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 Daily Edition No. 1260
Nelson,  British Columbia, Friday,   February 7, 1902
Eleventh Year
What the Southern Colonies
Suggest for Conference.
documents was mado in the case of
the Payne Consolidated vs. Wilson.
P. E. Wilson appeared for the plaintiff and S. S. Talyor for the
All Favor   Preferences   for
British Trade  and
Montreal, Feb. G.--The Star's Lol-
don cable says: The Australian ministers clearly mean business at the
coronation conferonee regarding trade.
Mr. Wise, attorney general of New
South Wales, suggests an Australian
rebate on customs duties on all goods,
llritish and foreign, imported in British bottoms. The idea of Including
foreign goods in the preference is to
avoid contravention of the most favored nations clause. Mr. Barton, the
federal premier of Australia, approves
the suggestion and Mr. Sedden, the
premier for New Zealana, is willing
to give a customs rebate on British
and not foreign goods imported to
New Zealand in British bottoms.
It is thought these early colonial
advances are made in the hope of
strengthening that seotion of the
llritish cabinet which would welcome
some measure of British reoipiocity
with tha colonies, as part of the forthcoming British Budget. In budget
matters, however, Sir Michael Hicks-
Ileach has hitherto been supreme and
he has always flouted the preferential
idea. Though the Canadian government is not known in the best informed circles here to be taking any fresh
step in regard to fast mail service, the
subject was much discussed at last
night's dinner of the Canadian club.
The impression seemed to prevail that
ncthing adequate or effective cau be
done until the C. P. R. is invited by
the Canadian government to undertake
the project with an increase of the
subsidy beyond the $750,000 already
enacted by the Canadian parliament.
No doubt is felt that tbe British government would assent to co-operate in
any inceased subsidy if the C. P. H.
were directly concerned. Sydney has
gained many influential lriends lately
as a terminal port. Its adoption in
place of Quebec would necessitate only
three instead of fonr steamers. It is
snggested that the Intercolonial railway would poshibly be transferred to
the C. P. R. as a part of the deal.
Hugh Armstrong Elected by Acclamation in Portage la Praire.
Winnipeg, Feb. 6.���Bar "V" ranch,
formerly owned by the Northwest
Cattlo Co., bas been purchased by
George Lane, of Calgary, and Messrs.
Uordon, Ironsides and Fares. The
deal involved in cattle, horses, land
and improvments over $200,000. The
ranch is finely situated and is of the
largest and most complete in Alberta.
Hugh Armstrong, Conservative, was
cleoted by acclamation today for Portage la Prairie to AN the legislature
vacancy caused by the death of Wtr.
Yesterday  Before  His  Honor   Judge
In chambers yesterday before Judge
Korin in the case of Bremner vs,
Arlington MineB, Mr. Wbeallor, for
the defendant, applied to have a por
tion of the plaintiff'B plea set aside
on the ground that it was inconsistent
with plaintiff's statement of claim. 8,
8. Taylor appeared for the plaintiff.
The application was dismissed with
costs against the defendant.
In Imperial Mines vs. Valparaiso,
R. W. Hannington for plaintiff
obtained an order for discovery of
documents on affidavit. Application
was opposed by R. M. Macdonald.
Talyor and O'Shea obtained orders
to serve Richard Porter, of Carlson
and Porter, outsido tho jursdiction,
namely at Spokane, in the following
separate actions brought by A. B.
Wightman, J. Y. Gnffln and Co., A.
Macdonald and Co., and Frank Carlson. Tho same firm also obtained an
order for leave to serve the Rene
Lnudi syndicate in Doual, France, In
the two actions of Bole vs. Laudi
A joint order for  the   discovery   of
Does Not Know the Man Who Got
Him to Begin Proceedings.
The writ in the suit of C. W. A.
Neill for $04,000 against the Nelson
Elcjtrie Tramway company, for
neglecting to comply with some of the
regulations of the C'unada Railway
Act, has been served through Dumble-
ton and Bond, of Victoria, ou Macdonald and Johnson, solicitors tor the
company, and tbey havo entered an
appearance. So far the detailed statement of the claim has not been delivered and until that is done how this
amount is arrived at can only be
Referring to the initial proceedings
lhe Viotoria Colonist says:
A writ for the sum of $94,000 has
been issued against the New Vancouver Coal company, of Nanaimo, for
an alleged infraction ot tbe Railway
Act. Behind the scenes in this claim,
whioh is one made for forfeitures and
pecnalties under chapter, Victoria
31, sections 100, 300, 303 and 304 of
the Dominion Railway Act, and
amendments, is a strange story. The
plaintiff, as given by the writ, is
Charles William A. Neill, of Victoria,
who, as the writ says, sues on behalf
of himself and His Majesty tbe King.
As a matter of fact, Neill says he sues
on behalf of someone else also other
than His Majesty the King, and this
somebody prefers to remain in the
Neill is the runner for the Dawson
hotel, and according to the story
given by him to a Colonist reporter
yesterday, all ho knows of the action,
is that he signed some papers at the
request of a man, whose name, he
deolared, he did not know. According
to the stoiy then told by Neill, tbe
action is being taken in his name on
behalf of another, an unknown as far
as he is concerned.
Tho action is taken to clai^n the
sum of $04,1100 as forfeitures and
penalties because of the alleged failure of the Now Vnancouver Coal company to file returns showing the
amount of business, accidents and
other details, as required by the
statutes of the Railway Act above
quoted with the Dominion government. A similar action, and for an
equally large amount, has been taken
against the Nelson Electrio Tramway
company, Neill being again named
as thc plaintiff in the writ; but, as
he says, all that he knows, is that he
signed some papers, and tbo action as
taken by another whose name he says,
he does not know.
Matters  Before   Council   of    Nelson
Board of Trade.
The council of the board of trade
met last night with President Holt in
the chair. It was resolved to submit
a recommendation to the next regular
meeting of tha council directing tne
secretary to prepare and send out a
circular letter inviting merchants and
business men to join the board of
trade. It was deoided to recommend
to the board the adoption of resolutions of condolence to the family of
the late J. Roderick Robertson. Mr.
Robertson was one of the delegates
appointed to attend the meeting of the
Associatsd Boards of Trade, and Pres-
lent Holt appointed J. J. Campbell to
fill the avcancy caused by Mr. Robertson's death. The delegation to the
Associated Boards of Trade will consist of President Holt, H. Bunyan,
snd J. J. Campbell.
Considerable discussion was had as
to the desirability of having a pre
vinoial exhibit in tbe exposition to be
held in St. Lonis. All present were
favorable to having snch an exhibit
and it was decided to present a recommendation to the provincial authorities requesting them to make an appropriation ao that British Columbia
may be properly represented at the big
American fair.
Ocoupants Had Time to Escapo Withi
out Injury.
Chicago, Feb. O.-The Varsity flat
buildings, situated at tho southeast
corner of 00th street and Ellis avenue,
and near the Chicago university buildings waa destroyed by fire this evening, entailing a loss on the owner of
the structure and tenants of $100,000.
All the tenants had ample time to
escapo, however, and no lives were
loBt. Three men were injured by the
explosion of gasoline in s grocery
How Rev. Henry Irwin Game
to   His   Untimely
Declined to Reveal His Identity   or   Antecedents.
Montreal, Feb. 6.���The remains of
Rev. H. Irwin, (Father Pat) who
died iu the Hotel Dieu hospital here
recently after being found wandering
in the woods at Sanlt Au Recollet,
suffering from exposure, will not be
sent to Vancouver but will be shipped
iu a few days to England.
An official of Hotel Dieu says the
patient was brought there in a most
distressing condition early in January. He refused to give any information concerning himself or relatives,
but talked about everything else
freely. A Bhort time before death he
embraced the Roman Catholic faith,
but it was not until aftor his body
had been removed to the cemetery tha
his identiity was discovered. This
was through a package addressed to a
brother with whom the hospital
authorities hnd placed themselves in
communication. How he got to Montreal and what be did before his discovery in tho woods, nearly dead, is a
Quebec, Feb. 6.���The principal
event today in Quebec's week of sport
was the carnival drive which was an
immense success, 40,000 people witnessing many of tbe allegorical cars,
which were very fine. The competitions which will last throughout the
week were continued.
Felix Guillotte, a well known hotel
keeper, died suddenly yesterday
morning. Today tho police are investigating rumors that his death was
caused by poisoning and sensational
developments are promised.
Tawmorth, Ont., Feb. 0.���Fire
today destroyed Ross' drug store and
residence, Johnson's general store,
Floyd and Sons' tailor shop, York and
Richardson's barber shop, O'Brien's
shoe shop and a double dwelling.
Loss $20,000 j insured for $15,000.
Will Have to Return to Yokahama
For Trial.
Minneapolis, Feb. 6.���After listening for four hours to a heated argument this afternoon, United States
Commissioner Howard Abbott, issued
an order for the extradition of Francis
Mayer, alleged to have forged debenture bonds of the Yokahama Steam
Laundry, Yokahama, Japan. He was
arrested in this city December Stli
while on his way from Japan to
Europe. A writ of habeas corpus will
be secured at once by Mayer's attorneys and the oase taken to the United
States district court.
Claimed the Biddies Had $1,000 When
Pittsburg, Feb. 0.���Word comes tonight from Butler, to the effect that
Mrs. Soffel, tbe accomplice of the
Biddle brothers is considerably worse
and the developments in her case are
being watched with interest. Her
wound seems to be healing, but sho
takes very little nourishment and ber
mental condition is desoirbed as approaching collapse.
Harry Biddle,tho brother of the men
Whose bodies were burled yesterday,
says the grave will be protected indefinitely from vandals, by armed
guards. Today he made formal application to be appointed exeoutor of the
estate of Edward and Jack. He claim
that the former, when first arrested
had in his possession about $1,000
and tbe latter $200 In oash.
Arranging ThatRusslan Bankers Build Manchurian
Ghlna Desires Equal Rights
for  All  Allen   Nations.
Pekin, Feb. 0.~The British, American and Japanese ministers here have
renewed their opposition to the Manchurian arrangements between China
and RussiE. It is probable tbat this
action will result in the further postponement of the consummation of this
The powers in opposition to the
Manchurian treaty aie now beginning
to recognize the force of the representations of the Chinese plenipotentiaries that China is making the best
terms possible for herself and incidentally for the equal rights of the
other nations in China and are shifting their protests to Russia as the
responsible party. Paul Lessar, the
i.ussian minister hero, is endeavoring
to maintain the transparent diplomatic fiction that the Manchurian
treaty and the Russo-Chinese bank
agreement are not related. He has
informed his colleagues that the Russian government bas no official
knowledge of the negotiations of the
Russo-Chinese bank.
The Russian agents are playing their part with the greatest regard
for appearances, while M. Lessar is
arranging the treaty with China. In
the light of the statements of Chinese
ufficials which were repeated yesterday, namely that Russia insists upon
the simultaneous signing, of the Manchurian treaty and the bank agreement, the representations of M.Lessar
fail to carry weight. The native
newspapers are filled with stories that
Russia is trying to gain her ends by
offers of heavy tribes.
Germany remains a disinterested
spectator of the affair. The correspondent here of tne Associated Press
has seen a draft of the agreement.
This provides that China shall build
all railways ana develop all mines in
Manchuria. If Bhe is unable to command the capital, she shall apply to
the bank. If the bank is unab'e or
unwilling to entei into arrangements,
China may apply elsewhere for capital. The final clause stipulates that
the agreement shall in no wise impair
the existing rights of other nations,
whioh clause is ralpably nullified by
the preceding conditions.
Terms of Treaty By Whch Tbey Pass
to United States.
Washington, Feb. O.-The full text
of the treaty between tho United
States and Denmark for the cession of
tho Danish West Indian islands was
made publio today. The purchase
price is given aB $5,000,000. The treaty
specifies that Denmark agrees to cede
to the United States immediately upon
the exohange of ratifications ot the
conventions, tho islands of St.
Thomas, St John and St. Croix in the
West Indies, with the adjacent islands
and rocks, comprising in said cession
all the title and claims of title to tbe
territory inland about said islands
over whioh the crown of Denmark
now exercises, asserts or claims jurisdiction. It is set forth, however, that
the consummation of the cession dees
not impart the transfer to the United
States ot the financial claims now held
by Denmark against tbe colonial
treasures of the islands, it being
agreed that these claims are altogether extinguished in consequence of
the cession.
The title conveys to the United
States tbe absolute feo and ownership
of all public, government or crown
lands, public buildings, ports, harbors, fortifications, barracks and all
other public property of every kind
and description belonging to the government of Denmark, it being, however agreed that the arms and military stores existing in tbe islands at
the time remain the property of the
government and shall, as soon as circumstances permit, be removed by it.
iSult Against White Pass Railway  Must  Oo to
Inquiry to Be Made Into the Diversion
of Water From the Great Lakes.
Washington, Feb. 6.���Senator Piatt,
New York, today introduced In the
Senate a joint resolution providing for
the appointment of a joint commission
by the United States and Canada to
examine and report upon the diversion of the waters between tbe two
countries. The resolution requires
that each country shall appoint two
members of the commission and that it
shall investigate "the condition and
uses of the waters adjacent to the
boundary line between the United
States and Canada, including all the
waters of tbe lakes and rivers whose
water flow bv the St. Lawrence river
to tbe Atlantic ocean." The commission also is to report upon the effect
npon the shores of tbese waters and
the structures thereon, by reason of
the diversion of those waters from
their natural channels aud npon tne
interests of navigation and farther
upon the measures necessary to regu
late such diversions.
New York, Feb. 6.���Princeton beat
Columbia at hockey tonight by a score
of 5 to 1. The game was in the sories
of intercollegiate championship con-
tetts and was played in the St.
Nioholas rink.	
Colombian Rebels Kill the Gaoler and
Several of tho Garrison.
Colon, Feb. 0.���The rumor that the
steamer Libertalor, now operating in
the interests of the Matos revolution
against President Castro, of Venezuela, bad been sunk at Puerto
Colombia by a Venezuelan man-of-war
is unfounded. According to the news
received here today the Libertador
was at Cartagena, Colombia, last
Saturday and left Sunday, after coaling and taking on board supplies, for
an unknown destination.
Other news received here today from
Cartagena is to the effect that 91
political prisoners who were lodged in
prison in that oity managed to make
their way out on Februiiry 1st. Their
escapo was attended by a Berious
affray in which tho commander of the
prison and the fort and several others
wero killed.
The escaped prisoners havo not yet
been recaptured.
By a recent government decree, promulgated on the isthmus, passports
peimitting transit through or in the
department of Panama will only be
issued to partisans of the government
or to neutral foreigners. No ono will
be allowed upon the streets of Panama
or Colon after 10 p.m. who is not provided with written permisson from
the proper authoiities. In case the
enemy threatens attaok, says this
decree, the traffic and transit to all
not bearing arms in behall of the
government or who are memberB of
the public service will be stopped It
is reported here that the Liberals
also have affected a landing, at
A Farmer j.Near Ogdesburg Strikes a
$75 Vein.
Ogdensburg, N. Y., Feb. 6.���Gold
has lately been discovered on the
rocky farm of J. Lincoln Hockins, of
Depyster. The matter has been kept
secret awaiting the report of an expert
assayer. The report just made places
the ore at a value of $75 per ton. Mr.
HocHns haa commencod mining on a
small scale, having taken out a ton
and a half of gold bearing quartz.
The vein was found noar the surface
and runs into the side of a hill. Expert miners say the find is a valuable
one. Preparations are being mado for
extensive mining operations in the
Monte Carlo, Feb,0.���At the conclusion of today's plsy the following
additional results were recorded:
Pillsbury and Teiohmann drew,is did
Mason and Napier; Tsuhigorin lost
to Popiel while Maroczy and Janowski also drew. All these drawn games
will be replayed next Saturday.
Chicago, Feb. 0.���It was announced
today that bowlers of tbe whole world
will bo invited to participate in tbe
Olympian gatiios of 1004 in Chicago.
An effort will be also made to secure
the annual tournament of the American Bowling congress of that year for
the games.
Fernie, Feb. 0.���Tbe quarantine
placed on this city was raised this
evening, and there Is now no restriction against travel. The quarantine
was pnt into effect on account of tht
presence of smallpox.
Company Makes Strong Fight
to Win on Preliminaries. ���
Victoria, Feb. 8.���In the Supreme
couit today before the Hon. Mr. Justice Martin, Mr.Cassidy, K.C., counsel
for the White Pass and Yukon railway
moved lor un order dismissing the
actions brought as test cusor by claimants, who seek to reoover enormous
sums of nioney lrom the railway company on the gronndB that the company's freight charges were extortionate aud exaoted in tho absence of legal
authority. The two cases heard today
W e those brought by the Upper
Yukon Con.Co., and Joseph Clcarihne,
the claimants being represented by
Frank Higgins and R   T. Elliott.
Mr. Cassidy in an able and exhaustive argument occupying several hours
forcihly presented the railway's side
of the case.
Mr. Higgins in reply cited the provisions of the Railway Act relied on
by the claimants and also several canes
decided by the House of Lords, in
England, and by th�� Supreme court
of Canada, establishing the right of
the action claimed.
In giving his decision Mr. Justice
Martin said that insofar as related to
the question of the American territory
and to the arguments brought forward
against the powers of the Canadian
parliament to regnlate rates, his lordship confined hinsclf to an expression
of opinion that these were questions
of so great importance that he could
not accede to the contention of the
railway company that they were so
far settled as to bind him to take
judicial notice of them for the purpose
of dismissing these actions aud that
be entertained some doubts as to the
power cf the railway company to
"approbate and reprobate"; that 1b,
to obtain a charter and secure the
benefit thereof, and thou to disavow
the obligation imposed thereby. He,
therefore, dismissed the railway company's motions with costs and the
actions will go on fur trial.
~_������ i
Columbia Council Agre s to Retain
the Old Name.
Grand Forks, Feb. 6.���The last
obstaole to the harmonious amalgamation of the cities of Grand Forks and
Columbia bas been removed. It was
orginally proposed that tbe name of
the united cities should be Miner but
recently an agitation was started hero
with the object of retaining the name
of Grand Forks. Tlie city council of
Columbia, at a meeting held last
night, adopted a resolution endoisiog
that proposition.
of Crew Carried Away
Master Suffers Severely.
Atlantic City, N. J., Feb. 0.���Capt.
David Calhoun, who was icported missing in the yacht Dart last Tuesday,
put into the inlet today alone, neatly
dead from starvation, exposure and
loss of sleep. His crew of two men,
one an American named Thomas Pees,
and a Japanese, he reports being
drowned on Tuesday night. The captain had to rig a new sail himself,
the old one being swept away. When
the gales struck the yacht first tho
two men comprising the crew were in
a email dory drawing a cod fish lne.
The storm was a sudden one and before any effott could be made to reach
them they were torn away from tlieir
anohorsaud he never saw them again.
Erie, Pa., Fe b. 0.���The entire
family of Grant Shirley, a Lake Shore
brakeman, including his wite and
five cluldten, were overcame by escaping fuel gas at their home last night.
Neighbors forced an entrance to tho
house today and found ono child, a
7-year-old boy, dead. Tho mother and
two other children are still unconscious tonight snd may not reoover.
i Nklson  Daily Miner,   Fkiuay.   Februarv 7, jc.02
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The Miner has called attention to
the methods pursued by the Canadian
Pacific railway in its shameless effort
to hoodwink the people and by ap-
p:als to patrotism to aid in bringing
about an utterly selfish end. Through
the publication of inspired editorials
and dispatches tbe attempt was made
to crenU a hostile sentiment towardi
legitimate enterprises which are ailing greatly in the development of British Columbia. For a time tho floodgates were stopped probably through
shame at being exposed when engaged
in work which waB next door to
nefarious. Still uot one of these ex-
nosed journals has yet shown any
signs of repentance nor hove they offer,
ed any explanation of their conduct; on
the contrary, one or two of them have
commence- to reiterate some of the arguments of the former crusade, for a
cause which has not even oue legitimate leg to stand on. The public
think, however, from the very complete exposure of tlie attempt to deceive, tbat no self respecting journal
should havo tho hardihood to recommence the crusade on the saino lines,
but still this has aud is being done.
One of the alleged dispatches, whicb
was prepared by the agent of the C.
P. R.| who is ono of the most talented
newspaper men in Canada, was pub'
lishcd in the Vancouver Province and the Nelson Tribune, and ro
printed in the Rossland Miner, purported to have been sent from Fort
Steele. The Fort Steele Prospector
makes the following satirical remarks
concerning this alleged dispatch
"Marconi has made wonderful steps
in wireless telegraphy, and perhaps
a rival of Marconi is working a
grapevine from Fort Steele to the
coast. From investigation we are
certain that no such reports aa published in tbe provincial papers were
sent out from Fort Steele."
Thc explanation is simple. All the
dispatches and editorials wore prepared by the individual who spent a
couple of weeks in the Kootenays.
Thej were typewritten and distributed
around among tlie papers which are
under the influenco ol tho Canadian
Pacifio railway, with instructions to
fire tbem off at certain dates. As per
schedule they were duly discharged.
They were so much alike, however,
and as the same language was used in
some of the sentences, it led to a
comparing of notes, and a realization
of the true inwardness of the crusade.
The editor of tho Kamloops Sentinel
was offered some of tbo typewritten
articles for publication io his paper
by trusted agents of the railway oompany and he, acting in the interests of
tve people, ana doubtlesB anery at
the idea that anyone should think him
so ignoble that ho could be induced to
take part in such a selfish campaign,
exposed the whole plot, making It ono
of the most complete fiascos ever
The city of Nelson is advertising
for a chief for the fire department. A
number of applications have been
received for the position. Western
cities arc built of inflammable
material and a number of them have
suffered from the dire offcits of large
conflagrations. Within the last voir
or two Now Westminster and Sandon
wero virtually swept out of existence
by large Hies and many of thoir citizens, who were ailluent, were reduced
to poverty by reason of these disasters. Nelson has so far escaped a
serious conflagration. Precautions
have been taken in time against flros
by maintaining a paid flrejdepartment,
by establishing fire limits, inside of
which the erection of wooden buildings is prohibited,and by furnUliingan
adequate water supply. It has been determined by the city authorities that
tbe chief of the lire department shall
bo as competent a fireman as can bo
secured for tho salary paid. What is
wanted is a firtt class, experienced
fireman, a cool, resolute man, who
will not lose his bead dining the excitement which attends tho suppression of fires. He must be a good disciplinarian and at the same time bo
able to command the respect of his
subordinates to tbe extent that  thoyj
will look up to him and obey all his
eo't'mandi the moment tbey are given,
even in the fare of great danger.
Pieferably the position should be
given to a home fireman, but if no
competent man can be secured at home
then a selection should be made from
the applicants from other communities. Too desire is to secure a
thoroughly competent man and the
position should be awarded to the best
qualified among the applicants. Tho
place is ono that should not bo
filled by a weakling.
The question of flrst aid to thc in-
jored continues to be agitated by the
papers throughout the west. In conversation with those connected with
thc mining industry, including mine
owners and workers, the opinion is
unanimous that something in the
nature of a system should be adopted
so that suffering may be alleviated
and lives tometimes saved before tho
arrival of a physician after accidents
have occurred. One suggestion is
tbat the physicians whom the mine
employes pay should ou the occasions
of his visits to mines, or at any other
suitahlo time, give instructions to
men selected lrom among the employes, as to what should be done in
the way of first aid. In a short time
a number could be instructed in thi
way,who would be of groat service to
those who are so unfortunate as to be
Injured. The mine owners should, it
is thought, supply the bandages, temporary splints, ten n in nets, and medicines It is understood that one of the
physicians ot Nelson intends within a
short time to deliver a lecture on the
subject of "First Aid to the Injured."
The productive life of tho Klondike
is to be extended considerably by the
exploitation ol the quartz mines. Re
ports from Dawson say that the two
quartz mills, which have been put up
there, cannot handle all of the ore
that is offered for crushing. Many
quartz mines have been opened and
rich ledges found. There is a demand
for more stamp mil la.
Schwab, the steel magnate, is cutting a wide swatb in Europe. He
made an unsuccessful attempt to
break tho bank at Monte Carlo and
canio out second best and shorn uf all
his loose change. He has been in
Austria lately where he has been
chartering special trains and attending court functions. He 1b bo free
witb bis money that tlio people of the
Austrian capital cheer him whenever
he appears on the streets. A Schwab
and bis money arc evidontly easily
The Pan-American eongrets, which
opened in Mexico on October 11th, has
not beon the marked success that some
of its ptojeetors hoped it would be.
There Iibb been a great deal of jealousy and rivalry displayed by the
South American republics, aud for a
while it was feared that the congress
would fail to agree on a single question. The congress finally, however,
has agreed to accept the principles of
The Hague convention in regard to
international arbitration. This result was attained principally through
the strenuous exertions of the United
States and Mexico.
Miss Stone, the American missionary captured by brigands, has been a
few days over five months in captivity.
She was captured ou Sept. 3rd of last
yeai. The sum of $61,000 has been
raised by popular subscription to pay
tho ransom demanded. So far, however, United States Consul Dickinson
has been unable to obtain her release.
Consul Dicliinsoif4 and thc board ol
foreigu missions have tbe sum demanded for Miss Stone's release, but
notwithstanding al! their efforts thby
have been unable to secure the desired
end. Perhaps, if thc United States
sent a warship or two to take possession of a Turkish custom house, following the example of France, the
Sultan might bestir himself to secure
the release of the unfortunate woman,
who must be weary ol hsr captivity.
The Dunsmuir government is mak-
lnga desperate effort to prolong its
life,but does not appear to be me ting
with any alarming degree of success,
says the Nelson Economist. The truth
is, no one has any faith in Mr. Dunsmuir or his cabinet, and no number
of fair promises will restore the government to favor. Premier Dunsmuir
and his government have been given a
fair trial, and if anything has been
demonstrated it is that he and his
cabinet have been most conspicuous
failures from the standpoint of statesmanship. They have undertaken nothing and consequently it is not surprising that they have not accomplished anything. The country is in
just as bad shape as it was nnder tne
benign rule of Cory Ryder and Joseph
Mnrtin, and no beneflcient change
may be expected until Dunsmuir's
government is turned ont. The time
for this iB happily approaching, nnd
then we may look for a change in
bnsibeas all aiound. ]
The Hudson's Bay Stores
Opera Flannel Blouses,   Silk skirts,
Ladies' jackets, Golf Capes,   Ladies'
Costumes, Dress Goods and Furs.
At Largely Reduced Prices.
We do no} often advertise special reductions, but when we
do they are. genuine. No inferior goods are bought by us
and offered as so-called Bargains.
Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cnre in all Cases.
There is uoth ing like Asthmalene. It
brings instant relief, oven in t e worst
oases.   It cures when all else fails.
The Rev. O. F. WELLS, o Villa Ridge,
111., Bays: "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene received iu good oondition. I oannot
tell you how thankful I feel for the good
derived from it. I was a slave, chained
with putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
yenrs. I despaired of ever being cured. 1
saw your advertisement for the cure of
this dreadful and tormenting disease, As-
llimii, nnd thought you bad overspoken
yourselves, but resolved to give it a trial.
To my astonishment the trial acted like a
charm.    S��nd me a full size bottle.
Bcv. Dr. Morris Wecbsler.
Rabbi of thn Cong. Bnai Israel,
Nkw York, Jan, 3,1901
Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.,
Gentlemen: Your Asthmslene is an
excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay
Fever, and its composition alleviates all
troubles whioh combine with Asthma.
Its success is astonishing and wonderful.
After having it carefully analyzed, we oan state that Asthmalene oontains
no opium, morphine, chloroform or ether.    Very truly yours,
Avon Springs, N. Y, Feb. 1, 1001.
Drs. Taft Bnos. Medicine On.
Gentlemen : I write this testimonial from a sense of duty, having tested the
wonderful effect of your Asthmnlene, for the cure of Asthma. My wife has
been nfflcted with apasmodic a^sthma for th" past 12 years. Having exhausted
my own skill ns well as many others, 1 chanced to see your sign upon your
windows on 130 Ih street, New York, I at onoe obtained a bottle of ABthmalena.
My wife commenced taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed
a radical improvement. After using one bottle her Asthma has disappeared
and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflioted with this distressing disease.
Yours respectfully, O. D. PHELPS), M. D.
Dr. Taft Bros, Medicine Co, Feb. 6,1901.
Gentlemen: I was troubled *vith Asthma for 22 yenrs. I have tried numerous remedies, but they have nil failed. I ran across your advertisement aud
started with a trial buttle. I found relief at onoe. I have since purchased your
full-sized bottle, and I am ever grateful. I have a family of four ohildren, and
for six years was nnable to work. I am now in the best of health and am doing
business every day.   This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit.
Home address, 235 Rivington street, S. RAPHAEL,
67 East 129th St,,New York Oity.
Do not delay.   Write at once, addressing  DR  TAFT BROS, MEDICINE
CO., 79 East 130th St., N. Y. City.
Sold by All Druggists.
Oultivate an Inclination for
The most convenient and comfortable Cottage Home in the city, con.
sisting of JJ large comfortable rooms,
closets, bath, pantry, cellar and
basement, lighted by electricity,
heated by fire-place and hot-air
furnace to which is connected the
hot water tank, gas range for cooking, door and window screens, awnings, Lawn at front and back, well
furnished including valuable books
and piano.
If you want comfort nnd convenience and liave a reasonable amount of
cash, call and tain business. A fair
price und reasonable terms will be
If there is anything you requlra.ask
for  It   In     b* Miluruu   cf tbe Miner.
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
iBilliard Nicholas 10.00
Complete stock of Invitations, bcore Cards, Prizes,
Punches and Markers for
Progressive Games.
Canada Drug and
Book Co.. Ltd.
in Prizes |  WINTER carnival 55
Thursday, Friday fe Saturday,
February 20 to 22, 1902
Grand Hookey Tournament (for the senior and junior championship of the province), Five Skating Haoes, Six Snowsboe Races, Kki
Running and Jumping, Carnival Masquerade, Cutter Races for Pnc-
ers and Trotters,
Single fare for rouud trip on all railways.   Tickets on sale Febra-
nry 20, good to return until Feb. 24,   Por programs or any inform.i-   O
tion, address H.W.O. JACKSON, Sec. Oarnivnl Committee, Rossland   {}
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We are showing this season a full
line of theGE goods and solicit your;
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
ftbelRc^alBank of Canada
Capital' Authorized,
Incorporated 1869.
93,000,000.00 I  Capital raid-up,
���        dK.IHKl.thtn.lKI
��� .     WI.JIIll.WIH.llll
Board of Dlroxlora     Thomas IC. Kenny, President;   Thomas Kltohlo. Vloo- President
;iWUov Smith. U. U. Bauld, Hon. David MaoKocn.
Uead Oflce, Hallrax 1
Ueneral Mnragor, F.ds-on L. PoaRe, Montreal.
Superintendent of Branches, and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Hallfav.
Nova Scotla-Hallfax Branoh, Antiponlor.
Brldgowatftr, Quysboro. Londonderry, Lu -
onburg. Maitland I Hauls Co.), l'lctou. Port
Hawkosbury, Sydney, Hhubenacadie,Truro,
Slew    Brunswick ��� Bathurst,     Dorchester,
Frederioton, Ktnreton (Kent Co.), Mono-
ton, Newcastle, Sackville 8t, John.Woodatook*
P. _. Istcod -CharlottoLowu, Summerslde.
Quebec���Montreal, (City '��� Office), Moulroa
West End (Cor. Notre Datno and Solg-
neu-H stroete); Wostmonnb (Cor. Qreene
Avenue and Sl. Catharines Street.
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Culm, Writ Indlen���Havana.
Halted fttates-New York (16 Mxohango Plaoe
Republic Wash.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,  Nelson,   Bossland,   Vanconver,
Vanconver East End, Victoria.
Correspondents 1
Canada���Merchants Hank of Canada.   Boston���Nations.   Shawmut Bsink.   Chicago���Illinois
Tnwt and Savings Bank.   Han Francisco���Firet National Bank.   London,  Ebr.���Bank or
Scotland.   Furls, France-Credit Lyonnais.   Bermuda���Bank of Itoruiuda.   China and Ju-
pan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Spokane���Old National Bank.
Uenei al Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Beugh
and Sold, Letters ol Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on epecia
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd. Manager, Nelson, B.C.
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
1 have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors,
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber.
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LABDO.
sold by All Newsdealers
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always in
We cany a complete stock of Count Floor! 11K
Coiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash nnd
Doors. Special order work will reooive prompt
attention'   Mall orders solicited.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
Head Offlce-Hendrvx and Vernon "c Nelpon
Furnish,, Monthly to all lovers of Song
and Mualc a vast volume of New, Cholc,
Copyright Com positions by the most popular authors. 64 Pag** of Piano Music,
half Vocal, half Instrumental���ai Com pletc
Pieces for Plsno���Once a Month for as
Cents. Yearly Subscription, fa.00. If you
will send us the name and address of five
performers on the Piano or Oiyan, we will send
you a copy of the Magazine Free.
���    j. W. PEPPER, Publisher,
Eighth 4 Locust Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
Rates to all railway and
lake points
General Agent,
Tel. No. 265. S
Office - Two doors west
C.P.R. offices.
Change   of   Service
Until further advised the steamer
"Kokanee" for Kaslo and "Moyie"
for Kootenay Landing will leave
Procter, connection from Nelson
being as follows :
For Crow's Nest, Winnipeg,
St. Paul, Chicago, Toronto,
Montreal and all Eastern
Daily Arrive
.Nelson 0.15 p. rn.
7.15 a. m.
For  Kootenay  Lake   points
and Kaslo
Leave        Daily ex Sunday        Arrive
4.00 p, m NelsoD 10.15 a.m.
For berths, time tables, rates and full
Information apply to.
J. 8. Oartbb, B. 3. Cotlk
Dis. Pass. Agt. A. G. P. A.
Nelson V*nc< fl"M Nelson   Daily Miner, Fri ay February 7, 1902
I   mmm news.   |
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��� Tlie   Neepawa   intends   to ship  100
tons ol ore per month.
Tlir jiosun near New   Denver   shipped forty tons of ore last week.
Seven   hundred   tors   of
iiwny from the Slooan lake
January    and  if  Is
February's shipment
oro  went
mines  ln
expected    that
will   be   much
I'lilina Anpriynon is busy hauling
100 tons of Marion ore to the wharf,
says the New Denvor Ledge. The
.silver Mountain road is impassable at
a point close to New Denver and it ia
necessary to unload and reload at tho
dangerous point. It will consequently
be a month yet before all the ore ls
sent from thc whurf.
Tlie Hartney, says the New Denvor
Leilge, intends to send out a carload
of ore tiiis week. The Hartney is
looking well. The long tunnel being
driven to tap the lead ISO feet below
the upper workings will reaoh the
ledge in about 85 feet, when, If the
ore body encountered above is found,
stoping ground will be opened up and
the mine made a steady shipper.
A few days more work will complete the upraise on the Nettie L.
This will give a depth from the surface of over 4nU feet and about 259 feet
clear of stoping ground, says the
Trnut Lake Topic. Besides the lead
from which the ore was takon last
year and which ls likely to furnish a
great portion of the 8t)0 tons which it
is intended shall be got out before
sleighing breaks up. Tbe men work-
in? on tho upraise havo beon following on Ihe footwall a streak of from
ii to 18 inches of fine ore. Answering
0 question put to him by J. J. Sulli
van, Wm. Pool, the manager of the
mine, Baid that he expected to 6end
out before sleighing breaks up from
BOO to 1,000 tons of ore. Continuing
he said tbat It was the. intention of
tho company to keep on shippin ore
all summer, this being rendered possible by the fact that a good wagon
road was now constructed to the
lower workings through whioh all the
ore mined in the future will be
The completion of the new upraise
besides employing a greatly inoreased
force of men means greater expedition
in getting out ore. LaBt year the
great bulk of tbe shipments had to be
windlassed from the stopes to the
upper tunnel, now, all ore mined will
be dumped into chutes penetrating to
tlic loner tunnel and delivered from
these to the ore-house by car, a method
infinitely more expeditious than the
The opening up ef spring and tbe
commencement of navigation ought to
see awaiting snipment at Trout Lake
at leeast 1,500 tons of ore furnished
by the two principal mines of the district, the Nettie L. and Silver Cup,
and before the end of this year lt is
not too much to expect that at least a
thousand tons more will be added to
this amount, tbe contributions of ull
the other developing properties,
together with what tbe Nettie L.
people will mine in addition. This
with the opening up of the new railway is likely to create a prosperity
which will amply reward those who
have waited so long and so patiently
for the much talked of boom.
must be paid accoiding to present
valuations���that meant with the improvements anil all.
The currying out of Unit demand
would be thut the company would
have to pay tho government several
hundred thousand dullard to secure
the property. It has entered a decided
protest against thc action of the
officials of the acpartment a'sd declares
that at the forthcoming session of tho
legislature it will petition for tbe
needed relief.���Vancouver World,
Advertisements tnsorted under thia head at
tbe rate of one oo.it a word por insertion. No
advertisement taken for loss than 20 oentn.
Situation Warned advortlsomontd lusertod
three times froo of otiargo.
Overooast, Overcoats, Overooats. We
will sell you an overcoat for $12 that
you cannot buy ready made elsewhere
in Canada. It will cost you $35 made
to order, only a few left.���The
Wallace-Millei Co., Limited.
Government  Did  Not Select Its Share
and Now Wants Present Value.
It seems the fate of companies  with
which James J. Hill and the Great
Northern are conneoted, to bave fights
with the Dunsmuir government. Word
has been received heie that the Craw's
Nest Ooal company and the authorities are at loggerheads. The cause is
the allotment of lands in the coal
(own of Fernie.
Under the law the government is
entitled to one-fourth of the town,
the company to tho rest. The^com-
pany asked the lands and works department to go ahead with its locating some time ago, but from causes
not at present mado public that course
was not adopted. The company could
not wait for red tape at Victoria so it
sold property in the town and gave
guarantees tbat it would hand over
the title in due course.
The other day the government started to make its choice of blocks and
lhe first selection it made waa of the
block on which the Royal hotel stands
and on which also are the handsome
offices of the coal company end other
valuable improved properties. Tbe
coal company, of course, suppose that
the government would be willing to
hand the blocks over in return for the
money received from the lots. Bnt to
Its indignation the lands and works
department declined to take that
t'ourso,   but claimed  instead that  lt
Some Difficulties That Have Been
Experienced in Times Past.
Though the ice on Arrow Lakes
has been heavy this year, its thickness
ls not a record since steam navigation
was started on the lakes, and now the
steamers are better equipped to contend with tbis obstacle than they over
were before.
Relating what has taken place in
past years, Capt. Gore said that up
to 1803 the supply of provisions for
Nelson for the whole winter had to
bo brought ir. in the fall and tbe vos-
sels were laid off. Iu 1804 a scow was
fixed up as a ice breaker and though
there was difficulty navigation waB
kept open. The scow was only 24
feet wide and was shod with Iron. It
was so narrow that the broken ice
grated against the sides of the vessel
and damaged it much, besidos imped-
ng its progress. Tbe iron plates
became dislodged so often that they
carried a gang of carpenter? along to
do repairs when needed. The iee was
only seven inches thick that year and
the vessels wore kept running witb a
lair degree of regularity.
The worst year Captain Gore remembers was that of the winter of
1897-8, whon iee to tlie thickness of 1
inches formed. For three days the
mercury at some time or other went
down to 25 degrees below zero and
the cold weather continued for upward of three weeks. The wind seems
torconcentrate the cold air at the narrows and ice forms there whon cold
weather is not though of at any
other part of the Kootenays. That year
there was much wind, which impeded
the vessels while the snow Inthe water
and ou tho iee raised the ice breaker a
foot higher than its usual level. The
breaker previously in use had been
widened lo 38 feet making it much
more effective and another had been
built to avoid towing one for about 20
miles. Coming down one time the
wind impeded the vessel aud the ice
formed so fast that be was frozen in.
Ue was obliged to lay up one day and
cut wood and the next would fight
the ice. It took bis steamer 17 days
to make 20 miles at a point opposite
Fire Valley.
J During tile past cold snap the ice
was \2 inches thick but as the ice
breakers are of a better pattern and
wider than the steamers tbe vessels
had always been able to make the
trip in fairly guod time. At one part
of tha triu it takes the vessels three
hours to make 15 miles, whereas it is
usually done ln abont an bour and a
half, so that the steamers bave been
irom an hour to two hours late. There
are now three ice breakers employed,
one at Arrowhead, another below
Nakusp and the third oppoeite Fire
Valley. The snow of Sunday night
was an additional hindrance and that
night a part of the engine gave way
wbich caused the only important
delay of the winter. The obstacles
were not now so great but tbeie would
be ice to contend with for some time
There has been Borne trouble in
keeping tha way open to the Molly
Gibson landing and all day Wednesday a steamer was engaged at that
and yesterday 100 tons of ore was
taken down.
At Kootenay landing the steamer
occupies all its spare time breaking
ice and when tied up at the whari the
wheel is kept goirg to drive the loose
ice out into the stream and by which
it is carried away by the current of
the river. At no other places has the
company had difficulty with the ice
this winter,
FURNISHED looms with   or without
board.     Apply     on   Silica    street,
second door west of Ward.
Applv   to   Mrs F. J.
40, K. W. C. block.
Squires, Room
3. H. LOVE,
Nelson Employment Agency,
P. 0. Box 465. Phone 278.
WANTED.���Laborers $2.50 pel day,
board $5.50.    Waitress.
WANTED.���Ladies and Gentlemen
enjoy your evening at home by making $12 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
HELP of all kinds wanted and
furnished. Western Canadian Em
ployraent Agency. Large warehouse
for storage; call at Prosser's Second
Hand store, Ward stect.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's Nest
Southern   Ry.     Good   wages, long
job   Headquarters, Elko,    B.   C. A.
Guthrie & Co.
Brewers of Fine Lnger
Beer and Porter.
Velqnn   R. O
J. ROBERTSON & CO.-Next door to
_ tlio now Post ' Mils-.. Building, Vurnou
Nolson.   Day 'phouu t.rl. Night 'phone 'ills.
N. M. i sun !���-, 1,csiboo���Every knowr.
variety of soft drinks, V o Box 88. Tclophou
No. 31. Hoovor Street, Nolsion. Bottlers of th
famous Su Loon ilot Springs Mineral Wator
A MACDONALD & Co.-Corner Iron
e and Hall Streets���Wholesale itroeor
uud jobbers in blanket^, glovos, mitts, boob!
rubbers, mackinaws and miners' dundrios.
PBUHNS & Co.-Bakor Stroot, Nelson-
���   Wholesale doalors iu  fresh a d cured
moats.   Cold Storage.
Bailor Stroot, Nolson���Wholesale dea
erH iu fresh aud cured meats.
J Street, Nolson ��� Wholesalo dealars ir
hardware, minors' suppllos, sporting goods
V/| 'LAUHLAN BROS. Baker Stroot Nelson,
AtJL B. Om��� Dealers in general harhwaro,
mining supplies, gluss, pal its, Portland Ce-
ni'.'iit, tiro clay and Scoteli lire brick. Agonts
for Wilkins and Co,'s celebrated steel wire ropo
NELSON   BAUD VV AUK   CO.-Wholesale
paints, oils and gluss; uiochanios tools
Agonts foi Ontario Powder Works; lynamite
rpURNKlt, BEETON &Co.-
X    anil Josephine Streets,
As an offsictivo healer of sprains, galls
splints, so-o f.roat, couplH, swelling, soreness
inflammation in horses and cattle, Grititths'
Liniment lias proved a supremo success���as
good for tin) horso ns for his master.
P. H. Kitchl�� Sc Co., ranchers, Vancouver,
li. C. say: "Wo consider Griffiths' Menthol
Liniment unequalled for horses. One of ours
had a bad -wollingon tho left leg, whieh wns
swoUontoan Immense si/.o, wo applied the
Liniment nnd in two days tlio swelling hull left
him. We havo tried many Linluiouts but have
found nothing to equal it
J. H.   '
For sale by J
, Vaiisiono, Nelson. B. Cl
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,   ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to Q. L. LENNOX.;, Baku St.
Will pay the highest cash price for all
kinds of seoond hand goods. Will bny
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. Addrera
ililver King Mike. Box 200. Hall
Street, Nelson, B. C.
P. L. S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
Mineral al��i����s and mines suiveyed
-Corner Vernon
,   Nelson���Whole
sale dealers In liquors, cigar*, and dry kooiIn
ABentcj for Pubwt Brewing Go. of Milwaukee
and Calory Browing Co of Calgary.
HUDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholeaalo grocerio;
and liquors etc., Baker Streot, Nolaon.
Otlioo corner Hall and Front Streets
Nelson���Lumber, coiling, flooring, and every
thing in wood for building imrpoaes. Get oui
priucri.   Correspondence sollcitod.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Branoh Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kasl.
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slooan City
Orders by matt to an* branch will hava carefnl and nramat attention.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce!
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up   Capital,   88,(100,00(1;    Reserve   Fund,   J2,000,000;
Aggregate  Resources Over 865,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. OOX, President.      B. E. WALKER, Ueneral Manager.
London Office: oo Lombard Street,  B. C.
New York Office; 16 Exchange Place.
And 68 branchoB in Canada and tho United States, Including!
Atlin Gkkkmwood Nklson 8andon
Fkhnik Nanaimo Rubslanu Victoria
YUKON DISTRICT-Dawson and Wiiitk House.
UNITED STATES���New Yokk, San Fhancihco, Seattle, Portland, Skagway,
Savings Bank Department
Deposit! Received and Intereat Allowed.   Present Rate it Per Out
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager. !
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Nelson Branch.
TA.  MIIONALI),   wholesale and retail
��  Confectioner.  Tho largest, slock of Con
fectlonery iu ihe Kootenai's.
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
J. 0. GWILLIM, B-, Sc-,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Stre�� Nelson. B C
obtained in all countries
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N. A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates lurnished.
H. E- CROASDAILE Agent Nelson-
NELSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. &
M. meets second Wednesday in
month.   Visiting brethorn welcome
_, O. O. P. Kootonay Lodge
No. 16, meets overy Monday night,
at their Hall, Kootonay etroot
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invited.
John A. McRae. N.Q.   D. W. Rutherford, V.G
Fred J. Squire, Por. Soo.
Nolson Royal Arch Chaptor No. 123, G. R. C.
Meets third Wednesday. Sojourning coropnn
ions,  invited.    Goorgo Johnstone,  Z.    1. J.
SiinB,   S. E.
Tbe linal In tbe consolatiou series
reBultlug from the competition for the
Bunyan cup was played -yesterday
afternoon and was won by Pinkham's
rink, the piiz�� being fonr sacks of
flour, donated Dy the Lake of the
Woods Milling Co., one for each of
the winning rink. As tbey are good
hearted chaps the flour will likely
find its way to tbe Kootenay Lake
General hospital. The game was a
close one for the flrst naif and was
marked by good playing. The players
were: R. Weir, Dr. McLennan, D. J.
Robertson, Pinkhara, skip, 10, and
C.    D.   Jarvis, Wriglit,   Kirkpatriek,
Richardson, skip, 6, ,__���___,
A scratch game was played which
resulted as follows: Deacon, \V.
Irving, Richardson, Stanley, skip, 18;
B  Weir,   McPherson,   Tamblyn,    Dr.
Hall, skip, 13 . ,     ,
A interesting game of Hockey was
plaved at the rink last evening be-
twe*en teams from the Rocky Mountain Rangers and from tbe employees
of trie C. P.R. It was hotly contested
from start to finish, aud resulted in a
victory for the Rangers by a score of
four to three.
,... x       NELSON LODGE  No.25, K. of P.
/��jJ\$imoets in K. of P. hall, Oddfellows block
gJJjsjovoryTuosday ovonlng at, 8 o'clook.
/All visiting knights cordially  Invito
Wm. Iuvinb, C.C.
IIUQH Stkvknb, K. of R. and 8.
Nolson Enca pmont No. 7. Meots evory
and 4th Friday of each month, in Odd V olli
Hall, coinor Bakor and Kootonay streets,
Nelson. A. H. Clements, C. P.; D. McArthu.-
R. S.  Visiting brothers always welcome.
NELSON L. O. L. No. 1092 meets in fraternity Hall on first and third Friday ovonlngs
of each month at 8 o'clook. Visiting member
cordially invited. W. W. Bradley. W. K.
A, Mlnty, R. S.
NELSON AERIE No. 22, F. O. E., meeti
every second and fourth Wednesdays of each
month. Visiting members oordlally lnvlis
Charles Prosser, nonrotary.
Kootonay Tont No. 7, K. O. T M hold tholi
regular mooting* ln Kratornity Hall, I. O. O. F
block, on tho 1st and 3rd Thursdays of eacl
n onth. Visiting brethren cordially lnvitod tC
attend GA.Brown R. IC: Dr. Row, Com
K J.dtool.D.S.O-	
1st and 3rd Wednesday evenings ol
eaoh month at Fiatornity nail
cornor of Bakor and Kootona;
streots. Visiting brethern oord-
iallj Invltod.
Edward Maolkod. Secretary,
Finest and Best Bar in the City.
The best Brands of Liquora
and cigars.
$1.00 AND $1.50 PER DAY
JOSEPH HARWOOD,   -   Proprietor
0ABS.-    ALS a la 0ABTE.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Palls and Northern Railway,
D rect connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New Yorii
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:10 a 'm
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:20 a-in
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 8:00 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
themagniflcent steamships North West
and North-Land of theNortheru Steamship Oompany Line, operated in connection with the Qreat Northern Railway.
For further information, aps, fold
ers, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls Sc Northern Ry., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Kooterai Railway Sc Navigation
Op, or to
Oity Pass, and Tkt   Agt, W 701 W,
Riverside Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
Q. K. TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
N"1bod R ('
Spokane Falls Sl
Northern R'v.
Nelaon Sl Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red fountain R'v.
For the comfort of the number ol
people who are now using this
popular line, a direct daily Buffe'
Car service has been inaugurated
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable on any of the
larger railways in Canada or th
U. S.
Close connections made  at  Spo
kane for the south, east  and  west.
Only io hours to Seattle and   18
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points.
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
9:20 a.m Spokane 7:15 p.m.
12:26 p.m Rossland 4 :3() p.m.
1U:3U a.m....Mountain 5-59 p. m.
9:40a.m NelBon 6:45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. St T.A.
Spokane) Wash
Agent, Nelson. B.
and try a bottlo, a doeen, or a barrel ot
CALGARY BEER as it la the beat and
cheapest on tho market. Also try onr
FRANK  A. TAMBLYN. M...��...
TeleDhono93 Baker u Ne
COURT KOOTENAY, I. O. P., No. 31?8
Mootinns 1th Thurwlnyot month. Fratornas
hall, J A Irvlnit C. K.   P. H. Flomlnir. It.S
Nolson Court Star ol Kootenay, A. O. F
Meots End and 4th Wednesdays in every
Month. Visiting brothron welcome. V'. Mao
Milllan, C. P.; Herbert MoLwd. Sec
The Waverley Hotel
Rates $1.00 to $1.50 per dsy. First
class Meals, 25c. Next door to Opera
House. P. O. Uo.t 210. Telephone 147.
Victoria St., Nelson.
Kootenay Street, Next Oddfellows- Ha
P. O. BOX 633.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, N. B.
Boavor Line Lake Superior.! Feb. 28
Beaver Line Garth Castle March II
Allan Lino Ionian��� Feb. Id
Allan Protorlan Feb. 22
AllanlLine steamers oall at Halifax two dayB
From Boston.
Dominion Lino Cambroman  Feb. 20
Dominion Line New England March 5
From New York
Cunard Lino Etruria Feb. 22
Cunard Lino Campania March   1
Whito Star Line Teutonic Feb, 26
Whito Star Lino Oceanlo March   B
American Line St. Louis  Feb. 20
American Lino Philadelphia  Morcn  6
Red 8tor Lino Fricdand. Feb. 2li
Rod Star Line Bouthwark March 6
Continental sailings of French. North Gorman Lloyd, II. A. P. and Italian Lines on application.
RATES���Saloon fares 112.50. and upwards
Peoond $33 and upwards according lo Meamer
ft"d location of berth. Steerage qtiotod on ap
plloatlon. Prepaid pamuigcs from England and
the continent at lowest nates.
H. L. BROWN,     W. P. F. CUMMIN08,
i    City Agt. Nelson.     Geo. Agent, Wlulpac
Kootenay Railway and Na?
Company, Ltd.
Shortest and quickest runic to the oast and M
points on ..ho O. K. Sc N. end Northern Pa
clfio RallwayH ln Washington, Oregon and
Southern States.
Time Card Effective August I. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
8:30 a. m. Lv.
iii:.V) p.m. M.
Ar. 4:00 p. m
Lv. 1:16 p. in
Int Nav- & Trading Oo
11:00 a
.7:00 0
5:20 p. m. Lv.
U:10 p. m. Ar.
Connecting at Five Mile Point with Nelson
ti Fort Hheppard Railway both to and from
Kossiand, etc.
Tickets sold to all parts ln United Btat*> and
Canada via Groat Northorn and O. it. fit N
Co.'h linos.
Ocean stoamihip tickets and rates vl
im-. will be f uniistiod on application.
For furthor particulars call on or addrona
uanaffor, Kasitn.B, O
Tackaiu'IIV Agent. Nelaon B. C.
Are you in want? If yon are, te'
tbe people, through The Miner want
column, what you are la vant o
You'll get it
��� at   m*m_m~ r
Nklson Daily Miner Fridvy, February 7,   igoa
B   Ii
Thin In the Hcanoii of
entertainment., and,
KH a consequence of
more than tho UHuai
amount (rf letter wilting, we have opened tome very pretty note pa-
peix that aro mm-h in fuvor jual now. Tinwu
paper haa had a Long struggle to win Caanlon
able patronage, and even now some of tug mon'
pronounced colors are deemed queatiopaDle
lute, lint, recently Buob lovely lints huve heen
wot forth by exclusive maker* of high olaai Hta-
tlonory that sot-i'ly have found thorn IrrealBt-
ablo. Thepalesl green, the softest blue, mauve
and delicate kh'.v are tho 1110-.I popular, we
haveltho4e wuh envolopcato nut eh in ail the
popular sluioi'- and if required we put their up
one quire of paper with envelopes to match in
a lux without extra oharge.
Show P.oom for Mason St Rlsob pianos
infractor, is
I P. Welsh,  the railway
al the Phair.
Frank Watson, mining operator of
Spokane, arrived here yesterday and
leaves tomorrow for Siamous
Miss A. Lawson, of Victoria,
arrived here last evening and will remain for a couple of months visiting
her sister, Mrs. D. K.  Young.
MissIHembroff, who was injured at
tho masquerade at the riuk on Tuesday was yesterday somewhat, better
and it is no believed that she has
suffered no internal injuries of a
serious nature. She was able to sit up
Although the pay dny for the
teachers of the schools was to have
been the Wednesday after the first
Tuesday of the month, owing to the
non-arrival of tho necessary forms
wliioh have to be filled out, the checks
have not yet been issued. lt is expected that the forms will be hsre by
Monday at the latest.
Spend where you can spend most
profitably. Have you given the Wallace-Miller Co. a fair trial ?
The N. P. A. A. 0. regatta winch
will be held at Nelson next July, will
probably be tho most important event
of the sort which will occur here for
Bonie years, as tbe other towns which
are members of the association must
have their turn in rotation. Portland
generously gave way to NelBon this
year with the understanding that
their turn would come in lflOii when
they will hold their Fair. The clubs
which will probably be represented
here are Vancouver, Victoria, and
Portland, who will send three senior
fours, threo junior fours, besides
doubles and singles, this means the
crews themselves and their odd men
and managers. Rales are being arranged with all the railway companies from ooast and other points and
people will undoubtedly take advantage of these rates, especially from
the coast. The crews and their associates   will   have   to spend at   least a
week in Nelson which moans much to
the town from   a   financial   point   of
At the evening service tonight at St.
Saviour's church Archdeacon Pentreath
will deliver an address.
A shipment of supplies was taken
up to the Juno mine yesterday for the
use of the men at work on the tuunel.
Archdeacon Pentreath, who is in
Nelson attending the meeting of tne
Anglican executive committee, is tbe
guest of Mayor Fletcher.
At thc morning service on Sunday
at St. Saviour's church Archdeacon
Pentreath will induct the R?v. F. H.
Graham as rector of the paiish.
A certificate of work'was issued
yesterday to the Maple Leaf Mining
and Development Company, limited,
on the St. Mary's No. i mineral
A. Huggins got his stDCk safely
across tlm ice at Seven Mile point on
Wednesday and is now busy getting
his buildings in shape. besides
poultry he has with bim some cattle
Tho funeral of Arthur llalchelor
will bo held Saturday afternoon from
his father's home in thu Humo Addition to the eity cemetery. I). J.
Robertson and Co., has charge of the
undertaking arrangements.
Tne coasting on Silica street is
again in first class shape and last evening largu numbers of young people
were cut enjoying thomselves. A icw
boys are still violating tne sidewalk
ordinance but the nuisance has been
greatly abated compared with what it
has been in other winters.
There are already eleven cases set
down tor the sitting of the Supreme
court of Feb. 11th before Hon. Mr.
Justice Martin. The judge is expected
to bold chambers here next Monday
morning. A number of other cases
are yet to be set down on the list
which promises to be a long one.
Fires are placed each night over the
ground where the excavations are
being made along the channel of
Cottonwood creek, so as to permit of
its being dug out in the day time. It
is not likely that the creek will behave like it did last spiing lor some
years to come again, but ihe railway
company and tbe city are not taking
any chances in the matter.
Until further notice the steamer
Kokanee will only make a trip to
Lardo once a week on Thursdays.
At midnight last night, the birth of
the year aocording to Chinese traditions, was ushered in with feasting
and much ring of crackers and musio
from a variety of unmusical instruments in Chinatown. According to the
Chinese reckoning, which starts anew
with the birth of a new emperor, the
present is the 38th year, that being the
age of tbe present ruler. By this
method of calculation a man might
be born in the year 50 and die in the
year 4:;, and to claim to have been
born in the year 1 would not entitle
him to any especial distinction.
You can still buy Similkameen
Valley Coal Company's shares on 10c
monthly   payments,
Proof About Feeding.
It has been proved times without
number that properly selected food
will build,up the brain. The testimony of a school teacher on this subject is good. The letter is long aud
only the important tacts will be given.
"While I was teaching school in
IBM, a little girl in tlie household
where 1 lived was very fond of drape-
Nuts nnd would eat all she was
allowed. I noticed lhat she wns a
remarkably bright pupil. There wen
five other Children, all of one family,
tbat were so marked in tlieir work.
They were really the brightest family
I ever knew, so I questioned to find
what tlic.v were using. Thoy replied
'Only drape-Nuts.' I learned upon
further Inquiry that this was thair
chief diet for breakfast and discovered
that tlieir luncheon consisted generally of Grape-Nuts with cream and a
little truit.
I had suffered from dyspepsia,headaches and general debility greatly
and. I knew, my diet was nut well
selected, I took up Grape-Nuts Breakfast Food and carried it to school for
luncheon. I soon discovered a change
in my condition and found that Grape
Nuts afforded more norishment than
bread, meat, eggs or anything that I
could take in my basket. After
luncheon I would feel strong and
bright for the afternoon's work while
before I had frequently oeen half ill.
In the spring of 1900 I went to college, rented a room and boarded myself, subsisting largely Ontlrape-Nuts,
and I can not speak too hignly of the
food as a brain nourishcr. At the end
of a year's schooling I obtained a
position in one of tho ward schools
in this, a college town, and am well
and happy.
The wife of the college principal
tells me that there is no food that
agrees with her as well as (Irape-
Nuts and thnt testimony v;ns repeated
by a lady friend in my own home."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Creek, Mich,
until February
15th from R.J. Steel, broker, Nelson,
Price of shares $1.
3. Fred Hume this week received
some letters from England enclosed ln
which were some of the first issue of
stamps on which the head of King
Edward in engraved. The stamps
are considered to be imperfect and are
to be withdrawn from circulation, so
will soon be quite valuable. The
head of the king shows a scar and
accentuates his bnldnesBvery strongly.
The expression on tbe face is also
anything but a happy one and the
head is turned towards the left wheu
it should have faced towards the
right, the rule being that the head of
each successive monarch on the stamps
shall look in opposite direction from
that of his predecessor.
Work on the construction of the
half-million dollar plant of the Cascade Water Power aod Light company
is being pushed rapidly abead, everything being in perfect running order.
It was thought that the death of J.
Roderick Robertson would cause some
slight delay in the work, part of his
missiou to New York having been to
consult Hon. John Hogart, the famous
New York hydraulic engineer, regarding the plans, which had been prepared by that gentleman. Mr. Kobertson, however, had things so arranged
that, as he himself once said, if ho
should die suddenly everything oould
be carried right along without
The ladies have arranged the following excellent musical programme
for the opening of the convcra/.ione to
bo held on thc evening of Munday
next at the Phair hotel! Orchestra,
selection; vocal solo, Mrs. M. 8.
Davys; violin solo, Mrs. Ilmce White;
vocal solo, Miss Hannington; vocal
solo, Mr. Kydd. The ladies in charge
are not making a personal solicitation for refreshments but ask those
who are disposed to help the worthy
objeot of tho library to send their
contributions toward tho supper to thn
Phair Hotel on Monday afternoon.
They are also asked to remember that
thc date has been fixed for Monday
next, not Tuesday, as was at first
suggested. Tickets have beon placed
with members of tho committee for
sale and tho enterprise should meet
with hearty support. ,
The Misses Jackson have gone to
Grand Forks on a visit to their
W. Jaynes, of the C. P. R. freight
staff, lelt last night for Toronto where
he will spend a few weeks visiting
W. Hastie Adams, managei of tlie
Rambler-Cariboo, was at the Hume
yesterday, and left in the afternoon
for the mine. <
Dr. Rose will lecture on "Germ Life
audits Rclaticn to Infection" at the
Presbyterian church ou Wednesday
evening. The subject is an interesting one and tho attendance should be
large. Admission 2.*i cents.
The delegates from Nelson to the
Liberal convention had rather an unpleasant experience nn the way. Word
was received from them yesterday
announcing that owing lo the failuru
of the steamer to mane connection! at
Robson they were kept there 11 hours
waiting lor it.
We aro slaughtering tons nt heavy
rubbers and overslres. Cotno mid
see. ��� The Wallace-Miller Co.,
A slight tangle is announced to
have occurred yesterday in regal d to
the Bunyan stock on the balance of
which several claims have been presented. N. T. MoLeod waa yesterday
apoointed assignee and at the same
lime the holder of a chattel mortgage
against the stook bad put a man in
Several carloads of ice fiom Mirror
Lake wero brought into the city
Wednesday Dight being part ot a
fifteen car lot brought from Mirror
Lako to Procter, the previous day.
This lake was first taken up as a preemption and is proving a lucky investment to its owner, the ice being
greatly, in demand through the
We have tons and tons of rubbers
tand overshoes. We're selling themin
pBirs or case lots at factory nrices���
The Wallace-Miller Co, Ltd.
Considerable praise was heard yesterday on the streets of D McDonald,
who made such a plucky rescue of D.
Heddle, not R. Heddle as appeared in
yesterday's issue, from the waters of
the lake. When tbe coat sleeve was
held out to Mr. Heddle his hands had
beoome so numoed that ho could not
close his fingers on the fabric sufficiently to get a hold. He was propped
up on his elbows on the ice at the
time and finally managed to squeeze
the fingers of his right hand around
the end with his left elbow, and then
was pulled up far enough for the other
to catch the collar of his coat. Oo
the ire he was too exhausted to stand
and had to be dragged and carried to
the cabin on the shore, where a fire
was made and some water heated,
after drinking which he was sufficiently recovered to, be able to walk
across to the other side to Mr. Mac-
dcnald's ranch,
Because an evening dress suit looks
smooth and glossy and has some cheap
silk trimmings, that's not saying its
good. The proper cloth is an all
Hotany wool, chevoit "special dve"
that looks soft and rich in artificial
light and tho pants   won't bag at   the
Why Man You Can't See!
and what are you  waiting
for ?    It is a matter that
should receive your prompt
attention.    Consult
Patenaude Bros.
It won't cost anything to  find  out
We make a specialty of the
Hamilton Movement, an accurate, reliable and durable
timepiece. We have also
Elgins. Waltham and other
Standard makes in ;ny quality or design of case. Jewelled Gift watches. In all
no give Exceptional  Value.
A    few   of
left���At the
choice    design
prices they   are
We have purchased the Livingston Stock
at Robson at a low rate on the dollar.
Moved it here and put it with the Madson stock which we recently bought, we
have altogether
About $8000 Worth of Goods
consisting of
Clothing, Gent's Furnishings, Hats,
Caps,  Boots    and  Shoes,
Dry   Goods
all these goods will be sold at  real
This is your opportunity to purchase goods these hard times
at Sacrifice Prices.    Come in and see us, our prices will talk
fl. FERLAND & 60.
knee.     Our sort.���The Wallace-Miller
Co., Limited.
A meeting of the executive of the
Anglican synod was held yesterday
afternoon in the Mission Hall of St.
Saviour's. Those present were Archdeacon Pentreath, chairman, Archdeacon Small, Hev. C W. Hedley,
RoBsland s Rev. H. Beer, Kaslo; Rev.
H. S. Akehurst, secretary, Kamloops,
aud Rev. F. H. Graham. The business transacted was principally
routine. It was decided to fcrm the
Trout Lake district into a miesiou
station and a clergyman will be
stationed there in tho spting. ln the
evening a meeting ol the Bishopric
Endowment committee was held at
which arrangements were made for a
canavss of the Nelson, Kaslo and
Revelstoke parishes by the bishop, the
Okanogan by Kev. F. H. Graham, aud
the Crow's Nest by Rov. II. Deer. The
other parishes wili be canvassed later
iu the year towards the support of the
new bishopric.
Until further notice K. R. and N.
steamer service between Nelson and
Kaslo is discontinued owing to ice
blockude.   U. K. Taokabury, agent.
Phair���D. .T. Young, Kaslo; F. B.
Kirby, J. McKane, Rossland; 0, Y.
Nelson, New Denver; F. Watson, Spokane; W. F. Allen, Denver; L. F.
Williams, Spokane; K. 0. Orenrson
and wife, O. C. S. Kenney, Winnipeg.
Hume.���II. P. Howell. Vancouver;
W. Hastie-Ada��is, Kaslo j Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Clifford, Hall Mines; R.
Little, A. Hanks, Fort Steele; C. W.
Husk, Kokanee Creek.
Queens���M.    Mausdley,
R. Hind, Mapple Creek.
Pilot   Bay;
Orand   Central���E. Tuttle,
Ginn, Ymir.
F.   Mo-
A fine line of Imported nnd Domestic cigars, Peterson's pntent pipes,
Lowe and B, B. B. goods-at Tbur-
Resolutions   of   Condolence For   Late
J, Roderick Robertson.
At   a special meeting of the British
Colnmbla Mining Aseoication, held in
Watch  Repairing  a  Specialty
Cor, Baker & Stanley Sts., Nelson
Y. 0. GREEK        F. 8. CLEMENT^
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Cor. Kootenay & Victoria sts. Nelson
P. O. Box 145 Telephone 2
this city yesterday, a resolution
condolence, expressing the deep sorro
of the members for tbe untimely death
of the late J. Roderick Robertson,
president of the association, was unanimously adopted. The text of the reso-
ultion is aB follows:
That the British Columbia Mining
Association desires tn express its deep
sorrow at the sudden and untimely
death of the late J. Roderick Robertson, president of the association, who
has been connected with it from its
earliest inception, and to whose
efforts and ability it is largely indebted for its success in uniting the various mining interests of the Kootenay
districts, and tbe association considers
that his loss will leave a blank in the
community and this association tbat
will not be easily filled. The association further desireB to tender its
sincere sympathy to Mrs. Roderick
Robertson and her family in their
dreadful loss of husband and father.
London, Feb.6 ���The war office this
evening published a summary of the
British losses in South Africa. Dp to
January 31st tho total reduction of
the forces from death and permanent
disability was 25,305 men. The total
of the casualties including surviving
wounded was 5,240 officers and 100,701
��j Certificate of Improvements
Copper King Mineral Claim, 'situate
in the Nelson Miuing Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located : On Craig Mountain,
ner. r Craigtown.
Take notice that I, J. D. Anderson,
P. L. S��� of Trnil, B. a., agent for
Mrs. Katie D. Green, F. M. O. No.
B55G72, aud Joe Bernard, Esq., Free
Minei'B Certificate No. B60346, intend,
sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining, Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Orown Grant of the
above claim.
And further take notice that aotion
under seotiou 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 15th day of November,
A  D. 1901. J. D. ANDERSON.
Chicago, Feb. 0.���Young Griffo, the
pugilist, was adjudged insane today
and ordeied to be sent to an insane
asylum. During the cold snap.Gritfo's
feet and hands were frozen and
although it was not fond necessary to
operate un him, the pain is said to
have done much to unsettle the
patient's mind.
London, Feb. (i.���Lead ��11, 7n Od,
down 5s.
New Yoik, Feb. 0.���Copper firm at
12��c; lead, steady, $4.10; bar silver,
55 l-4c; Mexican dollars, 43 3-4.
It  Had   a Luxuriant Suit of  Straight
and Very Daik Hair.
The Father offllis Country concoaled
a luxuriant suit of hair beueath his
queue wig. Many now wish the old
fashion were in vogue, to conceal
thinnel hair or baldness. Yet no cine
need have thin hair nor be bald, if he
cures the dandruff that causes both.
Dandruff can not be cured by scouring
tbe scalp, because it is a germ disease
and the germ has to be killed.
Newbro's Herpicide kills the dandruff
germ���no other hair preparation will
"' Destroy tho cause, you remove the
effect." There's no cure for dandruff
but to kill the germ.
Certificates of Improvements
Jupiter, Katie D. Green, Ingersoll,
Last Chance Hamilton and London
Fraction Mineral Clain-o, Bituate in the
Nelsou Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Where looated���On Jupiter Mountain,
near Craigtown.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. D. Anderson, P. L.S., of Trail, B.C. agent for the
Katie D. Green Gold Mining and De
velopment Company, Limited, Non-
Personal, Liability, F.M.C. No. B65673,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for certificates of improvements for the purpose of obtaining Orown Grants of the
above claims.
And further take notice that aotion,
under seotion 37, mnst he commenced
before the issuance of such certificates
of improvements.
Dated this 15th day of November,
A.D. lOul. J. D. ANDERSON.
Certificate of Improvements
Foothill Mineral Claim situate in thc
Nelsou Mining Division of West Kootenny District.
Where located���On Hall oreek _\_
mil- s west of the railway
TAKE NOTIOE that I Frank
Fletcher ot Nelson, F. M. C. No,
BS066B for myself and T. J.
Dnncan, F. M. O. No, B5o44:.,
intend sixty days from the date hereof
to apply to Ihe Miuing Recorder for a
certificate o( improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Orown Grant of the
above claim.
And farther take notice that action
nnder section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of Buch certificate of
Dated this 21st day of November, A
Bo sure and get the genuine   BENNETT'S GUTTA PERCHA FIJSE.not
something that looks  like   it    Lawrence Hardware Co., Agents.
Afternoon 3 to
Evening 8 to
Admission 25c.
band on Saturday
Certificates of Improvements
Golden Crown, Golden Eagle, Golden Cap. Dniou Jack, Creston, Amerioan Flag. American Flag Fr., Union
Jack Fr., Gray, X-Ray, X-Ray Fr���
Maple Leaf, Keepsake, Rhodesia,
Bnow Cap, La Graude, Cracker Jack
Cracker Jack Fr., Cynic, Oynio Fr.
Cymrio, Dakota, Idaho, Atlantic, Pacifio, Old Glory, Morning Glory, Rattler, Rambler, Agnes, Emperor, Emerald, Emerald Fr., Czar, Caar Fr., Canada, Toronto, Montreal, Montreal Fr.
Scotland, Scotland Fr., Osborne, Ores
ton Fr. Mineral claims situated in tho
Goat River Miuiug Division of West
Kootenay District
Where located���Between Goat River
and Arrow Creek.
Take Notice that I, A. R. Hey land,
acting as agent for T. G. Shanghnessy,
F. M. C. B38701, E. B. Osier, F. M. C.
B38703. R. B. Angus, F. M. C. B38702
O. P. Hill, F. M, O. B38(i8S, inteud,
sixty days fiom the date hereof to
apply to the Mining Recorder for certificates of improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown Ursula of the
above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commeuced
before the issuance of such certificates of
Dated this 19th day of December,
1001. A. R. HEYLAND
Certificate of Improvements
Portepin Mineral claim, situate in
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located- On Porcupine Creek.
'1AKE NOTIOE that I Theodore
Beauobamp, acting as agent of Frank
Desauluier, free Miner's certificate No.
B43349, and E. S. Larsen, F. M, 0,
1142571 intend, Bixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to tbe Mining
Recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be oommenced
before tbe issuance of such certificate
of improvements.
Dated this 8th day of November
Certificates oi Improvements
Homestake nnd Hallaes Mineral
Claims, situate in the Nelson Mining
Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located: On the west side of
the Morth Fork of Salmon river, near
Take notice that I, J. D. Anderson
P. L. S., of Trail, B, C, agent for The
Copper Farm Gold Mining and Development Company, Limited, Non-
Persoual Liability, Free Miuer's
Certificate No. B56708, intend,
sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining u Crown Grant of tbo
above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must tie oommenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 15th day of November A.O
1901; ,T. D. ANDERSON.
Certificate of Improvements
Lendor Mineral Olaim. situnto in tbe
Nelson Mining Division of West Koot-
nay District.
Where looated On the north bank of
Wild Horse Creek about 0 miles from
the SalmonRiver.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Kenneth L.
Burnet, agent for William Blair, F. M.
C. No. 51,920, W. H. Danby (assignee
for J. A. Barrett) F. M. C. No. B66113,
Charles E. Desrosiers, F. M. 0. No.
B5W27, Ferdinand Morin, F. M. O.
No. B55014and Joseyh Pitre, F. M. 0
No. B51918, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Miuing Recorder for a certificate af improvements
for tho purpose of obtaining a Crowu
Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under seotion 37, most be oommenced
before the issuance of snch certificate of
Dated this 21 it day of November, A.D


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