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 Daily Edition No. 1232
Nklson,  British Columbia, Saturday, January 4, 1902
Eleventh  Ycat
Her Farmers Will Have the
Sum of $40,000,000 to
French Shore Matter Now
Considered of Importance.
Winnipeg, Jan 3.���Taking tho government crop report as a basis on
whieh to figure, it is estimated that
the cash value of Manitoba's products
ti tho faiiner is in the neighborhood
of $10,000,000. These flgnreB are
obtained by taking the total yields of
the different varieties of grain and
potatoes, together with the quantity
of poultry and dairy products and
figuring out the value at thc prices
estimate J to have been paid to the
farmer. The revenue derived from
the sale of stock, hay or roots i s not
included in this estimate as there are
no quantities given, but these, of
course, materially incrense the assets
of the Manitoba farmer and give him
a large additional reveoue.
Appreciates the Earnestness of Prohibitionists But Promises Nothing.
Toronto, Jan. 3.���Premier Ross
reeived a deputation from the Dominion Alliance and the Methodist church
today anent prohibition. In reply
Mr Boss said lie appreciated tho earnestness of the prohibitionists and their
appreciation of the gravity of the situation. All tbat had been said would
recolve tbo careful attention of the
government. The house wcnlil meet
at an early date. That was as fnr ns
hi was prepared to go at piesent.
The livening Telegram's London
cable says: ''Interest in tbe Newfoundland and the French shore question is awakened by the reply received
from one of the highest officials of
the Newfoundland government in regard to the long standing controversy.
The Daily Express considers the
reply a remarkable arraignment of
the colonial office. It goes on to sny:
This cum,try is surely not n people to
condone Ihe perpetration of insult
and injury to loyal British subjects as
a sop to the unconscionable pretensions of a foreign nation.
The Morning Post observes that the
French government has more than
once shown a disposition to make
concessions whieh havo not always
been appreciated by the people of
Hon. J. I. Tarte is in town, today,
looking over public buildings preparatory to making up the estimates. It
is understood that some substantial
appropriations will be made for
Two Drown at Lobster Traps���Two
Killed in a Mine.
Halifax, Jan. 8.���Clarence and
Arnold Uoodwin, sons of Capt W. H.
Goodwin, Argyle, Yarmouth County,
Viere drowned today while hauling
lobttcr traps
li. Melausen and James De Grasse
were killtd at Springhill mines this
moro ing by a heap of stono falling on
Owen   Sound,   Jan.   3.���The acety
lene  gas  generator in   the   C. P. R
round house exploded at 7 o'clock this
evening.     Thas. Gordon was so badly
injured  that if he   lives   he  will  Vfc
crippled for life.     The explosion was
felt  all over  town and   wrecked most
of the windows in the Paciflo hotel.
 Proviiwi.*' Ubrnv Ml���� ���
nurs.��� ._. ~.._     .,,���.. i.itvh*
oner has cabled the tlovetnor-lloneral
nsking him to arrange to send out
some trained scouts.
Largo Sums to Be Spent by the C.P.R.
in the West.
Montroal, Jan. 3.���It. Marpole, general superintendent of the Pacific
division of the C. P. R. arrived here
tonight to take part in tho annual
conference of superintendents of the
company at whieh improvements to
be made during the coming summer
are discussed. lt is understood that
the improvements west of Winnipeg
will be very heavy next summer.
Quebec, Jan. 3.���Capt. Wolvin, of
Dulutli, and O. Smith, of Buffalo, had
a conference with the harbor commissioners as a result of whieh the latter
granted to a syndicate organized by
Capt. Wolvin, a site for an elevator
on the Louise embankment for shed
accommodation. The estimated oost
is $1,000,000. One year is given for
getting the plnnt in working order.
French Papers Urge Diplomatic Action
to Prevent Abuse.
Nantes, France, Jan. 3. ��� Le Petit
I'hnro published a leading article
today entitled the "White Slave
Trade," in which the paper follows
up the charge of crimping methods
employed at Portland, Oregon, contained in a letter signed by eight
French captains ar.d dn'cd Portland,
November 212nd, and published by tbis
paper on December 28th In which the
writers ask the French consul-general
at San Francisco to intervene and
demanded a government inquiry into
tbe subject. Today's attiele contains
extracts from the letters of the French
captains showing that 87 French sailors were beaten and deserted their
ships at Portland during the month of
November. Le Petit Phnre urges that
French diplomatic nction he taken in
this matter and says: "This senndai
must eciiiO. It extends even to San
Francisco. It is not worth the trouble
for the r'reuch pnilinment to vote
premiums to our merchant marine
simply to fatten these pirates and
permit them to sell French sailors like
cattle at a fair. '
Crowd With Shot Guns Surround
Burglars But All Escape.
Camden Point, Mass., Jan.!!.���Four
masked robbers entered the Hank of
Camden Point and wrecked the vault
with dynamite early today. A. P.
Sarrhurst, assistant cashier, and H,
F. Rixey, a local merchant, returning
from a country dance passed the bank
just as the explosiou occurred. Hastily arming tbemselvts with shotguns
and summoning a small pesse, they
surrounded tbe bank and opened fire
on the robbers. After a fusiiade lasting several minutss in which one of
the robbers was shot in the shoulder
the burlgars retreated from the bank,
ran to the railway Iraoks and escaped
ou a hand car. They secured no
booty. Several armed posses arc
searching lor the robbers.
Cincinnati, Jan.3.���John G.Thomas,
cashier of the Wells, Fargo Express
Co. in tbis city, was reported to the
police today as mysteriously missing
since Monday night. An examination
of his boons and accounts shows every
'hing correct and there is no clue lo
the cause of his absence. He came
here 12 years ago from St. Louis
where his parents live.
Winnipeg, Jan. 3.���The Winnipeg
Victorias defeated the Winnipegs 8 to
3 in the first senior hockey game of
the season played at tbe Auditorium
rink tonight. The Stanley Cup holdors are in fine form and promise to
make It interesting for the Toronto
Wellingtons when they come west for
the cup.
Ottawa,   Jan.   3.���The   War   offloe
today cabled accepting offer of Canadian government to s-nd five Canadian
Saturday Review Sees Danger in
United States Aggression.
London, Jan. 3.���The Saturday
Review will print a remarkably free
spoken editorial in which it strongly
advises Great Britain to form a working alliance with Germany in order to
cheek the continued and appaiently
inevitable advance of the United
States into South America.
prominent in Egyptian Ilnnnco and
wbo was made a Knight Commander
of Sl. Michael and St. George for his
services In that field.
King Edward has decided to devote
thia gift to a sanitarium which will
accommodate, lilt) patients. Twelve of
the beils are to be reserved for wealthy
sufferers, while thu remainder will be
for those who are only able to afford
a small fee. King Edward has appointed an advisoiy committee in this
Three prizes of ��500. ��200 and ��100
respectively, have been offered in
c innection with this scheme for the
bust essays on and plans for the construction of the sanitarium and the
advisory committee will be guided by
the result of this competition in the
execution of His Majesty's wishes.
The competition is open to medical
men of all nationalities. Sir William
Henry Broadbont, when interviewed
on this subject, explained that it was
intended to employ the open air treatment for consumptives, the sucness of
which bo said was now ansolutely
established. Sir William was unable
to give details but said he nelieved
thc sanitarium wonld be within easy
distance of London for it had been
shown that the open air treatment
could be conducted almost as successfully in England ns In Switzerland.
The papers all publish editorials
applauding King Edward's purpose
and the noble gift which was enabled
His Majesty to carry out the idea
whioh he has so much at heart.
It is understood that King Edward
will be compelled, much against his
wishes, to ask parliament for a grant
to-."urds the Queen Victoria memorial.
The hope that enough money for tbis
purpose would be raised by public
subscription has not been realised.
Only ��185,400 have thus far been
subscribed and this sum will not
nenrly  sulice.
Probability Good For Sale of the
Danish Wast Indies.
Copenhagen, Jan. 3.���The flanne-
burg, owned by tbe minister oi justice, publishes an editorial today
deprecating the demand for a plebiscite on ihe subject of ihe sale of the
West Indies based on the same piivi-
lege being claimed for Sehlcswig. It
says tbe inhabitants of Sehlcswig
(Prussian province of Sehleswig-Hol-
stein) are Danes by origin, language,
education and sympathy, while the
people inhabiting tne Danish West
Indies are mostly negroes not even
speaking Danish and adds that sucb a
comparison is injurious to the Sehlcswig cause.
The editorial, however, accepts the
Monroe doctrine being applied to the
Danish West Indies and does net lavor
tho proposal to transfer the islands to
Germany in exchange for Sohleswig.
The ministry is united in favor of the
sale. The Lnndsthiug or upper house
is controlled by the opposition but it
will undoubtedly consent to the sale
of the islands. The Rigsdag, or Danish parliament, reassembles on January 10th.
/Sir Ernest Cassol Places ��200,000 at
the King's Disposal.
London, Jan. 4.���Two hundred
thousand pounds have been placed at
King Edward's disposal for charitable or utilitarian purposes, according
to the Daily Mail, by Sir Ernest Cassol, a merchant and financier whe was
Germany Has Handed Venezuela a
Demand For Settlement.
Berlin, Jan. .1.���It has been officially announced here that the German
charge d'affaires at Caracas, Herr Von
Pilgnm-Balaz?i,has handed President
Castro a ntste in which the German
claims against Venezuela are clearly
defined and in whieh a limit of time
is set for President Castro's answer
thereto. This unofficial announcement at. the enme time, points out
that the handing of the note in question to thj Venezuelan president cannot be considered an ultimatum from
Germany, since the note does not contain any reference to Germany's future   action with regard to Venezuela.
Recent Entrance Examination Saves
the Kossland High School,
Rossland, Jan.3.���The total amount
expended by the oity on street work
during the year just closed was
Ton puilps' from Ihe public school
passed the high school entrance examination recently held. These will
bring the attendance at the high
school above the minimum limit required by the School act.
Another caEe of smallpox was discovered today,a man named Wood living on First avenue. There is no
knowedge of how he contracted the
disease, unless it was in Ihe Central
hotel. Ihe two cbbcs reported jester-
day are rather severe.
Str. Walla Walla Sinks a Few
Minutes After a Collision.
Twenty   Persons   Drowned.
Remainder Have Narrow Escape,
San Francisco, Jan. 3.���A collision
at soa early on Thursday morning
between the steamship Walla Walla
and an unknown sailing vessel resulted in the sinking of the steamer and
the probable loss'of at least 20 lives.
The Walla Walla is owned by the
Pacific Coatt Steamship Company and
sailed from San Francisco on January
1st for Pnget Sonnd ports. She carried
.'Hi first class passengers, 28 second
class nnd a crew.of.80.men. When off
Cape Mciidi,Mi > on lhe California coast
at 4.10 o'clock on Thnrsay morning,
an iron bark, believe to be Fiench,
luti'iis up in the haze and crashed into
the Walla Walla's bow. TKm tho
sailing vessel slid off into the darks
ness and was seen no more. All the
passengers and crew of the Walla
Walla except the few on wateh, were
asleep but weie aroused by the crash.
The steerage quarters were in the bow
and it is believed some of the steerage
passengers and crew wero crushed to
death. A big hole was made in the
steamer's how and she sank in 39
minutes. The officers and crew maintained strict discipline'and boats and
life rafts were lowered. All who
were not killed iu the tollision got
off oxcept Capt. HaU who went down
with his ship. He was picked up
later by one of the boats uninjured
witb tho exception of a few bruises.
A choppy sea was running and the
small boats could not make a landing
on the shore a few miles distant.
They drifted about all day and finally
115 people were pioked up by the
steamer Dispatch whieh took them to
Eureka Another boat under command of Engineer Brown and containing 13 persons attempted to land at
Trinidad and was swamped. John
Wilkinson, quartermaster; William
Martol, fireman; L. Drube, passenger
and three unnkown men were drowned. Those in the boat who were saved
were Engineer Brown, Fireman John
McClelan, Coal Passer William
Shinn, Sailor O'Leary, Chief Cook
Marshall and passengers Wm, B.
Smith and Wm. Morehouse. When the
Dispatch reached Eureka this morning
with the survivors, tugs were immediately sent out for the mitsing boats.
The tug Ranger picked up one containing eleven passengers snd three of
the crew.
The Walla Walla was valued at
about $250,000. .She was formerly used
as a collier aud about 10 years ago
was converted into a passenger vessel
at a cost of $175,000. The vessel was
insured for about $200,000.
Eureka,. Cai., Jan. 3.���The tug
Ranger has arrived with a boat con
taining II passergers and three of tbe
crew of the Walla Walla. One boat
with seven peoplo in it, arrived at
Trinidad, 30 miles north of here.
As soon as the crash Oocurred boats
and life rafts were launched and
under the direction of Capt. Hall and
his crew, most of the passengers were
placed safely on the rafts and life
boats, but it is believed, that the loss
of life will be considerable. Tugs
have been sent from here to the scene
of the wreck. The Walla Walla
carried 20 first class passengers, 28
second class aud a crew of 00 men.
The following passengers were
booked for Victoria: Mrs. Capt.
Johnson, E F Adams, L Hanselman,
Mrs Bastings, E J Hastings, W
Tubler, R Nevans. For Vancouver: J
H Brown and wife, Mrs B S Edgar,
W B Moire.
Capt. A. L. Hall, master of the
wrecked steamer, gives a graphic ac
count of the disaster. He says. We
left San Francisco on Wednesday
being bound for Victoria and Puget
Sound points. The weather thickened
as the night advanced and on Thursday morning a heavy fog accompanied
oy a light rain set in about 4.10 a. m.
I was suddenly awakened by an awful
crash on the port side, well forward.
Second Officer Luke was on watoh at
the time.     Tbe housing, especially in
the ricinity of my cabin was shattered, the main force of tbe collison
striking her just forward of rav
stateroom. My hunk was struck and
thrown across the   room   on illy table.
After the crash tho vessel, whieh 1
think was a French hark, judging
from the language used by her sailors, rebounded and grouped alongside. I called to her to stand by. She
drifted by ami was lost to view. I
could not tell how badly she was injured but I do not imagine she was
severely hurt as slie struck us how on,
aod though her forward rigging must
have been broken, it is uot likely her
hull suffered materially.
Those of the passengers who had not
been awakened by the crash were
aroused at once. The vessel began to
till immediately and she sunk in 35
minutes. There wus no confusion on
board. The officers and crew kept the
passengers from becoming panic
stricken. The crew was Immediately
oidered to man the life boats ami
rafts and an effort was made to save
the baggage. This was given up,
however, the vessel filling at such an
alarming rate that nn thonght whs
given but for the safety of the passengers.
I gave o.'ders to have the port boilers blown out, that being necessary
to give the vessel a list to keep the
gaping hole in her side out of the
water. in a few moments all the
lifeboats and rafts were out with the
exception of two which were smashed,
One of these boats contained nine or
ten passengers. All were thrown into
lhe. water but managed lo board a life
raft which had been launched a few
previously. The seoond boat was
smashed by striking a heavy object In
the water, but all the passengers were
rescued by another life raft.
We had 05 first and second class
passengers on board and IliO souls all
told. We had no knowledge of the
vessel which struck us, the weather
being su thlck^she was not seen until
we had been struck, lt was very dark
at the time and ^the uncertain light
interfered to a great text wilh the
rescue of passengers. 1 remained os
board assisting them, I went down
with tne ship. After 1 had been
down, I don't know now lung, the
social hall deck broke off and I flouted
to the surface with it. Sighting a
life raft I commenced swimming and
succeeded in reaching it. after a hard
struggle and was pulled en bi'ard by
the three occupants. We floated about
all day and early in the evening were
picked up, two miles to the north of
the wreck by tho steamer Dispatch
which was proceeding to Seattle.
From tho information 1 have concerning the rescue of the passengers
and crew I am not able to state how
large the death list will be but in my
opinion it will not he less than 20 aod
possibly may reach 40 or more. A
number were injured by the fulling
timbers. It is almost certain a number of the steerage passengers peiish-
ed in this manner. The housing of
the fo-ward part was split into matchwood. While not very rough, the sea
was nasty and choppy and the continual wash over the rafts was a hardship especially to tne ladies, many
of whom were nearly in the last stages
of exhaustion when picked up by the
The list of survivors at Eureka includes the following flrst cabin passengers: All McLellan,Han Francisco;
Mrs C Hastings, Victoria; Mrs R F
Edgar, San Jose; Mr and Mrs Jacob
Miller, Seattle; Joseph Roberts, San
Francisco; Miss Gertrude A Cadicn,
San Francisco; Mrs J L Timmons,
Dawson; Chas. P West, San Francisco; F W Daly, Everett, Wash. ; Theo
Naight, Los Angeles; Dr F Y Adams,
San Francisco; Albert Meydtinbaucr,
Lakepcrt, Cai. j John Gilbert, Sun
F'rancisoo; J A Seli, Taooma ; Mrs A F
Stream, E Stern and wife, Tacoma;
Mrs Meydcnbaner, Lakcport, Cai.;
Miss Rose Peters, F L M Smith, F L
Stream and wife, J H Brown and
wife, Miss Williams, Miss Millogan,
W P Sanders, San Francisco,
At. 10 o'clock tonight it is impossible, owing tc the confusing lists of
survivors received from Eureka, to
determine the names of the lost and
missing in the wreck of the steamer
Walla Walla. According to the compilations of the Pacific Coast Steamship Co. all bnt 27 have been accounted for. The known dead are seven,
aB follows: John Wilson, quartermaster ; Wm Barton, fireman; L Ilrulo. a
passenger, and four others whose
names have not been learned. The
remainder are supposed to be adrift at
sea in three boats and two rafts.
Fourth Officer Brown, Third Officer
Holdren and a boatswain arc in
charge  cf  the   boats.     First  Officer
Nelson and Stcond   Officer    Luke   are
each in charge of raft.    News of tlieir
j being   picked up by passing vessels ll|
I expected at any time.
Portland,    Jan.
pping     men
ther Building of Blockhouses.
b��r. b.iiev, .bat ti���. v,.,,,.i ..-.j..,, was I Will Desperately Resist Fur-
in collision with the steamer Walla I
Walls is (In- four masted French hark
Europe. The Europe left here December 11th for Qaa60StowO, with a cargo
of wneat. Under ordinary weather
onndltlons the Europe would huvc
been further on her journey, but for
several weeks the wenther has been
rough | and It is very probable, shipping men say,tlmt the Europe was the
vessel in collision. She curried a crew
of 30 men.
Two (Hikers to Accompany the Civil-
Ian Representative.
Washington, Jan 3. ���lt is understood tbat a way may be found by
which two naval officers of high rank
will take pint in tlie coronation cere,
ninnies at London The question of
selecting Officers for tins service has
not yet been considered by the president and lhe secretary of the navy,
but the prospect that such selections
will be made has caused much speculation in naval circles. The present
indications are that the president
will select a civilian representative
for tbe coronation and also one officer
of lhe army and one officer of the navy
lo accompany this civilian. Quite
apart from this the navy will be rep-
lesented by a squadron in English
waters, with a rear adiniial in coin-
mnnd. The effect of this arrangement
will be to place two naval officers of
high rank in service in connection
with the coronation.
Will Establish Civil and Criminal
Courts on Canal licit.
Wshington, Jan. 3.���Some of the
main features of the protocol between
ibe United States and Nicaragua referred tti in President /.elaya's message to his congress, have been made
known in recent pr^ss despatches fiom
Managua. Hut there are many other
important features which have not yet
been disclosed, one of these being the
complete. American jurisdiction and
the establishment of American courts,
civil and criminal, throughou' a zone
six miles wide and extending from
ocean to neenn, and including the proposed ternini. Grey town on the
Atlantic, and Ilrito on the Pacific.
Tne entire (olicing of this large tract
also is placed in the hands of tne
United Slates, so that it has the power
to preserve order and after that tu
issue judicial process extending
throughout this zone.
St. Louis, Jan. 3.���At the end of
the second day of the gn-us-you-please
match, Shelton, the New York colored
man. still leads. Cartwright, the
Englishman, is second and Trace, of
Kindeihook, is third. At 10 o'clock
the score is: Fleming 147.11 Oar*
wrigh, 2111.1; Traecy, 212.1; Cava-
naugh, ISO. 181 Ilegelman, 182.7;
Noremac, 200.1 ; Hart, 200.1; Guerero,
122.0; Shelton, 225.10; Kid West,
184.18; Richardson, 147.1.; Loeslein,
Boston, Jnn. 3.���At the close of the
day, the 50th hour of the six day
bicycle race, the following leaOers
had made 1.000 miles 7 laps: Freeman
and Munroe, McLean aud Duller, Mc-
Farlend nnd Ma}a, (lougnlt and
Si mar, Leander and Butz, King and
Samuelson. The scores of tbe others
were: Fisher and Chevalier, 1000.5;
Krcbs and Kecgan, 1000.4; MulTer and
Jank, 1000. ���
Seattle, Jan. 3.���W. K. Senton was
hanged today for the murder of his
uncle Daniel Richards, on Dec. Oth.
11)00. Seaton died asserting that he
was not respousiule for the killing of
his uncle. Seaton, armed with an axe
brained his sleeping uncle, Daniel
Richards, severely wounded Myrtle
Hopgood, aged 7, and Hazel Hapgood,
aged 5, and seriously ent his sister
Mrs. Roy Clarke, aged 22. He slightly
wounded a neighbor, lohn Kennedy,
and received a pistol wound in the
neck while resisting arrest.
Lisbon, Jan. 3.���The House of Peers
today passed a   resolution   of   condolence   on   the   death of the late President McKinley.
General Bruce Hamilton Captures Another Boer
Pretoria Jan. 3.���General Dewet has
ordered the Boar couiiiiiiiulaiils to
retard at any cost the work uf extending the llritish block houses. Further
fighting may       consequently     be
expected.  ���
General liruco Hamilton has capt
ured another Boar laager and 22 prisoners on the Swaziland border.
Iloer Women Have Not Heen Ill-
treated by llritish Troops.
London, Jan. 4. ���Lord Roberts has
Usucd an official contradiction of thu
stories circulated on the continent of
the violation of Iloer women by lhe
British troops in South Allien and tlm
employment of Hocr female refugees
for immoral purposes.
Injunction Affecting Boston and Montana Affairs Dissolve**,
Butto, Jan. 3.���Judge Knowlcs in
(lie United States court has dissolved
the injuneiton which John MacGin-
nis, a minoirty stockliolfcr of the
Hoston and MontaMi Mining company
bad objected to the payment of divi-
lends- to the Amalgamated Copprr
company and to prevent tile latter and
lis officers from voting stock and controlling the affairB cf the Hoston and
Montana comp.iny. Several million
dollars in dividends were tied up by
tbe injunction.
Baltimore, Jan. 3.���Thomas Hroder-
jok, of Yonkers, was knocked uiit
tonight bv Joe Guns, of Baltimore, In
the sixth round of a fight scheduled
for 20 rounds at tho Eureka Athletic
club. Broderick was the aggressor
for the first two lounds and knocked
tlie negro down in the second with a
ring swing on the jaw, Gans staying
down the limit. Then Gans went in to
finish hf-i man but Broderick was
shifty. There was lively infighting
in the fifth round and a stilT uppercut
on thc chin sent Broderick flown for
the limit. Just after tho beginning
of the sixth Gans shoved back Hroder-
ick's face with his left and landed a
hard right chop on the jaw whioh put
tbe Yonkers man out.
Philadelphia, Jan.       3.���Bobby
Thompson, of Toronto, and Billy
Devine, of this city, fonght six fast
rounds to a draw tonight at the Central Athletic club. Both men were iu
fine condition.
James F'erns.of Kansas City, knocked out Jack Bennett, of McKeesport,
Pa., in the second round tonight at
the Industrial Athletic club. The
light was to have gone six rounds.
Up to Saturday night the drift ou
the Ottawa had penclrat.'d the oro
chute 21 feet and there was no diminution in size, while the ore, if anything, was getting richer, A tost
sample of the pajsteak was sent to
thc Trail smelter anil the returns
showed 1,329 ounces silver, 1 1-2 per
cent, copper and 1-8 of 1 per cent,
lead. In the 21 feet driven the average width of thc phipping ore is 2 1-?
feet and the above assay, the bonders
assert, now rcptescnts the value of thc
entire streak. Another assay upon 37
sacks of sortings from the first-class
ore gave 222 ounces silver. Supplies
and several thousand feet of lumber
arc boing tuken up for the building of
a new messbouse and ore shed, as tbo
lessees expect shortly to increase the
working force. Ore is being sacked
up dally and two carloads are to be
sent out by January 20th. Some of
the ore is valued at $1 per pound.
Thc lessees have become most enthusiastic oyer their holding and arc ask.
ing $100,000 for their rights.
"V""r~ Nelson  Daily Miner,  Saturday,  Janharv 4, 1901
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NVookly, per half yoar  Bjg
Weekly, per year   J J"
'Veeltly.per year, foreufn    aw
HnliHcrlptioua Invariably In advanoo.
KS Kloot Street, E. 0,
'lonlral  ProsH Agnncy,  Ltd., Special Agents
Alexander &Co..52i First Avemlfl, ���pokSjOS
Wash., keep Ibis, isiijser on Hie, ami ore cur
iiiihori/.iHl ivgunli, fur aaverUaemontn and sails
There lias been considerable objection to (rovernment by injunction both
in Camilla anil tbe United Slabs In
thc latter country it hns nsuniecl the
piop'irtit ns of a national evil and   tbe
liuc Hnd cry ajrninst it has   1 n   long
and lou,l.     It bus  been the  practice,
principally     of   ths-    United    Stiitos
judiciary, to tune Injunctions,   wbich
were   -.weeping in tlieir character and
covering' a multitude of acts;   sumc of
these   acts   weie   not    in   the   statute
bonks,   but   went   nude criminal acts
by thc   mere   dictum   of   the   judffoa.
Ihose   violating-   the   letter   or   spirit
of these orders was brought into court
charged   with   contempt  of court and
without   the   option   of trial by   jury
were found guilty   and   sentenced  to
such   terms   of   imprisonment   as the
courts might   dictate,     At times  tbe
courts,  it is claimed,    have been arbitrary in the exercise of the   extraordinary power.      One   trouble   bus   been
that tho United states Supreme court,
whicb iu  the   appelate   court   of   thc
United    States   Ciicuit   and     District
courts, apparently jeiiloiis of the scope
of the powers of the tredetftl judiciary,
bas   suslaincd    the   latter   courts    in
ivhnt a number of eminent jurists considered   was   no usni |:t ion of powers.
which tbey dirt net reilly possess under
the   constitution       The principal and
most valid   Objection to this   form   of
government   by   injunction    is- that it
takes away the right cf trial   by jury.
This right was flrst granted by Alfred
tlio (irtat in the   Ninth   Century   aud
r-hough   subsequent   kings   sometimes
tyrannically   set   thc   right   aside   it
continued     Intermittently    in    force
until the Harons compelled King John
to   sign   tho   Magna   Chart?   in 121f
Fiom   that   time the right of trial by
jury   has   liven    thu   bulwark   ol   the
liberties of the, English   speaking peo
pics.      In the United States this right
was   copied into tlie Federal constitu
tion   anci    is one of its strongest arti
clcs.    It   is   also n part rnd pared   of
the constitutions of   tho  st'ltes.   It is.
therefore, held and rightly, too,   that
under tho cloak   of contempt ot   court
proceedings the judiciary has   exercised powers   nliiih have been denied to
powerful   English  kings���tbe right tu
try   aud   condemn without   trial by a
The injustices which have been pcr-
pctuutcd by government by injunction, which set aside lhe liberties ol
the people and placed them at the
mercy of egotistical and tyrannical
jndges and under which considerable
wrung was inflicted on the people, has
filially attracted the attention of the
lawmakers ol the United States und a
bill lias beeu introduced nhich it is
thought will remedy the evil hy Hep
teientatlve U. U Bartlett, of Georgia
in the house of representatives.
This bill divides contempt of court
into two general classes, direct aud
indirect contempt. For contempt of
the indirect class, that is contempt not
in the court room, all persons thus
charged are tu have the right of trial
by jury, which is denied them under
the exist/eg laws. For direct e-jn-
tciiipt, that is, contempt committed iu
the court room, the judge may punish
This law should and doubtless will
be adopted by the American boose of
rupresentati9M and thc senate and it
will do away with government hy injunction aud prevent further wrongs
which huve grown up under the system. Tho aliunde ol some of the
judges is like, tbat in the Story of the
American backwoods justice of lhe
peace who was drinking at a but
when he fancied tbat hu hud been insulted by a fellow inebriate and said
to the offender, "I line you |6 for coro
tempt ol court." "The court is not
in session aud you oan't line me."
said tbe miller oi judicial dignity.
"I want you to distinctly understand," replied lhe court with all the
dignity that was possible under the
circumstances, "that tola court is always an object of contempt���no mailer where it may be."
son district is below the actual output
rather than above. That for Rossland
is calculated ut 3111 a ton which is low
enough when it is remembered tbat
all the ore shipped lrom the Centre
Star has averager! upward of $18 a ton
and that from the Le Roi No. 2 upward of $17. Though these mines
have uot heen such large shippers as
the I.e Boi has been, taking the vuluu
of the ore from the latter as given in
the reports of the managers, namely
in tlie vicinity of $12, cacli ton of ore
from the Centre Stai raise:; the average of three tons of that from the Io
Hoi $1, and each ton of Lo Roi No. "
ou live tons. The average from tbe
smaller mines of the Rcssland camp
lias been high, that from thu I. X. L.
and the Velvet being particularly so.
The shipments from the I. X.L. averages over JlOu to lhe Ion.
At to the Boundary though $l> ore
can be profitably worked,in quarrying
out as large a body as tbat of the
Kuohhill and Old Ironsides miieli of a
higher grade is encountered, while
the average ol the other mines la very
inuch higher, particularly that of the
Mother Lode and II. C,, and their oul-
pnt alone would raise thn average of
all Itoundury -ores, taking that of the
i.Jriinby properties at $11. to $11. In The
Miner the boundary output was calcu-
litcd at $'.i,
Some very high grade ore has been
shipped frniii lhe Slocan. higher than
the owners usually care to admit,tti.d
this will bring the actual output up
to all The Miner claims it to be. In
lhe Slocan there are several mines
which have made small shipments,
generally of very rich ore, whose
names do not appear in the list of
shippers published but tho value,
though the quantity is small, helps to
swell the total. lt must be remembered that there are two mines ln tho
Lardeau which arc producing ore at
the rate of about V1U tons a week and
as none but high grade ore from this
district will pay with present, means
nf transpirtation, the increase over
last published returns is considerable.
The isolated mines nre usually so tar
lrom railway communication that
ugain   only   high   grade   ore   can be
shipped with profit.
The output of thc lode mines for
1(100 was upwurd of $10,COO,001) and
the increase in the quantity mined in
Rossland and the lloundary alone
would make tho amount of the increase in value which The Miner
estimates. The Lardeau in 1900 ex
ported almost none so that these districts alone", oan account for tbe larger
oupttit. The Miller aimed at having
Its estimate below rather than above
the actuality and is firmly confident
that it   is very near the mark.
J Dainties in Fine Groceries,
J     Dainties in Imported Sweets,
�� Dainties   in   Finest   Biscuits,
Dainties in Wines and Liquors.
Dainties in Cigars.
Lin Everything to Eat and   Drink.
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The Hudson's Bay Stores
Have just opened up a handsome assortment
of goods suitable for Xmas.ttade.
Trays, Biscuit Barrels, Butter Dishes, Salad Bowls, Servers,  These are Genuine English Oak, Silver Mounted
See our display windows before choosing   your
Christmas present.
Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in all Cases.
Tlie Miner's estimate of tbe mineral
prod action of Yale und Kootenny lins
caused con isliT.ii'lt' ilicussion and the
more it is discussed the more its approximate accuracy becomes Apparent. |
Copper cents arc not mueli in evi
denee in Western Canada. They are
freely "Red in tile Eastern portion ol
the Dominion and a few have crept
into circulation in Manitoba. Further
west, however, they are looked down
upon ar.d derided so much that it will
take some time before they are regularly reengnized as a circulating
medium. Here in the KootcnayB we
have not very much love for the
nickle. In Dawson quarter of a dollar is the smallest change recognized,
and anyone attempting to circulate
coppers would he thought to be a fit
���abject for public scorn nnd contumely. Thc West bus not yet reached
the eent era, but doubtless in the due
course of timo they wili circulate
quite as freely, as they do in the east.
An attempt was recently mnde to
introduce coppers in Calgary and it
has met wilh conside able opposition.
The Calgary Herald raises its voice as
follows against the innovation: Th
Herald's protest against the introduction of coppers in Calgary by the Hank
of Montreal has aionsed numerous
comments from the Western press,
The I'Jdnionton bulletin,Frank Oliver,
M. 1'., editor-in-chii'f, says: "Possibly the bank did it to meet a supposed
popular demand, but it acted on mis-
information." The Hullelin adds the
following naive remark: "What the
Hark of Montreal or any other bank
should do to be popular Is to inlio
duee large numbers <>f five dollar bills
in circulation, the more the beltar,
and still belter if they made them
teti��. It is the large ehauge we want
and plenty of it.'' Another paper says
the introduction of eoppers is "an
insult lo tiie splnt'of the West."  The
Alberta  Plaindealer,,    published    in
Btratboona says: "Coppers may be
very useful in a staid old province
like Ontario, but in the West we want
none of them. Silver is cheap enough
for us." Other papers have copied
the Herald's remarks approvingly.
From the opinions expressed by business men and others in the city, the
introduction of coppers is looked
npon with unmitigated disgust, and
if the management of the Hank of
Montreal do not wish to deliberately
ran foul of public sentiment in this
city and district, they will reconsider
the matter and withdraw the obnoxious copper from circulation.
There is] nothing like Asthmalene. It
brings instant relief, even in tbe worst,
cases.    It eures when all else fails.
The Rev. 0. F. WELLS, of Villa Ridge,
111., says: "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene received in good condition. I cannot
tel! you bow thaukful I feel for the good
derived from it. I Was a slave, chained
with putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
years. I despnired of ever being cured. 1
saw yonr advertisement for the cure of
this dreadful and tormenting disease, Asthma, and thought you had overspoken
yourselves, but resolved to give it a ti ial.
To my astonishment thn trial acted like a
charm.    S��nd me a full size bottle.
Kev, Dr. Morris W< ilislcr.
Rabbi of thn Gong. Bnai Israel,
New Yokk, Jan, 3, 1801
Dn. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.,
Gentlemen: Your Asthmalene is an
excellent remedy for Asthma nnd Hay
Fever, and its composition alleviates nil
troubles which combine with Asthma.
Its success is astonishing nnd wonderful.
Alter having it. carefully analyzed, we onn state that Asthmalene contains
no opium, morphine, chloroform or ether.    Very truly yonrs,
Avon Springs, N. Y, Feb. 1, 1901.
Dits. Tait Bros. Mbdicinb On.
Gentlemen : I write this testimonial from a sense of duty, having tested the
wonderful effect of yonr Asthmnlene, for the cure of Asthma. My wife has
been nfflcted with spasmodic utitbmu for the past 12 years. Hnving exhausted
my own skill as well as many others, 1 chanced to seo your sign upon your
windows on bill th street, New York, I at onoe obtained a bottle of Asthmalen".
-My wife commenced taking it about the flt'Bt of November. I very soon noticed
a radical improvement. After using one bottle her Asthma has disnppeuml
and sue iH entirely free from nil symptoms. 1 feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are alHioted witb this distressing disease.
Yours respectfully, O. D. PHELPS-., M. D.
Dh. Taft Hiioh, Medicine Co, Feb. 5, 1001.
Gentlemen : I wns troubled with Asthma for 22 years. I huve tried numerous remedies, bnt they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement aud
started with a trial b sttle. I found relief at once. I have since purchased your
full-sized bottle, and I nm ever grateful. 1 have a family of four obildren, and
for six years wns unable to work. I am now in the best of health nnd am doing
business every day.   This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit.
Home address, 235 Rivinglon street, S.RAPHAEL,    ���
67 East 129th St,,New York Oity.
Do not delny.    Wri'e at odc>, addressing  DR.   TAF1 BROS, MEDICINE
OO., 79 East 180th St., N. Y. City.        ' -
Sold by All Druggists.
King Eilwatd has  received a gift of
��200,000 or 11,000,000, fro.n Sir Ernest
Tbe ettiinate of the production of Nel 'Cassol,   a   merchant   and  financier,
which can be used    for   charitable   or
utilitarian   purposes  and haa decided
to   devote the   sum   to   a   sanitarium
which will be devoted to the   cure   of
those     afflicted    with     consumption.
The king has   for a long period Uken
a   deep   interest    in    the  cine of   tbe
dread   ditense   consumption   and   had
Ior   some   time   desired   to see   what
could lie accomplished   in    a   properly
equipped sanitarium and   now lhe gift
made by Sir   Ernest   Cassol   will give
him   an   oppoitunity  of carrying  his
good   intention into rlfect.    Doubtless
in an establishment like   that   which
the   king   will found,  important discoveries in the way of successful treatment   of   the   disease   will be   made
Actions like (his on the   pint   of   Bis
Majesty   show   that he has   Inherited
the humane Cuaraotefi'fttles of bis great
and   good   mother, that-he is like her
in many ways and give assurance thnt
his reign will be a wises and bei.eliceut
one to the people he DBS   been   called
on to govern.      That   His    Majesty is
broad and has nothing   provincial   or
insnlar about him is shown in the fact
that the medical   men of  all    nationalities   will be allowed to compete for
tbe   three   prizes which he has offered
for   the   best   essays on   the plans for
the o instruction of the sanitarium.
Will pay the highest cash prioe for all
'rinds of second hand goods. Will bny
oi sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, carports.
cooking utensils, bought in household
I .luantitins. Also oaflt off clothing.
Call and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike. Box SOO. HftV
Street, Nelson, B. C.
Any person owing postoffice box
rent for 1U01, will Dleaee pay it at J.
A. Uiiker's store.
Delivered to any poini
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand o*
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings. Sash Doors.
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSOJ>
and LARl-O.
Do   you   want   anything   to   complete
furnishing your
Parlor, Dining Room,  Bed Room, Library,
Kitchen?    If so it will be
at the stock of
J. G. BUNYAN & 60.
West Kootenay Butcher Ca
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn nnd Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Otders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We are showing this season a full
line of these goods end solicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
"Hbe IRoyal Bank of Ganaba"
Capua!  AiillesrUcil,
Incorporated 1869.
Wi.imhi 000.00 I Capital Paid-up,
Heat,       ���      .    .
Rnard of lllrectoni     Thomas* K. Kenny, President;
Wiley Smith  H. Q. Bauld, Bon. David MaoKeen.
Ilciul Olllee, Halifax 1
Ueneral Manager, RXUon L. Peaae, Montreal.
Superintendent ot Brauohee. and Soorotary, W. B. Torranoe, Halifax
Bmuches I
���     ���      *M,MO,tOO.OO
.    . WMoe-ww-oo
Thomas Ritchie, Vice. President
Nova   Seotla-Halltax   Branoh,   AntiponM-
-o. l.omioiHksrrj   '
enburg. Maitland (llanta Co.), Plotoi
Bridgewater, Guysboro. Londonderry, Lu
enburg. Maitland (Uanta Co.), Plotou, Po;
lluwke&bury, Sydney. tihubenaoadie.Trurs
New    ISrimsnvlcIt
- Bathurst.     Dorchester,
Fredericton, KinRHlon (Kent Co.), Mono-
ton, Neweoatlo, Saokville, St, John,WoodHtook>
P. E. IsIhuiI���Charlotlotown, ijummoniide.
Onebee���Montreal, (City Oflice), Montrea
West End (Cor. Notre Dame and Seigneurs Streetel; Wommounli (Cor. Green-
Avenue and St. CntharJnoa Street),
Ontario -Ottawa.
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cnba, Wosi Indies���Havana.
United states���New York (Hi Kiclm-go Plans
Republic, Wash.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,
Vanconver East End, Victoria,
-   .   . ~ Correspondents 1
tanada-Morchants Bank of Canada. Boslon-Natlonal Shawmut Bank. ChlcAtfo-lilinoli.
Trust and Savings Bank. Snn Vranclsco-Flrst National Bank. London, E-SVBn11A" of
Scotland. Paris, ITanee-Credit Lyonnnls. Bermuda-Bank of Bermuda! Chlianudj.
pan-Honn Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. Spokane-Old National Bank
General Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange Bout-h
and Sold, Litters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated. *
Accounts received on the most favorahle terms.   Interest allowed on tneciai
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson; B.C.
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting-, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Underground Haulag?
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E- CROASDAILE Agent Nelson-
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
4-1 White Pine Lumber Always lo
We carry a complete nlook of Coast Flooring
1 'oiling. Inside Finish, Turned Work,' Sash and
Doors. Special order work will reoelvo prompt
tttentlon'  Mall orders solicited.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
, ,    ,     ,    From St. John, N. B
" Ionian (now)	
Lake Superior	
* TuniHiunlnewi....'.'	
Grath Castle.... I"
* Corinthian .'.'.'.''.'.'
Jnn. 17
Jan, 18
.Jan. 31
.  Jan. 25
'Those steamers leave Halifax two days later
FromlPortland, Me.
OAfiS.-MEALS a la 0ASTE.
OloHe connection Kimt and Went-
I11111111I nt S|'ukaiii> with triiiim of the
Spokane Fulls uml Northern Railway,
Dirrat connection at St, Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and Smith.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:15 % m
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:15 a.m
Loaves Spokane daily tor West at 800 p m.
West-hound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, Uan Francisco, and all points
on the Hound.
During the season uf navigation Kast
bound trains connect at Duluth witli
the magnificent steal nslii ps North WpfI
and North Land of theNortlieru Steani-
ship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further information, aps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of (Spokane
Falls & Northern Ry., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Kootei ai Railway Sc Navigation
Co , or to
Oity Pass, and Tkt- Agt,  W 7ol  VV,
Riveraide Ave,, Spokane, Wash,
li. K. TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
Nelson.B  0
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Shortest and qnlolccst route In the cii.t and all
poinU on .he O. tt. Sc N. and Northern Fa
ctlto Hallways ln Washington, Oregon and
Southern StatcB.
Time Card effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan By*
8:30 a. m. Lv.
10:05 p.m. Ar.
Ar. 4:00 p. m'
Lv. 1:45 p. in
Int Nav- & Trading Co.
5:20 p. m. Lv.
9:10 p. m. Ar.
At. 11:00 a. n
Lv. 7:00 a. il
Connecting at Five Milo Point with Nelnon
it Kurt ^hoppard Railway both to and from
Ron-nund, oto.
Tickets sold to all part-sin Unitod StatGr-and
Canada via Groat Northern undo. lt.  K N
Co.'fi linoc.
Ocean ritoaniHhlp  tickotfl  and  i-at.cn vl   a
linen will befuriilruiod on appUoation.
For further particulars oall on or address
Unnaaer. K>.*lo.H, O
Taokabury Ascent. Nelnon B. fl.
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'v.
Nelson dc* Fort
Sheppard Rv.
Red Mountain R'v.
For the comfort of the number ol
people who are now using this
popular line, a direct daily Buffet
Car service has been inaugurated,
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable .on any of the
larger railways in Canada or the
Close connections made at Spokane for the south, east  and  west.
Only io hours to Seattle and 18
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points.
Lenve DAY TRAIN Arrive
0:20 a.m Suoknne 7:15 p.m
12:26 p.m Roaslend 4:30p.ro
10:30 a.m Mountain 5T>9 p. m.
II: Id ii. m Nelson 6 :45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. ft T.A.
Spokane  Wasn
Agent, Nelson, P.C
Head Office -Hendrvx and Vernon J��t., Nelson
Zealand ^NewXork
St. Louis ,,	
Ivornia !.'......."'!'"
... Jan S
...Jan 8
...Jan 11
...Jan 15
...Jau 15
..Jan 18
.. .Jan 22
...Jan 24
Contlnen'al sailings of French. No-lh German Lloyd, H. A. P. and Italian Line* on application, r
RATES-Saloon fares 142.60, and upwards;
Pccond (35 and upwards according to staamer
and location of berth. Steerage quoted on application. Prepaid passage? from Knglaud aud
Ihe continent at lowest nates.
H. L. I1IIO WN.      W. P. F. CUMMINGS.
City Agt., Nelaon.     Geo. Agent, Winnipeg,
Be sure and get tbo genuine   BENNETT'S GUTTA PEBCHA YV SB.no
something tbat looks   like   it.    Law-
ence Hardware Co., AgeDts.
Notice is hereby given that I intend
to apply at the next sittings of the
Board of License Cora.nissiiinurs for
the City of Nelson for tbe transfer of
the retail liquor license now held , by
me for the premises known as the imperial Hotel formerly known as the
Silver King Hotel, situate on lots 7
and 8 in block 10, sub division of , Lot
Sir,, Group 1, West Kootenay District,
Baker street In the said City of Nelson to Joseph Harwood.
Witness: P. McGol) Nelson   Daily  Minbr, Saturday Januaky 4, 190**
Some Interesting Kootenay Cases to
Be Heard in Victoria Next Week.
In the case of Marino vs. Alexander
Sproat, and Mclnne.s, the appeal will
be ncard at the sitting of tbo Supreme
Oourt at Victoria next week. This
appeal came up at Vanconver in
November when it was adjourned to
January 7th for hearing to permit of
the plaintiff cross-examining the
defendants. Affidavits weie made that
alleged the discovery of important
documents which it was charged that
Marino had kept secret at the time
of the trial. The cross-examinations
bave been held and thc appeal will
now be heard. Sensational developments are stated to have taken place
with rcgnrd to the lost documents In
the cross-examinations. Tlio appellant
Sproat will be represented by S. S.
Taylor, K. C, while E. P. Davis will
represent the appellant. Mclopl". The
respondent plaintiff will bo repescnt-
eil by 0. Wilson, K. C, L. P. Duff,
K. C��� and John Elliot.
In tho re Florida Mining company���
Appeal number 3.��� Thejireliminnry
appeals 1 and 2 were allowed at the
last sitting of the court, aud the principal appe'l] now oomos np for bearing. It is to reveise the division of
the Mr Jubtico Irving ordering this
company to be wound up,and includes
the discussion of the laws of British
Columbia as to how far a compulsory
winding up can be operative in this
province. 8. S. Taylot for the appellant compiny, E. P. Dlvis for
respondent petitioners.
In N. F. M'Naught vs. the Van
Noriiiaii-Ilarvey company und Balfour
and Co.���The defendants are appealing from the judgments of Mr. Justice
Irving discharging the executions
against the Hampton mine; and order-
iLg the sheriff out of .possession.
This is the famous interpleader action
respecting the estate of J. A. McKlu-
nnn, and involves the question of the
rights of a sheriff when the free
miner's certificate of a debtor has
lapsed. Sir Charles Hibbert Tu-pper
will appear (or the appellant Van
Norman Uarvey Co., Chas. Wilson
and John Elliot for appellant Balfcur
and Co., nnd S. S. Taylor for the
respondent N, P. MoNaught.
The Star Mining Co. vs. the Byron
N. White Co.���-Defendants are appealing againBt the order ol inspection
granted by the chief justice at Rossland, and this appeal will settle tlie
torm of order that will be granted in
every similar cbbo, as well as the
rights of n mine owner to investigate
the workings of an adjoining mine
when he suspeota that such workings
extend into his property. E. V. Bod-
well, K. C, will represent the defendant appellant, and S. S. Taljor the
plaintiff respondent.
Stops tbe Cough
and Works off the (old.
Lax? live Btomo-Qnlnlno Tablet8 euro   acold
n oi.ii d-ir.   NoCurc,  noPay.  PdceK cents
Next woek will be the week of
prayer in the oburohes with services
to be held every evening except Saturday. The following is the programme
airanged: Monday:       Methodist
ehnrch, Rev. Wro. Munroe Bubject,
Tho Churob ; Tuesday : Presbyterian
church, Rev. J. H. White, subject,
The Church's Duty to the Home and
School; Wednesday: Congregational
church, Hev Dr. Wright, subject.
Christian Citizenship; Thursday: Baptist church,Ensign Scott, subject, The
Church's Duty to Non-churchgoers;
Friday: Salvation Ai my Barracks,
Hev. J. B. Morgan, Prayer for the
Heviving of the Spirit. All meetings
begin sharp at 8 o'clock.
W. A, Jowelt Returns After
a Two Years' Stay in
British Columbia
In  Very
Bennett, Slocan ; L S Houston. Spokane; E 3 Boswell, Trail; M .1 Brady,
Spokano; II H Welch, Victoria; Mr
aud Mrs 0 llulbert, _ 3 Coyle,
food obanged;to poison.
Putrefying food in the intestines
produces effects like those of ursenic,
but Dr. King's New Life Pills expel
tlie poisons from clogged bowels
gently, easily but surely, curing Constipation, IiilioiiMiess, Sick Headache, Fevers, all Liver, Kidney and
Bowel troubles. Only Me ut Canada
Drug and Hook Co.
Students prepared for   Departmental
and other Examinations.
Commercial Work a specialty.
4th   door abovo City Hall.
Changes the Home Feeling*
Coffee blots out the sunshine fiom
many a home hy making the mother,
or some other member of the ht.use-
hold, dyspoptic, nervous and irritable. There are thousands of oases
where the proof is absolutely undeniable.    Here is one.
Mrs. C. K. Larzelero, Antigo, Wis.,
says, "1 was taught to drink coffee at
an early age, and also at an early age
I became a victim to headaches, and
as I gpttfr to womanhood these bead-
aohes became, a part of me, as I was
scarcely ever free from one.
About live years ago a friend urged
me to try Postum Food Coffee. I made
the trial and the result was bo satisfactory that we have used it ever
My husband and little daughter
were subject to bilious attaoks, but
they have bath ueen.entirely free from
them since we .began using Postum
instead of coffee., 1 no longer have
any headaches and my health la perfect.
If some of these nervous, - tired,
irritable women would only leave off
foffee absolutely and try Postum Food
Collee, they would find a wonderful
change in their life. It would then be
filled with sunshine and happiness
rather than weariness and discontent.
And think what an effect it would
have on the family, for tho mood of
the mother is largely responsible for
the temper of the children."
W. A. Jowelt is linen in Nelson
after an absence of two years in the
Old Country. He spent the major portion of tho time while sway In and
about London, but made jour eys to
Paris, llerlin and other places ou tie
continent, and hns come hack for an
extended stay.
Uo says that on account of ihe manipulations of WhltaHer Wright and
others and the losses occasion od to
British public through their investments lieru the province is in disfavor
and It is next to impossible to secure
a favorable hearing for any B. C.
mining proposition. Hon. ,1. H. Turner, tho agent-general for llritish
Columbia in London, bus opc.ied an
office in tlie Salisbury House, I'ins-
bury's Circus, which is within five
minutes' walk of tho Bunk of England, and in a favorable location.
The offices of the Lo Roi and other
British Columbia enterprises are situated in the same building. Mr. .lowett
had several conversations with Mr.
Turner during which he expressed the
opinion that he would bo able to do
good wcrk for llritish Columbia, .but
ho thought it would take some time
un 1 consideiablc hard work to turn
the tide of British sentiment in favor
of the province. Recently the agenls-
gcncral of all of the colonies approached the directors of the Royal
Exchange, whose building is opposite
to the Rank of England, for the purpose of inducing tbem to allow an exhibition of colonial products tu.be
placed therein. This institution has
never boen used but by Llo>ds and
other leading underwriters and financial institutions. Sentiment was so
universally in favor of tbe colonies
for their patriotism and for the httlp
they are affording the Empire during
tlio war that the request was granted
anil an exhibition is to be held there.
The exhibit from British Columbia
which has been at the Paris and
Glasgow exhibitions is to be used to
form the nucleus for the exhibition
hero. Mr. Turner would bo greatly
pleased if all infrcsted would supple
ment this display as much as possible.
The display, located, as it is,in what
is the financial heart of the city,
should do much in the way of attracting the attention of capital to tbis
As far as the war is concerned, Mr.
Jowett said, tho minds of the British
people is firmly made up and the determination is that nothing but unconditional surrender will satisfy
them. They have got to the point
that they feel that it should soon be
brought to a close, but at the same
time they fully realise the difficulties
and are prepared to pay tlie necessary
cost, and to wait for a considerable
period, if needs be.
While at home Mr. Jowett represented the Nelson Board of Trado at
tbe sessions of the International
Chamber of Commerce. Thc meeting
was held in Londou in June of last
year and there were over 600 delegates
from all parts of tbe world in attendance. Canada was very strongly represented. The various meeiings were
addressed by some of the most eminent
business men in London. Lord Camborne, Mr. Ritchie, president of tlie
looal government board, Lord Avn-
bury, Lord Strathcona auo other
prominent men were among the
Mr. Jowett says he is glad to be
baok among his Nelaon-friends and to
see the large number of improvements
that have been made. The number of
residences tbat havo been erected since
ho left for England, he says, is sur
AdvertlHementu inserted uuder tuln head at
tho rate of ono cont a word per insertion. No
advert! Homont taken for less than 25 cents.
Situation Wanted advertisements Inserted
throo timet) free of oharse.
FLAT for rent  over   Lester's   grocery
store on Water street   (opposite hos- j
pilall.    Three bright,   pleasant rooms
and complete bath room,   hot and cold
water,    tr'is    range,   t-to.      Rent   very
low.    Apply to E. 1). Mcller.nld.
Wo uno special care in purchasing iK'rtumesand
only tho best Is secured, A drop of our perfumes
Is equal to tho scent of a bouquet of flowers. All
lovers of good extracts will appreciate our judgment ami discrimination. Any quantity iruiu a
half ounco to a pound.
P It 1V A T B.    room b   nnd    boa nl,    1! i i rd
ho uno   west   of   Ward on   Victoria;
rooms warm and comfortable.
KUKNIHUKD room to root on Victoria
street.    W., IUUheiforil.
PIANO for   rent,   cheap, apply Post-
office Hox 87.
We have in stock a large line of
Prnct k*inrr Chamois Vests for Men and
i luai iviiig Uoys, made of chamois lined
with flannel.
Drncf niiDAn Chamois Vests for Women
rrUSl Vucc" aud(Jirl8,madeofohamois
covered with French flamiul.
If you want to make a Xmas gift that will be a
source of comfort, pleasure, and u guard to health,
these are the proper things.   Price, $3.00,
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Lid.
������ IS  THE ���
Leading Scotch   Whisky
R. P* Rithet & Co*, Limited
A* 33*  GRAY tepiSentaL
P. O. Box 621       -       Nelson
After this dnte will be under the
management of J. W. Tramill who
has purchased, a half interest in the
business with J. P. Foreslell. The
kitchen will be in charge o!,lhe latter
nd again the union cards are in
FOR     BALE.-One     heavy    draught
team, apply to .1. A. Hayward
NICELY Furnished   moms   tor   rent.
Apply    to    Mrs.   MoBeatta,   $8    a
FIRST   CLASS   room   and   board   in
private   family,   reasonable   terins.
Apply   nn   tillioa st-eet,   second   door
west of Ward.
ROOMS and HOARD.���Every convenience ;   south east   corner of   Carbonate and Josephine street.
Applv   to   Mrs If, J. Squires, Room
40, K. W. 0. block.
3. H. LOVE,
Nelson Employment Agency,
P. 0. Box 4(i!i. Fhone 278.
Wanted���Miners.     Girl   for   housework.    Waitress.    Chambermaid.
WANTED���Immediately, young man
(single) for bookkeeper and general
oflice work, must be strictly temperate, steady, industrious and ol good
addie's; send copies of past references,
with experiences, state salary required ; a good permanent position
for the right man, none bnt capable
persons need reply. Apply in own
handwriting to Box No. 10, Kaslo,
B. C.
WANTED.���Men and  women   wanted
to work   at   home.       (lood   wages.
Write    Glasgow     Woollen    company,
Dept. C, Toronto
WANTED���Pupils for Piano or Organ,
by Mrs. Starmer Smith, address residence or P. O. Box 137.
WANTED,--A     reliable     nurse-maid
apply   between   10   and   12 a. m   to
Mrs. D. R. Young, Silica street, opposite Methodist church.
HELP of all kinds wanted and
furnished. Western Canadian Employment Agency. Large warehouse
ior 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 & Oo.
Money to Loan at 8 per oent.
Insurance Real Estate
FOR RENT.- Office Baiter   st,?15.5-
room   cottage,   $15;   7-room bouse,
Stanley   at,, %_0\ 7-room house, Front
st., $:y,l; 4 and 5-room houses.
FOR SAIE-2 lots,   ObservBtory   st,
$450; 5-room cottage,   $1050; 7-ruom
honse, 82100.
Money to Loan at 8 per cent.
"I "* J. KlMihi.tTSON Be CO.���Nuxl dour to
J-', ilui iii' w I'u,; Olllco iluildiiiK. V union
M,, Ni'.I-.um.   Pa^wionulfiH. Nishi 'j'imn.- 907,
Xl       Nt  M. CuiUluilM,   J*ii intiU     ].\- 1}    knuWJ
viu'ici.y uf auft tlriokb.   1' O liiut S_.   J'uiuphou
Nu. ;n. IJ-juvor *i.iti'I��� iV'i.-uii.    Uull >��� ... mi  Mi
f.uiKnii. HU l.ct'ii Hut Hprhitfh .Mint...i WitUir
MACDONALD Be Ca-Coriiur Kron
_^_. tmti JJttU CWooM���Wholesalo groooi
and jobburH iu blanket..., glovu-*;, milt*, boulr-
rubburti, imu.ikiuHv.-i. uud luiiilth' juiulri'iH.
1_>   BURNS & Co.-Uakor rilruul, NttUon-
.  ���    W'huluHalo duulertt in   trut-b u d euro*
meat*.   I'dlil UiuraKti-
iiaktii' Bu'uoU NoIbuu��� Who.tiHUslo dou
era Id tra-'n and cured menu.
J direct. Nelsou ��� Wholesalo dBaUus ii
hardware, minora' r-mpyUuu, HuortWK Koodn
M'LACHLAN BROS. (HuccetiRorH to Van
fiouvor Hardware Co, Ltd.; Baker Strem
jii V\ hulcHulo dealers lu hardware and
mining supplies, plumbers' aud Uusimtbb' ��Ui>
J_\ paints, oils and kI;*hs; u.eohamaH t-ool*
Agonts foi Ontario Powder Works; lynamiLe
rnURNKR, BKETON & Co.-Cornor Vernoi
X and Josephlno Streets. NoIhoii���WfaCJQ
sale dealers in liquors, cigars, and dry good-
Agontu for Pabst Brewing Co. or Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Co. ol Calgary.
UDSON'8 BAY Oo.-Wholoaato groourlc
and liquors etc., Baker Street, Nelson.
Office oorner Hall and Front Streets
Nelson���Lumber, ocUing, flooring, and everything in wood for building purposes. Get oui
prices.   Correspondence solicited.
J     A.   M'DONALD,   wiiole-nto   and retail
���   Confectioner,   Tho largest s.ock of Con
foctlonery in lho KooUmsys.
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
469 nelson b c
NELSON LODOB    No. 23, A. K. &
M. meets second Wedaosaay tn
moatu,   Visiting brethorn welcome
L O. O. F. Kootenay Lodge
No. 16, meets evory Monday night.
at their  HaU, Kootentiy street
Sojourning Odd Fellows oordlally invltod.
John A. MoHna.N.0.   U. W. Rutherford, V.G
Frod J. Squiro, Per. Sec.
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter No. 123, G. K. C
Meet* third Wednesday, sojourning compan
ions invited. George Johnstone. /.. " w
Matthews, ti. K.
K. VV.
First class butter, Maple Syrup and
Cream Always on Uunil.
Try The Delmonico
The Waverley Hotel
Rates $1.00 to $1.50 per day. First
;;luss Meals, 25c. Next door to Opera
House. 1\ O. Mox aiO. Telephone 147.
Victoria St., NeUon.
New York
via Soo Line,
San Francisco
HI Paul,Chioago
and all U. S. points.
Queens���J Thompson, T iones, Koss-
Ian ill E Livingstone,Kobson; _ Lind,
Ymir; P Chapman, Winnipeg.
Hume���Mrs G Coijklin, Winnipeg;
Scott Conklin, Trail; Miss Dalby,
Sandon; C Bemy, Frank; J U Bender-
eon, Orand Forks.  ,,
Orand Central ��� TJExelgonson,
Lardo; J Coffee, Seattle; A McDonald, Lardeau fcM L Peterson, Lardo;
W J Gallagher, Kobson; C Hagarty,
Mrs Mcintosh, Kamloops; F Crone,
K H Lawrence, Ymir; W Pettigrew,
Phair-V H Smith, Lardo; W J
Nelson, II M Ellis, II P Benwick, T
I! Lewis, J T Jordan, Mr apd Mrs
T Ii Linton and child, Mr and Mrs li
H Hughes, ivirs .1 M Fitzpatrick, Miss
Renwick. Confivion Company, Rossland; J W Stewart, P Welch, J Rigby,
Spokane;    II   Roy,    Rossland;   Miss
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Cor. Kootenay & Victoria Sts. Nelson
P. O. Box 145 Telephone 283
and try a bottle,- a dozen, or a barrel of
CALGARY  BEER  as lt Is the best and
cheapest   on   the   market.    Also  try  our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIQARS.
Telcnhono !CI Baker  t. Ne
Kootenay Street, Next Oddfellows' Ha
P. O. Box 633.
Tourist Sleeper Service
C* A CT      Lv Revelstoke Wed-
LAo 1 pte Friday Hnd
Lv. Dunmore Jet. Monday, Thursday and Saturday.
Lv. Kootenny Ldg Friday, St- Paul,
Toronto, Montreal and Boston
Bnd   Saturday,  Vancouver, Seattle, floast
!\meot�� in lv. of P. hall, Odafellows block
everyTuosday eveniiiK at 8 o'clook.
rJAtl visiting knights cordially  invite
Wm. Ibvink, O.C.
A. T. 1'ah.k, _. ot K. and B.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
* __&
Eranch. Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson. Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Order* bv mall to ��p�� branch will have cnretiil and wam-!i attentjota.
���^ i*> i*i i*> ifc* ifc *4; i*/ W; t*/ i^> it^i il> S xii <*> ^v i*' ��*> i*i <*' *���/ U< Wat/ tii <16.-
dfe It  will pay you to c.ill and inspect our stock ol S-
%  Crockery.   Glassware,   Fine  China, \.
jf Lamps, Etc., Etc., ��
Wc have :i very Choice line ol Christmas   Goods,
i MTarland&BroGkman i
-sv 'f v /f \ f t!i r�� ���* '?^ ^i '*> '^ 'f" ^^ '^ '^ * ^ 'f * '*x '*' '^ "f ^ '** '^f ?^ '$��f^ '^ '^ ^
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Taid up   Capital,   18,000,0001    Reserve   Fund,   82,000,000;
Atfffregate   Uesourecs Ovor 80S,000,000.
HON. GKO. A. UOX, I'lesident.       B. E. WALKER, HenorHl MmiaKer.
Lopdon Office: 60 Lombard Street, E. C.
New York office; 16 Exchange Place.
And 08 branches; iu (.'uiuula and tno c/nittMl titateu, lnoludlngl
Atlin Ghkbnwood Nklson Banuon
Kkknik Nanaimo Hokhlanu Victohia
YUKON liISTHI'JT���Dawbon and Wiiitk Uouhk.
11N1TK1) BTATKS���Nkw Yokk. San Kkanuihco, .Skattle, Poktlamu, Skaqway,
Savings Bank Department.
Ilrvoslts Kcceivod and IntercRt Allowed.   Present Bate 3 Per Cent
I  Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
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   wesi
C.P.R   offices.
Brewers of Fine Laper
���Beor and Poiter.
Nelson Enca pment No. 7. MocU uvory 2od
and 4th Friday of each mom h, in udd FuIIowh
Hall, oornor Bakor and Kootenay streotft,
Nelaon. A. H. ClemenUt, G. P.; i>. McArtbut'
R. B.   VlBitiiiK brothers always woIivhmp,
Certilicate of improvements
Copper King Mineral Olnltn, gitnate
in tlio Nelson Mining Diviuicni ol West
Kootenny DUtriflt.
Where looated! Ou Craig Mountain,
near Craigtown.
Take notice  tliivt  I, J. D.  Anderson,
P,   L.   S.,  of   Trail,   B.   0��� ogeut for
Mia. Katio D. Green, F,  M.  C. No.
B65672, and Joe Bernard, Esq.,   Free j
Minei'n Certificate No. Bfi0846, intend,!
sixty days   from   the d��to hereof,   to,
apply to the Milling Recorder for a Oei-- ]
tilicate of lmpioveuieuts',  for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claim.
Aud further take notice that notion,
under Beetiou '.il, must be commenced
before the istuauce of such Certificate
ol linpi'oveiiierl.s.
Dated this lf>th day of Novemlier,
A   1). 11)01. I   O. ANOEUBON.
Certificate of Improvements
Pnilepin Mineral claim, situate iu
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located    On Porcupine Creek,
1AKE NOIIOB that 1 Theodore
Beauobamp, acting as agent i f Frank
Desituluier, free Miner's certlfloateNo.
B48S40, and E. 8. Lnrsen. F. M. O,
B43ST1 intend, sixty days (ton the
date hereof, to apply to tfce Milling
Kecorder for a ceitdlcafe of imr tove-
nitiits for tho purpose of obtaiuiug ti
Crown Grant of tbe above claim.
Aud further take notice that action,
under section 37, nnibt he oommenced
before the issuance of such certificate
of improvements.
Dated this 8th day of November
NKLSON L. O. L. No. 1602 inrasts in Fra-
ternity Hall on first and third Friday evuaing^
of each month at 8 o'clock. Visiting member
oordlally Invited, W. W. Bradley. W. K.
A, Mlnty, li. 8.
NELSON AERIE No. 82, F. (��. K., meeti
every second and fourth WednoHdays of eaet
month. Visiting members cordially tnvlt
Charles Prossor. Hwirotary.
Kootenay Tent No. 7. K. O. T. M��� hold thoii
regular muetinKS ln Fraternity Ilnll, 1. (1. (1. F.
blook, on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays, of eacl
u.onth. Visiting brethren cordially Invited tc
attend. G. A. Brown, lt. K.; A. P. Purdy, Com.
It. J.Steel, D.8. C.
1st and 3rd WodnoHday evenings os
eaoh month at Fiaternity nail
oorner of Baker and isCootona)
streets. Visiting brethorn oordlally invltod.
KnwAius Maci.kod. aecretarv.
Meetings 1th Thursday of month. Fraterna
hall, J A Irvlli C R.   P. >t. KlominK. It.H
VANCOUVER to Alaska, Hawaii,
Obion, Japan, Australia,
Through bookings to Europe, via At-
lantio lane
Prepaid tickets from all points at
lowest rates
For berths, time tables, rates and foil
information apply to.
J. S. Oartbb,
Dis. Pass. Agt.
A. G. P. A.
Are you in want? If you are, tel.
lhe people, through The Miner want
column, what yen are l�� want of
You'll get it.
Nelson Court Star of Kootonay, A. O. r,
Meots 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in overy
month. Visiting brethren welcome. \V. Mao
       ~   ������    Fi"       	
IMUIltll,       f imiauK    .-ivu    ....... .
Miliar C. K    I'olwt, M<iir��od ��oc
J* 0. GWILLIM, fi., Sc,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Strc 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.
Certificates of Improvements
Jupiter, Katie D. Green, Ingorsoll,
Last Clonics.! Hainiltou and L siuion
Fraction Mineral Clair-..,., situate in the
Nelson Mining Divisiou of West Coot-
euay District.
Where located���tin Jupiter Mountain,
near Craigt iwn.
TAKK NOTICK that I,.T. D. Anderson, P. L.H , of Trail, B.C. agent for the
Katie D. Green (Juld Mining and Development Company. Limited, Non-
Petaooal, Liability, F.M.O. No. BBWIiS,
intend, Bixty days from the date hereof,
to apply to lhe Mining Recorder for certificates of Improvements, foe the pur-
pose (if obtaining Crown Giants uf the
ubove cluiuiH-
And further take notice thnt notion,
under section .17, must ba commenced
before the issuance of such cerliticutus
ol improvements
Dated this loth day of No**enilier,
A.D, 11)01. .). D. ANDERSON.
Certificates oi Improvements
Homestake and Huliacs Mineral
Claims, situate in the Nelson Mining
Division of West Kootenay Dislrict.
Where li cated : On the west side of
the .Mm tli Fork of iSalmon river, near
Take notico that I, J. D. AudTson
P. L. 8., of Trail, B. O., ngent for The
Copper Farm Gold Mining and Development Company, Limited, Non-
PeiHonal Liability, Free Miner's
Ceitiflcate No. BollToH, 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.
Aud further ts.ko Dolice that aotion.
under section 117, must l��- commenced
In fore the issuance of such UerliflcaU s
of Improvements.
Dated this loth dny of November,
A.D.ll��I. J. D. ANDERSON.
Certificate of Improvements
Li-ndor Mineral Claim, situate in the
Nelson Miuinv Division of West Koot-
euny District.
Where locates! On the north bank of
Wild Horse Greek about 0 niilts from
the Salmon River.
TAKE NOTICE, thnt I, Kenneth L.
Burnet, agent lor William Blair, P. M.
C. No. 51,920, W, H. Danhy (assignee
for.I. A. Banott) F. M. C. No. B66I13,
Charles K. Desrosiors', F. M. C. No.
BB1��27, Ferdinand Morin, F. M. C.
No. H.r>5M4anrt .loseyh l'itre, F. M. C.
No. B51918, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to upply to the Mining Kecorder for n certilicate of improvements
for the purpose of obtaiuiug a Crown
Grant of tbe above claim.
And further take notice tbat action,
under section 117, must bo oommenced
before the issuance of such certilicate of
Dated this 21st day of Novemlier, A.D
Certificates of Improvements
Golden Crown, Golden Eagle, Golden Cap. Union Jack, Creston, American Flag. Amerioan Flag I r., Union
Jack Fr., (Hay, X-Kay, X-Kay Fr.,
Maple Leaf, Kennsake. Rhodesia,
Snow Cap, Ln Grauilc, Cracker Jack,
Cracker Jack Fr., Cynic, Cynic Fr.,
Cymric, Dakota, Idaho, Atlantic, Pn-
oiflo, Old Glory, Morning Glory, Rattler, Rambler, Agnes, Emperor, Emerald, Emerald Fr., Czar, Czar Fr., Canada, Toronto, Montreal, Montreal Fr.,
Scotlrfnd. Scotland Fr., Osborne, Ores
ton Fr. Mineral Claims situated in tho
Goat River Mining Division of West
Kootenny District
Where located���Between Goat River
and Arrow Greek.
Take Notice that I, A. R. Heylaud.
acting as agent for T. G. Sbauglinessy,
F. M. C. B88701, E, B. Osier, F. M. C.
B88708, R. B. Angus, F. M. C. B88i02
O. P. Hill, F. M. C. B88088, inteud,
sixty days fiom the dste hereof lo
apply to the Mining Recorder lor onr-
tilicateH of Improvements for tbe purpose of obtaining Grown Grants of the
above claims.
Aud further take notico that rction,
under section 37, must he commenced
before the issuance ot such certificates of
Dated this UUli day of December,
100J. A. R. HFYLAND Nbuon Daily Miner Saw-bow, January 4, 19, a
THANK*   TO     We desire to thank
THE UOOO     vou     all     for     tin
PUBLIC        hearty  support   you
have given us during the present   season.      We appreciate the many kindly
expressions that have been extended to
It   is   gratifying   to know that   our
effort to improve tlie old   store  meets
with   your   approval.      Wc   shall endeavor    to   retain   your gootl   feelini'
towards us duiirg tile Cuming year by
tilling your wants both ns to merchandise and price and tlic more frequently
you use nur store the sooner you   will
be convinced of these facts.
Wc   wish   you   all   a   Happy   and
Prosperous New Year.
Show P.oom for Mason .V Uiseh pianos
A daughter was born to the wife of
Constable Allan Forrester, of Itobson,
The customs collections for tlie yoar
ending December .'list, 1001, at the
p���rt of Nelson were $188,808.10.
B. C. Riblet, contractor for the
Silver Hill mine tramway, nnd II.
Uoy went up to thc mine yesterday.
John McKune leaves today for the
I.avinn mine on Duncan river. Ore is
being rawhiilcd from the mine down
to the lake shtrc.
Percy   Chapman,   manager   for   A.
McDonald and Co., returned last even*I
ing from a trip to Winnipeg which he I
has not visited for six years,
J. Elliott left last night for Victoria, and S, S, Talyor leaves today to
attend the sitting of the Supreme
court. They will be away about a
The Indies nf the W. C. T. II. will
meet in the class room of the Methodist church on tbe afternoon of Monday next, January Oth, at the usual
J. Johnson, wbo has been running a
timber camp up the lake, was brought
to Nelson yesterday for medical treatment, a falling limb having give him
nn ugly gash on the head.
The unseasonable weather being experience at the present lime is a great
disappointment to the curling, hockey
and skating enthusiasts, all uf whom
were looking forward to a very lively
The following are the Inland Revenue collections fur December, 1(101:
Spirits, 82,115.68; malt, $253.50;
tobacco. $52.50; raw leaf tobacco,
872.60; cigars, $283.80, Total,
J. Newman, who had bis skull
fraettirs'tl at Robs m on Thursday by
falling from a ear. has improved considerably since he was taken tn the
hospital, but is still in a semi-conscious   state.
Rev. Mr. Frew has signified his
intention of not returning to Nelson
at present, as his health has not improved as he thought it had. Bev,
Dr. Wright has returned tu Nelson and
will remain a month at least.
A peculiar thing about the customs
returns for the past three months is
thnt the importation of general goods
bas increased considerably while thc
amount of liquors li-onght into the
city during the same period show a
murks.i decrease.
The Kokanee yesterday brought
down a carload of ore from the Molly
Gibson lor the Hall Mines smelter.
The bad statn of the roads at present
make it necessary for the ore to be
hauled the last few miles to the landing on wagons, sleighs being used
n hove.
Pastor Morgan win, hns been con
fined to bis home for over n week
part, hopes to be sufficiently strong tu
take his services in the Baptist church
tomorrow. In this case his. subject's
will be those announced for last .Sun-
flav, namely. Forward Ht tbe morning
service, and Numbering Our Days, fur
the evening.    Everybody Welcome.
Tomorrow at Emmanuel church
Jlev. Wm. Monroe will preach bith
morning nnd evening. At (he morning serivce the subject of the sermon
will bu Following Chritf. ami lhe
sacrament of Ihe Lord's supper will
be observed. The subject of the sermon for the evening will be New Year
The ladies of Emmanuel church
vill meet on Tuesday afternoon at the
lome uf Mrs. Cameron, corner of Lake
intl Park streets. All friends an
nvited to be with them and enlny u
.ucial hour. Mis Cameron, the hostess, will serve refreshments.
At the record office yesterday J. Mc-
tae transferred a onu-half interest in
his one-third interest, in a half iuter-
st in the Summit, Sydney, Oroat
Divide, Viotoria, Region and Hard-
���Orabhlo mineral claims, known as
he Summit Kroup, near Summit station on the N. and F. S. railway, to
\ngiis G. Shaw, consideration noiui-
Qll, ,1. J. DrilSOll transferred an
Undivided interest in tlie Looks.nt mineral claim to ,1. McRae. consideration
nuniinal: P. Bonnet transferred an
undivided interest in the VettS Tiler
'.���laiin lo A. Goyctte, eonsiileration
nouMial. and also an undivided interest in the Napoleon Bonaparte claim,
consideration nominal,
G.    M.    Reefer and   M.   Monngban.
who are working the Little Joe claim,
which   adjutns   the   May and   Jinnie
nunc, tuuk down a   quantity   of  sup-
plies yesterday preparatory to recommencing work on the tunnel that they
aie engaged in driving.     They   state
that   the   property    is   looking   very
good.     A   crosscut   tunnel   is   being
driven and has penetrated the lead   20
feet without reaching the farther wall
and   they   calculated that the lead   is
about   45   feet wide from the   surface
indications   together   with the results
achieved so far.      The ure carries   $10
in   gold   values   and also some native
copper.     It   is  the   intention   of the
owners to   complete   the  crosscntting
before closing  down for   the   winter.
fn the spring they with a   number  of
other   prospectors from this   vicinity,
intend to try tlieir luck at the   Horse-
tly placers,
should look
like this,
but If you have
the GERM
destroys and withers It like this.
"Destroy the cause
you remove the
No Dandruff, no
rilling Hair, ne
Baldness, II you
Por sale by all druggists. Price $1.   a,
Big watch sale
See Our Window
Twenty-five per cent discount,   the
best value ever offered.
Patenaude Bros.
fire. $10,115 ; total   insurance.
Loss over Insurance, $8,1165,
Rossland, Jan. 3.���The filth annual
banquet of Rossland -Typographical
Union No. 8KB was held at the Kootenay Hotel Thursday evening. The
president uf the uninn. Mogan O'Con-
nell, occupied the ohair and II. W. C.
Jackson was one of the Invited guests.
The dinner wns served in the Koote-
nsy's best style and the songs and
speeches uf the evening were all well
tendered and well received.
Notice to Our Customers
With each purchase from $10 to $25   one
handsome   Oil   Painting.    Over   $25   a
large Oil Painting.
This Is for One Week Only.
S   Cor. Stanley & Baker
Nelson, B. C.
A. R. H EY LAN D�� i Q��noentratg?For Sale 0heaP
KASLO.  B.  C.
I Mineral il��fc���� and mines suiveyed.
The plant now contained in the
buildings ��t Thunder Hill, Upper
Columbia lake, consisting of oue SO
ton concentrator, complete, with
engine, boilers, etc. For further particulars aply to AS. INNIH, Victoria.
A fine line of Imported and llomes-
tic Cigars, Peterson's Patent Pipes,
Lowe and B. li. B. goods���at Thiir-
*  Men in general and ���
women in particular *
enjoy a toothsome 5
nourishing   break- *
fast   food   and   they ���
' *
find il when *
they try X
j Grape-Nuts j
Thc rumor was prevalent yesterday
that Dr. Lallan had retired from the
contest for the mayoralty. Interviewed at a late hour last night, lie stated
that such was not the case, and that
he was in the oontcst to stay till thc
Frank Provost came In from the
Black Hussar, on the first north fori.
of Lemon creek on New Year's day,
says tho Slocan Drill. lie and .1.
liadclilr, the owners, have been putting their camp into shape for active
work. Tbey have suit up supplies
land intend to do considerable development. Thc main work will be coned fin the crosscut being run to tap
the lead, which cut will open up a
large amoui.t of stuping territory.
The property has excellent outcrop-
pings of ore, chiefly galena, and it is
looked upon as a shipping proposition
It Was Finely Presented by   the Rossland Amateurs.
Lait evening nt the Nelson opera
house the com'dy '"Confusion" whs
presented before a good sized audience. The presentation was an artistic one and reflected credit on the
people who produced it. The play
abounds in whluisioil and ludricrous
situations which arc built up around
the misconceptions Which arise over
the ownershin of a baby. In the
Hands of a skilled playwright, like
(he one who wrote ''Confusion," it is
wonderful how many laughable
scenes, incidents anil sensational cli
tnaxes can be matle. The members of
tbe company have the true spirit of
comedy and brought out all the lights
ana shallows, the mirth nnd the pathos
wiib mure ihan ordinary fidelity and
the result was a very satisfactory per-
formaise, for amateurs, and one which
was somewhat better than those often
given hy somo prolessional companies.
A word as to the personnel of the
company, Jackson ltigv,y as Mortimer
Mumhli-ford, bad rather a difficult
role,that of a husband who thought he
had been wronged, to play,and he did
it full justice. Mrs. J.M. Kitzpatrick
gave a graceful and correct enaction
to the character of Boso Mombleford.
li. II. Hughes brought out the comedy
elements in Christopher Blizzard with
the ease of a veteran on the boards.
Mrs T.^Il. Linton played the whimsical old maid character of Miss Lucre-
tin, Tick ley true to life. Harold M.
Sills, who was cast as Rupert Snn-
burv. a iludish Britisher, had a part
lhat suited him well anil there were
times when he certainly held to advantage the centre uf the static. He
Would innke a success as a professional. Miss Lillian Renwick was
sympathetic, graceful and artistic as
Violet, W. .1. Nelson gave an urnale
rendition to tne part of llr. Bartholomew Jones, and wns hcnitily received
when lie fir t mafic his appearance.
Thomas Lewis was senn to advantage
ns the policeman in plain clothes.
Paul Renwick gave a creditable enaction tn James, the servant, and the
father of the baby that caused so much
trouble, Mrs. B. H. Hughes won
applause as Jane, nnd her coon and
other songs and in the duet with Mr.
Bills, were well received.
Rosslsnd, Jan. 3. ���In liis annual
report to the city council for the year.
Chief (Inthrie states that dm ing the
past year there have been 88 alarms of
fire as follows: Box alarms 0.1. telephone alarms 5, still alarms n.
Cause���Stovepipes 10, chimneys 0,
lamp cs;ilosiou 1. gasoline 1, candles
-', electric light wires 2, stoves 3,
ashes 1, cigars ), locomotive 1, unknown 3, suspicions 3.    Total loss by
In response to the numerous r;qucsts
from property owners, and ratepayers,
I offer myself as a candidate for
Mayor of lhe City of Nelson, at the
approaching Municipal Ele tion.
Very respectfully,
Jan. 2nd, 1900.
Rome. Jan. 3.-The Gioruale di
Italia of today publishes au interview
witli M. DeloaBSe,the Frctioh Minister
of Foreign Affairs in which he refers
to the friendly relations of Fiance
with the United Stales and (Ireat
Britain. lie .-ays: These nre our
best markets anil we welcome the
riches of America w'l.ich has need ol
our articles of luxury, With regard
to the American invasion, M. Dclcasse
said the be<t course is to seek to copy
American systems.
Corporation, of tbe Oity of
ore Home Knitters Wanted
Paris, Jan. 3.���The Courier flu Soir
publishes a leport this evening to the
effect that the United Slates is preparing tile way for intervention by tile
powers in South Africa.
children   aro   tortured   with
burning  eczema,
itching    and
uther   skin   diseases
Arnica   naive     heal
xpt-ls inflammation,
hut Buoklcn's
the raw sore*,
leaves the   skin
without a sear. Clean, .fragrant
cheap, there's no salve on earth in
good. Try it. (Jure guaranteed. Only
05c at Canada Drug and Book Co.
First Grand Carnival
OF 1902
Tuesday Ev'g, Jan. 7th,
Wile the May Pole. Skaters in Costume
Prizes Given as Follows :
Laly's nnd   dent's   First Prize���Most
Original Costume
Lady'S   and   dent's   Flr-t Prize���Best
Ska tor.
Lady's and dent's First Prize-Fancy
Lady's and dent's First Prize���Oomic
Girl's   and   Boy's   First   Prize���Best
Uirl'fl   and Boy's   First sVri.'c���Fancy
Girl's   and   Hoy's   First   Prize���Most
Original Costume.
General Admission 50 oents.  Skaters
ln Costume 25 Cents.
Hot ColTce nnd Lake will   be   served
Permanent Cure for Oatarrh,  That Is What a
Well-known Toronto Gentleman Says
A html Japanese Catarrh Cure.
Mr. John Hlo-in, 7S McOill nt., Toronto.
which: "i have Imtl oatarrh hi the mot die*
agreeable form fur roam: have at, times gut,
remedies which would relievo mo, hut tmilung
in euro mo c.mipletulj-, until I tried Juptriosu
Catarrh Cure. From Ilia very llrst it gtivo mo
iiiiir.h relief, ami every day's nso snowed a
inarVod improvement. I usi-d In all sin boxes*,
uiifl it has completely onred mo. lt cortainly
doe. all claimed for fl, which I cannot way for
scores of othorromodlestrl'd. and I feolltmy
duly tu at'est. my eppreclallon of anything ho
WO' I hy. All druggis,) s, pri'-o .r>0 coals, or mallsiil
In III 'Crillll lis. ami Miii'phci'iiOll Co.,  l.llnl ill,
1011'hiir h stroot. Toronto,
ror wlebr ->->' VsnstpnrNolwn.B.  C.
Public nntice is hereby given to the
electors of the Municipality of the
City ot Nelson that 1 require the pics-
ence of. the said Electors in the
Council ..Chamber at tne City office on
Joseohine street in the City of Nelson,
on Monday the 13th day of January,
1002, at 10 o'clock noon, li r the purpose of electing persons to represent
them in tlie Municipal Council as
Mayor and Aldermen and for the further purpose of electing persons to
represent them in the Hoard of School
Trustees for the City of   Nelson.
The nomination of candidates shall
be aB follows: The candidates shaii he
nominated in writing, 'lhe writ ng
shall be subscribed liy two voters of
the Municipality as proposer nnd
seoondei and shall be delivered to the
returning' officer at any time between
the date of thc notice and 2 p. in. of
the day of the nomination and in the
event of a poll being necessary, such
poll will be opened on Ihe 10th day of
January, 11103, between ths hours of 8
o'clock a.m. and 4 p. in., for the East
Ward at the City office on the East
side of Josephine Street, between
Victoria and Maker streets and for the
West Ward at the otlice of VVard
Hrothers, on the North side of Baker
street between Stanley and Kootenay
streets, of which every person is
hereby required to take notice and
govern himself accordingly.
The persons qualified to be nominated for and elected as Mayor, shall
be snob persons as are male llritish
subjects, of the full age of twenty-one
(21) years and who are not disqualified under any law and who have
been lor the six (0) mouths next preceding thc day of Humiliation, the
registered owner in the Land Jierjistry
otlice, of land or real property in the
City of Nelson, of the assessed value
on the last Municipal Assessment roll
of $1,000,00 or more, ovei and above
any registered encumbrance or charge
and who are otherwise duly qualified
as Municipal voters.
The persons qualified to be nominated
fur and elected as Aldermen of lhe City
of Kelson, shall lie such persons as are
male llritish subjects of the full age
of twenty-one (2i) years and who aie
not disqualified under any law and
who have been for the six (It) months
next preceding the day of nomination,
the registered owner in tlie Land
Iteuistry office of land or real property
In the City ol Nelson, of the assessed
value on the last Municipal Assessment roll ol (SOU.Of) or more, over and
aoove any registered encumbrance or
charge and who are otherwise quali
tied as Municipal voters.
The persons qualified to be nomi
nated for and elected as School
Trustees of the City of Nelson, aie
such persons as are householders in
the School District of the ''ity of
Nelson, who ure British subjects of
the full age of twenty-one (21)
years and who are qualified by lhe
Public Schools Act to vote at an election of Sicnool Trustees in tho School
restrict of thc City of Nelson.
Given under my hand at  Nelson, B.
C, the 3rd day of January, 11102.
Returning Officer.
To Work at Their Homes
Under the Direction of A
To Fill Large Contraote- Good Wages
Easily Earned.
We want a few more workers In this
locality, at onoe, and In order to seoure
your co-operation without the delay of
correspondence, we herewith explain
our full plan In this advertisement.
The work Is simple, and the Machine
Is easily operated, and with the Guide,
requires no toaoher. If you wish to
join our staff of Workers let us hear
promptly with the Contraot, order form
mlttanoe, as a guarantee, and we
maohlne and outfit to begin work at
Maohlne weighs 17 pounds. It la mora wonderful than a sowing maohlno, Juot
as durable, and higher epeod.
We wish to secure the services of families to do knitting
for us In their homes. Our method Is the same as adopted
ln England. We are the introducers of this plan and the
largest   knitting   concern  in  Canada.
Alter long experience, we have been able to produce an
Automatic Machine by which all kinds of Rcamless knlt-
tlng Is now done by our Family Machine, thereby enabling
anvone of ordinary Intelligence to quickly learn to do the
work from tho Instruction Guide. All we require Is that
vou use the machine according to directions. The Machine
iielng made expressly for this purpose, and the operation
so  simple,   lt  cannot possibly make a mistake In its work.
The great demand now Is for Bicycle Stockings, Woodmen's Socks, and Motormen's Mittens, and as we are unable to supply the demand, have taken this method of advertising  for  more help. ... .   _
Thc large export trade to the North-west Territories.
BritiBh Columbia, and the British Colonies, furnishes an unlimited demand for our goods, and, with the combined cooperation of the many families we are employing, together
with the large amount of knitting we are able to turn out,
by which we save rents, insurance, Interest on capital, etc..
enables ur to undersell any manufacturers of this class of
goods, and we have sale for all the knitting we can have
turned out.
The price we pay for finished bicycle stockings Is $10.00
per hundred, or at the rate of 10c per pair; woodmen's
socks, 5c, and motormen's mittens, 12c a pair. All other
work   ln   proportion   to size.
The machine can be operated by any one of a family,
and at our prices any energetic family should be able to
sustain themselves comfortably, and In time be a source of
Independent   comfort.
Our plan Is to send out each machine to beginners with
n sock or stocking partially knitted, and remaining in the
machine ready to be continued, and also enough yarn to
knit one pair otf sample socks or stockings and a simple
and complete Instruction Guide, showing how the work is
to be done. When the samples have been finished and
returned to us satisfactory, we send a, quantity of yarn,
which you knit and return likewise when finished. We
prepays> charges on all work one way, and our workers pay
return charges. The work, as we have stated, Is simple and
rapidly done, the machine having a capacity of ten thousand stitches a minute. We have many persons now ln our
employ who can knit from twenty-five to thirty pairs of
socks or stockings a day, and where the time of a family
is devoted to the work, you can readily see that $15.00 or
$20.00 per week can be easily earned.
We furnish our workers all the materials, yarn, etc.,
free, and everything thnt Is necessary for the work. We
are furnishing the machines only for the exclusive use of
those desiring to take employment with us, who must, ln
order to become a member, send us this Contract Order
Form, properly signed by them, and at least one good reference, and remittance accordingly, to give us the necessary
assurance tbat the quantities of valuable yarn we mav send
from timo to time will not bo wasted or misappropriated.
Our Interests are mutual, and this confidence must he established If we are to succeed. We guarantee fair dealing
*nd prompt payment for work, so do not ask us to deviate
from our terms, as we cannot mnke a distinction with one
and not another; besides, we are doing an extensive business,  nnd must be governed by business principles.
The manufactured price of the machine Is 111, and positively will not be sold to any others than those who will
agree to do knitting for us.
If at anv time after you commence, and have done an
nmount nf work equal.to the purchase price, and wish to
discontinue, we will take back machine and refund- the
amount paid for same, after deducting cost of our expense only.
There Is a Ijirge Demand by the Trade for this class
"f ,w?rk. 0ur workers can depend upon lt year after year,
and If you engage with us (whole or spare time) we will
keen you supplied with work as long as you do It satlsfac-
_?.;_*. "��� R1" return It promptly. We entrust our work-
"      *    ~      "      '    bit
references as to our honesty and Integrity, we must ask
you to do the same, ln order that we may know with whom
we are dealing.
We have, ln as brief a manner as possible, endeavored
to show vou what our work Is, and we simply say as lo the
machine, lt Is JuStwhat we represent lt to be, and will positively do everything we claim for lt, or refund the money.
Each machine, securely packed with an outfit, Is set up for
work, thoroughly tested, and a sock or stocking partially
knitted before boxing and Bhipplng. Should you decide to
engage with us, it will be necessary to send us Cash Contract Order Form, properly signed by you, and at least ono
good reference, together with the remittance, accordingly,
upon receipt of which we will forward machine and outfit
ready  to commence. Respectfully yours,
6LAS60W WOOLLEN CO., 37 Melinda Street, Toronto
Our Kererrnrea-Expms Companies. Banks, or Toronto Ilnst-
11m HoiiM'st.
If vou wish to examine the machine and see th�� material before undertaking the work, you can do so by
sending $3.00 as a guarantee of good faith, and to defray
expense of shipping, and we will send everything to your
nearest express company, leaving a balance of twelve
dollars to pay the agent and 25 cents for the return charges
on the money to us.
We are so frequently and  unnecessarily asked if one can
learn to knit without a teachor.     Wo say.  Yes; lt requires
no teacher; any person   of   ordinary    Intelligence   who   can
read the Instruction Guide can learn to  knit at once.
815.00 Cash Contraot Order Form.
To   the  Glasgow  Woolen Co., 87 Melinda St., Toronto.
Gentlemen,���I deWlre to do the work aa described in this
advertisement, and enclose 115 to pay for one Automaric
Knitting Machine, together with material, Instructions,
and everything necossary for the work, the same to be sent
to   me   by   Express, CHARGES   PREPAID.
It is understood nnd agreed that any time after I havo
done an amount of work equal to the purchase price, $15
and wish to discontinue, that the Glasgow Woolen Co. will
take hack the machine and outfit, and after deducting their
expense,   refund mc the amount paid for same.
Sender or head of family (if possible) must sign here;
Full name    - 	
P. O.  ..
    ������ Street
    1 'ro v	
Nearest  Express  Office Is at 	
For   reference  I   name   the' following  person:
Be sure to use this form when spending your remittance for the machine and outfit, which you must fill
in and have signed by at least one good reference In tho
proper place. Tear off and return to us, and also Btalo
here how much time you can devote to the work; also
how you wish to be paid, weekly, monthly, or as you send
ln   the   work.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to G. Ii. LBNNOX. B��k��T 8��.
Send your remittance by Express, Monoy Order, Registered Letter, or Poat-Offlce Money Order, and' we will
promptly forward machine, outfit, and simple guide for
doing the work. This 1b the best offer ever made for the
benefit of Canadians who want to work and make money at
ers with large quantities of" valuable yarn,  and" as we give ^^^^^^^
West Transfer Co.
Goal mi Wood
Best  Fir and Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
office on Baker Street. Tel
Wind ormere Minos.  CorrospondenosSolIoK
Finest and Best Bar In the city.
The best Brands or Liquors
���and Cigars. 3
On tho American or European Plan
The  IlcKlnuraiit Is "In charge of CHKF
MORKI-tSEY, well kno��n as a Htoward of
the bont.i on tho Columbia River.   (3
JOSEPH harwood.  -  Proprietor
Representing the  oldest and best
Fire and Life Insurance Companies
doing business in the city,    Agents
for the
Mines bought, sold and reported on
Cor Ward & Buker Sts      Kielaoo. B.O,


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