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Array Proviiic:ii Libru-v _31oo
i^Iy Edition No.  .200
Nelson,   British Columbia, Sunday,  November 24, 1901
Eleventh Year
Liberals Apparently Gaining
Ground at the Isthmus.
| General Alban's Abortive Expedition.���Fortifying
percentage of wins, however, is 23
to Madden's 17. J. Ueiff is fourth
with 80; L. Reiff, in spite of his suspension is seventh with 75. Martin
has 43 wins, Jenkins 43, and Ihorpe
Colon. Nov. 23.-Many versions
I current, nil  based   ln   favor   of
I morals,   regarding   tho whereabouts
land 'ate  of (lene'al Alban's expedition,  which  left  Panama on Sunday
last.   The following  is the   most authentic  uml   plausible.     On arriving
oil rVrquotc. distant about 30   miles
troin Panama  and ten miles  beyond
Chorrera, Goteral   Alban on the gunboat Iloyai'a.sont forward two sohoon-
nrs.wliich grounded.    The Liberals on
land immediately   poured   a terrible
tide firu  on   these   vessels,   causing
iinncli unvoe -jii board.    General Alban
then ordered   the   Boyaca's   boats to
ju to the assistance of   the schooners.
Tho crew   of   the   lioyaca compiled,
ititli the   result   that   many of them
were wounded and the boats  returned
to the Itoyaca.     When ordered for the
second time to go to the assistance   of
thc schooners tlio boats' orews refused
[ on the ground   that   it was useless   to
do so nnil that  such a step meant sure
death to them, hence the Boyaoa   returned to Panama on Thursday   night
taking many wounded men with   her.
The Liberals   claim   that   threo hundred men   of  General Alban's   ioree
cere captured In this   way   and   that
they    now   strengthen   tha    Liberal
ranks.     The   Boyaoa,   with   General
Alban on bnnrd, started   again yesterday from rnmniln his destination, presumably being Perquote.      It   Is   nnt
jet juati liable   to   consider the overland nad   from   Chorrera to Empire
Letation under complete Liberal control
Ills otherwise   the   full   Liberal force
' would doubtless have already arrived
at Empire station.   Yesterday's   estimate that a thousand men   have   arrived at the station proves to have been
exaggerated,   but  it   is certain   that
hoops nre coming all the time.   Nothing lias been heard of the   land   force
uliich   left   Panama   on Sunday last,
lint it ia reasonable to conclude,that it
is now  harassing the movements  of
the Liberal foroea. The British second
class cruiser   Amphion left Panama,
So'.lO, leaving the United StateB battleship Iowa the only warship at that
Port.    The, latter ns   already cabled,
is prepared to   land   marines  at  any
moment, should   the   necessity for   so
doing arise.
Queen Olga's Religious Fervor Lead
to Scriptures Being Reprinted.
Athens, Nov. 23.���The Greek premier, M. Theotokis in taking part
today in an excited debate in the
chamber of deputies over thc recent
disturbances here arising from the
objection of the students to the translation of the gospels into modern
Greek quoted from certain letters ot
the Holy synod addressed to Queen
Olga in 1899 :n which the synod's
reasons against the translation of the
gospels were explained.
Referring to Queen Olga, the premier said her piety, Christian sentiments and nobility of character were
the admiration of the whole world
The queen had arranged, continued
the premier, for the publication exclusively for family use.
Vast and noisy orowds surrounded
the chamber while the debate waB
going on. The troops, however, overawed the assemblage.
All Germany Protests Against
Chamberlain's Edinburgh Speech.
Better  Glasses   Regret His
Impolitic Edinburgh
Public Demonstrations May
InflunceChancellor's Foreign Policy.
German Trust Controls Sugar
Latter   Never Dad a Look  and   Were
Defeated 22 to 0.
Soldier's Field, Cabmridge, Mass,
Nov. 23.-���Vengeanoe never sweeter
and victory never moie decisive came
this afternoon when Havard 11 defeated Yale 23 to nil. Three touch
downs, two of which were converted
ii,to goals and a goal from the field,
of a brilliant execution were Harvard's portion. For Yale there was
nothing but a white wash.
Thirty-five thousand spectators, a
greater number than ever before
gathered at a tootbull game, watched
the gridiron battle from the mammoth
stands. The game was cleanly played
as any ever witnessed on this field.
Not one instance of slugging or unnecessary roughness was visible.
Entered the Raby Mine and
Could Not Return.
Pocahontas, W. Va., Nov. 23.���At 9
o'clock nothing had been heard from
the missing officials, who had gone
into the mine in the morning. No
effort has been made to enter the mine
ainoe early morning, it being impossible to do so on account of the enormous accumulation of gases from the
Baby mine. Until the passages connecting tbe two mines are entirely
olosed and the gas forced out by means
of large fans it will be impracticable
to enter the mines,
Drug Saloonkeeper's Staff Then   Rifle
the Till.
.Kansas City, Nov. 23.���Adolph Carlson,   an   Armourdale   saloon  keeper,
Louis Arliger,   his   night   bartender,
Tom Schwaller, a   packing house employee,   and   the   saloon porter  were
drugged in Carlson's place of business
early   today   by two robbers, who administered knock-out drops.    The robbers  secured $200 in  cash and 8150 in
checks  and   then while  the four men
lay in a stupor on the floor,tbey lock-
Mtered   the   port under tho new I ��-'d the doors, set  fire to  the  building
r''8"mi,   she ���ui ���uii f0r _anVillc to-  and es08Ped- Tho flre waH extinguish-
day.   There is much speculation as to cd bofore   muo" dRmaKe OTaB done and
h����   her  orders will be received   on |tne lnon were icscued nnhnrt.
�����val here.   The Liberals along
Colon, Nov.23.���Tho railroad bridge
200 or 3(10 yards from the Panama
slalion nnd commanding Ihe entrance
to the city, will doubtless be Ihe scene
of the coming struggle. The government, accordingly is fortifying it,placing cannon nnd raising entrenchments
and barricades whore nil the fighting
in Inst year's battle occurred. Tho
steamer Canada, belonging to the
Compagmc General Trans-Atlantiqoe,
lrom Havre, is the first steamer that
Ihe line of the railway nightly tie the
rolls here nnd there after the passage
of the evening train, romoving the
obstructions    before    morning,   thus
I rain
thc   running
of spool a 1
s during the night. They have
not forgotten how 1,000 government
rainlniceiniits from Carthagenu were
rushed t0 p_nnma __riDg the night
last yonr.and that this was the crown-
��>K enn.se of the defeat of the revolutionists.   The llritish cruisor  Tribune
Barcelona, Nov. 23.���The disorders
arc increasing and thc government is
stopping telegrams and taking comprehensive military measures to maintain order. Serious conflicts in which
many were injured ocourrcd last
night and this morning between
students and soldiers and between
Oastillan and Catalin students.
"��s just arrived in Colon harbor.
American hoys  Had  Good Sucoess on
the English Turf.
-This year's Bport
I.nnilon, Nov. 23.     ��� ���
"nder the Jockey club rules was confided with today's meeting at Man-
eliesler, where the races were rnn in
s��cli u dense tog that the judge had
dlllieulty in distinguishing the winners. The Americans failed to score,
"ill Maher ends the season second in
the liBtof winning jockeys
n'ns against Madden's   130.
Dublin, Nov. 23.-TI.C nationalists
disclaim any intention of exposing
Col. Lynch to arrest by insisting that
he attend at Westminster. His election is significant in that It has dis-
SJa   "ember   of   the  ministry
Spon..bl. for thepolioyofWUlBB
home rule by kindness for Mr. Plan
kett will be obliged to resign his
SLTier the second defeat Serious
rioting followed the Ilium na ion of
las night in honor of the election of
Col   Lynch.     Houses and windows o
���ith   04 of   voting for the defeated  ����
Mnher's  wore wrecked.
Berlin, Nov.23.���Germany continues
to ring with the protests again t the
reference whioh Mr. Chamberlain, the
British Colonial Secretary, made to
the German army in his speech at
Edinburgh. Meetings are being held
every day, and there is no sign of
abatement of the agitation. The following towns held meetings o{ protest this' week: Gotha, Heidelburg,
Zweibrueoken,Augasburg, Nuremberg,
Worms, Stendal, Thorn, Osnabrneck
and Gladbaoh. The Pastors' society of
Gladbach is circulating a protest
which has already received the signatures of 080 pastois The VVnrtemburg
Veterans' society has issued a warning against attaching too great importance to one man's utterances.
The press discussions of Anglo-
German relations have been multiplied through the publication of a
letter from Mr. Chamberlain's secre-
taiy, thc North German Gazette's declaration regarding this incident and
the llritish press expressions on the
subject. The letter is pronounced here
to be quite unsatisfactory. The papers
note that Mr. Chamberlain takes
nothing nuek. Thc Cologne Volks
Zeitung snjs the letter is another insult, and tlie pa|,<-is generally reject
the assumption that the anti-British
movement is artificial.
The Cologne Volks Zeitung points
out that the movement is as spontaneous as it is possible to imagine, add.
ing that the government has tried by
every means to suppress it but ha"
failed to do so. Other papers describe
the movement as being the most remarkable of its kind ever witnessed.
The Liberal organs try to prove that
the movement is directed exclusively
against Mr. Chamberlain and not
against Great Britain, but the frankfurter Zeitnng admits that Geiman
patriotic feeling has been inflamed in
an unmistakeuble manner against
Great Britain. The paper asserts that,
it was unstatcsmanlike on the part of
Mr. Chamberlain to give fresh
nourishment to this leeling, and says
Mr. Chamberlain was not wise in
reasserting his error. Nevertheless he
paper admits that part of the cause
of this friction is to be found on German soil. It says the movement here
expresses the general want of confidence in the management of thc German foreign policy, which is looked
upon as being lacking in steBm and
power and as being by fits and starts.
It regrets that public opinion regards
itself as the corrector of the government's policy, saying that if the government had rightly gauged the
movement al the start it could have
forestalled it by a timely utterance.
Nevertheless, the paper concludes
that the Chambeilain matter has made
too muoh noise in Germany.
Secretary Hay's speeoh at the banquet of tho New York Chamber of
Commerce on Tuesday lust has caused
a lively discussion of German-American relations. The Kreus Zeitung
sees therein proof that Washington
does not intend to be Liberal in drawing up commercial treaties with the
European states, and that it is not
willing to concede the same duties
as other contracting states. The paper
adds that a radical revision with
European countries, adding that since
Secreta.y Hay holds fast to the Ding-
ley tariff other countries oan only
answer with similar duties.
London, Nov. 23.���It has been ascertained that a German Trust exists'
that has forced down the price of
sugar to the lowest point reached in
several years so that Germany now
dictates the price of sugar to the
Lord Salisbury is described as aging
rapidly and displaying little interest
in public affairs aud averts as much
as possible political disturbance and
Once more has  Joseph Chamberlain
the colonial   secretary,   approved  his
right    and     title   to   be    the  most
thoroughly hated   British   statesman.
Tbe   storm   now   raging in Germany
has   had   a   powerful   reflux in Great
Britain where regardless of party ties.
Mr.   Chamberlain  has  been  severely
criticised   ior   uselessly "putting   bis
foot   into it."     On   all sides may   be
heard reiterated expressions of opinion
by   English   business   men  and politicians   who   while   they perhaps believe that Chamberlain was correct m
what he said,   denounce   the  uttering
of such sentiments.   It is recalled that
Chamberlain's  utterances    regarding
the czar aud the   Anglo-German   alliance has been the cause   of   the  only
ReriojjgjOUtbreaks of anti-liritish   feeling on the continent  iu recent   times.
It   is   no exaggeration to say that the
financial world of   England   would be
delighted   to  have   Chamberlain muzzled   when   intending   to   speak     on
England's foreign   relations.     Chamberlain does not care to enter into any
controversy and will   stand  by  what
he said.   The government departments
think   that the whole   German   agitation will die a natural death.     There
is no doubt but lhat Chamberlain has
irreparably   damaged   h's   reputation
with the better olasses in England.
The Hereditary Lord Marshal displayed in Norfolk House specimens of
robes to be worn by peers and peeresses at the coronation that cost ii mors
may get the exact tints of the crimson
velvet and other details. The British
Museum has also been thronged by
people searching for news of dresses
and regulations. Queen Alexandria
has ordered for her robes a quantity
of Delhian embroidery, the most famous of India.
At a meeting of the steward of tbe
Henley regatta the proposal to exclude
foreigners was defeated by 10 to 5.
Thc ru.'es remain unaltered.
London, Nov. 23-Lord Durham, In
presenting medals to volunteers today,
said that, although he had ceased to
support the min.stiy, he considered
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman a fool
If he believed the British soldiers In
South Africa gnilty of the barbarism
-*    loathsome     behaviour     alleged
'SS.n.l them " ho "">de the cnar,r.C8
rpartisTpurposes, to dlscred.tMta
minlswv he was a knave. Lord Dnr-
?.��� further declared he would not
h"T��mrHenrv premier if he could
rsoebyrs"eend^s.xponceor   lifting
a finger.
Judgments Just Handed   Down of   In
terest in Kootonay.
The   judgment   of the  full court in
thc appeal of Brackman and Ivor,   vs.
Openhcimer   Bros.,    was deliverod on
Friday by Mr. Justice Martin at Vancouver.     The appeal of the defendant
was dismissed with costs.     This matter has been twice tried and twice appealed.     It first came up for trial before   Mr. Justice Martin,   without  a
jury, when Brackman and Ker's claim
for damages for breach of oontract for
the sale of hay   by the defendant   was
dismissed   on   the   grounds  that   the
different   letters  did  not constitute a
contract in   law,   the   judge   holding
that   Brackman and   Ker   bad   added
conditions in their acceptance. Brack-
man   and   Ker   then appealed and the
judgment  of  Mr. Justice Martin was
reversed   and   >   new   trial   ordered.
This trial came off at Nelson before a
jury,   Mr.   Justice   Irving  presiding,
and   tbe   contract was  held good and
the jury gave a verdict  of   $1,275   for
the plaintiff.     The defendant Oppen-
heimer   then   appealed,   urging    his
former   grounds   with   regard to   tbe
contract, and   nlso   other  objections,
whioh   appeal wns dismissed.     Chas.
Wilson,   K.   C, and R. S. Leunie for
defendant, appellant, and S.   S.   Taylor, K. C���    for   the plaintiff, respondent.
Judgment has been received lu the
appeal of Lawr vs. Parker. On trial
before Mr, Justice Wakom it was held
that Lawr although he did his assess
ment work ten feet away from his
mineral claim did the same in good
faith and obtained a ceitificate of
work for same and that hie title could
not be attacked by Parker who had
bought another mineral claim which
was staked over Lawr's location. The
trial judge also held that defects in
the affidavit of assessment work and .
the not giving of notice of intention]
to do work on another man's mineral
claim to apply on the one in question,
having resulted from the erioncuns
statements of the officials to Lawr,
could not under section 5.1 of the
Mineral Act prejudice Lawr's title.
The full court upheld this decision
and dismissed Parker's appeal with
costs. E. P. Davis for appellant Parker, S. S. Taylor, K. C, for respondent Lawr.
Judgment was yesterday received in
Nelson in the appeal (No. 1.) le Florida   Mining   company,    whose   headquarters are in Kaslo     In this certain
shareholders applied to have the company wound up,   and Mr. .Tustieo Irving made an order for the winding up
of the company, which   the   company
and W. A. Davies, of KbsIo, its presi-
deut,   appealed   from,   but   undjr the
Winding Up Aot of B. C, the security
for appeal is claimed to be a condition
precedent   to _appeai   and     must   be
given within eight days after  the service of notioe oi   appeal.     This  was
impossible   as to this case   under   the
peculiar circumstance of the same, but
the petitioning  shareholders, through
their solicitors, Messrs. Whealler and
Martin claimed that as the eight days
had elapsed an   appeal   could   not  be
brought, and movedjbefore Mr.Justioe
Irving to   have  the  appeal   dismissed
on   the  ground that security   had not
been   put   up within     the    statutory
time, and Mr. Justice Irving made an
order  dismissing    the     appeal   wi!h
costs.      From this order the   company
and W. A. Davies appealed to the full
court at Vancouver, claiming   that  a
single judge   had   no   jurisdiction   to
dismiss   an   appeal       (2).    That  the
statute quoted was not imperative but
simply   directory   and   although   the
time   had   elapsed   it was not fatal to
appeal.     The   company's  appeal was
allowed with costs, setting   aside   the
judgment   of   Mr. Justice   Irving.   S.
S. Taylor, K, C. for   appellant   company,   and   E.   P.   Davis, K. C,   for
petitioning  shareholders,
Iu re Florida Mining company,
appeal No.2:���This appeal arose out
of the first one. The company moved
before Mr. Justice Irving for an order
extending the time for putting in
security for costs of appeal from the
winding up order, as above stated,
and also to have the amount fixed by
the judge, which application of the
company was dismissed by Mr. Justice Irving, with costs, he holding
that he had no power to grant such
order, as the statutory time had
elapsed (eight days). From this order
dismissing the application the
company appealed to the full court.
The appeal was allowed with costs.
S. S. Taylor for appellant company,
E. P. Davis for repondent petitioning
As the result of thc above appeals,
Appeal No. 3, viz., against the order
winding up the company was set
down for hearing at the next sitting
of the full court at Victoria.
In Marino vs. Alexander Sproat
and Mclnues. This action was tried
at Nelson before a jury who gave
jud ment on tbe facts against the defendants. The p laintlff olaimed at
thc trial that he had not poscssion of
some very impoitant documents, and
as a consequence many of his statements were accepted by the trial
judge to be corroct.
Since thc trial thc defendants took
up detective measures and claim to
have unearthed in the plaintiff's houBe
in New Denver several of the documents referred to, and they accordingly moved before the full court to
have this additional evidence read in
the appeal. Several affidavits woie
filed and thu documents referred to
were produced in court by the defendants. The plaintiff Marino opposed
the reading of tbe documents and
asked that the various parties making
affidavits be cross-examined. Leave
was given to the defendants to read
the documents on the appeal, and a
postponement was ordered until the
next sitting of the full court at Victoria, to pormit of the oross-oxamiua-
tiou referred to. 8. S. Taylor for the
appellant, Sproat, E. H. Davis,for up-
pt-llant, Molnnes, and C. Wilson, L.
P. Duff, and John Elliott for respondent, Marino.
Goal, Timber and Land Require Building of a
Telegraph. Railway and Building Operations Continue Active
London, Nov. 23.���There Is nothing
serious the matter with Count Tolstoi.
He had a relapse of malarial fever,
hut Is in no   danger. .  _      J
Grand Forks, Nov.23.���The Republio
and Grand Forks railway will shortly
begin the erection of a handsome
wooden depot on Second street near
the river, Kucido addition adjoining
the oity Minus. There will be passenger and express o*Jiees, general waiting room, ladies' waiting room, oto.,
on the ground floor. The offices of
the general manager, superintendent,
engineer and train dspatcher will be
located upstairs The company's telegraph line between here and Republic
is building. John Trotter, of this
city is completing the contract Bnd is
working north from Trout creek.
The railway company will also
erect a four-stall round house aod
machine shop on the Ruckle addition.
Snpt. Clute is in Chicago purchasing
the equipment. Steel ore cars will be
The   Grand   Forks   Investment an.d
Trust company,representing two loan
companies, has    loaned   $30,000  here
this     fall    for     building     purposes.
Twenty-one     applications    for    new
loans aggregating $17,0011 are pending.
The prevailing mild weather   permits
the   continuance   of   building   operations. """**
K. A. Brown is   enthusiastic   about
the resources of the upper   reachos  of
the north fork   of   Kettle   river.      He
spent a month ut the coal   fields   with
Joseph    Wi ennui,    the   original   discoverer.     Mr.   Brown   expressed   thu
belief that the timber wealth of   that
district would alone justify tbe extension of a railway there without delay.
Sixty   miles   north   of   Grand   Forks
there is a stretch of land in the valley
half a mile wide and eight miles long
that is well adapted    for   agricultural
purposes.    The soil consists of a bluek
loam   from   two   to live feet in thickness,   and   is   covered   witli a   dense
growth of cedar, white nine, tumnrau,
til-  and   hemlock.      The   conl-bcaring
rocks beyond occupy   au area 20 miles
long by 30 miles  w do.     Mr.   Brown
examined tlio various  con! seams  and
said thc region is as   laige a) the coal
region in the Crow's Nest   Puss.      Hu
is firmly of the   belief   that extensive
development   should   bo     undertaken
owing   lo   the splendid surface show-
ings and the quality of the coal.    Mr.
Brown also believes Hint boring operations will disclose petruleuiii in largo
quantities in u basin eight miles wide
and 30 miles long.    In the contiguous
tcriitory he found some splendid float
nnd he feels that prospecting will lead
to the discovery   of   ledges   of   gold,
copper   and   Bilver.     There Is a   fair
trail to thu coal fields but beyond   the
country is almost impassable awing lo
wind-falls and other denrls.     He will
urge tho   government   to   appropriate
$3,000   for   thc   purpose  of extending
the trail up the valley to   Fire  valley
whence a trail extends to   Vernon and
the Arrow Lakes.   "Volcanic" Brown
added Unit no difficulty will be experienced in building a railway north   as
the country   is comparatively level all
the way,
Princeton, N. J., Nov. 23.���When
pressed for a statement on ox-Presi-
dent Grover Cleveland's condition,
Dr. James II. WikeofT, the attending
physician, gave out tho following
tonight for publication : Mr. Cleveland's cold iB broken up and it is
only a matter of two or three duyn
when he will be fully recovered. Although the danger is past, Mr. Cleveland has been quite ill.
West Point, Nov. 23.���Col. Abraham
K. Arnold, U. S. A., retired, died
at the home of his mother at Cold-
spring on the Hudson this morning.
Col, Arnold graduated from tho military college in 1850. Ho was twico
breveted for gallantry during *he
civil war and was voted a medal .if
honor by Congress for conspicuous
bravery in battle. Nelson  Dailv Miner,   Sunday.   November 24, 1901
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There has been considerable discussion as to thc oost of the installation
and production per horse power of
electrical energy and it in held by
many that the cost of about 845 per
horse power per year, which the West
Kootenay Power and Light company
was to charge the eity, is entirely too
high. J. W. Swain in the Mining
Beporter, writing nnder the caption
of ''Electro-Chemical Industry,"
says: "The question Is complicated
in many ways. In thu first place it
is necessary to find what is the oostjof
power deevloped by water. The cost
in neither case is uniform; the cost of
water power and the oost ot power
generated by coal both vary exceedingly under different conditions. It
's even a fact that water power under
some cases (no doubt exceptional
cases) is more expensive than power
obtained from gas or steam. The
difference ln cost io different cases is
extremely great. From data gathered
from many sources I find that there is
one place (it is in Norway) where
power is generated at a cost of 20s.
per horse power per year. This cost Is
chiefly interest on capital expenditure
on thc works. But, on the other hand,
there are cases where water power
cost ten times, or more than ten
times, this amount. The capital outlay at Lyons has been ��84 per horse
power devclopod. as compared with
��3 '.Is. ild. at Vallorbe.in Switzerland.
Niagara power is a mean between
high and low water power costs, there
the charge to large consumers is ��5
per electrical horsepower per year
Difference of cant is equally wide in
the case of coal produced power. I am
informed on good authority that there
are steam power plants in operation
in the United Kingdom which yield
the power at a cost equiavlcnt to ��fi
per electrical horse power per year,
and certainly there are many where
the cost will be twice and even four
times that amount Such figures arc
for power generation on a large scale
(not less than 1,(100 horsepower units)
and also, of course, continuously and
uniformly delivered. One other ensen-
tial condition for obtaining a low
cost for steam power is, obviously,
low priced fuel. In the ease where
the oleotrioal power is said not to exceed ��5, fuel costs only 4s, lod por ton
delivered at thc boilers. Hut, not
withstanding the fact that under ex
trcmely favorable conditions eleotrical
energy oan be generated from coal at
a comparatively low cost, the fact remains that the greater number of
eleotro-ohemical and eloctro-metallnr-
gioal plants are operated by water
soepter of the Russia czar, weighs 138 I
1-1 carats. The noted Pitt diamond
weighs 100 carats and thc Star of the
South tips the beam at 133 carats.
The Emperor of Austria enjoys the distinction of owning a diamond weighing 130 1-4 carats and Portugal's ruler
has one whieh is only a carat lighter.
The Kohinoor has the most remarak-
ble history of any royal jewel and
none that will be worn by visiting
king, queen, potentate or titled personages or anyone else at the coronation can compare with it in interest.
Jewels like these mentioned are valuable enough for a king or a queen's
ransom. The oceasion promises to bu
tbo most memorable ol its kind in
either the nineteenth or the twentieth
century, but will be only in keeping
with the crowning of those who are
to be sovereigns over a "vaster empire
than has been."
The hatred which the anarchists
bear for rulers has been shown in n
shooting gallery in Rome which was
recently broken up by the police. The
shooting gallery had effigies at which
the customers shot. Three of these
represented Italian ministers and
prizes for hitting tbem were two
chccolate creams. Thc other targets
were counterfeit presentments of the
Pope, the King of Italy aud President
Roosevelt. The prize for hitting anyone of the latter three was five
chocolate creams. The gallery became
the meeting place of anarchists who
seemed to delight most with shooting
at the targets adorned with the
pictures of rnlerB.
The Boundary country may soon
have another smelter. The talk of
erecting the plant comes from the
British syndicate which recently took
over the Snowsboe mine near Phoenix.
The deveiopmeent of this property
has revealed that it has some enormous ore bodies second only in size to
those of the Knob Hill and Old Ironsides and there is no doubt about the
ability of the mine to keep u smelter
ln continuous operation. About 1,000
tons of ore has been sent to the smelter for testing purposes and the management is satisfied that it ean be reduced aud leave a fair profit. Edison,
the noted inventor, has beon experimenting with the ore with a view to
determining a method other than by
smelting for its reduction. It is
doubtful, however, if he ean evolve a
mode that will be cheaper than smelting for thisjclass of ore,_whieh_is self
fluxing, requires no roasting and oan
be treated by the Are process at the
minimum cost for that method. This
seems to be the conclusion that the
management has arrived at and doubt
less ere long, if there is any truth
in the reports current, another smelting plant will be added to those
already in existence in the Boundary
r"W"t"n ���
Tho coronation of Edward VII takes
plaoe on .luoe 25th, 11102, the ceremonies will extend over two days and
will be tho most elaborate seen lu
(Ireat Britain for many a day. On
this ocoasion the greatest display of
diamonds and other gems of modern
times mill take place. Mrs. bradley
Martin will wear a jewelled tiara
which will cost ��250,000. (juecn
Alexandria will have a more magnificent outfit of gems than anyone of the
grand dames present. In her eiown
will sparkle like a star of the first
magnitude tne peerless Kohinoor, the
most famous of the world's diamonds.
(Jueen Victoria used lo wear it on
rare occasions and she had it reeut
many years since to Its present size of
102 1 3 carats. There aro a number of
diamonds in existence which arc
larger than the one in possession of
Great Britain's royal family. The
Orlnff     diamond,    whieh   adorns   tin
Save Your Snowsboe Tags
The most popular braud of Chewing
Tiibneoo in Canada today is "Pay
Roll." Every Ping of "P��y Roll''
bears a "Hnowshoe" Tag. Consumers
shonld save tlicso tags, ns valnablu pre*'.
Henta are given for them. When you
buy "Pay Koll" Chewing Tobacco, nsk
your dealer for OUT new illustrated premium catalogue. Tags arc good up to
January let, I WW,
Queen Victoria, Gladstone, Disraeli
and Li Hung Chang, all of whom
filled a large place in the world and
who wore the most prominent figures
in the last contory, have been summoned to tho world beyond, and now
Catholics are stirred with a fear tbat
Popo Leo, who is seriously ill, Is soon
to cross tlie dark river. At any moment
the world may be shocked and grieved
to hear of the dem isc of the Pope.
Pope Leo has beon one of the really
great men of his time. He has over
been a potent force for peace among
the civilized nations of the earth. He
has always felt that he hud a high
mission on earth and has unselfishly
endeavored to carry it out so that
when ��he end came it might be said
to him "well done thou good and
faithful servant." He has seen In the
many years of the life that have been
vouchsafed to him Borne stirring scenes
in the history of the world and he has
outlived all of tbe great contemporaries who began life at about tbe
same timo that he did. It will be
said of him when he has passed away
that he was one of the greatest exponents of thn world'iijpcaoe and one ol
tbe noblest guides and guardians of
those of the Catholic faith. Pope Leo
was born in Valiscians, Italy,
March 2nd, 1H10. He was elevated to
the poni iflelni Neat at Rome on February 20th, 1878.
The fortnightly copper report of
Henry Hath and Son, Liverpool, issued
November 2nd, says that in England
and Franco stocks decreased 071 tons
for the preceding two weeks, and the
visible supply was 20,905 tons against
32,630, a reduction of 1,571 tons
within that time. Thc total shipments from the United States and
Canada to Europe from January 1st,
this year, to November 1st, were
7.h,iihi tons, against 138,883 tons for
thc corresponding period last year.
It is this large falling off doubtless
that accounts for the American surplus
and for the efforts of the'Amalgamated people to bring about its reduction without precipitating a collapse of the market and upsetting
present business condition!, Aa will
bo teen, however, from thc decrease
in stocks among British copper dealers, amounting lo almost 1,000 tons,
the turning point   has   been   reached,
Christmas Gifts
It seems a little early to mention   them
but every lady prefers to give her friends
something of
Her Own Handiwork
and it is high time to select and choose the necessary material. We have just received a very complete assortment
of Belding's celebrated Stamped Linen Goods consisting  of
Pin Cushion Tops, Embroidery
Bags, Bread Cloths, Photo Frames,
Tray Cloths, Sideboard Scarfs,
Laundry Bags, Tea Cloths, Shaving
Cases, Button Bags, Centrepieces,
in   all   sizes,   Veil Cases,   Doylies,
Colored Denim Cushion Tops, etc,
etc  etc.
Every shade of Embroidery Silks
in stock.
A lovely lot of articles in Handworked Irish Linen to select from.
The Hudson's Bay Stores
Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in all Cases.
There is nothing like Asthmalene. It
brings instant relief, even in tbe worst
cases.   It cures when all else fails.
The Rev. O. F. WELLS, of Villa Ridge,
111., says: "Yoar trial bottle of Asthmalene received in good condition. I cannot
tell you how thankful I feel for the good
derived from it. I wss a slave, ohained
with putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
years.   I despaired of ever being cured.   1
this dreadful and tormenting disease, Asthma, and thought you bad overspoken
yourselves, but resolved to give it a trial.
To my astonishment the trial acted like a
charm.   Send rae a full size bottle.
Rev. Dr. Marl-In Vt rmnlrr.
Rabbi of thn Oong. Bnai Israel,
Nkw York, Jan, 3,1901
Dn. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.,
Gentlemen: Your Asthmalene is an
excellent remedy for ABthmn nnd Hay
Fever, and its composition alleviates all
troubles which combine with Asthma.
Its success is astonishing and wonderful.
After having it carefully analyzed, we can state that Asthmalene contains
no opium, morphine, chloroform or ether.    Very truly yonis,
Avon Springs, N. Y, Feb. 1, 1801.
Drs. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.
Gentlemen : I write this testimonial from a sense of doty, having tested the
wonderful effect of your Asthmalene, for the cure of Asthma. My wife has
been all!cted with spasmodic asthma for th^ post 12 years. Having exhausted
my own skill as well as many others, 1 chanced to see your sign upon your
windows on 180 th street, New York, I at onoe obtained a bottle of Asthmalene.
My wife oommonced taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed
a radical improvement. After using one bottle ber Asthma has disappeared
and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I feel that I cnu consistently recommend the medicine to all who are aillioted with this distressing disease.
Yours respeotfnlly, O. U. PHBLPb, M. D.
Dr. Taft Baos, Medicine Co, Feb. 5, 1901,
Gentlemen: I was troubled witk Asthma for 212 years. I have tried numerous remedies, bnt they havo all failed. I ran aoinss yonr advertisement and
started with atrial bottle. I fonnd relief at onoe. I have since purchased your
f nil -sized bottle, and I am ever grateful, I have a family of four children, and
for six years was unable to work. I am now in tho best of health and am doing
business every day. Tbis testimony you can make such use of as you see fit.
Home address, 235 Rivington street. 8. RAPHAEL,
07 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.
and consumption shows a large in
crease. Tlie reason for this can only
oo surmmeil, but the figures look encouraging sb far as the English market is conoernod. Should the market
iliow similar improvement on this
side, every business and labor Interest
of tlte.ooppcr districts, as well as the
big companies themselves, may be
congratulated. Even the smaller
producers, who bave been on the
ragged edge, fearing a fall in prices
to a point which meant disaster, arc
reasonably mire of surviving under
the wings of the big concerns whose
poltoy has sustained the market; so
that vi In lo the surplus is still an element of danger, tlie prospects are im.
proving every day, and the futu'o will
be safe as soon as European consumers begin to stock up,
Wednesday Nov. 27
Houietimes a fortune, but never If
you have a sallow complexion, a
jaundiced look, moth patches nnd
blotches ou the skin,���all signs of
I.Ivor Trouble. Ilut Dr. King's New
Life Pills give Clear Skin, Rosy
Checks, Rich Complexion. Only 85
cents at Canada Drug and Hook Co.    |
Clam     Chowder
Pioneer Caterer.
at   Spear's.���Tbe
A oomplete and elegant production of
the sterling Comedy-Drama
Eighth Season strong Oompany
Elghtoen People
special sconory Electrical Elfocts.
Oar Fall Stock of
Furniture and Carpets
is now complete.
We bay of the Largest Manufacturers and Importers
j. o. mm & co.
The Complete Honse Furnishers.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce!
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up  Capital,   (8,000,000;
' ggregi
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.
Reserve   Pund,   J2,000,000;
B. E, WALKER, General Manager.
London Office: 6a Lombard Street, E.
New York Oflice; 16 Exchange Place.
And 68 branches in Canada and the Jutted States, inoludlngi
Atlin Greenwood Nelson Sandon
Oranbkoob        Kamloops .   New Westminster  Vanoouvbh
Fernie Nanaimo Rossland Victoria
YUKON DISTRIOT-Dawson and White Horse.
UNITED STATES-New York, 8anFranoisoo, Seattle, Portland, Skaovu
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Reoeived and interest Allowed.   Present Rate 11 Per Cent
Nelson Branch.
QRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
Wholesale aod Retail Meat Merchants
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Order* by mall to u>* branch will have careful and oramst attention.
Shares Will Be Advanced to
December 15th
Official Broker, Nelson, B. 0.
The Thrilling Burglary
The Torpedo Sensation
The steamboat Race.
Tho Carolina Quorletto
The Cotton press Tragedy
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.
The Rossland of the Lardean
Full particulars of
The Waverley Hotel
Hates *I.oo to $l.r.o por  day.   First
class Meals, 35c.    Next door to  Opera
vtT- tb,��BT*"* Telephone 147
Victoria St., Nelson. *
Windermere Mines,   OorranondeaoeSollolt
Certificate of Improvements
Foothill Mineral Olaim situate in lb��
Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Where looated-On Hall oreok 2H
mill s west of the railway ,
TAKE NOTICE that I, Frank
Fletcher of Nelson, F. M. C. No.
B50660 for myself and T. ���'���
Onncnn, F. M. O. No, Bli"U-.
intend sixty days from the dato liorri"
to apply to the Mlnin�� Recorder for ��
certificate of improvements for the |��''r"
pose of obtaining a Crown Grant of th"
above claim.
And further take notice that action
under seotion 87, must be commcncinj
before the issuance of suoh oertiilciiti' "'
Dated this 21��t day of November, A.
D��� 1001. FKANK FLEXCHEB Nelson   Daily ^Miner, Sunday November 24, 1901
mtm+��*��***��4"*|y* *Xi
I   MLNING NEWS.     |
Five car loads of the   machinery   of
Lanark   concentrator
have  been
mine   and it is
reMlTed at the Payne
ic0ted  that the work of re-erecting
will   be commenced   early
All told there will be 200
the  plant
tills week.
of   lumber   and 50   tons of ma
before   the
cliinery to he  transported
entire plant will have   been removed.
_l,e Sandon Paystreak says the
michincry for the MoCrossan smelter,
which is to be bnilt at p<"rBus��n u
being hauled up the road to that
p|acc It is to be a 50-ton stack, 'and
tbe builders say that they will give a
rule to thc Lardeau producers that
will nave all of thc long haul freight
An extraordinary general meeting
of the Nobc Five company is to be
held in Victoria on Thursday, December 5th, for thc purpose of considering
the legal pioceedings against the
eomiany foi the foreclosing of the
���ior!gage covering the property of thc
Development work on the St.
Eugene is progressing. The new
combination shuft is down 100 feet
anil the timbering of the shaft and
stations is in progress. As soon as
the timbering is completed drifting iu
tho Hill foot level will   be commenced.
The Prospector of Fort Steele says
there arc 25,000 tons of ore in the
Estella mine ready for shipment.
Slop* Ihe Conxh
nnil Works off (he Cold.
Lmtivo HionioQiilnine Tablot* ouro a cold
inoie u V.  No Cure, No Pay.   Prlco 25 cents
Pupils   Would   Allow Any Favors
an Objectionable Young Man,
A story of the early development of
the iiniouistic idea comes from one
of the adjacent mining camps. On
some special occasion the young lady
teaching the school was presented by
her pupils with a choice, bouquet
toward the purchase of which each
hail contributed a small amount.
Short ly uftcrwards thc children
noticed a flower from the bouquet on
thejlapel of a young man of the place.
This man when there had beon labor
troubles nt one of tho adjacent mines
hail acted as a guard under authority
aa a special provincial constable, and
while holding that position had
worked in the mine. When the regular provincial olllecr learned of this
he was dismissed.
The pupils wonld not allow their
beiHlhicnee to extend to this young
man and informed the teacher that sho
anist get the rosebud returned. This
to tbo lonelier seemed presumption in
hoys so small and she told them so.
Tlie hoys would not have it that way
nnil irave her one day to get the bloom
returned. This was not done and the
hoys called tho school out.
The regular attendance is so small
that even a small defection made
Caching impossible. For two days
the boycott continued when the
teacher gave way, wore the boquuet as
originally presented to her, and peace
was again restored.
Water finds its level so should you
especially in your conjugal relations
��nii companion for lite, which yon
MB havo from examination by Prof.
J-1'. McLeod, who can be found at
noom  l,   Royal   Hotel.    Do not miss
Used AH Over the World
More Sold Than Ml Ot tier Brands Combined
Insist; Upon Having-
Hair Brushes
Nail Brushes
Tooth Brushes
Clothes Brushes
We are showing a
splendid new lot at
Very Low Prices.
Hair Brushes 50c, to $3 50-
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
The number of licenses to bo issued
to sell liquors by retail in the city of
Trail, ia to be limited to 14, until tho
population of thc city shall have been
ascertained to be 3,000 or more, and
then, only one additional license will
be granted by the license commissioners for each full thousand of population In excess of 8,000 people. The
abovo stipulations are contained in a
by-law of general interest to hotels,
which was read at the mooting of the
council Monday evening. A* present,
Trail is supposed to have a population
of 1,B00 people, and 14 licenses are in
Lip Dptint
A very full line of these, including- several reserved brands on
hand- Shipments for Kootenay
are made from Victoria.
Additions to our stocks are being
continuously received by sailing vessels via Cape Horn.
A stock of these embracing tbo leading brands, is carried at Nolson,
thereby enabling quick del ivory to
Kootenay buyers.
Carried in stock in Nelson.
Kootenay Street,
P. O
Next Oddfellows'
Box 633.
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
P. O. Box 145 .Nelson, B.c
Advertisements inserted under this head at
the rate of one oent a word per Insertion, No
advertisement taken for loss than 3d cents.
Situation Wanted advertisements inserted
three times free of charge.
FOR    HALE.���One     heavy    draughft
* team, apply to J. A. Saywanl
nelson, b. c.
PIANO���For- Male, cheap, or will
rent; almost new, Mason und Risen,
upright.    Apply Miner olliee.
11A    J. ROBERTSON Sc CO.-Next door to
! ���J.   tho now  1'osl UIHeo building, Vernon
si.. Nelson.   I Liy 'phono 888. Night 'i>lionu 8U7.
HOUSE   tu rent   on Vernon     street.
Apply Captain T. J. Duncan.
KOR SALE.���An   educated cub   bear,
large and gentle,   seven months old.
Apply at this office.
WARM,    well   furnished    rooms    for
rent, 313 East linker street.
TO RENT.���Two   furnished rooms on
Halter street, $20; sixrooiue.il house,
$15. S. M. Brvdges, K. W. C.
FURNISED       ROOMS.���Apply      on
Silica,     second   door   west     Ward
street. ~"***
ROOMS and HOARD.���Every convenience;   southeast   corner of   Carbonate and Josephine street.
ROOMS TO RENT.���K. W. C. Klock-
Two rooms en suite on Ward st.,
also rooms facing the west. On September 1, two sirgie rooms and two
or three en tu.te facing Baker st.
Furnished or unfurnished. Mrs. F.
3. Squ.re, Room 41,  K.    W. 0. Hlock.
Spokane Falls A
R. P. Rithet & Oo-, Limited
A.' B-  CxXvA. X   Roproseii'tatlv
P. 0. Box 621       ���      Nelson
Tenders are invited for the purchase
of the stock in trade of Theo. Madson,
of Nleson, H. O, consisting of Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Mens' Furnishings, nnd Chattels and a Tent and
Awning Factory, with Canvas, Tent
Hardware and Sewing Maohines, etc.
Tenders may be for the whole of the
stook in trade or for any part theieof,
Tenders may be for Cash or on
Tenders to be >n wiiting and addressed to the undersigned on or before Monday the 25th day of November, 1001, at 12 noon.
Dated at Nelson,"B.C., this 15th day
of November, 11101.
Assignee estate Theo. Madson.
Macdonall Sc Johnson, Solicitors
for Assignee.
Northern R'v.
Nelaon __  Fort
Sheppard RY
Red Mountain R'v.
The next attraction at tho Nelson
Opera House will be a beautiful scenic
Production of the pretty southern
comedy drama, A Romance of Coon
Hollow, in which the clever little
"oubrette star, Iola Potneroy, will
���"Ppcar in the prlncipalfrole. Besides
aii cllicient dramatio company, there
"ill bo a uoted quartette in songB of
'��e south, aDd B tronpe of dancers
��m to bo of unusual merit, There
��'e over a score of people upon the
!'��.o, the company being muoh larger
"inn dm average. They will be seon
'��� Nelson Opera Houso next Wednesday.
Q'lldt Work of a Sunday  Morning  at
China Creek.
In the guloh, last Sunday, much in-
,erc8t w���� manifested   in the result of
* "��ys hunting by  Jumos Hardinton
Marie. Ncwburn   and   William Plu
"'an,   who killed   four   boars in   as
"��ny hours,     Tho men started out at
* "��� rr. after deer and made China
L"'li their destination. They went
"P the mountain for it milo and a half
*nen they were arrested by the vigor-
""�� barking of their dog, in a dump
of "nslius behind them. Turning they
���"re confronted by a big cinnamon
*" nm1 three cubs. They had no
'ok to lose in despatching the bunch.
^lug to tho difficulty of travel, only
'*" of the cubs were brought in. The
fckl" of the other and the old bear
""'��� also brought to'town.-Trail
Uroek News.
If he'd had Itching Piles. They're
terribly annoying; but Rucklon's
Arnica Salve will cure the worst case
of piles on earth. It has cured thousand's. For Injuries, Bruises or
Bodily Eruptions it's the best salve in
ihe world. Price 25c a box. Cure
guaranteed. Hold by Canuda Drug
and Book Co.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
VT.Ianu   B. A.
I 0. GWILUM, B-,
Late of Geological Survey of Can-
ada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Street NeUM. B C
Bo  sure and get the genuine   BENNETT'S OUTTA PERCHA FUSE.not
something that looks  like   it.   Law-
renoe Hardware Co., Agents.
Sufforod From AHthma for Twolvo Yoarn.  Tho
Sulloron ,rnm |>rPMCrll,pll Oliirkofc Kola
Compound.   Was Cured with Two Bottles.
Mr N 11. Hum", C. l>. It. onijinoer, Western
Mr..". it. '�����" ,.j h_vu H���ir_ro,i fromacthma
For the comfort of the number of
people who are now using this
popular line, a direct daily Buffet
Car service has been inaugurated,
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable on any of the
larger railways in Canada or the
Close connections made at Spokane for the south, east  and  west.
Only io hours to Seattle and 18
to Vancouver and Victoria..
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points.
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
0:20 a. m Spokane 7:15 p.m
12:25 p.m Rossland 4:30 p<m
10:30 a.m Mountain 5-59 p. m.
n ;4o a. m Nelson 6 ;4S p. E0.
H. A, JACKSON, O. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Wash
Agent, Nelson.    P
WANTED.���A     situation     at     light
housework   or   taking care of baby.
Apply W., Miner office.
WANTED.���Men    and women wanted
to  work   at   home.      Oood   wages.
Write   Cllasgow     Woollen    company,
Duct. 0,-i Toronto.
N. M. Cuinmius, Lotwoo���Kvory known
variety of soft drinks.   1' O Ilex 88.  Telethon
No. 31. Hoover Struct, Nelson.   He! Urn- of the
f.uiiouH .Sl. Leon Hot Siirintfs Mineral Wntor
C1ANE Sc MAl'llONAl.ll III. Cano, .lame
J A. Macdonaldl���Architects and Huperlu
loiuioiils, Ilroken Hill Hlook, cornor Baker and
Ward Streets, Iselson
A    MACDONALD   Sc Co.-Corner   Fron
���   and  Hall  Stroots���Wholesale   grocer
und jobbers in blankets, gloves, mills, boots
rubbers, luackinuws aud miners' sundries.
PHUIINS & Co.���Baker Stroot, Nelson -
���   Wholesale doalors in frosh a d cured
meals.   Cold Storage.
Hiilier Street, Nelson    \)'liole.,ulo dou
ors in frosh and cured moats.      *
J Street, Nelson ��� Wholesalo dollars Id
hardware, minors' supplier, sporting goods
M'LACHCAN BROS. (Successors to Van
oouver Hardware'Co, l.td.i Bakor Stroot.
Nelson���Wholesale dealers in hardware and
mining supplies, plumbers' and tiusuiithb' sup
EMI'LOYMENI\--All   kinds   of   help
wanted���Orders     for   help    receive
prompt attention.   Bl Purdy, Employment agent.     Phone  44.    P   O.   Hox,
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's Nest
Southern   By.      Hood   wages, long
job   Headquarters, Elko,    R.   C. A.
Guthrie & Co.
Money to Loan at 8 per cent.
Insurance Real Estate
POR RENT.���Two offices over Queen
Cigar store, 815; 7-roomod house, bath
aud sewer, 1(133; 4-roomed house, water
only, 111.
FOR SALE.���Two lots, Observatory
st., on car line, $480; 5-room house,
Carbonate st., 81,000; 7-roomud house.
Carbonate st, 33,100.
Will pay the highest cash price for all
kinds of second hand goods. Will bay
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oarperts,
-ookiug utensils, bought In bonsehold
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 300. Hall
Street, Nelson, R. C.
NKLSON   HARDWARE!   CO.-Wholesalo
paints, oils and gliiHs; mechanics   tools
Agents foi Ontario 1'owdor WorkK; ifnamito
rpURNKR, HKKTON Sc Co.-Corner Vernon
JL and Josephluo Streets, Nolson���Whole
salo doalors in liquors, cigars, and dry goods
Agents for Pabst lli-ewiug Co. of Milwaukoc
and Calgary Hrewing Co of Calgary.
UDHON'8 UAY Ca-Wholiwale Krocerio:
and Ik.uorH oto., Baker tilrouu NqIhuiu
Ofllco cornor Hall and Front HLroeU
Nelnon���Lumber, OQtllnjr, lloortnt., and ovory
Mdng in wood for huilduiK imr|ioHUM, Uol uui
prieori.   Correspondence Kolicited.
rp  GALLON <c VO.
X ���   and twines.   AlwayH a largo
hand. Telephone 2U5.  Uooid 14, K.-W.-U Block
Dcalcrn in  oro Mack*
AlwayH a largo stuck   on
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
469 nelson b c
You can put in your coal and then light the fire
from the top. It has a large ash pan so the ashes
can be removed without trouble. It has a draw
grate so the clinkers will go down in the ash pan.
Ask for the
Ox Air Blast
?^lt,Z\ZiTiomU,no'rmtir twelve yours,
"ndlvt SS ln>t��"? R^PKSbS
help me permanently, nntfi the (J. K"R. rtoeUir
Sresorlhod Clarke's k I. Compound for mo   n
ouro  for Uthma,    800 that jim  ac\
ClaYke'K. "Sold-b/driigKiHtaorhyUm Griffin*
Stoves and
Ranges . .
Wo :ire dhowing tbls  hmimiii  a full
line of these goods and solicit your
B**^           _^^^"^
esteemed patronage-
W*^^^              j
Lawrence Hardware
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, N. 1).
Allan Line Ionian Dec,  7
Allan Lino Tunisian Deo. 11
Beaver Lino  Luke Superior Dec. II
Beaver Line U ml h Castlo Doc. 20
Those sieiuuorH Bail from Halifax ono duy
From Portland, Me.
Dominion Lino Vanoouvor Doc. U
Dominion Lino Dominion Dec. 20
From Now York
White 8tar Lino Majostlo Doc. i
White Star Line Cymirlo Dec 10
Whito Star Ltno Oeonnlo Doo.ll
Ounard Lino  Unibria, Doe.   7
Cunard LlnoLucanla Dec. 14
American Line Philadelphia .Dec.   4
American Lino SI,. Paul  Duo. 11
Anchor Line Anchorla Doc. 14
Anchor Lino Furnoaiila Doc. 28
Fiom I lesion
Cunard LlnoSaxonla Dec. 7
Cunard Lino Ultonia Doc. 21
Dominion Lino Now England Dec, 4
For furthor Information regarding N. G.
Lloyd Ilauihiirg-Auierieaii, Holland-American
linen and for rules, rotiorvation of bortliH, otc.
Apply to
Gen. Agoni, Winnipeg, Ulan.
J, S. CARTER. D. P. A��� Nolaon
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings. Saab Doors.
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber*
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NKLSON
and LA KM).
������������������������<>��������������������� ������������������������������
& CO.
Cigars .-
I Phone 117
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OARS : : : ���
You should'nt sond out of town for
cards for yourself or your husband
until you sec what Tbe Miner can do
for you.
in  addition  to  usual
ment   on
Orows' Nest Section-
Leave  Kootenay  Landing
Tuesday and  Friday  for   St
Paul via Soo Line.
Friday only for 1 oronto,
Montreal and Boston and intermediate points on direct
For lioi 111 m , 11 t allies, nil ly nnd full
information apply to.
Ii. L. Brown,
Oity I'lisiietiKer Agent
J. S. Oahtrr,
Dis. Pass. Afft.
A. O. P. A.
Vancouver Nelson Daily Miner Sunday, November 24,   1901
MOULEY   &      Wo desire  to Inform
thc public that wc
havo taken over the
buHinetfs of
whieh will in the future bo carried
on under the style of
We ask for tho Kupnort of  tho  residents of
Nul mi nnd the Kootenay Country.
Our premises   are being enlarged and lin-
Sroved to meet the evergrowing trade of tho
The stock of Books, Office Supplies, Station-
cry and Faney Goods will be increased and offered at prices which will make it wortli your
vvhile to deal with un.
��� ��/WWW w*^ vwvww wv��>
5 ti. H. Monlton Barrett ami D. Beatli
are stopping at the Phnir awaiting
the arrival of it London capitalist,
Mr. Adolph Drucker, to complete the
purchases cf some tfold leases iu the
Ilorselly district placers.
Thc Salvation Army expects to move
into its new barracks about the middle of December, and the event will
be celebrated by a grand banquet at
which Major Hargreaves and a number of the staff officers will be
At tbe Baptist church tins evening
��� a sermon dealing with temperance
will be delivered by the pastor, entitled Where Are We at With the
Liquor Question? At the morning service thc subject ol the sermon will be
In Christ.
At the police court yesterday morning a dronk was fined $5 and costs. A
Chinaman was brought up for allowing an accumulation of garbage on bis
premises, but was released on suspended centence to allow him to have
same removed.
H. I.. .Nicholson, representative of
J. F. Linaberg, of Rossland, who has
horses leased to Contractor Carlson
on the Lardo railway, and A. G
Orcolinan, contractoi for railway
buildings, left for the railway yesterday   afternoon.
A meeting of the board uf works
will be held at 10 o'clock Monday
morning to arrange for the removal of
garbage In several eases that have
been brought before them, and to dis-
onss certain important matters in connection with the health of the oity.
A large quantity of supplies were
shipped during the past week over the
Nelson-Oranite wagon road to the
properties in the neighborhood of
Forty-Nine oreek. In a few places
boulders have rolled down on thc road
from the bank at the side, but not
enough to interfere with traffic
There will be a union service of the
Methodist, Presbyterian, Congregational ind Baptist denominations In
tit. Paul's Presbyterian cburoh on
Thanksgiving day (Thursday). Rev.
Dr. Wright will preach and the
clergymen of the other denominations
will take part in the service.
At Bt. Paul's Presbyterian church
at the morning service the choir will
sing What Arc These (Stainer). In
the evening the quartette will sing
Abide With Me, (Barnby). The morning will be spooially for children and
young people. Thc choir is preparing
special Thanksgiving music fur next
T M. Beamish and John Collstro,
the defendants in the Rossland intimidation onsen, havo completed their
engagement with Governor Lemon.
Collstro returns to Rossland on Monday, and Ri'iiinish goes up to Nino-
Mile point to look after work on
claims he is developing third. These
nre very promising claims, on ono of
which is a gold-copper vein nssaving
��M to the ton. There is also a vein of
free milling ure winch shows values
of $17.
Those who had the pleasure of
hearing Misses Queenie McCoy mid
Jean Robinson lust Monday evening
at the Presbyterian church will be
pleased ti kDOW that they are arranging for nuother concert to lie held in
the Opera House on the evening of
Ileoember 2nil when it is expected
thnt they will be assisted liy Mr.
Hedley, the violinist. Owing to the
severe cold from which Miss Mel'oy
was suffering during her Nelson ,'isit
thoy have had to postpone their Mloenn
engagements until  the coming week.
The Nelson Bunt eliili will give a
danne on Wednesday evening, November 27th. The Inst hop given by the
club was sii"h a pronounced success
thnt It has been decided to bold
another. An energetic committee hns
the arrangement for the function in
hand and it is certain that it will no
equally successful as the last one.
Tickels can lie obtained from any of
the committee, Messrs.  Nace. Winter,
Prater, Wetmore, Banyan, Matthews,
Croasdaile and Brewer,or at the Phnir
hotel, Morley and I.aing, stationers.
or from Jacob Dover, thc jeweler.
Rev. R. Frew, pastor of St. Paul's
Presbyterian church, who is on furlough in Great Britain, is now visiting Lord and Laay Aberdeen, in Scotland. He is much stronger in health
and expects to return to Neison before
the end of the year.
This evening at Emmauuel church
Rev. Wm. Munroe will preach on Progress. The music for the service will
be: Bass solo with obligato, The
Led Our God Be With Us, by W.
Caldwell and choir; anthem, Guide
Me 0 Thon Great Jehovah. A cordial
invitation is extended to everyone.
At the Opera House last night a
crowded house witnessed the lively
comedy A Night Off, tbe last play to be
presented by the Auditorium Stock
oompany in their present engagement.
The play is a bright and laughable
one and evoked roars of laughter and
plenty of applause from beginning to
end. W. McBride, as the henpecked
professor and amateur playwright,
and J. I.ce Morris handled the main
comic parts admirably. Miss Miguel
played the part of the professor's
daughter in her usual piquant manner, and the other parts were also
well taken. At the afternoon matinee
La Belle Marie was played.
If von have a fancy to try Llpton's
Delicious Tea ask your grocer to please
not tell you that he has something
just as good, for you are tired of that
talk and you have an idea of your
T. G. Holt, of Vancouver, iB staying
at the Phair.
P. Burns and wife arrived in Nelson
yesterday and are staying at the
W. F. DuBois, late superintendent
of the Arlington mine in Slocan, was
in yesteiday.
Alexander Sharp, mining engineer
nf the First Thought mine, near Boss-
burg, came in last evening.
L. II. Allison, of the Athabasca
Gold Mines, limited, was in the city
yesterday on a business visit. He
came to town for the purpose of purchasing supplies for the winter.
Dr. B. F. Williams, late of Vancouver, who has been in the city for several days, left yesterday morning for
Rykerts, where he will act as
Doimnion quarantine agent, and will
inspect passengers coming into the
province from Washington, via Bon-
ners' Ferry.
Mrs. McBeath bas returned home
after an absence of four months.
While she was away she visited her
old home in New Brunswick, which
she left 17 years ago. She spent a
Bhort portion of the time visiting
Mrs. Wardsworth, formerly of Nelson,
but now of Montreal. While in the
latter place she had the pleasure of
seeing the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York. Mrs. McBeath also
visited friends in Toronto, St. Paul,
Minneapolis and also in the coast
cities, where she remained for a
Fancy Oyster stews at  Spear's���The
Pioneer Caterer.
Queens.���J. LeMoine, Kaslo;  Capt,
and Mrs." Reed Str. Kaslo,
Phnir.���Geo. Curran, Milwaukee;
P. Burns nnd wife, Calgary; W. V.
Hunt, Bennington ; B. Roy, Rossland;
W. F. DuBois, Cody; T. Jackson and
wife, Slocan; J. C. Aigall, W. H.
McKay, Bossburg; T. G. Holt, Vancouver; A. Sharp, Bossburg.
Grand Central.���J. A. Dallas, J.
MoGuire, W. Campbell, Revelstoke;
J. Mallett, McGuigau; W. Bonner, S.
3, Oonser. Moyie; Mrs. J. Martell,
Mrs. D. Blanchard, Pilot Bay; P.
Iicngrcr, Slocan; J. L>. McRae, Sandon; R. E. Lonyon, Silver King
mine; C. Vance, Slocan.
________ m
Hume.���C. E. Lands, W. N. Bray-
ton, Knslo; J, Scott, Montreal; II. D.
Nicholson, P. Trerablny, Rossland,
Mrs. 0. McLeod. and daughter, Winnipeg; T, 0, Johnson, Montreal; H
C, Killeen, Cranbrook; John Love.
Winnipeg; 0 A. Burgoron and wife,
Granite mine; T. II. Atkinson, Ymir;
II. D. McUlllrrey nnd wife. New
Denver; M. Smith, Vancouver; R.
II. Bryce, Winnipeg; O. Douglas,
Toronto; J. J. M"Kny, Vancouver.
Union Engineers Resume Work at tho
Centre Star.
Rossland, Nov. M.���The Lancnstcr
hones had a narrow escape from possible destruction lust night about S
o'clock. One of the guests left a
lighted electric light lying on his
bed and the lamp Set fire to the bedding. Fortunate'y the trouble was
discovered before tho lire had gained
nu) headway and tlie burning bed
clothes were tossed out of the
The union engineers went back to
Ihe Contre Star yesterday and the
work of pumping out that property
hns commenced. The men will continue at their posts just as long as no
attempt is made to work the mini*.
RoBslntid, Nov. 23.���The ore shipments lor the week ending tonight
from tho Rosslaud camp aggregated
5,51)0 tons divided as follows: Le Roi
mine, 3,700 tons; Le Roi No. It, 1,350;
Rossland-Grent Western, 450. The
total for the yoar to date is 162,018
tons.      The pumps were started at the
nelson    f eS| Transfer Co.
Thanksgiving Day
A complete and elegant production of a
new version of the   sterling
TWENTIETH   SEASON    1882-1901
tola  Pomeroy   and Select   Company,
Special Scenery.      18 People
Electrical   Effects.
The Carolina Quartette.
The Torpedo Explosion,
The Great steamboat Scene.
Centre Star mine this morning and the
workings will be unwatered as rapidly as possible, after wbieh regular
mining operations will be resumed.
Licensed    Assayers���More   Thorough
Inspection of Nursery Stock.
Victoria, Nov. 23.���A meeting of
the Horticultural board will be held
next week to take steps to enforce
more vigorously quarantine and inspection of nursery stock imported
from thc United States and the eastern
Attorney Jeffrey of Seattle, is here
to institute 30 actions for damages
against the C. P. N. Co., In connection with the Islander disaster.
D. A. Ayres, ot Trail; H. Colison,
of Victoria; W. S. Marshall, of Duncans, and H. G, Comeoi, of East
Vancouver, have passed the cxamina
tion entitling them to practice assaying in the province.
Mutiny in Army Likely to Follow
Delay of Pay.
Constantinople, Nov. 23,���Never
has the Turkish government been in
suoh financial straits as at the present
time. It is impossible to see how the
expenses of the Ramazan and Bairamk
due in December and January, and
involving ��380,000 can be met. The
Ottoman bank utterly refuses to make
any more advances and the penury is
so acute tbat even tbe troops ln many
of thc provinces are unpaid. The consequence is that there have been
mutinies in several districts. Hostile
demonstrations nere recently have
only been quieted by the authorities
hastily scraping together a tew thousand piastres as something on account. The discontent in the army
forms thc real danger ln the situation.
New York Nov. 23.���Suicide, fatal
accidents and attempted murder
figured strikingly in the history of
Greater New Yotk today. Ella Dea-
vine, aged 21, killed herself with
Paris green ; Rose Goldberg, aged 22,
died of arsenical poisoning; Etelma
Dwortha, a Polish girl of 10, waa
asphyxiated with gas; Albert Rein-
hardt, aged 27, met a similar fate;
Mrs. Annie Darian, aged 28, and
Miohael Moore, a baby, fell ta death
.through stairways; Hcniy Williams,
aged 5, died fiom the mangling he
got under a steam engine. The knife
was used twioe in anger, Elbera
Thomas, aged 30, being badly
wouned by her husband, Henry
Thomas, and Thocias Inaugusta, aged
55, being stabbed twice by Frank
Millaggo. .
London, Nov. 28.���Tlie Jackson
(Diss de Ban) trial was adjourned for
a week, today, but the magistrate
announced that he would commit the
female for trial on the charge of
swndling and that he wonld commit
the othei on tho charge of unnatural
practices. Both prisoners wll be committed on the charge of committing
criminal assaults on a gnl under in
yenrs of age.
CoalM Wood
Baku, Nov. 23,���The immense oil
well which has been producing a million poods daily since November 17th,
has been supplemented by another
gusher almost aN large, which was
struck Nov. 21st, As a result of this
immense production, the local prioe
of oil has fallen six copecks.
���  1
Another ridiculous food fad has been
branded by the most competent
authorities. They have dispelled the
silly notion that one kind of food is
needed for bruin, another for muscles,
and still nnotbur for bones. A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of the body, but it will
sustain every other part. Yet, however good your food may be, its nutriment is destroyed by indigestion cr
dypepsia. You must prepare for their
ppearance or prevent their coming by
aking regular doses of Gieen's August
Flower, the tavonte medicine of the
healthy millions, A few doses aids
digestion, stimulates the liver to
healthy action, purifies the blood, and
makes you fael buoyant and vigorous.
You can get Dr. C. (1. Green's reliable
remedies at W. F. Tootzel Sc Co.'s.
Get Green's Special Almanac.
Best  Fir and Tamarac  Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Office on  Baker Street. Tel
N. E. T. CO.
Forty minute service until 11 a. m.
and after 7.40 p. m., 20 minutes between.   Leaving H. B. Store 6.45.
Boguslowx Stanley St.
7.00 a  m. 7.20 a. m.
7.40 8.00
8,20 8.40
9.00 9.20
9.40 10.00
10.20 10.40
11.00 11.00
Twenty minutes until 7,40 p. m.   at
the hour, 20 past and  20 to
BagunloM r Stanley Sl
7.40 p  m 8.00 p. m.
8.20 8.40
9.00 9.20
9.40 10,00
10.40  last rais. 10 26    ���
The 10 p. m. oar from Stanley street
meets the 10.10 p. m. train nt the depot,
goes up Stanley street and then to Bo-
Good lots for sale in Addition "A"
close to Triimlincs. For all information apply at the Company's office,
Vernon street.
H. & M. BIRD
Moury lo loan On Improved Ileal Estate
1st MorljniKcx nt s per cent.
$000.���Two 4-roomcd bouses each
18x22 feet, and one lot in Hume
Aduition. Good position. Cash
only, $160, balai.ee $450 mortgage. A great bargain,
8850.���House and lot on Observatory
street, west of Josephine street.
Cash 8250,   balance   easy terms.
$3,250.���Fight-roomed honse and
three lots in good position,close
to tbe tram line; terms cash
$1,750, balance straight mortgage at 8 pel cent.
817.00.���5-roomed house, all conveniences.
811.00.���3-roomed house and base
ment on Water street.
$20.00.���Seven-roomed house on Chatham street, Hume addition,
first story of brick.
$22 00.���Seven-roomed house, modern
improvements,corner of Stanley
and Mines road.
$20.00.���Six-roomed houso. corner of
Stanley and Observatory
str cots"
P.   La  S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
Mineral ��l��tn���� and miues suiveyed.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage,
Apply to O. Ii. LENNOX Bai�� 8>.
0AK8.-MEALS a la 0ARTE.
Close connection East nnd Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
Direct connection al, 8t. 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 9:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily ior West at 7:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 800 p m
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound,
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Dulnth with
the magnificent steamships North West
and North Land of theNorthern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further information, aps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls Sc Northern Ry., Kaslo Sc Slocan
Ry., Kootei ai Railway Sc Navigation
Co., or to
Oity Pass, and Tkt- Agt,  W  7ol   \V,
Riverside Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TAGKAKURY, Local Agent,
Nelaon,B 0
That New Waterproof
Perhaps you intend purchasing one or maybe not.    The question is "Do
you need one ?"    As a special inducement to purchase now and from  us
Note These Prices
Ladies' Raglan Coats in Plain and Twill Clothr ; Colors Dark and
Light Grey, Fawn and Mixed effects.    Special price       ,       $13.00
Ladies' Waterproof Tweed Coats. Perle's make, all colors, every garment guaranteed.    Regular $13, special price        :        .        $10,00
Children's Rainpronf Coats, Colors, Navy, Black and Fawn, made in the
same style as the ladies.    Special each        . . . $4,!>Q
Cor. Baker & Ward Sts.
Nelson, B. C.
i MTarland & Brdokman i
9 We have just opened a line of j?
jl   China Hall
Very unique in design.
Baker Street *j
West Kootenay Butcher Co*
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   O.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
"��be IRo^al Bank ot Canaoa"
Capital  Authorlxed,
Incorporated i860.
,     9.1,000 600.001  Capital  Paid-up,      ,    .     .      ����,o��0,000.00
Bent, ��i,iiHi,iiMiMKi
Board of Directum     rhomas 10. Kenny,  President;   Thomas Ritchie,  Vice I'robiiloiit
Wiley Smith. H. G. Baold, Hon. David MaoKoen.
���lead Oflice, Halifax 1
General Manager, Kd��on L. Pease, Montreal.	
Superintendent of Branohes, and Secretary, W. B. Torranoe, Halifait,
Brauchea t
Nova   Scotia���Halifax   Branch,   Anttgonl��h
Brldgewater, Guysboro. Londonderry, Lu
onburg. Maitland (Hants Co.), Plotou, Port
Hawkesbury, Sydney, Shubonacadle.Truro,
Nevr    nrunswlck ��� Bathurst,     Dorohestor,
Fredorlcton, Kingston (Kent Co.), Mono-
ton, Newcastle, Sackville, St, John.Woodstock*
P. K. Island���Charlottetown, Sumniersltle,
Quebec-Montreal, (City Oflice), Monircn
West End (Cor. Notre Dame and HuIb-
nours Strootsl; Wostmount (Cor. Qroouo
Avenue and St. Catharines  Street,
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cuba, West ladles���Havana.
United States���Now York (16 iCxohango Place
Republic Wash.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vancouver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria,
Correspondents 1
Canada-Merchants Bank of Canada.   Boston-National Bhawmut Bank.   Cnlcago��� Illinois
Trust and Savings Bank.  San Francisco-First National Bank.   London, Kng.-Hnnk of
Scotland.   Paris, France���Credit Lyonnats.   Bermuda���Bank of Bermuda.   China and Japan��� Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Spokane-Old National Bank.
General Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bough
and Sold, Latter* of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
Before onlling  and  seeing our
large assorted stock of
Furniture aud Carpets
A  cnrload  of  Newest   Styles  in lr���
and Brass Beds.   See out  new  sty es
Morris Ohairs.   It ckers   aud   Upholstered Goods
& GO.
and try a bottle, a doron, or a barrel ot
CALGARY BEER as lt Is the bost and
phflapMt on tho markot. Also try onr
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
Telephone 03
Baker St., Nelson
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
Kat��s to all railway and
lake points
General Agent,
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors wesi
C.P.R. offices.
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Shortest and qnlokest routo to iho oast nnil all
points on -ho O. K. Sc N. und Northern 1
clllo Railways ln Wo-hinuton, Oregon ano
Southern States.
Time Card Effective August I. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
S:S0 a. rn, Lv.
111:5.1 p.m. Ar.
Ar. 4:00 p. m
Lv. 1:15 p. rn.
Int Nav- & Trading Co-
5:20 p. ro. Lv. Nolson Ar. 11:00 J. m.
0:10 p. m. Ar. Kaslo Lv. 7:00 n-"'���
Connecting at Flvo Milo Point with Nelson
& Fort i-hoppard Railway both to and rrom
Hossrand, oto
Tickets sold to all parts in Unitod State- ""'���
Canada via Groat Northern anil O. It- �� "���
Co.'s linos, .       .     ���,_ ���n
Ocean steamship tlokots aod rates \ la an
linos will boflirnlsliod on application.
For further particulars oali on or adilrorf
v��-����er. Kasln.fl, u
a. IC Taokabubt Anont, Nolson a C.


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