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 friytnslsl Library,.',.
Daily Edition No. 1320
It Was A Most Harmonious
And Businesslike
Several   Important Resolutions Adopted.���The
Kamloops, April 17.��� The convention cloEed its lahor last night just
before midnight liy completing tho
platform, drawing up a set of resolu- i
tions and electing an executive for
permanent organization.
Up to the last everything was carried out in perfect harmony, and there
was every sign of a determination to
holu together.
The oflicers elected represented the
miners, typographical, boilerinakers,
aud railroad unions, but of seven,
three are from tho upper country,
three from the const and one from
Tne plat foi m was adopted and roar-
ranged in the afternoon, leading Socialists deilaring themselves satined
and willing to accept , the decision of
the majority.
Tho following resolutions ware
l Tnat all school books should be
printed in the province.
;. Condemning provincial attorney-
general and minister of justice for
inaction in enforcing the alien law,
and asking that action should he made
:i. That Canadian telegraphs should
bu asHuiuuu by tne government.
4. Dominion government to legalize
the union label.
5. Provincial government to place
union label on all its printing.
ti. Condemning Sunday lahor.
7. Endorsing Smith Curtis' bill on
trades unions, and that of J. Hawthorn thwaite on workingmen's compensation.
8. Makiog oriminal the non-payment
of wages
��. Condemning past ano present governments, and approving the formation of a now party, and naming the
samo as the Provincial Progressive
The convention then elected as officers of its permanent organization:
Chris Foley, Miners' union, Rossland,
president; James Wilks, Miners' union, Nelson, vice-president; J. D, Mc-
Niven, Typographical union, Victoria,
secretary-treasurer; Watson, boiler-
maker, Vancouver; Buckle, Typographical union, Nanaimo; Stevens,
railroad employe, Kamloops; Bucton,
Miners' union, Phoenix, executive
committee. Corresponding secretaries
to be  elected  by  local   organizatons.
Some speeches and votes of thanks
terminated the proceedings. The executive council held its first met/ting
men, recruited nt IMeiboro, will accompany them.
The conrl of appeal today gave
judgment in u case respecting the
const! tu tonality of the Lords' Day e it
of Ontario. The decision, Chief Justice Armour dissenting, sustains the
law in icgaril to the prohibition of
Sunday sales, Sunday labor excursions, and streets cars, but holds that
the provincial act doia not apply to
corporations operating exclusively
under Dominion franchise, nor to individual   employees   of   corporations.
The latter exception "ill probably
greatly nullify the working of the
Lieut.-Col. Pellatt, who will command the Canadian contingent, whioh
will attend the coronation,lias offered
to tend the bugle band of the Queen's
Own Hide corps he commands, al his
own expense.
Canadian Pacific Has Foe-nun   Worthy
of Its Steel.
Montreal, April 17.���Tho acquisition oi the Ottawa, Northern and
Western linos by the Canadian Pacilic
Hallway company, which is practi-
oally an accomplished fact,is an event
whose tremendous import and significance were entirely unrealized by the
journals ia which the announcement
was made for the flrot lime to the
public recently.
It marks the beginning ol the grimmest and (iercost struggle that has yet
been ktown in the history of rail
roading and of   commerce.
t is the preliminary to the first
round in the grapple of giants for the
transportation of the present and potential commerce of Canada to the
markets of tbe world���the giants being the Canadian Pacific railway company on the one hand and thc Vanderbilt capitalists of the United States on
the other.
Nklson,   British Columbia, Friday,  April i8, 1902
Eleventh  Year
10   other   dattos assuring  PfipPPTOrvT
friendly intentions ol tha|UUJUXlUJ.UJ.1
In Spite of Threatened Shortage of Meat
No Concessions   Will   Be
Made at Present.
New Loan Over Subscribed���-Spion Kop
Dispatches Show Buller in Worse
Light Than Ever.
Martin Gets Through His Bill Against
Aliens Voting.
Victoria, April 17.���Speaker Pooley
ontertained thu members at dinner
Hon. J. D. Prentice promises the
estimates tomorrow and the budget on
Hon. Jos. Martin's bill prohibiting aliens from voting in municipal
elections in Vancouver passed the
house bv 23 to 13 this afternoon. The
objections to thiB bill was that it was
really only an amendment to a private act applying only to tho city of
Vancouver. The whole house affirmed
the prinoiple of the bill.
A deputation from tbe Caaners' association waited on the government
this morning and protested against
the lifting of tho reserve on the foreshore for trap fishing and suggested
that the reserve be maintained till
traps are legalized and that rights be
then j,auctioned off to the highest
Col. Pellatt to Tako Band   to   London
to Own Expense.
Toronto, April 17.���Party of   25   recruits for fourth   contingent    left   Ior
Halifax   tbis   morning.   Twenty-five
House Passes Amended Chinese Exclusion Hill.
Washington, April 17.���Tie memhers ot the house who bave been
chiefly interested in advancing the
Chinese exclusion bill decided alter
informal conference today to accept
the same substitute adopted yesterday,
continuing in force the present laws
and applying them to our insular
Detroit, April 17.���James Hawley,
aged UO. shot and killed his brother,
Edward Hawley, Bged 41, in their
saloon tonight. They and their brother, Luke, are owners of a tug line,
and of the saloon in which the shooting occurred.
Amsterdam, April 17.���Much anxiety is felt at the Queen's illness. Her
temperature waB 104 yesterday, but as
one of tbe specialists summoned from
Ley den bas departed, it is thought
that tho ciisis is past. Prince Hjnry
exhibits much anxiety ard seldom
leaves tne Queen's bedside.
Halifax, April 17.���Conductor Crai-
eie of the l.C.R. has been committed
at St. Peters, 0, II., to the supreme
e urt on the charge of causing thc
death of Captain Angus Stewart,whom
he put oft* u passenger train, a fast
freight coming along and killing him.
Now York, April 17.���The Toronto
lacrosse players followed up their
grand display against Kent by trouncing Essex 14 goals to 3, says a London
dispatoh to the Tribune. It is now
recognized that It will cake a good
team to stop the Canadians.
Washington, April 17.���Senator
Morgan, chairman of tne Isthmian
Canal commission, made a strong appeal today in tho senate in favor of
the Nicaraguan route.
New York, April 17.���A Brooklyn
syndicate nas been formed to arrange
with Santos Dumont to navigate irom
Hi ighton Reach around the statue of
Montreal, April 17.-The C.P.R. today awarded the contract to build a
two million bushel steel elevator at
Fort William to V. J. Wober, of Buf-
alo, N. Y.
London, April 17. ���A meeting of
the Butchers' association here tonight,
at which representatives of the entire
moat retail trade of London were present, unanimously petitioned pnrlia-
ment to remove the existing restrictions on the importation of cattle
from Canada and Argentina. Thu
meeting asserted that -n view oi the
reduction in the American meat supply, the action thoy asked waa imperative in order to prevent a meat
famine during the coronation of the
Reason* similar to those adopted tonight will be presented at a meeting
of representatives of the meat trade
from 120 oities of tho United Kingdom, which will be held at Manchester on April 23.
In replying to a question in the
House of Comrncns this evening, R.
W. Uanbury, president of the board
of agriculture, said the government
had no reason to apprehend a serious
meat shortage and that it could not
enturtain a proposal to remove tbe restrictions on cattle imported from
In thc House of Lords today ofiicia!
announcement was made of the annulment of the bankruptcy of the
Duke of Manchester, enabling him
again to take his seat among tbe
heriditary legislators of the British
The portion of the new British war
loan offered for public subscription,
��10,000,000, bas been over subscribed
thirty to forty times and is now
quoted at 1 per cent, premium.
The parliamentary secretary foi the
foreign office, Lord Cranborne, in tbe
House of Commons today, answering
a question said the British ambassador at Washington, Lord Paunoefote,
will be instructed to call the attention of the government off thu United
States to the effect of the Philippine
hemp tariff on tlie rope industry of
Great Britain.
Official   Dispatches   Show     That   He
Seriously Blundered.
London, April 17.���All the official
dispatches referring to the defeat bus-
tained by the British troops under
Gen. Buller at Spion Kop, Natal, on
January 14, 190U, we-e given out this
morning. These hitherto unpublished
dispatches merely emphasize how
hopelessly muddled were the prcpar-
alions for that engagement. The
controversy between Gen. Buller and
tlen. Sir Charles Warren is proved to
have been an even more bitter one
than previously hinted at while a new
extract from one of Lord Robert's despatches brings additional ccasure on
Gen. Buller.
Lord Roberts declares that Gon.
Buller's endeavor to pnt the responsibility for the defeat, on Gen. Warren
was not justifiable.
Roberts holds that it was Buller's
duty to intervene when he saw that
things were going wrong. This remark was caused by a dispatch from
Buller in which he says: "1 saw no
attempt on the part of Warren to
either grapple with the situation or
command his force himself. We lost
our chance by Warren's slowness. He
seems to me to be a man who can do
well what ho can do himself, but,who
cannot command. I can never put him
again in an independent command.
I ought to havo assumed command
myHelf when 1 saw things were not
going well, I blame myself now fir
not doing so.'
nave discredited the latter with thc
troops, which was an especially serious matter, as if Uuller had been
shot Warren would have succeeded to
the supreme command.
The question of the responsibility
for the actual retreat from Spion Kop
is shrouded in a maze of despatches
proving that a mistake had been made
in sending out a heliograin and that
there was a general desire to shirk the
message to th
them  of the
I United States but warning tbem tbey]
I most deliver up the assassins of the |
American Boldicrs. The general i'c-
mined the dattos that the island of
I Mindano had passed into the possession of the United Staled by the
treaty of Paris and that the Americans intend to explore the country
and build roads and otherwise occupy
it, peaceably if possible, but that
they will not hiook interference on
the part of the native thirls. Thc
general added that the Americans
would not interfere with religion, but
will unfailingly protect the American
civil and military officials in tho discharge of their duties. A force of
1,200 men under Col, Baldwin will
start on April 2.1th from Malalmngo
for Lano loavlng behind a reserve of
000 men.
Gen. ChafTee is sending the transport Hancock to Mindano. in case tho
dattos resist, which seems probable,as
they muster a total oi 20,000 men, of
whom 000 sre armed with rides. The
remainder are spoarmen and bolo
men. These natives are a different
breed of lighters from the Tagals of
Luzon. They are religous lanatics,
to whom death while fighting is regarded as being a passport to heavcu.
Tne American officials hope however, to avert a crisis.
Witnesses Brought From Africa to Appear Against Lynch.
London, April 17.���Although there
is no indication that Col. Arthur
Lynch, who formerly fought on the
Boer side in tho South African war
and who was elected to represent Gal-
way City in parliament in November
last iia�� any intention of placing
himself within reach of the British
courts, the government is bringing
witnesses from South Africa to testify
in support of the oharges of treason
against Col. Lynch.
Lewis Handley, an American by
birth, but a naturalized llritish subject, and a farmer in the vicinity of
Glencoe, Natal, landed in England
this morning. He says Col. Lynch
was with tho leader of a Boer force
principally composed of Irishmen
whicn raided his farm in 1HOO,0 onfiR-
cated his stock and othor moveables.
Lynsh informed Handley tnat he was
a British subject.
Daily Mail Says British Offers Will
Likely Be Accepted.
London, April is.���Tbe Daily Mail
claims to havo authority to announce
that a basis of peaco has been practi
eally agreed upon at Pretoria, but it
says that some little time will elapse
before tbe details of the plan can be
The paper adds that upon finding on
Wednesday that the British government refused to modifyjits terms with
regard to amnesty, banishment and a
responsible government, the BoM delegates met again on Thursday. The
British decision practically leaving
them the alternative of accepting the
British terras or breaking up the conference was then communicated to
them and the delegates proved more
reasonable. Wten Loid Milner, the
British high commi-sioner in South
Africa, promised thc delegates one or
two seats in tbe legislative council
subject to tbe approval of the government and pending the restoration of a
responsible government they practically agreed to accept tke llritish
Some details, continues tbe Dailv
Mail, which are not likely to create
difficulty still remain to be settled.
Lord Milner has summoned an Australian expert from Johannesburg,
who Is to assist in estimating the cost
of rebuilding and restocking the Boer
farms. The delegates,[the paper concludes, have acted so far quite independently of   their   reprenntatives   in
Thirty Chineso Towns Held and Insurgent Well Armed.
Hong Kong, April 17.���A Chinese
banker who lied from the province
Kwang Si and has arrived here, says
the rebels in that province hold over
30 towns and villages, that they arc
well aimed wilh Manser rifles and
revolvers which were smuggled into
Kwang Si from the F'rencb protectorate of Annam by contrabandists disguised as opium merchants.
Tbe rebels bave adopted the name of
tbe Hung Siu Chucn, the famous
loader of the Taj Ping rebellion. Thev
huve placarded the countrv with announcements that the present dynasty
has sold parts of China lo foreign
powers. These posters urge the people
to resist the collection of tuxes for the
payment of the international
Redmond   Declares   Ireland
Will Meet Blow With
Accuses England of Fomenting Grime Where None
l.'nity of Civio Guards Indicate
Strcngtn of Dissentients.
Rrussel, April 17. ��� After the
adjournment of the chamber today a
monstei socialist meeting was held in
tho Maison du Peuple. M. Vender-
velde and cithers made speeches but
the gathering was orderly.
Senator Lafontaine made a final appeal to King Leopold tonight to avert
a struggle by so-ne concessions but according to the best information the
King is not inclined to dissolve the
parliament. Rioting, it is reported,
haB occurred at Aricn where several
strikers and a number of the civio
guard were wounded, lt is rumored
that a company of the civic guards
has mutinied.
London. April 17 ���In the House of
Commons today John Redmond, the
Irish Nationalist leader, spoke of the
Crimes Act proclamation issued last
night by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Earl Cardigan. lie said that an
infamous conspiracy was on foot In
Kngaml to foment crime in Ireland
where no crime existed.
The stories of outrage and violence
in Ireland were infamous calumnies.
The Nationalists iu Ireland were only
governed by a contemptible minority.
This statement was cheered hy t' 0
Irish members. A hundred men, Mi.
Redmond continued, stood ready to
repl&Ce every man sent lo prison ill
tnis struggle. They entreated Mr.
Wyndham, Ihe chief secretary foi Ireland,to change his policy, but ii he
continued would meet him face to fuco
and give blow for hlow. Their answer to his coercion of Ireland would
be to harden their hearts, strengthen
their organization aud compel redress.
Mr. Wyndham replied that while it
was true that there was a eomparn-
t've absence in Ireland of crime
against the person, the lives of peoplo
were made miserable by Intimidation
and boycotting, Tho government wns
not acting from political motives but
a* tho remit of a in��B9 of information
laboriously collected and carefully
A motion for adjournment to discuss coercion, made liy iir. Redmond,
was rejected   by a vote of 2f>i!   to   184.
John Redmond and John Dillon
have despatched a joint cablegram to
ex-Congressman ,iohn !���', Fiuncrty, of
Chicago, appealing for American sympathy and support in the struggle
against coercion.
Chaffee   Offers Tbem Penci
Tbey Will Likely Fight
Manila, April 17.���Gen. ChafTee bas
returned here from Malabang,    island
tf Mindano.    Me says the dattos  have
I not responded tu his invitation to take
! part   in   a   conference   but the   Datto
Buller explains   tbat   he   failed   to I Grande   came   to  the American camp
supersede  Warruu   because   it  might j and through nlm,   Gen. Chaffee sent a
Dr. Sauer Expects Boors to Ask to
Bought Out.
London, April 17.���Dr. Hans Saner,
a loyalist Afrikander, who spoke at
Bradford tonight, waa not optimistic
about the Boer-British peace negotiations. He sai d he thought it quite
probable that tho Roers wonld ask
Great llritain for ��M),000,000 or ��90,-
UOO.000 and agree in return to clear
out of South Africa altogether.
London, April I..���Serious fighting
is reported in Croatia-Stavonia, iu
Serious rioting is repoited from the
southern manufacturing districts of
Russia among tho worklngmen,though
the students havo been put down, li
is feared that the murder of M. Sipia-
guino is tho rr su It of a widespread
Berlin, April 1.���To encourage rowing the emperor has otTered prizes for
competition among the university students.
Emperor William bits left on his
great yachting trip. In addition to
members of the cabinet, military and
naval officers, the party Includes .'iU of
lhe heads oi German commercial and
manufacturing enterprises.
Will Fight in California and What
Jeffi ios Says Goes.
New York, April 17.���Boh Fitzsimmons sent a telegram today to J. .1.
Jeffries saying ho was convinced that
the only state where a glove contest
between them could he   held   without
interference was California.   Fit/sim-
mons lurther said that he would meet
Jeffries anywhere in California and al
any tisie and box for the championship of the world, and thai he would
leave tbe management oi tbe arrangements to Jeffries, be to do the best
possible for all concerned.
New Record For Date of Opening St.
Lawrence Navigation.
Montreal, April 17. ���The shipping
season opened today with th arrival of
steamship 1'remona from Messina
with a cargo of frul. The Freironn
broke two records. She was lhe earliest arrival from sea in the history of
thic port anu she brought the largest
fruit cargo ever arrived  In   Montreal,
W. K.   K.  ALLAN  DEAD.
St.John, N.H., April 17. ��� W. K.
Allan, accountant for tbo Fredericton
Boom Co., and sun of the late Sir
John Allan, chief justice of New
Brunswick,  died  last night.
New York, April 17.
Load,   steady
Brookvllle, April 17.���Robert Clark,
of Beid'a mills, went out hunting and
failing to return, a search party
started out. He was found dead, bis
face buried in leaves and dirt. Ho la
thought to have taken an epileptic fit.
Motapedia, Que..April 10.���A large
portion of the village was burned u>>
dny, including Gillis' house and store,
Ferguson's house and store, Dorin's
honse, nud the Catholic church. The
loss will be hcavv.
Hamilton, Apiil 17.- Mr*. Margaret
Wilson, for   00 years a resilient of thia
, aged BB.
city, is do f
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cly hopeless and ale   now
bring   a    close   to   thc
(In October Oth, 1800, or a little over
two   years   and   a   half  since,   Pani
Kruger,    president of   the  Transvaal
issued his historic ultimatum,   which
was framed for the   purposo of   deliberately   bringing   on   hostilities.     It
demanded    that   the   llritish    troops
massed on the border of tho Transvaal
bo withdrawn, that ah rotnforcemenU
which had arrived within tho previous
year   should   leave  South Africa  and
that those which weie then ou the sea
should be sent   bach   without   disembarking.       Falling    a    satisfactory
answer within 4S hours   "the   Transvaal   government   nit], with groat regret, le compelled to regard the action
of   Her   Majesty's   government   as  a
formal declaration of war, for the consequence   of   which   it will not hold
tself responsible."
The answer despatched the next day
(Oct. 10) through   Sir   Alfred   Milner
was: "Ilei Majesty's government have
received with deep regret   the peremptory demands of the government of tbe
Mouth Afiican   republic,   conveyed   in
your telegram of   the   8th of   October.
Vou will   inform  the government ol
tfle South   African   republic iu   reply
that the conditions demanded   by   the
government of the   Mouth    African re-
puhlic   are   snob   that. Her   Majesty's
government   deem   it   impossiole    to
Such wan the beginning of the war
that has resulted in two and a half
years of fighting and which has led to
the eliminaitou of Boer influence in
Africn and established British
dominance thero firmly and forever.
At the outset of the war the Iloers
ol the two republics were agkressive
and victorious. They invaded llritish
territory and drove tha small forces
opposed to tbem into entrenched
positions and besieged them at Mafe-
king, Kimberley and Ladysmith.
Besides this they drove back at
Colenso and Magersfontein tho commands sent to relieve these places
For a time the fortunes of war
went against the Uritish, but the
garrisons at Matching. Ladysmith and
Kimberley made heroic resistance
and hold out against the fierce attacks
made hy the Iloers in the ir endeavors
to storm these places.
Lord Roberts finally took command,
succeeding Mir Redveis Uuller, and
Kimberley, Ladysmith and Maieking
were relieved. We all remember well
how the people of the Kootenays
celebrated tho relief of Mafeking;
General Cronje was forced into a corner and captured with all of his command, Pretoria, the capital of tbe
Transvnu] was captured and President
Kruger compelled to lice to Europe,
where be aud some of the other agents
of the republics have been unsuccessfully endeavoring for the past year
and a half to induce the intervention
on the part of some one of the powers,
which one they did not seem to care.
After tbe taking of Pretoria Lord
Roberts was succeeded by Lord Kitchener as commander in chief oi tbe
Mouth African forces. Though the
back of the Hoer lesistanco was
broken with the fall of Pretoria and
despite the fact tbat no very large
foico of burghers has since been
assembled to confront tho imperial
troops still tho task assigned to Lord
Kithencr has been one full of diSlcul-
tieH. The Iloers split up int'i small
commandoes under Dewet, Delarey,
Botha, et al, und have succeeded
in prolonging the btruggle by means
of guerilla Warfare. Lord Kitchener,
although his task was a most difficult
one has kept extending a system of
blockhouses and by placing tbe
women, children and other non-
combatants iu concentration camps
and other methods has succeeded in
crowding the commandoes so closely
and harrassing them so severely tbat
tbey finally realized tbat tbo  struggle
was complet
seek i ng to
Considering that the Hoots had been
preparing for tbe struggle for Kev. ral
years, the nature of the country, the
difficulties ���Jiicotintered iu transporting supplies nnd munitions of war,
the distances over which troops had to
he transported from where tbey were
cnlited to where they could fight, the
intimate acquaintance of the enemy
witli the countri'.the friendship of the
Dutch in the Cape Colony witb the
rebels, the stubhorlicss with which
the lioors oarried on the war, and all
of tho circumstjees, the imperial
troops have accomplished wonders,
and aru worthy of great cimmcndn-
tion for the bravery and pcisistcnce
which they have shown. The method
of warfare adopted by the Hoers was
something new to their experience
and at tho onset some mistakes were
made by the llritish soldiery ns the
result of meeting a foe under conditions which they wero unused to.
The cost of tbe war has been grout
iu money and blood but the spoils of
victory will be large and worth all
tbey oost. All feai of Hoer dominance in Mouth Atiica in at un ond.
and will never again be a menace to
British interests thero. Uy putting
down the Iloers, we believe, the way
has heen successfully paved for llritish dominance over a slill larger portion of Africa and it will finally result in ijnperial ownership of the
larger portion of the continent whicb
is one of great natural resources. The
British possessions in northeastern,
eastern and southern portions of
Africa will expand and finally be
joined. The possessions in Western
Africa will also grow till' altogether
they will embiace the major portion
of the continent, wbich will form a
valuable heritage for the Birtish
people nnd one tbat will compensate
ibem manifold for what hus been
spent in carrying on the war.
Hitches have arisen as to terms, but
that tho Boers will be gcnerouslv
treated is shewn in the Speech ol rir
Michael Hicks-Reach in the commons
on Monday when be referred to the
government's intention to restock the
Hoer as well us the colonial farms.
He also praised the valor of the Boers
and expiessed a hope for subsequent
friendships between Britain and Boer
and waB cheered by the members.
Tbe war has beon most chivalrously
conducted and will serve as a model
for future wais. The British army
while fighting the Boers has beon
feeding and oaring for 115,000 of the
wives, children and adult male relatives of the Boers, who are in arms in
the field, or have been dep orted to St
Helena and other places where they
cannot use tlieir guns against tbe
British. Not only are those in the
concentration camps fed and clothed,
but the children are being educated.
A recent report of the officer iu charge
of the Orange River Colony Refugee
camp says that out of 13,000 children
of school age (between 0 and 14) there
are at present over 10,000 on the different school rolls. Tho teaching is
non-political,and with the exception of
hymn and a Bible lesson in Dutch at
the commencement of each session,
work is entirely conucted in the English tongue.
When terms of peace are once
arranged, and they should be concluded shortly, thev will be alike
honorable to both Briton and Boer,
"and with the humane measures outlined by Sir Miohael Hicks-Beacb the
two erstwhile Dutch republics will
soon become loyal British Colonies.
..   IMPORTANT   ..
a clearing
of broken  lines  but  a big,   broad,   comprehensive movement of
That handsome Ilhw Copeland China set  in   the centre of
our  window is only  $21.50, was $27.50.    There  areii2
pieces.     Many other Sets  in  various  oolors and  designs
from $12.25,  were $16.50
In dainty shapes, some in dark blue and  green  tints   with
broad  tracings  of gold,   others  in  pretty  lloral   designs
Krom $4.50, $6.25 were $5-75. $9.50.
Bohemian Glassware in many rich designs $1.75 were $2.50.
Several other kinds $1,60 were $2.50.
A very handsome set of Doulton Ware in green and
12 pieces only $17 was $25.    Others at $2.25, 4.00,
8.00 were 3.25, 5.50, 8.25, 11.00.
5 ��� 7 5 ���
Fred Irvine 8 Go.
To the Busy Housekeeper
What about those new  Bedroom Carpets'(   What about replacing
those old window Shades '.    What about those new Ciu'tnius ?   What
nbout all these little wants of this Benson of the year ?
Our line of House Furnishings is most complete.   Our White Wear
and Corset department is most complete.    Our  Dress Goods department is most complete.    Our Linen department is most complete.
Our Fancy Work department is most complete.
We Will Charge You floderately, Serve You Courteously
and Suit You Perfectly.
Platinum in paying quantities has
been found in the Similaltmeen
country. Samples of the ore from the
Diamond B. and Olympia cliiinis, on
Kennedy mountain, were sent to a
Newark, N. J., firm to be tested, and
they report tliat the ore samples contain platinum in commercial quantities. The finding of platinum in
place has caused no little excitement
and thero is a rush to stake claims
adjoining those in which the platinum is found. Should the deposits
prove as extensive as it is thought
they are there is no doubt that tbo
working of them will prove profitable.
It has long been known that platinum in considerable quantities existed on tbe Tulameen fork of the
Similakmeen river, on the east side of
the Cascade mountains. The area
where it i. most plentiful is in tne
valley of State creek and along the
Tulameen river below its tributary,
Eagle creek.
Nearly all of the commercial olati-
ncm comes from Russia where' the
productive districts are located ilong
the eastern watershed of the L'rals, in
the eastern portion of Perm, in
Kasan, and on the western wutershed
further south, A few vears ago the
largor portion of tbe Russian platinum came from the district of Nijni-
Tagilsk, east of the city of Perm j bnt
now the largest 6Upply comes from
the (loroblagodat and Biserk districts,
about 130 miles further north and
northeast of tho town Nijni-Tagilsk.
from the watershed of the Ural*, two
smull rivers, tho Iss and the Veya,
How eastward and join tht Turn river,
Those interested will kindly call at
Th�� Office where they can find
find out all about it.
if mi'i '���������nil ii imi in lint-Muni umii
and the produotive platinum ground,
about 2.000 square miles in area, is
found along the Iss and the Veya and
on the Tura. The platinum ia found
in the beds of tho streams and above
water level.
Platinum, says Professor J. F.
Kemp, of tbe United States Oeological
survey, is very spareely distributed
in its mother rock and tbe chances of
finding it in sufiloiant quanti'ics to
mine aro small. He thinks that large
and permanent placers are to be looked for in very old land areas which
have been subjected to protracted
degradation and concentration.
It is evident, therefore, tbat tbe finding of platinum in ledges in the
Similkameen is an important event
and as the rivers in the vicinity of tbe
find have platinum is their sands and
banks it, is probable that tbe deposits
are extensive and can bo mined to
The United States senate has
adopted a Chinese exclusion bill submitted hy Mr. Piatt, of Connecticut,
in lieu of tbe more, drastic measure
prepared by tbe senators and representatives of the Pacific coast. Tbo
measure adopted is similar in many
respects to the Oeary exclusion act
which is already in force, witli the
exception that its provisions extend to
the insular possessions of the United
States, and Chinese persons connected
with expositions are to be admitted
and certificates of identifications of
the Chinese in insular professions
like the Philippines are provided for.
The Senate is a conservative body and
represents the railway and commercial interests of the republic more
than the house of representatives,
which is closer to the people, and tho
fact that there was but one dissenting
vote against the bill in tho senate
shows how unanimous is tho sentiment
against the Chinese. The exclusion
bill will new havo to go to the house
where it will be adopted, probably
with some amendments, which will
doubtless be concurred in by tbo
Finest and Best Bar ln th�� city.
The best Brands of Liquors
and Cigars.
$1.00 AND 51.50 PER DAY
JOSEPH harwood,   -   Proprietor
Lawrence Hardware Go.
The Fishing season is now open and we iuvite our friends and
inspect our large and complete stock of
Patrons to
Rods, Reels, Oasts, Flies, Fly Books, Lines, Fishing Baskets, Trolling Spoons
Guns and Ammunition
ZCbelRosaLBank of Ganaba
Incorporated 1869.
it.:i,ooo,ooo.<Mi I Capital Paid-up,
Kl'Kl, . .        .
Capital!. Anthorlied,
Hoard of Dtrer.tora     Thomas E. Kenny,  1'ru.ililunt;   Thomas Rltiohie,
WUev Smith, U. G. llauld, lion. David MnoKeen.
Head oilier, Halifax!
tieneral Manager, Eribon 1. Puane. Montroal.
Superintendent of Brandies,   W, H. Torranoo, Montreal
Branches I
'   WI.!W),IM0.ii||
Nora flentla��� Halllas Branch, Antlgoni��r"
Uridgewnter, Caraquet, Guysboro. Lon
doudorry, Lunonburc. Mallland, (Hants
Co.). Pictou, Port Hawkosbury, Sydney.
Haubonacadie, Truro, Woyniouth.
New Brunswick ��� Bathurst. lliilhousic
Dorchestei Frodorlctou, Moticton, Now
castle, ltoxton (Kent Co.), Sackville St,
P. E. iHlr-nd���Oharlottetowa, SumnmMdn
Quebec-Montreal,   (City   Offlooi,   Montru
'. Noire   1v
Wont Kud (Cor. Nou*e
nou-n Btreefey Wesbnotmt SorToSSae
e ond St. Catharines Stroet
Dame aud Siiig-
""  ICor, Or,
Ontario��� Ottawa.
Newfoundland���St. John'H.
Culm, Went ladles*-Havana.
United HtatCH���New York 1G Hrxehuio Pli
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vanconver
Vanconver East End, Victoria.
Correspondents l
Canada��� Morohantw Bank of Canada.   Boston -Nationa   Shawmut Bunk.  Chicago-Illinois
Truat nnd Savings Bank.  Ban 1'raiiclnco���Nuviulu National Bank.   London, Eng.���B&UR ot
Scotland.   ParU, trance -Credit Lyotirmis.   Bermuda���Bank OI Bermuda.   China aod jn
pan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Spokane- Old National Hank.
General Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills ot Exchange  Bough
and Sold, Letters ot Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received ou the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on specia
deposite and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd. Manager, Nelson, B.C.
sS Be Sure and Get the Genuine. _*
| Lawrence Hardware Company |
B Sole Agents, Nelson, B. C. 3
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E- CROASDAILE Agent Nelson-
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
White   Blouses   st  Kerr   end
I have a complete stock on hand oi
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Ooast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber.
Mill ot PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LARDO.
OAfiS -MEALS a la 0ABTE.
Brewers o{ Fine Loger
Beer and Porter,
Kriaon B, O,
Olose connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spjkane Falls and Northern Railway,
D rect connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points  East and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at .:_Q a, m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:20 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 8:00 p-m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Bound,
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent Btea-nships North-Wesi
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Oompany Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Bail-
For further informatiou, aps, fold
ers, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Ity., Kaslo & Slocar
Ry., Eootei ai Railway A Navigation
Op , or to
City Pass, and Tkt Agt, W 701 W,
Riverside Ave,, Spokaue, Wash.
G. K, TAOKABURY. Local Agent,
N"lsin B O
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'v.
Nelson Sl Fort
Sheppard j-Tv.
Red Mountain R'v.
Eetween Nelson and Spokane
Nelson to Seattle
Nelson to  Vancouver
Nelson to Victoria
2i hours
26 hours
2_ hours
Y. O. GRKKN        F. S. OLEMENTo
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
cor. Kootenay & Victoria Sts. Nelson
P. O. Boi US Telephone 861
9 -.'io a.m
13:25 p. m
10:30 a.m
9:40 a. ni
H. A.
DAY TRAIN        Arrive
 Spokane 7:15 p.m.
 Rossland 4:3(1 p.m
....Mountain B'BBp.rtt
 Nelson 6:45 p. ra-
Spokane. WasU
Agent. Nelson, B.
To SILAS H CROSS, or to any person or persons to whom he may u"-
transferred his iulei'fst in the HMVJ
Joy Mineral Claim, Bitiiale on Morn
ing Mountain, about 1 1-2 miles westerly from the Silver King Mine, lithe Nelson Mining Division of wesi
Kootenay District, B. C. ���
VUU or any of you are ^'^X, 1
tied that I hnve expended one hnndrw
and two dollars and fifty cents to ��
bor and improvements upon the W��
mineral claim, under the prpvision
the Miueral Act, nnd ii within     ��
days from the date of  this noM��
full or refuse  to contribute V"1'      (,r
portion of such expenditure togs1
with nil costs of advertising, j ��'
terest in snid claim will become u��
property of thc subscriber ���'""!;' ���,
Son 4 of an Act entitled An Act
Amend tbe Mineral Aot: 1800, ���
Dated this 14th dnv^March.,^'
Fur   artistic   j^b
roders with The Miner,
work place yo"r
Onion Laus'. Nelson   Daily  Minbr, Fki av, April i<S,  1902
+��+ ***********************
I   umm news.   |
Clmrles II. Nunning, who returnee.
to Spokano from tbo Slocan on
Wednesday, informs tbe Spokesman-
Review that tnore is a more favorable
outlook in the Slocan and a greater
feeling of confidence among tbo business men. Several of tho mines that
have been idle for years are to be reopened. More capital bus beon interested and witb labor in a moro settled
condition a greater feeling of security
prevails. The mines on which active
work is soon to start are the Corn-
stock, Alpha, Galena Farm and Vancouver. The Fisher Maiden bus two
feet of good shipping ore exposed anil
will soou put on an increased force
of men. 'the Hewitt is opened up to
tne SOU-foot level, and they have exposed a good rich body ot nre. The
Wakefield,in wbich English capital is
interested, is about tu resume after
years oi  idleness.
The Summit-Ymir (loid Mining
company has resumed operations on
the Summit property, which is located
on th- north fork of Wild Horse creek,
about two miles beyond tbe Ymir
mine. Some 300 feet of woik has
already been dene on a fine wide vein
ol freo milling ore, and a further
contract for 100 feet of tunneling bus
now been lot.
The Niw Denver Ledgo says that
the Slucan Star may resume operations on an extonsive scale next
month. Tbe showing, which is 1,000
feet frcm the old workings, is wonderful and makes the Star a greater
ni inc. than ever.
The Eaiubler-Cariboo, says the Now
Denver Ledge, has 100 men on its payroll and the intention is to increase
tbe shipments dm ing the summer.
For the fitst tbree months of the year
the shipments aggregated 1,880 tons.
The Wonderful, of Sandon, whioh
is being operated by W. W. Warner,
promises to ship com iderable ore this
season. Tho ore body recently locate
by a :;0-feet crosscut is 3 1-:? feet wide
at a vertical depth of 12ii feet.
ind a similai nee on the Summit.
The original owners are working on
thc Blackcock, Ihere are rumors of
work starting up on the Tamarac and
on the Dundee but recently tin re
have not been any of the outside com-
panips doiug much although Ontario
people nave taken a horn! nn the Silver Luke und ivill commence work
Garden   Hosi
guaranteed   to,
McLachlan lire
Cotton and   Rubin
;:ico-Uih.   pressure,
A snd and very sudden death occurred yesterday morning when Mrs.
Richard James, of Stanley Btreet,
passed away a few minutes alter :i
o'clock. She nnd been in her usual
health the previous day and felt no
symptoms of approaching illness.
Shortly after il o'clock she awoke and
asked if her son Richard, who is
employed at Thc Miner olliee, had returned. Her husband Informed her
that he had not. She almost immeoi-
atelv uttered a subdued groan. At
that moment her son arrived and he
went as hastily a possible for u physician, but before he arrived she had
expired without having again spoken.
The cause of death wns neuralgia of
the heart,
Mrs. James was born in St. Agnes,
Cornwall, Eng., where some of her
relatives reside Sho has lived in
Nelson for u number of years and has
been an active worker in Emmanuel
Congregational church. Her husband
aud one son survive.
The funeral "-ill take dace this
afternoon, at 1,30 o'clock from the
residence, Stanley streot, and at 2
o'clook from the Congregational
church. All members of Loyal True
Hlue Lodge, No. it:i are requested by
the officers to attend the funeral in a
body at the house at tho hour mentioned.
AdverUHomentR lnt-erled under t ni i head at
the rate of one cent, a word per insertion. Nn
���-������i v t-i i i..f-iiirintj taken for lem than 25 cento.
Situation Wanted adver tit-em entH ltirjertod
three time - free uf ohurffe.
kor SALE���A Dumber of blucki of
yimilkameen Vulle.v Coal Co. stock,
aggregating 150,000 shares at 93c per
aitarc. lirydges, U lake more and
Cameron, Ltd.
FlIV, SALE Cheap���(TOO cash, (800 in
fnui years, (200 per year, interest
at 8 per cent,will buy li-room cottage,
with all conveniences on Carbonate
street between Hall and llendryx
streets.    Address II. .1. M., Hox 108,
FLAT FOR RENT���Over Lester's
groeoiy store. Water street. Bright
pleasant rooms. Oomplete bathroom.
Hut wator connections, gas lange, etc.
Apply S. L. Lester.
Tbo Armstrong Hoiohat Greenwood,
II. 0., has just been entirely renovated. The best equipped, best managed hotel in the Uoundary. I. 1'.
Armstrong, Prop,
Office supplies���Morley and Laing.
kinds  of express work, coal and
���West Transfer Co.   Telephone
This    Property    Proves  Oood
Prospects Bright.
D. A. Cameron, superintendent of
the Active Gold Mining company, of
Yinir, was in the city yesterday.
Speaking of the work done by this
company, which is operating tde
Union Jack gioup a"">out seven miles
up Porcupine creek, bo says tbat the
results from what has been done during the winter are most satisfactory.
Tho group consists of live claims.
Most of tbe woik has beeu done on
tne tjueen claim, where a tunrel of
'Jo5 feet has been run following the
lead. In the course of this work the
tunnel has passed through an ore
shoot of 80 feet in length and five feet
in width, carefully takon samples
from which shows an average value of
*40 to the ton in gold,silver and lead.
The face of the tunnel now shows an
ore body of five feet. This tunnel will
bo extended Ior 150 feet further before
other development work will be done
on that ledge. The depth already
gained is about 175 teet.
On the Union Jack ef the same
group, another tunnel is boing run
and is in a distance of 170 feet following a lead which is crossing the
main lead of tho property diagonally.
It is expoot that when it has been
continued for 75 feet further the main
lead will be orosscut at a depth of 150
feet. Both the Queen and the Onion
Jaok leads have been explored to a
considerable extent on the suiface and
gold values have been shown.
This group was located by Cameron
and (locdlad in the spring of 1897,and Tftienhone��
since then they have put all their
savings into exploratory work until
last fall, when Cincinnati people
procured an interest and have undertaken to supply the means to keep six
men at work, but the results have been
so good that instead tbey have'
increased the force to eight. The company intends to do considerably moro
work before making arrangements to
put in machinery and to ship ore.
The prospects of Ymir camp were
never so good as they are this spring,
said Mr. Cameron. The people have
been waiting to see what would be I
the result of the development of tbe
Ymir mine at depth, and the ledge in
that mine having been struck at a
depth of 1,000 Ieet, demonstrates that
the ore bodies persist to depth aud it
is generally understood tbat the results there have been satisfactory.
There is scarcely a day but four nr
live parties of prospectors are seen
going out to do assessment work alid
the results have been most cheering.
One of the lujky ones was James
Qraham wbo has the Hlack Ilawk
ab mt a half a mile from Ymir.
A   contract   lor 100   feet of develop
Went work has beon lot on th�� Wilcox
Kootenay Coffee Co,
Roasters of Choice Coffees-
Quantities  to   suit   at  wholesale
Our Java and Mocha at 40c, and Our
Choice Blend at 25c.
is the best value Tor the money.
We guarantee satisfaction if you
buy or order direct from us.
Pure Choice Teas
All varieties and grade.
West Baker St. Tel 177. P O. Box 182.
Will pay the highest oasb prioe for all
kinds of seoond hand goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oarperts,
cooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Sliver King Mike, Boi 300. Hull
street, Nelaon, B. C.
TO RENT.���Furnished
liaker street.      Evory
P. O. Box IW2.
house    near
FURNISHED BOOMS.���Large furnished rooms with iiome comforts,
suitable for two gentleman or man
and wife. Reasonable terms. Apply
room 1, McDonald block, ccr. Josephine and Vernon streets,
FOR   RENT   CHEAP���Twenty-three
bedrooms   and   newly lilted dining
room in good hotel centrally   located
Apply X. Y. '/,., Miner office.
FOR SALE���Two good lots   with  i
roomed house, bath, hot and cold
water, wired ior electric light, $500
cash, balance easy terms. Apply B.
and M. Bird.
N. M. Cuuiinins, LonnL'o���Kvory knowL
variety of soft drinks* Polioxss. 'i'ulophou
No. 31. Huovur Struct, Nelnon. HotLlurH of th
ftunoud Hu Leon Uoi til t-:   Mineral Wulor
A MACDONALD Sc Co.-Cornor Fron
��� and Hall tilrootn���Wholutiulo grocer
unit jobborri in blunkuls, .o\<������, mitts, boots
rubber*. iniiokiiiuwH und minor*' .uiiidrtes.
PUURNS 8c Co.-Bakor Stroot, Nol-jou-
���   WholoHalo doalors iu fit- Il u,      curod
luuals.   Cold Hlorago.
llakor Stroot, Nelnon��� Wholudulo dea
ors in frotth and cured incuts.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and
Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   G.   TRAVES,   Manmzk.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Orders by mail receive careful  and prompt attention
Street, Nelnon ��� Wholesale daalnrn ir
hardware, mine���' aupplioH, sporting goods
A/f'LACHLAN BROS. Baker Street Nelr-OD,
1YX B. C������Dc.!ern in general harhwarc,
mining .supplies,  _\h.n_,   pmitH,  Portland C'o-
ni'iii, lire ri.iy ami Scotch tiro brick. Agents
for WilkiiiH and Co,'h celebrated steei wire rope
paints, oils and gloss; mechanic*  tools
Flshing Tackle and Spotting Goods a specialty
TO LET���After   May 1st the  Central
hotel,   Front street.    Apply Samuel
Millington, Kaslo.
FOR SALE.���Eggs Ior batching,Hlack
Minorca,    Brown      Leghorn,    and
Plymouth Rocks.     V. O. Hox 003,   or
Miss Edwards, Fairview.
STORE    TO   LET���Second door from
corner Josephine on Baker. Enquire
at Vanstone's Drug store,
TWO Oentlemen can   get   comfortable
room, breakfast and   dinner for  S3!i
per   mouth,   within   two   blocas    of
hospital.    Apply \. II., Miner office.
FOR SAbE���The Nelson Cafe, the
finest restaurant in the Kootenays,
best location, 25 nicely furnished
rooms in connection. The best business proposition in the district today,
for full particulars write Nelsou Cale,
Uox 225, Nelson B.C.
FURNISHED rooms with   or without
board.     Apply    on   Silica   street,
second door west of Ward,
Appiv   to   Mrs F. J. Sqnires, Room
40, K. \V. 0. block.
3. H. LOVE,
Nelaon Employment Agency,
P. O. Box 405. Fhone 278.
WANTED ���   Steamboat      Engineer.
Girls for housework. Railroad men.
General teaming. A speoialty of moving Furniture nnd Pianos. No 1 Dry
Wood, all lengths. Orders left at the
Wesetra Canadian Employment Agency
receive prompt and careful attention.
bnAtSrABY��Blkfe tTt iftho ___*__
ft* jSt   on **lne "market.   Also !'-��
WINES,    LIQUOR8     and    CIGARS
FRANK   A. TAMBLYN. M.��.������������
Baknr St. Nelson
WANTED���Teacher for   ISeavermouth
school,     duties   to   begin   May   1.
Apply to J. A. Morrison,  secretary.
rrttJBNKB, BEETON & Co.-Cornor Vornoi,
X and Josephine Btroots, Nelnon���Whole
Hale dealers in liquor-, cigars, and dry good^
Agents for Pabrfl Browing Co. of Alllwaukoi
and Calgary Browing Co of Calgary.
UDSON'H BAY Co.-Wholesalo grooerio
and liquors ot��., Bakor Street, Nelson.
Ofllco cornor Hall and Front Stroots
Nelson���Lumber, coiling, flooring, and overy
thing in wood for building purposes. Gel oui
prices.   Correspondence solicited, ...   J>
A.   M'DONATjD,     Agent   Haielwood
liairy Co. Ice Cream.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce J
With Which H Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up  Capital,   S8.000.0UO;   Reserve   Fund,   J2,0'.)0,0oOj
Aggregate   Resources Over $05,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. B. WALKER, Ueneral Mann*��i
London Oflice: 64} Lombard Street,  li. C.
New York Olfice; to Lxchungc Place.
And 68 branches in Canada and the United bUblOH, including
Atlin Gheknwood Nki-son Bi-fDOK
RltANHROOK KamMiciI'1 New Wkhtminbtku   Vakcouvkh
Fkhnir Nanaimo Kossland Victoiiia
yukon district-daw sun and wiiitk Hobo.
UNITKI) STATES���Nkw Yokk, San Khancihcu, Skattlk, Poktlakd, Skaoway.
Savings Bank Department.     J
tUenoalts Recelvod ami Internal Allowed.   PreMDt Rate B tat Cent ?
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager, f
Nelson Branch.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
��vg> ********._*_
Branch. Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Zasl.
Sandon. Thrue Forks, New Denver and Slocan Cit>
Order* by mall to ��u>v branch will have careful and ornmot attention.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Montroal
Allan Line Paiisian May 'A
Allan Line Tunisian  May 10
Beaver Line Lako Blmcoo May  ���
BeavorLLnO Lake Manitoba May 8
Dominion L-ino Dominion May 17
Frcm  Portland.
Dominion Line California!. .May 3
From Boston
Dominion Line Now England May  7
From New York
White Bt-��r Line Mnjostic May 7
WhitoKtnr Line Germanic .....May 11
Canard Line Umbria   May 3
Cunard Lino Lueania , ��� May 10
American Line Philadelphia * May  7
American Line St Paul May 11
Continental sailings of French. North German Lloyd, Ii. A. P. and Italian Lines on application.
HATES���Saloon fares $42.50, and upwards
Peoond S-'io and upwards according to steamer
a"d location of berth. Steerage quoted on application. Prepaid passages from England and
tho continent at lowest rates.
H. L. BROWN,      W. P, F. CUMMING8,
City Agt. NoIhou.      Gen. Agent WlrniDeg
Receiver's Sale by Tender
100,000  SHARES OF C.   & C. MINING
CO.. Limited Liability.    -
MEN AND Women wanted to work at
home.   Good wages.  Write Glasgow
Woollen   Company,    Department    C.
HELP     of   all   kinds     wanted    and
furnished.     Western   Canadian Em
ployment Agency.      Large warehouse
for   storage; call   at Piosser's Second
Hand store, Ward steet.
111(1,000 shares of Siuiilkameen
Valley Coal Co. stocit to be sold in
blocks at :;.'lc a share. Apply VV. W.
Fallows, broker, Sandon, B.C.
I I M.K.I I. IIIKMTl ll��.
<>M V nr.ut<i.
iinunii -.its
obtained in all oountries
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N. A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full particulars.
NOTICE���Iu ipgard to tne stock of
the Similkameen Valley Coal Co.,
Limited, now being offered for sale by
Brydges, Illakemote arid Cameron.
Limited, the directors cf the Similkameen Valley Coal Co. Limited, desire
to notify the public that such share
offered are pooled stock of the company aod cannot be delivered at present. The conditions of the pool are
that it shall not be broken until at
least one hundred tbousaud shales of
treasury stook have been sold and the
proceeds of such sale paid in full.
Dated ut Nelson, B.C., tbis 17th day
of April, 1003. Hy order, F. W.
Swannell, Secretury.
Winnipeg Vancouver
Toronto Viotoria
Ottawa Seattle
Montreal Portland
New York San Francisco
via Soo Lino, St Paul, Chicago
and all U. S. points.
Between Ilenry 11. lloie. Plaintiff,
and Timothy O'Leary, Administrator,
et al, Defendants.
Sealed tenders addressed to II. W.
Day, Receiver, Nelson, IS.C , lor 100, -
O'lO shares in the above named company will be received by the undersigned B.W. Day up to noon oi April
2'J, 1902. Tne sale will be made to tbe
highest bidder. Terms 80 per cent,
when tender in accepted,balance within ten days thereafter. The nominal
par value of each share is fl.uO and
the authorised capital of the company
1S|C00,0U0,00. The company was incorporated in British Columbia in I860
under the Companies' Act, lH'.il), and
Amending Acts. The company is said
to own tbe C. and C. mineral claim
near Rossland, 11.C. For particulars
apply to
Nelson, H.C, Solicitors for the Receiver,
or to
R.  W. DAY,
Receiver, Nelson, B.C.
Dated Nelson B.C., April 10th, 1902.
Real Estate, Fire and Life Insunrflc*
Money to Loan.
$800���Five roomed Louse ami two
lota on Mill street, pood garden,
fenced. Terms $400 cash, easy terms
lur balance.
$5S0���House 14l3'J and improved lot
od Victoria street, clear title.
3-7S���Good building lot and shack
on Carbonate street. Terms cash $160,
balance easy terms.
if\:H)���A four roomed house- on C.P.H.
land, bdtweeu Cedar and Park   street.
l?^'.,..")0--Six roomed house on corner
lots on Front street. A11 modern
818,���Five roomed house on corner
of Stanley and Observatory streets.
Just rooalsomlned, Modern conveniences.
fri.���Four roomed cottage on Stan-
lev street, close to Observatory,
Parties wishing Uolf or auy stockings
knitted or footed can have them done by
applying   on    corDer   of     Ward   an
Victoiia street, opposite postoflice.
Tor this painful trouble Griffith*-' Liniment is
nnab-iolute pain destroyer-It penu.raUw anrl
fabricates the joints, takes away all the stUP-
nees and gives relief in a few minutes���works
wonders in chronic rheumatism ease^.
Mr. II. K. West of Wator streot, Vancouver.
H.c, whs a great surrerar from painful attacks of Rheumatism In bin shoulders, so se-
verc were the attanks that he could aot raise
his this Ho applied CJritilths* Monthol FJni-
ment, the great pain reliever, and lit less than
four noun the pain had entirely left him. Ho
say.!: "It certainly is a great pain roliever.'
For salo bv J. II. Vanitono.Nelnon. B.C1
Subscriptions taken for the Nelson Daily and Weekly Miner at
publisher's prices by J. F. DEL-
ANEY, New Denver.  B. C.
Tourist Sleeper Service
Lv. Duumoie June-
Lv  Kootenay Ldg,
Tuesday and Friday, St. Paul, Toronto
Montreal and Boston.
Leave Revelstoke
daily, Vancouver,
Seattle Ooast.
Graduate in Vocal and Instrumental
Music, is prepared to receive pupils in
Voice Ciillure and Piano. Latebt Conservatory Methods taiiRlit. For further
particulars apply at Studio room f>. .McDonald Block, Oorner Josephine and
Vernon Streets.
For Stylish Up-to-Date Hats
go to
Opera House Block
Home Seekers'
April 30.
March  i   to
Through bookings to Europe, vin all
Atlantic Line
Prepaid tickets from all points at
lowast rates
For berths, time tables, rates and full
Information apply to City Ticket olliee
City Agent.  Nelson
J. 8. (lAiiTKrt, F. 3. Ooylk
Dis. Pass. Agt. A. G. P. A.
Nelson Vanci nr*
Certificate of Improvements
Armour riatc Mineral Claims aituate
in the Nelson Mining Division of
West Kootenny District.
Where looated: Ou Mineral Mountain,
near Erie, B. C.
Take notice thnt I, .1.1). Andersoi ,P.
L.8.! of Trail, B.C., agent foi 11. Dalby
MortCiU, Esip, Free Miner's Certilicate
No. B. 66140, intend, sixty days from
the date hereof, to apply to the Minion
Recorder for a Oortillcnte of Improvement! for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant, of the above claim.
And further take notice tbat nction
under section HI, must be oommenced
before the issnanco of sucb Certilicate
of Improvements.
Dated this 25th day of March, A. D.,
1(H)2. .1  D. ANDERSON.
Dominion   ana   Provincial   Land
Surveys of mines, miueral claims, crown
lands, ciown  grants obtained nnd assessments managed1 for Absentees.
Certificates of Improvemen*
King Alfred aud King Solomon
Minerul Claims, sitnate iu the Nelson
Mining Division of West Kootenny District.
Where located���On Iron Mountain,
about 5 mil**s from the mouth of the
Smith Fork of the Salmon Kiver.
TAKE NOTIOE that I, Francis J.
O'Ucilly, of Nelson, li. 0., as agent for
F, VV. Lewis, of Indianapolis Ind.,
I'. S. A.: Free M ner's (ertillcnle
Nu. 2511!, intend, sixty dnys from lho
dale hereof, to imply to the Miuing He-
oordor for ceil iffcates of Improvements
for   the purpose  of  obtaining    Crowt.
Grants ot thenhove claims,
And farther take notice that action,
under arction 87, must be commenced
before the Isananoe of such certificates of
Iinteil this 10th diy of November,
Take Laxiillvn Rronio Quinine Tablet*. A
dni"wi-t- refund Ihe money if It full* lo cure
F. W. Gruvu'n*lgnafure in on each box.   25c.
J. C. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc,
Late of Geological  Survey of Canada,    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Stree Nelson.B C
Certificate of Improvements
Catherii e Mineral Claim, situate In
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Wher�� located���One mile enst of N.
A Y. 8. Railway, adjoining the Hotrn
Hood mineral claim.
TAKE NOTICK thnt I. Francis J.
O'Reilly, Bgcut for R, R Hedley, Free
Miner's Certilicate No. B60878, tne Dun-
Duncan Mines, Limited, (Foreign)
Free Miner's Certiticate No. B60m8
intend, sixty dnys from the
date hereof, to npply to the Mining Recorder for a ceriilicute of Improvements,
for the purpose of obtaining a Drown
Grant of lhe above olaim.
Anil further tnke notice that action,
nnder section HI, must be commenced
befoie the issuance of snch Certificate of
Dated tbls 12th day of February, A.
D.. IB02.
To    A.     II.    Fischer    or    to     any
person or persons to whom he mny
have transferred bis internet iu ibe Manila uml Silver ijueen Mineral Claims,
situated ul the head of Midge Oreek,
Ivuskuiinok Mining District,West Kootenay.
You and each of you are hereby noti-
tii'it that I huve expended one hundred
and thirty-three dollars in labor ami
improvements upon the above mentioned mineral claims in order to bold
snid mineral chums   under the  pi-ovis-
ious of the Mineral Act, nud if within
ninety days of the  da'e  Of  this  notice
you fail or ivfuse to oontril'Uteyont portion of (nob expenditure together with
all costs of advertising, yu.ir interest in
said claims will bftOdme the property of
tbe subscriber under section I of an Act
entitled "An Act to Amend tne Mineral
Act, 11)00.
.1. P. CLIHH.
Dated this ]i>lb day of FcLrmuy, It-" Nelson Dail*i Miner Fkidvy, April 18, 1902
(Jive  tho   little   tots   ��
TOYS o5,l"lce- llle children'*
ilepiirtuient in our store
does not get the mention in the papers
hat it deserves. It is a mrst important department with us.occupying the
entire second Hat of the store and lt
tilled witli toys of all kinds, just tht
tliings to bring joy and gladness te
the hearts of tbo little ones. Sppeial
summer toys are Roats. Garden Sets,
Watering Cant, Hubtier Hal Is, Skippint'
Ropes, Croquet, Baseballs, Kites,Doll
Cabs and Go-Carts aud tho ever popu
lar doll.
Then for the baby we have a lot of
Go-Carts tbat lor style and value are
Booksellers, Stationers
Show P.oom for Mason A Riscb pianos
Dr. Stoddart and wife returned from
their wedding tour on Saturday evening.
Children's Dresses in White and
Colored at Kerr and Co.'s
Police Constable Ileavener, who has
been east for tbe last month at his old
home in Orillia, where he went to
attend tlie funeral of his father, returned to the city yesterday. lie goes
on duty again this morning.
Shaving Brushes���Morley A Laing.
The trout are biting well and a
number of good fish have heen caught
lately. No large trout have been
caught yet, but several good siied
char, one boing taken tbe beginning
of tho week weighing eight pounds.
Ua/.ois and Strops���Morley and
Word has been received from tho
department of public works that the
postoffice building is to bo completed
as first planned with the annex at the
rear of but ono story in height.
Although short of ^toiie, work will
be continued on the brick portion of
the luilding where the huilding lias
progressed sufficiently to permit its
being used.
Call up 311 if yon v;ant furniture
or pianos moved.���West  Transfer Co.
Taking advantage of Cottonwood
creek remaining at a low stage so
long a stone facing is being put along
the west bank immediately above tlie
liaker street bridge, which was the
weakest spot in the nigh water last
year. The lake is rising, but very
slowly. Yesterday a number oi the
streams commenced to come up again,
but no rise of much importance is expected till tbe spring rains set in.
Hydrangeas, Snowballs, Lilacs,
Spireas,    strong   4-year-old,     henlthy
Riverside   Nurseries, Grand
Among the guests at the Phair yesterday were Edward M. Wood, of
Winnipeg,son of the late Chief .lustioc
Wood. Mr. Wood is accompanied by
his son. He is now connected witli
tho Manitoba provincial service and is
making a tour through British Columbia. He wns in Rossland early in tbe
week' and visited tlio Le Roi and
Centre Star mines. They are now en
route for Winnipeg but will stop over
at several places before reaching
On Other Thag Liquor.
It is profitable for anyone to Btudy
food in order to regulate the health,
not witb medicine but by building up
healthy nerve centers with giod food.
:' A man who has made something of a
study on this line writes from Iowa
City : " When 1 first tried Otape-Nuts
it was at the table of a prominent
state official and the remarkable taste
attracted me. I afterwards investigated the subject carefully and discovered that Grape-Nuts contains dextrose sugar. 'The starchy part of the
food is transformed into Jstaich sugar
or dextrose. Thoso same results are
produced by the digestive organs hy
tho action of the saliva and the pan
creatio juices on starchy foods. These
facts convinced me that Grape-Nuts is
a natural, pre-digested food and just
what I required and needed.
I had beeu Buffering from a full
feeling after meals and generally
mora or less headache. All this
trouble left when I quit using white
bread, warm biscuits, etc.
It was about this time I came home
fiom school, broken down physically
and mentally. I only weighed 120
pounds. At my earnest request Mother
brgan serving Grape-Nuts every riiea)
and she said had never eaten anything that agreed with tier physical
condition ns did my ''new food," as
she termed it.
In live weeks I weighed 138 pounds,
a gaining of 13 pounds, and I fool so
strong tbat I have been able to do
from 10 to 15 hours of liird work
daily. Mv mind has never seemed so
clear before and I am thoroughly convinced that there is no food like
Grape-Nuts to produco health and a
strong and clear brain.'' Lee Arlington, Box 1755, Iowa Ci,y, la,
In London, the market
of the world for fine wines,
Pommery ������1892" sells at
$5.00 per case more than
any other Champagne.
Pommery "1893" sells at
$8.50 per case more than
any other Champagne.
Wherever Champagne Is
sold according to quality
the highest prices are
paid for
F, 3. I'inucans arrived in town last
evening from Greenwood.
Bishop Dontonwi'l,   of   New   West
minster, arrived last night to   remain
a few days.
At the iecord ofliee yesterday certifi
cates of work were issued to A. Mae
dona id on the Elk, Monarch, Gold
Hill and Silver Crown mineral claim
White I'nderwear for Children at
Kerr and Co.'s.
John Langridge,of tbe Queen's, was
receiving the congratulations of his
friends yesterday, a cablegram having
arrived from Aberdeen, -Scotland,
where his wife is visiting her parents,
announcing the arrival of a bouncing
Tlie special services to be held at
the Salvation Army barracks on Sun
day evening nexi, will be conducted
by Adjutant McEae. On Wednesday
evening Miss Booth is to speak at the
opera house, and will be assisted by
the Red Knights of the Cross. A
musiea'. entertainment is to be held
by the latter ou the following
Special Values in Parasols at Kerr
and Co.'s.
A meeting of the Nelson Bide association will be held this evening at S
o'clock ln the oiliee of Captain H. E
McDonnell (general offices of the C,
P.E.) The intention is to arrange the
programme for the season's shooting,
and a full attendance is requested.
All who desire to join the Rocky
Mountain Range rs, or who desire to
reenlist, are also requested to attend.
There are eight vacancies to be filled.
WANTED���Ilotol Phair,   two   dining
room girls.
The losses caused by the burning
of the house of W. N. Rolfe have been
adjusted by W. L. fiazam, insurance
adjuster who came from Seattle for
the purpose, and Mr. Rolfe will in a
few dnys receive a cricck for $550. H.
T. Ceperley, insurance adjustor, arrived in the city last evening fiom
Vancouver for the pnrpose of adjusting the loss on the furniture in Mr.
Knife's bouse at thc time of the fire.
Yesterday the committee appointed
to examine and select a site for a
race track visited the city's park
allowance up Cottonwood creek, but
the place is belioved to require too
much expensive work to put it in
shape to be practicable. Several
patches of soft land and more of
a slope than was anticipated are tbe
difficnlties. The committee will next
visit the site on the Granite road,
west ot Norcross' ranch.
No disposition of the remains ol the
late James Amiot has been mado,
pending the receiving of word from
his relatives as to bis burial. From
bis papers it was found tliat his wife
at the time of the last letter was living in the state of Massachussetts.and
a telegram has been sent to the
address of the letter, but as the letter
was five years old theie is but slight
chance of finding the right person. If
uo word ia received by Saturday the
funeral will tako place then.
Tbe Tumer, Beeton and Co., has
issued a circular in which it is stated
that a company haB been formed to
take over tho business of Turner, Beeton and Co., Victoriu as a going concern, whieh has beeu registered
under the name of Turner, Beeton and
Company, limited. The partners in
tho oid firm are tlie principal stockholders in tbe nen company, and tbe
circular expresses the hope tbat the
public will accord the new concern
the same support that it has extended
to the fiim in the past.
l'hair���W. A. Strattoo, Windun: C.
S. itashdall. New Denver: M. It. W.
rtuthboue. Silverton; Charles Coit.
Spokane: .1. B.PoliooK and wile, Fernie; AV. V Ilnnt, tJoiiiiiiigon Falls;
Win.J I'. Bassctt, Victoriu; J. Rose,
Greenwood; R. W. Troup, Robson; If.
J. Finucane, Greenwood; II. T. Ceperley, Vancouver,
Hume���A. B. Heyland, Kaslo; Miss
Hunter, Silverton; G. Williamson,
Denver; C, Homer, Winrireg; C. S
Borrymun. Spokane; C. Reid, C. S.
Hurter,  Vancouver.
(irand Central���J. Kelly, Silver
King; J. MeCully, Sandon; G. M.
Tucker, A. Simpson, Portage; W.
Watson, Spokane; G. D. Ilriec, Ross-
laud; B. Morrow, Bonner's Ferry; J.
W, Peacotik, Kuslo; .C W. D. O'Dell,
Hamilton: J. W. Sangstei, Vancouver ;
A. Bremner, Molly Gibson Landing.
Queen's���Father J. A. Bedard,
Greenwood; ., Mcintosh, Silverton;
O. B. Appleton, Light Mile; W. M.
Bennett, Sandon; Mrs. IS. Barron,
Treherne ; E. E. Guille.Pilot Bay; W.
Barron, Miss Barron, Miss Grace Har-
ron, Miss Hilda Barron, Treherne,
Man. ;J. G. McLean, Seattle; A. Don-
tenwill, New Westminster: A. VV. MePhail, Bon Accord; H. A. Hartley,
Tremont���O. H. Binden, Kaslo;
Mose Budreau, A. McDooald, Michel;
Q. Cowling, Ainsworth; C. II. Towns,
Phoenix; C. W. Stack, Greenwood.
Bartlott���E. Bosquit, Trail.
Madden���J. McMillan, Jas. Ferry,
Jas. Morrison, Ferry's Siding; J. Mcintosh, Montreal.
Dandruff Germ Thrives in It,   as Well
as in all Grouse
A well known Chicago hair specialist invited the Inter Ocean reporter to
come to his offloe and see, nnder a
microscope, how tlie germ that causes
dandruff thrives in vaseline. Tbe
specialist said- tbat all hair preparations containing grease, simply furnish food for the germs and help to
propagate them. The only way to
cure dandruff is to destroy the germs,
and the only hair preparation that
will do that is Newbro's Herpicide.
"Destroy the cause, you remove the
effect." Without dandruff no falling
hair, no baldness. Ask for Herpicide.
It is the only destroyer of the dandruff
Mops the Cough
anil) Worba orr Ibe Cold.
Laxative Biomo-Quinine Tablete cure   acold
n one day.   NoCuro. noPay.   Prico 88 conts.
A  Subject  J-'or  Remarks,
The new Wall Papers attract favorable attention. Tbey lellect good
taste in colors as well as in pattern,
and people of taste cemmend tbem.
They have an air of elegance and are
most durable in quality. Investment
in such Wall Paper is a paying investment, before placing your order, it
will pay you to see our new designs,
and get our prices.
F. J. Bradley & CO.
Sign Painting and Picture Framing
a Specialty.
Chicago, April 17.���The L��ke Shore
railway intends to adopt a smoke consuming device on its engines which
has given satisfaction in thorough
tests. Solt coal can be used and
there will lie a saviag iu thc quantity
Ottawa, April 17.���The Canadian
association for the prevention of
uberculosis opened its second session
here this afternoon, Sir James Grunt,
president, presiding. Tonight the
governor-general will preside and Dr.
Knapp, of New York, will be thc
Our New Stock is now open,
i Very
to Besips
The Prices Will Suit the
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
We are leaving our present premises on May 1st and the balance of the Stock left at that date we are Moving to Ontario consequently everybody buying from us can depend on getting Big Bargains, for
the less goods we have on hand the less freight money we will have to pay out.
The stock consists of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gent's Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes.
This is an opportunity to purchase goods at less than   Eastern   Prices.    Come
and see for yourselves.
My Residence and 2 Lots on Carbonate Street is For Sale at a Bargain.
It Is! Always Something New and
and In the Latest and Most
Correct Fashion.
The remarks we bear every day about
our New Jewelry, must be so  for we
have great demand for it at prices that
suit ul! pursas.   See for yourself.
Patenaude .Bros.
Baker St.
Nelson, B. G.
Buying direct from the makers means a saving of the percentages usually paid
seliiiiK agents nnd wholesalers.    All onr uudciKarruonts were bought direct aud
the advantages gained by the close prices we are sharing with our customers
Note these values;
Underskirts made of lonsdale having.
trimming of cluster tucking nnil ruffle
of fl inch embroidery, extra dust frill,
Special $ 1.26
Underskii ts made of line muslin, wilh
IS ineh flounce, trimmed with 0 rows of
fine tucking aud wide embroidery, extra
dust frill, a lender    1.75
Corset Covers made rf muslin, having
embroidery trimming on neek, nil sizes.
at 25
Oorset Covers made of English cambric, with torchon lr.ee and baby ribbon
trimming, special 7!>
Oorset Covers made of super quality
onmbrie, witli body neatly tucked and
embroidery trimming on neck and
sleeves, a leader 1,00
Women's Hygean Ribbed Vests, with
short sleeves or sleeveless nt 10
Women's Lisle Vests, short sleeves or
sleeveless in white or cream at 25
Women's I.isle Vests long aud short
sleeves aud sleeveless, in white or crenm
Speeinl 85
Children's Lisle and Cotton Vests in
white or crenm with long or short
sleeves and sleeveless, a complete range.
M��.ii r iuti:sM:s
Empire Night Dresses of fine cambric
having embroidery trimmed collar,
sleeves and front at   1. ilf>
Nicht Dresses of liue muslin, wilh
tucked yoke formed of embroidery insertion and neatly trimmed ou neck,
sleeves nnd front with embroidery,
speeinl    1.50
Night Dresses of lonsdnle cnnibrio,
with   tucked yoke  nnd  tiiinmings   of
torchon lace and insertion, at  1.76
Drawers of muslin with trimmings of
cluster tnclis nud embroidery  at...   .15
Drawers made of Lonsdale wilh trimmings of eliiHter tucks nud torohon lace,
our prico     ,55
Drawers made of fine cambric and
trimmed with 15 rows of fine tucks, 6
inch embroidery rnllle, our leader.. 1 00
Cnmbric Chemise hnving embroidery
trimmed neck and sleeves at 05
Fine Muslin Chemise with wide ruille
of embroidery around neck and sleeve,
our price  1.00
Muslin Chemise with neck aud
sleeves trimmed with torchon laoe aud
insertion, special  1.10
Cor. Baker & Ward Sts.
Nelson, B. C.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always In
We carry a complete Block of Coast Flooring
Coiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and
Doors. Special order work will rocolve prompt
attention*  Moll orders solicited.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
Head Offlnft���Hendrvx ��nrl V-arnnn f��ot. NaIhoii
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
Roses, Bulbs
NKLSON IX)DGK    No. 23, A. F. &
M. nieota second Wednesday in
month,   YiBiUng brethern welcome
Kootenay Railway  and Na
Company, Ltd.
Shortest and qulokost roulo to iho oust and tt
points on ���ho O. R. & N. and Northorn Va
ciilo Railways iu Washington, Oregon nnd
Southorn States.
Time Card Effective Nov. 10. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry.
8:30 a. m. Lv.
10:55 p.m. Ar.
Ar. 4:(l(l p. m
Lv. 1:10 p, in
Int Nav- & Trading Co
0:00 p. m. Lv.
9:10 p, m. Ari
Ar. 10:30 a. in.
Lv. 7:110 a. in
Connooting at Five Mile Point wilh Nelson
A Fort Phoppard Railway both to and from
Rossland, olo.
Tickers Bold to all part* ln United Stale., and
Canada via Grout Northorn and O. 11 Sc N ���
Co.'s linos,
Ocoan steamship tlckots and rates vi  _
linos will bo furnished on application.
For furthor particulars call on or address
Uanaaer, Kasln.B, 0
O. K. TAmtABCRT Aeonti. Nolson B. O.
Certificate of Improvements
Fiirnhnm Mineral claim situate In
tbo Nelsou Mining Division of West
Kootenay Distiict.
Where looated -Nenr the Ymir Mho
TAKE NOTICE that I, Kenneth U
Burnet, agent tor John Demi, F.M.I IN,i.
B'HO-'lti aud Martin Salraou, F. M. 0.
No. B5WI8H, iutend, Bixty days from tlm
date hereof, to apply to tho Milling Kb-
colder for a certificate of improvements
for the purpose of olitainiUK n Crown
Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice tliat notion,
under section 87, must be oommenced
before the 'SBUance of such ceriilicute of
Dated this 10th day of April. A. D,
I. O. O. F. Kootenay Lodge
No. 16, meets every Monday night,
at  thoir Hall, Kootenay streot
Sojourning Odd Fellows oordlally Invited.
VV. H, Hmith, N. G.; Q, F. Motion, V. O.; A
Loughurst, Rec. Sec,
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter No. 123, G. R. C.
Meets third Wodnesday. Sojourning cornuan
ionB invited.    Georgo Johnstone, Z.   T. J.
Sims,   S. K.
s,       NELSON LODGK  No.25, K. of P.
vftmeots in K. of P. hall, Oddfellows blook
evoryTuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
'All visiting knights cordially Invito
Wm. Irvine, O.C.
11 iiiii i Stevens, K. of II. and S.
Meots every 2nd
Nelson Enoa   pment No. 7.
and 1th Friday of oach month, In Odd Fellows
Hall, cornor  Baker and   Kootonay  streets
Nolsou.   A. H. Clements, C. P.;  1). McArt.hu.'
R. S.  Visiting brothors always welonnm.
Certiiicates of Improvements
Qneen, Niagara, Lewiston, ami Burlington (Fractional), minerul claims
situate in the I* elson Miniug Division of
West Kootenay District.
Where located���On Wolf Oreek, n
branch of Sheep Creek, which is a tributary of Salmon River.
Take Notice tliat 1, William Waldie,
F. M. 0. BriOtiao, for myself and ns ag int
for John A. Turner. F. M. O. B60150,
and Michael Scully, Free Miuer's Certificate No. B5OO0O, intend 60 (lays
from tbe date hereof, to apply to tlie
Mining Recorder for certificates of
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Orown Grants of tbe above
And further take notice that action,
under seotiou 87 must be commenced
before tne issnanoe of such Certificates
of Improvement!.
Dated this 18th day of February,
A. D. 1902.
Agricultural Implements, Bee Supplies, Fruit Baskets, Fertilizers.
Catalogue Free. J
M.  J.   HENRY
3009 Westminster Road, Vanconver, B. f
NKLSON L. O. L. No. 1692 moots in Fraternity Hall on first and third Friday evening?
of each month at 8 9'clook. Visiting member
oordially invitod. W. W. Bradley, W. K.
A, Mluty, R. 8.
NKLSON AKRIE No. 22, F. O. E., moot*
every seoond and fourth Wednesdays of each
month. Visiting members oordlally invlt
Charles Prosser, Secretary.
For domestic or steam use.
A full   supply  always on
Kates to  all railway and
lake points
General Agent.
Tel. No. 205.
Office ��� Two doors   wesi
C.P.R. offices.
Kootonay Tent No. 7, K. O. T. M��� hold their
rogulur muetings 2nd and 1th Thursday of eacb
n.onth. Visiting brothron cordially Invitod to
intend. G.A. Brown  K. K.; Or. Hose, Com'
Certificate of Improvement
Allen Mineral Olaim situate in tlie
Nel ion Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
V'here located���On tbe divide between Sheep and Lost Greeks, 10 miles
frora Salmon Siding.
TAKE NOTIOE that I, N. F. Towns-
end, acting as ageut for,I. W. TliouilJ-
son. Free Miner'sOertlrJcateNo.B'120B7.
intend sixty days from the date hereof
to apply to the Miuiug Kecorder for ��
certificate of improvements for tne purpose of obtaining a Crowu ('rant ot tl11'
above olaim.
Aod further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commence!!
before the issuance of such certificate 01
improvements. .
Dated this 2nd day of November, A.
D��� tool N. F. XOWNSBN 0.
1st and 3rd Wednesday evenings oi
oaoh month at Fraternity hall i
oorner of Baker and Kootenay
streets. Visiting brethern cordially invitod.
Edward Maoleod. Secretary.
be rathe
Nolson Court Star of Kootonay, A. O. F
Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesdays In every
Month. Visiting brethren welcome. Vr Mac
Milllan, C. P.; Herbert McLeod. Sec
COURT KOOTKNAY, I. O. F., No. 3138.
Meetings 4th Thursday of month. Fraternal
hall. J A Irving C B.   P.  _ Fleming. II.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head offiok toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage
Apply to Q. ti. LENNOX, Bsktr St.
For the following supplies will
ceived at oflice of tbe fiecretnry 1
Kootenay Lake General Hospital DP i"
noon on Friday, April 25, 1902, viz;
liltl'-'H, 0*MCB*UE��,MBJlT, BRBADi H��k
Speoifloations for Groceries aul D'H?
may be seen at the oflice of the S',r"
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
About that second-band article0
youra. You'lUell it if ycro'U ���J*
tltelt In Tb< Winer v-ant (-"������������


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