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 Daily Edition No. 1278
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Friday,   February 28, 1902
Eleventh  Year
way men's union here has disbanded,
as the strike headquarters in tbe
United States refused to pay the men
tbe money they were entitled to draw
while out on a strike recently. The
men paid their assessment for tho Bt.
i Louis strike and are indignant be-
rtllS I cause they were uot treated ���__ well.
Toronto Filled With Promoters of Student Missions.
Ottawa, Feb. 27���The annual meeting of the Dominion of Oanada Artillery association was held here In the
Railway committee room. House ot
Cutnmons, this morning, Lieut.-Col.
McDonald presiding. Tbe counoil in
its report regretted that some of last
year's recommendations bad not been
adopted. It was impossible fur tbe
association to send men to Shoebury-
ness last year because there were no
ranges there that the members could
have used. It is understood that in
future the men will havo to provide
their own ranges. As an alternative
measure the oouncil recommended that
each artlleryman be granted 8200, to
assist in acquiring artillery instruction provided the government furnished transportation to England. Tbe
council lecommends the establishment of small professional libraries to
enable members to study and to lead
books of reference to those seeking
artillery knowledge.
Major Stevens made some remarks
on the condition of the Tete de Font
barracks at Kingston and attributed
the number of desertions from tbe
barracks to the ramshackle state of
the barracks.
Major Geneial O'Grady Haly In
formed the meeting that the following additions were being made to the
ordnance: Foui 13-poundor batteries,
already arrived, two more expected;
two G-incb breecb loaders, to arrive
at end of tbls month, and four 4.7
quick filing guns, to arrive shortly.
Tbe governor-general addressed tlie
meeting briefly. Colonel Cotton was
elected president.
A deputation representing ship
builders on the great lakes of Canada
waited on the government today and
urged that the draw-back to duty of
$4 a ton be given them in order to
meet the competition of Clyde builders
and also to meet the competition of
American vessels, These matters were
taken under consideration by the
The views expressed by O.R. Devlin,
Dominion immigration agent at Dublin, when in Montreal some months
ago, came in for strong criticism befoie the Immigration committee in
the Bouse of Commons this morning.
Mr. Devlin expressed himself as being
a follower of John Redmond,the leader
of tbe Irish National league, and also
as being a member of tbat league
which is strongly anti-British.
Foreign Mission Boards Think it
duel to Keep Chinese Out.
Toronto, Feb. 27.���The conference
of tecretarieB of Foreign Mission
boards ot the United States and Canada pawed a resolution yesterday deprecating the legislation in both
countries for the exclusion of Chinese.
The resolution regards tbe agitation
as uncalled for and ln violation of the
golden rule,
Rov. Dr. Willbur Crafts, of Washington, secured endorsatlon for a very
remarkable movemont to obtain thu
piohibitlon of distilled liquors and
opium lrom all aboriginal tribes of the
The student missionary volunteer
movement convention of the United
States and Canada opened here yesterday aternoon and will continue till
Sunday. At the opening mooting in
Massoy hall, 1,800 delegates were present from all parts of the United States
and from the chiet mission fields of
tbe world, and it is expected the
attendance will reach 2,r>00 when all
are registered. In the evening the
delegates were welcomed to tbe city
and Dominion by Bishop Sweetmnn,
representing thu Anglican; I'rinoipal
Oavan, tbe Presbyterians,and Rov. Dr.
Potts, tbe Methodists. All the speakers expressed tbe strongest approval
of the movement among students to
promote the world's evanglizatlon.
,   Kingston, Fob. 27.���The street rail-,
Evidence Revealed That the Man
Killed was the Aggressor.
St. Scholastlque, Que., Feb. 27.���
James Flaherty was today found not
guilty of murdering Frank Blias, his
brotber-in-law. last summer Blias
got drunk and being bad friends with
hiB brother-in-law, conceived the Idea
that the time was opportune for
winding up accounts. Accordingly he
made an attack on the Flaherty residence. De hurled stones through the
windows. Flaherty remonstrated, aud
this tailing, he got a shot gun and
shot Blias dead. The evidence showed
Blias had twice previously made
murderous assaults on Flaherty. Tbe
jury brought in a verdict of "not
guilty" and his wife, against whom
similar charges weie laid, was also
acquitted without the evidence against
her being heard.
Archibald Campbell Makes a Snrpris.
ing Statement for a Liberal.
Montreal, Feb. 27.���Archribald
Campbell, M. P., for West York, a
prominent supporter of the government, waB tbe principal speaker at the
annual banquet of tbe Montreal Manufacturers' association tonight and
created a sensation by declaring that
he had come t the conclusion tbat the
time had arrived wben the government should give the Canadian manufacturers increased protection against
tbe United States manufacturer who
under the present tariff was making
Canada a slaughter house for bis own
productions. He believe* that the
government, although he was not
authorized to say so, could at the
present session of parliament introduce a tariff which would absolutely
prevent tnis und be ol tbe greatest
benefit to Canada.
It Will Extend Lines to Sparsely
Settled Districts.
Montreal, Feb. 27.���The annual
meeting of the shaieholders of the
Bell Telephone Go. was held at the
company's building here today. The
annual report submitted showed that
the revenue for the year amounted to
$1,851,535.22, and the operating expenses to il,324,424.53. The action of
tho directors in seeking power from
parliament to increaso the capital
stock to |10,000,000 in order to further
extena the system to sparsely settled
parts of the Dominion  was  approved.
Isador Turootte, a veterinary sur-
geoo residing at 201) Craig street, at
an early hour this morning, threw a
lamp at his wife which sot lire to her
clothing and caused severe burns.
Turcotte then took a dose of carbolic
acid and died shortly afterwards.
McKenzie and Mann Get a Blanket
Charter for Eelctrio Railways.
Winnipeg, Feb, 27.���In oommittee
of tbe legislature today it waB decided
to postpone the date for the referendum on the Liquor act until April
A blanket chartei haB passed the
committee stage granting McKenzic
and Munn privileges to oonstruct
electric railways and develop water
power in any portion of the provinco
provided consent of the several municipalities effected bo scoured.
Prorogation of the legislature is expeoted on Saturday.
The weather oontlnuos very mild.
Yesterday u heavy rain tell and today
a sleet storm is making tbe street*
very sloppy.
Winnlpegs Will l'lay the Sahamrocks
A Series of Lacrosse Games.
Montreal, Feb. 27.���The trustees of
the Minto aup for the lacrosse championship tonight accepted a challenge
from the Winnipeg club. They will
be given a chance to play the Shamrocks, the holders, on June 2Hth, July
1st und July 5th.
London, Feb. 37.���Lead ��11, 15s.
New York, Feb. 27.���Bar silver 55
1-8; Mexican dollars 13 3-4. Copper,
dull.    Load, firm.
In the Rocky Mountains There
Are Many Swltzer-
Thousands   Will   Settle   In
Manitoba and the Territories.
C. E. MoPherson, general passenger
agent of the C. P. R., with headquarter at Winnipeg, was at the Phair
yesterday. Mr. Mclrherson has been
at the coast on an inspection tour and
is now making his way back to Winnipeg. In a cbat bad with him be
stated that Manitoba a.,d the Northwest Territories are having an old
fashioned boom as a result of the im-
meues wheat crop garnered there last
year. The desire to settle on the rich
lands there is greater than it ever was
in tbe history of tha section. A large
number of representatives of the farm
ers of North Dakota, Minnesota, Kan
sun and Nebraska have visited Manitoba and the territories in order to
look over the lands and ascertain on
what terms they could bo secured.
Tbe outlook is that the exodus from
these states to Canada tbis season will
be the largest yet witnessed.
Mr. McPherson stated that a few
fanners were coming into British
Columbia and some had already
settled on arable lands in East Kootenay. There were others coming to
settle in other parts of the province
but the number would be small compared with those wbo will go into
Manitoba and tbe territories.
Asked concerning the rumor that the
C.P.R. intended to put on a train that
would cross the continent in throe
days Mr. MoPhorson said it was a
mistake. On or about June 1st the
intention was to inaugurate a fa-t
transcontinental train which would be
run three times a week. The time
between Montreal and Vancouver
would be made in something less
than 100 hours. The train would only
stop at the larger cities. It was
intended to have the finest equipped
train on the continent and no expense
would be spared to make the journey
as pleasant us possible for the patrons
of tho road.
The tourist travel this year promised to be much larger than usual. In
the Rocky Mountains adjacent to tho
main Hue of the C. P. R. be said "we
have fourteen or fifteen Switzerland*.
We have mountains which arc more
difficult of access and are more
picturesque than any in the Swiss
republic. Tbey have been largely
advertised in Great Britain and elsewhere. Edward Wympher, tbe veteran
mountain climber and scientist,visited
our mountains and in his letters to
the papers he has called considerable
attention to them. The tourists who
climbed them are enraptured with
their grandeur, and say that the
mountains nf Switzerland cannot
compure with them in size or in
scenic beauty, and have told their
friends of tbeir wonders. As a result
we expect a very large number of
tourists during the coming summei."
Prince Henry Contributes a
Wreath to Patriot's
Pleased to Meet Sailor Who
Had Served Under
Ho is Accused of Attempting to Interfere With Justice.
Montreal, Fob. 27.���Arthur Brunot,
nephew of Jacques Brunet, recently
elected member in the House of Commons for the St. James division of
Montroal, who waa arrested a few
days ago on charges of crooked work
in connection with election, Is again
in trouble. He was rearrested today
on a charge of Illegally attempting to
prevent the course of justice in the
case of the election. The offence consisted of giving witnesses in the case
money to purchase tickets to Boston.
He pleadetd not guilty and was admitted to bail.
Berlin, Feb. 27.���Emperor William
and tbe empress celebrated the 21s(
anniversary of their wedding today
with a large dinner at the Schloaswal
ut which Count Von Buelow, the Imperial chancellor and the members of
the cabinet were present. Arthur
Vancwyk, of Milwaukee, tbe baritone
singer, sang American songa after
Washington, Feb. 27.���As the prince
was about to start for tho capitol
today, an incident occurred showing
bis democratic manners. When he
came down the embassy stairway a
heavy set young man with German
features, pushed through the brilliantly nniformed tbrong and saluted
immediately in front of His Royal
Highness. The unexpected visitor,
Henry William Husohenberger, of
Baltimore, explained that he had
served for 17 months on the German
cruiser Irene while Prince Henrv com-
auded the ship. At considerable risk,
he had overcome all barriers and was
within the private quarters of the
embassy. The prince seemed to enjoy
the sailor's enthusiasm. He remembered his service and greeted him most
Then His Royal Highness stepped into the waiting carriage and was
rapidly driven off preceded by the
cavalry escort. Instead of returning to
the German embassy in the Interval
between the memorial service and the
beginning of his trip to Mount Vernon, tho prince took his midday
luncheon in the room of the Senate
committee on military affairs, which
is a commodious apartment. The
luncheon was quite informal and was
partaken of standing bv all present.
Tw> tables were provided, ono of
them being the largo table used for
committee meetings and the other a
small table at the head of tlie room
at which it was expected His Royal
Highness would sit alone. He, however, declined this bonor and s'ood
with the other members of the company. In addition to the prince, the
luncheon party comprised tbe delegates appointed by the president to
escort him aud the members of the
prince's party, Ambassador Von llol-
lenben, the military and naval attaches of the German embassy, Frye,
president pro tern of the Senate, and
Speaker Henderson, of the House, and
Senator Foraker, and Representative
Grosvenor, chairman, respectively of
the Senate and House committees on
memorial services.
At tho conclusion of the luncheon,
the prince and his party were driven
to the station of tho Washington,
Mount Vernon and Alexandria railway, where tho> boarded a special
train for Mount Vernon to place tito
wreaths upon the tomb of Washington. Prince Henry approached the
grave of the first president with bared
bead, and that there might be nothing
irreverent in the ceremony, he asked
the holders of a ilo/.eii cameras who
stood around, to refrain from photographing bim.
Tbe prlnoe at tho conclusion of the
memorial services at thu capitol drove
directly to the special train. Two
largo observation cars were piovided
and from tbem tbe prince saw the
long bridgo und the headlunJs of
Northern Vlrginiu, historic to Americans since colonial days, lt was 2.30
o'clook when tho special train departed und thc run to Mount Vernon
occupied 55 minutes. Frinco Henry
walked to the Washington home ana
was driven from there, down the steep
hill to the tomb. When the iron gate
ot the tomb wus opened, hu removed
his cap and entered. Two large
wreaths mado at Washington by his
order, had already been sent to the
tomb and taking them up,' c formally
set them inside. A group of more
than a hundred men who stood in the
approach to thc grave, uncovered and
that with their silence, added to the
spirit of solemnity.
Fifty fuet down tho swnrd that falls
way fiom the tomb, Prince Henry
planted a linden tree. The tree hHd
been set in place prior to bis arrival
and taking a spude, the prince filled
tho curth in around its roots. Tlic
prince was tultuu to tbe old Washington houso by Supt. Dodge aud there
met a delegation of thu Mount Vernon
ladles' association, headed by Mr'.
Justin V. Townsend, oi Now York.
It was 4.30 o'olock when Washington w��s reached on the return trip
and tho prince was driven to tbo German embassy.
Furs and Diamonds Being Taken
From Canada to United States.
Burlington, Vt..Feb. 27.���Jos. Gota,
a telegraph lineman, was arrested at
Newport, Vt., last night charged with
smuggling 110 packages of Canadian
furs valued at $10,000 into thc United
The United States grand jury reported seven true bills hero today,
among them being indictments against
L. J. Johnson and W. M. Dean, both
of Alburg, Ont., the charge being
complicity in fur smuggling operations along the Canadian border.
Hirst Scavitz, of New Ycrk, and Wm.
Bramlcy, of Montreal, also were indicted on a charge of smuggling
diamonds into this country from
Canada. Bromley is a prominent business man of Montreal. Ho maintains
that the stones found on him were
samples. Scavitz ploaded guilty today
and was sentenced to serve one year
in prison at Rutland. The court ordered the confiscation of diamonds
valued at $8,000 which were found ou
Takes Department of Wines
and Will Oppose Bod-
Results Will Follow tho Heartiness
of Prince Henry's Weloonio.
Berlin, Feb. 27.���One of the most
beautiful pagos in uor international
relation is the record of these festivities, says the Cologne Gazette, referring to Prince Henry's visit to tbe
United States, President Roosevelt,
the members ot both bousos of congress, Mayor Low, of.New York, and
representatives of the government,
army and navy of the United States,
bave shown tho brother of our emperor, not only offioial honors, but
have everywhere manifested such open
hearted cordiality that the impression
in Germany is most agreeable and
permanent. Prince Henry's journey
west and south will undoubtedly take
tbo same pleasant course.
Proclamation Banishing Boers May
Be Modilied by Commander.
London, Feb. 27.���Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamberlain, made an
interesting statement iu tbe House of
Commons today, to the effect that thc
proclamation providing for the banishment of the Boer leaders did not
preclude Lord Kitchener or Lord Mil
ner from aocepting tho surrender of tbo
Boer leoders on modified conditions.
Lord Kitchener on bis own authority
bad already accepted the surrender of
soma of the minor leaders on the
understanding that the provision of the
banishment proclamation would not
bu enforced.
Damages Sought for Default
Under the Railway
Edward Tuck Founds a Hospital in
Paris For Americans.
Paris, Feb. 27.���A splendid gift has
been made for the benefit of the American colony und American visitors to
Paris, by Edward Tuck, a wealthy
Bostoniun, who for many years past
has resided in tbls oity. Mr. Tuck
has decided to defruy tho entire expense of establishing the free Amerioan hospital in Paris, the announce-
ment of which Iiuh already been made
and thc ground for which has already
been bought. Tho hospital is to bo
named the Franklin hospital und be-
sii.es being built on tlic latest American model.it will be managed entirely
by American physicians and nurses.
Sub-committee Decides Thut Will Meet
thc Fighting Senator's Case.
Washington, Feb. 27.���The sub-
committee of the Sunate committee on
privileges and elections, which was
appointed yesterday to formulate a
proposition for tho proper punishment
of Senators Tillman uud MuLanrin,
for thoir oflunce to the Sunate last
Saturday, today practically concluded
to recommend that thu t.vo sunators be
severely censured for the conduct anil
they limit tho punishment to connuru.
New York, Feb. 27.���The builders
of the yacht Mctuor, which was
launched at Shooters1 lsluiitl on lues*
day, received tbe following cablegram
toddy from thu German Emperor:
" 1 lett thanks and congratulation,..
May shu prcve the success I hope bur
to be. (Sgd). William I. R."
Victoria, Feb. 27.���Hon. Col. Prior
waa sworn in at 1 o'clock today as
minister oi mines, and will run in
Victoria as government candidate in
the by-election against E.V. Hcdwell.
Action for $1,065,000 bas been taken
against tbo li. 0. Electric Railway
company, as penalties under the Railway act.
The law society of the province
meets here on March 3rd.
Premier Dunsmuir is placing tho
steamer city of Nanaimo at tbe service
of the members to attend the funeral
of Hon. J. P. Booth on Saturday.
In tbo event of a by-electior in
North Victoria, X. W. Patterson, ex-
manager V. and S. railway, will be
thu anti-government candidate.
Thc general impression now is that
there will be a Bmasb-up of the government.
������ ���
Resolutions  Passed   Regarding   Lead
Bounty and Representation.
Kaslo, Feb. 27.���Tbe Associated
boards today passed resolutions asuing
that Supreme court sittings bu held in
Kaslo anil asking that a resident post
otlice inspector be appointed with n
view to having mail service under
control of an olHcial wbo would havu
some personal knowledge of tho conditions of Kootonay and Yalu.
Tbe Shop Regulations act for the
closing of stores on legal holidays was
laid over for six months, and the resolution was passed asking tbat Rossland riding bu at once cut in two giving Boundary district u rcpreuontativo
of its own in the present provincial
bouse, A resolution was -^mssed
requesting the Dominion government
to adjust tne duties on lead products
so that a home market for Canadlun
lend may be encouraged. President
G. O. Buchanan, W. H. Aldridge und
.lamus Cronin were appointed to go
to Ottawa to place tnu resolution
before the liousu.
A resolution was passed regarding
thc bounty of $f�� per ton on pig load
produced in Canada, asking thut thu
Dominion government hu requested lo
modify this bounty for tbe lirst year
so that the full amount, $100,000 be
disbursed, providing lTi.OOU tons of
pig luad be produced during the first
y;ur; should there be less than 15,000
tons produced during such year then
the rate allowed during the lirst year
shall be $7 per ton instead of 8r, us ut
present provided; fuilhuriiiorc.that tbe
bounty fui eacb of tho succeeding
years bhull bu at the rate of $r, per
ton but such bounty shall not exceed
$11)0,000 per year as at present.
Victoria, Feb. 27.-Tho Esquimalt
marine railway company bus bucn
awarded the contract for repair! to
thu steamer llertba which was dam-
a ud by running on thu rocks on tbo
northern British Colombia count. Sbu
was hauled out on the company',.
Iloiiting dock today.
Steamers airiving here tbis evening
irom tbo cape report that t,ii ship reported hy tlio llghtbousukeuper at
I aruiannli this morning, as being
damaged, win not the colliei Victoria,
but looked liko the eolllei Vacklaw
with ooul from Seattle lor San Fran-
oibco. Shu wus close to the American
side and nppuurcl to have a decided
list, but. Hbu wus too far oil" for tho
olllcers ol the passing steamers to say
whether she bad been damaged.
Salonika, Fub, 27. ���Miss Stonu'H
evidence is not llkuly to prove of mush
vulue in fixing tbe responsibility for
uu Indemnity from Turkey or llul-
guriu,since she (iocs not know whether
she crossed thn boundary, owing to
buing blindfolded and the night
marching luetics of tho brigand*.
Soldiers aru now pursuing the hand
but the brigands have a long   start.
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Owing to tbe low price of metals,
and the consequent hardships which
it entailed on the mining industry
during the past several months, there
has been a reduction in the price of
coke, a lowering in tbe transportation
charges on luel, and the smelting
charges have been cut down. All of
these reductions are commendable and
will be of benefit to the mining
industry. There is, however, a feeling
that tho royalty of two per cent,
levied on the gross output of the
mies, less the freight and treatment
charges, is too high, and not only is
it too high but it is inequitable in the
cases of low grade gold-copper ores
like most of those in tbe Uoundary
country and some of the product of
the Rossland camp. The margin of
profit is so small, in some instances,
tbat the royalty represents a larger
share than tbe government should be
equitably entitled to. There are instances where thu royalty has to be
paid out of losses which it serves to
make larger. This might happen in a
case like this: A company in the
course of its development work might
bave a second class dump containing
1,000 tons of ore. This ore cost say
$5 a ton to extract. It will give
smelter returns of $0 per ton, and it
can be tranported and treated for $.1
per ton. If it is left on the dump it
will represent a nut loss of $5 per ton
for extraction, but if smelted the loss
will be only $1, and nencu it is better
to have it transported and reduced.
The govonrment insists, however, on
getting the royalty en the products of
tlm ore on which there was an acutal
loss if the smelting, transportation
and mining charges are added
The tendency in this province is to
exert too much paternalism ovor the
mining industry���too keep it in leading strings. Mining is yet in its infancy, a srong Child no doubt, but it
is hampered too much hy vexatious
tBxes and is paying more than its
share of the public burdens. Tbis fact
is well known in the larger monetary
centres and as a consequence capital
has almost entirely ceased to come
into the province for investment.
Capital bas the advantage of being
able to select itb own Held of investment and very little atttunion is paid
to boundary lines when it comes to
puttting money into mining ventures.
All thut investors desire to know is if
they can make u profit. All eountiies
are alike to them when this question
ie answered in the right way. This
being tlie ease and oilier things being
equal the investor ill mines will put
money into mines in a country Where
tho exactions are the lightest and the
royalty exacted by the government
tbe smallest.
This being tho cane the burdens
placed on thu miuing industry should
bo as light us the circumstances of the
province will penult. The royalty
should be reduced to the minimum,
In edition to this there are other taxes
wbich could be reduced to the betterment of the Induitry, The severe
penalties lor mere technical infractions of tbo laws, such us those provided for failure to make Certain reports, should bu abrogated. The capitalist vhould be invited to come uud
assist ln thu development of our vast
ininorul resources and be given a com
parativuly free hand.
llritish Columbia is admitted to be
one of tbu richest and largest mining
fields iu the world and, notwithstanding this fact, it is at present shunned
by capitalists. There must bo and
there is something radically wrong
when snch a condition of affairs exists
��� when so fair a field for tho miner
should for a cousideioble period bu
shunned by capital. Tho main cause
we believe is tbe exnetions of tho
mining laws. The legislature should
nt onco Institute reforms in tho laws
and restore to tho province its lost
prestige and reputation. One of tho
first things that needs amending is
the two per cent, royalty.
Four members of the city council
yesterday decided in favor of dismissing the charges of general incompetency against Thomas W. Lillie,
who was removed from the position of
chief of tbe fire department by the
late city oouncil. There was a dispo
sition shown in this case to take snap
judgment, and Mr. Drew is evidently
a swift judge and apparently had his
mind mado up as to how he was to
decide, for hu declared thai he did not
think it necessary to hear the evi
| deuce, lt was declared that it was
not necessary for a chief of the
fire department to know all the
details of buildings in tbls city Tni��
we believe is an essential requ I >���
ment in many cities and the head of
the department and some of bis subordinates are compelled to make it their
business to know tbe exitn, e franecs
and stairways in all the larger struct
ures so that they may be better able to
right fires in sucb bnildings. Mayor
Fletcher says that his chief objection
to Mr.Lillie as head of the fire depart
ment is because ho considers him to
be not thoroughly efficient.
If there is one official more than
an-ther who should be thoroughly
efficient it should be tbe chief of the
fire department. There are times
when if such an official is not compe
tent and does not understand his business that great losses are caused. If
the four members favored Mr. Lillie
simply for personal reasons aud without any regard to his fitness for the
position of thu head of the department
tney did that which will, not meet
with the approval of the public. The
fire department must have,at_its head
an efficient and competent man.
The four members showed themselves to be inconsistent. They favored the alleged exoneration of Mr.
Lillie, they declared, because he was
dismissed without an investigation.
On the other hand Dr. LaRau was removed from the place of health officer
without nuking either charges or investigation. This savors of a carrying out of pre-election pledges on the
part of men wbo posed during the last
city campaign as ''independents.''
By order of the chairman of tbe
United Status Light House board, the
light on the statue of Liberty enlightening the world has been discontinued. This statue wus presented to
the United States by M. Bartholdi, a
Parisian, and was unveiled on October
26th, 188(5. Since then,for a period of
15 yeais and four months, a light has
been uaictainua tho statue. At the
time of the unveiling Grover Cleveland was piesident of the United
States and tbe ceremonies attending it
wero made the occasion of a great
public demonstration which was participated in by thousands. Mr. Cleveland among other things, during the
speech he made on that occasion, said:
"Wo are not met to bow before a
severe and warlike God, but to honor
our own peaceful Deity,keeping watch
and ward over the gates of America.
And here it is that Liberty has her
altars, and their fires will be kept
alivo by willing votaries. Dor light
will gleam as a beaccn to our sister
peoples of the East, and shall penetrate the darkness of man's oppression
until Liberty shall in truth enlighten
thu world.'1
A Yankee wit aftei viewing the
statuo with tbo light uplifted, declared that it reminded him of a
comely farmer's wife with her candle
held alott standing in tbe door and
peering into the darkness to see if the
cows had come home.
Thc statuo is in darknoss because
it costs about |6,000 a year to maintain the electric light plant that
furnished lhe lights of 7,000 candle
power needed for the torch. The cost
of maintaining this grew burdenome
on the liirht house board and its discontinuance has buen ordored.
This is why Liburty has ceased to
enlighten the world, and Bartholdi's
splendid gift will no longer be on
exhibition after tbe sun goes down
and darkness spreads over tbu vicinity
of llcdloo's Island, on which thu
I statue Is located. Can it be possible
I that tbu ilrus of Americiin patriotism
aiu growing ccld? Can it be that
Cleveland'* willing votaries havo become tired of koeping up thu fires?
Nelson is waking up, sb.vs the New
Denver Ledge. The citizens aro taln-
Ing of forming u Tourists' association. Just what is wanted, and the
railroads should give it financial
For investment, bearing 6 per cent.
P. O. BOX 189, VICTORIA, B. C,
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something that looks   like   lt.
The Hudson's Bay Stores
Opera Flannel Blouses,  Silk akirts,
Ladies' jackets, Golf Capes,   Ladies'
Costumes, Dress Goods and  Furs.
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We do no} often advertise special reductions, but when we
do they are genuine. No inferior goods are bought by us
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67 East 129th St,,New York Oity.
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HhoumakcrH' TooIh and l< imliiiK', Saddlery
Hardware, llirto* uud OtR
CatalogucH and prlco 11*1 ������ on application.
Real Estate. Fire and l.iic insurance
Monoy to Loan.
Houses to Rent in all parts of the
City. See list at entrance to our
offices, next to McArthur's Furniture store.
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
Ping-Pong $ 3.25
Duplicate Whist, Paines
8 Tray Set    4.25
16    "      "    6.50
Bridge     Whist,     with
Cards Complete    2.50
" "          3.00
Laws of Bridge       90
Billiard Nicholas 10.00
Complete stock of Invitations, bcore Cards, Prizes,
Punches and Markers for
Progressive Games.
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
If you ever come our way and we do not treat you right
please publish thc fact.
D. J. Robertson & Co.
Vernon St., Next New P. O. Building.
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We are showing this season a full
line of these goods and solicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
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Incorporated 1869.
Capital* Authorized,    .     .    93,000,000.001 Capital Fold-op,     ,    .    .     83,000,1x1(1 Ml
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Board of Directors     Thomas E. Konny. President;   Thomas Rltoble,  Vloe- President
3WUev Siniti, H. G. Bauld, Hon. David Maokeen. nee-menu
���lead onice, Halifax 1
Uoneral Manager, Edbon _,. Pease, Montreal.
Buporiatondent ot Brandies, and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Halifax,
���tranches I
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Bridgewaler, Guysboro. Londondorry, Lu -
enburg. Maitland (Han! s Co.), Pictou, Port
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Kredorictou, Kingston (Kont Co.), Mono-
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auebcc-Montreal, (pity [Offloe), Montrea
West End (Cor. Notre Damu and Helg-
nen��s Streotsl; Westmount (Cor. Greene
Avenue and St. Catharines  Street,
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cuba, West Indlea���Havana.
milled Mates-Now York (16 Biohange Plaoe
Republic, Wash.
Grand   Furies, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland
Vanconver East End, Victoria,  '
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Truat and Savings Bank.   Snn Francisco���"""
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pan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
m, ,  _ .        phfwnmt Bank.   Chicago-Illinois
First National Bank.   London,   Ena.-Bank   of
Bermuda-Bank of Bermuda.   China and Ja-
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Oeneral Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bough
and Sold, Letters of Credit. Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on soecia
deposite and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd. Manager, Nelson. B.C.
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand o'
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings. Sash Doors.
Inside Finish.
Ooast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LARDO.
Sold by All Newsdealers
Furnl��h���� Monthly to all lovere of Souk
and Musio a vast volume of New, Choice
Copyright Compositions by the most popular autliorn, 64 P*K��* of Piano Music,
half Vocal, half Instrumental��� ai Complete
Plscos for Plsno���Once a Month for as
Cents. Yearly flubRcrtptiou, fa.00. If you
will send us the name and addretis of Fiw.
performers on the Piano or Organ, we will send
you a copy of the Magazine Free.
'    J. W. PEPPER. Publisher.
Eighth 4 Locust Su., Philadelphia, Pa.
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
Kates to all railway and
lake points
��/, P. TIERNEY,
General Agent.
Tel. No. 265.
Office - Two doors] west
C.P.R. offices.
Afternoon 3 to   5.30
Evening 8 to 10.00
Admission 25c.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always Id
We carry a complete slook of Coast Flooring
Colling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and
Doors. Special ordor work will rooeiro prompt
attention'   Mall orders solicited.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
Head Offlce-Hendrvx and Vetnnn _, Nelson
HOW York
  San Franoisco
via Soo Line, Rt Paul, Ohioago
and nil 0   S.(points.
Tourist Sleeper Service
f"./\^ I nesday, Friday and
*~J1 *w/ *     Sunday.
Lv. Ditnmoro Jet. Monday, Thursday and Saturday,
Lv. Kootenay Ldg. Friday, Ht. Paul,
Toronto, Montreal and Boston
li/TCT Leave Itevelstoke
IA/ r" ^ I Mondav, Wednesday
��1' *""V * and Saturday, Vancouver, Seattle, Cloast
VANCOUVER to AlaBka, Hawaii,
Obinn, Japan, Australia,
Through hooking* to Europe, via Atlantic Line
Prepaid tickets from all points at
lowest rates
For berths, time tables, rates and full
information apply to.
J, S. Carter, H, J. Ooylk
Dis. Pass. Agt. A. G, P. A.
Nelson Vancrnfe
Kootenay Street. Next Oddlellows' Ha
P. O. Box 633.
If there is anything you require, auk
for  it  In    b�� ��el��mn  cf the Miner. Nelson   Daily  Miner, Friday February 28,  1902
I     MININQ NEWS.     I
Alex Sharp, M. E., superintendent
for the First Thought Gold Mines,
limited,was at the Phair last evening.
Mr. Sharp came in last night from
Colville, where he has been for the
past nine days in attendance on the
Superior court, where the ease of of the
Spokane Mining Investment Co. vs.
the First Thought Gold Mines,
limited, has been on trial during that
period. The plaintiff corporation
claimed the three claims which constitute the First Thought group on an
alleged prior location and defaults.
The iury, however, decided the case
in favor of the defendants, the First
Thought company. The property in
dispute is estimated to be worth
$500,000 and about $200,000 has been
expended in developing it. itruce
White, of this city, brother of Byron
N.White, of Spokane, is tho principal
owner of the First Thought. Mr.
Sharp leaves today for Vancouver in
the interest of his eompany.
Jay P. Graves, vice-president and
general manager of the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and
Power Co., who has been in the oity
for the past two dHys on a business
visit, leaves for Spokane today. To a
Miner reporter he stated that the thiru
furnace in tbe smeltei of the company at Grand Forks had been blown
in, and that 1,100 tons of oro per day
was being reduced. In about two
weeks the fourth furnace should be in
operation and then the daily quantity
reduced would be 1,500 tons. The
copper converter, be said, was doing
excellent work, and last week 228
tons of blistered copper was shipped
from it. The converter was now treating matte from the Greenwood. Grand
Forks, Nelson and Van Anda smelters. The output of blistered copper
this year, he said, would be large.
A penny saved is a dollar earned.
Save yonr pennies by burning Crow's
Nest       coal. Satisfactory        and
economical. Telephone 33, West
Transfer Co., all kinds ot teaming
promptly and cheaply done.
Trunks, valises���The Wallace Miller
Investigation Yesterday Developed
Into Mere Bandying of Words.
A special meeting of the oity
council was held yesterday afternoon
to "enquire into matters affecting the
city's fiie department and the reasons
wbich led to the dismissal of the late
ohief of the Are brigade, T. W. Lillie,
by the council of 1901." All the members of the council were present, and
also Mr. Lillie, who was accopmanied
Dy his solioitor, S. S. Taylor. The
mayor read a list oi tbe charges on
which the chief had been dismissed
which were as follows:
1. Persistent refusal to obey orders.
2. Neglect of duties. 3. Not working
together amicably with other city
officials. 4. That the brigade had not
been brought up to the state of efficiency that the amount of money spent
on it during tho past year warranted.
On motion of Aid.Scanlan, seconded
by Aid. Irving, it was decided that
the charges should be gone into clause
by clau.se and that Mr, Lillie should
be given the opportunity to reply to
them anil also that he could be represented by Mr. Taylor as well.
The mayor stated that he had instructed Mr. Lillie on several occasions to examine the yards of the city
and see that no inflammable matter
was allowed to aconmulat;, and to see
t'uat merchants kept the back of their
premises clean and did not allow noe.u-
mulations of paper and boxes, etc.,
there. He found that this had not
been attended to by the fire chief from
his own personal observation. When
he asked Mr. Lillie about it he waB
referred to the scavenger as Mr. Lillie
did not consider it his dnty, A lire
occurred at the back of the Houston
block from tbis cause and there wero
complaints made bv thc fire insurance
inspectors regarding it.
Aid. Irving said that the fire in
question bad occurred through thu
throwing out of hot ashes.
Some warm discussion took place
here as to tho duties ot tho fire chief
and the reading of the bylaw by
which the conduct of the chief is supposed to be governed did not quiet
things, the mayor interpreting it ono
way and Aid. Drew, Irving, Morrison
and Scanlan another.
Aid. Sclanlan asked if over it was
clearly understood by the fire chief
tbat the mayor wished him to make
snch inspection.
Mayor Fletcher said that it had
been s) understood
Aid. Drew���After you found that it
had not been attended to did you refer
t to the counoil. 1
Mayor Fletchei���I did not consider
it necessary, I was acting in a sense
aa executive for thc council.
Ala. Drew���I move that tho first
charge be dismissed.
Mr. Tavlor bore rose and said thnt
as regards this first charge he would
read the bylaw relating to the duties
lif the chief.   He did this laying stress
on the fact that there was no mention
of the inspection of the baok of
premises such as the mayor had
spoken of. He also pointed out that
to make suoh an inspection frequently
would necessitate tbe absence of the
fire chief from the fire hall for a considerable portion of the time, which
would probably prevent his being
present quioHy at a fire if one
occurred. Thre duties of a fire chief
were laid down in   the   bylaw.
Mr. Lillie stated that he had obeyed
tbe instructions of the mayor and that
in regard to keeping the premises
clear of rubbish he had done all in his
power. As it was there were some of
the merchants who would not speak
to him on the street just because he
had been so persistent in   this matter.
Considerable feeling was displayed
botween tho mayor and several of the
aldermen as the meeting went on and
after some questions asked the mayor
by Mr. Taylor, the former wished to
have W. G. Gillette and J. Paterson
Who were present give some evidence
in the matter, they having been members of tho committee which first
investigated the charges against the
chief. This was objected to by Aid.
Drew who said that he did not see the
neecessity of calling in any outside
evidence. So far as the mallei had
gone he could not see that there was
anything in any of the charges that
had been brought up.
lhe first clause was finally disposed
of. On the second charge Mayor
Fletcher stated that he did not consider Mr. Lillie was as conveisant
with the buildings of the city as he
should be, In support of this he asked
him a number of questions. On the
question as to whether M. Lillie was
familiar or not with several buildings
that were taken as instances, warm
words arose between the mayor and
Mr. Taylor, the latter holding that to
have the knowledge of the buildings
in the city that the mayor seemed to
ask, was impossible.
The mayor wished to call on Mr.
Gillette again but this was objected to
by Aid. Scanlan who said if witnesses
were to be called by the mayor against
Mr. Lillie that it would be only right
to allow the other time to get witnesses also.
The discussion waxed warmer and
warmer and the mayor finally said
that he did not see any use in continuing it. The members had evidently made up their minds ou the
matter and that was to reinstate tlie
chief as it had been common street
talk before the election that they
would do so- If this was the ease
there was not the slightest use in
making a pretense of an investigation.
Ad. Irivng,Scanlan, Drew and Morrison objected strongly to tllis and said
that no t>ueh promise had been ever
made by them and that they had never
been approached by Mr. Lillie in the
matter. They also objected strongly
to tbe remark of the raaycr that they
had pre-judgod the oase. Aid. Drew
said that to discharge a man from a
position, as had been done with the
fireohief, with no definite chargos
against him was not right.
Mayor Fletoher���No, is it not?
Well, you gentlemen who are so
urgent in the matter did not hesitate
to discharge the eity health officer
without preferring charges against
him, or giving him any chance to
On motion of Aid. Drew seconded
by Aid. Irving it was deoided that the
charges against the ex-chief had not
Been sustained.
Advertiriementri Inserted under tbls head at
the rate oft one oent a word per Insertion. No
advertiHement taken for leas than 25 cents.
Situation Wanted advertisements Inserted
three times free of oharge.
iftcE FURNISHED room   to   rent   on
first floor.     Apply comer Lake  and
Cedar streets.
TO RENT��� 1st March,    store in   good
central   position   on   liaker   street.
Apply S. M. Brydges, K.W.C. Block.
A SNAY��� in house runts! Six-roomed
houso, double plastered, hot and
cold water, bath, etc, in good condition, $10 a month. R. J. Steel,
liaker st.
FOR SAbE���The Nelson Cafe, tbe
finest restauiant in the Kootenays,
best location, 85 nicely furnished
rooms in connection. The best business proposition in tho district today,
for full particulars write lNolson Cate,
Box 225, Nelson B.C.
FURNISHED rooms with   or without
board.     Apply     on   Silioa   street,
socond door west of Ward.
Applv   to   Mrs Y, 3.
40, K, W. 0. block.
TO   RENT.���
Squires, Room
3. H. LOVE,
Nelson Employment Agency,
P. 0. Box 405. Fhone 278,
WANTED.���Ladies    and    Gentlemen
enjoy yonr evening at home by mak
ing $12 per week.     Send your address
and two cent stamp to box   205,   London, Ont.
_Uf N. M. Cummins, Lessee���Kvory knowc
variety of soft drinks. I' O Box 88. '1'elephou
No. 31. Hoover Streut, Nelson. Buttlers ot th
t Ajuiouu SU Leon Uot Springs Mineral Water
MACDONALD   Sc Co.-Cornor   Fron
and  HaU  Streets���Wholesale  grocer
and jobbers ln blankets, gloves, milts, boots
rubbers, mackinaws and uiinurs' sundries.
P   BURNS Sc Co.-liaker Streot, Nelson -
���   Wholesale dealers iu Cresb a     cured
moats.   Cold Storage.
Baker Stroot, Nelson���Wholesale dea
ers in fresh and cured meats.
Street, Nelson ��� Wholesale dealars lr
hardware, miners' supplies, sporting goods
M'LACHLAN BROS. Baker Stroet Nelson,
B. C���Dealers in general harhware,
mining supplies, glass, paiits, Portland Co-
im nt, lire clay aud Scotch lire brick. Agents
for Wilklns and Co.'s celebrated steel wire rope
paints, oils and glass; mechanics  tools
Agents for Ontario Powder Works; ifnamite
WANTED���Pupils for Piano or Organ
by   Mrs.   Starmer   Smith,    address
residence or P.O.Box 137.
WANTED.���Men and  women   wanted
to work   at   home.       Good   wages.
Write   Glasgow     Woollen    company,
Dept. C, Toronto
HELP of all kinds wanted and
furnished. Western Canadian Employment Agency. Large warehouse
for storage; call at Pjosser's Second
Hand store, Ward steet.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's      Nest
Southern   Ry.     Good   wages,   long
job   Headquarters, Elko,   B.   C.     A.
Guthrie St Oo.
ENGINEERS, Firemen, Machinists
and Eleotricians sond ior 40-page
piruphlet containing Questions asked
by examining buard of engineers to
obtain engineer's licence. Address
Geo. Keller, publisher, 18 S 4th St.,
St. Louis, Mo.,  U.S.A.
A fine Une of Impbrted and Domestic cigars, Peterson'b patent pipes,
Lowe and B, B. B. goods-at Thur-
A. Jowett Says it Would Acora-
plish Wonders For Nelson.
The idea of the formation of a
touriBt association for the purpose of
attracting poople to Nolson Is meeting
with great approval. W. A Jowett
in speaking about the matter yesterday slid; "lam heaitily in acoorl
with the idea and think a tourist
association would prove a very useful
institution. Now is the time to inaugurate it as we will immediately
want thc pamphlets ano statistics prepared. These should be ready in time
to forward to the exhibition to be
hold by tho Colonies in the royal
exchange in Juno noxt. Many thousands of visitors, who otherwise we
would have no chance of reaching,
can be got at at tbat exhibition. I
know two Englishmen who went to
the American Rockies in order to
shoot big game and tneir oxpenses
while so engaged were something like
$3,000, which money was left in payment of packers, guides and hotel
bills. This money wns of immediate
benofit to the section visited. There
are thousands of Englishmen who
take their outings in July, August
and September. Ii thoy had reliable
information as to tlio facilities in this
country for hunting and fishing many
of them would come here in preference to going to other countries.
There are also many ardent sportsmen
in the large cities cf the states to
whom money is no object and all they
want   is to   be   satisfied that they can
Brewer* of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
H.Una  B, O
Grillith's Liniment ls an omorgoncy docto
that's always at hand and never fails In thosr
diseases which so suddenly and urifxpeotedle
ndanger the livos of children���let tho attacksy
como when they may. aud with what sevorit*
tbey may, quick relief is assured.
r or sale by J. H. Vanstone, Nelson, B. Cl
TURNER, BEETON Sc Co.-Cornor Vernoi
and Josephine Streets, Nelson���Whole
sate dealers In liquors, cigars, and dry goods
Agents for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwauket
and Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.
UDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholesalo grocerie
and liquora etc.. Baker Btreet, Nelson.
Ofiice corner Hall and Front Streets
Velson���Lumber, ceiling, flooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes Get oui
prices.   Correopondonce solicited.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manaver.
K.-W.-Cj Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which l< Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up   Capital,   88,000,000;    RcBerve   Fund,   J2,000,000 j
Aggregate   HesoureeB Over 865,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. OOX, President.      B. E. WALKER, General Managei
London Office: 60 Lombard Street, B. C.
New York Office; |6 Exchange Place.
And 68 branched ln Canada and tne Jnltod Utatee, Including
Atlin Ghkknwood Nkwon Sandon
Chanbrook        Kamloops Nkw w'khtminbtkh  Vancouver
Fkkniic Nanaimo Hosslanu Victoria
YUKON DISTHICT-Dawson and Whitk Horbb.
UNITR1) STATKa���N bw Yokk, San Fkanciboo, aaATTLE, Portland, Skaowat.
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Received and Interest Allowed.   Present Bate 3 Per Ceut
Nelson Branch.
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
Similkameen   Coal   Stock
For   full   particulars   apply   to
R. J. STEEL, Broker, Nelson, B. C.
A.    M'DONALD,      Agent   Ilnzolwood
Dairy Co. Ice Cream.
J. 0. GWILLIM, B.,  Sc,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Stree Nelson. B. c
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
Roses, Bulbs
Agricultural Implements, Bee Supplies, Fruit Baskets, Fertilizers.
Catalogue Free.
M.  J.   HENRY
liOoO WestrainBtcr Road, Vancouver, B. 0.
havo the sport. If they could be induced to eome here It would be a good
thing for the country as besides enjoying hunting, fishing and boating,
they would make investments in real
estato, mines, etc. I believe that
pictorial postal cards should be
printed, containing views ot
scenery and announcements of
prolific hunting grounos and
splendid fishing. Besides thiB
velopes containing similar announce
ments should be used bv tho loading
firms. They should contain sueb
statements as 'Nelson iB tbe centre of
the Kootenays,haa around it a countrv
that is replete with game and fish.'
besides this advertisements should be
inserted in tbe local and other news
papers. This advertising matter
should be distributed far and wide. It
is in tbe nature of seed planted and
would boar a bounteous harvest of
benefits for Nelson. The tourists
association should be immediately
formed and with an energetic executive its ends and aims should bo pushed with vigor. Tho outcome, in my
opinion, would be mott beneficial not
only to Nelson but to tlio Kootenay
country and the province generally."
Finest and Best Bar  ln the city.
The best Brands or Liquors
and Cigars.
$1.00 AND $1.50 PER DAY
JOSEPH HARWOOD,   -   Proprietor
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E- CROASDAILE Agent Mson.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
��*   *���-    ________.*.______    --_   __.
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kasl,
Sandon. Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City
Orderi by mall to iu���� branch will have careful and nrnmst attention.
and try a bottle, a dor,on, or a barrel of
CALGARY BEER as It ls the best and
ol e .pout on tne market. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
PRANK  A. TAMBLYN. M........
Telephone 93 Baker  t. Ne
Kootenay Railway and
Company, Ltd.
Shortcut, and quioKont routo to Lhu cant nnd al
polnlH on .his O. it. Sc N. und Northern V*
eiflo lUilwuyn In Wtwhliiifuiii, Oregon una
Southorn States.
Time Card Effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
8:30 ft. >ii. Lv.
10:65 p.m. Ar.
Ar. 4:00 p. m
Lv. 1:46 p. in
Int Nav- & Trading Co
8:20 p. m. Lv. NelHOn Ar. 11:00 n. ��
0:10 p, m. Ar; Kuulo Lv. 7:00 a.
Connooting at Flvo Mile Point with Nelnon
& Fort I'hoppurd Hallway both to and from
KoHmand, etu.
Tlckoui Sold to all parts In United Hlatn.-and
Canada via (Iran, Northorn and O.  It.  _. N
Oo.'h lino*.
Ooeati Hteainihlp tlckot* and ratos vl   a
HnoH will bofurniHhod on application.
Kor further particular!) oall on or address
Uanaser. Kaslo.B, O
T.ckaduhy Agent. Nelson B. P.
0AES.-    ALS a la OARTE.
Rain ooats, umbrellas, rubbers, new
goods, iUBt leceived; everything witb
style, quality value, you'll flud hero.
���The Wallace Miller Co.,  limited.
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.
Close connection East and Westbound nt Spokane with trainB of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
D rect connection nt St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane dailv for East at 9:40 %'m
Leavea Spokane daily tor West at 7:20 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at ___ p.m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victorin and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound,
During the season of navigation East
hound trniiiH connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships Nortli-Wesl
and North-Land of thcNortheru Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Oreat Northern Hallway.
For further information, aps, fold
ers, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls Sc Northern Ity., Knslo Sc Slocan
Hy., Kootei ai Kailway & Navigation
Co., or to
City PasB. and Tkt   Agt,  W 7ol  W,
Riverside Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
Q. K, TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
Nelaon. IS C
P. L. S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
Mheral *'��iirs and mines suiveyed
Spokane Falls Sl
Northern R'v,
Nelson  Sl  Fort
Sheppard R'v,
Red Mountain R'v.
For the comfort of the number of
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'
U. S.
Close connections made  at  Spo
kane for the south, east   and   west.
Only io hours to Seattle and   18
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points.
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
B:20i.m Spokane    7:lli p.m
1~ -.io p. in Rossland _ ISO p.m
10::i0 a.m Mountain 8'69 p. in.
'.i :U) a. in Nelson 6:45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. Sc T.A.
Spokane, WaM
Agent, Nelson, B.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to G. L. LENNOX, Uok.r Bt.
Will pay the highest oasb prioe for all
kinds of seoond hand goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oatperta,
cooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Call and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Boi, M0. HaU
Street, Nelson, B. C.
"���Wrl        ��... Nklson Daily Miner Frid tv, February 28,   190?
Trunks and
You   can   see   in
our store  a  very
ValiseS complete  line   of
TRUNKS from the very cheap make
to tbe solid oak travelling Trunk canvas covered with brass uttiugs, a regular globe trotter. We can supply you
with GRIPS at price ranging from 85c
to $20; also SUIT CASES from $2.50
o 81", each.
Booksellers, Stationers
Show Room for Mason _ Risen pianos
The full bench of tbe Supieme court
will   sit   in Vancouver on April   25th
to hear appeals.
The water in the lake has started to
rise again, although very little change
is observable yet.
The steamer International yesterday
brought   in two cars   of   Washington
and one of American Boy ore   for  the
Trail smelter.
The shoot of tho   Nelson   (inn   club
will commece on   Saturday   afternoon
at 2 o'clock and on   Sunday   morning
et 10.30 a.m.
Liens for wages were yesterday filed
against the plant of Tbe Tribune Publishing   Association   fur   an  amount
approximating $2,000.
A petition has been forwarded to
Victoria from the eity council asking
for an additional grant of $5,000
towards educational purposes.
Dr. LaBau returned from   the  coast
last evening, accompanied by his wife1
and little   daughter   who   have   been
spending the winter in California.
At tlie Poorman mine the work ot
tbe sinking the shaft is to be taken up
by the company again, the contract
having buen thrown up by the men
who had taken it,
Appeal was entered yesterday
against tbe rulings of Mr. Justice
Martin in tbe recent trial of the action
of Paulson vs. Beeman, belore the last
session of the Supreme court.
Col. Holmes was in the eity yesterday and remains ovei today. At noon
today he will inspect tbo arras, the
accoutrements and the Maxim gun of
the lccal company, and will leave in
the evening for Rossland.
There will be a meeting in the office
of Macdonald and Johnson at 5 p.m.
on Saturday,March 1st,tor tbe purpose
of forming a fishing club, all those
interested in the protection of the
waters of the Kootenay for legitimate
sport are requested to attend.
T. Mulvey, who recently disposed of
the Ottawa group to Spokane capitalists, passed through the city yesterday
on bis way oast. Mr. Mulvey bas not
been east fur twelve years, since first
leaving his home which is at Ottawa.
He expects to be gone about three
John QryfT and Harry Lahola, wbo
had been sent up for trial on the
charge of obtaining money by false
pretence at Fernie by forging names
to receipts for postoffice orders, elect
ed to take speedy trial before bis
honor, Judge t'orin, yesterday. They
pleaded guilty aud were sentenced to
six mouths imprisonment.
Tho firm of McFarland and Brock-
mar,, carrying on a crockery and
glassware, bas been dissolved by
mutual consent F. I. .McFarland retiring from tbe linn. S. Y. llrockman
will coutinue the business. The old
Hi in thanks 'lie publio for past favors
and wlsiies u continuance of the same
to Mr   (truckman.
A beautiful trophy has beon presented by Patenaude Bros., to the
Nolson Uun club to be called the
Patenaude Handicap cup. It is to be
contested for every week in a match
at 25 birds. The member winning it
the greatest number of times in a year
is to hold it fur that year but it must
be won two years to become the property of the winner, The committee lias
tne power to handicup the competitors.
life was an operation of which the
outcome was considered dubious.
About a week ago be went to Toronto
to have the operation performed. This
was done on Wednesday afternoon or
yesterday morning and the expectation, until further advices are received, is tbat he succumbed to tbe operation.
Dr. Laing haB for many   years been
one of tbe leading   cltrgymen   in   the
Presbyterian   church   in Canada, taking   an   active part in the   governing
bodies   of   the   church   and   on committees of the general   assembly.     In
that church he may be called an eccles-
tic lawyer and among   the   works   by
which be will be   remembered is what
is called the "Blue Book," which contains the forms of procedure and regulations of the Presbyterian   church in
Canada, which   is   almost   altogether
his compilation.
He was born in East Ross,   Sco'land,
in 1828,and was educated in the Edinburgh   academy   and later at   King's
College, now Toronto University.    As
a condition uf  graduating   from   that
college then was the signing of the 119
articles, bis religious belief would not
allow   him   to do that so he took   his
degree of 3.A. from   Victoria university in 1853,    and   afterwards had thu
degree of M. A. conferred   on  him by
that college.     His first charge was in
Scarborough   where   he was  ordained
in 1854,and in 1850 he was transferred
to the pastorate   of   the  Presbyterian
ohurch in   Cobourg.     In 1871 he gave
up that charge to act as agent   of  thc
Endowment   committee   of  Enox college   and   in   1874 he  was  appointed
principal   of   tbe   Ladies college,   of
Ottawa.    He retrained there  only one
year when he was   called   to   Dundas
where he was stationed up to the time
of Wb doath,   though for the past foul
years    he    has     had     an     assisant
pastor. He has been clerk of the Presbytery   of   Hamilton since   1875, and
was moderator of the synod of Toronto
and Hamilton in 1877.    In 18U0 he had
the highest honor   in the bestowal   of
the     church   oonferred     upon     him,
namely, unanimous election as moderator of the   General   Assembly.     The
degree of Doctor ot   Divinity was conferred  npon  him by  Rutger's college
of New Jersey.
In Presbyterian circles he will be
remembered by hiB good work as convener of tne Home Mission committee
of tbo Ueneral Assembly for many
years, for the compilation of the Blue
Book, for his part in the discussion of
religion in the schools and for his
stand in the attitude of the church
toward total abstinence. On the latter
question he was one of a small minority who strenously fought the resolution in the Ueneral Assembly enjoining total abstinence on members of
the churoh. Be was a regular contributor to the Toronto Globe and the
Toronto Mail and the publications
of the denomination.
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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
in China,   with   beautiful
Only a few left.
Patenaude Bros.
Great   Britain   to give the colonies
3,000 barrels of men's suits���The
Wallace-Miller hrand���your size, youi
price and pattern to please you are
here.    Call in.
Until further notice tho steampr
Kokanee will only make a trip to
Lardo once a week on Thursdays.
Stop now, think it over, better eX'
amino our shoe stock���The Wallace-
Miller Co., limited.
Funked in Agreement to Commit Sui
cide and Now on Trial.
Chicago, Feb. 27.���The trial of Dr,
Orville S. Ilurnett, oharged with the
murder of Mrs. Charlotte Nichol, who
was the wile of a southern railway
man, began here today. The charge
of murder iB peculiar in that it is
bused on tbe allegation that Mrs.
Nichol died pursuant to an agreement
between tho doctor and herself, while
in part ot the bargain was not kept.
It is also alleged that Burnett furnished the morphine which caused
Mrs. Nichol's death.
You would be dollars in pocket had
you used Crow's Nest coal. Never
too late to mend. Cloud stock of
fir and birch wood. Cull up 33,
West Transfer Co.
Iielmonlno is now re-opened under
new management. Open night and
The West Transfer Co. is moving its
olliee today to Ward street next door
to tho now postolllee building, and
opposite tho   Miner oflice.
of tbu Leaders of Prcsbyteiian
Thought Passes Away.
A private dispatch from Toronto
yesterday announced the death of Rev.
John Laing, D.D.; of Dundaa, (Int.,
father ol li. T. and I'. W. Laing, of
Nelson. Dr. Laing, who was 74 vcars
of ace, has been iu ill health for some
time and the only hope of  saving  his]
What thc Carnegie Fund Did
Young Men Last Year.
London, I'eb. 27.���Tho lirst annual
mooting of the trustees of the Andrew
Carnegie bequest of $10,000,000 to the
Scottish universities, was held here
todiy. Tho report of tbe year's ad
mini..I ration showed that of 0,000 ap
plications tbe majority had been dis
allowea. Only 2,441 students were
assisted at a cost of ��22,041 for the
winter season of 1U01-02. The report
also said tbe trustees had ample
proofs that tbo paymont of fees bad
proved to bo tho greatest boon to
many deserving students.
Watertown, Feb. 27.���Jaraos Jones,
a colored waiter, of Syracuse, today
shot Mrs Harry Dofrank.aUo colored,
of this city, inflicting a wound that
is expected to provo fatal. Revenge
for slighted affections is the motive.
Halifax,   Feb.   27.���The   board    of
trade has  adopted a resolution deolar-
ingj.be present an opportune time   ior
Be Sure and Get the Genuine. =2
Expedition Forming to Drain Sacred
Lako  of Colombia.
London, Feb. 27.���Several members of parliament have formed a
syndicate to recover the jewels and
gold in the sacred lake in Colombia
South America, whioh is formed in
the crater of an extinct volrano olese
to tbe emerald mines
Humboldt speaks of emeralds deposited iu that lake worth billions of
pounds, and Indians continue to find
stones and gold by the water's edge
after storms The Spaniards made
efforts to drain the lake 300 years ago,
but their engineering appliancas were
defective. The present syndicate is
attacking tbe lake from beneath its
basin. A tnnnel has been cut and a
shaft will be made to tap the lake,
with screens to catch any stones that
may be dislodged and riffles of mercury to arrest the gold.
Important Decision as to Electric
Light Monopolies.
Ottawa, Feb. 27.���Tbe ease of the
Hull Electric company vs. the Ottawa
Electric company, Hull oity intervening, has been dismissed by the
Judicial committee of the Privy
council with costs.
In the first court the judge held that
lighting being a merchandise, the
resolution of the Hull council giving
exclusive rights for the lighting of the
city to the Hull Electric company was
ultra vires. The case was appealed
from court to court, with the foregoing result.
When the Hull company received its
charter, the Ottawa company, which
had provioui ly been established in the
city, was ordered to remove its poles
and wires from the streets, and it was
then tbat the city intervened. By
this decision the city practically
shares in the victory, as under tho
resolution of the council even the city
would not have the right to its own
system oi lighting, tho Hull company
having received exclusive rights.
I Lawrence Hardware Company |
S~i Sole Agents, Nelson, B. C.
French Minister of War Will See That
No More is Bought.
Paris, Feb.27.���:In the course of the
debate on tho war budget in the
Chamber of Deputies today, Deputy
Cbauvin called attention to tbe preserved meat furnished tbo army which
ho asserted often to be bad and said
it occasioned cases of poisoning. M.
chauviii asked for an inquiry into thn
conduct of the meat contractors who
in 1881) purchased American provisions
ofvhichmore than 2,(100,000 frnnos
worth could not be eaten and had
boen destrojed
Replying to M. Cbauvin, General
Andre, the minister of war, said the
matter had occurred prior to bis administration but every possible precaution in this direction was now
being taken.
Monte Carlo, Feb, 27.���The chess
masters today began the fifteenth
round of tho international tournament. When the first adjournment was
taken, the following results had been
recorded: Maroczy beat] Eisenberg,
Reggio lost to Tarrasch, and Schlechter defeated Scheve.
New York, Feb. 27.���Louis 0. lien-
ham of the firm of Hyde and Hcnham,
theatrical managers,of Brooklyn, died
at his home in Brooklyn today at the
age of 47 years. He bad been in ill
health for some Umc. ' His firm controls six liruokryn theatres,
San Farncisco, Feb. 27.���J. A. Fil-
more, ono ot the best known railway
mon in the oountry, died hero today of
I will sell my
Stock of Fresh Groceries and Provisions
At wholesale prices until it is
all cleared out.
En- X
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
Cor, Baker & Stanley Sts., Nelson
Cor. HaU & Vernon Sts.
Nelson, B. C.
Albany, Feb. 27.���The assembly
canal's committee today reported
favorably an amended canal improvement appropriation bill, wbich appropriates $5,400,000 for the canal system.
The total appropriation is now
Men's and hoy's shirt waists and
colored shirts, latest American styles,
just received���The Wallace-Miller Co.
Hume���H. M. Burritt, Vancouver i
Mrs. C. li. Well, Winnipeg; W. C.
Fisher. Toronto; H. H. Cooper, Vancouver; W. H. Wall, Grand Forks; J.
R. Rossman, St. Paul; Q. W. Beer, F.
W. Dodd, F. Moriarity, Spokane; Dr.
LaBau, wife and child, oity; F. A.
Nortbcote, Toronto; .1. E. Williams,
E. L. Thomas, C, A. Godbery,
Household Effects
Acting   under   instructions    from the
owner we will sell   by publio auction
in the West Block ,Oor. Baker and Hall
Streets on
Friday, Feb. 28, 1902
A lot of Household Goods,  Iron Bedsteads,  Carpets,   (Jhairs, Tables,   etc.
Chas- A, Waterman & Oo-,
Phair���Lt.-Col. Holmes, Victoria:
J. G. Billings, Rossland; C. E. McPherson, Winnipeg; A. Sharp, Rossland; W. R. Ramdel, San Diego; O.
A. Carlson, J. F. Maloney, Kaslo; W.
II. Evans, Kamloops; Mr. and Mis.H.
F. Hanson, E. Bayliss, Vancouver.
Madden���W. Montgomery,Rossland ;
D. A. McDonell, New Denver; T.
Mulvey, J. King, Slocan City; D.
Steele, Colville, Wash.; ii. O'Brien,J.
MeKinnon, Bird creek: J. M. Obat-
terton, Moyie; S. Warmuck,
Grand Central���S. Fisher, Moyifl:
VV. West und wife, Cranbrook; F.
Oxford, Kinstgon; F. Hamilton,
Ymir; Q, Hadfield. Fornie; L. Kendall, 11, Adamson, Ymir.
Queens���Miss M. Cline, T. McNish,
Slocan City; Miss.I. Dobson, Miss M.
Graham, Colorado Spiings; Mrs.
Thomas, Brandon, Man.; T. McLean,
(ireenwcod; Miss Madge Paterson,
Tromont.���A. C. O'Noill, 1!.   Winn,
D. Johnson, Ymir.
Herpicide is Death to Dandruff Germs.
Tbe perm burrows into the scalp,
throwing up the cutiole in thin scales,
called dandruff, or scurf, and dignis
nt the root of the hair where it saps
the hair's vitality. First comes brit-
tlo hair, thon lnslerless and dead-like
hair, then falling hair and finally
bnldnesss. Nine-tenths of tbe hair
troubles are caused by dandruff,
Without dandruff, hair will grow luxuriantly, as nutuie Intended. "Herpicide" kills the dandruff germ leaving the hair to grow unbampered, us
it docs with the American red man.
Notice is hereby given that I intond
to npply at the next sitting of the
board of liconse commissioners for the
Oity of Nelson to be held after tbe expiration of thirty days from the date
hereof, for a transfer of the retail
liquor license now held by mo lor the
Royal hotel, situate on Stanley street
in the City of Nelson, on lots ii and 4,
block 2!), subdivision of lot 05, group
1, West Kootenay district to Sol Johns,
nf tne City of Nelson.
Witness: D. A. McFarland.
Dated this 27lh day of February,
Tenders will be received by the  undersigned at his office,   Nelson, until noon on
Wednesday, March 12,1902
for the purchase of the
stock in trade of J. G.
Bunyan & Co. consisting of
Furniture, Picture Moulding. Carpets,
Draperies,    and   Undertaking
Fixtures and Supplies.
as follows :
Furniture, etc,      $2596-69
Moulding       - 171.45
Carpets, etc.     ������     1332-38
Undertaking Stock
& Fixtures   -      817-28
Bids will be considered for any  one
line or for the whole stock.
Stock lists can be seen at office
of the undersigned, Nelson, B. C. ;
at the office of The Canada Furniture Manufacturers, Toronto, or at
the office of H. R. Ives & Co.,
The stock is all new and up-to-
date, no old shop worn goods, as
the firm has only been in business
for a short time.
Any further information will be
gladly given by
N. T. MACLEOD, Assignee.
Nelson, B. C, Feb. 24,   1902.
In accordance with tbe By-Laws of the Society, tho Annual General Mpeting will bo held
In tho Hoard of Trade Uooms on Tuesday,
March lull at i p. m.
All annual subscribers to the sum cf Ton Dol
lare aro members of thn Society, eligible lo
take part in tho election of directors for tho ensuing term and in case of illness aro ontltted to
froo troatment in the hospital.
NKLSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. &
M. meets second Wednesday in
month,   Visiting brethern welcome
I. O. O. F. Kootenay Lodge
No. 16, meets every Monday night,
at   their  Hall,  Kootenay Btroet
Sojourning Odd Fellows oordially invited.
G. VV. Halo, N. G.;  G. F. Motion, V. G.; A.
Loughurst, Hoc. Seo,
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter No. 123, G. R, C.
Moots third Wodnesday. Sojourning compan
ions  invited.    George Johnstone,  Z.    T.  J.
Sims,   S. K.
��       NELSON LODGE  No.26. K. of P.
5��\ineets in K. of P. hall, Oddfellows block
" tejovoryTuosday evening at 8 o'clook.
j/All visiting knights cordially invite
Wm.Ibvink, O.O.
Hugh Stkvknh, K. of R. and 8.
Nelson Enoa pmont No. 7. Meets every 2nd
and 4th Friday of eaoh month, in Odd Fellows
Hall, corner Raker and Kootenay strootH,
Nelson. A. H. Clements, C. P.; D. McArthuv
R. S.   Visiting brothers always wolr^nnm.
NELSON L. O. L. No. 1602 meets in Fraternity Hall on flrst and third Friday evenings
of each month at 8 o'clock. Visiting moinber
cordially invited. W. W. Bradley, W. K.
A, Minty. R. B.	
NELSON AERIE No. 22, F. O. E., meets
every seoond and fourth Wednesdays of each
in onth. Visiting members oordlally invito
Charles Prosser, Secretary*
Kootenay Tent No. 7, K. O. T. M��� hold thoir
regular moetings in Fraternity Hall, I. O. O. F,
block, on tho 1st, and 3rd Thursdays of eaoh
month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to
attend. G.A. Brown H. K.; Dr. Roso, Com'
R. J.Steel, D. 8.0,
1st aud 3rd Wednesday evenings of
each month at Fiatornlty hall
oorner of Baker and Kootonay
stroots. Visiting brethern cordially invited.
Edward Macmcod. Secretary*
Nelson Court Star of Kootenay, A. O. F
Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in every
Month, Visiting brothron welcome. V Mao
Milllan, C. P. ; Horbert MoLeod Sec
COURT KOOTKNAY, I. O. F., No. 8138.
Meetings 4th Thursday of month. Fraternal
hall, J A Irving C, It   P. K. Fleming. R.S,
The Waverley Hotel
Rates $1.00 to fl.50 per day. First
class Meals, 25e. Next door to Opera
House. P. O, Hox 21o. Telephone 147.
Victoria St., Nelson.
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Cor. Kootenay & Victoria Sts. Nelson
P. O. Box 14B Telephone 2
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, X. It.
Allan Lino Tunisian  March  8
Allan Lino Nuiuldian.... March l.<
Heaver Line Garth Castle March II
Beavor Line Lako Ontario March 28
Allan Line stoamers call at Halifax two days
From Portland,
Dominion Lino Dominion March 8
From Now York
Whito Star Lino Oceanic Maroh  6
White Btn r Line Moiostlo March 19
Whito Star Line Germanic March HI
Cunard Line Unibrla March 8
Cunard Lino Lueania March Id
Cunard Lino Ktrurta Maroh 22
American Lino St Paul March 12
American Lino St. Louis March HI
Hod Star Lino Southwark March 5
Hod SUir Lino Vaderland March 12
Continental salllngR of Fronoh, North Our-
man Lloyd, 11. A. P. and Italian Linen on application.
HATK9���Saloon fares (42.60, and upwards
focond {35 and upwards accordliiK to steamer
and location nf berth. Steerage quoted on application. Prupaid passages from Kngliiud and
tho oontinont at lowest ratos.
H. L. BROWN.      W. P. F. CUMMINGB,
City Agt. Nolsou.     Gen. Agent, Winnipeg
About that second-hand article o
yours. You'll sell it If you'll adver
tise il in The Miser want uwluuir


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