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 Ifror lneui Llbrsn H31o��
Daily Edition No. 1309
Nelson,  British Columbia, Saturday, April 5, 1902
Eleventh  Year
got the assistance of the guests of an
hotel, who surrounded tlie church a.Td
captured the two in the act of removing the sacred jewels from tbe altar.
Meagre Account of the Fight j
With   Delarey   and
Summary of Casualties Suffered by 2nd Canadian
Ottnwa, Apiil 4.���The following
official despatch has been received by
the militia department irom Klein-
poorts river in reference to the fight
between part of Kitehenei's force and
forces ol Delarey and Kemp dated
March 31: "Second Mounted rifles
killed, nine non-commissioned officers
and iut.li; wounded, 40 non-commissioned olliceis and men; officers
wounded severely, Lt. R. H. Ryan in
the fore arm; slightly woundod,
(Jtorge B, Mackay, in the hand;
Lieut. R, P. Markham iu the arm,
Leiut. W. P. London in shouldei.
Names of non-conunisshned officers
and men not received.
Active Speculation in Dominion Steel
and Dominion Coal.
Montreal. April 4.���There was another big boom in Dominion Steel on
tho Montreal market today. Iu the
vicinity of 12,000 shares chunged
hands. The stock opened strong at
05 1-4, three points about last night's
closing and steadily sailed upon buying orders to (III 1-3. Then it eased
oB tbe morning board closing with a
sale at 07. In the afternoon there was
a furthei decline to (54 1-4.
No one knows why people nre buying the stook at the price, though
there are plenty ol stories going none
of which appear to havo any substantial backing. The rise is generally
attributed to the act that people bave
got it into their heads that steel is to
duplicate the      poifurmince       of
Dominion ooal. As a matter of fact it
is known that there has been some
realizing by inside iuterests who look
with disfavor upon tne spurt as tending to destroy public confidence in
the future of the stock. It will be
worth all that is being paid for it
some day but not at present.
Dominion coal also did some gymnastics. It opened at 142, three points
advance on yesterday's closing, then
steadily dropped to 181 recovering
to 135. Stories that the company
will be absoibed by the Steel company were current again today but it
bus little foundation as regards immediate action in this direction as tbere
has been for some weeks past.
I Demand From West Indicates Possi-
i bility of Shortasje of Goods.
Toronto,April 4 ���Rradstteet's will
say tomorrow: Only favorable advices come lrom Canadian trade centres. Fine weather has helped at
Montreal, country orders being
liberal and northwestern demand is a
feature. This is also noted at Toronto, which reports the best trado in
years for tbe season, low fares having attracted   buyers.
The eagerness of distiibuters to get
supplies would seem to indicate fear
of a shortage later. Inland navigation will shortly open and shipments
will he heavy. Trade at British
Columbia coast points is better, shipments to the north being large.
Lumber is active and coal shipment-, to San Francisco are heavy. An
increase in the acreages looked for in
wheat in Manitoba. Clearings for the
first quarter are 20 por cent, ahead of
last year, while failures aro 13 per
oent. fewer. For the weak clearings
aggregate (31,888,065, a loss rf 22 per
ceut. from last week and of 10 per
cent, from last year.
Failures for the week number IS
against 22 last week. SO in this week
n year ago and 25 in HIOO. The following are some of tho weekly clearings for the week ending April 8 as
compiled by Hradstreet's with percentages of increase and decrease as
compared with the corresponding
week last year:
Montreal $14.323,3(59, decrenso 11.2 j
Toronto (11,680,046, decrease 5.IS;
Winnipeg $2,114,208, increase 12.3;
Halifax $1,421,2-0, decrease 6,1 j Vancouver $1142,8110,decrease 0 4; Hamilton
$762,1211, decrease 10.3; St. John $594,-
570, increase 39.4; Victoria $324,590,
decrease 20.9; Quebec, (040,618)
Ottawa, $1,501,034.
Liberally Patronised Productions of
Crayon Artists.
Toionto, April 4 ���Sir William Van
Home visited the Woman's Art gallery, in the Confederation Life building yesterday, aud purchased several
hundred dollars woith of crayon drawings.   He got thirteen in all.
Adam Uourlay, manager of the
Toronto Coal to. is dead. Ten days
ago while returning from Florida a
heavy valise fell on his foot badly
crushing it. Blood poisoning followed
with fatal results.
Bridges Washed Out on Souris River
by Floating Ice.
Winnipeg. April 4.���Both iron and
wooden bridges were washed out at
Souris this evening by Hunting ice
cutting off communication with town
from outside points. The laHwuy
bridges are still safe.
The referendum totals now stand;
for enforcement of act, 12,814 ; against
enforcement, 19,077; majority against,
Botha Moves on Ladysmith and
eral Traffic Suspended.
London, April 5.���From Brussels
a correspondent of the Morning Post
wires that Dr. Leyds, the European
representative of the Transvaal, had
reoeived a despatch from Lorenzo Marques saying that the force under Ueneral Bctha is advancing towards the
national frontier. It was announced
in a despatch from Durban, Natal, on
April 3, that general traffic throughout the whole country north of the
Tugela river was closed mil that the
town guards at Ladysmith, Dundee
and Newcastle, were under arras and
had been recruited to their full
Breaks Out iu a Philippine Gaol and
Prisoners Removed.
Manila. April 4.���Two cases of
cholera have occurred in the Bilidad
prison, and consequently the prisoners there have been discharged and
will be taken to a detention camp,
which will be quarantined. Tbo total
number of eases of cholera reported
bere op to noon today was 140 and
there have been 116 deaths from tae
disease. In tho province 32 cbscb of
cholera and 19 death from that cause
have occurred.
Great Empire Builder Makes Large Bequests to Unite the  English
Speaking People.
W, T. Stead Comments on Cecil Rhodes'
e Scheme to Assist the
Most Deserving.
London April 4.-W. T. Stead hasI tempts: second, his fondness lor, or
written tlie following for the Assoc!- success in manly outdoor sports, such
ated Press' The will of Cecil Rhodes las cricket, football, and the like;
is in every respect worthy of its third, his qualities of manhood, such
author      What   renders   thin will   of I as   truth,   courage, devotion to  duty,
exceptional int-res> to Americans in
the fact that it reveals for the first
time under his hand and seal that he
was no mere British imperialist, bnt
that he was essentially a citizen of
the English speaking world.
Mr. Rhodes first will was   made   in
September, 1877, when he was a young
man of 24 years of age.     At tbat time
he   was   only beginning to mass  the ', lai^best   aim.
wealth   which   before   he   died,   bditl j nualiHcatioriB
sympathy for and protection of the
weak, kindliness, unselfishness ano
fellowship; fourth, his exhibition
during school days of moral force of
character and instincts to lead and
take interest in his schoolmates, for
these latter attributes will likely, in
after life, guide bim to esteem the
performance of public duties as his
Marks for these four
should     be    awarded
ade him a multi-millionaire, not in
dollars but iu pounds sterling. His:
last will was dited July 1, 1SB9, but
the two documents are essentially
alike in sentiment. Thay both embody
in express terms, what was ever the
master thought of this master mind
the necessity for promoting tbe reunion of the English speaking races.
His executors are charged to undertake the duty of acting as trustees for
tho educational endowment fund of
exceptional interest, whioh will provoke the liveliest discussion and excite the keenest interest through both
tbe United States and the British
empire lor both communities share in
tho benefit of Mr. Rhodes' bequest.
Mr. Rhodes was a graduate of Oxford
aud a student at Oriel college to
which, by the way, he has left a
special bequest of ��500,000. He has
made Oxfoid university, in whose
glory the American descendants of its
founders share equally with those
who still inhabit the old country, the
centre of his educational scheme and
he has left a sum which may be
roughly capitalized as representing
8100,00,000 forthe foundation of Anglo-
American scholarships, tenable at
Oxford for three years. To his thinking, tho   noiveisity,   better  than any
somewhat in the lollowing proportions: 4-10 for the first, 1-10 for tne
second, 3-10 for tbe third, aud 2-10
for the fourth.
Maiks for sever.il qualifications
would be awarded independently as
follows: Tbat. is to say, marks for the
Bist qualification by examination, tor
tbo second and third qualifications
respectively by the ballot of fellow
students uf tho candidates and for the
fourth quali lications by the head mas-
tors of the schools aud the result of
the awards, that is to say, tho marks
obtained by each candidate for each
qualification,should bo added together
and the successful student be the one
who received the greatest number of
marks giving him the highest all
round qualification "
His object in laying down these
conditions was to secure the best men
for the world's fight, to bring them
together in one center aud to secure
for them the best education obtainable. He bas undoubtedly succeeded
in changing what he calls the calls
monotony of modern competition.
Of Mr. Rhodes' political will and
testament, it suffices to say that there
stands in its forefront the promotion
of unity uf Engllch speaking races
and   although   it   is   not   laid   down
would receive great help   aud   assistance from such advice.
Regarding the American scholar-1
ships Mr. Rhodes says: Whereas 1
desire to encoorage and foster an appreciation of the advantages which 1
implicitly believe will result from a
union of English speaking peoples
throughout tbe world, and to encourage in the students from the United
States who will benefit by these
scholarships an attachment to the
country from which thoy havo
sprung; but, without I hope withdrawing them or their sympathies
from the land of their adoption or
Tho will provides that the executors
may at their discretion delay establishing any territorial scholarships
until such timo as they may think lit.
but it provides also that the territorial
scholarships once established shall
not lapse upon the admission of the
territory to statehood. Another nro-
vision is that no student shnll be
qualified or disqualified for election to
u scholarship on accourt of race or
religious opinion.
Mr. Rhodes desires that the students
should not patronize any particular
college but distribute themselves
throughout the universities. Trustees
are allowed to suspend or remove any
scholar at their discretion. Mr.
Rhodes expresses the hope lhat the
trustees will arrange an annual dinner an*, reunion for all students and
scholarship graduates, who are able to
attend and invite thereto as gnosis,
"persons who havo shown sympathy
with the views expressed hy rae in my
Opening of Hot Air Line the
Occasion for Jubilation.
]other institution, naturally   affords   a  specifically   in   his   will   in   written
Burglars Did Not Spare the Sacred
Furnishings of the Altar.
Barrle, April 4.-Norman Stanley
and Lewis Lawrence were sentenced
today to five years each in Kingston
penitentiary for the burglary of the
Roman Catholic church. Lato enc
night the Parish priest saw a light in
tbe church aud seeing the men
Foxhall Keene Moets Serious Accident When Riding.
London, April 4.���Foxhall Keene.
the American sportsman, was riaing
with the Quorn hounds near Burrough
hill, Molton Mowbray,today when his
horse fell at tbo first fence and rolled
ovBr him. Mr. Keeno, who was un-
oonclous for a considerable time recovered sufficiently to be removed to
Hu I by hall, the residence of the Master ot the Fox Hounds.
Handler   and Mcl'artland Have a Six-
Round do.
Milwaukee, April 4.���Joe   Handler,
of Newark,  N. J.,   and Kid   Mcl'artland, of Buffalo,  fought six rounds to
a draw in the wind-up ol the Milwaukee   Boxing   club's     show     tonight.
Hnncler   was   (loored   in   the second
round   but regained his feet   immediately and fought nggresively throughout.     The decision met   with the ap-
J provnl of 2,000 spectators.
vivifying oentre of race unity. lt
free from all political complications!
and a residential university with the
old traditions of Oxford, seemed to
him the best fitted for the purpose he
had in view.
Mr. Rhodes,therefore, having selected Oxford as his race centre, from his
love of bis old Alma Mater,bas drawn
up a biond outline of the general con-
dition upoii which such scholarships
should be awarded. The central principle cf his scheme is that every
English speaking colony and every
state and territory in the American
union, should be offered a scholarship of the value of Vt,500 a year tenable for three years at Oxford. By this
means, Mr. Khcdes believed it would
be possible to make Oxford the centre
of the spirit of race unltv, where
students from every part of the
English spoaking world would meet
on common ground in the most famous
ot tbe old universities.
Having decided that jach state or
colonial unit should have one scholarship alloted to it, every year, Mr.
Rhodes' will proceeds to define the
terins upon which these scbolaiships
should be allotted. Mr. Rhodes
always opposed the modern ideas of
awarding an educational prize sulely
for literary attainments. Tbo tendency to award a scholarship solely
for success in passing literary examinations, seemed to him to put a premium on hook works. Hence he has
drawn up a scheme for the election of
students for his scholarships, which
is extremely original and very characteristic of the man. It is as follows:
"In tbe election of a student to a
scholarship regard should be  had   to,
statements in which he has expressed
hi-; political ideas, he has specifically
set forth that the key to the practical
solution of the question is to be fuund
in a copy of the constitution of the
United States.
" What an awful thought it is," he
writes, "that if evcu now wo could
arrange with the present members of
the United States' assembly and our
house of commons, tbe peace of the
world would be secured for all eternity. We could hold a federal parliament five years in Washington and
five years in London. Tho Amerioan
has been taught the lesson of bome
rule, and of tbe success of leaving the
manngomet of tbe looal pump to the
parish beadle. He does not burden
his house of commons ��ith the responsibility of cleansing the parish
drains, Ths present position of the
English house Is ridiculous. You
might as well expect Napoleon to
havo found time to have personally
counted his dirty linen belore he sent
it tu the wash aud to have recounted
it on its return."
Crew Took to Boats   When   She   Sank
1,100 Miles Out.
St. Thomas, B.W.I., April 4.���The
nine men from tho whaler Kathleen,
of New Bodf >rd, Mass., who reached
the island of Dominica in an open
boat, are now at Antigua.
The previous report that the wife rf
the captain of thc Kathleen was in
the boat tnat reached Dominica is incorrect. Further particulars of the
Loss of the Kathleen arc as follows;
When in lat. 13.07 n , long. 41 w., a
point about 1,100 miles eastwaid of
Barbadoes, three boath from thc Kathleen were pursuing a shoal of whales
on March 17. When at some distance
from tbe ship they noticed that she
was signalling them to come to her
immediate assistance. The three boats
returned towards the Kathleen. It
waa learned that a large whale had
struck the ship 10 feet below the
water lino starting her timbers and
that she was 111 ling rapidly. The
captain of the whaler aud his wife
and those of hor crew who were still
on board hurriedly gathered whatever
property they could and abandoned
the ship in the four boats at 5 p.m.,
half an hour after the whale had
struck her. Threo buats of tbo whaler
Kathleen reached Poruanibuco, Brazil,
about March 20.
Four Hundred  Visitors Will
See  Golden Spike
English Wrestler Failed to Down
Atherton Five Times in One Hour.
Buffalo, April 4.���Jim Parr, the
English champion wreBtler, undertook
a big proposition when he tried to
throw Ed Atherton, of Portageville,
N.Y., five times in an bour at tbe
Olympic A. C. tonight. Atherton was
Hooted four times in a total of 57
minutes but stayed the remaining
tbree minutes and won the match.
(Jrand Forks, April I.���Saturday,
Apri 12, promises to bo a red letter
day in the cities of tlrand Forks and
Republic. The occasion will be the
formal opening ol the Kettle Valley
lines when a special train will leave
here for the American camp, returning here the same day. Tho invited
guests, about 400 iu number, will include citizens of Grand Forks as well
as visitors from the coast, Spokane,
nil points in the Kootenays and
prominent capitalists from eastern
There is no doubt that the rails will
he laid into Republic, a day or two
before the date fixed fur the opening.
The trncklaying gang has already
passed Ferguson, a point eight miles
from Republic, and all the intervening bridges aro finished, T. W. Holland, general manuvor of the road, is
receiving congratulations upon thu
speed with which tho work is being
rushed. The special committees of tho
local hi urd of trade have arranged tile
programme that will be carried out in
this eity. It is anticipated that over
3iio guests will participate in the
banquet to bo given at the Yale
hotel next Sa'urday night. There will
he spcoehniaking by prominent visitors. The city will be in gala attire iu
honor of the event. At night there
will be an electlical display,fireworks
and other evidence of jubilation. The
caption "Gateway City" colored electric light ell'cts will ho displayed on
Observation mountain,2,OUO feet abovo
the city.
The train for Republic w ill leave
here at 1) a.m. The feature of the
proceedings on the tiip will bo the
driving of the last spike. The ceremony promises to be a memorablo
one. The spike to bo used for that
purpose will be a golden spike of regulation size. There will be a banquet on reaching Republic. Late in
the afternoon tho excursionists accompanied by several hundred citizens ot
Republic will return to Orand Forks.
The favors for tho prominent visitors
wil! be miniature golden spikes designed as stickpins. A party of 40
Spokane business men will be in attendance.
The completion of the Kettle Valley
line will witness the shipment of nn
initial toDnage of over 350 tons of
Republic ore per day to thc Ornnby
smelter in this eity.
Owing to the increased output of tho
(Jianby mines Kit) men are being
added to the force at Phoenix. Thero
seems to be a great scarcity of labor
in the Boundary.
Manchuria Treaty Will Please Leading European Powers.
Pekin, April 4.���Tho negotiations
concerning thc Manchurian treaty
between China auil Russia havo been
concluded and the negotiators aie
now engaged in framing a toxt of the
agreement in the French language.
Tbe terms of the Ireaty are understood to be satisfactory to the United
States. Great Britain and Japan.
Mr. Rhodes Provides For Scholarships
For American Students.
London, April 4. ���Mr. Rhodes
divides ��100,000 of his will, which he
bequeathed to Uriel college into several funds Indicating oonclsely bow
he wishes them to he applied and adds
this characteristic sentence: And
final 1 v, as college authorities live
secluded from the world, and bo nre
like children as to commercial matters, I would advise them to consult
my trusteos regarding   the investment
flrst,   his' literary   and scholastic at-|olf thrse vaiious funds, so far as they
Minister Conger to Open Negotiations
With China.
Pekin, April 4.���Tho United States
minister,Edwin II. Conger, has stated
on a short visit to Shanghai on board
the United States gunboat Wilmington. Mr. Conger will begin thc negotiations for a new commercial treaty
between the United States and China.
Washington. April  I.���There   waa a
slight improvement today in thn   condition of liev. T.  Hewitt Talmage.
Boundary Ore Production nnd Smelter
Treatment for the Woek.
(SrUClAl, TO THIS Ml* Mil.,
Phoenix, April 4.���This work's ore
shipments nnd oro treatment in the
Boundary are a tiifle less than tho
previous week which made a new
record. The ore shipments wero as
follows- Granby mines, 7,4111 tons.
Mother Lodo 2,308 tons, Hnnset 180
tons, Jewel 210 tons; total for tne
week 10,180 tons; total for the year
107,1155 tons. The two smelters in
operation in the Boundary treated
10,WO tons of ore last week as follows:
Granby smelter, 7,Ni2lons; Mother
Lode smelter, 3,0h7 tons; total smelter
treatment for the year 100,469 tons.
Montreal, April 4.���The Montreal
harbor hoard today accepted tho
lender of W. J. Webber, ol Buffalo,
for tho construction of a 060,000
bushel grain elevator on the harbor
front.     The contract price is $11*0.(KIO.
Kingston,    Amil   4.���Mrs.   Thomas
Hendry,    resident   in    Kingston from
1S43   to   1882,    is dead   at   Riverside,
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our subscriber's doors.
New Yont eity Savings banks
encourage the savings habit nnd incidentally increase their business by
visiting the houses in order to gather
coin. ',The system is a simple one and
ojuld with advantage be conied in this
country. Minature safes are given to
such families as desire them on payment of $2.50 by prospective depositors. Solicitors malie a house-to-
house canvass, install the box, collect
the initial deposit and iisue regular
passbooks. Onco a month a collector
calls, unlocks tlie safe with tile only
instrument with which this can be
done, enters the amount of savings in
the passbook and carries the money
lo the bank. The depositors ean thus
put money on deposit without leaving
the house and with snch an encouragement to thrift so close at hand
the deposits increaso with moro rapidity than il they wero compelled to go
to the bank. Saving is a habit and a
good habit and tbis system does much
in tho way cf encouraging it. In some
fbrailles after one box is put in all the
members who are earning money d��.
sire individual safesnnd in large bouse
holds there are sometimes as many as
half a dozen of those. This shows that
the   saving habit is contagious.
The accumulations in the savings
banks are growing so rapidly in New
York state tbat they are seeking to
extend the scape ot their investments.
The Krura bill, which is now pending
betore tho legislature, if passed, and
there is but little doubt but that it
will, extends the permission heretofore
granted to savings banks to invest
tlieir funds in the bonds of railways
in the state.and those of certain other
specified roads thioughout the country,
to the bonds ot a number of additional railroads.
copper, lead and coal mines. When
the war commenced the output of the
Rand mines was about Ts0.000,00u a
year lt is claimd that thc loss in
the supply of gold due to the war
reached the very large total of $300.-
000,000. It is possible tbat had tbe
development of tho gold fields not
been interrupted by tbe war that a
number of producing mines would
have since been added and the output
would have reached considerably more
than even $200,000,000.
���'^In N3W Denver, says iho Ledge, we
used-to talk about babies, Silverton
and other interesting subjects, but
lately all topics not touching on
tourists or smelters have diited into a
knife-blade whisper with signs of
pinching entirely.
It is doubtful if Mr. Martin made
the statement attributed to him, tbat
liBj.would defeat the government after
the redistribution bill bad passed and
appeal to the country, says the Nelson
Economist. If he did, it was done
probably with the intention of inducing several of the Opposition memhers
to rush to the assistance of the gov.
Tbe stook in Marconi's wireless
telegraph company whieh a short time
since had no great commercial value,
must be rising rapidly. The company
has sold its jights in tne Units'
Slates to a company with a capital of
80,150.000. The piice paid by the
company is not mentioned,but it must
have been a large sum, as the capital
of the company represents so many
millions of dollars. Marconi, who
was comparatively poor, will soon be
rated us the possessor of many
Another negro has been burned at
the stake uown iu Georgia, says the
Minneapolis Tribune. Tho redeeming
feature of the affair���if such an affair
can bo said to bave any redeeming
feature���is that the crowd that chained him to an iron stake and piled the
brush around him did not wait to see
him die but disappeared and left the
tlames to do their cruel work in solitude. This argues some touch of finer
feeling on the part of the mob, and a
less rovolting than the idea of tho
crowd remaining to gloat over the
victim's sufferings.
Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, secretary
Ior the colonies, it is said, contemplates a visit to Canada as soon as he
can spare tho time from his duties
Mr. Chamberlain wili be accorded a
splendid reception in this country.
The people admire him for his rugged
Rtrnngth, and unswerving purpose,
once he has determined on a plan ot
action. No man has received more
abuse, both at bome and abroad, for
t-e position he has taken in regard to
the Boer war than he. ont he gives as
little heed to detractors, exoept to
renew his determination "to hew to
the lino let the chips fall where they
will." There has been no faltering on
bis part since tho war commenced.
Even when he raiso I tho storm ou the
continent by stilting that Germany
and other nations of Europe had
adopted more cruel methods than had
been put into effeot in South Afiicu
during the Franco Prussian war and
at other times, and when oven his
friends wero blaming him for what
they considered intemperate utterances, his reply to the avorso criticisms was that he had nothing to take
baok; that he'had uo regrets for anything he had Bald, This shows his
fibre and his Wcndernl moral strength.
He is the today the strongest and
most prominent figure in Great Britain
and us such will meet with tho reception which a patriotic people like
those ol Oanada love to give to those
whom tbey honor.
The output of gold at Johannesburg
shows a fair increaso, lhe products in
February, according: to the reporj. of
the Tranvpial Chamber of Commerce,
having been about $l,0i!0,000i against
about $1,430,000 in .liinunry.iind $800,r
0110 in December. This is at tho rate
of about $20,000,000 a year or about
the same values as were taken out of
all of the mines of llritish Columbia
last year, including the  gold,   silver.
There is a considerable excitement
iu Kaslo and vioinity ovor placer discoveries that have been made on
Cooper oreek, in the Lardo. The
Kooteanian in commenting on the
find says it is enabled to give news of
tho placers "through a most trustworthy source. Coarse gold that
yields 25 cents to the pan has been
found. Gold has been known to exist
there before, but not in such large
quantities, The rush is now ou ; the
creek has been staked for half a mile
and companies are being formed." It
is hoped that the find will not prove a
fiasco like those reported in the
Horsefly oountry.
It has been determined to bring the
body of "Father Pat" to this province
for burial as it, was the scene ot his
good work for many years. Tho most
appropriate place for his burial would
be in the same plot with his wife
whose untimely death took the sun out
of ''Father Pat's sky and saddened
all the years of his life afterwards.
Tbe determination of "Father Pat's"
family to erect a hospital in commemoration of his labor in British Columbia ia one that is in k-eping with his
unselfishness. It will serve better than
n monument to porpetuate the memory
of one in every way worthy ol the
The people of the Australian com-
mowealth fully feel that they are a
responsible portion of the empire and
that they ure ready to assume whatever obligations it may bring is
obvioun. Recently Mr. Burton, tho
Australian premier said ; "The difficulties cf the empire were difficulties
of Australia." The Australians, he
continued, must be prepared to take a
share in all matters affecting the
integcrily ot the empire, if necessary
sending men and ships abroad to help
in its wars. In conclusion he states
that Australia must sec that her
defences are efficient, and no expense
must be spared for that   purpose.
Hello���Is that the Grocery  Department ?
Will you send us i lb. Tetley's Tea, 2 lbs.
of Hudson's Bay Coffee, one piece of your
nice Breakfast Bacon, and 1 lb. of Reek
Frean's English Biscuits and also one bottle
Hudson's Bay Special Scotch Whiskey.
Try usfor High Class Groceries
and Liquors.
Fresh Hot House Lettuce Every Day
Hudson's Bay Stores
What is He Saying ?
        -| ���       1   am in 1   simps ��� nu���r
The young man Is oue if those -ip-
to-tliite cleiks. Ibe lady Iihs come
tn enquire about Church's Cold
He says, "these goods are superior to anything you can use. Alabas-
tine is a cement for tinting and decorating, that permits of recoaling
year, afier year, dr ingaway with the
nasty musr, of washing and scraping
tho walls as you have to do if kalso-
tutne is used."
"Walla coated with Ala-
basttne are sanitary* HS .-'
Hitiniis of the free passage of air,
which eminent sanitarians have
written is "essentia!! to a
healthy home." Vou may have
observed the close, stufly smell in a
papered room. This ia because the
p;i per obstructs wall respiration; and
then the mouldy paste used to make
tlie paper stick emits an unhealthy
odour. Especially is this so in
damp weather.
He hands the lady a circular of tints with directions, requesting her to write the Company for I
further particulars and suct*estions how to decorate her home, ?nd gives the names of painters she j
can rely upon to do first class Work such as Alabaatf ne is adapted to.
Practical men are requested to sandier f-ee offer " Two Oood Thine*." mentioning this
paper.   Alabastino is for Sale by Hardware and Paint DbalRRB EVERYWHERE,    Never (
Sold im Bulk.
Lawrence Hardware Go.
The Fishing season is now open and we invite our friends and patrons to
inspect our large and cpuiplete stock of
Rods, Reels, Casts, Flies, Fly Books, Lines, Fishing Baskets, Trolling Spoons
Guns and Ammunition
���XbelRo^aLIBattk of (Lanaba
Incorporated 1869.
(uplUll A11U101 l/nt.
*3,0<HI,OOO.OU I ��'ai>H��l Paid-up,
Kcp.1.        ���       ���    ���
���        ���M.OWMXiH.Ull
.      .   tf.l,IUO,<M��.Oo
Board of Dlrtclors    Thomas B. Kenny,  Prosldent |   Thomas Rltohle, Vloe-ProHldoiiti
Wller Smith, 11. U. lliuild, Hon. David MaoKoon.
Head Oilier. Halifaxt
Uenoral ManaKor, Kdt>on I. Potiae, Montroal.
Hiii>orl:ii.,!udoiir ot Branolieu,   \V. _ 1 nntuioe, Montreal
It'.HIH lieH 1
Mova tMtte��� Halifax Branoh, Antlironl��h
I'rlduewater, Guynboro. ljondomiorry, I,u -
enburg. MalMand lUiu.i do.), PiotoPl, Port
llawkosbury, tiydnoy. Hhubonacadlc.Truro
New ItrutiHwIrk ��� Rathuret, Dorchester
lialhoiiHle Proderlcton, Moncton, New
castle, Koxton IKeut Co.), Sackville. St,
p. IS. Ipilu'id���Charlottetown, Sumoiomido.
��loel>ee���Montreal, (Oity pUHloui, Moniroa
West Kiid (Cor. Notre Dame and aul��-
nou-B Stroetai: Wcwtmount (Cor. Oruoue
Avonuo and SU Catharines Btjroeti,
���*����� wioHiMiiniid- St. John's.
���nbn, West Indlrf.���Havana,
tluilrd ��tale��-Now York (III Kxchatnte Plac
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,
Vanconver East End, Victoria,
The ALABASTINE C1?., Limited,
Correspondents l
Canada-Morchanta Bank of Canada.   Bosiim-Natloua   Shuwirmt B.mk.   Chleago-riltnols
Trust and Savings Bank.   Ban r'ranclscn���Novpidu National Hank.   London, Eat.-Bank  of
Scotland.   Paris, France���Crodit Lyonnais.   Bermuda-Bank ot Bermuda.   China and Ja-
pan���Hook Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Spokane���Old National Dank.
General Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of exchange   fteugh
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on specm
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, E.G.
Be Sure and Get the Genuine.
To enable us to dispose ot the stook ot Tweeds and Woollens just purchased at
a rate on the dollar from E. J, Robie, Merchant Tailor we will for (he next
30 days give the largest discount ever given in ordered clothing.
All kinds uf express work, coal and
wood.���West Transfer Co. Telephone
The tonsorial establishment of J. H.
Matbeflpin and the basement utaop of
MoMabon and Gardner have consolidated and are now doing business
next dunr to the Bt.deua snlooii, wluro
tbey will be pleased tu meet] old and
now customers.
Any person knowing the present
whereabouts of Alexander Stewart,
lutelv in the omploy of Porter Bros.,
at Marcus Wash., U.S A., will confer
a favor by communicating with tbe
Flue FngllHli Womleil TrntinerlnRs Made to Order
Flue Scutch Tweed Bulling* Made to Order
Fine Black F.ugllsli Worsted Suitings made to Order
Satisfaction Guaranteed.   Union Hade.
H. M. VINCENT, Merchant Tailor, Baker St.
Over Wallace & Miller's, linker St. S~Yi
J- 0. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada,    Six years experience in B. G
mining districts.
Baker Stree NeUnn. R. c
For first-class leathor writo
B. C. Leather Co.
Vancouver, B, C.
British Columbia Agents for tlie celebrated
������ PKa'KTANIi" Solo Leather, Cut Solos and
Heel Pieces.
Harnoss Leathers, Bridle. Saddlo and Skirting leathers, Ijpico nnd Lntigo Lcntbers, Upper Leathers of all kinds
Manufacturer of Closed Uppers of all
Shoemnkcrs' Tools nnd Findings, Saddlorr
Hardware, Hlcle< nud Oils.
CatJilogPios and prioe lists on application.1
Will pay the highest oasb prloo for all
kinds of Beoond hand goods. Will bny
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Pnrnitnre, stoves, oarperts,
cooking ntensils, bought ln household
quantities. Alio oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King M'ke, Bo* ��B0, Hall
Street. Nelson.  Tl. C.
Certificate of Improvements
Cittherire Mineral Claim, situate in
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenny District.
Whew located���One. mile east of N.
,".��� F. 9. Railway, adjoining the Rob'n
Hood mineral claim.
TAKE NOTICK thnt I, Francis J.
O' Keilly. ngent for K, R Hedley, Free
Miner's Certilicate No. 135(1378, tlieDun-
Dunoan Mines, Limited, (Foreign)
Free Miner's Certificate No. B50IH1
intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to npply to the Mining Recorder font oertlnonte of Improvements,
for the pnrpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claim.
And further tnke notice that nction,
under section 87, must be commenced
before the issuance of such certiticate of
Dated this )2th day of Febrnnry, A.
D.. 1902.
Finest and Best Bar ln tit" City.
The best Brands of Liquors
and Cigars.
$1.00 AND $1.50 PER DAY
JOSEPH HARWOOD,   ���   Proprietor
I Lawrence Hardware Company |
B Sole Agents, Nelson, B. C. __\
4si*\*> \fe v4> \i)> \4> \4i \*i \*> \fe iii \*i \->�� S \*/ \fc \*i \��/ i*i \*> <*/1 */ v*/ viz i*/ \*/ '��?>
1..   CHINA  HALL   ..I
9 *������
!jj For the balance of this month (��������
.*�� we will give &
�� Fancy China. Lamps,  Toilet Sets,   Tea  Sets f.
5 Dinner Sets, Etc., Etc. g
3P r*..ii _t__A   '*_______-_>* w
Call and inspect.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always In
Wc carry a complelo nU>ok of Coant Flooring
Colling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and
Doors. Spooial order work will reoeivo prompt
attentions   Mall ordors solicited.
Porto E,ico Lumber Co.,
Hoad Offloo��� Homlrvx and V-ntn-in t*o., Nnlnun
obtained in all oountrieB
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, N. B,
Allan Lino Tunisian  April 12
Allan Line Numidinn Ap'H ID
Beaver Uno Garth Castle April 25
Allan Lim; Btoamort) call .at Halifax two days
Frcm Portland,
Dominion Lino Dominion April 12
Dominion Line Califomian April HI
From New York
Cunard Lino Lueania April 12
Cunard Line Saxunla April 19
White star Lino Germanic April 16
White Btar Lino Teutonic April 23
Americau Lino Philadelphia ��� April 1(J
American Lino St Paul April 23
St. Lawronoo Sailings
Lake Champlaln i May 2
S. S. Vancouver and Parisian May 3
Continental sailings of Frenoh. North German Lloyd, II. A. P. and Italian Lines on application.
KATKS-Saloon fares ,$42.fi0, and upwards
Second $35 and upwards according to steamer
ii-(l location of borth. Stucage quoted on application. Prepaid passages from England and
the continent at lowest rates.
H. L. BKOWN,      W. P, F. CUMMINGS,
City Agt. Nelson.      Gen. Agent, Wlnnlpag
Spokane Falls Sl
Northern R'v.
Nelson  Sl Fort
Sheppard R'v,
Red Mountain R'v.
Por   artistic   jib   work place  jour
orders with The Miner. Union Label.
11 m:rai. imtn tiihh.        BMBA1 ,HBtt(
About that second-hand articlo o
youro. You'll sell it U you'll adver
Use lt In The Miner want colwnp
Between Nelson and Spokane
Nelson to Seattle. - 21 hours
Nelson to Vancouver - 26 hours
Nelson to Victoria       -      26 horns
Leave DAT TRAIN Arrive
9:20 a.m Spokane 7:15 p.m
12 :25 p.m RoBsland 4:30 p.m
10:30 a.m Mountain 5-SO p. m.
9:40 a.m Nelson 6:45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane Wans
Agent Nelson, B.
F. O. GRBKN        Y. 8. OLBMENTrf
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Cor. Kootenay & Victoria Sts. Nelson
?. O. Box UB Telephone 201
Canada Permanent and Western Cana6a Mortgage
head offiob toronto, ont.
Money to loan on Btral-fht MortKage.
Apply to G. L, UCNNOX B��k�� St.
Kalion. Nelson   Daily Miner, Saturjay, April 5, 1902
Light Plant Site, Foreshore, Etc.,
Brought to Members' Attention.
An informal exeoutive meeting of
the eity council was held yesterday
afternoon in the police court room.
A number of matters affeoting tho interests of the city were disoussed with
John Houston, member for Nelson in
the legislatnte. The principal thing
discussed was the city's application tu
the province for a site at Bonnington
Kails for an electric power plant from
which it is intonded to convey the
power to this city to be used for light
ing and other ourposes.
Another matter that was gone into
was the city's obtaining the title to
the foreshore from Ward street east to
the city limits.
The question of obtaining a further
grant from the province to go towards
tbe construction of the High school
was al-o debated and the necessity for
it shown to Mr. Houston. Certain
amendments to tbe Municipal Clauses
act were suggested whicb it was
tbougnt would lead to a better enforcement of the bylaws.
Mr. Houston promised to bring the
propositions discussed to the attention of the ministers and to also endeavor to havo them granted as petitioned for by tho city. A statement
of the soveral matters discussed is to
be forwarded to Mr. Houston at Viotoria by the city clerk.
Call   up   33   if yon riant   furniture
or pianos moved,���West Transfer Co.
roads permitting, as there are large
reserves of ore in the stopes. The ore
averages 15 per cent, lead and 78
onnces io silver to the ton, and yielded considerable profit to the shareholders.
One Captain   Gets a   Watch   and
Other a Diamond Locket.
Captain L.H. Fraser has been transferred fiom the steamer Kokanee,
which plies on Kootenay lake, to the
steamer Kootenay,which runs between
Arrowhead and Robson. He has been
in command of the Kokanee for the
past throe years anri enjoys the
respect of tbe officers and crew. Yesterday morning after the arrival of the
Kokanee at her dock in this city from
Kaslo. Captain Fraser was called into
the cabin where he found all nands
assembled and he was presented with
a handsome gold Waltham watch.
Purser F. B. Wright made the presentation speech, during which ho spoke
of the high esteem with which the
captain was held by the employes of
tho steamer, of the pleasant relations
which had existed betweon them and
ot the regret which all experienced at
parting with him, although they were
pleased to nole that he had been
Captain Fraser was eompletly taueu
by surprise���as he expressed it himself aftewards, "you could have
knocked me over with a feather''���but
he pulled himself togeth r and cordially thanked the donors lor their
valuable token of good will, and said
he would wear it as long as he lived
and tbat it would be the proudest of
his possessions. The watch has the
Vanguard movement and on the inside
dome the following inscription has
been engraved: "To our captain,
presented bv the officers and crew of
the steamship Kokanee." On the
case is handsomely engraved Captain Fraser's monegram. The engrav-
was done at the store of Jacob Dover,
where the timepiece had been purchased. Captain Fraser takes command of the steamer Kootonay this
On Saturday evening Captain W. P.
Short, the retiring oaptain of the
Kootenay, was presented a diamond
locket by, the employees of that
8teainer. Captain Short has entered
the services of the British Yukon
Navigation Co. and leaves for Alaska
within the next few days.
Three Names Submitted For Appointment as Liquidator.
The meeting of the creditors and
contributories of the Nelson Tribune
Association, limited, to appoint a permanent liquidator of the company was
held yesterday afternoon in the office
of the registrar of tbe Supreme court,
tae registrar T. A. Mills presiding by
order of the court. A. M. Johnson
appealed representing eight of tlie
workmen whose claims aggregated
$1,100; S, S. Taylor, the Barber and
Ellis Co., limited, $1,007; R. B. Lennie, the Bank of Montreal, on a judgment of $3,000, and au overdraft of
tfinO; J. Houston, personally, $005; P.
E. Wilson, C. D. Ink $''25, and Leo
Brown 8205; H. Byers, Byers and
Co , 8253.
The Linotype Co. through its solicitor refused to appear under its olaim
of $5,000,but claimed protection under
security of a registered lien agreement. Tbe acting registrar ruled tbat
he had no power to act on the question as to who should be the liquidator but stated that he would simply
receive proposals, whereupon A. G.
Gamble was nominated on behalf on
the Rank ot Montreal; ill. B. MoDermid by the Barber and Ellis Co. ano
the workmen represented by A. M.
Johnson, and C. II. Ink by Leo
Objection was taken by S. S. Taylor
that the Bank of Montreal was not
entitled to appear, not having registered themselves as creditors as required by the rules. He further objected to the appointment uf C. II.
Ink on the ground that he was president of Ihe company and also a stockholder in it.
The registrar will report the result
of the meeting to the court at Victoria
wheie on Friday next a motion will
bo made to appoint a permaneut
Hammocks, Hammoks, Hammocks;
all sliadeB and stylos at McLachlan
A Large Number Present Who Had a
Merry Time.
The annual ball of Nelson Miners'
union, No. HO, W.F.M., was given in
Fraternity hall last evening and
a most pleasaut affair. There
scarcely room for tho dancers in
early part of the evening oningto
the large attendance, but after midnight the crowd grew Bmaller and
made room on the floor. Millward's
orchestra was in attendance aud
furnished excellent dancing- music,
the mombers of the floor committee
were attentive, and the result was a
mott enjoyable time. It was long
after midnight before the orchestra
rendered the medley and ''Homo
Sweet Home" and the dancers dispersed to their homes.
Advertlbomentfl lnaerrfld. undor this head at
the rate of ono cont a word por Insertion. No
advortiHOtnenb takon for Iohh than 25 cents.
Situation Wanted advertisements lnnortod
threo times froo of charge.
FOR SALE. ���Very cheap���A small
blook of shares in the Similkameen
Valley Coal, Ltd. These can be had
at a great reduction on market price.
E. B. MoDermid.
TO RENT���A live room house on Latimer street, near Stanley,all modern
conveniences. Apply, A.R. Sherwood.
FOI! SAI.E-Snap���For   one   week   1
offer   six   roomed house, now,   and
three  lots $500 Cash,    Balance $30 per
month.    A. IJ. Gamble.
FOR SALE.���Eggs fur batching,Black
Minorca,     Brown      Leghorn,    und
Plymouth Rocks.     P. 0. Box 003,   or
Miss Edwards, Fairview.
STORE   TO    LET���Seoond door from
corner Josephine on Baker. Enquire
at Vanstone's Drug store.
TWO Gentlemen can   get  comfortable
room, breakfast and   dinner for  835
per   mouth,   within   two   blocas    of
hospital.    Apply *i.  H., Miner otlice.
. M. CuinmiliH, IjUHf-eo���Every KUOWr,
variety of Huft drink*. 1* 0 Hox Sri. '.eleehou
No. 31. Hoover Streot, Nelson. HotUerK of th
fiiuiouH fcJu Leon Hot Spring Mineral Wator
AMAODONALD Sc Oo���Corner Fron
��� aud Hall Streets- Wholesale grocer
and jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitt*., boot*
rubbers, luaukinaw* and miners' sundries.
P  BURNS Sc Co.-Bakor streot, Nelwjn-
���   Wholesale dealers iu fronk a      cured
rueuO,.   Cold Storage.
linker Streot, Nelson���Wholesale doa
ers in fresh and cured meats.
PIANO FOR SALE���Taken iu exchange, new, only one month in
use. Cost $100. Will sell at a
bargain. See it at E. Ferguson and
Uo.'s warerooms, Vernon street, cily.
FOR SALE���Eggs for hatching from
Barred Plymouth Rocks and Pekin
Ducks; choice stock. Strawberry
plants. John Houghton, Crawford
FOR SAi.E���The Nelson Cafe, the
finest restauiant in the Kootenays,
best location, 25 nicoly furnished
rooms in connection. The best business proposilion in tho district today,
for full particulars write Nelson Cale,
Box 225, Nelsou B.C.
FURNISHED rooms with   or without
board.     Apply ��� on   Silica   street,
second door west of Ward.
Apply   to   Mrs K. J. Sqnires, Room
40, K. VV. C. block.
Slops I he Cough
and! Worts off thc Cold,
Laxative limine Quinine Tablets  enro   aoold
none dav.   NoCure, noPay.   Price 25 cents.
Phair���V. W. Smith, Lardo; R. S.
Miers, Montreal; Herbert Pence, Calgary; W. C. Matthews, Toronto; C.
E. Dohsrty, Feruie; F. J. Barrow,
England; Captain MoNasb, Halifax;
T.J MoMasters and wife, Toronto;
H. D. Mussen, Enterprise.
Queen's���Mrs. lloddington,Crawford
Bay; Winnie A McMillan, Slocan;
Edwin Smith, Fort Steele; W. A.
Muir, Los Angeles; N. J. McLean,
Cranbrook; Rev. Robb, Sandon; J.
Thomson, F. Smith,  Vancouver.
A Northwest Man Has Uneasy
Moments From This Cause.
A Nelson man who happens to have
a common name has unwittingly been
thc probaDle aause of serious family
broils to a household in a town in the
Northwest. He has lived bere for
several years and some timo ago his
wife went to live in the town referred
to. He has been writing to her but
there is another women in that town
ol the same name and she received the
letters. A few days ago the person
who received the letters got a telegram directing her tu eome home at
once. Then the husband thought it
waB time to investigate. Bis wife
had been away on a visit for a short
time last summer and though he was
not inoliDed to be suspicious he
waited to know what there was to be
known. He has therefore written to
this city to learn thn source of these
letters to hiB wife As soon as the
reply reached him no doubt there will
again Ire peace, if it has ever been
Nelson Employment Agency,
P. O. Box 405. Fhone 278.
Wanted���Dishwasher $45.
ENGLISH   TRAfNED   Nurse   desires
caie   of   infant   or   other   position
Miss Dougbiy, Nelson, B.C.
MEN AND Women wanted to work at
home.   Good wages   Write Glasgow
Woollen   Company,    Department    C.
J Street, Nelson ��� Wholesale dealais ir
hardware, minors' supplies, HporLing goods
M'LACHLAN UROS. Bakor Streot NolsoD,
. B. 0.,���Dealers In general barbware,
mining supplies, gluss, pal its, 1'ortiand Ce-
lui'Ut, lire olay and Scotch lire brick. Agents
for VVilkias and Cu.'s celebrated steel wire rope
NKLSON   HAKDWAUK   CO.��� Wholesale
paints, oils and gluss; mechanics  (sjols
Fishing Taoklo anil Suoiting Go^ds a specially
antl Josephine streets,
-Corner Vornoi
. Nelson��� Wholo
salo doalors tn liquors, cigars, and dry goods
Agents for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwuuko*
and Calgary Brewing Co or Calgary.
UDSUNiJ HAY Co.-W'holfjr'alo Rrocerio
uml liquors otc, Rikcr Btr&Qt, Nolson.
Oltlco uoriior Hall und Kront. HtrooLs1
NoIhoii���ijiimber, ceiling, floorinx. and overy
thinji in woud for buildniK purpu-ict}. Get oui
prinuH,   Cor .**:<��� poudonco nuliciLed.
A.   M'tlONALD,     Agent   Iluzclwood
Dairy Co. Ico Crer.m.
Foster Crafts,of (Jharles'own, Mass.
write home as soon as you can as
financial interest await you there.
Very important,   I. F. Crafts.
HELP     of   all   kinds     wanted    and
furnished.     Western   Canadian Em
ployment Agency.      Large warehouse
for   storage; call   at Piosser's Second
Hand store, Ward steet.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's      Nest
Southern   Ry.     Good   wages,   long
job   Headquarters, Elko,   B.   C.     A.
Guthrie A Co.
On Thuisdays the baths at the Bin
Ton Harbor shop will be reserved
exclusively for ladles. Mrs J. P.
Reauiais will be in attendance to receive the lad!es.
Parties wishing Golf or any stockings
knitted or footed can hava them done by
applying   on   corner   of     Ward   an
Victoiia street, opposite postoffice.
Hume.���E. C. Hollingsworth, Spokane; D. W, Moure, Trail; Chas.
Early, Mayville; J. C. Croine, Winnipeg; J. H. Fuller and wife,Montreal;
A. C. McDonald, Vanconver.
Grand Central���Philip Rahol, Slocan ; N. McMillan, J. Hremner,
Molly Gibson Landing; B.Guinan, G.
M. Benney, Spokane; Y. E. Green,
Carman, N. W. T.
Tremont-Joseph Diote, Phil Roy,
George Roy, Silver Hill; A. J. Rain-
dole, Crawford creek; J. B. Tierney,
The Molly Gibson haa shipped
ton oi ore since January   1, and
continue   to  ship   indefinitely,
Quebec,   April   4.���A.   Hurbonnais,
member of legislature for   Boulanges.
died at Hotel Dieu here this morning.
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
Roses, Bulbs
Agricultural  Implements, Bee  Supplies, Fruit Baskets, Fertilizers.
Catalogue Free.
M.  J-   HENRY
3009 Westminster Road, Vanoouver.B. O
Our New Stock is now open,
For domestic or steam use.
A full   supply  always  on
Kates to   all  railway and
lake points
General Agent.
Tel. No. 265.
Office  - Two  doors   west
C.P.R. offices.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   ManavlR-
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Orders.; by mail receive careful and prompt attention
The Canadian Bank of Commerce i!
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of Jiritish Columbia.
Paid-up  Capital,   J8,000,UOO;   Reserve   Fund,   J2,000,0o0;
Aggregate   Resources Over 885,000,000.
HON, GEO. A. COX, President.      B. E. WALKEK, Oeuertd Mana*��i
London Oflice: 60 Lombard Street.  I;. C.
New York Office; 16 lixchange Place.
And 68 bronchos In Canada und Ihu Jnllcd Hlalos, Including
Atlin Ohbknwood Nkij'On Sandon
Ckaniikook        Kamlooi'S Nkw WEsTMrNSTKH   Vancouvib
Fkiinik Nanaimo Rossland Victohia
YUKON DISTKICT-Dawbon and Wiiitk Housk.
UNITKI) STATB8���Nkw Yokk, San Francisco, Bkattlk, Portland. Bkaqwat.
Savings Bank Department.
[Deposits Received and Interest Allowed.   Present Rate 3 Per Lent
Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
W t*__fi *_w ���__t* *_ff *"t ajyj **^& **__***__- * * %7 **_W *���*
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Unde-ground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E. CROASDAILE Agent Kelson-
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Branch. Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kasl.
Sandon. Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan Cit>
Orders bv moll to ���i>w branch will have carofut and nramot attention.
To SILAS H 0B03S, or  to  any  person or persons to whom ho may have
transferred bis Interest in the  Rarvy
Joy Mineral Claim, situate on Morning Mountain, about 11-2 miles westerly from the Silver King Miue,  iu
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kooteuay DiBtriol, B. C.
YOU or any of you are hereby noti-
(ieil that I have expended ouo hundred
and two dollars and fifty cents in labor and improvements upon the ubovo
mineral olaim, under the provision of
the Mineral Act, and if within ninety
days from tho date of   this  notice you
fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure together
with nil costs of advertising, yonr interest in Baid clnim  will   become the
property ot the subscriber under section 1 of 1111 Act entitled An  Act   to
Amend tho Mineral Act 1000,
Dated thia 14th dav of March. 10(12.
and try
bot.tJe,_a dozen,  or a barrel  of
__\ as it is
the_marko'j.    A1ho_ try   our
CALGARY BEER a�� it is the beat and
clioauL-Ht ou the marko'j. AIho try our
WINES,    LIQUOR8     and    CIGARS
Tolr.tihnnn fW
, TAMBLYN. Nl *-.*.-...
Bakor 8li. ISTfll
Delivered to any pc nit
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings. Sash Doors.
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber.
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
i w.
The Prices Will Suit
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
Certificates of Improvements
Queen, Niagara, Lewiston, nnd Burlington (Fractional), mineral claims
situate inthe ' elson Mining Division of
West Kootenay District.
Where located���On Wolf Creek, n
brunch of Sheep Creek, which is a tributary of Salmon River.
Tako Notice thnt I, William Waldie,
F. M. C. B60Q20, fur myself nud 11s agint
for Johu A. Turner. F. M. O. B50158.
nud Michael Scully, Free Miner's Certificate No. B60006, iutend do days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recordor for certificates o!
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Orown Grants of tbe abov*
And further take notico that aotion,
nnder section 37 must be commenoed
before tho issnanoe of snch Certificates
of Improvements.
Dated this 18th day of February,
A. D. 1002.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Sp .kane Falls aud Northern Railway,
D rect connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points   East and Bouth.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:40 _'m
Leavea Spokane daily tor West at 7:20 a-m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 8:00 pm.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria und Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all poinU
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North -Wert
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Oompany Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern lia.il-
For further information, aps, fold
ers, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls A Northern Ky., Kaslo & Bloom
Ry., Kootei ai Railway & Navigation
Oo , or to
Oity Pass, and Tkt   Agt, W 70l  W,
Ri'-erBido Ave,, Hpokane, Wash.
d. K. TACKAHURY, Local Agent,
Nolson. It.0
Under and by virtue of tho powers
contained in a certain mortgage which
will be produeed at the time of sale,
there will bo offered for sale by public
auction, by S. I'. Tuck, Auctioneer,
at bis offices, Ward street, Nelson, ii.
O., on Monilay the 7th day of April,
11102. at tbo hour of eleven o'clock ln
the forenoon, the following   property:
Lot numbered twenty-two {'22), in
Hloclt numbered sixty-eight (lis), of
the city of Nelson, Biitisb Colombia,
Bub-dlviffioD lot ninety-five (0.1),group
one (I), Kootenay Distriot, according
to tlie official plan or survey.
Tbo propeity is situate on Vernon
Stroet. and known us the "Occidental
For terins and conditions of sale
apply to,
linrns   Block,     linker Street,   Nelson,
B, 0., Solicitors for the Mortgagees.
sold by All Newsdealers
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Mflao.B B. O,
Furnish** Monthly to all lovers of 8<>iig
ami MurIc * vast volume of New, Choice
Copyrleht Composition* !>>' the moRl popular autliom. ��4 P��ge* of PI��no Mu*lc,
half Vocal, half lmtrumentul���f I Cpmpl*te
Piece* for PI*no���Once a Month for a_
Cent*. Yearly Subscription, ��a.oo. Hjou
Hill aend u�� the name and addreaa of Fivj
performer! on the Piano or Onr&n, we will aend
you a copy of the Magailne Fr**.
j. W. PEPPER, Publisher,
eighth a Locust SU., Phllsdslrhl*, P*v
The Waverley Hotel
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
Rates $1.00 to $1,1till per day. First
class Meals, ''r.c. Next door to Opera
House. P. O. Hox MO. Telephone 147.
Victoria St.. Nelson.
For Stylish Up-to-Date Hats
_�� to
Opera Mouse Block
Real Estate. Fire and Life Insur��ncp
Money to Loan.
Three Cottag��8   across   the lake
opposite Nelson full particulars   on
Houses for rent   and   sale  in  all
parts ol tlic City. Nblson Dail\ Miner Saturdw, April 5, iqoj
Gold      c,ie ot,ne most use'
ful   Hooks   that    car
Dlist be   obtained   at    thi
present time is
How to Kind lt and How to Mine Ii.
In view of the new placer digging!
on Cooper Creek, this book should
be   in the hands of everyone   inter
Booksellers, Stationers
Show Room for Mason A Riseh piano:
t i
'J hi Socialist league will hold it.'
reaular meeting on Sunday afternoon
in the Miners' union hall. The subjeot for discussion will be An Administrative Government, to be lead by
Miss Men ill.
A meeting of the Nelson district
licence commissioners will be held ou
April is to consider the application of
A. Anderson to transfer to Joe Hoyer
the licence of tbe Valley hotel near
Bammocks, MammocKS, Hammocks;
all shades and styles at McLachlan
James Ciillis, who has been wanted
by the police since August last for
aggravated assault to Whitewater,
was brought io yesterday by Con
stable Young from Bossland and was
token up to I'aslo by Constable Simp
son for trial.
Tbe board of license commissioners
for the Nelson district for the ensuing
twelve months are: James A. ('il)ier
and J. II Matheson, who bave been
reappointed, and A. R. W. Harrow.
P.L.S., who taiies the placo of W. F.
Teetzel, resigned.
Riverside Nnrsorles, (irand Foilts,
can supply you with A-l shrubs, and
trees for that yard.
W. A. Jowett, secretary of the
Tourist association reports two
additional subscriptions to the fund of
the orgaization. Tbey are the Hudson's BayCo.,$15,and William Hunter
and Co., $10. Previously reported,
$;iOS,making a grand total of $033.
W.A. Jowett on behalf of toe Tonr-
-Jst Association recently sent a letter
^tJohn Mclloiigall, commissioner of
ci. "^r.s, uski'Pg to have Welson made
a nt of exportation for deer. Iu
rep' mCommissioner MeDougall states
tha I the outport of Wancta has been
des.gnaled as a port for tne export ol
deer. VVaneta is designated for tbe
ab ve purpose.as being a frontier port
o' exit under the survey of the collector of customs of Nelson.
Brought od Appendicitis.
If a person will continue to put a
little posiun in tbo body eauh day, for
instance like a cup of coffee each
morning when coffee acts as a poison,
and it frequently does, tne result will
be an attack some day in some of the
organs of tho body, 'the little disturbances each day pile up and finally
become a big disturbance.
Many eases of appendicitis have
been brought on by coffee drinking.
It first affects the nerves of the
stomach, and the disorder travels on
down through the bowels and icsults
in Bome kind of bowel trouble, frequently appendicitis.
A lady in Fredonia, N.Y., says:
" During ray school life, bath as a
student and teacher I drank Oiffce
regularly. Most ot tlie time I knew
the coffee was injuring me b-it did
not feel like giving it up. First my
nerves telt the eft'oet and later on constipation developed, ard afttr that
the last year I had a severs altaek of
appendicitis. My doctor and friends
all agreed that these troubles wete,
largely caused by ooffee di Inking.
While 1 was ill some I'ostum was
setpt me hy friends. I supposed it was
cuiTee and hesitated at the first cup,
but when the difference was explained, aii'l I drank ns much as I cared
for, with such good results, 1 concluded Postum was just what I wanted and have used it ever since. lt
greatly ails iligeation, la nourishing
and refreshing.
Mv food and nourishment while
gellii? well from appendicitis were
Pcstum anrl (Irape-Nuts.
If I had known of Postum years
ago I might have been saved a tremendous amount ot Buffering brought on
by coffee rtriuking
Rev. ,     is   one of my converts
to Postum. He suffered greatly fron
dyspepsia nut lias entirely recveieri
since lie quit coffee and began using
llr. who suffered a long   while
from nervous troubles says Postum
brought him out when he quit coffee,
and he constantly urges it on his
patients who are coffee drinkers.
Destroy the
Remove the
owbro's Herpicide kills
the dandruff germ which
causes falling hair, and,
finally, baldness. No other
hair preparation kills the
dandruff germ. Stop dandruff, there'll be no falling
hair, no baldness.
IIickiksos. tt. Tl., Nov. 8,'!��.
Have Iicpii inliiip Harp|old0, and Iuivh ujftl
nlio.itoim-llilril ��.r�� Sl botlle. aiirt liwl that
it. it piot opply oleonni the __i* from dim.
driiff und prevent* tho Ipalr fro in UUlng ont,
tmt promotes a new Browta, nave only atea
tlie. o.iiniitityiiiepitiolieil.pui.lhnvo mope IpiiIt
on inyheiidiliiin I have hadfor yenrs. lulao
And unit It keeps the hair soft and (.'lossy.
For Sale at all First-Class Drug Stores.
The funeral services of tne late Mrs.
Criddle will be held at the family
lesidence at 2.3(1 this afternoon, and
will be conducted by Rev. Graham of
St. Saviour's church.
Placer   and   Mining   Laws���Morley
nnd Laing.
Most of the teaohers who attended
tbe convention in Nelson remained
over yesterday and will leave for
home tooay. A. J. Dove. M.A.. of
Kaslo, was taken ill on Thursday,
but yesterday was considerably better.
Wbisks, and Clothes Hrushes��� Morley and Laing.
At tho record office yesterday John
P. Bell euterei the location of the
Peacock mineral claim, ono mile west
of Salmo. Certificates of work were
granted to W. II Gray, on tho Rand,
una to the Katie D. Green G. M, and
D. Co., limited, on the Last Cbanoe,
Iug'-rsoil, Hamilton, London fraction
und Katie D. Gieen mineral claims.
Trunks aud Valises���Morley and
C. D. J. Christie who lately sold
out the geneial agency business conducted by him for the past five years
to Messrs. Brydges, Blakemore and
Cameron, Ld., leaves this morning
with Mrs, Christie lor Sault Ste.
MaiTe where he will look after the
interest of tho Snn Life Assurance Co.
of Canada.
John Love, representing the Consolidated Stationery Co., of Winnipeg,
will be in the district on his usual
visit. His quarters for the week will
ba Hume hotel.
The prices of admission to the concert to be given by tbe Cosgrave
orchestra under the auspices of the
Ladies Hospital Aid on the evoning of
Wednesday next, April !), will be 50
cents and 75 jents. Tickets for the
ball alone will be $1, and ..tickets foi
botb oall and concert 81.50. Seats
will be on sale at McDonald's confectionery store on Monday, April 17.
Pocket Knives and Scissors���Motley
and Laing.
A large number of people attended
the spring opeuiug of the Hudson's
Day Co. yesterdav. The storo was
most handsuinely decorated throughout and evoked many admiiing comments from tbe visitors. The carpet
and house furnishing departments was
arranged as a drawing room where
tbe eity orchestra played during tbe
afternoon and evening. Refreshments
were servca to those who called.
Constable Simpson, of Bowser iake
yesterday eapne in with Andrew Taylor who has been committed for trial
at Nelson on a charge of assaulting
Joseph Wallerson on March 20 and
also for assaulting A. Killett. The
prisoner was brought before E. A.
Crease, as police magistrate, aud consented to be tried by him. Ue pleaded guiltv and was seutenced to six
months' imprisonmeut on eaoh charge,
the sentences to De concurrent.
Since the alterations have been
made to tho Nelson Miuers' union
ball that is now a very cheery and
pretty assembling room. Instead of
the benches that were formerly used
for seats there are comfortable chairs,
tho iloor has been painted, the asles
covered with matting and everything
brightened up. Lookers have been
added for the effects of oaoh of the
unions that meet there. At the rear
of toe ball is the office of tbe secretary
of the Miners' union. At present 14
labor bodies meet in this hall in addition to the Trades and Labor council.
The weekly shoot of tho Nelson Gun
club lor the Handicap cup will take
place this afternoon at 2 o'clock
sharp. Those who cannot take part
on Saturday can shoot for the trophy
on Sunday morning at 11.80. Thu
handicapping will be as follows, each
shooting at 25 birds: .1. Fred Hume
0, Goo. Tierney 4, Geo. Steele sctatch,
J. H. .Ward 8. H. W. F. Pollok 4,
J. E. Hunter 7, C. VI. Busk B, C. H.
McLachlan S, Jas. Wallace 4, Capt.
Gore 4, dr. Armstrong li, 0, D.
Goepel scratch, Geo. Thurman 10, (1.
Taylor 10, Geo. Kurtz 7, Frank
Wifd S, Jasper Phair scratch. Gold,
silver and bronze locket will go to the
three bigh guns.
Or. C. R. Doherty is here from
i'Vruie on a short business visit.
It. S. Miets. of tne Joe Tasae Cigar
Co.. of Montieal, is at the Phair.
George E.Tunstall.Jr..returned yesterday from a business visit to
J. C. Glome, manager at Winnipeg,
for the Toronto Type Foundry, camo
in Inst night Irom llalnion Hot
Springs, where he has spent a week,
much benefitted in health.
W. C. Matthews, general manager
for 11. G. Dun, with headquarters at
Toronto, is at tho Phair. lie is en
route for China, .laparj ami the Philippines and will ho absent for six
Rev A. W. McLeod, ol Kamloops,
will conduct both services In the Baptist ohaich on Sunday. The subject
for the morning senium will be The
Second Coming of Christ and for the
evening, The Gospel for an Age of
One ot tho parlors in the Phair bas
been fitted up witli the paraphernalia
for playing ping pong nnd each afternoon and evening many devotees of
the game gather to try their skill.
E. E. Phair and George C. Tunstall,
Jr., are to play this afternoon for the
championship of the hotel. Both are
skilled with the racquet and an exciting and closely contested game is
The tug Halys, Captain West, has
just finished the delivering of 30,000
feet of lumber to the Molly Gibson
Landing. It is to bo used for the
building of stables and sheds by thc
contractor, who has secured a year's
contract for hauling ore from tli3
Molly Gibson mine to the Molly
Gibson landing. The lumber came
from the Nelson Planing mill. Today
the tug will begin the loading of 75
tons of manure, which is to be delivered at the ranch of T. G.Procter near
_\. i_
Copenhagen, April 4.���Thore was
an exciting debate on the Danish
West India islands treaty in the
executive session of tho Lanustbir g
(upper bouse) today. The opposition
members violently attacked tho treaty
and plied the Foreign minister with
numerous questions to which he replied firmly and cleat ly.
There is great public interest in
tbe questions and the agitation and
excitemeut are intense. Both sides
are confident of success. A strong
effort is being made to identify the
members of tho Landsthing who, it is
suspected, furnished information to
Congressman Richardson. So far it
has not beon successful.
Cornwall. April 4.--Lochiel township, Glengarry county, where there
have been about 70 cases of smallpox
since last October, is now quite fiee
from disease.
Brandon,   Man.,    April   4.���In   tbe
Gordon murder trial the jury returned
a veidicl of guilty.
London, April 4.���Lead ��11,  Ss. 0d,
New   York,    April     i.���Close���Bar
silver 54c;       Mexican    dollars     430.
Copper   easy.    Lead quiet.
A  Subject   Jr'or  Kemarks.
The new Wall Papers attract favor-
.able attention. Tbey tefleet good
taste in colors as well as in pattern,
and people of taste cemmend them.
They havo an air of elegance and are
most durable in quality. Itivestinont
in such Wall Paper is a paying investment, before placing your order, it
will pay you to ice our new designs,
and get our prices,
F. J. Bradley & CO.
BtRii Pniiiittig iiiHi Picture Framing
a Specialty,
Permanent Care for Oatarrh*   Thai is What a
Well-known Toronto Gentleman Soys
Abont, Japanese Oatarrh Curo.
Mr. John Sloan, 7ft McGM st... Toronto,
writes: "I have had catarrh in tlio nio-t disagreeable form for fears: havo at times uot
remedies which would relieve me. but nothing
to ouro mo completely, until I tried Japanese
Oatarrh Oare. From the very first it wave mo
much relief, end every day's use snowed a
marhed improvement.   1 used in all six boxes,
and it bos completely oared me. U certainlj
doo-* all claimed for It, which I oannot say for
scores o( othor remedies triad* nnd t feel It my
dulv io at est my npprecintion of anything so
worthy. AH druggists, price50cents,or mailed
by tho Griffiths and Macpher-jon Co., Limited
Hi Church streot. Toronto.
For sale bv J. II, Van��tone.Scison. B, Cl      |
We have been notified to leave our present premises on May 1st and the balance of the Stock left at that date we are Moving Back to Ontario consequently everybody buying from us can depend on getting Big Bargains, for
the less goods we have on hand the less freight money we will have to pay out.
Thc stock consists of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gent's Furnishings, Hats, ��
Caps, Boots and Shoes
This is an opportunity to purchase goods at less than   Eastern   Prices.    Come
and see for yourselves.
My Residence on Carbonate Street is For Sale at a Bargain.
Agreeable and Gomforting
We   can   make    your   work
agreeable   as   well    as    you
comfortable by
Fitting Your Eyes With
Proper Glasses
Patenaude Bros.
Bakor St.
Nolson, B. G.
NKLSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. &
M. meets socond Wednoaday in
month,   ViaitinK brethern welcome
t O. O.  F.     Kootenay Lodge
No. 16, niectfi every Monday night,
at   their Hall,  Kootenay street
3qiouminsr Old Fellows cordially invited.
W. H. Smith, N. G.;  G. F. Motion, V. G.; A
Loughurst, Kee. ties,	
Nelson 1 loyal Arch Chap tor No. 123, G. H. C.
Meet-' third Wednesday. EJojourning compan
tons  invited.    Qegrgo Johnetone,  <5.    '1. J.
A_^i__       NKL-30N LODGE  No2J, K. of P.
fiKS-ffltneets in K. of P. hall, Oddfellows block
&3��^veryTuesday evening at a o'clock,
/All visiting knight* cordially  Invito
Wm. Ikvink, C.C.
Hugh StuvjcNS, K. of R, and S.
Nelson Fmc'. pment No. 7. Meets every 2nd
and ith Friday of oach month, in Odd Fellow-'
Hall, coiner Baker and Kootonay streets
Nelson. A. H. Clements, C. P.; D. McArthur
R. S.   Visiting brothers always welonmni
NELSON L. O. L. No. 1U92 meets in Fraternity Hull on flrst and third Friday evenings
of each month at 8 o'clock. Visiting member
cordially invited. W. W. Bradley, W. K.
A.Minty, U.S.
NKLSON AE1UK No. 22, F. O. E., meet*
every second and fourth Wednesdays of each
m onth. Visiting members cordially invit
Oharlos Pressor. Hpu>retary,
Kootenay Tent No. 7, K. O. T. M��� hold theii
regular meetings in Fraternity Hall, I. O. O. F
block, on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of eaefc
u.onth. VisitinK brethren cordially invited tc
attond. G. A. Brown R. K.r, Dr. Rose, Com-
ft. J.Steel, D. ci. C.
1st and 3rd Wodnesdayeveniugso.
each month at Fraternity hall
cornor of Baker and Kootenaj
streets. Visiting brethern cord-
iali> invited.
EDWARD Maclkod. Secretnry.
Nelson Court Btw of Kootenay, A. O. F
Meets 2nd and 1th Wednesdays in overs
Month. Vir-Uing brethren welcome. V Mac
Mililan, C. P.; Herbert MoLeod. see
Mootings Itli Thursday cf month. Frnterna
hall, J A Irving O R.   P. R. Flaming. R.
A shipment just "arrived and w
can now oiler you h,'choice selection  ul  everything   known  as
Watches,     Clocks,    Jewels,
Souvenir Goods, Etc.
We can please yon in choosing a
a Wedding Present,
Fine Wilch Repairing a Specialty
J. J. WAtKER |
Certificates of Improvements
King Alfred and King Solomon
Mineral Claims, situate in the Nelsou
Mining Division of West Kootenny District.
Where located���On Iron Mountain,
about 6 miles from the mouth of the
South Fork of the Salmon Kiver.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Francis J.
O'Reilly, of Nelson, B. C, us agent for
F. \V. Lewis, of Indianapolis Ind.,
U. S. A,: Free - M ner'H Certificate
No. 2511), intend, sixty days from Ihe
date hereof, to apply to the Miuing Kecorder for certificates of improvements,
for the purpose of ohtaining Crown
Grants of tbe above claims.
And fuither take notice that action,
u^der section H7, must he commenced
before the issuance of such certiiicatps of
Dated thiB 10th diy of November,
Ceviiiicita of Improvements
Allen Mineral Claim situate in the
Nel ion Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located���On the divide between Sheep and Dost Greeks, 10 miles
fron Sulmi'ii Siding.
TAKE NOTICE that T, N. F. Towns-
end, acting aB agent for J W. Thompson, Free Miner's Certilicate No. B42007.
intend sixty days from the date hereof
to apply to the Miuing Kecorder for a
certificate of imprt vements for the pur-
post! of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claim.
Aud further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenced
hi fore the issuimce of suoh certificate of
Dated this 2nd day of November, A.
D��� 1001 N. F. TOWNSEND.
New York
San Francisco
via Soo Line, Rt
Paul, Chicago
and all 1 '���
S. points.
Tourist Sleeper Service
1~*  4 OT*1       fjT- DuDinore .Tu c-
rAS    feiiy
M-4i "-*' * Lv. Kootenay Ldg,
Tuesday and Friday, St. Paul, Toronto
Montreal and Boston.
li/DCT Leave Revelntita
\\l |"* ^ I daily. Vancouver,
" *-n-* A      Seattle Ooast.
Home Seekers' Westbound
Excursions, March i to
April 30.
Through bookings to Europe, via all
Atlantio Line
Prepaid tickets from all points ut
lowest rates
For bertha, time tables, rates ami full
information apply to City Ticket olliro
City Agent. Nelson
J. S. Oaiiteb, B. 3. Ooylh
Dis. Pass. Agt, A. G. P. A.
Nelson Vance n*e
DO YO'I Need Your Clothes Pressed
or Cleaned? 11 yn do make a call
at the City Cleaning and Prssnloo
Parlor' . Your clothes well kept iu
ex'.client repair and till lie sent for
and Delivered to any part of the citv
for |1.80 per month, allowing one
suit per week. Any work you mny
have, give me a trial. A. L. Hays,
Broken Bill Woek, Nelson, B. C.
To A. II. Fischer or to any
person or persons to whom he may
have transferred his interest in the Manila and Silver Queen Mineral Claims,
situated nl the head of Midge Creek,
Kuskanook Miuing District,West Koot
Yon and each of yon are hereby notified that 1 have expended oue hundred
and thirty-three dollars in labor and
improvements upon the above mentioned mineral claims iu order to hold
said mineral claims under the provisions cf the Mineral Act, and if within
ninety days of the date of this notioe
you fail or refuse to contribute yonr por-
tion of such expenditure together with
all costs of advertising, yo,-,r interest in
said claims will become the property of
tbo subscriber under section 4 of au Act
entitled "An Act to Amend tne Mineral
Act, 1O00.
Dated this 10th day of February, llr'
Kootenay Railway   and Na
Company, Ltd.
Shortest anrl quickest route to tho east and tti
points on ���ho O. K. Sc .. and Northern V*
ciiio Railways In Washing^n, Orogou ano
Southern States.
Time Card Effective Nov. 10. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
8:30 a. m, Lv.
10:55 p.m. Ar.
Ar. 1:00 p. tn
Lv. 1:15 P. ai
Int Nav- & Trading Oo
0:00 p. m. Lv, Nolson Ar. 10:30 n. m-
0:10 p. m. Ari Kaslo Lv. 7:00 a. in-
Connecting at Five Milo l'olnt witb Nelson
Jt Fort -heppard Railway both to and Irom
UoHsiaud, oto
Tickets Bold to all parts in Unitod State.- and
Canada via Groat Northern and O. R. * w
Co.'s linos,
Oooan steamship tickets  and rates vi  a
linos will befurniKhod on application.
I'or further particulars oall on or addrM
ROBERT IRVINO    ,   . ���
M��.i,��.irnr. KTanlo.B, O
G. K. Tackaburt Aaont. Nelson B. fl,
Certilicate of Improvements
Subscriptions taken for the Nelson Daily and Weekly Miner at
publisher's prices by J. F. DEL-
ANEY, New Denver,  B. C.
Drum Lommon Mineral Claim, situate in the Nelson Mining Division 01
West Kootenay Distriot.
Where located : On CraiR Mountain,
Take notice that I, J. D. Anderson.
P. L. S., of Trail, B. 0., agent for
P. Burns, Free Minei's Certin-
oate No. BB052S, intend, sixty
da) s from the date hereof, to apply
to the Miniug Recorder for a Oer-
tificatcof Improvements, for the pur- ,|
pose of obtaining a Orown Grant ol u��
above claim. .,._
And further take notice that acli'""
under Beotiou ii7, must be commencecj
before the issuance of such Oertiflciui.
A  V. 1802. J. D. ANDEBbOf


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