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 Daily Edition No.  1288
Nelson,  British  Columbia, Wednesday,   March 12, 1902
Eleventh   Year
Expenses With Balance
Interesting Report Submitted
to Annual  Meeting
The annual general mooting of the
Kootenay Lake Geeneral Hospital
society was held yesterday afternoon
in the Hoard of Trade rooms. Those
present were Messrs. F. Bailey, F.
Fletcher, F. W. Swannell, Dr. Arm-
stiong, T. G. Procter, H M. Fuller-
ton, Thomson, D. McArthur, S. P.
Tuck, sheriff, B. Robertson, Dr. D.
Labau, H. R. Cameron,S. M. Rrydges,
.1. A. Turner, J. M. Lay, Dr.Quinlan,
George Johustouo, D. ,1. Robertson,
F. Starkey, C. W. Husk, W. P. Tierney, J. Gibson.
The minutes of the preivous meeting wero road and accepted. Tlie
president then read his report whioh
was as follows:
Gentlemen,���I have niuLdi pleasnre
in presenting to yon the annual report
for tho yoar 1001, giving tho results of
the operating of our hospital for that
period and for your own and tho gen-
eral public's Information, what the
present board has accomplished.
At the commencement of the year,
the directors had to faoe a debt of
about $3,10!), outside of the current
accounts, whioh hnd been incurred
during the previous year in the erection of the cottngo adjoining the main
hospital. We were fortunate enough
to obtaiu an increased grant from
both the city and the government for
building purposes whioh enabled us
to clear off this debt and complete
the furnishing of tho new building.
During tbe year our revenue from all
sources was lis,249,71 and this you
will see by the treasurer's accounts
was practically all expended. Only a
small b-ilan u rem lined on hand. The
cost of operating the hospital for the
year was in round figures $14,000.
The balance of rooeipts was expended
on building and furuiture accounts.
The steady increase of expenditure
speaks for itself as to tho growing
needs of increased hospital uoccmmo-
dation in this section. I might remark that this hospital is not, I ronton
fairly at all times bv tbe outlying
towns. Although there nre other
hospitnls in the district, we tiud that
there is a groit tendency to send
pauper patients, who are liable to bo
tedious cases, from all sections to this
hospital���in some cases even lisking
the lives cf the patients. One very
unfortunae case happened lately. A
patient named Bradley was sent from
New Denver to this hospital suffering
from a severe attack of typhoid fever
aud Cied shortly after admittuco. I
understand that there are two institutions in that section that have ar-
rangemento to receive government aid
to treat such cases,when tho necessary
authority ean be obtained lo admit
them. This is a matter where the
governmont should issue proper instructions. I mention this . as yonr
diieetorsfoel that eaoh section should,
as far as possible, look aftor its indigent sick.
We have treated duriug the year 11(17
patiouts, discharged MS, died 17, remaining 22.
The number of days tieatmont
7,210, average number of patients
treated per diein 10.77, average cost of
maintenance per capita per diem
With reference to tho cost of main"
tenanco, I might say that the now
cottage, although a very useful building���owing to its not boing connected
to the main building, is a very serious
cause of extra expense���necessitating
at least two extra nurses and an extra
expenso of practically $1,000 per
The staff employed during Ibe year
comprises: House physician, throo
trained nurses, four probationers, one
janitor, and two cooks.
The growth of tbo district forces
upon us the great need of a new wing
to the main hospital. This certainly
will nave to be the aim of tbo board
r tho future. Last year tbe grounds
were fenced and other improvements
I   would   placo   the   assets  of  the
society as   follows:     Main   building,
cottage and land, $18,0S0;   equipment
jand furniture, 82,000.     Total, 820,000
Taking tho operation   for   the   year I
on the whole, I think that your directors are to be congratulated in having
, beon able to make both   ends  meet���u
HOSpllal   Board   MeetS   Extra I very difficult matter in public institu-
, tion of this kind.     All   of   which   is
| respeotfully submitted.
The treasurer, F. W. Swannell,
submitted the following audited financial statement:
Trust account, 81.4",; donations,
8073-02; paying patieuts, 87,188.10; C.
P.R.steamboat dues,$1,004.05; governmont grant for maintenance, $2,.100;
annual subscriptions, $000; monthly
subscriptions, $11; eemi-anual sub-
tcription, $00; city grant for maintenance^ ,500. Yalo Lumber Co., $428.50;
Porto Rico Lumber Co., $122. Total,
Drugs, $1,010.18; meat, $044.34; diy
goods, $220.40; laundry $1,542.85;
bread, 8225.20; fuel,$022.57 ; groceries,
$:;,035.90; milk, $738.75; ice, $00.35;
stationery, $77.00; salaries, $4,870.43;
crockery, $35 30; plumbing, 8153.73;
advertising, 817; interest, $07.10;
painting, $88.10; telegrams, $2.20;
spirits, $184.80; printing, $5; rent,
$300; soda water, $22.75; repairs,
$100.72; light, 205.92; scavenging,
823.25; general expense, 8187.70. Total
cost of operating, $14,162.85.
Hal. from Revenue aocount, $580.80:
government grant for building,$3,000;
city grant for building, $500. Total
of all receipts, $18,249.71.
Building detloit from 1900,82,012.28;
building expenditure for 1000, $253.43;
furniture expenditure for 1900,
8787.30; operating equipment from
1000, 852.85���Total capital expenditure
incurred in 1000 and paid in 1901,
$3,105.95; building expenditure,
$123.79; furniture,! 147.35; fencing and
sidewalks. 8313.75; awnings and
sciocns, 84.05; operating equipment,
$81.43; fire protection, $145. 05; total
capital expenditure incurred in 1001,
$816.47. Cash advanced to hospital
staff, 8107.85; balance in bank, $50.50.
Total, $18,249.71.
I hereby certify that I have examined the books of tlie Kootenay Lake
General Hospital society, for the year
ending 28th February, 1002, aud find
that tbe above is a correct statement
of the receipts and expenditures
entored therein.
F. W.   LAING,
The election of tbe board of directors for the year resulted in the return
of the following, with the votes out
of a total ot 24: J. A. Turner, 20; J.
M. Lav, 19; T. G. Procter, 19; J.
Lawrence, 19. The terms is for two
In discussing the grant from the
government Mayor Fletchei said that
they were bringing down a bill to
regulate the grants to hospitals
throughout the province which would
result in a material iucrease to the
Nelson institution.
A vote of thanks to the retiring
members of the board was moved by
Dr. Armstrong, seconded by T. G.
Toronto Council Throw Out!
American Tender Though j
Marter' Gives New Turn to
Prohibition Referendum.
Three Arrests for Impersonation In Victoria Elections.
Toronto,Mnreli 11.���The cily council
laat night by a voto of 22 to 2 voted
against giving a contract for street
paving to a Chicago firm, because it
was au American firm, despito the faot
that the firm's tender was the   lowest.
Mr. Marter, Conservative, gave a
new turn to the prohibition question
in the leigslature last night by proposing that the plebiscito be taken at
the general election as to whether the
people desired the submission of tbe
probibition bill to tbe referendum.
If the people voted against submission
there would be no necessity for a
separate vote on a separate day at
great cost.
The premior said that the matter
might be considered before the bill
came up again.
The master painters have decided
to declare a lockout on March 17, if
the employees persist in their demands for increased wages.
The plumbers and gas litters aro
asking lor a minimum rate of 37 1-2
cents an hour and an eight hour day.
Wm. Boyd, 55 years, a laborer,
who frequented the Salvation Army
lodging bouse, was found dead on thc
floor of an upper room last night.
Death was due to natural causes.
Painters here threaten to strike on
17th unless thoy get increase of 25 to
30 cents an hour and nine hours for
day instead of eight.
Grand Forks Passes Strom Resolution
on Representation.
Grand Porks, Marcn 11���At a
largely attended special meeting of
the board of trado held this aiternoon
a strong resolution urging the provincial government to grant immediately, as a measure of justice, Wo
representatives to the Boundary district in the provincial legislature
was adopted. The resolution sets
forth various reasons why independent
representation should be granted,
notably laying stress upon the large
and rapidly increasing population of
the district and its enormous contributions to the provincial revenue.
In accordance with the resolutioe F.
Doberei, president of the board of
trade tonight wired Hun.Smith Curtis,
the member for Rossland riding, in
wbich tho Boundary is at present
included, requesting bim to bring the
matter to the immediate attention of
the government. Public sentiment
throughout the Boundary on tho question of increased representation is
���very strong.
London,     Marcli     11. ���Robert     A.
Douglas, stationary engineer, 00 years
old, dropped dead on Sunday.
Hearty Reception of Prince Henry
Augurs Well For Good Feeling,
Berlin, March 11.���The semi-official
North German Gazette, commenting
this evening on the departure of
Princo Henry of Prussia from tbe
United States referred iu the warmest
terms to the generous hospitality and
unvarying courtesy and good will extended to the Emperor's representative
and continued : In the strengthening
of tbe traditional friendly relations
between the two grent powerful and
progressive nations, in the renewal of
the old confidence, we couple in our
thoughts with gratitudo the ooutless
American men and women who everywhere gave Prince Henry . joyful
welcome coming from sincere hearts.
It is just these perlectly spontaneous
demonstrations of friendship, coming
trom all classes of a proud people,
that give us confidence tbat the good
feeling which has been engendered
and manifested both here and over
thers by the visit to the land of
George Washington, will continue is
influence on the relations between
the German empire and the United
States politically untroubled as they
are in any way, to the advantages of
both peoples.
Independence  of Manchuria
Essential to Order In
Protest to President They Want Only
Civilized Warfare.
Washington, March 11.���C. H. Wcs-
sels and A. D. Wolmarans, tlie Boer
delegates in the United States, had a
talk with President Roosevelt today,
at the conclusion of thc cabinet meet-
ing. They called to pay their respects
and to say good byo, as thoy will
ltave for Europe on tho 29th.
During thc oouise of their interview
thoy said tnat theyy desired to pirtio-
ulaily make known to the President
that they did not ask for, desire or
expect intervention on the part of this
or any other country. What they
��ant and what was laid before thc
American government, Mr. Wessels
said, was a request that civilized war-
faro be insured in South Africa.
President Kruger is not seeking intervention in Europe, be ooneluiled, and
all stories of tbat kind may be denied
whenever tbey are heard. The Boon-
have nothing to lose ano all to gain
by keeping up this fighting. They
may call it guerilla war if they want,
but it ia at least human warfare
Victoria, March 11.���John .lames,
John Johnson and Albert Fan I ker,
believed to bo sailors from a deep
wnter ship in Royal roads, were
arrested Yesterday for impersonation,
at the instance of J, H Lawson and
Dr. Jones, two of Ilodwell's scrutineers. The chargo against Fuulkor
was diopped but the other two were
up tolay. the first charged with impersonation and the other with oon-
spiring to impersonate. The charge
wns remanded till Friday.
The official recount of the election
closed at noon today, the return
being: Prior, 1,530; Hodnell, 1,484,
majority for Prior, 55.
The house toduy continued tho discussion of the speech from the throne
after Col. Prior had been introduced
by Dunsmuir and Wells amid loud
beers. Hunter spoke for the government and Curtis replied at length,
slating the Martinites for ineonsisi-
ency, attacking the premier's position
in selling his railway, while still
premier, to the Canada Northern, and
declaring in favor of the referendum
before any valuable concessions are
made by the government, as well as
thu referendum on whether the Coast-
Kootenay road be undertaken as a
government oi a competitive railway.
He submitted an amendment to the
address declaring the Canada Northern terms unsatisfactory, while declaring for the railway; declaring for a
line to the north end of Vancouver
island with a branch to Alberni with
control of rates, tor immediate work
on the Coast-Kootenay line, and for
tho re-enactment of anti-Oriental
Tho session olosed in unseemly recriminations over alleged advances
made by the present opposition
through Curtis last session to the old
opposition to defeat the government.
Curtis denied doing anything dishonorable and McPhillips, Garden,
Helmcken, Murphy, Fulton, Greon,
llayward denied boing concerned in
any conspiracy.
Prince Konoye, president of the
Japanese house of peers, recently gave
the Japan Advertiser an interview on
the' Manchurian question. As the
head of the National Union league
and founder of the Toyo, edited
weekly under the style of too Kipon
Shu Ho.he hns taken a prominent part
in a protest against Russia's territorial plans on Chinese soil.
Japan wiil never consent to a Russian Mauchuria, said the princo. On
this point the government is absolutely determined. Nor should wc
hesitate to tako recourse to armed
remonstrance, were Russia to continue
in her recent semi-defiant attitude.
We havo tie sympathy of both the
United States and Great Britain in
this matter, and know what wo are
doing. Japan has no objection whatever to Russia's leasing Port Aithur.
It does not, and would not, in any
way menace our interests. As far as
tho trans-Manchurian railway, wo
regard its construction with lively
satisfaction. In that it will unquestionably serve to open now fields Iji
foreign industrial and commercial
But Russia would have to muintain
troops along the nil 1 wny in order to
keep it from any attack on the part of
tho natives. Would Japan object to
Russian troops in Manchuria fcr tllis
purposo? Not at all. Where the presence of such troops is necessitated, as
is the case with the railway, Japan
would never objeot to their presence,
but Russia's great territorial army on
Chinese soil must be withdrawn
beyond the frontier and that without
further loss of time.
That province must be kept entirely
under Chinese control, not only because of its mineral and other wealth,
but also as being the birth place of
the present Chinese dynasty Con-
tinned occupation of any foreign
power whatever would mean ine
downfall of the   present   dynasty and
subsequent revolution and anarchy,
I am convinced that the tenure of
Manchuna as a Chinese Btate ls positively necessary to the maintenance
nnd continuance of the present Chinese
What is thought in Japan of the
attitude taken by the United States in
this connection, was asked.
It is viewed wilh gratitude and
respect. The United Stales has fiom
tho first, insisted on the open door
policy for nil nations, nnil a Russian
Manchuria would be directly opposed
to such a policy. We have implicit
confidence ill the bona fides of the
United States in this matter ns in
others, and are persuaded thnt the
United States will back ni up in the
stand we huve taken. Tho United
States is, we hold, the one absolutely
unselfish and strictly just power. We
have had frequent proofs of tbe correctness of this view.
The stenmer Toga Mnru which
arrived from Yokahnmn this afternoon
bad a very rough trip across the
Pacific, being tilown from coast to
coast and suffering considerable dnni-
age on deck, which were washed by
heavy seas. She brought ovor the crew
of tbo American ships,. J. H. Walker,
which was foui months iu ranking
the trip Irom Manila, to Yokohama,
her cruw being paid off nt the latter
Hon. Col. Prior,the new minister of
mines, took his bent in the legislature
Lord   Kitchener  to   Lead a
Troop  to   Capture
The Crimes Act Not to Be
Enforced  for  the
Fred Lowden Perishes and Chris Sher-
beit Frostbitten on Achilles Group.
A distressing accident occurred a
short distance above the Mollie Gibson
mino on March 8, news of which
reached tho oity only yesterday. Fred
Lowden and CLris Sherbert went up
to the Achilles group about four
weeks ago to do development work on
those claims and tho two wero living
in a cabin. This property is reached
from the Mollie Gibson mines by a
tiail about 4,000 feet in length and at
this season of the year none pass that
From the Information that was sent
to Nelson yesterday by telephone it
appears that on Saturday night last a
snow slide oame down burying the
cabin in which the two mon were
under several feet of snow. Lowden
was pinned in by the snow and
smothered and his companion never
afterwards knew exactly what happened to him. Sherbert after desperate efforts succeeded after 3(1 hours
work in getting freo from the collapsed cabin aud with difficulty mado
the best progr.ss he could, half walking and half crawling, toward the
Mollie Gibson mine, shouting for help
as ne went. Tho men at the mine
heard his cries, came to his assistance
and took him to tbo mine. He remained there till yesterdayjaftcrnoon
when he was taken to McGuire's
ranch by the mine people. In the
meantime they had gone to the cabin
where they dug out Lowden, who was
''ead, they could but surmise how
long. His remains were taken to the
mine nud then tr McGuire's with
Sherbert, The latter was rather
badly frozen about the hands and [oet.
On the news being telephoned to
Nelson, Dr. Hawkey and Provincial
Constable Young, went up to Mc-
Guiro's on tho stenmer' International
to render what, assistance they could
to the Injured man, and to learn the
facts of what bad ooourrod. Sherbert
was somewhat better when they got
there and be uud Lowden's remains
wore brought down late last night by
the steamer Halys.
Lowden was about -In yeais of age
and has been in Nelson since 1H02,
Ho has been prospector und miner
since, among the properties he has
discovered being the Copperhead group
on Crawford creek. Ho was not a
partn.'i- in tho Achilles but in this
instance was taking the place uf
another in doing some work on it. He
was a particularly muscular mnn, of
those sterling qualities tbat gained
bim the resepct of nil whu knew bim.
Ho waB a brother of Cliff Lowden.
formerly a member of the Nelson Fire
Winnipeg, Mnrch 11,���Ovor 100 car-
laads cf settlor's effects from tho east
have passod through this eity en ionte
for the west over the C.P.R. since yesterday morning. Colonists aro passing
through tbe oity daily.while a greater
number nro entering the territories
ovor the Soo lino at Portal, Th
cheaper government nnd ruilway lands
are being snapped up quickly and
settled on by incoming settlers.
London, Maroh IS.���Tbe Daily
Chronicle understands tbat Lord
Kitchener will bo relieved of much
administrative work in South Africa
to unable him to take thu field in
person and lend a large nn noted force
in nn endeavor to capture DeWet. The
Chronicle is also informed that when
he is released, General Methuen will
not asuuiuc any fuither military com-
mand in South Africo. A casualty
list shows thnt four officers wero
killed and ten wounded, including
General .Mi-1hucn,dangerously.
At the cabinet meeting today it was
decided that the time bad not yet arrived for enforcing the drastic clauses
of tbe Crimes Act. For the present,
therefore, there will be no pioclama*
tion of tbe United Irish league. t The
government's now land bill will be
introduced next week in thc House of
Commons, by George Wyndham. the
chief secretary for Ireland, and it Is
understood that his view prescribed in
tbo cabinet that coercion should be
avoided as far as possible until it is
seen whether this bill will have tho
effect of tranquiliziim Ireland, that it
would be injudicious to revive the
recriiniuatioii about coercion at the
moment of introducing the new bill.
Newfoundland   Men   (let  a Small Increase in Pay.
St.   John's,   Nfld., Maroh   11,���The
sealers' strike here is ended and the
sealing steamers have sailed for the
ice Hoes.
After the men refused tbo owners'
offer this afternoon, public opinion
strongly condemned tbem in view of
the concessions accorded by the owners. Somo crews then withdrew from
the majority and decided to accept
the owners' terms. The police
afforded these men protection and
enabled the owners and crews to reach
the ships in spite of the threatening
overtures of the strikers. In the
meanwhile tbe feeling had spread and
scores ot men joined the other ships.
The aggressive strikers bonrded these
vessels and drove tbe men ashore.
The steamer Aurora which was lying
in midstream secured enough men to
prevent the aggressive strikers from
coming on board Gradually contingents joined the other ships. Al.
length the committee of the strikers
seeing that tho situation was getting
beyond thoir control, decided to acci pt
tho owners' terins and Ordered the
strike off. The committee directed all
the men to juin tlieir ships.aud within
two hours nil the ships had crews and
put to sea. * Tho terms of settlement
ure that the men shall get S3.50 ns
against 11.25 last year per hundred
weight for seals. They ulso get Ireo
berths ns against the former charge oi
fl) each.
Because Its Mother Took It Away   tho
llnshiind Cut Her Throat.
Camden, N. J., Macrb II.���Ilecause
he was unable to obtain possession of
his child, Lafayette Gruff, aged 21,
of Gloucester, N. J., today cut the
throat of his wif:1, aged 10 yenrs, killing her instantly. He then fired a
shot from a revolver nt his seven
month old child, Katio, but the bullet
missed its murk, and lodged in the
head of Mrs, Susan Gowiu, Mrs.
Gruff'n aunt, aged 55 years, with
whom tho young woman was temporarily residing,
Tho trngjdy was enacted at West-
mount, about foui miles from thiB
city. Mis. Gowle'fl conoition is
critical. Gruff was arrested at Gloucester some hours after Uio murder.
Mrs. Gruff left her husband becuuse
of his alleged ill treatment and with
btr baby sought shelter in tho home of
Mrs. Gowie. Her husband visited ber
Tuesday night and abducted hor
daughter bnt Mrs.Gruff on the following day recovered the little one.
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WW*  '"' m-. f I Nklson   Daily Miner,   Wednesday,   March 12,  igoa
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inch ��.*:ich insertion Left* tli'in month; Locals, II,
ccntM per lino each Iniertlon; Olafftinod Advertisements l conl por won eaoh Insertion;
Wholesalo Cards, $'2.60 per month: Society
Cards* |2.60 por month.
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Wii-li., keep thin paper on Hie, and are our
authorized agoutH for advorUriomenta and nub-
The above Reward will be paid to
anyone giving evidence that will con
vlct persons of stealing The Miner from
our subscriber's doors.
In the W'itwatersrand in South
Africa some deep boring* have recent
ly been made. The Mouth African, a
paper published there says: "In our
issue of August 10 of last year we
recorded thc striking of the main reef
series by a diamond diill at a depth
of 4,825 feet, and gave many interesting details. In the second borehole
to tbo west the main reef was subsequently encountered at a depth of
4,842 feet, thus confirming tbe con
clusiou based on the success of the
first borehole that the whole forma
tion continues to a depth far beyond
that calculated on till the diamond
drill ended the controversy. After
striking the reef iu the second boro-
hole too work was continued to a
depth of 5,083 feet, doubtless with
the object of comparing the formation
underlying tho main reef sories at
this point witn that cut in No. 1
On this continent the miners are
working at the great depth reached by
tbe diamond drill in Suuth Africa,
ln ihe Calumet and Becla in Michigan miners are taking out ore from
a mile below the surface and making
a prollt op it. The Yellow Jacket
���shnft in Virginia City, Nevada, is down
3,220 feet aud thoro is another mine
on the same lode that pierces the
bowels of the earth 3.3Q1) feet. The
War Eagle shall in the Rossland camp
ls dowu about 1,41)0 feet. The Last
Chance tunnel taps the ledge at a
vertical depth of 1,000 foet. There
should be no insuperable difficulties
experienced in .South Africa iu mining at the depth of practically a mile
which is about thc distance reached
downward by tbo diamond drill.
There is always an increase iu heat
with depth, but this increase is not
always the same. Different degrees
of neat are experienced in different
localities. The miners in the .'uluinet
and Ilecla work a mile below tho
Miliar,, without any great discomfort,
It iB true theio ia considerable heat
but it is not as great as it is on the
C-jmstock lode ut 3,000 foet. There
the beat is so intense that it is almost
unbearable. The formation on the
Comstoek seems to slake out when exposed to tho combined action of air
and wntor like lime under tho inllu-
enco of the same elements and the
water coming from tbo rock steams
with heat as it is emitted. Minors
operating machine drills in some of
the hotter drifts could only work
fifteen minutes at u time and then
were compel led to go to u less heated
portion of the mine to cool olf. Il
was like a continuous Turkish bath.
It took three sets of mou to operate
one machine drill ou n s'tiift, as while
one set was working tho other two
were cooling oil' and icstiug from tho
extioiue exhaustion oiUBBd by working  iu  so  hot  an  atmosphere.   In
addition to this the wnter came iuto
{he workings in large quantities and
the coi-t of pumping was large. The
lodo was rich at 11,000 foet. but the
costs of keeping thc water out and of
mining were so great tlmt tho lodo
Was finally abandoned until recently
when cheap powor wns put into ui.e
for uwatering purposes, bnt the success so far attained bus not been very
great. In the Calumet and lleala the
heat is not so great and the volume of
water is uot large and for these
reasons tbe mines can be worked at a
prollt for :.\000 feet deeper than is the
case on tho Comstoek.
In Mouth Africa if the conditions
are found favorable at the depth
reached by the diaonicd diill there is
no ffiaSOU why they cannot be operated down to 5,500 feet and perhaps
at considerably below that point.
When compared with the Calumot
and Ilecla the depths reached in the
Kootenays aro small, and show that
wc have but little moro thnn got outside   of   thc   zone   of   surface distur-i
bauces in our deepest mines. It ia the
opinion of ruining experts that the
mines of the Kossiand camp can be
operated at a profit to at least a depth
ol 5,500 feet. There is but little ~ater
and the increase in the heat as tho
shafts are driven down is very small.
In some of thc Boundary and Slocan
mines the same conditions prevail,
and it is probable that tbey can be
operated to similar depths. It will
take many years yet, however, before
any ol tbe mines of the province will
have shifts which stretch from the
surface iuto the bosom of Mother
Karth ior a distance of a mile.
The election of Hon. E. G. Frior,
minister of mines in tho Dunsmuir
government, to the seat in^tlie vacant
Victoria riding, is considerable of a
disappointment to those who wished
to see the defeat of the present ministry. The return of E. V. Ilodwell
would, it is certain, have been of
material aid in giving stability to the
government and in restoring the lost
prestige of the provinco. There is not
so muoh opposition in the interior to
Col. Prior individually as there is
because of the fact that he is a part
and parcel of the discredited Dunsmuir government.
Mr. Dunsmuir and his colleagues
recognized the fact most clearly that
they were tottering to a fall and
unless Col. Prior was elected that
their cause was hopelessly lost.
Therefore lhe premier, the members of
the cabinet and those supporting the
government strained every nerve to
elect Col. Prior and won by a rather
narrow majority. Had the election
been conducted on normal lines without tbe lease of life,of the ministry
being dependent upon its outoome
there ia no doubt whatever Mr. Ilodwell would have won. He is an able,
popular and patriotic citizen who
earnestly desires to see the commonwealth prosperous aud had he been
elected ho would have done a great
deal towards giving tbe country
what it neons, a restoration ol its
former prosperity.
However, Col. Prior is elected and
thereby the government has secured a
short renewal of the lease of life, as
Col. Prior, being a veteran politician
and withal a man of considerable
popularity, may be able to induce
some of the wavering legislators to
become for n brief period the supporters of tho government. The government, however has no attributes
that will insure its longevity.
Tbe bad condition ol affairs in the
present bouse and in two or three that
preceded it must lead all to the conclusion that there is something radically wrong when such a deporable
stato attains for so long a period. The
evils aio due to the absence of party
lines. As the members are at present
elected they owe no allegiance to
party and are free and unplodgcd aud
not subject to party discipline and
they feel at liberty to do as their
fancy dictates and the result is kuown
to all. It makes tbu house a mere
meeting place for fighting out personal feuds and public business is
wol'ully neglected.
With party lines and party discipline each member could be pledged
to carry out certain principles, and
would bo amenable to party discipline
and knowing this, would be more
anxious than at preseut to perform
effective work for tho constituents.
The result would be less quarreling,
mote woik and thought given to legislation aud in a short time there
would be a government in tile saddle
in whicb the people of the province
ns well as the investors iu the financial
centers of tho world would have the
utmost confidence. Then capital
would pour in from all sides for investment and this would cause a
resumption of the prospetity which
characterized the province four or fivo
years since. The introduction of
party linos cannot be much longer
delayed, and that it would bring
about a much hotter condition of
affairs than at present attains is
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Curtis in which hu stntes that he is
surprised nt lho notion of tho Associated boards of trade iu asking that
the Uoundary country bo given but
one representative. It is his opinion
that the Boundary should bave two
representatives, one for tho Grand
Forks Mining division and the other
for the Kettle Hiver Miuing division,
wilh the possible addition of the territory extending as far west as Lake
Okanagan. These divisions are growing rnpidly in importance and each is
entitled to a representative. Tho
(Irand Forks division includes the rich
agricultural section in the vicinity
ot (hand Foilis, the valuable miuos
along tho Kettlo river, in the neighborhood of Eholt and in tlie section
tributary to Christina lake. Tbe
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many valuable mines, with the prom
ising country to the west has ii population large  enough  and is of sufllei-
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ent importance to entitle it to n sepnr-
ate representative. Tho Associated
boards of trado made several mistakes
in policy, as shown in the resolutions
adopted, and not the leust of them
is the one requesting but one representative for the Uoundary. Why did
not the Uoundary delegates look nftor
their own interests more closely?
They had othor tlsh to fry and apparently in their eagerness to havo them
well cooked they seemed to have overlooked a mattur of great Importance
to the poople whom they were sent to
represent. It is important, in view
of some of the mining legislation
already on the statute books and also
whon some of the legislation recommended by the associated boards of
trade Is considered, that tbu mining
sections be properly repiesouied in the
legislation assembly.
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Oity of Nelson to he held after the expiration of thirty days from the date
hereof, for 11 transfer of the retail
liquor license now hold by me lor the
Royal hotel, situate on Stanley street
in the City of Nelson, on lots 3 and 4,
block 211, subdivision of lot 05, group
1, West Kootenay district to Sol Johns,
nf too City of Nelson,
Witness: Tt. A. McFarland,
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Heeond $H5 and Upwards according to steamer
arid location of berth. Steerage Quoted ou application. Prepaid passages from England and
the continent at IovvckL rates.
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information apply to City Ticket offlce
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Will pay the highest oaso price for all
kinds ot seoond baud goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, caiperM,
cooking utensils, bought in household
Quantities. Also oast off clothing.
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Street, Nelson, II. 0.
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���  >_________��{}'* Nelson   Daily  Miner, Wednesay, March 12, 1902
Editor Miner,���I was very much
surprised to seo that at the meeting of
tbe Associated boards of trade at
Kaslo, a resolution was passed asking
that the Boundary country be givm
but one representative in the leca
I have, ever since I have been in
the legislature, been advocating that
the Kottle River Alining division,with
the possible addition of territory ex
tending to Lake Ouanagan, be given a
representative; also that the Grand
Forks Mining division be given a
There is no doubt at all that each
of these rapidly growing divisions
should have representation in tbe
Douse wbea a redistribution bill is
brought down ; and it is too bad that
the delegates to tho Associated boards
from these divisions should have permitted any such resolution as that
whioh passed to come beforo the Associated boards.
I hope that the press will start a
campaign Ior two representatives for
the Boundary oountry, and strengthen
my hands in demanding what is unquestionably tho right of that district,
ou account of population, rapid
growth, and large mining and commercial interosts. I am, your faithfully, SMITH CURTIS.
Victoria, B. C, March li, 1902.
3,000 barrels of men's suits���The
Wallace-Miller brand���jour size, your
price and pattern to please you are
here.    Call in.
Thc tonsorial establishment of J.
H. Matheson and the basement shop
of McMahon anil Gardner have consolidated and are now doing business
next door to the Bodega saloon, where
they will be pleated to meet old and
new oustomers,
Slops Ml,' CoilKll
ami,' Worts olT tliv. Cold*
laxative Bioino-Qiiinine Tablet." curo   acold
nonotbiy.   NoUurc, noPay.   Prico 25 ccnui.
Copenhagen, March 11.���The Folke-
thing committee met in executive
session today, and voted by a large
majority in favor of the ratification of
the trenty providing for tho salo of the
Danish West Indian islands to the
United States.
White Bread Makes Trouble With Some
Loading up with whito bread and
starchy ci-roals is quite suie to ultimately bring oil some disorder of the
bowels, and is frequently tho cause of
The starches aro uot digested in the
upper stomaoh but aro treated in the
duodonum and from thero on down
through tlio whole length of the
bowels. Consequently, if too muoh
starchy food is usod, particularly
white bread, trouble is likely to set
up. White broad does not contain the
diastatie prinoiples which nature
placed in the wheat berry to help
digest starch, but the white flcur
miller leaves that part out.
Grape-Nuts Breakfast Food was perfected purposely to supply the starch
���of the cereals and the other parts
intended by Nature for use, and presents tbem to the body in a form that
will easily be digested. In fact the;
are predigested by a natural nieanB
during the process of manufacture, so
that one can get all the energy aud
value from that sort of food without
overloading the organs.
A man from Brantford, Out., says:
"For the first twentj years ol my life
I lived out of doors, thou I took up
my present employment, which is
indoors, and requires tho exorcise of
the brain rather than the body.
Gradually a languid feeling took
possession of me, which developed into
dyspopsia and later into constipation.
These conditions continued for several years in spite of pills and laxatives without number. After a time I
began to suffer from great lack ot
vitality and from time to time with
cramns in the bowels wbich usually
laid nio up for three or four days.
Finally the physician discovered that
1 was on the point of appendicitis
After one ol these severe attacks,
about six mouths ago, a neighbor
brought in part of a package of Grape-
Nut t" try, and 1 noticed good results
from the flrst, and havo continued to
use the Food in place of white bread
una ceroal I formerly usod.
I have gained eousiderubly in
weight, feel much better than I have
in years, my complexion has cleared
up, digestion is good, and I have not
had a cramp since starting; but more
important than all else, I notico a
distinct clearness of miud subtained
by an energy and nerve force that I
have not known before.
1 havo learned an exceedingly valuable Icsbon in living aud will not.
hereafter, load myself down with food
requiting too muoh bulk to supply a
sufllciout amount of nourishment us I
used to. This lesson in moderation
in diet, aud knowing how to select
proper food is wortli everything to
me." Name furnished by Postum Co.,
Rattle Creek, Mich.
(I. 0. Buchanan Thinks Province Now
Learning in Experience's Schcol.
G. O. Buchanan, of Kaslo, was iu
the city yesterday previous to leaving
for Oltawa as one of the three delegates who were appointed to present
to the Dominion government the
views of the Associated boards of
trace. The other delegates are James
Cronin, of Moyie, and W.li.Aldridge,
of the Trail smelter. Speaking of the
subjects that would he discussed with
the ministry, Mr. Buchanan mentioned tlie readjustment of tho bounty
on the refining of lead, the imposition of a duty on lead products and
the dividing of tho riding of Vale-
Kootenay-Caiiboo into two ridings to
be diyided by the Columbia river,
and the holding of an election at an
early date so that that portion of tbe
country might nave representation to
wbich it is eutitled before the time of
the next general election,
Theso matters have been discussed
fully at the convention of the boards
and he thought that something would
be done. The tone of the mine operators in the Slocan was more hopeful
than in times'past and if they got just
a little more for their lead there
would be a very large output. Owing
to the high duty on lead shipped into
the United States tho advantages of
that market cannot be procured for
the Canadian mines and when the
lead is sold in England or China it
would come into competition with the
cheapest lead produced anywhtre in
the world.
The larger mines of the Slocan, Mr.
Buchanan said, were showing up well
with development so that there was no
fault with tbe country. Among those
making the beet showing were the
Rambler-Cariboo wbich looked likely
to become the largsst mine of the
Slocan,or, at least,would be surpassed
Hy only the Slocan Star. Tlie Ruth
was again ready to send out oie and
other mines were looking good
Recently there have been some slides.
On Saturday last Mr. Buchanan added
everything came down that was loose
and in consequence the roads were
bad and it was likely that shipments
would be low for some time to come.
Speaking of the Victoria election
Mr. Buchanan was of the opinion that
tho people of this province had not yet
had enough of the non-descript governments that it has had for the past
few years and he thought that after
the people had worried along
with tne same state of affairs for a
few years moro, they would be in the
humor to be more careful as to the
qualifications oi the men who were
sent to the legislature. For his part
he did not look for much change from
the old condition of affairs as the
result of thc election in Victoria.
Advertisement* tosertod nnder this head at
the rate of one co.it a word per Insertion. No
advertisement taken for leH6 than 25 renin.
Situation Wanted advertisements Inserted
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Wanted���Waiter.     Baker.     Woman
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HELP of all kinds wanted and
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MEN WANTED���On     Crow's      Nest
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Guthrie Sc Co.
Foster Crafts,of Charles*own, Mass.
write home as soon as you can as
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Very important.   I. F. Crafts.
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pamphlet containing Questions asked
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Parties wishing Golf or any stockings
knitted or footed can have them done by
applying on corner of Ward and
Victoiia street, opposite postoffice.
A Crowded House and a Good Show-
Will Appear Tonight.
Otto Fiechtl's Comic   Players   were
greeted   by a bumper house last evening, the opera houes being crowded to
the doors.     The   company  had   been
heralded as an excellent one   and  tho
theatre  goers were   not   disappointed
for with the exception of  the opening
farce, "Peek's Bad Boy, Alias Johnny
Riley" which was a shade long, there
was   not   a   dull   number on the programme, and the audience  manifested
its appieciation iu no uncertain   way.
The   name   comie   players is no misnomer   so far as it ooncerns this company.      Miss   Nellie Goodwin in  her
songs and dances was well appreciated.
Bert Wiggin and Fanny Wiggin   wore
abovo the average.   The former being
an eccentric and humorous Irish comc-
diat and the later   an   artistic   vocalist.   Tho two little troubadours gnv e
the prison scene from   "II Trovatore"
very well, considering  tlieir age,   and
were   oorapelled   to   respond   to   two
encores.    George and   Lizzie   Bird   in
their   trip   to a Chinese   theatre  gavo
very clever   Imitations   uf  Mongolian
histronics and vocalisms   and brought
down tbe bouse.     Tbe Manhattan trio
rendered several   songs in an   artistic
manner and won tbe good will   of the
audience.      Ihe   Royal    Marionettes
proved   interesting   and   the  dancing
skeleton whose arms, legs and  skull,
insistud     on   separating    thcmsolvea
from the other portions   of the   frame
created quite a sensation.     "German-
town on the lludsun,"   In which  the
Tyrolean   Warblers  gave vocal selections  and   the   little   troubadours   a
cake walk, was one of the   features of
the show.      The  singing of the Tyrolean Warblers was   superb.     Tonight
the   company   gives   its farewell performance,   and   theio   will bo a complete change of programme.
MARCH 11 & 12
N. AI. Cummins, Ltiflnoo���Kvery knowi;
variety of soft drinks.   I'MiluxHS.  Tulephon
No. 'iU llittivcr Sir<���;���(., Nt.-i-.(hi.   Uottlersof th
famous Sl Loon Hot BpriiiKH Mineral Water
A    MACDONALD   &  Co.-Coraor   Fron
���   and  HaU  titroots���Wholesale   Krocor
and jobbers in blanket*, kIovos, mitts, boots
rubbers, mackinawn and miners' sundries.
BURNS & Oo.-Haker StrooL, Nolson-
Wholosalo dealers iu fresh
meat*.   Cold Storage.
Raker Street, Nelson��� Wholesale dea
ers in fresh and cured meats.
J Street, Nelson ��� Wholesale doalars ir
hardware, miners' suppiies, sporting goods
M'LACHLAN BROS. Baker Street NelsOO,
B. C���Dealers in general harhwure,
mining supplies glass, pants, Portland Co-
nit'iit, fireclay and Scotch lire brick. Agents
for Wilkinsand Co.'s celebrated steel wire rope
NELSON   HARDWARE   CO.��� Wholesale
paints, oils and glass; mechanics   tools
Agents foi Ontario Powder Works; lynamlte
TURNER, BEETON & Co.-Corner Vornor
and Josephine Streets, Nelson���Whole
salo dealers in liquors, eigars, and dry goods
Agonts for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Browing Co of Calgary.
UDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholesale grocorie
and liquors etc., Baker Street) Nelson.
Offloe corner Hall and front Streets
Nelson���Lumber, ceiling, flooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes. Get oui
pricus.   Correspondence solicited.
A.   M'DONALD,      Agent   Hazel wood
Dairy Co. Ico (.'ream.
Kootenay Railway  and  Na
Company, Ltd.
Shortest and quickest route to tho east and al
poiuisoiibheD.lt. 8c N. and Northern 1J��
cific Railways lu Washington, Oregon and
Southern States.
Time Card Effective Nov. 10. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ky.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manaver.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attenticn
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid up   Capital,   JS,000,000j    ReHerve   Fund,   J2,000,0o0;
Aggregate   Resources Over 865,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. E. WALKKK, Ueneral Managei
London Office:  60 Lombard Street,  B.  C.
New York Office; 16  Exchange Place.
And OS brancho* In ('uniuln and llui unihiil HIaUih, including
Atlin Ghkekwoou Nki.hon Sandon
Cranbrook        Kamlooi*b Nkw Wkhtminhtkr   Vancouver
Kkrnih Nanaimo Ruhhlanii Victoria
YUKON DIHTRICT-Dawson and Wiiitk Hukhk.
l/NITKI) STATES���Nkw Your, San Francibco, Skattlk, Portland, Sblaoway.
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Recelvod and Intrrwit Allowed.   Prc��tnt Kate 8 Per Cent
Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
$1,000 will buy Cottage containing live
rooms and two lots ill Hume Addition ; beautiful view uf the lake
from verandas.     Very easy terms.
iftOO   down   balance   in monlliiy pay
ments will buy a li-roomerl cottage, all modern improvements,
I 1*1) lots. Close to Baker street
and   pleasantly    situated. Full
particular, of
R. J. STEEL, Broker, Nelson, B. C.
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIKE HOPE.
Tramway, Hoisting:, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E- CROASDAILE Agent Nelson-
S:30 a. ra. Lv.
10:55 p.m. Ar.
Ar. 4:00 p, m
Lv. 1:15 p. in
Int. Nav- & Trading Co
Presenting High-Class Farce Comedy
Vaudeville   and   comic
Winnipeg, March fl.���The Montreal
hockey touin, cballongers for the
Stanley cup, now in possession of the
Victorias, of Winnipeg, leached here
on timo this morning, all feeling well
and in good shape for thc matchcH on
Thursday, hut they wero considerably
surprised at the weather conditions.
Tho temperature is about 50. The
team was given a hearty welcome hy
the local clubs.
A meritorious Company of fifteen
picked and selected Artists for their
individual eveellence. The most talented Singers, Dancers, Comedy nnd
Vaudeville Artists in thc profession,
Laughable Comedies, Pretty comcdlen
nes, Sweet Singers and Funny
0:00 p. m. Lv.
9:10 p. ra. Ar;
Ar. 10:30 a. m.
Lv. 7:00 a. in.
Connecting at Five Milo Point with Nelnon
i Fort Hhuppard Ivailway both to and from
Kossiand, etc.
Tickets Bold to all purl*, in United Staton and
Canada via Great Northern and O. it. Be N
Co.'s linen.
Ocean stoamnhIp  tickets  and  ratos vl   a
linoft will befurnlanod on application.
����� Or furthor particulars call ou or addroea
"Anaizer. Kaslo, B, C
G. IC. Tackahuky Airent. Nekton B. 0,
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
___________ ___________ ____________________
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Easi.
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City
Order* by mall to a��v branch will bave careful and oromot attention.
Spokane Falls  Sl
A < onrixn; < n iv<;i: of I'UOUBAMME
EACH   NftillT.
Seats at McDonald's.
Will he reoeived addressed to me ut
the Imperial Baok,   Nelson, B, C, up
to and including tlio 2l8t day of
March next, for the purchase of the
plant, business, book debts and good
will of the "NoIhoii Miner, " a daily
paper published at thc said City of
For terms ond particulars apply to
Macdonald and JcIiusod, solcitors,
Munis Block, Baker street, Nelson,
All tenders t oe marked in the
upper left hand corner: "Tender,
Nelson Miner."
���T. M.  LAr\
Manager Imperial Hank of Canada   at
Nelson, B.C., Maroh 7th, 100-'.
OARS.-    AL.S a la OARTE.
oall on thb
and try a botUo, a rlotson, or a barrol of
CALGARY BEER ���� it le the tx_ ana
choiipo*!. on tho ronrkot. AIho try our
WINES,    LIQUOiVH     and     CIGARS.
PRANK   A. TAMBLYN. M........
Telephouo va Baker Bti. St Ison
If there is anything jou require,auk
for it in    In aelHmo  et the Mine;
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
D recti connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, Sew York
and nil points Wost and South.
Loaves Spokane daily for East at 9:40 i "in
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:20 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 8:00 p.m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Bound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
themagniflcent steamships North West
and North-Land of theNorthern Hteam-
ship Company Line, operated in connection with the Ureat Northern Itail-
For further information, aps, fold
ers, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Hy., Kaslo Sc Slocan
Ky, Kootei ai Kail way Sc Navigation
Co., or to
City Pass, and Tkt   Agt, W 70l   W,
Riverside Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
Q. K. TAOKABUKY, Local Agent,
Tenders will be received by the  un-!
dersigned at his office,   Nelson, until noon on
Wednesday, March 12,1902
for the purchase of the
stock in trade of J. O.
Bu'iyan & Co. consisting of
Furr.iture, Picture Moulding. Carpets,
Draperies,    and   Undertaking
Fixtures and Supplies.
as follows :
Furniture, etc.      $2596-69
Moulding      - 171.45
Carpets, etc.     -     133238
Undertaking Stock
& Fixtures   ���      817-28
Total        -        $4917-70
Bids will be considered for amy  one
line or for the whole sto*.k.
Stock lists can be seen at office
ol the undersigned, Nelson, B. C. ;
at the office of The Canada Furniture Manufacturers, Toronto, or at
the oflice of H. R. Ives & Co.,
The stock is all new and up-to-
date, no old shop worn goods, ail
the firm has only been in businMS
for a short time.
Any further information will be
gladly given by
N. T.  MACLEOD, Assign��e.
Nelson, B. C, Feb. 24,   1902.
Northern R'v.
Nelson & Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
For the comfort of the number ol
people who are now using this
popular line, a direct daily Bufle'
Car service has been inaugurated
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable on any of the
larger railways in Canada or th
Close connections made  at  Spo
kane for the south, east  and  west.
Omy 10 hours to Seattle and   let
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points,
.'on.in Spokane  ...
..7:15 p
p.m Rossliind...
..4:30 p
a.m... .Mountain....
.r, -r.it p.
a. in Nelson	
. 0 :45 p.
& T.A.
ane   Wann
Agent, Nelson, B.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,   ont.
Mnii'-v to loan on Straight Mortgage,
Apply to ,0.h. LENNOX. Hak.r H'.
Dominion and
Iiand Surveyor.
Nelson Dail\ Miner r Wednesday, March 12,   190;
Choice Designs for
Dainty People-
The dainty colorings of this season's goods have never been
equalled. In choosing Wall Paper
you want the prettiest and best.
Vou can get a better variety of Designs, Tints and Colors in Florals,
Stripes and Ingrains with Ceilings
and Borders to match, at our store
than anywhere else and at prices
ranging from 7c. per roll up
Booksellers, stationers
Show P.ogto for Mason St Risch pianos
��� *W*VW%WW wwwwvwv*
.1. D. Kyle leaves this mornng for
Madison. Wisconsin.
A soo was horn to the wife ol J. S.
Carter district passenger agent of the
C. V. R* on Monday, March 10.
At the record ofliee yesterday certificates of work were granted to E.
B. Bell on the Mountain Chief and
Standard Fractional mineral claims.
lhe mounted caribou head with
antlers which is to be laffled shortly
for the benefit of P. Larson was on
exhibition yesterday ��l the Home
hotel and attracted much attention, it
being one uf the finest ever seen in
this pait of Biiiish Columbia.
Before pi icing your order for wall
paper it will pay you to see our new
designs,!1'. J. Bradley and Co.
On the arrival of tbe steamer Moyie
yesterday afternoon Dr. Rose was on
hand and fumigated all the through
passengers. The cause of this was
tbe discovery on board the train at
Lethbridge of a ease of scarlet fever
in a little girl who had travelled from
Medicine flat.
Fine American shoes���Wallace:
Miller Co.
A farewell supper was tendered last
evening at the Queen's hotel to
Charles Prosser, steward of the
st3amer Moyie, by a number of his'
friends in the city. Mr.Prosser leaves
on Friday for Spokane and St. Louis,
where he will engage in the restaurant business.
Don't overlook us in our new quart*
ers opposite Miner office, Ward street.
Coal and wood, West 'I'rausler Co.
Work is progressing rapidly on the
flume for Cottonwood creek which was
wrecked by tho creek undermining it
and forcing the whole structure out ol
position. A large crew is at work
removing the timbers and unless high
water comes exceptionally early the
work will be finished Ln time to hanl
tho spring freshet. ."
Trunks, valises���The Wallace Miller
At the police court yesterday rooming H. Harvey was brought up on the
charge of stealing a watch und chain
on Suuday last from Beiniee
Etheridge. Ho pleaded guilty and
stated that lie was drunk at the time
and did not know what hu was
doing. The magistrate sentenced him
to six month's Imprisonment,
C. li. Loekhart. of Loukhart and
Jordan, Rossland ls a guest at tbe
C. Lamoine. contractor on the post-
office building returned last night
from spi-odng the witter in Eastern
At the county couit yesterday tho
flrst case to come up was Smith vs.
Mcintosh, an action arising out of a
sub contract to haul oro from the
Ewart mine near Silverton. The
plaintiff claimed a rate of $15 per day
for wages while tbe defendant contractor claimed that all he was entitled to was the regular rate per ton.
The; judge allowed the plaintiff,
(1,200, ""which after deducting tlie
amount already paid to hira left a net
amount of (22o which was ordered to
he paid. Another case to come up
was that of,Watson vs. MeVannel,
beiog an appeal against judgment
given against appellant iu Sioean City
lor obtaining men to personate voters,
and for which he had suffered imprisonment. . P. , E. Wilson Jor respondent, before going into tbe merits
of the ease contended that the conditions laid down in the Summary
Conviction Act of 1897 relating to
appeal had not been complied with.
The judge sustained the objection and
ordered appellant to pay the cost
M. Macdonald for appellant.
Stop now. think it over, better examine our shoe stock���The Wallace-
Miller Co., limited.
Men's and boy's shirt waists aid
colored shirts, latest Americau styles,
just received���The Wallace-Miller Co.
In view of the faot that a Ping-
Pong tournament will be given^on the
Kill isth and 19th inst. lor the benefit
of the Kootenay Lake tleneial hoe-
pital. the annual ball of Nelson
Miners' union, whioh was to have
been held on the 17th inst., is postponed until; Friday evening, March
Mill. .10UN R. M'PHEUSON,
We have just received out new
spring stock of Wall Paper, F. J.
Bradley and Co.
When you have any team work or
want coal or wood call up 33 West
Transfer Co, offlce Ward street, opposite Miner ofliee.
Tremont���J.    Spears,     Silver   Hill
Madden-F. Hillard, n. G. Creelman, Fernie; P. C, Crowley, Elko.
l'hair���John Bevan, Kossiand; S.
F. Parrish, J. J, Cauilield, Green-
Bartlett���C. A.'Biggs, Procter; A.
Kano, Kitchener; U. Bruce, A. C.
McDonald, Castlegar.
Queens���Fiechtl's Comic Players;
Mrs. J. Pike, Cranbrook; C. LaMoine,
Pembroke; P. Chapman, Victoria.
nurno���W. H. McLaren. Hamilton;
W. rjonter, Silverton; R. Stewart,
Vancouver; C. H.' Fair, Greenwood ;
11 B. Muettleston.Kootenay Landing:
H. Eagleson, Vancouver; T. F.
(heaves, Toronto; W. Tufts, Vancouver.
(Irand Central���0. Howard, Silver
King; J. W. Austin. Hall Siding; W.
C. Mitchell, (i, W. Chapman, Slocar>
City; J. Lind, Cranbrook; G. Goodman, Nortbport; A. 0. Conner,
Ontario; F. Johnson, H. Duncan, J.
Sandford, Ymir.
Coffee Topers as Bad as Others.
Two and a Half Feet of Ore Found at
Depth of SOO Feet.
William Huuter has returned from
Silverton where he has been ior a
week, looking alter his store at tbat
place. He Hates that theie is considerable excitement there occasioned by
an important strike made in the
Hewitt mine. For some time past
work has been progressing on a long
tunnel in order to tap the ledge at
depth. On Tuesday nt a point 1,000
feet from the portal oi the tunnel
and at a vertical depth of stlO feet the
ledge was intersected. It is two and
a half feet wide and ot clean dry ore
of a high giade. The strike ls regarded as one of the most. Important
that has yet been nmcie in the dry ore
belt, as it proves that ths ledges are
rich and strong at depth.
Mr. Hunter reports that business is
on the mend in and around Silverton
ancTthat a bettei feeling prevails
Rain coats, umbrellas, rut hers, new
goods, hast leceived; everything with
style, quality vain*, you'll find here.
���The Wallace Miller Co.,  limited.
Canada Paper Company Changes Its
Montreal. March 11.���The C.P.R.
bas awarded the contract for the construction of a chalet at Emerald lake.
B. C.    It will Have Hi sleeping rooms.
At the annual meeting of the Canada
Paper Co. John McFarland resigned
the presidency and was succeeded by
H Montague Allan, with C. M. Holt
as vice-president, and F, J. Campbell,
formerly in charge of the Toronto
oflice as general manager.
They Remember Methuen's Generosity
Toward fien. Mareuil.
Paris, March 11.���Tho disaster to
General Methuen's column bas caused
a deep impression in Paris. The newspapers express the opinion that it will
have a great moral effect in encouraging the Boers to more cbstlnate resistance. At the same time, the- papers do
not speak too harshly of General
Methuen. owing to bis generous conduct in the General Villebois Mareuil
Rossland, March 11.���The "Father
Pat" memorial fund lists will be
elose on March 31 by which timo U is
expected that all the lists now outstanding will bo returnee to the honorary secretary at Rossland. The
amount secured to date aggregate
$12'?,and it is expected that this will
bu substantially increased before the
date mentioned for the closing of the
Tho Tourist association held its
second general meeting last night in
the board of trade rooms whon the
executive repurted the appointont of a
secretary. W. A. Jowett was named
lor that position. Melvillo Parry was
added to the executive committal?.
The executive reported that tbey ban
written to merchants in surrounding
towns asking their co-operation. This
letter was read and it was decided
that the secretary should visit the
districts and get all the assistance
possible. It was mentioned that 117
persons had paid their membership
foe of fl.
It was decided tliat the association
shculd consider tho electoral districts
of Nelson, Slocan,Rossland, and South
East Kootenay, as the territory whicb
they would keep in view in their plan
of woik.
Winnipeg,March U.���Tbe Montroals
had a good practice at the Auditorium
rink tonight and wero greatly admired for their quick work. Burke
Wood, forward man of the Victorias.
has resigned from the elub owing to
Scanlan having been chosen to take
bis place for the Stanley Cup matches.
Ottawa, Maroh 11.���Sir Wilfrid
Laurier will sail from Now York to
attend tho coronation on June It.
Hon. Messrs. Mullock, Fielding. I at-
torson, and Tarte will also attend.
"A friend of our family, who lived
with us a short timo, was a groat
Coffee drinker and a continual sufferer
with dyspepsia. II11 admitted that
coffee disagreed with him, lint you
know bow the coffee drinker will hold
on to his coffee, even if he knows it
causes dyspepsia.
'���(Inn day he said lo me that Postum
Food Coffee had boen recommended
and suggested that he would like very
tbe new beverage, oa was every one of
our family. Ho bocatue very fond of
it, and in a short time his dyspepsia
disappeared, lie continued using tlie
I'ostum, and In about three months
gained twelve pounds.
"My husband is a practicing physician, and regards Postum as tho
healthiest of all beverages. He never
drinks coffee, but is very fond of
I'ostum.      In   fact, all of our   family
much to try it. I secured a package are, and wc never think of drinking
nnd made it strictly according to 1 coffee any more." Mrs. Mary E.
directions.     He   wan   dolightad with | Brown, Waterford, Va.
Postum Is delicious If mado after the simple directions,    All grocers
sell Postum.    POSTUM CEREAL CO.. Ltd., Battle creek, Mich.
Ottawa,March 11.���Frank Dillinger,
train despatoher here, has been appointed superintendent of the Cliap-
leau division of the C.P.R,, in place
of X. Hay, resigned.
London,Match 11.���Lead .til 8s. Od.
New York, March 11.���Closo���Hai
Bilver fit l"9| Mexican dollars 43 1-2.
Copper, steady, 12 1-4 and 12 1-2.
Lead quiet, (1.12 1.2.
Monarch Special
A Watch built especially to stand
the hard usage of this country, it has
as a fine timepiece, it will be at
home on the railroad or in the
Have a look at it before  buying.
Patenaude Bros.
iS Be Sure and Get the Genuine. 3
| Lawrence Hardware Company 1
B Sole Agents, Nelson, B. C.
To enable us to dispose of the stock of Tweeds and Woollens just purchased   at
a rate on the dollar fiom E. J.  Bobie,   Merchant Tailor we will for the next
'A0 days give the largest discount over given in ordered clothing.
fine FnullHIi Wiir-O'ii Trnllscrilllls, Millie til Order
Flue sriiiiii Tweed Balling* Hade ti> Oriler
I'm' black Knglisli Worsted Sullliiics mnde lu Order
* 0.50
Satisfaction Guaranteed.   Union Hade.
H. M. VINCENT, Merchant  Tailor, Baker St.
If you ever come our way and wo do not treat you right
plunge imblisli the fuet.
D. J. Robertson & Co.
Vernon St., Next New P. 0. Building.
has been discovered on the
Similkameen   Valley   Coal    Company's
On the 15th instant I will offer for sale the Company's stock at $1,10
PER SHAKE, payable $10 monthly per 100 shares, A further advance
will take place on April ist.    Rush in your orders.
Nelson, B. C. Official Broker
Halifax, March 11.���The government steamer Lansdowne leaves in tho
morning for Sablo island. It is
thought that the missing Allan liner
Huronian may have been wrecked
Most   Ilair   Preparations are   Merely
Scalp Iriitauts, of No Value.
Most hair preparations are merely
scalp irritants, miscalled hair tonics.
When hnir is brittle, lnsterless and
begins to fall out, the dandruff germ
is getting In its deadly work at the
root, sapping the vitality. Since
science discovered tliat dandruff is a
germ disease there lias beon only cne
pt-eparation put on the market that
will actually destroy the dandruff
germ, and that is Newbro's Herpicide.
it allays itching instantly, destroys
the germ; and thc falling hair stops,
and hair grows luxuriantly. Ask your
druggist for Herpicide. It allays
itching instantly; makes hair grow.
Chicago, March 11. ���The live story
brick warehouse of lho lliiinswick-
Halko Collander Co , located at Wells
and Superior streets, was practically
destroyed liy lire tonight. Tlie loss is
The Waverley Hotel
Rates $1.00 to fl.SO per day. First
class Meals, 25c. Next door to Opera
House. P. O. Hox 210. Telephone 147.
Victoria St., Nelson.
Finest and Best Bar In the City.
The best Brands of Liquors
and Cigars.
$1.00 AND $1.50 PER DAY
OF -
A remarkably beautiful assortment of all lhe nice things that
go to make up a complete toiht
outfit in many new patterns and
shapes, all of the best quality
of Sterling Silver, and at extremely reasonable figures. We
want you to see them,
Fine Wfltch Repairing a Specialty
obtained in all countries
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N. A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
Hetween S. S. Bailey, Plaintilf, and
Dellie Mining and Milling Company (ForeignI, Defendants.
MENTS' ACT,   1809.
Pursuant to an ordir of the Honorable, Mr. Justice Martin, made in the
above action on Friday, the 21st day
of February, 1902, and of the registrar's directions dated the 1st day of
March, 1902, and Sled herein, there
will be offered for sale with the approbation of the Deputy District
Iteg strar at Nelson, by Samuel P.
Tuck, Auctioneer, at the court house,
Nelson, llritish Colu.ibia.on Monday,
the 17th day of March, 1902, at. the
hour of 11 o'clock in tho forenoon,
ALL AND SINGULAR tliat certain
parcel and tract of land and pieinises,
situate, lying and being in the Kootenay District of British Columbia,composed of Lot 241 in Croup I, and
known upon the official plan or survey, of the said district, as the
"Dellie" Mineral Claim, for the purpose of satisfying the plaintiff's judgment, which was obtained on the 15th
day of February, 1902, for the sura of
(5.701.97 and costs taxed at (24.lt
with interest thereon at the rate of 5
per cent, per annum, since said date
and the costs of these proceedings.
The purchaser will be required to
make payment in cash at close of sale.
The purchaser will also be required
to satisfy himself as to the interest
and title of the defendants. Tho highest bidder will be the purchaser.
Further particulars may be obtained
from t' e plaintiff's solicitors or tbe
Dated at Nelson, llritish Columbia,
tllis 1st day of March, 1902.
Deputy District Registrar.
Elliot aud Lennie, Plaintiffs'
In tho mattor of the Winding l'p Act,
C.   129   of tho revised Statutes  oi
Canada and amending act=, and in
the matter of the  Athabasca   Oold
Mines, Limited.
NOTICK is   Hereby   given   that   by
order   nerein   dated   tlie   13th day  of
February,    1902.   the   Honorable   Mr.
Justice Irving was pleased   to appoint
Uobert Garnet  Tatlow,   Esquire,   the
Provisional Liquidator, to be   Official
Liquidator     of    the     above    named
Dated this 3rd day of March, 1902.
Solicitors     for   tbo     said    Official
K. C. GKEEN        Y, S. OIjEMENT0
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Cor. Kootenay & Victoria Sts. Nelson
P. O. Box 145 Telephone 2
If you aro at all sceptical about iryintc Orif"
llths Mrniliol Liniment your druggist will ..nil
It With the understanding that li not entirely
satlsfaotory ymir money baok, Cso it for
rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains, bruises, muscular soreness uml nil forms of swelling and tn-
Mnminalioii.   Price '2.1 cents.
Vox salo by J. U, Vim - lure. Nelson, JJ, Cl
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In the matter of tlie Widing-Up Act,
C. 129, of the revised Statutes of
Canada and Amending Acts, and
in the matter of the Athabascf'
Hold Mine, Limited.
Tho creditors of tlio above named
Company are required ou or before tlie
14th day of April, 19112. to send their
names and addresses and tho particulars of their debts or claims and the
names und addresses of tlieir solicitors
if any to Uobert (Jarnet Tatlow,
Esquire, Fairfield Huilding, Granville
street, Vancouver, llritish Columbia,
the Official Liquidator of the said
Company, and is so required by notico
in writing from said Official Liquidator, are by tbeir solicitors to come in
and prove their said debts or claims at
the chambers of the District Registrar
of this court at lhe court house in Hie
City of Vancouver, al sucb timo as
shall be specified in such notice, or in
default thereof thoy will be excluded
froin| the benefit of any distribution
made beforo Mich debts are proved.
of creditors in the above matter will
he hold at the offices of the nndei-
signed solicitors for the said liquidator at 11 o'clock in the forenoon on
Monday the 21st dny of April, 1603, at
which among other business to be
transacted a resolution will be submitted tc the creditors tor their approval providing for tbe sale of the
company's assets subject to the sanction of tbe conrt.
Dated this 4th day of March, <V.
II. 19(12.
Bslifitors for the said Liquidator,


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