few
days.    W. C.   McLain loaves this eity
shortly   with   a   carload   of   grading
implements and horses for tho purpose
of   grading   tbe streets   of   Ashnola.
Mr. Young says that there is   considerable   of   a   boom   all   tbiougli   the
Similkameen section on account of the
anticipated construction of tlie   Coast-
Kootenay road and that tho people aro
pouring in   there from all directions,
The old idea that the body sometimes need's a powerful drastic puga-
tive pill has been expodod; for Dr.
King's New Lifo Pills, which are perfectly harmless, gently stimulate the
liver and bowols to expel poisonous
matter, cleanse the system and absolutely euro Constipation and Sick
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Advertisements lnsorted uuder thin head ai
the rato of oao cent a word por lnnorUon. No
advertisement taken for Iosh than 2d con'**.
Situation Wantod advertisements hiBort.'d
three t im, - freo of charge.
t*'OR SAL10.���A tame doe fawn; would
make   nioe   pot,     perfectly   docile.
Apply A. H. S , Granite siding.
ITUBNISHED Rooms,   every convenience: south cast cornor of Carbonate
and Josephine streets.
POR RENT���Home Temperance hotel,
80 bedrooms, dining room, parlors,
kitchen, all furnished Complete; _7.">
per month. Apply to A. li. (Jumble,
agent, llakcr street.
ROOMS TO RENT.���K. VV. 0. Block-
Two rooms on suite on Ward st.,
also rooiuH facing the west. On September 1, two siri-io rooms und two
or threo eu tu.to fueing Baker st.
Furnished or unfurnished. Mrs. K.
J. Squ.re, Room 41,  K.    W. C. Block.
I ROOM and board in   private   family.
Apply on Silica  Btreet, second   door
I west of Ward.
I WANTED.���A   good,   smart   girl   or
young lady to do paper folding, ono
I accustomed   to   the   work    prefeirod.
[Apply Miner oflice at once.
| NELSON Employment Agency, llakcr
street,    l'hone *J7S.   J. II. Love.
WANTED.���Second     Cook.       Two
I Minors.    Sawyer.   Edgcr for sawmill
I Oirls for houswork.    Waitress.
Contracts taken   for   Diamond   Core
| Drilling.
Are you in want? If you are, tell
the people, through The Miner want
column, what you arc in want of.
You'll get it.
 .    N. M. Cummin*, La-tooo���ICvury knowu
vuriuly of noil driiikn.   I' O Hox 88.   Telethon
No. Bis Hoovor Slrcul, NoIhoiu   Hottlurn of lhe
r.uiiiju.*. tiu Loon Jl'-: Hpi iiik- Mineral Wulor
C^IANK fit MACJJONAI-I) (H. Cane, Jamo
J A. Miu**.lun.tl��n .\k hitert.- und Hupurlu
t .'inl.-iLir*., Broken Hilt lilock, oornor ljakor aud
Ward tilreoiH, Nelson
J. KVANtJ & CO.���Baker struut, Nel
non���Wliolcrfalo dealer* iu llquorn, cl-
Karu, owinont, life brick and lire ffluy, water
pipe uud mI.ui.t1 mil-, and tf^nural coiuuiititiion
MACDONALD   & Co.-Cornor   Fron
    and  Hall Streets���Wholesale  grocer
imd jobbers in blanktiUi, glove**, uiiLte, boota
rubberH, nmrkim.w-. and uiinerH' nuudriot*.
Owned by and backed by ll.e payroll
of tiie Siniiluuniecn Valley Goal Company, Ltd., situated on the bunks of
the Similkameen Uiver nnd on the
land known as the Scott. Lamont und
Stevenson ranches, in all about 1,1)00
acres, a portion of whicli has boen
platted and known as Coppcrfield, by
Mr. Smith Uurtis, and Is now owned
by tho company
Ashnola is located in the centre of
the Similkameen Vulley, about three I Kootenay
miles from Kennedy anil Copper
mountains. These mountains uro
known to be among the richest iu
copper uud gold in BritiBh Columbia,
ln addition to these preoious metals
silver, lead and iroo oies can be
obtained from Boulder Creek, Roach
Rivor and 20-Mile Cieck altogether
making a fi-io fluxing ore, within
three lo twenty miles or Ashnola,
which ia underlaid with line seams of
semi-bituminous and soiiii-antliracitc
coal, thioe scams in all, erne lil'toen,
one twenty and tho other at least
thirty-five feet thick.
The company have also secured .100
inchos of water from Whipsaiv and
Nine-Mile creeks, which is already
brought on to tlio townsite, by means
of ditches and Humes, with a fall of
over 600 feet, thus giving power for
electiic light, in addition to_\vator for
smelting and city purposes.
The company ulso hold 0,400 acres
of fine coal land, surrounding Ashnola, under which exists the same
seams of coal, which land is covered
with at least, twenty-five million feet
of line timber.
The promoters of this company also
control over 15,00(1 acres of fine coal
lands, 5,0011 acres of this is underlaid
with the finest of coking coal, all of
which is to be used lo the advantage of
tho company and the upbuilding of
the City of Ashnola.
The townsite is nil that ooulii be
asked and u carriage could bo driven
over the greatei portion of it, without
any grading being done whatsoever.
There aro entire blocks of lots that
are as level as a lloor, although us a
wholo there is u splendid fall, giving
Ino   drainuge   to the wholo townsite,
to   tho
A full force of mon is now al. work
and will he kept on continually during the coming year, developing the
company's coal mine, thus making a
substantial payroll for Ashnola, as
well as putting tho mine in shape to
ship thousands of tons of coal per
day, with tho advent of railway
From tins accompanying map, it can
be seen that the coast,  as well ns   the
ind American   markets  can
be reached with a very short haul and
us a greater part of tho company's
coal laud cun bo worked by a tunnel,
tho company cun undoubtedly deliver
coal to the ubove markets with us
handsome a proiit its any coal com-1
pany in British Columbia, all of
which should tend lu advance the
shines of tho coinpany far more
quickly than thoso of tho Crow's Nest
or any other company in British
Columbia lt will bo noted that the
company have endeavored to givo thc
public tho fnllont information possible, since its earliest conception, und
now solicit the fullest investigation
as to the above stated facts
Four stakes and a blue print map
are not tlie only resources of a lot in
the City of Ashnola. On tbo contrary
sidewalks will be laid, electric lights
in.* ta'lcd, water and soworago mains
ci nipl ted, business blocliH with
mooern improvements erected,and last
but not least, to back the entire town-
site, a substantial payroll.
Tlio property will more than verify
tho abovo statements and the surrounding country is ono of vast resources with almost a southern
The ollicers and directors of tne
company aie:
President���T. W. Holland.
Vice-President- -V. li. Wi lson,
Secretary���S. M.  Hryd ,es.
Treasurer ���H. J. Robie.
Bourd of Directors���T.  W. Holland,
sapitalist, Grand Forks,  II. C.; P. E.
Wilson,     barrister,    Nelson,    B.   C. ;
Robert     Hamilton,    Wm.     Hamilton
Mfg.   Co.,   Vnnooucr,   15.   C.��� D.   K.
Young, journalist,   Nelson, H. 0.; W.
C. McLean, R. K. oontiactor,   Nolson,
II. C.
H. C.
Solicitors-- Gallihei & Wilson.
Bankers���Hank of Montreal. Managing Dirontor-D. R. Young. Ileal'
Oflice of the company ���Nelson, II. C.
And the following are thc promoters and shareholders in tho Similkameen Valley Coal Company, Ltd.,
���.-.hich owns the City of Ashnola:
T. W. Holland, Esq,, capitalist,
Grand Forks, B.C.! 1'. B. Wilson,
Esq., barrister, Nelson, 11. C. ; Robert
Hamilton, Esq , manufacturer, Van-
couer, II. C.; E. V. Ilodwell, Esq.,
K. C, barrister, Victoria, B. C. ;
Capt. .1, W. Troup, C. 1'. R. official,
Victoria, li C.; Capt. .1. T. Duncan, mine owner, Nolson, B. C. ; L.
V. Duff, Esq., K. C, banister. Victoria, H. O.; W. 0. Mo Lean, Esq.,
railway contiactor, Nolson, II. C. ; II.
II. Pitts, Esq.. ex-mayor of Bandon,
Nelson, II. (1. j II. J." Robie, Esq.,
merchant, Nolson, H. 0.; C A.
Young, Esq., mino owner, Nolson, B,
C.; .1. S. Lawrence, Esq., railway
official, Nolson, B, C. | Frank R.
.Smith, Esq., mining engineer, Fernie, B.C. ; S. M. Brydgee, broker,
Nelson, II. C. j M. L. (iiimnidt, EBq.,
L. L. I!., Barrister, Sandon, H. C.;
W. W. Fellows, accountant, Sandon,
II. C. : .1. M. Ilollund, Esq., railway
official, Grand Foiks, il. C.: F. M.
Holland, Esq., financier, Toronto,
Out.; John McLaren, Esq., chief of
police, Greenwood, II. C.; Robt. Mc*
Taggart, mine operator, Sam oil, U.
C.; (ieo. M. Phillips, Esq., mereJiant,
Nelson, B. C. ; A. W. Walmsloy, Esq.,
merchant, Nulson, li. C.; A. Fisher,
merchant,Sandon, II. <*. ; liyron Cliffo,
Esq., journalist, Bandon, B, C. i J.
Biadshaw, Esq., railway official,
Nelson, II. C. ; Thos. Stevenson, Esq.,
merchant, Spokane, Wash.; Frank
Aiken, Esq., mine oeprator, Prince
ton, II. 0.
And the official brokers of the company aro:
R. J. Steel, Nolson, B. C.; Voildor
& Cunningham, Greenwood, B. 0,; J.
E. Church, Victoria, B. C,; O, b.
Douglas, Vancouver, B. C. ; W. W.
Fallows, Sandon. II. C.who will furnish any further information required.
WANTED.- Waitress,Girls foi Bouse-
��� woik. Men for Railroad work,
men for sawmill, sciond cook *,.">�� per
month, stone tnuson.
Western Employment Otlice, H. A.
Pressor,  Phono U.u.
Storage���I have a large warehouse
for storing ��. household or other
FOUND���A   Kilvsr emblem, evidently
the property of a pressman.    Owner
can   have   same   by   calling   ut   this
i iti.i:  niniiia ..uid   Properties��� We are
ituxloUH lo m-i-ure a few freeuillllilK H'llil
prnpcrllCH ut once. The ProHpector'H Exchange, A'clnou. tt. C. Boom 4, K.-W.-C.
BURNS & Cq,-Bakcr Htreet, Nolton-
Wholwale dtfalcrtj iu frouh aud cured
iin.ui*-!.   Cold riioniKf.
Bakec SLruot, Nelson��� wholesale dea.
era in fn.-.-.h auQ ourud moaU.
 atrooL,  NoIhou ��� wholesale dealan iu
hardware,  minor*'  duppUuH,  HporUuK  goodu
M'LACHI-AN BKOS. (Succeswors lo Van
oouvor Hardware Co, Ltd.) ilakor Street*
N ulHon��� \V'holesale  dealer* iu   IwtrUwaru aud
liiiimiK i-mpijlH'c, plumbeti1 and ' uiMi'iili*-.' blip
painiH, niln aud ><)������������������-; mucl
Agents fot Ontario Powier Work;
.lN    patulH, uiiri and k^-***--; mechanic*' looltt
llCri'   lOOlM
<.OII^U.VUUOi'l'HMI-l>    Milieu    and
pruHpci-ls wanted.  Send report and hmu-
pleHtollie ProKiiPCtor'n Kxcbunge. Nclftou.
B.C.   Uoom I K..-ttV���_ block.
t I-.URNKR, HKKTON & Co.-Comer Vernon
X and Josephine titreots, Nelson���Whole
salo flealera In liquoru, cigars, and dry -good-d,
Agont* for I'.-br-t. Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
aud Calgary brewing Co of Calgary.
HUDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholohalo groceries
and liquor* ulc, Baker Streot, Ncl*on.
Has Money to Loan at 8 per Gent.
On     improved     Real       Estate    in
amounts ol ol.'JuO ami upward*.
Loans quickly in i.,n,"dl.
I'l'liice,    four,    live   and nix   roomed
houses for rent.
5-Roomed Cottage for sale, if 1,700.
Two M-foot building lotB , $5U(1.
IiiHiirance, Ileal Estate,  Rentals.
Will pay the highest oash price for ali
kinds of seoond hand goods. Will bay
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle, furniture, stoves, oaiports,
"ooklng utensils, bought Id household
quantities. Also cost off clothing.
Jnll and see me or write. Address
Silver King Hike, Box 200, Hall
Street, Nolxoii. B   <���
Olllcu corntir Hall and Front tiutiets
**o1koii���Lumber, celling, flooring, and ovory
: liing In wood for building purposoii. UoL out
pricus.   Correspondence uollcilcil.
GALLON fc ( O.-Dealcro ln oro sacks
_ _ and twines. Always a lurge stock on
Imiid. Tolciilioiui isii.  Koom 11, lv. W.-c Block
Thero are over 20,000 trees and
slirulia now growing in the Itiversido
Nurseries, Orand Forks, ombi'aoiug
nearly all varieties suitable for the
Kootenay climate.
Jewels, eandv, tloweis, man-that is
the order of 8 woman's preferences.
JewelB form a magnet of mighty
powei to the average woman
that greatest of all jewels, health
often" rumen in the strenuous
to make or save the money to purchase them. If a woman will risk her
health to get a coveted gem, then let
her fortify herself against tho insidious conseqnences of coughs, colds and
bronchial affections by the regular
use of Dr. BoBchee's German Syrup.
It will promptly arrest con.umptlou
its early stages and heal   tbo
Patenaude Bros.
West Transfer Co.
Goal ffiWood
lungs uud bronchial tubes and drive
the dread disease from the syBtem. It
is not u ouie all, but it is a certain
sure for cooghs, colds and ull bronchial troubles. You cun get Dii 0.
D. tlreen's reliable remedies at W
F. Teeizel & Co. tiet Green's Special
rf /HJtr/CCu    *MAL/*Us**-r\4 TtAS
4xl $At/wL
Dominion and
LaDd Surveyor.
0AfiS.-Mi.Al_S a la 0ARTE.
Fir  and  Tamarac
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work*
Office on Baker Street, Tel. 33
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
%r<SL0- ******** *g->-S
Branch. Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Bandon, Thrue Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by moll to ��������_��� branch will bave careful a-ad crompt attention.
To  All   Eastern   Points  via
Lake Route, All-Rail or Soo
Line, via  St.   Paul   or  Chi
Close eonnection Enst and Westbound nt Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all pointH West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for .East a��;lb a m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:15 a*m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 8*00 p*m.
WeBt-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francises, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation Bust
hound lniiiiiK connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North-Wesl
and North-Land of theNo^taora Steamship Company Lup, upeRfjEf'-in connection with the on-lit Northern liail-
For further information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent ot Spokane
Falls & Northern Ky., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Kootei ai Railway & Navigation
Oo , or to
City Pass, and Tkt   Agt,  W  701  W,
Riverside Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
U. K. TAUJt ABURY, Local Agent,
Kelson, B.C
BUFFALO. $76.00.
Sixty    Days'    Limit.
Good going Oct. i-15th
Through Sleeping Cars Kootenay Ldg. to Toronto. Arrowhead to Vancouver.
Fw  pamphlets descriptive of Oan
adian Pud lie lours and for Time Tab
Rates, liakett.  apply
H. L. BitowN,
City Passenger Agent]
, 9. Oabteb,
Dis. Pass. Agt.
a. a P. A.
���Hue BKOBtKlt. (IOTAK1  ITHL1
Wlndarmere Minn.  GarrwiondtnoaSollelte
Ma, I'll llll**n:Mlf^,1_i>'��ni, iiKi-rf. yfrt   ,, r i i��'1>��iBg_
IV2L80K bA-LY Wmk W_-J.--.i-l-JAY, UtT-���_.___. Ij  !9t��
yb^__5^tejgflKgjgMagiAi. w.iHi^Miii r
I'ti'irr i "iiifri-i^-'-   - -11 iii'm -   i tb i 'rn jfcgg^jjjgjaijtf^^gMMjttit
tvohavcoa f**,l8(6r
I few days tt Hn6 of
Remnants   of
Thr    onormous halo
of our well-known
hiu. loft 111 with a
few oddi and end*
th ��� ', wowirhto clear
���WV-,   i\   iM-VVWVWVWVWI
{Tbo tng Vedette yesterday towml a
bargo with n loiul of dynamite from
NelBon to tb�� magazine at I'uwdur
l'oint where it will lie stored.
A new brewer lias conir tu town to
assist iu tlie management of the
Imperial Brewery. He is one day old
and will make liis home witb Mr.
and Mrs. P.  V.  Emerson.
A meeting of the managing committee of the Nelson Operatic society
will be held tonight at 7.30 o'clock in
the oflice of Dr. LaBau. All members
of the committee are particularly requested to attend.
The task of putting in place the
new bridge for tho C. 1J. R. across thc
Columbia below Hobson is making
good headway. The bridge should
be ready for tbe passage of trains by
the 'niddle of December.
It 'has been decided to place a door
on Ward street in the new postofiice
as well as the one on Vernon Btreet
allowed for in the original
Architects Cane & Macdonald have
prepared   plans allowing the   change.
Reports coining from the Northwest
territories stato that the weather is
still keeping very dull and cloudy,
with the result that grain shipment-.
afe sMIl delayed. It is not known yet
how much damage was done by the
snow storm.
H. II. Qilmour, one of the members
of the legislature for the city of Vancouver, passed through Nelson the
other clay after completing a tour of
southern Kootenay. Mr. Uilmour
has not yet stated where be stands in
the political entanglement. He states
in fact that there is now nothing to
express an op:mon about and that
when tho present choas settles into
linn land he will know which side
cortics nearest to his views,
Sent for Letters About Grape Nnts.
boxes   oi gold   and greenbacks
>,ent   tu persons writing in
ng .i-'l   truthful   letters  about
d   Unit   has been done by the
r.-pc-iNuts food.
the   ft
use cf
:.<) Utile boxes, each containing a
$10 gold piece, will be sent the lo
writers of the mosi interesting letters.
20 boxes eaoh containing a So gold
pioce to the 'JO next most interesting
writers, aid a $1 greenback will go to
each of tho :ioo ���next best. A com
mittoe of three not n'f" ibflrs of thu
Postum Co., will me, oec'Hio.*! bo-
tweun Dec.  lit. and 10th, 1901.
Wrrte plain, sensible letters, giving
detailed fuels of ill health caused
from improper food and explain the
improvement, the gain in strength, in
weight, or in brain power after using
Grape-Nuts food.
It is a profound fact tbat most alls
of humanity Dome fiom improper and
���on-nourishing food, such as white
bread, bo< biscuit, starchy and uncooked   ��� *     nis, eto.
A cb. Dge to jeifoctly fooled, predi*
gested ioi I ..,;o Grape-Nuts, scientifically made and containing exactly the
elements nature requires for building
the delicate and wood, rful cells of
braiu and body, will quickly change a
half sick person to a well person.
Food, good food, is Natuc.'s strongest
weapon of  defense.
Include in the letter the true names
and addresses, carefully written, of 20
persons not very well, to whom we
can write regarding the food cure by
Almost everyone interested in pute
food is willing to huve his or her
name appear in the papeis for such
help as they muy offer the human
race. A request however, to omit
name will be respected. Try for one
of the '.I'M prizes. Bvsry one has an
equal show. Don't write poetry, but
just honest and interesting facts about
the good you have obtained from the
pnre food Urape-Nuts. If a man or
woman has found a true way to get
well and keep well, it should be a
pleasure to stretch a helping band to
humanity, bv telling the facts.
Write your namo and address
pin.nly on litter and mail promptly
to the I'ostum Cereal Co., Ltd, Battle
Creek, .Mich.
A meeting of the Wholesale Grocers'
association, which Was called for lint
evening was adjourned alter a short
session until Thursuay afternoon at a
o'olook, at the office of J. Y, Griffith
Sc Co.
Yesterday Charles E. Miller purchased tbree acres ot land, also a
house and lot, situated at Powder
l'oint. from J. E. Annable Mr.
Miller intends fitting his property up
fcr a summer residence.
The position of driver for the tire
team which was left vacant by the
sudden resignation of Driver Boyd
has been filled by the temporary appointment of E. Stutter, which will
probably be made permanent at the
ni'it meeting of the council.
Col. W. N. Brayton returned to Nelson yesterday fron* the new townsite
of Ward in which he is extensively interested. Tho surveying and laying
out of tbe town has been nearly completed and a general Rtore and a hotel
have beon arrangod for and will bo
built shortly.
There aro rumors current that a
new deal is being engineered between
lhe Athabasca and the Venus Companies for the acquisition by tim
former of the latters' properties. The
deal is in the formative stage and
nothing uutboritativu concerning it
can yet be suid.
At the Phair Cafo a new mahogany
bar of fine make has just been installed. It is 20 feet in length und is
ornamented with columns, carving*-,
eloctrio chandeliers and mirrors of
French plate g'ass. The main mirror
is 54 by 120 inches and the side mirrors 28x50 inches. It is one of the
handsomest bars in tbe Kootenays and
forms quite an attractive feature of
the cafe
The funeral of Mrs. Morley, deceased wife of Wilfred Morley, took
place on Monday afternoon from her
late residence on Victoria street to
the cemetery. The Kev. J. H. White
pastor of thc Metbodist chinch oon*
ducted the services. A large number
plan. I0' beautiful wreattrfei were contributed by friends of the family. Tbo
members of the looal Barbers' union
of which Mr. Morley is a member
fullowed tbe remains to thc cemetery
and contributed a handsome wreath.
At the record oflloe yesterday the
following locations were entered:
Key, on north fork of Salmon river,
tbree and one half miles from Erie by
William Flanagan; Custer, on Erie
mountain two and a half miles northwest from Erie, by W. J. Wilson.
Certificates of work were issued to
Joseph Campbell on Rustler; Jesse
Graham, oa Springfield; and Alex
MoCuaig ou Port Line. Transfers,
one-half interest In tbe Monitor,
from Wiliam Flanagan to Martha
Collins; one-qinrter interest in the
Fissure from William Flanagan to
Martha Collins, and one-half interest
in the Standard from William Flanagan to Martha Collins.
A rather amusing procession was
witnessed on Baker street yesterday
afternoon when about two-score
Italian laborers marched along in
single file, wearing new hats,
although the rest of tbeir uttire in
many cases was decidedly plain. The
explanation lay in the fact that a certain merchant who is selling out having a large number of stiff felt nats
on hand which bo was anxious to get
rid of had cut the price down to 25
cent each. Some of the Italians who
arrived with the large party from the
coast the night before spied the hats
with the price csrd on and immediately went in and secured one each.
Coming out the rest of the party saw
them and made a bee-line for tbe store
buying out the lot, and then promenading along the stroet. Tbe steamer
Kokanee took tbe whole crowd up to
the Lardo to work on railway com
strnction last night.
Erie; tl. 0. Ear'unek. Salmo; S. Des*
Urisay, D. A. Cameron, Ed. Lind,
Grand Ceutrul-P. Rahal, Molly
Gibson mine; D. J. Mcl.aeiilan. Sandon; A. J. McPherson, Chioago; Wm.
Browning and son, Republic.
Mrs. Enfield desires to announce to
the ladies of Nelson that her Milllin
ery opening will take placo on Tuesday and Wednesday, 1st and 2nd of
October, in the Opera Uonse lilock
next dou:- to postotlice.
Within tho past few days a star of
magnificent brilliancy has appeared to
most of our readers. On close examination it proves to be Mario I,amour
starring in "A Wise Woman." Manager Aosable says that by this discovery wc are placed in possession of
observation which proves that this
luminary Is approaching with great
velocity, and that she will be distinctly visible to the people of thiB
eity in her radiance at an early   date.
If ycu don't lilto Blu-j Ribbon Tia it's
because you   ever tasted it.
Will always have n well tried an* reliable
rcmody in tlio liousofor Baslds and burns, ns
nrridcni - me liable to occur at any time wil limn warning, Griffiths' Mentlml Liniment
.���tup- the burning Bonsai Ion Instantly anil pro*
duoos iliui soothing and cooling Bensation, a
viri ue pOBSomod only by this remedy, No home
Mhniililtii! wlthoutlt.   l'i're 25 cents.
Kor Rale by J. P Vanstoiii* Vpi-ion. B. o.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Montreal
Allan Lino Tunisian Oct. I
Allan Lino Corinthian .., Oct, 12
Allan Lino Parisian Oct. 19
Beaver Uno Jiaku Slmcoo Oct. 4
Beaver Lino Ijako Manitoba Oct. 11
Ilea vor Lino Lake Onlnrio Oct, 18
From Portland, Me.
Dominion Lino   Vancouver , Oct. 12
Domiuion Linu  Dominion Oct* 19
Domiiiou Dine Oambroman Oct. 26
Fiom Boston
Dominion Dine- Now England Oct.  9
Dominion Dine < 'oninionwealth Oct. 23
Cunard Dine Ivernla  Oct. 19
Ounard JUne Baxonla Nov. 2
From New York
..Oct. 5
.Oct. 12
.Oct. 19
Oct. 2
.Oct,  9
Ounard Lino Campania	
Cunard Lino   I'mbria  . ....
Ounard Dine Ducinia	
White Star Line Uormania	
VVhitoStar Line Mojestlo      	
White Star Line Oceanic Oct. Mi
American Line Philadelphia, .Oct. 2
American Line St, Paul Oct, 9
American Line   St. Louis../ Oct. 10
Miss Weddap, of the Palace bakery,
loft yesterday for Spokane.
K. Jaoobs, the well known journalist of Greenwood, is a guest at the
Lee Coombs, of the Rossland Warehouse and Transfer company, is a
guest at thc l'hair.
Joseph Morris, of the firm of Crow
Sc Morris, is here on a visit from
Rossland, to the Nelson store of tbe
W. F. Dubois, superintendent of the
Arlington mine, Slocan, is in the city
on a business visit, lie is quartered
at the Phair.
W. Bennett, head cutter for P.
Horns Sc Co., at Nelson, leaves today
for Trail to take charge of the branch
store at that town,
Hume���T. L. Carr, Moyie; Col.
Brayton, Kaslo; Clayton 3, liorry-
man, Upokane; O. A. Carman, Vanconver; Miss Read, Viotoria; F. P.
Wilson, Vancouver; W. Bt. Anderson,
Erie, B. C.
Phair.���A. E. Rowland, Toronto;
K. Hudson, Robson; D Strachan,
Kaslo; A. McQueen, Urand Forks; E.
Jacobs, Greenwood; Lee Coombs,
Queens��� K. A. Hilton, Silverton;
S.   Brooke,   Kamloops;    J.   Cicouit,
Further palling for the abovo linen also
French, Rod .Star, Holliiiul.Ain'jrican, H, A. P,
Co., N. U. Lloyd on application,
Gen. Agent, Winnipeg, Man.
J. S. CARTER, D. P. A,, Nelson,
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Shortest and quickest route to the cant and all
points on the 0. K. & N. and Northern Pacific Railways ln Washington. Oregon and
Southorn States.
Time Card Effective August 1, 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry.
S-Sla. m. Lv.
10:50 p.iu. Ar.
Hai i don
Ar. 4:00 p. m.
Lv. 1:15 p. m,
Int Nav* & Trading Co-
5:20 jt. m. Lv. Nelson Ar. 11:00 a. m.
!J;1U p. m. Ar. Kaslo Lv. 7:00 a. ni,
OonnooUng at Five Milo Point with Neluon
���& Fort sheppard Railway both to and from
Rossiond, etc.
Tickets Bold to all parts in United State*, and
Canada via Great Northern andO. R. & N.
C0.'s Him" .
Ocean steamship tickets and rales via all
lines will bo furnished on application,
For further particulars call on or addroofl
Itanutter��� KaHln.B, C
G. K TAOSABUBY Apron I, Nelson B. C.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always In
Wo carry n romplele slock of Const Flooring
Colling, In-iilo jriiush, Turned Work, Booh ana
Doom. Speolal onler work will roculvoprouipl
attention'   Mull unlorn HOllcitod.
Porto EiooLumberCo.,
nd Oillcc-.Ho*..lrvT nnd Vornon Ht.. Nolson
Certificate of Improvements
"Warfare" Mineral Claim, situnte in
the Nelson Mining Division ol West
Kootenny Distriot.
Whero located : On Craig Mountain
near Oralgtown.
Tnke notico thnt I, J. D. Anderson,
P.L.S., nf Trail, B.C.. agent for Mrs
Kntherlne Seed, Free Miners' Certifl-
No. 135(1,(171, William Seed, Free Miners' Certificate No. Bofi.lWj, and Gideon
Mndore, Free Miners' Certificate No
BS571. intend, (Hi dnys from
dnte hereof, to npply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining
a Grown Grant of the above olaim.
And further tnke notice that action,
nnder section H7, must be commenced
before tbe issuance of snch Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 5th day cf July, A. D
J. li, ANDEKSON.    ,
^,S&*_�� 4!& ^i^i^Pi _S&i__%/_^
The Nort
^^���^^^(J^-^jr'f'J^^Ej?^*-!?^ J^^^X*._^&^^^i__&SF^^!^_S^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^t -"Cffl&i,
western Development
incorporated under the laws of British Columbia.
Capital $1,000,000 in 1,000,000 Shares,   Par Value $1.00 Each.
All Treasury Stock.    Uo Promoter's and No Preferred Stock.
Cambourne Group, 9 Claims ' Oyster Group, 6 Claims.
Located in the Free Gold Fish River Camp, Lardeau Mining Division, British Columbia.
Large  Vei_)s; Free  Miiityg  Gold  Ore.
200,000 Shares Now Offered at 50 Cents per Share.
In view of the sf'endid showings of both high and low grade ore and the unrivalled facilities for thc
economical developing and working ofthe properties, it is confidently expected that, not only will the present
issue of stock be sold quickly, but th it no more will be offered at less than par.
Address all inquiries for information, or applications for stock to
P. O. Box 556, Nelson, B. C.
i% ���
Mil*      V
F   A
i _
i i
Official Broker
To the ladies we extend a cordial invitation
Millinery Opening on
and following days,
'ova   Hcotlm-IIiiliiax   Branch,   Antlgoni**'!
Bridgowater, Gujuboro. Londonderry, Lii
enburg. Mnltland (Hunt.-; Co.), 1'u'Um, Port
Hawkeabiucy, Sydney. ShubcnaoadicTruro,
New   Urn 11 snick ��� Bathursb,     Donvhestor,
Kredoricton, Kingston (Kent Co.), Mono-
ton, Nowcastlo, Sackvillo, St, John,Woodstock*
) r. E. l:.Ja__-_ -Ch'-rloiU'iown, Suniincns-idc.
Our display will be of French and i
American Pattern Hats. )i-
German Mantles and Automobile Coats,   American
Tailor Made Costumes and Silk Waists.
Baker & Ward Sts.
Special Features of the
Florence   Hot   Blast
Our New Idea Deflector Fire Pot greatly incrense.** the heating1 capacity of the stove, and in connection with the deflector ring forces the
heat to the lloor. The base is hot, the floor being warmer than W'th a
base burner.
The Hot Blast Attachment takes in the cold air through a duct at
rear of the fire pot, the heated air being discharged ia a circle at the
of fire pot, over fire, thus consuming all the gases and products of combustion. It can be operated in connection with the front draft door, or
independently, by a screw register in the rear of base, insuring complete
control of the stove with nearly perfect combustion.
The large Hot Air Circulating Flue on the back takes the cold air from
the floor and eiects it. intensely heated, through the top ad.'ing greatly
to the heating capacity.
Where the stove is operated according to directions we guarantee it to
consume all the gas contained in soft coal, thus deriving the benefit of
all the heat in the fuel consumed, causing a truly remarkab'e saving- of
fuel over any other stove on the market. The stove will hold fire
24 to 48 hours without attention.
"Zhe lRo\>al Bank of Canaba"
Incorporated 1869.
fiuiitiii An.Uorltcd,
���M.IMUI.IMIO.IIII I   < H|,linl   IMIil-lip,       ,     .     .        $*i,(MMl,llllll.llll
Hl'Hl. Htl.JIMI.IKHi.iiO
Hoard of Directum,     rhoma-s K. Kenny.  President]   Thonnw Hituhlo, VlcoTroHldiint.
WIloy Smith  H. G. Buuld, Hon. David MacKeon.
II1111I Otttcr, HuliriiM
General Managor, Kd*,on L. PeaHe, Montroal.
Superintendent of lkunclicH, and Seerolary, W. II. Torrauoo. Hallfat,
1*1*1111     on I
; *lic��*-Montroalr (City Odloo), Montroal
West Kml (for. Ntitro Diinio and Bolg-
nenrs Streets); .VoHtniount (Oor. Uremic
Avcntio and St. (.uLliarluot) Streot,
Ontario���I Hl4i wn.
"*i* .1 l.i 11 ml la nil   SI. John'fl.
Culm* ���* ,���*.! ladlei��� Havana.
I iiiiiil States -Now York llli hlnehaiiRO riuno
Republlo, Wash.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,
Vanconver East End, Victoria,
Canada���Merchants Bank of Canada.  Boston���National Shnwmul nank.
Trust, aod Savings Bank.   San I'mnclsco���First National Hank.
Scotland.   Paris,, France���Credit* Lyonnais.   Iterniiida*
ttan   I totiK Kong and Shanghai Hanking Corporation,
Ohleajfo��� lllfnotfl
loii.iiMt,   Kng.-Hank   ot
Hank of Hormufla,   ( niua mi.l Ju-
flnnAr-al R__.ni_-i.i__, d___.��_.        ro*  -    WKano-OM National Hank.
; ^W5_����s^^ ��-h
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Neltson, B.C.
{ NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C. ��
\ Gold, Silver-Lead  and  Copper Mines wanted at tlie EXCHANdE.   |
. FREE   MILLING   GOLD  properties  wanted at once for Eastern   ii
* investors.
J Parties having  mining property for  sale are  requested to send
> samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.
> We  desire  to  hear from prospectors who have promising mineral
J claims in British Columbia.
> Prospectors  and  mining  men   are requested   to make  tho  EX-
J CHANCE their headquarters when in Nelson. J
'           All samples Rhouhl be sent by express, PREPAID.                               7
1           Correspondence solicited,    Address all communications to ��
1 Telephone No. 104.   P. O. Box 700. NELSON, B. C.    >
"  ^*4*-v%*V***%-wW* r
1 The Canadian Bank of Commerce $
" With Which la Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid up Capital,   J8,000,000|   Reserve   Fund,   52,000,000;
Aggregate Resources Over 865,000,000.
HON, GEO, A. COX, President.      B. E. WALKER, General Manager.
London Office: 60 Lombard Street, B. C.
New York Office; 16 Exchange Place.
And 68 branchen In Canada und the Jnltcil States, including:
Atlin Qrkknwood Nei^on Sandon
CHANnnooic       Kamloops Nkw Westminster  Vancohveb
Feknik Nanaimo Rossland Victoria
YUKON DISTRICT-Dawson and White Horse.
UNITED STATES���New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Skaoway,
Savings Bank Department.
DeposltB Received and Inlprcut Allowed.  Present Rate 8 Per Cent
Nelson Branch.
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.


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