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 Daily Edition No.  1202
Proviiicui Library
N��xson,   British  Columbia, Wednesday,   November 27.  1901
s31oo	
Eleventh   Year
AGREEMENT
NOT REACHED
Wholesale and  Retail  Grocers Discuss Their
Grievances.
Prospects of Amicable Agreement Are Far Away
as Ever,
Al tin' meeting of the retail and
wholesale grocers which was held last
evening those present of tho two associations were, C. Morrison, J. Irving,
J 1;. MuEwen, T. H. Wilson, G.
iicll, 1'. ���'��� Soanlan, .1. (lallagher of
tin- Nelson retailers; H. (leigeiioh, S.
II. (Ireen, Kaslo, nnd S. DesBrisay,
Ymir. The whoesaleis were represented by Messrs. P. Chapman, man-
agor for A. Mllcdonald and Co., and
R. Itnbeilson, of J. Y. Griflln, and
Co.
The meeting lasted several hours
anil a good ileal of disenssion was indulged in hut praoticall/ no progress
wns made, neither sido manifesting a
pive ami take .spiiit. The retailers
were evidently annoyed at the small
representation of the wholesalers, and
the fact that tho latter had not come
prepared to deline any settled platform.
In opening the meeting President
MePliorson, of the retailers, spoke of
'lie last meeting and how the position
ol the retailers had been defined and
siiil ho hoped that the wholesalers
were piepared to state th ir position
in tho matter.
1'. rii.-ipiiiiiii said he had given the
platform as laid down by the retailers
every consideration. lt was not a
matter, he thought that the wholesalers as nn association could deal
with, lint individually, speaking for
A. Macdonald and Co., he could not
accept the pliitform laid down by thc
retailers.
Q, Hell stilted that the matter oould
never he settled individually. It was
11 matter entirely between the retail
anil the wholesale grocery trade, and
the agreeing of any individual firms
would not alfect the question as a
whole.
Mr. Champan���I am not here to
speak for any one but our own firm
lint I would ask, can any of the gentlemen present show where A.. Mac-
ilonald and Co., arc not treating tho
retailors fairly? Thc whole question
should he looked at and judged by the
spiiit in which business is conduoted.
A long discussion followed as to
how much a wholesaler might sell to a
mine or mill without infringing on
tlie rights of thc retailer.
Mr, Robertson rose to make exception to the stntement of one of the retailers thnt the wholesalers were seeking retail trade, "We have never encroached on it, and we absolutely refuse to sell to boarding houses or
hotels. 1 do not believe in a whole-
Nder selling to n mine or mill where
less than from do to 75 mon are em-
Ployed, When over thnt number is
employed I think they are entitled to
ileal with wholesalers direct.
Mr, Porguson was culled upon for
Ins views on the mutter. Ho Bcorcd
"io retailors for their action in Issuing;
Hie circular letter that thoy did to the
'wile, although he did not think it
Would havo nny great effect, as to the
grunting ol the concessions  asked for.
���'. Irving Huid that it teemed a pity
lll��l nn understanding could not be
���wived at. Ho knew of the friction
Wilting between the two brauehes of
ll��> grooory trade in the city and was
terry fm- it. Personally he believed
In lionio t,mte ������_ _0_g),t anything
he could in town. He thought If the
wholesalers could draft some kind of
1 platform and say what classes of
jroile they regarded as legitimately
'"'""King to them it should not be
Uiaioiilt to come to an understanding.
AU should be anxious to have Nelson
hecomo the wholesale centre that her
Position entitled her to be, but under
���' circumstances he did not think
"".Vising could bo accomplished at
'hat meeting.
Mr. Rooertson snid it was unfortu-
��Mo more of the wholesales had not
���"���tended, He wns afraid it would be
Impossible 'o got a basis of agreement, the gontlemen present ropte
"'���nleil   only   a   section   of tho   retail
iiiie of the Kootenays. During the
lM Wl'��l' l>e had spoken  with a num-
INSPECTION OF CATTLE.
Secretary Wilson Objects to Canada
Appointing a Ilritisher.
Washington, Nov. 'Hi.���At a cabi
net mooting todny Secretary Wilson
talked to the cabinet for a short time
about what ho regards as the failure
of the Canadians to keep an agreement with the United States as to
the bringing of cattle to Canada and
this oountry from Great llrltnin, Scotland and Ireland. This agreement
mnde a number of years ago provided
that an American and a Canadian m-
pector of cattle should be kept in
Ureal Britain to inspeot cattle coming
to Canada destined for Canada or the
United States. This was to guard
ngniust getting disease into this
country. The information Secretary
Wilson has Is thnt the Canadians
have withdrawn their inspector nnd
permits the Inspection to be made by
a citizen of Great liritain who may bo
competent but who does not have the
same interests that a Canadian would
have in the examination of cattle.
PRENTICE BUYS STOCK.
Not
Ro
ll.
Hound For London and Will
turn Till March.
(SPECIAL TO TUB MIHIMl.)
Victoria, Nov. 20.���Hon J.
Prentice yesterday plnscd an order in
Ontario for three tralnlnnds of young
stockers for his Lillooet ranch
through Mr. Iladwen, secretary of the
Dairymen's association now in Ontario, to ooraprlno 1,!>0() animnls, tho
first train load htnrts In a fortnight.
Mr. Prenlico goes to England I cxt
month and is not expected bnck until
the houre meots In March.
Thn body of .John Stephens,a miner,
who has boon missing for some time,
was found last night In the Gorge
with a ballet hole In his head.
n case of suicide.
lt is
STBIKE AT ALEXANDRA.
Union Miners Protest Against Attempt
to Out Wages.
(BFECIAL TO THK1 M1NEII.)
Nanaimo, Nov. 20.-A strlko, the
ultimate cause of whieh is the refusal
of Manager Faulds to recognize thc
union's protest against an attempt to
cut rates, has been dcolarcd at thc
Alexandra mines, worked by tho
Wellington Coal Co. Three hundred
men are affected. Premier Dunsmuir
at present Is on his way from California and therefore, nothing will bo
dono till he gets back. Faulds says
they can do without coal for two
months. A year ngo a strike started
at the same mines which lasted six
months.
her of dealers who were not in accord
with the views of those   present.     He
was not prepared to accept   the   plat- \
iform nf the retailers, although   ready I
to   protect   their interests to the   best
of his ability.
Mr. Morrison asked if tho wholesalers oould not select a committee
of their members to meet a ooinmittec
of the retailers and try to arrange
matters. If two or three met together
they would probably be able to arrange the questions entirely.
Mr.Green of Knslo thought that the
wholesalers were not meeting the
issue fail ly. It was not individual
oases were wanted but a settled arrangement.
Mr. Scan Ian would like to see the
wholesalers bring something forward
for themselves. Mr. Chapman seemed
lo be acting on the defensive cntiroly.
Mr. Chapman answered that this
hnd been forced' on him. lie was
acting on the defensive and would as
long as he considered that his compnny was attacked.
Mr Irving rose to say tbat as he did
not see that they were making the
slightest progress towards a settlement
of the questions that they had met to
discuss that in his opinion the best
thing to do was to acjourn. He therefore moved that the meeting adjourn.
An informal disoussion followed
after this iu which another meeting
to take place today was suggested, to
this however, Mr. Chapman objected.
Uo had given a good deal of bis time
to the matter, and did not see any use
in drawing it ont. Maodonald and
Co., were treating their customers
fairly and purposed to continue doing
so. He did not see how they could
make any chungo in their business to
suit the retailers.
Mr. (heen then arose and sal.', that
under those circumstances he had
great pleasure in seconding Mr.
Irving's inction. The meeting then
adjourned.
LIBERALS
RECEDING
Want of Ammunition Cause
Them to Withdraw
Troops.
Fighting Expected  Close
Colon  at Any Moment.
HOLOCAUST
IN DETROIT
Boiler Explosion Spreads Terrible Death and Destruction.
Oolombian
reappeared
Colon, Nov. 20.���The
gunboat General Pinzon
in Colon harbor this morning. Her
commander said there were only 100
men out of the original 000 troops
carried by the vessel now on board
the gunboat. The balance had been
landed at Porto Hello, about 10 miles
distant from Colon. The presumption
is that the 500 men are marching overland to join tho government forces
under Ooneral Alban. The ground
they have to cover is difficult and the
troops will doubtless occupy a few
days in reaching their destination.
The Liberal forces control San
Pablos station and llainacoa where
there is a large bridge over the
Chagrcs river. This is a critical point
offering the Liberals a splendid means
of attack when the government forces
attempt to cross it. It is generally
admitted that if (lencral Alban succeeds in crossing thc river at Baruaooa
his inarch towards Colon will afterwards be an easy task. General
Lngo, thc Liberal commander, is at
Ilarbacoa. Thc Liberals retreated
from Emperador owing to lack of ammunition. They admit having lost CO
men in killed nnd wounded nt Einper-
ador.and that among the number was
Colonel Qyas, but they claim that the
government's loss was over 150 mon
Killed   and wounded.
The armored train which went over
the railway yesterday having on board
Capt Berry of the Iowa and machine
guns and flying tho American flag,
was sent as a demonstrative force and
and will not bo continued daily.
Passengers, however, will still carry
a gunrd. Transit aross thc Isthmus
is open.
An over due passenger train with a
marino guard on board hns just arrived here. The train brings news to
the effect that General Alban with
about 300 government troops has
crossed Ilarbacoa bridge, and he discontinuing his march to Colon. He in
now at ravernilla where ho is resting. The Liberal forces continuo to
retreat before him. They explain their
retreat saying they hnve no ammunition. All the fighting todny occurred at Barbaesa bridge. Passengers by the delayed trains assert that
fully 100 Conservatives were killed
and wounded during the fighting
there, and that the Liberal losses
were insignifloant, the Liberals are
now approaching datum station,
about five miles from Colon, and it is
believed a decisive engagement will
probably be fought tonight or tomorrow morning at Monkeyhill cemetery,
distant one mile from thc limits of
Colon.
The trains which left here this
afternoon for Panama with the Iowa
marines and the two pussengers from
the steamer Oroaba were delayed In
transit but reached Panama safely.
Reports current here this afternoon
that the General Pizo had bombarded
Porto Helo have beon found upon investigation to be unreliable and not
authentic.
Search  for   Remains   Continues Throughout the
Night.
SWITCHMEN ON STRIKE.
Pittsburg, Nov. 211.���Judging by
apparent conditions the switchmen's
strike inaugurated this morning has
proven a flat failuro but a reversal
may result if the strikers oan ronko
good tho claims put forth tonight.
Thc strike wasoidered by thc Switchmen's union of North America and
the claims made early in thc day by
the union officials that every railway
In tho oity with the exception of the
Plttsbuig, Fort Wayne and Chicago
and the Chlcngo, Cincinnati, Columbus and St. Louis would be completely tied up. The develonments of the
day however demonstrated tbat only
one road, the Allegheny valley, was
seriously affected. On this road but
one crew win at work and thc road is
badly crippled. The company officials
while admittng that freight tralllo hns
been practically suspended say that
within 24 hours they will have all the
men they need and work will be resumed as usual.
Detroit, Mich.,Nov. 26.- -Twenty-five
men are dead, 5 of them unidentified,
and so terribly burned and blackened
that identification is impossible, and
24 other men are lying in the various
hospitals of the city Suffering from
tcrriblo cuts and burns and other
injuries, all results of thc explosion of
one of the boilers in the Penbcrthy
Injector company's large plant at the
comer of Abbott street and Brooklyn
Ave., at 0.30 o'clock today. In addition to those more seriously injured
a dozen or more of the employees
suffered comparatively slight injuries
and were taken directly to their
homes. Twenty-five men and boys
have not yet been located, either at
their homes or at 'he hospitals. Tonight a great force of men is searching the ruins by electric light and
this work will not bo stopped until
every foot of the debris has been removed. The Penborthy Injector company's plant occupied half a squnre
at thc corner of Abbot street and
Brooklyn avenue. It was composed of
two briok buildings separated by a
sixteen foot alley. The rear building
in which the boiler was looated, was
completely destroyed,was threo stories
high. Tho boiler room wns located
at the northwest corner of the lmitiling on tho first floor. It was in this
building that most of tbe manufacturing was dono.
It is Impossible to tell exactly how
many men were at work in the various departments of the rear building
whon the explosion occurred but the
officers insist tbat the number was no
over 85. The awful crash came without warning. The floors and roof of
the rear buildinsg bulged upward and
then crashed down a mass of debris.
Windows in houses for a block around
were broken by the concussion.
Flames broke out from the ruius
almost immediately and the horror of
fire was added to the sufforing ones
imprisoned. Calls were sent out for
all thu ambulances in the city. Pending their arrival neighboring houses
were turned into temporary hospitals.
Iho first ambulances on the scene
were inadequate to carry those who
had already been extricated and express wagons and all classes of
vehicles were pressed into service.
All the laborers who could work to
advnntnge were clearing away the
debris.
The lloors and roofs had fallen at
nn angle and formed a sort of hugh
covering under which the fire burned
fiercely. Not until the firemen had
chopped through this did their streams
begin to have an appreciable effect
on the flames.
Gradually the rescuers worked their
way downward through tbe pile. By
HiIb time there were no cries or groans
to aid them for the flames had tics-
tioyod those unfortunates who were
not killed by the explosion or the fall,
but the work of rescue continued with
unabated haste. stretcher bearers
stood beside tne delvers and bore
away the burned and blackened
bodies. A vacant house adjoining thc
factory was converted Into a temporary morgue. In several cases the
charred corpses were so hot when
recovered that they could scarcely
be handled.
The front building of thc plant
sustained comparatively little damage
ennui Jering the tremendous explosion
within 1(1 feet of it. There were a
dozen girls among thc employees on
the fourth floor of this building but
nobody was Injured.
The property loss aooording to Secretary Chi Ids Is about T1BO,000. The
firm carried 870,000 fjro and some
boiler insurance, but how muoh of
the latter Chi Ids oould not state.
Subscriptions for thc relief of the
sufferers have been started.
Nothing is known as yet about thc
cause of the explosion. The boilers
hnd been recently Inspected and thc
engineer   was   known   as one of   the
most careful and oapable   men  in the
city.
A PARISIAN TRAGEDY.
Man and Woman Shot in a Crowded
Thoroughfare.
Paris, Nov. 20.���A tragedy characteristically Parisian, was committed
in the heart of Paris today at the corner of thc Boulevarde dee Capucincs
and the place de L'Opera. A husband
shot hi6 faithless wife and her lover
in full view of hundreds of people.
Opera square was filled wilh promen-
aders at lunch timo when a cab drove
across thc square followed by a man
running. A policeman who was regulating traftlo stopped the cab in front
of the Cafe de. la Paix, enabling the
pursuer to overtake it when the man
drew a revolver, thrust it through a
window of the vehicle, and fired
twice killing the woman who was
inside. Her lover opened the other
door and tried to flee, bnt the husband
sprang after him aud blew out his
brains before the spectators conld
interfere. Then the husband approached the policeman, handed liiin
the weapon and surrendered.
WILL FIGHT
THE UNION
(Centre Star Annual   Meeting Makes That Decision.
A NEW HENLEY.
English Clubs Must Drop Their Jealousies to Hold the Cnp.
London, Nov. 20.���Truth discussing the effects of the decision of the
stewards of the Henley regatta to permit foreigners to compete in the
Henley contests which was reached
last Sunday, declared that the old
Henley is gone and a new Henley
reigns in its stead. It must be recognized once and for all, says Truth,
that the business of the English oarsmen to defend the Grand challenge
and the Stewards' cups from foreign
competition, henceforth the jealousies
between these English clubs must be
ended and those clubs must giva up
their best men, adopt the best appliances aud train for ono event instead
of rowing in several.
BRIGANDS WAITING SNOW.
Sir. Dickinson's Return Will ninder
Negotiations,
Sofia, Nov. 20.���The brigands are
determined to await until thc disappearance of the snow permits them
freedom of movement before resuming
negotiations for thc lelesse of Miss
Ellen M.Stone, the American missionary and Mme. Tsilka, her companion.
The impression which prevails among
the best informed people here is that
Mr. Dickenson's departure for Constantinople will increase the dillloulty
of gaining thc confidence of tbe
brigands and expediting a settlement
of the ransom question.
HONOR HIS REMAINS.
Cortege of Late German Embassador
Escorted By Lite Guards.
London, Nov. 20.���Much significance is attnehed here to tne unusual
military tribute altonding the removal
of Count Von Halzfelrit's remains
from tho Geiman embassy to the tialn
which is to carry the body of the late
(lerman ambassador. It is announced
that King Ed Ward commanded thnt
these honor;, be paid and it is understood that the British government in
so doing desired to show that It was
not affected by the nnti-British temper
in Germany. The oullln of Count Von
Hatzfeldt was borne to Victoria station on a gun carriage and escorted by
tbe life guards.
SWEPT OFF THE DECK.
Philadelphia, Nov. 20.���Capt. Hill
of the steamship Belgcnland, which
readied hor doelm today from Liverpool, reports that when tho steamship
was abreast of Nantucket Light, Mrs.
II. MucNlel, wife of Dr. MacNcil, of
Ann Arbor, was washed overboard and
drowned. There was a heavy sea
running and Dr, MaoNeil who was on
deck watching the storm went to his
state room and called his wife to
come on deck and view a passing
steamship. The couple had been
standing together for only a few
minutes when an immense wave swept
over thc Belgenland carrying the unfortunate woman overboard. Her
body was not seen afterwards.
LODGE FOR EXCLUSION.
Boston, Nov. 26.���The Post will
to.norrow print the following telegram
from United States Senator Lodge, at
Washington: "To thc editor of the
Boston Post,--I favor thc Chinese
Exclusion act and intend to introduce
a bill for its extension. (Sgd) H. O. I
Lodge." J
Tarte Gives Hope of Bonus
Towards Shipbuilding.
Toronto, Nov. 20.���Third annual
meeting of the Centre Star Mining
company was held today and the old
board wero reelected. Thc indebtedness was shown to be some 840,000
and Manager Kirby in his report suggested that the ore reserve be applied
for wiping'this out and in the prosecuting of development work on the
same soale as in the past. Dividends
will bo deferred for some time to
come. The meeting decided to fight
the union, the members of which are
at present on strike and in future
none but non-nuion men will be hired
at tho   mine.
WHAT TARTE WOULD DO.
Favors a SyBtem of Thorough Improvement of Waterways.
Toronto, Nov. 20.���Mr. Tarte speaking here this afternoon referred to
improvement in Cunada's deep waterways and said he wished he were, as
had been claimed, master of administration,as then he would spend money
on improvements ot water��-nys not in
bits but in lnmps. Referring to
derision of the government not to
allow American vessels to engage in
Canadian trade, the minister said if
Canada had not enough vessels to
carry gruin between its own ports
vessels must be built.
TARTE MAKES PROMISES.
Toronto, Nov. 20.���Hon. ,1.1. Tarte,
addressing tho board of trado today
said that if the city would do its part,
the government would be prepared to
undertake thc improvement of tho
harbor. Discussing shipbuilding in
Canada, he pointed out that the Government hnd bonused the iron industry and he thought assistance might
reasonably lie asked for the shlpouild-
iug industry.
PILOT BOUILLE ON TRIAL.
Montreal, Nov. 20 ���In (he pilotagA
court today a commission was issued
instructing Mr. Archnnibanlt, clerk of
thc court, to go to llnlifax and examine witnesses in the ease of Pilot
Bouille, who was in charge of 11. M.
S. Indefatigable when sho grounded
while en route to Montreal lost September. The pilot's attorney protested
against the issuing of the commission.
DEATH OK ARTHUR BOLTON, 'j
Toronto, Nov. 20.���Arthur II. Boul-
ton, of this city, wns swept from the
deck oi the steamer Commonwealth
during a heavy stomi while enroute to
Boston. He was a well known
civil engineer nnd wan leturning from
Borneo In ill health, lie was for some
years on the PaoiOc coast
FORMATION BEGINS AT ONCE.
Winnipeg, Nov. 20.���CJol. Evans, C.
I!., commander of thc Mounted Ritle
oorps here, leaves lor Ottawa tomorrow
to uiidiutiike the formation of
Canada's third contingent for Sonth
Afrloa.
FIFTEEN FAMILIES HOMELESS.
Montreal, Nov. 20 ���The destruction
of a tenement house   at   Malsonncuve
this   morning   rendered    15    families
homeless; loss 820,000.
MUST IMPROVE CANALS.
They are Estcntlal to the Commercial
. Supremeny of Now York.
New York, Ncv. 30.��� Capt. Chns.
Campbell spoke at the rooms of the
New York Bosrd ol Trado and Transportation today on thc improvement of
tho canals of New York and methods
of transportation from the Great
Lakes. He said that if New York
would preserve its commercial suprcm-
cey It must make a large appropriation
tor an improved canal system. IN-
contrasted the present neglect with
what wa) being done in Canada and
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A PLEA FOR RECIPROCITY.
Osborne Howes, chairman of the
committee of reciprocity of the Roston
Chamber of Cominrcee, delivered an
address on reciprocity with Canada a
few days since, before the Commenca!
olub of St. Paul: In beginning he
stated that the development of U. S.
trade with foreign countries the past
25 years his been something marvelous. It has nover been equalled be
fore in the world's history. Previous
to that time his country merely sent
out these goods that It did not need
here. Now the states were exporting
goods that the foreign countries manufactured themselves, and, for this
reason it was necessary to obBerve the
greatest caution in the development
of national interests. The Ameri
can people at the present time can
produce all they need in about 42
weeks. The goods and merchandise
produced during the remaining nura
ber Of weeks ean be sent t > the foreign
countries. The commercial relations
between Canada and America are of
more importance to the States than
the business done with any other
foreign country. Canada has 5,800,000
peoplo. Last year thc country biuglit
$110,000,000 worth of goods and it
was from all clashes of II, S.trade. Of
the above amount $112,500,000 was for
manufactured goods. The country
sent out manufactured goods to the
extent ot 8400,0000,000 and Canada took
more than any other country.
Referring to trade with Canada
Mr. Howes said that only two foreign
nations, Englsnd and Germany,
bought of II. S, last year as freely as
CaiindiiuiH, while U. S. sales to them
were greater than its sales to Mexico
and all the countries of Central and
South America combined.
At thc present tune the Canadians
were justly dissatisfied with onr man
ner of treating them. They havo ln
creased their purchases from us four
fold during the past 20 years, while
we bought from them little more than
we did in 1HH0. They have pnt npon
their free list about half what they
imported from thc United States and
taxed thc remainder ?5 per cent.
Wc taxed nearly all Canadian products, our average tax rate being
about Mi per cent. Unless we can in
a reasonable timo come to some trade
understanding with her, either thc
Canadian tariff would he made, in
which event out annual sales of $110,-
000,003 would drop to half that
amount, or, through a customs federation with England, English goods
would be ndniittoit in Canada tree of
duty, while England would impose a
duty on foreign products.
Mr. Howes then spoke of Sir Wilfrid Laurier's polloy with this
country after coming into power, both
In President Cleveland's administration and in President MoKinley's. lie
said that now it was up to the
It. S. to make advancements in the
establishment of heller commercial
relations. Englnnd had it in mind,
he said, to establish, in the eoursu of
time, an Imperial federation with its
colonies, by a different system, and
Canada was looking upon thin idea
with favor. America ought to honor
Canada instead of trying to kill trade
with tariff walls. He said that at
the meeting of Ciinadinn maim factor -
ers In Montreal reoent.lv, it was the
consensus of opinion that a tariff
barrier ought to be put up and a differential one with England established.
Mr. Howes quoted from President.
MoK'Inloy's last addieHs, the hitter's
views favoring a change of trade
policy. Mr. Howes closed his address
with an eloquent flea for   the   estsb
lisliiii.-nt of reciprocal   trade relations
with Canada.
The above address will direct attention to one of the most important
questions which Canada has before
her There is no doubt that the present Chinese walls of tariff which both
peoples have reared'against the other
oould bo thrown down with advantage
to each. The question which confronts
Canada, however, is to ascertain what
advantages she would gain under
reciprocity. It is obvious that certain
of her industries are thriving under
the protection system which lias been
put into effect for their benefit, and
lhat they will grow in importance if
present conditions are continued is as
plain an a pike-staff. Whatever reciprocal arrangement is entered into
would have to be so arranged that
those infant industries should be
allowed to continue tu be protected so
that they may not be dwarfed by the
competition of the same industries in
the United States which have long
been established on a sound and enduring basis. It might be a good
arrangement to have reciprocity in
raw products and in certain manufactured articles which are not at present
made in Canada. The question Is one
of many sides, numerous interests
will have to be conserved and is one
which will require tho best thought
and consideration of our wisest statesmen before a reciprocity treaty which
will be as beuecfiial to Canada as it
is to the United States can be evolved.
It is plain that the overtures for the
proposed treaty are now coming from
Ihe United States and Canada can
take advantage of the situation and
make a bettsr bargain than if she
were still sending reciprocity commissioners lo Washington.
SHOULD CARRY IT ALL.
It was announced In the press dispatches recently that the llritish government had decided to send the Australian mails to and from Australia
by way of the American continent
rather than as heretofore by the way
uf the Suez canal. It is also announced that the French and Herman
governments intend to use the same
route in the transportation of their
mails to and from then possessions In
the South Paeiflo ocean. This means
tbat the greater portion of thc mail
sent from these three countries will
be received in New York and sent by
rail to San Francico and from thence
delivered by steamships to Australia
and other points in the Pacific ocean
controlled by the British, the French
and thc Germans, It Canada could
only establish that fast steamship
service which she bas been so long
talking about all of this mail would
be taken across tbe continent by the
Canadian 1'acitio railway and transferred at Vancouver to thc steamships
running to Australia and other points
on the I'nciiic ocean controlled by the
three nations mentioned. The Importance of this incident can hardly be
estimated. It will ail in improving
the transcontinental service between
Mow York and San Francisco and
assist materially in building up the
principal American port on thc Pacifi"
coast. It Is true that trade follows
the ling, but it is equally true that
trade follows tbe mail, and hence thc
determination of the three big nations
of Europe to send most of their mail
by the United States is an incident
whlob is pregnant with meaning
With little effort we believe that it
oould have been so arranged that it
would all come by way of Canada. A
portion of thc llritish mail now goes
by way of Vancouver to Australia und
other countries in the Pacific ooean
It is curried by the steamships Bailing
monthly from Vancouvoi'. The steamers from Vancouver take four days
longer to make the trip from Vancouver to Australia than do tho steamers from Snn Francisco, because the
later have the speedier vessels. The
service from Vancouver is not so frequent as it is from Snn Francsco and
nco the latter city will get most of
the mails to transport. With a faster
steamship service Canada should be
able to get the carriage of all the
malls from the threo most Important
countries in Europe and therefore an
effort should lie made to secure such
nu Improvement on the Atlantic and
Pacific lines as would bring about
such a result. It would result in
milking Ihu Dominion ouu of the
world's greatest highways.
HUDSON'S BAY
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Christmas Gifts
It seems a little early to mention  them
but every lady prefers to give her friends
something of
Her Own Handiwork
and it is high time to select and choose the necessary material. We have just received a very complete assortment
of Belding's celebrated Stamped Linen Goods consisting  of
Pin Cushion Tnps, Embroidery
Bags, Bread Cloths, Photo Frames,
Tray Cloths, Sideboard Scarfs,
Laundry Bags, Tea Cloths, Shaving
Cases, Button Bags, Centrepieces,
in  all   sizes,   Veil Cases,   Doylies,
Colored Denim Cushion Tops, etc,,
etc. etc.
Every shade of Embroidery Silks
in stock. ,
A lovely lot of articles in Handworked Irish Linen to select  from.
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Save Your Snowsboe Tags
The moat popular brand of Chewing
Tobacco in Canada todny is "Pay
Roll." Every Plug of "Pay Rollr'
bears a "Snowsboe" Tug. Consumers
should save these tags, ns vnliiiibl.i pree-
sents are given for them. Wlinn you
buy "Pay Roll" ChewingTobaooo, ask
yonr dealer for our new illustrated premium ontalogne. Tags are good up to
January 1st, 11*03.
Speaking to b reporter of the Montreal Star, George Ham of the O. P.
It. advertising department, said thnt
what impressed him most forcibly
was tho era of prosperity which the
people of the Northwest wero entering
upon, the inlliix of A ��n-i ii.-ins who
are buying land for their friends and
the industry and thrift of the Mormom
settlers   in    Lethbrldge   distriet,   who
would bave 85,000 aores of red  beets
under cultivation next  year   on   Irri-
gnted farms.
is one of the most important positions
in the enbinet, and that the mining
IntereHts should remain so long unrepresented is enough to make the
people of this pnrt of the prnvinoe
hostile to the lliinsiunir misgovero-
meiit. The wreck is now complete,
and how thu premier hopes to improve
matters is a mystery to everyone but
himself It doeH not look the right
thing that the county should be allowed to go to tho rlogs that the vanity of
a purse proud man he satisfied.
NELSON OPERA
HOUSE
Wednesday Nov. 27
The portfolio of the Minister of
Mines still remains vacant, and it
looks as if no one will take it ns long
a? the present so-called governmont
remains In oflice, Miys the Ymir
Mirror.    This, to thc interior at least,
The London Onlooker says that
Lady Margaret Miisbam, sister of thc
Earl of Hoinney, wsn cured of ningli-
nant cancer In her tlnont by thc use
of green violet, leaves. Cancer; is a
disease that carries off n large number
of victims each year and it is said to
be increasing in virulence of late
years and this is particularly bo in
Grout Britain where the medical fraternity have long been endesovrlng to
Secure a cure for it. It may be that
violet leaves arc what they have he en
seeking for. It will take more than
ono case,however,to make thorn recognized specific for the disease. Kxpeii-
monts aro now in progress wi.l. _,<���
new cur�� by the medical fraternity in
a number of places nnd in a short
time It will lie known whether the
remedy is as efficient In all cases ns
it was with Lady Margaret   Mushain.
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Tim Thrilling Burglary
Tho Torpedo Sensation
Tho steamboat Race.
The c.inilliu Quartette
The Cotton PressTragedy
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Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City,
Orders by mall to as>* branch will have careful and orampt attention.
GAMBORNE!Porto Rico Lumber
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Full particulars of
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Rates $1.00 to $1.50 per day. First
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Wo carry a complete stock ot Coant Floorioa
Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turnod Work, Sash and
Doors. Spocial order work will rocoivo proinpl
attention:   Mall orders solicited.
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Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
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and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:15 _,m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:15 a-m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 800 p.m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on tho Sound,
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
theniagniflcent steamships North \V��s��
and North Land of theNorthern Steamship Oompany Line, operated in con-
nection with the Great Northern Kail.
way.
For further information, aps, folders etc. apply to any agent of Spokane
tails A Northern Ry., J_aslo & Slocan
Ry., Kootei ai Kail way _ Navigation
Or- , or to
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K'VRrside Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
Nelson,li O
SPECIAL SERVICE
NELSON TO SPOKANE
For the comfort of the number of
people who are now tisint,' tl��s
popular line, a direct daily Buffet
Car service has been Inaugurated,
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable on any of lnc
larger railways in Canada or the
U.S.
Close connections made at Spokane for the south, east  and west.
Only io hours to Seattle and i��
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points.
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
��:20 a.m Spokane 7 ill! P-"1
12:25 p. m Rossland 4 :3d P"1
I0t80 a.m... .Mountain 6 ���''''���, 1'	
(i 140 a, m Nelson ��-15 l)n)-
H. A. JAOKSON, G. P. * T.A.
Spokane  Wash
G. K. TAOKABUBY
Agent, Nelson, B.C
BENNETT'S FUSE.
Ho  sure and get the genninc   BENNETT'S GOTTA PERCHA FOSE.nnt
something that looks   like   it.    b��""
rence Hardware Co., Agents.
E. J. SCOVIL
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WINDEKMKBB. B. 0. Nelson   Daily Miner,  Wednesday November 27, 1901
+*****+*++++���*+++
l  mining news.
At the record office yesterday the
following transfers weie entered:
Iron Magnate, (rom W. S. Rugl. to
n (j. Logan, consideration nominal;
tl intorcst in the Hunter V.,
to Gilbert Peouc,
nominal;   a    one-third
Hono-tliir
from  A.   Vernon
eoPsiiler.il ion
,n the nunter V., and Double
interest i
Standard from  Gilbert Peoue  to Wil
Ham Davis, consideration 8750.     Cer
.lfloatea  of   work   were   granted    to
Frank Bowser on the New  Victor and
Excelsior, __       .
siiiiih 11"' Cough
uml WurSHUlT Hie <'ohl.
, . .iivr- Hionio-Oiiliiino Tnblotn  cure a cold
Kodar.  NoOure, No Pay.   Price 25 cents
NEW  BOOKS.
"The Right of Way," iB the name
of tlio latest novel, written by Gilbert
l'arle.'t. and publishod by thc Oopo.
Clark Company, limited, of Toronto,
nnil now on sale by the Canada Drug
ami Hook company of this city. In
this story tbe author tells of life of
Reality Steele, a brilliant Criminal
lawyer, an agnostic, intemperate,
foppish ami a riddle to his friends.
He is admired for his success and his
talents, but is a veritable Sphynz to
tiiopc who try to gain his friendship.
He attracts by his talents and manner a beautiful but wordly woman
Kathleen, but lie loves wine and other
women and in a Drawl in an inn
reborn he goes to see a woman whom
lie is fonder of than he should be he
is wounded on the head and thrown
inlo a river. He is rescued and
cari'icil to n distant place by the man
nlnmi ho had defended and acquitted
of tho charge of murder and after
several months is restored to reason
by an operation. On hifl return to
reason he realizes that he cannot go
baok to his wife as she has remarried
because she believed him dead. He
denounces his former life, adopts
another name and resolves to spend
the remainder of his life in the
village of Chaudeier. There he
meets Rosalie Evnntuecl, the postmaster's daughter, a deeply religious and
beautiful girl who materially Influences his destiny, makes him a bettei
man and whom he would like to
marry. Which however has the right
of way?
The spiritual struggle wliioh he has
with himself is splendidly depicted
and the pure love exquisitely wrought.
Thc struggle is ended by bis death
while defending money intrusted to
bis eate tor the bui'ding of a church.
Il is one of the strongest and most
fascinating stories that Gilbeit Parker
lias yet written. It is mucn in the
same vein as Hall Oaine's Christian,
and in some respects is superior, as
there is not a dull page in the book
from the first to the last, "The Right
of Way," occupies a high literary
plane and is well worthy of perusa-1
hy lovers of interesting fiction.
"Why Not Sweetbheart?" by Julia
W. lienshaw, who has written considerable for the coast papers under the
uom de plume of Julia Durham and
who is the author of "Hypnotized,"
"llritish Columbia Up-to-Date," and
other publieaions, :s the title of an
interesting novel pilntcd by Georgo
Morang and Co., limited, of Toronto.
The scenes of the book are laid in
llritish Columbia and it is thrillingly
Interesting. The attempted murder
in the Rossland camp is full of deep
interest, and the description of scenery sho* that the author bas rare
descriptive powers. In thc conversa
tions there are many witty and point
id epigrams. Once In a while a false
noto is struck like mistakes made by
a now nut very promising player on a
musical -instrument, but these are
napptly infrequent, and on the whole
the "Why Not Sweetheart?" should
win now laurels for its gifted author,
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FOREIGN LIQUORS
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.
CANADIAN LIQUORS
A stock of tbeso embracing tbe leading brands, is carried at Nelson,
thereby enabling quick delivery to
Kootenay buyers.
ANHEUSERI- BUSCH  AND
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TONIGHT'S ATTRACTION.
A play which is ontering upon its
h0lh season of success must havo
'"erit. Huch is A Romance of Goon
Hollow which will be soen at the Nelson Opor�� House tonight. It will be
8 complete and pretty sccnio   produo-
"i with a carefully selected cast,
ami the additional features of a vooal
imartctte and a troupe of plantation
dancers who are said to bo "great."
Another interesting card will be the
return to dramatic work of the clever
little soubtetto star, Iola Pomeroy,
*''o for some years has been a head-
liner in vaudeville. There are a score
o' reople usod in tbe production.
oil,   salt   and products of the quarry-
bring Ihe total up to 84,073,171.
The imports of lead and   lead   products wero���Old   scrap, pig and block
(121,40(1 pounds, value, 88,551); bars
nnd sheets, 138,500 pounds, value,
���4,314; manufactures of load���88,201
pounds, value, 81,585; shot and
bullets���426 pounds, valued 842; white
and red lead���1,744,2811 pounds, value
|70,II68; manufactures N. 0, P., value
$3,��!)��.. Omitting the last items of
which the weight is not given, the
total weight of lead and its products
imported during the month of September was 2,542,316 pounds, valued at
(85,000, and including tbe omitted
item, $B8,056. Tho free lead imported
consisted of, nitrate and aoetatc of
lead, 5(10 pounds, value $31; tea lead,
120,284 pounds, value 85,081.
! This makes a total weight of lead 2,-
003,004 pounds and the gross value
804,708. The duty paid on lead goods
amounted to $5,848.2, making a grand
total in cost and duty, $100,010.27.
~W. C. T. TJ.
On Tuesday the W. C. T. IJ. beld a
successful meeting in the parlor of the
Methodist church Mrs. Robert Robert-
sou presided It was the first mother's
meeting. Mrs. J. H. Morgan in her
usual graceful style, read an interesting and lnstructve paper. Those
present who have young people in
tbeir famli es, must have felt their
hearts stirred and encouraged in their
important work. We are pleased to
sec that at each meeting our membership is steadily on the increase. Out
next meeting is to take place on Monday, Oth December, 1001, and will be
in thc form of a parlor social which
by MrB. White's kind invitation 1b to
be held in the Methodist parsonage.
Press Supt. W. C. T. U.
BLOWN TO ATOMS.
old   idea   that tbe body some-
GALT COAL
For domestic or steam use.
A full   supply always on
hand.
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lake poinls
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General Agent
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors   west
C.P.R  offices.
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Surveyor*.
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LODGE MEETINGS.
A
NKLSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. &
M. moots second WodnoHday In
month,   Visiting brethorn wolcomo
I. O. O. F. Kootonay Lodgo
No. 16, moots evory Monday night,
at thoir Hall, Kootonay street
. Journing Odd Follows cordially invited.
John A. Mcllac, N.G.   D. W. Huthorford, V.G
Fred J. Squiro, Por. Soc.
Nelnon Royal Arch Clmptor No. 123, G. H. C.
Meets third Wodncnday. rfojournirjg compan
ions invited. Goorgc Johnstone, A. E, W.
Matthews, ti. M.
.       NKLSON LODGE No.2o, K. of P.
_\mootn in K. of P. hall, Oddfellows block
uvuryTuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
J/aU visiting knights cordially  invite
Wm. Ikvinr, O.C.
A. T. Pahk, K. ot H. and S.
Nolson Enca pment No. 7. Moots every 2nd
and (tli Friday of each month, in Odd Follows
Hall, coiner Baker and Kootenay stroots.
Nelson. A. II. Clements, C. P.; 1). McArLhiu*
H. ti.   Visiting brothers always woltTwnn.
NELSON L. O. L. No. 1692 meets in Fraternity Hall on first and third Friday ovenlngs
of each month at 8 o'clock. Viniting member
cordially invited. W. W. Bradley, W.K.
A.Minty, R.S.	
THE   MINER'S
WANT   PAGE.
FOR SALE OR RENT
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tho rate of ono oent a word por insortion. No
advertlhemonb taken for loss than 25 conta.
Situation Wantod advortisomonte Inserted
threo times free of ohargo.
FOR     BALE.���One     heavy    draught
team, apply to .1. A. Sayward
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nelson, b. c.
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PIANO���For  Sine,
rent; almost   now, Mason
upright.    Apply Miner ullicc.
������ j "I \ J. ROBERTSON Sc OO.���Next il<
heap, ot will > i .'. lliouuw Post unlet; Building* V
an   and Riscb, | Bt, Nelson.   Day'phono 388, Night 'phom
HOUSE   tu rent   on Vernon     street.
Apply Captain T. J. Duncan.
WARM,    well   furnished   rooms
rent, 313 East linker street,
TO RENT.���Two   furnished rooms on
Baker street,   $20; slxroomed house.
tn.    s.    M.   Brydges.   K.    W.  C.
Illook.
FURNISED       ROOMS.-Apply       on
Silica,     Becond   door   west     Ward
street.
ROOMS and HOARD.���Every convenience;   southeast   corner of   Carbonate and Josephine street.
ROOMS TO RENT.-K. W. C. lSlock-
Two rooms en suite on Ward st.,
also rooms facing the west. On September 1, two sirgie rooms and two
or three en tu.te facing Baker st.
Purnishei or unfurnished. Mrs. F.
J. bqu.re, Room 41, K.    W. C. Hlock.
NKLSON AKKIK No. 22, F. O. E., meota
every uooond and fourth Wednesdays of each
m onth. Visiting members oortlially Invlt
Chariot* Pressor, ftwflfcary.
Kootonay Tent No. 7, K. O. T. M��� hold thoir
regular meetings in Fraternity Hall, I. O. O. F.
block, on tho 1st and 3rd Thursday* of cacti
n.onth. Visiting brethren cordially invited to
attend. G. A.Brown, K.K-; A.P.Purdy,Com.-
R. J.Steol.D.S.C.
NELSON'S QUEEN NO. 241
SONS OF ENGLAND, moots
1st and 3rd Wednoaday evenings of
eaoh month at Fiatornity hall
oorner of Bakor and Kootonay
streets. Visiting brethorn cordially lnvitod.
Eowahd Maclkod. Secretary.
COURT KOOTENAY, I. O. F., No. 313k.
Meetings 4th Thursday of month. Fraternal
hall. J A Irving O R.   P. R. Fleming. It. 8.
Nolson Court Star of  Kootenay, A. O. F.
Moots 2nd and   4th   Wednesdays in ovory
month. Visiting brothron wolcomo. W. Mac-
Millar C.U    I'nlim-t McDood. Soc
THE LATEST INVENTION
IN HOT BLAST HEATING STOVES-
MINERAL STATISTICS.
The unieviscd statement of imports
'id exports for the Dominion of Can
ll|hi fur the month of September gives
"m following "tatistics of the exports
"' products of the mines Gold-
���2,887,258; copper���3,051,023 pounds,
8H02,218j silver���270,34 o?..
815V.I08; lead���3,125,116 pounds,
8!Mi,360', iron���01,844 tons,
$152,179;      niekle ��� 001,814
value
value
value
value
Pounds, value, 825,173; asbestos���
8.806 tons, value, 8108,158; mineral
pigments���69,050 pounds, values, 855ft;
c>'il-!l(!,340 tons, value, $341,440;
oilier products of thc   mincB,   omittng
The   ���._   	
times needs a powerful drastic, purga
tive pill has been exploded for Dr.
King's Now Life Pills, whioh are perfectly harmless gently stimulate liver
and bowels, to expel poisonous matter,
cleanse the system and absolutely cure
Constipation and Sick Headache
Only 25c at Canada Drug and Book-
Co. 	
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
iTLACHLAN BROS.
8ILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the highest oash prloe for all
kinds ol seoond band goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to *
needle. Furniture, stores, oarperto,
-ooking utensils, bought ln household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall an 1 see me or write. Address
Silver King Hike, Boi 800. Hall
Street, Nelson, B. C.
OUR SPECIALTY
"GOOD CHEER"
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We nre showing tbis season a full
line of these goods and solicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
Company.
WANTED
EXPERIENCED Lady Stenographer,
a graduate of Burdett Business Col
lege, Boston, Mass., who will furnish
ber own typewriter, desires a position
at once. Address 'D," Box 244,
Nelson,  11. G.
WANTED.���General   servant    would
like   to   come to Nelson.   Any time
from   Jan.   1st   to   June   1st.     Good
character given.     Apply Miner olliee.
WANTED.���By   man and wife, situation   in   mining   camp   ns cooks OT
help iu kitchen.      Apply   V. O.   Box,
140.
WANTED.���A     situation     at    light
housework   or   talcing care of baby.
Apply W., Miner oflice.
WANTED.���Men   and women wanted
to   work   at   heme.      Good   wages.
Write   Glusgow    Woollen    company,
Dent. C., Toronto.
EMl'LOYMENT.-AII   kinds   of   help
wanted���Orders     for   help    receire
prompt attention,   lt.  Purdy, Employment agent.     Phono  44.    P  O.   Hox,
582.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's Nest
Southern   Ry.     Good   wages, long
job   Headquarters, Elko,    II.   C. A.
Guthrie & Co.
MISCELLA NEOUS
. D.J. CHRISTIE
Money to Loan at 8 per cent.
Insurance Real Estate
FOR KENT.���Two otlices over Queen
Cigar store, 815; 7-roomed house, bath
and sewer, 888; 4-roomed house, water
only, 811.
FOR SALE.���Two lots, Observatory
st., on car line, $45(1; 5-room bouse,
Carbonate St., 81,000; 7-roomed house,
Carbonate bt, 82,100.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, N. ��.
Allan Lino Ionian I loc,   7
Allan Line Tunisian. Doc IJ
Boavor Lino  Lake Superior Due.  ft
Boavor Line Grath <'untie Doc. Ht
Thorio HteanicrH sail from Halifax ono day
later
Prom Portland, Mo.
Dominion Line Vancouver , Dec. 14
Domi lion lino Dominion Dec. 28
From New York
White Star Lino MiiJohUc Dec.  A
White Star Lino Cymiric  Dec. 10
Whito Star Lino Oceanic Dec. 11
Canard Line  Umbrla , Dec.   7
Cunard Lino Lucania Dec. 14
American Line Philadelphia Dec.   4
Amorican Lino St. Paul  Deo. 11
Anchor Lino Anchoria Dec. 14
Anchor Line Kurnewsla  ..Dec. _!8
Fiom Bonton
Cunard Lino Baxonta  Deo.  7
Cunard Lino Ultonia Dec. 21
Dominion Line New England Dec,   1
For furthor information rc_r*rdintf N, G.
Lloyd Hamburg-American, Holland-American
linen and for niton, rcHurvation of bortliH, etc.
Apply to
W. P. F.CUMMINGS,
Gen. Agent, Winnipeg, Man.
J. 8. CAHTKK. D. P. A.. NcIhou
our to
croon
tone 2U7.
AERATED AND MINKUAL WATKUtf
XTKLSON   SODA    WATICll    FACJTOKY-
Jk\    N. M. (J uiii in in a. Lchhoo��� Kvery known
varioty of noft drink*.   P O Box 88. Telophon
No. 31. Hoover Street, Nolnun.   Bottlcra of the
fauiouH SL Leon Hot Bprifigfl Mineral Witter
ARCHITECTS
CANK 8c MACDONALD (il. Cane, Jamo
A. Macdonald)���Architect* and Huperin
tcmlontrj, Broken Hill Block, corner Baker and
Ward StruoUs. NuImou
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD & Co.-Cornor Fron
��� and Hall StrecU���Wholesalo grocer
and jobbers in blanketH, gloves, mitts, boots
rubbers, mackinaws and mincm' sundries.
PRBSH AND SALT MEATS
P   BURNS & Co.-Bakor Stroot, Nolsou-
���   Wholesalo dealers iu fresh a d cured
meat*.   Cold Storage.
WEST   KOOTENAY   BUTCHER   CO.
Bakor Street, Nolson���Wholesale doa
eis in fresh and curod meats.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
J A WHENCE HAHDWAHE CO - Bako
J Street, Nelson ��� Wholesale dealars in
hardware, miners' supplies, sporting goods
otc,
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Van
couver Hardwaro'Co, Ltd.) Baker Streot.
Nelson���Wholesale dealers in hardware and
mining supplies, plumbers' aud tinsmiths' sup
plies.
NELSON   HAHDWAHE   CO.-Wholosalo
paints, oils and glusri- mechanics   tools
Agonts foi Ontario Powder Works; ljnamito
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rpURNEH, BEETON 8c Co.-Cornor Vernon
X   and Josephine Stroots,  Nelson���Whclo
sale dealers in liquors, cigars, and dry goods
Agonts for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Browing Co. oi Calgary.
II
UDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholesalo grooerio:
and liquors etc., Bakor Street, Nelsun.
LUMBER
NELSON SAW AND PLANING M1LL-
Ofilco cornor Hall and Front Streets
Nelson���Lumber, ceiling, flooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes. Get out
prices.   Correspondence solicited.
ORE SACKS AND TWINES.
rp GALLON fe CO.���Dealer* in ore wicks
X ��� and twines. Always a largo slock on
hand. Telephone 895. Rocm 44, K.-W.-C Block
JOHN McLATGHIE
Dominion and
Provincial^!
Land Surveyor.
469 nelson b c
LUinber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand ot
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings, Sash Doors-
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
andLARIK).
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IH. H. PUYFOED I
I        & CO.        I
X       MADDEN    BLOCK       I
Cigars ���.
Tobacco
l Phone 117 J
*********** ********* ******
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
Thanksgiving Day
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD.
EXCURSION
RATES
Fare and One-Third
For round trip to  and
from   all   stations  in
local territory.    Good
going
Nov-
27 and   28,
Nov- 30.
Return
11. L. Brown,
City I'assnnger Agent
, 8. Oahtrr,
Ois. Phhh. Agt.
Nrlnon
E. J. OOYLK
A. G. P. A.
Vancom'er
You Bhould'nt send out of town for
cards for yourself or your husband
until you sec what The Miner can do
for you.
J. 0. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc,
MINING IINGINELX
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. B C Nelson Daily Miner Wednes jay, November 27, 1901
MORLEY &   wccdf8^ �� ,n,orm
LAINQ
tho  public   that   we
have tftken  over the
'' i 1  1; 11: ���- Of
THOMSON  STATIONERY CO.. Ltd.
whieh will in tho future be carried
on under thu ntylo of
MORLEY &  LAINQ
Wo auk for tlie support of  tho residents of
Nelson nnd tho Kootenay Country.
Our  premiwen   aro being enlarged nnd im-
Sroved to moot tho ever growing trade of tlie
Uriel.
Theritockof Books, Office SuppUoH, Stalion-
cry and Fancy Good* will bo increased and of-
tend at prices which will make it worth your
.-. inIi; to deal witli us.
MORLEY & LAING
SUCCESSORS TO
H0M50N STATIONERY CO,,  Ltd.
NELSON.  B. C.
tvmi
j  THE CITY
i i
��� ��� ���- ��� ��� _- _ _ ___________J___S_
W^^W.^n^l*W*VW TV^VW f'.�� �� �� �� IW
Hugh Freleigh was examined for
discovery before Registrar Simpkins
yesterday in the case of Frelcigh vs.
Hall Mines smelter. This action is
respecting injuries received by the
plaintiff in the crushing of his arm
in the ln-iquetting machine in Apiil
last.
Constable Forester of Robson, was
in the city yesterday. He reports that
the Canadian Paeilic bridge across the
Columbia below Robson is about coin*
peted. About 10,000 rivets remain to
be put in to bind certain portions oi
the bridge together, and when these
are in place the bridge will be finished. The livets are being put In at the
rate of 900 a day and in about 11 days
the work should be finished. After
this is done there will be some necessary wcrk done on the approaches and
at the farthest the first train should
be able to oross the Columbia on thc
bridge early in the New Year.
In a number of eastern publications
are advertisements calling for boys
and girls to collect snbscrptions for
vnrious unknown magazines which are
generally offered for six months at
ten cents, to introduce them. To the
agent who seoures a oertain number
of subscriptions,amounting to a dollar
and upwards, prizes of different
descriptions are offeied. Several boys
in the city who took the agency for
one of these publications in Chicago
and sent in sums ranging from one to
three dollars arc still waiting to receive answers or the prizes, and the
subscribers tn receive their magazines.
The swindle is a common one and
seems at present time to be a very
successful one.
In West vs. Buchanan a settlement
wbb reached yesterday. This was an
action for $500 for a debt due by
It unban an to two loggers at Pilot Bay
on a logging contract. On trial
Huohannn contended that tbe contract
wbb not completed, and thc amount
was not due and he was, therefore,
not liable to West,who had an assign
ment of thc olaim. The action wns
tried before Mr. Justice Irving at
Nelson, who gave judgment for the
plaintiff West. The defendant ap
pealed to the full court nt Vancouver
who reversed Mr. Justice Irving's
judgment. The plaintiff West then
gave notice of appeal to the Supreme
court of Canada, whereupon the defen
dant Buchanan offered settlement by
paying all his own costs and giving
West $500. This settlement was accepted and closed yesterday,the appeal
to the Supreme court being withdrawn.
A daughter was born to the wife of
A. W. Munro, residing at the corner
of Stanley and Houston streets, yes
terday morning.
At the residence of Mrs. Simth,
Silica street, yesterday, by the Kev.
Dr. Wright, Findley MoLeod was
married to Mrs. Lulu Carson. Both
parties reside in Ymir.
Miss Queenie McCoy returns to Nelson today to complete arrangements
for a concert to be given in the Nelson
opera house on Monday evening next.
She gave a concert in Slocan City
last evening.
Eogino 584 was extricated from the
C. P. Ii. wharf yesterday morning,
and the tracks over tlio wharf were in
running condition by 2 o'clock, the
repair gang working through till this
was finished. A large amount of work
yet remains to be done to the wharf,
which suffered severely in the affair
but traffio will not be interfered with.
Alung the shores of the main lake
he snow is down nearly to the lake.
There is less snow on the loner hills
than has been the case for a number
of years, but higher up it is very
deep. All the mines which ship their
nre by rawhiding are feeling the
effects of the lajk of snow, wnich is
materially interfering with tbeir
shipping ore.
An enthusiastic audience assembled
at the smoker given by the Rocky
Mountain Rargers' band nt the opera
honse last ovenlng and greatly enjoyed the entertainment prepared.
Among tlio features worthy of mention
was a wrestling match between Currnn
and Stead. It wns simply an exliiui.
tion match and honors wero oven.
Theie was a interesting boxing bout
between Dick Slugg and Ben Chambers. The skill of these two boxers
evoked considerable applause The
musical numbers were very good. The
coon songs of J. Worth and the snnrc
drum solo by W. Small were specially
worthy of mention.
PERSONAL
Henry Roy of the Silver Hill was
at the Phair yesterday.
Sheriff Tuck left yesterday for Sandon on official business and will be
away for several days.
A. L Davenport arrived in town
yesterday from the llayoone mine
where ho has been for the past ten
days.
J. C. Drewry was at the Phair yesterday. He came in from Bosslond
and left for the True Blue mine at
Kaslo.
Fred J. Perrine, travelling agent
fur the Seattle agenoy of Barnhart
Brothers and Spindler, is in the oity
in the interest of his firm. This
agency has the largest supply house
at Seattle, of printers' material, including type and presses, on the
Pacific coast,
Fancy Oyster Btews at  Spear's���The
Pioneer Caterer.
training for his fight with Young Cor-
bett, of Denver, today. A phyBician
pronounces him in perfect health and
his friends are betting two to one on
his winning the fight. He will
weigh 121 pounds at the ringside.
. The chief witness in Mrs. Bonine's
tri.l yesterday was (leorge H. Oard-
ner.an attorney employed in the legal
department of the department of the
interior, to whom Mrs. Bonine had
confessed her part in the tiling of
Ayres before the had made her statement to the police. On the evening
Ayrcs was killed his friends had taken
him several times out of neighboring
saloons though he was not drunk.
PAN-AMERICAN CONGRESS.
One suggested Por Every Five Years-
Reports Not Completed.
Mexioo City, Nov. 2(1.���The cjm-
mittccs of thc Pan-American congress
are rapidly completing their worli
with the exception oi the arbitration
committee and the committee ou
commerce and reciprocity. The latter
is witholding action until it learns
the stand which President Roosevelt
will take ou the subject of reciprocity in his forthcoming message to congress. The arbitration committee held
its first meeting today after a fort
night's adjournment. The committee
on future Pan-American conferences
will, it is understood, recommend the
holding of a conference every five
years. The committee on the Inter-
Oeean canal pnttial.lv will oonline
itself in general terms to recommending the excavating of such waterway
without expressing preference for any
particular route.
FRENCH INDEMNITY PASSED
Paris, Nov. 20.- The chamber of
deputies, after a stormy sitting this
afternoon passod the second article of
the Chinese Indemnity Loan bill. Thc
amendments were passed. The first
provides for the publication of a de
tailed statement of tbe expenses of
floating the loan and the second is
directed to setting aside a Sufficient
sum as capita], with wich to pay the
pensions awarded the troops wounded
in the French expedition to China and
Indemnities to the families of the
men killed there.
BEAT HER OWN RECORD.
New York, Nov. 26.���The North
German Lloyd twin screw express
steamer Kron Prinz Wilhelm arrived
in port this afternoon from Bremen,
Southampton and Cherbourg after an
exceedingly rough, but nevertheless
fast trip, having made the passage
from the latter port in quicker time
by over two hours than on any of
her previous passages, thereby establishing a new record for herself.
Her time of passage on this her
third westward voyage was five days,
19 hours, and six minutes.
HORSE BUCKED
Eider Severely Hurt-
A Cincinnati man visiting in Texas,
on n ranch, was thrown from a nurse
and so severely injured thnt h<s life
was despaired of. He takes pride in
telling how food saved his life. The
heavy drugs given seriously injured
his stomach and ns he says, "I seemed
I would soon have to starve in thc
midst of plonty. My stomach refused
to digest food nnd I ran down from
HW^to 183 pounds. When my appetite
faiieri 1 was ready to give up, and it
looked as though I wonld soon 'wink
out.'
One morning the toieman'sdaughter
brought In what she called a splendid
���food and it turned out tn be drape-
Nuts. A little skeptical I ate it anil
found it was good, anil just the kind
of food I could keep on my stomach
which had boen nlmost binned out by
the vile drugs.
I felt that I had obtained a new
lease of life for iinprovmnnt. set in nt
onoe. A week loter I was weighed
and had gained two pounds. M.v
weight has since steadily increased by
the constant use of Grape-Nuts, nnd
1 am now better than I have been in
years, as my friends will all testify.
In nil kinds of athletic sports I
notice I have a greater reserve force
than formerly, for which I am indebted to drape-Nuts. Taken in moderation it is the greatest food of its kind
in the world, being equally wel]
adapted to athletes and invalids."
Paul Alwln Plats, 19(10 Biglow Ave,
Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, O,
AT THE HOTELS.
Phair.���John McKanc, J. G. Billings, W. F. Alney, Henry Roy, J,
0. Diewry, Rossland; J. C. Harris
and Mrs. Harris, New Denver; W.
Blakemore, Montreal; Fred J. Pei-
rinc, Seattle; J. M. Hannigar,
Helena, Mont; William A. Turner,
Ymir.
Queens���J, W. Creighton, Kaslo;
C. C. Brown, Rossland; G. D. Bell,
Sandon; A. McCallum, Erie; A. J.
Courser, Seattle; S. DcsBrisay, Ymir;
A. A. Buchanan, Grand Porks; P.
McLeod, and wife, Ymir; E. A. G
Robb, Cascade,
nume.���W. W. Armstrong,Toronto;
II. Oiegerich, Kaslo; M. J. Appleby,
Victoria; O. F Riobol, Spokane; A.
L. Davenport, Bnyonnc; Chas. W.
Busko, Kokanee.
Grand Cent.ai.���R. B. Dookstader,
Sandon; M. McDonald, Procter; J.
Grant, Ainsworth ; S. Hunter,    Kaslo.
Madden.���II. McKay, Robson; J. A,
Morrison, Slocan; Prank Iinnna,
Cliesaw,  Wash.
Treinont. ���II. J. Ilaidy, Omaha; R.
II. Schmidt, Oiuahn,
 ��� tf :.l
TELEGRAPHIC TICKS.
Fighting     between    Turkish     and
Armenian     troops   is     reported     at
Sassiiun.
Five bodies from stranded barges
have been washed ashore at Tom
River,  N. J.
Ex-President Cleveland is recovering and will be able to leave his room
in a few days. His temperature is
nguin normui.
A   memorandum   of   ugreement Between Chili and   Argentina   has been
drawn up and will shortly be   signed
There is uot  the   slightest   cause   for
alarm.
Paterson, nn Englishman who had
been secretary of Sexto Lopnz. Agui-
nnldo's agent, refnsed to take the
oath of allegiance to the United Slates
yesterday, and was ordered lo be
deported,
A statement of the property of Wm.
Harsh Rico, the murdered millionaire
of New York, was file! yesterday.
The New York property is valuod at
$3,.11)4,(120, while that In Texas is expected to bring the total np to
$6,000,000,
Teddy   McGovcrn   will   finish    bis
QUEEN DKAGA'S HYSTERICS.
Vienna, Nov. 20.���The Hungarian
papers allege that King Alexander
of Servia desires to divorce Queen
Draga In order that he may marry his
sister-in-law Helen Bcnnewitch and
that this accounts for Queen Draga's
recent hysterical outbreaks.
METAL QUOTATIONS.
Copper���London, ��65. 5s. ; spot,
��64. 10s. ; futures, Now York,
$16.85 to 817 for lake, 810.30 to 810.
02?. for casting.
Lead���London, ��11. 5s. New York
$4.37K.
Silver���London,20 7-8d.; New York
56)60.
��� __ !'
ASTOR BUYS A CASTLE.
London, Nov. 26.���It is now reported that Wm. Waldorf Astor, is the
purchaser of the Battle Abby.
WOMEN AND JEWELS.        ,
Jewels, candy, flowers, man���thnt
is the order of a woman's preferences.
Jewels from a magnet of might power
to the average woman. Even that
greatest of nil jewels, Health, is often
ruined in the strenuous efforts to
make or save the money to pm-chaso
them. If a woman will risk her
health tn get, a coveted gem, then let
her fortify herself against the insidn-
ous consequences of coughs, colds and
bronchial affections by the regular
use of Dr. Boschec's German Syrup.
H will promptly arrest, consumption
in Hb early stages and heal the
affected lungs and bronchial tnbes
and drive the dread disease from the
system. It Is not a cure-nll, but it is
a certain cure for coughs, colds and
all bronchial troubles. You can get
Dr. G. G. Green's reliable remedies ut
W. P. Teetzel Sc Co,'8. Qct Green's
Special Almanac
Clam     Chowder     at   Spear's.���The
Pioneer Caterer.
Arrival and Closing of Malls.
CIoho Arrlvo
��� f   UniUiil Status anil   "1
9.30 a. m. { Eastern  Canada via }   5.20 p, m.
I        8. K. & N. /
{Crow's NiihI  points 1
and Uastern      }   t.oo p, m.
Canada.        ' J
{Revolstokn   anil   \
Main  blno  0. I'. II      10.30 p. in.
wont anil caHt      j
|ll.nu a. in.                 ItiH.limcl            ��� 5.20 p. in
fi.otl p. m,              ltwNlnnil 10,90 p. in.
7,J0n,ni,        Boundary Points   " 10.30 p.m.
lUU ii. in.       Hliii-nii I.nke 1'olnts ' 3.30 p. ni,
f Knslo, Pilot Hay anilt
4,50 p. m. {      Kootenay Lake     ] 11.00 a. m.
I Points ' ]
��ui��� m   /    Balfour Tuesday,    1 ��� ���
US V. m, { Thur��.m>-,   Saturday) ''00 a.m.
'   Kxcepl Sunday.
IT GIRDLES THE GLOBE.
Thc fame of Bucklcn's Arnica Salve,
as the best in the world,extends round
the earth. It's the one perfect healer
of Cuts, Corns, Bruises, Sores, Scalds,
Boils, Ulcers, Felons, Aches, Pains,
and all Skin Eruptions. Only infallible pile cure. 25c a box at Canada
Drug and Book Co.
TABLE LINEN BARGAINS
em now
nave you used healthful Hygenic
Baking Powder, the latest discovery
in chemistry ?
NELSON
OPERA    HOUSE
THURSDAY,
Thanksgiving Day
A complete anil elegant product,   il n of
new version  uf  the   sterling
Comedy-Drama
FOGG'S FERRY
TWENTIETH   SEASON    1882-1901
iola  Pomeroy   and Select  Compnny,
Special Scenery.      18 People
Electrical   Effects.
The Carolina Quartette.
The Torpedo Explosion,
The Great steamboat Scene.
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.
Itii-usliMvr Stanley St.
7,00 a  m, 7.20 a. m.
7 40 8.00
8,20 8.40
9,00 9.20
9.40 10.00
10.20 10.40
11.00 11.00
Twenty minutes until 7.40 p. m.   at
the hour, 20 past and 20 to
IIojiiisIom r Stanley Sl
7.40 p  m 8.00 p. m.
8.20 8.40
9.00 9. so
9.40 10,00
10.40  last rais. 10 20
The 10 p. m. car from Stnnley street
meets the 10,10 p. m. train nt tlie depot,
goes up Stanley street and then to Bo
gustown.
Good lots for sale in Addition "A"
close to Tramlines. For nil information apply ut the Company's oflice
Vernon street.
A. V. MASON
H. & M. BIRD
BROKEN HILL BLOCK,
Money to 1,0:111 ��n Improved Ural Entitle
lit Mortgage* nt s per ccuf.
FOR SALE.
$000.��� Two 4-i'Oomcd houses each
18x22 feet, and one bt in Hume
Addition. Good position. Cash
only, $150, balai.ee 8450 mortgage. A great baigain.
8850. ���House and lot on Observatory
street, west of Josephine street.
Cash 8250,   balance  easy terms.
$3,250.���Eight-roomed house and
three lots io good position,close
to the tram line; terms cash
$1,750, balance straight mortgage at 8 pci cent.
FOR RENT.
817.00.���5-roonied 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
improvemcnts.corner of Stanley
and Mines road.
820.00.���Six-roomed house, cornor of
Stanley and Observatory
streets.
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Oporatlag
KASLO Be 8I.OCAN RAILWAY,
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TRAD  CO  Ltd
ShorUwt and quickest route tn the oast, and al)
points on ���liii O. It. Sc N. and Northern l'a
ctllc Railways in Waihlnuwn, Oroiron and
Southern States.
Time Card Effective August I. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry.
3:30 a. >n.
10:55 p.m. Ar.
IKanlo
Handon
Ar. 4:00 p. m
Lv. 1:15 p. in
Int Nav- & Trading Co-
NKI.KON-UASI.U BOIITK.
5:20 p. ra. Lv. Nelson Ar. 11:00 a. m.
0:10 p. m. Ar. Kaslo Lv. 7:00 a. in.
Connecting at Five Mile Point with Nelson
ic Fort ohoppard Railway both to and from
KlMSIIlllll. otC 	
Tickets sold to all p.irU In Unitod State anil
Canada via Great Northorn and O. lt. 8. N.
Co.'h Unci,
Oooan steamship ticket* and ratos via all
linos will hefui'nlshort on application.
Kor furthor particulars call on or address
ROBKRT IRVING
_ _ " "��na_or. Kanln.il, 0
Q. K TACKAnonv Auont. Nelson B. ft
SORE BACK
rttmbago, pains In thc buck or side, soronaflfl
calling or iiilliiniiiiiilliin Hnd nn standing
ground aftor an application of nminilis' l.tnf.
incut- penotratea In a minute, dlspols tho imin
stotis Iho Hiill'crlng. You will llud It liettur
than pi.i iter .
Mr. Mack Whito. well known trainer of 11,,-
Toronto Lacrosse Club anil OsgoodO Tool hull
dull mil's: "(Irillltlis' Liniment is iini'iiiialliiil
foratlilutcHor those training, I havo usod it
with tho host of success for Hiiro hack, Btljrhost,
KOIIUIOHM, SIII'lUllS llllll all lOrillH Of HWt'lllllI.   ailli
inlhimniation.
Knrsalebv J. F. Vanst/ine  NoIhoii. M O
"HAVE YOU TRIED ?"
Meerschaum Cut   Plug  Smoking
Tobacco.
It's All Right.
sold Everywhere      lOc. per Package.
This lot was bought several months ago,    It' we had to buy tl
they would cost us 20 per cent more than we now ask for them
prices that can hardly fail to interest yon: ' ew
75 yards of fine Bleached Satin  Damask   Table   Linen, warranted
pure Linen, 68 inches wide, new designs, special per yard .
3 pieces of fine Bleached Satin   Damask  Table  Linen,  warranted -II
pure Linen, superior quality, 72 inches wide, newest designs.  our  -I
per yard - - -     " $,'"
Table Napkins���They're always needed and you  can't have too ma
of them at these prices: <n*
10 dozen  Napkins  ot  fine  Satin  Damask    27   inch,  new patterns
special per dozen - ��� - - , $j   '
10 dozen Napkins of fine Satin Damask, new patterns,   warranted all
pure linen, per dozen - - - - - e, ..
15 dozen Napkins of superior  quality   Satin   Damask,  27 inch   new
patterns, warranted all pure Linen, special price per dozen.     -     '$_ 00
KERR & CO.
Cor. Baker & Ward Sts.
Nelson, B. C.
fc
ittfc
I MTarland&BroGkman i
g We have just opened a line of ft.
I SCOTCH   MOTTO  WARE 1
;-��g Very unique in design. �����
S   China Hall Baker Street |
West Kootenay Butcher Co,
ALL   KINDS  OF
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE   AND RETAIL
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.  Manager,
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
"Zbe TRo^al Bank of Gana&a"
Incorporated 1869.
Capital Authorized,
m,'i,iMMi,iMii).iMi I Capital l'alil-up,     ,    .    .     w:.ono.mK>.no
Best, m,;i��i,iiw mi
Board of Directors    Thomas IC. Knntiy,  President;   Thomas rlitohlo, Vino President
Wiley Smith   H. G. Hmild, Hon. David Maokeen.
Head omee, HalMax t
General Manager, Ednon L. Peaue, Montroal.
Superintendent of Branebea, and Seorotary, W. B. Torrance, Halltui,
Branches I
Nova   Seotla-HalKax   Branoh,   Antlgonl-h ttuebee���Montroal,   (City   (Mien),  Montrwi
Bridgowater, Uuysboro. Londonderry, Lu West Knd (Cor. Notre   llnmo nud Bolg-
enbnrg. Maitland (Hants Co.), Dlotou, Port        neurs Street*); Wostinouut ICor. Oreoim
Hawkonbury, Sydney. Shubonacadlc.Truro,        Avenue and St. CatharinoB Street,
Woymouth. Ontario -Ottawa.
Hew    Brunswick ��� Bathuret,     Dorchester, Newronmdland-St John'H.
Frodoncuiii, Kingston |Kont Co.), Mono- Cuba. West ladles��� Havana
ton, Newcastle, Sackville, St, John.Woodstook- S____,W���       ���      i- l   ?���u,   t.   ~m_*
P. E. isIaud-CharlotUJtown, Suuiniorsldo. Bnll*d states-New york Ub Mchnngo 1 laca
ltepublio, Wash.
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Grand   Forte, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vancouver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria
T^sTlS.rtSnSJ'ri^S'^ Shawmut Bank.  Cfaleaco���Illinois
___\S_ Part?"��%_:. *��_?,'���. cl�����r]!'i���t National Bank. London, Kns.-Bank of
SSSrwono_Y��_ ������ f 3�� __$*?�� ty ?""als- Bermuda-Bank of Bermuda. Wilnii uml J��'
pan-Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Spokane-Old National Hunk.
Ueneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchan���e B��u_h
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager. Nelson. B.C.
T8?_**��
DON'T BUY ELSEWHERE
Before calling nnd seeing nur
largo assorted stock of
Furniture and Carpets
A  carload  of Newoat Rtylea in Iron
ami Brass Beds.   See out new styles
Morris Oliuirs.   R ckers nnd   Upholstered Ooiids
D. M'ARTHUR
& CO.
CALL ON  THE
NELSON WINE CO.
QAL&ME& Tl'J' iftno fe_|
Sffii 0,i ,_�������_}_'*<'���'��� Also try' our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIQARS.
FRANK A. TAMBLYN. M	
ToleohonoM Baker St,. Nelson
A. R. HEYLAND,
P. L. S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lnger
Beer and Porter.
DBOP IH AND SEE OS
��UI��na   B. O
Mineral al-'in.^ and
mines sutveyed.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Hortsage
WsoV0 ��' U fcraR0* Bak.r It
West Transfer Co.
N. f. MACLEOD, MANAGER.
Goal m Wood
Best  Fir and  Tamarac  Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Office on   Balrsr Street
Tol
If there is anything r��*te$'>_��i_t-
<or it in    b�� aolumn ��* the Min*'

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