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Array Daily Edition No.  1185
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Thursday,  November 7,  1901
Eleventh   Year
LI HUNG CHANG
IS NO MORE
Hemorrhage   and
the   Cause   of
Death.
in the Manchurian situation is expected in consequence of Li Hung
Chang's death. Should his successor be ft man less friendly to
Ilussia the day when that nation
must relax her hold on that
Gastritis 1 country and allow it to bo opened
up  to the commerce of the world
His
will be hastened.
Troops Stationed to Prevent j
Possible Anti-Foreign
Riots.
Pekln, Nov. 7.���Li Hung died
at 11 o'clock this morning. The
burial clothes had already boen
put on. The courtyards of the
Yamoii are filled with life-sized
paper horsos and chairs with coolie bearers, which his friends are
Bending, in accordance with Chinese custom, to be buried, in
order to carry his soul to heaven.
Several of the ministers of the
Powers have called to express
sympathy. The Chinese ofliciftls
are somewhat uneasy concerning
the effect his death will havo on
the populace, and to guard against
a possible anti-foreign demonstration the Chinese generals have
disposed their troops about the
city in a way to command the
situation. Trouble, however, is
extremely probable. The wife of
Earl Li and 1ub two sons aud
daughters were with him. They
are distressed. Chinese officials
throng the Yamen. Telegrams
have been sent summoning Prince
Ching, who is now on his way to
meet the court; and Cliou F11',provincial treasurer, from Pao-tiug-
fu. The former will assume the
formal charge of governmental
affairs, and the latter will act as
governor of Clii-Li until Li Hung
Chang's successor, who will probably be Yuan Chi Kai, has been
appointed.
Robert Coltman, an American,
who is oue of Li Hung Chang's
physicians, told the correspondent
of the Associated Press that when
he was  called   to   act   with Dr.
Velde, of the German legation ou
Nov. 1st he found the patient very
weak   from   Hevere  hemorrhages
due to ulceration of the stomach,
The hemorrhage was readily controlled, said Dr. Coltman.   Only
the mildest liquid  food could be
digested.      Yesterday    he   was
cheerful and without pain, bnt at
2 o'clock this morning he became
unconscious and   was no   longer
able  to  get   rid of collection of
mucous which ho had freely expectorated.   Death was expected.
Throughout the evening digitalis
was    frequently      administered.
Earl Li's  persistent   refusals   to
refrain from attending to government   business   aggravated    his
malady, while the refusal of his
family to permit certain measures
customary   in    western   medical
practice for relieving the stomach
contributed to bring hia end.
EARLY RELEASE  PROBABLE
THo Briaands Hold out for Their Ransom but
Captives still Well,
Constantinople, Nov. 6. ��� The
officials of the United States legation have received advices lately
wat indicates the early release of the captives in the hands
of the brigands. On October 29th
Miss Stone and Mme Tbilka were
both well.
A dispatch from Sofia states
that the brigands were in Bulgaria near Turkish territory and
that the captives are in caves with
area to protect them from cold.
tl'!.. gandH ev'dently believe
'��M��POblllilty given the case
make them all thesurer of getting
tne ransom asked.
Changes at Rossland Mines.
It. J. Precheville has announced
the policy of the Le Roi company
to be that Bernard McDonald
retires from the LeRoi on December 1st, but will continue as manager of the LeRoi No 2, Rossland-
Great Western and Kootenay
Mining companies; Wm. Thompson
also remains as general snperin-
teedent of the companies under
Mr. McDonald's charge. J. H.
Mackenzie, manager of the Mariposa Grant properties in California, will have charge of the Le
Roi and Jules Labarthe, of Trail,
has accepted the position of manager of the smelter at Northport.
An audit is being made of the
books of the company but thore is
no reason to insinuate any irregularities in them, is Mr. Freche-
ville's statement. The audit is
being made to properly apportion
tho expenditure upon opening up,
developing and equipping the
mine and the smelter at North-
port. The labor trouble had
absolutely nothing to do with the
resignation of Mr. McDonald and
the policy with regard to the
strike would not be changed. A.
J. McEwen is employed by Capt.
Jenkins to assist him in crushing,
mixing and sacking the samples
that are being taken from the
Le Roi. Capt. Jenkins is an expert with very long experience in
the United States and is known
in London as a very reliable and
trustworthy man.
The Rossland Evening World
commenting on the announcement of the changes in the Le Roi
staff refers to the words of Mr.
Aarons, a director, at a meeting of
tho company held in August last,
and also to those of Mr. Hill who
said: If he (Mr. McDonald) is
wrong, Mr. Precheville will undoubtedly And out where he is
wrong, and on that report coming
into our hands it will then bo a
matter for us to decide what your
management out there will be.
The World says that it is hardly necessary to look very deeply
, to see good and sufllcient reasons
for the radical step��� the mine is
to be run on a strictly business
basis and that being so, an absolute change in the whole staff is
deemed necessary.
As to the accounts, Whittaker
Wright had stated that the accounts had been audited up to
June .'10th and were on their way
to London. The announcement
now that the London auditors do
not understand mine accounts
will be received with astonishment by mining men the world
over.
KITCHENER
MINE CLOSED
Snow  Is
erate
THEIR BILL OF
GRIEVENCES
too Deep to Op j The Manufacturers Want In-
Wlth  Advantage.
Preparations  Made  for  Increased Activity Next
Spring.
creased Tariff on Various Articles.
Quarterly Labor Bulletin Sufficient and No Labor
Gazette.
The iron mines near Kitchener
have been closed down for the
winter owing to the snow which
has fallen to the depth of fully
two feet. This was the announcement made yesterday by W. B.
Blakemore, the manager. Work,
however, will ho resumed in the
spring just as soon as the weather
will permit. Mr. Blakemore in
speaking about the matter Baid in
effect that the work had ceased
for the Beason ou the iron properties, as the depth of snow prevented operations being advantageously carried on. Since May
lust $30,000 has been spent in
development. This work consists
of two shafts, a tunnel, crosscut-
ing, open cuts and diamond drill
borings.
Some time ago Mr. Blakemore
said that it waa a question of
quantity of the ore and not of its
quality, now the question of
quantity is determined as it is
certainly large and satisfactory.
There are five ledges of iron which
aggregate in width 00 feet. The
ledge which the shafts are on is 18
feet wide. The quality of the ore
is equal to the best. It carries 05
per cent, iron and thore iB scarcely
a trace of sulphur and phosphorous, while tho silica runs from 5
to 10 per cent. There is a steam
hoist, a diamond drill and an automatic fan all ready for the next
season when operations begin,
which will be just as soon as the
weather permits. Operations will
then be conducted on a muth
larger scale than they were dur
ing the present year. The development next year will determine
what will be done with the property aud its product. Mr. Blakemore in conclusion said he was
very well pleased with the results
so far attained.
On December 1st Mr. Blakemore
returns to Montreal for the winter and early in the year intends
to go to England on mining
business.
not known what Tartu will do
now. The board will send Kennedy's report to him.
WILL APPEAL
TO OTTAWA
Canada's offer Declined.
Toronto, Nov. 6,���The  Evening I
Telegram's London cable  says: i Fishermen Claim ThaUudge
Montreal, Nov. 0.���At the morning session of the members of the
Manufacturers' Association it was
decided to ask the government to
make changes in the tariff giving
increased protection to woollens,
shirts, collars, lumber, oatmeal
and agricultural implements. The
association also decided not to
continue subscriptions to the
Labor Gazette published by the
government as its tendency was
against employers and in favor of
employees. The association decided to recommend the publication be modelled on the plan of the
United States labor bulletin and
that it be issued only quarterly.
The place of the next annual
meeting was left to the executive,
with the understanding that it
shall be at Quebec, Halifax or St.
John.
The ofTor of the Royal Canadian 1
regiment Htationed at Halifax to
go to South Africa, though most
highly appreciated, will be declined with many thanks. It is unlikely that any more Canadian
volunteers will be accepted as the
Imperial government is impressed
with the belief that the war will
soon be over and if more soldiers
are required thoy can be taken
from the home supply.
Must Be Christians.
Toronto, Nov. 0,-Rnv. S. S.
Craig, who threatened to resign
the pastorate of Zion Congregational church has consented to
remain. The agreement is that
Craig's salary is to be the surplus
over and above running expenses
and any unconverted office holder
in the church is to become converted, renouncing a worldly life
or to resign.
Trying Rogers Was
Unfair.
Great Northern Break Ground
Today on the Victoria
Extension.
Waal
Effect of His Death.
'ington, Nov. 0.���A change J insurgents
Chandler Adjudgod Sane.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 6.���The
county court of Albemarle county
today relused to appoint a committee to manage the affairs of John
Armstrong Chandler, whom his
wife, Amelie Rives, the Princess
Troubetzksy, alleged was insane.
Chandler had been placed in a
northern sanitarium from whicn he
had escaped and was lost to public
view for months.
Fire In Steel Works.
Pittsburg, Nov. 0.���The immense
steel rod and railway spike works
of Dilworth, Porter & Co. were
damaged to the extent of $250,-
000 by a fire tonight.
Panama in Danger.
Colon, Nov. 6.���The Colombian
government expects an early attack
upon  the  city  of  Panama  by  'u~
Express Robbers Captured.
St. Louis, November 6.���Lillic
Rose was arrested today charged
with being implicated in tbe Great
Northern express robbery at Wagner, Montana, on July 3rd last. She
had $8,500 in National Rank of
Helena notes and admitted having
forged the signatures of the officers
of that bank to them. Harry
Toughbough, a man with several
aliases, was arrcsled last night
charged with being an accomplice.
Close in Maryland.
Baltimore, Nov. 0.���Practically
complete returns give the Democrats 10 delegates and seven new
ly elected senators, with hold-over
senators making G3 on a joint ballot, The republicans elected 49
delegates and six senators which
gives them 58 on the joint ballot-
ACCUSED HAS LEFT.
A Young Nova Scotlan chargod With Forgery
at Carberry.
Winnipeg, Nov. 6.���An interesting case booked for the Winnipeg
assizes will probably not come up
for trial owing to the disappearance of the defendant. Mills was
committed for trial in the lower
court on the charge of having
stolen $3000 from Premier Roblin,
his partner in the cattle business.
When the case was called at the
assize court today Mills was not
present and his bail was ordered
escheated.
Harry Smith, a young Nova
Scotian, was arrested near Brook-
dale and brought to Carberry today to stand preliminary trial on
the trial of forgery. Smith and a
companion, Purley Lorraine, came
west together this fall during the
farmers' excursions. On reaching
Carberry both made deposits in
the Union bank, Smith of $00 and
Lorraine of $10 for which each
was given a deposit receipt. Some
days ago a man appeared at the
the bank, presented Lorraine's receipt and was given the $10.
The rightful owner turned up for
his money and the arrest of Smith
is the sequel.
Home Support Poor.
Montreal, Nov. 6.���Hon. Mr.
Pielding, speaking tonight, expressed the hope that the day
would soon come when the tariff
would be taken out of politics.
He thought Canadians did not
support homo industries as well
as they might. Hon. Mr. Patterson also spoke.
An M. P. on Trial.
Winnipeg, Nov. 0.���At the
asBize court today the grand jury
returned a true bill against V.
Winkler for undue intimidation
in the general election of November last. Winkler contested Lis-
gar against R. L. Richardson, whp
was recently unseated.
WILL KEEP ON THIS SIDE.
the
company
Near scranton.
November    6.���Five
have  been   ordered
the Temple  Iron
ines in the Lackawanna
the
reinstate 50
Strike
Scranton,
thousand  men
out on strike on
Company's m
and Wyoming valley because
refused   to
mployees who had been discharged. J
Harbor Board Troubles.
Montreal, Nov. 0.���The meeting
of the harbor board this morning
brought up two interesting incidents. Some time ago the mechanical superintendent, Desy, a
French Canadian, resigned. Senator McKay, president of the board
temporarily appointed H. A. Bay-
Held, who comes from Prince Edward island, and who has recently
been in British Columbia, to the
position. The board this morning
made the appointment permanent
in spite of the protest of the
French Canadian members who
claimed that the job belonged to a
French Canadian. Then Mr.
Kennedy, the harbor engineer,
who was present, replied to the
report of the plans for the erection of the Jameson elevator. In
his report Mr. Kennedy showed
up tests made by Messrs. Dean,
Bovey, and the assistants of
Applied Science faculty that the
government experts had made a
bad error, calculating the strain
more than twelve times greater
than it could possibly be.   It is
Sealing Schooners find the Japan Fisheries
Unprofitable.
Victoria, Nov. 0.���The associa
tion controlling all but two or
three of the sealing schooners
sealing from here will meet shortly to arrange the program for the
fleet next season. It is likely that
the vessels will leave earlier than
usual, some time in mid-December
and will go further south to follow the herds north. As the
schooners did not meet with much
success on the Japan coast, and
the cost is much higher there for
outfitting, it is said that few if
any schooners will go from here
to the other side of the ocean this
coming season.
The ship Charles Cotes worth,
with a cargo of 41,11)7 cases of
salmon left tonight for Liverpool.
She is the fifth of this year's
salmon fleet. There are three
more here loading and another
three on the way here to load,
this being the largest salmon ileot
in the history of the industry in
the province,
The name of the fireman lust in
the disaster to the steamer God-
iliinl on Lake Libarge was John
Thompson.   He is of this city.
Considerable interest is being
taken in the report received by
the department of agriculture
from a gentleman at Peachland,
in the Okanagan valley telling of
finding of a grove of wild peach
trees at that place. The district
has been noted for the past few
years for its peaches, but it was
not known until lately that they
grew wild near there. The grove
is 1000 feet above the lake and
2200 above the sea, the soil being
gravelly. The peaches liave ripened and are said to have a splendid
flavor, and it is thought that they
must have been planted by early
settlers and have done well in
their wild state.
(Sl-I'.l IAI, TO TUB IUIM-.ll.)
Vancouver,      Nov.      0.���Many
members of the Fishermen's union
here have expressed themselves as
believing that a certain  Supreme
Court judge   in   addressing    tho
jury in the fishermen's kidnapping
case, was prejudiced against tho
prisoners   and  used language he
was not justified in using.     J.   II.
Watson, of the Canadian customs,
who is a member of the executive
of the Trades Council, said today
that   representations   would    be
made   to   Ottawa regarding the
language used  in  this charge  to
the jury.    On the other hand certain heads of industries say labor
unionism is   so strong  here that
they strive to control governments
and courts. The feeling at present
is intense.   Fishermen declined to
join the navy league or take part
in   the    celebration    to    Prince
George owing   their   hostility to
the Imperial authority  in  admitting Japanese to British Columbia.
Sod will be broken tomorrow,
both on Vancouver island  and on
the   mainland   (on  the  Delta  of
Fraser river) in   the construction
of a ferry system  connecting  the
Great Northern  at south  Westminster, Ladner's opposite Steves-
ton, Sydney on Vancouver island
and Victoria by rail and ferry.
R. M. Home Payne, managing
director of B. C. electric railway
systems in B. C��� has cabled the
local management here that he
has raised ��150,000 for the establishment of a plant to generate
power at Coquitlam lake to supplement the steam power of their
systems to supply light for New
Westminster and to soli powor in
Victoria and Vancouver. In the
meantime three municipalities and
one rival company are after the
same power.
Rockland Copper Company.
(SPECIAL TO THE MINCR.)
Grand Forks, Nov. 6.���A  meeting of the provisional directors of
the   Rockland   Copper  Company
recently incorporated with a capital stock of $2,000,000,  was  held
today for the purpose of organization.    Will  G.  Graves, of Spokane and G. W. Wooster of Grand
Forks,    were elected  provisional
president and secretary-treasurer
respectively.   The   other   provisional directors are Jay P.  Graves,
A. L. White and Judge W.  Ward
Spiuks.   J. A. Macdonald, of Rossland, is solicitor of the company,
and   attended   today's    meeting.
The first annual meeting will be
here on Nov. 20th.   The company
was organized for the purpose  of
taking over the  Rockland  Group
on Slocan lako.    It is a   rich  copper-gold proposition.     Extensive
development   work   will   be    resumed next spring and  it   is   expected that the company will  ultimately  own   its   own   smelter.
The   group   was   acquired   from
Frank  Watson of Spokane,  and
W. Ward Spinks, of Vernon, B. C
Fire at Atlanta.
Atlanta,    Ga.,     Nov.     6���The
Lyceum   theatre   was   burned   this
afternoon  but   no   one   was   hurt
j except a fireman.
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THE
I Tbe family nt
to Nelson from
and will lake u)
At .St. Paul's
Rev. Dr. Writ,
Services both m
Jesse   Grahan,
dunce   ou   Mill
Porter, and   lef
Grand Forks.
The lit. Eev?i
L.i bishop  of
Koo'cnay, will
vioes at St. Savi
Tbe subject ol
in tbe Haptist c
Drifting,   and
Tiuius.        Strai
invited.
Another lot ol
came down on
Most ui tbem
fields of Manitc
inlentiiin of rei
nays.
A company i
the Nelaon cot
Mountain Ran
when a oup and
Juted for by the
pauy.
A   meetiug of
of Sf.Huviour's c
Ml lid iy eveiiin
ous inn tiers of i
tion with the e
will preside.
II, A. frossoi
Louis, where be
restaurant basin
store and bnsine
been purchased 1
tbe Old Curios] t
James Anders*.'
Munro, of Create
lienses   for tliei:
Friday,   yesterd
hotel   outfits   oi
Nelson furnilun
Men are still c
the Forty-Nine *
portions     and
showed up   as   |
Contractor Melm
mined   that Nell
class driveway.
At Powder Pol
is   bein��   dune
bave   taken   up
A. Walley, of Ki
. week plnnted 3
section owned by
other   ranchers
. busy with llie fr
been arriving fn
week.
TAKE 1
��� Or Peed Them on I
When a studt
down from lack
'food there are on
either lake hiui
bim propery on t
the brain anil nel
is (.rape Nuts.
A boy writes I
Y., Baying, "A
into a bad corn!
but Mother havir.
Nuts Fond begun
Mltistlcil my liu
other food, and tl
vcl.r.is.  1 (rot flesi
My usual morn
pea rid, and foil in
long period wi
effects of it.
After I bad bc��
Food for about tv
n new boy altogi
been pale and tt
round and lias c
have gained tfre
well an lli'sli an
to study now Ilia
with my head. I
animations witb
percentage, extr
them, nnd it wa
saved inn fioin
terlng col lege.
rather   and Mc
Improved by tbe
Food,      Mother
sleepless niglits.a
looked careworn]
noriunl strength i
well Lights."    D
The Nelson Miner
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H'llworlplioim Invariably In advanoo.
LONDON OFTIOl
115 Flool StreoU K. C.
I'roi-H Agoncy, Ltd.. Bpoolal Ageiit"
Aloianilor ft Co..5'2l First Avenue, Spokano
*'n��h., k.icp this paper on file, anil are our
raUuMUea agent* for advorliiicinonUi ana sub-
.ciiiitlons.
TAMMANY ROUTED.
New  York  city under tho control    of   Tammany   became   tho
most corrupt city under tho sun.
The  police went into partnership
with  the criminal  element for a
consideration and the result was
that crimes of a certain sort were
virtually licensed; contracts wore
given to political favorities under
which the city was robbed and the
public   treasury   depleted;  those
who opposed Tammany  and   its
methods  were punished and even
merchants against whom tho political  organization  had  a grudge
were   driven   out    of    business;
Tammany    was    autocratic   and
where  it did  not levy tribute it
ruled with an iron, a tyrannical,
hand ; it carried out its steals and
practised its buccaneer like methods with such boldness that good
citizens  began to doubt the boue-
flts of popular government   ami
free suffrage, and to think even a
dictator would be an improvement;
the   municipal expanses arose to
oolloaaal size in order to ptovide
places   for   hordes   of Tammany
heelers or to give supporters  fat
contracts.   Tho evils  that  flourished under Tammany grew to so
great a size that the lovers of honest civic government united their
forces in tho citizen's union  and
nominated an exceptionally good
ticket with Seth Low as the candidate  for mayor and at the election held on Tuesday Mr. Low aud
tho balance of those ou the ticket
were   elected   as   the   officials of
Greater Now  York.     Now that
tho better element is  dominant in
tho affairs of the American metropolis  the Augean stable of politi-
tical  corruption  will  be   cleaned
out.    All of tho creatures of the
Tammany  will  be  removed from
the  several   departments   and  a
clean administration will be inaugurated.    It is to be hoped for
the sake nf the reputation of New
York and for the best interests of
its citizens that Tammany may be
permanently retired  and that the
forces favoring  gixul  government
may bo kept continually in power.
The defeat   of the   corrupt   ring
in New  York   shows   that when
the decent element once becomes
aroused  even a Tammany can be
routed, horse, foot aud dragoons.
���lign of dull times, on the contrary,
it marks a period of activity and
is largely due to the immense
sums required to handle the unusually large wheat crop raised in
Manitoba and the more than normal industrial activity. The
banks havo been called upon to
make big advances to farmers,
grain dealers, warehousemen and
others engaged iu the grain industry. Early in tho new year
the settlements for the amounts
advanced will have all been made
and money should then be even
more plentiful than usual. It
would, therefore, bo advantageous
for the city to take the preliminary steps toward borrowing tho
money needed now for delivery in
the spring of 1002.
EDITOKIAL NOTE?.
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
1NCORPOHRTBD    1670.
##!MIHHHt*##4**
FUNDS FOR LIGHT PLANT.
Nelson should have nn trouble
in securing a loan of $125,000 or
$150,000 for the erection of a suitable light plant on the Kootenay
river, for the reason that the
credit of the city is good. Such
an investment would be income
bearing and, with proper manage
ment, should yield a profit of at
least ten per cent per annum.
Lian companies regard a loan of
this sort ns first class, and It is
very probable that twenty year
bonds bearing 5 per cent interest,
interest payable semi-annually,
would sell at $102 or perhaps a
little more. The city's last issue
of $100,000 worth of debentures
sold for I108.87J and they bore
interest at the rate of a per cent-
The proposed issue of debentures
would not sell for quite as
much as the l*st issue brought a*
the municipal liabilities are now
greater, and besides the financial
stringency, which at present
exists nil over Canada, is an
element that would have to be
taken into consideration by the
parties making the loan ; that is
If the money was wanted immediately.     The   stringency   is not a
Ono of the most extraordinary
accidonts on record was the cause
of the death of three men at Keystone, South Dakota. The accident appears to have been caused
by tho ignition of oil iu tho air receiver of the compressor. The air
was therefore vitiated both by
tho withdrawal of oxygen and by
the formation of carbon monoxide
and carbon doxide. The men at
the drills underground were overcome by tho fumes, and out of the
four men only the life of one was
saved.
Through the kindness of R. F.
Pettyplece, editor of the Lardeau
Eagles of Ferguson, Tho Miner is
in receipt of a map of the Lardeau
district, including Fish river and
upper Duncan sections. The
claims recorded in the several
mining sections are shown in different colors. Those in black are
in the Trout Lake division, thos-e
in red in Lardeau division, and
those in blue iu tho Atnsworth
division. It is a comprehensive
map and contains an indi��x in
which are the names of the different claims. The map was compiled Viy S. Shannon and A. P.
Cummins, of Ferguson.
Tamping is just as essential for
low-grade dynamite as for black
powder. It is commonly stated
that no tamping is necessary for
dynamite, but in the opinion of
Mining Reporter this is entirely
erroueous. For nitroglycerine
this may be true, but for ordinary
blasting dynamite of 30 to 35 per
cent, the case is altogether different. By practical experience we
know this to be tho case. With
a low percentage dynamite the
rate of explosion is not nearly as
rapid as iu a high percentage
powder, hi fact the lower rate of
explosion, in the lower grade dyn-
mite, is the reason why it is being
preferred to high per cent, dynamite. Tho former acts more like
black powder aud breaks down
and loosens up a great deal of
rock instead of pulverizing and
shattering a small amount of rock
as with the high percentage
powders. As the miner says "a
low grade powder has time to do
the work."
In View of Coming
.. Events ..
we are paying special attention to the requirements of
The Ball Room
Wc cannot go into details but we would  ask you  to have
A Look at Our Windows
We have the choicest, newest and daintiest goods procurable in the best markets of the world, and at prices which
will agreeably surprise you.
Our Fall Stock of
Furniture and Carpets
Is now complete.
We bay of the Largest Manufacturers and Importers.
J. 6. BUHHUrS 60.
The Complete House Furnishers.
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SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF   POSTAL.
write vih _ sinr. Ann address plainly.
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With Which In Amalgamated 1
The Bank ofJBrjtish Columbia. ��
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO. I
Paid-up  Capital,   88,000,000;    Reserve   Fund,   82,000,000; f
Aggregate  Resources Over 805,000,000. 1
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New York Office; 16 Exchange Place. 0
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Deposits Roceived ��nd Interest Allowed.   Present Kate 8 Per Cent f
Nelson Branch.
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FOR TEN
YEARS
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saw your adveili&erueut for the cure of
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Bet. Dr. Horrln Weclisler,
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Dr Taft Duos. Medicine Co.,
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After having it carefully analyzed, we can state that Asthmalene contains
uo opium, morphine, chloioforui or ^Verg��%$��& wECHSIJa>
Feb. 1, 1901.
ASHNOLAI
The new Coal City ib owned by the Himilknmeen Valley Coal Company,
Limited; who hnve placed one ihonsiuid lots on Ihe market at tbe following
prices: from $50 to 8225, one fourth cash, balance three, six and nino months,
without interest.
There is also a small block of the firsr one hundred Owns and shares lemnin-
(o he sold at 35c, iic. a shine down, balance in six monthly payments, When
these are sold the shares will be advanced to $1 each by the Company.
Tha Company's land, including the townsite of Asnuoln, is underlaid with at
least three fine seams of coking, stinm and furnace coal. The Company alio
own the water rights and at least S5,000,000 feet of Hue titnbor. All the above
is owned bv the ��ne Company, aud every shareholder will participate in tbe
profits accruing from the sale of any nr the above mentioned property.
A full force of men nre now nt win k and will be kept on continually cltiriuj
the year.   For further information apply to.
R. J. STEEL, Official Broker, Nelson, B. 0-
Or Vedder & Cunningam, Greenwood, B. 0.; J. E. Dhurish, Viotoria, 13.
W. Fellows, Sandon, B. O.; C. E. Douglas, Vancouver, B. 0.
0.1 W
Editor Bell, the pes'irnlstic individual who runs the Mining
Journal' at Ottawa, frequently
engages in crusades against the
mines of British Columbia anil is
now energetically slating the
Granby Consolidate*!, which is
operating the Knob Hill. OKI Ironsides, etc., in the Phoenix camp.
The trouble with Mr. Bell is that
ho affects to believe that all of
the really good mines of Canada
are located in the eastern part
uot far from where his publication
is issued and he considers, appar
ently, that his best policy, from
a personally profitable standpoint,
is to discourage investment in the
west by decrying the miues and
to stimulate it in the east
by loud praise of the mines
there. He is, however, recognized
everywhere as a professional pessimist and uot a great deal of
attention is paid to his jeremiads
ou the industry in British Coluni
bia. The nu>st unanswerable answer to his tirndes of abuse is the
marked difference between the
mineral output of Eastern and
Westei n Canada. The latter produces much the larger quautity.
Avon Bprinqb, N. Y
DBS. Tait Bros. Medicine Co.
Gentlemen : I write this testimonial from a sense of duty, having tested the
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my own skill as well as many others, 1 chanced to see your sign upon your
windows on 130 th street, New York, I at onee obtained n bottle of Asthmalen".
My wife commenced takiDg it about the (irst of November. 1 very soon noticed
a radical improvement. After using one bottle htr Asthma has disappeared
and she is eutirely free from all symptoms. 1 feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing disease.
Yours respectfully, O. D. I'lIKLPh, M. D.
Dr. Taft Bros. Mbdicixe Co, Feb. 5,100L
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07 East 128th St.,New York City.
TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT   OF   POSTAL,
Do not delay.   Write at once, addressing  DR  TAFT BROS, MEDICINE
CO., 79 East 130th St., N. Y. City.
Sold by All Druggists.
HRAIN-FOOD NONSENSE.
Another ridiculous food {ad has been
branded by tbe most competent
authoiities. They hate dispelled tbe
silly notion tbat one kinrt of food is
needed for brain, another for muscles,
and still another for bones. A correct diet will not only nourish * particular part of the body, but it will
sustain every uther pait. Yet, how-
crci goo:! your food may lie, its nutriment is destroyed by indigestion cr
dypepsia. You must prepare for their
ppearance or prevent their coming by
aking regular doses of ciieen s August
Flower, the favorite medicine of the
healthy millions. A few doses aids
digestion, stimilates the liver tn
taealthv action, purifies the blood, and
makes you feel buoyant and vigorous.
You can get Dr C. tl. (ireen's reliable
remedies at W. K. Teeitel A Co.'s.
(let (Ireen's Special Almanac.
CAMBORNE
The Rossland of the Lardeau
LOTS FOR SALE
Full particulars of
R. Ji STEEL,
NKLSON
AGENT
Spokane Falls 4_
Northern R'v.
Nelson A  Fort
Sheppard R'v
Red Mountain R'v.
SPECIAL SERVICE
NELSON TO SPOKANE
For the comfort of the number of
people who are now using this
popular line, a direct daily BuRet
Car service has been inaugurated,
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable on any of the
larger railways in Canada 6r the
U. S.
Close connections made at Spokane 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
9:00 s,m Spokane...
Ud6 p.m Kossland..
10:10 a. m Nelson	
H. A. JA0K80N, G. P,
Spokane
, K.TAOKABURY
Agent, Nelson. B.O
Arrive
..7:3!lp,n)
..4:10 p. no
. .O.uo p.m
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THfc   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE
NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK. NELSON. B. C.
Gold, Silver-Lead   and  Clipper Mines wanted at the EXCHAN0E.
FREE   MILLING   HOLD properties  wanted at once for Eastern
Investors.
Parties having  mining  property for  sale arc   requested to send
samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.
We desire  to  hear from prospectors who have promising mineral
claims in British Columbia.
Prospectors   and  mining   tr.en   are requested   to make  the  E
CllANGE their headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
ANDREW   F.   ROSENBERGER. \
Telephone No. 104.   P.O. Box 700. NELSON, B 0.  |
;ral   \
BX-   \
I
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchao.
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
_ ���*  _\_\_\_\_\_\_^A\ at__ __
Branoh Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by audi t* ������� branch will have careful and oromot attention.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
A FANCY CUP AND SAUCER
will be Given Away with
one pound of No.   i   Coffee
for 50 cents cash.
SEE OUR WINDOW
WM. HUNTER & GO.
Watch Our Adv't next week.
BENNETT'S PUSE.
Be  sure and get the gennine   BENNETT'S C1UTTA PEKCHA FUSE,not
something that looks   like   it.    Lawrence Hardware Co., Agents.
F. O. UBBHM        K7S. OLEMENT3
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Bnslneers and Provincial Land
Surveyor*.
P. O. Box US
.Kelson, B.C.
mmr_j_t___t Nelson   Daily M;n��r, Thursday November 7, 1901
T MfNlNG NEWS.    |
The following were the entries at
Jlining recorder's office jr-g-
[Z. Location, Anaconda, on Gi��-
m creek, one-quarter  mile  from
^vnofErie, by Alfred Jones;
certifier of work  was  issued to
j, Callahan on the Ocean Wave.
A force of men went up to the
juno mine yesterday to resume work
on that property.  	
HBTAL QUOTATIONS.
f0..(.r_I,������.lon,      -65, It*, up   la.
it I   17-   fld futures;   Now York
jJiloilTtorl_w. $l6.87Hto��d.
��u (or cnstinR.
l,,.llM.ondon. .CII.   108. up Is. .Id.;
New ?ork, |4.37H.
s,|,er-liOndon,   B0��a ; New Yoik
TOCIKi: A. COM* W ����*��**���
. 1 1 ,,��nvo PmraoQulnlno Tttblote, AH
Tl* ifthnid ho money If il falls U< run:
3ttS����ll lux.   ��c.
NELSON LIBRARY.
InimslIM Figures ��� It Stiould be Taken Over
by mo I Ity.
During the month of October
the total number of books taken
out of the Nelsou library was 338,
and the number of visitors, 1,500.
Thin makes a daily average of 13
bonks taken out and of 53 viaitoio.
The total number of membership
tickets Issued is 121. A membership fee of $2 per year is charged,
or a person may pay from month
to month the sum of 25 cents upon
pinking a deposit of $1 as a protection against damage to books.
Visitors may use the reading room
without charge.
A glance at the financial part of
these figures will show how much
difficulty the committee must have
in keeping thing going and an examination of tho library and reading room will show what good
results have been attained. The
council from time to time has
made grants of money but these
have been intermittent and not
large. What money has been required in addition to that received
frmu fees and from the council
has been raised by entertainments
and special subscriptions. It has
been with great difficulty that
money has been raised for new
books and consequently the library
has not grown with that rapidity
it should have.
A sentiment exists that the city
should take over tho library, bear
all expenses of it and make it free
in every 6ense of the term. It is
understood that provision for such
a step is made in the Municipalities Act by which upon a bylaw
being submitted to the electors,
in the same manner as a money
bolaw, the council is empowered
to levy an special rate, not exceeding a rate specified in the
Act, for the support and maintenance of the library. The total
assessment of the city is over
$2,000,000 on which a rate of half
ft mill on the dollar would yield
$1,000 which would be sufficient
to maintain the library well and
add from year to year from $400
to $500 worth of hooks. This sum
so spent would in a short time
procure a stock of bookH that
would be a credit to the city.
THE KINGS BIRTHDAY.
Is lo Be Proclaimed a Public Holiday by the
Lieutenant Governor.
hi response to a telegram sent
to Victoria, inquiring whether Saturday, November Oth, the anni-
veisaryof the birth of the King,
was to bo declared a public holiday, the following dispatch was
received:
Victoria, B. C, Nov. fl.-Satur-
aay, 9 th November, will be pro-
cl"imed a public holiday. [Signed]
A- 0. Rbdmb, Deputy Provincial
Secretary.
thanks to those who patronized the
bazaar and the sale of work. Those
who loaned disher which have not
been returned, will find them at the
residence of Mrs. John Hamilton.
Seven Years In Bed.
'���Will wonders ever cease?"
inquire the friends of Mrs. L. Pease,
of Lawrence, Kan. They knew
she had been unable to leave her
bed in seven years on account of
kidney and liver troubles, nervous
prostration and general debility ;
but "three bottles of Electric Bitters
enabled me to walk," she writes,
"and in three months 1 felt like a
new person." Women suflering
from Headache, Backache, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Melancholy,
Fainting and Dizzy Spells will find
it a priceless blessing. Try it.
Satisfaction is guaranteed. Canada
Drug & Book Co.    Only 50c.
Ilavo von used healthful Hygcnic
linking Powder, the lutest discovery
in chemistry ?
Corpoiation of the City of
Nelson.
BY-LAW  NO   IOI
A Ity-Lnw In IE<-|(nr(l to riirrltjisliirlYrliiln
Tower from Ihe WeHt Kooteimy Power
unit LIkIii Company.
TI10 Municipal Council of tho Corporation of
Iho City of Nelnon in Council ngxemblud enacts
as follow..:
1, Subject to tho terms, conditions und pro-
v hIoiis hereinafter cont d'xil. it la iurreo.1 that
the Corporation shall take and tho Company
ahull supply olectrio powor at l-ho nub station of
tho Company In tho City of Nolson for the
power and llxhtinir purpwesof l.heCorporation.
2 The quantity of powor to ho tvkon hy the
Corporation from the Company will i ol bo leas
Mian 1IHI horso jmwor, such horso power to bo
delivered al a pressure of 2200 volts,
3. Tho Compmy will aupplv all the rognlit-
log apparatus in tliolr auh-siatinn for reguintlMK
Iho power necessary for properly operating in-
canuescont lighta.
4. Tho Company shall supply power from 100
hoivo power lo 100 horso power If required by
tho Corporation al Iho same ralo as hereinafter
agreed upon, without furthor notice Tho ox-
DOS) of power ovor 1110 horac power lo bo
oh wired for according lo the hori-e powor tisod.
In ra o of the Corporation requiring further
powor tho Company will ngreo to supply the
same upon 30 days notice upon ttie following
ImsIs: In case 150 to SUO horse rower is required
hy Ihe I'orp intlon, Iho Oompany will agree to
supply tho aiiiiio up to 200 horse powo ��� as required charging for a minimum of 15 bore
powor nnd for tho oxoosa of horse power ovor
151 according to tho hor.-o power us-d. In eaae
200 to 250 horse power Is required by the Corporation Iho Company will agroo to supply Ihe
name, charging for a minimum of 2U1 horse
power And from that upto25tihorsepower according lotbe horso power uaod In case 300 lo 35o
horse power la roquirod by Ihe Corporation Iho
(timipnny will agree lo supply Iho name charging for a minium of 300 horso powor and from
that up to 350 horso powor according lo the
horso powor used In case 350 to 400 horse
power is requlr u by tho Corporation Iho Com-
pain will agree lo supply tho sinio charging
for a minimum of 350hor o power and from lhat
uo to 400 horso power according to tho horso
bower used. In case tie to 450 norso power is
required by tho Corporation, tho Company wil.
agree l o aupnly tho same charging for a minimum of 100 horse power and from that up lo
150 horso power accord! g to the horso powor
usnl. In cuso 450 to 500 hor.o power is required by Iho Corporation, tho Oompany will
agree to sopply tho same, charging for a mini
mum of 450 horse power ..nil from thai up lo
500 home power according t�� the homo power
used. It being 1 he lute itlon th��t tho Company
will always keep In rusorvo 50 horso p wer
over and above ihe minimum slated by the
Corporation to bo roquirod, and shall charge
for the said 60 horse power according only to
tho horso power used.
An 1 It Is understood that tho hlghosr, mini
ilium load for any iiionlh during iho contract
hereunder shall be the minimum loud for eaoh
of the ensuing months during the ��� ontrnct. un-
los-i the minimum Is Inoroasod by the Corporation.
5. Calculations of the quantity of poworusod
by thoOorporation aro to bo busod upon tho dally
average peak lo>d, BUCh peak load to be arrived at by luki'g voltaniporo readings, and
Ihe eulculttlloiis made from such reailingB.
suoh readings shidl be lakou aftor tho powor
has passed through the regulators.
0. Tho Corporation will pay to tho Company monthly on Ihe 20lh day of each month
for iho powor used (not being less than uo
horse powori during the procoding month nt
ihe following ralo: For all horse powor up to
BOO horse power at'he rato of $3.75 por horso
power per mouth; and for all horso powor 1
excess of 300 horso powor at tho rate of $3.3.11
per horso powor per month.
7 Tho powor supplied by tho Company shall
bo continuous us required during Ibe whole
twenty-four hours ol eaoh day.
8 If by reason cf any neeldent or any rniiuo
whatsoever ovor which the Company shall havo
no control, a stoppage in iho supp y of power
shnll al any time occur, the Corporation shall
bo allowed a robato from tho prloo in tho
ugreemont provided, proportionate to the uo-
iwil time of the mild stoppage.
0 The durat ion of tho ngroomont hereunder
shull bo f. r the period of one yea- from Iho
date tho Company shall common��� thodolivon
of power lo the Corporation, which date shall
not bo later than December Is', 1001.
10. In the event of any dispute or difference
art Ing between Iho Company and the Corporation In regard to tho construction to be pin red
on thin by-law or the contract to bo execu oil
embodying Iho provisions lioreof, or the ad-
Sffita. thereof, or any details of business
between the Corp. ration und Uro Company   n
BRUSHES
Hair Brushes
Nail Brushes
Tooth Brushes
Clothes Brushes
We are showing a
splendid new lot at
Very Low Prices.
Hair Brushes 50c. to $3.50-
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
H. & M. BIRD
BROKEN HILL BLOCK,
FOR SALE.
$2250���Six roomed house on Victoria
Btreet, close to the city hall all
improvements. Cash $1050, balance easy terins.
$500���Three roomed furnished honse
and 50-foot lot on Hoover   street.
SllOo���Two story house and corner lot
close to depot. Cash $500, balance easy terins.
THE   MINER'S
WANT   PAGE.
FOR SALE OR RENT
FOR RENT.
815.00���Fonr roomed   cottage on Ward
street.
$18.00���Sis room house on Rohson St.,
close to Stanley street.
10,000   Ruvston   Oold    Mining   Co.
shares for sale at 5 cents.
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS and COPYRIGHTS
obtained in all oouutries
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered   Patent   Attorney,   Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman.    Bank of B. N A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B    C.
Write for full particulars.
If there is anything you requiro.ask
for it   in    h* ���nlumn  of the Mirier.
THE LATEST INVENTION
IN HOT BLAST HEATING STOVES-
You can put in your coal and then light the fire
from the top. It has a large ash pan so the ashes
can be removed without trouble. It has a draw
grate so the clinkers will go down in the ash pan.
Ask for the
Ox Air Blast
ITLACHLAN BROS.
THE N0RTHWESTEEN DEVELOPMENT
SYNDICATE, Ltd.
incorporated under the laws of British Columbia.
Capital *1,000,000 In 1,000.000 Shares. Par Value S1.00 Each.
All Treasury Stock.   No Promote���1 ana So Preferred Block.
Advertisements Inserted under this head al
the rate of one cent a word per Insertion. No
odvortlsoment taken for loss than 25 cents.
Situation Wanted advertisements insorted
threo linioH tree of chance.
FOR KENT.���On Josephine street,
between Silica nnd I'nrlionate street
an eleven roomed liuuso excellently
adnpted for a private hoarding house.
Contains all conveniences. Thoroughly
renovated recently.    Beer HroB.
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
NELSON, B. C.
FUKN1TUKE ic UNDERTAKING
HOUSE   to rent    on  Vernon     street.
Apply Captain T. .1. Duncan.
FURNISEI)        BOOHS,- Apply       on
Silica,     secood   door   west      Wind
street. ���-
ROOMS and HOARD.���Every convenience;   south cast   corner of   Carbonate and Josephine street.
ROOMS,TO RENT.-K. W. C. Bloek-
Two rooms en suite on Ward st.,
also rooms facing the west. On September 1, two sickle rooms and two
or throe en Eb.tB facing Baker st.
Furnished! or unfurnished. Mrs. V.
J. Squ.re, Room II,  K.    VV. C. Block.
WANTED
WANTED ���At Ouce unfurnished rooir.
P.O.BOX (174. ���
WANTED���A     position     as     housekeeper for family or   mess,    or   any
place   ol    trust   by    an     experienced
woman.    Apply C,  Miner llllice.
EMl'LOYMENl'.-All   kinds   of   help
wanted���Orders     for   help    receive
prompt attention,   R. Hardy, Employment agent.     Phone  44.    iJ   O.   Box,
582.
WANTED.���By n woman woik of any
hind.      Would   pefer   looking   after
oflices.    Enquire at Nelson Cafe.
WANTED���Hy young   English   lady,
certificated,    position   as governess.
II. It. II., Y. W. U. A., Vancouver.
WANTED���A   pood tinsmith apply to
O. F. Comer & Co. Calgary Alta.
MEN WANTED-On     Crow's      Nest
Southern   Ry.     Hood   wages,   long
job   Headquarters, Elko,    II.   C.     A.
Outhrie & Co.
NELSON Employment Agency, linker
street.    Phone 'J78.   J. II. Love.
Wanted.���Railroad   men for Lardo.
Rridgomcn        Tie     cutters.       Wood
Choppers.        Laundress        Uirl    for
Housework.
MISCELLANEOUS
PROPERTIES :
Cambourne Group. 9 Claims Oyster Oroup, 6 Claims
Located in the Free Gold Fish River Camp,   Lardeau Mining Division, British Columbia.
Free flilling Gold Ore
Large Veins.
poratlon and
locislon upon the
King's Birthday Rates.
On November 8th. and Oth all
c P. H. agents will sell return
tickets in local territory at fare
and one third, good to return till
November 11th.
shall select a third, and anvil��� -.
uoliitoriiiiliil*arriiod at by Iho malorjty of
sue:1, arbitrators shall bo llnal and blnilliiK: lion biv Ii tho Corporation and company. *>E|��
britralion otherwise -hall he (ravel nod by the
revisions of I Im Arbitration Act, being I P-
tot II of tbo Itovlscil Slatutcs of UrllNl U.Ii in-
bio. an . any amendment thoroU now or here-
ftf|lrT'o.,tract embodying "'O provisions
hcroof and covenants iinthe pat of h��i�� ��j
puny W conform to and .fiilnl all '""crs a.
provisions horoby nnulrod of I , BhaUOT
Sruwn and shall bo oxooutml by tho Corpora-
Sot* nd tbo Company within onjmDnth MUW
tho date on whioh this bylaw "hall take eh .1,
12.   It la understood that nothing In Ipnpr
mto or dispose of electric
FIRST ALLOTMENT
200.000 SHARES NOW OFFERED AT 50 GENTS  PER  SHARE
In view of the splendid showings of both high and low
e-rade ore and the unrivalled facilities for the economical
developing and working of the properties, it is confidently expected that, not only will the present issue of stock be sold
quickly, but th=it no more will be offered at less than par.
Address all inquiries for information, or applications for
stock to
r S. M. BRYDGES,
Official Broker,
P. O. Box 556, Nelson. B. C.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OF
FitKK Mining <:oiii Properties We am
anxiftUH in meow* few TreetetflUnggolU
urupertlf.H ut once. The I'roHftievlor'* r.\-
changc, Nulnon, B. <', Room 4, lk.-W.*C,
Mock,
DJ. HOHKKTriOiN & CO.-Ncxt door lo
���   Miotic* Post Otltcu HuililiriK, Vurtiou
si., neleoa.   hay 'piumi art, Ni^in, 'iinone "Jut.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATBRtf
NKL90N   800A    WATHit    KACTOHY-
N.   M. CiniiiuiiiH,   U'rtMi.)    Kvt;ry   known
Variety of gaffe drink*.   P u itox _6. Tuluphun
Nu. Ul. Hoovor diroul, NolHon.   UotMcix ol  Lite
ftiiuouH rii. Ijoou Hot SuriiiKH Miuoral Wider
ARCHITECTS
C1ANK Be MACDONALD (11. Cano, Jamu
J A. Miuxloimid)���ArciuLoolH uud nuporiu
londonu*, Drokou Hill Ulook, oornor liHkor and
Ward SLrooiu, fteLwMl
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD 8c Co.-Corner Fron
��� aod Hall SlrootH���Wholesale grocer
nnd jouburri in blankuU, kIovus, miiu, buoU
rubbers, mackinawrt and minora' Kuudrion.
FRESU AND SALT MEATS
l> BUHNt} &, Co.-liakor Siroot, Nelnon-
X ��� Wholoualtt doaloru in frouh a d uurod
uioaui.   Culii SmraKO.
WKdT   KOOTENAY   BUTOHBR   OO.-
li.it,-m- titroot, NoIhou��� VVbolotiaio dua
ottt iu frotdi and ourod inoau.
HARDWARE & MIN1NU   SUl'PLIKts
J. AWKKNCK HAKDWAUK CO - Bake
J HLrool, NoIhoii ��� Whoinnalo dsalaiH lo
hardware, minei-tV HupplieH, Huoniug uoodd
oto,
M'LACHLAN  BROS. {HuccoaKorH to Vau
eon vor Hardware Co. Ltd.) Maker Street.
NelHou���WholuHule  dealer* in  bard ware und
niiiiiuK Huuplieti, plunibera' and tiuMinithH1 t,uu
plioa.
VTKLSON  HARDWARH CO.��� WHoleaale
Xr{    (iHint.H, oil:, aud RIubh; uioctianicH' tool*
Agents (oi Oiittirio lJowdur WorkK; lyoaniiLe
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
fpURNKHi BBtATON &Oo.-Comor Vernon
JL and JoM>|ihinn Slreuis, Nnl-on V\'ik!u
���.all! dealerH In liquorn, Oigaru, and dry ji(K��in,
Ayent.H (or Pabrit llruwiuu Co. of Milwaukee
and Califary Drewing Co of CalKaiy.
H
UUSON'S BAV Co.~Wlioloiuilo KruccnoH
uud liquor* etc., Uukor rluo  NoIhou.
LUM11KU
VT KLHON SAW AND l't,ANING MILl^-
X^i Ollino oorner Hall ami Krout UlrnuU
Nolrton���l.umbor, colliiiK. ftoorinit, and every
t.lif iik in wood for building unrponori. Uul out
pricuri.   Corroripoiidimcu Hollcllnd.
ORK SAC1CS AND TWINKS.
rp QAliLON * CO.���Dealer, in oro ��ack8
X ��� and twine*. Alwayx a large Mock ou
hand. Telupiionu2%. Uoom 41,1C.-VV.-U illoclc
��iOLlt Sll.iKit rorrfcii l.i:��i>   rliiii'H   nnil
l>riM|M'i'iH wanted.  Henil ruaort anil urn
pi. s lo lliv I'rotiM'rlor'H Kxclianne. Nelnon.
��.��'.   Konni4 K..W.I). block.
0. D. J. CHRISTIE
(Mines
duiiiilil;
7-room
eiicu, $88.
6-roorn
enues  SI
4 -room
Two lo
n-room
7 room
FOB RENT,
now occupied by R. M. Mae-
poBBHSsillll  Do.   1st.
house,     modern   oonveni-
bousc,    modern    oooveni-
3.50.
houae, water only, 811.
FOB SALE,
ts, Observatory st, 8450.
house, uarbonate st.   81.000
house, Carbonate st,    if:;, mi).
GALT COAL
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
hand.
Kates to all railway antl
lake points
W. P. TJERNEtf,
General Agent,
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors wesi
C.P.R. offices.
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial'^
Land Surveyor.
09 NELSON B C
E. J. SCOVIL
tllMNIl HKOkElt, HOTAKV
Windurmoro Mines.   OorrOHpondonoeSoltelt
WINDBBMKBK. B. O.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
fiffoJele0^^^^
ponitlou" wlufrevor ueTehftll refer to and
moan tho (lorpotat on o( tho ' itx of New 11.
aud the oxiir"Bslon "Tho Conipaiiy" whglvM
n"ed .Fall refer lo and mmn UlO Wert Kootonay Powor & LiKhl Company, Limited, it�� mio
^n__\StSnm tako oirect and bo In
foroo on and after tho 26th day of Novomoer.
The Power
The
��e Ladies' Aid Society of St.
Paul's Presbyterian Church report
that their recent bazaar and sale of
Wl1rk was very successful, the gross
receipts reaching; the sum of $230.
They desire to return  their hearty
Th'n by-law may bo cltod an '
BTionTan,l'iilod in Counoil amombled thw
day of
NOTICK
TAKK NOTICK that tho abovolna WCW
of thoimipoHoil by-law upon which tho voU. of
the Miiiiiilniility will bo taken on Tiicmlay 0
nllli ia" if November ln��(anl botwoon tho
ImiirM nr oliht o'olook A.M. nnd 4 o'clock P.M.,
fo "th iS fi Ward at tho Clly Police Court.on
1 101 nut Hide of Jowphlnc Hlroct and for tho
We t Wardattheollicc of Wa.d Brfltbereoj
the north Hide of Baker Itroot .b��l*'��;,^11ul",y
and Kootonay strooU lncl,^,,ji'Ay(.H AN
'���   ' Clork of tho Council.
NolBon.ll.a,  .���   ,���,
November .il n, 1301.
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.  C.   TRAVES.   Manage*.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklsok.
Oiders by m*il receive careful and prompt attention
OUR SPECIALTY
"GOOD CHEER"
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We lire showing thin  sermon �� full
line ot these goode nod solicit your
eiteemcd patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
Company.
A. R. HEYLAND,
P. L. S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
Mineral   '���>���"���� and mines suiveyed.
EFFECTIVE OCT. 13.
SU.VBR KINtt MIKE
Will pay the highi'st eirnh prion for all
kinds ol seaoud band Koods. Will bay
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oarperts,
-ooking utensils, bought In household
quantities. Also oast off olotbing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
flllver King Hike, Boa WO. Hall
Htront, NelHon, II. C.
OALL ON TUB
NELSON WINE CO.
and try a bottle, a dofon, or a barrol ot
CALGARY BEER oh It In tho bom and
cheapoHt on tho mnrkot. Aluo try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
PRANK  A. TAMBLYN. M.......
Telcohnni, M llak"!- HU. NelHOn
A NEW FEATURE
TOTJBIST
SLEEPING
CARS : : :
in addition  to usual  equipment   on
Crows' Nest Section-
Leave  Kootenay  Landing
Tuesday and Friday  for  St
Paul via Soo Line.
Friday only for Toronto,
Montreal and Boston and intermediate points on direct
route.
J. C. GWILLIM, B-, Bo-,
1MIN1N0 ENG1NEER-
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. B C.
For In-rths, l.inii-l nlili'n, rates and full
Information apply to.
H. L. Biuiwm,
Oity I'liMHiuigi-r Agout
You Hhould'nt send out of town for
cards for yourself or your husband
until you see what The Miner can do
for you.
J. H. Cahtrr,
Dia. Pass. Agt.
Nt Ison
E. J. OoYI.R
A. O. P, A.
Vancon^er
FOR   FINE  MILLINERY
��� 8EE ���
MRS.MLAUGHLINS MILLINERY
DISPLAY
West mock. East Baker St. letter     )
Files I
1
particular, the
marie? If so,
''Accountant,"
ihciex and covei
Kor a hetter 1
File made we r
non," with ind
letter size 00c.,
For Office Sui
know no better
THOSVIS
STATIC
NEL
Nelson Daily Miner Thurs jay. November 7,  tyoi
��� -.���VWVVWW
THE
I The family of
to Nelsou from
und will take n
At St. Paul's
Rev. Dr. Wnj
services both in
Jesse Grahnn
dunce ou Mill
Porter, and lef
Grand ForkB.
The Bt Bevfj
L., bishop   of
Kootenay, will
vices at Bt. Sav:
The snlijoct ol
in the Itaptist C
Drifting,   and
Times.        Stifct
invited.
Another lot ol
came down on
:>i. -t of them
Belds of M.mitt
intention of re
nays.
A company I
the   Nelaon   cot
Mountain    Rat
when a oup end
pvteil !. r by the
puny.
A meetiug of
of St.Mavionr's t
Mi nd v cvciiin
011s matters of j
tion with Hie c
will preside,
II. A. I'rossoi
I.on is, wheie In
restaurant Initio
store and busine
been pnrohated '
the oId Corioeil
James Anderac
Mo:.I.', of Ciostc
lienses for thei:
Friday, jestcrd
hotel outfits ol
JNelson turnitun
Men are still i
the Forty-Nine i
portions and
���bowed up as
Contractor MaLe
mined that Kefl
class driveway.
At Ponder Foi
is   tiling   done
have   taken    up
A. Walley, of E.
. week planted 3
eeetion on ned bj
other    ranchers
. busy with ihe fr
been arriving fri
week.
TAKE '.
��� OrFveuTlicmonl
When a studi
down from Inch
fa d there are on
either take him
him propery on f
the train and nc
Is Grape Nuts.
A boy    wrilus 1
Y.. naylng, ' A
into a had coml
hut Mother liavii
NnU Food begun
HtliBed my bn
other food, anil 1
vel iss. 1 got lies
My usual morn
peered, and fouiii
long     period    Wi
effects of it.
After [ had lit.
Food for al'inil l\
a new boy nltig.
been pale uud tl
round and has c
have gained gre
well H�� llesh an
to study now tha
wilh my head. I
aiiiinntions �� ith
percentage, extr
them, nnd it wa
t--iw<l me fiom
taring oollega.
rather   ami sfi
Improved by the
Food.     Mother
sleepless mglita,a
looked    ar.'worn.
ii��� rn.nl strength I
well eights."   _
Letter Do   yon   waut  a   good
Files Letter File, one that Is
honestly made in every
particular, the best cheap File ever
made? If so, -^e recommend our
"Accountant,'' with double arch,
ihriex and cover.    Price fiUc.
For a better File, in fact, the best
File made we recommend the "Shannon, " with index and cover. Price,
letter size 00c, Cap size $1.00.
For Otlice Sundries of all kinds we
know uo better place than the
THOMSON
STATIONERYCO.LU
NELSON. B.C.
��iVwvw��w��Vvvvi*VMWvt;
THE CITY
tNWWWWtHAAAtfiHMGAAAAA*
The Kootenay Wire Works this
week shipped goods to Creston,
Krie, Enterprise and Cranbtook.
The compressor for the Poorman-
Granite rr.ine, which arrived on
Monday, is rapidly being put in
position.
A carload of hay and a quantity
of other supplies were taken to the
Molly Gibson Landing by the Nelson yesterday.
The last trans-Atlantic passenger
steamer to go by the St. Lawrence
route is announced to leave Monti eal
on November 22nd,
Civil service examinations will be
held in Nelson on November 12th,
The number of candidates to write
is not yet announced.
The "Rev." should have been
omitted in yesterday's report of the
Orangeman's banquet before the
name of W. \V. Bradley.
The tug Surprise yesterday
brought in a barge ol lumber from
Pilot Bay and the Hercules a barge
of limestone from Kaslo.
Wilson & Harshaw received a
shipment of horses from Spokane
yesterday, to be used in connection
with their business in Nelson.
II. Jt F. Bird yesterday closed
the sale of the residence of B.
1 lodge on Mill street to F. S.
Clements, the consideration being
(3OCO.
The Kaslo yesterday brought in
three carloads of ore from the
Whitewater, one car of Last
Chance and one car of American
Boy, all for the smelter at Trail.
J. LaPointe, contractor, and his
family are moving to Marysville in
East Kootenay this week, Mr.
LaPointe having taken a position
with the new company formed to
manufacture bricks there.
Yesterday while T. Powell, a
bricklayer, was working on a scaffolding on the new High School
building, a man working above him
on the chimney dropped a brick.
The missile struck Powell on the
head, laying open the scalp for four
inches. Fortunately he was not
rendered unconscious. Dr. Rose
stitched up the wound.
PARALYSIS AND COFFEE
Symptoms Disappear When Dreg Is
Abandoned.
"Tea and coffee were forbidden
by my physician for I had symptoms
of paralysis and it was plain that
the coffee was Ihe cause of the
trouble. 1 began using Postum
Food Coffee and am now a steady
advertisement for Postum, The old
symptoms of paralysis disappeared
in a very brief time after I began
Ihe use of Postum and quit the use
of coffee. Do not use my name
publicly, if you please."������Morrow,
O, The above name can be given
by the. Postum Cereal Co,, Ltd.,
Battle Creek, Michigan.
Coffee is such a direct poison to
Ihe nerve centers of many highly
organised people that  it produces
nil sorts of disorders, from ftomach
and bowel troubles, pa'pitation of
the heart, kidney troubles, etc.,etc.,
up to more intricate nervous diseases, such as paralysis. The way
to keep well is to leave off coffee or
any nerve destroyer of that sort, and
use Postum Food Coffee, \< hich is a
direct rcbuildcr of the n��rve centres.
Sure and well defined improvement
in health will follow this course, as
can be proven bv any person who
will make the trial.
Another infraction of the health
bylaw relating to the carrying of
swill by Chinamen will come up at
the police court this morning.
The provincial examinations for
assayers is to be held in Victoria on
Friday, November 8th. There will
be no candidates from Nelson.
A force of men is excavating and
widening the railway   right  of way
grade west of Hall street   in   readi-1
ness for putting in the new siding.
Nothing has  been   arranged  yet.
as to a new rector for St. Saviour's
church, the   bishop   of the  diocese
holding the services  until   arrangements shall have been made.
The Epworth League of the
Methodist church met on Tuesday
evening at the residence of J. W.
Holmes and presented Miss Scoflin
with a handsome tea set as a token
of remembrance in connection with
her marriage.
H. F. Gillis, agent of the Birk-
beck Investment Co. in the west,
left yesterdav for Vancouver where
he will remain during the winter.
Mr. Gillis has spent several months
in the interior of British Columbia
and the Northwest territories in the
interests of his company.
The ticket and arrangement committee ot the St. Andrew's Society
met last night and settled all the
details for the Banquet and arranged
the toast list. The banquet will be
held in the Phair hotel on the evening of Friday, November 39th, and
the price of the tickets will be $5,
A meeting of the assayers of the
province has been called to be held
in the Phair hotel, Nelson, on the
evening of Friday, November Sth.
The proposal is to organize a provincial association to look after
interests affecting the profession.
Cuthbert Welch, of Trail has been
the prime mover in bringing about
the meeting.
Chief T. W. Lillie, of the Fire
Brigade, was unable to find a horse
at Rossland that suited him for fire
purposes, any he was offered being
too light. A shipment was brought
in yesterday from Spokane but none
of these was found to fill the bill.
There was one that had many of the
neccessary qualifications but it also
was too light.
Arrangements are about completed for the big smoker of the
Boat Club which is to he held on
Saturday night next. A long and
attractive programme has been prepared and the affair promises to be
one of the best things of its kind
ever held in the city, What the
members of the boat club undertake
is invariably done well, and it looks
is though their smoker on Saturday
night is to be no exception to the
rule.
Spokane; Charles Pfolliett, Spokane; Rev E S Rowe, Master
Rowe, Victoria; D W Hare, Trail;
George E Fish, Portland, Or.; J
Fyfe, Montreal; W N Bray ton;
Kaslo; F M Black, Vancouver; H
A Ensign, New York city; R Mee,
Vaucouver.
Lying orr Mltyiene.
Paris, Nov. 6.���A despatch from
Admiral Caillard received here
tonight but dated this morning announces that his squadron is still
lying before the island of Mitylene.
No landing has yet been effected. A
heavy sea is running.
PERSONAL
James Davidson, of the Waverley
hotel, is on a trip to Elko.
D. C. Johnson, of the Everett
smelter, is at the Phair.
Harry McBeath, of the postoffice
staff is spending a month's vacation
shooting at Elko.
Henry Roy nrrived in town yesterday from tin- Silver Hill aud
left for Rossland.
G. W.MoAnn, barrister of Kaslo,
was among the guests at the
Hume yesterday.
W. H. Aliliidgp, manager of
the Trail smelter, passed through
Nelson yesterday from the East
yesterday en route for home.
Charles Pfolliett, who has a contract on the British Columbia
Southern railway, was at the
Hume yesterday and left at 5 this
morning fur F.nst Kootenay.     tr
at Tin: HOTELS.
Queen's Hotel ��� I) M I^eon Moose-
j:iw; Mrs   L   Gomtn,   Miss   Mary
Gomm, Savannah, Ga,
Tremont James Flynn, Butte:
C _ Perkins, Yinir; J M limes,
Phoenix; .1 Stanton, Guernsey.
Phair���W 1! Blakemore, Montreal; W H Kelson, II L Kelson,
Montreal; 1> 0 Johnson, Everett,
Wash.
Grand Central��� Frank Boranson
and wife, Mrs Strong ami family,
Mrs Stuart and family, Calgary;
L II Brown and wife, Moyie.
Hume���A F. Forde, Winnipeg;
(J W McAnn, Knslu; J F Sullivan,
1.ml"; George Williams, New
Denver; Henry Jacob*, Montreal:
C A Reed, Toronto; J M Schwartz,
Accept Canadian Cavalry.
London," Nov. 6.���The British
War Office, it is understood, will
accept Canada's offer of a strong
cavalry contingent for service in
South Arrica.
A Raging. Roaring Flood,
Washed down a telegraph line
which Chas. C. Ellis, of Lisbon,
la., had to repair. "Standing waist
deep in icy water," he writes, gave
me a terrible cold and cough. It
grew w orse daily. Finally the best
doctors in Oakland, Neb., Sioux
City and Omaha, said 1 had Consumption and could not live. Then
I began using Dr. King's New Discovery and was wholly cured by six
bottles." Positively guaranteed for
Coughs. Colds, and all Throat and
Lung diseases Hy Canada Drug &
Book Co.     Price 50c.
L. S. Otis, piano tuner, having re-
tuned from a vacation trip is again
ready ior business.
Arrival and Closing or Malls.
Close    Arrive,
5.20 p, m.
{United States and   )
Eastern   Canada via 1
S.  K. 4 N. I
j Crow's Nest points >
12.00 p m. { and  Eastern       [   1.00 p.m.
1. Canada.        ��� J
( Revetstoko    and   \
(1.00 p.m.     Main Lino C. P. R. } 10.3Cp. in.
1 west and cost      J
9.30 n. 111. Kos Und           ���    5.20 p. in
11.00 p. 111. Rossland               10.30 p. in.
7.30 n. m, Boundary Pointu   ���   10.30 p. ni.
11.301\. 111. 81o.mii Lake Points '    3.30 p ni,
( Knslo, Pilot Bay and ^
1.50 p. in. i Kootenay Lake     J 11.00 a. ni.
I l>olnts          ��� j
iionm   /    Balfour Tuesday,    1 ��� _
1.50 p.m. (niursilay,   Saturday/ "�����> "-m.
���   Except Sunday.
CALEDONIAN
LIQUEUR
IN THISTLE SHAPED BOTTLES
��� IS  THE ���
Leading Scotch  Whisky
ASK FOR IT.
R. P- Rithet & Co-, Limited
VICTORIA, B. 0,
A- B-  GRAY RcprSenU&v
P. O. Box 621       ���      Nelwn
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
VARUS   AT   NKLSON   AND   ROSSLAND
MILL AT PORTO RICO SIDING,
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Plie Lumber Always is
Stock.
Wo carry a complete slock of Coast Flooring
Ceiling, Iii-.ul,- Finish, Turned Work, Basil and
Door*. Special order work will receive prompt
attention*   Moll order* solicited.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
UrilTBD.
Head I'llli'i--   llrnilr, \ and Vernon  "I.. Nelwi
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
laundry btuinaaa of Wah Kee has
beeu boIiI to Mar Yick. All ac
counts due Wah Kee are to be
paid to him only.
NEWLING- & CO.
AUCTIONEERS.
VALUERS. ETC.
Kootenay Street, Next Oddlellows' Hall
P. O. Box 633.
HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA
Tiki in \ny linn-., thaorlftll of a headache is
llli-M-nli-lllnttil, and one tHVltH .1.1- in.' till' Hlolll-
mil for It. whin an anpliintUiu of llriilllli-
Mflithnl I In ment would draw out III,- pun
anil give Immediate relief. It will cure any
headache no mailer linw -were.
for halo by J. )'. Vaiwtuuc   N, !��*,. (i. (.;.
4,*** **********************
H. H. PUYFOED j
& CO.        !
t       MADDEN    BLOCK
\  Cigars .-
Tobacco
t Phone 117
*-*+**+**���+*-********���** ***
N. E. T. CO.
NOVEMBER GAR SERVIEE
Forty minute service until 11 a. m.
and after 7.40 p. m., 20 minutes between.    Leaving at
BokuMow* Staalcy HI.
7,00 a  m. 6.45 a. m.
740 7-2��
8,20 8.00
9.00 8.40
9.40 9.20
10.20 10.00
11.00 10.40
11.00
Twenty minutes until 7.40 p. m.   at
the hour, 20 past and  20 to
Bngaalawr Slanlrysi
7.40 p   m 8.00 p. m
8.20 8.40
9.00 9.20
9.40 10,00
10.40 10 20
last rar. lasr car
The 10 p. m. enr from Stanley street
meets the 1(1.10 p. m. train nt the depot,
goes up Stanley street and then to Bo
gustowu.
Good lots fur sale in Addition "A"
close to Tramlines. Fur all information apply at the Company's office,
Vtrnon street.
A. V. MASON.
Managing Secretary
LUipber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand ot
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings. Sash Doors.
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
andLARLO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON
J. A. SAYWARD.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Montreal
Allan lino Tunisian Nov
Allan Line (-'oriuihinn Nov. 18
Beaver Una Lake Simeoe Nov. 8
Beaver Line Lake Manitoba Nov. 16
From Portland, Mo.
Dominion  Lino   Vancouver Nov. Ifl
Domiiion Lino Dominion Nov.23
From New York
Cunard Lino   t'mbria Nov.  9
llunard Lino Lucunia Nov. Hi
White Star Lino Majestto Nov,  (i
WhlteSUr LlnuOeuanlo  ..Nov. 13
American Line Philadelphia Nov. 18
American Lino S'u.   Waul Nov. 20
N. O. L, Kaifter WUhelm der Grouse No,.. HI
HamburK-Ami-rlcan FuwL Hfsmaick.. .Nov. _
French Lino Ia Uascogue. Nov,  7
Fiom Benton
Cunard Line Uitonia Nov.  1(1
Dominion Lino Oommonwealth Nov. 27
W.P. F.CUMMINGS,
Gen. Agent, Wlnnlp'ir, Man
J. a CARTKK, D. P. A.. Nelson
Kootenay Railway and Nav
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KA8IX) ft Hl/X'AN' RAILWAY
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TRAD OO Ltd
Shortcut nnd quirkiM routo to the orml and all
iHiiiit-i on ,Im O. it. �� N. nnil Northorn l'.i
clfto Railway* In Wa btua-vou, iiroKon and
Southern StaU'K. ^.
Time Card Fffectlve August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan By-
3-JOa. ��n. Lv.
J0A5p.ni. Ar.
!K;i,li)
Uandon
Ar. 4:00 p. m
Lv. 1:12 p, in
Int Nav- & Trading Co-
M.MON    Ii txll. BOIITK.
5:S0p.m. Lv. Nol��on Ar. 11:00 a. m,
��;10 p. m. Ar. Knslo Lv. IM a. tu.
Connecting at Kivt- Mile Point with Nelnon
4 Kort "ln-ipuiird lUihsay both lo and from
Ro-umnil, ut*:       	
Ticket* Hold to all nnrti in United State, and
i 'nimd i via Ureal Northern anil O. R. ��t N.
in.- lin. .
Ocean Htoainxlilp t'cltot* and rate* via all
lino* will be furnished on application.
r ur furl her particular* call un or addro.*
ROBERT IRVINli
Uannonr. Kaaln.B, (���
O. K T u k Miruv Agent. Nelaon R. (1.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head ofkiob toronto,   ont.
Money to low on Straight Mortgage
Apply to U. I.. UCNNOX B��kK ti:
Nelaon.
Wrapper Bargains
To make the different lines complete as to sizes we have made two
lots:
LOT I���Ladies Plannellette Wrappers, in light and dark Fanoy Patterns, fast colore, made with yoke,
pleated haok, full Bkirt, Fitted waist
lining, sizes 82, 84, SB, 38, 40, 42.
Regular 81.60, and $1.75 yonr choice
each     1.00
LOT 2��� Ladies' House Gown made
of light and dark fanoy Wrapporette,
fast colors, heavy weight, made with
yoke, pleMed back, fnll skirt with
flounce, fitted waist lining, Neatly
trimmed with Ruffles, Lace and Ribbon. Tbe |8.5o and H4.00 lines at one
price each    ...  3.00
Blouse Specials
French Flannel and  Satin  El0use,
broken as to bize, but all must R0
LOT 1-2 dozen Frenoh P|nnnel
Blouses id Navy, Sky, pink| R
Green, Plain Colors or Polka Dot8
and Fanoy Patterns, made vrith
pleated banks, full front and Biahon
sleeves, with strap erfem* Rogn|���
""(10 and S3.76, to go at    9 ��n
LOT 2���Blaok Blouses Made of
Mercerized Sateen in plaiu nr twill
having tnnked back, full frout, and
Belle Sleeve, Lined throughout. lifcn,
lai ��2.oo to go at |���5
KERR & CO.
W��rd & Baker Sts.
Nelson, B. C.
THE DOMINION WIRE ROPE CO., Ltd,
MONTREAL
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tarmways and Underground Haulag'l
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E- CROASDAILE Agent Nelson-
XLbe IRoyal Bank of Canafca"
Capital   Authorized.
Incorporated 1869.
.     #.1,000,0041.00 I   Cripltttl   raid-up,      ,     ,     ,       ��V,000,0410.00
!'.;������.(, ��� ���      ���        ���      ���       ���    *l,7iM>.iiiin ihi
Knaril or Directors     rhomati SL Konny,   Prtvsidoub;   Thomas Ritchie, Vice President
Wiley HmiLh   11. G. Bauld, Hon. David MttoKeen.
Head onirr, llallfuxt
General Manager, BdbOD U PoaOOi Montreal.
Superintendent of Branches, and Secretary, w. B. Torrance, Halifax,
Broaches 1
4luebce���Montreal   (City    Offtco),   Moutrea
West Bad  (Cor. Notre   Dame and SoIk-
Ns-va   Beetla - Halifax    Branch,   A ni t ,;<in i~t
Bridgewater.Guyriboro. Londonderry, j,u
enburg. Maitluud (HantrtCo.), I'iciou. Port
Hawkenbury, Sydney. Shubenacadle.Trnro,
Weymouth.
New    Brunswick ��� Bathnret,     Dorchester,
Fredoricton, Kingston (Kent Co.I, Mono
ton, Newcastle, Sackville, S(, John.WoodKtock-
F. K. Island --Chariotlet-own, SuminorHide.
naora Btraotni Westmount (Cor. Qraent
Avenue and St. Catharines  Street.
Ontario���Ottawa.
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cuba, West Indies���Havana.
United Ktatcs���New York (16 HixohanRA Place
Hepuhllc, Wash.
BEANO   ' 8 IN BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vauconver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria
_ -      t    .��� .     "��IT��ipomI��BHl
C������4��-Moroh��ntii Bunk of Caniutn.   Bo.i.in-Nmioiml Shawinut. Bnnk.   ��:iil��if(i-lllliiolii
lruHlai'dSavlngn Hank.   Una Fr.Brisrii-Firsi NaUonal Bank,   Lonilnn,  BUf.-Bank ol
dcotland.   ParU, Fryiire���Credit LyonimlH.   Brrmiiila-llankot Rermnda,   riiimi uinlJ.|.
��a�����HOrig Kong and Bhanglial amklnn Corporation.    ��pokail<---Olil Nallonul lUnk.
Oeoeial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   (tough
and Sold, Latter* of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.    Intnrest allowed on special
deposits apd on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
LODGE MEETINGS.
A
NKl.SON LOIIOK    No. 83, A. K. ft
M. niooU second Wednesday III
month.   Visiting brothern wclcomo
1. O. O. F. KooMinaj' I��Iko
No. Ill, meet* evory Monday nl��lit,
at  thoii  Hall,  Kootenay "trout
Snloiiniiiitr Odd Fellows oordlally Invltfld.
John A. HcKac.N.G.   I). \V. Kuthcrioril, V.G
Krcd J. Squlro, Per. Sec.
NONE BETTER.
Nelson Koyal Arch Chapter No. 1S3, Q. It. t'.
Meets third Wednesday. .-Qjourniiig comiuin
ions Invited Ueorgo Johnstone, /. K.W.
Matthews, y. E.
NKWON liOUOK  No.25. K. of V.
.nieols In K. of I', hall, Oddfollows block
BvcryTuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
'All visiting knlghU cordially Invito
Wm. Ihvini, C.C.
A. T. PiiitK, K. of It. and a
80LID VE8TIBULED TRAINS.
���,T,������_,_.������ .  I nnd lib Friday of oaoh month, ill Odd renown
PALACE DINING AND OBSERVATION   Hull, comer   Hukor and   Kootenay  ���treots,
���...     ���P.r���    ,   ���."   ��� I Nelson.   A.M. Clement*. C. 1\; 1). McArlhtu
0AB8;���HEALS a aOARTS. R- �����   Visiting brothers always weleoi"".
Nelson Knca pmont No. 7. Mools ever}' 2inl
and lib Friday of each month, in Odd Follow
"-"   ���    ...i.��� -_j   ..._...  itreota,
Close connection Gnat and Wont-
bound at Spokane with trains of the
8pokane FbIIb and Northern Railway,
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East st 9:15 �� m
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:15 &.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 800 p m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver
Portland, Ban PranciBco, and all points
on the Hound,
During the season of navigation East
hound trains connect at Diiluth wilh
the magnificent steamships North WrbI
and North Land of theNortheru Steam-
ship Oompany Line, operated in eon-
ncctioD witb the Great Northern Bail-
way.
For further information, aps, folders, etc. apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls A Northern Uy., gaslo * Slocan
Hy , Kootei ai Railway * Navigation
Co , or to
H. BRANDT.
City Pass, and Tkt   Agt, W 7ol   \V
Kiverside Ave , Spokano. Wa��h.
G. K. TAOJiABURY. Local Agent,
Nelson. Ii Q
REISTERER ITcQ
Brewers ot Fine Lnger
Beer and Poiter.
DROP IN AND SEE UB)
������Una   p. O
NK1.SON L. O. Ii, No. 1(191 meets in fm-
ternily Hall on first and third Friday oven ng��
of eaoh month at 8 o'clock. Visiting member
cordially invited. W. W. Bradley, W, h.
A.MInty, K.&. .
NKliiON AKK1K No. S2, F. ('. K., nmols
every sooond and fonrLh Wednnsdayrt Of eftOD
month. Visiting members cordially 1"���
Charles Prosser. HerirfltarT.
Kooloimy Tent No. 7, K. O. T. M��� hold their
regular meetings in Fraternity Hall. I.O; "��� v
I block, on the la', and 3rd Thursday, of ojon
ii.onth. VisilUK brothron eonllnlly Invlliilio
attend, (1. A.llrown, tl. K.; A. P. l'ordy.tom.
K, J.riUHil.D. a.0,
NHUBON'U   JL'KKN    NO.   JjJ
80N8   OF    KNOhAND.   meets
It W   1st andSnlWodnosdayevciiliij!*���
c a ni onoh month at FiaUrnlty Hall,
p-U-C(H corner of llakor and koolensy
�� *   Btroots.   VlalUng brothern cord-
tails Invited ���      , ���
KiiWAHD Maci.kou. Socrowrv.
COUItT KOOTENAY. I. O. F.. No. .11*.
Moollngs Ith Thumlayof month. Kraleriial
hall. J A Irving C K.   P. 'I. KlomlnK. H-H
Nelson Court 8t��r ot   Kootenay, A. 0. 1.
Meets  2nd  and    4th    Wednesdays In every
munili.  Vlslihig brothron weloonie. W.mao-
Millar C.lt     Poimrt McLeod See.
West Transfer Co.
N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER
Goal m Wood
Best  Fir  and  Tamarac  Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Offloe on  Bakar Street Tel
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