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Daily Edition No 981
BOTHA GETS
AN AMISTIOE
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Kltohener Gives Him Seven
Days to Arrange for
Surrender,
Boers Fall In a Determined
Attack Upon the Town
of Lychtenburg
London, March 8.���A special despatch trow Pretoria dated today says
that General Kitchener arid General
Botha had a lengthy conference Gonun
Hill this morning. General Dotha
was alone nnd General Kitchener was
accompanied by his secretary.
Lorenzo Marque?., March 8.���General
Kjitchener ,hnH. granted Ueneral Botha
a seven dayVarmistlcc to enable him
to confer w.itt��-a.ho other generals.
London, March 8.���Lord Kitchener,
under'date of'rfiarch 7 SBys: "The
Boers failed in their determined at
tack upon .Lychtenburg. Our louses
besides the two officers previously re-
1 oriel were 14 men killed and 20
wounded. Tho lioer general, Celliers,
was killed."
"Dewet's position is variously reported, , as his men are scattered
thrqugb the Orange colony. Our
troops inarching north reached Petrus
burg today.
"French reports further captures of
a 14-poundur Creaiote with carriage
and limber complete and one Botch-
kiss, making a total of seven guns.
Tbe'total number of Hoers known to
have been placed born d'combat since
the eastern operations began  is 979."
Lpodon,March 8.���The Daily Chronicle referring to the armistice at l'ro-
toria says: "We learn that thenntir-
inR agent is bringing about the ne-
gotiatlons was Mrs. Botha who was
deeply affected by the hopeless plight
of the Boers and' did her utrnost to induce her husband to accept the British
terms. Unfortunately the meeting of
Bavbv   27th   waB  limited     to   General
"Botha's request to   know Lord Kltch-
1 ener's terms.    Lord Kitchener replied
���that a general -amnesty would be
granted to all who surrendered as well
as to all prisoners except, those pape
Dutch, -who being British subjects
have 'actively fomented Boer resistance.    Geneial   Dewet and  Mr. Steyn
.*��!&] however, expressly excluded
from the amnesty, Lord: Kitchener
further   promised   tbat if peace were
. concluded the government would assist in rebuilding the farm houses
and .other buildings destroyed under
military   exigencies,,  would reinstate
' tbe: lawful owners and would help
them stock their farms. Those guilty
of acts of treachery, would be exclud-
, ed from the benefits.
; "General Botha appeared satisfied
with'the conditions and the armistice
being arranged, he proceeded to consult his officers, a vast majority.of
whom accepted the terms. Dewet and
Steyn both remained irreconcilable.
They declined any terras, Dewet adding that on his part the war had become one of revenge and he intended
to do all the mischief he could.
"t\ is[probable tbat the original
armistice of a week has been extended. It-is believed that the remainder
of. General.,.Botha's officers have .now
been, wpri round nnd that he is likely
to formally to submit to Lord Kiteh-
sner.'4t*",'MarcJi 11, when his force
w"(H 1 surrender to General French.
According   to our   information,   Lord
. Kitchener's dispositions made the
speedy capture of General Botha's
forces'quite certain. Gene'al Botha
frankly accepted the situation and
was treated by Lord Kitchener at
both Interviews with the greatest consideration." ....
���>M*rch. 9���Despatches from
dojn and Brussels say tliat Mr.
jr'js entourage continues, to pro-
ghoianoe of the existence of ne-
(ons .declaring., that General
c.Cgrinot act for the Orange Free
-jp.���l and that in any case no terms
arc possible unless Lord Kitchener is
pre^^vt^ idiscuss; i,ndependencB.
London, Mareh 9.���Tbe neogtlations,
between Lord Kitchener and General
Botha are in abeyance, says the Pretoria, jcorrespopdent of tbe Times, wiring .Wednesday, finding an .answer
from tbe British government.
THE CROW'S NEST DEAL.
the city, hut Messrs .1 affray and Lind
say left for Victoria, B.C. One of the
interested parties said the deal was
consummated on the lines recently
announced in a Toronto dispatch
which were that the syndicate .transfers to Mr. Bill half a million dollars
in stock and gives him control of the
mines for a number of years, together
with the option of sufficient stock to
control in case he should desire to
buy. In return for these concessions,
Mr. Bill, it is reported, agrees to
build new lines In each of the coal
fields from tbe south and west and
purchase the output of coal to 6,000
tons per day. The reason assigned for |
offering Mr. Bill an interest is the
Canadian Pacific, by charging exorbitant freight rates, restricted the output of the mines, and there was no
profit in their operation. Under the.
new arrangements the. property, at
once becomes very valuable.  ���'.''  *..'.
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DONORS FOR STEELE.
Popular  Colonel   of  Strathcona's
Given a Decoration.
London, March 8.���Sir Thomas.Lip-
ton has been gazetted a knight com'
mander of the Viotorian order.
Lieut.-Colonel Steele of .Strathcona's
Horse, has been appointed to tbe.
fourth class of the Victorian order.
Tbe King ot Greece and the Crown
Prince of Denmark have received^ tie;
honorary grand cross of the Victorian
order.
Nelson,
��� "i,r���"" 1   c
British Columbia, Saturday,
I'Ai
aWttUI
QtfESTIfi&OF
ARMY REFORM
Speech In the. House of Commons Yesterday by Mr.
He Favors, the Voluntary In
stead of the Gomputsory
System,
m
March 9,  1901.
'������ I ...   r    ���,,,   .''
Eleventh Year
against Hyde & Tltsworth, with
aosts, holding.'' tbat the transaction'
was not in the nature of a mortgage
but that it was an equitable lien on
all monies earned by the team in question. W. A. Macdonald, K. C, ap-1
peared for Hyde & Tltsworth and 8. |
S. Taylor, K.C., for Morrison &.Caldwell.
Tattersall   vs. Hauck, another   gar
nishee Issue, was also heard and judgment   reserved,   In   this matter it  is
claimed   by   tha plaintiff that the defendant   conspired with one   William.
Hick*  after  the" service of the  gas-vi
nishee summons,whereby they prepar-j
ed and antedated an accepted order It
favor of   Hicks   from   Defendant  Mc
Millian to Hauck. S.S. Taylor appear'
ed for Tattersall  and A.   M.   Job
for Haucuv
rinsau
THE QUESTION OF BAN
SUBJECT IS SOON TO BE BROUGHT
UP BEFORE THE CITV
COUNCIL.
Hill Acquires Stock to Extent of Half
a Million.
St. Paul, March 4���Messrs Robert
Jaffrayv William Beith, Peter Ryan
and O. T;8.'Ltndsay, of.Toronto, were
in the city today. The three:flrst
named are the principal owners of the
Orowls.Nest coalfields of British Columbia, In which Mr. J. J. Hill has
recently become interested, and Mr.
Lindsay is their attorney. They came
for the purpose of closing the transaction with Mr Hill"by which the latter
comes into possession of a large interest In these mines.
Messrs. Cyan and   Beitli are still in
REORGANIZATION. FDR THE SUMMER IS TO   BE   UNDER CON-; ;
SI DERATION.
A matter is likely tp he brought lie-
fore the city council at an early, date
relating to the question of bands and
band instruments in Nelson. The
only live, organization in the city at
the present time is the Rocky Mountain Ranger's band,, which has been
playing at the rink all winter, and
which had the contract for the park
concerts last summer. The members of
this organization have furnished:
their own instruments and music,
most of them going in for tbe band
for the pleasure to be derived therefrom.
Within the next few weeks the matter of. reorganizing for the summer,
will be under consideration, and in,
this connection , it is probable that a
strong effort will be made to increase,
the strength of the band to, say 25,
which would place the organization
on an excellent basis, The ^difficulty
attending this increase in strength is
that of obtaining instruments for the
new members,, and to solve this problem the members of the band propose
to apply to the cfty for the. custody of
tbe instruments purchased a year, or
two.ago by popular subscription, and j,
in use for a time by the smelter band,
then passing to the city band and
now in possession of members of the
old smelter hand.
The military bandsmen maintain
that the city is only large enough to,
support one hand, apd that the events
of last year, when their organization
alone survived the obstacles whictijibe,-
set the path of local musical organizations, has demonstrated that they are
best able to keep up a-permaqjtni;']
band. It is asserted that tlie. 'present,
holders of tlw instruments are Selling
them to others as though they.hajrJ a
proprietory claim, instead of the. In-
stiuments belonging, to the citizens I
generally who put up "the money for
tbeir purchase.
The city council will be asked tode-
clure that tha instrument!, are the
property of the city audio assume.lha
guardianship of the'entire outfit.)
Then application will be raqde for tlje
,use of the set, proper bonds being furnished for their safe keeping. If this
is done the It. M. It. band promises
to turn out. an. organization which
wiUbq a credit to the city.
London,- March 8.���111 a speech in
-the commons today by Mr.'-Broderiek
upon the army reform, he said, in
part: "The drill needed improving.
It. was a question between tlie voluntary and compulsory systems, j He
adhered to the former, under which
140.000 men had offered themselves for
tho war. Compulsion would therefore:
be like applying tbe spur to a willing
j horse, and would be disastrous. The
government could not hope to get rid
of European entanglements.    It could
I nft shut out the possibility of having to despatch forces to defend the
British possessions abroad. Mr. Brod-
eriek then entered into details .Governing the proposed.' reorganization of
the army. He said the object ot the
government in dividing the country
into Six districts was to centralize tlie
responsibility and decentralize tne
administration The three army corps,
to ,��a entirely ; composed ^jregulars,
would be stationed at Aldershot, Salisbury  and   in  Ireland.   The   other
WILL FIGHT rC. P* R.
Mayor of   Ottawa Instructs  Police to
Be Ready.
(SPECIAL TO TUB MISER.)
Ottawa, March 8.���Mayor Mortis
has been informed,'lie says, from a
reliable source that the Canadian Pacific railway company are massing] a.
force of '500 laborers and men of ill
classes,to lay the Wellington street
crossing during tho night. In consequence lie has Issued an order to the[
police to bave every man,on duty
Brined aud for them. .to. remain, near
the centre, of the city so aa^tq "bef easily within call in case of alarm. He
savs that 5,000 men .will not lay those
rails acrasBilbe Richmond r0axl.  J
BOERS ST.lNG AGAIN.,
Capetown, March 8.���Threebundrati
Boers surrounded . fifty of Driscoll's
scouts March 2, .at a kraal near Don-
berg. The scouts held ont for a.day
and night before relief reached them
The Boers captured 17.
About that second hand article of
yours. You'll sell it if you'll advertise it in Tbe Miner want coJ imn
EX-l'BESIDENT ILL.
Indianapolis, Ind., March 8.��� Ex-
president Benjamin Harrison is a very,
sick man. His'condition is more serious than is generally believed. Dr.
Henry Jameson, family physician
who h as sol e eh a rgo of the case sal d
tonight there was no immediate danger.
��� ������������   ���
THREW THE TERRIBLE TURK.
St. Louis, Mo., Mareh 8.���Tom Jenkins, of Cleveland, champion heavry
weight wrestler of the United States,
defeated Hadli Adli. .the "Terrible
Turk," in quick tl,me tonight,.w.in-
ning two falls in the short space of 10
minutes.
THB.OTE'
DOMINION
The Bounty Question Gomes
Up In the House of
Commons.
"Oaf* Howard Left a Fortune.
Other Canadian News
Notes.
TIME   RIPE   FOR
acti6n
SOMETHING .SHOULD    BE, DCNC
IMMEDIATELY  TO RELIEVE j
SMELTER SITUATION.
three "army, .corps to include sixty battalions .of ' militia and volunteers
would be. stationed at Gloucester,
Vork and Edinburgh. Tne government, in, addition, proposed to raise
eight battalions for garrison duty
from men about to enter the reserve,
to, establish a reserve, militia and
raise a force ot 35,-060 yeoman ry to be
armed. with short .rifles and .bayonets.
The net T��aaltl6U "trr- tlie army under
this scheme would he 186,500 men at a
coat of ��3,000,000 and 400,000 additional trained voluusteers.
Mr. "Brodei ick also said it was pro
posed that officers hereafter should be
able to procure their uniforms at government establishments at cost   price.
Dealing with, the war office, Mr.
Uroderick insisted that there must be
hearty - -co. operation between the
commander-in-chief and the secretary
for war, and he stated that a commission be appointed-to advise in, regard
to" needeiF changes.       '-
BAP..A..M.ERRy;TIme.'
Western Contingent of The South African .Police Enjoyed Themselves,
Lieut. G. S. Beer, who accompanied the Rossland. and Nelson contingent of the Isaden-Powell police contingent to Fort Steeie, states that the
boys had a merry time aboard ship
and on the Crow's Nest road. At the
landing a number, of flags were procured and the tralti patriotically decorated. Here too, the 'recruits had
their first experience of discipline,
whou a squad was told off to carry the
rations from the cooking compartment to the tables and then to sweep
out the car. .At first the squad did
not take kindly to the menial work,
bu finally; the humor of [the business
dawned .upon them .and everyone enjoyed the joke. ���.
The rations,aboard the train, were
fair,and the food was eked out by liberal supplleV-df liquids.-1 Each of the
boys had a few bottles of refreshments
presented I to them . prior to their de-
parturee, and for a day or two the
spectadle of a volunteer eating hie rations out of a'tln" plate and washing
the' food down with Ponimery was
not unusual. I
When the train stopped to change
locomotives at Granbrook, tbe recruits
took possession of the saloons near the
depot and for, a, few minutes the pro-
Erietors did more business .than they
ad done fqr weeks, j... ������
Lieutenant Beer has receive an advice from the minister of militia
whioh is practically an assurance),
that lie Will be granted a commission
In the constabulary.
CH^MBJSRiSITTaNGS,
Oasas   Whioh   Came   Up. Before  His
Honor Judge Forin Yesterday.
At yesterday's chamber sittings before. His Honor Judge Korin several
[inutera of "interest came up. Morrison
l*'T!a'lowe1I were-awarded judgment
in the P)��tter of Morrison & Caldwell ]
ve.~Hydo A.TiUajortlC
This arose out of the . case - of Hyde
A Tltsworth vs.. Webb nnd the Athabasca mine as garnishees, Morrison A
Caldwell claiming the monies Involved, on the, ground that the team of
horses earning1 them was only conditionally sold to. Webb, and that one of
the conditions was that they were to
receive,, the earnings until the team
was paid for. 'Hyde A, Tltsworth
claimed that tbe , condition was only
In tbe nature of a mortgage and that
the monies were open to garnishee.
The action was tried and aligned latit
fall. His honor gave judgment In fa-
vor   of    Morrison . A     Caldwell,   as
WHITEWATER   MINES   LAY   OFF
MEN AND CLOSE THE CONCENTRATOR,.   ,
If tbe governments of Hritish Columbia and Canada are going to do
anything to relieve the smejter.situa-.
tion in this province they have no
time to lose, says the Kaslo Kootenai
ian. Last week tbe Ruth was closed
down completely on account of the
inability to find a market for Its ore.
On the first instant the Whitewater
concentrator was closed, and all the
men engar/ed in stoping were laid eft,
leaving only a small force now doing'
development, work.   .
S. S. Fowler, . engineer, of the
Whitewater and president .of the Qanf
adian raining institnte, was. at the
property this week. I In conversation
with The Kootenaian he said that it
was, simply ,. the JaSseJIftrj sitnation
which compelled his company to lay
off so ni��ny men from, the Wbitewat.
er. The local smelters were so stock?
ed up that they couht,take po more
ore and the American smelters refused
to take it, so there was nothing to do
but stop taking out ore,.,:,' Mr..: Fowler
saw no way out of the difficulty .at
present as no remedy seemed in Sight,
In speaking of the application now
before, the Dominion government for
a bonus on pig . lead to encourage je-
fining in Canada Mr. Fowler said that
the government would certainly be
justified in" paying such a bonus, as
the benefits that would accrue would
tend. to the. prosperity of the whole,
country. Even if' the bonus was,.8p
large that It would be unprofitablje
when considered solely from the refining standpoint the good It would ido
mining in general by increasing the
value of ore by supplying a cheaper
market and Ihe rapidity with whioh J
it would build up the country, would?
be ample justification for the government in   paying it.
He would not like to gp so far-as
saying that- lead mining' in Canada
would ever be on a satisfactory basis
until a refinery was established .. in
Canada, but its establishment would
certainly put the Industry there much
quicker than would., .anything, ojse,
providing, of course, that general co$ ���
rlitions make smelting continue possible,
There would be no trouble in finding
a market for lead as the United Statps
used more las* year than was mined
within tbeir borders, so some of the
lead mined In Canada and Mexico apd 1
smelted In the United Statfs was usedJ
by American manufacturers. The
United States, therefore, in addition
to Emope, would be a market available to Canada.
PHILIPPINE AFFAIRS.
Washington, March 8.���At the cabinet meeting today,, Jome time was devoted to a discussion of the inhibitions container), Id the amendments to
the army appropriation act as to
the granting of franchises, the protection of the public lands,: etc., in the
Philippine islands. Affairs in Cuba
also wore talked over, the ..general
opinion, based on offlolal information,
being that the situation had improved
of late and that the conditions impos-1
ed by congress would be acceded to.
DISTRUST THE BEAR.
Berlin, Maroh 8.���Tho German press
believes  that   Russia's assurances re-
��ardiog Mauehutia. to Sir Charles
tewart. Scott, Biitish ambaaeador.in
St. Petersburg, are insincere and |> intended to blind the world.
Are you in want? If you are, tell
the. people, through The Miner want
column, what you are la want of.
You'll get it.
Ottawa, March 8.���Mr. Morrison of
New Westminster called the attention
of the bouse of commons to a pros ���
pectus of the Dominion Iron and
Steel Co. of Sydney, N. S., which estimates that the company will during
the next seven years earn bounties
from the Dominion amounting to 98, -
095,000. I view of the probable devel-
opment.of the iron industry m the next
few years he thought it was possible
that the amount earned would be
doubled. Besides there were the
Cramp Steel,Co, of Canada, and other
iron establishments that would likely
earn large amounts. It was apparent
that tho Dominion would have to pay
out very large sums in bounty, perhaps 825,000.000 to ��50,00O,000.
While not wishing to interfere with
..any vested rights he pointed out that
the promoters of the steel companies
were large capitalists not in need of
assistance and intimated it might be
proper to take steps for the puipose
of preventing further vested Interests
accruing.
The minister of finance said he was
not disposed to give an answer that
would tie tbe bands of the government. He pointed out that any vested rights that existed would have to
jbe respected though he could not say
how far these,rights extended. However he did not know tbat there was
reason for alarm even if the bounty
expeoditue was as largejisMr^ Morrison feared.
Colonel Prior- suggested there should
be a bounty on lead produced and refined In Canada, calling attention to a
resolution passed by the associated
boards of trade held at Greenwood,
B. C, asking for a bounty of 85 per
ton on refined lead.
Toronto.Maich 8.���Hon Wm. Mulock
left last evening for Australia accompanied by his wife and son Cawtnra
Mulock.
! Montreal,: Manoh 8.���The Victoria
Rifles band will probably go to Buff
alo to represent eastern Canada at tbe
Pan-American Exposition.
t 'Toronto, March 8.���Public school
hoard last night increased the salaries
of its teachers: by 830,000. Minimum salary   is now 8375.
Gananoque, March 8.���The mail bag
for the east from this town was ripped
open on Monday night, and it is
claimed that two registered parcels
are missing.
Toronto, March 8.���There were 46,-
010 births. 17,123 marriages and 20,504
deaths in Ontario last year. The
birth rate increased for the first time
in many years.,
Quebec, March 8.���A bill has been
introduced into.the Quebec legislature
which pi eposes, to reduce the legal
rate of interest in the province from
six to five per cent.
Cornwall, .Ont., March 8.���Frank
Lally. the well known lacrosse man,
has been appointed superintendent of
the Cornwall ?anal, vice James Ramsay, discharged on account of political
activity.
Montreal, Mai eh 8.���"Gat" Howard,:'leader of r the Canadian scouts
la South Africa, left an estate valued
at' nearly 8200,000 to his wife and
family. The property Ii at BrownB-
burg, Que.
Sydney, C. B., March 8.���The output) of the 1 Dominion Iron A Steel
works is increasing. The average
'output this week was 180 tons per day.
A large proportion of which is being
shipped dally to Quebec   and Ontario.
Ottawa, March 8.���The statement of
revenue and expenditue of the Dominion for the eight months ending
February. 28th was issued by the finance department today. It shows that
the receipta for tbat time were 833,-
618,04 and,the expenditure 8211,054,846
leavipg a surplus of about 87,oao,oou.
Montreal, March 8.���The Canadian
mining institute elected Chsrlea Fer-
giu. Westville, N, 8...president today.
British Columbia representatives on
board are: Vice prescient, R. R.
Hedley, Nelson, B.C., in coin. 'il. John
B. Hobson, Quesnelle, B. C, F. W.
Little, Anthraolte, N. W. T.. K. B.
Kirby, Bossland, D. Macdonald, Rossland.
Winnipeg,     March    8.���Tlie    finer
game  tor    the  Intermediate hockey'
championship between Rat Portage
and Victoria teams was played here
tonigt, the Rat Portage team winning
by 5 to 4, The Montreal Shamrocks
arrived today and play their first
game with the Winnipegs tomorrow
night.
Z News readied here today of tbe
death of J. II. Somerset at Peachlund,
B. C, Deceased vvub formerly superintendent of education for Manitoba and
in latter years business manager of
the Free Press. He moved to BritiBh
Columbia last spring owing to ill
health.
CARNEGIE'S   LATEST.
Will Give Vancouver 850,000 For Free
Library on   Conditions.
(m>nri.1l, TO TIII5 MINER.)
Ottawa, March 8. ���Mr. Maxwell,
M P., received a telegram from Andrew Carnegie tonight saying he
would give 850,000 for a free public
library to the city of Vancouver provided tbat city gives a site for a building and 85,000 a year fur maintenance.
OPPOSE THE GRANT.
Montreal, March 8.���The Federated
Trades and Labor council oppose
granting ten thousand dollars' by the
council for the entertainment of the
Duke of York. They say the money
would he better spent in public libraries or home for incurables than in enabling millionaires to manifest their
loyalty.
MORE SCHOOL TRUSTEES
THE NEW BILL GIVES TWO MORE
TO NELSON   AND ROSSLAND.
SOME   IMPORTANT    CHANGES
THE ACT WHICH IS JUST
INTRODUCED.   H
IN
STRATHCONAS
HOME AGAIN
Arrived at Halifax Yesterday
On the Allan Liner
Numidlan.
They are All Delighted to
Get Back to Canada
Again.
(SPECIAL TO THE MIXER.)
Victoria, March 8.���An uxamina
tion of the new school bill shows it
will make school boards in the cities
independent of the oity council, who
must absolutely provide money re
qnlsilioned by the board, Under it
the Nanaimo and New Westminster
boards will he reduced to five, and
Rossland and Nelson raised to five,
instead of three, as ut present. Children in tbe cities will be obliged to
attend every school day, instead ot
only six months. School trustees iq
tho cities must have 85(10 in realty.
In this correspondence it was stated
yesterday that Turner said no when
the speaker asked if a petition from
Nanaimo miners had been received
It appears that it was not tbe finance
minister but another government
member.
On Monday the government will submit to the house the result of the Ottawa mission.
The steamer Queen City arrived
back from the west coast this morning. Her officers state that Mr. J. &
Sutton will start work again on the
Wreck Bay placers with a big force of
men on the first of April, and that
the long beach adjoining Wreck Bay
has all been staked and will be worked.    There is ten miles uf it.
Messrs. Price and Biayden returned
on the steamer, They have sold their
claims on Copper island to an eastern
iron syndicate, which has already acquired the San .111.-111 and Sechart properties.
The Warrlmoo tonight will carry an
initial shipment of British Columbia
salmon to Suva, Fiji Islands. Todd &
Sons are the consignees.
(ilEXIAIJ TO TBUB atUIBH.)
Halifax, N. 8., March 8.���Tbe Allan
liner Numidlan, with J Strathcona's
Horse aboard reached here at �� this
morning from Liverpool, after somewhat boisterous weather. The number of troops aboard besides the officers is 260 non-commissioned officers
and men. All are well excepting Pte.
Robinson of Winnipeg, who is seriously ill with pneumonia and will be
sent to hospital here. He was taken
ill the firBt day out from Liverpool.
They are all delighted to get -back
to Canada. Tbe officers all speak highly of tbe men and vice versa, and all
speak well for the Canadian ponies
which they had taken to South Africa
and left there. One of the officers said
the Canadian ponies stood tbe campaign better than any on the Natal
Bide, and from hearsay regarding Australian and New Zealand animals, he
believed the Canadian animals were
superior.
Montreal, March 8.���Strathcona's
Horse is expected to arrive here about
2 a. m., Sunday. morning. They
will only make a short stop, proceeding to Ottawa. It is said'tbe eoloia
presented to the ragiment by King Edward will he deposited In Christ
Church Cathedral,' Montreal.
Do you want some fine stationery���
letter paper and envelopes���with the
name of your home or "Nelson, B.
C.," printed thereon? The Miner can
supply you.
MAKING ALTERATIONS���
J, Y. Griffin, president of the J. Y.
Griffin company, leaves today for the
coast after a brief stay in the city.
The only change whicli is to be made
at preseit in connection with the^Nel-
son business is that some alterations
are to be made tu the interior of tbe
ware house   at an early date, for  tbe
furposc of increasing tbe firm's facilities.
Do you want some fine stationery���
letter paper and envelopes���with the
name of your home or "Nelson, B.
G.," printed thereon? The Miner can
supply you.
MOVING PICTURES���
A trial run of tbe moving pictures
reproducing the leading scenes of the
late Queen's funeral procession, was
made at the opera house last night.
A half dozen spectators witnessed the
trial and all were delighted with the
manner in whicli the moving spectacle was depicted. The vaiious scenes
which went to make up tbe great procession wi'ie faithfully reproduced and
the exhibition is undouotedly one of
the greatest triumphs of cincmato-
giaphy. On Monday evening the pubt
lie exhibition takes place nod the
merit of the attraction will undoubtedly attract a crowded house.
Arc you in want? If you are, tell
the people, through The Miner want
column, what vou are in want of.
you'll get it.
TffE CITT.
WORK DEFERRED���
The commencement of operations
In the direction of improvina the road
bed between Nelson, and Robson has
been deferred until after the visit of
R. Marpole, general superintendent,
who Is expected here next week.
RIDICULOUS REPORTS���
"The report* of smallpox in the
Kootenays now in circulation at the
coast are so exaggerated as to lead
one to believe tbat tbe entire district Is rotten with the plague,"remarked a Vancouver man at tbe Phalr
last night. " I am glad to know that
only a mild case or two really exists
because on the coast people believe
that halt tbe people here have smallpox. " These ridiculous reports are
undoubtedly the result of injudicious
newspaper accounts of the situation.
OTTAWA DELEGATION--
Buslness men generally and particularly the wholesalers are much interested in the board of trade's suggestion that a delegation abould be sent
from Nelson to Ottawa, to urge upon
tbe. government tbe desirability ot
subsidizing a refinery to treat tbe output of Hritish Columbia smelters. At
first view it looks like a serious proposition, but as a prominent wholesaler remarked yesterday, "Tbe future
of the entire country depends upon no
restriction being placed on the development of it�� mineral resources, and
if we are going into tbe matter at all,
It is much better to go in with heart
and soul, and lose no opportunity of
attaining the end in view."
INSPECTOR HERE���
J. R. Greenfield of Vancouver assist,
ant inspector of postofflces for this
province, arrived last night from the
coast to arrange for the fumigation of
mall matter leaving tbe Infected
towns on the Crow's Nest road. He
will bold an interview with tbe medical health officer here and then have
matters so fixed that tbe mail will be
disinfected at the western end of the
Crow's Nest road, probably Sirdar,
The work has to be dose under the
direction, of a postal official, Mr.
Greenfield states tbat. matter of having the eastern mail brought from
Spokane to Nelson via the Kootenay
Valley road iH now bofove the postmaster-general.
A NEW 1DEA-
Tbe latest Bug;rstion regarding
the reorganization of (he fire department Is that instead of purchasing a
new team of horses tbe council slionId
dispose of the present apparatus and
substitute an automobile contriraoce,
these horseless carriages now being
constructed to climb grades up to 35
or 40 per cent A heavy bill for bay
and oats would be saved in addition
to which the fact that the automobiles an climb almost any grade could
be turned to account by doing away
with ladders running tbe whole apparatus to tbe top of a burning building.
It Ib probable Mayor Fletcher and one
or two aldermen will visit New York
and possibly Paris to look into the
matter further. N&WOH DAII.V Mi��I*,  Saturday,  March 9,
The Nelson Jfiner"
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AN ALARMING SITUATION.
It Is   becoming   more and   more apparent every   day that the  conditions
under which the  mining  industry   of
this province   is carried  or are disastrous in their effect, and there   seems
grave   danger   that   it may be strangled outright if a measure of   relief is
not speedily   forthcoming.    The   estimate of the situation contained in the
foregoing sentence is not  put foi ward
by those   igboiant of mining   and the
conditions surrounding tlie   industry,
but by men   wbo, all   will admit, are
competent to   speak   with   authority,
and who would be the last to give utterance to pessimistic views if the situation did not demand it.    In  an   interview   with  The   Miner,   published
yesterday morning, Mr. J, C. Drewry.
manager of   the Canadian Gold Fields
syndicate,   makes   the statement that
his company   would   not mine ore any
further   until   conditions are altered,
so that they can operate   at a   profit.
Be hints that   if the   desired relief is
not forthcoming   a   next step   will be
to close down tbe  mines as tight as a
drum and not do another   hand's turn
until the   situation   changes.    We re-
pectfully submit that this is an alarming condition  of affairs and that the
government   should    give   immediate
consideration to the   necessity of taking some action   whereby the incubus
which now   rests   upon   the   industry
may be removed.   That Mr. Drewry is
not   alonp in his   fears   for tbe future
of the industry is shown by tne statements made by Mr. J.  Douglas Walker, K.   C.,*and   Mr. A. O. Kirby, two
representatives of a group of London,
Eng.,   capitalists  wbo  recently came
out prepared   to Invest largely in Lar-
deau mining properties.   Both gentlemen were recently interviewed by the
Revelstoke   Herald. , Mr,   Kirby  said.|
that there   undoubtedly   existed some
alarm at the amount and   Incidence of
the   legislation  imposed by   the   provincial government on the mining industry.    "It seems," said Mr.Walker,
"that   the   time   has come   when the
taxation on mining should be revised.
Miners, in common with   traders, arc
called   upon to pay*!in annual   license
fee, and in regard to this there is pet-
haps no ground for   complaint, except
that in the mining states to tho south
and in   Ontario  and Quebec   no   such
fee is   imposed.    lie   next  has to pay
for   iecording  a  claim a foe of   82.Id
and for recording  his  outlay,   which
has   been   for     the   ultimate  benefit
of the   state, he   has to pay a   fee   of
?:.'. .10 each   year for five years.    After
doing his Ave years  work and pnying
the   fecB   I   have   mentioned it   costs
him several hundred  dollars to secure
a crown   grunt.    All this must be expended before there is  any   certainty
of a return for the money and time expended, and it is fair to  assume  that
perhaps only one claim out of forty or
fifty   ever   proves    marketable.   The
owner   then   begins   to   develop   his
mine.    It he uses a water power there
is an annual fee for that.    For all the
timber   he   uses  fiom   his claim   the
government charges him 50 cents  per
cord.    All this, it must be remember
ed, is in addition to the heavy customs
tax the   miner, in   common   with   all
tlie rest of tbe  population, has to pay
on tools,    clothing   and food; and the
heavy   expense   he   is   put   to   to get
all these things to the scene of his labors, which usually lies   in a more or
less inaccessible place   and   thousands
of miles from the   manufacturing centres.    So   much   for   initial   expenses
in the shape of taxes and   transportation charges and so   oil.      I may   also
say     incidentally, as  additional evidence   of  the exceptional   difficulties
and expenses   the   miner has to   face,
that the wages he pays are higher and
the hours   of work shorter, limited as
tbe   latter   are   by   statute   to   eight
hours   per   day, than   In   almost any
other Industry.   Besides, you must remember, ah this time he Is helping to
bring into existence tome little   town
near his property, thus creating -jot'
he country additional means of taxation and revunue. The last' s^-yaw to
the camel's load is in tbe Bhj>pc of a
royalty of two per cent, on the gross
profits realised on the ore without
making any allowance for the expenses of mining. There is no such
tax on the output of any other industry. There is do such tax on ore in
the United States, nor as far as we
know in any civilized country. Then
there Ib a land tux of 2.1c. per acre on
every crown granted claim. The government exact an income tax which is
in addition to all the other^taxes."
Mr. Kirby here intervened and expressed the opinion that once this
state of affairs was brought prominently to the attention of   the lcglsU'
ture surely   an   equitable   ���~j ��.
of the burdens of taxation would
be made. Nothing appeared to him
aB more short sighted and impolitic
tban to unfairly tax the industry upon which the future ot British Columbia depended, especially as kindred en
terprises across the border were encouraged in every possible way, Mr.
Kirby added: "There are millions of
money in England awaiting investment and now that there is every
probability of a large amouDt of it being diverted to B. C. it would seem to
an outside observer that the legislators of the province cannot too carefully consider the impolicy of burdening the mining indnstry and alarming investors."
UNION   LABOR.
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table  adjustment Itlu! only L'Bion factory in Canada.
NELSON OPERA HOUSE
Greatly Reduced
Prices.
make  room  for  NEW GOODS we w'^ ��^er
greatly reduced prices so as to move them quickly.
FOR THE BALANCE OF THIS MONTH
Monday, March 11th
we
will
give you
Congratulations to Slocan on Its attaining the dignity of a full fledged
city. 	
A special dispatch from Victoria
contains the information that oysters
have been discovered near Victoria.
Is the correspondent quite sure he did
not mean lobsters?
Queen's
Funeral
Procession
A Washington dispatch says that the
treasury department has issued a
check for $11,750 to Admiral George
Dewey. Dewey, Dewey,���the name
sounds familiar���who is he?
The members of the Opposition have
bad a caucus at Victoria The question of leadership, we are told, did
not come up. That's right; its better
to have Joe resign voluntarily than
to have to kick him out.
GENUINE SHOE  BARGAINS
So call early and get first choice.
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Don't fail to secure seats, and
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Funeral of the Greatest Ruler
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Reserved Heats 50 cents
Hack Seats in Gallery 25 cents
The Nelson Hoard of Trade Ib OiS'
playing commendable activity in all
that concerns the welfare of the district. The suggestion tbat a deputation be sent to interview the government during the present session is a
good one.	
J.   E.  ANNABLE
MANAGER.
YOU NEED
One of These
Great Britain's cup of ill-luck in
her South African operations is filled
to overllowing. No sooecr is the end
of the dreadful war in sight than the
skinny hand of Hague is outstretched
to still further haiass the unfortunate
colonials.
Eloquent testimony to the ability
and worth of Lord l'auncefote, Hritish ambassador to the United States,
Is furnished in the announcement
that the government has determined
to allow him to continue in ollice for
another term.
���A very good piece of news for Nel
son is furnished in the announcement
thut the Hall Mines smeller has blown
in another furnace, thus doubling its
capacity. It means the employment
of a large number of e.xtia bands and
consequently, the expenditure of more
money in the community.
The proposal in the amendments to
the Alien Labor bill, Introduced in
the house on Thursday by Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, to make the penalty for
violation of the act a fine of not more
than 81,000 and not less than $50
seems a very sensible one, and it will
no doubt' muku the uct more work
able.
Vancouver wants the mint and It
wants it mighty badly, so it hus mis
ed $500 and sent a deputation to Ot
town to tie a string to it. It is'a ten-
to-one bet that about tlie best they'lj
get is Maxwell and a mint-julep.
Still Vancouver Is to be commended
for the energy she is displaying in
the matter.
"Robs" has taken occasion to say in
public that Mr. Thomas Atkins,besides
being "a first-class fighting man,
knows how to behave himself like a
gentleman when off duty���referring
particularly to the conduct of the
Hritish soldiers in South Africa. A
statement of that sort makes very
pleasant reading.
TO t'UKav A C4)U�� IN OIVK MI
Take Lnmtlvn Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund tho money If It fails tooure.
2.V.   K. W. Grave�� signal'ire la onaaoh hoi.
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The N. Y. W01 Id Almanac.
Canadian Almanac.
New  Vork Clipper  Annual.
Office Diaries, 1901.
The Great Boer War. By
A. Coiian Doyle. Cloth,
$1.50.
The Eldredge B. Sewing
Machine. (Ball Bearing.)
$30.00.
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
K.-W.-C.  BLOCK.
DRINK
THE BE8T
_BEER
Anheuser-
Busch
St. Loll is
Lager
To bo had wholesale at Nelson.
A. B.
P.   Itithet   &
CO., Ltd.
GRAY Itaker st- ��� NdH"n
Kootcimv Agent.
CRUCIBLE OAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-fi inch diam. $ia 50 per 100 feet. For
immediate delivery in Nelsoav
apply.
j. 0. t. oropts.
t, 0. Uri
In future this label will be attached to all garment!
will be found in tht left hand of the coat.
You will be told that Ready-made Clothing; is equal to
Tailor-made Garments ready-to-wear,
. Did you ever consider that the inside of a garment is
like the works of a clock ? A suit may look well on the
surface, but if inferior in workmanship, it will soon be
found wanting.
In many instances the Ready-made Clothing of to-day
Is thrown together in sweat shops and has trimmings of
inferior quality. Can you expect such Clothing to wear or
hold its shape ?���
We have been tried and have stood the test. A few
years ago we founded Tailor-made Garments in the Dominion and to-day, after the expenditure of time and money,
we have achieved perfection in the manufacture of Tailor-
made Clothing ready-to-wear.   ,
Our registered Brands of Tailor-made Garments are
The "Royal" and The "Fit-Reform."
I The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO.
'   Paid up  Capital,   88,000,000;   Reserve   Fund,   12,000,000;
Aggregate Resources Over 805,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. 8. WALKKK, General Manager.
London Office: 6a Lombard Street, B. C.
New York Ollice; 16 Exchange Place.
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Savings Bank Department.
DepmlU Received and Interest Allowed.   Present Bate 3 Per Cent
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
Nelson Branch.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, M. C
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Tnn>6 Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
order* by twit to any branch will have careful �����** arontrt attention.
THE   PROSPECTORS'  EXCHANGE:
NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK. NELSON, B. C.
Gold, Silver-bead  and  Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
FREE   MILLING   GOLD  properties wanted at once for Eastern
Investors.
Parties having  mining  property for sale are  r-quested to send
samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.
J   We  desire  to  hear from prospectors who have promising mineral
claims In llrititm Columbia.
Prospectors  and   mining  men   are requested   to make  tbe EXCHANGE their headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
ANDREW   P.  ROSENBERGER,
Telephone No. 104.   P. O. BOX 700. NELSON, B. G.
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It contains seeds that  will   mature in   Canada.   All   the seeds]
mentioned in the  catalogue are
fresh.   They    will   grow.    We I
will send a copy with   a   packet
of  our  Steele-Briggs  "Spanish |
King" Onion, large, good-keeping, for 10c.
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and by the best  workmen,   insure
its quality  and  by  the  latest im
proved  methods which  insures its
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The Daybreak Aster
The Steele-Briggs Daybreak
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large round, well-filled long-
stemmed flowers: It blooms early
Continuously and freely. We will
Send a packet of seed and our
large, illustrated catalogue for
10c. This is the largest seed
catalogue published in Canada.
It just shows seeds suited to Canada. Canadian gardeners should
buy from It. They get the largest choice of Canadian seed, and
cannot order unsuitable seed
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Java and Arabian Mocha, per pound I 40
Java and Mooha Blend. * Boundn  100
Fine Santos, 4 pouoda  1 00
Santoe Blond, 6 poinds  100
Oar SpedalBlond, 6 Bounds  100
~ , 100
._  SpecialBlond
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Jew sweet Fea
A new Nteelo-llrieifs catalogue
shows seventy sweet peas suited
| to Canada. For 10c. we will send
it and a paoket of our new Hush
I Sweet Pea, with large   watered
j pnrple flowers. The bush Sweet
Pea grows  upright,   and  where
| grown In a row supports itself.
Tho flowers appear on top of the
plant. It la hardy and vigorous
���just suited to Canada. 10c for
both.
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Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson A Fort
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Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south ta
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson with steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lukt
points.
Connects at Meyer's Falls with
stage daily for Republic, and connects at Bossburg with stage daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
8 :(X) ii. iii Spokane 6:40 p. m.
11:50 a.m Rossland 3:11) p.m.
7:0(1 a.in Nelson 7:15 p.m.
NIGHT TRAIN.
0:45 p.m Spokane 7:00 a.m.
11 .OU p.m Rowland 7:00 a.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Waab
G. K. TAOKABUBY,
Anent. Nelson, B.O
Atlantic S. S. lines.
Dominion Lino Vancouvor..
Dominion Line Dominion..
Allan Line Numidian	
Allan Line Corinthian	
Allan Line Sicilian.
From Portland, Me.
.March ��
.Maroh ��
. March W
MarenlS
March K
i N. B.
.March V
���"arch 16-
From St, John,
Beavor Lino Montfort Mai
Reaver Line Lake Charaplaln Man
Denver Line Steamers call at Halifax one
day later.
From New York
Cunard Line Ktruria   March?
Cunard LinoLucanla  ..March t
Cunard Line Umbria March 16"
Whlto Star Lino Teutonlo March t>
White Star Line Germanic Maroh 13
White Star Lino Majestic Mareh 20
American  Line Vnuorland March*
American Line St. Louis March.1*
American Line New York Maroh 20
N. (1. I.. KniMcrWllhul.il dor Grouse..March fr
N. U. L. Lahn March 2*
From Roston
Cunard Lino lvornia March 0
Dominion Lino Commonwealth March la
Passages arranged to and from all European
points. For rates, tickets and full Inforruatuw
apply to C. P. R. depot agent or H. L. Brown'
City Passenger Agent, Nelson, B. C.
W. P. F. CDMMINOB,
General ' wit. c.p.ll. OrtW, Wlnnlpea-
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION.
Notice is hereby given that James
Gill of the City of Nelson, lumbar
merchant, did on the 31st day of December, 10(H), retire from the "Fair-
view Lumber Company" (carrying bo
business at Nelson), as a partner
therein, and that he will not be responsible for auy debts Incurred *by
said company since said dissolution.
Dated nt Nelson, li. C, this lstb
day of February, A. D., 1801.
JAMBS (JILL-,
Per Elliot A Lennie his solicitors.
TRUE TO NATURE
A natural pose is the first essentia!
in obtaining a good picture. ' The
merit of our pictures is partly In thi��-
You'll like our baby pictures. Try ��
dozen.
QUEEN STUDIO,
Baker Street.
CALL ON THB
NELSON WINE GO.
end try a bottle, a doeen, or a barrel of
~"RY BEEII as It Is tho bet and
i TKP market.   Also .try our
LIQUORS     and    OIQARS.
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WINES,
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TAMBLYN. *�������������������
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About that second hand article of
yours. You'll sell it if you'll advertla*
lt In Tbe Miner want column. Nblion Daily Miner, Saturday, March 9. 1901
WATCH   SALE
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21-
From now until the end of the month we will sell
at the following prices:
ewel Empire Movement, Nickle.Case-<
Watches
....... !p
...
6 25
7
16 00
6 75
8 50
10 00
ewel .
ewel       "   '     .    "   "���-���' Adjusted Nickle'Case.
ewel Waltham Movement, Nickle  Case	
ewel " " '! 8-     d .'...;..
ewel P.~S. Bartlett Movement..	
ewel Royal Vanguard Model Movement   20 oo
ewel  Crescent  Street Vanguard. Model; Movement ..../,... i.V... .;...������ ���������><-��� ��� ..*>���' ��� ��� .ti- 25 ;66-\
rjewel   Vanguard ��� Movement,   -Finest "Waltham
Mov  nent..'. .'.  3000
PATENAUDE   BROS.
till sne used Hu Men's Arnica Salve
Then they vanished as will all Eruptions, Fever Sores, Boils, Ulcers, Carbuncles and Felons from its use. Infallible for Cuts, Corns, Burns, Scalds
75>|��nd Piles. Care guaranteed. 250.
Canada Drug & Book Co."      '
WATCHMAKERS.
Ask your Dealer for
A CRAVENETTE Raincoat
Do you know wliat it is ?
Cravenette is a superior cloth made by Priestley, Bradford,
England, for men's Rain
coats.   T'is sold throughout
England and America, con-
Rubber,
tains
Odor.
no Rubber,   has   no
Yet t'is Rainproof.
SHE DIDN'T" WfiAB A MASK.
ity was completely hid-
bl
But her beaut,    --,_ .
"den by" sores,   blotches  ��nd  pimples
THE   MINER'S  WANT PAGE
I < '.This label ou. the collar of every genuine
Craveuette Oarmeut.
Does not cause Perspiration
as t'is Porous.    Is worn at
all seasons and on all occasions Rain or Shine.
Manufactured into latest style garments-by
E. A. SMALL ot CO., Wholesale Tailors, ! MONTREAL
If our Cravenette, Coats are not for sale in your city, -write us and we
will advise you where tiiey can be procured. ' .'l*, ��' "f
' % i ^��� ���*
*
-
E. U. Moore, the tailor, next to
Nelson Hotel, has the choicest assortment of imported woolens to select
from that can be" found anywhere in
the Koitenays.
QUESTION ANSWERED.
Yes.AugnstB'lower still has the lar-'
pest sale of uny medicine in .the civilized world. Your mothers and grandmothers never thought * of using any
thing else for Indigestion or Biliousness. Doctors were scarce, and they
seldom heard of Appendicitis, Nervous
Prostration br Heart failure, etc.
They used August Flower to clean out
the system and stop fermentation of
undigested food, regulate the action
of the system, and that is all they-
took when feeling dull and bad with
headaches and cither aches. You only
need a few doses of Green's August
Flower, in liquid form, to make you
satisfied there is nothing serious the
matter with yon. For sale bv W.F.
Teetzel A Co. Get Oreena' PVize Almanac.
Dont send out of town for your
clothes. ' E. U. Moore, next to Nelson
Hotel, can make you what you want.
If you don't like Blue Ribbon Tea it's
booause you've never tasted it.
Get your spring suit now. E. U.
Moore, next to jNelson Hotel, has
what you want.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Advertisements inserted under this head at
the rata ot one cent a word per insertion. No
advertisement taken for leas than 36 cents.
Situation Wanted advertisements inserted
throe times free of charge.
FOR    RENT.���Cellar.
Bank of Canada.
Apply    Royal
FOR   SALE.���5-roomed   house,   bath
room,gas range and all modern conveniences, four lots, boat house and
boats on electric line.
Four lots in Bogustown. City water.    On electric line.
Two lots corner   Ward and Robson.
.Two lots on Stanley street. Address, P. 0  Box 118,    Nelson, B. C.
FClt     SALE.���Mendelssohn    upright
piano in first class condition. In use
less than twelve months.   Can be seen
at fire hall.   Will sell cheap.
FOR SALE.���Second   hand   piano  in
good   order.   Will be  tuned  before
delivery.   Apply R. W. Day,   Madden j
Block. ' ' i	
WANTED
WANTED.���A small, neat house handy
to business portion of tbe city. State
number of rooms and if bath room,
closet, etc. Advertiser will be permanent   tenant.      Address,    Cottage,
Miner ollice. J	
SITUATION WANTED���By flrstTclass
hotel
office.
waiter.    Address    D.   Miner
WESTERN Canadian Employment
Office, Victoria St.. P. 0. Box 711.
Phone 270. Wants���Tie makers, axe
men aud tie loaders. Top wages, out
of town. Girl for general housework out of town. Nuise girl in
.town, also girl IS years old to help
with general housework.
Applications for posit'ons. First
class hotel cook and good camp cook,
female. Good chambermaid, and one
good girl for housework.
MISCELLANEOUS
A PERFECT fitting ladies tailor system taught, cuts bias darts and seamless waists.    Peters A Dynes, Broken-
Hill Block.
FURNISHED   ROOMS���With or without board on Silica Street;   central.
Address, II. W. S., Miner.	
FIRST-CLASS   Room and   Board,   in
private   family,   ieasonable   terms.
Apply on Silica street, two doors west
of Ward.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited,   <
YARDS   AT   NELSON AND ROSSLAND.
MILL AT. PORTO KICO S1D1NO.
PIERRE   BROS.   ''
Ladies' and Gents' Merchant Tailors and
' Suits Made to Order, Gleaned, Dyed, Altered and Repaired-
Josephine St., Opposite Clark? Hole],
A SNAP.���SI,500 buys a ranch not far
from   Nelson,     77}$    acres.   Eight
acres   cleared.    R. W.   Day,   Madden
block.
NICE large room for rent on Silica
Street, opposite English Church.
FOR SALE.���Lot on Vernon street,
bringing   in   ground   rent   uf 825 a
month. 82000.    Apply R.  W. Day.
ROOMS
block,
oflice.
TO LET .��� Cleraent-Hlllyer
Apply Tramway  company's
NELSON Employment
St., J. H.  Love.
WANTED. ���Laundress
housework.
Agency, Baker
i
Girls     for
JAPAN TEAS���"Spider Leg," "Pan-
fired," "Sun Cured,"���have a place in
our stock. The new "Ceylon Green"
is fine flavored and economical. Kootenay Coffee Co.
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
rnUOBPE ft OO. Limited-Corner Vernon
X and Cedar dtrculs, Nclhon���Manufacturers of and wholesale dealers In aerated waton,
and fruit syrups, bole airuuU fur Halcyon liut
Spring;* mineral water.   Telupliono till.
MAPS OF BOUNDARY COUNTRY.���
Randolph Stewart's new map, showing all surveyed mineral claims. 81.50
each.    R. \V. Day, Mudden Block.
PRIVATE rooms and   board.    Heated
throughout.     Use  of   bath.    Apply
Mrs. Reilly, one door above Postofiice.
FOR SALE���Second hand safe. Cheap.
Apply J. J. Walkei, jeweler.
FORTtENT���Building formerly used
as cottage hospital. Seven medium
sized rooms, two exceptionally large
rooms. Modern conveniences. Apply
A. U. -Sherwood.
'  "'    " ��� , ���',.flg=
.    I
Mail Orders Solicited.
P. 0. Box 634
IBlBbSOH' ELECTRIC ' TMffAi CO, Mi.
LOTS   FOR   SALE   ON   EASY   TERMS.
.Large number of Choice Building Lots adjacent to the line of the!
Tramway.    For price and terms of sale apply at the oflice of  the Company, Macdonald Block  coiner of Josephine and Vernon Streets.
A. V. MASON, Secretary.
Dressed  Ltimber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always In
vst .. ���   . ***&,. }   .,,
. We corty a complete Week of Coast Flooring"
Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Wqrlr,. Basil and
poors.- Special order work will receive prompt
attention'  Mall orders solicited.
Porto Rico Lumber Oo.,
��. w. *Aa"* vat.
ffOR SALE.���A snap, 7-roomed house,
3 bath, pantry, at corner of Silica and
Cedar street, 81,785. For full particulars apply nt olliee.
FOR SALE.���Two lots and 0-rootoed
house, bathroom, cellar, etc. Large
kitchen range in place, cost 93,500.
House piped for gaa all sanitary Improvements. Full particulars applv
office, IL W. Day.   83000.
FOB SALE.-
182, 50x120
���Lot 3, block 4,
8250.
sub-dlv.
CAN PROCURE Tenants for tlie fol-
lowing, must be near town. Six-
roomed house, all modern conveniences, $25; 7-roomed house, all modern
conveniences, $25; 5-roomed house,all
modern conveniences, 825.
Read Offloo
LirtlTBD
-Hendrw and VeiDraft., Nelson.
New "Round" Cabbage
We send a packet of our
Steele-Briggs Early Spring Cabbage and out big IJ lust rated seed
I cutalogue for Kle. The catalogue
the largest Canadian seed
catalogue. It only contains
seeds suited .to,Canada. , Steel.e-
liriggs seeds are all fresh and
gf*Hf**vell. The cabbage ie exsj
tilt early. Tlpr'hends are round
and i oompact.'�� They -��� may be
planted closer together than ordinary cabbages. Send 10c for
the catalogue and the packet by
mail.
THE STKKLRBRiaaS SEED Co.Ltd.
Toronto, Canada's Ureatcst aeert House-
Strathconas
Kobteiiay Lake General Hospital Jtociety;
NOTICE   OF   ANNUAL   MKKTIN01
That's the name of the product of another new industry
for Nelson���the Nelson Cigar
Factory. "Strathconas"
are manufactured, from the
finest selected imported Leaf
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3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
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VTKLSON   BOUA   WATER   FACTORY���
J^l N. M. Cummins, Lessee��� Kverj kuuwn
variety of soft driuks. 1' u box 8a. Telephone
No. 31. Hoover direct. Nelson, iloltlers of the
famous Hi. Leon Hot Spring Mineral Water
ARCHITECTS
CI AMO fc MACUONAL1I 111. Cane, James
J A. Macdonald)���Architects und sui>criii-
tciitlenlH. liroken 11111 lilocu. euinur liaker and
Ward Streets, rselsou.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
HJ. EVANS & CO.-Baker Street. Nel-
��� son���Wholesale dealers in liquors, ci-
Kars, cement. lire brick and lire clay, water
pipe and steel rails, und general commission
merchants.	
URAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
Is there anything you want?
If there is, make that want
known through The Miner's
Want Page and you will get
it. A Miner want ad. always
brings results.
HEALTH DEPARTMENT.
.���  LW - i,
Regulations for the Prevention  of the
Spread  of    Smallpox   in  the
City of'Nelson.
Nelson, .B.C., Maroh 2nd; Hull.
All passengers arriving   at the City
of Nelson from ,all points  east of the
Kootenay" River   will  be required to
furnish   tbe   Inspector   or   Officer  ip
charge   of  the carrying   out of these
regulations with a certificate from the
Health   Officer  of-tne   city   or town
from   whi-ih   be or she has loft,   con-
,.,���_. tainlng the following particulars:
tobacco and  mads by ���union  in any place or building Infected with
men.    Made  in  two  sizes,  ���smallpox.
j   (b) That he or she has not   lived in
auv place or building whicli  lies dan
e. d. j. ctwisfiB,
land, am*, nml Insurance **<�����!
FOR SALE���7-roomed   house, modern
conveniences three blocks .from post-
office.    Veiy cheap'
i
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BKAUKMAN-KjUK MILLINU CO., LTD.-
Wholetiale aud retail tloalora iu Kraiu,
hay, flour, food. Mills at Victoria, Now Wot -
minster; Edmonton, Aita, UlovulorH on Calgary and Kdmontou Kaflway. Mauufacturerti
of the celebrated 11. 6c K. brand cerualu.
UKOCE1UE3
A MACDONALD & Co.-Corner Fron
��� and Hall tttreetH���Wholesalo grocers
and jobbera in blanket*, glovuH, mitU, booU,
rubber*, macklnawti aud Uiiuoru' uuudriud.
LUMBER
NELSON ��AW ANU PLANING M1LL-
Oltlco corner Hall aud Front Sircetn,
iNelaon���Lumber, oelltng, flooring, and every
thing fn wood for building purposes. Oet our
prices.   Correspondence solicited.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
PBURN8 & Co.-Bakur Street, Nelson���
���   Wholesale dealers in frcbh and cui-ed
lueatfa.   Cold Storage.   _	
WEST   KOOTENAY   BUTCHER   CO.���
Balrer Street, Nelson��� Wholesalo deal*
era in frosh and cured meats.
3
WANTED���Two desirable tenants for
v.iiemi-detached cottages, all improvements, hot ��� and cold water, gas, etc.
I'Rebts 925 including water rent; on
corner of Cedar and Vernon streets.
Ready,, a lease desirable. David Mor-
ria, P. O. box 071, city.
FOR SALE.���Two lots near car barns,
only Jtm
FOR SALE.���7-roomed, modem house,
:.'-room   cabin on   30 ft. lot,   three
blocks from postofiice, for   a few days
at ��2,.WO. ' 	
and
FOR RENT.-4-roohT
7-room houses
a-room,
Try   them.     They   will   be
found the best on the market.
OF ANNUAL
. In accorduncewltli the Hy-lnwH of
the Society, tlie'Annual (leneral Meeting will be held in the Hoard of Trade
room on Tuesduy March IStn at 3
p. m.
'   All annual BubScrlbcrs. of the sum of
JjlO are member,t>f tliu.Society und ell-
gibjt.-^i' takciiar't' iii the election of
"directors for the ensuing term.
���"NOTICE   OF CIIANOE   OF   TITLE.
Notice   is   hereby given that at the
Annual General Meeting of the Roott-i
'..'nay IjUjic Ucneial   Hospital   Socllety, |
'.-a resolution will   lie   moved uslted the
;Lleuteiiant-(h)vertior - in ��� Council    to
grunt.a   cliungii. of. title   from "'I'liu ,
Koott'nay Lake, 'flunerul HoNpi.tal-'^o
cleiy".to "Tliu Nelson (Irnoral llospl
tal Soolety."
F, JW. HWANNBLL,   ,
r^m^RMt- Secret my!
 m ,     .   ���
Stid for These   v
Our big lllustriiled seed catalogue Is just issued. It is the
largest Canadian sued cHtatogue.
Every seed In this .eutttloguq  is |
1 suited to Canada-.   Wo'Will  mhli
it anywhere with u packet of our
I Steele-Hrlggs    "Uraders"    pea
land   "Red   Hubbard"   sjjiia'eh���|
two new, good garden nqvelties,
| for 10c. ���'".    . -> -
THK 8TKKLK-BRIGGS finKT1 CO. ttd.
| Toronto, Oodada's Grititont eeodjlotisc.
NELSON M FACTORY
.._.    .'  Victoria. Strert.
LOVELL SHITH, Prop.
Two-pound Onicns
Onr Steel-Htiggs Olant Prlw-
takcr Onion is tho largest handr
Koiiie.Ht, finest flavored,best shap- .
ed, most feu per lor, > y el low globe
onion ever introduced. Some
times it grows 311 to the bushel.
Many of them weigh two
pounds. We will send a packet
of .this onion seed and our large
new illustrated seed catalogue���
tbe'largest in Canada���for loo J
by mall. j
THK HTkKI u-mtuios HKKI) CO. Ltd.
Toronto, Canada'n greatgt Bocd Hour a.
FOR SALE���The finest   location tor a
large residence in the city.	
FOR SALE,���6-roomed  house,   ottn,
sewer connection, stone foundation,
lot   40x75.   Four   blocks   from   Post-
office.    Only 82,800.
i COLD���GOLD���GOLD.���Free   milling
gold   mines   and   prospects wanted.
Send samples and reports   to   Andrew
Rosenberger, Room 4, K. W.-C. block,
Nelson, 11. C., Phone 104.    P. O.   Box
INo. 700. 	
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
LAWRBNCK HAItDWAHK CO-Baker
Street, Nelaon ��� Whol^ualo dealani in
hardware, miners' utipplieti, sporting soodu,
etc,       	
M'L&CHLAN BU08. (Siiccowoni to Vancouver Hardware Co, L.U1.) linker Street,
Nelaon���Wholesale dealer,, la hardware and
luinlng mipplicH, plumboni' aud tinsmithu' sup-
pile^	
NKIjSON   HARDWAHK   CO.-Wholewile
paints, oils and k>sh; utechauicn' toolH.
Aitent* foi Ontario Powder Works; lyn unit,'
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
MISCELLANEOUS
WE HAVE   in stock choice teas from
India, Ceylon, China, and Japan. Wc
Wend them to your taste.    All  prices
nnd qualities.    Kootenay  Coffee Co.
GRADUATE NURSE���Mrs. Seton.
��� Stone house on Upper Silica street.
THE ANGLE LAMP���No smoke, no
smell, no trouble, light that never
tails. Address Charles Hurt, agent,
Nelson.
COPPER���COPPER���COPPER-Copper
mines and prospects wanted. Send
samples and report to The Prospectors'
Exchange, Room 4, K.-W.-C. block,
Nelson. B. ft, Phone, 104. P. O. Box
No. 700.
TO RENT.���Two roomed cottage   furnished.   Apply II., Miner office.
A, S- BAl^OW.vA.illo.b
ProvinciiU Land Surveyor.
Oorner Victoria and Kootenay 8W.
P. O. 'Box Ml. TeleDhnne No. W
gerousiy neur  any  infected   building
or district.
,. (c) That lie or she has heen recently
successfully vaccinated.
2. If tbe Inspector believes that any
person is infeotedi or that his or her
clothing or other effects contain infection, the Inspector shall detain
such.person, and blear her clothing
and effects as aforesaid, until the period of incubation is over, and such
person. .and his clothing and other
effects shall be nt once dimnfeeted.
:i. If lie only suspects that any person on board, or the effects of any
; suJch' person, have .been exposed to
iufectfim, he shall notify the Medieul
Health'Officer of the locality to which
the peraon Is going to meet the train
or boat, and to keep the person
thereafter under'observation.
4. In the event of any passenger
bringing-any baggage (hand or otherwise) or whether the same shall be
forwarded by uxprcss, tbe following
certificate may \also be required from
the Health Officer of tbe town or
city aforesaid:
(a). That the. said baggage (here
give fnll descriptlon'of �� said baggage
so that there can be no. .question as to
ldcntlllcttloii) has. not been in any
place or building Infected with smallpox.
(b) That the said' baggage has not
been stored or used in anyplace or
building which lies   dangerously near
C, D. J. CHEMTIH, Baher Blrrd.
FOR     SALE���Household,    furniture,
including new six hole steal range.
Address W. H. <!..   office.
And ad. in The  Miner want column
always brings results.
WANTED.���The reader to know that
if he   reads   this,  other people will
read his ad, in this column.
IT WILL PAY you to read our ad. iu
another column. Our blend of tea nt
Thirty cents   per pound will suit you
Kootenay Coffee Co.
MANDOLIN,���VIOLIN.���French Language.    Lessons by C. Leblanc.   Silica   street,     opposite    St.    Saviour's
church
rpURNKK, BKKTON & Co.-Cornor Vernoa
X and Jobuphlne Stroots, Nefflon���Wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars, and dry goods.
Agent* for Pabst Browing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Browing Co or Calgary.
HUDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholeaale grooerioi
and Hqqors etc.. Baker Street, Nelson.
Al.li'OHNlA WINK CO., Llmitod-Conior
,    Kroit and Hall HtrecU, Nelson���Whole-
m.le dealers   n wlnos lease and bulk), and
domestic and imported cigars.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & FRUITS
DRESSMAKING and plain sewing by
the day.    Addicss MiaB Hanex, Box
5(17, Nelson. 	
T Y. GRIFFIN fc CO.-Cornor Vornon and
tl . Josephine Street*. Nelson ��� Wholesalo
dealers in provlBlo-s   ured .,n ts, butter and
etws.	
HELP WANTED.-The  Miner  wants
you to help swell   this  column.    A
Miner want ad, always brings results
CHANGE OF  BUSINESS.
The Nelson Transfer company desire
to notify the public that we have disposed of our entire business toMossis.
Kurtz 'A Williams, operating under
the name of the Nelson Transfer and
Freighting company. We will collect
all amounts owing to us and will discharge all obligations incurred by us.
NELSON TRANSFER COMPANY.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
We desire to inform the public that
we have this day uken over the business of the Nelson Transfer Company,
and will operate the same business
under the firm name of the NelBon
Transfer A Freighting Company, R.
II. Williams being manager,
KURTZ A WILLIAMS.
Apri-
Trees
F. O. GBEKN F. B. ULEMENTH
GREEN & CLEMENTS
i.
Civil Engineers and Provincial
Surveyor*.
i
O. Box W
Walaon   B. a
GAMBLE & O'REILLY
*��        Bakkk Strjbkt.-    -
v%
Real Estate and ittsurar.ee Agents,   i
,lC .FOR.SALB , ,
Tliree lots and bungalow, r, rooms
nnd bathroom, with dll mndernim-
provementB, electric light, rlxtiirc.s
complete; good locality, good view.
���Situation, ILabver Street, near .los.li-
phi lie. ' Easy ti'rms.
'Lota, BJock-'i, Bogustown,   with !>-,
robme'd house, new;' 801)0;
Hill Street���Lotand (l-roomed house
with bathroom, modern conveniences, <
plumbing complete, V1V00; -n rent for ,
��35 per month.
Toronto Gem Lettuce
We will send two. packets oil
Steele- Hnggn Toronto Gem Lettuce and our large illustrated
seed catalogue for 10c. This
lettuce is tender and crisp. Tha
heads arc' well formed. The^
leaves are well crimped and curl*
ed. It is of delightful ilnvor. It
stands heat well. The cataloguer
only lists seeds suited to Canada.
Ry buying from it there Ibb better chance of success than by/
buying from ordinary catalogued.    ���
THKHTV.KhK liltIIK)HSKKDOO.Ltd".
Toronto, Canada.s Greatest Heed Houho.
Home Crown
Fruit    and   Ornamental    Trees,
Roses,     Slii'iuiN,     Vines,    Ilulbs,
Hedge Plants, Seeds.
Extra choice stock of  Peach
eot. Plum, Cherry   and   Prune   _
New importation of first-class Rhodo
dendrons, Roses, Clematis, Hay Trees,
Hollies, etc,
80,000 to choose from. No agents
nor commission to pay. Orders dug in
one day, you get it next train. No
fumigating nor Inspection charges.
Greenhouse plants, agricultural Implements, fertilizers, bee supplies, etc.
Largest and most complete stock In
the province. Send for catalogue or
call and make your selections before
placing your orders.    Address
M. J. HENRY Vancouver, R. C.
WHITE LABOR ONLY.        	
any infected building or district
All railway, and .steamboat corn-
to   the
6,   nt,  .��.....��Jl.Hn    	
panics   must adhere   strictly
following regulations:
(a) All mall' and baggnge from
points above mentioned destined for
the City of Nelson, on, or before leaving the last point of call on Kootenay
river must. furnish the Inspector or
Oflioer in charge of the carrying out
of these regulations, with n certificate
or tnestr roiuin,ivu.,  ...... ..
from the Health Olllcer of such points
���where   fumigation  takes   ���"-"~  "**���
Coal and Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Blairmore Coal,    ���   $6*76
Crow's Nest  Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,    -    -   $10.75
DHLIVERBD.
No order can be accepted unless
occompanitd by cash.
Office Oorner llall and Baker Streets.
TWJfjjjjfi aS	
C.W.WEST&C0.1H.&M.BIRP
   place" that
same has been done.
(b) All cars or steamboats on
which have been discovered infected
persons, baggage or mall, will not be
permitted to again convey passengers,
baggage, etc, into the City of Nelson
until disinfected and fumigated to
the satisfaction of tho Medical Health
Officer of this city.
~(c)'No Indians, shall hu allowed to
land in the City of Nelson under any
conditions..
This Proclamation to go into effect
immediately.
.. .      ,   FRANK FLETCHER,
! Mayor of the City of Nelson, R. C.
D.  LAI1AU,
i   '��� Medical Ueollh Officer,
J). J. DEWABi, J. P.J
Rotary Public, Oonvejancor-
FDR   SALE.
91,0.10 buys li-room  cottage on Mill st.
near Hall.
gl.ii.10 buys house and lot on   Houston
street,   house   Ib 1 % story stone
foundation.
SI,.1.111   buys   H-rooiu   house,    Latimer
st,lot 75x75. Very cheap.
���000 for   nice building lot ou   Silica,
near Ward.
I want to get a 5-room cottage near
tons.   Cash.
Loans on Improved   property.    Low
rates.
Agent, lor Eureka niner.l Wool and
Aabnto* Co.
Insurance Oo. ol North America, Mutual Lift
Insurance Go., ol New York, Quebec
Fire Assurance Co.
REAL ESTATE. MONEY TO LOAN.
FOR SALE.
House and   lot  on Observatory
St. close to Josephine St. ; 8200
cash, 8600 easy terms $800 00
Capt. Tump's   house   and four
lots on Stanley   Street.    Full
particulars on application.
Mrs.   Snowden's  residence   on
Robson street
50-foot corner on Latimer St... 525 00
Two 85 foot   lots   in   Illock 40,
Latimer  street  500 00
Two good, level lots on   Nolson
avenue,   VogUBtown  375 00
FOR RENT.
A furnished   house on Corbon-
St.. ;   5 rooms and   bathroom ,
modern    conveniences;     per
month  8.10 oo
A furnished house on Josephine
St. ; 0 rooms and bath room ;
per month     4<> on
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE is
the only place in Hritish Columbia
where prospectors can exhibit samples
of their ore to the mining public. No
charges made for exhibiting your ore,
and listing vour propcitv. Room 4,
K.-W.-C. Block, Nelson, 11. 0. Phone
104.
LU ip ber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings. Sash Doors,
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
undLARLO,
HEADIOFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWAED.
SILVER KINO MIKE
Will pay the highest oash price for all
kinds of second band goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, atoves, caiperta,
cooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oaat off clothing.
Call and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box WO. B>U
8treet. Nelonn.  P   "
40��O40*0*0*C
DBUNESS GO
BE CURED
IS YOUR HUSBAND, BROTHER, FATHER, or any of your
relatives afflicted with the Dis
case of Drunkenness ? vVe have
ii sure cure which call be given
with or without tlie knowledge
of the patient. Semi for particulars, enclosing 'i. cent stamp
for reply. Address Dr. W. II.
Saunders A. Co., Chicago. III.
���O*O*O*04
H- E- T- HAULTAIN, CE-
CONSULTING
MINING ENGINEER.
OFFICE: 8, 9 avd 10, K.-W.-C. Block.
GALTJOOAL.
For domestic or steam use.
A  full   supply always  on
hand.
Kales to  all  railway  and
lake points.
VV. P. TIERNEV,
General Agent.
Tel. No. 265.
Oflice ��� Two doors   west
C.P.R. offices.
H.E.CROASDAILE
MINE & SHAKE BROKER.
connissioN aobnt.
P. O. Box 626. Cable Adiires.: "Oroasdalle,"
Nalun.   Gods-Morolng . Noal.
Is propsred to negotiate the sale of
developed mines, lias arranged for
(leuliiiK in shares on the London nnd
Montreal Stock Kxehiirigts. Sharen
bought and sold in I^indon on margin.
Will take charge of the interests ot
absentee investors.
Other: Selons Block, Kelson, II (1
A new supply of office stationery   is
wlint you want now.    Telephone   144,
The Miner Office, and we
you,
will call -on
HOTEL ROSSLAND
VEUN0N ST., NELSON.
RATES
By the week from $5 to 16.
By the day *ioo.
J. V. O'liAUQHTJN, Prop-
Mesdames LambertftCo.
A L'ELECANTE
CORSET MANUFACTORY.
French Corsets manufactured //<'��'
measurement, anil upon latest Paris
models. Imported French goods used.
Wert Block, 287 Baker Street, near
Hall Street. Nelson   Daily . Minbk,  Saturday,  March 9, 1901
THE CITY
���A/**/**/VS*/y*vvv��v<*/vV'iiiWw
AN appoin��me1nt-
H. E. T. Hatiltain, mining engineer
of this city, has been appointed consulting engineer of the Juno mine.
OUT OF IT���
The Crow's Nest Coal Company is
notifying its local patrons that James
Johnston, general selling agent, has
severed his connection with the company;
ACKNOWLEDGMENT���
The United Charities organization
has requested the Miner to acknowledge with thanks the receipt by the
organiation of a quantity of clothing
from Mis. T. A. Mills.
IDA LOOKS WELL���
Charles Parker.mlniug engineer, has
returned from an inspection of the Ida
property on Morning mountain. The
tunnel on the'lead is now in BO feet,
and the showing of ore in the face is
regarded as most promising,
ANOTHER ACTION���
Macdonald & Johnson commerced
an action yesterday on behalf of a
Slocan City client to recover 8:i,0ixi
from the Chapleau Mining company.
the amount, in issne being part of
the purchase price of the Clyde mineral claim.
THE LARDO WHARF���
The tug Procter left yesterday for
Lardo with a quantity of material for
the construction of the wharf and slip
being constructed there in anticipation of the summer work on tlie Lardo
railroad. On Sunday the steamer
Kokanee will bring 80 tons of- ore
from Crawford Bay to the Nelson
smelter.
OOFFEE HITS HARD.
Almost Killed a California Girl.
A young lady in California had a
remarkable experience with coffee
drinking. The details are most interesting to anyone who even suspects
that coffee is damaging to'tlie health.
She says, "I drank Coffee from a
cihld, and a few years ago my health
began to break down everything I ate
or dralik distressed me, and I settled
into a chronic form of dyspepsia accompanied with a headache every
morning, and was very irritable most
of the time. I could not sleep with
out taking a sleeping draught. While
at first the pains in my stomach were
slight, they kept growing worse, until finally the most wholesome food
nnd drink would clause Intense agony,
and a few minutes after eating 1
would have to throw everything up.
My doctor had been telling me for
some time that coffee was hurting me
but I did not believe it was true, for
I saw many people drink coffee and
thought I could.
Of course, in this condition I could
not sustain my flesh and strength,
and I lost in weight from 85 pounds
down to DO pounds,and became a perfect skeleton, starving to death in a
land of plenty. 1 was confined to my
bed and dying by inches. The doctor
told me there was no chance of my
ever getting well us my stomach was
worn out.
They had begun to wonder how
many "more days I wonld live. 'One
day a lady friend called and told how
wonderfully she had been helped out
of 'stomach trouble and headaches
by leaving off coffee and using Postum
Food Coffee and Orape-Nuts Food.
She went to work and made me a
nice cup of Postum and prepared a lit
tie llrope-Nuts. I dreaded the torture
of taking anything into my stomach,
but she coaxed me to take a spoonful
of Postnm and of GrapcNuts. To my
great surprise, I found that I did not
have any path \b Hpeillc of in my stomach, and the food actually stayed
down.
Everyone was Completely mystified
In a little time afterward drank
three spoonfuls of the Postum and
took a little more of the Urape-Nuts.
and that stayed down and seemed to
sooth my nerves and give me a restful
feeling.
Soon after the doctor came in and
my nurse told htm that, for the first
time In three weeks, food had stayed
ou the stomach. He could hardly be
lleve her as he thought death was very
near. Then he wanted to know what
I bad been eating and drinking. He
took home some of the (Impc-Nuts
and Postum. The next day he said
there was no mystery about it, as he
had analyzed the samples and said he
hud found a pro-digested food,and one
that would not hurt the stomach, and
the Postum was the most natural
drink he had ever seen. He-said thut
it did not excite the nerves as did
coffee, and that It was nourishing ami
built up the system Instead of tearing it down. Ilo had my nurse give
me more of the Postnm and Crape*
Nuts and said there 'was one chance in
ten that my system might be built up
and my life saved.
In less than a week's time I could
drink half si cup of Pohtntn at once,
and how it did quiet my nerves and
make me feel like I Was getting some
strength.
Six days after beginning Postum I
went to sleep the first time in two
months with out tubing a sleeping
draught. So step by step I kept on
improving. The headaches disappeared. My stomach become stronger raeh
day and I gained steadily In weight.
At the end of four months I felt like
a new person, and had gained fifty
pounds in weight, could sleep well,eat
plain food, and, all in all, feel well
and strong again.
My heaii Is so clear that I can think
better than I ever could. I know, und
all of our friends know, that there Is
not the slightest doubt but flint 1
would be In my grave today but for
Postum Food Coffee ond Grape-Nuts.
You can publish this account if you
wlie but please only use my Initials."
Miss N. V., Sebastopol, Calif. Full
name and address given to those in-
terested upon application to tlie Pol* |
turn lineal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek,
Mich.
NELSON MAN HO NOKED���
At tlie meeting of the Canadian
Mining Institute in Montreal, R. R.
Searcy, manager of the Hall Mines
smelter, was elected vice-president.
���'SOCIAL THIEVES"���
Tomonow evening at Emmanuel
church Kev. Wm. Munroe will speak
about "Social Thieves." The usual
excellent music will be rendered and
eveiyone is cordially welcome.
CONTRACT CLOSED���
Captain C. W. Busk, of Kokanee
creek, was in the city yesterday, arranging for the construction of the
new residence at his lanch. Tbe residence will be built by Martin Madden.
THK WORK DONE���
The Erie Mountain Consolidated
company has secured a certificate of
improvements on the Hilford mineral
claim. This is one of a group of
claims under development with every
prospect of becoming a valuable property.
TO CURE THE GRIP IN TWO DAYS
Laxative Bromo-Qulnine removes tho cause.
F. Mourgues and wife, Lemon   creek;
C. A. Godson, Vancouver.
Hume���C. L. Lightfoot, Vancouver;
D. F. Dickson, Winnipeg;; John Mo-
Vicar, Ymir;,W. A. Biaytoii and wife,
Kaslo; Montague Banks,  Winnipeg.
OLD SOLDIER'S EXPERIENCE.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran,
of   Winchester,    Ind.,   writes:    "My
< wife was sick a long time in spite of
good doctor's treatment, but was
wholly cured by Dr. King's New Life
Pills, wihch worked wonders for her
health."    They     always      do.    Try.
j them. Only ,'.'5c. at Canada Drug. &
Book Co.
BACK AGAIN���
II. E. Macdonnell, general freight
agent for the Kootenay division, returned yesterday after meeting W. R.
Maelnnes, Western freight- agenti
Mr. Macdonnell states that freight
matters are moving smoothly and that
no new features have developed recently.
MOYIE INDUSTRY���
W. II. and Samuel Grant are in
Moyie at the present time with a proposition to erect a 97,000 saw mill
capable of turning out 3.5,000 feet of
lumber daily. They havo estimated
that the ".timber limits ou the north
side of the upper lake contain 125,000,
000 feet of first class timber.
ENLARGING THE HUME-
A C. Ewart, architect, went over
the ground north of the Hotel Hume
yesterday witli Manager Horace Hume
for the purpose of obtaining an idea
o,f the space available for an addition
to the hotel building,such as was suggested in The Miner recently. Sketch
plans for a brick wing are to be prepared shortly.
BUSINESS GOOD���
The Nelson wholesalers report business throughout the district as good
during the last week. To quote one
large dealer the situation is that,
"while things are not rushing by any
means, the volume of trade is good,
and business is quite as lively as
could be expected at this quiet season
of the year." In a few weeks the
usual spring activity may be expected
to commenoe.
THE PIPER PIPED���
A couple of score of spectators were
treated to an impromptu entertainment at the Hotel Phair last night.
Stewart Curruthers, late of the Fifth
Royal Scots, and a piper of more than
ordinary talent, culled on Mr. Gibson
and, of course, was invited to play a
few airs. Tlie skirling of the pipes
on tlie balcony of the hotel drew a
large crowd which enjoyed the entertainment thoroughly.
SIDEWALKS   WANTED���
The board of works met yesterday
and went into the matters referred by
the council at recent meetings, it
was decided to recommend the construction of sidewalks at several
points in the city where the necessity
for walks is pressing. Tlie wharf
matter was discussed by the committee but no rccommendaion will be
made ut the present time. The finance
committee met last night and went
through the usunl budget of accounts.
LEAVE 'EM ALONE-
Two Nelson small boys were given a
lesson yesterday in the principle that
the Chinaman who is quietly attending to his own business should be left
alone. The lads tackled a celestial
and dumped nis basket of vegetables
into a creek. They were brought up
at yesterday's police court and assessed the value of the vegetables���a couple of dollars���besides being warned
that their method of discouraging
oriental immigration was contrary to
law.
LAKE IS OPEN���
The C. P. 11. steamers on the Arrow
lakes are now running on schedule
time, tho thaw having put an end to
the trouble from ice. The ice breaker In still being operated because tlie
leu Hoes occasionally become jammed
in the channel, but this Is not likely
to continue more than a few days
longer. Meantime, tlie stoumets are
coming through at full speed, und the
evening train Is not likely to be delayed in future waiting for bout connections.
WHO ARE TIIEY?-
Tliut u Rugby football club exists In
Nelson will doubtless be a surprise
for readerN of The Miner, yet the foi
lowing paragraph from tho Cran'
brook Herald would seem to indicate
tbat such an Institution was In .the
ring: "The Nelson Rugby football
club are anxious to send their players
to Criinbrook to try conclusions with
an East Kootenay team. It remains
with football enthusiasts in this district to find out what can be done to
accept their challenge."
HALL SEASON OPENS���
The baseball season opened yesterday when two junior nines took possession of the ball grounds and Indulged in n lively game. The players
were: St. Joseph's school, F. Greyer-
belbl. Duve. McAlmon, E. Klneuan,
A. CrOBiett, W. (Sturgeon, W. o'Shaai-
bo, J Davidson und (I. Gore; Cen-
i'ul school, Fred Perry, H. Avery, F,
.oveiiiig, II. Gallon, Hob McLaugh-
III, Miekie McCaiidllsli, Ken Weir, A,
fftcksoti and Rusty Davidson. 'The
'entral shcool boys won out by n score
if II runs to 4.
$mk
Thla signature la on every box of tb�� aanulo.
Laxative Bromo-Quinne �����*>�����
the remedy that cares m
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ >
i A TTi PIT0f B��yal 0an9diw>B
��� ill lHUlV at Paardeberg.
T     The present is a lime when war pic-
T  turns are ir greater demand than ever.
The conductor the Hritieh soldier* on
tho battlefield has  wan the plaudits
cf admiring nations.  Wo havo at areut
expense published four large, beautiful'
pictures, si/e 20*21, on heavy, superllne
calendered paper,   A picture that will
commend lt-o'.f and send a. thrill to the
' heart of every true C:m<ulian Is the one
called Attack of   Royal  Canadians at
Paardeberp.   There are literally nun-1
dreds of figures on this a4cUm\ the <
mountains or kopjes   stretching   out.
Into the distance are swarming with
men, while here and thero a prostrate.
tigtiro speaks only to well of the Boer
riflemen. It was on this battlefield thut:
tlie oallant Major Arnold met death un- -
flinchingly.   Indeed it is onty too true..,,
that many of those gallant hearts tliat ���,,
beat so high when the cheering thous- ,,,
ands  hii'lo them God speed an they.-,,
sailed from Canada's snores now lie , ,
still forever In lonely graves on tho  ,,
other side of the world under Africaiiv ,,
skies.   To every Canadian heart, to ,,
every Canadian home, the deeds of ,,
th-ir bravo soldier boys speak with an. s
irretistib'.e   thrill of   patriotism   and
pride.    Gordon   Highlanders   at   the;',
Battle of Belmont, charging, the Boer
Guns at Elandslaagte, and the Charge:
of General French's Cavalry on mo:._
Retreating   General  cronje's   ArmyaL.
These are all - stirring pictures, iu d .,,
cannot fail to 'commend themstlvos to
any one who wil exp mine ttem.  They
are R��D HOT SELLERS!   Agents coin
money. Big n-otlts.   Ivinrmous success..
One agent sold 08 in one day,   Sample:
and terms 25o; Inono free ; four for Knot'
$1.75 a dozen; 25 for $,'1.25; 50 for $11.(10j.
100 for $11.00.   Write today for a dozen.-. >
��� and make money. Home Novelty M'f's   . >
��� Co., Box 518.   IDept. 381 C) Chicago, 111.   ..
For Canada Only
The seeds in the Steele-flriggai
catalogue are for Canada. TheV-
grow in Canada. They are suited
to Canada. There are more-
seeds libted in the Steele-Briggs
Catalogue than in any other Canadian catalogue. We will send
for 15c. this big new catalogue
and a half packet of our Extw
Early Stcele-Uriggs Whitehead
Cauliflower, which, wherever,
shown, took first prize. Both..
:by mail, 15c,
THK 9TRKLE-BRK3a8 SEED CO. Ltd. ���
Toronto, < 'anadu's Oroatest Bead liou&e.
Was a big success. We are mmy thalsomaiiy of our customers
could not get waited on, .even .with all the extra clerks we have,
and therefore did not secure any of the bargains, we offered- IB
view of this we have decM^d/to^conttciMetheiSale Today and^Satjir-
day, to clear out the odds andettd&oithe,4aniaged goods: that axe
left, with some of our regular stock. We have marked them km*
er than ever.
'��� ������-..u
Prints, regular, prises-121-2 to 20c, now. *  5 to 8c
Flannelette, onjy. ahsut 200,yards, 1 regular prices ���?
8 to 12 i-2c, now.        5c
Summer Dress Muslins, Swirss and French Organdies, regularr.pjrices-.30-1�� 60c, now...... 12^ to 30c
Also about .20 Pairs^ofLadies' Corsets which we will offer at 50 cents.
.    t
������ill.ii�� 1   mil, j
|[0��04CM0*W0**O��
NEW Tlll.OK        ��
M.1UB     . 9       .
CO MUM Kg 0
������0*0*0*0<K>*0��
iiZf^^t^^^^ ^5^5 <00~?2?0?l0?^ ^^ffi
REISTERER & CO.
Brewero of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter,
DROP IN ANIV SEE OS.
Helton, B. 0.
Canada PermanentanoAVes-
tern Canada Mortgage
Corporation..
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage,
Apply to Q. I.. LENNOX Baker St
Nelson,
Early Celery Seed
For 10c we will mall you a
paeltet if the Early Steele-llriggs
Paris Golden Yellow Celery and
the large Steele-Uriggs catalogue
of seeds. This celory Is tender,
early, not stringy, and of fine
nutty fiavor. It blanches easily.
The catalogue is full ot novelties
and standard varieties all suited
to Canada. It Is the largest catalogue and celery seed for 10c,
THK BTKKLR BKIQG*) BKKllOO.Ud,
.Toronl i). ('un'ula'H Ureatost Hued Hon o.
AT TOE I10TELH.
Phalr,���.lames I), Sword,    Spokane;
.1.   It.   Greenfield,   Vancouver; .1. K.
Clark, New Denver;   E. I1'. Wedeklnd,
Spokane j    Murk    Tremaln,   Vernon;
WILMAM  r-AKKBK.
Ily un order of the honorable Mr,
Justice Ily me made in an action in
the chancery division of the high court
of/justice entitled "In. the .matter of
the estate of Emanuel. Parker, late of
Whltchwcll, Yorkshire, England, ,dc
ceased, Allison vs. Allison, moo, P,
No. 3787," the executors and trustees
of the will of the said Emanuel Parker (who died on the Kith March, mwi)
were directed to advertise to ascertain whether the testator's son William Parker named In tlie testator's
will was living at the date wf.testator's death or has since died and if
dead whether be left any and what
children or Issue, lilin surviving. Notice Is hereby given that tlie said William Parker If llving.or (if dead) any
of his children or issne. who survived
him must within three months from
the date of this advertisement give
notice to the undersigned claiming
tho property by sneh will devised und
bequeathed to the said William Parker his children and Issue. After the
expiration of such three months the
said excoiitors and trustees will proceed to administer and distribute the
testator's estate according to the terms
of tlie said will.
Note.���The said Will ism Parker left
England for Canada about 18 yeais
ago and was last heard of about, six
yeur ago whon be was in British Columbia.
Dated   this   12th   day. of February,
1901,    BUSK, MELI.OIt A NORRIS,
4f>   Lincoln's    Inn    Fields,   London,
England,   Agents for E. J.  and   A.
Peters of York,  England,   solicitors
for the said   executors and tiustee��.
BBMM   aWggB
Spring Weatlier Has Atoed
SO  HAS
New Sprint SiockJ
It is bow at the station and will  be opened immediately.    We
feel quite confident in stating that this  is one of  the. best selected
stocks that has been in this city. 	
"Come and see, and prove this statement (or yquj-aejves.
-.. We only mention a few of tiie manjr.,
Dress Goods
The Latest.
Blouse Silke,
i-        V   very dainty.
French Dimities,
Zephyrs,
Org^ildiee,
nearly every color.
'Fancy Muslins,
Trimmings,
���' Luces   and   Embroideries.
Applique Laces.
Ready to Mm
Goods
Silk mouses,
Muslin Blouses,
colored and white.
Pique Skirts,
Duck Skirts,
Crash Skirts.
White Underwear,
an immense stock.'
Children's Dresses,
Children's Pinafores
Gentlemen
Our��ew Taw wiU;
please, you, and'pur
new Shirt* ore some.
^UWjMMo' v>>�� ordinary.- ���
American styles.
, DopJJijfQrget to see ���
Our Bargain Window
mm^m^^^mmmva*n
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BEWARE OFfi��Mll!AB��li%
Hiidson's Ba^itofesi
"TOe Utoigal 3Banft/.fl��rflawabaj
i'ii nil    ������
Incorporated i860.
WMMMi.eee.ee | oaaiui raM,*p.
Beat,
('nulla! Authorised,
���r auceetora    Thqir^E.1Koiuiy. President; Thomas JWtoWe, yjk��ftiaVk��^
ltb. BTaTBauld, Hon. David MaoKeeo. '  ,r.i.-rrr-i��
Bead ��mec, Halifax t
��MI�� I
WUoy Smith,
General Manager, Edson L. Pease, Montreal.
Superintend���! of Branches, and Secretary, W. & Torr��uon.Hali��a*.
Branchest
t|��ebt�����Moot
Weat jES ���	
neura Street*): Woyttfibunt
Avenue ana KL OathaHntw
UBlarte-Ottawa. i
Wwf.�����dlaad-at, John'i.
Cuba, Weal ladlea���Havana.
BBANOttib IN BBITI8H COl'dMBJA.
-<���*> ��e*lUr.Balliax   Branch,   Antlgonluh,
Brldgawaler, Ouvaooio, l^ndonderry, Uni-
,    enburg. Maltland (Hants Co.), Pictou, Port
Hawkeuburr, Sydney. sliubeiiacadlc.Truro,
Woymouth.
New    Brauuiwlaat ��� Bathuml.     Dorchester,
Kraderioton, KlDRSten tKont Co.), Mono
toiuNowoauUeJinoli vlllo, 8t, John, Woodstock-
P. fe. Uland-OharloUetown, Suuinierafdo.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson, JtadflMI,,. Vapoujvf
Vancouver East End, Victoria. T
r,
Oaaada-Merohanta Bank of Canada.   Barton -National Bhawmut Book.
Trust aid Havlnioi Hank.   Hau Frmiel��c��-tflrft National
���    -   ���    - "   ��������� '-     ���'���    ~irja��ia4f~B       ,*-,..-���
Spolika��-OM National ]
, r������v,ki u nil, uiKM  jHuin.    nan   rr.itoniv-ciii,  �����h
Sc4UMd.   Parla, *r}UHe-^3r��lil I^onnata.   Itrraam
naa-r-Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.
tteaafal Banking Business Transacted; SterUjrjf Bill*
and Sold, Latteri of Credit, Etc., f^eg
Accounts received on tbe most favorable terms.   Irrteneat ajlowed, on special
deposits and on Saviruj Bank acooi,uiU.
Geo. KyddT Mawagrer,N^iaQ��,BiJP^
=s=��=
a " - iv;
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS  OF '
Fresh   and   S&IM  ITsats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL,
���*m-mm���^�����p������!~-nl    .
Fish and Poutey to Sea^OQ;
E.   O.   TRAVESr Manager.
BAjfgjtSyjtKEr, NKLspifco
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