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Daily Edition No.  1162
Nelson,   British  Columria, Friday,   October ii,  1901
Eleventh   Year
Board of Trade Discusses Re-
tall Grocers' Association
Meeting to Be Held Oct, 17
to Arrange Amicable
A meeting of the board of trade wns
held hist evening to discuss some important business, with regard to the
piesent attitude of tlie retail and
wholesale  grocers   toward each other.
The members present were G, V.
Unit, chairman, Tliorbnm Allen, J.
V. Weir, ii. VV. Gray, W, VV. ileer,
T. Morley, J. M. Lay, P. Chapman,
K. Ii. Hedley, ('���. Bell, P. Stavkoy,
E, Ferguson, s. 8. Taylor, It.
Robertson, .1. 0. T. Crofts, P. Lamont
and C. llillycr, aild.F. \V. Swannell,
After the routine business of the
meeting was transacted Mr. Chapman
read an account of the proceedings in
connection with the geltting up of
the memorial to Mr. McLean in relation to the freight, rate grievances.
He then said that during the last
weak a number of tluir customeis in
ot her towns haii spoken to him of a
letter whicli they bad received from
the Retail Grocers' association, of
Nelson, in wnich it was stated Unit at
a meeting of the latter association it
had been decided to send a circular
lettet to other retail dealers ashing
their opinion on certain questions,
The first question was as lo what constituted a jobber and wbat a wholesaler,the seoond iclatud to wholesalers
Infringing or. retallets trade, and
as to whether Ihe wholesal-
eis should be entitled to discount on
certain nrti.'lcs such as sugar, eto., to
which the retailers weri' not entitled,
nnd the third, should wholesalers be
allowed special concession"! as tu
freight rates which thoy are now trying to get with some hope of success;,
anil ashing the assistance of the out-
aide dealers in the matter. The letter
waa signed, by the secretary, C.
Mr. Chapman was of the opinion
that n series crisis in tbe life of the
wholesale trade ol Nellson had arisen.
These letters hnd beeu sent out to
many towns that were jealous of the
pjsition that Nelson aspired to as the
commercial center of the Kootenays.
It was not unlikely to suppose that
many of thoso to whom tho letter had
been sent were glad to sec tbe step
that had been taken by the ietai'ers
and would suppoit it perhaps to the
extent of sending resolutions to
Ottawa on tbe subject with the objeet
of defeating the petition thnt bad
been sent in through l'rof. McLean.
Ho therefore would make n motion
that the Board of Trade endorse the
report made by the committee of tlie
Hoard of Trade appointed to draft the
railway rate grievances of the city.
M .*. Hell, who wns the only member of the Retail Grocers' association
present, was asked by tbe chairman if
he had anything to say in the matter.
Mr. Hell said thnt he was not ut Iho
meeting ns representing the Retail
Association. He thought thc retailers
had a grievance and n substantial one
ngninst the wholesalers. The retailers should have been represented at
the moetiug, but he himself had not
come piepared to do nny talking on
tho subjeot, although as a retailer his
sympathies were with the retnileis.
K. Ferguson said thnt the grievances
complained of were not really between
tho retail und wholosalo trade of Nelson but between the grocery section of
it only. tt was not u proper matter
to disouss before thc Hoard of Trade
until they hnd adopted the resolution
which bad been lecommended by their
committee and thoy could then discuss the paiagraph in the letter later
if neoessary.
Mr. Holt said that the board hud
worked for a long time to secure better rates for the wholesalers. He
would therelore put it to motion us to
whether the report should be. adopted.
This Wns dono und the motion was
unanimously adopted.
A short discussion followed on the
letter sent by the retailers, when Mr,
Ferguson said that to put the thing in
shape he would move thai a com-
mlltee   be   appointed   to     meet    the
Retailers' Association to nsk them to
withdraw the third clause in their
i letter, which is liable to defent the
objects of the Board of Trade
ln speaking to the amendment Mr.
Robertson said that the question in
the thud paragraph was u most unfortunate one. It was no oredit to the
retailers. He did uot know of a lioaiil
of Trade that had been ablo to settle
ns to where the line was to be drawn
between wholesaler and retailer.
Some of the retailers in the town
would not purchase 8150 of goods from
a local wholesaler in a year, while n
mine would frequently give nn order
for $1,1100 of goods at one time, and
was the wholesaler to confine his
trade solely to those that treated bim
like the former. The manager of the
coinpany that recently purchased the
city debentures of Nelson had made a
visit here Incidentally, Ue hud been
extremely impressed with Nelson's
location and resources, with its buildings and other lignB of prosperity,
and bo believed it was the natural
distilnition point for the surrounding
territory. On his recommendation
the company hud taken tho debentures, and thoy were a company thut
would not think of tnking ordinary
debentures. 'ihey would not touch
those of Rossland. It was to the great
commercial advantages of Nelson they
look, and not to the mines near tbe
city. lie considered that the whole
city hnd suffered au injury thonrgh the
aetion of the detailers.
The motion of Mr. Fcrgnson after
some further discussion was put to a
vote and unanimously carried, and a
OOmmittee of three, Messrs. Lay,
Allen, and Sherwood was appointed
oy the chairman to act.
The Retail Grocers' association will
bold a meeting on Ootobor 17ih, when
it is hoped that some understanding
may be arrived at.
George Young, a Deck Hand
Meets His Death at Pilot
Bay Landing.
Venezuela Ready For a Settlement���
The Frontier Armed.
Caracas, Venczucln, Oct. 10.���-Via
llavti.���The correspondent here of the
Associated Press is cabled to sny upon
excellent grounds that the idea of a
peaceful, friendly, satisfactory nnd
conclusive ni rangeme'it between Venezuela and Colombia of the existing
troubles is not repulsive nor foreign
to Venezela, it being always understood thnt Venezuela's national honor
will in no wav suffer thereby, and
that during the past fortnight this
idea bas grown and has secured increased following in CuracaB, where
the possibilities of an amicable settlement are more or less occupying public attention. Venezuela recognises
the fuel that tho maintenance of a
large army on.the frontier is exceedingly coatly without diiectly benefiting the country. Along the frontier,
from Taehia to Guajirn, the Venezuelan army has protected the occupied
positions by entrenching and strengthening tiiOMO in which the troops will
await attack, having orders to remain
firmly on the defensive and not to
adopt measures of nggcrssion, but to
repel invasion. The reply to the
memorandum of Dr. Blanohe, the
Venezuelan minister of foreign affairs,
and to Venezuela's request to Dr.
Rioo, the minister of Colombia to
Venezuela, to explain Colombia's in*
vnsion of Lacbira in July, could reach
here at the end of this month, nccord-
mg to tl.e calculations of the time
Dr. Rico requires to roach Hogotn,
confer with the Colombian cabinet
and transmit the letter with the
answers to Caracas. Venezuela is
unxious to receive Colombiu's reply.
In tho meantime, the frontier situu-
tion is dangerous. Two forces of field
men, with n dividing neutral zone,
are confronting each other. A misunderstood order,n trivial accident, or
a minor unintended engagement might
precipitate a blocdy fight. Venezuela
is confident tbat she can successfully
hold her present position against a
pt.ssiblo invasion.
His Widow and Small Family
Without Relatives In this
Victorin, Oct, 10 -H. M. S. Amphion, the Bocond largest ship on the
Pacific station, has been ordered to
Panama by the British admiralty to
look after British interests there during tho progress of the rebellion. One
ship, the Icarus, is already there. In
the spring the two torpedo boat
destroyers Virago and Spairow Hawk,
which huve been here for several
years, will cross the Pacific to join
the Asiatic squadron. Tbey would go
soonor, but it is not considered safe
for them to n-ahe the tiip during the
winter senson. One of the largci
ships will aoooinpany them.
On Wednesday evening, as the
Kokanee was approaching tins whari
at Pilot Bay, while the land was but
a hundred yards distant, George
Young, a deck hand fell overboard
and was diowned. He was standing
near the gangway, and while getting
the footblank ready to run it ashore as
soon as tlie wharf was reached, he
noticed, as be evidently thought, that
the lanyard attached to it waa jammed
under the large passonger gangplank.
Young, who was very quick in his
movements, seized hold of the rope
and gnve it a strong pull. It yielded
instantly, and he as quickly slipped
and fell backwards, going through
undo:' the chain whioh is kept stretched across the gangway. He made no
sound ns he fell, but three lifebelt-
and a lifo buoy wero thrown as soon
as he was sighted, which was as he
went astern. A bunt was lowered at
once but after the one glimpse of u
hand and a foot, which were all thai
reached the Hurface, nothing moie of
him could be seen. His Midden fall
evidently stunned him, as one life
belt, thrown from the unpor deok by
Purser Wright, wns within a fow foel
of where he came up and could have
been reached by him easily if he had
been conscious.
After it was seen thnt there was no
hope of finding the body the Kokanee
continued her trip. Captain Gore left
Nelson yesterday morning on the
Hercules, taking with him grappling
irons and a drag net, with which
senreh wns nept up all day yestorday,
although there was felt to be little
chance of finding the body owing to
tho great depth of the lake where the
accident took place.
Yesterday morning, on the trip
towards Nelson, tha sad duty fell on
Captain Eraser,of the Koknnoe, to inform the widow, who is living on
their ranoh, a short distance on this
side of the Narrows on the north
shore of the lnko, of the bereavement
sbo had sustained. As the steamor
stopped in front of the humble log
cabin which Young had put up last
spring, Mrs. Young, accompanied by
the four small children, all girls,
came down to the beach to find out
what had happened. As gently as
possible the teirihle tidings were
broken to tho mother, tho children
listoning, but not comprehending.
Mrs. Young was utterly overcome and
had to be supported into lhe shack,
On the way to Nolson a subscription
was taken up nmong the crew nnd the
passengers of the Kokanee, for the
j family, who nre believed to be in
very poor circumstance, when $110
waB raised. Last ovening Mrs. W.
Bntcholor, of the Hume Addition,
went up on the Kokanee to stay over
night at tho ranch with Mrs. Young,
so thut she would not be left alone
with the children in her state of
| Mr. Young was 31 years of age. He
name from Scotland to Carberry,
Manitoba, in 1800. About five years
ago ho onir-e to Nelson and for some
time wns caretaker of the courthouse
nnd public school, lie owned u house
and lot in the Hume Addition, but
sold them fur .ISO early in June to go
ranching. He secured some land near
the Narrows which he worked all
summer but without much suocess.
Three weeks ngo he applied for a
position to the ollicers of the Kokanee,
and was taken on as deckhand, in
which enpucity ho nctcd until thc
accident whioh terminated his life
occurred He was a steady hard
working man.
His wife is also from Scotland and
thoy had four children, nil girls, the
eldest of whom is ten years old. As
far as could be ascertained last evening, Mrs. Young has no relatives
nearer than Scotland. While living
in Nelson Mr. Young was secretary
of tlie Laborers' union, he waB also a
member of the Salvation Army band,
but left the army when be went away
from Nelson.
Thirteen Were  Captured In
the Orange Free State
Howard  Vincent's  Offer  to
Raise Fresh Troops Is
neilbron,"Orange River Colony, Oct.
10.���Thirteen of Kitchener's scouts
have been captured in a Boer ambush.
London, Oct. 10.���Secretary for War
Mr. Broderick, replying to Sir Charles
Howard Vincent's offer to raise fresh
troops, or do anything else to ussist
tho government, declined the proposnl
ind in doing so lengthily reviews the
British position in South Allien,
obviously in answer to the persistent
and searchiug criticisms of thc ministerial journals and members of parliament, that the government is languidly content to let tbe war drug on.
mon during the strike on the Fraser
river and marooned them on Howell
island, proceeded nil dny today before
Mr. Justice Drake. An hour was
taken up in impanelling the jury ami
the entire list of available jurymen
was gone over twice before this wus
idone. The crown feared that if union
I men sat on the jury their well known
dislike of Japanese as laborers might
prejudice them. It seemed impossible
for the crown to securo any but working men on the jury, however.
During the day the defense did not
attempt to prove that the Japanese
were not marooned, but triod to break
down tlie evidence of the nine
Japanese as to the identity of the
prisoners. All nine Japs swore positively, however, that, they recognized
Rogers and Desplain as the men who
bossed the marooning party.
London, Oot. 10.���The Chancellor of
the Exchequer, Sir Michael Hicks*
Beach, speaking at Oldham today,
said he believed parliament would bo
Mimmoned earlier than usual, but
would not be oalled to attend an
autumn session, contending that organized resistance in South Africa
really ondod a year ago and that only
guerillas were now in the field. He
says the British government of the
Orange River colony bad raised nearly
its much revenue as was raised before
the war.
Germans and Venezuelans Collide and
Apologies Now Asked by Both.
Port of Spain, Trinidad, Oct. 10.���
The British R. M. S. Eden arrived
here today from Lngunira, Venezuela,
and brought the following reliablo
Last Sunday nigbt about SO sailors
from the German cruiser Venita be-
name ongnged in u street row at Port
Caballo with tho locnl population.
Police in eivilinn clothing interfered,
siding with the inhnbitants and the
light became genera], the Germane
making their way townrds the wharf
where they boarded the German
steamer Valcsia, moored at that place.
In the meantime, two petty officers
uf the Venita who ware entirely sober
and who were waiting nt the wharf to
tako tho Venita's boat, were attacked
hy the police. Thoy rcsistod and the
police woundod them both Oadly with
iheir swords. All the Germans ashore
wore unaimed. The wounded petty
ollicers were oarried on board the
Valesia by members of the Valosia's
crew. The populace and police still
attacking them with stones and
sticks. The mob then tried to board
tbe Valflflia but wero provented from
so doing by the captain and crow of
that vessel, ln the meantime the captain of the Valesia had signalled to
tbe Venita whioh was in tbe burbor,
the perilous situation of the Germans
und tbe Venita sent u boat loud of 30
armed men to the Valesia which thoy
bonded by the side opposite tho
wharf, not standing on Venezuelan
soil. The mob, estimated to number
1,200 persons, was still acting in a
threatening manner and having fired
a few shots, the commander of tne
Venita's boat ordered bis men to perform the motions of loading but not
to put cartridges into thoir rifles.
Hearing the rattle of the breachos of
the weapons, the mob disappenred
rapidly in all directions. Considerable excitement prevailed at Porto
Caballo when the Eden sailed. It is
said that the Venezuelan government
is putting the blame for the affair
upon the Germans and haa requested
Sho German minister to apoligize for
the sailors' conduct. It is believed at
Caracas that the German minister intends to ask Venezuela to apoligii'e.
Vancouver, Oct. 10.���The Japanese
marooning case in which Rogers and
Desplain are charged with being two
of a party of '10 or 40 whito fishermen
wbo   kidnapped nine Japanose  llsbor-
Paris, Oct. 10.���Laurent Lahade,
editor of Libertaire, tho anarchistic
sheet, today was tried at the police
tribunal for tho urticle ho published
ln Libertaire during the visit of Czar
Nicholas to France, inciting to the
murder of the czar, President Loubet,
nnd the French ministers as "tyrants
and oppressors." He was- sentenced
to imprisonment foi one yenr und to a
line of 1,00(1 lrancs. M. Grandidier,
manager of Libertairo, was sentenced
to imprisonment for six months and
to a fine of 100 francs. Tbe announcement of the judgment was follDwert
by an ovation to L'thado nn the pari
of his friends and sympathisers who
shouted 8b they crowded around and
shook him by thc hand.
(special to the: miner.)
Vancouvor, Oct, 10.���The annual
meeting of the Liberal asscciation was
held tonight, and tho followirg
officers elected, Honorary President,
R. Kelly; Piesident, R. (1. McPherson; Vice-Presidents, VV. J. McMil
Ian; II. B. Gilm.ur; G. VV. Grant;
Secretary-Treasurer, T. S. Baxter.
It was decided to meet again on the
24th of October when resolutions fav>
oring Federal party lines will be introduced, discussed   and passed upon.
Kingston, J��., Oct. 10.���The British
steamor Harbadinn, which arrived
here today, brought more refugees
from Colon, Colombia. They sny the
situation there is still serious, that
trade is entirely crippled, and tbat
tbey left Colon in order to avoid compulsory military service, Thev add
that a couple of days ago the rebels
commeneea to attack a town near
Colon, but. desis'od, owing to unorder
fiom the commader of the U. S. gunboat Machias. Another attack ou
Hocus Del Torro is feared.
Salt Lake City. Oct. 10.���Lorenzo
Snow, fifth president of the Church ol
Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints,
better known as tho Mormon church,
died unexpectedly nt, his private residence,the historic Bee Hive,this afternoon after nn illness that had been
serious only since yesterday. The
cause of his death was hypostetic congestion, superinduced by uggravated
chronic bronchitis.
Vancouver, Oct. 10.���On receipt ol
the news ofj tho death of N. Clarke
Wulluce, the executive ot the grand
lodge for British Columbia of the L.
O. L., met nnd decided to hold a
memorial service at the city hall on
Sunday iifteriioo.u A handsome floral
tribute fioin the grand lodge will be
placed on the casket.
Windsor, (Int., Oct. 10.���Dr. King,
managing director of the United Gas
& Oil compuny, suye he believes the
entire natural gnu supply of Essex
county will be exhausted bofore
Christmas. The coinpany is cutting
off outside customers so as tu keep
Windsor supplied.
Sofiu, Bulgaria, Oct. 10..���According
to sorui-ofliciul intelligence, Borne
shepherds informed u Bulgarian
official yesterday that the brigands
having Miss Stone in custody aie now
on the heights of Kokoruuda, in
Turkish territory.
Berlin. Oct. 10.���Thus far icports
have been received of tho loss of some
40 vessels in the North Sea during the
recent storms. Many lives hav_* been
The West Kootenay Company
Makes   Propositions   to
Supply Deficiency.
Matter Is to Be Submitted to
a Vote of the Ratepayers.
A speciul meeting of the eity
council was held yesterday afternoon
fur the purpose of considering propositions submitted by L, A. Campbell,
manager of the West Kootenay Power
Sc Light Company, to supply the city
with electrical power.
Two propositions were submitted;
one wns to supply the city with all
the extra power needed at the ru'.e of
850 per horse power per unuum, np to
-DO horse power, over that quantity
and under 500 horse power, Sir, per
hoise power per annum. Tlie siejond
proposition wus to supply the city
with nil the power it. could use, the
city to pny the company 45 per cent
of tlie gross receipts.
The propositions were informally
discussod nnd gone into fiom all
standpoints. These terms were offered
for a terra of from one year to ten ns
the oity might elect. The aldermen
fully recognized t.iat tho present
plant cannot supply more than 75 per
cont. of the light required by the city
and deem it necessary to obtain a
further supply from some oilier source
until the city is in a position to further increase its own plant. All tho
aldermen were of the opinion tbat the
city should ultimately own its own
plant of a sufficient enpucity to supply
the entire city with sulliciei't energy
for both lights and power, but, ut the
same time, thoy recognized the necessity uf making u temporary arrnnge*
ment in order to bridge over to the
period when the city will be in a
position to erect nnd maintain its own
plaut of a sufficient capacity for all
purposes. It was further decided that
beforo entering into a oontrnct Hint
the two propositions submitted by Ihe
West Kootenuy Power company
should be left to a vote uf the rate
payers, und then the responsibility of
accepting or rejecting them will bu
placed where it properly belongs.
The only wish of the piesent conncil
,s to supply the oitizcus us a whole
with nil the conveniences Ihey need
iu the way of electric light nnd
power. From u revenue standpoint
tlie second proposal properly safeguarded would give n larger income
to the city thnn its present plant produces.
The first proposal would in all
probability somewhat reduce tbe
levenue derived from the city's
plant. Both propositions have the one
object of improving the city and placing the electric lighting fin the whole
year beyond nny question. It was
eleaily understood during the discussion that no incrense of rntes would
he made ln any event.
Victoria, Oct. 111.���Victoiia Sealers'
Association decided at a meeting yes-
teiday to send some schooners tu Cape
Horn to try for new sealing grounds
Two torpedo boat destroyers which
were ordered to China some time ugo
will not go until next summer, the
season monsoons being nt hand. Tlie
Amhpicn goos soutli on Mondny to relieve the Icarus.
(SPBCIAL To Till.; .HM'ii.i
Vancouver, Oct. 10.���The grnnd
lodge of the Independent Older nf
Good Templars met yesterday, Dr.
Lewis Bull wus elected G. C. T., MrH.
A. E. (Iroen, D. G. C. T,, J N.
Evens, seoretury. Resolutions were
passed to bring pressuro on steamship
companies tu do uwny with bars, and
on municipalities in British Columbia to enforce the liquor laws which
ut present nre nut being enforced in
many places.
London, Oct. 11���The Constantinople correspondent of the Timer,
wiring yesterday says; "The II. S.
legation bote conlicntly expect to receive news ol Miss Slum' tonight."    _ Nklson  Daily M.nhr,   Friday   Octobfr ii, t&t
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Good Values.
Tbe Sullivan Group Mining Company is putting into rlVect n plan
wbich itsoflicers consider will solve,
so fnr as thoir interests are. concomed,
the question of malting silver-lend
or6H of a medium grade pay n profit
with lead selling ut its present price.
They have a mine with wide veins
of ore of a grade thnt, even at the
present price of silver and load,
yields 8'''* to the ton. At thc present
rate for freight und treatment of 81"
per ton, where the ore is sent to thc
American and the home smelters, lt
could not be mined and reduced and
leave e proiit. Iiathei thun nllow the
mine to Ho idle the company is putting up a smelter   and u lead refinery.
a short di t;i  from tbe mine.
As the haul is a short one the cost
of transportation is cut down to the
minimum. As the ore is to be reduced
in a plant owned by the company the
usual smelter profit, whatever it may
be, goes Into tbe treasury of tlie compuny for the benefit of tho stockholders. In the lend refinery the silver
and lead will be separated and the
lead lefined into pig lead. At present
no pig lead is produced in the
Dominion and the consumption
of lead and the manufactured
products of lead is about 13,000
tons per annum and so tbem is a
waiting market at homo. As far us
foreign markets are concerned tho
Orient will furnish ono outlet with
only a compariiitvely short haul to the
coast. As East Kootenay is tapped by
both the Canadian Pacific und the
Greut Northern railway theie will
naturally be competition for the haulage of the lead to the coast and tne
charge under such conditions will not
be oxborbitaut. From the coast it
cun be sent to the Orient on the trans-
Pacific steamers to whero there is a
inarkot wbich can consume nil tne
surplus lead that Canada produces.
In this market there need be no fear
nf the rompetition of the lead trust,
as thut instituticn .-.itilleally keeps up
the pric. of the mete] nt n bighor
figure iu the United States than it
commands in the natural markets of
tho worlii and its only desire soems to
be to control the home market, honce
its competition in the foreign markets
is not to be feared. Another factor
beneficial to the schemo is that a
chenp nnd abundant supply of coke Is
near ut band in lhe Trow'-, Nest Pass,
thus insuring a supply of fuel nt a
lower cost than is enjoyed by any
other oxisting smelter, as the others
nre further away und have to pay
more for tbe longer haul. Under
such circumstune.es It is palpable that
there cun be no doubt that the plans
of the company will be siie"&ft,sfiil.
Senator Tnrnur aud his associates
are the originators of the plan and
naturally they will profit largely by
Its success. Tho putting uf it into
effect will iuvolve tbe expenditure of
upwards of a quarter of million dollars,
but as every contingency wns looked
into and careful estimates mado as to
results there is no fear entertained by
the munngement of the Sullivan compuny of tlie outcome. If they aro
successful, as their enterprise, oour-
nge, boldness uud originality deserve,
they will havo pointed out the way
for others to succeed by following
them on similar lines and doubtless
tbey will have a number of imitators.
If they succeed they will huve conferred a distinct and lasting good on
the community in Bolving a vexing
problem to which the only soultion to
many seemed to be to play a waiting
game until the price of lend went up.
This is the sort of gnnie which tho
St. liugeno and a number cf other
companies ure playing.
The Sullivnu management is made
np principally of Senator George H.
Turner, Col. William Ridputh and
E, D. Saunders. They constituted tbe
leading spirits in the munagement of
tbe old Le Hoi Mining company
which purchased thc Le Koi olaitns
when they weie umlovolopod prospcots
nnd ufter a sharp financial struggle
plnced on a dividend pnying basis.
After tlie mino had yielded ncnrly
8l,00n,(lon in dividends they sold it to
Whitaker Wright nnd associates for
about three and a half millions. it
would seem from tho mnr.ner in
wbich thoy are handling the nlTairs of
the Sullivan Company thut thoy intend   if
From the Kitchen to the Ball Room and from  the cradle
to trie grave, we have everything you can possibly require.
TELEPHONE    NO.    13.
Hudson's Bay Company.
which   thoy   made   with tho I.e
It   is sincorely hoped that they
Premier Dunsmuir announces that
he will not resign for the present,
that he will meet the house and if ho
has not its confidonoe he will immediately resign. It is oontended by him
that be has kept eveiyone of his
pledges excepting that of taking Mr,
Helmcken into tho cabinet, but this
was not done because that member
had embarrassed the government with
want of confidence resolutions. Tne
weakness of the premier's position
can bo best gnaged by the rejection of
portfolios which he has offered to
difforout individuals, who refused
tbem because they felt that the
official exlstonoc of the present government would be very brief,and they
did not care to become members of a
ministry that is on the eve of dissolution. It is evident that Mr. Di ns-
muir is still taking the advioe of
Hon. Joseph Martin and is determined
to hold out as long as possible hoping
that somo circumstance or oontin-
Konoy mny arieo that will give liis
u-inistry a new lease of life. It has
been suggested that it would be impolitic to disband the govornment
until after a redistribution bill has
been passed and it is probable that it
will receive enough support to curry
such a measure. The anti-Martin
tuntiment ie so strong that just as
soon as the bill is passed thc liouse
will show its lack of confidence and a
general election will follow on party
lines when a liouse should be eleoted
which will give the province a stable
and capable government. With
tlie fear of erratic legislation and a
pospect of an ending to the too constant political nutbrtuks and evolutions, which made Hritish Columbian
uffuirs resemble those of a South
American republic during tlie past few
years, removed the province would
once more settle down to busiuoss and
there would result a general Improvement and a restoration in time of our
lost prestige. Until the legislature
meots it is evident that the premier
will have to conduct the goverumotal
affairs as best he can with a short'
ministerial stall.
between tlie British army and the
Canadian militia; and if we accept as
true the pioture which Major Richardson draws of their jealousies and disagreements in the wur of 1812, the removal, as far as possible of the cunses
will be the greatest boon that can be
bestowed on both. Of late there has
sprung up among Canudiun militia
offioers a feeling tbat their exclusion
from the chief position in tho militia
was unjust. Since Canada has shown
what ber men could do in South
Africa our voluntocrs have taken
Higher rank in the estimation of liritisli regulars and for tbat matter of the
whole world. Tho experiment of having a Canadian at the head of the
militia will now be tried, and thc
result will be awaited with confidence, which, let us hope, the result
may justify.
"When a child I burned my foot
frightfully, " writes W. 11. Earls, of
Jonesville, Vs., "which caused horrible leg sores for 30 years, but Buck-
len's Arnica Salve wholly cured me
after ererything elso failed." InfnlH
ble for Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Sores,
liruiaes andPiles. Sold by Canada Drug
Sc   Hook Co.    25c.
Ashel J Severance, the inventor of
tbe diamond drill, died in poverty
recently at Denver. Severance and
his partners received 8100,000 for the
diamond drill patent.
Another ridiculous food fad has beon
branded by the most compotont
authorities. They have dispelled the
silly notion that one kind of food is
needed for bruin, another for muscles,
and still another for bones. A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of the body, but it will
sustain every other pait. Yet, however good your food may be, its nutriment is destroyed by indigestion cr
dypepsia. You must prepare for tbeir
ppearance or prevent their coming by
aking regular doses of Green's August
Flower, tho Javonte medicine of the
healthy millions. A few doses aids
digestion, stimulates the liver to
healthy action, purifies the blood, and
makes you feel bnoyaut nnd vigorous.
You can get Dr. C. G. Green's reliHble
remedies at W. F. Teetzel Sc Co.'s.
Get Green's Special Almanac.
Pianos for sale at close
prices for cash or on easy
payments on thc instalment
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
Delivered'to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings. Sash Doors,
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT DAY'. Ynrds, NELSON
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning Immediately
on arrival of steamer, at the
rate of   	
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions to be left,
with the agent,
D.  J.  YOUNG.
What will grow at Riverside Nurseries, Grund Forks, will certainly
succeed at Nelson. Why go poking
olf to Eastern Canada or the coast for
trees thut you can get from a nursery
at your own door?
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.
Thn coul mining section of eastern
British Columbia and western Alberta
is looking up when within u few days
upwards of 8200,000 worth of machinery was purchased for the mines
there. This seotion is certain to cut
a most important figure in the development of western Canada. Within
tho next few years the development
in tho vicinity of Fernie, Morrissey,
Michel and Frunk is certain to bo
rapid. With tho natural increase in
the numbei of miners and coke
makers some large townB are certai*;
to bo established there. Jnst watch
thut section glow.
After the termination of the extended term of General O'Orady-Hully
expires, December 31st, the statement
is mucin by an Ottawa correspondent,
a Canadian will bo placed nt the head
of the militia foroos, says thc Monetary Times. Under the present law,
a Canadian is ineligible (or tho post
of Adjutanttlenural of Militia, and
was purposely mudo so for the purposo
of oxcluding anyone hut a Hritish
army olllcer. The restriction may
hnve boen justified, at one time; but
It may now bo removed with advan-
possiblo to duphoatc tho sue-  tage.    There was au old-time jealousy I
Union men are invited to attend  a
in the LABOR  HALL  tonight  to
hear the report of
the   delegate   to   the   Trades  and
Labor Congress.
For domestic or steam use.
A  full   supply  always  on
Kates to  all
lake points
w   p
railway an<?
Tel. No. 265
General Agent
Office ��� Two doors   west
C.P.R, offices.
- SEE -
w,iSt Block* East Baker St.
Is   lame    or    interferes
bring  him   to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop, Jo
sephine Street
N. R T. CO.
Reduction in  service,   taking place
Sunday  29th  int-tant.   40 ' minute
service before   11   a.m.  and  after
7.40 p. tn.    20 minutes between.
runt: tahlk,
"���"""���to*-��� Ht.inl.yf*,,.
7'����*' ������ 7*20 a.m.
7*4o 8.00
8'2�� 3.40 '
i -.40
i 1.00
Every 20  miniates  oetween, at
liour, 20 jiast and 20 to.
ItuiriiNtui, 11
7.20 p
Hlllllli*}. HI
** 7.20 p. m.
lo, OO
10 40
u ra'       last_ ���Jar to switch
r�� L.* o,
KASLO.   B.   C.
White and Grey, All Weights and Excellent Values 8
The Blnnket weather will soon be with us and buyora of Blankets
Prt        woulil ilu well lu consult uh before ainkiug tbeir Full PiuxhuRPB,
Another Warm   Proposition Is  the Values.
Wr are Rhowlng in Nutnrnl Gray nnd  White,
Knit uml  Wove,   Women's mul  (blldien'u
Vests,    UruwiiiB,   und    Combinations     ro-
lrl.'irkulily lnw prices.
Just oppned a very Natty  Line  of  Ladies'   French
Flannel Blouses, just the thing forcol.. weather.
Children's  Jackets,   Children's   Caps   and   Hood**,
Infantees and Boo'ees and Shawl Wraps.
In  pretty   Patterns,   Night   Gowns,   Drawers and
Every size in Women's and Children's Hose,  Plain ft
and Ribbed at popular prices. {}
Filled with Medicated Filling, and excellent  values, Ml
From $i oo up. JJ
Jackets, Tailor Made Suits and Wrappers, all New- u|
est Notions. {)
X _r_       0,00 JU
J. 0. BUNYAN & 60.
We have the Largest and  Finest
Assortment in the city.
Spokane Fajjg &
Northern R'v.
Nelson & Fort
Sheppard Ry.
Red -Mountain R'v.
To San FraMsoo and Return
$51.50 ALL KAIL
$46.50 BY STEAMER.
This especially low rate is made
on account ofthe Episcopal Convention to be held in San Francisco.
_ Dates of sale, Sept. 23rd to 27th
inclusive. Good to return until
Nov. 13th.
Buffalo and Return
Good for sixty days, first
and third Tuesday, August,
September and October.
Through passenger trains be-
twecn Spokane and Nelson. Buffet
service between Spokane and
tmn DAY TRAIN Arrive
,SS2*�� Spokane ��.    ���
H.1S-W line-land 4 10 S ��
H. A. JAOKSON, G. P. & T.A.
��* K. TAOKABURY 8p��kane  ^Mh
Agent, Nelson, B.O
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Shortest nnil qulckcnl route lo tho ona] ni'*1 ���
points on tho O. K, Sc N. uml Northern 13
clllo Hallways In Winhiiig.un, Oregon &>
Southorn StntCH.
Time Card Effective August 1.1901 j
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
3:80 it, ni. Lv.
10:55 p.m. Ar.
Ar. I-OOP.
Lv. llli P.
Int Nav- & Trading Co*
NI'-*_*,01*-K/1KI,0 Kill It:*
5-20p.rn.Lv. Nolson        -V-'J-StS
0:10 p. ra. Ar. Kiu-lo l,v. 7:00 ����� m
Connecting nt Flvo Milo Point with NoW '
&Fort Hhoppnnl  Hnllwny both lo m"1 '""'
KtlSM.'Uhl. OtC
Tlokota Bold to nil pnrta ln Unltojl 8tttf*����BJ :
Canada via Great Northern una O, " *��
CO.'H llllOK, .        ,      ,.,��� .Il
Ocoan Htoamuhip tlokotn and rates v****" j
linoH will be turnishoil on apiilioiilii1".
For further particulars cull on or naanw
Q. K Tuckabuky Agont. Nolson II. I ���
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. ���*"
mining districts.
BakerStreet Nelson. B
Mineral *l
���''���MIT*-* -.oil whoes suiveyed.
curds  tr    Vnl .i""' 0Ht of town for
uiiiv,.1r,,1'f1..:;r *o�� ���������"���^"-i
tor you        " WU" ih0 macr can   d"
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto, 01*1'
Money to loan on Straight Mor**^
Apply to G. !_. W-NNOX, BtfW *
a Nelson   Daii v  Miner,  Friday October ii,  .90
X************************* j
Charles Houghton und M. A. (Jifen I
ofthe Montana Hold Mining Company, ore in tlio eity from Veer I'lirli
on Arrow lake, This oompany ii
operating tbe Blue Bird group of mil -
Ing claim.'*, three miles north of Ueer
Paik. Tlio explorations aro confined
at present to the 100-foot level which j
Is reaohed by a Bhaft. The load,
which is eight feet in width, hus been
drifted for a distuned of 18 feet. 'lhe
ore shoot is the full length of iho
drift without a break. The ore is a
silver-lead,   averages about  ."<���> to tho
ton,  nnd enn be eoncenti nted   nix into
one. The principal values aie silver
und lend, but thero rue s'uail values
In gold uud copper. Negotiations are
now in progress for tho purchase of n
concentrator ol about an tons capacity
per day, the management feeling oon*
fl.lont that tlie quantity of ore in tile
mine justifies the installation oi such
a plant. Tnero is amp e wator power
within throe quarters of a mile nf the
mine which will be utilized in driving thc concentrating plant. Tho
lllno Bird is the best developed mino
onjtho shores of lower Arrow lake and
there nre a number of othei piopevtios
in tho same vicinity which promise,
whon developed, to make minos. Mr.
Houghton is superintendent, and Mr.
(Ironn is thc consulting engineer for
tho company, and their ihitsion in
Nelson is to purohnr.e supplies for the
mine, to interview E. IS, Chipman,
government agent, for the Kaslo riding, who was in Nelsou yesterday, 111
relation to putting the roud running
from Deer Park to the Blue Ilird mine
in hotter older so that tlio machinery
may bo hauled from the landing to
tho mine. This road, which is three
miles long, was built b.y the Montana
Mining company, three years since at
a cost of 13,000. The road needs repairing and a reduction of 9om�� of
tho grades. As it, is a trunk road
which opens up an Important mil.ing
section the peoplo of Deer Park feel
that tho government should stop in
and put the highway in good condition. Mr. Chipman. when interviewed by Messrs. Houghton and
Oreen yesterday, promised to look
into tho load matter and to do what
he oould toward socunug funds to put
the toad in order.
Twelve men were let out from the
Speculator at tho beginning of tho
wiok, rednoing the force to '-'(l men.
The reduction is for the winter only
and early next spring tlie force will
bo largely increased an,I a vigorous
policy carried out. During the winter the No. 1 level will bo pushed forward till the east voin is met, which
will then drain the oliicr workings.
Developments will bo continued on
both veins throughout the winter.
Tho Nc. 1 drift has noi yet out into
any largo body of ore, uut what lias
been taken out is of the linest quality of dry ore, cairying high values in
silver. The recent fine weather has
enabled the mine to bo go! into pretty
good shape for tbe winter. While it
is a pity to see any men let out from
a property, still it is one of thn exigencies of mining, and in the present
case will be only till spring.���-Slocan
Papers wore signed recently in a
deal for tho Ottawa, Springer creek.
whioh has been turned over by the
owners on a lease and bond to Jap
King, Tom Mulvcy and Fred Johnson.
The deal lasts for Is months, the purchase prioe boing understood to he
,4(),00ii. Tlio bonders sent up their
supplies and they will lose no time in
getting things into shape for aotive
development. Their intention is to
make the mine pay foi its develop
ment, and will accordingly mane
regular shipments during the winter.
Tho Ottawa has bad much work done
on it and is rated .one of tlio best
propositions in tlie camp. The v.-in
is a strong one and has been exposed
across tho full claim. Oro is showing
in tho main drift, values fiom which
promise a paying thing for the bonders.--Slocan Drill.
- Supfi-riortDAlum Bfjkiiig
.Powders.; Equal-Jo any
other An-.<A!u.n Bakirt��
���&��� half t-ifeKrice. v   :'���';/
dims and stocks. The nel ion against
Millar and Spelr '�� to compel them to
convoy to the plaintiff one-half of the
shares Dickenson was to get in the
Sloean-Kilo Mining company, and
ngainst B. Wilson Smith,of Montreal,
as trustee for F. u. Belque, A. (I.
Blair and VViliain Strachan to compel
them to convey to the p'.aintiff one-
half of the shares in the Noonday and
Carley Mining company, that Dickon,
sou had bargained to receive and to
prevent any transfer of such shares.
Bave yon used healthful Hy gen iii
Baking Powder, the latest discovery
iu chemist ry '.'
Stoves and
Ranges . .
Wo are showing this season a full
line of these goods nnil  solicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
&r\J>tr\J,  A/ dsJiy
Fruit and Dairy BuBiness in tho West
Growing Rapidly.
W. ]���'. Stout, of Toronto, general
superintendent of the Dominion Express Compuny and (). P. Ford,
superintendent of the western division
of that company's business was in
tho oity yesterday, accompanied by
A. I*', l.ich and S, O. Cavill, of
In speaking of the company's western business Messrs. Sstout and Ford
said that gradually the carrying of
fruit from liritisli Columbia to the.
Northwest and Manitoba and the
bringing of dairy produce to the mining districts of British Columbia from
those pilots wore increasing. The
Express coinpany had made special reductions ou these lines so as to hi ing
the rates down neaily to cost. The
results had been very gratifying and
tbey believe the concessions was benefitting the country very muoh.
Spocinl rates wore also given on fish
aod gradually the Vancouver and Now
Westminst.fr dealers weio getting the
Kootonay trade.
Mr. Rich and Mr. Cavill were members of the New England Fish company, already interested in thc halibut
fisheries uf British Columbia, but so
far had given their attention chiefly
to tho export of halibut to Boston.
They accompanied tho Express company officials on the tiip through
Kootenay, Vancouver being tho Im*
portnut point in their journey,
incorporated under the laws of British Columbia.
Capital $1,000,000 In l.OOO.OOO Shares. Par Value $1.00 Each.
ah Treasury Stoek,  N�� Promoters' and So Preferred Bind-..
Cambourne Group, o Claims Oyster Qroup, 6 Claims
Located hi tin Free Gold Fish River Camp,   Lardeau Mining Division, British Columbia.
Large Veins.
Free Hilling Gold Ore
Ailvorll,(i*nont.H liiriertod nnder thin head at
the rate of one oonl, a word per Insertion, No
'..ilvertti'en't'.nt taken for Ihhh than U cent*.
Situation Wanted advorl,l*iotnenUi IiiHorU'il
three thorn free of clmruo.
Flll'NIslcn      BOOMS.���Apply      on
Silica,      second   door    west     Ward
motor for Bale,
dress Trail News,
2    Pulton     water
Almost new.    Ad-
Trail,  II. 0.
TWIOiN'TY-TWii   unfurnished   room.*.,
corner Hall and    Raker   streets,    to
rent, nil modem conveniences, suitable [or Lodging rooms or living
rooms. Applv at shoo store on
FOR SALE.���Cheap for cash, house,
Chicken house and lot, 50x120, corner
of Cedar and observatory streets,
(iood garden.    Apply on premises.
FOIt BALK.���A tame doe lawn; would
make   a   nice pet, porfeotly   docile.
Apply A.  II. S., (IraniU* Siding
ROOMS and HOARD.���Every convenience;   south east   corner of   Carbonate and Josephine street.
Fou RENT���Home Temperance hotel,
80 bedrooms, dining room, parlors,
kitchen, all furnished complete; 87r>
per month. Apply to A. (I. (iambic,
agent, Hukur street.
BOOMS TO BENT.��� K. VV. C. Block-
Two rooms en suite on Ward st.,
also rooms facing tbi west. On September 1, two sirgio rooms and two
or three on i:u.to facing Haker st.
FurnisbeC or unfurnished. Mrs. F.
J. Si'ii.re,  Room 41,  IC.    VV. C.   lilock.
LOST���A   pair   ol*   eye   glasses  with
small gold chain attached.      Finder
will leave at this ollice; reward.
MEN  WANTED���On     Crow's       Ne.'.t
Southern   By.      (iood   wages,   long
job   Headquarters, Eklo,    II.   C.      A.
Guthrie & Co.
In view of the splendid showings of both high and low
grade ore and the unrivalled facilities for the economical
developing and working ofthe properties, it is confidently expected that, not only will the present issue of stock be sold
quickly, but that no more will be offered at less than par.
Address all inquiries for information, or applications for
stock to
P. O. Box 556, Nelson. Ii. C.
Official Broker.
The Rifle association has arranged
seven events fur its mooting next week,
on each of which good prizes are
offered. ln the nursery match, 200
yards, prizes aggrgate $2a. The C.
P, It. employees give a onp and $2f,
for .00, SU0 and 600 yards. Tho Tramway company also oiler a cup with
$25 in twelvo prizes for the matoli at
500 yards. The Coproration prize is a
pair of binoculars valued at 905, with
826 in 12 prizes for the match at GOO
yards. There will be a team mutch,
four to constitute a team. The cash
prizes aggregate |42. In the ladies'
match nt 1,000 yards the lady mombers
of tho association nominate, the contestants. The cash prizes are .3?
There will also be a grand aggregate
prize for highest scores in competitions 2, 11, 1 and ii. llesides these
there will he two extra series.
The following is the list of cases
down for trial at the forthcoming
sitting of the Supreme court: McMillan vs. Saudi lands, Royal Hank of
Canada vs. Harris, McNaught vs. Van
Norman, Sundilands vs. Warner, Car*
michaol vs. Egan, Docksteadcr vs.
Botsford, (1900), Docksteader vs.
Bbtsforu, (1001), Felt vs. Dickenson,
et al.
The case of McNaught vb VanNorman
is ot some Interest in that the chief
point of dispute is whether a mineral
claim lapses if while it is under seiz*
uio oy the sheriff the free miners certilicate of tlio original holder oxpires.
Felt vs, Dickenson et al, bungs in
several well known men as defen
dants. In this case Elmer J. Felt
brings action again.it Percy Dickenson to have n partnership formed on
April 21st, 1898, dissolved, for an
accounting of the partnership affairs,
for an injunction restraining Dickenson from selling certain mining propel ties and to havo the plaintiff declared   co-owner   iu     numerous    mining
Lately starved ln London beon nee
he could not digest hi**, food. Early
use of Ur. King's New Life I'ills
would havo saved him. Thoy
strengthen tho stomach, aid digestion,
promote assimilation, improve appetite. Price 25c. Monay back if not
satisfied. Sold by Canada Drug &
Hook Co.
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tarmways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock Larried, estimates furnished.
H. E- CROASDAILE Agent Nelson-
A. R. BARROW, a m. i. oe
Provincial  Land Surveyor
Corner Viotoria and";Kootenay Sts.
P.O. Hox 500 Telephone  No. ���>��
NKLSON LODGE"   No. 23, A. F. Sc
M. inoetH second WodnoHday In
month.   Vi.-.iliiiK brothorn wolcomo
I. O. O. P. Kootonay Lodgo
No. 16, meots overy Monday night,
at thoir "Jail, Kootonay streot
Soionviiiiil* Odd Follows cordially lnvltod,
John A. Mcltao, N.Q. D, W*. ltulhorford, V.G
Krod J. Squire, Per, Soe.
Nolson Royal Arch Chapter No. 123, Q, It. O,
Meets third Wednesday. HojourniiiK compan
ions Invllod.    (ioorge Johnstone,  /,.    K. W.
Matthews, a. k.
Tor this painful trouble Griliilhs' Linlmont is
an absolute pain destroyer it pone, rates and
lubricates the joints, takes away ull the stillness and gives relief in 11 few minutes-works
wonders in chronic rliemniiiistii eases.
Mr. H. K, West of Water street, Vnncouvor,
II O., wasft groat sufferer from nahiful nt-
tu'eks of Rheumatism In his shouldors, so severe were the attacks I hid. he could not raise
hlsirniH. Ho applied Urillltha' Menthol Liniment, tho groat pain reliever, and in loss than
four hours tho pnin hail entirely left him. He
say��: "It certainly Is a great pain reliever.'
Km' sale by J. K, VaiiHtone   N-ilion, H. 0,
Will pay the highest oaBh price for all
kinds of soooud hand goods. Will buy
or sell anything from au anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oaiperts,
-ockir.g utensils, bought in household
.���uantities. Also oast off clothing
Call and soe me or write, Address
Silver King Mike, Box _M>. Hall
3*rp��(. Neluon. B *'
You shouldn't send out of town for
cards for yourself or your husband
until you see what The Miner can do
for vou.
���,,-lB-v,        NKLHON LODGE   No.25, K. ol' P.
���Swaniootfl in K. of P. hall, Oddfellows lilock
*^3*jiVoryTiiesduy ovening at  8 o'clock.
,**'&'*&"'All visiting knights cordially  Invito
Wm. Iuvink, CC.
A. T. l'AUK, K.of It. anda.
Certificate of Improvements
Matilda Mineral Olniin. situato in the
Nelson Miuinf Divisiou of West Kool
euny District.
Where located Near the East Fork
of Champion Creek, about six miles from
tho Columbia liivor,
TAKE NOTICE that I, Kenneth L.
Burnet, agent for tne Mount Kicker uml
British Columbia Development Company, Limited, free miner's certificate
No. B6844S, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate nf improvements
for Ihe pm pose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claim.
And fuither tnke notice that action,
under section 37, must bo commenced
before the issuance of such coililicate of
Dated this 20th day of August, A. D
NELSON Employment Agency, linker
street.    Phone 21H.   J, II, Love.
WANTED.���Woman   Cook.      Waitress.      Laundress.     Hail roadmen   for
Lardo.    (iirls for houscwoik.
Contracts taken   for   Diamond   Core
WANTED.- Waitress,(iirls for llouse-
worif.      Mon   for     Bailroad    work,
men I'or sawmill, sc-oiid cook (50   per
month, stone mason.
Western   Employment  Ollice, II. A.
Prosser,  Phone -70.
Storage���**1 have a   large   warehouse
for     storing      household    or   other
Are you iu want? If you Me, tell
the people, through The Miner want
Column,  what   you are   in    want   of
You'll tret ii
W'Aliilt    lAl'TUUY-
I, U's-uo-Kvory known
variety of soft drinks,   P <i ilex as. Telephon
No. 31. Hoover Btroot, Nolson.   Bottlers ol the
1,1111011s at. U'un Hut Springs Mineral Walur
C1ANE & .MAlllO.NAl.il ill. C;,i,e, Julllo
/ A. ALiclunuiiii���Architect-* <uia ���muurln
leiideiits, UrolMlIl Hill UlecS, coiner Hake! uml
U ard Htrecu., .\ulsuu
II J. KVANH tc CO.���Baker Btreet, Nel
li. sue- U huh.Mile duah.rs in lluuurs, cigar*,, cement, lire lirick and lire Slay, water
pipe and sluol rail,., aiel  gmieral OOUlUllSulon
MACHONALII   ft   Co.-Corner   Pruli
and jobbers in blanket*), gloves, nuiu, bout*
rubbers, mauklnawfl and minora' ituudrlou.
il   BURNS tc Co.   linker atreet, Nel-on-
���   Wholosalo dealers 111 frosh and cured
iiicuu,.   (,'uld hturage.
Uakor Street, Nolson��� Wholesale dea
ors in fresh and ourod moats.
J   Street,   Nelsui
hardware,  minors'
- Wholesale  dsalais In
upplios,  sporting goods
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors lo Van
culiver HardwarrCo, Ltd.) ilakor Street,
Nelson- Wholesale dealers hi tianlwn.ro and
mining supplies, plumbum' and tinsmiths' sun
NKLSON    HARDWAHK   CO.-Wholesalo
paints, oils and glass; ineclianlos' tools
Agents roi Ontario Powder Works; irnamito
litl.I. Ullllii, (.alii I'liijierllis- Wc ure
anxious <<> secure u few free milling gold
propcrlfcs at once. The Prospodtor's Exchange, Nelson, ".. ���, Uomu 1, k W.<.
��.oli> sii.vKit < orr��:it m;au-Mines   nn<i
prospects wauled.   Heitil rrport und sum
plesto'tbfl Prospector's Exchange. Nelsou.
B.C.   Boom I K.-W.-C. blork.
Real Estute, insurance, Money to Loan.
li-Boomllouse, modern, fcio.
r> Room liouse, modem, SIS.
5-Room House,   modern, 910.
Several small houses.
For Sale, a good garden plot.
Nelson Knoa pment No. 7. Moots evory 2nd
and Ith Friday of each month, in odd Follows
Hall, cornor Bakor mul Kootonay stronts.
Nelson. A. H. Clements, ('. P.; D. MoArthu.*
B, S.   Visiting brolhors always wole-iim*.
NKLSON L. O. L. No. 1B02 meets in Fraternity Hal] on first and third Friday ovouings
of each month at 8 o'clock. Visiting member
cordially Invitod. W. W. Bradley, W. K.
A, Minty, It. S. .
NKLSON AKRIK No. 22, K. O. F3��� meets
every second and fourth Wednesdays of each
in oath. Visiting members cordially tuvlb
Charles Prosser, HoeroUry.
Kootonay Tout No. 1, K. O. T. M��� hold their
regular meetings in Fraternity Hall, I. O. O. F.
block, on tbo 1st and 8rd Thursdays of each
month. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to
attend. G. A. Brown, H. K.; A. P. Purdy, Com.'
R, J.Steel. D. S. C.
1st and 3rd Wodoosdayovoningsof
ench month at Fiatornily hall,
cornor of Bakor and Kool,.nay
strools. Visiting brothorn cordially Invited.
KnWAIto MACI-Kon. Secretary.
COURT KOOTKNAY, I. O. F��� No. 313t.
Meetings 4lh Thursday ot month. Fraternal
hall, J A Irving 0 It.   P. U. Flaming. U.S.
Nolson Court Star ol   Kootenay, A. O.  F.
Meets 2nd and   1th   Wednesdays In every
month.  Visiting brethren welcome W. Mac-
Mldar O.K.   1'obort McLood Sec,
Certificates oflmprovements
New Year, Amethystine and Tourmaline mineral claims, situate in the Nelson Mining Divisiou of West Kootenay
Where located���On the Enst bank o
the Oolumbia River, two miles south
of Trail.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, J. D. Anderson, P. L. 8., of Trail, B.C., agont for
W. W. Carlisle, Free Minor's Certificate No. IJ 50354, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Orown Urr.ntsof the nbove claims.
And further take notice that notion,
under section 87, must lie commenced
before the issuance of such Certificates
of Improvemouts.
Dated this 2Uth day of July,   A.  D
Civil Engineer* and Pro   octal Land
1\ O. Box 14S M    on, B.C.
rilURNKR, HIOl'TON & Co.-Corner Vornon
X. and Josephine Streots, Nelson���Wholo
salo dealers In liquors, cigars, and dry goods.
Agents fur P.iljsl, Browing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Ilrewing (Jo ul Calgary.
HCIISON'S HAY Co. - Wholesalo groceries
and liquors eto., Maker Stl*eot, Nelson.
Ollioo comer Hall and Front Streets
Nolson���Lumber, ceiling, llooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes. Got oui
prions.   Correspondence solicited.
r|*t   GALLON Ir. I'D.
. A. >   anil twines.   Always a largi
Dealers In   ore sacks
lock  oil
I'liliiphonc 293,  Uoom II. Iv.VV.U Illock
Dominion and
LaDii Surveyor.
:,::\)nt: kxuhkk, .*<>��� aiiv
Wlndorinoro Mlnos,   ConesoondenoDSoltcuo
OARS.-MilAL3 a la 0ARTE.
Close connection East and Went*
bound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
Direct connection at Ht. Pu.ul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and nil points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for.Eost at'9:lb a m
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 800 pm
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vnncouvor,
Portland, San i'riincibco, and all points
on the Sound,
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
themagnificent steamships North Weet
and North-Land of theNort.hern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For fuKhnr Information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agentof Spokano
Falls * Northern ity., Kaalo & Slocan
Ry., Kootci ai Kailwuy & Navigation
Cr , or to
City Pass, und Tkt   Agt,  W  7nl   W,
Riverside Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TAOKAUUl-Y, Local Agent,
Nelson. II.C
To  All   Eastern   Points   via
Lake Route, All-Rail or Soo
Line, via   St.   Paul   or   Chi
BUFFALO. $76.00.
Sixty    Days'    Limit.
Good going Oct. i-15th
Through Sleeping Cars Kootenay Ldg. to Toronto. Arrowhead to Vancouver.
For  pamphlets descriptive of^.Onn
adian Pncitio tours nnd for Time Tab
Rates,  Tickets,   apply
Ii. L. Bkown, .
City Passenger Agent j
J. S. Cautkb, K. J. Ooylb
Dis. Puna. Agt. A. (.. P. A.
Nelson. Vancouver Nelson Daily Miner Frimy, October ii,  ".oi
i, *,
Willi Laiuliorils who frequently
l__ have    occnsiuii    to    repair
rHpef houses for tenants are in-
variably Bnding Hint paper is oheaper
nnd i'llinitely more satisfactory than
kalsiiiiiint*. paper costs lews nnd wciuh
longer without lieeoniing soiled, It
secures nnil holds it heller class of ten*
hiiIh: in fact a gum I tenant will insist on
having paper. There is Wall Paper and
Wall Paper, our Wall Paper and the
other kind. You will pay no more,
much less, in fact, for our up-to-date
papers than for inferior and older de-
��ii.*iiH elsewhere. Our Fall Sale iH worth
lhe al teiitioii of overy householder,
��� lUUVM/lfW ww-vwvw-vs ���
A barge of Ininlier was brought in
yesterday from I'ilot Hay hy the tug
The Kaslo yesterday brought in
forty tins of Hamblcr-Cariboo ore for
the Selby smelter at San Francisco.
There will he a reception held this
evening to welcome Grandmaster Hogg
of the I. 0. (I. V., et Fraternity hall.
The Singer Sewing Machine Company
havo taken a store 011 Baker street
where a permanent agency iH lo be
Colliogwuod Sobreibcr, deputy minister of railways, and party, left yesterday over the Crow's Nest railway
for the east. He has jnst completed
the in.spetion of the Proctei branch of
that line.
Word was received today that the
body "f Harold Strachan would not
reach Nelson before Sunday night, so
that the funeral which was to have
beon held on Sunday afternoon wil]
have to be postponed.
The funeral of \V. Walters was
held yesterday afternoon at 3.30. K.
T. Smith, who took up the subscription to pa) the funeral expenses,
wishes to thank the people cf Nelson
who wore approached in tlie matter
for their  generosity.
Rev. 0, M. Tale, who has spent 30
years among the Indians of liritisli
Columbia, is visiting the city and
will givo an account of mission life
illustrated by many beautiful views
at the Methodist church this evening,
(Friday   nt s p. in.)
Less than .'10 names have been added
to the Provincial voters list at Nelson
since new year. Of these 11 have been
put in since October 1 Ith. In older
that the na'iics may bo confirmed at
the court of r.'vision they must bn on
the preliminary list before October
In chambers yectcrdHy before Judge
Korin leave was given to issue aud
serve a summons applying fur the
postponement oi the trial of the two
cased of Dockstader vs. llotsford, arising out of the Callahan vs. Copeland
case, respecting the ownership of the
Cody l'i action mineral claim. Leave
was also given in the case of Adams
vs. P. ,1. lliciifiy of Sandon, to amend
the statement of defence.
Tickets for the ball and supper to
be given on Tuesday next at the
I'liair by the Ladies' Hospital Aid
society, are selling with groal
rapidity. The function promises to
bo ono of the most successful ever
held iu thu city. Several well known
young people are practicing ior the
prize dance for the big enl.e. Tickets,
SI, fill.
At the Madden house last evening,
a miner who had taken a drop too
much, started oil' for bod, but not taking a straight line headed into a large
mirror. He immediately backed off,
bowing and saying, "Vuu pass lirst,
sir. You are the oldest. Yes, 1 insist, sir." However, tho reflection
was obdurate, and also backed away,
und as several men cam. in from the
other room to tint! out whom he was
talking to, he went through the door,
saying   as   he   did so,    ''No,  I'm not
His Honor Judge Forin yesterday
heard thc trial of the County court
case of Zatoni vs. Canada Western Assurance company, postponed from last
sitting of the court. In tins caso the
plaintiff sues foi ,*>0 sick bonclits foi
the time he was laid up as the result
of an accident. He had made application for the policy to an agent and
paid the premium early in December
ol last year, but the mono; did not
reach the hoad ollice at Winnipeg
until December _llrd, and the policy
was dated December 2atli, or Christmas day, while Zatoni was injured
on December 34th, The defence elainied thnt the insurance did not go Into
effect until the date of the policy, and
that tho policy being dated on a statutory holiday, wal null and void. Ilis
Honor decided tbat the insurance took
effect when the nionoj was paid and
that the date of the policy was noi
materially as regards tho contract
between the parties. He consequently
gave judgment for the plaintiff for
(the full amount sued for.
Constable Allan Forrcstor, of Bob-
siui, yesterday laid formal information against Michael Smitb before
Judge Forin so that ho may bo held
pending extradition proceedings. E.
.1. Lower;, a sheriff's officer of Republic, arrived last night to prosecutu
the caso which will oome before Judge
Forin as soon as possible.
J.A.Ilakor, of Slooan Miners'union,
and a mombor of tho executive of
tho Western I'oderation of Miners,
came iu yesterday on business connected with that organization. Speaking of general conditions affecting
the miners, .Mr. linker said he thought
thoir greatest tionble lay in the very
prevalent     practice   of     deliberately
making the miners'term of employment short. They consequently, could
never look forward to permnnance of
residence and this   tendered them   In*
disposed to accept the responsibilities
of home lifo.
J. A. Edson, tho dny clerk at the
Hums had a close call on Wednesday,
lie and Archie McDonald were examining a Lce-Metford six shooter of
the latest type. linllets from those
weapons have a long range and groat
penetrating power. While Mr. McDonald was examining tlie pistol it
was accidently discharged and the
muzzle was so close to Mr. Edson's
face that the powder burned It. The
bullet, whioh was a soft nosed oue,
buried itself ln an electric light fixture which bounded back with the
shock and this stopped its course. It
was a very narrow escape, however,
for Mr. Edson, and in future he says
he will "beg to be excused" when examinations of pistols are   in progress.
whilo the Shamrocks are willing to
let a single game decide. No settlement was roached. Another meeting
will be held tomorrow
Montrenl, Oot. 10.���Tho pulice court
yesterday witnessed a lively scene. A
lawyer named Des Hosiers objected to
filing an exhibit and when pressed to
do so by his opponent, M. LaFortune,
tore it up. LaFortune went al
Des Hnsiors saying. "This is where
you get it gcod, " Judge Lafontainc
intercepted the ollicers who were
ahout to Beparato the lighting men.
saying, "Let thoin fight it out this
time. " The light did not last lung.
Dos Rosiers getting the worst of it,
Then the court adjourned.
Positively after this dato no Lethbridge Gait Coal will bo delivered
excepting paid in advanoe.
William Duncan, well known in
this city, has returned after an absence of a year in S"uth America.
A. C. McDonald, Hiitish Columbia
agent for the Fairbanks Co., left yesterday for Vancouver, which is hie
(I. H. Williams, tne popular travel,
iug freight agent of the (ireat Northern railway, passed through Nolson
yesterday from Rossland, enroute for
Kaslo on a business visit.
l'hair.���A. F. Rich, S. 0. Covcll,
Iloiton; (J. Ford, Winnipeg; W. F.
Stout, Toronto; L. A. Campbell, Robs-
land; F. Outrain, Winnipeg, S. H.
(Jrecn, Kaslo; Lieut.-Col. Holmes,
Victoria* L. U. Christie, Sandon ; II.
F. Ceperly, Vancouver; J. F. Col loin,
Oakland; II. D. Cnrtz, Slocan; W. C.
Adams, Midway;   J. Horon, Spokane.
Hume���C. E. Chipman, Kaslo; II.
E. Weetloufcr, lierlin, ; J. Henry,
Ainsworth ; A. ,1. Scott, Robt. Scott,
Sliual Lake; A. O. Pemborton, Kamloops; T. M. Davis, London; Chas.
1 if. Enterprise; ,1. A. Hogan,
Queens���Rev. J. O. llodnrd, (Ireenwood; Hov .1. H. Cote, Sandon;.). J.
Shea, Trail; D. Stephens, Nelson; E.
J. Dowry, Republic; Oeo. Waite,
Cnand Central���W. J. Illewctt, Camborne;.!.  II.  Moneron, Ottawa.
The Queen Studio is displaying a
beautiful line of framed and unframed
pictures It's worth your while to
call and see them.
Coal From North Fork ���Rig Railway
(band Forks, Oct 10���The customs
revenue at this port last month wns
slightly in oxcess of .K,000.
L, A. and Mrs. Manly, of this city,
havo gone to California on a pleasure
Some splendid specimens of bituminous coal from the latest eoal discovery
on the cast fork of the nortli fork of
Kettle river near Franklin camp aro
011 exhibition in this eity.
This was pay-day on the Republic &
Grand Forks railway when abont
830,11110 were disbursed,
Mrs, Geo. A. Fraser and Miss
Mamie Eraser bave returned from an
enojayble visit to relatives at Woodstock, O.it. Miss Clara Farrell, a
sister of Mrs. Fraser accompanied her
home and will visit hore.
A. L. Clement, C, 1'. R. local agont
has gone east on a holiday trip,
Vioenzon I'iero, an Italian laboror,
fell underneath the wheels while attempting to board a freight train near
Gilpin's the other day. His light log
was badly shattered above the knee.
I'ieroa wus romoved to the hospital
hero and the injured limb was amputated by Dr. Northrop. The Italian
will recover.
The Humming Bird mine has resumed shipments to the Granby
Montreal, Oct.   1(1.���Tho   Vancouver
and   Shamrock   managements   held a
oonferenoe  tonight as to  whether a
single game or a .'cries of three gamos
should decide the possession of tho
Minto cup.     Vancouver wants   three,
Colon, (let. 10.���An official bulletin
dated from Haranuilla, Oct. li, makes
the following statement but gives no
details ol the event reforrod to: "The
Frenoh steamer Fonrnol brings news
that General Uribe was utterly routed
st Tachira and arrived at Maraeinuo
on tne morning of October 3rd."
Montreal, Oct. 10.���Mr. and Mrs.
Willfiid Chapleaul left their three
young children asleep in bed this
ovening and went to a neighbors
house. A lamp left burning in the
kitchen, presumably exploded, and
when thc firemen had extinguished
the flames, the ohildren were found
Quebec, Oct. 10.���Trouble is expected again in the Queouc Bhoo factories.
Last spiing Archbishop liegin mado a
settlement, which all the men but the
machinists have accepted. The manufacturers have notified maohine opera*
tors that if by Saturday they havo nol
complied they will be discharged.
A deposit of very rich ore has been
found on the Metropolitan in Trout
Lake district, about four miles from
the Silver Oup. Charles McCrossan,
backed by Minneapolis people, Is developing it. The ore iB galena and IS
men   will   be   engaged   all    winter.
Victoria, Oct. 10.���Messrs. Logan &
Co., of this city have bought the tug
Altion and are building a number of
scows with which to cany ore from
Texada island to thc Irondalo smelter.
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 10.���Geo.
Green, of San Francisco, got the
decision ovor Tommy Ryan in the
sixth round in a bout at a loeal club
Port Elgin, Ont., Oct. 10,-The old
Royal hotel building, used recently as
an apple evaporating faotory, was
burned this morning. Loss (5,000;
partially Insured.
Chatham,     Ont.,    Oct.   HI.���Harry
Cameron   was   sentenced to five yoars
in Kingston   penitentiary   today   for
passing counterfeit money.
Ottawa, Oct. 10.���The population of
Keewatin     district     south    of   Fort
Churchill is returned at 5,3.5.
All members of the Nelson company, Rooky Mountain Rangors, having rilles in their possession ate required to turn thorn in to the armory
this morning for the regular inspection of the arms and accoutrements
whioh will take place today by
Lieut.-Col. Holmes. The regular inspection of company drill will take
place this evening.
From oui many articles the pasl
few weeks received from various
sources it will be seen that the
comedy farce, "A Wise Woman," is a
strictly first-class attraction, with
more originality and novel features
than any company that has yet visited
ns. It remains to be seen how they
will be appreciated.
you don't like Blue Ribbon Tta it's
because you never tasted it.
and try a bottle, a d07.cn, or a barrel of
CALGARY BEER a- it Ih the bom und
cheapest oil tho markot. Alao try our
WINES,    LIQUOR8     and    CIGARS.
FRANK   A. TAMBLYN. M._...���.
Tnlcohono 93 Biker St., Neluon
It is just like throwing anny money
when you throw awny the SNOW
SHOE TAGS which aro on every plug
of Bobs, Pay Roll and Currency
Chewing Tobacco. Save tbem and
you enn have your choice of 150
handsome presents, Tags are good up
to Jan. 1st, UM
Ask your dr-aku for our new ilhis-
) 1 .-it i,l catalogue.
lest Transfer Co.
Goal m Wood
Best   Fir and  Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Gbe IRoyal Bank of Canaba"
Incorporated 1869.
Capitol -tatta-rlMd,    .    *   *(,eeu,oeo._e I j-apiinl iMld-np,    .   .   .     ���**.,���.���,,,���
**���**'"' -U.HUI.ikhi M
Board of Mreeton     Thorny K. Kenny,  President;   Thoniaa Kltohlo, VleeVnM���
Wiley Sinit-i   II. O. Ilauld, Hon. I>avld MucKoon. "a.
** -- M       ......... ll.lllfl,V   *
Offloe on   Haker Street
Tel. 'X*
Porto Rico, Lumber
Co., Limited,
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always In
Wn carry n oomploto .-lock of Coast Flooring
Colling, Insldo Finish, Turnod Wurk. clash and
I)uoi>. Spoclal ordor work will receive pronipl
attention*   Mall creeis solicited.
Porto Eico Lumber Co.,
Head Ollico���Hi*��*irvr and Veinon ft., Nolnon
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Moncroftl
Allan Lino Australian Oot. 26
Allan Line Protorian Nov. 2
Allan _Uno Tunisian  Nov. 7
Beavor Lino Lako Chan-plain Oot. 26
BoavorLino Lako MoganLio Nov.  1
Boavor Line Lako Blnicoo Nov. 8
From Portland, Mo,
Dotni lion Lino Cambroman Oel.'-i*.
Dominion Lino  Vancouver Nov. ii
From Now Yorb
Cunard Lino   EtrilTi*   Oct. 2G
Ounard Line Campania Nov. \i
White Ht-ir Line Celtic.   Oo ti. 22
WhitoStar Line T_.it.on-c <)ci.23
White Star Lino Uormants Oct.. 4(1
American Line Philadelphia, .Out. 23
Amorlcan Lino at.  Paul t-U-t.3.1
Anohor Line Anohorla Oct, un
Anohor Lino Furae-wia Nov. 2
N. G. L. KalBor Wilhelm derOrosso���Oct* 22
Prench Lino LAnuitalno Oct.. 24
French Lino Ln Champagne Oti.31
Hamburg-American Duotschland.,  Oct. 31
Allan Stato Lino Laurontian Oct. .'to
Fiom Host on
Dominion Line Commonwealth Oot. 2;.
Doudnlon Line New Filmland   ..Nov.  20
Outlaid Lino Saxon ia  Nov. 2
Further paillngo for lhe above lines alao
French. Rod Star, Holland*Amorlcan, II. A. P
Co., N. O. Lloyd on application,
Gen. Agent, Winnipeg, Mai
J. 8. CARTER, I). P. A��� Nelson,
b'liiiieH in tho iibove Compan*-* can be
liotiKlit for 35 cents now.
Kosli in your orders us there is
cvory prospect ot unothei advance in
the m-nr future.
H. & M. BIRD
A ten-roomed house and corner
lot on Stanley street, close to Baker
street complete with furniture. A
Bargain for immediate sale. Terms
on part of the purchase money.
Several good houses  al   reduced
rents.    Call and see our list.
l & CO.        |
I       MADDEN    BLOCK       I
��� ^I^CIl ij  and
��� Phone 117
Be  sure and get tiie genuine   BENNETT'S GOTTA PERCHA FUSE, not
something that looks   like   it.     aw.
rencc Hardware C;,*., Ajrea*'!'i
Brewer-* o! Fine Laget
Beer and Porter,
II.-ml OHlce HnuriiA :
M,.,,,.r .1 Muniuror Kilson L. I'cuho, Montroal.
BipiSSlfflFS Branches, and Socretary, W. Ii. Torrance, Hallf...
Rrnn    en 1
���ova   Roolla-IInlllax   Branch,   AntlROiiM
Hrlilirowator, Unynliorii. liOiidonilurr-*, l.u
cnlinrf.. Mr'I land (Hunt*' Co.). I'H'toii, Port
Hawkonbuiy, Hyduey. Shuhenacadic, I ruru,
-fair    llrun���� Irk - Ilathnrnt,     Dorchostor,
Froderlcloii, KliiKnton (Kent I'o.l, Moncton Nowonrtlo, Hack villi), HI, Johu-WoodatOOk'
I', k. inland���Charlottetown, Bumniernlde.
r.ebee���Montreal,  (Oity   onicd   m������,   ,
*    , End ICor. ...tro   ii, ��� ,' ���_ "i?1
i Street*);  Wont.nioiinl go.!offi
nonrH oitoolhi;   wOHl.nionnt  ll'nr   n!   '**
Avenue and St. Oatbarlaoa StXe     '"*
Onlail,,    Hilawa.
NevtTotiiHllniifl���St. John'ii.
culm, went Indies���Havana,
"  lied Mali
Dolled ��Ules-Now York (iu BxohaoRc PUm
ic, Wanh. ''���*-**
Fur&s, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vanconver
Vancouver East End, Victoria. '
Inn i -.n- mili-iils i
Caiicila-Merehnnl" Hank of Canada,   Bw.li.ii-National Hhawmut, Hank.   Chleato - 111
��� pIhco���First National  Hunk.   I.iiii��l���n,   Kng#_.;*
Trail and Bavlnga Hank. Han I'ram*
-llmik ol
Scotland.  VorlB, France���Oridll Lronnale,   Bermuda���Bank of Bermuda.   Ohlna anil j!
pan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Upokane���Old National Bank,
Ueneral Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  U_u?h
and Sold, l__��ters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.    Interest ullowed on ipeolul
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
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| NO. 4 K.-W.C. BLOCK, NELSON. B. C. *f
J Gold, Silver-Lead   and  Copper Mines wanted at tlie EXCHANOE.   |
. FREE   MILLING   GOLD  properties  wanted at once for Eastern  %
Parties  linvinp   mining   property for   sale are   requested to send
samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition,
We  desire  to  hear from prospectors who have promising mineral
claims in Hritish Columbia,
Prospectors  and   mining  men   are requested   to make  the  EXCHANGE their headquarters when iu Nelson.
All samples Bhould be sent by express,  PREPAID,
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
Telephone No. 104.
P. O. HOX 700.
B  0.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelaon, Kasio
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Ordera by maii to anv branch will have careful awl oronuit attention.
_______ {
Savings Bank Department,    f
Deposits lteccivcd and Iiitm-st Allowed.   Present Rate 8 Per Cent "
I Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager, j
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Willi Which 15 Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up   Capital,   88,000,000)    Reserve   Fund,   $2,000,000;
Aggregate Resources Over 805,000,000.
HON. OEO. A. COX. President.     IJ. E. WALKER, Ueuernl Maunger.
Loadoii Oflice: 60Lombard Street,  P.. C.
New York OHlce; 16 lixdianj-e Pluce.
Aad 08 branches in Canada and tho United Suite.-*, including:
NKI.80N Sandon
Nku- Wkstminbteu Vancouver
Kossland Viotohia
ati.in Greenwood
Fernie Nanaimo
XSEOfi IlIS'l'ltlCT-IlAWSIIN AMI VVlim; HllliSK.
ii mi hi) a I'ATKsi���Nkw York, San Francisco, skatti.e, Portland, Bkaoway,
Special Features of the
Florence   Hot   Blast
Our New Idea Deflector Fire Tot greatly increases the heatinf,** capacity of the stove, and in connection with the dellector* ring forces the
heat to the lloor. The base is hot, the lloor being warmer than wUh a
base burner.
The Hot Blast Attachment takes in the cold air through a duct at the
rear of the fire pot, thc heated air being discharged in a circle at the top
Ol lire pot, over lire, thus consuming all the gases and products of combustion. It can be operated in connection with tlie front draft door, Of
independently, by a screw register in lhe rear of base, insuring complete
control ol the stive with nearly perfect combustion.
lhe large Hot Air Circulating Fine on the back takes the cold air from
the lloor ami elects it intensely heated, through lhe top ad-'ing greatly
to the heating capacity.
Where the stove is operated according to directioiis'we guarantee il to
.-oiisunie all the gas contained in soft coal, thus deriving thc benefit of
all the heat in the fuel consumed, causing a truly remarkab'e saving of
lue ovei any other stove on the market. The stove will hold fire
24 to 48 hours without attention.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn und Poultry in Season
E.  C.   TRAVES,   Manage*.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
O.ders by moil receive careful and prompt attention,


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