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Daily Edition No. 1275
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Tuesday,   February 25,  1902
Eleventh Year
Prince Henry Welcomed In
Washington Wilh Enthusiasm.
White  House   Ablaze  With
Illuminations as Never
Washington, Feb.21.���Prince Henry
:irriveil at tho Qei man embassy shortly
after 11 o'olock, the approach of the
party being announced by the shrill
notes of cavalry bugles. The Prince
occupied a carriage with Admiral
Evans, while back of them followed
the carriages of the distinguished
naval and military oflieers of Prince
Henrj 's suite and members of the
German embassy.
A battalion of engineers occupied
the avenue immediatly fronting the
embassy. As the party came into
sight, the band broke into "My
Country, 'Tie of Thee." Over the
embassy floated a flag which bas never
been seen in Washington before, the
personal flag of the Imperial family of
Germany. The Prince and his party
laid aside tbeir wraps and the confusion of arrival gave way to the calm
dignity with which affairs about the
Prince are conducted. The entire first
rluor of the embassy bad heen placed
at the disposal of the prince and his
personal stuff and soon the drawing
room, the smoking, room and the ambassador's study had their groups of
guests and officials. Prince Henry had
as his private study, the Japanese
room with its rich oriental furnishings and curios. The main body of
the prince's staff, after the call at tbe
White Bouse, proceeded to the new
Williard hutel where quarters covering the entire first floor were at tbeir
Tremendous cheering from the
crowds at 11.40 announced the coming
of the president to the embassy, to
return the call of Prince Henry. The
president drove an open landau with
Col. Bingham, his naval aide.^Commander Bowles following in a
Tbe president and the prince remained together for about ten minutes,
being left alone at first and later being joined by the ambassador when
their personal gieetings wero completed. There was no exchange of formal
addresses during the visit which was
strictly one of official etiquette
although it gave opportunity for expressions of mutual cordiality and
good will between the two nations.
The dinner given to Prince Henry
by President Roosevelt at the White
House tonight closed the honors
bestowed on tbe royal visitor by
official Washington today. The affair
was on an elaborate scale and brought
together a most distinugished company. To accommodate the large
number of guests, the dinner table
was set in the east room, the decorations of wnich were on the most mag-
nicfient scale ever attempted. An
effective and new feature of the decorations was thu electric light designs
and illumination. In tbe mirrors and
windows, the electric light designs
were in stars and anchors, emblematic
of Prince Henry's duties as a sailor.
The general effect of these decorations on the dining room was pink
and white. Music was furnished by
the marine band, which played a
number. of German and American
patrotic airs. Snortly before the clock
stiuck 8, Prince Henry arrived with
Admiral Evans, United States navy,
in an open carriage. As they left
the embassy, a large crowd had given
them a warm greeting and they were
accorded a hearty reception by the
large number of people who had sb
sembled aiound tbe port cochero of the
White House, were the guests assembled The dinner was Bet for S
o'clock and when that hour arrived,
the guests passed through the blue
room, where the presentations were
made and thence to the east room.
1'reident Roosevelt sat at tho bead
of the table with the prince on bis
right. On his left waB Lord Panuce
fote, the British ambassador. On thc
right of the prince was Count Cassini,
the Russian ambassador, while to the
left of Lord Pauncefote was the Mexican ambassador.   Opposite to the pres
right was Dr. Von Holleben, the German ambassaor, and to bis left the
Frenoh ambassdor. To the right of the
German ambassador was the Italian
ambassador, and to lhe left of the
French ambassador was Chief Justice
During the dinner, the president
proposed the health of the German
Emperor and tbe German people saying: "We admire their great past and
great present and we wisb them alt
possible success in the future. May
tbe bonds of friendship between the
two people ever grow stronger."
The president also proposed the
health of Our Gneat, Prince Henry of
Prussia, in these words: "In the
nnitkjof the American people I greet
and extend to you our warmest welcome and the assuranco of our heatiest
good will."
Following the toast of the president
to the German emperor, Prince Henry
arose and addresed himself to the
president, proposed a toast to nimself
and the people of the United States,
accompanying it with an expression of
good will and hopes for tbe continuation of triendly relations between tbe
German and American nations. Then
followed Mr. Roosevelt's toast to
Piinee Henry.
All Preparations Made For Floating
Emperor's Yacbt.
New York, Feb. 24.���The finishing touches on tho Emperor of Germany's new yacht were given today
and tonight everything was in readiness for the launuhing. The president and his party and the prince and
his suite will reacn the island by tbe
Pennsylvania ferry boat Philadelphia
under command of Capt. Carrol.
Directly under the cutwater of the
yacht 1b the bunting decked stand un
which Miss Roosevelt, Prince Henry
and President Roosevelt and two or
three others will stand. In the centre
of the little platform is a box about
three feet high. In to this box there
have been led the steel wire ropes
holding the weights leading to the
beams on either side of the keel and
about five feet aft of tho bow whicb
when released will cast loose the
cradle in which the yacht rests and in
which she will glide into the water.
These are caught by a line which Miss
Roosevelt will cut with a specially
made sterling silver hatchet. Tbe
outting of this rope will release the
weights and the yacht will immediately start down tbe ways.
The programme for tomorrow after
tho launching is to bring the prince to
the Hohenzollern where luncheon
will be served at 1 p.m. He will then
be taken to the battery where a military escort will receive bim at 3.80 p.
m. and thence to the city hall, where
he will be presented wilh the freedom
ol the oity. The ceremony is set for
4 p. in., tbe mayor'b dinner will be at
C.30 after which the prince will attend
the opera.
Suggestion Made That Britain Publish
Loid Pauncefote's Report.
Berlin, Feb. 24.���The rsply of Germany to the complaint of Lord Lansdowne, the British secretary of state
for Foreign affairs, concerning the
publication by Germany of tne despatch from Dr. Von Holleben, German ambassador to the United States,
with regard to tbe meeting of ambassadors in Washington, held on April
24th, 1808, and which asserts that Dr.
Von Bollehen misunderstood thut
action of Lord Pauncefote, the British
amabssador to tbe United States, at
that meeting, maintains the correctness of Dr. Von Hollehen's despatoh.
The reply of Germany suggests that
the British publish Lord Pauncefote's
report of this same conference.
Grand Forks, Feb. 24.���The third
furnace of the Granby smelter was
blown in this morning. This will in
crease the capacity of the plant to
1,125 tons per day, and when the
fourth furnace is blown in,which will
be as soon as the new pumps are installed in about two weeks, the
capacity will be 1,500 tons per day.
The converters of the smelter are now
turning out 1,000 tons of blister copper per month besides the silver and
gold values.
London, Feb. 24.���Lead, ��ll,12s.0d.
New York, Feb.   24.���Mexioan   dollars 43 1-2.   liar silver 54 7-8. Copper,
ident  sat Secretary Hay while   to his  quiet.    Load, firm.
Martin Claims Seat of Leader of Opposition
and Curtis Attempts to Remove
Him From It.
Resolution of House Finally Assigned All
Members to Seats Occupied by
Them Last Session.
Victoria, Feb.24.���Crowded galleries
witnessed tcday oue of the most disgraceful scenes in the history of the
legislature of British Columbia, when
members resorted to personal violence
to ocenpy one ot the chairs.
Tbe trouble all arose out of the fact
that Hon, Joseph Martin, now regarded as a supporter of the government,
as he has declared himself in interviews, is no longer leader of the opposition, and also to the fact that
Hon. Richard McBride iB cow leader
of an opposition of sixteen. The latter*
held their leader entitled to tbe seat
of tbe leader of the opposition while
Martin contended that be was. The
altercation began before the Speaker
took the chair, Martin calling McBride, who had takeu the seat,a bully
and a blaokguard. The latter pointed
out that the desk had been placed
there by the Sergcant-at-arms and
his name was on it. Martin stood
behind McBride's chair and as soon aB
the latter arose when prayers were
being read, slipped in behind him in
front of tbe chair. Bon.Smith Curtis,
who Bat next to McBride, sought to
jerk tbe chair from Martin and pushed
his own forward for McBride. As soon
as prayers concluded Martin dropped
into the chair and Curtis grabbed him
and pushed the chair baok. Mr. Gilmour, of Vancouver, and Mr.Molnnee,
of Soutb Nanaimo, jumped on Curtis
and held his arms while Ilawthome-
thewaite, of Nanaimo, came to the assistance of Curtis.
Finally Martin got the chair, while
McBride perched himself on the desk.
Thus matters stood all afternoon while
a bitter add noisy   debate was carried
| on on the question of who was entitled to the seat. The government
refrained, with the exception of Prentice, irom taking any part or in asserting authority. Finally Mr. Speaker
Pooley refused to rule in the mutter,
and going to the whole house, a resolution was offered by Meloncb that
members should occupy the seats held
by them last session and carried on a
straight party division of 19 to 10.
The scrap between Martin and
Curtis was greeted with cries of
"shame" and "put Martin^out" from
packed galleries.
Victoria, Feb. 24.���There was a disgraceful scene in the provincial legislature, this afternoon, Richard McBride, leader of the opposition, Jos.
Martin, leader of tbe party formerly
tbe opposition but wbi:h voted with
tho government last session, and
Smith Curtis, formerly Martin ����� first
lieutenant, ongaging in what narrowly aveited being a fist fight. It was
over the seat in the house usually
allotted to thc leader of the opposition.
McBrido took it when he entered the
chamber and when Martin arrived
there was a wordy war. McBride held
the seat until the chaplain arose to
read thn prayers. The new leader of
tho opposition rose also and Martin
slipped into the chair. Smith Curtis
threw him back aud Martin's followers sprang forward. It oame within
an aco of being a fist fight but resulted
in a war of words. The discussion
lasting all afternoon. Finally by
motion the members wore ordered to
take tbeir old seats and the house adjourned till tomorrow.
Gould Interest's Likely at Last to Get
a Pacific Terminus.
San Francisco, Feb.24.���The Examiner says that every indication points
to the belief that a big railway and
financial deal ls on the tapis,by which
George J, Gould's Missouri Pacili ,
will gain an entrance into San Francisco. Prince Poniatowski,S. F. Bullock, one of his partners in several
enterprises, and Senator Clark, of
Montana, are represented as being
conneoted witb Gould in his scheme to
extend the Gould railway system west
from Salt Lake to San Francisco.
Gould will make a tour of the coast
next month.
Tbe alleged railway scheme is said
to contemplate the erection of a fine
depot and hotel in this city. Then a
railway will be run south to the San
Mateo county line. From there on, a
road will be built to Los Angeles to
connect witb the line Senator Cl��rk is
building to Salt Lake. At the Utah
capital,Clark's road will connect with
Rio Grande and Western to Denver.
At Denver it connects with his Missouri Pacific to St. Louis From St.
Louis to Toledo he owns the] Wabash
road which is now being extended to
F. S, Bullock said he could give no
details, as publicity was likely to
spoil negoitations now in progress.
"Myself and others," he added, "are
acting for other parties, perhaps a
syndicate. While thore is something
in tbo story, it   is   premature   at this
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Niagara Falls, Ont., Feb. 24.���T.
Zeig, a brother at tbe Carmelite
monastery at Falls view, was killed
on Saturday by a vioious Jersey bull
be was . feeding. He found dead with
the bull standing over him.
President Withdraws His Invitation
to Dine With the Prince.
Washington, Feb. 24.���The following is the letter from the White Honso
withdrawing Mr. Tillman's invitation
to dine there tonight:
"White Honse, Feb. 24 :���The president regrets that he is compelled to
withdraw the invitation to you to
dine tonight at the White Houbb.
Very truly yourB, George B. Cortel-
you, secretary to the president."
Commenting upon the letter Mr.
Tillman says: "The president, of
course, has Ihe right to invite any ono
he chooses to dine with him officially
or otherwise, and also has the right to
witndraw such invitation. As 1 am
not conscious of having done anything
personal or official whicn gives the
president the rigbt to insult 1 am
surprised at his action. The invitation to tbe dinner came to me unsought and unexpectedly and so far as
the withdrawal 1b concerned it is a
matter of absolute indifference to me,
It is tbe motive behind it wbich seeks
to put me in tbe condition ot un-
worthiness to met the president and his
guests before final action by the
senate. Prince Henry, the president's
guest, comes from a country where
custom makes it obligatory upon any
man who regards himself a gentleman
to resent promptly an insult and the
mothod i3by challenge to a duel. That
was once the custom but it is now
ubsoleto in tho United States and who
have been forced as a people here to
cling to the old Anglo-Saxon rule of
considering the lie direct as the first
blow and no man could hold np his
head in decent society should he,boing
near enough to answer the lie with
blow, not fo give it.
"As for my being in oontompt of
the senate, which I piesumo
cuse for this insult at the hands of the TJTTTT T    "DTTTf T\
president, that I deny.      I   have been    If 1���1���1  D U 1���I���J
guilty cf a breach of the rules and tho
privileges of the senate. Thu senate i
was not sitting ns a court, but as a
legislative assembly. It has the rigbt
to expel me if it sees fit, and I am
ready to abide its judgment and lH!ITi6nS'
action. It has tho right to arrest me
and hold rae in custody,until it makes
disposition of my case, but it hus not
tbe right to gag me, and the president
bad no right to judge me of conduct
unbecoming a gentleman unless he
belies all his antecedents whioh lead
one to believe that be would have
done just as I did, miner the circumstances. As to which one uf us is the
gentleman in thiB matter, in view of
the unsought invitation to dinner at
tbe White House and its indecent
v it'udrawiil, I am willing to abide by
the judgment of all brave and self
respecting men.
Engine Wrecked and Train
Probably Killed.
Syracuse, N.Y., Fob. 24.���A wreck
is reported at Cayuga, 30 miles from
this city on the Auburn division of
the New York Central railway. Six
persons are dead. No particulars are
obtainable. The conductor of the
wrecked passenger train telographs
the officials here that no passengers
were killed in the wreck hut four
trainmen were seriously hurt.
Tho latest report received at the New
York Central station is this city are
that at least four people are still in
the wreck near Aurelis and that they
are probably dead. Superintendent
Brad field, of the western division of
the New York Central, will not give
any report at this time but admits
that it is a serious wreck.
Tho Auburn correspondent of the
Post Standard wires that the wreck
occurred two and a half miles esst of
Cayuga at 10.30, that a number of
people are injured and thut at least
one,a firman named Eben,is killed. A
train bearing tha injured to Auburu
is expected at nny moment. Both
engines are in a ditcb and it is reported that some dead may be in the
Now Within Five Hours Ride of the
Railway to Salonica.
Constantinople, Feb.24,���A dispatch
was received here today announcing
that Miss Stone and Mme. Tsilka, are
now at Strumitza, five hours' ride on
horseback from tho nearest connection
of tbe Salonica-Usaup railv ay. Miss
Stone is suffering from the strain of
the past ��ix months and is unable to
take the horseback trip. Miss Stone
and Mme. Tsilka will probably be
compelled to rest at Strumitza for a
few days, and then it is hoped to
bring them from Salonica to Constantinople.
Miss Stone Warned Not to Relato
Story of Her Capture.
London, Feb. 25.���In a dospatch
dated Salonica, the correspondent of
the Daily Graphic says tho brigands
escorted Mies Stone and Mme Tsilka
to tbe outskirts of a village called
Kharddousur, near Strumitza,aud then
told them they were free. M, Gar-
ginlo.dragoman of the American lega-
iton ai Constantinople, bas wired the
former oaptlves to refrain from any
statement regarding their capture or
detention until they have seen John
G. A. Leishman, the United States
minister to Turkey.
Boston, Feb. 24.���The American
board of foreign mission late this
afternoon received a cablegram from
its representative, W. W. Peet, sent
from Yenetikani, Bulgaria, saying:
"Stone's deliverance completed, inform friends."
Gapaclty of New
Canadian   Pacific
Both   Liberals and Conservatives Protest Many-
Montreal, Feb, 24.���The capacity of
tbe new Canadiau Pacific shops hero
will be 120 locomotives per year and
from 20,000 to 25,000 cars per year.
Election protests are increasing.
Tho Conservatives havo protested the
elections of Brunet, in St, James
division, of Montreal; Keith, in West
Durham, and Arch Campbell, in West
York. The Liberals have petitioned
against J. E. Leonard, of Laval; Gus
Porter, of West Hastings, and 11.
Avery, of Addlngton.
B. C. White,the founder of the Clyde
Iron, works and a prominent Mason,
died  today, agod 64.
Committee Not Satisfied With Canadian Sculptor's Work.
Winnipeg, Feb. 24.���Tbe committee
having in ohargc the construction of a
Manitoba memorial statue to the late
Queen Victoria, today decided to reject both designs submitted by M.
llenert and Hamilton McCarthy, tbe
Canadian sculptors. They will opon
up correspondence witli Alfred Gilbert, R.A., of London, with a view to
bis submitting designs.
Hon. James Ross,governor of Yukon
territory, passed through Winnitpg
s tho ex-J today unroute to Ottawa.
Welshmen Exiled There Do Not Wish
to Come to Canada.
Toronto, Feb. 24.���Edward A lion
was sentenced to 23 months in uie
Central prison today for stealing parcels from express delivery sleighs. He
was released from St. Vincent do Paul
on y recent y n connection witb a
sl.lllar charge in Montreal.
The Evening Telegram's London
cable says: A cable has been received
by the Daily Mail from Buenos Ayres,
which states that the Welshmen in
Patagonia have no desire to leave that
country for Canada.
Venezuelan Government Has Met a
Series of Reverses.
Willemstodt, Feb. 24.��� In spite of
the bulletins of victories over the in
sugents published by the Venezuelan
government, advises received here
from Caracas indicate tliat tho revolution is gaining ground daily. New
uprisings are reported in almost all
parts of the country, notably in the
Tachira district, on the Colombian
frontier, and in the vicinity of Barcelona where the insurgents are concentrated.
It waB also asserted that General
Mato's revolutionary steamer Libertador having landed ammunition,arms
and reinforcements at Pedernales, in
the Gulf of Paria, the insurgents
assembled at Maturin, assumed the
offensive and defeated the government
troops at Elpitar, a village situated
fifty kilometres from Karupao, state
of Ilermudese. The latter place ia
said to bo threatened by tbo insurgents.
The report that thc insurgont, General Biera, had been defeated by the
government troops at Sanca has not
been continued. The Venezuelan
government continues *" cbuec numerous arrests hero and there of persons
believed to be hostile, with tlie result
that tbe population generally is becoming exasperated.
Fell From Wearer's Pocket and Ho
Suffers a Serious Wound.
Rossland, Feb. 24.���James Moeks,
proprietor of the Grand saloon, was
badly hurt hero today by the accidental discharge of a rovolver. He was
standing in the Rossland saloon whon
the gun woro a hole through his Jiip
pocket and was discharged on striking
tbe floor. The builet entered tho
lower part of the body and pene-
tratud him. The injured man's condition is serious.
Mrs. Mary Janu Martin, aged 1)9
years, committed suicide hero this
morning by taking carbolic acid. The
deceased was a well-to-do widow but
suffered from bad health for many
months, rosulting in melancholy.
Munte Carlo, Feb. 34.���Play io tho
international chess masters' tournament now in progress in this city was
resumed today. When the UrBt adjournment was mado Pillsbury had
defeated Koggio; Mortimer had lost to
Tarruselie; Albin had disposed of
Scheve, and Miotes and Schlechter
had drawn,
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���Jentral Prase Agonoy, Ltd., Bpeolal Agenta
Refining and Smelting Co. is thought
to he directly due to its efforts. By
this action it also drove out of the
country the competition of a powerful
combination, and the lack of competition is being severely felt by the lead
miners. If tbe C. P. R. could have
its way, besides driving the American smelting company forth, it
would also drive out all competing
lines of railway in order that it might
have full sovereignty in what its leading ollicera are pleased to term "their
territory." But few, however, would
care to live in a country where it bas
full sway.
Aloxandcr Sc fo., 521 Kirat Avonuo, SpoVano'
*Va h., keep Ihirt paper on file, and are our
authorized agoutn for advortlHementu and aub-
The above Reward will be paid to
anyone giving evidence that will con
vict persons of stealing The Miner from
our subscriber's doors.
Tbe newspapers representing certair
interests in this country have much to
say regarding the price of coko and
coal supplied by the Crow's Nest Pass
Coal Co. They would nave the public
believe it was the one issue on which
the welfare of the mining country
was dependent. It miglit be In order
to say to those interested "And thou
Brutus." Between Fernie and Nelson
three gieat lead mines find themselves
unable to market their ores today.
Ainsworth, another great lead producing oamp, also lies entirely idle.
The closing down of the Slocan Star
mine at Sandon is the latest ovidenco
of the price the mines in tho Kootenay
section are called on to pay for conditions whioh we intend to point out.
In the old days, before tlio Canadian
Pacific railway went into the lead
smelting business, thore was agressive
competition, everybody was satisfied,
the prodnotion of tbe section was
large, and both employers and the employed were prosperous.
Thoughfnl people could not but be
struck witb the succession of events
billowing in tho wake of tbe identification of the Canadian Pacific railway
with the Trail smelter, and the establishment of rates to it, with a view of
excluding competition, and for the
development of its own plant.
Nearly everyone is familiar with
the tacts that lead up to tbe withdrawal of the American Smelting and
Refining company from the British
Columbian ore fields, an event whicb
every mine owner considered v:as a
direct blow *o lhe lead mining ln-
ustry. Others, familiar with more
recent events, know that tho interest
of the Trail smelter has ever been
towards increasing smelter charges,
and that its proposal to reduce the
smelting charges for 1002 was duo to
the efforts of one or two United States
smelters still drawing ore from tbis
section, and that it was made in the
face of objections from some, at
loast, ol the local smeltermen.
Thero are troubles and troubles and
it would not surprise unyon* who is
conversant with tlie inside situation,
to see these two remaining smelters
withdraw from tbe field, as both have
an abundant oro supply nearer home,
and as they do not care to stand the
annoyance and interference of the
combination which is so rapidly (?)
increasing tlio production of ore in
British Columbia.
The Mine Owners' Association and
those interested in securing capital
for this section went to Ottawa with _
view to securing a bonus or subsidy
for tho refining of lead bullion in
Canada, but tlie mine owuer and shipper has yet to see anyone who has
offered any tangible evidence that if
such a reflncrv is established thore
wiil bo a single dollar's wortn of advantage to tho producer of the lead
oro. It is simply another step in the
tying up of tbo wholo silver-lead
section in the interest of thc Canadian
Panifio railway, and its adjunct, the
Trail Smelting Co.
If this section is to secure capital
for the development of its mining
properties publio opinion must so assert Itself that the present conditions
will bo adjusted so as to permit the
freest possible computition in the sale
of ores and their transporattion.
It cannot be denied tbat matters have
gone from bad to worse in thc silver-
lead section during the last three
years. The fact that the production
of silver-load ore fell oil abont 0,UO0
tons in 1001 from what it was in 1U00
reveals that a screw is loose somewhere. It is in order, therefore, so
that the g<iod of tlio whole country be
not subordinated to tho insatiable
greed of tbo few that thc thinking
public locale tbe cause and remove it
before a languishing industry is entirely destroyed.
It cannot lie that the situation above
outlined could have been wrought
independent ol a corporation SO
powerful, and it is certain that the
increased prices for smelting in lliOi
find the driving out of  the  Ameucan
Nelson residents are taking kindly
to tbe idea of foiming a tourists' association, for tbe purpose of calling
attention to thc facilities in tbe
vicinity of this city for fishing, hunting, boating and for viewing the beauty
and grandeur ot tbo scenery. It is
certain if tho many attractions of the
locality where properly put before thc
people of other communities, aud especially of the larger oities, many
would come here and spend their outings. Ono thing is certaiu that the
hunting, fishing and scenery can
hardly be surpassed anywhere in the
west, and those who come once will
visit us again.
The governmont of Now Brunswick
considers the sportsmen and the business they bring to the province so
important that advertising the advantages of the province in order to induce them to come has been made a
part of its policy.
New Brunswick, we believe, has
not nearly the advantages for sportsmen tnat tbis vicinity bas, Along the
arm of Kootenay Lake, the banks of
the main Kootenay lake and Arrow
lakes, and in tbe Lardeau country,
game is to be found in abundance and
nowhere can finer trout bo caught
than in the steams emptying into
these bodies of wator.
Thousands of tourists pass through
the province over the main line of tbe
C. P. R. annually. A large number
from tbe eastern stutes annually visit
California, Oregon and Washington
and among these are many lovers of
out-door sports. Game and fish are
becoming scarce in these states, owing
to poor game laws and the constant
hunting and fishing that is in progress. Wero the attractions of this sec
tion made Known to the tourists they
would come here by the hundreds and
enjoy themselves to the top of their
Steps should at once be taken to
form local tourists' association and it
should be a strong one with an execn
tivo made up of energetic citizens
Such an association, by liberal use of
printers' ink, would soon make Welson
the Mecca of thousands each year.
There is a distinct advantage in having sportsmen come hero aside from
the business they bring to the hotels
tbey patronize, the guns, and ammunition and fir-hing tackle which they
purchase. Many of the lovers of outdoor sports are well to do, and a few
while here would see the possibilities
of tbe mines and would invest in our
mining pioperties and so aid in tbe
developcnt of the country,
Victoria has organized a tourists'
association and the sum of $3,717.50
has been subscribed hy the citizens
to carry out its objects. Premier
Dunsmuir heads the list of subscribers
and his contribution was $500. One of
the speakers at a recent meeting of
the society stated that the good work
of the society should go on. The association had for its assets tho support
of the peoplo and several thousands of
dollars. He believed in the judicious
use of printers' ink. He also believed
in the judicious expenditure of money
in scouring large local pictures for
distribution in railway stations and
elswehore. The best advertisement
was a gratified patron, and he pointed
out the urgency of having good hotel
accommodation where tourists oould
have evory comfort and every convenience. Tho association should also
direct its attention to transportation
rates and show prospective tourists
how to get to Victoria.
It is evident from the above that
Victoria, like.Nelson, reoognizes the
benefits whioh an energetic tourists'
association can bring to a community,
and is determined to have one that
will bring about desired results.
The Hudson's Bay Stores
Opera Flannel Blouses,  Silk Skirts,
Ladies' jackets, Golf Capes,   Ladies'
Costumes, Dress Goods and  Furs.
At Largely Reduced Prices.
We do no} often advertise special reductions, but when we
do they are. genuine. No inferior goods are bought by us
and offered as so-called Bargains.
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There is noth ing like Asthmalene, It
bringstnstant relief, even in t e worst
cases.   It cures when all else fails.
The Rev. O. P. WELLS, o Villa Ridge,
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toll you how thaukful I feel for the good
derived from it. I was a slave, chained
with putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
years. I despaired of over being cured. 1
saw your advertisement for the cure of
this dreadful nnd tormenting disease, Asthma, and thought you had overspoken
yourselves, bnt resolved to give it a trial.
To my astonishment the trial aoted like a
charm.    Send me a full size bottle.
Rev, Dr. Morrlii Wecbsler.
Rabbi of thn Gong. Bnai Israel,
New York, Jan, 8,1001
Dn. Taft Bros. Mbdicinb Co.,
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troubles which combine with Asthma.
Its success is astonishing and wonderful.
After having it carefully analyzed, we can state that Asthmalene oontains
no opium, morphine, ohloroform or ether.   Very truly yours,
rev. dr. Morris weohsler
Avon Springs, N. Y, Feb. 1, 1801.
Drs. Taft Bros. Medicine Cn.
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wonderful effect of yonr Asthmnlene, for the cure of Asthma. My wile bas
been Billeted with spasmodic asthma for th-* past 12 years. Having exhausted
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windows on 130 th street, New York, I at onoe obtained a bottle ol Asthmalene
My wife commenced takiug it about the flrat of November. I very soon noticed
a radical improvement. After using one bottle her Asthma has disappeared
and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are nfflioted with this distressing disease.
Yours respeotfully, O. D. PHELPS, M. D.
Dh. Taft Bros, Medicine Co, Feb. 5,190L
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started with a trial bottle. I found relief at once. I have since purchased your
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for six years was unable to work. I am now in the best of health and am doing
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Home address, 235 Riviniston 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. City.
Sold by All Druggists.
While most white lead Is still mado
by the old Dutch process of slow corrosion, there are several new ways,
says the Rossland Miner, one ot tbe
best being the Bailey mothod, as in
operation at Jersey City, N.J., where
the lead is melted in a big cauldron
10 feet above the factory floor, and
run into a second smaller pot over a
slow fire, which keeps it at an even
temperature. At tho bottom of this
second pot is a short horizontal 3 1-2
inch nozzle, which euda in a thin
stool plate, perforated with about 200
tiny holos, through which tho melted
lead is forced by the hydrostatic pressure of its own mass, becoming inline-
datoy solidQod as it falls through tho
air in fine fibers ot about .01 inch
diameter. It cools so rapidly that ono
can hold his band  in   the  stream  ol
fine lead filaments which cluster in
festoons around it. Hunches of this
fiDei are forked into trays 0 feet by 3
feet, 5 inches deep, each tray Holding
about 75 pounds, piled in stneks or
tiers, through which carbon dioxide
makes its way from tbo bottom. As
tbe trays are filled with tbe lead fiber
they are momentarily immersed,
singly, in a tank containing an 8 per
cent, solution of No. 20 acetic acid;
then, aftor draining on an inclined
pla.'irm, they aro piled in staoks of
20 over openings in tbe floor, through
wbich the carbon dioxide ascends,
while tho temperature is kept at 100
degress F. At the end of three days
of tbis process of corrosion tbe contents of the trays are flung into water,
��� esulting in white lead so fine that
little subsequent grinding is neces-
Bary, the creamy mass passing into a
cylindrical screening, partially submerged in water. After thorough
washing tho white lead is dried for
the market. There is a residue of
about 8 per cent.unchanged lead,finely
grouno, nnd thus suitable for the
manufacture of lead acetate.
Mr. Mack Whito, well known Irnincr of tho
Toronto Lucrossu Club anil  OsljoimIo  Foot hull
dub pays: ���'Griffiths' Liniment u unequalled
foruthlotCH or thoHo training, 1 havo umd it
with thu bout of HiiuccKB tor wore back, HtliFnem.
HoruncsH, sprit in- and all fornix of swelling and
For sale by J. H. Vanstone, Nelson, B, Cl
Ting-Pong $ 3.25
Duplicate Whist, Paines
8 Tray Set    4.25
16    "      "    6.50
Bridge    Whist,     with
Cards Complete    2.50
" "          3.00
Laws of Bridge       90
Billiard Nicholas 10.00
Complete stock of Invitations, ��>core Cards, Prizes,
Punches and Markers for
Progressive Games.
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
If you over comoour way and wo flo not treat you right
pliuso publish tlio fact.
D. J. Robertson & Co.
Vernon St., Next New P. O. Building.
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We are showing thin season a full
line ol these goods  nud (.olicit your
cateemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
XCbelRo^al^anh of Ganaba
Cnpltair Auttaorlied,
Incorporated 1869*
S3,0OU,WM��.00 1 CMMtftl raid-ap,     ,    .    ,     $2,000,000.00
K*H| tpi,nw,ooi>.oo
Board of Directors     J'hnnmn K, Kenny,  President;   Tbo'ima Hldohle,   Viet! Prpf-Mi ui
"JWilov Smith, H.G.Bauld, Hon. David MacKeen. rowuwu
IScud Oflice, Halifax l
(ionoral Mannger, Edr.on 1*. Peano. Montroal,
Superintendent of Bmnobcd, aud Socrotary, W. B. Torriinoe, Halifax,
Branches I
Quebec-Montreal, (City ;Offloe), Montroa
WoHt Knd (Cor, Notre Dame and Sehr-
nou^H StrcoUsf; Wost;nount (Cor. Greoiio
Avonuo ai>d St. CatharlnoH Street,
Ontario��� Ottawa.
Nora   ttcolla���Halifax   Branch,   Antlpont"}-
BridKOwator, liuyaboro. Jxmdondorry, Lu
enburg. Maitland (Hants Co.), IMctou, Por
llawkusuury, Sydney, Shubenacadie.Trnro
Mew    Bmnnwick ��� BathurHt,     Porrhefltor,
Kredoricton, Kingston (Kent Co,), Mono
ton, Newcantle, Sackville St, Jnhn.Woodrit^ok"
P. I'.. Isluad���Charloti��towo, Summerflide.
Ncwruuntlland���St. John's.
Cuba. Wcsl IiHllP*���UuvAna,
United Stated-New York (16 Hlxehange Plaoo
Furfcs, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossil?.^,   Vancouver.
Vancouver East End, Victoria,
J'anada-Merchnnts flank of Canada.   Ku��l��n-Naliona   Shawnmt Bank.   CHIrue-IHInoli
Truat and SavinuB Bank.   Han Frnucisco-Fii at National Bank,   L.m.luu.   - -
Scotland,   Parlx, frmsce-Credit Lyonnais.   Bermuda��� llisnk of Bermuda,
pan��� Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.    "~~" ��� - ���
Kng.-Bank of
,    . ,-- -   China and Ja-
    Spokane-Old National Bank.
General Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills or ExchAnze   Boueh
ana Sold, Lsi.ers ol  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received ou the most favorable terras.   Interest allowed on fpecia
deposits and ou Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors-
Inside Finish.
Ooast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LAB1X).
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Furnish** Monthly to all lovers of Song
and Music a runt volume of New, Choice
Copyright Composition* by tbe most, popular authom. 64 Pages of Piano Music,
half Vocal, half Instrumental���31 Complete
Pisces for Piano���Once a Month for 35
Cents. Yearly Subscription, $a.00. If you
will send ub the name and address of five
performers on the Piano or Organ, we will send
you a copy of the Magazine Free.
J. W. PEPPER. Publisher,
Eighth A Locust Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-1 White Pine Lumber Always In
Wc carry n complete stock of Coast Flooring
Colling, Innule Finish, Turnod Work, Sash and
Doorn. epocial order work will roooiro prompt
attention!   Mail orders solicitod.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
JTearf Offlon-Hondrvx ond Vernon .u. Neli-on
itew York
Snn Francisco
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
Kates to all railway and
lake points
General Agent.
Tel. No. 265.
Olfice - Two doorsj west
C.P.R, offices.
Afternoon 3 to   5.30
Evening 8 to 10.00
Admission 25c.
via Soo Line, Ht   l\nil, Chicago.
and all U. S.-pointa.
Tourist Sleeper Service
C A C^T* Lv RevelHtoke Wed-
r" /\^ I tesday, Friday ond
_~_l WJ 1     8���u(ia.v.
Lv. Drinmore Jet. Monday, Thursday and Saturday.
Lv. Kootenay Ldg. Friday, St. Paul,
Toronto, MouLieal and Boston
llfDCT Leave Revelstoke
\\l 1*^1 Mondav, Wednesday
TV *-**-* 1 ,mij Saturday, Vancouver, Seattle, Ooast
VANCOUVER to Alaska, Hawaii,
Cbiua, Japan, Australia,
Through bookings to Europe, via Atlantic Line
Prepaid tickets from all points lit
lowast rates
Fot berths, time tables, rates and full
information apply to.
J. 8, (Jartkb, B. J. Ooyib
Dis. Pape. A f,��t. A. G. P. A.
Nelson Vancrnre
Kootenay Street. Next Oddfellows' Ha
P. O. BOX 633.
If there in anything you requfrB.ank
Ifor  it  in . b- ��o]��mn  et tbe MiW. Nelson   Daily Minbr, Tuesday February 25, 1902
Substantial Steel  Swinging
Bridge at Robson Completed.
Marks New Era ln Railway
Facilities of   Kootenay.
Tho opening of the new bridge
across tho Columbia at Robson marks
an important epoch in railway work
in this soction of British Columbia.
The prcgre.s that has been made in
railway tacilit'es since tho first railway was built Into Nelaon, although
but ten yoars ago is wonderful. Ten
yoars ago there was the choice of two
trails to reach the city 01 leave it,
now the traveller bas tbe choice of
half a dozen different routes by steam
or rail, as suits bim best. Ibe bridge
means a great deal for Nelson,as since
it was opened for freight trains more
and more traffic finds its way to the
Nelson yards, whieh are the most complete the best in the distriot. The
bridge is ao important step in the connecting the Crow's Nest line with the
coast when an immensely larger quan-
itty of freight will be bandied here,
as Nelson will then become an even
more important distributing point
than it is now.
Work on the bridge was first started
ln November, 1900, tho original allowance for the structure being $1!>0,000.
This, however, has proved inadequate
and the total cost will probably
amount to $175,000. J. Qunn was the
contractor for tho piers, which are 8
in number. The highest of these piers
is 80 feet from where it rests on pile
foundations V, the bridge. At low
water this pi r rests in 35 feet of
water and the inference between thc
low water mark and the extra bigh
water stage ls 35 feet, giving a depth
there of 70 feet at high water.
These piers are 10 feet wide and 20
fuet long, with cutwater front and aro
built of granite, which was quarried
close to Nelson.
The bridge itself was built by tbe
Dominion Bridge company and was
also erected by it under the superintendence of J. Findlay. It consists of
three 50-foot deck spans, each of two
hundred foot, and a swinging span of
120 feet, wbich when open leaves a
space of 60 feet between piers. The
total length of the bridge proper is 700
feet. The steel trusses of the bridge
rise 30 feet above the tracks. The
approaches consist of a fill on the east
side oi the river 1,000 feet in length
and averaging 85 feet in depth, while
on the west side a cut of 2,000 feet
through a gravel bank was necessary,
the heaviest portion being 30 feet
deep. A steam shovel has been employed in taking ont the gravel whioh
has been carried acrdsa the river and
used to fill in on the other side. This
work on the approaches was done
partly by the railway company themselves and partly by Tierney and Mo-
Pbail, contractors. This part is not
finished yet, a trestle being used at
the western approach. Until the till
is completed only freight trains are
taken across tbe bridge, passenger
trains being yet   transferred by ferry.
dues charged on timber cut on mining
claims and to petition tho government
not to collect such dues when tho timber is used On the property on which
it is put; of imposing an import duty
on lead products more nearly on a par
with that now levied on other manu-
fctured goods; of appointing delegates
to the Dominion board of trade; of
appointing forest rangers to prevent
forest fires if possible, and that the
association take steps to publish 5,000
copies of an illustrated edition of tlie
proceedings of the convention, with
up-to-date information as to tlie progress of the various industries of tbe
interior of the province.
Tlie Trail board has two resolution?,
one almost on similar lines to that cf
the Kaslo board as to duty on lead.
and the second aa to encouraging the
treatment of Canadian ores In Canada,
A resolution from the Greenwood
board asks the Dominion government
to take stops to proonre the opening
up of new coal fields that cheaper fuel
may be obtained for tho Uoundary
The Grand Forks board asks thc
Associated boards to endorse the proposition of two members of the provincial legislature for the Uoundary, and
to abolish, or at least, very much
lower, the tax on the ore mined.
The Cascade board is pressing the
subject of local road boards to supervise the expenditure of public money
on roads and bridges in the districts
which are yet too thinly populated to
establish municipal governmont.
Rossland board bas a resolution
asking the Dominion government to
appoint at once a chief justice for the
province in succession to thu late Chief
Justice McColl; and also one asking
the legislature to provide a means by
which the municipalities may enforce
the closing of stores on legal holidays
and during oertuin hours.
Nelson board has a resolution urging that the tax on ore be levied only
on the net output and not un the gross
value. Its second resolution asks for
the appointment of a resident post-
office inspector for the district.
Kaslo also gives notice that it will
bring up a resolution from the Halifax board of trade regarding the Intercolonial railway, and also resolutions from thc London chamber of
commerce dealing with trade marks,
commercial education, imperial telegraphs and tariffs. Rossland bas referred to tbe Associated board a resolution from the Brantford beard of
trade regaiding a general revision of
the tariff.
Advertisement, inserted under tbis bead at
the rate of one oent a word per Insertion. No
advertisement takon for lean than 35 oent..
Situation Wanted advertisements Inserted
three Union free of charge.
TO RENT���1st March,    store in   good
central   position   on   linker   street.
Apply 8. M. Hrydges, K.VV.C. Block.
A SNAP���In house rents! Six-roomed
houso, double plastered, hot and
cold water, bath, etc, in good condition, $10 a month. R. J. Steel,
Baker st.
KOR BAtiE���The Nelson Cafe, the
finest restauiant in thu Kcotenays,
best location, 25 nicely furnished
rooms in connection. The best business proposition in the district today,
for full particulars write Nelson Cate,
Box 225, Nelson B.O.
FOR   SALE���Cheap,     a    serai-grand
piano.    Apply box 70 Nelson, B. C
FURNISHED rooms with   or without
board.     Apply     on   Silica    street,
socond door west of Ward.
Applv   to   Mrs K. J.
40, K. "W. C. block.
TO   RENT.���
Squires, Room
3. H. LOVE,
Nelson Employment Agency,
P. O. Box 405. Phone 278.
WANTED���losition    by   experienced
men in restaurant kitchen.   Address
F. S. this otlice.
WANTED.���Ladies and Gentlemen
enjoy yonr evening at homo by making %1'1 per week. Send your address
and two cent stamp to box 205, London, Ont.
WANTED���Pupils for Piano or Organ
by   Mrs.   Starmer   Smith,    address
residence or P.O.Box 137.
WANTED.���Men and  women   wanted
to work   at   home.       Good   wages.
Write   Glnsgow     Woollen    company,
Dept. C, Toronto
HELP     of   all   kinds     wanted    and
furnished.     Western  Canadian Em
ployraent Agency.      Large warehouse
for   storage; call   at PiosBer's Second
Hand store, Ward steet.
N. M. Cummins, Lohbuo���Kvery kuowi.
varioty of soft drinks. P O llux 88. Tulouhoii
No. 31. Hoovor Street, Nelnon. Hull Im. of tit
famong SU Loon Hot SpriuKH Mineral Water
A MACDONALD & C,o.-Cornor lTrou
��� and Hall StrootH���Wholesale Krocer
and jobbers hi blankets, tclovos, milts, boots
rubbers, maukinaws and minors' juudrfes.
PHUIINS Sc Co.-Bakor Street, Noluoii-
���   Wholesale dealers lo fresh a      ourod
meats.   Cold Storage.
llakor Streot, Nolson���Wholesale dua
ore ln fresh, and ourod meats.
J Stroet, Neluon ��� Wholesalo dealais ir
hardware, minors' supplies, sporting kuuiI.
M'LACHLAN BliOS. linker Street Nelson,
u. c.,���Dealers in general Dataware,
mining supplies, glass, pal Us, Portland Cement, lire clay and .--.-. .1.: flro brick. Agents
for Wilklnsand Co.'s celebrated steel wire rope
NKLSON   HAKDWAUK   CO.��� Wholosali
paints, oils and glass: mochaniee   tools
Agonts foi Ontario Powder Works; lfnaiuite
rnURNKR, BEETON & Co.-Cornor Vornoi
__ and Josophine Stroots, NoIhoii���Whole
salo doalors in liquors, oigars, und dry good*.
Agcntti for Pabst Browing Co. of Mllwaukei
aud Calgary Browing Co of Calgary.
UDSON'8 BAY Co.-Wholcnalo grocerio
and liquora etc., Hukor Blruot, Nolson.
Oftloo cornor HaU and Front Btrouts
Nelnon���Lumbor, coiline, flooring, and ovory
tiling In wood for building purposes. Got oui
prlcufl.   Correspondence solicited.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn nnd Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Man aver.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which la Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
I'ald-up   Capital,   88,000,000;    Reserve   Fund,   S2,0O0,0o0j
Aggregate   Resources Over JOS, 000,000.
#    HON. GEO. A. VOX, President.      B. B. WALKER Ueneral Manage!
London Office: os Lombard Street, B. C.
New York Olllee; io Kichange Plan.
And 08 branched in Canada and tho Lfnittid Statos. including i
Atlin Qiikknwooo Nki.kon Sandon
Ckanhkook KAMi.oors Nkw Wkrtminhtkh   VaNCOUVEB
Fkiinik Nanaimo Hohhland Viotohia
YUKON DIBTKICT-Dawson and Wiiitk Hohwc.
UNITK1) STATES���Nkw Yohk. San Kkancihco. Skattix, I'oin land, Skaoway,
Savings Bank Department.
Deposita Kooclved and Intereat Allowed.   i'rcurnt Hate U l'.r Cant
Nelson Brand). ORANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
A fine line of Imported and Domestic cigars, Peterson's patent pipes,
Lowe and B, B. B. goods-at Thur-
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's       Nest
Southern   Ky.     Good   wages,   long
job   Headquarters, Elko,   B.   C.     A.
Guthrie Sc Oo.
Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tablets. Al'
drumrMH refund the money if it fails to euro
K. W. Grove's signature is on eaoh box.   23c.
Subjects to Come Before the Approaching Meeting at Kaslo.
The delegates to the annual meeting
of the Associated Boards of Trade of
Eastern British Columbia leave for
Kaslo on Wednesday afternoon. The
Nelson board will be represented by
Hamilton Byers, and J. J. Campbell.
G. V. Holt, wbo is cx-ollicio a delegate, has not yet deeided whether he
will go, and in oase he does not, he
has the privilege uf naming a substitute.
Quite a number of important subject will come up for discussion. Ao-
cording to the bylaws of the associations each local board of trade drafts
resolutions an the matters it wishes
discussed and these drafts aie tor-
warded to the cecretary of the associated boards who Bunds copies to each
of the boards so that the delegates
may be instructed as to what positions
to take on the various questions.
Kaslo board has a resolution asking
the Dominion government, when it
appoints a new senator for British
Columbia, as this province is entitled
to bv the last census, to name a man
familiar with the mining industry for
the position. That board also suggests that in the event ol a commission ou reciprocity with the United
States being appointed a man from
this province be appointed a member
of tbe commission. The Kaslo board
Will   also bring up   the   question*  of
Mayor Fletcher Points Out Benefits a
Tourist Association Would Confer.
Mayor Fletcber waB approached by
a Miner reporter yesterday and asked
as to his opinion of tbe proposal to
start a tourist association in Nelson.
He replied that he thought it a very
good matter to take up.
There bas been a marked decrease,
he said, in the number of tourists who
have visited the city during the past
three years compared with the num
ber who oame here when the district
was flrst opened np. Then an effort
was made tu advertise the plaoe and
large numbers came bere fur the fishing especially, which can not be
beaten in the country. The board of
trade some years ago got up a pamphlet with a map of Southeast Kootenny on it, whieh was distributed
throughout Canada, tbe United States
and Great Britain. Since that time
n o effort has been made to draw attention to the scenery and other
attactions of the district for tourists,
although we have had suoh a large
increase of faoilities for reaching
places of interest in all directions
from Nelson witb comfort. It would
be essential to get the railway companies to join bands witb the association to assist in adverising the attractions of this section of the country.
The benefits to be derived are tar
more than those alone from the spending of money by tourists while visiting here. Besides the investing often
done by toursts.the reports tliey would
carry away would frequently induce
others to visit or invest here in various ways. In the past this advertising
of the city was entirely in the hands
of the board of trade, but if it was
taken up by a tourist association, aa
is being done at Victoria and other
cities, a much larger circle of citizens
would be interested In it and would
patronize the scheme and give it their
hearty support. It would also be a
means of protecting our trout from the
men who are fishing entirely for the
market and thereby destroying the
excellent fly fishing that exists in our
river and many of the streams flowing
into it. Everything points to the fact
tbat means other than those allowed
by the laws are being uBed to capture
the trout and if tbe government oould
be induced to give more stringent protection to the fish it might also take
action to look after the game. The
opening up of new trails that is going
on steadily, allows the pothunter and
Indian greater facilttios to travel  and
ENGINEERS, Firemen, Machinists
and lUcetiiciniiK send for 40-page
piruphlot containing Questions asked
by examining board of engineers to
obtain engineer's licence. Address
Geo. Zeller, publisher, 18 S 4th St.,
St. Louis, Mo.,  U.S.A.
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
tfq nelson b;c
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
K>u>rtn B. O
A.   M'DONALD,      Agoiit
Dairy Co. Ico Cream.
J. 0. QWILLIM, B-,  Sc-,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Stre* Nelson. B. c
Be  sure and get tbe genuine   BENNETT'S GUTTA PERCHA FUSE.not
something that looks  like   it.
Finest and Best Bar In the City.
The best Brands or Liquors
and Cigars.
$1.00 AND $1.50 PER DAY
JOSEPH HARWOOD.   -   Proprietor
Similkameen   Coal   Stock
For   full   particulars   apply   to
R. J. STEEL, Broker, Nelson, B. C.
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E- CROASDAILE Agent Nelson-
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
and try a bottle, a dozen, or & barrel of
CALGARY BEER ae it Is the hem, and
cheapest on the market. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
Telephone 93 Baker  t. Ne
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kasl.
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City
Orders by mall to a��v brunch will bave careful and nramot attention.
destroy the gam<j, and to drive the
games ont of this section of the
country. There is no doubt but that if
the advantages of this section as a
summer resort for health and for hunting in the fall were well advertised
that a large influx of tourists would
visit it each seal en. Within a short
time tbe variety and grandeur of the
scenery that can be viewed around
Nelson is wonderful and the places of
interest to visit are also very numerous.
This association would fall into
line very well with the effort that is
being mado this summer to bring
Nelson prominently before the world
as one of tho best places in the interior of British Columbia to bold
aquatic race meetings. With boat
clubs sending crews this summer from
tbe cities of the coast, from Winnipeg
and other paints by a little judicious
work on thu part of Nelson it should
be possible to bring a good representation of their friends from the towns
interested. llesidcs this there should
be something done to persuade tbe
visitors to spend two or three days
bere outside of the regatta, and have
guides to take them fishing and also
give them an idea of the bunting to
be had later. The move is a guod oue
in every way and thould be of great
benefit to tho city.
Kootenay Railway and
Company, Ltd.
Shortest and quickest route to the cast and al
points on . In: O. R. & N. and Northern 1 'a
ciilo Railways in WatihliiKoon, Oregon and
Southern States.
Time Card Effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
OAKS.-    ALS a la 0ABTE.
8:30 a. m. Lv.
10:53 p.m. Ar.
Ar. 4:00 p. m
Lv. 1:46 p. in
Int Nav- & Trading Co
5:20 p. m.Lv. Nolhon Ar. 11:00 a. it
0:10 p, m. Ar; Kwlo I.v. 7:00 a.
Connecting at Five Milo Point with Nelnon
St fort Hhoppard Hallway both to aud from
KoHsiaud, eto.
Tickets sold to all partH in Unitod Statcaand
Canada via Groat Northorn and O. R, Be 1.
Co.'s Uih.:m.
Ocean Hteamnhlp  tlckotH  and  rates vl   a
linoH will befurutrihod on application.
For further particulars call ou or addroos
Wftimtrnr. Kanln.B, O
Tackabuky Ascent. Nelson JI. <'.
Spokane Falls Sc
Northern R'v.
Nelson Sl Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
Flann6l Suits���we have them coming. Beauties, suits that will fit,
wear well, and will not fade. Will
tell you when they arrive.���The  Wsl-
lace-Mill.r Co., Ltd.
obtained in all countries
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N. A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
D rect connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:40 i.'in
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:20 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily tor Went at 800 p.m.
West-bound trainB make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound,
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North West
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Oompany Line, operated in connection witb the Great Northern Railway.
For further informntiou, aps, fold
ers, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls Sc Northern Ity., Kaslo Sc Slocan
Ry., Kootei ai Railway & Navigation
Or , or to
Oity Pass, and Tkt   Agt,  W  70l  W,
Riverside Ave,, Kpokane, Wash.
G. K, TAOKABURY. Local Agent,
Nelson.B 6
P. L. S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
I Mineral .|��is��s and mines suiveyed
For the comfort of the number ol
people who are now using this
popular line, a direct daily BufTe*
Car service has been inaugurated
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable on any of the
larger railways in Canada or th
U. S.
Close connections made  at  Spo
kane for the south, east  and  west.
Only 10 hours to Seattle and   l.
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points.
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
9:20 11.m Spokane 7:15 p.m
12:26 p.m Rossland 4 :30 p.m
10:30 a.m Mountain 5-59 p. m.
9:40 S��m Nelson 6:45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, Q. P. & T.A.
Spokane, Wash
Agent, Nelson, B.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to O. L. LENNOX,  Bakw  S��.
Nel sod.
Will pay tbe highest oaso prioe for all
kinds of seoond band goods. Will bny
or sell anything from an anchor to ���
needle. Furniture, Btoves, onrperts,
cooking utensils, bought ln household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or writs. Address
Silver King Mike, Boi SOO. Ball
Street, Nelson,  B. C.
"'' Nklson Daily Miner Tuf.sdw, February 25,  iqoj
Trunks and   *����� ,an sec iD
our store   a  very
Valises uomplete lino of
TRUNKS from tlie very cheap make
to the solid oak travelling Trunk canvas covered with brass liltiugs, li regular globe trotter. We oan supply you
with GRIPS nt price ranging from H!ic
to $20; also SUIT CASES from ��2.50
to 815 each.
Booksellers, stationers
Show Room for Mason Sc Uiseh pianos
��� ******WW^*W*MVA***W
W. A. Ha'kln, of Grand Forks, is
spending a few days in Nelson.
A daughter was born to the wife of
R. C. Campbell-Johnston on Saturday,
February 22.
All tho steamers coming in yesterday had good pasatngcr lists, more
arriving than any day thiB season.
The steamer International brought
in two cars of Ram blur-Cariboo ore
yesterday for thc Everett smelter.
Despite thc fact thnt thc lishing season has not yot opened there havo
huen several parties out lately trying
lor trout.
The tug Hercules came in yesterday
from Kootenay Lauding bringing a
party who had been down looking
over the timber lands in that vicinity.
Egeno Croteau, of Vancouver, and F.
W. Thomas, of Philadelphia, who are
interested in mining matters, were in
tho city on Sunday and left in the
morning for Ymir.
Snow and mud slides on the railway
lines ate becoming of frequent occurrence since tho setting in of soft
woathor. The train from Kossiand on
Saturday night was delayed an hour
and a half by a slide a few mileB west
of Trail.
Constables Barnes, Fernie, arrived
on the Crow's Nest boat yesterday
bringing witli him two mon who were
nrrested at Fernie charged with obtaining money under false pretenses.
Their names are Solomon Gabiiel and
D. L. Brize and they have been committed for trial bore.
The lecture to bo given this evening
in the Baptist church by Dr. McLennan under the auspices of the Florence
Crittenden society should provo a very
Interesting one, as the prevention of
tuberculosis is becoming one of the
great medical problems of lhe century. The scries of lectures has been
a most valuable and instructive one.
The programme of tne meeting of
tho Epworth League in the Methodist
chucrh tonight will bo An Evening
With Longfellow. The following have
consented to contribute: Sketch of
the poet's life, M. Downey; Bong, Tbe
Bridge,Miss Lillie; paraphrase cf The
Wayside Inu, G. L. Lennox; song,
Psalm of Life, Mrs. Thurman ; essay,
Evangeline, Miss Lennox ; essay, Miles
Standisb, B. James; reading, Hymn
of tbo Night, MrB. Mcllardy; essay
Hiawatha, A. Sullivan.
Horace J. Pratt, who for two years
has been district manager in toe
Kootenay for lhe Mutual Life, of Now
York, is in Nelson, on his way to
Montreal.where he goes to assume tho
position of eity manager at that place
for the Crown Life Insurance company. Mr. Pratt in the course of his
business relations iu tbo Kootenays
has made many warm friends who
will heartily congratulatj him on his
appointment to such an important
The formal meeting of the creditors
of J. 0, Bunyan and Co., assigned,
was yesterday afternoon held in the
oflice of Elliot and Lennie, when the
majority of the creditors were represented. A statement of the assets and
liabilities was presented, showing
liabilities to the extent "f about
8S,500 and assets consisting of stock
and book debts to ' lie amount of
$5,500. No definite action was taken
as to the disposal of the estate and tho
meeting was adjourned for one week
ut the same time aDd place.
In chambers yesterday Judge Forin
henrn the application uf It. W. Han.
nington for a cominission to examine
the defendant Dickenson and Senator
Warner Miller iu New York,on behalf
of tha plaintiff, and the application
was granteu. W. A. Macdunahl appeared 'or tho defendant. Last week
J. A. Macdonald, of Rossland, applied
to dismiss the action BO far as U.
Wilson-Smith, of Montreal,is concerned for want of prosecution, The order
was not made bnt the plaintiffs were
directed to bring the case up tor trial
at tho next session of thc Supremo
court, otherwise thc action iB to be
dismissed. The costs uf the application were given against the plaintiff.  J
that burrowi up thc iclp, making
dandruff icurf, earning thc hiir to
fill, ind finally
You will hsvc NO MORE DAN.
BALDNESS If you uu
The only Htlr Preparation on this
absolutely new scientific principle.
for ulc by arujfiaU.  Price $1.
This Council Will Probe Into
His Dismissal Last
Chinamen Ask for Leases on
Cottonwood Creek
Monarch Special
A Watch built especially to stand
the hard usage of this country, it has
as a fine timepiece. It will'be at
home on the railroad or in the
Have a look at it before  buying,
in China,   with  beautiful   Enamelled   Canadian   Emblems,
Only a few left.
Patenaude Bros.
P. ttoss, traveller for the Doirinion
Drug company, of Hamilton, Ont.,
was in the city yesterday. This is Mr.
Uoss' fifty-ninth trip across the continent in connection with the busiuens
of his firm,*in the course of the past
l!l years.
0, E. McPherson, general passenger
agont of thc 0. P. R., is expected to
arrive here on Wednesday. He has
been in Han Francisco in attendance
on the transcontinental association
and is en route for his headquarters in
John 0. Sullivan, resident enigneer
of the C. P. R. is at the Phair. Ho
auivod yesterday from Trail and
leaves today for the Lardeau to look
after the construction on the branoh
line whioh tie C. P, R, iB extending
into  that country.
Until further notice the steamer
Kokanee will only make a trip to
Lardo once a week on Thursdays.
She Writes Enquiring About ner Late
Husband, II. V. Love.
Jn Sunday evening the Rev. F. H.
Graham, rector of St.Saviour's pariah,
received a letter from Mrs. Annie M.
Love, at Ohioago, mukiDg enquiries
for her husband, the late H. V. Love,
whD was buried on Saturdny last. Mr.
Oraham officiating at the grave. Mrs.
Lovo says that sho had received a letter from her husband written two or
three months' ago, in a despondent
mood, and she feared the worst. She
also requests Mr. Graham to make enquiries for her husband, and says that
tile chief of police might aid him in
his search, as Mr. Love had written
that he bad beon very kind to him.
She alBo said that she and her son
would give him a comfortable home,
provided thoy were able to bring him
to Chioago. By a singular coincidence, Mrs. Love's letter of enquiry
was written on tho veiy day her late
husbund's body was discovered in tlie
lake.     .
February, tlio money-losing month
of the year. Don't misread us, not
everything sold at a loss but vast
quantities uf goods turned into money
less money than they cost. Pruning
season, Pruned stock. Healthy store,
helpful to you. Royal money-loslnir,
but nothing lost; money we lote, you
Hnd. Come and look���The Wallace-
Miller Co., Ltd.
Sandon, Feb. 24.���Ten rinks airived
here   today for the purpose of participating io the   bonspiel.     Three  wore
from Nelson, four from Rossland, two
from Kaslo, and one fiom Revelstoke
It was anticipated that there would bo
12 rinks,   but   Phoenix  and   Ashcroft
failed   to   send   iu a rink oach as ex
pectcd.   The ice i.s soft and heavy.     |
Hume���Charles llagley, Montreal;
,1. Howes, Silverton 11. L. Judsor., St.
Paul! H. HI. Salsech, Wisconsin; A.
E. Williams, Seattle; Chas. VI. Husk,
Kokanee crock ; H. W. Barnes,Fernie;
B. Hovers, Toronto; W. A. llarkin,
Grand Forks; J. A. Smith, J. S.
Smart, Conan Worth, Greenwood.
l'hair ���.1. A. Hcrron, Omaha; .1. L
Doupe, Winnipeg) Frank Noble, Lon
don, Ont.; P.. Andeison, Cascade
Mrs. Fred T. Kelly, Spokane; John
(I. Sullivan, Tiail; F. Smith,Toronto;
J, McUinn, Winnipog; F. M. Mc-
Minn,  Winnipeg.
Madden. ���E. J. Lillie, Silver Hill;
J. A. Mellor, G. Mellor, R. Mellor.
Phonnix; A. Erskine Smith, Grand
Forks; 2. Jagcer, Phoenix; Wm.
Johnston,  1). Cnrinicbael, Winnipeg.
Grand   Central���C.
Kaslo; G. K. Hilchey
R. Young and   wife,
filioie, Fernie; Frank
Nels       Nelson,     J.
H. Goodwin,
Slocan City ; J.
Fernie; R. A.
Risdon, Ymir;
T.     Anderson,
' Queens���Mrs. W. E. Rpsaman and
child, St. Paul; Miss Clara Bond,
Winnipeg; Win. Gincl, Sanca; J. E.
West nnd wife, Minneapolis; S. S.
Arnold,  U. R. Arnold, Toronto.
Trcmont.���E. MonoriefT, New York;
W. de Rose, Sandon; A. Neal.
Chicago; W. Baroness, Grand Forks.
At thu regular meeting of the city
council last evening flic lirst business
to come up was thu receiving of contracts ior druKS. Two tenders bad
been received, and one of these had
not arrived within the timo spool fled.
It was pointed out lhat as W. F.
Teetzel was ill and had not been able
to tender tliat the timo should be extended and so it wafl decided that the
time should bo extended two weeks
No tenders wore received for black-
smithing, so it was decided that tho
work should be divided as before,
Thc report of the finance committee
was read whioh recommended the
payment of the following acoounts:
D. Burgess, estimate on publio offices,
$101.liS; firemen's payroll, $367;
scavenging department, $2<>~ ; salaries,
81,385; sewer maintenance, $60.25:
water maintenance, $43.10; streets,
$54.45; electric light maintenance, $69.
Total, 82,3112.55.
The report was received and checks
ordered to ba issued. A letter was
read from tho oity solicitor stating
that the oity was quite within its
rights in defunding the citv health
officer aud in paying tho costs of such
an action. On motion of Aid. Selous
sooonded by Aid,Irving it was decided
that the legal expenses incurred up to
date should be paid.
A letter was read from J. Matheson, asking for permission to tin tho
electric light pole in front of his bar-
bcring establishment for seven or
eight feet from the ground and to
piint the same in stripes. It was
decided on motion of Aid. Morrison
seconded by Aid. Drew that this permission could not be given, as it
would not bo fair to the other baihcrs
who had no electriu light poles in
front of their stores and had been
compelled to remove the piivate poles.
On motion of Aid. Drew, seconded
by Aid. Irving, it was d-cided that
hydrants should be placed at tli3 new
high school, at the corner of Ward
and Silica streets and on the fiat near
the gas house.
The mayor stated that offers had
been recievod this week from Chinamen who were squatting on the laud
up Cottonwood valley tbat had been
granted the city for park purposes,
asking for a lease. The mayor stated
that it wa6 out of the power ol the
city to grant a lease for any Buch
purpose and that the best policy
would be to let the Chinamen go on
using thc laud until thc city was ready
to use it. There was a feeling
throughout town that it would be a
very good move to estab'ish a racetrack there and there was a number of
men in the city who would be willing
to put money into such a projeot, perhaps having it for a number of years
and then turning it over to the city.
If tllis could be done it would be a
good thing for the city.
Tho mayor further stated that in the
matter of investigating the reason that
led the last council to dismiss T. W.
Lilho might be takon up this week
and he wonld ask the council to suggest Bome day for the purpose.
After some discussion Thursday
afternoon at 3 o'olock was settled as
the best day for all.
It waB decided that a petition shjuld
be furwurded to the government asking a grant of $5,000 towards the high
school building.
The mayor stated that ho had received a communication lrom Victoria
to the effect that the West Kootenay
Power and Light Co. were pressing
their claim on the land desired by tho
oity for a power site. He bad wired
Mr. Ilodwell, who had thc city's case
in hand, to push the claims of tho city
Aid. Hamilton called tbo attention
of the counoil to the necessity of taking action to confine Cottonwood creek
within proper bounds before tho high
water should come. It was decided
that tbe mayor and city engineer
should examine the land and seo what
should be done, with power to expend
$300 in improving the channel.
Aid. Diew asked that a statement
of the arrears of water, light and
scavenging rates should be given to
tho counoil each month so tliat action
might be taken
It was decided that tlie salary of the
city solictor should dato from thc llrst
ot January last.
On motion of Aid. Morrison,
seconded by Aid.Irving it was decided
that the fire wardens should consist of
tlie  chairman  of  thc Are, water and
Be Sure and Get the Genuine. 3
| Lawrence Hardware Company 1
SE Sole Agents, Nelson, B. C.
I will sell my
Stock of Fresh Groceries and Provisions
Fine Witch Repairing a Specialty
Cor, Baker & Stanley Sts., Nelson
At wholesale prices until it is
all cleared out,
Cor. Hall & Vernon Sts. Nelson, B. C.
light committee, the city engineer and
the chief of the fire brigade.
On motion of Aid. Irving Foconded
by Aid. Selous, Aid. Scanlan and
Drew wero appointed to represent the
city on the hospital board.
Keep your boys foot dry, our stock
ot boys footwear is worth your attention���Tlic Wallace-ililler Co.
Quobeo Legislature Discuss Motion on
Relation of Provinoe to Dominion.
Quebec, Fob. 24.���Somewhat of a
sensation has been created here by a
notice of motion given last evening by
That in thc opinion of this house
the revenues allotted to various provinces by the Uritiah North America
act are insufficient to allow of tLeir
meeting the requirements of public
servico, and at the same timo giving
ncessary aid to colonization and agriculture, the development of our industries, and improvement of our
educational system.
That the interpretation given to
various clauses of tho constitution has
endangered the existence ot our local
institutions, and that the government
of Canada and these of other provinces
should be invited to join tho government of tlio province of Quebec in asking the parliament of tho United
Kingdom to make suoh changes in tho
confederation act as may alter tho
basis on which the federal subsidy is
calculated, secure to the provinces exclusive control over the public properties and over railways within their
limits, allow of their imposing export
duties on products of their forests and
mines, and confer upon the governmont of Great llritain the right of disallowing provincial laws now cxer-
cisod liy that of Canada. There is a
current belief that this motion is uf
ministerial inspiration, and that, consequently, it will be adopted by a
maioritv voto of the house.
For first-class leather write
B. C. Leather Co.
Vancouver, B, C,
British Columbia Agents for tho celebrated
"PUNKTANU" Solo Leather, Cut Solos, and
Iloel Pieces,
Harness Leathers, Bridle, Saddle and Skirting leather', Luce ami l.utigo Leathers, Upper Leathers of all kinds
Manufacturers of Closed Uppers of all
Shoemakers' Tools and Findings, Saddlory
Hard ware. Hides aud Oils.
Catalogues and prloo lists oa application.
For investment, bearing 6 per cent.
P. O. BOX 189, VICTORIA. B. C,
.IUSTICEnMARTIN in rossland.
Rossland. Feb. 24. ��� Mr. Justice
Martin, ol the Supreme court, is in
the city and some chamber motions
and applicatioaus will be brought before him but it is not likely that tho
court will be in session longer than
Wednesday next. There is ono caso
pending, that of tho mayor of Slocan
but as that official has resigned, it ls
probable that tho prosecution, brought
merely for the purpose of compelling
that resignation, will-not bo pressed.
3. S. Tayloi, K.C., of Nelson, is hero
in attendance on the Supremo court.
An American Prizes the Horses That
Diew the Prince.
Ottawa, Feb.24.���Dr. Seward Webb|
the American palace car magnate, has
purchased Irom Lord Minto the four
horses used to draw the Prinue of
Wales' carriage while in Canada.
Real Estate. Fire and Life Insurance
Money to Loan.
Houses to Rent in a'l parts of the
City. See list at entrance to our
offices, next to McArthur's Furniture store.
The Waverley Hotel
Rotes $1.00 to $1.50 per day. First
class Meals, 25c. Next door to Opera
House. P. O. Box 210. Telephone 147,
Victoria St., Nelson.
F. O. GREEN        Y, 8, OLEMENTb
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Cor. Kootenay & Victoria Sts. Nelson
P. O. Box 145 Telephone 2
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John. N. B.
Allan Lino Tunisian ,  March  8
Allan Line Ntunidlnn March l'*>
Heaver Lvne Garth Castle March 11
Beaver LUic Lake Ontario March 28
AllaniLine steamers call at Halifax two days
.later '
Frcm Portland.
Dominion Line Dominion Maroh 8
From New York
Whjto Star Line Oceanic March  5
W u u Star Uno Msjestlc March IS
White star Line Germanic March 11
Cunard Lino Unibria        Maroh 8
Cunard Line Lueania  March _
Cunard Line Ktrinia  March ��
American Linn St Paul _____ .
American Lino St. Louis    . '   Marahin
Red star Line BouUiwarl ........SSreh j
Hod Star Line Vaderland  .March 12
Continental sailings of French. North Ger-
plfcation ���and ltallan Llno�� on ap-
B."c^Kie5Bal0,0n _��*, ��42'60' and upwards
r-ccoml $.15 and upwards according to steamer
_vS_h_V_\ "' b0,rth' sl�����go quoted on ap
plication. Prepaid passages from England and
the continent al lowest rates. amm ��uu
Oity Agt. Nelson.     Gen. Agtnt, Winnipeg
About that second-hand article of
yours. You'll sell it if you'll adver
tise it in The Miner want column
In aooordanoo with tho By-Laws of tho Society, tho Annual General Meeting will bo held
in tho Hoard of Trado Hoouis on Tuesday,
Maroh Uth at 8 p. tn.
All annual subscribers to tho mim cf Ton Dol
law are metnbofa of tho Society, eligible to
take part in tho election of directors for tho ensuing I enn and in case of Ulno-n are entitled lo
fioe treatment in Lho hospital.
NKLSON LODGE    No. 23, A_F.Bc
M. moots socond Wednesday in
month.   Visiting brothorn wolcomo
1. O. O. V. Kootonay Lodge
No. Ni, moottt ovory Monday night,
at  thoir  Midi,  Kootonay stroot
Sojourning OddFollown oordially invited.
G. VV. Halo, N. G.;  G. F. Motion, V. G.; A.
LoughurKt, Kee. He.;,
Nelnon Royal Arch Chapter No. 123. G. H. 0.
Meets third WednoHday. Sojourning compan
ions invited.    Goorgo Johnstone,  /..    1. _.
Situs,   S. K.
is.        NKLSON LODGK   No.25. K. of P.
S&mool �� in K. of P. hall, Oddfellow* blook
* " pveryTuoHday evening at 8 o'olook.
J/All visiting knights cordially invito
Wm. Ihvink, O.C.
Hugh Stkvknb, K. of R. and S.
Nelson Knca pinent No. 7. MoetH every 2nd
and 4th Friday of oach month, In odd Fellows
Hall, corner Bakor and Kootenay stroots,
Nelnon. A. H. Clements, C. 1\; I). McArthur
R. S.   Visiting brothors always wclniwn*.
NKLSON L. O. L. No. 1092 meet* tn Fraternity Hall on flrst and third Friday evenings
of each month at 8 o'clock.   "'
cordially   invited.
A.Mlnty. R.S.
Visiting member
W. Bradley, W. K.
NKLSON AERIE No. 22, F. O. EL, moots
ovory socond and fourth WodnosdayB of eaoh
in onth.   Visiting   members oordially   invib
Charles Prosser, Bonretary.
Kootonay Tent No. 7, K. O. T. Mv hold thoir
regular meetings in Fraternity Hall, 1. O. O. F,
block, on the 1st ami 3rd Thursdays of each
month. Visiting brethren cordially invitod to
attend, (!. A. Brown R. K.; Dr. Roso, Com'
R. J.Steel. D.S.C.
1st and 3rd Wednesday ovonlngs ot
oaoh month at Fiaternlty nail
oorner of linker and Kootonay
Btreete. Visiting brethern cordially invited.
Kdward MACLEOD, Secretary.
Nelson Court Star of Kootenay, A, O. F
Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesdays In every
Mouth. ViBiting brethren wolcomo. V7 Mao
Milllan, C. P.; Herbert McLood. Soc
COURT KOOTKNAY, I. O. F., No. 3138.
Meetings 4th Thursday cf month. Fraternal
hall, J A Irving C, R.   P. R. Fleming. R.S.
To A. II. Fischer or to any
person or persons to whom he may
have transferred his interest in the Manila and Silver Queen Mineral Claims,
situated at the head of Midge Greek,
Kuskunook Mining District,West Kootenay.
You and each of you are herehy notified thnt I have expended one hundred
and thirty-three dollars in lahor and
improvements upon the ahove mentioned mineral claims in order to hold
said mineral claims under the provisions of tbe Mineral Act, and if within
ninety days of the da'e of this notice
you fuil or refuse to contribute your portion of suoh expenditure together with
all costs of advertising, your intereat in
said claims will bf-oome the property ot
the subscriber under section 4 of uu Act.
entitled "An Act to Amend tne Mineral
Act, 11*00.
Dated thia 10th day of February, 1002
Certificates of improvements
Queen, Niagara, Lewiston, and Burlington (Fractional), mineral claims
ailuate in the . elson Mining DiviBion of
West Kootenay District.
Where located���On Wolf Oreek, n
branch of Sheep Creek, whicb is a tributary of Salmon River.
Take Notice that I, William Waldie,
F. M. C. BMi'lO, for myeelf nud as ag'i't
for John A. Turner. F. M. O. B5()15fl.
and Michael Scully, Free Miner's Certificate No. B60006, intend Bo days
from the date hereof, to apply to tbe
Mining Recorder for certificates ot
improvement!', for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the abov��
And further tako notice tbat action,
under seotion 37 must be oommenoed
before tbe isauanoe of^snch Certificates
of Improvements.
Dated this 18th day of February,
A. D. 1902.


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