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Uaily Edition No.  1204
Nklson,   British  Columbia, Saturday,   November 30, 1901
Eleventh  Year
The  St.  Andrew's  Society
Give   a   Delightful
Telegrams   Sent   and   Received���Toasts. Guests,
Tlic St Andrew's society observed
St. Andrew's day with n banquet
ijlveD nt tlie Phair hotel last evening-.
It was beyond a doubt the most successful observation of the anniversary
of Suotland's patron Faint ever held
in Nelson. About 70 guests were
present, the utmost good fellowship
prevailed and those present enjoyed
themselves to thoir full extent as only
Scotsmen ean on an occasion of this
kind. Millwnrd's string- orchestra
furnished musio dear to the heart of
the Highlander and Lowlander, while
George M. Gunn contributed selee-
tiuns on tho bagpipes which carried
the banquetters back in memory to
thc hind if their birth. "The Camp-
hells are Oouiin'," "Illuo Hells of
Scotland," "Annie Laurie," "Comin'
thro the Rye," and other Soottish airs
excited the greatest enthusiasm.
Among those present were the
following: John Gibson, 0. V. Holt.
(leo. M. (Junn, A. B. Gray, W. A.
Turner, S. M. Brydges, Capt. Paterson. A. r,. MeCulloeh, Chas. Hillyer,
J. A. McDonald, Percy Charapan,
Jas. Bnnnerman; (leo. 0, Tuntall, Jr ,
A. II. Graoey, W. C. McLean, Dr.
McLennan, W. A. McLean, Dr.
Doi.erty, Dr. Stoddart, John McLeod,
J. C. Devlin, John Lochore, Bruce
White, John McLatehie, Stewart
Uralmm McGregor Campbell, Alexander Allan, John Rae, Geo. Juh.,-
stone, James McPhee, A. L. MoKil-
lop. Sam Neelaiids, H. E. Connon,
Edward McLeod, J. Roderick Robertson, T. McCammon, Capt. Dun oan,
ueo. Hell. Capt. Gilford, A.G. Fox, J.
M. Lay, John Hamilton, Win. Irvine,
Enos Nelson, John Malone, Jas. McDonald, G. K. Taokabury, J. S.
Carter. Docker,H.A.Crease,A, J.Kerr, P.
-. Wilson. Harry McLeod, J. A. Turner, Geo. Kydd, D. A. MoFarland, J.
(1. Egan, Rev. Wm. Munroe, Ed.
Ferguson, M. Gigot.
Tlie menu was a credit to the r'hair
and included such viands as Caller
Oysters, Saumon frae the Spey,
Braized wild Deuk frae Charlie
Kjkert's, Haggis, Bubbly-Jock wi'
Red Berries, 'Din' Leg o' a Hellan
Slot, ete. The Haggis was brought
in from the kitchen by an attendant
in front ot whom came Piper Gunn,
playing ilic "Campbells are Comin'."
Capt. Duncan made a humorous address to the haggis which brought
down thc house.
Rut mark, the rustic Haggis fed ;
The trembling earth lesoundsis tread,
Clap in his walie nieve a blade,
He'll mak it whustle.
An' Ii
gs, an' airms,   an'  heads   will
how many Scotsmen o' our great race
would like to see ye, not sittin' in a
mossy dell o' by ycrn-l', but just
were ye are in tbe Phair hotel, wi'
brithcr Soots in Nelson town, Wi'
mountains, lake and mist around,
and gude Scotch whusky running
City     came      the
Like  tops o' thistle.
During the disanssiun of the menu,
telegrams were read, sent to and
mining ffora, Scotsmen in other cities.
Iho following was  sent  to  Quebec
"J the local St. Andrew's society :
Cake o' fnithers knewn o' old,
Uko o  the men o'bcotia's line
Beneath whese awfu' form behold
J-asseniich sheep and onions fine,
I" with ye nigh, be with ye nigh.
Lest yc get dry, lest ye get diy.
"la following wits sent to
By the wraith o" Hugh John Mac-
nonold, take a' the whuskey ye oan
��e nicht, for ye'11 be good and dry
tH'ffiro another St. Andrews.
���Tho following was sent the Presi-
'tont of the St. Andrew's soolety,
Hurrah! Hurrah I for Kaslo Celts
"ey   _0'er   will   be happy till   their
smelter smelts.
����y  adversity's winds prove smelter
Ad(1    ne'er    know   freezing    while
smelters last.
1Us was sent to  the   St.   Andrew's
society at Grand Porks:
Nay   Scots in the two wee towns love
ano anither,
nyo  borrow   trouble   and   cash
h"r���ly the Dieht'and taKe a bi*
T��o  the   hot  air lino and be glad ye
were born.
���John   McKnne   sent  the   following
"��'ii Rossland:
Ball Roderick, wi' the smilin' face,
From       Slocan
We are ua fou', we're no that fou',
bnt hobbled here in Slocan brew,
Fletcher, Strachan and Galliher.
Victoria Scotsmen sent this:
May ye hao muckle joj at ycre
sport and a gran' nicht o' sang and
story for the sake o' auld lang syne.
H. I). Ilelmnken, president St.
Andrew's society.
FroraJVancouver came this despatch :
This nicht o' Saint Andra leal
bairns o'the heather, tho'fur we be
partec1 our hearts beat togither.
Fred A. Burns, president St. Andrew's
Greenwood responded as folb-ws:
Oom Paul and a' weel here. Here's
to ye in a richt gude wallie waught
Scotsmen, shoulder to shoulder. W.
L. C. Gordon, president St. Andrew's
Numerous other interesting telegrams were reoeived but lack of space
prevents their publication.
After tho monu had been discussed���
and it was well served by the very
efficient staff at the Phair���J.Roderick
Robertson, chairman, rose for the purpose of tousting the King. He said,
since the last anniversary the British
empire had lost its great and beloved
queen and the republic to the south of
us had lost its illustrious president.
He asked that the departed ones be
toasted standing, while the band
played "God Save the King," and
"America," whieh music served as
an anthem for both tho nations. The
toast was drunk standing while the
band solemnly chanted the soul-
stirring music. The King wbb then
toasted enthusiastically as was also
Ihe governor-general.
The President of the United
States" was the next toast and was
responded to pleasantly by (1. A.
Taokabury, who thanked the chairman for the very appropriate way in
which he bad alluded to the late
President MeKinley ln associating his
name with that of the late Queen
Viotoria. He said that the United
States and Great Britain would always be found in the forefront fighting for humanity and progress.
Geoige Kydd, the lard of the occasion sang, "Britiania RuIcb tho
Waves," iu an artistic manner and
everyone present joined in the chorus.
Mr. Kydd's effort was loudly applauded.
"The Army, Navy and Auxiliary
Forces" was responded to by Chairman Roberston, owing to the absence
of Lieuts. W. A. Galliher and N. F.
McLeod, who were to have responded,
in' a short but witty speech.
Capt. Dunjau read an exquisite
Scotch poem, "The Woe Cot in the
Dell," a verse of which is as follows:
There is a bonnie thaekct cot by  Kelvin's rushing stream,
Doon   iu   a   dell whaur birdies   sing
and poets love to dream ;
And tho'it's jist a   but-an'-ben,   nae
words o' mine can tell.
The   .'ove   that   boats   within  me for
that wee oot in the dell.
The captain   was rewarded with unstinted applause.
John Lochore rendered "The Bonny
Banks o' Loch Lominoud," in superb
style and waa so enthusiastically applauded that he was compelled to
respond with another song and gave
"The Auld Fisher."
Rev. Mr. Munroe responded to the
toast the "Land o' Cakes," He
spoke eloquently of how Scotchmen
wherever the British flag floated wore
in the asoendenoy. He said that all
felt proud of the Scots as soldiers,
statesmen, historians, essayists, theologians, poets and novelists. The
averago Scotchman he said compared
favorably with tho average of any other
nation on the earth. Mr. Munroe
was the reoiepient of much applause.
"The Lawyers and Sic Folk" was
responded to by G. V. Holt, who
made a witty and felicitious prefaoe
to his talk. In the latter part of the
speech he began to talk seriou'ly and
said that we had had a quiet year but
advised Nelson peoplo to pull together
and declared the adoption of such a
course would ameliorate conditions
and push Nelson to the front. Personally he said he would rather havo
his Balary paid by the minerB of
Kootenay than by tho grain growers
of ManitoDa or the apple raisers of
Ontario. Dr. Doherty, J. M. Lay,
Dr. McLennan and Dr. Stoddart also
responded appropriately to "Lawyers
and Sic Folk."
John Devlin rendered a parody on
"Loch Lominond," and was so
vociferously   applauded   that  he   was
i Confidence In Business Slowly but Surely Returning.
Unions Making Strong Fight
to Control Next City
fatality occurred on the Josie tramway this afternoon, John Gunaer being the victim. He was run down by
a car in some unknown manner. No
one saw the accident and its cause is a
mystery. Gnnaer came from Nebraska
to work for the Le Roi mine when
that property was reopened in September. He was apparently doing some
work on the tramway when he was
caught by an ascending or descending
oar and crushed about the head so
severely as to cause death within half
an hour. Tbe ears do not cross at the
point where he was injured, and by
stepping on the other traok he oould
readily have escaped.
^Continued on   Fourth Page.
Rossland, Nov. 2!).���Business is
showing signs of slight improvement
bnt is yet far below normal condition.
Commercial men report that merchants are purchasing with confidence
In good sized quantities so that they
evidently expect a steady revival from
this time on. The volume of retail
trade is yet restricted and a limited
nnmlior only of the stores is profitting
by the increased expenditure at the
mines. Any goods obtained by the
new men on the hill are got on order
from the paymaster nnd the supplying
of these goods is confined to a few
only of the stores.
The Missonrians oarry themselves
with the air of victors and people on
a holiday trip. So long ns the strike
continues their positions nre secure
and they do not hesitate to flaunt
themselves in the presence of the
union men whenever they can and
show their satisfaction at the discomfiture of the strikers. Ibe union men
do not like the situation. Quite a
number of them have obtained employment in the smaller surrounding
mines but many moro have left the
city until now only a small proportion
of those who went nut in July remain.
This has had the effect on business
tliat the man who has been established
for a number of years has no advantage over the one just starling up. A
strong effort is being made to secure
an understanding with the War Eagle
and Centre Star companies to pay the
scale asked and should tli is be done
the union will have gained something
The forthcoming civic election
promises to be hotiy contested. Heretofore the labor unions have not been
united in municipal affairs and
though they may be said too have had
one direct representative in each
council that representative has not
had any marked effect on legislation.
This year it will be different. An
active canvas has been made to got on
tbe list of voters every one who is
qualified and lt is the intention to
run labor candidates in every ward.
There are no questions of first importance as an issuo in tho jontest and the
ohief matters of difference between
the parties are details of administration. Among these is the police and
license departments will come in for
the largest amount of criticism. There
is a strong feeling among the labor
unionists against the gambling houses
which have ron without hindrance,
except for a few months, for three
years. Then, too, the actions of thc
chief of police have not beon as discreet as they might have been. The
finanoial position of the city municipality 1b such that little remains for
thc next council to do Dut attend to
routine matters, so '.hat thn contests
will resolve itself down to union and
anti-union nnd at this stage it is Impossible to say which party is likely
to be successful.
Smith   Curtis   is   back to town very
much   disapproving   the   turn   things
have taken in the provinoial field. He
made a speoial trip  lo the coast  so as
to lay his views before the public   but
was unable to do so.     He   missed the
Victoria meeting and at Vancouver all
three    newspapers,   evidently   on account of influences that have not come
to   the   surface, gave Buoh a report of
his remarks that   he may   as well not
have spokeu.     De is oonvlnced that a
combination   ie   being   arranged    to
divide up the transportation   buslucBs
of the province and make   it   a   monopoly for each in its   respective territory.     Though   he will use ovory endeavor to defeat the Dunsmuir govern,
msnt.hc attempted to mako it plain at
Vancouver that If   any   deal   of  that
kind   were on   he   was   opposed to it,
and he thought there were   enough of
the members of the  some   opinion   to
defeat any scheme of that   kind.     He
is preparing a   letter   for   publication
on the subject.    _________
Rossland, Nov. 29.-An  unfortunate
| Liberals Capitulate but Are
Allowed to   go  on
Mackenzie King Secures an Agreement
in Disputed Points.
Nanaimo, Nov. 20.���Mackenzie
King was successful this morning in
adjusting the Alexandra dispute.
The union is to be recognized and
stringers will be paid for at the old
rate, one dollar each. Disputed places
arc to be worked by day labor at $3 a
day until a tonnage agreement satisfactory to both sides is reached.
Manager Faulds appeared to have retired, as the negotiations were conducted by acting Manager Kesley. It
was fortunate that the strike was declared off, as tho Extension men had
decided to come out in sympathy on
Rumor Says so but the Contrary Is Believed to Be
the Case.
Dickinson's   .Delay    Makes
Him Responsible If
Sofia, Nov. 29.���With reference to
the reports of the death of Miss Ellon
M. Stone, the oaptive American mis
sionary, thc government holds that
after the brigands, exasperated by the
delay have murdered Miss Stone, Mr.
Dickinson, thc diplomatic agent of
the U. S. is responsible for the delay
and not the government of Bulgaria.
The latter has not interfered with Mr.
Dickinson's missionaries, nor moved
troops after Mr, Dickinson had opened communication with the brigadns.
Sofia, Nov. 29.���According to a letter dated Dubnitza, Nov. 29, Miss
Stone and Mme. Tsilka are still alive.
The letter in question further says
that at a recent meeting of tho committee held in Dubnitza it was decided not to kill the prisoners upon
any pretext whatever. Nevertheless
thc committee insisted upon the payment of tbe full amount of tho
A naive suggestion is current in the
political circles to the effect that the
United Stated should force Turkey to
pay tbo balance of the ransom and as
Boon as thc prisoners are iu safety,
force Bulgaria to punish these persons
guilty of their abduction.
Railways Protected and Con
dltlons Continue Peaceful.
Judge Drake Allows Only Those Connected With Lust Trial.
Victoria, Nov. 2a.���In the application as to costs in Rex. vs. Nichol,
Mr. Justice Drake this morning disallowed costs to Nichol, excepting in
the last trial. This means that Nichol
will bave to pay his own costs in the
two above trials and also the costs of
the commission taken in England the
divdeiice before which was not used
at thc trial in which thc verdict was
secured. In view of thc verdict thu
judgment Is regarded here as remarkable and It Is understood an appeal
will be taken. As a result the judgment narrows Nichul's oosts down to
about $400 whereas the bill as taxed
hy the registrar was S2,000.
The election trial of Prior and Earlo
was today postponed till Monday.
Amherst, Nov. 29.���Judge Morso today sentenced John A. McCarthy to 15
years for manslaughter. In a tight
with Chailes McAulay, the latter re
ccived a wound which proved fatal.
Colon, Nov. 29.- The terms of sur
render agreed to at yesterday's conferences held on board the U. S. gunboat Marietta at which thc commanding officer of the Marietta, of the
British cruiser Tribune and of the
Frcnoh cruiser Suehet, Lieut.-Commander McCrea, of the Machias,
Capt. Perry of the Iowa, Generals
Alban and Jefferies representing the
government of Columbia and Senor de
La Rosa wbo represented the Liberals
v: ere present are briefly as follows:
Senor de la Rosa agreed to surrender
the Liberal's soldiers now at Colon
with their arms to Capt. Perry at
noon today. Capt Perry in his turn
agreed to hand over these men and
their arms later in the day to General
Alban who in turn guaranteed life
and liberty to all men recently in
arms against the Conservative government of Colombia. The surrender of
arras was to be bona fide in every
respect. At 1.30 o'clock a large
number of marines and blue jackets
from the Iowa, the Marietta and the
Machias, landed at Colon and proceeded to the barracks.
Here tbe arms belonging to the
Liberals were taken over by the
American, British aud French consuls
at Colon, and a large concourse of
the people sympathise with the Liberals In thc surrender. The Liberal
guard patrolling Colon tins morning
appeared sad and downcast, their
behaviour, however, has all along
been most praiseworthy and it is not
an exaggeration to say that tliey
have gained the respect of a very
large portion of tho coninnii.ily and
cspeoially of the foreign elements
during their short administration or
Colon. Later in thc day Gen. Alban,
accompanied by officials of the Conservative government of Colombia,
arrived here from Panama and Senor
de la Rosa representing Gen. Domingo
Diaz, whose secretary ho is, surrendered himself and the Liberal troops
to the Conservative general in the
presence of Capt. Perry and the naval
and consular officials above mentioned.
For years past tho harbor of Colon
haa riot been so crowded as it is
today. Five men of war and several
German, Italian and British merchant
and passenger steamers as well as
other ateamers are in port. The men
of war are moored to tho wharves.
The only flag-bedecked ship in the
harbor is the Colombian Conservative
gunboat General Pinzon.
When Gen. Alban received the surrender of the Liberals the Pinzin
blew a series of noisy, quick and
irregular notes from her fog horn indicative of her joy at the proceedings.
She is now lying quite close to the
dock.    Gen. Alban is on board.
The majority of tho American
marines and blue jackets have returned to their vessels. The Suehet
has landed a detachment of marines
on the property of thc French canal
company. American marines are
still guarding tho piers and the railway station. Over 200 men entered
the city with Gen. Alban. De la Rosa
on handing Alban his sword said
"1 accept thc conditions of tho treaty
to safeguard the lives anu liberty of
my soldiers in Colon, As for my
brother and myself, we preaonally
decline to accept the conditions of the
Washington, Nov. ^9.���With thc
restoration of order and open traffic
on the Isthmus of Panama, it is expected that the navy department will
be able to withdraw loroo of the U. S.
warships now on duty in tbat quarter
aud it is cow probable that one ship
will be withdrawn on tho other side
of the Isthmus. There will bo no
haste, howover, in reducing thc naval
strength as thc officials feel that the
surrender of the Li corals en the
Isthmus may not terminate her struggle there. The countiy is so extensive
and   Iho   signs of   unrest at interior
points are so numerous that it is
thought there may be a recurrence of
trouble ns tne insurgents at other
points continue to show strength.
When the Iowa is withdrawn sho will
probably go to Talcapacano to be
docked. The Macnias, when relieved
will come uorih and be docked.
Mr. Herrau, the Colombian charge,
said tonight that Gen. Alban will
grant nothing short of a complete
capitulation by the rebel force! with
all their arras and ammunition to ihe
Colombian Liberals. But it Is understood, Mr. Ilerran added, that Gen.
Alban will give immunity to tlic per-
suns and private property of those
who lay down their arms and they
may be granted leave to depart on
parole. They will not bo permitted,
however, to reniovo any of the military supplies from Colon and their
parole will prevent their joining any
of the scattered bands of Liberals at
other points.
McGovern Loses His Tempei and Coi-
bett Soon Finishes Him.
Hartford, Conn., Nov. 38.���-Equal
ability and greater eooiheadedne.-w
won Young Corbelt, of Denver, tbe
tight from Terry McGovern, of Brooklyn, here this afternoon, Tlie fight
did not ldSt six minutes. McGovern
entered the ring confident and from
the first forced the fighting. The first
round was a sharp exchange of blows
of which McGovern got in most but
thuSe from Corbett, when tbey reached the mark, had wonderful effect,
and he scored a knockdown. In the
second round Terry again rushed tlie
fighting and had Corbett on the defensive, but the latter got in an upper
cut which sent McGovern on his back
and be took five seconds to rise. Terry
then threw off all restraints and
fought wildly, losing his temper.
McGovern forgot his defence and
Corbett feinted with his left and
brought the left to the point of Mc-
Qovern's jaw knocking him down and
Bully Curran on behalf of Jack
McClelland haB challenged Corbelt
and posted a forfeit of 8500 as part of
a side hot of $1,000, the winner to
take all.
N ew York, Nov. 29.���In sporting
circles here nothing was tallied of
more today then the defeat of Terry
McGovern by Young Corbett in Hartford yesterday afternoon. That McGovern was beaten by a two banded
rushing fighter like himself was conceded by everybody, but McGovern's
friends are evidently of opinion
that should the boys meet again Mo-
Govern will retrieve his lost laurels.
This afternoon Sam Harris, McGovern's manager, posted 92, 500 to
oinil another match, the time and
place to he at the will of Young
Iu an interview Hants said: In
order to get a return match with
Young Corbett, Terry will agree to
knock him out before the limit of 20
or 25 rounds is reached or forfeit tbe
entire purse. I don't wish to take
away any of the credit that is due to
Young Corbett over his great victory,
continued Harris, but I still insist
that the iea It of tho fight wns
duo to a fuke. I will wager as much
as $25,000 on the side that in case the
lads meet again, Terry will win.
Efforts t.i Make Amalgamated Copper
Directors Tell Wnat They Know.
New York, Nov. 29.���Judge La-
combe in thc United .Mates circuit
court made an order to ay holding
Anson R. Flowei, a director of the
Boston and Montana Copper and Silver Mining oompany, guilty of contempt of court and committing him to
thc custody of U. S. Marshill Hen-
ckle, until he shall answer before the
commisioncr in the suit brought by
John MacOineH against the company.
On motion of counsel for the di rectors
of the company, a etay was granted
pending an appeal to thu United
States circuit court of appeal!. The
case of Mr. Flower was by agreement
made a test ono as affecting W. D.
Rockefeller, Henry K. Rogers, J. P.
Mcintosh, F. P. Oleutt, Jas. Stillman
and Leonard Lcwishon, his fellow
directors in tbe Boston and Montana
company. The action was commenced
in Montana and an order issued for
the taking of certain testimony lure
by commission. Mr. Flower alone
appeared before the commissioner aud
by advice of counsel declined to
answer the questions put to him.
A  Prohibitory   Law to  Be
Submitted   In   Ontario.
Grain Exports From   Montreal Much Below the
Toronto, Nov. 29.���The Mail and
Empire says the Ontario government
will submit the prohibition question
by means of referendum to the people,
passing an act similar to the Manitoba act which will come into force
when approved by the people.
Montreal,   Nov.   211.���Grain exports
from    the    purt   of   Montreal   for tho
season   just ended   show a decrease of
7,000,UOO bushels.
Thickness Found Dead Near Cascade
Once Farmed at Cookshiro.
Sherbrooke, Nov. 29.���The yonng
Englishman, R. E. Thickness, found
dead on a trail between Cascade and
Christiana Lake, B, C, was well
known here, having owned a farm
near Cookshire. His widow is at
present visiting friends at Black
Toronto, Nov. 29.���Tho police
nsus nf Toronto taken nn Nov. loth,
shows that 881,588 persons slept in
Toronto that night. .'Invernment census made the- population 208.501. It
was concluded this was not a fair
count and so a police count was under-
Montreal, Nov. 29.���Maurice E. Me-
Loughlin, manager of Prooter's Montreal tlic-iitio, spent two hours in jail
today. He was convicted of a violation of the Sunday bylaw in allowing
scared concerts to ne given iu tbe
theatre for the last thiee Sundays.
Thou.     Earle'a     Bankruptcy    Brings
Three Other Assignments.
Victoria, Nov. 29.���As a result of
Ibe failure of Thomas Earle, M. P.,
three minor failures were announced
today. They are: R. n. Jameson,
grocer; Allied Magneseu, Mr. Earle's
confidential clerk and his partner in
vrious enterprises, and the Clayoquot
Canning Co., the chief shareholders In
which are Messrs. Earle and Mag-
The provincial board of horticulture
has decided to ask the Dominion government if all nurfieiy stock imported
into the province cannot be inspected
at their central station. This action
Is being taken on account of the discovery of borers in stone fruit trees
impoited from the United States and
eastern provinces.
The schooner George Preston, recently brought hero from Seattle, haa
oeen libelled for a number of small
claims against her. She will probably
be sold.
Rossland, Nov. -iu.���Robert Robinson, one of tbe first strike breakers to
come to Rossland, died yesterday as
the result oi an accident he sustained
at the Lc Roi mine in October.
Beamish and Colii.tro were ban-
quetted tonight In the Miners' Union
hall. Upward of 400 tickets had been
Lonond, Nov. 29.���The St. Petersburg correspondent of the Times says
it II rumored that Russia and China
have broken off their negotiations
concerning Manchuria In consequence
of Japan's objections thereto. Tho
Times correspondent believes this
rumor to be based on accurate information.
Tho Duke of Teek was thrown from
bis horse while hunting yesterday
sustaining concussion of tbe brain,
Th injury Is not alarming.
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: Nelson Daily Miner, Saturday.  November 30, 1901
The Nelson Miner
Published  Every Morning Except  Monday
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The Daily Colonist and the Dally
Times of Victoria have lieen engaged
in an interesting controversy and the
question which they are donating is
whether the federal government should
or should not, cither by loaning its
credit or by actual donation,aid in the
developing of tho great natural resources of Western Canada, The
Colonist favors aid from the Dominion
anl thinks the Federal authorities
should assist especially in developing
the mining interests of tho island.
In particularizing, what, in its copin-
lon, the Dominion should have done
It states that it could have fostered
the smelting industry there and
subsidized ships to bring ore from far
and near to keep the smelters in operation.
The TimeB while not opposed to any
scheme that would aid in upbuilding
the interests of Vancouver Island contends that private enterprise if It saw
that there was a profit in smelting,
would soun provide plan Is.
The Miner Is of the impression that
the Times takes the right view of the
question at issue and when capital is
certain that smelter ean bo operated
profitably on Vancouver island they
will be established und maintained
there. In support of this contention
tbe smelter of the Kootenay and Yale
arc an exemplification. Just as soon
as it was apparent that the mines of
this section produced enough ore to
iiinkf smelters profitable Ihcy weie
provided and have grown till they
constitute a large and profitable
There is too muoh of tbat spirit of
asking "someone else to oome and
take the risks so that we may share
the profits spirit" at the coast.
Smelters could long since have been
established at Victoria and Vancouver
by private enterprise and been made
profitable ventures had the people
there the proper initiative and enter
prise. Tacoma founded a smelter
nearly a decade ago und it is still in
successful operation and has been
operated largely on British Columbia
oro, considerable of which comes from
sections tributary to Victoria and
Vancouver. The smelter at Everett
which has been in existence nearly
as long as the Taooma plant, is prin
cipnlly supplied with ores from this
province lloth these smelters are on
tide water on Pnget Sound; Victoria and Vancouver are practically
located on the same body ot water
and are only a short distance apart.
Jf Taooma and Everett can operate
smelters so can Vancouver and Viotoria. The smelting plants of the
Kootenays and Yale and of Taooma
and Everett were established and have
been maintained without governmental assistance nnd why cannot Van
couver and Victoria engage in similar
enterprises without the aiil of the
Dominion or 1'rovine'al authorities?
There in a growing tendency in this
province to lean too much on governments and not depend upon ourselves,
(lovernment aid is asked for by a certain class for almost every form of
enterprise. If tills element had its
way nearly everything would lie in
the hands cf the government and we
would he cursed with the evil of
bureaucracy to the destruction of individual effort. If this idea was earned
out to the extent favored by some the
only road to proferment or to fortune
would by way of government employment. We do not believe that this
Is thn true western idea or spirit, nor
iB it thc one which should animate
the people of a province with the
boundless resources of British Columbia. The people should rely moie on
themselves and lesB on the government
and the opportunities for fortunes und
more rapid development will be
greater than if we sit Hie, waiting
for the lime when either the provincial or the Dominion government will
be In the humor to foster or to take
charge of our leading industries. All
the progress that has been made in li.
C. is largely tbe result of Individual
effort. It is true that the government
bas built roads, trails and bridges bnt
these are regular and long recognized
functions of the government. It is
true that subsidies and land giants
have been given to railways, but these
are sometimes necessary in opening
up a new country. A bounty ot $5
per ton has been granted by the
Dominion in lead mined and refined
in Canada, but no one haB had the
enterprise to take advantage of the
liberality of thc Federal authorities.
So far. however, as the opening of the
mines and the providing of reduotion
plants are concerned we believe that
are not government functions and
should not be undertaken by It, thc
Colonist to the contrary, notwithstanding.
Thc owners of a newly discovered
mica mine on tho Canoe river recently
brought out 1,200 pounds of ra!ca to
Golden to be sorted and sent east ns a
trial shipment. Out of the 1,500
pounds there will be about 300 pounds
fit for shipmont. Tho Cau��.c river
mica though slightly colored is said
to be of a very valuable kind. According to the Engineering and Mining
Journal the price of mica is as follows: (iround coarse, 3 to 4 cents per
pound ; ground line, 4 to 5 cents per
pound ; sheets 2x4 inch, 30 cents per
pound; sheets 3x3 inch, 80 cents per
pound; shells 3x4 inch. $1.50 per
pound ; sheets, 4x4 inch, $2 per pound ;
sheets, flxf! inch, 83 per pound. It
will be seen that mica increases In
value with the siz.o of the sheets. It
is capable of being cleaved into elastic plates of extreme thinness. It is
either colorless or presents some
shades of light brown, grav, smoky.
brown, black and occasionally green
or violet. Thc less color there is to it.
the better. It must be clear of Iron
and other metal itains as tho presence of these it is said interfere with
its non-conductibility. lt is used
extensively for insulating wires carrying electric currents and this use has
raised its price tn recent years. The
large sheets are used for windows iu
naval vessels. The concussion of tho
big guns destroyed glass and so tbe
windows on naval vessels aro made
with sheets of mica instead of glass.
There are only a low really valuable
deposits of mica known and there is
considerable profit in mining the
mineral where it oan be found of the
right quality and where large sheets
can be secured. There arc said to be
one or two very large deposits of mica
in northwetern British Columbia, but
thoy are not operated because their remoteness from transportation renders
it impossible to work them at a profit.
The 28th annual report of the Rio
Tinto mines of Spain is interesting to
those who keep in touch with the
production of the red metal. It has
an added interest in this section from
the fact that W. A. Carlyle, formerly
provincial mineroligist and for a
period manager of the British America
corporation mines of the Rossland
camp, is now the manager for the Rio
Tinto company's mines. The report
for the past year shows a profit of
$9,700,000 and the year's dividends
amounted to 85 per cent. During the
past five years the output of the mines
reached the stupendous total of 30,
781,000 tons of pyritic ore, and from
this product 800,000 tons of metal was
extracted. It is estimated that the
amount of copper in thc reserve heaps
will amount to 128,010 tons. This is
an increase from the figures of 1890
when the reserve was 118,051 tons
Tbe untouched deposits of ore nre said
to be sufficient to give thc mines a
life time of 25 years. About 2,000,000
tons of ore per year, or more than
twice what is extracted in British
Columbia, is taken out each year and
the estimate of tho quantity of ore
yet to be mined is bused upon this
rate of production.
In a speech delivered the other day,
Hon.Mr. Sifton stated that the Yukon
royalty on gold is to be reduced to
one-half its present amount, says the
Monetary Journal. When this is done
there ought to he less difficulty in collecting tlie royalty, tho motive for
concealment losing its force. The
miners don't -want to pay the royalty,
bnt in that thfly aro unreasonable;
the cost of governing that distant
region is considerable, and to the
government the rich gold region ought
not to be a cause of Iors. Ten per
cent, is a high royalty, especially as
it Is levied on tho grdss output, Ink ing
no account of expenses, which in err
tain conceivable eases may represent
but small profits oi none nt all. But
as thc profit or income could not lie
got at , there was no alternative but
to deal with the gross output, lt will
be interesting to see how the reduction
will act on the rovenue, whether it
will cut that in half, as the rate of
roaylty will be. This may prove a
measure of past concealment.
A syndicate of American capitalists
purpose erecting on the Strand in
Loudon a modern steel skyscraping
building which will eclipse anything
in the world. A lease on the property
on wbicb the building is to be erected
Christmas Gifts
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.
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
Haps, 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.
A stock of theso embracing tbe leading brands, is carried at Nelson,
thereby enabling quick delivery to
Kootenay buyers.
[Carried in stock in Nelson.
R. P. Rithet & Oo-, Limited
Our Pall Stock of
Furniture and Carpets
Is now complete.
We bny of tho Largest Manufacturers and Importers.
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The Complete House Furnishers-
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The Rev. O. F. WELLS, of Villa Bidge,
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saw your advertisement for the cure of
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To my astonishment the trial aeted like a
charm.    Send me a full size bottle.
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Rabbi of thn Cong. Bnai Israel,
New York, Jan, 3,1001
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After having it caretully analyzed, we can state that Asthmalene oontains
no opium, morphine, chloroform or ether.    Very truly yours,
Avon Springs, N. Y, Feb. 1, 1001.
Drs. Tait Bnos. Medicine Co.
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wonderful effect of your Asthmalene, for the cure of Asthma. My wife has
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My wife commonced taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed
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Yours respeotfully, O. D. PHELPts, M. D.
Db. Tait Bros, Medicine Co, Feb. 5,1001.
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Home address, 235 Kivington street, S. RAPHAEL,
07 East 120th St,,New York Oity.
Do not delay.    Write at once, addressing  DR.   TAFT BROS, MEDICINE
CO., 70 East 130th St., N. Y. City.
Sold by All Druggists.
is for 999 yenrs and this must obtain
the assent of the city council, and
right there will be fought out the
bsttle between British conservatism
and American daring in the building
line. While it is admitted that the
tall buildings are necessary in the
moie congested portions of thc biggest
city in the world still there is considerable opposition to tbo plan of
orcoting the proposed skysenper. The
London Times in commenting npon
the matter nays: "We are far too
slow in meeting the wants of tne enormous population ; we nre far too much
given to muddling along with timid
extensions of methods essentially antiquated. The stay-at-home Euglsh-
ni.-iti has a great deal to learn, and ns
his fine, insular superiority prevents
him fiom learning by inspection what
others are doing, the best thing possible for him is that other should come
here and do things under his nose.
Besides, tho Americans owe us a good
turn of this sort. Wc nuilt many of
their railroads and lost no small
amount of money in the operation."
If yon have a fancy to try Upton's
Delicious Tea ask yoiir 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 yonr
The Rossland of the Lardeau
Full particulars of
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.
Civil Engineer! and Provincial Land
P. O. Box 146 Kelson, K.i
��    ti   nn �� -\r    Kootoimy
__.'  J3-   IjTXVA. X    Roprosentatlv
P.  O. Box 521
For domestic or steam use.
A  full   supply always on
Kates to   all  railway  and
lake points
General Agent
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors   west
C.F.R   offices.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce \
With Which !��� Amalgamated I
With Which la Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
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.
Bnisilslil WE Stanley At.
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
BogUStow'l Stanley HI
7.40 p  m 8.00 p. m
8.20 8.40
9.00 9.20
9.40 10.00
10.40  last cars. to 20
The 10 p. m. car from Stanley street
meets the 10.10 p. m train at tho depot,
goes up Stanley street and then to Bo-
Good lots for Bale in Addition "A"
close to Tramlines. For all information upply at the Company's olliee,
Vernon street.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office! toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to G. ti. LKNNOX Baku S��.
Be  sure and get the genuine   BENNETT'S ODTTA PERCHA FUSE, not
something that looks   like   it.    Lawrence Hardware Co., Agents.
0AfiS;-MEALS a la 0ARTE.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokano Falls and Northern Railway,
Direct connection at St. Paul without, change of depot with ail trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Loaves Spokane daily for East at 9:15 a,in
Leavos Spokane daily tor West at 7:15 a-m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 8:00 p m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
tbe magnificent steamships North-West
and North-Land of theNorthern Steam-
ship Company Line, operated in con'
nection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further informatiou, apB, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls Sc Northern Ry., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Kootei ai Railway & Navigation
Co , or to
Oity Pass, and Tkt. Agt, W 701  W,
Riverside Ave,, Spokane, Wasb.
G. K. TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
Nelaon. 11 O.
Paid up   Capital,   ��8,000,000j    Reserve   Fund,   82,000,000;
Aggregate  Resources Over 805,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. E. WALKER, Heneral Manager.
London Office: 60 Lombard Street, B. C.
New York Olllee: 16 Exchange Place.
And 68 branohea ln Canada and the ilnltud States, Including!
atmn orkrnwoon nelson 8andon
Cranbrook        Kamloops Nkw Wkstoinsticr   Vancouver
Fkrnib Nanaimo Rossland Victoria
YUKON DISTRICT���Dawson and White Horse.
UNITKD STATES���New York, San Fuanoisoo, Seattle, Portland, Headway,
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Received and Interest Allowed.   Present Rate :i Per Cent
Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.  O.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Otders by moil receive careful and prompt attentirn
Zbc 1Ro\>al Banh of Ganaoa"
Capital   Authorized.
Incorporated 1869.
Ufcl.OUO.OOO.OO I   Capital   Paid-up,      .     .     .       $i,0M,IH10.IMl
Kent, mi.nm.oiHMHi
Hoard of Directors     rhomas K. Kenny, President;  Thomas Ritchie, Vloo President
Wiley Smith   II. Q. Bauld. Hon. David MacKoen.
Head Oflice, Halifax 1
General Manager. IW��on L. Poaso, Montreal.
Superintendent at Brauohos. and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Halifax,
Branches I
Quebec���Montreal, (City Office), Montros
Went End ICor. Notre Damn and SgIk-
nears Streets); Westmounb (Cor. Greone
Avonne and Sl. Catharuios Street,
Nova   Scotla-Halltax   Branch,   AntigonM-
Bridgowater, Ouysboro. Londonderry, Lu
onburg. Maitland (Hants Co.), Piotou, Port
Hawkosbury, Sydney. Shubonacadle,Truro,
Slew    limns wick ��� Bathurst,     Domhnstor,
Fredorlcton, Kingston (Kont Co.), Mono-
ton. Newcastle, Saokville, St, John,Woodstock-
l\ E. Island���Charlotte town, Sumniorside.
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cuba, West Indies���Havana.
United Slates   Now York (16 Kxchange Place
Republic Wash.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vancouver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria.
_.._.���'_,.-      .   Sswespondcnui 1
ranaila���Morchonts Bank of Canada.   Boston���National Shawmut Bank,   Chicago���Illinois
Trust and Savings Bank.   Han Francisco���First National Bank.   London,   Eng.-Bank of
dcolland.   Paris, France���Credit Lyonnals.   Bermuda-Bank of Bermuda.   China and Japan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.    Spokane-Old National Hank.
Cleneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  B��ugh
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
Before cnllinpr and  seeing our
largo assorted stock of
Furniture and Carpets
A  carload  of  Newest  Styles in Iron
and Brass Beds.   See out new  styles
Morris Ohairs.   Rockers  aud  Upholstered Goods
& GO.
H. & M. BIRD
Money to loan On Improved Real Eslntc
1st Mortgages nt 8 per rem.
$000.���Two 4-roomed houses each
18x22 feet, and one bt in Bume
Adaition. Uood position. Cash
only, $150, balaLcc 8400 mortgage. A great, baigain.
8850.���Honse and lot on Observatory
street, west of Joseph inestreet.
Cash 8250,   balance  easy terins.
$3,250.���Eight-roomed honse and
three lots in good position,close
to the tram line; terms cash
$1,750, balance straight mortgage at 8 pei cent.
817.00.���5-roomed house, all conveniences.
811.00,���3-roomed house and basement on Water street.
$20.00.���Seven-roomed house on Chatham street, Hume addition,
first story of brick.
822 00.���Seven-roomed house, modern
improvements.corner of Stanley
and Mines road.
820.00.���Six-roomed house, corner of
Stanley and ObBervatory
Kootenay Railway and NaT.
Company, Ltd.
Shortest and qnlokest route to the east and jll
points on ���ho O. K. Sc N. nnil Northorn I *
clno Railways in Waihingun, Oregon an"
Southern States. .
Time Card Effective August 1.1901
Kaslo & Slocan By-
Ar. 4:M p. ni
Lv. 1:15 P-'"
8:90 a. m. Lv.
10:55 p.m. Ar.
Int Nav- & Trading Co-
5:30 p. m.Lv. Nelson Ar.ll:*>"-'!
9:10 p. m. Ar; Kaslo Lv.7:(X>��-"'
Connecting at Flvo Mile Point with Nelson
& Fort Whoppard Railway both to and lrom
Rossland, eto
Tickets sold to all parts ln Unitod State.- ��>*
Canada via Great Northern and O. K- *
CO.'8 linos. .        _. riaall
Ooean steamship ticket* and ratos vtn��>
lines will befnrnishod on application.
For farther particulars call on or attorow
ROBERT ntVINU        ��� 0
Uanaaw. Ka'lo.B. U
G. K TiOKABCBY Aeont. Nelson B. V.
If there is anything fon require,i����
for it In    b�� ���ol��njn at the Mintr
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_    MINING NEWS.     |
m Kaslo yesterday brought in two
nf Whitewater ore for the smelter
cars oi *""
It Trail- ^^__
..  au  record  office yesterday tbe
,n���nin" transactions were   entered.
ti   ; Columbia, on west   side of
L0C      '     river,   abont   four    miles
K��r     N   U   by   VV.   _,   Ellis;
������� Kraction. on   west   side   of
-   i nav  river,   about    four    miles
3   fNevin;byC.W.Mlsener   A
tc-of work   was issued   to   D.
S��Ti tron Duke. B. M.   Maedon-
,transferred a ihree-eighths inter-
,,  i���  the   211-Mile   Frilotion to   J.
sUeon,      consideration    nominal,
,���,,  x    Bennett   amlM. L. Stnnell,
Srferred a  thud   Interest   in the
JJJW fraction to 0.   L.   Horton, oon-
Bideratloii nominal.
Nelson   Daily Miner, Saturday November 30, 1901
nlnps llir Cough
���n,l Works off tlic fold.
t ..iivoBiomo-Qninlne Tablet* corn.a
__Xt.To oU No Pay.  PrloeM
0��� November 10th the wedding took
-lace at Louisville, Ky., of Miss I'atti
Burnley Ellison to Kir Charles Ross.
Ihe wedding was the climax of rather
, pretty romance . Sir Charles met
M:ss Kllisoa in London after his return fru.11 Ibe South African war nnd
it was a c-a.se of love at first sight
B_ic_ culminated in the marriage.
Sir Charles is the ninth scion of the
baronetcy, which was established in
1073, and one of the wealthiest land
owners in Scotland,his landed domain
embraces BOO.000 acres and he has
3,(100 tenants. Ho was formerly interested in the Centre Star ln Rossland nnd owns a controlling interest
in Ihe slock of tho_ West Kootenay
Power and Light company. In audition to this ho is the owner of large
mining concessions in China. When
the South African war broke out he
equipped a linltcry at his own expense
and was appointed to its command.
Miss BlllBon is the daughter of Mr
ord Mrs. Andrew Ellison, of Louisville, and a granddaughter of General
Charles Scott, who was a member of
Washington's staff and the third governor of Kentucky. The happy couple
left for Scotland and intend to return
to Canada in the spring. This is Sir
Charles second marriage. His flist
wife obtained a divorce from him.
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Powders.   Equal to any
other Anti-Alum Baking
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Any parties contemplating il trip to
Califcrr.ia about Uepemoer 15th please
see II. IC. Taokabury, City Agent, O.
N. Ry.
Clam    Chowder
Pioneer Caterer.
at   Spear's.���The
An evidence of the amount al
freight going into tne Boundary
country ami Itosslnnd Is the fact that
on Thanksgiving day !i.'l loaded oars
wero taken across the Columbia river
at Robson and 5 ft empties were
brought buck. This makes a total
traffic for the day of 108 cars.
Tomorrow evening at Kimnaniil
church there will be a special
Thanksgiving service. Rev. Wm.
Munroe will preach from the subject
What We Are, What We Aro Not, and
Whet We Ought To lie. The choir has
prepared special Thanksgiving innsic.
A cordial invitation is extended to
Tne ca c of Fralalgh vs.Hall Mines,
an action for damages on account of
injurios received at the smelter, and
which was to have come up at tho
sitting of the Supreme court next
week,has been postponed owing to the
continued illness of Mr. Hedley, wbo
was manager of the smelter at the
time  the oocuvreice.
There's no rest for those tireless
little workers���Dr. King's New Life
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Never gripe or weaken. Small, taste
nice, work wonders. Try them. 25e
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Ilavo you used healthful Hygenio
Eaking Powder, tie latest discovery
in chemistry ?
The Rubens Vest is the BE8T
undershirt ever devised for infants. No
required. t\o pulling over the head to
worry small children. Its use is recon>
mended by the most eminent physicians
Ior its efficient protection of lungs and
abdomen. For sale by all leading Dry
Goods stores.
Tin Canadian Press association has
Issued in pamphlet form the argument
of its counsel, A. B. Ayloiworth, K.
C, before the commission appointed
j by tho Dominion government to inquire into the question whether the
Canadian Papermakers' association
was a combine under the Tariff act,
one whose cause of being was to advance unduly the price of printing
paper. This inquiry was remarkable
as Ihe first under the clause of the
Tariff net providing for it and the result has been decidedly beneficial for
the reason that the commission had
not completed its sitting before the
papetmakers had reduced its prices by
Vt_ c. per 100-ponnds.     Tne oommls-  _,_���_ ���,         -,--_
sioner has not yet reported but should   House.   P. O. Box 210. Telephone 147
his report   bear out the eontewion of  Victoria St., frelson
the publishers   the   result   will,   no
doubt, be that other trade associations
will host! tate   before  advoncing the
price of their   product   beyond   what
the members can demonstrate to leave
a fair margin of profit.
The Waverley Hotel
Rates $1.00 to $1.50 per  day.   First
class Meals, 25e.    Next door to  Opera
A meeting of the Independent Labor
party was held last night in the
Miners' Union hall for the purpose of
electing officers and transacting other
business. After all who were present
hau presented their tickets of member
ship and signed the roll, the follow
ing officers were elected: President J.
Mailii'son ; vice-president, W. Lynch ;
swretary, B. S. Stanley; treasurer,
J. Roberts, Au executive committee
of ten members was also elected, consisting of J. 1{. Macpherson, W.
Ebbs, W R, Kee, J. P. Manhart, T.
Hunter and P. Phillips, with the
officers previously named.
'Iter the election the new officers,
took their seats and shortaddresseswere
made by each as also by retiring officers who were accorded a hearty vote of
���hanks for their services. On motion
>t was decided that the drawing up of
a Platform for tha party should be left
>n the hands of the executive oom-
miUee to be brought up at the next
meeting 0f the party. Meetings are
to be held once a week, the place and
date of meeting to be arranged by the
executive committee. Mr. Cameron,
travelling Socialistio organizer, waB
atthe meetiug to which he was introduced by one of tne members and
spoke a few words, announcing his
intention of holding a meeting on
Monday evening in the Miners' Union
ball, to whioh he invited all of those
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors.
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LAB] ��0,
More Home KnittersW&
To Work at Their Homes
Under the Direction of
A Pair in 30 Minutes
To Fiil Large Contracts-Cooti Wagos
Easily Earned.
Maohlno wolfrhs17 poenie. It to moro wonderful than a newlii# maohlno, luat
aa durablo, an l hlghur flpootl.
Wo want a few mere workers In this
locality, at onoe, and In order to secure
your co-operation without the delay of
correspondence, we herewith explain
our full plan in this advertisement.
The work is simple, and tho Machine
Is easily operated, and with the Culdo,
requires no teacher.   If you wish to
Join our staff cf Workers let us hoar from you
promptly with the Corttraot, order form, and remittance, 0.3 a guarantee, and we will send
maohlno and outfit to begin work at onco.
Wo wlah to secure the services of families to do knitting
for us in their homes, our method Is tlie lame aa adopted
in Bnaland, We are the Introducer! of this plan ami tbe
largest   knitting   concern In Canada.
After long experience! wo havo been able to produoe an
Automatic Machine by which all kinds of iOamleiH knit-
tint; in now done by our Family Machlnd thereby enabling
anyone of ordinary Intelligence to quickly learn to do ihe
work from the ins truei ton Guide, ah wc require is that
yon use tho machine according to directions. The Machine
being made express ly for this purpose* and the operation
so   simple,   lt   cannot possibly make a mistake In ItB  work.
The great demand now Is for Bicycle Blockings, Woodmen's Socks, nnd Motormen's Mittens, and as wc are unable to supply the demand, havo taken this method of advertising  for   moro   help.
Tho largo export trade to the North-west Territories.
British Columbia, ami the British Colonies, furnishes an unlimited demand for our goods, and, with tho combined cooperation of the many families wo aro employing, together
witb the large amount of knitting we arc able to turn out,
by which we save rents, Insurance, interest on capital, etc.,
enables us to undersell any manufacturers of this class of
poods, nnd wo have sale for all tho knitting wo can have
turned out.
Thc price wo pay for finished bicycle Stockings Is $10.00
per hundred, or at the rate of luc per pair; woodmen's
socks, He, nnd motormen's mittens, 12a a pair. All other
work   ln   proportion  to size.
The machine can ho operated by any one of a family,
nnd at our prices any onergetto family should bo able to
sustain themselves comfortably, and in time bo a source of
Independent    comfort.
Our plan Is to send nut each machine to bepinners with
n sock or stocking partially knitted, and remaining in thc
machine ready to bo continued, and also enough yarn to
knit ono pair of sample socks or stockings nnd a Simple
nnd complete instruction Guide, showing bow the work is
to be done. "When tho samples have been finished nnd
returned to us satisfactory, wo send n, quantity of yarn,
whieh you knit nnd return likewise when finished. We
prepay9charges on all work one way, and our workers pay
return charges. The work, as wo have stated, is simple and
rapidly done, the machine having a capacity of ten thousand stitches a minute. Wc have many persons now In our
employ who can knit from twenty-five to thirty pairs of
socks or stockings a day, and where the time of a family
Is devoted to Iho work, you can readily sec that 115.00 or
$2(1,00  per week can be easily  earned.
We furnish our workers all the materials, yarn, etc..
free, and everything that Is necessary for tho work. We
are furnishing tho machines only for tbe exclusive use of
those desiring to take employment with us. who must. In
order tn become a member, send us this Contract Order
Form, properly signed by thrm, and at least one good reference, nnd remittance accordingly, to give us tho necessary
SHf.urnnce that the quantities of valuable yarn we may send
from time to Hmo will not he wasted or misappropriated,
Onr interests are mutual, and this confidence must be established If wo nre to succeed. We guarantee fair dealing
nnd prompt payment for work, so do not nsk us to deviate
from our terms, as we cannot make a distinction with one
nnd not another: besides, wo are doing an extensive husl-
nc��s,   nnd must  be  governed  by business principles.
Tho manufactured prleo of tho machine Is 115, and positively will not be pnld to any others than those who will
nrrce to do knitting for us.
Tf nt any time after you commence, and have dono an
Amount of work equal to the purchase price, and wish to
discontinue, we will tako hack machine nnd refund tho
nmount rmld for same, after deducting cost of our expense  only.
There Is a T/nrge Demnnd by the Trade for this class
of work. Our workers can depend upon It year after year,
nnd If you oncntro wilh us (whole or spare time) we will
keen you supplied with work as long as you do ft satisfactorily for us nnd return it promptly. We entrust our workers with largo quantities of valuable yarn,   and as  wo  give
roferences as to our honesty nnd Integrity, wo must ask
you to do the same, in order that WO may know wilh whom
We  aro  deal ing.
We havo, in as brief a manner ns possible, endeavored
to show vou what our work Is, and wc simply say as to the
machine, it is just what wo represent it to bo, and will positively   do  everything vve  claim   for  it,   or  refund   the  money.
Kaeh maohlne, securely parked with an outfit, is sot up tor
work, thoroughly tested, and a sock or slocking partially
knitted before boxing and shipping. Should you decide to
engage with us, It will be necessary to send us Cash Contract Order Form, properly signed hy you, and at least one
good reference, together witb Iho remittance, accordingly,
upon receipt of which wo will forward machine and outfit
ready   to commence. Respectfully yours,
GLASGOW WOOLLEN GO., 37 Vellnda Street. Toronto
Our  Bei>rfltres- i;xprew_ Cotitpnnic^. Ein.tk*, or Toronto I.hhI-
Tf you wish to examine the machine nnd seo tho material before Undertaking tbo work, you can do so by
sending $8,00 ns a guarantee of good faith, and to defray
expense oif shipping, and we win semi everything to your
nearest express company, leaving a balance of twelve
dollars to pay the awent and 28 cents for the return charges
on  tlie  money  to  ns.
We arc so frequently nnd   unnecessarily  asked   if one can
learn (n knit without a teacher.     We say,   Ves;  It  requires
no  teacher; any person   of   ordinary    Intelligence   wbo   can
read  the  Instruction Guide ���can  learn   to   knit  at  onco.
$15.OO Cash Contract Order Form.
To   tho   Glasgow  Woolen Co., 37 Mcllnda St., Toronto.
Gentlemen,,���I tifMlre tn do the work as described In this
advertisement, nnd enclose $15 to pay for one Automatic
Knitting Machine, together with material, Instructions,
and everything necessary for the work, the same to be sent
to  me  by   Express, CHARGES   PREPAID.
It Js understood nnd agreed that any time after I bave
done nn amount of work equal to the purchase prleo, $J5
and wish to discontinue, that the Glasgow Woolen Co. will
take back tho machine and outfit, and afler deducting their
expense,   refund  me Ihe amount paid   for  same.
Sender  or head of family  (If possible)  must  sign  here:
Full name 	
P.  O	
,    Prov,..
Nearest   Express  Office Is at 	
For   reference   I   name   the   following  person:
\'U mi ii mutual ��� i-i- ortod under this head ai
the rut*) of one coal a word per Insertion. No
wlvorllneinont taken for lew thsn 36 oont*
-it milieu Wanted advertisements Inserted
three times free of ohiirgo.
KOR    HALE.���One    heavy    draught
team, apply to J, A. Bay ward
NELSON, 11. C.
PIANO��� For   Nate,    clienp,    or will I
n'lit; ill most   new. Mason   nod HiKi-li,
upright,    Apply Miner uffloe.
HOUSM   to rent   on Vernon     street,
Apply Gupta!n T. .1. Dunoao.
Til BENT.���Two   furnlHhec]  rooniH on
linker strent,   *���.'<>; slxrooined house.
��1(1,     S.    M.   Brydges,   K,    W.  0,
II look.
BTJRNISHD       UOOMS.-Appl y       on
Silica,     second   door   west     Ward
ROOMS and HOAK1),���Mvery convenience;   south east   comer of   Carbonate and Josephine Street,
Appiv   to   Mrs L'".' .1. Nqnirofl, lloom
10,  K. VV. O. block.
TKAMSTI'lIt   Wants a job; oan  drive
fonr or six   horses,      Apply to John
Mollett at F. Pogue's harness shop,  _
EXPERIENCED Udy Stenographer,
a graduate of Burdett Business Col
lege, Boston, Mass,, who will furnish
her own typewriter, desires a position
at once Address 'I)," Box 244,
Nelson,  H. C.
WANTED,���General   servant    would
like   to   come to Nelson,    Any time
from   .Ian.    1st   to   June   1st.     Good
character given.      Apply Miner olliee.
WANTED.���By   man and wife, silun-
tion   in   mining   camp   as cook) or
help in kitchen.      Apply- l'. O.   llox.
WANTED.���A    situation    at    light
housework   or   taking care of baby.
Apply VV., Miner olliee.
D.I. ROBERTSON fc OO.���Next door io
��  theaow Post Oflice building, Vernou
ol., Nelsou.   lluy 'phunu ��U. MkIiI 'liliono 'Jul.
N. Al t'uiuiidim, I.''-',���<- I \ < i i known
varietyjbf soft drloks, rijIloxKS. Telephon
No. M. ll.Mjvur tilruel. NulNon.   lloltlun, uf th
l .limit    til. I.'��>i: Hut --in ii..:   Mmurul \\ ,,i, r
C1ANK SC .MAllHINAl.il |ll. Que, J nine
/  A. Idaoddaalal���Arahiteots and wupurin
tundent*. lliuKun 11111 illuek, curlier llukei und
\\ urd Struct*, .Nclrtun
AHAODONALD _ Oo,���Corner Krun
��� and Hall ftlreulrt���VVnolsSSiS Krocur
and jobber,, in blanket*, sluvu*. mitt*, bout*
re.libera, mackinawr. and mincra' Hundrlua.
1j  BURNS _ Co.���Baker strout, Nukuu-
���   WiiulcMule dealers in fresh a d cured
ineaLa.   Culd Storage.
Baker fclreeL, Nelson���Wholesale dua
urs in fresh and oared meals.
J Street, Nulsun - w hulesalo djnlais il
hardware, miners' supplies, spurtititf _uud>-
VI 'LAt-'lU.AN BROS, lauuossoih to Van
_._. cuuver UanlwiireCu, l.Ul.i liakurou-ue-
Nelson���Wholosale dealers m hardware am-
mining- supplies, plumbers' and tinsmith*' sup
\J KLSON HARDUARK CO.��� Whulesal.
IA paints, nils ami glass: mechanics touts
AKenl* lui Onuiriu 1'uwilcr Wurks; irnauilu-
Be sure to use this (form when spending your remittance, for tho machine anil outfit, whieh you must fill
In and have signed hy nt least one good reference in the
proper place. Tear off and return to us, und also slate
here how much time you can devote to the work; also
how yon wish to bo paid, weekly, monthly, or as you send
in   tho   work.
Send your remittance by Express, Money Order, Registered Letter, or Post-Offico Money Order, and we will
promptly forward machine, outfit, and simple ruUIg for
doing- the work. This 1s tho best offer ever made for tho
benefit of Canadians who want to work and make money at
WANTED. ���Men   and women Wanted
to   work   at   home.      (Jood   wages,
Write   Glasgow     Woollcu     company,
Dept. C. 'Toronto.
EMPLOYMENT.-All kinds of help
wanted���Orders for help receive
prompt attention. H. Purdy, Employ-
Jiont agont. Fhouo 44. i' 0. Hox,
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's       Nest
Southern   Ry.     Good   wages,   long
job   Headquarters, Elko,   B.   0.     A.
Guthrie Sc Co.
Hair Brushes
Nail Brushes
Tooth Brushes
Clothes Brushes
Kootenay Street. Next Oddfellows' Ha
P. O. Box 633.
Catarrh caused  tho deafness, but  Japanese
Catarrh Cure cured tno catarrh, allayed all
inflammation   and  restored tho hearing
after physicians in Toronto and Winnipeg
had failed.
Mr. V, S.Hpeneor, HCoolmlno,avo.,Toronto,
writes:���'Tor over 12 years  1 havo sulfered
from catarrh, which, in spito of doetor.nK with
specialist.! in Toronto and W innipeK. became
worso, until finally my hearing became atl'octcd
Abo d a yt ar ago! procured a sample of Japan-
oio Catarrh Cure, afterwards u'sed in all four
bottles; Bincc I havo been entirely fico from
Catarrh, and my hearing has altogether returned,  lean oheorfully and conscientiously
recommond it."   All druggists, 60 cents. Write
for book on Ca'arrb and doufnons, freo.   Griffiths and Maophcrso-- Co , Limited, 121 Church
street, Toronto. ��� .	
for sale by J. f'��� Vanstone Nelnon. 11.0.
We are showing a
splendid new lot at
Very Low Prices.
Hair Brushes 50c. to $3.50-
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, N. B.
Allan Lino Ionian, Dec,  7
Allan Lino Tuninlan. Dec, 14
Beavor Lino Lako Superior Dec, 0
Boaver Lino Qrath GobUQ    Doo. :'h
Thou) Htoamorri mill from Halifax ono day
From Portland, Me.
Dominion Lino Vancouvor ,., Dec. 14
Don ii lion Lino Dominion Doc. 28
From Now York
Whito Star Lin�� Mfljeatlo Deo. 4
White Star Lino Oymlrlo Doc. io
White Star Lino Oooanio Doc. 11
Ounard Line  Umbrla, , Doc.   7
Ounard Line Luuinia.. .  Dec. 11
American Line I'hllndolphla Dec.   i
American Lino St. Paul  Doo. 11
Anchor Lino Anchoria Dec. 14
Anchor Lino FurnoHHla Dee. 28
Fiom Boeton
Cunard Lino Snxonla  Dec. 7
Cunard Lino Ultonla Doc. 21
Dominion Lino Now Kneland Dec, 4
For further information rc_jirding N. Q.
Lloyd Hamburf.-American, Holland-American
JlncH and for nn nn, rertorvallon of berths, etc.
Apply to
Gen. Agent, Winnipeg, Max,
J. a CARTER, D. P. A,, Nelson
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
LOST���About 0.3U Thursday evening
between Win. Hunter und Co.'s
store and the Foetofflce and the C. t\
11. lend otlice on West llaher street, a
silver op.'n faced watch with photo on
face, ^old chain and four charms, a
three dollar froUl piece, a sold locket,
s gold heart and a moss agate miniature curling stone. Finder will he
handsomely rewarncd by returning
same to Wm. Ilnnlei and Co.'s   store.
iUKNKH, 11KKTON _ Co.- Corner Verno
and Joi-celiino streets, Nolseii ���W'hel"
Mile dealura in liquors, olgara, ami dry gooO.--
AgontN for Pahst ltrewing Cu. of Milwuukc,
and Calgary ilrewiug Go of Calgary.
UDSON'S BAY Co.���Wholesale KroOHri��
and liquor* Btp>. linker tJireeb. Nelnon.
OiHoo corner Hall and Front Streets
Nelnon���Lunilter, ceiling, flooring, und ovorj
thing In WOOd for building DUTpOMf,    (iot oui
prtow.  Oorratpondonoe KHJCttedi
GALLON ���>, CO.���Doalnr. in ore woki
 and twlnex.   Always   i large Hluck on
hand. Telephone 385,  Kocm 14, K.-W.-C liluck
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
Money to Loan at 8 per cent.
Insurance Real Estate
FOR RENT.���Two ollicos over Queen
Cigar store, 81fi; 7-roomed house, bath
aud sewer, ?2D; 4-roomuil house, water
only, ill.
FOR SAliE.���Two lots, Observatory
st., on car line, J45D; 5-room house.
Carbonate ht., 81,000; 7-roomed house,
Carhonato fit, 82,100.
*********** �����������+��������������������������������������
l H. H. PUYF0ED f
|        & CO.
t       MADDEN    BLOCK
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'v.
g___jj8Qh  & Fort
Sheppard Ry
Red aVIountain R'v.
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We are showing this season a full
line of these (roods and solicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
and try a bottle, a down, or a barrel of
RALGARY BEER aa lt Is tho bent and
oheaW Ofl the market. Alao try onr
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
TVleohone B3 Bakor 8t.. Nolaon
P.   La  S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
Mineral   'ainfs aod uiiues suiveyed.
West Transfer Co.
Goal am Wood
Best  Fir and Tamarac  Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Office on Baker Street Tel
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.
l Phone 117
Perfect  Passenger   Service
New York
San Francisco
Soo Pacific Line
To St. Paul and Chicago and all
points beyond, High Back Coaches.
Superb Dining Cars. First-clasg
Sleepers on all trains,
Leave RAY TRAIN Arrivt
9:20 a.m Spokane 7:15 p.id
13 :25p.m Rossland 4 .3(1 p.iu
10:30 a.m... .Mountain or.!) p, m.
(1:40 a.m Nelson 8:45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. Sc T.A.
Spokane  Wasi
Airflnt, Nelson. P.O
J. 0. GWLLLIM, B-,  Sc,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelsoa. B C
Revelstoke  to  Coast   Daily.
Monday and Friday, Kootenay Landing to St. Paul.
Friday    orly,       Toronto,
Montreal. Boston, e'c.
For berths, timetables, rates and foil
Information apply to.
H. L. Biiown,
Oity PasHAuger Agent
J. S. Carter,
Dis. Pass. Act.
A. G. P. A.
ir lo
��� t
f. 5
���. - ���. Nblson Daily Miner Saturjv^ November 30,  1901
Wodwlro to inform
tho jmblic thnt wv
have taken over the
butilnoKH of
which will In tho future bo carried
on under the nlylo of
Wo link for the rapport of tho residents of
KoUOO nnd the Kootenny Country.
Our  premiBM   nre  .Hslnjf I'lilurtfod  nnd im
proved to meet tho aver growing trade of the
district. ,,       ���,    ,
The stock of Rook*. Office HuppUen, Stul Ion-
cry and Fancy Ooodfl will be increased and offered at prices which will make it worth your
while to dual witli uh.
Continued from First Page.)
A bariro loaded with marble for the
postoffloe buiidine-H arrived from
Kaslo yesterday.
In the case of Gamble vs. Htoeks an
agreement sntlffactorj t both parties
was arranged ye_,terday.
The Surprise came in yesterday
with a barge loaded with lumber for
the new sidewalks to be laid on vnri-
ous_streets in tbo city.
The Ladles' Guild of St. Saviour's
chnroh will hold a sale of work next
Wednesday,December 4th. They have
a large number of pretty and uselul
articles, especially for children.
Lunch will be Served from 12 until 8
p. tn., and tea from 3 until Ii o'clock.
There will also be a voting contest
and a prize will be given to the most
popular man in Nelson. Tbo sale will
be held in the Sunday school adjoining St. Saviour's church.
The regular meeting of the Socialistic Educational club will bo held
tomorrow afternoon, in the Miner's
Union hall. The discussion on the
address of tbe previous meeting will
be resumed. Mr. Lennox has been
invited to be present and lias signilied
his willingness to attend. In addition
to tlie above, J. M. Cameron, of
Vancouver, the organizer of the Provincial Sooialstic league, will be in
attendance for the purpose of organizing the society in aililiatiou with the
provincial organization. The business
of the meetling will commernce sharp
at ;i o'clock ana an interesting meeting is anticipated.
There will be a full rehearsal of
chorus and principals of the Chimes
of Normandy at St. Saviour's Bcliool
room at B o'clock tonight. The dato
of the opera has been fixed for the
evenings of December 11th, 13th and
lath so ti.at now these reheaisals are
of great importance to the success of
the production. The sooicty is going
to heavy expense in tbe production of
this opera, the cost being upwards ot
8H00. The wardrobe, which has been
received this week from Van Homo
aud Sons, Philadelphia, one of the best
known 'tinns of costumiers in the
United States, is a most elaborate
one. The scenery is now being paint
ed by the scenic artist of the audi
toiiutu theatre al Spokane.
compelled to render  "The Lads   That
Were Beared Among the lleatliei."
"The Day and Night we Cele orate"
was responded to by A. L. MoKIUop.
He told ail about St. Andrew's ��nd
the early history of the Scots. Mr.
McKillop then went on with n lot of
wlttieismfl. He told ninny humorous
Stories concerning Scotland which set
the table in a loar and evoked so
muoh applause tbat ho was at times
unable to proceed with his discourse,
His descriptions of American. Hug-
lisli, German,Irish and Scotch humor,
accompanied liy a story for each, wore
very funny und delighted his auditors.
"The Laud We Live In" huh responded to by W. A. Macdonald who
is generally conceded to have made
the speech of the evening. 11 IB remarks were full of Inspiration for
Canadians, especially Scottish Canadians, uud Incidentally he introduced several reminiscences and
anecdotes well illustrative of tho Scottish character.
After tlie toast "Our Ain Monnie
Toon" had been duly honored. Mr.
Gunn sang in splendid voice "Sandy
Grant," a Scottish dialect song. The
toast was acknowledged by Aid. Paterson. ex-Aid. 111!Iyer and Percy
"Transportation Folk." after an
Irish song by G. C. Tunstall, brought
out good speeches fiom il. K. Connon.
of tho freight, nnd J. S. Carter, of the
passenger departments of tlie C. P   R.
As the toast "Our Mining and
Smelting Interests" was givon the
orchestra struck up Annie Laurie.
Capt.Duncan and Capt. Gilford ably
"The Lassies," "the Press," and
"Sister Societies" were tlie last toasts
given, to tbe first of whioh Geo. Kydd
sang "My Honnie Lassie."
will cause a revulsion of feeling
against the general. The Standard
hints Hint General White first refused
to regard General Holler's hcliogram
as atithor'.ty and when it was deliberately repealed General White decided
to disobey it.
'/Antwerp, Nov. 20.��� Tho steamer
Ilalrlgli, which arrived November
27th from London, sailed from hero
today and it is alleged she is destined
tor Colon. Thc consul of the United
States declares, however, tha* the
cargo of anus and ammunition on
bourd Ihe Balrigh is not for Colomuia.
The lease of tbe Burlington system
to tlie C. H. and (_. company was
completed yesterday.
A nephew of the Pope yesterday attended the reception held by the U,
S. ambassador to Italy, the first time
a relative of the Pope has been present
at u ceremony given by a representative of a foreign power.
"I suffered such pain from corns I
could hardly walk," writes H.
Robinson, Hillsborough, Ills., "but
Hucltlcn's Arnica Salve completely
cured them," Acls like magic on
spi.-iins, bruises, euls, sores, ecnlds,
burns, boils, ulcers. Perfect healer of
skin diseases and piles. Cure guuian-
teodby Canada Drug and liook Co.
See  How  11 any  Friends Are   Hurt by
It would be just as reasonable for a
temperance advocate to drink a little
diluted whiskey as to drink coffee,
for one is as truly an intoxicant as
the other, and persistence in the use
of coilec brings on a variety of
chronic diseases, notorious among
which are dyspepsia, heart palpitation
(and ultimately heart failure,) u frequently constipation, kidney diseases.
many cases of weak eyes and trembling condition of the nerved. This is
only a small percentage of the great
variety of diseases which come from
an unbalanced nervous system, caused
by tbe persistent daily use of the drug
caffeine, which Is the active principle
of colfee. Another bit of prima fanie
evidence about colfee is that the victims to the habit Und great difficulty
in giving it up.
Tbey will solemnly pledge to themselves day after day that they will
abandon the use of it when they know
that it is shortening their days, but
morning after morning they fail
until tbey grow to despise themselves
for their lack of control.
Any one interested in this subject
would be greatly surprised to make a
ystematic inquiry among prominent
rain workers of America. There are
hundreds of thousands of our most
prominent people that have abandoned
colfee altogether and are using Postum
Food Coffee in its place, and for tin-
most excellent reasons in the world.
Many of them testify tliut ill health,
nervous prostration, nnd consequent
inability to work, bas in times past,
pushed them bnck and out of theii
proper standing in life, which they
have been able to regain by tile use of
their health, strong nerves, and great
vitality, nice coffee has been thrown
uut and tbe Postum put in   its   plate.
Fancy Oyster stews at
Pioneer Caterer.
Tlio sale of the household effects of
D. J. Dewar was complotcd yesterday
Frank Mendenliall, of the Jenckes
Machine Co., came in from Rossland
yesterday, and Is a guest at the Phair.
There is to be a special meeting of
the Trades nud Labor Council thin
evening at 7.30 in the Minors' Union
A signal house has been placed at
the wcBtcrn entranco to the C. P. R.
yards, for the convenience of the men
in handling the switches and Kigali).
In the case of the Star Mining Co.
vs. tho Slocan Star Co., an application
will be made at tbe Supreme court
next week for leave to inspect the underground workings of thc latter
The attendance of the Nelson High
school for November wan higher lliun
it has been for any proivous month.
The total number enrolled was 24, the
highest attendance at any secslon was
22, and the average attendance for tli
month 19.05.
A freight tiain ran off the traok
between Swansea and Cranbrook on
Thursday afternoon.delaying the west
bound Crow's Nest train for an hour,
till tlie rails were cleared. Very-
slight damage was done to tbe freight,
and none uf the train crew was   hurt.
Only one case of those that were to
have come before the approaching
sUBsion of tlie Supreme court for trial
has not been either settled or adjourn
ed, and it is on the way to a oettlc-
lucnt. All indications therefore point
to there being no Supreme court in
Nelson next week.
Queens. ���II.    Aylwln. New Denver
J, M. McGregor, sioean-, w.   Robson
Fort   Steele;   M.      Lambert,      Sioean
Junctiou,      W.      J.    Lemon,  Smelter
Phair ���Mr. nnd Mrs. C. N. Mon-
sin-rat, Montreal; VV. M. Courtis,
Detroit; F. K. Mendennnll, Rossland;
J. J. Dennis, San Francisco ; W. C.
Qoodrick, Toronto.
Hume.���(1.    Douglas,    Toronto;   II.
w. Harbour, Sandon; li. 3. McPhee,
Enterprise; vv. K. Noble, F. .1.
Fields, Montreal; F. N. Dodd, Spokane; Mrs. T. A. Garland, Portage
la I'rairie; W. II. Lewis, Toronto.
Grand Central���B, Foote, Sandon;
.1. Kelly. Silverton; Capt. J. Iligley,
Winnipeg; S. Rogers, Fleming; G.
Livermore, Fort Steele; D.J. Kennedy, Comaplix; W. Hutler, Kossluud
Government Fears Those Will Unite
and Canso Trouble.
London, Nov. 211. ���Seemingly fearing that the alliance between the pro-
Buller!tea and tbe pio-Boers during
tlie detiionstrntion to be held in Hyde
park 'n symapthy with Gen. Buller
may be the beginning of a serious
anti-government agitation, the Standard this morning semi-ulllciallv
warms Gen. Buller thnt unless he
checks the extravagance of his partisans the government limy tecompelled
to   make   further   disclosures   which
Jewels, candy, flowers, man���that
is the order of a woman's preferences.
Jewels from a magnet of might power
to the average woman. Even that
greatest of all jewels, health, is often
ruined in the strenuous efforts to
make or save Iho money to purchase
them. If a woman will risk her
health to gel, n coveted gem, then let
her fortify herself against tho insidu-
OU8 consequences nf coughs, colds and
bronchiul affections by the regular
use of Dr. Boschee's German Syrup,
t will promptly arrest consumption
n its early stages and heal the
affected lungs nnd bronchial tubes
und drive tlie dread disease from the
system. It is not a cure-all, but it is
a certain cure for couglm. colds and
all bronchial troubles. You can get
Dr. G. 0. Green's reliable remedies at
W. F. Teotzcl A Co.'s. Get Green's
Special Almanac.
Delegates to Trades and Labor
Council are hereby notified that there
will be a special meeting of oouncil
on Saturday, Nov. 30lh at 7.30 in
Miners' Union hall.
J. A. KNOUF. Secretary
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Potter.
V>l��m  R. 0
Windermere Mines.   OorrespondeuoeSolk.lt
Will pay the highest oaab price for all
kinds of seoond band goods. Will buy
or sell anytbing from an anchor to a
needle. Fnrniture, stoves, oarperU,
cooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Call and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike. Box 200. Hall
Street, Nelson,  B. C.
Porto Rico lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always lo
Wo curry a coinploto slack of Coast. Flooring
Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work. Sash and
Doors. Special order work will receive prompt
utloullon*   Mull ordor.1 solicited.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
Hoad Ofllco- Heiirir vx and Vpidoti PL, Neln
Certificates of Improvements
Jupiter, Katie D. Green, Ingersoll,
Last, Cliunce Hamilton and I. union
Fraction Mineral Claims, situate iu the
Nelson Mining Division of West Kootonny District
Where looated���On Jupiter Mountain,
near Oraigtown.
TAKE NOTICE tbat I, J. D. Anderson, P. L.N , of Trail, lit! agent for the
Katie D. Green Gold Minim; nnd Development Company, Limited. Non-
Personal, Liability, F.M.fJ. No. 1155(173,
intend, sixty duys from the date hereof,
to apply to Hie Mining Recorder for certificates of Improvements lor tho purpose of obtaining Grown Grunts of the
above claims.
And further tako notice Hint action,
under section .'17, must bo commenced
before the issuance of snch certificates
of improvements.
Dated this 15th tiny of No"ember,
A,D, 11)01. J. D. ANDEHSON.
Closing Out Announcement.
MARTIN O'REILLY & CO. in making their Closing Out Announcement, beg to tender  their thanks
to their many friends and customers for past patronage during the time they have been in business in
Nelson.    We propose giving the public generally, a life's opportunity of buying Dry Goods at prices
never before approached in the Kootenays or elsewhere.
On Friday Morning Nov. 29th, 1901.
Wc will commence one of thc Most Startling Cheap Sales ever attempted in the annals of Dry Goods'in
this city. This sale will not be prolonged ���short and sweet���and ladies see that you get some of "The
Plums", as there will be many during this, Our Last Sale in Nelson.
" Come ono come all' the goods musi got
Ami all WO want is but to show
The Bargains we ean give*"
Suit and Jacket Department
We mean ilus.
Suits that were $10.00, now $ 5 00
"      "      "       15.00,      "        8 25
"      "      "       20.00,      "        13 00
"       "       "        22.50,       "  15 no
"       "       **        25.00       "         it) 00
Dress Skirts
In Black nnd Navy,
Black Crcponne Skirls, If 10.00 now $ 6 oo
"        " "        6.50    450
5-5�� '    .1 7S
Black and Navy Serges,    7.50     4 75
Two doien Black, Navy, Fawn and Green Jackets al Half Price.
Ladies' R&ln Coals, were $7.00, now  4
Cravenette (Kaplan) the garment nf the hour, a $12.00 garment for
Tim best grade of Cavenette, $18.00 for	
1 '!���>
Domestic Department
Towelling 50., fie., and roe per yard.
Bath Towels lhat were 35e per pair, now.
11        " ��      "    4oe "     "        "  ..
"       " "      "   75C "     "        " ..
* STOP!      LOOK!      LISTEN!
Tableings, Sheetings and Bed Spreads.   Now is your time to buy lIn
another chance like this you may never iiave.
Blankets and Comforters
We have a large stock but the sale price will reduce them,   (3.7s
Blankets for 'a _>
f 2.00 Comforter for     ,
Dress Goods Department
All kinds, classes and colors of Press Goods are marked at  the following
Several pieces Black Figured Dress Goods that were 50c, now $ 25
A lot Fancy Dress Goods, were 75c, now  40
All Colored anil Black Dress Goods that were $1.00, now  65
The $2.00 line now  1 2
Silks, Blouse and Dress Silks
China Silk, regular 3s;c, now $ 20
Our 17 Inch China Silk, regular 50c, now  35
Some of the nobbiest Blouse Silks and Colorings, lhat were $1, now 60
Another line that was $1.50, now  go
Still another that was $3.50,   now  1 90
Dress Linings
Now is your time to buy Dress Linings.    The dressmakers'
Plain and Fancy Lining's that were (50, now	
Also our Fancy Colored Linings that were 25c, now	
Corsets, Gloves, Underwear
Ladies will be interested lo know lhat Corsets,   Gloves and   Underwear
are not left out of Ibis sale.
Our     750 Corsel rocs for $ ,���
"     $1,00    "       "      "  (���,
1-25    "       "     " '.'.'.".7.7..'.'.'.'.".'.'.'. 8S
"        1.50 D. and A. short waist, black, white, pink aud blue  i  in
"        1.50 D. and A. Girdles, drah only  , no
Children's Corset waists that were 90c and 75c are now  50
GLOVES���Our Kid Gloves require no introduction otherwise  than
to mention that they arc "Perrln's Make", in colors modes tans
and black.    Think of it, only, per pair  0o
Underwear in Ladies'and Childrcns'.    A nice,  well  finished  Combination for Ladies, in white only, threo sines, each  <jn
Ladies Natural Wool Vesls, were $1.00, now ���.  75
A line of Ladies' White Vests, were 90c, now  65
Children's Vests and Drawers in white only, from 20c up.
Pins 2 papers for 5c.    Hair Pins 2 for 5c.    Those that were   10c  now 5c.
Everything in tlie Smallware line simillarly reduced.
Tr  The above price quotations are selling prices, and it is absolutely necessary that we
-Sr4 make things move, as we intend moving ourselves in two weeks
New Century
Producing Straight Front Eflect With
The New Wnitit   The Straight Front        or without Straight Front or Erect
Effect complete Form corsets.
Purloctor adjustod on
The Only Perfect Article to Give the DIP FOTT Effect
tO the DreSS-
Is a simple little device that attaches to the corret as In  Fig.   1,   and  is
used to give that long graceful effect to the   shirtwaist,   without   having
to slope the waist band  or  wear   "Erect  Form"   Corsets.     It  is  self-
adjusting to long or short waisted figures.
PRICt   25  CENTS-
For Sale by
1 MTarland&Brookmanl
'���% We have just opened a line of \
X ^ery unique in design. J
g  China Hall Baker Street |
"^ fnm ?f>ft> ^ff\?t\?f> ff> f9>^f>��f>^/f\#f>#ftiff>^f\/f> ff^^w^!* -ri>^>^
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
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
order* b, mau to any branch will have careful and W��m��t attention.


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