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 IProvinciai Library |j31oo.
Daily Edition No. U94
Nelson,  British Columbia, Sunday,  November 17, 1901
Eleventh  Year
cars would   moan   a  serious   loss to
the city. On consideration of the city's
_      __.  taking   sonic   power   and   tho    Hall
LIGHT BYLAW M,neHc��'for t!uir i,|ant' ""��� >"����������
J way company can obtain better terms
for power. Tlic only unanswerable
criticism from our principal critio
that 1 Have beard after discussing tlio
question fully was the remark, "To
hell with tlio people, lot them liiirn
candles, until you can give them
It remains with tho people to
choose for themselves on Tuesday.
Yours truly,
An Outline of the Situation
as Understood by Mayor
To Meet Requirements a Tern
porary Arrangment Is
To the Ratepayers,���On Tuesday it
rests with tlio properly owners to say
whether they wish an efficient electric light service ur not. The city lias
outgrown its present plant, and it ia
generally agreed Hint for the future it
is necessary to build a new plant
whore the conditions will permit an
increase uf power to keep pace with
tlic growth of the oity nnd that enn
only be obtained on Kootenay river.
Tn meet present rcquiionionts a temporary arrangement is necessary, and
the Council have endeavored to do
their best to solve the question In the
best in 11'rests of the city generally.
Tile situation is as follows.:
Tlio lights connected with the present plant exceed the capacity as far as
power.ii conccrnec1 and during the win-
t'r iininllis there is a .shortage of water
to develop oven the. power we have.
Consequently during the period when
wo require light we cannot supply the
ratepavers who require It, nor can wc
light the stieets.
Under bylaw we propose taking ��
minimum load of 100 h. p. or so on
up to fiiiu li. p. always with 50 h. p. to
come anil go on,without exceeding the
minimum. It has been stated tbat the
"peas" load oan run np to almost
anything during a month and that
would be the "minimum" for the
year. This Statement has been made
with n deliberate intention of lying
to those who will not. look into the
The city owns two systems, one a
direct current carrying 3,035 lights
and the other an alternating system
with transformers carrying 1,000
lights or over: the latter system is the
only one lhat can be connocted with
Bonnlngton without purchasing fresh
transformers, so that in no event
could we connect the power company
with the direct current syBtem unless
wo bought transformers, which simply means that ir we take tho overload off our present plant and put on
so many lights on to the West Kootenay Power Co., we know exactly what
we are burning every month. It is
impossible to burn 150 h. p. when
you have only lights enough connect
ed to consume 100 h. p.
During the month of October whon
the alieriiating machine was out of
repair we had all its lights on the
Bonnlngton Power, over 1,000 lights
connected, which produced a revenue
of $050 at our lowest rate. We paid
to run those lights $440.25 for 110
h.p. During that month '.he so-oallcd
"apex" load wont up to 155 h. p. but
the daily average peak load was only
HO h. p.
It must lie remembered that before
the bylaw takes effect a oontract has
to bo drawn setting forth not only the
bylaw, but anything necessary to
Willie its terms clear and binding, and
I think the council can be trusted to
look after this.
In conclusion it means this.
To defeat the bylaw: Poor light,
no street .lights and some 800 to 8011
Mils at present connected cut off.
Topasa the bylaw: Supplying v.hat
tlio ratepayers need and taking not to
exceed the minimum for the whole
Tear���Whatever the citizens can use���
making n, pioflt on it and in my
opinion not to exceed 100 h p. minimum during the whole year.
Should any break down take place
that is the lault of our present plant
there would nc no necessity to increase
tho power unless such break down
was of a permanent nature. The
majority of the council and myself
are simply trying to do the best we
can to keep the city in light until
we are in a position to supply light
ourselves and we are quite alive to
and capable of preventing any infringement of the city's franchise.
There is one other side to the question and that is that by taking 100 h.
p. and relieving our water supply we
will be helping both the Tramway
company and the smelter, both local
enterprises, the stopping of tbe street
It Must Obtain a Reduction in   Power
Hates or Cease Operations.
Nelson, Nov. 10th, 1001.
To tho Ratepayers of the City of
Nelson, 11. O ���The directors of the
Nelson Electrlo Tramway company
have, during the past week, had repeated inquiries from the citizens,
friendly to the company, as to their
feelings towards the power bylaw to
bo submitted to vole on Tuesday next
and as to whether the passage of the
bylaw would be beneficial or other
wise to tho Tramway oompany. 1 have
been in consequence instructed to
lay before the ratepayers Hie position
of the company. When the Tramway
company Inaugurated Its service,pros-
p'ects in Nelson were very bright, and
the parent company expected that the
growth of the city would soon minimise the expected daily loss, but
hopes in this direction have, for the
time being, been blasted and it was
necessary to avoid closing down, that
reductions in cost of operation should
take place. Overtures were made from
time lo time to the West Kooteuav
Power and Light company but without suceesH. Tbe W. K. P. &L. Co.
contended that they muat exact the
full price of their conlract unless they
could obtain return from investment
for their pole line and uoBstruotioTJ,
from other sources. Negotiations to
accomplish this end were undertaken,
and on the 2fltli day of September
liKll, I wrote the city council as
Pent. 25th, 1901.
J. K. Strachan, Esq., City Clerk:
Dear Sir,���Our company has been
endeavoring for some time past to induce the West Kootenay Power company to reduce the price charged for
power, but without success.
The contention made by Mr.   Campbell on behalf of the W.   K. P. Co., is
that  aside  from proportionate oost ol
management and  generating of power
his eompany is entitled   to a   revenue
sufficient   to pay interest   and sinking
fund   on   the cost   of  construction of
their polo line into Nelson.     Wc have
pointed out that  even   admitting  his
contention has  force,   still   that  the
tramway   could   not   much longer be
cxpeoted to be operated at such a serious loss as we are now incurring, and
that   In   our opinion   the parent company   might   at  any   time decide to
cease operations.     The   conclusion of
our  negotiations   was   reached    this
morning, when Mr. Campbell definitely informed   us that hn would not reduce the charge   for   power, unless he
was  able  by   disposition of power to
the   City   of   Nelson   and   others  to
obtain   an     additional   revenue   and
benefit from the pole line  constructed
into   Nelson   by   his company.     We
know that the  council will   do everything to safeguard tho interests of the
people   in   dealing with the   lighting
question   but   it   is   conceded  on  nil
sides   that the citizens  aie anxious to
see   tho   tramway  continue in operation   and   we   wish you would   place
this   letter   before   tho   mayor    und
council   so   that   our position In   the
matter may bo   apparent and that our
company   is   anxious   to see some
rangement   made   that  will result in
reduction   of    our   fixed charges   for
power.    Yours truly,
Roberts Not   Attending
Duty and May Resign.
Preparations for Coronations.
The  Queen's   New
Lonlon, Nov. 10.���More dissatisfaction than ever reigns at the war
ofliee. It is now thought almost certain thBt Lord Roberts will resign
aVmt the first of April, if not sooner,
and will not take pint in the coronation proceedings. There is grumbling
at his continued absence from I'all
Mall and much correspondence is left
unanswered. Mr. Rroderick took it
upon himself to answer Sir Evelyn
Wood's request for another aide-decamp and very curtly refused it,
An elaborate report has been issued
by the Colonial office on the concentration camps. Tho Unionist papers
pronounce the history of the camps
most creditable to England, while the
pro-liocr journals maintain the unutterable criminality of the policy of
concentraion. They hold that the report admits an indiscriminate massing
together of people, of insufficient
housing and covering, absence of
warmth and poor rations. The report
states that those whose relatives were
ou uommando had been put on half
nitions but this policy was afterward
A stir has been created by the
rumor that Sir Miohael Hicks-Beach,
chancellor of the exchequer, would
impose another tax nf a half penny a
pound on sugar but it is'an unwritten
law of Ihe treasury that no industry
shall ��*e tampered with two years
running, and it is not likely that Sir
Michael Hicks-Beach will transgress
this time. Sir Michael haa intimated
that the tax on coal would be continued but not increased.
The cabinet seems to bo putting
unusual energy into its work and
during the ccining week will formulate proposals for the reform of the
procedure of the House of commons.
This has beoome very necessary on
account of the tact that domestic legislation is hopelessly blocked. Parliament will reassemble about January
Preparations for the coronation are
assuming costly shape. Mrs. Bradley-Martin'* tiara will cost ��250,000
and will be a replioa of the diadem of
Empress Josephine. The koh-i-noor
diamond will be set in   the crown   for
Speonlation  As   to    the   Futuie
Brooklyn and Steinwinder.
Grand Porks, Nov. 10.���Dr. West-
wood has been appointed district coroner, vice Dr. Stanley Smith,
Yesterday was pay day on the
Republic Sc Grand Forks railway.
About $12,0(10 was disbursed. Tlio
company is building a four-story trestle across Trout oreek,south of Curlew
lako on the Colville reservation. The
structure will be 700 feet long and
the amount of timber to be utilised
in its construction will execeed 000,000
feet. The bridge will have a seven
degree curve.
John S. Snapp, of the Groat
Northern railway, haa arrived from
8t. Paul on business In connection
with ihu final settlement of the right
of way on the branch line to
J. E. Boss, a prominent Spokane
mining operator, who is largely interested in the Brooklyn and Sternvinder
group, at Phoenix, is here. He recently visited Toronto Where Robert
Jaffray, Wm. McKenzie and D. D-
Mann, his leading associates In the
enterprise, reside. The group is owned by a company styled the Dominion
Copper company. Naturally a good
deal of speculation has been indulged
in respecting the object ot his eastern
trip and his present visit to the mines
which bave been closed down for several months. Mr. Boss contented
himself with declaring thnt the visit
bad been of significance and that he
was in no sense performing any
special mission for his associaltes.
He will spend a fortnight In the
Boundary. In accordance with a request from the management for a
railway spur, the Cr-at Northern has
sent an engineer to report on the
First Thought mine in the Pierre lake
district, Colville reservation, north
west of Ilossburg. The mine is owned
principally by Pat Burns, the Kootenay meat king, T. H. Holt, of Vancouver, and Wm. McKenzie, of Mc-
Keuzic & Mann, railwav contractors,
Toronto. It has beon under steady
development and the railway company has been assured that the First
Thought 1b in shape to make steady
shipments and lhat over 40,000 tons
of ore have been blocked out. Several
experimental shipments have been
made to the Tacoma smelter. When
the spur is built the mine will ship to
Orand Forks.
Many Public Meetings Condemn  His   Recent
Electric  Locomotives  Make
Marvelous Time Near
Victoria, Nov. 10.-The Albion Iron
Works Co., of this city has been
awarded the contaot for the repairs to
the City ot Topeka which struck an
icebnrg in Taku Ar.n. The repairs
will cost in the neighborhood of
$7000. The steamer is in the Esquimau dry dock.
There was a severe  storm   here this
. morning and at 8 o'olock this evening
the queen   which   will   then   Oe  tne   "'"       *��� : ,-,.      r
_!-?  ���.1-   .-���   th-   ���n,l,l        Manv  a   shock   of   earthquake was felt.    A
most costly in the world. Many
peeresses are spending vast sums on
jewels and robes. It is expected that
the king will confer tbe semi-royal
title of Duke of Inverness on the Duke
of Fife, son-in-law of his  majesty.
The Horace Plunkett and Arthur
Lynch faction fights in Galway were
renewed last night. Col. Lynch has
not yet appeared on the scene and
will not. Should he be clcoted it is
asserted that he will be smuggled into
tbe house to take the oath and will
face the music if accused of treason
for fighting on behalf of the Boers.
little damage was done to small ship
Alex. J. Lindsay of this oity who
has just returned from Nome intends
to purchase two 400-ton steamers to
place on the run between None and
Kotzebue to connect with a steamer
has on the Kecwalk river
Managing Secretary.
Shortly afterwards bylaws were
drafted and redrafted and eventually
the present bylaw was approved by
the city council and the West Kootenay Power company and only awaits
tbe approval of the citizens. The
West Kootenay Power company has
promised to make reductions in price
of power to the Tramway company
should the bylaw pass, and thus enable the W. K. P A I.. Co. to obtain
further custom for its power and use
of its pole line into Nelson.
The   local directors ot the tramway
are most anxious to continue the operation of tne street  railway   and trust
i (Continued on Third Vage.)
Rossland, Nov. lli.-John H. Mackenzie, the new general manager of
tho Le Rio, who was recently selected
to take the plaoe made vacant by the
teslgnation of Bernard Macdonald,has
arrived in Rossland and has assumed
tho duties of his new position. Among
mining men Mr. Mackenzie has the
reputation of being well informed in
all that appertains to practical mining, and is also a good manager.
The Rossland amateurs, who arc to
produce the farce-comedy "Confusion"
are making good progress under the
direction of W. J. Nelson. There
was a full rchersal at the opera house
this evening.
Viotoria, Nov. 16.���The C. P. B.
ticket offices on the corner of Fort and
Government streets and the Dominion
Express offices in the rear are to be
vacated on tbe first of the year. A
bank from Vancouver, reported to be
the Imperial, is taking the stand and
will establish a branch.
The damages to the City of Topeka,
as revealed in dry dock where she
now is shows that 30 feet of the stem
was twisted and twelve new plates
are required. The tenders for repairs
close today. No hole Inside was
Rossland, Nov. 10,-The outnut, of
the Rossland camp for the week ending tonight was 5,000 tons divided as
follows: Le Roi 3,1,00 tons, Le Roi
No. '>. 100 tons. Rossland -Great Western 302. These figures bring the total
output since work was resumed up to
40,110 tons and for they year to date
257,418 tons.
Port Townend, Nov. vlO.-Capt. A
F. Brouard, who arrived here today
after being live years in tho Arctic
sea, states that on the northern shores
of Kotzebue sound for the distanco of
300 miles is one Immense bed of bitu
minous coal, enough to supply the
world for manv years. It Is a good
household coal. ���
Ottawa, Nov. lfi.���Mayor Morris in
the police court this morning pleaded
guilty to having purchased liquor at
the Russell nouse during prohiblted-
hours and was fined J5. The oonvic-
tion disqualifies the mayor from holding ofliee for two years, and the
mayoralty ohalr thus becomes vacant.
Berlin, Nov. in.���Numerous anti-
Chaaiberlain meetings were held
throughout Germany this week and
there are no signs of an abatement ot
the movement. A number of meetings
adopted resolutions which were forwarded to the Imperial Chancellor
Count Von Hnelow. A direct semiofficial utterance on the subject is
still lacking,but a number of country
weelkicfl, whieh generally reflect the
views of lccnl officials, print simultaneously an article considered to 'nave
been inspired from Berlin, in which
the people nre warned against carrying too far the feeling of indignation
against Mr. Chamberlain nnd allowing it to assume the form of general
political hostility to Great Britain.
The writer of tho article rejects the
demand that the German government
eMer a protest in London against the
utterances of the Colonial secretary
and ask for satisfaction as this would
overshoot the mark.
The art;de ciieludes with saying
that public opinion in France passed
over the matter with light ridicule
and asserts tbat the Fren.-h would rejoice if all Germany with the chancellor at the head, "ran foul of tbe
English bully's weapon." More
significant is the circular which the
executive committees of the German
Veterans' union and Prussian
National Veteran's union, have, as
already cabled,issued depreciating the
the anti-Chamberlain demonstrations
and requesting the veterans to avoid
taking part in the movement.
In regard to the approaching action
for divorce Between the Grand
Duchess of Ilesso and the Grand Duke,
grandchildren of tho late Queen Victoria, the Cologne Gazetto says it
learns authoritatively that no third
party is involved, explaining that the
disagreement is owing to the incompatibility of their tempers and tastes,
and intimates that the lack of a male
heir also has a bearing on the cane.
The paper further says that the czar's
recently projected visit to Darmstadt
was omittei because ol the troubles
of the Grand Duke and Grand Ouches
of Hesse.
Emperor William has been hunting yesterday and today in l.elzlingen
forest near Stenal, Prussian Saxony,
with a large party of the highest
nobility. The emperor's special guests
on this occasion is the Grand Duke
Vladimar of Russia
All signs indicate that there will be
much suffering among tho working
classes in Germany this winter. The
authorities of this city estimate that
there nre 3.1,000 unemployed persons in
Berlin and from all sections of the
country come reports of people seeking work.
The latest experiments with electric locomotives between Berlin and
ZosBon show that tho engines have
readied a speed of 105 miles an hour.
The experiments have been suspended
until a heavior tract is built.
Views differ regarding the effect of
the Bundsraths action on the tariff
bill. Friends of the measure assert
that the prospects ol its adoption substantially in its present form tj the
Reichstag have greatly improved and
even its opponents do not disguise
their disappointment over the Bunds-
rath's acquiescence. The Centrist
press demands its speedy passage and
admits that the longer the debates
last the more diffloult will be adoption of the measure. Nevertheless a
long discusion is inevitable. The
Agrarian league pronounces the hill
to be absolutely unacceptable. The
league urges ruthless opposition to
the measuro In the Reichstag and is
sending circulars to its local branches
setting forth that all increases in in
dustrial duties must be rejected, unless
the full Agrarian demands nre conceded ,
Considerable   mystery   prevails hero
regarding  tho   meeting  of the direc-
The meeting was apparently suddenly
called. llerr Ballin, director Of the
llnmbury-Aincrican line, and llerr |
Platbe,president of the North German
l.lyod line, who came first, were received hy tho emperor and then tne
other directors and secretaries were
summoned. A representative of the
government also attended the meeting.
The Renes Journal says the ocean
Companies directors have held conferences and discussed ways and means
of preventing the increasing American
influence over German lines. The
paper adds that New York capitalists
have purchased   several million marks
uf shares  in the  Hamburg-American
lino during the last few weeks but the
excitement by the reportod purchase
of a New York company of over 5, -
000,000 marks of the North German
Lloyd company's obligation, tbe
Kleincs Journal considers unjustified,
since the purchase docs not affect the
shares. The Tageblntt today prints
an ollicial statement from tint North
German Lloyd company that this company lias sold obligations to the New
York Insurance company. Heir Ballin left Berlin this afternoon.
San Juan, Porto Rico, Nov. 10.���
The bail of Santiago Iglesian has been
reduced to $500 cash. His trial lias
been set for December -nil.
Santiago Iglesias was arrested on
Nov. 1 upon his arrival from New
York. His detention was due to his
non-appearance after having been
thrice summoned by the local courts
to appear in a case against bun
brought In July, 1000. He was
charged with conspiracy for persuading the local federation of labor to
order all labor organizations to go on
a strike unless they were paid in gold
al the same rate as they had been
paid in silver. A general strike accompanied by some violence followed.
This was nt the time of tho change
in Porto Kioan currency. When the
case against Iglesias was first called,
he was at large on his own recognizance. He did not appear tor trial
then or upon the date of two subsequent adjournments. When arrested
here last week his bail was first
placed at 8::,Olid.
San Francisco, Nov. 10.���Spoiling
men who witnessed last night's content between Jim Jeffries and Gns
Ruhlin agree that it was one of the
most disappointing fights ever put, up
by heavy weights of reputation. No
one expected such a tame termination and when Hilly Madden threw up
the sponge in the fifth round anger
shook the rafters of tbo building.
Referee Corbett plainly showed his
surprise and at first thought that the
sponge had neen thrown into Hie ring
by some practical joker. He said the
crowd paid a big admission fee and
were entitled to see the defeated mini
knocked out. Ruhlin was not badly
punished and bore no serious marks
of the fray. Jeffries said that had he
gone for Rnhlin tlio latter would not
have lasted two rounds. There was
about (20,000 bet. on the match.
Meeting of the Mine Owners
Has Been Call to Consider It.
Definite  Plan  of Action to
Be Laid Before the
New York, Nov. 17.���The Gntb-
Mann aerial torpedo and the big IN-
inch gun were tried at the proving
grounds at Sandy Hook agnin today.
Two shots were fired and tlic heavy
charges of wot guncotton with whieh
eacli shell was charge, was detonated.
Tho first torpedo fired did not damage
the plate cr backing to any great ex
tent. Tho econd was more successful,
cracking the plate from top to bottom
and doing considerable damage to the
New York, Nov. 10.���Henri Fournier, the French autosiobnlist, established a new world's official record
for one mile today oovcring tho distance in 51 4-5 seconds. The record
was made on a straight away nourse
ovei the Coney island bonlevard be
tween Prospect Park, Brooklyn, and
the ocean.
Sofia, Nov. 18,���The brigands who
captured Miss Stone have reduced the
amount of the ransom to 20,000 Turkish pounds, but tins is more than Mr.
Dickinson has at his disposal, nud it
is thought that they will reduce their
demands to 18,000 Turkish pounds. If
this sum is not raised there is no hope
of an immediate settlement.
A meeting of the silver lead mine
owners is to be held in this city on
December 4th. In the circular issued
calling the meeting it is stated that
a definite plan of action will be laid
before such meeting. This coupled
with the optimistic utterance of J.
Roderick Robertson a short tune slneo
when ho stated that the prospects for
securing the refinery had very much
Improved during tbe past few days
und that there was now every reason
to believe that an early start would -
be made in the erection of the refln-
erv, would Indicate that here is a
marked change of front and that the
project will assume form aud proportion at tin- forthcoming meeting.
It is known that Sir Thomas Shaug-
nessy, president of the Canadian
Pacific railway, is in favor of the
election of the refinery, as he knows
it wtiiilil centralize the lead business,
of this country at sumo suitable point
and insure his road more haulage
than it at present enjoys. Then, too,
he knows that it would bo of immense
benefit iu tin- development of the
silver lend mines as a ranch larger
tonnage than at prose'it wonld be ex- ���
tractcd because the profits to the mine
owner would be larger,
Tbe oarties nt interest are reticent
as to what is to come before the meeting. Following is a copy of the circular issued to the Silver lead millets.
Nelson, II. C, Nov. 14lh, 1001.
As you are aware, the Dominion
government last spring granted a
bounty foi the production of pig lead,
smelted and refined in Canada. It
was expected that this would have resulted in the establi luiient of a refinery and consequently in better prices
to the silver-lead mine Owners by
reason of lower treatment charge and
nn assured market for their product.
Unfortunately snob results have not
been attained, although strenuous
efforts havo been made. It Is deemed
advisable, therefore, to call a meeting
of representatives of all stiver lead
mines in British Columbia for the
purpose of fully considering the whole
question and faking such action as
will further nnil protect the interests
of all concerned.
A definite plan of action will be
laid before such Hireling.
You ure requested to .attend a meeting of representatives' of silver-lead
mines in llritish Columbia to be held
nt the otlice of the London & 11, C.
Gohlliels in Nelson, B. C, on Wednesday, the 4th day of December, 1001, at
o'clock, p. m.    (Signed)
,1. C. DREW It Y.
The   Hague,   Nov.  18,���Queen Wil-
helmina   is   reported   to be  suffering
tors of ocean steamships  companies at j from premature   confinement   and   is
the Hotel Bristol   yesterday   evening.'said to be bolter.
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Late advices from the Crow's Nest
Southern is that construction is making good progress Grading is almost
finished on the portion of the line
from Jennings, north to tho international boundary lino, and traoklay-
ing will shortly be commenced.
North of the boundary line there
has been some delay, occasioned
pi inc.pally by reason of some
dillleuites experienced in getting tho
permission of the government for
right of way, olo. Now, however,
comfortable cumin- have been erected
and work is making good progress.
It will take six months to finish the
road on Ibis fide of the line. Operation will be carried on all winter an
there will be but little snow or frost
to interfere. The contractors claim
that It Is difficult to secure enough
men. They say that they ure paying
fair wages, have comfoitable bunk
houses for the accommodation.of the
men, and that the food is plentiful
and of good quality. Owing to the
alien labor law men cannot bo
brought from Spjskne and other cities
to the south of the line, and on the
otlur band, II costs too much to bring
workers from Eastern Canada.
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Daily, por y*vr foroiKn    a ��
Weekly,per half year *J jg
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london omcra
145 Kloot Stroct, E. C.
Central Pre*. Agency. Ltd.. Special Agonta
Alexander & OO..JB Fimt 4j������i"J*�����_
tcriutionH. ..
The above Reward will be paid to
anyone giving evidence that will convict persons ol stealing The Miner lrom
our subscriber's doors.
it bas been passed tli rung Ii the converter it carries from 99 to 08 pur cent,
copper and conns out in the form of
blistered copper, having lost from 500
to 900 pounds Weight of useless
material in tbe refining proee6S in the
converter. It still carries however
the gold and silver. This refined product is lint ou to New Ycrk for treatment. The saving is in the weight
which is eliminated iu the converter
and when from 500 to !I00 pounds IB
taken frrm each ton it amounts to
considerable when it has to be hauled
across tbe continent. Fur'her on the
Granby company will doubtless put in
a refinery sod the gold and silver will
then fie separated from the copper.
Thus by gradual steps all the processes are being introduced and the
refining and smelting industry of
Southern llritish Couinbia is becoming self reliant and will in fine be
able to get aluiig without outside
assistance. In this way it will reap
all the profits that there am in
mining, smelting and refining, give
employment to more men at home,
and becoming a greater factor in the
upiiuililing of thu country.
plbabkd with b. c.
Oliver Wethered, one of the directors in the London & B. C. Qoldflelds
.eeently visited the mining oamps of
Bothern llritish Columbia, and on his
return was interviewed by the British
Colombia Review ol London. Among
other questions he was asked. " How
does llritish Columoia from a mining
standpoint compare with Australia
and New Zealand'" and he replied,
"The percentage of mines, large and
small, that have made profits or have,
at all events, repaid the cost of their
development, is greater in British
Columbia than in any other colony 1
have yet visited."
He was ashed if he noticed any difference in the methods in vogue in
lt. C. whieh struck him as being more
advantageous than those which obtain in other colonies which he had
visited and lie replied tbat there was
no noticeable difference except that iu
tho lloundary country smelting is now
being named on at a lower cost than
in any other camps that he knew of.
Mr.Wethered's opinion is valuable
because he is one of the few representatives of llritish capital who bave
visited British Columbia possessing
an intimate knowledge of mining
undertakings in other colonics. His
indorsation nf the mines here when
he said that the percentage of mines
large ami small, whieh have made
profits,or have repaid the cost of their
development is greater here t.ian in
any colony that he has visited, should
serve a good mm in directing the attention of llritish investois in this
direction. The statement was made
after a stay of several weeks In
Southern British Columbia (luring
which Mr. Wethered visited the lead-
ing mining seotions and made a close
study of the'eonditions, and therefore
what he says should carry great
weight in London -where he is best
known. It is by far the strongest
recommendation that our mines have
yet received from a llritish mining
investor of prominence, and should
redound to their advantage and Induce
tbe investment of considerable capital
here. Other companies than the London & B. C. Uoldfields could with
advantage send their representatives
here so lhat they might see for themselves tho advantages which an-
offered for Investments in mining,and
understand something of the mining
pohsibilitics here.
Mr. Wethered is strongly in favor
of the election of a lead refinery here
and said that the erection of a refinery is of such importance to the
silver-lead properties that lie made
�� special point of seeing Sir Thomas
HbaughneBBy at Montreal, on the subject. He reports that he had a very
satisfactory interview with liinj and
be had every reason to hope that the
C. P. R, will erect a refinery at
J The project is one that would yield
a profit, build up the business of the
country and of the C, P. I!., and why
there should be any hesitation about
embarking in it is difficult to
tween Jeffries.the heavyweight champion, and Lublin, an aspirant for the
championship. The latter refused to
leave his corner when time was called
for tbe sixth round and the crowd
jeered him and culled him a quitter
and fakir. This contest was witnessed by 10.000 people who had paid
fr;oni 83 to $5 for admission and then
were entitled to witne-s the boxing
contest carried on on ils merits and it
should have been free of the suspicion
of fake or fraud It is such incidents
as these that bring boxing contests
into disrepute and if kept up will
lead to a total suspension of them, as
tbe publio will refuse to patronise
fraudulent exhibitions of this
Afier careful consideration of the
city lighting question it is palpable
that something must be done to provide Ihe needed lights immediately.
The only available plan fur supplying
the light seems tn be by moans of a
contract wilh tbe West Kootenay
Light ,t Powor company. This contract inteferies in no wise with the
city's right to supply its citizens with
either light or power. The power,
which is lo be contracted for, is to be
used simply fo the purpose of supplementing the pies nt plant which is
Inadequate to supply current requirements. Under the contract the city
loses no rights.
Further on the city can make arrangements for building an electric
plant on the Kootenay river of a
sufficient capacity to light, the city
with a resever power for at least
four or five years to allow for the
natural growth of Nelson. The city
government deems it inexpedient to
negotiate a loan for the purpose
of creeling such a plant at
present, as it is claimed that
the city has a considerable indebtedness already anil to borrow 8150,000
for an electric plant now would
bring the debt up dangerously closo
to the limit. In any event the instal
ation of a plant would occupy at
least a year and perhaps longer. It is
claimed, too, that during the time
the contract with the West Kootenay
1'ower Sc Light company io In force
that a profit can be made each month
on the power which it furnishes.
This being the case it is tbe best
recommendation of the plan to lease
power for a limited period that, has
been put foward and taking all of the
facts into consideration it seems that
the best move the eity can make is to
enter into the contract, anil the ratepayers will make uo mistake in voting for the bylaw.
At the same time The Miner does
not recede from its position that the
oity'H right to furnish its citizens
with electric lights is a most valuable
asset and is one which under no consideration should ever be surrendered,
It believes, ton, tbat it would be for
the best interests of the city to erect
juHt as soon as posusible a plant of
sufficient capacity to supply tbe city
with all the llluminant that it may
need for the next four or five yea's.
The traffic managers of the Eastern
railways have decided to discontinue
the granting of passes to officials of
other roads. The proposal was made
to cut off even more passes,but finally
this much was agreed to. Undoubtedly the day of the free pass is passing
away, and when members of legislative bodies are required to pay their
way the geneal public may expect to
travel a little cheaper than they do
The inclination on the part of the
mining and smelting companies operating in this country is to have as
much nf the rcduotion processes as
possible,done at'hotue.  The matte from
the smelter of the llritish Columbia
Copper company, which is located at
Greenwood, has hitherto been sent to
New York for refining. The Granby
company is erecting a convertjr, in
connection with its smelting plant
at Orand Forks, and has made a contract with the llritish Columbia Copper company for its entire matte
product which amounts to between 20
nnd 25 tons per day and which Is to
be doubled in January when tin-
second furnace is put in operation,
The Granby company will conveit
this matte into copper blistei in their
converter which will be in operation
in about six weeks. The matte as
It comes from tho smelter carries
from SO to Oil per cent, metal.     When
Everywhere there may be found
admirers ol glove contests where they
are conducted properly and honestly.
Where well trained mem of equal
strength, size and dexterity have a
boxing contest with gloves of a proper
size Oleic is nothing demoralizing,
dangerous or brutal, about it. It Is
simply a question of skill, Hgility anil
generalship���and a great deal of Ihe
latter quality can be shown to advantage In such contests���as to which
shall be the victor, yuch contests are
considered worthy of partronage by
large numbers of men of all classes
in communities where they take place,
and the public Interest In them is
very great. It is far uetter to have
the yonlh of the land trained in the
art of boxing than il is, as in some
countries, to have them adepts with
the knife and the revolver. An encounter with nature's weapons very
seldom results in anything more than
a fow bruises, while an affray in
winch weapons are used leads to the
most disastrous and doplorable of consequences. Boxing is a legitimate
sport and the public like to see it and
to read about it. On this continent
since men like Jack Oempsey and
John L. Sullivan have gone out of the
game a great deal of trickery has
crept in. The charge of fraud has
been attached to the names of Corbett,
Pitzsiinmons and McCoy and others
who of late have occupied the middle
of the pugilistic singe and they have
been accused of all sorts of dishonest
practices In connection with the glove
corite-sts in which they have engaged.
Take fur instance, the contest of
Friday   night   at   Snn   Francisco be-
But her beauty was completely hid
den by sores, blotohes and pimples
till she used llucklen's Arnica Salve.
Then they vanished as will all Erup-
tions, Fever Sores, Hoi Is, Ulcers, Carbuncles and Felons, from its use.
Infallible for Cuts, Corns, Hums,
Scalds and Piles. Cure guaranteed.
25c at Canada Drug & Hook Co.
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 the money to pnrchaso
them. If a woman will risk hor
health to get a coveted gem, then let
her fortify herself against the inside-
ous consequences of coughs, colds and
bronchial affections by the regular
use of fir. Ilosehee's (lerman Syrup
It will promptly arrest consumption
in its early stages and heal Unaffected lungs and bronchial tubes
and drive the dread disease from tne
system. It is not a cure-all, but it is
a certain cure for coughs, colds and
all bronchial troubles. You can get
Dr. (1. (1. Green's reliable reniodies at
W. I<\ Teetzel & Co.'s. Get Green's
Special Almanac.
5 to 8 p. m.
Consomme Royal and Oyster
Baked Fillets and Halibut  au  Gratin
Chicken, Egg Sanoe, 50u.
Ox Tongue.Sauce Piquant.
Domestic Duck with Baked Apples,50c
Oyster Patties a la Poulettc
Orange   Fritters   with   Maple Syrup.
Prime Ribs Beef au Jus
Turkey with Cranberry Sauce, 511c,
Loin of Mutton, Mint Sauce.
Olympia Oyster Cocktails
Cracked Crabs.
Steamed and Mashed Potatoes
Green Peas
Sugar Corn.
Fresh Shrimp. Durkee's Dressing.
Green Apple Pie.     Hot Mince Pie
English Plum  I'u.tiling. Brandy Sauce
Fresh Fruits and Cakes, Cheese.
Tea       Coffee
Oysters to Order at Regular Price.
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 LARDO.
J". 0. GWILLJM, B-,  Sc-,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. B C.
Christmas Gifts
It seems a little early to mention   them
but every lady prefers to give her friends
something of
Her Own Handiwork
Our Fall Stock of
Furniture and Carpets
is now complete.
We bny of the Largest Manufacturers and Importers
J. G. BUNYflN & 60.
The Complete House Furnishers.
arid it is high time to select and choose  the  necessary
terial.    We have just received a  very complete  assortment)
of Belding's celebrated Stamped Linen Goods consisting   of
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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 slock.
A lovely lot of articles In Handworked Irish Linen lo select  from.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce I
With Which In Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
The Hudson's Bay Stores
Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in all Cases.
if \ \li
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There is nothing liko Asthmalene. It
brings instant relief, even in tbe worst
eases.   It cures when nil else fails.
The Rev. O. F. WELLS, nf Villa Ridge
111 , says: "Your trial bottle nf Asthma
lone receiveil in good condition. I cannot
toll you bow thankful I feel for tbe good
derived from it. I wns a slave, chained
with putrid sore throat, and asthma for ten
years. I despaired of ever being cured. 1
saw your advertisement for the cure ot
this dreadful and tormenting disease, As
thma, and thought you hud overspoken
yourselves, but resolved to give il n trial.
To my astonishment the trial acted like a
charm.    Send me a full size bottle.
Bov, Dr. Morris Weohsler,
Rabbi of the Ooug. Bnni Israel,
Nkw York, Jan, 3,19(11
Dn. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.,
Gentlemen: Your Asthmalene is nn
excellent remedy for Asthma aud Hay
Fever, and its composition alleviates all
troubles which combine with Asthmn.
Its success is ostonlshlng and wonderful.
After having it carefully analyzed, we can state that Asthmaleno contains
uo opium, morphine, chloroform or ether.    Very truly yours,
Dns. Taft Bros. Medicine (Jo.
Avon Springs, N. Y, Feb. 1, 1001,
Gentlemen : I write this testimonial from a sense of duty, having tested the
wonderful effect of yonr Asthmalene, for the cure of Asthma, My wife has
boen afflcted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 yenrs. Having exhausted
my own skill as well as many others, 1 chanced to soe your sign upon your
windows on 180 th street, New York, I at onoe obtained n bottle of Asthmaleno.
My wife commouced taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed
a radical improvement. After using one bottle hor Asthma has disappeared
and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflroted with this distressing disease.
Yours respeotfnlly, O. D. PHELPS*, M. D.
Dr. Tait Bnos, Medicine Co, Fob. 5, 1001,
Gentlemen : I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remarlics, but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement nud
started with a trial bottle. I found relief at ouce. I have since purchased your
full sized bottle, nnd I am ever grateful. I have a family of four children, and
for six years was unable to work. I am now in the best of health and am doing
business every day. This testimony you can make such use of as yon see. fit.
Homo address, 21)5 Rivington street, 8. RAPHAEL,
07 East 129th St,,New York Oity.
Do not delay.   Write at once, addressing  DR.   TAFr BROS, MEDICINE
CO., 79 East 130th St., N. Y. City.
    Sold by All Druggists.	
will be Given Away with
one pound of No.   i   Coffee
for 50 cents cash.
Paid-up   Capital,   $8,0110,000;    Reserve   Fund,   J3,000,000;
Aggregate   llesources Over $6B,000,000,
HON, GEO. A. COX, President.      B. E. WALKER, General Manager.
London Olflce: 6�� Lombard Street, Ii. C.
New York Office; 16  Exchange Place.
And 68 branchm in Canada and the Jnitod HLaloH, Including]
Atlin Giikknwihid Nklson 8anoon
Fkknik Nanaimo Uossland Viotokia
YUKON DISTRICT���Dawson and Wiiitk Horhk.
UNITED STATICS���New Yokk, San Khancisco, Skattijb, Portland, Hkaowav,
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Itocclvod and Interest Allowed.   Present Rate 8 Per Cent
Nelson Branch.
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
The new Coal City is owned by the Similkameen Valley Coal Company,
Limited; who have placed one thousand lots on tho market at the following
prices: from$50 lo $225, one fourth cash, balance three, six and nine mouths,
without interest.
There is also a small block of the first one hundred thontand shares remain-
to be sold at U5e., Go. a share down, balance in six monthly payments. When
these are sold the shares will be advanced to $1 each by the Company.
The Company's land, including tho townsite of Ashnola, is underlaid with at
least three fine seams of coking, steam and furnace coal. The Company also
own the water rights and at least 25,000,000 feet, of ftno timber. All the above
is owned by tbe ono Company, and every shareholder will participate in tbo
profits accruing from tbe sale of auy of the above mentioned property.
A full force of men are now at work aud will be kept on continually during
tbe year.    For further information apply to.
R. J. STEEL, Official Broker, Nelson, B- C
Or Vedder & Cunningain, Greenwood, B. C.; J. E. Ohufh, Viotoria, B. C.; W
W. Fellows, Sandon, 11. O.; C. E. Douglas, Vancouver, B. 0.
Do Not Buy Elsewhere
Before calling   and   seeing   our   large
assorted stock of
A Carload of Newest .Styles in Iron   and   Brass   Hods.    Seo   our   new   ��
stylos Morris Chairs, Rockers and Upholstered   Hoods. ���
D. McArthur ft Co.
cor. Ward & Baker Sts.
Nelson, ii. c. S
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
*>_j ******** g_v9
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Tnree Porks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Order* by matt to n��w branch will have careful and oroiuot attention.
Watch Our Adv't next week.
Civil Engineer* and Provincial Land
P. 0. Box 145 Nelson, B.C
minim: hkiikkk, notau.
Wlndarmera Mines.  CnrroiipnnilonoBSolloil
N. E. T. CO.
Forty minute service until i i a. m.
and after 7.40 p. m., 20 minutes between,    Leaving H. B. Store  6.45.
ltoKii��l��w>: Stanley s��.
7.00 a m. 7.20 a. m.
7-4�� 8.00
8.20 8.4o
9'���� 9.20
9'4�� 10.00
IO-2��, 10.40
"���OO n.oo
Twenty minutes until 7.40 p. m.   at
the hour, 20 past and 20 to
Bognitown aianlcy Sl
7-4�� P  rn 8.00 p. m.
8-2�� 8.40
9��o g.ao
9-4�� 10,00
10.40  last rats. I0 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 sale in Addition "A"
close to Tramlines. For all infonna-
tion apply at the Company's office
Vernon street. '
Ho sure and get the gennine   BENNETT'S OUTTA PERCHA FUSE.not
something that looks  like   It.    Lawrence Hardware Co., Agents.
COdtNAC, possesses a delicious
COGNAC is mellowed by its great
ago, and is recommended to Con'
noiseurs, and for modicinal purposes.
Agency for full stock at Vietoim
Edinburgh, the largest holders in
the world of Scotch Whiskies.
Whisky is one of the leaders.���
Try it.	
R. P- Rithet & Oo-, Limited
A B GRAY   KMl��ml
P. O. Box 621
Kootenay Street. Next Oddfellows' Ha
P. O. BOX 633. Nelson   Daily Miner, Sunday November 17, 1901
tinuud from First Page.
taking will when votiog on Tuesday
,-l bear- in mind that aside from
J_e electric light question the passs^
. (||C bylaw it means reduction in
Mice of power and further life to ihe
lira Electric Railway in the Koote
Managing Secretary.
Will" ""' I'r'IIK''
.,���,! work* on* Hie I'olil.
,.v.liv��� iirnnin Qolntrro Tabid*; curei a cold
toOtodaV.   No Cure, No 1'ay.   I'rlco 25 cent*
M|ss Queenie McCoy arrived from
H���, Weet last night am! is the guest
of Mrs. Smith, Silica street.
Lovers nf music should not forget
the concert in St. Paul's Presbyterian
0hHI.il lornoirow evening. The pro-
gramnio pioinises a treat of rare
The yard engine which ran off the
track on Wednesday night and smash-
e,l tilings generally has been lepaired
nirain.iiiiil is once more doing duty.
I_e Chinaman who was in the ear
whieh the engine smashed up is also
well again. When the dootor went to
examine li'ra after the ncciticnt to ns-
ceittt'n if any bones were broken be
atrotinonsly objected, being under the
Impulsion that the doctor was goini,'
to stiok a knife into him to feel the
hones, lie begged CO be allowed to
have a Chinese doctor.
The embanking of Cottonwood
ereek above the city to prevent damage being (lone during freshets was
completed yesterday. Last spring
during the high water the creek
washed out its banks in several places
owing lo log jams which accumulated
in thu channel, and besides sweeping
away the Chinese gardens a large portion of the city's iutake pipe was
damaged. It was decided to have tbe
channel eloared of logs and embankments of timber placid where there is
likelihood of damage being done in
the future from a similar oauso. This
work was cnrrled out under the supervision of the city engineer, and all
precautions li��ve been taken that the
city's water supply will be well protected during the next high water.
-o-"D I G4a��?-��-
Superior to Alum Baking
Powders.   Equal to any
otherAnti-Alum Baking
ftowderand costs but
S" half the price.        y
Btruoted under Mr, Armstrong's judicious administration, and se'ond from
tbe main roads, by trials to their respective c.'airns.
The Appropriation Ilns llecn Well
Spent, in East Kootenay.
Cranbrook, Nov. IB.��� Tie llritish
Columbia government has been most
liberal tbis year as compared with the
past in the grant for roads to enable
thu prospectors to reach their several
claims in East Kootenay. Gold Commissioner Armstrong has had the expending of $20,850 for roads nnd
trails in East Kootenay during the
current year.
Under the supcrintendance of Donald Mackay a very great amount of
Work and a vast improvement to the.
roads and trails has been accomplished. (Icod main trails have been made
to Wild Horse creek, up the north
fork of St. Mary's and White Fish
creek, wagon road up Perry erecu and
the St. Mary's river, and in improving existing roads, widening side cu*s
aud reducing grades.
Iletween Jaffray and Elko, Mr.
Mackay made a new trail 1,000 feet
loop; 10 feet wide andput in two new
bridges, He put in one new bridge at
Sand reek and grade at Rook creek and
Kallspol road. This will be good
news for rcxt spring's intending
prospectors. As a matter of fact any
claim or prospect in the East Kootenay district can now be roached
easily  lirBt by tho [main  roads, con-
The Waverley Hotel
Hates $1,00 to $1.50 per dav. First
���lass Meals, 95c. Next door to Opera
House. P. O. ltox 210. Telephone 147.
victoria St., Nelson.
West Transfer Co.
Coal a Wood
Best Fir and Tamarac  Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Office on Baker Street Tel
M, M. Austin, a civil war veteran.
of Winchester, Ind,, writes: "My
wife was sick a long time in spile c f
good doctors' treatment, but was
wholly oured by Dr. King's New Life
Pills, which worked wonders for lv r
health.''      They   always    do.       Try
them.    Onlr   -'nc  at Canada Drug Sc
Hook Co.      "      .
H. & M. BIRD
Mane} tit I.01111 on Improved   Ileal Kutille
Ixl Mai'liraKrs at s per rent.
850 Four roomed house and cellar
and Improved lot on Mill street,
planted with fruit trees
KM) House and lot on Observatory
street, west of Josephine, cash
$'250 balance easy terms
3800 Eight room honso and two corner lots, plumbing complote,elce-
trio light, ifwio ctsh, 8900 in 12
months and assume (11300 loan
28 Seven room house, modern improvements, corner Stanley Street
and Mines Road
10 Six room house, corner of Observatory and Stanley streets
If! Cottage cor Ward and Gore stroots
35 Furnished honsH on Carbonate St
The Rossland of the Lardeau
Full particulars of
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.P.R. offices.
Tenders are invited for the purchase
of the stock in trade of Theo. Madson,
of Nloson, H. C, consisting of Clothing, Hoots and Shoos, Mens' Furnishings, and Chattels and a Tent and
Awning Factory, with Canvas, Tent
Hardware nnd Sowing Machines, etc.
Tenders may be for tbe whole of the
stock iu trade or for any part theieoi,
Tenders may be for Cash or on
Tenders   to   be   In writing and ad
dressed   to   tho undersigned on or be
fore Monday the 35th day   of November, 1001, at 12 noon.
Dated at Nelson, II.C, this 15th day
of November, 1901.
Assignee estate Theo. Madson.
Macdonall & Johnson, Solicitors
for Assignee.
Will be here in only five weeks.   Take advantage
now of the abundant selection we offer in new,
handsome goods, useful and ornamental.    Just
what your friends will be pleased to receeive.
STERLING SILVER���Always rich, chaste in design
and in good form.   Wc have an immense stock.
CUT GLASS���Nothing more refined and suitable for
presents than these sparkling crystals. We
have an excellent selection.
TOILET GOODS���In Ebony, Leather, Sterling and
Oxidised Silver; for ladies and gentlemen; useful
and always appreciated.
These are a few leaders.    From year's  end  to year's  end   we  have  always  the   largest
and best selected stock in (he Kootenays of
Watches, Clocks, Rare and Precious Stones,  Fancy
Lamps, Fancy China, Patriotic and Souvenir Goods,
Jewelry and Everything in the Jewelry Line.
Watch Repairing a Specialty
The Jeweler.
Doctors Said They Could Onlv Gi'0 Him Tom-
I'orary Uollof. Clarke's Kola Compound
Cured Permanently.
��������'' m|,'.U- Ea<l. Krtmloops, B. 0��� wrltoa:
Kiiii,. ,, y'"vo V.oaw lliavoalmosl, constantly
i�����S,lr,ro,,llwlhniaRnd dlflloult. breathing,
liiia .���."i'"""���� on remedies and doctors. At
an,I!ra?t?t8a,��ln>taM H��l some tompor-
K 1 ���batw.�� 'M always bo troubled. When
��*.   _t Olarko's  Kola Compound  I
fabSiTml.""^ bottl�� dU n:>t ro"����� mn
tHi v .. a'l��r takini? fo ir bottlos I was corn-
armPSLS .! J ca" now hroatho as Trooly as
1dm ��"O^'hrna does not troublo mo in tho
l��v��. ,u,���' Kola Compound not only re-
hvari.iV. P��.r""">ontiy euros asthma. Sold
Hi   1 l���TWan? ar tho Griffiths & Maopliorson
1 *Or salo by J. R Vanstone Nclwm. B. O.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
Prom St. John, N. B.
Allan Line Parisian Nov. ��)
Allan Lino Ntiimdiun Nov. JO
These steamers sail from Halifax ono day
From Portland, Mo.
Domi ilon Lino Dominion Nov. 23
Dominion Line Carnbronian Nov. .SJ
From Now York
Whlto Star Lino Coltio Kov\25
Whito Star Lino Ucrmania 1J,0V,,^1
Whito Star Lino Majostio .Doc. 4
Canard Lino Blmrln Nov. 23
I!unard Lino Campania Nov. WJ
Cunard Lino  Umbrla, Deo.   7
Amorlcan Lino lliivcrford  Nov. 27
American Line Philadelphia .Deo.   4
Anchor Lino Astoria. Nov. JO
French Lino L'Aiiuitalno Nov. 28
From Boston
Cunard Lino Baxonln....... ������ J'oc J
Dominion Lino New England Deo, 4
For further information raa.ttding N. O.
Lloyd Hamburg-Amorioan, Holland-American
linos and for rales, reservation of berths, oto.
Apply to
Gen. Agont, Winnipeg, Man.
J. 8. CABTBR, D. P. A.. Nolson
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.
You can put in your coal and then light the fire
from the lop. 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
obtained in all oountries
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We are showing tbis season a frill
line of these goods nnd Bolicit your
esteemed patronnge.
Lawrence Hardware
AdvortlKomotirx In.wrted under this head at
tho rate of ono coni, a word por insorriou. No
advertisement takon for low than 25 contx.
Situation Wantod odvortlxomcnlti Imrrinl
tliroo times fruo o{ charge.
KdH KENT.���Comfortable   warm furnished     rooms,   cheap.      Apply   X
Miner Olliee.
UOUSK   to rent   on Vernon     street.
Apply Captain T. .1. Duncan.
BTJHNISBD      BOOMS.���Apply      on
Si lien,     NiM'iinil   door   west     Ward
ROOMS and HOARD.���Every convenience;   south east   corner of   Carbo-
uate nnd Josephine street.
BOOMS T() KENT.���K. VV. C. Block-
Two rooms on suite on Ward st.,
also rooms facing the west. On September 1, two sirglO rooms and two
or three en i.u.to facing rlaUur st.
Furnished or unfurnished. Mrs. If,
J, So,n.re, Room 41, K.   W. C. Block.
WANTED. ���A nurse girl. Apply Mrs.
Thobnrn Allen,   West End,  Viotoria
WANTED. ��� Men   and women wanted
to  work   at   home.     Good   wages.
Write   lllasgow     Woollen     company,
Dept. C.. Toronto.
YOUNG Man wants   situation,   olliee
work, timekeeper or   any   position
of trust.    Apply L.   fj.,    Miner Olliee.
EMPLOYMENT.���All kinds of help
wanted���Orders for help receive
prompt attention. B. Purdy, Employment agent. Phono 14. I1 O. Box,
MEN WANTED���Ou     Crow's       Nest
Southern   By.     Good   wages,   long
job   Headquarters, Elko,   II.   C.     A.
Guthrie .v. Co.
NELSON  Employment Agency.  Baker
street.    Phone 378.   J. 11. Love.
WANTED���Cook,   Und   Cook,  Dishwasher, Laundress
Offices now occupied by B, M. Mac-
tonald i possession Dc. 1st.
7-room     house,      modern    convenience, $32.
liroom      house,    modern     conveniences. 113.SO.
.���room bouse, water only, 811.
Two lots, Observatory st, sir.n.
fi-rooru house, uarlionnto Bt.    SI.(HID
7 room bouse,  Carbonate st,    $3,100.
P. L. S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
Mineral ��l��li��>�� and mines suiveyed.
Will pay the highest cash price for all
kinds ol second hand goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
ueedle. Furniture, stoves, oaiperta,
-coking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike. Box 800. Ball
Street, Nelson,  B. C.
DJ. ROBERTSON & CO.���Next door )o
���   lliunuw  Post OHIot) liuiMliiK, Vuruou
til., Nolson.    Ivi.  'phouu 'tri. Ni.rlit   [.'mm'  &)7.
J-^l    N, M. Cummins, LeHhuu���Kvury known
variety uf nfi drinks.  V o Mux u& Tuiuiibon
No. 31. Ilmni'r BLrenti NuIhou.   Jiut 11. .r. uf Die
I tint   .St. Loon   lltil .SnrinK* Mini-nil Wuter
C1ANK 8c MAt'iMtN AI.D (H. Cano, Jame
/ A. .\i;tc(j(iu;iiii) ai.'IuIi'.'Lh und r-uj.criii
i' uilfiii���., Jirukon Hill lllock, uornur iitilu-i aud
Ward tttreebi* Nul>��uii
A MACDONALD 8c Co.-Cornor Fron
��� and Dull htruotb���Wholenalo ^rocor
uud jobbern iu blankuU, glovOM, initlM, boots
rubbui-H, luackinawh aud miucrri' Muudriea*
1_>   BURNS 8c Co.���Baker tftroot, Nolwn���
. ���   Wbulu^alo dualoru in froub a d curod
meals.   Cold Storage*
liakur Street, Nelson���Wholesale dea
oi-u iu fn-ii and curud rnuaU.
f  AWitENCE   HAKDWAUK   CO - Bake
J J     Hl,rci;l,     NolHUU ���  W 'liuic  .fir     (1 CJiilil H    in
li:irdwaru, uiluoi-h' supuliuH,  Hporling goods
VI "LACHLAN Bltoa. (Huccejwore lo Van
1YX   uouvur Hardware Co. l.id.i linker HirooO.
Nrl;-Dii    u lidlt-.-iih'   driller-   in   li.inlwuru and
niining nupplioH, plumbers' and UuuuiitbV sop
painLri, oils and kIohh; uiocbanioH'  toolH
AffOnts foi Oniario Powder Works; lrnamiLo
rpURNER, BKETON &Oo.-Oorner Voruou
X and Jor-ophiui) SLruol-, Nulrion���Whole
Halo doalurH in liquurn, cigars, and dry goods
akchIh for Pabst Brewing Co, ot Milwaukoe
and Calgary Brewing Co of (Jul^-try.
UPSON'S HAY Co.-Wholesale grooerie:
and li'iuui- etd, iiaktir Htruut, Nolrtun.
Olllco comur Hall and FronL Hlroots
Nulrion���Lumbor, coiling, llooring, and ovory
LbiiiK in wood for buildiiiK uurpOriOH. Oot out
prioes.  Oorrespondenoo solloited*
rii GALLON *, CO.���Doaler. in oro wicks
_. un.! Iwlru'K. AlwiiyH a larvo sUK-k on
hand. Telephone 899. Boom 11, K.W.O Block
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
& CO.
j   Cigars...
X Phone 117
OARS.-MEAliS a la 0ARTE.
Clone connuction Eiwt and WeHt-
IxiiiikI nt Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Fulls and Northern Railway,
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:15 i.m
Leaves Spokane daily tor 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 point?
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Iiiilulh with
tbemagnificentsteamships North-Went
and North-Land of theNorthern Steam
ship Company Line, operated in con
nection with the Ureat Northern Railway.
For further information, aps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls A Northern Ry., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Rooter ai Railway & Navigation
Oo , or to
City Pass, and Tkt Agt, W 7ol  VV,
KiverBide Ave., Spokane, Wafih.
Q. K. TACKAUURY, Local Agent,
Nelsou. Ii C
CARS : : :
in  addition   to  usual  equipment   on
Crows' Nest Section-
Leave  Kootenay  Landing
Tuesday and  Friday   for   St
Paul via Soo Line.
Friday only for Toronto,
Montreal and Boston and intermediate points on direct
For Ix-rths, timetables, rales and full
information apply to.
H. L. Brown,
Oity Passenger Agent
J. S. Oabtkb,
His. Pass. Agt
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A. O. P. A.
I Nelson Daily Miner Sun jay, November 17,  19��T
We dwlre to inform
Uit- publio thui we
im vi! taken ovor the
bunim-HH of
which will in the future be earned
on under ihe nt_ lu of
Wo ask for the BOPporl nf the residents of
Nelson nnd the Kootonay Country.  ,      , ,
Our premises nre boing enlarged ana Improved lu meet the ever growing trade of tho
Tho stock of Books, Olllee Supplies, Station
cry nnil Kaii'-y Qooda will be increased and nf
lured at prices which will make It worth your
Whilolotlulll with us.
MONDAY, flOV. 18
Auditorium Stock Co.
"La 'Belle Marie-"
The city workmen are employed
grading for a sidowalk on Mill .street
from Cedar to lleuilryx.
Tlie Kaslo yesterday brought In
throe ears of Rambler Oaiiboo ere
lrom Kaslo for the Belby smolter.
W. Murphy reports  having made  n
rich strike of free milling gold ore on
his claim the Golden Crown on Forty-1
Nine creek.
Several sales of bind on the Nelsr.ri-
Granite wagon road, in the section
belonging to the 0. P. B. have been
made recently.
Ihe meeting of the hockey elub
whioh was to have been held on Friday Dlght was postponed until Monday. Nov. 18th,at the Queen's hotel.
The steamer Nelson took a large
amount of freight up for tlio Lardo
last evening among whieh were three
car-loads of oats and Hour, the remainder being sundries.
At the Silver King mine the snow
is now a foot and a half deep and appears lo have come to stay. In the
Slocan country it is very deep and
nt snine ol-Tlic mines rawhldiog has
Jm shipment   of iresli clams was re-
���       Reived   at   "The   Otlice"   on   Friday
.^nil/lit and the patrons can   now   have
t    fresh   steamed  clams and olam nectar
every   day;   also   Tom   and Jerry   to
keep the cold out.
The Miner was misinformed yesterday as to the particulars of the hunl-
Ing trip of R. E. Fislibiirn and party.
They were up (loot Creek, and it was
niioiiicr kind of head they Secured,
not caribou heads.
The Epworth League of Ihe Methodist church will bold its usual
monthly literary meeting on Tuesday
evening; next. An excellent programme
is promised including an address on
the l'an-Ainerican exhibition.
At the morning service in St.. Paul's
Presbyterian church today the anthem
will be, My Soul Longeth, (Marston.)
Which contains a soprano solo part
which Mrs Parry will take. At the
. evening service the quartette will sing
Abide With Me (Hornby) and Miss
Qneenle McCoy will sing a solo.
Yesterday a carload of vehicles and
horses arrived in Nelson for the Rossland Warehouse St, Transfer company
which is opening a branch here. A,
It. Anderson will be in charge, The
company will make a special feature
of handling baggage, and will sell
hard and soft coal as well.
Tho City dynamo which bad been
sent to Bpckane to be rewound, has
arrived back and was installed again
on Thursday. It woiks well and on
Friday night all the city lights were
supplied with energy generated by
the city's own dynamos. No power
from tho Kootenay Power company
ivas used.
This evening nt Emmanuel church,
Rev. Wm. Monroe will preach a
special sermon to young people. The
subject of the sermon will bo A Chip
of the Old llloc.k. There will lie a
short song service, an anthem by the
ehoii, (lod Be With You. nnil a male
i|uartette, When the Weary Seeking
Bert, by tbe Emmanuel Male
Quartette. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone.
Corpoiation of the City of
BY-LAW   NO.   101
A Ity-Law In lie tin id lo PurelmsiiiK Certain
Power from Hie ITful KootVnti}' Power
ami Light Com pun).
MISS   RUBY   MIGUEL,    Leading   Latty
Auditorium stock _, Co,.;
PRIGES :   25 & 50 GENTS,
Saturday Matinee.    Seats  on   sale
at McDonald's, Nov. 13th
Tho Municipal Council of the Corporation of
the Oity of Kelson In Council Mseinbled enaote
aa follows:
1, Subject to the terroe, conditions and pro-
vision* hereinafteroontaioed, it Is agreed that
the Corporation shall take and tha Oompany
Bhall supply electric power at tho substation cf
the Company in tho City of Kelson tor the
power and Lighting purpOBOSOf Ihu Corporation.
2. The quantity of power to be taken by the
Corporation from the company will not bu less
than 100 horso power, Buch horse power to be
delivered at a pressure of 2200 volte*
3, Tho Company will supply all the regulit-
Lng apparatus uitaclrsubaUiaon for regulating
the power necessary for properly operating in-
canaesoenl light*.
4. The Company shall supply power from 100
horse power to 1A0 horsepower if required by
the Corporation at tho same rate as neroluafler
agreed upon, without further notice Tho ox-
oess of power over LOO horse powor to bo
on irged for according to the horse powor used.
incase ('f the Corporation requiring further
power tlie Compnny will agree to supply  the
same upon 80 qui notice upon the following
basis! In CftM lfiO U)200 horse power is required
by tha Corp ration, the company will agroe to
supply tho same up to 2imi ho^so power an ro-
qulrou charging for a minimum of 160 hwve
powor and for tbo oxoess of horse power over
IfiO according to tbo home powor used. In case
200 to 850 horso powor Ih required by tho Corporation tho Company will agrOO U) supply tlic
���amo. charging for a minimum of 200 horse
power ami from Unit up toU^) horse power uecor-
iUng to the horse powor used. In CrOfle 800 to 850
horse power i-i required by tho Corporation the
Company will agree to supply tho same charg*
Ing for s> minimn of 800 horse power and from
ihat up to 860 horse power according to tho
horse power used in ease 860 to J00 borne
power is roquir u by the Corporation tho Company will agree-to supply the same charging
for 11 minimum ofBMhor 0 power and from that
up to 400 horse power according to tbo horse
power used. Incaso400 to 460 horse power is
required by the Corporation, thu Company will
agree to supply the same charging for a minimum of 400 horse power and from that up to
160 horso powor aooordirg to tbo horse power
used. In ease 450 to 600 hor-e powor in required by the Corporation, the Company will
agree to supply the same, charging for a mini-
mum Of 460 horse power and from that up to
600 horse power according to the horso power
used. It being tho intention th��t tho Company
will always keep in reserve 50 horse p >wer
over and above tlio minimum stated by tho
Corporation to be required, and hhall charge
for the said 50 horse powor according only to
tho hoise power usod,
Anil it iB understood that the highest mini
mum load fur any month during the contract
hereunder shall be the minimum load for each
Having tbo Louger.t Staying Powers
J It is a good tiling to know liow to
Belecl luod that will so thoroughly
feeil anil nourish the body that there
ih no indication of bnngeror faintiiess
from one meal to another. Grape Nuts
Kood will carry the user longer, prcih-
��hly, than an other food Known. A
young lady attending business college
writes from Atlanta, Oa., saying,
"Befoie   I  began using Grape-Huts ]
(rot so hungry before the dinner hour
tbnt I wa.s faint and almost sink, nut
Since I have (irape-Nnts Food for
breakfast 1 study harder and wait
longer for my dinner without experiencing any of the former tronlile.
One great advantage is that it requires no cooking or preparation. I
wish everyone knew of tbe value of
Grape-Nuts Food for eliiloren in
/school."   I. l'arkhurst.    . .. _,^_, j
The   Queen   Studio
picture frames.
is giving away
There will be the usual services at
the Methodist church today conducted by the pastor.
The Nelson Educational Socialistic
e'.uh held a social at the residence of
.louiis Coxhead on Friday evening, at
which between 30 and 40 members of
tin- elub were present, a pleassnt
evening being spent.
Firewood is being rushed into the
city from all points at present, the
object Iming to get it in to the yards
before the snow comes. Considerable
more coal in proportion to wood is
being used this year over last.
The ladios of the W. C. T. U. will
mcot in the llaptist church parlors on
Monday alternoon at 3 o'clock. The
meeting wiileh will ho of special
interest to mothers will bo oondueted
by Mrs. (Hov.) .1. B.  Morgan.
Nothing definite has been done
toward the establishment of a V. M.
tl. A., although the general plans for
the organization have been drawn up,
and the committee haviin; the mutter
ill charge is preparing estimates of
the probable coHt of the proposed
P. Chapman, manager of the Nelson
branoh of A. Macdonald & Co., and
A. Macdonald, head of the firm,
aniveeil fiom the coast last
evening. Mr. Macdonald will remain
in Nelson for a short time and will
probably lake in the meeting of the
retailaud wholesale grocers.
Ni-lson curlers are endeavoring to
secure for this city the annual bonspiel of the Kootenay Curling Association tor this winter, and it is ,said
that the prospects of their success arc
good, T. S. Uilmour secretary of the
association, passed through Nelson
yesterday on his way to Lardo on a
business trip anil the matter was discussed with him unofficially. The
Rowland club, which is second in
membership in the association, has
not organized yet for the winter so
that a meeting of tho association will
not be held for n few  dnys.
Robert Hodge, barrister of Bou-
Iniid, wan in the city yesterday.
n. V-. Dixon  arrived here yesterday
from Kllcci, en route for Spokane.
\v. J. Henry aimed here yesterday
from Rossland   for tlio purpose of tuk-
Ing a position with Ituuyuu ��fc Co.
D. D. Twohey of Twohoy Bros.,
Anaconda, who havo a contract on the
Crow'n Nest. Southern railway, is in
tlio city.
Geo. W. MaFarland, contractor for
tlm additions being erected to the
Ymir Mines buildings, was in town
Mis. Melville Parry returned from
Sandon yesterday, having sung io n
very successful concert given there
Friday rvnniDg.
John Houltbee, police magistrate of
Rossland, wns in the city yesterday
on legal bUB.nflM, returning homo ou
the evening train.
Andy ti. Anderson Arrived here
from Rossland last evening for tho
purpose of taking charge of an express
ami coal businoj-s whioh is being
osttabllsbed in this city.
B. R. Woakca left yesterday via tho
Orow's Nest routo and will sail on
the Ktruria for Liverpool. fie goes
on business for tho (lranitc nnd
Duncan mine* and expects to return
about the middle of January.
of tho ensuing inoi.Ihri during tlio rontract. un-
lem tlic minimum is increased by tlio Corporation,
fl. Calculation* nf the qimn t ity of powor UBQd
by thoUorporabton aro to be based upon tho daily
average peak load, such peak load to bo arrived at by taking voit-iimpero readings, and
ihe oaloma'lons made from such readings,
such readings shall bo taken after tho power
ban panned through tho regulators.
(j. Tho Corporation will pay to the Company monthly on the 20th day of each month
for tho power used (not being lens than UO
hone power) during the preceding month nt
tho following rate: For all borne powor up to
B00 hnrso power at'ho rate of $;j.7oper horso
powor por mouth; and for all horse power In
excess of 3uo horse powor at the rate of 93,831
per horse power per month.
7. Tho power supplied by tho Company shall
ho continuous an roqulrou during the whole
twenty-four bourn nf each day.
8. If by reason of any accident or any cause
whatsoever over which the Company shall have
no control, a stoppage in tho supply of power
hhall at any time occur, the Corporation shall
he allowed a rebate from tho price in tho
agreement, provided, proportionate to the actual time of the said stoppage.
���X The duration of the agreement hereunder
shall bo for the period of ono yea" from tho
date the Oompany shall commence tho dell very
of power to the Corporation* whioh date shall
not be later than December 1st, 1001.
If). In the event, of any dispute or rllfreronco
nri ing between the Company and the Corporation in regard to I lie construction to he placed
on Ibis liy-law or tho contract to ho executed
embodying the provisions hereof, or the ad-
DUnlBtrauon thereof, or any details of business
between the Corp. ration and the Company in
respect i hereof, \ lie same shall be referred to
the arbitration of three arbitrators, ore to
be chosen by the Company and one by the Corporation and those two arbitrators so selected
hhall select n third, and any decision upon tho
point or point.- armod at by the majority of
BUOh arbitrators Shall be final and binding upon both the (-orporation and oompany. Such
nbrltration otherwise shall be governed by the
provisions of tho Arbitration Aot, being Chapter;) of the Itevi.-i'd EtyatUtesotBritish Columbia, an 1 any amendment thereto now or hereafter made.
11, A cohtratt embodying the provisions
hereof and covenants on tnO pa't nf the Company to conform to and J'uliil all matters and
provisions hereby n quired of it, shall bo
drawn and shall UO executed by the Corporation anil Ibe Cempany within one month after
tho date on whioh this by-law shall take effect.
12, it Is understood that nothing In this by
law contained shall be construed as conferring
upon the Company any right or privilege to
generate or distribute or dispose of electric
light, or electric power within the limits of tho
City of Nelson except to tho Corporation.
13, In this by-laW tho expression "The Corporation" wherever us id Bhall refer to and
mean the Corpotatlon of the (ity of Nelson,
and the expression "Tho Company" wherever
used shall refer to and mean the west, Kootenay Power k Light Company, Limited, its sue
OOSSOrs and assigns.
U. This by-law shall lake effect and be in
force on and after the 26th  day of Nuvemner,
\5.   This by-law may be cited as "The Tower
By-Law No. 101.
Oono and passed in Council assembled this
day of 1001.
TAKK NOTICK that I he above is a true copy
of the proposed bylaw upon which the vote of
the Municipality will bo takon on Tuesday the
liith day of November instant between tho
hours of eight o'clock A.M. and t o'clock I'.M.
for the Raat Ward at the City Police Court on
the east side of Josephine Street and for the
West Ward at tho office of Waul Brothers on
the north side of Bakor street botwoon -Stanley
and Kootenay streets in tho City of Nelson.
Clerk of tho Council.
Nelson, B.C.,
November flth, 1001.
Corporation of the Oity of
Public Notice is hereby given that tbo vote
of the electors of tho municipality of tho city
of Nolson wili bo taken on By-Law No, 10L "A
By-I^iw in regard to pun-basing certain powor
from the West Knoteimy Power & Light Company" on Tuesday, the 10th day of November
Instant between tbo hours of 8 o'clock a.m. ami
t o'clock p. in.
For tho Kast Ward at tho City Police Court
00 Josophino Streot and for tho West. Wan!
at tbe olllee of Ward Brothers, on tbo north
side of Bakor Street, between Stanley and
Kootenay Streets in the ('ity of Nelson.
"Any male or fnnale being of tbo full age of
twenty one years who is Hie nSBOSSOd owner of
land or or real property within the municipality shall havo a vote cither continuing
or negativing the said By-law in eaoh warn in
widen In; or she may bo assessed for land   or
real property*"
Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 8th day of No-
viiiniMir.illUl. JiK>8TRA0HAN.
Returning Olllcer
anil tar �� bot.Uo. R down, or a bnrrol of
OALGARY BEER M 11 1�� the bent nnd
iilii'upOHt, on Ihu rnnrkot. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIQARS.
Telephone 83 Bakor SU, Nctaon
.WING to the mild weather, Ready-to-Wear Garments have not sold as freely as  we expected,  and
our stock is much too large.    It must be reduced.    Here's the way!    For the next 15 days we will
place on sale  our entire stock of Tailof Made SuitS, Jackets,  CapeS,  SklftS,  BIOUSCS,  llHler-
SkiflS and Wrappers, at prices in many  instances less than the cost of production.     Take  advantage of
this clearing sale and you will secure the biggest bargains on the market anywhere.
Blouse Bargins.
Tucked and Corded Blouses
having the Bishop sleeves,
made from French flannel, cashmere; corduroy velvet, satine
and mercerized effects. All this
season's styles. The 2..00 quality to go at $1.25
Regular 2.50 quality to go
a�� 2.00
The 3.00 French Flannel
Blouses; sale price 2.25
3.25 Satana Blouses reduced
to 2.50
The 3.75 Twill Mercerized
Blouses: clearing at 2.75
4.00 Cashmere Blouses, while
they last 3.00
Capes Must Go.
Ladies Black Capes made of
heavy freeze cloth, 27 inches
long and having storm collar.
Regular 5.00, sale price..$3.25
Ladies Black Beaver Cloth
Capes 27 inches long, made with
pleated back and trimmed
with silk braid, roll collar. The
7.00 quality, sale price... .5.00
Ladies Broadcloth Capes 30
inches long, pleated back,
strapped seams and appliqucd,
roll collar. Regular 15.00, sale
price 11.00
Ladies Plaid and Golf Capes
at special reduced prices.
Fur Lined Capes made of silk
and wool brocaded cloth and
lined with grey squirrel, sable
collar and sable rimming, 30 inches long. Regular 60.00, sale
price 48.00
Children's Garments.
Eiderdown Cloaks, Cashmere
Cloaks, Woolen Hoods, Knitted Jackets for Infants, Woolen
Caps: to go at from 10% to 50%
off regular prices.
The balance of our stock of
Pattern Hats and ready-to-wear
Hats will be sold at half-price.
Special values in Children's
Trimmed Headwear.
Snaps in Tailor Made Suits
You'll find Broadcloths, Cheviots,
Serges,. Venetians, Pebble Cloths and
other fashionable materials in the collection���made up in the newest styles���
many of which have silk lined Jackets.
$8.00 Suits will be
sold for	
The 12.50 Suits marked
down to	
Regular 20.00 Tailor Mades
sale price	
$ 3.50
The 25.00 lines to go at, 1 Q LZf\
Regular 30.00 Suits marked
down to	
35.00 Suits will be
sold for	
���_t _-��� >3le- _&-
Sable Ruffs, Sable Collarettes
Sable Caperines, Electric Seal
Collarettes. Your choice of our
stock at special reduced  prices.
Ladies' Jackets made of Kersey Cloth,
colors fawn and black, having reveres,
silk stitched, double breasted, lined
with silk. Regular 7.00, (hi "7_~
now on sale at >4)>J*/ O
Jackets make of Beaver Cloth, colors
fawn, black and brown, having reveres,
double breasted, pearl buttons, lined
throughout with satana, silk stitching.
Regular 8.00 and 9.00, now    <��t~ C\f\
Jackets made of superior quality Melton
double breasted, reveres silk stitched,
pearl buttons, lined throughout with
serge silk. Your choice of <�� Q CiCi
the 12.00 line for 4>OA/U
Special Values in Blankets,
Comforters, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Waterproof Coats
for Women and Children.
Ward and Baker Streets,
Underskirt Values.
Silk and Satin Underskirts
made with corded flounce and
lined throughout with flannel;
special for winter wear. Regular prices 10.00, 12.00, 13.00,
all at one price, each $5.50
Underskirts made from mercerized satine in black and colors, having corded flounce and
Regular 2.00 Skirt to go at 1.25
"       2.75     "     "    "    1.85
"      4.00     "     "    "    2.75
One lot of Fancy Cotton and
Moreen Skirts, regular 2.00,
2.50 and 3.00; all at one price,
each 1.00
Wrappers made of heavy flannelette in fancy patterns, fast
colois, front and back yoke, fitted waist lining. Regular 1.50
sale price 1.00
Wrappers made of wrapper-
ette in light and dark patterns,
fast colors, trimmed with ruffles
and braid, pleated back, full
skirt, fitted waist lining. Regular 2.50, sale price 1.75
House Gowns made of outing
flannel, fast colors of cardinal,
green, blue, hclio, satana reveres braid trimmed, Bishop
sleeves, skirt having flounce and
very full, fitted waist lining.
Regular 3.00, sale price...2.15
Dress Skirts.
Ladies Dress Skirts made of
all wool serge, colors black and
navy,   lined   throughout   with
percaline, binding of velveteen.
Regular 6.50, sale price;. .3.75
Ladies Dress Skirts made of
black worsted and mattilissc
cloth, having inverted pleated
back, lined with percaline and
velveteen binding. Regular
5.00 and 7.00, sale price, your
choice ; 4.00
Ladies Black Lustre Skirts
made with inverted pleated back,
lined with percaline and velveteen binding. Regular 4.00,
sale price 2.50
"Ube IRoyal Bank of Canafra
Incorporated 1869.
Capital Autbnrlied,
��3,0M,*M.M I Capital ralil-ap,
Board of Dlrertorn    Thomas K. Kenny, ProHidont;  Thomas Kltoble. Vloa-1'roslilont,
WUoy Hmilri:   IL G. Bauld, Hon. David HaoKeen.
Bead Olllee. Halifax >
General Manager, Kilson b. l'eaan, Montreal,
Bapertnbendent of Branohee, and SocroUry, W. B. Torrance, Halltair.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Novn   Reotla-IIalllaT
Rranrhen t
Branoh,   Antlgonll
IliiilKowiLlor, Uiiyxboro. Londonderry, Lo
onburu. MaiUanil (HanUi Co.), Hlotou, Port
Hawkodbury, Sydney. Shnbonaeadle.Tmro,
New Brunnwlek ��� Bathnrnt, Dorchester,
Froduricton, KlnffHton (Ront Co.l, Mono-
ton, NowcoHtlo, Sackville. HI, John.WoodHtock'
Quebee���Montreal, (City Ofllcn), Montreo
Went Knd ICor. Noti-e Diune and Bel���-
neurs BtrootH); Wenl nionit, jCor. Qreenr
Avenue and Bt. Catharines Street},
Newfoundland���St. John's.
< al,��, west Indies���Havana.
United Htatea���Now York (16 KxohatiRe Place
P. B. Inland���Charlottetiown, Suniuiersldo.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,
Vancouver East End, Victoria.
Cemannndenti i
Canada���Merchants Bank of Canada, ���������tan���National Shawmnt Bank, Chicago��� llllnoti-
Tnml and Savings Bank. San FranUtM���First National Bank. London, Knit. - 11-mk ol
Scotland. Parln, Pranee���Credit Lyonnala. Bermuda -Hank of Bririrrrnla. < lilna nnd Japan��� Houk Kong and Shanghai BanUnR Corporation.   Spokane���Old National Bank.
Cleneinl Banking Business Transacted; Sterling BUI. of Kxcliange   Baueh
and Sold, Utters ot 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.<3.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.  O.   TRAVES.  Manage*.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nelson.
��tders bV mail r<*eive careful and prompt attention
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Helena  P. O
If there is anything you requira.ask
Tor  it  In  ^ ��olnmn of the Miner.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto, ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage'
pplyfe ���"'
Apply to O. Ii. LENNOX. Bsk�� 8��.
You should'nt send out of town lor
cards for yourself or your huBuano
until you see what The Miner can oo
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