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Nelson,   British Columbia, Tuesday,  Octobkr 22,  1901
Eleventh   Year
THE GERMANS
AGITATED
Chun,   son of
born in 1884.
Prince Tuan.    He  was
Discuss Means of Shutting
Oui American Competition,
European   Defenslvo   Tariff
Union Suggested as a
Weapon.
lierlin, Oct. 22.��� Tho Band der
JnJiistriclleii held a general meeting
here today at which was -Jiscussed the
"American danger" and the "new
German tariff." The general secretary o( the Bund, Dr. Wendlandt,
ilewribcd tim Amciicnn danger as extremely grave end said that the Ger-
inniifl were, fully conscious of this
ilmif-er. He quoted figures Bhowiug
Hie extraordinary growth of exports
from the United Stntcs to (lormuny
anil tlio decline in the movement of
(roods in the opposite direction, and
complained that the aveinge of duties
imposed by the United States is 50
por cent, while that of Germany is
only Hi por cent. A further hardship,
lie added, li the inquiring of a declaration nf invoices before a consul, thus
giving Americans possession of the
liu.siimi'RS interests of the Herman
market, He asserts that the United
States government maintained detectives in Uurmaii.v for the purpose of
discovering trade secrets and undervaluations ami cited the case of a fao-
tory in .Saxony whicli had been tuiued
thereby.
Rcforring to President Itoosovelt'a
reported wish to come to terms with
Germany, the speaker said: Ger-..
ninny's best policy will he to wait for
tlio Americans to come to us and tben
to letorniinc tile removal of the worst
Injustices anil annoyances before we
begin a lixed treaty. Germany should
icfnse to act until the United States
reduces the duties below 20 per   cent.
Discussing the remedies at Germany's disposal, Dr. Wendlandt said
tlio chief one was the tariff, an io-
craiFe of which absolutely roust be
applied. This, ho declared, would
bring America to her senses and count-
erftot tbe boundless despotism of
tinsts. He recommended the forma
tion of a central European customs
union against the United States and,
admitting the great difficulties io tbe
way of this, declared that if it should
inovo impossible, then a committee
slinnld he made to treat American
goods differently from those of other
countries. Other speakers warned
hearers   against   a   tariff   war
IMPETUOUS
MANCHURIAN CONVENTION.
London, Oct. 22.���A summary of
the Manchurlan convention which Li
Hung Chang and M. Lessar, KnSsian
minister at Pekin. are negotiating is
telegraphed by the Shanghai correspondent of the Standard. Accoiding
to tbia Russia agrees to return to
China tbe three provinces of Lino
Tnng, Klrin and del Lung Knili,
north of Sunga river and to withdraw
the Russian troops from Liao Tung
duiing the oi ncnt year and fiom tho
otbar two provinces gradually within
two years Obina agrees to employ
Russian offlcern to drill the Mancliu
troops of Seng Chi, the Tartar general
of Mukden. Tills convention is so
favorable to China that it ia considered probable that another agreement
exists which la still kept secret.
38RD   DEGREE MASONS.
Celebrate the Centenary of the Mother '
Council of the World.
Waahington, Oct. 2).���The Supreme
Couneil of tbe 33rd degree of the
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of
Freemasonry for thc Southern jurisdiction of tba Unite! States, the
mother council of the world, met
today In biennial session. The gathering marks tbe centennial celebration
of the council whleb was established
in Charleston, South Carolina, in
May, 1801, the actual recognition of
the uentinniary being deferred until
now to ba co-exic'.ent with the unveiling of a monument to the late General Albeit Hike, long Soveieign
Grand Commander. The feature of
today's session was the allocution
delivered hy Rev. Mr. Richardson, of
Tennessee, the Lieutimnr.t-Urnnd
Commander and acting Sovtirlgn
Grand Commander. The allocution,
among otber things, laid down an
important iuling thnt a member of a
foreign jurisdiction cannot become a
member of tha jurisdiction beie without severing his connection with the j*
former. Tbe allocation closed with
an impressive tribute to the late President McKinley as president and a
brothel mason. Tho election wili
occur tomorow. Mr. Richardson,
undoubtedly wiil be elected Soveieign
Grand Commander.
BOTJRASSA
ALL ACTING
IN UNISON
Denounces the South African
War and  Ridicules
Chamberlain.
Stands for Imperial Connection and Against Annexation,
Montreal, Oct. 21.���Mr. lloniassa,
M. P., for Labelle, whose r.ttitnde on
the South African contingents gained
him much not.'iiety. was tho princi:
pal speaker at a meeting tonight,
held to celebrate the anniversary of
the pioneer newspaper There was a
large attendance. J. A. Chicoyne, M.
L. A., for Wolfe, presided. Bonr-
assa's subject was Great llritain and
(���lunula. He took occasion to make
a violent a luck on Great Britain for
her action in South Africa He said
it was unjustifiable and due to Chamberlain und a few others. He ridiculed Chainbetlain and the Royal
family, and said tbo war had shown
now weak Great Britain really was,
England's anny was worthless and it
was not known what the navy was
worth as it bad not been tried. No
nation was now afraid of Great
Britain. He denounced tho acceptance of titles by Canadians and said
the constitution should he so amended
as to prevent Canadians from accepting Imperial honors. Ue believed tha
connection should be maintained
between Canada and Great Britain
but did not believe in independence or
annexation as the latter would be
death   to the French nioi*.
Turkey   Must   Respect
Treaties and  Obligations.
All
Other Nations   Will   Bring
Order Out of Chaos
There.
.TRAGIC END OF DAVIN.
Paris, Oct. 12--The fact that France
has not yet employed coercive measures to enforce a settlement of the
Lorando claim hy Turkey is due to
the unsettled condition of the interior
of that conntry. It is feared that suoh
action might bring about the disruption of Turkey. The miRgoverninent
of Macedonia, tho excesses committed
in Armenia and the dissatisfaction in
tbe island of Crete, have reached such
a point as to constitute a menace of
pence. The powers acting on the
initiative of Russia and France are
now discussing the basis of an understanding for joint representations to
thi porte, and for eventually obliging
the Sultan not only to carry out the
clauses of the tionty of Berlin rotating
to Macedonia and Armenia, but to
give guaiantees for fuither reforms
and tbe settlement of numerous pending Questions. The opportunity will
he taken to seek a fresh solution of
the Cretan question. Russia appears
tq have sounded Germany on the subject and the adhesion of Austria and
Italy is considered certain. It is be
lieved that Lord Salisbury, who proposed the Armenian reforms of 1894,
will suppoit the projected action.
France iu tlie meanwhile does not
intend to waive ner rights of forcing
her present clniins.
Review declares that Ontario ia not
justifying the confident anticipations
of three years ago on tbe soore of gold
productions. The last three years
bave seen much recklessness In promotions, dubious ventures for which
Ontario <s now suffering. In Ontario
the output of silver showed better
results than that of any other metal.
Lord Alfred Douglas, second sen of
the Maiquia of Queensbury, is in
town. He is going to the Pacific
joast on a trip.
GRAND FORKS NOTE8.
Dr. Holnen Visits Granby   Company's j
Properies.    Building Active.
Grand Forks, Oot 21.���Dr. Thos.
VV. Holden, a Philadelphia stockbroker has been in the Boundary for
several days past inspecting the
properties of the Granby company In
whicli he is a large shareholder. He
visited Phoenix in company with B.
N. Galer, the autiug manager in the
absence of Messrs. Graves and
Flumerfelt.
Wm. Minion, acting aa agent, has
located live ooal claims on the cast
fork of the north fork of Kettle river.
Judge Leamy bas rendered a
decision declaring the oivic laundry
by-law ultra vires. The measure was
directed against Chinamen with the
intention of making them adopt sani
tary and hygienic regulations in their
washhouses.
Forty-two carloada of rails for the
Republic & Grand Forks railway are
expected hore this   week.
The Surprise mine near Nelson,
Wash., wiil shortly begin the shipping of ure to the Granby smelter.
It. A. Brown, manager of the Sunset mine has retumed from a trip to
the Similakmeen, accompanied by II.
A. Hannington, of this oity.
No little activity is prevailing in
buiicing circles. About fifteen private
dwellings as well as three stores are
under construction.
HORSEFLY
DIQGINGS
Fifty  Men   Leave   Ashcroft
for thc New Placer
Discoveries.
In
tholr
with the United States since that
country can easily get from other
eonntriea what it imported from Ger-
Bally, while Germany would he nn*
able to do the same. The Bond
adopted resolutions favoring the paas-
�������' ol a tanIV bill after dropping tbe
double system of dutios on griln in
order that Germany may have new
duties fur Ihe securing of advantageous trade relations wiili the United
Stales, The liund also recommended
���li��t the plan tor an European customs
union against the United States be
inrlhor considered.
*-'U00SIN3 CHINESE HEIR:
Russia
to
Pekin
tlnnno
di
Apparently   Giving   Way
China in Manchuria.
Oct. 21.���A   new heir   to the
vill lie appoiuted when the
"���wager Empress meets Princo Ching
��nd several of the viceroys at Kai
Witt, the capital of the province of
Hunan, where there will be a general
Olseusalnp of affairs of the empire.
���������������Is is believed to he authentic aa it
W"s rei*ivod from high officials. The
Prosent hair has proved to be dissipated and uncontrollable. Moreover,
^ls father's status as a banished
P'l-iw makes his succssion contrary
'o Uilnese traditions.
'���'���'" candidate of the empress ia anld
be 16lt_e,a nephew of Prince Tuan,
"n�� Is intellectually weak. ne par-
'"-���Plted in the Iloxer aggressions,
Personally leading the attack on the
"""���I* cathedral. The reform faction
"'""PPtoves of tne selection and sng-
*"���� >bat tho powers oppose it if tho
J?""*** ��,5he9 to carr, it out.
���no e Chitig   stnrta ahout November
CASE WAS DISMISSED.
Rossland, Oct. 21.���Engineer Black,
of the Le Roi company, was befoie
the police magistrate this morning
for committing a severe and unprovoked assault on one Irving: Black
expressed sorrow for what he had
done and Irving good nnturedly
agreed to let tbe matter drop. Black
agreed to pay the doctor's bill and
also for the damaged clothing and tho
couit dismissed the charge.
The Evening World reports that 20
of (he men working for the Lo Roi
applied for and got their time thiB
morning,notwithstanding tbe efforts
of Assistant Managor Thompson to induce them to remain.
A CHANCE FOR OTHERS.
New York, Oct. 21,���Sir Thomas
Lipton today doniud that he has any
intention of challenging for America's
onp next year. Re will wait to see if
any other British sportsmen desire
to have ��� chance but it would ba. im
possible to get a boat ready for next
year. Shamrock will, however, remain on this side the water and enter
in any raoe that oomes up.
NO LIGHT ON THE LIGHT.
Montreal, Oct. 21.���Mayor Prefon-
taine today refused to authorize the
investigation into Aid. Clurihuo's
claim that an attempt had been made
to bribe him in connexion' with
awarding the electrio light contract.
The mayor said that Ald.Clerinue had
neglected to make specific charges.
The connoll referred the matter to the
oity attorneys.
Fit of Melancholy Be Shoots
Himself at Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, Oct. IB.��� Nicholas Flood
Davin, journalist mul parliamentarian, of Hegina, committed suicide in
his room at the Clarendon hotel yes
terday. He had been somewhat
irregular in his linnita lately, and
shortly after noon went to a hardware
store and purchased a revolver and
cartridges. Later ho returned and
said the revolver would rot work.
The dealer, noticing his nervous eondition, gave him back his money. He
then went to another store and bought
one. Returning to the hotel, be told
the clerk that be was leaving for
home. Be then went to his room and
in a lew minutes a shot was heard.
On investigation it was found that he
had put thc murUe of the weapon in
his mouth and fired. Dcutli had been
instantaneous.
Ottawa, Oct. 21.��� The funeral of the
late Nicholas Flood Davin took place
this afternoon and was not largely
attended. Hon. J. G. Haggai., was
tlie only well known politician
pyesent.
"      CHINAMAN'S REVENGE.
(srmciAi. to tub iuiukii.i
Vancouver, Oct. 21.���Word was
received here that Ah Lay, a Chinaman residing at Nicola Lake committed suicide in order that a charge
of murder might be brought against
his enemy, Ah Hung. Ah Lay made a
dying statement charging Ah Hung
with indicting fatal wounds on him.
Ah Hung has proved nn alibi.
L. Grimme of Vanoouver, just back
from South Africa, brings a bullet
with him that struck a rock above
his head and knocked his head gear
off.
ELECTRIC LIGHT   MATTERS.
1st f
nl tho
Feng.
"WI here to act as grand marshal
��*urt on its   journey   from Kal
-The  heir to tbe Ibrooe ia P*
WILL DIE NEXT MONDAY.
Albany, N. Y., Oot. 21.���Preparations are being made for the electrocution of Czolgosz whioh Ib expected to
take place on Monday next. Only 2G
witnesses will be allotted, of whom
the only one so far named is the
sheriff of Erie county. Dr. Carlos F.
Macdonald, the noted specialist on
insanity, will perform the autopsy.
MOUNTED MEN WANTED.
London, Oct.22.���The Dally Express
learns that Lord Kitchener has  wired
an urgent demand to the war office for
more trained mounted men.
NO WORD FROM ENVOYS.
Constantinople, Oct. 21.���The
olli *inl.H of the United Statos legation
are still without news from thc missionaries who aro seeking to make
arrangements with the abductors of
Miss Stone and her eompai ion Mme.
Tsilka. It is regaided as probable
that the missionaries will use
nearest telegraph only when
terms of the ransom aro
how it shnll he sent.
MINING IN CHICAGO.
Rich Strike After Running a Long
*c osscut Tunnl.
Chicago, Oct. 21.���Burglars last
nigbt stole ,?G,litis wortli of stamps
from the Cnicago postotlice and escaped without leaving the slightest trace
or clue. A tunnel, which had taken
more than a week to complete, wus
run from the rear of the building and
a hole was then drilled through the
bottom of the wholesalo stamp vault.
There were ninety-seven Pinall holes
arouud the square plate cut out, and
some of the drilling looked several
days old. The stamp vault was only
six feet way from tho cashier's vault,
which contained over 83(10,000 in cash.
The latter had evidently been the
objective point.
Tost Offioe Inspectoi Stuart said : "It
was the largest stamp robbery every
cemmitted in the histoly of the postal
seiviue in this country To get to
the vault the men dug through the
brick foundation wall and a hundred
feet or so fuither on they encountered
another wnll and this also they dug
through. On the way they met with
a number of pipes and as the floor is
but two feet and in some places tbree
fret above the gronnd thoy tunneled
under the pipes. Their whole course
is plainly marked in this way. Thc
wholesale stamp vault, like the
onshler's vault and the money order
vault, is supported by a brick wall.
It forms a squaro and before the robbery wns air-tight. In this the robbers broke two boles possibly to
secure more air for the place undoubtedly was very foul, or lo have an
extra place of egress in case of discovery. For light they used a dry battery, one of which thoy left behind.
The bnlttery and the wagon tracks
are tbe only clues wo have at
present."
ONTARIO GOLD MINES.
Ground Is Shallow But $20
a Day per Man Can Be
Made.
fixed
the
the
and
TOPPER SAILS THURSDAY
London. Oot.21.���Sir Charles Tupper
sails   Thursday   by   tbe Tuisian   **--
Canada.
for
SHORT SESSION.
Toronto,   Oct.   21.-Premier
Ross
stated today that it was Iho intention
of the government to hold a session
|��if tho legislature early in January.
The premier expects prorogation before April lit. '
Money Market Review Criticises
Results and Soores Now Company.
Toronto, Oct.21.���The Evening Telegram's London oablc snys: Tho Money
Market Ruview containing particulars
of the British Ontario Gold mining
company, says that it is by no means
encouraging tc would-be investors and
points out that thu gold mining run
by English companion has not been a
success. The Roviow says thnt the
record of the diiectors has been so
unfortunata from a joint stock company standpoint thnt we should hesitate beforo entrust!ug them with the
control of a mining company. Commenting  on   Ontario,     tha    Mining
Proposed Bylaw to Be Considered by
tbe Council on Thursday Night.
At the meeting of the oity council
last evening all the members with the
exception of Alderman Irving, who is
Skill in the east, were present. The
report of the finanoe oommittee ior
the week was read and approved, thc
accounts totaling $757.01.
A letter was read trom the general
relief committee of the Extension
mines, asking for relief foi thc
families of the miners who bad been
killed lu the recent disaster in the
mine. The letter was ordered to bo
filed.
A petition was read form the residents of Mill Btreet, block 39, asking
for a six foot sidewalk instead of the
present three foot one. The matter
was referred to the board of works.
It was decided to lay a six inch
water main from Stanley #to Ward on
Vernon. Thn opening of the lane
between tbe Miner ollice and the Hume
hotel to connect with Ihe piesent
lane and Ward erect was ordered
stnrtod at onoe. A trestle biidge will
be built across the ravine, tbe planking from thc city wbarf to be used for
the purpose.
Alderman Paterson called attention
tu the log jam on Cottonwood creek
about two miles above tbe city, and
made a motion to the effect that thc
jam be removed as a measure of protection to tba eUy wuter pipe. Tne
motion was seconded by Alderman
Selous and oart ied.
A petition signed bv Charles A.
Waterman and others asking that the
city secure extra power from the Bon*
nington Falls Power oompany was
read.
On motion of Alderman Paterson
seconded by Aldennan Scions the
petition was received. Tha by-law to
givo effeot to the petition was lead
the first time by title.
" The city solicitor, who was present,
stated that the propositions aa originally given could not be received as the
couneil was unable to go into the
paitnershlp with any corporation as
the adoption of the percentage system
would mean, and as to the otbar tbe
present council oould not fix any
settled rates with the power company
as thut was a matter wherein this
power oeaaed with their term of oflice.
Objections were taken by tbe aldermen to a number of tbe provisions
contained in the proposed agreement
and tlie omission of others, so that
it was arranged that a revised form of
agreement should be made out and
each alderman provided with a copy.
For this purpose the council
adjourned to meet on Thoiaday evening, when tbe by-law will be fully
considered.
Ashcroft, Oct. 2l.���R, T. Ward, just
in from the Horsefly, states that the
now strike is about HI, miles from
Harper's camp on the North foik of
the Horsefly river. He saw and
talked with the party of men lhat
made tho discovery and wbo all returned to thc new discovery at oneo
after procuring supplies. The party
ot six men had but one gold pan and
spent only two days on the ground.
They had no food remaining, and had
tu travel some distance before stiik*
ing a camp whore they could get anything to oat. Tlie paity bad about
two ounces of gold about like coarse
grains of powder, somo pieces being
ten cents or more. Thoy state that
they did not try a pan of gravel wbieli
they failed to givo at least five cents
and they got as high as .,'1 per pan.
They state that the ground in most
planes is shallow and thnt it in safely
J50 a day ground. The cicek was by
them named Empire creek. So far two
creeks; both good,were prospected aod
tbey believe there is a large section of
placer ground to be opened up.
About 50 mon have gone In, so far, a
party leaving Ashcroft today. Tho
strike is only about ISO miles from
Ashcroft, if a trail were made in via
Can'im Lake;ao it is tlie ground can bo
reiehed in five or six days from Ashcroft. It is not expected thnt much
can be dono in tho way of prospecting
or staking after about two or throe
weeks more, but early next spring
will see a rush of mon to thu Horsefly
placers.
The Ashcroft Journal has sent up a
representative to get all of tho facts
ns to the richness ami extent of the
placers. So far as can be. ascertained
the best nnd qnicltust way of reaching
tbe mines is from Ashcroft.
THE FATAL FROG.
A Promising Young Nelson Mao
Killed on Lardo Railway.
Ou Sunday afternoon a serious accident took placo in tlie railway yards
at Lardu, which caused the death of
a young man named Drirkeu, son of
Conduotor Durkce, who for some time
ran on the line between Nelson and
Procter.
Mr. and Mrs. Durkce, with the son
who was killed resided for somo years
in Nelson, but with the Completion of
tbe first section of the Lanio lino
moved up to the head of tbo lulie and
took up their residence at Lardo,
where Mr. Durkco hud been transferred to act as conductor on the new
line. The son who was 17 years of
age had wished to follow railroading
as a trade and having secure,I a position as a brakciiiun commenced work
on Sunday. Ill the afternoon ot his
fiist day ho was assisting tu make up
a train which was going out and
while changing a snitch his right
foot was caught in a frog and the
train which was nanking down wnu
on him before he could get the foot
looso. Thc whole nf his right leg was
terribly mangled and he was dragged
under the wheels for soim* distance
before the train could be stopped,
A message was at once sent ��o
Kaslo and the lug Hercules with llr.
Ilartiu on board started up to Lardo.
Oo its ariivnl young Ilurkee was
placed on boaid .ind taken lo h'aslo
and to tho hospital, uml all that wns
possible was done for him. The leg
was amputated close to tbe body but
his injuries wero too serious, as he
succumbed nt 'I o'clock on Monday
morning. The family came from St.
Paul, Minn., to Nelson abont four
yoara ago.
MACEDONIANS IMPLICATED.
London, Oot. 22.���Tho idea tint tbo
cnptuie of Miss Stone originated wit),
tbe Manndnnian committee Ib corroborated, according to the Vionna correspondent of tho Ilally Mail, hy tht fact
that numerous Macedonians in Sofia
have olfeied to mediate witb tbo
brigands. f
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EXPERTS DISCREDITED.
There is a growing disposition on
the part of the judiciary to discredit
the tstimony of experts in civil and
criminal oaees, as it is considered
that scientific men, like the rest of
mankind, nre prone to take sides in
any cause that, may come up. As s
result of his tbey oppose each other in
the witness box, nccorriing to which
side they nre retained, and swear
diametrically against each other.
This has been so much the cane that
they arc looked upon in many Instances, with considerable distrust,
being retained in cases the same
as the attorneys ��ro and seem to
tuke just as much interest in aiding
the side whioh they represent as
Iho regulnrly paid attorney. Courts
have denounced them time and again,
but Judge McMabon a short time
since did it most forcibly, when he
told tho Jury, after they had listened
to opinions of nearly forty experts at
the trial of Gerald Sifton fot the
murder of his father that their evidence was of "no oonseqnence, " and
inut they might eliminate it entirely
from the esse. The qnestiun was as
to whether the deceased came to his
death from wounds inflated on the
head witb an axe ot by a fall from
the loft   of a barn.
The New York Supreme oourt hail
just granted a new trial to Roland
II. Molincux, under sentence of death
for the alleged poisoning of Mrs.
Katciinc J. Adams, principally because the testimony of experts In
handwiriting in the oase was illegal.
The pacakge which contained tho
poison was addressed in band writing
which a cloud of experts declared to
be that of Molineux. Testimony of
other experts was used in rebuttal
but the conviction of Molincux was
secured cn thc general resemblance of
the handwirting on the package to
thnt of the the accused, whioh seems
to be small ground on whioh to
declare a man guilty of murder in the
first degree.
These two caseB serve to show the
ineffectiveness of expert testimony.
If testimony in this line whicb is
not biased could be aeoored it would
serve tbe ends of justice, but the
difficulty is that the experts become
parts nnd parcels of both the prosecution snd the defense and this de*
stroys the value of their testimony.
It, therefore, mme often defeats than
aids the ends of justice, as adroit
attorneys make some trilling
point apparently the main Issue and
so befog the minds of the juiymen
Hint they lose sight of that portion of
thc evidence thut Is really paramount,
and thc icsult is often a disagreement
like thnt whioh resulted In tbe Sifton
case. In thc Molineaux case Irregularities were allowed to creep In
while taking the expert testimony
which compelled the Supreme couit to
declare that it was Illegal. In thc two
cases it is very probable tbat tne
accused will finally secure acquittals,
or he tried on lesser oharge than
murdct in the lirst degree, as
already such an outcome is spoken of
in tbo Molinoux oase. The remedy
would be perhaps to pass a law prohibiting thc introduction of expert
testimony In criminal cases, except
that which is necestary. These **10uld
lie evidence as to what caused death,
nr where poison wss used, tho evi
deuce of the iinalytloul chemist who
made thu analysis.
DRY GOODS
The best which art can produce and money can  purchase,
is now ready for your inspection.
Novelties of All Kinds
Stylish Goods in every shade and  make for evening wear,
Sequin    Robes,
Good Values.
Dreams   in  Embroideries,  Facts
From the Kitchen to the Ball Room and from  the cradle
to the grave, we have everything you can possibly require.
PRICES RIGHT-
TELEPHONE    NO.   13.
Hudson's Bay Oompany.
N. F. UAVIN's CAKKER.
Niiholas Flood flavin's career oame
to a melancholy close at Winnipeg on
Friday evening when he put down the
curtain of life with his own hand,
and ended what at one timo promised
ti be n brilliant career. At the outset
there seemed to be no heights which he
was not capable of reaching- He wus
gitted with more than ordinary intellect and this was sharpened at the
common schools of Ireland, his native
land, in college and university and
by subsequent study for the bar, He
was war correspondent fcr the London
'rimes and London Standard dnrlng
the Franco- 1'russinn war and was
wounded at the Beige of Montmedy.
He WM called to the lCnglish bar, the
Ontario bar, waB a barrister of the
Northwest territories and appointed
(,'. C. by tho Dominion government In
SUM.   He was given several important
commissions by thn Dominion government including one to the United
States to Inquire into the system of
the management of the Indian industrial schools and went .to Manitoba to
take evidonco as to the best location
'or snch schools and on his report the
present admirable system of educating
Indian children was based. He was
secretary of the Royal commission
appointed respecting the C. P. R. iu
1880-81, and secretary of thc Royal
commission appointed to Inquire into
the matter of Chinese immigration. In
addition he was an author of ability
and published a number of works, in
eluding "Irishmen in Canada,"
"Eos, an Epio of the Dawn and other
Poeius." "The Fair Orit, " "Hritish
versus American Civilization," "Tbo
Earl of lloiiconsllehl," "Culture und
Practical Power," ''Ireland and the
Empire," "Franoe and Germany,"
eto. He established thc Regina
Leader in March, imm:i, and many
brilliant articles from his pen appeared in that publication. He had literary ability of a brilliant order and
his articles abounded In apt similes
aud he oould be humorous or satirical
aa the spirit moved him.
lie was first relumed fur Commons
for West Assiniboia constituency at
tho general election of 1891 and also
at the general oleotions, 1896. He
was defeated by Mr. Scott in 1900. In
polities he was a Conservative, waB a
strong believer in the future of the
west and favored a liber tl policy fot
its development. He visited this section In l'.K)(i and spoke is several of
thc larger towns.
Mr. Davin was an eloquent orator
and shone not only on the publio
plntform but in the House of Commons. Ho combined unusual literary
ability with an aptitude for business
and material affairs, making a combination which ib not often found in
one individual. Like many another
brilliant and capable man he lacked
oiily a little of being great. ilis
social and convivial habits were probably tho main reason why he did not
reach the higher goals which he evidently started for at the commencement of his career, and these foibles
earned to excess doubtless led, during
temporary mental depression, to self
slaughter, and thus a career which
might have been muoh more useful
than it was came to a mournfui
finale.
able to bring about a reversal of this
condition of nflalre. lt is only by
doing as tlie oolliers of East Kootenay
are doing that the balance of trade
can be turned in the right direction
in favor of Canada. Canada must sell
all she can of her raw and manufaot
ured products to the Americans aod it
is a mere matter of lime when they
will be purchasing moro from ub than
we are from them.
A HOOD RULING.
B. C. COAL IN WASHIGNTON.
Coal from the deposits of East Kootenay Is boing exported to Spokane
whcio it comes into competition witb
the domestic product from ltoslyn and
othei collieries. The ooal is shipped
from tho collieries of East Kootenay
via the llonner's Perry route and hS6
to traverse a considerable portion of
the way over the tracks of the Canadian Pacifio railway. The Great
No-'thern ,is building a branch from
its main.line from JunningB, Mont.,
into the, EaBt Kootonay coal fields
which will be finished 'in abont six
months. As the coal sent to Spokune
can be handled ni,caper when this
tiraiieh road is finished it iu certain
tbat much more of it will be marketed in Spokane and adjoining places
than at present. It is a much bettor
article than the latter ooal and
will, in time, therefore, to a large
extent, drive the Washington product
almost entirely out of.the field so fur
us tbe ensturu portion of toe state is
concerned. It will be dilllcult for it
to get Into the-western part of Washington owing to the expensive haul
over the mountains and the plentiful
supply of coal of n fairly good quality
coining from collieries ou the wost
slope of the cascade mountains.
The balance of Canada'B trade with
the United States Is in favor of the
latter country but the enterprising
people of tbis country   should soon be
A ruling by thc Minister of the
Interior in relation to the water
power of the Winnipeg river should
be of considerable interest and importance in liritisli Columbia which
has a wealth of energy of this kind
waiting to be developed. Tbe ruling
is equitable as it is opposed to the
holding of power by speculators when
not utilized. The matter at issue, tho
water powers on tbe Winnipeg river,
was so important (hat it was accorded
close consideration. Officials of the
department had reported ou all the
details to the minister and he bas put
the stamp of his appioval to the
report. Iu effect the report is that
the lands, whleh are still ln the
hands of the department, will be
grouped In snch a way that tbe pur
chasers of the last group shall bave
one water power, and aa far as possi
ble no more than one shall go to a
single company. Tbe lands necessary
for eaoh water power shall be leased
upon condition that within a certain
period, to be fixed, the water shall
be substantially developed, after
which the applicant may acquire the
title. If the water power is not developed within thc stipulated period
the land is to revert back to the
crown. The idea is tu prevent use of
tbe water power for specnlative
purposes on thc part of water
powor mongers. It Ib to the in-
teiest of the commonwealth to have
tbe power developed am' the intention is to keep them from tho possession of thowi -who might hinder such
development. The aetion of the Minister of tho Interior is worthy of commendation.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Mr. A. W. Smith, M. L, A., is apparently becoming weak in the knees,
saya the Vanocuver World. His condemnation of the Dunsmuir-Martiu-
Brown unholy compact was strong
enough only a short time ago, but now
it la given to the Lillooet Prospector
to say: " We have authority from
Mr. Smith to state that so long as the
Dunsmuir Government woiks, as it
has in the past, for the good of the
province in general, and for tha welfare of West Lillooet, ho will remain
a faithful supporter of he same,"
With Mr. Smith it Is apparently not a
quostion of principle at all, but wbat
can be got for Wost Lillooet district as
the purchase puce of his vote and
Bupport.
BRAIN-FOOD NONSEN8E.
Another ridiculous food fad has "neon
branded by tho most competent
authorities. They have dispelled the
billy notion that one kind of food is
needed for brain, anothor for muscles,
and still another for bones. A cor
rect diet will not only nourish a particular part of tho body, but it will
sustain every other part. Yet, however good your food may be, its nutriment is destroyed by indigestion or
dypepaia. You must prepare for their
ppearance or prevent their coming by
aking regular doses of Green's August
1* lower, tho tavontc medicine of the
healthy millions. A few doses aids
digestion, stimulates the liver to
healthy action, purifies the blood nnd
makes you feel buoyant and vigorous
You can get Dr C. G. Green's reliable
remedies at W. F. Toetzel Sc Co 's
Get Green's Spoein! Almanac.
Lipton's   Tea   is   a winner.    Pure
finest flavor, and first package tea pu.
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OF iniTATlONS
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White Pine and Tar
Cures Coughs and Colds
Beware   of  the   "just   as
good" kind.    Insist  on  getting the genuine C. D. & B
Compound  Syrup  of White
Pine and Tar.
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
LUipW..
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.
Mill at PILOT BAY. Tarda, NELSOU
und LAW .O.
HEAD OFFICE:  NELSON
J. A. mWARD.
TheDAILTMHTER
WILI. UK  DKLIVKIUCI) TO
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning immediately
on arrivol of steamer, at the
rato of       ,
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions to be left
wilh the agent,
D. J.  YOUNG.
GALT COAL
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
hand.
Kates to all railway and
lake points
W. P. TIERNEY,
r i  m General ASent'
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors west
C.P.R. offices.
N. E. T. CO.
Reduction in service, takjng place
Sunday 29th inrtant. 40 minute
service before 11 a.m. and after
7.40 p. m.   20 minutes between.
TIME TABLE,
I__kimi��w B Waaler W.
7* ��o a. m.
8.00
i.40
__20
13. OO
U.40
11.00
11.20
Every 20 minutes  Between, at the
Hour, 20 past and 20 to.
ii_ki,si.,m n
7.00 a
7.40
8,20
9.00
9.40
10.20
II.OO
11.20
7.20 p m
7.40
8.20
9.00
9.40
10.20
lat. rai
HUllI**.  St
7<2o p. m.
3.00
I40
}.ao
10,00
1040
'ast car to switch
10 CENTS
10 TICKETS 50 CrNTS
A. V. MASON.
A. R. HEYUND,
P. L. S.
KASLO.   B.  C.
Mioe9_| _l,;���,- aod miness,Mveyed.j
0\i\
We arc doing* the Blanket Trade of Nelson.
See values. Every pair full weight and prices
right.
We duplicated our
Jackets and ....
Tailor-Made  Suits
They arc a success.     Every garment a model
Our stcck of Gloves, in Kid and Wool, are fully assorted.
An exceptionally nobby thing is a Silk Lined Kid Glove, warm
and not clumsy, just Ihe thing for cold weather.
It will pay you tn see our Wool before buying elsewhere.
Underwear, Vests, Drawers, and Combinations, all sizes.
MARTIN O'REILLY
8 CO.
M Cosmopolitan Patterns, All Patterns 15c each
$XU-r<K.fcXXX^_^XXt^
THE DOMINION WIRE ROPE 00, Ltd.
MONTREAL
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tarmways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
EL E- CROASDAILE Ageut Nelson-
��4HI#4NM��^��#����t����^MMMMMH(**-ft��*
J. G. BUNYAN & 60.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
IRON AND BRASS BEDS
We have the Largest [and Finest
Assortment in the city.
.��**&**fc#*-#$��i��$#��*.*#*-fc-$-**-
ASHNOLA
The new Ooal City id owned hy the Similkameen Valley Ooal Company,
Limited; who havo placed oue thoneand Kits on the market lit the following
prices: from $5(1 to 8225, oUo fourth cash, balance three, nix and nine moutl"1.
without Interest
Thero is nlso a small block of the lirst. one hundred thontniid shares remain
to he sold at 35c, 5c. a shine down, balance ln six monthly payments. Whw*
these are sold the shares w|U bo advanced to $1 each by Hie Oonrtpany.
The Company 'a land, including the townsite of Ashnoln, is nuderlaid with ��
least three fine aeauis of coking, steam and furnncn eoal. The Oompnny nl"0
own the water rights and at least .5,000,0-0 feet of line Umber. All the above
is owned by tbe one Company, and every shareholder will participate in IM
prolits accruing from thc sole of nny ot the above moiitioiiod property.
A full force of men are bow at work and will be kept on continually during
the year.   For further -information apply to.
R. J. STEEL, Ofltaal Broker, Nelson, B- 0-
Or Vedder & Ounningam, Greenwood, B. fi. j J. K. Ohnroh, Vlotorln, B. 0. i W
W. Fellows, Sandon, B. 0.; C. E. Donglas"Vancouver, B. 0.
Sc-,
J- 0. GWILLIM, B-,
MINING ENGINEER.
Late of Geological Survey of Can*
ada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. B.
B*. 0. GHEMJ        F. S. OtdiMENTH
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil engineer* and I'ro*  odal Laud
Surveyor*.
1'* O. Box 148 N _ on, B.C.
Certificates of Improvements
Notice.  ',
�����iPeiMr SilTel' BcBf -v*94 "���"few Mineral claims, rtjofi in the Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenny District.
m,I f1'6 J��."IS���-NeBr   h����d   ol   the
Beaui-hamn ��rr0B """ J' Th<-<"-*0.*e
Beaucliamp, actiog as agent for fi. T.
inHT 7 Mn.ert- 0-��'"fle��teNo. B6USKIG
Sate NA inaiSSS' f.''ee miMT'�� w*M-
fran��� No. B60588, intend sixty days
H|�� tb,'date hereof  to  apply  to  the
pronv'e__ennrd^.,0r ft -*��*.!?
provemouls for the purpose of  obtain.
ind .ZiHni. 1 ��* thfl ab0V8 *������-������'������
under, ,t*ler*-"ke notieu 'bat notion,
befo��� ,l0tT 37> ,n,,st b<!  eomoiMioed
ofX���h^reo'B,,cUcertifl^
Dated  Una 5th day  of September,
Kootenay Hallway and Na?-
Company, Ltd.
OpamUnft
KASLO lc SLOGAN RAILWAY,
INTKI-NATIONAL NAV. (fc WAD WI W*
ShorUwt, and qulokost route to iho oast awi.?!'
points on tlio O. It. tc r��� and Nprtlioni I ��
clflo Kailways lu Wa.Uii_|*-da, Orm-Oii a*'"
Southern titaUs.
Time Card Effective August 1. H<"
Kaslo & Slocan By-
SiSOa. m.Lv.
10:55 p.m. Ar.
(Kaslo
gaudon
Ar. 1*00 p.���
Lv*.l:l6P*'"*
Int Nav- & Trading Co-
-.EU-M-IUBLO KOIITE.
6:_0p.m.Lv. Nelson        Ar. ll*[�� ����� J
--.IO p. iu. Ar. Kaslo Lv. 1W ����� ���"���
Connecting at Five Mile Point wl* N-jjSg
& Kort Hhoppiwd Hallway both to a*"* "��"
Rowland, etc.
Tlokots -old to all parts In UniWd 8t��W�� am*
Canada via Groat Northern and O. H- *
Co.'a lino**. .__ ..iftftll
Oooan steamship tlokots and ratos vi��
linos will bo furnished on aPPllcttUo"*,j.M
For further particulars oall on or ad<i"w*
^^J^TtCo.le.B.O
Q. K T��okabu��v Agont. Kelson H.'*-
BENNETT'S FUSE.
Be  sure and get the genome   B**N'
NETT'S GOTTA PEBCHA FUbE,'"-1
something tbat looka  like  �����     *w'
rence Hardware Co., A-_eo3 .
Nelson   Daii v  Minkr, Tuesday October 22,  .gci
1VHNING NEWS.     |
l****+*"��+**++*~y*z
lhc  record office   yesterday the
.    ������i.rii-s    wero   made.
suort
.�����?*   entries    were   made.     A
,,...t. of improvements ��.m iss
��l'r       , Bernard, Dolph   llojer. and
|oJo.apb Bernard,   ^   (ioodenouRh
/,.,   on Toad
Paul Bonn*
d,,i*n.    f-ocatlpns,
Alice   r...
creek,   li
Nine i
about two rn"1
Mountain, by John lllnyn ;
on the wost side of Uis!
miles from nootbeaat ol Salmo, by W.
McArthiir* <������������-"���- nl heRd of,r��1't-v-
- crialc, by Alllo Miswnld ; Lip ton,
one half miles from
Ymir 011 Quai._ oroolc, by Samuel
Miller; Baima, ������* l|o*-d".of Koi-ty-Niiie
oreek l'J' ������'��� ���'��� ���,ittur; Ta-r 'actional,
on Morning mountain, by D. 3,
Mount. CertlfloatW of work were
iHueil to Kntli-rine McEvoy on Horse
Hbm*; Itnvstoii Hold Mi*108 U��nltad,
oa Adonis nnd Jumbo fractional.
Ai Moyie operations continue on tho
St. Eugene und between 80 and 100
men aie employed. The shaft is down
100 fool ai"! t*1" "mv K,,Bft bouse will
soon mi completed, It is snid that
sliipuinntH will he resumed as soon ns
lead reniilies Cl.ri per ton.
On tin* Aurora, near Moyie, an im-
poitnnt Mrikc has heen mado. Tlio
shaft ib being sunk on the ledge
wIikIi bus widened out to seven feet
ofaiii.l galena.
Tin* output of gold from the placers
on Willi Horre creek,. Bast Kootonay,
Ihls year according to thc Fort Steele
Pronpoctor, will be -30,oto.
On Snmlii.v the Ratio brought down
two cms. uf Antoine ore from Mc-
GqiRan. Thia mine was a steady
shipper some -fears ago, but nothing
has been done on it of late. Another
carload oame in yestorday on the
I * u>.|o. l'esiilbS the Antoine oio on
Siiinliiy the Kaslo had four ears of
Last Ohttiioe, Yesterday it had one
ear of Roth, one of Boco, nur* two of
UM Chance, All the shipments mentioned wen* for the Trail smeltor
On the tramway which is being
liuilt from tlio Crawford llay road to
the Silver Ilill mine the upper terminal has boon completed and also the
ore hiiiK. Tiie men are now at work
on the supports for the lino. All the
timber thnt will lie used haa beon got
out ami placed near where it will he
used, and the work will be pushed
ruj-.i J ly  on  till the line is completed.
The section in the neighborhood of
Peterboro, East Kootenay, is coming
tu the front. Among tbe shipping
properties are the Hod Line, the l'nrn-
dise, tim Si Ivor licit, the Delphine
um! M. T. fraction. Thore are other
mines from which shipments could be
mado but the owners prefor to wait
until capital takes them in hand.
llepoiis of the extraordinary flndt*.
of plaeer gold on upper Horsefly creek
has had its ofl'e3t on Nelson people,
and the proposition is raMde to seuo
up some prospectors this yoar yet.
Thn concentrator of the Rambler-
t'nrihon is nearin? completion and it
i-i expected that It will be ready for
operation sometime during tha present
week. ���
���Tho vnlne of tho ore ahipmencs
fiom Ne son during the week ending
Monnay, October 21st were: Oold
bullion, .12,0-bj silver-lead, '.7,020.
The Sandon ore shipments for the
P'lst week .-ore _oi tons,
in    view    and    many    magnificent
glimpses of teener} sn* obtained.
A dinner was given at the camp
near tlio crossing by r*ome of the
claim holders on dandy treed on Sunday ufteinoon nt whioh there whs a
large attendance in eilelnntion nf the
opening of tho road which will undoubtedly have au extremely bene*
fleial effeot io opening up the district
through which it pluses.
IT MADE A HIT
A Drawing Farce Comedy���II vVill Ilo
Again Produced Tonigiit.
Wilfrid Clark's farce conedy, "A
Wine Woman," was presented at tho
Nelson Opera House Inst evening by
the Leslie Davis oompany, The playwright who wrote this comedy evidently lind hut one object in view���to
made those who witnessed it laugh nt
tho humor, eoirical si hint ions and
funny climaxes which filled It like
raisins in a Christmas padding. The
members of the company producing
tho play are suited to it anil the fun
from tlist'to last was fast nnd furious
and there was scarcely a moment but
what the. audience was tittering or
loudly laughing at the efforts of the
players. "A Wise Woman*' certainly
mado a hit.
Frederick Murphy, as Paul Itoaeli,
an artist, had n comedy part which
suited liim admirably and he gave a
flno piece of chnractor acting, dale
Nallcrlee wns mildly humoio'is as
Peter Clincher and showed Hint he is
a comedian of merit. John Ferguson,
wbo enacted tbe port 0< Oliver Gold-
coyuc, an eccentric capitalist, won
tlie favor of the audience by his
whimsical portrayal of a fussy,
cholerio old man. Alice Ueer, as
Solena Roalch, was pleasing nnd her
coon songs lu ought down the house.
Ethel Illanclie, who played the sou-
biette role of Honor Rachel, was most
appropriately cast and wus certainly
fully imbued with the spirit of not
only the charncter sho represented but
also with the spirt of the play. Her
soprano solos were so pleasing that
she reoelvod oncores. Marie Laraour
was fairly good as Maud E/eltry.
Every seat in the honso was filled
and many stood up. The audience
was pleased with both the play and
the players, which wus   evidenced   by
the laughter and frequent bursts of
applause.
At the request of a number of
citizens, "A Wise Womaan," will
again he produoed this evening at the
opoia liouso although it was the original intention to only remain one night
in this citv.
The Millwnrd orchestra, under the
direction of Professor Steiner,
furnished the music and it wns first
class. The same, orchestra will
furnish the min.ie tonigiit when Mr.
i'ollaid Will render a cornet solo.
MILLINERY
MRS.   ENFIKLD   wishes   to  announce to the Indies ol Nelson   that
owin�� to the  increase  of business
she has  scented
AN   EXPERIENCED   TRIMMER
FRO At THE EAST
All orders can now be i��ot ready
on the shortest notice at most
reasonable prices.
H. & M. BIRD
BROKEN HILL BLOCK.
Fill! BALS.
S_:.-M���Six roomed liouse   on   Victoria
street,   close  tu the city   hall all
improvements,     Cash ffior.t), balance easy terms.
ftsoo���Three roomed furnished honso
and 50-foot lot. on Hoover   street
Sl 10(1���Two story liouse and corner lot
closo to depot;     Cash (friOO,    bal-
unee easy terms.
FOU RENT.
$15.(111���VftjtX roomed  oottngo on Ward
street.
(Hn.00���Mix room liouso on Uobson St.,
close to .Stanley street.
10,000   Royston   Hold    Mi'ilng   Co.
shares for sale nt 5 cents.
FOR   FINE  MILLINERY
��� SEK ���
MRS.MLAUGHLIM'S MILLINERY
DISPLAY
West Block. East Baker St.
CALL ON THE
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-un. try a boli,lo, a do/.c'i, or a barrel ot
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T* leobono 93 -o., .-or at,., Nols-on
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li w. Urovo'n : Iguaturo Ih on each box,   rtt"
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Goal�� Wood
Best  Fir  and  Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
OHlce on   Baker Htreot Tel. Xt
LOOOE MEETINGS.
*^\ "���'
NKLSON LODOK    No. 23, A. V. tc
moots Hocond YVodnoMluy in
month.   VdilUiiK brothorn wolcomo
I. O. O. V. Kootenay Lotlxo
No. 1ft, moots ovory Monday nighl,
at  tholr  Hull,  ]tooionii,y hItooL
SoJmirnlMK OddFollowH cordially lnvltod.
John A. Mcllac, N.O.   1). VV. Kuthorfonl, V.Q
Fro,! J. Hqulro, Por. Hoc.
Nelnon Itoyal Arch Chapter No. IK., (.. It. U.
MootK third Wodnosday. ctojourniuy uum;>nn
luim Invitod. Uoortfo Johnrilono, '/,. l'J. W.
Matthew.., B, IC.
NICLSON LiOlME No.__5, K.of P.
Jtinool�� tn K. ot I', ball, OddfollowH lilock
JB vory Tuesday ovonlng at 8 o'clock.
J/AJ1 viKltlnR knightt. cordially Invito
Wm. Jkvink, CC.
A. T. Pai_k. lv. of IL and 8.
Nolnon Knoa pmont No. 7. MootH evory 2nd
and llli Friday of oaoh month, ln odd FoiIowh
Hall, comer Bukor uud Kootoiiay Htreetfl.
Nolnon. A. II. ClomcntH, C. 1'.; U. McArthut
It. B.   Visiting foroi Imiv; alwayn wel''*nmn,
NKLSON L. 0. L. No. Ifi02 mootH in Fra-
tornity Uall on tlr-il* and third Friday ovontiign
ot oach month at 8 o'clock. V'talting member
oordlully Invited. W. W. Hrudloy, W. K.
A,Mlnty. U.B-
NKLSON AKKIK No. tl, F. (>. K., meolH
every uecond and fourth WeduoHdayu of each
month. ViHltlng memborti cordially iuvil,
Charier* Proiwer, H(��.rfiLary.
Kootonay Tent No. 7, K. O. T. M��� hold tholr
regular mootliiKH In Fraternity [{all, 1.0. O. F.
bloek, on the In, and 3rd ThurHdayH of each
n.uutli. Vi.vlin ( brethren cordially lnvltod to
attend. G.A.iirown, tt. K.; A. P. Purdy, Com.'
H. J.dtoel.l). B.C.
NELSON'S UC1CKN NO. 241
SONS OF KNGLAN1), mootx
Inl aud 3rd Wodueaday ovciiIukkof
oach mouth at Fiatornliy hall,
corner of llaker and Kootonay
HtrooU. ViHltlng brethorn cordially invited.
KDWARti Maoleod. Hoc.rnt.��,rv.
WANT   PAGE.
FOR SALE OR RENT
AdvoriiKementd lnnortod under ii'i--. head at
tlio rate of ono oent a word por InKoriluu. No
advertisement takon for lut-ti than 2U 06ntA
Situation Wiuncl advortlHomoutR iusort-od
three times (roe of oharue.
WK1-I_ Km ni,.lictl honso to   runt.
idoinN   for   0   months.      -Apply
120
MISOELLANEOUS
Are you iu   want?    ii
thc peOpld, through   Ih.
column,  what   you are
You'll tret it.
you arc, tel_
Miner want
n   wajnt   of
Lntitnt-Y ireeti neai Stanley
UOUSK   to rent   on  Vernon     street
Apply Captain T. .1.  Uuncan.
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
NICELY Fnruiiilied room to rent.
. Young ludy nr gentleman, or gentleman and wife pielerreil. Apply ut
Miner ulliee.
ffURKIUBD       I.OOMS.���Apply
Si lieu,     seeond   dour   west
street.
Ward
ROOMS and HOARD.���Every oonveui-
eDce;   Bouth east  oorner of   Curbo-
nut.e und .loi-epliine street.
FOR HUNT���Home Temperance hotel,
20 bedrooms, dining room, parlors,
kitchen, all furnished complete; 87!*,
per month. Apply to A. tl. (Jumble,
agent, Hulior stieet.
liOOMS TO HENT.-K. VV. C. Bloei.-
Ttvo rooms cn suite on Ward St..
also rooms fueing tho west. Ou September 1, two sir^io rooms und two
or three en ru.to fueinf*: Baker st.
furnish*?- or unfurnished. Mrs. F.
J. Squ.ro,  Uoom 11,  K.    VV. C.  Illock.
WANTED
OOURT KOOTKNAY, I. O. P., No. 31*.
MuoUqkm ll.li Thursilay of nitiiiLh. Fruturna]
hall, J A lrviruc C tt.   I'. U. Kloiiilntr. K.H
NuIboii Court, titiir ol   Kootenuy, A. O. F.
MeeU 2ml and   Ith   WalnoHilayH In ovory
month.  ViHlLinir brothren welcome. W. Mae-
Mllla,* C.K    l'nlmrt MnU��Kl Hoe.
You shouldn't send ont of town for
cards for yoursolf or your husband
until you see wbat The Miner can do
for you.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's      Nest
Southern   Ily.     tlood   wages,   long
job   Headquarters, Elko,    II.   0.      A.
Uuthrle & Go.
NELSON Employment Agency,  llaker
street.    Phone 21$.   J. II. Love.
WANTED���Chambermaid.     Shingle
jointer and packer.   Luuiidrui.6.   Kailroad men for Lardo.
Contracts taken   for   Diamond   Core
Drilling.
NELSON, li. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
NELSON   aOilA    WATWK   FAOTOIIY-
N. M. Ciiniiiiin.-, I..-.:.,-.-   i..v..->  known
variety of nufL ilrink..   1' 0 llox 8rt. IvlupllOU
No. 31. lluovor tftruet, Ntilrun.   It,.*:.'.-' r  of Lhe
r.niuii., tit, l.i*Oli  llol ttpllugn .Mlnural Wuler
AKUIUTLUTS
CIANK �� MAUOOMALU (11. (JftUO, Jaiiw
J A. A' u:ilun.ui', .. >��� . .-. ��� uud niiperiu
Loi���leiit.H, llrukou Ilill iiIock, cornei Uukul and
vVarU HLroon, .NetMin
CO M M ISS 10 N M li LCI IA N TS
H.
J. U-VANti
UO.���ilakor Street, Net
s.Ue douiort- in liquors, ci-
hoo ���Wholes
Kiirii, ceii'ent,,  iir_i brick untl lire uluy,  watur
Iii,*-' anil ituel  railn, aud K;">eial cuiunuHniun
IIK.lLll.O'.Ld.
tiJftOOJBEIBS
A.
MACDONALD   it Oa���Corner   Fron
und Hull fttrooU - W liulusiblo  Krocur
.inn jobber*, iu  ll,uiikol*t, kIovuh, iuiiIh, huul.H
rubburri, iiiaokinuWH und minora' auudnui..
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
ij   lIUUNd He Co.���Ilakor Bttoet,  Nulsuo-
.   Wnolu*ulo doulor*! iu fresh and eui-ud
muali,.   Cold SiAtruKC.
W'iiidT   KOOTENAY   bUTOHKK   00.-
Bakoc -iLri:i:i., Nelson���Whulusalo doa
urn in lien and uuroo iihhu.s.
llARDWAltl.iv.* MINLNO   BUl'VLilKb
WANTED.- Waitress.tlirls for llousu-
worn.     Men   for     Railroad   work,
men for sawmill, sc.'oud cook '."iu  per
month, stone mason.
Western   Employment   OOice,  II. A.
Prosser, Phone 270.
Storage���I havo a   large   warehouse
for    storing      household    or    other
goods.
MISCELLANEOUS
���lOe.
NKW ROAD COMPLETED.
Tlio Nclson-tlrariile wagon road has
now been oomplcted as far ns it was
intrnilwl to inn It this yenr and the
result is undoubtedly a credit to tbo
engineer, Mr. Killeen, who surveyed
tlie Inrger part o( it and mort especially to Constractor McLean under
Whose pinsonal supervision the work
lius boen done, and who laid out the
line and grade for some miles. For
the lirst two miles from the city the
woik in place was extremely heavy
anil culled for considerable skill in so
���Waging the road tlmt while an easy
(trade was secured sharp curves and
heavy (III*, wore avoided. After thc
bench above was roaohed the work
was considerably easier, although in
Places some difficult problems had to
mastered.     After   the   first   three
MEAN ON THE BEAK.
At the Silver Hill mine the cook
has been annoyed for a couple of
weeks by the doprcdations of a black
bear, which was in tha habit of helping liiuiu'lf to any provisons tbat
were not seenrely housed and seemed
to be able to detect and avoid anything in the shapo of a trap, On
Sunday, however, by a rather
sportsmanlike strategem he
Anally disposed of. At night,
retiring the eook placed outside ��
large barrel in the bottom of which
was a piece of meat,and also a loaded
Winchester ritle, so tliat any attempt
to reach the ment wonld pull the
trigger. The men in the cabin were
not In bed nn hour befoie they heaid
the report of the rille and running
ont found the bear in the hogshead
stone dead. It had been instantly
killed by thc rille at close range.
un-
was
before
OUR SPECIALTY
"GOOD CHEER"
Stoves and
Ranges . ,
We are showing this senson a full
line of these goods nnd solicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
Company.
Fliu: .11 nil hit Uold l>r��iirrlle--Vle ure
u:,\|!mih lit secure a [e\r free willing Kolil
|h'<��|mtI!<'h ut ouee. Tbe. rroKpeelerS IX-
r.bllllKC, NclMili, It. ���, Hoillll 4, li.W.C
Bloek.
���tiOLIKSILHilMOl-ri'lt- LKAK-tllno-    unci
liriiHiierlH wauled,  tteud report and ���],��,
1,1,**, lo the l'ro*.|��,'H���r**t  IWi'ltan*;,:. NftlMM.
ll.li.   Itoiini > K.IV.-C. bloek.
0. D. J. CHRISTIE
Real Estate, insurance. Money to Loan.
1AWUBMOH EAitDWAUW CO~liakei
J atreet, .Nolnon ��� WhOiR_��alQ dsalafa in
liardwaru, tuiuora' BUpplitiH, hpurtin^ k^(!,1��*
eto,
M'LA.OHLAjN BUOd. (Suuoeason Lo Van
eouvur iiaidwai'el'o. LUl.j liakerl5tr_Mi_i,
NelHOti���VVlioluKalu Unalci-n in tiardware und
mining suuiili.fe, iiluniberH' and UiitsiiuUin' uup
plies.
\TKLSOiN   J1AUOVVAKK   CO.- Wholesale
i-'l    uauiLM, uiln una gifiBB; meeliaiiieH' teut-s
Agents foi UiiUii'lo PowUer VVorkri; ifnainite
LIQUORS ANI) DUY GOODS
rii-UKNMK, M'.KTUN ftOo.���Uornor Vernon
X and .lo.-.epiiMi.. mroetH, Nelson���Whole
tvale dualeiH in liquors, oigarrt,aud <fcry geit-U.
AgenLH for Pabst) lire wing Co. of Alilwaukee
anu Ualgary JlrowiUg Co of Culgury.
II
UliaON'S 11AV Uo.-WI,elusulu gruoerle-l
uud liquurs eUj��� liakur Bltroot, ..'i..,.:,.
LliMllKK
\TKI*S<IN SAW ANI) 1"1,A.N1N0 Mll.l>-
-1.1 Ulliee cunttir Hall and trum. bLruuU
NoiBon���Lumber, oetllng, flooring, ami every
UiliiK in wood for huUdiUK purposes. Oot oui
1'i-lous.  Correspuudonoo Bouutbed.
OKU SACKS AND TWiNKS.
I'OIt KKNT.
O-RoomllonRe, modern, $18.50
1 room lJurnet Illock, |5.00.
5-Room House,  modern, Sill.
Several small houses.
For Salo, a good garden plot.
T.
tiuiid
GA1_I_UN He CO.-Uealeni in oro sacks
and I wine.-.   Always * large stock on
. TelephoneaDJ. Uoom IJ, IC.-W'.-C block
Spokane Fells &
Northern Wy.
jj( 'tytrO AMjA/ <& *nf*y '*�� ^
rf
f /
/
t�� /HtAjUaj,   du.i^O+iAj n*A/
be
miles is passed, the road traverses a
gravelly hiiiside whero tbe worl-.,onoo
a miiluble line was found?- was com ���
pnrativnly eaRy.
thi Sunday the road was thronged
with people from Nelson wbo took
advantage of the opportunity to enjoy
" 'up out of the city. Nearly a scoie
en horseback were met as well as a
Biinibor of carriages. For beauty of
scsnci'v the trip could not easily be
mailed nuywhere and it will soon be
a favorite diivo. West of Sandy
orwlli about three miles out,a number
of branch roads turn olf to tho vnrious
'nines. By tailing the road to ICoote-
n��y crossing and, after visiting the
���"Ms at the bridge, following the road
P��st thn Granite mill towa'ds the
���hijal Canadian mine the Nelson road
'" met ngain and lhe return to the
city is made with   the  river and lake
HE KEPT HIS LEG.
Twelve years ago .1. W. Sullivan, of
Hartford, Conn., scratched bis leg
with a rusty wire. Inlliitninntion nnd
blood poisoning set in. Foi two yoars
he suffered intensely. Then thc best
doctors urged amputation, "but." he
writes, "1 used ono bottle of Electiic
Hitters and 1}^ boxes pf Ituchlen's
Arnica Salve uud my leg was sound
and well as ever." Eoi Eruptions,
Execma, Tetter, Salt Rheum.Sores and
all blood disorders Klecttic IlitterB
has no rival on oarlh, Try them.
Canada Drug Sc Boolt Co. will"guarantee satisfaction or iefuhd money.
Only nO cents.
If you don't like Blue Ribbon Tea it's
beoause yon never tasted it
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to O. I*. L-ENNO*. Bu.k-r b��.
Nelson.
THE NORTHWESTERN DEVELOPMENT
SYNDICATE, Ltd.
incorporated under the laws of BritiBh Columbia,
capital $ 1.000.000 in 1.000,000 Shares. Par Value 11.00 Each.
All Trcnmiry Slock.   So Promolcr.' and Wo Fr. r. rr_��t Slock.
PROPERTIES :
Cambourne Group, o Claims Oyster Group, 6 Claims
Located in the Free Gold Fish River Camp,   Lardeau Mining Division, British Columbia.
Free Hilling Gold Ore
Large Veins.
Nelson _4L_Fo_i
Sheppard R'v
Red fountain 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 Buffet
Car service has been inaugurated,
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable on any of the
larger railways in Canada or the
U. S.
Close connections made  at  Spo
kane for the south, east  and  west
Only io hours to Seattle and iB
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points.
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial-<*_>
Land Surveyor.
169 NKLSON B C
E. J.SCOVBL
ltlM.il. IIBOKF.K. HOT.MI*
Windermere Mines.  Oorrosi>bndin)oo80l1.ol&
WINt-KBI-E-m B. O.
CANAO!*_H
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
EFFECTIVE OCT. 13.
r_eiive DAT TRAIN Arrin
'.1 -IK) n.m 8-ioknnc 7 :Hr> p.a
1', :25 p.m Itossluncl i : 10 p.a
Hiiiii n.m Nulson B:0D p.na
H. A. JA0S80N, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane   Wiiki
G. K. TAOKABURY
Agent, Nelson, B.O
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the highest oasb prioe for al!
kinds of second band goods. Will bay
or soil anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oaiperta,
-onliing utensils, honglit in hnasebold
qnantitiee. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Ad-Jroue
Silver King Hike, Boi U��. HaM
8-weat, NelMM-. B U.
FIRST ALLOTMENT
0,000 SHARES NOW OFFERED AT 50   CENTS  PER SHARE
n view of the splendid showings of both high and low
trnde ore and the unrivalled facilities for thc economical
developing and working ofthe properties, it is confidently ex-
nected that, not only will the present issue of stock be sold
ouicklv. but th._t no more will be offered at less than par.
Address all inquiries for information, or applications for
stock to
S. M. BRYDGES,
P.O. Box SS*. Nelson. B.C. Official Broker.
A. R. BARROW, a nt. 1.0.11
Provincial Land Surveyor
Corner Vlotoria and^Kootenay Sts.
P.O. Box 500 Telephone  No. a
A NEW FEATURE
TOURIST
SLEEPING.
OARS : : :
in
addition   to
ment
usual
on
equip-
NEWLING & CO.
AUCTIONEERS.
VALUERS. ETC.
Kootenay Streot. Next Oddrellows' Hall
P. O. Box 633.
If there is anything you require,ask
<or  it in    h* miaow  of the Miner.
Crows' Nest Section*
. Leave Kootenay Landing
Tuesday and Friday for bt
Paul via Soo Line.
* Friday only for '1 oronto,
Montreal and Boston and intermediate poinis on direct
route.
For berths, timetables, rates mul full
information apply to.
H. L. Br.ow-N,
City PawengiT A��*ent
J. S. Oaiitkr,
Uis. Pass. Agt
Nelsou
E. J. Ooyi.k
A. li. P. A.
Vancouver i
fiiutrn Bail* MiMm f tMflb-tt. octo_j__�� if, 190*
.itm.ii jnma*.f finr,nt-nriim.-n ;fc*-^'.*.i,r,,���itfA-
_-' ..irvmi' -tt y^
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��� wr... w. -.. ^-MawSMMaJa��Ba��aiM��rr*gii*lr��-riT-liri*iti-iiiVi
Heart
and
Soul
A  stfonfl   fdiflafltlo stoty j    y\ pnol table Is licltif pot lip, _n<!_r
iTa?. afl..dvTn sajra'th" dirMttio" ��f *��� �� *��,h<p,,&ir
Soul" Mrs. Skinner has i hotel. It Is a splondid table with a
produced such a book. The firm slate bed, and quarter sawn oak
wonderful  variety   of   the j ie(fs an(] frame.      The table   took the
hero'N adventures can only be ap
prmelied by a perusal ot (he book.
As the plot,commencing on the border
nf Windsor nnd Detroit shifts to New
York, 1'ari*, and lhe Southern States
the reader will find exciting reading
lliTiiiij.'linut the whole story. This
book is in our popular 760 series, and
is on exchange to members of our
reading elub. Have you joined it
yet? If not, we will be pleased to
J.avo you do so, we are sure that the
service we ean give yon wiil please
you.
THOMSON^
STATIONERYCo-LU
NELSON.  B. C.
��� ���VVW1
THE CITY
Thc tug Hercules brought in another
barge of limestone from Kaslo for the
smelter yesterday.
Work on the second stoiy of the
Nelson High School was started yesterday and it is probable that the
brick work on the bnilding will be
completed before the end of next
week.
Tbe Maxim-Nordenfeidt gun belonging to the Nelson company of rifles
was put into good working condition
on Saturday and by next Saturday
will be taken out to the range for
target practice.
Yesterday the residence of C. H.
Stillwell, at the corner of Stanley und
t'aihonatc streets, was sold by the
owner to II. T. Steeper. Mr. Stillwell Ieave6 tomorrow morning for St.
J.onib to work in the Interests of the
NorthwesternJUevelopment Syndicate
Tho Sunday school which was
started on Victoria street for Chinamen is said to be getting on well.
Itaaidea the missionary Ng Chang,
several young ladies have volunteered
their services as teachers and a number of Chinamen are earnestly wrestling with the intiicacies of tbe Kng-
lisn language.
Survey work on the Marysville
branch of the 0. I". It., which leaves
the Kimberley branoh at I'orteons,
has been making good progress and
the work of construction will be
oarried through with energy. So far
ns further const rnntlnn up the St
Mary's river is concerned railway
mun here state that that la so far only
a surmise.
Only one motion came before his
honor, Judge Koi in. in chambers yesterday. An or ler was made appointing Mary Hairy administratrix of the
estate of John Matthew Harry, who
formerly kept a restaurant in Nelson,
but died 111 San Franoico. The estate,
whioh Is entirely personal property, is
valued at 8111111. Tho County court
case of Smith vs. Stewart will be
tried on Tuesday next.
Tro social to "send off'' the Rev.
II S. Akeburst, under the auspices of
the sons of England, promises tu be
the most successful affair of the kind
ever held in Nelson. The secretary of
the lodgo has received a large number of acceptances to the invitations
sent out. To prevent any misnnder-
.siiiii,ling, tho lodge officers wish it to
i'i' known that admission will be
solely confined to those to whom invitations have beeu sent
Secretary Phillip* of thc Miners'
union, had thc good fortune yesterday
to find 110 in front of the Orand Centra' hotel. Later in the day, however, the owner made his appearance,
and persuaded Mr. Phillips that he
was the person who had lost the
money. Previous to tbis he had the
diversion of ascertaining whether
another clnlmant was the rightful
owner. He reaehed the conclusion
that a hoax was being worked on him
nnd refused to deliver.
The supply of firewood for Nelson
this winter will come principally from
Slocan valley and along Kootenay
lake. Last year the greater part of
It came from along Salmon river,
whero a numbei of ranchers who ban
taken up land were clearing it. Each
season the available amount of wood
becomes rapidly less. There is plenty
of wood on the mountains near the
eity but the difficult; of handling it
makes it cheaper to bring wood some
distance by rail from easier reached
fields.
Tiie preliminary list of voters whioh
will go before the next provincial
court of revision lias been dosed.
Since the laat court held in May, 1"1
nam,", have beon added and four
names taken off, making a net gain of
1117. When the lists were closed in
May there were 2,520 nnrnes on
record, whicli with the KJ7 will make
a total of 2,UH7 votes in Nelson electoral district. There will he the
names of a few dead and absentees to
be removed so that approximately
1,660 will he thu final number approved. All tho new names but eight
Jiavu been added since October 1st.
first prize at tbe Toronto Exposition
and was made by the Hrunswick-
Balke company.
The committee of the Nelson Hoat
nlun are already making preparations
for the first season's dance to he held
at the l'hair hotel, on Tuesday evening, October 211th. The members of
the club '.vi il invoke every effort to
make the affair a great success and If
their anticipations are fulfilled in this
respect, it is intended to girto a
similar function monthly. Tickets
are now on salo hy some dozen members and friends of the elub and it is
to be hoped that the boys will be
helped in their efforts to promote the
progress of acqiatics here. Tickets,
members, ..'; non*iiieuibers, 82.r,0, including one lady.    Extra ladies,    50c.
A n.iuumi'ii taking bis'bath on tbe
back porch of a house where he woik-
ed attracted a small knot of curious
and interested onlookers yestorday.
His method was ho different from the
one in use among Occidentals that it
oaused considerable comment. He
had u basin cf hot water and a sponge
and after washing his face in an
orthodox manner he took the sponge
iu his right hand and ran it up the
left sleeve of his loosed blouse and
evidently washed that aim and
shoulder. The other arm was treated
in the same manner and then the
sponge was inserted between the
neckbaad and the body, and the chest
washed. Be completed Ins bath from
head to ankles and dried himself witb
a towel without removing a single
garment.
successful development Of molydMiltfl
ores Is the cost of refining, which so
far has not been carried on to any
extent outside of Herman;. The pure
metal, called molybdenum, is brittle
and very difficult to fuse. Chemically
pure it is worth $17.85 per kilogramme and in powder lis per cent,
pnre $2.62.
PERSONAL
Arthur McMillan.of the mining firm
of McMillan llros., Kossland, is at
the l'hair.
John M. McLatchin, P, T.. S., has
just returned from a professional visit
to the l.ardo river section
Mrs.  Fred Burnett,  late of
are in Toronto,   but expect
in a few
Mr. and
this   city,
to leave there for New York
days.
It. F, Toimio returned yesterday
from a visit to the coast. He paid
his respects with many others to the
Duke and Duchess uf Cornwall and
York, while away.
liev. Jas. 11. White, pastor of the
Methodist church, left yesterday for
Vancouver to attend to the business of
several conference ooinmittees of
which he is a membei. He will be
gone about two weeks.
��� Ieo. Kydd, manager of the Hoyal
Dank of Canada, who has beeu on his
holidays, returns to duty today, Mr,
Mackay who was acting manager in
his place leaves today for llrand Forks
Mr. Kydd's holidays was broken into
by his having to return to Nelson to
attend to some legal business for the
bank.
AT THE HOTELS.
Queens. ���P. K. Ahcrn,    Seattle;   T.
C.  Pollock, Montreal; S. Miller,   Ed.
Lind,    Ymir;   II.    Andeison,     Trout
Lake; D.  11. Iteid, Urand Forks.
Phair.���0. B. Murray, Toronto;
P. Cameron, New York; II. F.Jorand,
Slocun; It F. Tolmie, Seattle; Mrs.
It. Harris, San Francisco; A. P.
Illandy, Ymir; L. A. Campbell, Rossland; W. Anilerson, Cascade.
Bnme.���J, P. Miller, Kaslo; J.
Hanchelt, Spokane; W. K. Wilson,
Victorin; 11. P. Jones, Rossland; J.
T. Black, New Denver; J. H. Reynolds, Troy; W. C. Perry, Winnipeg;
it. J. McPdee, Enterprise; F. Ellwell
and wife, Iloiiniri*.tou : E. Thompson,
Toronto; 11. M. Leishman, Victoiia;
A. V. Waggone, Philadelphia; 11.
Saxe, New York; H. C. Killeen,
Lillooet.
liiaml       Central.���J. Ferguson,
Chicago; J. Ratcliffe, Slocan; J.
McDermid, W. H.Pinchbeck, Victoria;
James Uond, Kimberley ; A. II. Buck-
worth, Ymir; A. Uarvin, New York;
W. Kennedy, Salmo; tt. Russell, Slocan ; F. Lewis, Kaslo; A. M. Rogers,
Slocan; W. II. Dodd, Ymir; E. Batch,
Boston; A. liunn, Leslie Davis,
Chicago.
FROM TIIE 0A2ETTE.
The   British   Colombia   Gazette   of
October 17th   contains   tbe  following
announcements :
His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor*
in-Conncil, bas been pleased to accept
the resignation of W. II. Lilly of the
office of police magistrate of tbe oity
of Sandon.
The British Columbia Pulp Company, Limited, has been incorporated
with a clapital stook of f500,ono,
divided into $25 shares. Tho object is
to carry on the making of pulp and
paper.
A certificate of incorporation has
been issued to the Pathfinder Mining
Co., with a capital of ��1.10,000, divided
into shares of ten cents eaoh. The
objects are to purchase the assets of
the Pathfinder Miniug, Reduction Sc
Investment Co., nud to oarry on a
general mining business.
Tho B. C. Minerals, limited, has
been authorized to oarry on a business
as ah extra-provincial company. The
capital is ��10,000 divided into ��1
shares. The head office is situate in
England, the ofiice in thc province
is at Nicola Lake and John Olapper-
ton is the attorney for the company.
The objects for which the company is
organized are to purchase tbe Lahore
mineral claim on Mills Mountain,
Nicola,and to carry on a general mining business.
NELSON OPERA
HOUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY
TUESDAY, OOT. 22
Fi'st time in Nc'son of the
deliciously funny Oomedy
in three acta
"A Wise Woman''
PRESENTED BY
"ftbe 1Roy>al ffifltift of (Eauaba"
Incorporated 1869.
Capital Authorised,
93,oe*,MO.M I Capital raM-ap,
���est,       .      .    .
Hoard of Dlreetan     Thomas E. Kenny.  President
Wiley Builth  11. Q. Bauld, Bon. David Ma-keen.
Head omi-e, Halifax 1
���   '    fi.He.iM.H
 ���l.loo.wm.-n
Thoeoaa Ritchie. V___-P__,|d6ul
THOUSANDS SENT INTO EXILE.
Every year a large number of poor
sufferers whose lungs are sore and
racked with oonghs are urged to go to
ano'her climate. But this is costly
and not always sure. Don't be an
exile when Dr. King's New Discovery
lor Consumption will onre you at
home. It's the most infallible medicine for Coughs, Colds, and all
Throat and Lung diseases on earth.
The first dose brings belief.
Astounding cures icaull from persistent use. Trial bottles free at Canada
Drug Sc Book Co. Price 50c and
Sl.oo.   Evoiy bottle guaranteed.
If YOUE HORSE
Is   lame    or    intetferes
bring  him   to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop, Jo
sephine Street
AlEX. GIBSON.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited,;
VAKD8   AT   NELSON. AND  HOS8LAND
MILL AT PORTO RICO 8IDINQ.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber.
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always Id
Stock.
We carry a com pic io hlook of Count Flooring
Coiling, Int-ldo KiniMh, Turned Work, Sash anri
Doors. Special order work will receive prompt
attoiitlon*   Hail ordorH solicited.
MS?-
Marie Lamour,
Ethel Balch,
Jr'rederic Murphy
and   a   Competent   Cast.
PRICES :   50,
HEATS  AT
75  AND  $1.00
M DONALD'S.
������������ **********************
H. H. PUYFORD I
k CO.
MADDEN    BLOCK
and      f
Cigars
Tobacco I
Pbone 117
to********.*.**************,
Porto RicoLumberCo.,
UrilTBU.
Head Oflloe���H��*"lrTT nnd Vnrnnn *t, Nelww*
REISTERER & CO
Brewora of Fine Lager
Beer and Potter.
DROP IN AND SEE OB
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Montreal
Allan Lino Australian  Oct, 25
Allan Lino I'rctorlan Nov. 2
Allan Lino TunlHlan  Nov. 7
Beavor Line lnko t'hamplain  Oct. 25
lloavcr Lino Lako Mcf-untic Nov.  1
���Beaver Lino Lako tiiincoo  Nov. 8
From Portland, Mo.
Domiiion Linn Cambroman Oct HI
Dominion Lino   Vancouver Nov. 0
From New York
Cunard Line  Etrurl. Oct.80
Ounard Line Campania Nov. 2
Whito Star Lino Celtic Oct. 22
Whito Star Line Toutonic Oct. 23
WhitaHtarLIno Uurmanlj Oot. 40
American Line Philadelphia .Oct. 23
Amorlcan Lino St.  Paul Oct. SO
Anchor Lino Anchnria Oct. 26
Anchor Lino FurncsKia Nov,  2
N, G. L. Kaiser Wilhelm der Gro*wo Oct. 22
French Line L'Aqiiitalne Oot 24
Fronch Lino Iai Champagno Oot. 31
Hamburg-American liiiutKchland Oct, 31
Allan State Lino Luurontian Oct. 30
Fiom Boston
Dominion Lino Commonwealth Oct, 23
Domiuion Line New Knulaud Nov.  21!
Cunard LlnoSaxonia Nov. 2
Farther Ratling0 for tho abovo linofl also
Fronch. Ited Slur. Holland-American fl. A, I*.
Co., N. ti. Lloyd on application,
W. P, F. CUMMINGS,
Gon. Agont, Winnipeg, Man.
. S. CARTER, I). P, A��� Nolson
���"���l-i-io   R. O
Mrs. D. B. Murray will hold her
students' recital on the evening of
October tbe -*lrd [or pupils in piano
aDtUjplee, Hy reason of itB lino
acoustic properties the Con(,'re*_ational
< lunch has been secured for thc purposo of the racttll. An excellent
programme will be rendered from the*
best composers. Doors open at 7.3U
programme to begin ut 8.15 sharp.
No reserved seats.
rich Molybdenite kind.
A vein of molybdenite apparently
tunning very high in molybdenum,
from testa made by local ehomists,
har been disoovertd and located by
James Ktein, an crgim-rr on the Nelson-Rub-ion railway. The vein is
three feet in width ami outcrops in
the channel of the river at Kootenay
crossing.
Small quantities of molybdenum are
not uncommon in ore fonnd in thn
vicinity of Nelson. It usually docs
not contain a large proportion of thn
pum mineral, is hard ani valueless, if
not actually a detriment to the oro in
which it oocurs. Thn ore of the vein
which Mr. Bteiu located is almost as
soft as plumbago and judging from
appearance it is probable that it can
be turned to profitable account. The
ichief    diiliculty    iu.   the   way   cf the
Oorpoiation of the Oity of
Nelson.
Notioe to Municipal Voters,
Notice is hereby given that under
the provision of the "Municipal Election Act," the following ate entitled
to vote for Mayor and A Mermen at
City Municipal Elections,  viz.:
Anv mule or female, being a Hritish
subject of th�� full nge  of   twenty-one
yOUrs, who   has paid on or before the
First Day of November an Municipal
Rates, Taxes.  Assessments,  and
License Fees
payable by h'iu or her, and
"Who is the assessed owner of lands
or of improvements or the assessed
occupier of lands within the .Municipality, or
'Who is a reslJont of and carries
on nusinesa, and is the holder of a
traders' license in the Municipality,or
"Who is a householder within the
.Municipality."
Householders are required on or
before the first day of December to
ontcr with the undersigned, their
names as a voter, and to deliver at
the same time a statutory declaration
in the form provided by the statute.
,T, K. aTKACIIAN.
Citv Clerk.
Nelson, B. C, Ootober 18th, 1801
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
Genoral Manager, Rd��on L. Pease, Montreal.
Suporinlenrleiil of Branches, and Socretary. W. B. Torranoe, Halltai,
Br.n. Iir�� t
Neva   Sr.olli-Ilalltax   Branoh,   Antlgoni**
Bridgswater, Guysboro. Londonderry, Lu
enborg. Maitland (Hank, Co.). Piotou, Porl
Hawkesbury, Sydney. Bhubonacodlc, Truro,
Weymouth.
New    Brauwlck ��� Bathurst,     Domboster,
Frodorlctoii, Kingston (Kent Co.), Mono-
ton, Nowcostlo, Backvlllo, St, John,Woodstock*
r. K. laUmd���Charlottotown, Surnruerslde.
Quebee-Montrdal,
 I,   (Oity
Wost Knd |Cor. Notre
ICor 	
neurs Streets))  Wostmouut (Cor. Greene
Oflloe),   Montrea
.   n. _���      u��me gj,,. ^
 lit  Wostmouut (Cor. G
Avonno and Ht. Catharines streot
0��UH_-OtUwa. '
Newroaad!>nd-3t. John's.
Cuba, West ladlra���Havana,
United autea-New York (1(1 "-exchange Plan.
Republic. Waah. ��Mn-mr____
BRANO U H IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vanconver
Vanconver East End, Victoria.
t'orreapondeals I
Caaada���Morohantn Bank of Canada.   Iloximi -National Shawniut, Bank.   Chicago-minni.
Trust aud Savings Bank.   Man Pranel-co���First National Bank.   Luudoa,  Bag.-Dank ot
Scotland.   Paris. France���Credit Lyoutials.   Hcrniudn-Bank of Bormuda.   tlhlaa and Ja.
pan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Hanking Corporation,    npnkanc- Old National Hank,
(leneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling BUI* Of Exchange   ttgugh
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on tbe most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and ou Having Bunk accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager. Nelson. B.C.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO.
I'aid-up  Capital,   88,000,000;   Reserve   Fund,   (2,000,000;
Aggregate   Resources Over 065,000,000.
HON, OKO. A. COX, President.      11. K. WALKER, Oeneral Manager.
London Oillcc: He Lombard Street, B. C.
New York Ollice; ,6 Bzchange Place.
And 68 branches In Canada and tho I'uilod Stales, Inoludlngi
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Atlin Okrknwood Nkij-on Sandon
Ckaniihoou Kami.ooi'b Nkw Wkstminbteii   Vamoouvkh;
Kkknik Nanaimo Rossland Viotohia
YUKON MBTRIOT-DAWSON and Wiiitk Hohbk.
UNITKI) sta'I'KS-Nkw York, San Fkancisco, Sbattlb, Portland, Skaoway,
Savings Bank Department.
DepoHtls Itoccivod and lutcrost Allowed.   Present Bate t Fer Cent
Nelson Branch.
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
Special Features of the
Florence   Hot   Blast
Our New Idea Deflector Fire Pot greatly increases tke heating capacity of the stove, and in connection with the deflector ring forces the
heat to the floor. The base is hot, the floor being warmer than wuli a
base burner.
The Hot Blast Attachment takes in the cold air through a duct at the
rear of the fire pot, the heated air being discharged in a urcle at the top
of Are pot, over fire, thus consuming all the gases and products of combustion, lt can be operated in connection with the front draft door, or
independently, by a screw register in the rear of base, insuring complete
control of tbe stcve with nearly perfect combustion.
The large Hot Air Circulating Flue on the back takes the cold air from
the floor and ejects it .ntensely heated, through the top *,ad(,ing greatly
to the heating capacity.
Where the stove is operated according to directions'we guarantee it to
consume all the gas contained in soft coal, thus deriving the benefit of
all the heat in the fuel consumed, causing a truly remarkable saving of
fuel over any other stove on the market, The stovs will hold fire from
24 to 48 hours without attention.
M'LACHLAN BROS.
HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA
Too many Limos I hn origin of a hi'adiuho Ih
un ..-.'it.nhii.H. and onu begin*, dosing t.h<* Hloni-
ai*h for II, wlnm an a-iplli-itInn  of llrlllllhH
draw nut tho pain
anil givo InunodiMe roltet.   It will oure any
Kor__Jeby-.l>.V____u��. "��)'_)__���.|, c.      ]
Menthol I iulinonl would draw out tho pain I Rjveraiilu Avi.
amigivo tatnodUto roll__.  It win mW a vWntinntav , ���   .  .
hoodarheno matuir how Marcro. ' j U. K. 1 AUKAIlUKY, Local Agt'Dt,
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VE8TIBULED TRAINS.
PALAOB DIMIMG AND 0B8ERVATI0N
OAi-S.-MEALS a la 0ABTE.
Close connection East and Westbound at .Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Ohica(/o, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West nnd South.
Leaves Spokane daily for.East at!9:15 a m
Leaves Spokane daily tor WeBt at 7:15 a-m
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 8*00 pm.
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
hound tritinrs connect at Duluth with
themagniHcuntsteaiii��hips North-West
and North-Land of tlivNorthern Steamship Oompany Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further information, ap, folders, etc., apply to uny agent of Spokane
Fulls & Northern Ky., Kaelo & Slocan
Ry., Kontei ai Kailway & Navigation
Oo , or to
H. BRANDT,
Oity Pans, anil Tkt.  Agt,   W  7()1
Spokane, Wash.
"RY, Local Ab,
-ielaou. H.dj
THE   PROSPECTORS'
'l*^r*^r*rmAr*r*r*h*0*)r>r%***Ar%l*)r%^A^^
EXCHANGE ?
NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. O, (
g��Id> SHver-Lead  and  Copper Mines wanted at tlie EXCHANOE.   >
FREE   MILLING   GOLD properties wanted at once for Eastern   J
investors.
Parties having  mining
samples of their ore to the K	
We desire to hear from prospectors who have promising mineral
claims ln Rrltish Columbia.
, n_l��P^?1T.c_.t0,^8.^n,?  mininl?  "-en   are requested   to make the  EX*
J LllAMili, their headquarters when In Nelson.
, All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID.
1 Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
ANDREW  F.  ROSENBERGER.
1    Telephone No. 104.   P. O. Box 700. T*     NELSON, go,
,mArfr*0*r*l****f\j**r\******Vlv*^^ ,
for  Bale are   requested to send
GRANGE for exhibition.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
UBAD OFFICE NELSON. U. C
Branoli Markets in Rowland, Trail, Neluon, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Porks, New Denver and Slooan City.
Ort���� by mall to ��__, brMch will have careful -vM w___tt a_tMtlo.ru
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
W.
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   O.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C   Block. Ward Street, Nklson.
Oidera by m��il receive careful add prompt attention
ly

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