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Daily Edition No.  1267
Nelson,   British [Columbia, Saturday,   February 15, 1902
Eleventh  Year
DOES IT SHOW
FLUNKEYISM ?
Mr. Wheeler Thinks Americans too Effusive Over
the Prince.
Grosvenor Insists on Courtesy to Representative
Visitors.
Washington, Feb. 14.���The monotony of a private pension bill in the
house today was enlivened by a very
sensational speech by Mr. Wheeler, of
Kentucky, in denunciation of what he
denominated "flunkeyism" to foreign
countries. He took the rooent statements emanating from continental
cabinets regarding the attitude of
Great Ilritain during thc Spanish war
as a text for a wholesale attack upon
the trend of America's recent diplomacy. Ho severely scored Secretary
llay and doclared that if Lord Pauncefote had sought, as alleged, to circumvent us during the war of 1898, the
sooner he was shipped across tho seas,
the better. He also criticized the pres
ident for his reported intention to
send his daughter to the coronation of
King Edward and protested against
the official reception ot Prince Henry.
Thero was a sequel to Mr. Wheeler's
speech later in the day when Mr.
Grovenor scoured the floor and replied at length to what the Kentuok-
ian had said. As to Mr. Wheeler's
denial of a statement regarding the
visit of the Prince of Wales in 1860,
Mr. Grosveror declared that he could
personally bear witness to the truth
of bis assertion, for he himself had
seen the prince when he first sot foot
on Amoncan soil. At Niagara, as a
young man, be had listened to the
prince's speech, he said, with great
interest. He      denominated    Mr.
Wheeler's remark about the forthcoming visit of Priace Henry as a "bitter
attack upon the President of the
United States, thu house, and the
Senate, and iuoidentially upon all
with whom the prince would come iu
contact."
As to Lafayette's visit, lie insisted
that the marquis bore a royal commission, and in that connection he
said be did not care to commit himself unreservedly to the fnondship of
France, whioh country was fighting
her enemies on American soil, and attempted to get into a fight with the
United States before George Washington diod. Just at the time when the
American people were to be put to the
test as to whether they were gentlemen, he said, it was most unfortunate
that this protest should come against
the reception of Prince Henry. The
speech of the gentleman from Kentucky would be exploited in Europe
tomorrow, on the eve of the prince's
departure, as the message ot American
people to the guest.
Mr. Wheeler interposed at this point
to say that he should gladly welcome
auy gentleman from abroad ; what he
objected to, was tbe official color to
be given to the visit. Then aa Mr.
Grosvenor proceeded to read what he
said criticizing the president fur making a new precedent in connection with
the coronation of King Edward, Mr.
Wheeler interrupted to say that whilo
lie hail no desire to bring the matter
into the discussion, what be bad deplored was the report th��Jk the president Intended to send a member of
his family to the coronation.
"Oh, if it is simply a matter of a
young girl going tn the coronation of a
:-'i'ntlemon and lady," observed Mr.
UroBvenor, ''1 will not pursue it."
Continuing, Mr. Grosvenor asserted
that within his personal knowledge
he would say that in sending a deputation to the coronation of Kiog
lid ward, the present occupant of the
White House had simply oarried ont
the plans of the deceased president,
who had already selected the nead of
the commission. If the constituents
ol thu gentleman from Kentucky were
polled, he did not think that five per
cent, would condemn the president.
"So   far  as   the young lady is concerned," he   added,   "I   can tell  the
pentleman one thing,   she would  give
great   deal   of trouble if  she
term "little Dutchman" which Mr.
Wheeltr had applied to Prince Henry,
and his remarks about his indifference
to the good will of tho (lerman people.
Mr. Grosvenor commented upon his
language, saying that while the gentleman might be indifferent now as to
! lho good will of the Germans, it would
be different in tho fall, 'when persimmons were ripe.1 "
Mr. GrDsvenor described at some
length, the visit of the Prince of Wales
in 1860, his tour of the country, and
the honors showered upon him by
President liiichanan, who be said,
rushed out of tbe White House and
met him with extended arms as if ho
had been "traditional prodigal son."
As to the visit of Prince Henry, he
was a brother of tbe German Emperor.
He was nut a Dutchman, but an
European, a German, he was an admiral of the German navy, the same
who had been sent to Manlia to protect German interests, and when oue
of his ships got in the way, Dewey
had intormed him that if the ship did
not get out of the way in short order
there would be trouble. "Then he took
it away like a gentleman," remarked
Mr. Grosvenor,smid laughter,
G3ULD ESTATE MUST PAY.
ONLY IRON MINES
COST LESS TO WORK
Judge's Order Granted For Settlement
of Debts of Anna Gould.
New York, Feb. 14,���Judge La-
combe, in the United States circuit
court, today handed down an order in
the suit of Eugene Fish, of Paris,
France, against Anna Gould, Countess
Castellane, and George J., Howard,
Edwin, and Helen Gould, as executors
and trustees ef the late Jay Gould.
The judge's order recited that certain
judgments had been obtained in Paris
against the countess and ordered the
trustees to pay over to the parties
mentioned in the orders of the creditors, certain money that they held as
income of tbe Countess de Castellane.
The payments are to be made in
monthly installments. The oreditorB
are: Charles Manheim and Co., of
Paris, $27,451 ; Vincent and Co. of
Paris, (2,156', Kedmond and Co., o'
Paris, $5,437. Tho tax oSce of the
French republic is to bo paid 816,440
for duties Oue on the judgment obtained In the French court.
Mm
should get into a debate with him as
to the propriety of her going."
I Applause).
Mr.   Grosvenor   then   took   up   Mr.
"heeler's speech,   reading from It the
CRANEMAN LOST HIS HEAD.
Railway Train Buns Into a Steam
Crane and Engine Wrecked.
Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 14.-This
afternoon while a heavy steam crane
was at work engaged in cleaning up
the wreckage of a former accident, tbe
Buffalo local appeared on the main
line, and Michael Murphy, of this
city, the engineer of Ihe crane becoming confused, swung the crane over
the main track, ditching the liuffalo
local. Murphy was buried unaer the
wreckage and suffered a compound
fracture of the right arm, His skull
was fractured and his head ' crushed.
He will die. The engine of the
Buffalo local was completely wrecked,
and fireman Frank Farmenter, of
Buffalo, receive a bad shaking up,
and it is said he is in a serious
condition.
SHOT HIS HOUSEKEEPER.
Ohester, Pa., Feb. 14.���Robert.
Kilpatrick, a widower, aged 54 years,
today shot and killed Mrs. Eliza Ray-
more, his housekeeper. Kilpatrick
returned home yesterday Intoxicated,
whereupon Mrs. Raymorc left the
house and went to tho homo of her
daughter, Mrs. Matthew Craft.
Later in the day Kilpatrick sent a
carriage for her and she returned,
but finding him still under the in-
utlence ol liquor, ah* went again to
her daughter's house. This morning
Kilpatrlok wont to Mrs. Craft's house
and opeocd Bro upon her. All the
shuts went wide of the mark. Then
ho fired at Mrs. Raymore, the bullet
entering her heart and ^killing her
instantly. Kilpatrick was arrested.
He said he killed tbe woman because
she refused to marry him aftor having
promised to do so.
HANDLER AN EASY MARK.
Philadelphia, Feb. 14.���Joe Wolcott
stopped Jimmy Handler, of Newark,
in the second round of what was to
havo been a six-iound bout at the
Industrial club tonight. There was
never a stage of the game when the
Newark boy had a chance. Walcott
simply contented himBe'f by using His
left and landing it almost at will.
METAL MARKETS.
London, Feb.l4.-LeBd, ��1', 12s,6d.
New York, Feb. 14-Close. Bar
silver, 55 l-4o. Mexican dollars, 48
3-4c. Lead, firm, ��4 1-8. Copper.dull,
12 3-8 and 12 5-8.
ill
Keeper at Carmanah point telegraphed
Three Dollars a Ton the Estimated Cost io**y that his sona wl,ohsd b3en
along   t
of Mining and Treating the Ore
of Boundary.
Alabama Mines, With Colored Labor, Alone
in the World Show a Cheaper
Ore Production.
Wm. M. Brewer, representative of
tha New York Engineering a'ud Mining Journal, came in yesterday from
the Boundary. Among the first statements he made to the representative
of The Minei was that he was convinced that the mines of the Boundary
could mine and treat ore for 83 a ton.
Tbis might not pay interest on tbe
investment tut it would make an
allowance for wear and tear. Asked if
this was unusually low, he said he
believed it was the lowest cost at
which any metalliferous mines of
tne world were worked with the possible exception of the iron miaes of
Alabama, and thore colored labor is
used.
Going fnrther into details he said
tbat the ore bodies were so large, the
quantity of timber reqnired so small,
and the ore was such a perfect flux in
itself, that these lesults could be obtained. By the system of mining now
adopted pait of the ore is left to fill
up the stope until it is worked out to
the surface so that the drill may be
set on it. When one stope is finished
this loose ore Will be taken out, and
when all in a single stope is considered he thought that tbe cost would
be about as he had stated. In two
mines he bad seen ore blocked out
that was 120 feet eaoh way. He had
thought that when oopper went down
to 12 cents or 11 cents that it wonld
be all off with the Boundary, but now
he believed that it could stand ten-
cent or possibly nine-cent copper.
Speaking as to the department of
the miuing industry of the province
from whioh greatest results might be
expected, he said that he thought the
great mainstay would be the gold-
copper mines. These ere bodies occurred of such immense size that the
amount that would be procured from
them was very largo. He did not look
upon the free milling mines as of such
importance, as they were wider distributed and would likely be fewer in
number. The silver-leaJ mines wore
the next best to    placer mines for the
' poor man, but were such the future of
them he did not consider so bright.
All thc mining industry of the province requires, in Mr. Brewer's estimation, is not to be hampered with taxes
and too much legislation. Tbe tax on
tbe output was a most unfair one. He
would suggest a tax by which the
vaoant claims would be made to pay
as much as those that are onerated,
or revert to the government. At
present a very large portion of the
province was mineral claims an d held
by those who would neither work or
sell them. In consequence naming
was being done un tbem and Mie
province was getting little revenue
from the owners. As the system of
taxation Is now the man wbo helps
tho development of tbe province has to
pay taxes for His enterprise. He
would take the taxes of mines an
assess all upon a valuation of the
surface.*
Mr Brewer in discussing the metal
markets said that so long as Canada
was dependent oo tne New York and
London markets for the sale of lead,
silver and copper, much better conditions than the present could not be
expected. The first thing was to
secure the home trade lor Canadian
metals and after that to look for the
same markets that the others sell in.
The Canadians should procure seoretly
and accurately all possible information regarding the price that can be
realised for the products of Canada in
Hawaii, China and Japan in par-
tiular. There should be agents in
those parts ready to give accurate information as to what Canada has to
sell which could be given to those entitled to it. Ten British Columbia
would ship copper or lead, indepen-
ent of what anyone else is doing, to
the people who wish to buy. He understood that there was a refinery in
Seattle that had already sent upward
of 100,000 ounces of silver to the
Asiatic markets, and probably made
more out of it than if it had been sold
at home. It was the same with the
lead and the copper.
STEAMERS FOR SIBERIA.
Russian  Duties  on   American  Goods
Will Delay C.P.R. Line.
Toronto, Feb. 14.���A visit of rather
more than usual interest was that of
Wm. Whyte, of the C. P. R., to this
city. Mr. Whyte is assistant to President Shaughnessy, and his headquait-
ers are at Winnipeg. He arrived from
Montreal, and will return there when
his mission here is concluded. While
in .Toronto he is the guest of E. C.
Irving, general manager of tho Brad-
street company. The objeot of Mr.
Whyte's visit is to Interview the'gov-
crnment regarding thoir plan for tbe
development of New Ontario.in which
the C.P. R. is prepared to heartily co-
perate. Details will be arranged later.
Speaking of the proposed C. P. R.
line from Vanoonver to Siberia, Mr.
Whyte said that ou acoount of the very
high tariff imposed by RuBsia against
Amerioan products, nothing will bo
done towards the projcot for at least
six months. While tbe tariff does not
yet apply to Canadian goods, such a
line as proposed could not be operated
successfully without depending largely on American freight as well as
Canadian. An agent of tne company
is located at Vladivostuck collecting
information of the amount and value
of American and Canadian imports
at that poit. In view ol the urgent
need of revenue by the'Russiao gov
ernment, Mr. Whyte does not look for
any reduction in tbe tariff against the
United States.
FIT/.SIMMONS READY.
Would Accept a Proposal For a Finish
Fight From Jeffries.
New York, Feb. 14.���Robert Fitz-
simmons, former world's champion
pugilist, said today tbat he would
accept a proposition mado by James J.
Jeffries, the present holder of the title,
fur a finish contest between thorn, tbe
winner to tako 60 per cent, and the
loser 40 per cent, of thc purse. Fitz-
simmons said he was willing to sign
articles at any time and tbe only
stipulation lie wished to make was
that tlie winner should have all of the
picture pi ivilegeprocdces. Ho thought
tho tight should take placo before the
club offering the largest purse.
Jeffries expressed himself as well
pleasad when informed of Fitzsim-
moii's intentions. He arranged to
meet Fit/siiinnons tomoirow and sign
articles. He said he wonld bo ready
to fight in April or lo May. The
battle ground will probably be on the
Pacific coast.
EIGHTH ROUND AT CHESS.
Monte Carlo, Feb. 14.���This morning the chess masters began the
eighth round of the international
tournameist and when the first ad
journment waa mado this afternoon
the following results had been recorded : TBcbigorin had disposed of Mortimer ; Schlechter had beaten Napier,
and Janowski had defeated   Popiel.
In the afternoon sitting  Mason beat
Keggio,
Wolf.downed Marco, and Maroczy and
Teiohmann, and Scbeve and Tarrasch,
adjourned their respective games
SALMON CASES ASHORE.
Flotsam Found Supposed   to Be From
Red Rock.
Victoria, Feb. 14.���The light house-
g the beach looking for signs of
wreckage, had found cases of Salman
without, however, any marks on
them. This will increase the uneasiness felt for the salmon laden ship
Red Rock, a lifo buoy from which was
found on the coast some weeks ago.
The Red Roca left here o. November
29tb and the big storm in which the
warBhlp CoLdor and collier Mattewan
foundered occurred on December 2nd.
Reports of wrecakge from ships which
sail out of the straits is looked upon
in some circles with considerable suspicion on account of the gambling in
re-insurance, but there is no doubt
that the buoy found was from the Red
Rock, it having been seen by the
offloers of the Egeria. However the
salmon and buoy might have been
washed from the deck of the ship.
Frank Nicholas was today found
guilty of manslaughter for the killing
of Tom Netes. The men bad been
quarrelling and Nicholas stabbed
Netes, '..who was found dead en tbe
street some hours later. Nicholas
tried to get away in his fishing sloop.
A nolle prosequi was entered in the
case of Katchulles who was charged
with assisting Nicholas to escapo.
THE VALPARAISO.
Officers Elected���Work on Properties
to Be Commenced.
On Monday afternoon the newly
elected directors of tbe Valparaiso
Qold Mining oompany held their first
meeting at which G. A. Carlson,
James Speers, J.Werner, Angus Campbell and Aug. Short were present. R.
F. Green, M. L.A., was elected president, aod Q. A. Carlson, vice-president, and J. F. Maloney was re-elected secretary-treasurer.
It is expected tbat work will be
Oommnceed upon the property of the
company at Goat creek soon after the
next meeting of the directors , which
will take place immediately npon tbe
return of Mr. Green from the coast.
A shaft will be sunk on the lead from
tbe end of the present tunnel which Is
axpected to prove the property at a
great depth. The cost of hoisting
machinery and other matters appertaining to the now course of development is now being looked into and it
is probable that within a very short
time the mine will bave a full force of
men at work.
BOULDER CAUSES DEATH.
Caboose
and
of Work Train Smashed
Seven Men Killed.
Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 14.���Seven
men were killed and at least 14 seriously Injured by a huge boulder whioh
crashed into the caboose of a work
train on the Chocktaw, Oklahoma and
Oulf railway, 20 miles west of Little
Rock. As the train was passing under
the high bluffs bordering the river,
two miles west of Little Maumelo, the
crew saw a heavy rock rolling down
tbe steep declivity, which had been
detached from the hill side by the
rains. The train was going slowly
but waa almost npon thc rock when it
struck the track. Engineer Nazor reversed his engine at once,but tbo train
struck it witb full force. Tbe caboose
was at tho head of the train and was
shrivelled into splinters. Most of the
men who were killed and injured
were in the caboose.
PORTLAND WANTS CHINESE.
SETTLERS
FOR CANADA
Aid  Asked  to Bring Welsh
Settlers From Patagonia.
chamber of Commerce Opposes Renact-
ment of Geary Act.
Portland, Or., Feb. 14.���Tho Portland Chamber of Commerco has adopted a resolution opposing the restriction of Chinese immigration, as proposed in the bills now boforo Con-
gross. The icsolutions sot forth that
tbe trade of Portland with the Chinese
empire is great and of increasing importance, and for the proper conserving and promotion of this trade it is of
the utmost importance that all facilities of commerce and thc councsy due
to a friendly nation bo extended, particularly to that class of the Chinese
ompire which operates, controls, and
has in itself the means and power of
furthering this trade.
TOLSTOI REPORTED DEAD.
Vienna, Feb. 14.���The Neus Wiener
..   Journal   publishes    an     unconfirmed
Marshall   lost   to   Gunberg.Jrumor t'-at Count Tolatui ia dead.
Metropolitan Bank of Canada to Seek Incorporation.
Torotto, Feb. 14.���The evening
Telegram's London cable says: Lord
Strathcona and a deputation will, on
Thursday, ask tbe Colonial Secretary
to induce the government to provide
transport to take tho Welsh settlers at
Patagonia to Canada.
In the colonial" exhibition at the
Royal Exchange, Canada occupies tbe
whole north side of the hall.
Notice has been given tbat application will be fade to the present session of parliament for an act to incorporate the Metropolitan Bank of
Canada.
The city is In danger of a soft coal
famine and it is feared that factories
will have to shut down for ten days or
a fortnight.
FIRE AT WINNIPEG.
Retail Liquor Dealers Approve the
Referendum.
Winnipeg, Feb. 14.���In an early
morning fire the gents' furnishing
stock cf T. D. Deegan was damaged
to the extent of fl,000. and the shoe
store of W. Wellband, ��4,u00. Covered
by insurance.
At a meeting this morning of the
retail liquor dealers a resolution was
passed approving of the local government's course in passing thu Liquor
Act referendum.
Premier Haultain and Hon. Messrs.
Sifton and Pulyea, of tbo Northwest
governmont, are again in tbe city on
their way to discuss teiritorial affairs
at Ottawa.
Word wsb received today that a
party of 5,000 farmers from the Stabs
of Minnesota are coming to western
Canada thiB year.
11. F. Anderson was elected president of tho Western Retail Implement
Dealers' association today.
CENSUS BULLETIN.
Population of British Columbia
Towns and Constituencies.
Ottawa, Feb. 13.���A bulletin, just
issued from tbe census bureau, givea
tbe following figures of the population of some of the leading British
Columbia cities and towns: Columbia, 350; Cranbrook, 1,196; Fernie,
1,(140; Grand Forks, 1,012; Greenwood,
1,359; Kamloops, 1,594; Kaslo, 1,680;
Moyie, 582; Nolson, 5,273; Phoenix,
866; Revelstoke, 1,600; Rossland,
6,109) Sandon, 551; Slocan, 950; Trail,
1,360; Vancouver, 26,133; Vernon,
802; Victoria, 20,818; Nanaimo, 6,130,
and New Westminster, 6,499.
The population of the constituencies
is: Ilurrard, 41.407; New Westmins-
ter, 23,822; Vancouver, 26,361; Victoria, 23.763; Cariboo, 01 889. Total,
177,272.
NO EXPLANATION GIVEN.
Montroal, Feb. 14.���Rev. Principal
Maggs, of the Wesleyan Theological
college, has handed his resignation to
tbe board of governors. He came
here from England a year ago, and
has been most successful. Thoac con.
corned refuse to discuss reasons for
his resignation.
James Drummond, Sr., of Pettlt
Cote, one of the best known of Canadian Ayrshrc breeders, is dead, aged
79.
RIFLES REACH CAPETOWN
Ottawa, Feb. 14.���A telegram from
Capetown announces the arrival there
yesterday of tbe steamer Manhattan
with the first suction of the Canadian
Mounted Rifles.
BIG TIMBER SALE.
Toronto, Feb. 14.���Tbe biggest sale
of timber limits for many years in
Canada has just been made. All the
property of Cook Bros, has beon sold
to Cook and Lumis, for $1,250,000.
FOUNDRYMAN DEAD.
Peterboro, Feb. 1.���William Hamilton, presiaunt of  the   Wm.   Hamilton
Manufacturing Co., ia dead, aged 70.
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the eastern press will accept the
falsely colored picture of British
Columbia opinion. In fact the manufactured special, which was sent free
over the C. I'.R. wires, was accepted
and published by several prominent
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Coal company for a share of the
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CAUOUT A TENDERFOOT.
The Canadian Mining Review, a
substantial and important monthly
published in Ottawa, is impresed with
the unnnimiy of the demand made by
certain British Columbia newspHpers
for immediate transfer of the coal
measures south of Morrissey creek to
the C. P. R. But there are more
tilings in tbe British Columbia newspapers than are dreamed about in the
Mining Review's philosophy. In faot
the views of the newspapers named
are as unnimous as it is possible for
tbe manifolding apparatus ol a modem
typewriter to make them. The views
expressed could not have coincided
more accuartely il they had been sot
up in a stereotyping otlice and cast,
column width, from a single matrix.
Regarded ns a labor-saving scheme
this unanimity is scarcely rivalled by
the Utopian dreams of Edward Bellamy. No wonder it impressed our
Ottawa contemporary, immersed as it
mnst be in enlgneering problems and
details, and innocent of the wiles of
daily newspaper life. The Kamloops
Inland Sentinel has evidently much
time on its hands, for it took pains to
make an assay of the unanimity after
declining a chance to get in on thu
ground floor.    Here is the result:
"The Province, of Saturday last,
18th inst., contains what purports to
bo a special telegraphic despatch from
Fort Steele, dated 17th January,
under the caption, 'Coal Monopoly in
the Crow's Nest.' It is a most remarkable conireidenee that abuut a
week ago one of our citizens handed
to the Sentine' a typewritten article
an exact counterpart of the Province's
'special,' whioh has been sent to
hiin with tbo request that be secure
its insertion in a Liberal newspaper.
The copy placed in our hands is dated
Irom Fort Steele, January fltb, and
reads almost word for word with the
Province special, to which, however,
n few more paragraphs have beon
added. As a matter of fact the article
had been manifolded, interlarded with
appropriate variations, and sent
through the medium of trusty agents,
to the press, particular anxiety
boing shown to secure publication ln
Liberal nowspapers. But this is not
all. A few days ago, on Saturday
last, to be precise, another gentleman
sent us a shorter article, dealing with
he same subject, and bearing in every
sentence the imprint of the same
authorship as tbo more lengthy one,
In tbis second inamiwipt reference Is
made to an attisle whieh appeared ln
the Nelson Tribune about two weeks
ago touching upon the identical question, the Crow's Nest Coal company
and Mr. Jim Hill's connection there
with. Strange to say tho Tribune's
article is suspiciously liko the
Province's 'special' und the two
typewritten Mss. now in our posses
sion, and is uudoubenly the prod ict
of the same facile pen. Another note
worthy feature is the fact the l'rovinco
eomtnontod on the Nelson Tribune's
article, producing some part of it, and
the entire Provinco article was
reprinted in tbo Rossland Miner of the
14th lust. Next, the Province of the
18th inst. published its variation of
the same nrticle dated the 17th, from
Fort Stcole and then to clap tbe
climax the Nelson Tribune, ulso of the
18th, reprints tlio Province article as
a telegram from Victoria, dated the
I7th, the same day as it was 'wired'
(?) from Fort Steele to tbe Vancouver
C.P.B. organ, This is indeed wonderful! A soit of a telogrnohic sec-saw."
Is it any wonder tbat tbe Mining
Review is impressed with tho unanimity of tlio demand, by the Ilritia1.
Columbia newspipurs, for tho transfer
of the coal lands south of Morrissey
oreok to the C.P.R. One feature of
this affair is truly impressivo and
that Is tho case with which a sngle
corporation can manufacture newspaper opinion in tins provinco. Newspapers handling tills manifolded stuff
and sending it abroad as tlieir own
opinions kill whatever influence tbey
may have possessed in   this  coinmun-
AN UNFAIR COMPARISON.
Tbe Nelson Board of Trade at Its
meeting on Thursday evening adopted
a resolution recommending that the
associated Boards of Trade of Eastern
British Columbia adopt a resolution
to the effect that it is strongly of the
opinion that the welfare of certain
parts of British Columbia, the
Boundary section in particular, demands encaper fuel and earnestly
urges upon the Dominion government
the advisability of doing everything
within its power to encourage the
opening up of new coal fields, either
by individuals or companies, and in
every othor way reducing the cost of
fuel.
Mr. Beer, notwithstanding that
some of tlio ether members of the
board were inclined to be fuir and
showed a desire to not take action on
suoh short notice, insisted that the
resolution be immediately adopted
and after considerable debate carried
his point.
Among tbo arguments which Mr.
Beer used in support of the immediate
passage of the resolutions was thut the
cost of coal in Nova Soatia is not as
high as it is in British Columbia, and
he seemed to think that the price
should be abont the same in the two
provinces. This contention is onrca
sonabie and untenable in the extreme.
Miners at the Spring Hill mines in
Nova Scotia, one of the largest
collieries in tbe province, receive from
$1 to $3 per day, while the miners
working in the several collieries in
the Crow's Nest basin are paid about
$3 per day. Considerable of the work
is done by contraot and nnder this
system tbe compensation varies. The
cost of supplies is much greater in
British Columbia than in Nova Scotia.
Besides thia tho mines, under the
cnartor, pay a royalty to tile govern
ment of 10 cents per ton. These con<
('ilium make it impossible to mine
and sell coal and its manufactured
products at the same rates that prevail
in Nova Scotia and no one knows tbis
better than Mr. Beer. The latter is
the owner of some houses in this city
which he rents. How would Mr.
liner like to have tbe board of trade
meet and insist in a resolution that
he accept tho same rentals for his
premises tbat ho would receive for like
establishments in Nova Scotia. We
fancy that Mr. Boer would cry'out
loudly on the street corners against
the iniquity of such proceedings. Yet
there would be as much justice in it as
there is in the resolution passed by
the board of trade on Thursday evening. It makes considerable difference
sometimes whose ox is gored.
Besides this,notice should have been
given that a resolution of this character was coming up, so thut there
might be a larger attendance, a fair
discussion, and proper time taken
for its consideration. Tbe fact that
the resolution was rushed through
notwithstanding tho attempt to have
it laid ovor, shows that tho desire was
to tako snap judgment, whioh was
not tbe most creditable mode of
procedure.
LOItlJ DUFFER1N.
Lord Dufferin, whose death oocurrcd
early in tlic week, was a romarkablo
man. He had great ability as a diplomat, and it was once said of him tbat
his adriotness won alternately the
admiration and despair of Europe
When lie was Oovernor-Oeneral of
Canada, and none of tOc distinguished
personages, who have filled that important position was more popular
than lie, he occupied a high place in
the alTections of the people. lt was
then that he showed his great tact in
icconciling the differences, social and
otherwise, that sometimes arose bo
tncsn the Anglo-Saxon and tlio
French elements. While ho was
llovernor-Oeneral trouble began to
Isii'iv between Oanada and the United
States oyer the Atlantic fisheries,
which at one time threatened to become serious, hut Lord Dufferin poured
the oil of bis diplomacy on the
troubled waters, and thuy became
oalm, and the two peoples wore soon
friendly with oach other. A few years
after his retirement from Oanada he
went to India as viceroy. There ho
had weighty responsibilities but he
succeeded admirably by the sheer foroe
of his diplomacy.
It Is regrettable that the end of his
career should havo been olouded by
tbo London and Globe scandal. This
much   may   be  said of his connection
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with the affairs ot that company.
While he showed weakness in lending
an untarnished name to suoh adventurers as piloted tlie London and Globe
affairs, no taint of dishonesty can be
attached to him. Like Gencrnl lirant,
at tho close of bis career, ho fell
among thieves, and, though honest
himself, he suffered io reputntion by
reason oi the experience.
GAflES
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Revelstoke, says the Vancouver
World, has joined in tbe campaign ,to
open the eyit oi tbo Eastern people
who tbir.k llritish Columbia is no
good because tbey have lost monoy in
mining stocks. There is no doubt
that much money changed bands in
Ontario in lB'.Hi and 1H()7 during the
boom in shares, but as the Revelstoke
Herald points out in a breezy way, it
"changed from the hand of the
Ontario 'sucker' into the hand of thu
Ontario'shyster.' Very littlo ol the
dropped money enme this way. This
country, on tho contrary, has suffered
severely in roputation through tho
aftor effects of tne crazy folly of thc
Ontario speculators during lhe boom.
It Is in Montreal and Toronto that
these Biifforers must go to look for
their millions, not in Kootenay."
Until further notico tbo steamer
Kokanee will only make a trip to
Lardo once a week on Thursdays.
AT POPULAR PRICES
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.
ROSSLAND
WINTER   CARNIVAL
Thursday, Friday fe Saturday,
February 20 to 22, 1902
PROGRAM OF SPORTS
Grand Hockey Tournament (for the senior and junior championship of the provinco), Five Skating Raoes, Six Snowsboe Races, Ski
liiiuning and Jumpiug, Carnival Masquerade, Cutter Races for Pacers and Trotters,
Single fare for round trip on all railways.    Tickets on sale February 20, good to return uutil Feb. 24,    For programs or  any infnrma-   \a
,    tion, address H.W.O. JACKSON, Sec, Oarnival Committee, Rossland   {^
OUR SPECIALTY
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Stoves and
Ranges . .
We are showing this season a full
line of these goods and solicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
Company.
ftbelRc^alBank of Canada
Capital   Authorized,
Incorporated 1869.
$3,000,000.00 I Capital Fald-up,
Bent,
���3,000,000.00
$tl,Jt��0,IMNI.<j|>
Hoard of Directors    Thonjan K. Kenny,  President 1   Thomas Ritchie  Vice-Presidents
���JWiluv Smith, B. G. Bauld, Hon. David MacKeen.
Heed Office. Halifax s
Ueneral Manager, Edhon U. Pease. Montreal.
Superintendent or Branohes, and Secretory, W. B. Torrance, Halifax,
Branches I
Quebec-Montreal, (City [Offloe), Montrea
West End (Cor. Notre Damo and Seigneurs Streets): Weslmount (Cor. Qreono
Avenue and St. Catharines Street,
Ontario���Ottawa.
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cuba, Weat Indies���Havana.
United States-New York (16 Kxohaoffo Place
Republic, Wash.
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Bridgewater, GuYuboro, Lon,joiult,ny, Lu -
enburg. Maitland (Hants Co.), Plctou, Port
Hawkesbury, Sydney. Shubenacadle.Truro,
Weymouth.
New  I Brunswick ��� Bathurst,     Dorohester,
Fredorlctoii, Kingston (Kent Co.), Mono-
ton, Newcastle, Sacbvlllo St, John,Woodstock*
V. E. Iiluud���Charlottetown, Sumniersido.     _
BRANOHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vanconver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria.
Correznondentz 1
Canada���Merchants Hank of Canada.   Boston-Natlona   Shawmnt Bank    < 1,1. ������..   nii������i=
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p.n-HonK Kong and Shanghai Banting Corpora���"    Sp^hane-OirNatlonaf Bank
General Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Boiuh
and Sold, Latter* ot Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts reoeived on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on specia
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
Uiniber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings, Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mil at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSOU
and LARDO.
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GALT COAL
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
hand.
Kates to all railway and
lake points
W, P. TIERNEY,
> . General Agent
Tel. No. 265.
Office - Two doors west
C.P.R. offices.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
1TARDB   AT   NELSON' AND   ROSSLAND
MILL AT PORTO RICO SIDING,
Rough and
Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always in
Stock.
We carry a oomplete stock of Coast Flooring
Colling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and
Doors, Spocial order work will receive prompt
attention'   Mall orders solicited.
Porto RicoLumberCo.,
LiniTED.
Head Offloe���Hendrvx and Vernon    _. Nelson
Pacific
RAILWAY
���FOR���
Rossland
Winter Carnival
Feb. 20,21, 22
Will issue return  tickets at
Single Fare
February  20,   21,  good for
return till February 24.
Full particulars from  local
agents.
For berths, time tables, rates anil.l'ull
information apply to,
J. 8. Garter, B. J. Coyle
Dis. Fans. Agt. A. O. P. A.
Nelson Vancr n f ���
About lhat second-hanrl article of
vours. You'll sell it 11 you'll advertise it in The Miner want eelniaa Nelson   Daily  Minbr, Saturday Februaky 15, 1902
J    MINING NEWS.    |
���,������������������������������ ���*������ **********
The Trail smelter, wbich has been
closed down for repairs, will resume
operations, it is thought, today.
It is said that the Enterprise intends to double its force at the concentrator and to keep it running night
and day.
Clias. A. Sandiford, manager of the
fteepawft. states that lrom now on he
expects the property to ship a carload
of ore each week, or running *-���"���������
100-ton record per month.
to the
The Bosun, early in tho week,
shipped two carloads of zinc ore to
Antwerp, Bolgium, where the most
satisfactory treat-uent can be obtained
for that class of ore. A previous
shipment by the Bosun to the same
place resulted satisfactorily. Tbe ore
averages 45 rer cent, and upward, in
zinc, besides carrying good silver
viilues.
John McKane returned yesterday
from tho Lardeau, where he has been
looking after tho operations on the-
bavina group. Mr. McKane reports
that tho development of the Lavina ls
proceeding at a satisfactory rate and
thut considerable ore is being
rawhided. Mr. MoKane is a the
l'hair, aud intends to remain in town
lor two or three days.
For the flrst time in two years the
Neepawa on Ten Mile, has made a
shipment, says the Sioean Drill. It
consisted of 20 tons and was sent to
Trail. The Neepawa will be a regular shipper in future, aud it makes
the fourth property in the oamp to
figure in this year's list. From tbe
Arlington 70 tons were sent out, making 90 tons in all for the division this
week.
J, W. Holmes yesterday received
returns from a carload of ore from the
Queen mine, which was sent to tbe
Ball MineB smeltor. While be did
uot care to discuss the exact figures,
he stated that they were so satisfactory that regular shipments will now
be made. The Queen adjoins tbe
Yellowstone and is situated about
ten miles from Salmo. It Is a gold
proposition.
The lessees of tbe Ottawa, says the
Slocan Drill, have received their returns from the seven ton shipment ot
ore made to Nelson last week. A portion of the ore returned 1,163 ounces
in silver to the ton, establishing a
new record for the camp. That portion of the shipment was worth $30 a
sack. The balance, consisting of
second grade ore, returned f 818.50 to
the ton. For the full shipment the
lessees realized $1,308 above all expenses.
the execution of tbe contract and tbe
circumstances surrounding the oase,
and to his connection witli tho company at the time; and A. Bremner,
the plaintilf. He was being cross-
examined at the time of the adjuun-
ment. In this action the plaintilf
claims a balance on his contract for
supplying timber to the Arlington
mine and damages for alleged breach
of contract, which he had with thc
defendant. Tne case will probably
not be concluded until Monday.
In the City of Sioean election case
two motions wero up lor hearing, one
to fix security, and thc other to set a
date for trial. R. W. Hannington,
for the respondent, Mayor Bradshaw,
stated that he had been instructed
only in the morning of tbat day, and
he asked for an adjournment to prepare his argument. Taylor aud O'Shoa,
for the petitioner, consented, and the
homing of the motions was set for
this morning.
In chambers A. 0. Gait, or the War
Eagle and Centre Star, attended to
settle the terms of tho order granted
on tho previous day in the action of
his clients against tbo Rossland
Miners' union and others. By thc
terms of tho order the Rossland
Miners' nnion is to file affidavit as to
the documents in its possession within
ten days, suoh affidavit to De made by
FraDk Woodside, the secretary, and in
jase the ordor is not complied with,
attachment otdeis may issue upou
affidavit,
Frank Woodsido, tho secretary, is
ordered to attend for examination as
an officer of the union at his own
expense. The Carpenters and Joinors'
union, and the Blacksmiths and
Helpers' union, are to file affidavits of
documents within ten days, and iu
case of default, John McLaren, of the
carpenters, is to be liable to attachment for contempt. James Wilks,
vice-president of the Western Federation of Miners, is also to file affidavits
of documents under a similar penalty,
and the other defendants, now abseut
from Rossland, who have failod to
obey the order to produce, dated on
December 11th, are to file affidavits of
documents, else, in default, their
defence is to be struck ont. All costs
are to be costs in the cause to the
plaintiff in any event.
THE   MINER'S
WANT   PAGE.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Advertisements lotierted uuder thia bead al
the rate of one oe.it a word per Insert Ion. No
advertlHementt takon (or lees than 25 oents.
Situation Wanted advortlHementa Inserted
three times free of ohartce.
FURNISHED rooms with   or without
board.     Apply     on   Silica   street,
second door west of Ward,
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
nelson, b. c.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
FURNISHED   ROOMS
Apply   to   Mrs V. 3.
40, K. W. C. block.
TO   RENT.���
Squires, Room
WANTED
3. H. LOVE,
Nelson Employment Agency,
'. O. Box 405. Phone 2',
Wanted���Railroadmen for Lardo.
WANTEIJ���A   dining
Phair Hitel.
room   girl   at
WANTED.���Ladies and Gentlemen
enjoy yonr evening at homo by making T12 per week. Send your address
and two cent stamp to box 205, London, Ont.
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
A fine line of Imported and Domestic cigars,   Peterson's   patent   pipes
Lowe and B, B. B.   goods--at
man's.
Thur-
HELP     of   all   kinds     wanted    and
furnished.     Western   Canadian Em
ployment Agency,      Large warehouse
for   storage; call   at Prosser's Second
Hand store, Ward stcet.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's Nest
Southern   Ry.     Good   wages, long
job   Headquarters, Elko,   B.   C. A.
Guthrie Sc Co.
MISCELLANEOUS
JXBUBON
BODA   WATKK   KACTOHY-
 M. Cuunuius, Lomboo���Every kuowr.
variety of toft drink,*. P U Hox 8a. Telephou
Nu. 31. lloovor rill',:,sl, Nelson, Uottlon, of th
fstuious, St. Loon Hot tiuriiiKH Mineral Wator
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD Sc Ca-Cornor lfron
��� and Hall fcltreoU���Wholeualo ttrooer
au<l jobbers lu blanket*, gloves, mltta. boots
rubbers, uiuukinawH and mincni' rfundries.
FRESH AND SALT MEATiJ
PBUUNS Sc Co.-Baker Street, Nelnon-
���   Wholesale dealers iu Crush a      cured
niuul-s.   Cold Storage.
WEST    KOOTKNAY   BUTC11ER.   CO.
Baker Street, Nehion���Wholeb&lo doa
em in fret, aud eured moats.
HARDWARE Sc MINING   SUPPLIES
LAWHKNCK HAHDWARK CO - Bake
Street, Nelson ��� Wholesale daalars ir
hardwaro, miners' supplies, sporting goods
ote
M'LACHLAN BKOS. Baker Street Nelson,
B. C���Defers, in general hardware,
miuiug supplies,, glaris, pal its, Portland Cement, llru clay and Scotch tire briok. Agents
fur VVilkiriH and Co.'s celebrated eteul wire rupo
NELSON   HARDWARE  CO.-Wholenak
paints, oils and gluss; mochanics  toolH
Agents foi OaLariu Powder Works; lynamlte
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
TURNEIt, BEETON & Co.-Curner Vornoi
and Johepluue StreoUi, Nelson���Whole
salo dealers In liquors*, oigars, and dry goods
Agents for l'abst Brewing Cu. of Milwaukoi
and Calgary Brewing Co uf Calgary.
HUDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholesale grocorle
and liquors otc., Bakor Street, Nolsoa.
LOST.-A   plain   gold ring, with engraving   on   inside.    Finder   please
leave at Miner office and get reward.J
FOUND--On Carbonate street, a lady's
feather boa.    Owner may have same
at this office by   proving property and
paying for this advertisement.
Gratifying success continues to attend the development of the Iron
Horse gronp, on Ten Mile, sayB the
Slocan Drill. The other day a drift
was commenced on the vein at the 50-
foot levol in the shaft, where a small
seam of ore was Bhowiog. The drift
had only gone 11 feet when it broke
into a foot ol solid shipping ore, and
it has remained with them ever since.
The strike was made on the Enterprise Bide of the shaft and it will give
tho Iron Horse several hundred feet of
ground to open up. The shaft is being
pushed and will be sunk to a point
280 feet from the surface, thence a
crosscut will be run to the big ledge.
The machinery is running smoothly
and giving every satisfaction.
Slops, the Cough
and Works off Ihe Cold.
Laxitlve Biomo-Qninine Tablet* oure   acold
noiodsy.  NoUure. noPay.  Price 85 oents.
SUPREME COURT.
Suit Against the Arlington Mine on a
Timber Contract.
In tbe Supreme court yesterday
judgment was delivered in the case of
Fraieigh vs. Hall Mines, which bad
beon on tiial the day before. At the
opening of court R. M. Macdonald,
counsel tor the defendant, arose to
direct the attention of tho court to
what he considered was contempt of
cour*. on the part ol The Miner in its
report of the case. His lordship passed fhe matter bv saying that he wcnld
deliver judgment first, and then it
would be open to Mr. Macdonald to
speak to any motion he might choose
to make. Judgment was then given
for the plaintiff for $1,750 and costs.
He found tbat the approximate cause
of tbe injury the plaintiff sustained
was the starting of the briquetting
muchine while the plaintiff had his
arm in the mixer; that the plaintiff
waB not guilty of negligence in putting his arm there, and that putting
his arm in was not in itself the
approximate cauBe of the accident.
Taylor and O'Shea for the plaintiff,
R. M. Macdonald for defendant.
The trial of Bremner vs. Arlington
mines was then begun and at the
close of the day only two witnesses
had beon heard.     These  wero W.   H.
Dubois,   lato   auperintendent   of  the
AFTER A LION,
How R. O. Jennings and Gus Thies
Let One Get Away.
R. O. Jennings and Gus Thies have
been placer mining on Perry creek
the past few months, says the Cranbrook Herald. Their camp is about
six miles above Old Town, and they
have been living alone in their cabin.
One day last week they heard their
dog crying in agony and alarm. Mr.
Jennings rnshed out to the brush and
found the animal iu the embrace of an
immense mounUin lion. Jennings
called to Thies to bring the axe, and
in the meantime, having nothing else
to use, threw his mits at tho animal.
Without letting go of his victim thc
lion spit like a tomcat at this mode of
attack, and finally let the dog go and
slunk slowly into the woods. Tbies
hurried out with a 22-rifle they had in
camp to sboot at mountain rats. Not
thinking of the ferocity of the lion or
the danger he incurred, Thies chased
after him and succeeded in hitting
him once in the flank. The bullet
had no effect except to cause the lion
to turn and spit at him. Suddenly it
dawned upon Thies that he was chaB-
ing a half starved lion alone into the
bush wilh nothing bnt a plaything of
a iifle for proteotlon. Thinking then
that discretion wbb the better part of
valor, he relinquished the chase and
sought in hurried flight the safety of
companionship at the camp.
"I hated to lose the fellow," said
Mr. Thies, "as it was tbe largest one
I ever saw. But I could do nothing
with a small rifle, and so had to let
him go." 	
Men's pints all wool, $1.00 a log.
Seats free.-The Wallace-Miller Co.,
Ltd. 	
BAE WINS TWICE.
Winnipeg, Feb. 14.���Tbe bonspiel
play today was in the Royal Caledonian and Grand Challenge championship. Dunbar, the St. Paul crack,
won bis flrst game in the Caledonian
from James McKenzie,of Indian Head,
but later in the day suffered his first
defeat, from W.F. Payne, of the Winnipeg TbistleB, after a hard game
Flavelle, of Lindsay, was also defeat
ed in the Caledonian by Huffman, of
the Winnipeg Thistles, 8 to 0. ln the
Grand Challenge Flavelle won from
Gowlay by seven points. Smith, of
Duluth, gave Town, of Wawanesa, his
flrst defeat. Hea, the Nelson, B. C,
skip, won two games in the Caledonian. Hia opponents were Walsh, of
Oxbow, aod W. A. Cameron, of
Cypress river. Wilson, of Nelson,
was defeated by Yonhill, of tbe Winnipeg ThiBtl^s.
We aro coming back to yon with
those overcoBts, overshoes, and suit
bargains, we   told you   about   at  the
REISTERER & CO
Brewers of Pine Lager
Beer and Porter,
DROP IN AND SEE US
s��Wo B. n
NOSE COMPLETELY STOPPED UP
Hod Catarrh so badly that for months previous to using Japanese CaUrrh Cure ho
could not breath through his noMtrils,  Jap
aneso Catarrh Curocured.
Mr. John McKenzie, Elgin. N. S. write*:-
"I fool it a duty I owe you to toll what Japanese Catarrh Cure has done for me.   Kor some
years I have been a great nufferer from catarrh
In its worst form, and for some months 1 i ould
no* bre ithe through my nostrils.   Since completing thc trsatment with Japanese Catairh
Cure. I am pleased to Bay 1 am absolutely free
from catarrh, and c in now breath as natural as
ever through my nostrils.   Japaneso Catarrh
Cure cures catarrh bv healing every diseased
portion of the mucous membrane, lt cures permanently.   Sold by all druggists at 50 cent*,
for sale by J. H. Vanstone, Neison. B. 01
LODGE MEETINGg.
A
NELSON LODGE   No. 23, A, P. Sc
���M. meets second Wednesday ln
month.   Visiting brethern welcome
jS    Sfc No. Hi, moots every Monday ulght,
"^OTB^ at   their   Hall,  Kootenay streot
Sojourning Odd Fellows oordlally Invited.
07w. Hafe, N. G.;  G. F. Motion, V. G.; A.
Loughurst, Kee. Soc,
LUMBER
���VTBLBON SAW AND PLANING MILL-
Xl Olnco corner HaU and Front Streets
Nelson���Lumber, coiling, flooring, and every
tiling in wood for building purposes. Get oui
prices.   Correspondence solicited.
CONFECTIONERY.
A. MDONALD,   wholesale and retail
Confectioner,   The lai
fectionory in ihe Kootenays
fj ���   Confectioner,  The largest c'.ock of Con
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial-^
Land Surveyor.
T6q   ' NELSON BC
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL  KINDS  OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE   AND RETAIL
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVE3.   Man aver.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. O.
_____________ __________________________t______\
Branoh Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Easl.
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slooan City
Orders by maO to ��j>�� branch will have careful and nrornpt attention.
QREATJNORTHERN
RAILWAY.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VEBTIBTJLED TEAIHS.
PALACE DjHIHG AND OBSERVATION
0AB8.-     ALS a la 0ASTE.
Spokane Falls Sl
Northern R'v.
Nelson Sl Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
SPECIAL SERVICE
J. C. aWLLLM, B-,  Sc,
MINING ENGINEER.
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Stree Nelson. B. C
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spjkane Falls and Northern Railway,
D rect connection at St. Paul without change ot depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:10 i'._
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:20 a. in
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 800 p-m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound,
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North West
and North-Land of theNorthern Steam ���
ship Oompany Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further information, aps, fold
ers, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls Sc Northern Ry., Kaslo Sc Slocan
Ry., Kooterai Railway & Navigation
Co., or to
H. BRANDT.
Oity Pass, and Tkt, Agt,  W  701  W,
Riverside Ave,, Spokane, Wash,
a. K. TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
Nel son.B C
NELSON TO SPOKANE
For the comfort of the number ol
people who are now using this
popular line, a direct daily Buflfe*
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
k.ine 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.
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS and COPYRIGHTS
obtained in all countries
ROWLAND BEITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N. A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full oarticulars.
Nelson Royal Arch Chaptor No. 123,0. R. C.
Meets third Wednesday.    '   	
tons  invited.
Sims,  S. K.
George Johnstone.
sojourning c
hnstooe, Z.
coin pun
T. 1.
,,    ,.       NKLSON LODGE No.85, K. of P.
ff/ii&moete In ii. of P. hall, Oddfellows blook
|[3��iaoveryTuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
pAll visiting knights cordially Invito
Wm. Ihvine, C.C.
Hugh Stevuns, k. of K. and ti.
Nelson Bnoa pnient No. 7. Meets every 2nd
and ith Friday of each month, in Odd Fellows
Hail, oorner Baker and Kootei.ay streets.
Nelson. A. H. elements, C. P.; D. McArtmu-
B. S.   Visiting brothers always welnnrne.
NELSON L. O. L. No. 1692 meete In Fraternity Hall on first and third Friday evenings
of each month at 8 o'clock. Visiting member
cordially invited. W. W. Bradley, W. K.
A, Minty, R. S.
NELSON AERIE No. 22, F. O. K., moot;
every second and fourth Wednesdays of eact
month. Visiting members oordially invit,
Charles Prosser. fiwirotary.
Kooteuay Tent No. 7, K. O. T. M��� hold tholi
regular meetings ln Fraternity Hall, I, O. 0. i.
blook, on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each
n.onth. Visiting brethren cordially Invltod tc
attend. G.A. Brown K. K.; Dr. Rose, Com
lt. J.Steel.D. B.C.
IMPERIAL
HOTEL
LATE SILVER  KINO HOTEL
Finest and Best Bar ln the' City.
The fiest Brands of Liquors __
and Cigars.
RATES
$1.00 AND $1.50 PER DAY
JOSEPH HARWOOD,   -   Proprietor
Kootenay Railway and Na?
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO (tc SLOOAN RAILWAY,
INTERNATIONAL NAV. Sc TKAD CO. Lto
Shortest and quickest route to the cast and ai
points on JiuO.lt. Sc N. and Northern P��
cillo Railways ln Washington, Oregon am;
Southern States.
Time Card Effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
Leave
DAY TRAIN
Arrive
9
20 a.m.
 Spokane....
..7:15 p.m.
12
23
p.rn
..4:30 p.m
10
.30
a.m
.. .Mountain....
.5-59 p. in,
9
.40
H.
i. ra
A.
.11:45 p.m.
JACKSON, G. P.
&T.A.
Spokane, Wash
ti
K.
TAOKABURY.
Afreet, Nelson, B.
NltLSON'S QUEEN NO. 21'
SONS OF ENGLAND, meet>
1st and 3rd Wednesday eventugsoj
oaoh month at Fiatemlty hall
oorner of Baker and Kootenaj
stroots. Visiting brethern cordial! j Invited.
Edwakd Macusod. Socreterr,
Nelson Court Star of Kootenny, A. O. J
Meots 2nd and ith Wednesdays ln everj
Month. Visiting brethren welcomo. V Mac
Milium, C. P.; Herbert McLeod Sec
Arlington mine,   who   testified as to\ Wallace-Miller Co.'s store
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
Portepin Mineral clnim, situate in
tue Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay Distriot.
Where lucnted- On Porcupine Creek,
'1AKE NOTICE that I Theodore
BfBUohamp, acting as agent c.i Frank
Desnuliiier, free Miner's certificate Nn.
B43349, and E. S. Larsen, F. M. C,
H42571 intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to tbe Miuiug
Recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the above claiirj.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, mnet be oomnienced
before tbe issuance of such certificate
of improvements.
Duted this 8th day of November
1001. T. BEAUCHAMP
8:30 a. m. Lv.
1055 p.m. Ar,
IKaslo
Sandon
Ar. 1:00 p. in
Lv. 1:48 p. m
Int. Nav- & Trading Oo
NEUOH-KABLO BODTE.
5:20 p. m. Lv. Nolson Ar. 11:00 a. u
9:10 p. m. Ari Kaslo Lv. 7:00 a.
Connecting at Five Mile Point with Nelson
& Fort fhepp&rd Railway both to aud from
Rossland, oto.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, N. B.
Heaver Line Lake Superior.; Feb. S8
Beaver Line Garth Castle March 14
Allan Line Ionian Feb. IS
Allan I'is i'si is, n Feb. 23
Allan.l.insj steamers call at Halifax two days
.later
Frcm  Boston.
Dominion Lino Cambroman Feb, 26
Dominion Line New Kngiand March 5
From Now York
Cunard Une Etruria  Feb. 22
Cunard Line Campania March  1
White Star Line Teutonic Feb, 26
White Star Line Oceanic March  6
American Line St, Louis Feb. 26
American Line Philadelphia  Marcn  6
Red Star Line Kriosland Fob. 26
Red Slar Line Bouthwark March S
Continental sailings of Fronch, North German Lloyd, Ii. A. P. and Italian Lines on application.
RATES���Saloon fares $42.50, and upwards
Pccond $33 and upwards according to steamer
;i"sl location of berth. Steerage quoted on application. Prepaid passages from England ana
the continent at lowest rates.
H. L. BROWN,      W. P. F. CUMMINOS,
City Agt. Nelsou.      Oen. Airent. Wlnatpec
Tlckcta sold to all parts in United Btatc and
Canada via Great Northern and o. It. ic N
Co.'s lines.
Ocean steamship  tickets  and  rates vl   a
Unas will be furnished on application.
For further particulars call on or address
ROBERT ntVTNGl
MMtairer, Kaalo.B, C
TAOKADuny Agent. Nelson 11. ('.
OALL ON TH*
NELSON WINE CO.
and try a bottle, a dozen, or a barrel of
QALGARY BEER as It U the best and
cheapest on the market. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
PRANK A. TAMBLYN. M.......
Telephoned Baker  u No
The Waverley Hotel
J. N. DAVIDSON. Prop.
Rates fl.00 to $1.50 per day. First
class Meals, 35c. Next door to Opera
House. P. O. Hox 210. Telephone 147.
Victoria St., Nelson.
NEWLING & CO.
AUCTIONEERS.
VALUERS. ETC.
Kootenay Street. Next Oddfellows' Ha
P. O. Box 633.
If there is anything; yon require, auk
for  it  in    b- wlttom   of the Miner.
Certificates of Improvements
NOTICE.
OoldeD Crown, Golden Eagle, Golden Cap. Union Jack, Oteeton, Anu-ri-
can Flap;. American Flag Fr., Union
Jack Fr., Oray, X-R��y, X-P.ay Fr.,
Maple Leaf, Keepsake, Rhodesia,
Snow Cap, La Grande, Cracker Jack
Cracker Jack Fr., Cynic, Cynio Fr.
Cymric, Dakota, Idaho, Atlantic, Puerile, Old Glory, Morning Glory, Hat-
tier, Rambler, Agnes, Emperor, Emerald, Emerald Fr., Czar, Czar Fr., Canada, Toronto, Montreal, Montreal Fr.
Scotland, Scotland Fr., Osborne, Ores
ton Fr. Mineral Claims situated in the
Goat River Miuing Division ol West
Kootenay District
Where located���Between Goat River
and Arrow Oreek.
Take Notice that I,   A.   R.   Heyland.
acting as agent for T. G. Sliaughnessy,
F. M. 0. B88701, E. H. Osier, R M. C.
B387U3. B. B. Angus, E.   M   C.  1388708
O. P. Hill, F.  M, O.  B88688,  intend,
sixty   days   fiom   the date   hereof to
apply to the Miniug Recorder  for
tificates of improvements   for tbe
pose of obtaining Crown   Granis <
above claims.
And further take notice thnt Moon,
nnder section 37, must be commet,ced
before the issuance of sneh certificates ol
improvements.
Dated this 19th day of December,
1001. A. R. HEYLANP
Gertincates ot improvements
NOTICE.
Homestake nnd Hallaes Mineral
Claims, situate in the NelBon Mining
Division of West Kootenay Distriot.
Where located: On the west side of
the Morth Fork of Salmon river, near
Craigtown
Take notice that I, J. D. Anderson
P. L. 8., of Trail, B. O., agent for The
Copper Farm Gold Mining nnd Development Company, Limited, Non-
Personal Liability, Free Miner's
Certificate No. K50708, intend,
sixty dayh from the date hereof, to apply to the Milling Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a ("town Grant of the
above olaim.
And further take notice that aotion,
under aection ol, must be commenced
befoie the issuance of such (.'ertiflcato
of Improvements.
Dated this 15th day of November A.D
lt>01; J. 1).  ANDERHON.
Certificates of Improvements
NOTICE.
Japiter, Katie D. Green, Insersoll,
Last Chance Hamilton and London
Fraction Minerul I'lnk..,, situate in tbe
NelBon Mining Division of West Kootenny District.
Where located���On Jupiter Mountain,
nenr Craigtown.
TAKE .NOTICE that I, J. D. Anderson, P. L.8., of Trail, B.O. agent for the
Katie D. Green Gold Mining and Development Company, Limited, Non-
Personal, Liability, F.M.C. No. B55873,
intend, sixty duys from tlie date hereof,
cer- j to apply to lho Mining Recorder for cer-
fiur-1 tificates of improvements for the pur-
11 ii- poBeof obtaining Crown Grants ot the
above claims.
And further take notice that notion,
under section 117, must be commenced
before the issuance of snch certificates
of improvements.
Dated this 15th day of November,
A.D. 1001. J. D. ANDERSON.
r a
- ��� Nelson Daily Miner Saturday. Fkuruarv 15,   igos
I
v       ��
Correspondence
Papers
This tl tho season of
entertainment., and.
as a consequence of
moie titan Hit: Usual
amount of letter wiit-
liiK. We have opened Mme very pretty unto pflk-
per-, that are much in tarorjtut now. Tinted
paper 1ms had a long struggle lo win fashion
able patronage, and even now some of the moro
pronounced colors are deemed questionable
taste, bu* recently suoh lovely tints have heen
net forih by exclusive makers of high class sta
tionery that society havu found ihem IrrcHist-
able. The palc.-i green, the softest bin*1, mauve
and deHoate grey are the most popular. We
havefflhe ewi*henvelopes tonruohin ��U tho
poouhtr ahapee and tf required we put them up
one quire of paper witli envelopes to match in
lux without extra charge.
MORLEY & LAING
SUCCE88OBST0
THOMSON  STATIONERY  CO,,  Ltd
NELSON. B.C.
Sliow Room fur Mason ,fc Riscli piano*
��� vvvwrn^w wwvwvwv%��
THE CITY
��� tl_>A_<++S%VV->+++*r>*_-t*+/*V**
A son wns born to the wife of David
G, Bulger, of Fairview, yesterday,
It Is expected tliat tho Rossland
postollice will lie ready for occupancy
by the end of August.
Rossland is sending three rinks of
curlers to the Sandon bonspiel and is
discussing the possibility of sending a
fourth.
The body of Miss .1. Peppers was
yesterday shipped by express to
tlio home of her parents ot Los
Angeles, California.
A man waa brought up on the
charge of vagrancy yesterday before
the police magistrate, but succeeded
in proving that he was the tenant
of a shack and had some means of
subsistence.
At tho lejord oflice yesterday, certificates of improvements were issued
to the Montana Oold Mining compnny
on the Randolph, Trout, Michigan,
Lorna Doone, and Blue Ilird mineral
claims; also to Lome A. Campbell on
the Iron Age, and to P. W. Ilelsewood
and .lolin Hail on the Deer Trail.
Mr. Titsworth, of Hyde and Tits-
worth, yesterday stated that the fruit
and produce market was better than
it was last month. There is a good
demand for apples, oranges and
lemons, of whieh two carloads were
on the way for liis firm, and also
shipments for other wholesalers of the
city. In produce, vegetables of nil
kinds were scarce, onions now selling
at 5 cents a pound wholesale.
The horse attached to the milk
wagon of L, C'aulheck yesterday took
fright while standing on Ward street,
opposite the Hume hotel. It raced
down Ward street and along Water
street past Cedar, where it was caught
nnd stopped on the hill near Choi-
ditch's warehouse. Its wild progress
inane a few pedestrians scurry out of
the road, but no damage was done
beyond the spilling of some milk.
The wedding ol John S. McLaughlin
and Miss Maria Hertha Grant was
celebrated on Thursday evening at 8
o'clook at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Embree. The officiating
clergyman was Rev. J. Iiurtt Morgan,
pastor of the Baptist ohurch, Rossland,
who came over from the golden city
especially for the occassion. After the
ceremony the happy conplo and the
wedding Bursts participated in an
excellent feast. The presents received
wero numerous and appropriate. Mr.
McLaughlin is favorably known in
Nelaon, while his bride is a popular
lady of tllis city, and is the sinter of
Mrs. Enibreti.
A STEADY WORKER
Coflfeo Works Slow But Bute.
Many people use coffee day aftoi
day without an idea of tho serious
work it does with nerves, stomaoh,
bowels, nnd sometimes with the eyes,
heart and kidneys. Its work is done
gradually, that is, the poison affects
tho nerve centers a little today and a
little tomorrow aud so on, and finally
the nerve cells aro slowly broken
down ami then Nature begins lhe call
for help.
It is a safe proposition that if a man
or woman has headaches, stomach
trouble, or any such ailments come on
lit Intervals, something is wrong with
the food or drink, ami this question
should be Investigated carefully, for
health is tho best capital auyouo can
possess and willfully breaking it
down is a piece of childish lolly,
It is easy to leave olT ooffee if one
will take Postum Food Coffee, properly mnde, for Postum has a delicious
ooffee flavor and a deep sonllirown
color which changes to a golden
brown    when   creani is added,   and it
satisfies the coffee drinker without any
of   the   bad   effects of coffee!  on the
contrary, the result of using I'ostnm
is tlm rebuilding of the broken down
nerve confers by t'���e food elements
contained in it.
I'ostum is a pure food beverage
made by scientific food makers and
can be depended opsin absolutely for
its purity and the good iesults that
follow its use.
To bring out the linvor and food
value Postum must be boiled at least
l-'s minutes uftor the boiling begins.
The contractors lor 'ho Nelson post
oflice are expected to return to Nelson
abont the beginning of March when
work will be resumed on the building,
A game of hockey was piayed last
light between the Retail Clerks and
the Rock] Mountain Rangers, which
resulted in a victory for the clerks by
0 to :,.
The city authorities are determined
to enforce thc oylaw which compels
householders to remove snow lrom
sidewalks. Delinquents in this
spect should take warning.
At a meeting of the Curling club
last night iu the ollard of Trade rooms
it was decided to send three rinks to
the Han don bonspiel, to be skipped by
Richardson. Tomer and Cairle. It is
possible than another rink will he
made up, in which case, .1. Laing
Stocks would be the skip.
Tomorrow at Emmanuel church
Rev. Win. Munroe will preach in the
morning on What Think Ye of Christ.
In the evening (he sermon will be the
tlrrd of a series on church work, th
subject being The PaetT and the
church. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone.
Tho pastor will conduct both ser-
ivces in the Methodist church on Son-
day. The subject for the evening will
lie: The Golden Rule, Is it Practicable in Present Day Life? The music
for the morning will be: Anthem,
Come Unto Me; quartette, Raise Me
Jesus, to Thy Ilreast. Evening: Sweet
the Moments (Hall), Miss Walker and
choir; solo, Mrs. Thnrman,
J. M. McGregor, surveyor, of Slocan
City, was in Nelson yesteiday attending the sitting of tjie Supreme court.
lie states that although things are
quiet in the Slocan at present prospects are very good for a lively
spri.ig. The owners of the Republic
group are pushing development on
their claims and are hoping to have a
road built to this property this summer. This property i�� showing up
well, as is also a number of others in
the immedate neighborhood ot Slocan
City.
Chiof Jarvis, of tho police force,
yesterday received the skin and head
of a handsome mountain lion which
had been sent in to him to be disposed
of by Frank Joseph, an Indian, living
near Brooklyn, on Arrow Lako. Three
years ago Brooklyn was one of the
liveliest towns in the Kootenays,
while the railway was building into
the Boundary, nnd tbis week an
Indian shot a mountain lion in the
deserted streets. Tho animal measured 8 feet, '1 inches in length, from
nose to tip of tail,
SCHOOL   BOARD.
A meeting of the school board was
held last evening iu the office of F.
W. Swannell. All the members of the
hoard, with the exception of Dr.
Arthur, weie presont.
The report of the finance committee
calling ior the expenditure of $.1.11.51
for lurnishing and work on the bigh
school was read and adopted.
Applications for insuring the public
and high school buildings wero road
from H. and M. Bird, Ward Bros.,
Chadbourn nnd McLaren, A. Q, Gam-
blo, A, II. Sherwood, B. W. Day, G.
II. Hunter and H. R. Cameron. On
motion of Mr. McKillop, seconded by
Mr. Annable.it was deride that $1,000
insuranco, on each of the two buildings, should be placed with each of
tho eight applicants, amounting in
all to $10,000.
A letter was read from A. Robinson,
superintendent of education, at Viotoria, rogarding tho proposition of the
Nelson board to chauge the time of
the noon recess from an hour to an
hour and one half.stating that a regulation had been paused against tllis as
experience had shown that it wus not
satisfactory. The letter also contained
a very complimentary allusion to the
personnel of the Nelson school   board.
Mr. Sullivan,principal of the public
school, who was present nt the meeting, piescnied a list of books wliioh
re considered as advisable for a
library for the school hy both the inspector and liimsulf. The list was
examined by the members of the board
and approved, after some discusHion,
on [motion of Mr. McKillop, seconded
by   Mr. Annable, tlie sum of |12S was
Is your Hair
worth One Dollar?
It so, buy n bottle of Newbro's Her'si-
cidc ami stop thut danslrull Unit ls
ulowly but surely reuderiug you bald.
NC. WHO'S HERPICIDE
is the only preparation on the market
that really will slop It. fnr It is the
only one that kills tbssnfcrobBat work
on the hair rssot, thus ilestmylnR the
cause aud consequently removing thc
effect.
One trial will convince vou, tho same
as it has this "doubting Thomas":
Han Francisco, C'al.. Iiru. 1. '00.
When 1 bought thin. Isssltlcsl ilerpiclil,'n
few nissnUisago, like the majority ofsssel)
FnparMoni. 1 tnonknl it wmiiil prove a
uke.liiit 1 ma hatspy t.sstaus tliat It cloea all,
and even more, lliiui yoa elalin fur It.  fily
liairia growwff rapidly. BwpMtrouy,
Alp. H. Kelly,21% Uevlsudero St.
For Sale at all First-Class Drug Stores. ���
The profits of the bank have continued to be us satisfactory as during the
preceding two years . After paymont
of the dividend und ot an expenditure
of $56,923.61 in new bank premises, it
has added to the balance carried forward 8133,171.81.
Tho report goes on to say that the
growth of coal mining and coke mak-
img is quite satisfactory und already
the pay rolls of the Nanaimo and
Crow's Nest collieries are foundation
stones in the industrial structure of
British Columbia, although but the
promise of what they mny reasonably
hope to be in the near future. The
president, Mr. Cox, in moving the
adoption of the report at the annual
meeting in Toronto, took occasion to
allude to the good e nditiou of the
bank's finances and to the great
strides that had been made in the
twelve months under review.
A number of men gave orders for
suits to an eastern tailor last week.
You would have saved money if you
had given the Wallace-Miller Co. a
fair show, and your credit if you hud
spent tho money at home.
appropriated from tlio contingencies
estimate,for the purpose of pitroliusing
books for this library, Mr. Swannell
then moved, Hccondod by Mr. Annable,
thut Mr. McKillop and Principal Sullivan be appointed to purchase as
many of tlie boous on the list as wns
possible.
A committee to visit tho public
school was appointed, consisting of
Messrs. Annable and Hall. Mr. Annable will visit tho school next week
and Dr. Hall the week after.
LAND IN LARDO.
Is Said to Be Plenty in the Valley of
���the Lnrdo.
Mr. E. R. Vipond arrived in Kaslo
from Larao on Monday co look into
the matter of obtaining two trails for
the Larno.snys the Kaslo Kootenaiar.
The citizens of that pluce held a meeting on Monday and decided to send
Mr. Vipond down to Kaslo to inquire
after their interest in regard to the
building of trials. They want a ti ail
irom Kaslo to Lardo. This they claim
will be of great benelit lo parties taking in stock and other goods which at
the present time cannot be. shipped
conveniently by boat. It is thought
that about $1,500 could be spent on
this trail during the coming season in
outting out and blazing and the building of a few bridges. They also want
the government to compel the C. I'. R.
to replace the trail which they have
destroyed betweou Lardo and the
Meadows. Mr. Vipond while in town
visited Gold Commissioner Chipman
and presented his ease to him.
Quite a number of new settlers huve
taken up land in the Lardo valley
lately but there is still large tracts of
land open for soltlement. This land
is very heavily timbered, but the wood
token off will pay for the clearing.
To anybody who wants to tako up
lands in thnt district Mr. Vipond will
give all information within his power
aud show them where tho best land is
to be found. Chas. Eck has pre-empted
an 80-acre tract between Putnam and
Murphy and others are at present
looking thc country over.
RAILWAYS OF CANADA.
YOUR   EYES
Why Man You Can't See!
and what are you  waiting
for ?    It is a matter that
shouldreceive our prompt
attention.    Consult
Patenaude Bros.
OPTICIANS.
It won't cost anything to  find  out,
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO.
Paid-up   Capital,   88,000,000)   Reserve   Fund,   92,000,000;
Aggregate Resources Over 865,000,000.
HON. OEO. A. COX, President.      B. li. WALK lilt, General Manager.
London Office: 60 Lombard Stroet, 13. C.
New York Office; 16 Exchange Place.
And 68 branches in Canada and tho Jnlted States, Including i
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Atlin Greenwood Nklson Sandon
Ohanbroor        Kamloopb New Westminster  Vancouveb'
Fernie Nanaimo Rossland Viotoria
YUKON DISTRICT���Dawson and White Horse.
UNITED STATES���New York, SanFranoisoo, Seattle, Portland, Skaowat,
Savings Bank Department.
DepoBlte Reoeived and Interest Allowed.  Present Bate 8 Per Cent
Nelson Branch.
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
�������
THE DOMINION WIRE ROPE CO, Ltd.
MONTREAL
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 Nelson.
NATIONAL
WARE
in China,   with  beautiful  En-
d   Canadian   En
Only a few left.
I SPEG.AL  REDUCTIONS
*      WHILE THEY LAST
��� Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
5 J. J. WALKER
THE JEWELER
S Cor. Bakers Stanley Sts., Nelson
Y. O. GREEN        F. B. CLEMENT,;
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyor*.
Cor. Kootenay s Victoria Sts. Nelson
P. O. Box 145 Telephone 2
SKATING    RINK
OPEN
��� ���
FURNITURE
��� ���
AND
UNDERTAKING
Call and see us and we will use you right and charge,
no exorbitant prices.
D. J. Robertson & Co.
Vernon St., Next New P. O. Building:
A PROSPEROUS YEAR.
Annual Report of Canadian Hank of
Commerce Very Satisfactory.
Tlm report of tlm Canadian Ilnnlt of
Commerce for lhe year shows that tins
bank is in a very Rood oomlitiun. The
deposits showed a steady growth during the year. On May 81st they
amounted to $48,004,581); on Novemlier
30th   hey were   |51,870,885   showing allay chargoablc to capital (89,9'
Hummary of Information in tlio Department's Report.
Ottawa, Feb. 14.���The annual report of the railway department for the
Hscal year, ending .lime ,'iOth last,
showd 18,11011 miles of steam and electric railways completed, of which
1K.H12 miles aro operated, lhe paid up
capital is 11,081,801 ,558,
The gross earning amounted to
178,807,088, and the working expenses
to $88,808,880, leaving not earnings of
twenty-four millions. 180,880,87(1
passengers anil 87,887,808 tons of
freight woru earned in the year.
Nineteen passenger! lost tlieir
lives.
Of the roads constructed, 18,S9I
miles aro steam and 07;", electrio,
The tederal government expenditure
on railway pi lor to and since confederation amounts to $181,550,977 along
with twenty-live millions in subsidies.
The gross earnings of the governmont roads lor the year were $6,11111, ���
3SI, an increase of $439,219, The gross
working expenses wore 85,739,051, an
increase, of $1,078,888, Tlie net loss
therefore on the year's operations was
8588,670, Dnring the Hscal year there
was an addition ot $8,058,818 to the
capital outlay on tho government
railway system, making the total out-
Ill.
surveyed the route tor a railway on
Canadian territory from Edmonton to
Teslin lake shows that these points,
1,240 miles apart, can be connected at
an outlay of 830,05:1,774 with $1,860,-
000 moro fcr equipment by constructing a branch from the confluence of
the Lestoot and Skeena rivers down to
tort Lunfson, 307 miles, this ocean
terminus could bo gained by au outlay ot !fl4,377,440 with $488,100 more
for equipment. A line from Port
Simpson to Teslin lake, 730 miles,
would cost $K8,050,580, with $1,000,-
100 more for equipment. From Teslin
lake water communication is available
down to Dawson, 025 miles distant.
By building 150 miles, howover, from
Teslin lake, communication would be
had at White Horse. The northorly
terminus of tbe White Pass and
Yukon railway, with tho existing
system of river navigation down to
Dawson, 450 miles moro. This lice
would cost with equipment live millions so that the total cost of a road
with equipment fiom Edmonton to
White Horse would bo $43,520,000,
and for a road from Port Simpson to
the same point $34,110,000.
NEW DEPARTURE.
Paris, bob. 14.���Milo. Jeanne de
Villencuve, a government clerk, has
heen appointed secretary of tho French
consulate general in New York. The
appointment marks a new departure
as it is believed to be the first time a
woman has been appointed to a post
in the diplomatio service.
Morrissey; H. A. Kanouse, S. Thorpe
Fernie; E C. Taylor, A. A. Small, .1.
J. McKay, Vancouver; J. A. Dalton,
Shei brooke, Que.; W. B. Wall, Grand
Forks; H. B. Gilmour, Vancouver.
Phair���John McKane, Rossland;
Win. M. Brewer, Victoria; B. L.
Ford, Spokane; J. M.Young, Toronto;
John V. Saunier, Revelstoke.
Queens���D. McLean, Moosejaw; J,
Edwardson, Ymir; T. R. Newman,
Trail; A. McPhail, Sioean.
Madden.���J. ,1. Moore, Revelstoke;
W. Sutton, Kamloops; J. Philips
Grand Forks.
FOR SALE
As a going concern the business carried on by the
EXPRESS   CIGAR
COMPANY
under the management  of the late
A. B. Gray,
Afternoon 3 to
Evening 8 to
Admission 25c.
5-30
0.00
BENNETT'S FUSE.
Be  sure and get the genuine   BENNETT'S GUTTA PERCHA FUSB.not
something that looks  like   it
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.,Agents
A. R. HEYLAND.
P.L.S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
Mineral ilni"��s and mines suiveyed
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
head offioe toronto,  ont.
Money to loon on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to ii. h. LBNNOX. Uukw St.
Helton.
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the highest oasb prioe for all
kinds oi seoond band goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oarperte.
cooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box SOA, Hall
Street, Nelson, B. C.
NOTICE
growth   in six months   of   $3,074,700. 1    A    report   from J. S.   Odwyer,   who
CAN TAKE SOLID FOOD.
Groton, Mass., Feb. 14.���This was
an uneventful dny at Groton school.
Young Rooasevelt has improved very
rapdly and for the flrst time since his
illness he partook of solid food.
SOLDIERS' ADDRESS.
It is notified for the information of
all concerned that the address of memhers of the Second regiment, Canadian
Mounted Rifles, (or Tenth Field hos-
pilal, A. M. 0,i ss the case may be).
Field Force South Africa.
E.  W. G. GARDNER,
Major, Cmdg. M. D. 10.
AT THE HOTELS.
Ilumc ���D. W. Moore, Trail; E.
Hooper, London, Eng.; II. B. Mnck-
loston,   Now     Denver;   E.   G.    Roy,
TENDERS
v, ill he received by the undersigned
up to 12 o'clock noon, Monday,
February 24th, for the stock in
trade and fixtures ofthe above company,   made up as follows ;
Cigars, Domestic      -      $3862.94
Clgirs, Imported     ��� 434-53
Cigars, Imported, ln bond    367-80
Scotch Whiskey, In bond      316.69
4381-96
Fixtures 6 Office Furniture 480-85
Separate Tenders will be received
for the Cigars, Liquor and Fixtures.
TERMS
2 s. per cent cash, balance in a, 4
and 6 months, with approved security with interest.
This is an excellent opportunity
to secure a good paying business.
The stock, books of the Company,
and stock sheets may be inspected
on application to  the  undersigned.
E. B. M'DERMID.
Clcmcnts-Hillyer Block      Liquidator
Sealed Tenders for the erection of a
Floating Boat House for tho Nelson
Boat Club will be received by tho
undersigned up to Saturday the 82nd
day of February, 1002, at 12 o'olook
noon. Plans and specifications can be
seen at the office of Architect George
D. Curtis.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. FRASER,
Secretary Ihe Nelson Bout Club.
Nelson, B. C, Feb. 13th, 11102.
NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT
PURSUANT TO THE "CREDITOR'S
TRUST DEEDS ACT, 1001."
NOTICE IS tlEREBY GIVEN that
J. G. Bunyan and S. (I. Campbell,
trading and oarryiug on business
together as partners, under the firm
name and style uf J. G. , Bunyan ��nd
Co., of Nelson, llritish Columbia.
Furniture Dealers, have by deed of
assignment, bearing dale tho (Ith day
of Fcburary, A. I)., 1002, assigned all
their personal proporty, ical estate,
credits und effects, whioh may be
seized ana sold under execution to
Norman T. Maeleod of the said Cily
of Nelson, accountant in trust, for the
purpose of paying and satisfying rato-
ably and proportionately without
preference or priority all the creditors
of the assignors, tbeir just debts ao
cording to law.
Notice is also hereby given that a
meeting of the creditors of tho said J.
G. Bunyan and S. G. Campbell, is
called for Monday, tho 24th day of
February, A. D., 11102, at the offico of
Elliot and Lennie, solicitors, Baker
St., Nelson, British Columbia, at the
hour of three o'clock in the afternoon,
in pursuance of said act, for tho giving of directions with reference to the
disposal of the said estate.
Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 7th day
of February, A. D. 1002.
N. T. MACLEOD,
Assignee.
Elliot and Lennie,
Solicitors for the Assignee,

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