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Daily Edition No. 889
Nelson,   British Columbia, Tuesday Evening,   November 20,  1900.
TO ADVERTISE
THE MINERALS
j Why the Chamber of Mines of
Southern B.C. Was
Organized.
Provisional   President Out
lines  the Work It
Will Do.
At the meeting   held in Rossland  a
lort time ago at which   the Chamber
Minos was organized Mr. J. B. Mc-
diur   presided.    He   explained   the
l&ects of tho meetinsg, which was to
establish   a    chamber   of    mines   for
Southern British   Columbia.    He stated that the   great   need of all mining
dlstrie'ts is the introduction of capital
in a largo way. and   this   was espeei-
|y so iu Southern British   Columbia
properly   develop its   mines, estab-
ih smelters,   mills   and   concentrat-
ig plauts for  the   treatment  and reaction of ores.    Uo said the time had
Brlved when   some   central organ!zn-
__tpo ought   to   be   established   which
Would obtain all data in regard to the
development of mines tlio   installation
:-of   mining   machinery   for the use   of
.the mines in all the   various camps of
.the district   eif   Southern   British Columbia, and also to ascertain week by
week the shipments of ore   from   each
of the mines in these camps���their estimated   value, the   smelters or   mills
to   which   the  ore   was   shipped   for
treatment,      and    this     information:
tbonld be tabulated by   tbe   Chamber
lues and  cabled  to  the financial
'es ot London, Berlin   and   Paris,
also   handed   to   the   Associated
1 and Canadian Press associations
tho newspapers  published   in   the
ted   Stale's   and Canada.    In   this
the product of the   mines   would
llaced weekly before the Investing
_c   as   the   resnlt   of  the   mining
���ni ions in these camps,
would further be the   purpose   of
iroposed   organization that  by   a
b of letters   issned   under tho an
i^Wty of the Chamber of Mines, to reel month by month the actual min
���development going on in the vari-
Bfcmnps; the  erection of new smel
*s, mills and oyanide   plants foi the
intent and   reduction of ores; also
tho proposed oganization could be
irvlce to newly   discovered camps,
Or camps which ban been neglected in
^^%ast, by  producing  such   facts to
!   transportation      companies    as
Bid induce them to   improve transportation facilities to them.
And also that it would he of service
In the matter of tariff and other legislation in the interests of the mining
and smelting industries of the Province, and in laying before the local
legislature' tho necessities of these
camps with regard to grants for the
Construction of roads aud trails.
He pointed out tho large amount of
money which hail been within the
^Htyear expended In Rosslaml by
the 11. A. C. companies and thee War
Eagle ami Centre .star companies and
by the Canadian I'aeilie. and (Ireat
Northern railways In regard to transportation, and the recent determination of the West Kootenay Power &
"Mgbt Company to increase its plant
���"noreasing its hydraulic works to
horse-power and immediately
illlng machinery to generate 10,-
lorse power, and the statement of
^Bknanager of thu power company
that 4,000 of this horso power was in
sight before actual construction began. This expenditure alone would
Hunt to about 91,000,000. This
^Hthe ..suit of the visit of two of
HSircctors to the camp from Mon-
a_M, who had seen the great advance
He in tho camp sinco their visit one
���^ago.
also pointed out that within the
[few months the Granby smelter
jbeon established at Grand Forks,
lh In treating over 000 tons of ore
y from the mines In Phoenix and
jington camps in the Boundary
'lot i and that two other smelters
low being constructed at Orsen-
1 and would be in operation early
le now year, and would bo cap-
of treating four or live hundred
tons of ore per day. That the
I C. smelter at Northport was be-
inereased to 1,500 tons per day,
It would be treating that amount
"e from their mines at Rossland
ie first ot  the year,   Ana furtl.e
that  the  Trail   smelter   was    being
enlarged   so  that   it would be able to
treat in tlie neighborhood of 1,500 tons
per day���the greater portion of which
would come from the   Rossland camp;
and that the management also intended to  erect a   converter or refinery to
its plant for the treatment  of   matte.
The large   production of silver-lead
ores in the   Slocan,   Ainsworth,   Lardeau, Lardo-Duncan, and East Kootenay   also  come in for   consideration.
It therefore seemed   proper that some
central organization   should be established for the purpose of gathering all
this data and having   it published   as
widely   as   possible,   and   he had   no
doubt   that,     when   these facts   were
known to the financial   centres,   capital would flow in large amounts   into
this great district of Southern British
Columbia.
He stated that he had met with
flattering success among the citizens
of Rossland in .obtaining contributions
towards carrying on an Association
of this kind.
Various gentlemen present participated in the deision,and it was moved
and unanimously carried, 'That an
association,to be known as the Chamber of Mines of Southern British Columbia,with the words 'Kootenay and
Yale' bracketed in���sliould be established " And "That a committee of
four, with a president, should be appointed to act together for the pur-
doe of communicating with represena-
tives of the mining, smelting and
transportation interests, soliciting
their service and earnest co-operation
in the carrying on of this Chamber of
Mines."
Mr. J.    B.    McArthur   was   elected
president of the   chamber; Messrs.   C.
l'.Chamberlain, J.'8.0. Eraser, F. VV.
Rolt and John McKane  were appoint
ed the provisional committee.
THINK THEY'RE
ON WRONG TACE
English Press Tiring of Slowness In Settling Chinese
Troubles.
European Powers are Gradu
ally   Coming to a
Decision.
SIR  CHARLES   TUPPER.
Delivered a Slendid Address to a
Crowded House at Vancouver.
A despatch from Vancouver in regard to Sir Charles Tupper's visit
there says: Sir Charles Topper delivered a splendid address Saturday evening to a crowded house in tho central
committee rooms. He dealt largely
with historical questions, and denied
that Sir Wilfrid had done the great
things he claimed to have done for
Canada, the Liberals really having
opposed most of the great national
undertakings.
Sir Charles was heartily applauded.
Other speakers were Hon. II. McBride,
Mr. VV. J. Bowser and Mayor Oarden.
Sir llibbert Tupper.in an interview
this morning   regarding   the question
of tho succession to tho   leadership of
the Conservative party   in the   House
of Commons,   said   that   a   caucus   of
Conservative members   of   Parliament
would probably be held at   some time
antedating   tho   next    Parliamentary
session, at   which  caucus  a leader of
tho   party   would     be    chosen.    The
names of various  Conservatives being
mentioned to him as prospective leaders, among   them   Mr.   R. L. Borden,
of Halifax, and Mr. P.   B.    Osier,   of
Toronto,   Sir   Hibbert   Tupper,   commenting   on   these   names,   remarked
that In his opinion   Mr.   Borden   possessed'eminent qualicfiations   for  the
leadership; but   further than this expression   of   implied     preference   Sir
llibbert did not deem it proper to go.
Hpenkiug of the   trip  of Sir Charles
and   Lady Tupper   and himself to tho
Coast,   Sir   llibbert   stated   that  his
father and himself hnd been profoundly impressed and deeply touched with
the warmth nnd   cordiality   of the receptions they had   received   en route
and particularly   of   tho  wolcomo ex
tended to them by Vancouver citizens,
lie remarked   thnt   the   most   unique
reception tendered was that at Winnipeg, where 250 of the most prominent
women of Winnipeg came   to the station, presenting Sir Charles and Lady
Tupper with bouquets and an address.
New   York,   Nov.     20.���There   is   a
growing feeling of impatience in London over the delay in   affecting a settlement of the Chinese questions, says
a   Tribune   cablegram.    The   English
press frankly confesses that it   is   tiring of   punitive   expeditions   to   one-
quarter or another and that it consid
ers it hardly worth while  to keep   all
China in a state of   turmoil, preventing   thereby   restoration   of    normal
trade relations, in   order   to punish a
few criminals who cannot   be caught,
while   the   court   remains   in   exile.
English opinion   will not be fully expressed until the   cures   are   provided
by the Foreign Oflice, but   it is fairly
safe to   assume  that   it supports  the
American   contention   that   the   most
urgent requirement of the situation is
the establishment in Pekin of a   Oovernment with the   essential  elements
ot stabi.itj' and authority. Since there
can be no substitute for   the   Empress
rule, her relation to tlio capital seems
a   foregone   conclusion.   The  punishment of tlie princes,   especially Tuan,
is the chief obstacle   to   a settlement.
The latest    dispatches   indicate   that
the   European   powers   are   gradually
coming to a decision   on tlie preliminaries of peace, on which general negotiations may be opened.    Tlie trend of
events   indicate   that   the    European
powers  aro   slowly   approaching   the
American position on   the whole matter.
ed the Corcoran building in which the
commission has its oilices and nnd broken    open   the   desk   of   Lieutenant-
Commander   Staunton,    secretary    of
the     commission.       Lieutenant-Commander Staunton said last   night that
when he tried to open   his desk a  day
or two ago lie discovered the lock was
broken.    His   impression   was that it
was the   work   of  burglars   who   for
some purpose were seeking to get   advance information   about   the conclusion of the report.    The   incident created great excitement among members
of the commission.    The report of the
commission is being very closely safeguarded   aud   it is said   that some  of
the   commissioners   are   not  yet    acquainted with   what  the   report   will
contain.
FATAL WRECKS
ON TWO ROADS
S. F. & N. Rails Spread on
Sunday With Fatal
Results.
Head On Collision on Crow's
Nest Line Yesterday
Afternoon.
'SILENCE   IS   GOLDEN.
Tod
Hi
New York, Nov.   20.���The   negotiations in   China,   according   to   a dispatch to the Times from   Washington,
have reached   a   most   serious   stage.
Thre actions of the powers   are   making partition almost .inevitable.    Tho
United   States   faces  the   probability
that it will either have to take a slice
of China or  go   without   any   indemnity.    In that case it is  positively asserted by   high   authorities   that   the
United States will go without   the indemnity.    Tbe   United     States     may
succeed   in   reducing the  demands  of
the other Powers and is now   making
every effort to that end   but   with   no
immediate prospect of success.    Every
nation has   disavowed   any   Intention
of    dismembering   China,    but    that
merely relates to dismemberment as a
punishment for   the   Boxer   outrages.
No nation has pledged   itself to avoid
taking a course which   will  sooner or
later make dismemberment inevitable.
P��
MANITOBA   LIQUOR ACT.
Hearing   of   Argument    In    Queen's
Bench Sot for   November 26.
Winnipeg,     Man.,   Nov.     20.���The
hearing of tho argument   on   the constitutionality   of    Hon.   Hugh   John
Maedonald's new Liquor Act has been
set for November   20, before   the  full
Court  of   Queen's  Bench   here.    The
Dominion    and    Provincial    Governments,   the   Dominion   Allianco,   the
Licensed     Victuallers'    Associations,
and the Hudson's Bay  Company  will
.each    be    represented    by    counsel
[thereat.   This  argument  will   likely
take some days.
London, Nov. 20.���"Tho French
Consul here reports," says the Shanghai correspondent of the Ilaily News,
"that severe persecution of Catholic
converts continue in tbe Province of
Kiang Su. Mr Ooodnow, (U. S. Consul) hears that tho Protestants In the
Province of Chi Kiang are similarly
persecuted. The Governors of both
Provinces arc Munchurins and violent
ly antl-forclgn."
London, Nov. 20.���According to the
Shanghai correspondent of The Times
It is asserted on good authority in
Tien Tsin that there are still some
missionaries surviving at Tai Yuen
Fu under protection of the Mandarins.
Sloan   Will   Not    Talk   of
TroublcB   in England.
London, Nov. 20.���"Silence is golden," said Tom   Sloan,   .Or   when the
preinier_jockey arrives in   New   York
next week from   England he will surprise the Gotham/reporters   by falling
to give his   usual  column   interview.
Sloan has decided to keep still relative
to  his   trouble  with    the .Prince   ot
Wales,   and   says all  Interviews   that
will be published on   his arrival  will
be woven out of whole cloth.    Personal explanations   have not been offered
for the sudden   determination   of   the
Prince  not    to   engage    Sloan.    The
general belief in England is  that   the
Prince had the negotiations terminated because of   Lord   Durham's attack
on American jockeys���on Sloan in particular.    There   is   reason   to   believe
this Is far from the truth,as are other
explanations  advanced.    Sloan  is   in
partnership wtih Frank   Gardner,   an
American,   who  made   a   fortune   in
Australia,   and   who   ia   now   having
success^  on   the   English   turf  under
Sloan's guidance.    For reasons which
appear to be very good,  English   turfmen and tho Prince of Wales   aro unwilling   to   share   the services  of the
American jockey with Mr.  Gardner.
Speaking of Mr. Gardner   recalls to
mind another horseman who has oome
to England   from   Australia.    This   is
Bob Sevier, who   has  suddenly  come
into prominence as the heaivest plunger ot the year.    It   is safe to say  he
has won a quarter of  a million sterling this season in   the   betting   ring.
He has been bookmaker and actor,and
is now landed  proprietor   and   owner
of race horses, including a colt which
may next year win tho Derby.   It was
Sevier who   bought   Colonel   Pepper's
Kentucky thoroughbred, King's Courier, for   5,200  guineas at   tbe sale  of
John A. Drake's stable.  King's  Cour-
!er has a reasonable   chance of becoming the first horse in England in 1(101.
Mr. Sevier was also a bidder for Royal
Flush   when    Mr.   Gardner   got   him
for 1,250  guineas.    Mr.    Sevier   mado
his first coup   early   in   the season on
Gaffer,   when    be    won   ��28,000.    It
wasMr.Sevier's heavy betting against
Mr. Drake's   Escurial that led   tothe
steward's enquiry into the running of
the horses.
^    Col. Wm. Brayton of Kaslo. arrived
in tbe City this morning on business,
London, Nov. 20.���The Morning's
Post's Pekln correspondent wiring
Saturday says: "The edict inflicting
punlBhment Is milder than the first reports suggested, l'rinee Tuan and
Prince Chwang are only banished
and not imprisoned. Duke Lan is
merely dismissed. The foreign envoys
cannot accept the edict owing to tlie
Inadequacy of the punishments.
"Count Von Waldersee officially announces that he has stopped looting
and restored peace in the Province of
Chi Tl.'
THEATRICAL   OFFER   TO BRYAN.
Anna Held's Manager   Will Pay   Him
820,000 a Year to Join Company.
Indianapolis, Nov. 20.���Managor
Florcnz Ziegfeld, of the Anna Held
theatrical company, which has. just
closed an engagement hero, has telegraphed an offer of 820,000 a year to
William Jennings Bryan to associate
himself with the company. Mr. Ziegfeld says that six years ago Mr. Bryan
mado a proposition to Ziegfold's business associate, Will Block, to becomo
press agent for bis shows, and recalling this, Ziegfeld has made this
offer. He says Bryan would make an
ideal press agent, and could be used
to advantage In tho dinner aeeno of
tho play, "Papa's Wife," to make a
speech.
'I consider Bryan the greatest
showman on earth," said Ziegfeld.
He declares the offer of 820,000 is
made in earnest.
The regular train of the Spokane
Fall & Northern due to arrive here
from Spokane at 7:30 last evening did
not reach Nelson until 5 o'clock this
morning. The delay was caused by a
fatal wreck which occurred late Sunday evening about two miles south of
Dragoon station.
The story of the wreck as told by
the Spokesman-Review is as follows:
A fatal wreck occurred on the Spokane Falls & Northern railway at 4
p. m. yesterday, two miles south of
Dragoon station. One man was killed and two others sustained serious
injuries.
The train was regular southbound
freight. It consisted of eight cars and
a caboose. When at the point where
the tragedy occurred the rails spread
because of tho action of snow and rain
under the ties and four cars were
thrown from the track down a rather
steep grade. The engine and tender
were left on top of the grade, also the
remaining four cars of the train and
the caboose.
. The four cars which were wrecked
were loaded with sacked lime. In one
of the cars 17 men were stealing
rides. One of these men, John Klein,
was caught beneath a pile of wreckage and crushed to death. Several
others were pinned down by timbers.
Patrick Welch and Richard Hocking
were dragged out later by the trainmen who has escaped   injury.
Welch's collar bone was broken and
his back and shoulders were severely
bruised^and cut. Hocking's right arm
was broken in two places. Both men
were unconscious when found by the
rainmen and were nearly suffocated
under bursted sacks of lime.
How the other occupants of the car
escaped serious injuries is a matter of
speculation. They were imprisoned in
the overturned car and when the.door
was finaliy opened by the trainmen
the men left the scene at once, apparently not eating what became of their
wounded companions.
News of the'accident was telephoned
to the city about G o'clock last night
and a wrecking train was made up
and dispatched to the scene. Dr.
Brown accompanied the train and cared for the wounded men. The body
of tho dead man was brought to the
city later on and taken to Oilman'l
morgue.
The regular passenger train was delayed five hours by the wreck, the
passengers being transferred to part
of the wrecking train, which reached
tho Spokane depot   at midnight.
Trainmen and ollicinls were very reticent last night about the cause of
the accident, and why so ninny men
wero allowed to steal a ride In a
freight oar, though nearly every
freight train brings a few men to the
city In this manner.
Eleventh  Year
ductor Pettit and the freight train
in charge of Conductor O'llagen. Tbe
cause of the accident is not known
here,but it is believed to have occurred through mistaken orders.
"Jack" MeDermott, the man killed,
has been a hridgo and building foreman on the Crow's Nest line since
construction. He was about 42 years
of age, was well known along the
road and was very well liked.
BRODEUR NEXT SPEAKER.
Is   Generally   Looked   Upon   as    the
Choico of the House.
Ottawa, Nov. 20.���It   has beon stated   on   reliable   authority    that   the
Speakership of the   Commons will   go
to Mr.    L. P.    Brodeur,   member   for
Uouville, who   was   Deputy   Speaker
during the last Parliament. A consideration which strengthen the   ex-Deputy Speaker's pull is that  It   will put
him out of the way should changes be
made in the Cabinet   at   any time   in
the future.    He would   be   sure to enter the lists   for   a  position, while It
is  generally conceded   that Mr. Raymond Prefontaine haB won promotion
when an opening occurs.  He captured
Terrebonne and held his seat   in Mon
treat, and was the strongest   man   in
Quebec, aside   from   the Premier   and
Mr. Tarte.
There will ho a recount in Ot-
ta.va. The Conservative Association
has decided to ask for a recount of
the ballots cast at the recent election,
believing that there is every chance
erf a majority being obtained for Mr.
Champagne. The scrutineers report
a sufficient number of rejected ballots marked for Mr. Champagne,
which, if counted, would place him
ahead of Mr. Belconrt. A returning
officer, not being a lawyer, generally
rejects ballots which a judge would
have no hesitation in counting, and
tlio friends of Mr.Champagne are confident that he would have a good
fighting chance on a recount.
SAYS HE IS ELECTED.
T. It.  Klock of Niplssing Will Contest
For His Seat in the Courts.
Toronto, Nov. 20.���J. B. Klock who
claims to be   representative   elect   for
Nipissing in the Dominion   House   of
Commons,   owing   to alleged   irregularities   regarding   dates   of  nomination and polling in that constituency,
was in this city yesterday taking   necessary steps   to enforce  his rights by
law.    He   expresses his   intentions to
light it out in   the  courts and to .pay
no attention to the election on December 1.
TO STEAL THE REPORT.
New York, Nov. 20.���It was reported
In Washington, says a Herald special, that burglars, who were after tho
forthcoming report of the Walker-Is-
thinean Canal Commission bad   cntcr-
"Do you know how to And out
whether or not a boy will make a politician?" asked Jerry Kohlllalrd of _
Miner man this morning. "You
don't? Then put him in a room with
an apple, a dollar and a Bible in
front of him. Leave him for a moment and then come back. If ho is
looking at tho apple make a farmer nf
him. If he is looking at the dollar
make a merchant of him. If he is
looking nt the Bible make n minister
of him. But if you find he has eaten
the apple, has the dollar in .his pocket
and is sitting on the Bible then make
a politician of him."
As the result of a head-on collision
on the Crow's Nest line, near Blalr-
more ycBterday, John MeDermott,
bridge and building foreman, was instantly killed, and throe of his working crew seriously Injured.
The collision occurred at   2   o'clock
n the aftornoon at the curve near the
Sulphur   Springs,    between    a    west
bound freight and a work train going
east.    Tho  trains were not   traveling
at a very high rate   of speed   but met
with sufllcient forco   to almost demolish both engines and teleseopo several
of the cars.    The   engineer  and   lire-
man on each ongine jumped and saved
themselves.    Jack     MeDermott,    who
was   killed, was in the rear car of the
work train, Where he had   his   olliee.
The shock   damaged tlie car considii
ably und threw Mcllcrinott with lUflb
cient force to fatally injure him.    The
stove in tho enr also   broke loose   ami
when   MeDermott was found   he   was
penned in by tbe   stove, Inirnud about
the body and   was   dead.    The   three
men who Wuru Injured   were in   other
parte of the work train.    The   frelghl
train crew   escaped   without   Injury.
DRAMATIC DROWNING.
London, Nov. 20.���The Daily Express publishes the following from
Odessa: "A party of 38 Turks wishing to leave itussia secretly sailed at
dead of night from Tschurusku to
cross tbe Black Sea. A storm arose
aud the boat tilled. First the baggage was thrown overboard. Then
the children nnd finally the women
were committed to the sea, but tbia
had not prevented the vessel from
foundering and all perished save one
lad, who clung to the mast and was
washed ashore."
OUR REPKESKNTATIVE.
Ottawa, Nov. 20.���Hon. Wm. Mulock, Postmaster-General, whom It
was thougnt would be chosen by his
colleagues to represent Canada at the
Australian Commonwealth ceremonies, iinil.-, it impossible to get away
from business engagments. The name
of Hon. R. R. Dohell is now mention*
ed as likely to be the representative,
Sending a contingent of troops Is considered impossible on account of the
expense.
ONTARIO STATISTICS.
Toronto, Nov. 20.��� Ontario vital
slntlstlcs for lslisi have Just been Compiled by the registrar gckftral, Show
the following: Births In 1H01I, 44,705,
as against 40,51)9 in Ih'.in, decrease of
I,siil; marriages in I sua, 18,514 aa
against 15,375 in lHUH, increase 1,1.10;
deaths 2s,007 as against 211,370 in 18UJ,
an increase of 2,237.
TO CHECK AN EVIL.
Toronto, Nov. 20.-The Council of
Trade been asked by leading wholesale firms to take steps to check the
steae ii.v growing evil of oustomers
returning goods that have boen sent
them in accordance with their orders,
due largely to unfavorable season
for certain goods.
A   0HOBCH   BURNED.
Truro. N. .8. Nov. 20.-The Onslow
Presbyterian church was totally de-
Htroyed by   tire   yesterday      - Nelson Daily Miner, Tuesday Evening, November 20, 1900
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WORTHY OF SUPPORT.
In a   letter   to   the   editor  of  The
Miner, Mr. J. B.   McArthur, of Rossland,   Provisional   President   of    the
Chamber   of   Mines,   says:    "We feel
that   we are on the   eve of a great revival in mining, and it is our purpose
to   direct   the   attention of tbe financial   world   to   our   great mineral re-
nources and their development." That,
in a nutshell, is the object for   which
the Chamber has   been organised, and
such being tho case everyone in Southern British Columbia should do all in
his power to give  the Chamber such a
prominence that its work   will   result
in much good being done. The history
of every successful   mining district on
earth is the  history  of   judicious advertising. We have hills full of riches,
just as a merchant has shelves full   of
goods, and   advertising   in both cases
ia what is required to   attract the   attention of purchasers.
The Miner some months ago urged
tbe citizens of Nelson to organise a
Chamber of Mines, and seek the cooperation   of   the   mining interests of
In hiB  letter   of   withdrawal   as   a
candidate, Mr. MaeNeill Bays  of   the
gentleman   who baa been   selected  to
take   up   the   fight   in bis stead,   Mr.
McKane:   "From his  prominent connection with tbe mining   industry   he
is particularly well fitted to.represent
this riding, and to   call   attention   to
its many needs."   Owiug  to  clreum-
stanes for   which, we  are  persuaded,
the mass of the   mine workers themselves    were  not   responsible,   there
have been strained relations between
them  and the    mine  owners.     This
was brought about  by   labor  leaders
and politicians, who   were  interested
in using it for purposes of their own.
For a long time the feeling was   that
the mine owners.had   interests  separate and opposed to those of  the  mine
workers.    Happily   this   feeling,   engendered by agitation, is   rapidly dying out, and.the miners.are once more
recognising  that  the interests of the
two  classes  are common.   This  iB  a
mining constituency, and Mr. McKane
in a  special  sense   is   representative
of tbe mining   industry,   tyiqe workers, even more   than  any other  class
in tbe   community,    should   desire to
havo that  industry   ably   represented
in our Parliament at   Ottawa.    A I>a-
bor candidate cpjild represent,only.l)il��
class; Mr. McKane would represept ^h*
industry in all   its forms and aspects..
Unfortunately there is a Labor caudi-1
date in   the  field, whom  the  minora
will feel under some sort of obligation
to support;   but   the   wiser   of   thorn
will see that all mining interests,will
be better   served   by   the   election   ot
Mr. McKane.    He will   stand for  the
industry as a whole,   which   includes
mine workers as well as mine owners-
Plant your Hyacinth
Bulbs in a glass. They
grow better and look
prettier in a glass than
in common clay pots.
Hyacinth Glasses 9
inphes high, assorted
colors���
25 cents each.
Rosi-QMice Store
C4JTADA. DRUG
BOOK CO.
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Prepare Por Winter m wm^m
A good old fashioned cold winter is predicted. Be ready for it
by buying strong, solid, dependable footwear���the kind that will
protect you from the rain, snow,
and ice.
We can supply your wants, at
prices to suit you.
. Ih<8_ LILLIE BROS.
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HEATING  STOVES
For wood or hard or soft coal.
The  largest  line  carried   by
any firm in Canada.
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY,
.MCORPOrH^OT ���_tk
Blankets,,
The   warmest  thing
is the Hudson's BayI
R. W. DAY,
Agent fob
life, Accident, ami r-lre Insurance.
Loans .Effected on Desibaiilk
Terms.
The most influential of American
newspapers, The New York Tribune,
has the following to say of the Canadian elections: "It will not escape observation, however, that  he   (Sir  W.
operation of the mining interests ot r'aurier> won J�� ��Hj ,of ������""'
the various parts of tbe district. Some through a splendid audacious rep,U��l-
sllght move in that direction waa ation of the traditional policies of his
made, but   so   slow was the   progress  P"** and of the *���* i^uea on whloh
he was first triumphant.    Tho Liberal
party  has been for free  trade; it has
practised   protection.    It  used  to de
nounce acceptance of  Crown ortici* by,
members of  Parliament; it has  been
BOLE AG-NT FQR
, BOOTH  & FOX'S  IRISH DOWN
QUILTS, ETO.
For Bale.
Vernon St. 60 loot lot with houses ou
same bringing iofiO monthly.
30 foot lot sod house, Baker St.
For Kent.
7 room bouse, all modern conveniences,
815.
5 room house and kitchen, all modern
conveniences, $10.
11 room house and cellar, all modern
conveniences, $25.
Also splendidl v furnished Iioubp through
out) including piano; would be null-
able as boarding house, $30.
12 room house, hot snd cold water, etc.
If desired, furniture can bo bought
on reasonable terms; $35.00.
that the enterprising Rosslanders
took the matter up and with characteristic energy carried it to a successful issue.    It now remains for the rest
of us  to   turn   in and   help.    Of   thei���" ���   	
great good that  can be done  by  such  Practising  such   acceptance on   every
an    organisation  there    can    be  no' "rt,,t"-    U    ����>vei_heci    against
COOKING STOVES
"Good   Cheer"   Ranges  and
Cook Staves.   A oomplete line.
_.e   AGENTS   FOR   THE  CELEBRATED ZZZ
OGLE'S  HOT  BLAST  HEATERS.
\ Call and be convinced that the only place to bny
Stoves  and   Ranges  at  tbe  right  prices  IB  the
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Ileal Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, H. C
Branch Markets in Kossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocaa City.
Orders by malt to any branch will have careful *+A oromot attention.
town
Blanket.     Made
White, and Blue.
in
3K Point, $7.00 per Pair
Point, $8.00 per Pi
We also carry a full lines
Canadian Blankets, in
and  Colors, from $2,75]
pair up.
See our stock before |
chasing elsewhere
doubt.    A    systematic   gathering    of
facts, properly certified to, concerning
the progress being made in the different districts, and   careful distribution
of the material bo   gathered could not
fail to produce   good results,    British
Columbia has seen many other mining
countries not so   rich   go   steadily   to
the front  while   she   stood   still.    In
evory case   it  was the result of  good
advertising on the part of the successful country, and   the lack of it on tbe
part of this Province.    For   ycarB   we
have   been   abusing   Governments for
neglecting us; we have abused   everybody who should have   advertised   us
but.did not. Now we have tbe matter
in. our own hands.
In the circular letter Bent out by the
Chamber to mining men   of  Southern
British Columbia the   objects   of  tho
organisation are  pointed  out and the
co-operation of the recipient solicited.
This   co-operation     might    be   more
promptly promised if   the   letter   had
explained in what manner the interest
could be shown.    If organisation is to
he perfected on a   large scale Mie different districts  could send representatives   to   a   general meeting.    At   all
events each centre should have a working   committee, the   organisation   of
which would probably be ono   of   the
first duties the   secretary   had to per
form.    When sectional jealousy   is   so
apt to bo engendered the basis of   organisation Would   have to insure complete   impartiality   in   giving  prominence to tbe different camps.
Hut, however it is done, let it be
successful, and rocoive the hearty
support of all thoso interested in the
ad,_neeinent of our mining interests.
The politics of the world are becoming settled, aud capital is ready to
flow, bo there is no time like the present to bring before outside investors
tho exceptional advantnge of Southern British Columbia aa a Hold for
profitable investment
Thore is not an arranter hypocrite
in all Canada than The Toronto Globe.
Daring the election of l-'.'i'. it joined
In the Manitoba school cry, nnd did
Its full share in exciting religious
prejudices in Ontaiio, to tlie great advantage of the Liberal party and the
successful promotion of the Crow's
Nest deal. After the election it lamented the wickedness that eould engage In sueh unholy strife, and read
long lootures in reproof; it had gained
its point, ami immediately assumed
its character of superior virtue.
Throughout the campaign just closed
It had not a word in rebuke of tbe
Tartcs and Monets and Ilourassas who
Inflamed the racial   prejudices of Que-
H. & M. BIRD
Agcntt for Enreka nin.ral Wool and
A.bentos   Co.
lnsnianco Go. of North ^America. Mutual ILIfe
opportunity.   It    Inveighed    against1
Conservative extravagance, and prom
ised retrenchment; it has heen spend
ing more money each year   than  ever,
was spent before.  It demanded roduo-
tion of   the debt; it has been increaa-
iug it.   It declaimed aga'nst raHroad
influences in Government; It has been,
as subservient to  the  railroad  interests as any of its Conservative  prede?
cessors.    It stood  for  practical   indc-
peudence of   the   Mother Country;   It
has become   rampantly   Imperialistic.
There is scarcely an   essential itewjqi,
its  former   creed   which   it has,not
practically  repudiated   and reversed-
Whether this muans an  actual change,
of opinion, or merely an audacious at-
tempt to 'dish the Tories,' it  haa led,
to a success greater than anyone  bad,
the slightest reason to expect."
-i^M-e~Od^ of New'-Ork/ou'ebec'
Flro Assurance Go.
REAL ESTATl:. MONEYTOLOAN.
FOR SALE.
Hlxleon lots in Hogustown have hivii
1 placed   in  our  hands for  immediate
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL  KINDS  OF
sale at .prices varying from 885 to 3125
each. These lots are all in good posi-
tion and aro first .-class building sites.
FOR RENT.
fi-Boomedhouse, corner of Ward
'   and Kobson, all   modern   conveniences  >35 00
8-Roomed .bouse, Rume Addition 20 00
_Teyv house on Water Street  18 00
Cottage on Water Street 15 00
<7-Roomed house on Robson St.,
between Kootenay and Stanley, all conveniences  25 00
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVEa.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
HUDSON'S!
BAY
STORES,
Corner Baker and StauM Btreet. |
NELSON, B. C.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
The conductors of The Miner hftve,
said nothing of Mr. Houston which
the circumstances did not warrant and,
the tactB justify. He is a.public n����n,
everlastingly seeking public positions,
and forever thrusting himself into
public notice. He is In many respects
objectionable, and it is the privilege,
and duty of an organ.of publ'.o opinion to criticise him. This The.Miuw
lias done, keeping well within its
rights,and this it proposes to continne
doing, quite regardless of Mr. Hous-
tons whines or the anger.of Mr. Houston's friends.
EXAMINATION OP ABSAYERS FOR
MOENOE TO PRACTICE IN BRITISH-COLUMBIA.
Notice is hereby given that, in accordance with section 12 of "Bureau
of Mipes Act," a special examination
for efficiency in tlie practice of assaying will beheld in tho City of Nelson,
on December 3rd, 11)00, and such following days as may be found necessary. Details of such examination
may be found in the B. C. Gazette���on
file in eaeh Government Office;
Intending candidates should make
application for such examination 10
days inadvance to the Provincial As-
l-sfcyer. Secretary of Board of Examiners", Viotorla.
Such application to be accompanied
with tho-oe of 810.
RICHARD M'BRIDE,
Minister of Mines.
Department of Mines,   Victoria,   B.
C,, 5th November, W00.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
DRINK
the: best
BEE!
Capital Fald.np,
Incorporated 1869.
#i._s.-.,ow.o- I Rest,
Hnnrel of 1 Mrrrinre,:  ThomuH K. Kenny,  President;  Thomas nitohlo, Vloo-I .en-lonl.
Wiley -nill.il. 11. ll. Itaulil, Hon. 11. II. Fuller, M.L.O., lion. D��vld MaoKeen.
He ml office, Mallfaxi
Oeneral Manager, Edson L. Peatta, Montreal.
Baperint-ndoiii of llranchere. and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Halifax.
luHpootor, W. F. Brock. Halifax.
Inspector 1). M. Stewart, Montreal.
Branches t
Nova Rerotta-nnllfax Branch, Antluonlejli, Bridgwater, Qoynboro. Londonderry, Lunenburg.
Mnttlttnd (-ant- Co.), Pictou, Port Rawkesbury, Sydney. Bhubonacadie. Truro, Weyuiouth
New Itrttnnwlclt���Bit-hun., L)oi.hcHtar, Fredericton, Kingston (Kent Co.l, Monoton, Newcastle, Sackvlllo, WsodHlock. V. E. ImIhimI���Charlottetown, bummo-dde. Qacbrr -Montreal
(City Office!, Montreal. West Knd (Cor. Notre Dame and Seigneurs StreeUI; "��Vo8tniount,(Cor.
Grccno Avcuuo mil St. Catharines Street. Ontario���Ottaws. Net.r��_���dla_d- ~Ht.John's
Cubs, Weat ladles��� Havana. United Mutes���New York 111) -.change Place! Kovublic, Wash
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
��'orrrMXtrulcut* I
-Morch-iitR Bank of Canada.   Homon���Natioual Hhawniut Bank.   .blcago���Amerlea
������   First Notional Bank.   London, -n��. -Hank of Scotland
*�������� ����� .���.-._-.iio���,
111 1:1 in: A COLD I.N OKF. Itetf
Take Laxative Brown y,e| Initio Tablatrs.   AH
druggists refund the money If It faus to cure.
1.    K, W. OrnT-.. s_raAuitre.iM.an   ��__li box,
��� rn��'.'
Mantle S. S.Lines.
From Montreal
Beaver Line Montfort .T...TN"ovl9
Beaver line UkeOha! .-.-a
< nnnelri _
National Bank.
Man Prsnrlsco-
To the Public.
Send us your name and
address and we will mail 1 you
one of our artistic Christmas
Business Cards.
Patenaude   Bros,,
_eeavor_a_e iaku vmatnplata Nov 21!
Allan l.limTnni.elan Novll
Dominion Line Cambroman .Nov 10
From Portland. Mo.
Allan Une NumuUan Novas
Dominion Line Vanoouvor Nov 21
From Halifax
Dominion Line Vancouver Nov 26
From New York
Cunard   Line Locator, Nov 17
Cunard Line Uftibrla Nov 2t
White Star Line Oenuanlo Novll
White Star Lino Majestio Nov 21
American Line New York  Nov 21
Rroil 3tor Lino Westorulond Nov.21
NTo.CLlno Trave Nov20
Anchor Line, Anehorln Nov H
Fronoh Lino Ls Lorraine Nov 22
Allan State Lino State of Nebraska... Nov 17
From Boston
Dominion Line Commonwealth....... Nov 11
llnoanl Lino Hernia Nov 17
Passages arranged to and from all Kuropoan
���point*. For rates, ticker, nml full Information
apply to c. I', ll. depot agent or H. L. Brown
City Passenger Agent, Nolson, B. C.
W. P. F. CUMMINGS.
Oeneral Cerent. C.P.H.. Oflloos. Winnipeg
Pnrls, France���Credit Lyoitnais.   Itrnuuila-Bauk of Bermuda.   < blaa and Japan���Hoog
Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Ueneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills ol Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on tho most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
uVpiiirit ������' and on Saving Bank acoounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
Manufacturing Jewel*".
NELSON,    -    -    B.
C.
NOTICE.
A.B
Co., Ltd'
GRAY, ItalierSt'Sl
Kootonay Ap*1'
C.W.WEST&I
Coal and M
AgentolmpemlOUO^j
Crow's   Nest
Coal, $
Anthracite
BBDBI. B0SSLAM)
VfiJWON ST., NELSON.
RATES
���Byvthe week from $5 ta 96.
By. the day $1.00.
J". V. Q'LAUGrHTIN, Prop-
Notice is hereby given that in virtue of the Act of the
Dominion Parliament, 63 and 64 Victoria, Chapter 103
and Chapter 104, the name of
THE   MERCHANTS'  BANK   OF   HALIFAX
'  II       ee���__���_< II ���>���_-��.
will  be changed to
"tEte TRofftl Batik of Canafra"
from and after
the  Second  day  of  January,  1901.
E. L. PEASE,
General Manager.
Halifax, 1st November, 1900.
DELIVER"0'
ltd'
No order *Hftffl
accompanied uy
Offlce Corner Hall and Btf
TB_��PH0N* �����'
GEO. GUliD
Boom 1, Tnrnnr-Iioi'iikli Hlook.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING AfiBN*
Houses and Building Lots in All Parts
of the Oity.
HOUSES FOR SALE
Five, sl*. ����v��n "J'.1.?-_'':__?<"" hooHs for
CALL ON THE
NELSON WINE CO.
and try a bottle, a down, or a barrel of
OALQARY BEER _b It Is tho host, and
ohBiftnt on the markot. Alno try our
W-feS, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
mAUK A. TAMBLYN. M.m-m.
Bt, Nelson, 13,0,
F. O. GBBBN
GREEN &
Civil Engineers and P""
K, S. Otf*
el|N
The Nelson Electric Tramway Co. Ltd.
tOTS FOR   SALE  ON   EASY   TERMB.
Large number of Choice"Buildirig Lots adjacent to the line ;Of their
Tramway. For price and terms of sale apply at the office of th* Company, MacHoaald Block, corner of Josephine and'Vernon Streets.
T. C. -WNCAN., _%��r��ta7,
Surveyo1*
P. o. Box Ui
a-rTbarR^
Provincial Land S*
p. 0. B��x B8I)'
wire Ka
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Nelson' Daily Miner,  Tuesday  Evening^  November 20, 1900
A  DOG CURE FOR   RHEUMATISM.
Small Hairless Kind  Said To Be Most
KHlcaolous.
"There is a prevalent belief tlirough-
out   all   Spanish-speaking America,"
said a visitor from Vera Cruz, that the
small, hairleSB dog, familiarly known
as the 'pelon,' dotr, can   cure rheumatism.    In Cuba, Central   America and
Mexico it is a common   thing for people alllieted with that   disease to keep
one or moro of the animals in bed,the
theory being that  the malady   passes
from the man to the dog.    Some years
age 1 was in Havana and called  on a
wealthy merchant of my acquaintance
who waB laid up at his residence with
a severe attack of rheumatic gout.     I
found him extended   on   a  sofa,   liis
lovvor limbs covered by a blanket, and
as I sat down  I   noticed   a  peculiar
looking  lump   in   the vicinity of his
feet.    Several   times   while  we  were
talking I saw or  thought   I  saw  the
lump move, and,   needless  to  say,   I
was   considerably   startled, although,
in deference  to Spanish   etiquette,   I
endeavored to conceal any indications
of surprise.   My   precoccupation must
have been evident,   however, for presently the  sick man   turned   down the
blanket, and, looking rather  foolish,
hauled out a couple of pelon   puppies.
'It is my wifo's   idea,' he said, 'and I
keep them with  me to please her, but
really, they   are  doing   me  good.'   I
couldn't help  smiling incredulously,
for I knew the superstition,   but my
friend stoutly insisted that he was being benefited, and, in proof   that  the
charm was beginning   to work, called
my attention to the fact that the little
animals were   staggering    and  trembling.   'Seel'   he    exclaimed,    'they
suffer    already I   They      can   hardly
walk!'   Nearly all young   pelon  dogs
have a   peculiar,   lurching  gait,   and
even the largeBt and sturdiest of them
tremble continually from head to foot,
which is ijenerally attributed to  cold,
but is due, in my opinion, to a defective nervous   organization.    So  I  attached no special  importance  to my
friend's conclusions.    A   month  or so
later he had   recovered   from  his   attack, and meeting   him at his store, I
asked how the   puppies were coming
on.    He clasped his   hands and  rolled
up his eyes.    'I kill   them  both,'  he
said, 'they Suffer too   mooch?   I  cannot endure it to   contemplate   them?'
By the way it is   an  odd  coincidence
that the people of   the   French  l'rov-
inces   believe  quite    generally    thaf
spaniel    puppies    will    'draw  fever'
from  human   beings,    in   some   districts  they  are   in   great demand for
that  special  purpose,'���New   Orleans
Times-Democrat.
P0��H
Is the highest priced Champagne on the English
and French markets.
MISCELLANEOUS
Advertisements inserted under this head at
tho rate of ono cent a word per insertion. No
adre.tlBOinent ukun for less lhan 25 cent-.
FOR    RENT.��� Cellar.    Apply   Merchants' Bank of Halifax.
VARIETY IN   YOUR DESSERT.
Many families would rather be deprived of almost any other dish than
their dessert. No matter how well
they have dined, the arrival of the
"pudding" is considered neceBsary to
give the final touch to the enjoyment
of the feast. Desserts, like soups and
salads, must be ohosen in reference to
class of more substantial dishes on the
menu. Tne lightest, daintiest creations, "trifles light as air," should
accompany heavy roasts or a dinner of
many and rich courseB. Otherwise the
effect of the meal, as well aB creature enjoyment is spoiled by the discomfort of an over-rich aud abundant
diet.
It is strange that housewives do
not have a largor list of dessert dishes
to choose from, and avoid the monotony of Berving the same puddings so
frequently. This is such an endless
variety of simple, cheap and dainty
preparations that can be mastered by
the least experienced and are sure to
be pleasant surprises as well as agreeable changes to the family. In the
winter, when fruit is scarce,it is more
difllcult for the housewife to furnish
such a variety of the lighter, more
delicate dishes. But a steamed or baked pudding need not necessarily be
rich or heavy.
Asido from the well-known puddings and desserts, made from Buch
inexpensive materials as rice, tapioca,
gelatine, etc., our usual list of recipes embrace only the richer, more expensive and troublesome preparations
that we do not want every day. They
are, in fact, too rich and "good for
human nature's daily fond." Thcie
fore tho anxious housewife - who
wishes to please and at the same
time look well after the expenditure,
is always glad for any sensible, suggestions by which she may, with jut
increasing the cost or labor, avoid the
monotony of the restricted list of desserts in general use. Left over cereals
and bread crumbs form the basis of
many a delicious dessert.
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at the following news stores at five cents per
copy:
Gilbert Stanley Nelson
Thomson Htatlonerr Co Nolson
Canada Drug.&Book Co. Nelnon
Hotel Hume Newts -land Nolson
Hotel l'halr News Stand Nelnon
IV Campbell __     ���Ymlr
C. V. Nelnon NowDonver
J. F. Dolanoy ltoneborry
It. A. BradBhaw Slocan City
Blocan Now. Oo. _  Sandon
Thomson Brew. Vancouver
L_moiit & Young Kaalo
H. A. King *; Oo. Greenwood
and Mews   Agents  on boats and
trains out of Nelson,
WANTED���To Rent, convenient to
centre of City. Two rooms with
bath room, and attendance. Furnished or unfurnished. Write to A. M.
Johnson, Box 80 city.
FOR SALE���A new house, ten rooms,
very convenient,with all modern improvements.   Apply A. E. Clarke, corner of Stanley and Carbonate   Street.
WANTED.���Good general servant. Apply at General Hospital.
WANTED���Situation as housekeeper,
chambermaid, or   waitress, in  a respectable   hotel.    "M" Box 827, Spokane, Wash.
D. CAMPBELL DAVIES & CO.
Representing the Largest
European and American Manufacturers
���OF���
Mills, Mines and Smelting Machinery
SUPPLIES.
TRAINED   Nurse,  open   for  engagements.    Surgical,   medical,   and ac-
ooucbemont.    English   and   Canadian
diplomas.    Apply, "E" Miner   Oflice.
PRIVATE Board   and Room.    Heated
throughout. Hot and cold water and
baths.   Three   doors   south   of   Post-
oillce, Ward Street.
SHORTHAND and Typewriting   done
at the otlice of U. C.   Riblet,   Front
Street, 2nd door west of   Hall  Street.
Tel. 161.
FOR SALE.���Florence Park Hotel and
Roberts'   Ranch,   situated on   lake
shore, 2H  miles from Nelson.    Apply
H. R. Cameron.
SHORTHAND���A few pupils wanted
to complete class (evening) being
formed by an experienced teacher.
Pitman's system taught in 20 lessons.
Apply at once "Stenographer," Miner
Office.
Applications will he received by the
Chamber of Mines,Rossland, B.C., until December 1st,1000, for the position
of Secretary. The salary will be.81,-
500 per year.
Applicants must have some literary
and newspaper experience and be well
qualified to discharge the duties assigned to a Secretary of a Chamber of
Mines.
References must accompany appllca-1
tion.
Address:
CHAMBER OF MINES,
Southern British Columbia,
(Kootenays and Yale)
ROSSLAND, B. C.
P. O. Box 578.
EXPORT TRADE A SPECIALTY.
DURANGO, MEXICO.
Apartodo No. 83
SfaUMJS Mi'
TADDY & CO.
ESTABLISHED 150 YEARS LOflQOfl)    L_f_����.
"ORBIT     Brand and
PR.E_V_._Elv Navy Cut Tobaccos.
Aocnts pon Canada ��� JAMES TURNER & CO.. Hamilton. Ont.
CROW & MORRIS, Solo Agents, Nelson, it. C.
The Chamber of Mines wants thoroughly reliable correspondents in every
Camp in the districts of East and
West Kootenay and Yale to whom reasonable compensation will be paid for
their services.
Correspondents will be expected to
furnish the Chamber of Mines with all
development going on at the mineB,
the installation of machinery, shipments of ore and value, and generally
such news as will attraet tbe attention of capitalists and cause them to
investigate and inveBt.
Applications to be addressed to   the
CHAMBER   OF MINES,
Southern British Columbia,
(Kootenays and  Yale)
ROSSLAND, B. C.
P. O. Box 578.
FOR SALE.
A well established livery business,
known as Reynolds' Livery, consisting of four horses and harnnesa,
two busses,two sets sleighs one spring
wagon, and building.
Lease of ground for three years and
four months at 810 per month.
Part of purchase money can be arranged with the undersigned on
tlmo.
Hugh R. Cameron
Baker Street,   Nelwn, B. 0.
GEEAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
NONE BETTER.
80LIDIVE8TIBULED TEAINS.
PALA0E DIHIKG AND OBBEfiVATIO1'
OAR-.-MEALSah.OABTE.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane withtrains of the
trains of the Spokane Falls and Northern Railway.
Direct connection at St. Paul without chunge of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at_10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor We.t at 7:45 p.m
West-bound trains make direct conj
nection for Victoria and Vancouver
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During tho season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North-Weat
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Ry., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Kootei al Railway & Navigation
Co., or to
F. I. WHITNEY.   H. A. JAOKSON,
Genl. Pass. & Tkt. Agt.   Oom'cl Agt.
St. Paul. Min       Spokane. Wash
E. J. SCOVIL
MINIS'- HltO-m, HOTAB- PI It-M
Windermere Mines.  Corre>ponde_ce_or.oU.d
WXNPBBMB��B, A. 0.
Spokane Falls Sl
Northern R'v.
Nelson Sl Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermedial
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson with steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at Meyer's Falls with
stage daily for Republic, and connects at Bossburg with stage daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Effective  Sunday, October  21st, 1000.
Train No. 33 (Night Train).
I,en vi' Spokane    10:4r, p.m.
Leave Northport      fi:50 a.m.
Arrive Rossland      7:30 a.m.
Train No. 3. (Night Train).
Leave Kossland    11:00 p.m.
Leave North tort    12:45 a.m.
Arrive Spokane      7:05 a.m.
H. A. JAOKSON, Q. P. *T.A.
Spokane   Wash
G. K. TACKABURY,
Agent, Nelson, B.O
PARKER & CO.
Turnor-Bof.cU- Block Baker street
fllNINO   PROPERTIES   OP   MERIT
PURCHASED.
STANDARD STOCKS POR SALE
"S00 Molly   Gibson       29
1000 Salmo Consolidated        5
500 Loudon  Consolidated....     34X
GAMBLE & O'REILLY
Real Estate and insurance
Agents.
Loans Effected at Reasonable Rates.
Dak�� Street, Nelson.
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
LAWHKNOK HAHDWAHK CO - Baker
btreol, Nolnon ��� Wholroale -t_t.i_.m_ in
.iiinlw.ut', minor-.' tjuppliuri. (.purling good-,,
olo,
AKKATED AND MINKKAL WATERS
rpHORPB & CO. UmlteU���Corner  Vernon
X    uud CotUr -.treuU, Nolson���Muiiu_uclur-
f I'm Of UUd WliO-QSttU. ill'.tier- tu iicful i'.l water*
und fruit tempts,   tiolu uguuU fur Halcyon Uol
Springe, mineral water.   Telephone UO.
XT KLSON SOOA W'ATKH FACTUHV-
J31 N. M. Cuiuniintt, Lorisoo���Kvery known
variety of m-i'i drinks. 1 ��� O liox t& Telephone
No. 81. Hoover Street, Nelson. HotUorhof ttio
famou-i SU Leon Hot Spring-. Mineral Wutor.
AUCIIITECTK.
GANK & MACDONALD ill. Cane, Jamoa
A. Maedonald)���Architects and superintendent-), Broken Hill lilock, comer Hakui und
Ward fcilreoU, Nei-ou.
0IGAKS
KOOTKNAY CU-AU MANUFACTUHlNO
CO,���Manufacturers of the 1-ojal Soul
and Kootenay belle Ligara. factory and
oltlce, Hukor Street, Nolson.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
RJ. KVIkNS & CO.-Baker Street, Nol-
��� .'in���Wholo.alo doalors in liquor*, ei-
..urn, cement. Uro brick and Ure clay, water
pipe and stool rails, and general commission
merchant--, _____       _____
GRAIN, UAY AND CEREALS
BRACKMAN*liKH MILLING CO., Ltu.-
Wholesule and retail dealere lu grain,
buy. flour, feed. Mills at Victoria, New w'e_l*
mtnsLer; Kdmonton, Alta. Klevutors ou Calgary aud Kdinontou Railway. Manufacturers
of tbe celebrated li. &, K. brand cereals.
GROCERIES
A MACUONALU _c Co.-Corner Fron
��� and Hall .-i reel ������ u hoiosule grocers
und jobbers in bluukets, gloves, mitts, boots,
lubbers, muukiuaws aud miners' suudries.
LUMBER
XTKX-SON SAW AND  PLAN1NU MILL-
_i_5 UUice coiner Hull und trout Streets,
.Nelson���Lumber, celling, flooring, und ovory
thing in wood for building purposes. Uot our
prices.   Correspondence solicited.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
PBUHNS & Co.-Bakor Siroot, NeWon-
���   Wholesale dealers iu fresh uud cured
meat*.   Cold Storage,
WEST   KOOTKNAY   BUTCHER   CO.-
Baker Streot, Nelsou��� Wholesale deal*
ers in fresh and cured meats.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
M'LACHLAN' BROS. (Successors to Vanoouvor HardwaruCo, Ltd.) Baker Street,
Nelson���Wholesale deulors in hardware aud
mining supplies, plumbors' und tinsmiths' supplies*	
NELSON   HARDWARE   CO.-Wholesale
pulntti. oils und Kh<ss; mechanics' tools.
AgonUfoi Ontario Powder Works; dynamite
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rpURNKR, BKKTON & Co.-Cornor Vornon
X and Josephine Street*, Nelson���Whclo
sale doalors in liquors, cigars, and drygoods.
Agents for Pub-st Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.
H
UDSON'S BAY Co.���Wholosalo grooerio.
and liquors etc., Bakor Streot, Nelsou.
CALIFORNIA WINK CO.. Limi tod-Cornor
Kront and Hall Streets, Nelson���Wholesale dealers n wines (case aud bulk), and
domestic and imported cigars.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & FRUITS
J Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-Corner Vornon and
��� Josephine Streets, Nelson��� Whole^le
dealers In provisions, cured moats, butter and
egKR.
Lumber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles)
Mouldings, SashDoor_.
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill Bt PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
B-dLARl.O.
HEADIOFFICE:   NELSON
J. A. SAYWARD.
REISTERER & CO.
Brew-rs ol Fine Lofter
Deer anil I'tnUr,
DBOF IN AMD SKK US.
NhUod, B. 0.
SILVER KINO MIKK
Will par the tilK-t<nt riaah prioe for all
kinda ol aeoontl band Kood��. Will boy
or sell anytl'inK (roni an anchor to a
noedle. Fornitnre, utoven, oarporu,
OookiuK otennil., bonxht in bounehold
quantities. Alto cant off clothing.
(lull and see ma or write. Addresu
Bllvtr King Mike, Box 200. H#U
Street. Nelnon. H   O.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
head office toronto, ont.
Honey to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to U. K LENNOX, Bakei  St
-TtlMB.
Put Us On
Your tlst...
We will see that you
are not disappointed
in superiotity of groceries, promptness of
delivery, or reasonableness of price.
From tempting breakfast foods to richest
materials for dainty
desserts, we will fill
your wants perfectly.
Klrkpatrkk b Wilson
CANADIAN
Pacsfsc
" Soo Line
FIR T-CLASS   SLEEPERS ON ALL
TRAINS FROM REVELSTOKE
AND KOOTENAY LANDING.
Also TOURIST CARS passing Dun-
more Junction Daily for St. 'P_nl, Bat-
uriluyH for Montreal nnd Boston, Mondays and TeeiU'sdays for Turontn.
S me ���rn puss Revelstoke one day
earlier.
A   POINTER
for   \oiir   enstein   trip is to see   that
your lit'kt't ri'itila via Ciinadmn Putntic.
Trains and Steamers Depart.
5:00
Daily
8:00
Ex Sun
0:00
Ex Sun
10.00
Ex Sun
18:40
Daily
1 Steamer for Kootenay Land-
[���niK   and   oaatern  points   via
) Crow's Neat Itoute.
) Train   for   RosBlant.,  Grand
(Forks,tireenwood,Midwaj,eto
I Train for Slocan City,  Sloean
\ points, and Simile n.
I Steamer for Knslo and intet-
(mediate pointe.
! Train for Rossland, Nakusp,
RepveUtoke, main line and
IViiiii; Coast Points.
For Time Tables, Knl m and fnll information call on or address nearest Local Agent, or,
H. W. Drew, Depot Agent \ Nolatm, B.C.
H.I.. Ilrown, Oily AKent. /
W. K ANii-llHUN, __J.COY.__,
Tr-r. I'a!-. Agent        A. O- P. Ages..,
N-iioi VaaeoiiTer
Collegiate School
FOR BOYS
Victoria, B.C.
PATRON AND   VISITOR.
The Lord Bishop of Columbia
STAFF:
.1. VI. Laing, Esq., M. A., Oxon.,
llcaduiastur. Rev. ('. Ensor Sharp,
M. A.. Cantab. II. J. S. Muskrtt,
Rm.m Kt. Peter's College, Cambridge,
Moderate terms for boarders and day
scholars. Hoys received from eight
years of age and upwards. Military
drill. Technical art including mechanical drawing. Boarders may, by their
parents wish attend any place of worship to which they are accustomed.
Present numbers 6..
DON'T   WORRY I
flee Can Fit Yob.
lie has  one of   the  best  and   largest
Fall and Winter Mocks tn
the l'i... ir. ���
A. GEE, Merctiant Tailor
Opposite Queen's Hotel,
linker Street
DISCOUNT SALE
Twenty-five per cent off all
Trimmed and Ready-to-Wear
Hats.
MRS. ENHELD,
Baker Street.
DR. ALEXANDER FORIN.
.r.ICi   ANO  RCHD.NCt.
SILICA   ST.,  BETWEEN    WARD   ANO
JOSEPHINE STS,
Itlt'HONg   HO,  IM, Nelson Daily Miner,  Tuesday Evenimg,  November  20. 1900
ItVMWM^WWMeM'MM!
NEWS OF
ff     THE TOWN
W*Ai*V>A*W^V*VV/**e**Nl^'-
Mr. Percy Dickenson, a prominent
mining man of Slocan City.was in the
City last night.
A marriage license was issued today
to Fred Joseph Phelbert, of Ymir, and
Miss Clara Wortman.
Invitations are out for the marriage
of Miss Jennie McLcod to Mr. Harry
Wright ou the nth of December.
The severe weather has not yet ceased from doing damage. This morning many of the water pipes were frozen solidly and some of them burst.
The dance to be given by the Wavcr-
ly Social Club will be held on Wednesday evening, Nov. 28, instead of
on the evening of November 30 as was
announced.
A meeting of the supporters of Mr.
W. A. Galliher will be held in the
committee rooms on Vernon Street
this evening. The meeting will be addressed by Frank Oliver, M. P., and
Mr. F. J. Deane of Kamloops.
Mr. Duncan McLean aud Miss Florence E. Gardner, both of Ainsworth,
were united in marriage at 2:30 this
afternoon at the residence of Thomas
G. Gray of Silica Street. Rev. Kob-
ert Frew was the officiating minister.
The remains of Marshall V. Adams
of Kaslo, who died in Spokane Saturday afternoon, arrived in Nelson this
morning, accompanied by Mrs.
Adams. The remains will be shipped
to Kaslo this afternoon, where interment will take place.
It is quite apparent that the work
of the present Council is about completed for this year as at the last few
sessions very little business has been
transacted. At the meeting last evening all that was done was to pass the
payment of bills which amounted to
8.1,400, as reported by the Finance
Committee.
Mr. Fred Burnett, manager of the
Nelson Gas Co., says It pays to advertise in The Miner. In Saturday's issue he advertised coke for sale and
yeBterday sold moro coke in five hours
than he had sold in any one week
previous. And the sales were all made
to those who had road the advertisement in   Thu Miner.
The main shaft for the City rock
crusher, which was ordered sometime
ago, arrived this morning, and the
macadamizing of Baker Street can
now be proceeded with. The crew
which was working on the street is
now engaged laying a sewer on Latimer Street, and will prooably complete it before starting on Baker
Street.
By an unfortunate confusion of
names of the partios connected with
the case, The Min��>r yesterday reported that 0. B. Appleton was sentenced
to serve four months in jail for stealing a pair of oars. It was Mr. Apple-
ton from whom the oars were stolen
and the thief, James Luintou, received
the sentence. The Miner apologizes to
Mr. Appleton for the mistake which
was caused by the mislading information left at this office.
The boiler for the Silver King
mine, which wns being delivered
there by Kelly and Steeper, is now in
a snow bank ubout two miles up from
tho Athabasca. Toams were engaged
in taking, it up on Friday and they
succeeded in getting it to the poi.it
where It had to be transferred to the
sleighs, when the heavy storm came
on and stopped thoir progress. The
Bnow is drifting heavily all along the
wagon road and it is probable that
the delivery of the boiler will be delayed several days.
The following are tho mining records for today : Transfer���From K.
B. Clifford to Mrs. Kate Gilford, of
Spokane, three-tenths interest in Flying Dutchman, on Pilot Knob Mountain, for a consideration of 810. Cer-
tilicatos of Work���On Verona, to N.
11 ur t in nn; op Qnsbflo antl Montreal, to
A. (1. Gallupe.     Locations���Pat,   nenr
Yellowstone,    by    The   Yellowstone
Mines Ltd. ; Lucky Monday.on Champion Creek, by John Cnllaghan; Republic, on Eagle Creek, by Joseph
Duhamel; Brown, on -Ill-Creek, by M.
Egan.
Not-withstanding the severity of
the weather the attendance at the l(a-
zanr held at the Opera IIousb under
the auspices of the ladles of tlio Catholic Church was better today than
yesterday. The greater portion of yesterday was taken up by tbe ladles in
arranging things, hut early In the afternoon all arrangements were completed antl a 'urge number of visitors
were received during the evening. A
large amount of fancy gootls which
All the booths, was soltl a fair amount
of money for the aid of the church
(and is being realized.    An attractive
dinner is being prepared for this evening. Kie.-iHi ohlcken, other meals, pies,
cakes, ohlcken salad, anil other delicacies will constitute the bill of fare.
The bazaar will continue until tomorrow d I grht.
Large gatherings are expected at
the Salvation Army Barracks on
Thursday and Friday of this weekt
the occasion being the coming of Colonel Jacobs from Toronto, who Is visiting the different centres of the Army
operations in B. C. and conducting a
great soul saving campaign. The Colonel is chief sectretary of the S. A. in
Canada���next in command to Miss
Eva Booth. He is an able and enthus
iastic speaker,stirring up his followers
to increasing activity in the service.
The meeting on Thursday night will
take the form of a welcome. On Friday night he delivers his interesting
lecture, "Too High and Too Low
This lecture is illustrated by pictures
especially prepared for the purpose.
The colonel will be accompanied by
Major Horn, trade secretary from Toronto, and Major Hargrave from Spokane.    All are cordially invited.
HOW   CANADA   IS   ADVERTISED.
What the C. P. R. is Doing in Making
the Dominion Known Abroad.
Mr. J. C. Holden, president of the
Ames-nolden Company, who recently
returned to Montreal after a two-and-
a-half years' tour around the world,
concluded an interview in the Montreal Gazette by stating:
"Two things in particular are making Canada more widely known and
more highly considered the world
over. First her part in the war, which
has excited interest not only in England but in overy part of the globe;
secondly, the widespread advertisements of the C. P. K. Wherever Mr.
Holden went he found the pamphlets
of the great railroad. He found them
in Russia, in Norway, in Turkey.
When the P. and 0. steamship reached Hong Kong all the passengers
-ished if possible to go on by the
Empress boats; for, after experience
of the u'.'.ips of many lines and many
nations, Mr. Holden declares them
unsurpassed for -oL.fort, table and attendance. Even in out-of-the-way up
country inns in Japan.where guests are
forced to eat and sleep on the floor
and theii diet consists of fish in every
possible form, the C. P. R. advertisements were found. Canada's reputation has never stood higher than
now."
FIRE IN TACOMA.
Taeoma, Wash., Nov. 20.���-A fire at
3 o'clock this morning wiped out a
row of buildings on Dock Street near
Fifteenth, occupied by four manufacturing plants. The loss is estimated at
830,000. The plants destroyed were
the Tokelson Co., asbestos goods;
Wm. Evans, steam fitters; S. D.
Brear, steam boilers; a part of tbe
Addison Planing mill and the offices
of the York Lumber Co.
NEWS OF
THE MINES
A BIG FORTUNE.
Yarmouth, N. S., Nov. 20.���The
will of Geo. H. Lovett, the well
known merchant of this place, who
died a few months ago, has been pro.
bated. The estate is valued at 8700,-
000. Outside of 8100,000 to the Old
Ladies' Home Society of Yarmouth,
all bequests go to members of his
family and relatives.
WILL  BANQUET SIFTON.
Toronto, Nov.   20.���Local   Liberals
are arranging for a banquet in   honor
of Hon.   Clifford   Sifton, M. P.   elect
for Brandon.
DOOLEYISMS.
��,'M*AV>*AA*^^^^^VSVWSrV
Says the Grand Forks Gazette of
the new smelter: Things at the smelter are running along as smoothly
as ever. The plant is putting through
an average of about 600 tons of ore
dally with an occasional spurt up to
considerably over that figure. Oro is
coming down from the mines two
trains daily with occasional shipments from properties outside the
syndioate.
Regular shipments of matte are being made and the grade of the matte
is getting better if anything. The
machinery for tbe oonvertor plant,
bought in Chicago, should be completed shortly and as soon as this Is received and set up tbe plant commences
shipping metallic, copper In place of
the matte.
M. Graves himself is expected back
from the east before long and then
the smelter officials will have something definite to give out as to when
the two extra furnaces will be put in.
As breaking records seems to be the
fashion at these works it may not be
out of order to mention the latest record broken. During one 12 hour shift
this week one of the furnaces treated
160 and the other 170 tons of ore.mak-
ing a total of 336 tons for the shift, or
at the rate of 672 tons for the 24
hours. This is one of the best runs
yet made at the works and Mr, H.
Crosby who was in ch.-.rge of the s'lift
has received much praise for the ex- j
cellont work done.
As one of the reasons for the many
fine runs being made by the plant it
may be mentioned that the force now
consists of almost entirely old and experienced smelter men in charge of
tbe plant and the various shifts are
people whose superiors are not to be
found anywhere. Both the foreman
have had experience with the Guggeu-
heimers, while most of the men have
worked in the big plants of  Montana
and the east.
���   ���   ��
Evidently the Miner-Graves syndicate is reaching out for some more of
the good things In Rossland camp,
says the Grand ForKS Gazette, that is
to judge by a message received from
Toronto, in which it is stated on ap-
prently good authority that the Miner-Graves people have secured an option on the control of tbe capital slock
ot the Giant, one of the properties of
the big Kootenay camp which is rapidly coming to the front.
From the location of the Giant it is
expected that the intention of the syndicate Is to extend the long tunnel from
the California mine, already controlled by them, into the Giant ground.
It is also believed that in case the necessary arrangements can be made the
tunnel will be extended into the St.
Elmo, another good property lying
still further up the h :i from the
Giant. The exact terms of the option
could not be learned but it is understood that they are very favorable and
the bond is liable to be taken up.
Blankets!
Blankets!
Blankets!
Our All Wool Blankets are
going like hot cakes.
Opened another lot, equally
as good value as advertised
two weeks ago, at prices surprisingly low.
5j_ lb All Wool Double Blankets, good value at $4.50;
our price        -        -        -    $3 50
6 lb All Wool Double Blankets, nice border; good value
at 1.5.25; our price     -     -   4 25
7 lb All Wool Double Blankets, nice border; good value
at $5.25; our price     -    -   4 25
8 lb, same Blanket, good value
at $6.50; our price     -     -    5 75
Extraordinary good yalues
in Comforters.
Kerr $ Co.
Cor. Baker and Ward Streets,
Nelson.
Trash Is the Dearest
Thing We Know. . .
When buying ,
buy a good article,
save   money,  will
m   article,
Vou will
enjoy  the
pleasure of having something
that looks well, and be better
satisfied.
I How to Keep Warm
������������������������
Visit the store of Martin O'Reilly & Co.
inspect the stock of
I Blankets and Comforters
and then purchase a supply.    It looks as
though there would be a fuel famine
m
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If
there is, you will have to stay in bed to
keep warm. To keep warm there you will
need lots of clothing over you. We have
it, and at lower prices than it can be
purchased elsewhere.
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T. H. BROWN
Jeweler
178 BAKER STRKET, NELSON.
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Thrust ivrybody but cut the oa-ards.
��� ���   ���
'Tis ns hard f'r a rloh man to enther
th'kingdom iv Hivin as it is f'r a
poor man to get out iv Purgatory.
��� ���  ���
Miracles are laughed at be a nation
that r-reads thirty millyun newspapers a day a��' supports Wall sthreet.
��� ���   ���
All men are br-rave in comp'ny an'
cow'rds alone, but some show it clearer thin others.
��� ���   ���
A nation with colonies Is kept busy.
Shu's like wan lv th' Swiss bell-ringers.
��� ���   ���
I'd like to've been ar-ionnd In th'
times th' historical novelists writes
about���but I wudden't like to be in
th' lifo insurance business.
��� *   ���
An autocrat's ruler that does what
th' people wants an' takes th' blame
f'r It. A constitootlonal Ixicutive,
lliunlssy. Is a ruler that does as be
dam pleases an' blames th' people.
ASTOUNDING DISCOVERY.
From Coopersvllle, Mich., comes
word of a wonderful dscovery of a
pleasant tasting liquid that when
used before retiring by any one troubled with a bad cough always ensures
a good night's rest. "It will soon
cure the cough too," writes Mrs S.
Himelburger, "for three generations
of our family have used Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption and
never found it's equal for Coughs and
Colds." It's an unrivaled life-saver,
when used for desperate lung diseases. Guaranteed bottles 50 cents
and 81 at the Canada Drug and book
Co.    Trial bottles free. '
AT THE HOTELS.
Humo���Wm. Ilrayton, Kaslo, Mrs.
Adams. KaHlo;P..T. Deane. Kamloops;
Prank Oliver, Kdmonton; W. Adams,
Kaslo; 0. W. Klchards, Kaslo; E. S.
QUOD, Kobson; S. Wood, Green-
wood ; Percy Dickenson, Slocan.
Pbalr���James    Waugh,     w.     n.
Adams, W. 0, Richards, Kaslo; W.
V. DtiHtiiH, Slocan City; Miss Hanson,
.Miss Johnson, Now York; C. A.
Minint, New Denver; P. .7. Ilolmnn,
Spokane I K. Insinger, Spokane; Wm.
P, Hansen,  Victoria.
<S&A
frv%n*00
Thiei .Ignaturo la on every box of the (enalae
Laxative Broino-Qniiiioe wo*
th. rtntd/ that nine �� 00*. f__ m* Af
A GOOD THING.
German Syrup 1b tho special prescription of Dr. A. Uoslice, a celebrated German Physician, and is acknowledged to be one of the most fortunate discoveries in Medicine. It
quickly cures Coughs, Colds and Lung
troubles of the severest nature, removing, ns it does, the cause of the affectum and leaving tho parts In a strong
and healthy condition. It Is not an
experimental medicine, but has stood
the test or years, giving satisfaction
In every case, which its
creasing sale every season confirms.
Two million bottles sold annually.
Bosche's Oerman Syrup was introduced In the United States In 18DH,
and is now sold in every town and
village in tho civilized world. Three
doses will relieve any ordinary cough
Prioe 78 cents. Por Sale bv W W
Teetzc.l
Mice to Liberals.
All supporters of Mr. Galliher are specially requested
to be present at a meeting
which will be held in his committee rooms, on the corner
of Ward and Vernon Streets,
at 8 o'clock this evening.
H. W. R. MOORE,
Sec. Liberal Committee.
I Martin O'Reilly ��� 60.1
^5 0.
TRY A TON
...OF OUR...
2*0*O*04O*0*O*O*<H<H(>4<>*<HO*04O*0*O*C>*O40*0*
COKE
*^*<*<>*OH>*0*OK>*0*0*0*<>*0*0*0*C*0*0*0*00*<H
It is the Very Best Fuel  for
Furnaces   and    Large   Stoves���
Especially Dow*-Draft Heaters.
PRICE
$8.50
Per Ton
Delivered.
___\
Kootenay Railway and NaT.
Company, Ltd.
Operating
,��J-A.?,L0 ft 8T-JCAN RAILWAY,
INTERNATIONAL NAV. ft TRAD. CO.
Sohodule of Tlmo.       Paolflo Standard time,
-ir.cilvo Fobruary i.t, 1900
KA3LO & 8LOOAN HY.
PiaKBgar train for Sandon and w-r'tiitlo-,.
oaves K-slo at 8 a. ni., dally.    Itoturnlnir
loaves Sandon at 1.IS p.m., arriving si Kaslo
a*. 3.-3 p.m.
INTERNATIONAL NAV. ft TRAD. CO
Operating on Koolonny Laksand nivor.
Str.    Int_rn��lio:ml" loavos Koiilo for Nelson
at 6 a. m. dallj- oxropt  Sunday.   RoturnlnK,
lenves Nolson at. 0.10 p.m., calling at Balfour
I'ilotBav, Alneewo'tli nml all way point*. Connects wilh 8. F ft N. train to and from Spokane at Five Mile Point.
LARDO-DUNCAN DIVISION.
Stonmor Argonla Iiub been laid up for the
winter.
Htoamors call at principal landings In both
directions, anil it othor point* whon nlgtmllred.
��� .    Ticket* sold lt> all point* In Canada and the
rnnitll. In   I United HtaUM.
1    To uoertaln rated and full Information ad-
drees i
ROBERT IRVINU.
 M��n��IWr.   Keieeln.H.  f_.
ORDERS SOLD AT THE
Gas  Company's   Office.
Baker Street.
MUTUAL LIFE
of Canada
FORMERLY THE ONTAEIO MUTUAL LIFE
ESTABLISHED   1870.
For  Sale  by   VV.   F
Have you ever eaten MAPLE PUDDING? It ia a new confection made
especially for J A. Macdoiialil.
It and you will be sure to like It. We
have a freHh lot of Lowney's candles
just In today. Ontario apples have
arrived too.
CHURCH DIRECTORY,
��F,-_8AV_��_-,.a IKnoi-ihhI CiiuKCH-Cornor
Ward nnd Billon 81*. Sunday*: Holy Communion 8 a. in.: and on lho lm nnd 3rd Hnnilnrs
In the month attar Maitlns; Mnttln- nl 11 a in ���
Sunday School .,30 p.m : Kvotmong 7.30. Dully'-'
Muttlns at. 0.3(1 n. m. Tliurndnys nnd SnlntV,
I)ny��i Holy Communion 10 n. in. Fridays'
Evensong,.30 p. m., followed by choir prnV
T ���i)3l00. A' 8; AKohiin.!, Roctor.   Frod Irvine,
1 ry  Goo. Johnstone, Wardens.
Cat-o_k  cnuiicn-CorncrlWani nnd Mill
street* Mass overy Sunday nt Snnil I0.00n.ni
Benediction nt 7.30 p.m.   Sinus ovory wcok liny
at7.15n.m.   Bev.   Futher Fin-land Hector.
I'hmiiytkiimn (iniui n--8orvl_osn. a ��,m
nnd  7.30  p.m.    Stindny School at 2.30 p.m
Prnyor mooting Thursday ovonlng ut 8 p.m.--
at Rob- 9nrl"l'lnn Kmleavor Society meet* overy Tno��-
nilcs np ft^.0"1"11  ��' *  ��'oloci-    Hov- * Fr��w'
prletor. Mkthodist    CiiUBCii-Corncr  Silica   nnd
������___  Josephine Streel*.   Services nt 11 n.m. and 7 30
Tf _��_ j    ,. in     -,       -.,.       ... P- ni. ; Sabbnth School, UO p.m.: Prnyor me'i,t-
If yon dont like Blue fiibbon Toa if. U on Tjfatfy evening m 8 o'clock tEpworih
beoause you've never taated it.
Visit   Florence   Park Hotel
erts' Kaniih,;two and a  half m
the river.  W. M. Roberts, proprietor
THAT PAD
Of Writing Paper won't Inst
long. You'd bolterplnco another "hurry uo' oiler with
League <!, K'., Tiie-eedny nl Ma. in.        Key)  J   j(_
Whin. Pastor.   Ri'sldonoe, Josephine BfrML
roar of church.
Baptist Ciiuiioii - Servlcoa morning nnd
evening nt 11 n.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Prnyor moot.
Ing  Tliursdny evening nt 8 p.m.  tlio B. Y
P.U. Tllosdny ovenlng nt 8 o'clock.    Strnngorii
onrrllnlly woloo-iod. Rev. O. J. Coulter White,
PiVttor.
iinn i    Salvation Ainrr-florvlo a every evening
��� ���C i-inrK , nt So'oltH'li In barrack* on V otorl     itrWt
I Adjudant JCdg-oombe In oharge.
Holds in solid assets nearly $ 5,000,000
Has business in force nearly.. ���  30,000,000
Holdi 4 per cent. Actuaries Reserve. Has the FUNDS ON HAND to r"1
every dollar its of business od a 8X per oent. basis antl still leave a handsome
surplus.
Has an Annual Income of Over $1,000,000.
Pays its Policy Holders an average of over 11,000 every day in the year.
Has nn Interest Income which mnoh more than pays all its death claims. Hold"
nsurplos over all liabilities on Government Staudard of over HALF A MILLION
DOLLARS.
THE MUTUAL LIFE OF CANADA
Pays all its Profits to its Policy-Holders.
GIVES THE BEST RESULTS.
J. E. ANNABLE,
District Agent.
NELSON, B.
C.
NOTICE.
All persons are hereby warned
against dealing with or negotiating
-hare CCTtlflcate No. 11,14 of the Molly
Ollison Mining Company, Mmlted,
for One Thonsnnd (1,0W)) share* of
the capital stock of said company.
Said Share Certlflcnto wbb Issued In
the name of Ucorgo Kydd,nnd was endorsed In blank, and was lost or stolen in Nelson, II. ft, about the month
of Oetobor.  11100.
Hated, this 7th day of Novomber, A.
P., 1U00.
GEORGE KYDD,
MtrcbanU' B.tjik of H-di.(u,Nel��on.
THE
Bank of
British Columbia,
NELS0B.  /
Is now prepared ho issue
Drafts and Letters jot Credit
���on Skaguay, U.S., j Atlin, o.
���C., and Pawson Citjy, Yukon
| Districts

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