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Array Daily Edition No  158.
Nelson, British Columbia. Thursday Morning-, November 10, 1898.
Ninth Year
AND it suggests the need of new and seasonable Foot covering.      .....
We have been planning on this all through
the summer, and now show the handsomest
line of Footwear ever placed on display in
this city         ,
Our window will give you some idea of
what we are doing in this direction. We feel
that our line of shoes will appeal strongly to
the people of good taste who require the
correct thing	
We solicit a call and early inspection of
our offering;.
The Premier at the Lord
Mayor's Banquet
Immense Cheering Ensued Whon thelNoble
Lord Mentioned a Protectorate Tor
Egypt���No Pear of War.
London, Nov. II.���Tho animal banquet of tho Lord-Mayor of London
took place at the Guild ball tbis even-
ini?. Tbere wero about 850 guests
present, including members of tho diplomatic corps, cabinet ministers and
other distinguished peoplo and tbeir
wives. After tbe formal reception in
the library thoro was tho usual oroees-
sion to the great ball which sorved as
tho hauqtietting placo. Aftor tho usual loyal tonsts tbo navy and army
were toasted.
Admiral Sir Wm. Kennedy and
Gen. Lord Wolseley responding for their
respective forces, which were described as being iu a perfect stato of preparedness to meet any power disputing
Groat Britain's just ' claims.
Tbe brevity of tbe speeches showed
that every one realized there was general anxiety to benr the Marquis of
Salisbury, who, on rising to respond
to the toast of "Her Majesty's ministers," was greeted with prolonged
The premier began by Baying tbat
a succession of events abroad had occasioned gravo anxiety to the ministry for a year past. He alluded to
the murder "of the Empress of Austria,
for the double purpose of expressing
the universal regrot experienced on account of the crime and for announcing that Great Britain bad accepted
an iuvitntion to take part in a confer-
once which would be culled to doter-
iiiinn npon the measures which it is
possible to take iu order to blot out
anarchy. Tbe Marquis of Salisbury
ndded that at the same time be was
bound to say he had no great hope that
legislation wonld abate "this horrible,
monstrous affliotion of humanity."
After referring in a laudatory manner to the British onmpaigns in India
nnd in the Soudan, the premier turned
to the ('rolim question and the concert
of Europo. He said bo was afraid
that the proceedings of tho concert
were not always admired. At the
same time he pointed out that* patient
application, combined witb tbe moral
strength of Europe, have at last succeeded in fulfilling tho promiso made
to tbe Cretans of giving them autonomy under tho Bnzortainty of tho Sultan.
Continuing, tho premier remarked
"Thn solution of this most difficult
problem bas witnessed displays of
splendid and unexpected qualities and
diplomacy upon the part of the ndmir-
als who have successfully accomplished what the cabinets of Europe hnd
beeu unable to do. I have somotimos
thought that if tho cabinets wero all
dismissed and admirals were installed
in tbeir places, Europe would get on
Turning to the crisis with France,
the premier remarked : "We bave had
quite reoontly to consider whethor the
question of a European war was nnt
very near. Bnt with great interest
and consideration the result hns turned
out happily, through the great judgment and common sense displayed by
France under circumstances of unusual difficulty, which, I think, have
relieved Europe of a very dangerous
and threatening storm. Whilo mat-
tors were in suspense the government
wns necessarily forced to take precautions, that it should not have been
taken unawares. These precautions
were most prompt and effective, but
the immediate necessity for them has
passed off. There has been some surprise on hoth sides of tbo channel at
the fact that these preparations have
not suddenly ceased, but it is impossible to stop them nt a moment's
After referring to the various rumors
of intended action arising out of those
preparations, inoluding the seizure of
Syria and Crete and the declarations
of a protectorate over Egypt, the latter
allusion being greeted with immense
clieeriug, Lord Salisbury continued: I
am sorry to say I cannot rise to the
height of tbe aspirations indicated by
the cheering of the audience. I do not
venture to prophesy, if we aro forced by
others into n position wo do not now
occupy, what may occur; but we are
well satisfied with the existing state
of things and we do not think any
cause has arisen to necessitate effort
ou our part at present to modify it.
The position causes occasional friction, but taking tbo question as a
whole, and considering the feelings of
other peoplo as well as our own, we
can reasonably rest for the present
with thc oxisting state of nffnirs. I
must not bc understood as meaning
that Great. Britain's position in
Egypt is tho samo now as it was before tbe fall of Omdurman, but we
nro earnestly hoping tbat circumstances will not make it necessary
materially to modify that position, as
we nro convinced tbo world would not
then live so peaceably as now."
The premier also said the United
States Was now a disturbing faction in
Europpau politics, but, he added, not
to tbo detriment of Great Britain.
(Loud cheers.)
'������ews Gathered Prom All Parts ofthe Do
mioion and Giving in Condensed
Form an Epitome of Events*
Tho Bank of Montreal bas opened a
brunch in Greenword City. This is
fhe third bnnk which has recently
gone tbere, the other two being the
Bank of 11. C. and tbo Bank of B. N.
It iB reported that Viotoria will
shortly havo still another theatre, it
being the intention to secure the
Grimm building on Johnson street
and expend about $15,000 in altering it
into a first class show bouse. As thc
building is a very large and well
built oue, there cau bo no doubt about
its adaptability to the proposed
Messrs. Farrell and Costello will
erect a largo fish and canning factory iu Vancouver on two water front
lots purchased from tho Sinclair Canning company.
The government has been officially
informed that on the occasion of the
approaching visit of tho Canadian
commissioners to Washington, the
courtesies of the customs depatrment
will be extended and tho examination
of goods dispensed with.
Justices Street and Ferguson have
dismissed the petition ngaiuBt the return of J. G. Garrow, the liberal
M. P. P., for West Huron, nlso the
cross petition against Jos. Beck, the
defeated conservative candidate. Mr.
Garrow will resign his seat thnt anew
election may be hold. The petition
against tbo return of Henry Eilber,
conservative inomber for South Huron, was also dismissod.
Mnjor General Hutton has inaugurated a system which will enable an
officer who has been removed beyond
the limits to rotain his connection
with tho militia. Provision bus been
mndo for the establishment of an
'unattached list" to which will bo relegated ollicers who previously would
hnvo boen obliged to sever tbeir connection or wbo, if qualified by the
necessary service would havo been
plaoed upou tho reserve of officers. An
order-in-council wns issued todny in
the following terms.
"An unattached list is authorized
in connection with the active militia
of Cannda iu order to facilitate the
transfer of officers of one corps to another without sacrifice of militia rank.
Transfers to the unattached list will
rest with tho major general commanding.
D. D. Mnnn arrived in Winnipeg
from Montreal and will spend a few
days ill the city. While here Mr.
Mann will look into tho question of
leasing the company's timber lands of
the South-eastern railway to tie and
wood contractors who have made application to work in the districts contiguous to the line. Mr. James A.
Smart interviewed members of the local government on the question yoster
A new Canadian passenger ngent
has been appointed for the Now York
Central & Wost Shore railway, in the
person of Mr. Louis Drago who has
for several years presented these lines
at tho suspension bridgo. The appointment was mado to fill tho vacancy caused by the promotion of Mr.
J, J. McCarthy of Toronto, who has
been appointed general western passenger agent for the West Shore,
with headquarters at Chicago. It is
probable that tho headquarters of Mr.
Drago will be in Toronto. He will be
succeeded at the suspension bridge by
IMr. E. F. McDonald.
What the London Car Co.
Offered  Strikers-
The Oompany Would Take Back tho Men,
The Bulk of Whom Wonld Earn
Thirteen Oents an Honr.
London, Nov. 9.���Following is the
basis of settlement of the strike offered
by the street railway oompany and
refused by themen:
The company offers to pay 18 cents
an hour for the first year, 14 for the
second year and 15 for the third year,
the hours to be arranged by tbe men
"Upon this basis" said Manager
Carr "57 men could start to woik at
15 cents, seven at 14 cents and the remainder at 13 cents. Many of these
latter within the next month would
be increased by reason of length of service."
Carr said tbis rate was higher than
iu any oity of London's size in Canada. In other words, the men wanted
the same rate of wages as was paid in
Toronto, where the earnings are 60 per
cent more per mile than in London.
The company agreed to reinstate all
tlie men who went out and those wbo
were discharged when the trouble
Tbe arbitration clause approved by
men sets forth that the men having a
grievence may be heard by tbe manager and if dissatisfied tbey shall be
again heard with one or more of tbe
employees who oan prove the justice
of complaint. If the employe be then
dissatisfied bis complaint is to be laid
before the president. In case motor
men and conductors should be dis
missed aud it should be found that
tliey were not at fault they were to be
restored to position with full back pay.
The Union clause, as ratified by
both parties reads: "Tbat all future
employes of the oompany shall have
full liberty to affiliate with any association or club and shall not be required to sign any document to
abridge tbis agreement."
The German .Royalties Will Be Invited to
Madrid By ths Queen Kegent
of Spain.
Madrid, Nov. 9.���It is asserted at
the foreign office this evening that
Emperor William and Empress Augusta Victoria, after visiting Cadiz,
will visit Cartagena. The queen regent will inivte them to visit Madrid.
Americans Mako Answers to Certain
Spanish  Claims.
Paris, Nov. 9.���The Americans today answered Spain's claim for tho
restitution to her of publio money
and custom collections tnken by
United States offioials since the capitulation of Manila, and they nlso^mudo
reply to Spain's claim for an indemnity on account of the alleged imprisonment by tho United States authorities of Spanish troops at Manila and
for tboir oonsoquent restraint from being of service to Spain in tbe suppression of tbe insurgent insurection and
tbe protection of property. To theso
points, tho Amerioan prepared an exhaustive reply yesterday, which
though not fully typewritten at 2 p.
m., the time fixed for tbe roeoting of
Tuosday would bave been submitted
to the Spsaniards at four p. Tm., yesterday, hnd it not boen that tbe commissioners of Spain refused to meet at
that hour, pleading other engsgo-
ments as an eicuso for their refusal.
The American commissioners held
tbat there wns justification under the
terms of the protocol for the discussion
of the futuro of the Philippine islands and they also claimed that tbe
occupation of Manila is a military occupation, whicli justifies the United
Statos in collecting the revenues, administering the government, aud exercising all the functions of possession.
After a short joint session an adjournment was taken until   Saturday.
Eig Meeting of Passenger
Agents   at Buffalo  .
The Immigration Trafflo From Europe to
Amerioan and Canadian Points to
Be Pooled.
Buffalo, Nov. 9.���Au important conference of passenger representatives of
Americau and Canadian railroads opened at the Iroquois hotel in this city
today. The representation was big,
the principal roads in both countries
having delegates present. The purpose of the meeting is to improve the
transcontinental passenger situation,
to settle differences existing between
American lines and the Canadian Pacific road, to properly maintain rates
and to adopt a uniform system of
handling the immigrant trafflo from
Europe to the United States and
Canadian points. The Canadian Pacifio having recently been granted representation in tbe immigrant bureau
at New York, is likely to become a
strong competitor for this trafflo to
the Northwest points and it is more
or less the intention to praotically po#
this issue, thus giving each line a proportionate division. Today's meeting was devoted to routine matters.
The important work of the conference
will begin tomorrow.
It Will be Built as Soon as the Country
Justifies It.
Viotoria, Nov. 9.���0. P. Wolley,
who returned from the Stiekine river
country a few days ngo, was interviewed at Wrangel by the Stiekine
River Journal. Being asked for his
opinion regarding tbis country be said
that he had been in this country only
one year, and being heavily interested
here he made it a rule not to talk
much about tbo country for fear of being accused of talking from n selfish
motive. "I will say," continued Mr.
Wolley, "that both companies of
which I am director have done all we
expeotod to do and are thoroughly satisfied. Next year we will do much
more than we did this year, and I
have no doubt it is but a short time
before this country will equal the
Kootenay country. The great trouble
with this country is that people came
bere with a rush, expecting to find
largo returns quickly, but thoroughly
unprepared to endure hardships in order to secure riches. The failure to
build a railway was no drawback to
such men, for had a railway been
buiit this year, these mon would simply have gone to the torminus of the
railway aud after staying at that point
for a whilo would have oome out and
abused tho country tho same as they
have done. Regarding tho building
of the Cassiar railway, I will say
that the Cassiar Central will be built
as soon as wo aro satisfied that the
oountry will justify us iu building it
and not beforo. As I said before,
we aro satisfied ns fnr as we have
Newport News, Va., Nov. 9. ���The
United States repair ship Vulcan went
to sea this afternoon in search of the
lost Spanish cruiser Maria Teresa,
which is believed to be ashore somo-
, where in ths vicinity of Oat island.
Tha Joint High   Comiu issiou   in Session  at Washington.
Washington, Nov. il.���The joint
high commission appointed to confer
on the quesitons nt issuo between tbe
United States and the Dominion of
Canada will meot in Washington tomorrow. It is behoved the forthcoming session of the international arbitrators here will conclude tho business
before the commission nnd that a formal treaty covering all tho points decided with regard to closer relations
between Cannda and the United States
will result. Tho meetings of tho commission aro held behind closed doors
nud only mengro reports of the progress mado are given out for publication. Ex-socretary of Stato, John W.
Foster today said that the work was
fairly well in hand, although uo progress bad been made since the adjournment in Quebec. Tho discussion is
to bo taken up where it was interrupted.
Toronto, Nov. 9.���Mrs. Bonsloy,
who kept tho Maternitv hospital, or
as better known, a "Baby farm," has
ben convicted of manslaughter ou tho
child of Mary McGarviu. Tho evidence showed that tho prisonor practically starved tbe infant to deatb. She
was sent to jail for two years.
Winnipeg, Nov. 9.���H. A.   McLean
deputy attorney general bas decided to
accept the offer of the   samo  position
under Hon. Js. Martin, iu British Columbia.
British Capital For a Canadian Project.
Dockyards to Be Established in Cape Breton Por the Building of Large Ships.
Ooal and Iron at Hand.
Montreal, Nov. 9.���A Star cable
from London, Nov. 9 snys: British
capital for iron shipbuilding in Nova
Scotia will soon be forthcoming. This
development is dne.to the action of a
prominent Canadian who has been
prompting the scheme in London for
some time past. There are millions in
it. The plant, it is learned, will be
established at Cape Breton, where cooperation with tbe Dominion Coal
company will be assured. Iron ore is
found in great quantities on the sonth
coast of Cape Breton. Tbis, it is said,
will be treated at a smolter to be
erected at Louisburg, 0. B. The erection of the ship building plant will
follow development of the iron works.
Experts have been over the ground and
their reports are favorable. In this
enterprise, it is hoped, lies the found
ation of a business capable of being ex
panded like tbe great establishments
on the Clyde nnd at Belfast.
This Negro  Started  Ont as A  Moral
- Reformer and Killed a Man.
Winnipeg, Nov. 9.���Paul Brown,
the negro found guilty of the murder
of Wilbur E. Burton, was sentnnoed
this morning to be hanged on Friday,
December 33 next.
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 9.���The
United States transport Michigan
sailed today with six troops of the
Fifth United States cavalry, under
command of Colonel 0. O. Carr, for
Ponce, Porto Rice. Sbe oarried about
six hundred horses and 585 men
Marchand and Baratier to Immediately
Carry Ont Evaouation By the
Frenoh Garrison.
Cairo, Nov. 9.���Major Marohand
and Capt. Baratier start for Fashoda
on Thursday or Friday to oarry out
tho evaouation of that place by the
French garrison, which will retire by
way of Abyssinia to Jibutil, Asia
Miuor, six months journey.
Now York, Nov. 9.���Nikola Tesla,
the electrician, in a newspaper interview describes an application of eleo-
tricity whereby, without tbe interposition of any artful medium of communication, one man can control and
diroct with absolute exactitude the
movements of any type of vessel, balloon or laud vehicle at any distance
tbat may be desired.
From a station on shore or from the
dock of a vessel nndor way, ��� torpedo-
boat equipped with Mr. Tesln's controlling device may be propellod either
ou or below tbe surface, manoeuvered
at will iii uny direction and finally
brought into contact aud exploded
ngninst the side of a hostile vessel at
any point within the range of the vision of the oporator.
More than his assuming that it were
possiblo to nccuratoly locate the position of the vessel which it is desired
to destroy, tho torpedo boat could be
directed to it evo.i if the ship lay in
the harbor of Southampton ind tbe
operator was.stationod at Sandy Hook.
Kingston, Jamaica, Nov. 9.���As tbe
first move in an economio scheme
for confederating the various West
Indian colonies, Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, British stcretnry of state for
tho colonies, recently oreatod the West
Indian agricultural department. The
colouiea aro now requested to send delegates to an agricultural conference to
bo held at Barbadoes shortly. At the
mcoting of tbo Jamaica Agricultural
society today the government's proposal was discussed. The society decided to decline to incur any expenditure as tho matter being essentially
official, all responsibility properly devolves on the government. The fact
is, Jamaica will probably decline to
join the proposed federation and will
hold out for reciprocity with the
United States as the only practicable
solution of the present eoonomio difficulties.
Several   States Go Over to
Them.   ���
The1 Gains are California, Indiana,IN. Jersey, K. York, Jl.  Dakota, Wisconsin, Maine and Nebraska.
Washington, No". 9.���The election
returns establish with certainty that
the United States senate will havo a
repnblioan majority after March 4
next. The analysis of the party change
show that the republicans have gained
seven seats from the democrats, California, Indiana, New Jersey, New-
York, North Dakota, Wisconsin and
Maine, and one from the populists,
Nebraska; they may lose one, Washington, which is in doubt and gain
one in West Virginia, whioh is also
in doubt. The political complexion of
the senate after March 4 will be republican, 53 democrat, 27 ; populist, 5;
silver republican, 4; in donbt, 2.
* San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 9.���California has gone to tbe republican column with more emphasis than ever
before. Tbe entire state ticket, with
the exception of the secretary of state,
bas been eleoted according to republican
claims. The count this year throughout the state has been unusually slow
and it will be several days before tbe
complete figures are received. The republicans claim all seven congressmen
and the legislature.
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 9.���Belated re-
tnms today continue to indicate that
Nebraska has turned a political som-
���uersault and landed in tbe republican
column. Three hundred and seventeen
precincts outside of Lincoln and
Omaha gave Hayward, republican, for
governor, 8000 plurality. If this gain
is maintained. Hayward will carry
the state by o\*er 4000.
Denver, Col., Nov. 9.���Tho entire
fusion ticket, beaded hy Charles S.
Thomas, democrat for governor, is
eleoted by a majority approximating
about 50,000.
Salt Lake, Utah, Nov. 9.���The democrats have elected Roberts to congress
and carried the legislature, which will
elect a United States senator.
New York, Nov. 9.���Augustus Van
Wyok, when seen at his home in
Brooklyn today, refused to discuss the
result of the eleotion with reporters
and replied to all inquiries: I have
nothing to say."
New York, Nov. 9.���Bar silvor,
60.',.,; Mexican dollars, 47.
Copper, firm; brokers' price, $21.
50; exchange, $13.6% to $12.75.
Lead, quiet and steady; brokors'
price, $8.50; exchange, $3.15 to
Tin, quiet; Straits, $18.80 to $18.50;
plates steady.
Four  Murderers  Sentenced to Death
in One  Week.
London, Nov. 9.���One requires to go
a long way baok to recall auother occasion when in one week London
alone has had four murder trials resulting iu death sentences. It is almost unprecedented in this city, where
juries who bold the lives of unfortunates in their hands usually are inclined to seek some loophole by which
the prisoner may at least escape the
gallows. Undoubtedly the most startling of tlio four death sentences was
that of Dr. Whitmarsh, wbo performed
an illsgal operation upon a girl from
tbo effeots of which she died. When
a few months ago Dr. Collins, a well
known society doctor, waB sent to
prison for several days for a similar
offence, the judge characterized tho
crime as a horrible one which must bo
checked. Cases of this kind wero becoming too frequent. A warning hint
was thrown out that future offenders
might be dealt with even more severely. So it turned out. In Dr.
Collins case the crime was ouly manslaughter. Dr.; Wbitmorsh's case was
called murder for which tbo penalty
is banging.
The Loudon police lately havo been
busying themselves with more than
their wonted activity dealing with the
'' Hooligans," a lot of scoundrels who
go about in bunds robbing and maltreating people even in broad daylight
leaving them lying, in many cases, almost dead. The '' Hooligans,'' created
quite a tcare. It was a difficult, not
to say dangerous job, which the police had undertaken. Nevertheless,
they seem to have secured all tbe leaders, or most of them. Dnring tho last
week the papers have contained no
"Hooligan gang," stories. THE MINER, THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER io, 1898.
Wm Jttiner.
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Only a few more weeks lie between
us and municipal election day and all
those who wish to have their names
upon the voters' lists should lose no
time in taking the necessary steps.
The fiTSt of these is to pay the road
tax. We would again impress upon
citizens that^unless this tax be paid
the ratepayer's name will not appear
on the list, no matter if all other taxes
have been paid. The time allowed oit-
izens in which to make payment of
the road or poll tax expires on December 1, but why it should not extend to
within a week of election day it
would be hard to say. The payment
of this tax confers the right to vote on
anyone over twenty-one years of age
who has been six months in the municipality ; and practioally it is the
extension ot manhood suffrage, for a
consideration. All citizens who have
the interest of tbis growing city at
heart should pay the tax and get their
names upon the list, so that they may
be in a position when eleotion day
comes to select for the city a mayor
aud council that will transact the
city's business in a businesslike way
and creditably represent it at all
We are glad to see tbat the discussion ol the smelting of lead ores in
British Columbia so fully dealt with
in The Minor u short time ago by Mr.
Hugh Sutherland, a geutloman who
has given the subject much study, has
aroused the press of the province to
consideration of tbe question, which is
a most important ono to the miners
and mine owners of British Columbia.
Among other journals that have dealt
with the matter is tbo B. C Mining
Critic of Vancouver, wbicb does not
agree witb Mr. Sutherland that government aid to the industry could be applied in the samo way as aid is to encouraging dairying in eastern Canada.
If the Critic will read Mr. Sutherland's
interview which be gavo to this paper, it will seo that that gentleman
merely put forth the suggestion aB one
of the alternatives to choose should
reciprocity of trado in tbis product
between the United States and Canada
not be agreed upou. He advanced
none of the alternatives as a certain
remedy for the disabilities wliich .exist, but put tbem forth as suggestions,
and good ones, for discussion, leaving
tho wholo question open. Probably
what will bo tho outcome if Canada
does not secure from tho States reciprocal trade in lead products, is reciprocity of tariffs by which the snme
duties will be imposed by Canada ns
are imposed by the United States.
Tho Critic's assertion that Mr. Sutherland is iu error in bis flgtiros of the
quantity of load consumed in Canada
iB wroug. Mr. Sutherland quoted from
tho report of the British Columbia
minister of mines, who places the lend
consumption of Canada at from 24,-
000 to 25,000 tons annually nnd tho
geological department of Canada reports the samo quantities. Tho Critic's
critic must have based his assertion
on the Trado and Navigation returns
of threo years ngo, Biuco wliich time
the consumption of lead produots in
Oanada has moro than doubled But
this is beside the main question nt
issue, which should not bo obscured
by discussions likely to lead off iu
other directions. What tlio people
want to know is how best to secure
for themselves tho profits of tbe lead
industry which now go abroad, and
suggestions as to means when coming
from sources of authority aro valuable.
If Menier, the Paris chocolate man,
whoBo arbitrary rule in the island of
AnticoBti has given rise to much complaint, were an Englishman, ho
would not And so many champions
amoug Freuch Canadian newspapers
as Menior finds. In the first place an
Englishman, aud in that term is included all Britishers, would not
adopt the courso   Monior hus  pursued
in compelling deference from the di n-
izens of the island, but would manage
his estate far differently; and in the
second place, it is doubtful if a Britisher would be allowed by government
to ride rough shod over the peasantry
as Menier is reported to have dono.
But the chocolate manufacturer happens to be Freuch and any discussion
of his methods in English newspapers
must be regarded as attacks upou tbe
race, and to be so accused does uot do
in Qnebeo, where to be a Frenchman
at the present time means something
politically. Therefore when La Patrie; Hon. Mr. Tarte's paper, comes
out in defence of Menier it oreates no
surprise. That was to be expected.
Yet it will strike freeborn people as
very odd that a foreigner such as thc
chocolate man is, can come into a
British colony, buy a large island aud
enact certain laws for the government
of his kingdom. It strikes us that the
government should give Mr. Menier
and his methods some attention.
merely to ascertain whether or not
Canadian citizens and British subjects
have any right on the island of Anticosti whatever.
The results in the states of the
American union that hold their elections in November, so far as they
are known ot present, amply vindicate
the administration of President McKinley. The opponents of the republican party, after the declaration of
war with Spain took pains to point
out that the war was not a popular
one and when the people came to
reckon up the oost, the McKinley
administration would be subjected to
criticism that would tell heavily against
it when tbe elections came round.
These predictions have not been verified. On the contrary, in one in-
Btance at least, the war assisted a republican candidate to victory. This
was Col. Theodore Roosevelt, of New
York, who carried his state over Vau
Wyok, the democrat, by a vory large
vote. According to ull calculations
tbe democrats should have won and it
was believed that they would win, but
the commander of the Rough Riders,
after conducting a creditable campaign in Cuba, showed that he was
able to lead bis party to success in
New York. It was undoubtedly Mr.
Rooveselt's war record, brief aa it
was, tbat elected him and bis election
was as strong n vote of confidence in
the Washington administration as any
ministry could wish for. The democratic nominee was a strong mau in
many ways, but he bad not the sentiment behind him which was Mr.
Roosevelt's strength, nud that sentiment approved of the punishment
that congress inflicted upon Spain,
even though the cost was g.'eat.
To tho Editor of The Nelson Miner i
Sir:���The recent discharge by the
minister of mines of Mr. Sober
Thompson, from the post ion of acting
mining recorder and ;:oK oommission-
er's clerk for the Bloohlt Mining Division, without cause or reason boini
assigned, camo as a surprise to nil
who know him.
Mr. Thompson during the two yenrs
and more in wliich be has strvcii tin
mining public of the Slocan, has b\
his promptitude in performance (,f
duty his capability and his unitorifi
courtesy, proved himself in every way
qualified tto fill his position.
Will you by publishing this letter
in your widely rend columns of The
Miner give expansion to the opinion
unanimously expressed by nil of the
many to whom I have spoken in tho
subject which opinion is my own;
that the discharge of tbis competent,
honest and oonrteous official without
just cause calls for vigorous protest
against and unqualified condemnation
of Iho action taken, which is apparently a violation of the most esseutiul
principle involved in the proper administration of our civil service. Yours
New Denver, Nov. 8, 18DS.
The caso of Club vs. -Crocker and
Clare came up before Registrar Simpkins yesterday, to whom it had been
referred for an account to be taken.
The defendants, sub-contractors on the
O. N. P. railway, were being sued
for wages, and had paid a certain
amount of monoy into court. After
listening to evidence for two or three
hours, the registrar found that thero
was still $12 coming to the plaintiff,
nnd nlso seemed to think his time had
been wasted. G. L. Lennox wus for
the plaintiff and S. S Taylor for the
A local stock deal of considerable
importance was consummated yesterday nfternoou whon Mr. George Neelands purchased 75,000 shares in the
Exchequer Gold Mining company. Mr.
Neelands has for somo time past been
making quiet investigations as to
the property, which is situated on
Morning mountain close to the Athabasca, aud the transaction alluded to
is the result.
J. L. Parker, mining engineer of
Rossland is at the Phair.
Hugh Sutherland returned to the
Phair yesterday from the Slocau.
Mr. Eber O. Smith has resumed the
editorship of tho Rossland Record.
T. R. Archbold, M. E., left for
England on yesterday evening's train.
W. S. Norman, proprietor of the
Hotel Spokane, is a guest at the Phair.
R. Meo, locomotive  foreman for the
C. P. R. west cf Donald, is staying at
the Phair.
G. O. Rowan, representing the
Swift Packing company, of Chicago,
is at the Phair.
M. L. Abbot, representing the
Equitable Life Insurance Co., is staying at tbo Hume.
G. Williams, travtlling freight
agent for the Spokaue Fulls & Northern railway, is a guest   at the   Phair.
" Mr. G. V. Holt, manager of the
Nelson branch of the Bank of British
Columbia, visited Rossland this week.
H. Phillips and E. A. Phillips, of
Grand Rapids, Mich., who ure making n tour of the country, are staying
at the Piiuir.
Among those registered at the Hume
are C. Hammond, Saudou; O. Steu-
strom, Cascade City; W. H. Lang-
ridge, Revelstoke; George Bell, Winnipeg, and G. S. ThomaB, Spokane.
Among those registered at the Phmr
ure C. D. Porter, Spokane; F. Webber.
Three Forks; Miss E. Harris, St.
John, N. B. ; C. H. Taylor, Moutrenl;
D. E. Hunk, Sitiidou; P. McArdle.
Spokane ; T. J. Armstrong, Chicago;
F. H. Russel, nud A. Sinclair, To
��� Among those registered at tbe
Queeu's are R. F. Kirkwood, New
Denver; C. Biesel and T. Kane. Erie:
B. A. Gilker, C. N. P. Ry; A. Robin-
sou, Cascade City ; C. F. Kirkup aud
W. Abbott, C. P. R. railway; Mr.
and Mrs. T. P. Burns, Kootenay
Bridge; J. P. Gordon, Moyie, and
Gordon Grant, Kuskonook.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer und Porter.
Drop in   and see   us.
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nr Build a House, soil
your Ij Is,sell your House,
Insure your Property or
your Life, borrow money
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Steamship Lines
From Montreal or Quebec
Boavor Line���Luke Superior. Nov. 16
Heaver hi tie���Gallia Xov. 23
Dominion Lino--Labrador Nov. 12
Dominion Line���Scotsman Nov. 19
A linn Ltno- Laurent tan       .Nov 12
Allan   Line -Califurniun Nov. ID
From New York
White Star Lino-MnJOfltio Nov. lli
White star Line���Germanic  .Nov. 2ii
Ounard Lino���Luoanla Nov. 2(i
tlunanl Line- I'mbria.. Nov. 19
Allan Statu Lino���Slate of Nebraska Nov. IH
Allan State Lino���Mongolian .Dec. 2
Anchor Ltno���Anohoria  Nov. 10
Cabin, 145,00, $50, IbU, 870 $80 and upwards.
tutormedtate, ��3!i.mJ ann upwards
Mtoorage. $22.60 and upwards,
PtiHsongors tioketed bhrougn fco all points in
Uivat hritain or Ireland, and at specially low
ititos to all parts of tbo European conti lent.
Prtfpaid passages arranged from all points
Apply   to  GKO.   S.    BEER.    City   Ticket
Agont. Nelson, or to,      WILLIAM STITT
55t)   Gonoral Agont. O.P.R, OtHces. Winnipeg.
London, Nov. 9.���Following is the
latest betting on the hornes wliich
will probably start for the Liverpool
Cup on Friday : Alt Mark, five to one ;
Chaleureux, six to one; Goletta, nix
to one;Acmena, six and a half io
one; Lowwond, eight to one; Bray-
head, ten to oue; Ind, 14 to one; Ht.
Cloud II, tfO to one. There is no betting on ChiRol, Hampton, Sligo, King's
Messenger, Killyleagh   or   Cartouche,
. 1
in!, inn V.ftt'i; l:f:o o'clock il. Ill
., September
Isl,    ISMS
I'aclllc or  I'.'Olh  Meridian
U'kh'i Boom
East Bound
Flrill Class
'rime Card Nn 2
First Class
Sopt. 1st. 18118.
L saves Dully
Arrive Dally
8.3H It in.
9.80 p.m.
8.-S5 a. in.
South Fork
3.05 p.m.
O.J.'ip. in.
2.10 p.m.
Hum n. ni.
\\ hitowator
2.00 p.m.
111.08 n. in.
Hear Lake
1.50 p.m.
10.20 a. in.
1,88 p m.
10134 a. in.
Pllj ne '1 rain
1:23 p.m.
!0.:t.i a. in.
Cody Jlliictlun
1.22 p.m.
1.15 p.bl.
10.43 a. in.
Arrive Dally
Leavo Dally
Leaves Dally
Arrive Dally
11:110 a. in.
Sin (Ion
11:011 a.m.
11:10  "
Cody Junction
11:30   "
11:2*5  "
11:35   "
Arrive Dal
Leavo ) 111
I ^.ARTHUR R. 5HERW00D... |
��= ^
ZZ Real Estate and Insurance Agent. 3
| for mm |
SZ       Four Roomed House on Observatory St.    $15 per month. 3S
F Eight roomed furnished house, Observatory St. 3
% The Birkbeok Investment,  Security ^
and Savings Co.
Jf:   advance money on Improved Real Estate.     Repayable in 5 and    =S
���fc 8 years by monthly instalments. 3
IS DRAWING NEAR. You will have
company for dinner and you will require
something out of the ordinary line of
Groceries.... .... .... ....
Remember.   .   .
Goods. Truffs, D'Anchois, Pois Moyens,
Caviar, Champignons, Sauces of all kinds,
Cross & Blaekwell's Jams, Jellies, Marmalades and Pickles, McLaren's Cheese,
Lobster, Mackerel, Brook Trout, and
English Prepared Mince fleat.    .   .
M. DesBrisay & Co.,
NELSON, B. u, Aberdeen Block.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
. . FRESH . .
Gimps supplied on shortest notice nnd Lowest Prices
Mail Orders receive Careful attention.
Nothing but fresh and wholesome meats and supplies
kept in stock.
Markets at Nelson and Ymir.
p. burns & co.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,
Sandon, Three Forks, Ne-w Denver and Slooan City.
Order* by mall to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
The   Crow's  Nest   Pass   Coal   Co.
is now prepared to receive orders for
Domestic and Steam Coal and  Blacksmith's Fuel.
PRICE :    Domestic  and    Steam  Coal    $5.75   per   ton.
Blacksmith's Fuel $10.00 per ton.
Orders   Received at C. W. West: <�� Go's. Office
CHARLES ST. BARBE, General Agent.
1AIMM.  Ml'IMIl , M Min. Anoo. (lornwtil I
Corner ��iimi nml Nlllcn HI..
Opposite l'huir IIolol,
P. O. BOX 583.
Extended experience in Chile mid Gorman
South Africa. Assays and analysis of ores.
lieport) aud valuations on min oral properties
Ui d irground surveying and mine planu kept
up by contract's
l"l* III!" Irrrlln.i or  a   Hull   and   Water
About ono mllo long to tho smoltcr, will bo
received until Monday tho lith Intt. at 12
o'clock noon.
siicciilram Ioiih cnn be scon nnd other information obtained on Thursday the 10th hint, nt tho
general otllcefl of the company.
Tho lowest or any tondor not necossnrily
2011 G. 1*'. & P. K Superintendent.
Until further notice no passengers  will be
carried over tho lino of the Crow's Nest Pass
railway betweeu Kuskonook and Cranbrook.
C. W. WEST & CO.
will fill  no orders  for Wood
Coal or Lime unless
accompanies order. All accounts of over thirty days standing will be put into tho hands
of a collector.
Notico Is hereby Riven that John Bell, formerly of the Nelson Maw Mill Co. has been appointed Nelson agent for Peter Gencllo & Co.,
vice A. K voung. Contracts in tho future are
10 bo mndo with Mr. Bell or his assistant, E. G.
Beer, to whom all money duo lo tho llrm is to
bo paid. PBTEK GENELLE & CO.
Mrs* McLaughlin's,
Official Directory.
Uovernor-Qeneral . Earl of Abordeei.
Premier -    "     . Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Member House of Common'?, Dominion Parliament, West Kooienay    ���    Hewitt Bostock
Dop Col. Inland Revenue Y W Swannell
Lieut. Governor Hon TR Mclnnes
Promiei - Hon Chas Semlin
Attorney-General - Hon Joseph Martin
Minislcrof Finance Hon EC Cotton
Minister Mines and Education   Hon J F Hume
Pres Execul Ive Council      Hon Dr MoKechnle
Member Leghlativo Assembly tor Nelson Rid-
in* - Hou J T Hume
��$"" ���   " .....     - ,.,      John Houston
Aldernun-Chaa Hillyer, W F Teotzel; J A
Bilker, J J Mnlono, E p Whalley, Thos Madden.
City Clerk ��� . j K Strachan
Police Magistrate K a Crease
SM'J0'.??"0?,       .       ��� 4   F McKinnon
Chief of Fire Depart mont . XV J Thompson
Auditor - John Hamilton
Water Commissioner . T M Ward
Health Omcor - .        pr Lallau
City Engineer . A. L. M'Culloch
City council moots every Mondav, 3 p.-.n.  at
city hall, cor Victoria nnd Josephine st
Dr. EC Arthur. Dr. G A 1) Hall. Geo John*
stone.   Prlncipnl-J.   Hoslley   Soady. B. A.
President - J Roderick Robertson.
Vice-President - James Lawrence.
Secy-Treas. - John A Turner.
&e��'ienl John A. Tumor
Vlco-Pres. W. A. Jowett.
Secretary F. W. Swannell
XTe?f ��� , B'    . ���                         J A Forin
Medical Supt. .            Dr. G. A B Hall
Warden Capt, N. Fitzstubbs
First Jailer - R. Liddell
ESCOTd Jailer Geo. Partridge
Third Jailer . John McLnron
Senior Guard R inc0
tatgaoa ��� Dr. Symond.
Government Inspector of Agencies W J Goepel
Gold Commissioner . O. G. Dennis
Mining Recorder-Tax Col - R F Tolmie
Collector of Customs       - Oeo. Johnstone
Provincial Assessor John Keen
County Court Judge J a Forin
Registrar - E T H Simpkins
Inspector of Schools        -        William Burns
8.00 p.m.
8.30 a.m
i.00 p.m.
0.00 p.m
Unltod States, Ontario, Que
bee nnd Eastern Provinces
Points on N. Sc F. S. lino.
Victoria and Rossland.
Sow Denver, Sandon and
���Mocnn Lake Points.
Kaslo and Kootenay Lake
Hossland. Trail, Nakusp
Itobson. points on main lim
0, P. R.. Vancouver nm.
3.15 p. m.
2.30 p.m.
7.1*9 a.m.
7.00 a.m,
ofpick nouns.
Lobby opened from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; General
Delivery, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.;  Registration. 8.30
a.m. to 7 p.m.; Money Orders and Savings Bank
9 a.m. lo 1 p.m.; Sunday 1 hour 110 to 11 a.m).
J. A. GILKER, Postmaster
Cnuitcii or ENOi.AM)-Malln 11a.m.; Kvon
Song. i.'O p m. every Sunday. Holy Communion on 1st and 3rd Sundays in thc month after
Matins; on 2nd and ith Sundays, at 8 a.in
Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. Rev. H. S. Ake'
hurst, Hectnr.   Cor Wsrd and Silica streets.
PiiKaniTKHUN Church���Servlcos at 11 a ni
and 7..10 p.m, Sunday School at 2.30 p.mi
Prayer mooting Thursday evening at 8 p.m.'
I'liriul   im   1.',wl,... ,-���. v....:..I ..  .......     I.        '
?*    1 .1       ���5  j"   .""i��unj*   evening at 8 p.m.
Christian Endcnvor Society meets ovcry Mon
day   evening   at  8   o'clock
Rov. R. Frew,
Methodist Cnuncii-Corner Silica and
Josephine Streets. Servioes at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p. m. ; Sabbath School, 2.30p.m.; Prayer meeting on Friday evening at & o'clock; Epworth
League 0. E., Tuesday at 8 a.m. Rev: John
Robson, Pastor. ��
Cathoi.io church-Muss at Nelson, flrst
and third Sunday at 8 and 10.00 a.ln.; Honedlc-
I on at 7.30 to 8 p.m. Rev. Father Forland
Baptist Church - Ser. ices morning and
evoningatll a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Prayor meeting A edncsday evening at 8 p.m.; Meetings
are held in tho scliool honso. Strangers cordially welcomed.   Rov. G. H. Welch, Paator
Salvation AitMY-Servlcos evory evening
at 8 o clock in barracks on Viotoria street.
Adiutant Millncr in chargo.
NELSON LODGE, No. 23. A. F. & A.
M. meets second Wednesday in eaoh
month.   Visiting brethren invited.
G. L. Lennox. Secretary.
I. O. O. F. Kootenay Lodge
No. 10, merle every Monday night,
at   thoii   Hall,   Kootenay street.
sojourning Odd Follo-���� oordlally Invited.
A. H. Ciommits, N. G.      Fred J Squlrca, Soc.y
��� NELSON LODGE No. IB, K. of P.
ain.ets In Castlo hall, McDonald Wook
SaVery second and fourth Tueaday o^en-
J ng at 8 o'clock. All viaitlug knl/hta
rcordially invited,
R. G. Jot, C. C.
Geo. Ross K. of R. and S.
NELSON   LODGE,   I. O. G. T.      Meota in
Castlo Hall, McDonald Blook, every Monday
evening  al 8 o'clock.   Visiting Templars cordially Invited, John Telford,
Chief Templar.
J. F. Jncobson   Sec'y
second and fourth Wednesday
each month at K. of P. Hall. Mao
Donald Block, oor. Vernon and
���*. =. Josephlno streets. Visit ing brethren cordially invited.
Chas. II. Farrow,
COURT KOOTENAY, I.O.F., NO. 3131 meet*
1st and 3rd Wodnesduy ln each month ln the
K of P Hull. F W Swanell, C. D. 8. C. R.; J R
Green, C.R.: J. Purklss, Seoy.
NELSON LODOK, NO. 10 A.O.U.W., meet
every Thursday ln the I.O.O.F. ball. G C
Williams. If,W.: W s Smith, Reo.-Seo.; J. J.
Driscoll, Financier F. J Squire. Rocelver and
P. M. >V.
NELSON L.O.L. No. 16111 meets In the Mo
Donald block every Thursday evaulng at 8
o'clock. Visiting members cordially Invited
John Toye W.M.; F. J. Bradley, R.8.
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'y.
Nelson  & Fort
Sheppard R'y.
Red Mountain R'y.
Tho only all rail route without chango
of oan between Nelson and Souland and
Spokane and Souland.
Leavo 6.20 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5-35 p.m
"   12:05 "  BOSSL'D   " 11:20
"    8.30 a-m. SPOKANE   "   3.10 p.m
Train Hint leaves Nelson at 6:20 a.in
makes close connections at Spokane toi
all Pacific Coast Points.
Passengers (or Kettle Hirer and Boundary Oreek, oonneot at M mens with Stage
O. G. DIXON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokaat, Wash
AB��nt,N.ls.., B. O. THE MINER  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ro, 1898.
"Oh, Iosb of sight, of thee I most complain."���Milton.
No Guess Work.
But a scientific certainty,
run no risk when   ....
Ireland Bros.
Fit your eyes. They have thc appliances, knowledge, skill and
experience to fit any eyo, and
, the largest stock of glasses in
the country. No charge for
testing. Glasses at eastern
prices when required.
At Hotel Phair. . .
This week only.   Gome as early
in the day as possible.
Proposed Extension of the
Great Northern.
Arrangements Made IWhioh Will ^Ensure
Victory���Description   of the
Proposed Extension-
A special from Now York to the
Minneapolis Times of last Tuesday
Jas. J. Hill is busy with extensive
schemes for the construction of new
linen. Although ho omitted to take
the Great Northern stockholders into
his confidence, the speculators iu Wall
street havo insight into his designs
and lo that may be attributed the rocont decline iu the company's shares.
The financial sharps look with distrust
upon new projects of whioh, however,
they have only fractional knowledge.
Mr. Hill's immediate purposes aro:
First���To build into the Boundary
creek country into British Columbia
next summer, a line from Nelson, B.
C. This is the revivification of D.
0. Oorbin's plans of lust yonr, and of
which paragraphs have been appearing
in Canadian und American newspapers of the Inst 10 days. The 22,r> miles
of road that the Great Northern got
from Mr. Corbin, by acquiring the
Spokano Falls & Northorn railway
from Spokano to Nelson, B. 0., were
taken with tho idea of exocuting Corbin 's plan of penetrating the Boundary creek country. The defeat at Ottawa last wintor of the effort to get a
charter from tho Domiuiou government is familiar history. A charter
will be seenred by Mr. Hill this winter
so he has quietly assured certain interests here, and that everything has
been arranged so carefully that the
Canadian Pacific will be unablo to prevent tho granting of the charter. In
the meantime the Canadian Pacific is
building its branch into the Boundary
creek country as fast as it can, from
Trail, B. C.
Second���To construct a lino from
Seattle to Portland, largo portions of
which wore graded by the Union Pacifio aud Great Northern jointly.
Third���To begin nt Anaconda,
Mont., in connection with tho Butto.
Anaconda & Pacific railway, and extend by the niost foasible route from
Root river, down tho river through
Lolo pass, theuco down Clearwater
aud Snake rivers to the Columbia at
Ainsworth, Wash. From Ainsworth
tho road will run either down tho Columbia river, connect with Mr. Hill's
Portland lino, or via tho Corolitz  pass
gfSvEB   RMIHE*'
is part of'the equipment of every
war vessel.
But anyone can find the range they
want by coming here. We have
Stoves and Ranges of all sizes and various styles in stock und each one is well
mndo, strong and an economical user
of fuel.
The Perfection is about one of the
best cookers on the market. Burns
coal or wood and gives fine results.
Our line of Heaters is   very hand-
Importers of
Paints, Oils, Shelf Hardware,
Plumber's Supplies,
Miners' Supplies
to the vicinity to Tacoma. This line
making a now outlet for the three
states, is intended to fill out the Great
Northern system wost of the Rocky
Iu case a satisfactory deal can te
mado with the O. R. & N. Co.. Mr.
Hill's Anaconda and Columbia river
projection may connect with the Oregon at Wallala junction. The opposition that has appeared to the construction by the Northorn Pacific of wbat is
known us the Missoula & Pasco cut
off, really emanates from the Great
Northern and not from the 0. R. & N.
'Master and Man" at the
���The Temnerature Defied.
Iinst night "Master and Man" was
put on at the Skating Rink by. the
Bittner company. Tho audience was
uot quito so large as usual owing to
the cold and miserable weather, but
by assiduous attention'to their numerous stoves the management succeded
in keeping tbo building warm and
Humpy Logan a despicable cowardly
villain, wan most artistically played
by W. J. Fredericks. A ^flner impersonation of a mean conscience-stricken
wretch could hardly be imagined. W.
W. Bittner played tho cynical, heartless capitalist Robert Carlton, giving
a vory finished exhibition. The part
of Jack Walton the much abused inventor and father, wob taken by J.
Waldron in a way which confirmed
tbe high reputation he has earned.
E. B. Kelly as James Burleigh, the
workman who wns robbed of his
wife, treated tho audienco to a very
foroibl* piece of acting. Chris Moran
wns most amusing as Tom Bradv the
Irishman, as was Ed. JJMitchell as
Crispin the dude. Low Rose made
the most of bis opportunities ns Wil-
lett the policeman.
The part of Hester, who married
Jack, was played by Miss Mattie
Choate. Miss Choate found full scope
for bor powers in the varied misfortunes of tho much tried heroine. Mrs.
Ella Bittner, ns Lntty, acted, with
all her usual grace, and Miss Milly
Stevens, nortrayul of Mrs. Brady was
fully apppreoiiited by the audience.
The part of Jackie was very prettily
played by Mazeppa Kelly, a charming
little girl of eight.
Among tho specialties was a song
very woll snug by Ed. Mitchell. Chris
Moran also introduced some funny
gags and a song which was enthusiastically encored, and L/jjMcClellaud
scored another success with his Germnn dialect song and clogj dnnco. The
two latter came on again tngother and
were deservedly encorod for clever
song and danco work.
After the play Mr. Bittner announced that he liad been asked to repeat '' La Belle Marie,'' tho play
whicli so successful the 'other flight.
In order to gunge the public sentiment, in tho matter Mr. Bittner snid
that if BO peoplo would take seats for
"Ln Belle Mario" at W. F. Teetzel's
drug storo, bo would put on Jthat
piece on Saturday night instoad of
"a Country Farm."
The play tonight is "Our Boys".
The performance is in aid of the I.
0. G. T. 	
Condensed News of the Happenings of the
Week In and Around Our Busy
Oity and Kootenay.
The Ladies Aid society of the Methodist churoh will hold a sale of work
on tho 8th and lith of December.
Helen English, aoonsed of being
drunk and disorderly, appeared before
Polico Magistrate Crease, yesterday
afternoon and wns  fined |5, and costs.
Yesterday saw the first snow fall
in Nelsou this season. It is noteworthy that the first snowfall last sea-
sou in Nslson was on the same day
of the month.
Yesterday wns Mrs. W. F. "Broug
hmn's birthday, and the occasion was
celebrated by a very pleasant dance at
her houso, a large number' of the
friends of tho family being present.
Although the snow only began to
fall veBterday afternoon, before night
set in various little boys with their
sleds had mado tho sido walk of Josephine street opposite the Fire Hall
dangerous for pedestrians.
Any Indies interested in the public
library for Nelson are requested to
meet the executive of tho Women's
Council on Friday afternoon at 8:30
o'clock in tho lecture room of tho Presbyterian church.
At tho Methodist church yosterday
forenoon, Iho marriage took place of
Mr. G. Aswig of Pilot Bay to Miss
Loua Fritcb. Tho newly married
couplo left by the steamer Kokanee for
tbeir homo in Pilot Buy yostorday af-
The now line to connect the West
Kootenny Light & Powor company's
station nt Rossluud with the generating works at Bouuingou Falls has
lieen completed up to within five
miles of Bonnington nud the remaining section will bo completed in about
two weeks.
Jacob Dover, tbo Nelson joweller,
hns as a result of his recent visit to
Now York opened out tho finest display of new goods ever shown in the
Kootenny. The display consists of
vases, bund puiuted; lamps of all
kiuds; mirrors, clocks. novelties,
fivo o'clock tea kettles, eto. Mr. Dover's ebnnge of advertisement will ap-
penr in tho Miner tomorrow.
3 The work of removing the bodiis
From the old to tho new cemetery by
Annablo & Brown is being pushed
ahead with all possiblo despatch. TJp
to dato about 7o bodies have been removed nud the., contractors expect to
complete thoir contract in about 10
days more. The city health officer has
issued instructions to have all the old
boxes taken out and burned, which
was not in the original contract aud
will oiitnil additional expense.
Thoro is now in tho city jail awaiting a medical examination a Frenchman named Louis Rougtrot, who is
supposed not to be in bis right mind,
aud is moreover ufiiicted with St.
Vitus dance. It appears from his papers, that his father died recently
leaving a considerable but very encumbered estato. Rougorot has so fnr refused to send the necessary authorization for the liquidation of . the estate.
Ho has one sister now living iu Belgium.
We are now in our new quarters
and have a fine assortment of all
the latest styles in Boots & Shoes
Neeland's Shoe Emporium.
Next door to old stand.
The   Hundredth   Will Recruit in Canada for  Certain Reasons.
Toronto, Nov. 9.���The following
is a speoial cable to the Evening Telegram, dated London, Nov. 9.���Your
correspondent learns from the war
office that there is nothing particularly
recent in the recruiting, order of the
100th regiment. Royal Canadians, in
Canada. Sir Ralph Henry Knox, permanent under secretary of state for
war, said today that the order to recruit the 100th in Canada was issued
some time ago, and for the reason tbat
a battalion of the regiment was stationed there. No new order has been
issued. He expressed the opinion that
the less said about such matters the
better. Months ago, Baid he, Lord
Landsdowne, secretary of sfate. for
war, contemplated the improvement of
the defects of all the colonies, but the
complications which have arisen in
Europe caused people to draw wrong
conclusions regarding the present preparations for defence..
Toronto, Nov. 9.���Penny postage
between the colonies and Britain Will
go into force on Christmas day; India
is to be included.
The surface grading on the 0. & W.
railroad between Rossland and Irail is
now finished nnd trackluymg has
commenced. The lnying of the steel
will not take long aud as soon as laid
all the inconvenience of transfer at
Tiail will be done away with and
the trip to the main line considerably
Ross Thompson of Rossland has located a townsite of 320 acres on Baker
oroek, at the point where it
empties into Christina lake, nbout two
nnd a half miles north of Lavalley's
ranch, and has applied for a crown
grant for the same.
ASWIG-FRITCH-By Rev. J. Robson, B. A., on Tuesday, November 8, nt the Methodist church,
Nelson", Mr. G. Aswig of Pilot
Bay to Miss Lena Fritcb of Spokane.
All accounts due to the Kootenay
Cigar oompany up to November 1. are
to be paid to Mr. F. J. Farley and all
accounts due by the company will be
paid by bim. 6*
? ?
! COUghS and |
I Colds::        !
are prevalent at this time X
ofthe  year.     It  you   are j,
troubled   with   either  we X
wish to  inform  you   that $
you will find a full line of *
the popular remedies at ?
Vanstone's Dn Store
the strength of the little ones we
have allthe materials. Our stock
of these goods, from Nursing; bottles, Nipples, etc. to Prepared Food
for Infants is large, well assorted
and contains everything approved
of by the medical fraternity.
Look at our line of Infa nt's
Combs, Brushes, Teething Puffs,
Powders, etc. You will be pleased
with their quality and price.
Canada Drag & Book Oo.
2). flfocBrtbur & Co.
At Reduced Prices for Cash to make Room for new goods
Bedroom Sets
Parlor Sets Wilton Rug
Carpets, Ingrain
$15.00 and up
30c per yd. and up.
Full line of Household and Office Furniture at a liberal discount.   Undertaking and Embalming a Specialty.
4   NO  WASTE   4
There is no waste of effort to keep
the fire g'oing-
There is no waste of fuel, nu waste of beat,
no waste of labor with a " Famous" Stove
or Range. You get the most heat with the
least fuel, because the "Famous" is scientifically constructed. You |get more service from a " Famous" because it is built of
the best materia! in the best way. Everyone gets the most satisfaction from the
"Famous" Stoves and Ranges because they
are perfect in every point. We have them
in all sizes and at all prices.
b^.k:ee street
CfTor. Hbtri & Smtott $t0.
Beteon... vJ8. C.
Finest Hotel in the Interior.
Steam Heat and Electric Light in every room.
Large Sample rooms for Commercial  Travellers.    Rates Reasonable
H. D. HUME, Manager.
Victoria Street - NELSON, B. C.
at the
Skating Rink
the beautiful drama
���' OUR B0Y5."
by the
Bittner ftbeatre Gompans
Prices:    50 cents, 75 cents  and $1.00.
Seats on Sale at W. F. Teetzel's.
No tiresome waits between acts.     Time  all  occupied   with
High-Class Comedy and Vaudeville Features.
The Wonderful Waragraph with  over  200  views.
Change of Play and Specialties   Nightly.
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4 First Class in every respect T
Do you want ft good Square meal for   X
25 CENTS?    I
DINNER i2 TO 8     I
��� Eastern Oysters x
X '    received daily ���
I    Cooked Any Style.
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i Y. HOSHI        -        Proprietor.
This popular hotel is being
thoioughly refitted and refurnished and will be open to
the public on Thursday, November S.
D. I TAYLOR Proprietor
Valuable Baker Street and other excellent property for sale.
Ollice Tiirilcr.Borcbh Klerk*, Nelien, B. IV
Inlernalional Navigation <�� Trading Gompaoy
Summer Card.
Effective Jane 20,1898
Subject to cliangc without notice.
South b'od.  *. 8. International.   North b'nd
Read down Road up
Train Lvs 1.00 p.m. Sandon 10.90 a.m. Train Ar
"  Ar 3.44  "     Kaslo    8 00   "     ��� "    Lv
Boat Lvs. 3.30 n.in. Kaslo    8.30 p.m. Boat Ar
"    4.30  " Ainsworth 7.30    	
"      "    SOO  " Pilot Bay IMS	
"      "630   "   Balfour   8.10	
������ Ar 6.40 "SMllePt. 5.25 " " "
" ��� " 7.15 " Nolson 4.45 '���' " Lv
Train" 10.05 p.m. N'thport 1.S5 "Train "
" . " U.20 * " Kossland 12.05 a.m. " "
" " 3.10 " Spokane 8.30 "
Sandon-Kaslo train daily. Boat and Spokane train daily exoept Sunday.
8. 8. Alberta.
Train Lvs 1.00 p.m. 8andon 10.50 a.m. Train Ar
'���   Ar  3.45   "    Kaslo    8.00   "        "   Lv
Boat Lvs 5.00 " Kaslo 1.00 " BoatAr
"     "    8.20 "Ainsworth 11.40 p.m.    "     '"
"j.   "    7.00   " Pilot Bay 11.00	
���'     "  10.00   " Kuskon'k 8.00   "        "      <*
"     "   12.00 m.GontRlverll.OO	
"    "   1.00 a.m.Boundary 5.00	
" Ar     8.00 " B'rs Ferry 2.00   "       "    Lv
Train Lv 11.10 " B'rs Kerry 1.15 " Train Ar
" Ar 2.45 p.m. Spokane 7.50 a.m. " \,y
Sandon-Kaslo train dally.   Boat leaves Kaslo
for above points Tuesdays and   Saturdays
Returning on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Sprclnl Kootenay lake Service.
Commencing 20 Juno, 1898.
On Monday, Thursday and Friday S. S
Alberta will leave Kaslo 5 p.m., for Ainsworth
Pilot Bay and Nelson.
Leaving Nelson 8 n.m., Tuesday, Friday and
Saturday for Pilot, Bay, Ainsworth and Kaslo,
calling at all way points.
(All times are subject tu change without notlo
Meals and berths not included.
Passengers on S. S. International from Ne
son, Spokano, etc., for points on   Kootenay
Lake south of Pilot Bay, will connoot at that
point with theS. 8. Alberta.
Passengers for Nelson via S. 8. Alberta, from
points south of Pilot Bay, oan, by arrangement
with purser, have Mop-over at Pilot Bay or
Ainsworth, or connect with S. S. International
at Kaslo.
The company's steamers connect Kootenay
Lake and Slocan points with all points in the
United States and Canada; by way of Spokane
and Kootenay River.
Tickets sold and baggage checked to all
points by pursers on steamers or at our otllce.
P. O. Box 122. Kaslo. B.C
First class and Tourist Sleepers
through from Pacific to Atlantic
and to St. Paul daily.
To Kossland and Main  Line points
8.40 p.m.-Leaves���NELSON���Arrlves-10.30 p,ra
Kootenay lake���Kaslo Koute.
. Stb. Kokanee
Excopt Sunday. Except Sunday
4   p.m.-Leavea*-NEL30N-Arrive8-ll   a.m
Kootenay Klver Boute.
.,      ,��� *  ��� ,8tk- Nelson.
Mon., Wed., Fri. Mon,, Wed., Fri.
7 a.m.-Leaves-NELSON-Arrives--(!.30  p.m.
Makes connection at Pilot Uay with Str. Kokanee in both directions.
Steamers on their r-Sspoctlvo routes call at
principal Landings In both directions and at
other points when signalled.
Trains to and (Irom Slocan lily, 8audon
and Blocan Lake Points.
(Sundays Excoptedl
9 a. m.-Lcaves-NELSON-Arrivos-2.20 p. m.
Ascertain Rates
and full information   by nddrossing nearest
local agent, or GEO. 8. BEER, City Ticket
Agent, Nolson,
JOHN HAMILTON, Agont, Nolson
Trav. Pass. Agent,      Dist. Pass. Agent,
Nelson Vancouver
It U the Most Modern In Equipment.
It Is the Heaviest Railed Line.
It has a Hock-Ballast Boadbed.
It Crosses No Sand Desserts.
It Is the only Une Bunnlng   Luxurious
Club Boom Cars.
It Is Noted for th* Courtesy or Its Employes
II to the Only Line Serving Meals  ou
��� la Carte Plan.
Attractive Tours during Season of
Navigation on Great Lakes via Duluth in
connection with Mognifioent Passenger
Steamers Northwest and Northland.
For maps, tickets and complete iufoimatlon
call on or address Agents, K. & S. Ry., C, & K
8. Nav. Co., N' fc F. 8. Ry., or
C. <t. DIXON, General Agent
Spokane, Was
f. I. WUTHFY, ��. P. �� T. A.,
U Paul, Mlaa. A
IN TIE som
Anti-Negro   Gathering   at
Wilmington. N. 0.
A Begro Editor Ordered to Leave the plave,
���nd the Mayor and Oity Official
Asked to Eesigo.
I-rWashington, Nov. !).��� A despatch
to the Star today from Wilmington,
N. 0., givos the details of a mass
meeting of BOC citizens of that oity
at the court house thore today, "to
assert the supremacy of the white
Ex-Representative Waddell presided
and read a series of resolutions reciting the determination of the white
citizens to forever rule the eity and
to commence the work immediately,
declaring that hereafter white labor
should be given preference over colored, and calling for the banishment of
Alex Manley, the negro newspaper
publisher, who printed an objectionable editorial recently. An amendment was offered calling on the mayor,
chief of police and board of aiderman
to vacate their, offices now instead of
waiting until their terms expire in
March. These resolutions were referred
to a committee and while awaiting
its report, several speeches were made,
one of the speakers, representative-
elect, Bellamy, urging tbe expulsion of
Manley in 82 hours, but counselling
moderation in other respects.
The commission reported its conclusions favoring expulsion of Mauley as proposed and urging the employment of white labor us far as possible,
the resolution reciting that the mayor
and chief of polico having demonstrated their incompetency, and their
continuance in ollice being a menace,
they should resign. The report was
unanimously adopted and a committee
of 25 was appointed to carry into effect
the resolutions adopted. It is understood that Mauley haB already left the
city. The mayor and chief of police
say they will not resign as the resolutions cnll for, but will serve out tlieir
is nothing new in this faot but Ihe
report never got into the newspapers
before. "Busy bodies, I hear," says
"Mainly about people," "even went
so far as to memorialize the Queon
upon the subject and received a snub
for their plans. The memorialists obviously acted in gross ignoranco of the
faet that the Queen is free from prejudice.
St. Jobn, N. B, Nov. 9.���General
Leach, of the Canadian defence committee, aooompanied by Col. J. C.
Dalton and Capt. W. H. White, R.
N., visited Fort Dufferin yesterday,
ns well as othor parts of the eity. JTlio
object of their visit, it is understood
is to prepare a rep-srt in reference to
state of the defences in St. John and
make suggestions as to what improvements should be made. Their visit
to the fort was made alone, and tho
party left for Ottawa agaiu iu the
Dallas, Texas, Nov. 9.���Yesterday
was a bloody election day in Toxas.
A. Hubbard, Stephen county, Ross
MoCarthy, Joseph Ramby and Jefferson Squires were killed and J. F. McCarthy and Riley SquireB piobably
mortally wounded in an election quarrel At Sheffield, in Trinity county,
J. W. Ashefield was killed and his
father probably fatally wounded by
persons whose names have not been
learned. Many more affrays occurred
in varions parts of the state the result
of eleotion differences.
Situate in the Sixican City Mining Division of West Kootenay District. Where
Locateo:���On Dayton Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Fletcher S Andrews.
Frco Minor's Certillcaio No, 4238a, acting as agent for Thomas Cook Gray, Free
Miner's Certiiicato No. 45253a and Henry McKay, Frco Miner's Certificate N'o. 11717a, intend, Bixtydays from thc dnto hereof, to apply to tho Mining Recorder for a Certiticate
of Improvements, for tho purposo of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above Claim.
And further take notice that action, under
t-ectlon 37, must be cnnimenct.d beforo t he issuance of such Certiiicato of Improvements.
Dated thia 25t li day of October. 1898       (Ml
Efforts   Being   -Made     to   Settle   the
Doukhobors in Amerioa.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 9.���Miss Jane
Adams, of Hull House, Chicago, bas
accepted a place on the committee appointed to bring members of the Russian sect of Doukhobors to tbis
country nnd to Canada to establish colonies. Her interest in the movement
which has monopolized the time and
energy of Count Tolstoi during the last
five years assumed a definite form
about eight mouths ago. It was when
the admirers of Tolstoi, the world
ovc, were planning to celebrate his
birthday and he asked them rather to
add their influence nnd contributions
to a movement iu behalf of the perse
outed seot in the far away land.
Since that timo.Miss Adams has been
raising money in this country for a
general fund. The Doukhobors
are a sect similar to (he quakers, opposed to war and fighting. Because of
their religious beliefs tliey have, it is
said, suffered persecutions, have been
forced into tlio army and compelled
to march continually until they died
from exposure. Aylmer Maude a disciple of Tolstoi, was engaged in the
business in Moscow and became interested in these people. Through his
influence aud euergy, added to that of
Tolstoi an attempt at colonization in
Canada was begun. Tho czar was
bombarded with petitions until he
finally consented to tlieir leaving the
country. In Canada each man is to be
given 1(10 acres of land and a shed to
livo in until houses can be built nud
provisions for a time at least. Maude
was iu Chicago recently and is now
in Khineback, N. Y., making preparations for a colony there. Luter ho
will return to England where he will
superintend the colonization of a portion of tlio refugeos outside of London.
According to the edict all of the soct
Who leave the couutry must get out
wiihin two years and it is to hasten
the exodus that the committee was appointed iu Philadelphia.
A Few Extracts From T. P. O'Connors, New Paper,
The Queen hns again taken n Btand
against divorce and divorced persons.
T. P. O'Connor in his new paper,
"Mainly about people," says: "The
Queen intimates that the pronouncement of the part of tliu prelates might
have been written in stronger terms
as 'she is totally averse to divorce under any circumstances whatsoever."
Her Majesty' is willing to admit that
in no institution are there more people
wronged than iu marriage, nevertheless, her belief is that uu infinitely
more Batisfaotory state would arise
were marriage made indissoluble
both by church andjstate. The'Queen
hus no objection to udicial separation,
her strong disapproval of divorce being due to the liberty which it imparts to tbo people, to marry agnin,
and to the re-marriage of divorced people, no matter whnt the grouudB of divorce, sho is "unalterably aud moat
strongly opposed." This is the first
official expression Her majesty --.has
given to her view ou the subject.
"Mainly About People," also says
there haB been excitement among certain of the Queen's subjects over the
fact that lawn tennis bus been played
by her majesty's grandchildren in the
grounds at Osborne ou Sunday.    There
Situatk in the Goat Rivkr Mining Divib
ion of West Kootenay Distuict.���
Where Locateo:���On Wiiite Grouse
TAKE NOTICE that I, Jos. Blancllard, Free
Minor's Certiiicato No. lo:'2!!A. noting as agent
for mv self and Geo. Nowol Froo Miner's ( erti-
floate No   2335a.   Joseph Polrter No. 21G-25A,
Intend sixty 9��yB from thedat-e hereof, to np*
illy to the Mining Reoordor for a Certiiicato pi
juprovemenis for llie purposo of oluniniriK a
Crown Grant, of the above Olalm.
And further tuko notice lhat action, under
suction37.muHtbe ooniino'ncod before the issuance of hueh Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 5th dav of November. 1808.
Manufacturers of
Hnl. jou Hot Spring* Water Aerated anil
Supplied to the Trade.
Twenty ycW experience in mining.
Thorough   knowledge of min��d  of  Itrilteh
Columbia.   Terms UeuKonable,
718 NELSON, B. C.
has takea-over the practice of
Dr. H. E. Hall and is prepared to do all kinds of Dental
Work   by latest methods.  .  .
nrokrn Hill Block linker  Kt.
Use a flrst class line in traveling boLweon
Minneapolis. St. Paul and Chicngo, and
tbs principal towns in Central Wisconsin
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair Cars
Service        .....
The Pining Cars arc oporated in the intercut t
Its patrons, the most elegant service ever
Inaugurated.   Meals are served a la Carle.
To obtain lirst class service your ticket should
rood via        ,        ���
Direct connections at Chicago and Milwnuko��
for all KaHtom pointh.
For full Information call on your nenrest tlcko'
agent, or write .
Jas. A. Clock.        or       Jas. C. Pond,
General Agent, Goneral Pus-". Agent
8-WHtark Street, Milwaukee. Wis
Portland. Ore.
4  BUY IT.   4
The Miner is on sale at the following news stores at five cents per
Gilbert Stanley Nelson
ThomHon Stationery Co        NelHon
Cnnada Drug 8c Book Co.
Hotel Hume News Stand
and   News   Agents  on  boats  and
rains out of Nelson.
The following are the prices of groceries, provisions,etc., us quoted by our
looal dealers. It is the intention of
The Miner to have these prices corrected every week by trustworthy dealers, so that residouts of the city and
others may he informed as to the cost
of living in tho city :
Ogihie'B Hungarian per 50 lb sack.. 1 75
I .uki* (if the \Voodn " .. 175
Snow Flako per 50 lb sack  1 ISO
Wheotpcr ton  321XK33500
IIrun perton  2n(XXf22��l
Ground feed por'on 26 IXX<-",18 oo
Com (whole)     "       2600OS80U
Corn (cracked)   "         27 0OW3O0O
Oats "         30 O0W32 00
Oatmeal por 10 tlm        40��    60
ltollcdonl4(l!&KI  05
Rolled oats |H Sc IC) sn, suck  10
Hay (baled) por Ion  19 00@20 00
Potatoes per 100 lbs    1 00(3 1 25
Beets por lb  2i
Cabbage per lb  24
Cauliflower per lb  24
Ouionsperlb  03
Cucumbers -  05
Salmon (smoked) per Hi      124@    15
Oysters lOlympian) per qt  80
Oysters (Eastern) per tin  GO
Cod peril,  08
Halibut por a.      121@    15
Smelts pur It,     12J@    15
Farm Produce.
Kggs per doz       25       35
Batter (Creamery)      25��   30
Hutter (l)ttiryl        20@    25
Cheese (Canadian!       13��  174
Cheese Swlssi       20(8    SO
Ham (American) per lb	
Ham (Canadian) p. r It  ..
Bacon (American; per lb	
Bacon (Canadian) per lb       14@
Hacon (rolled) per lb       12J@
Bacon (long clear) per lb	
Shoulders per lb	
Lard por lb	
Beef per lb         8@
Mutton per lb       lOttf
Yei'.l per lb       15<��
Perk por lb     12J@
Bananas per doz       40��
LemonB (California) per doz........      350$
OrangeB (California seedlings)       -lOtrt
Melons (each)        25(($
Crab apples por lb	
Tomatoes       08@
Grapes      12$
Pears (Bartlcttsl       08
Pears (-.mall green)       00
Plums (greengage)	
Plums       04
0:2(1 a.m.���Train leaves N. & F. S.
station for Rossland, Spo-
kune and wny points daily.
7:00 a.m.���S. S. Nelson leaves for Kuskonook mid Way points
Monday, Wednesday and
7:15 a.m.���S. S. International arrives
from Kaslo and way points
daily exoept Sunday.
8:00 a.m.- 8. S. Alheita leaves for
Kaslo and way points on
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday.
0:00 a.m.���Train leaves O. P. R. station for Sloean City, daily
except Sunday.
11:00 n.m.���S. S. Kokanee arrives from
Kaslo and wny points daily
except Sunday.
2:20 p.m.���Train arrives C. P. R. station, from Slocan City and
way points, daily, except
4:00 p.m.���S. S. Kokanee leaves for
Kaslo and way points,
daily, except Sunday.
4:4.r> p.m.���S. S. International leaves
for Kaslo and way points,
daily except Sunday.
5:35 p.m.���Train arrives N. & F. S.
station, from Spokane,
Rossland and way points,
0:30 p.m.���S. S. Nelson, arrives from
Kuskonook, and all way
points, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
0:40 p.in.��� Train loaves C. P. H. sta-
ti"n for Dobson, Rossland,
and all Main Line points,
0:00 p.m.���S. S. Alberta arrives from
Kaslo and way points, on
Monday, Thursday and
10:30 p.m.���Train arrives C. P. R. station, from all Main Line
points, Kossland and Rob-
Kon, daily
Steam tugs Kaslo, Angerona, Red
Star, Hercules, Surprise and others
ply on Kootenay lake to nnd from Nel
son, but have no regular times of arrival and depni'ture.
Transportation Companies aro requested to
give notico to tbe Miner of any alterations in
tbulinieof trrtval and departure from Nelson.
For One Cent a Word?
You can find a buyer for "Any
Old Thing" if you advertise.
lin-hllli-il lilvrrilscmriila. ���
AH iirtverlUenict.U in Lhlfl column are T
1 emit u word each insertion. No ad- ���
vonmbiiient tul^on fnr lesnthan
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Gilbert Parker
The Adventures of Francois.
Foundling, Thief uud .luggler.
Wier Mitchell
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The Scourge of God
John Blourdell Burton
Her Memory
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A  3 Roomed and n 4 Roomed  ���
House. *
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Loan Co.
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ance  money  at terms  to
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Tenders are invited for the purchase
of Lot 1. Block "I" with improvements, situate in the Town of Ymir,
Rented for $12 per month. Tenders
to be sent in ou or before November
10, 1898 to JOHN  DEAN,
Administrator of the Estate of Silas F.
Collensworth, Ymir, B. C
i^i Charles Newton Owen and Thomas Stevenson of tho eity of Kaslo in tho province of
Uritish Columbia, furnkure Denlera, have hy
d eed bearing date t he eigh I een i h day of October,
lffK^Balgnea ull their real and personal property
except aa therein mentioned lo Frederlfik E
Archer of the said eity of KuhIo, trader, in trust
for the purpose of payingand satisfying ratably
or proportionately and without preforenc�� or
priority, the creditors of thc said Charlea New-
tmtOwen and Thomas Stevenson or of cither
of [horn, iheir just dobts.
Tho said deed was executed by tho said
Charles Nowton Owen nnd Thorn is Stevenson.
lhe a-;signors,'imd th* said Frederick K Archer
the trustee, on tht 19th dav of October 1808, and
Wte said trnstio h&x uiuk-rtukm the trusts
created by the said doed.
Allpcr>nns hating claim* against th<* Mid
ChUne*> Newton Owen and Thomas Stevcn-on,
or either of I hem, must forward and deliver to
i he snid trustee ai Kaslo. B. O.full particulars
nf |h��'ir claim-f duly verilied together with particulars of security, if any, held by them,
on or before the Hthday nf November. 18U8, and
all persons indfbtod to thc said Charles Newton Owen and Thomas stovenson or either of
t hem are required to pay the amounts due by
(hem to tho said trustee forthwith. After tho
said 17th day uf November. 189i, the trust* o
will proceed tn distribute the assets of tho said
csral e among I ho parties entitlod thereto, having regard only to tho claims of which ho shall
then have had notico.
A meeting of tho creditors of the said
Charles Newton Owen and Thomas Stevenson
will be held at tho premises lately occupied by
tbem on Front street, Ka>.lo. ft. C. at 2.00
o'clock p. m. on Wednesday, the Oth day of
November, 1898. for thn giving of directions
with refcronceto the disposal of the estate.
Cameron Building,
A Avenue. Kaslo, B. C.
Solicitors for the Tiustee
Dat ed the 18th day of October, 1898,
The Paper of the People.
Everybody Reads It.
The Largest Circulation.
Best Advertising Medium.
of our Clothing Is generally sufficient to
make a lifo long customer.
Wo don't offer our goods below cott,
because we have no desire to lose
money. We sell at prlceB which are
sufficient to pay for good material and
good workmanship. The size and variety of our stock enables us to please a
customer both as to style nnd fit. In*
deed we aro particular on these points.
Wornther lose a sale than permit unsatisfactory garments to leave tke
These values ennnot bo surpabsed.
--J. A. GILKER--
6^   Groceries, Crockery and Glassware.   ~��
A Full Line of Fancv Toilet
Soaps of all standard brands
If you want a sweet-scented healthful soap at  a  reasonable
price you will make no mistake by buying it here.
W. F. TEETZEL & CO. Nelson, B. C,
All  Communications relating to British Columbia business
to be addressed to P. O. Drawer 505, Nelson, B.C.
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J. Roderick Rokertson,
General Manager
S. S. Fowler, E. M.,
Mining Engineer
Stewart's Heaters
A carload of Coal Heatersdirectfrom
the Factory   arrived  on Friday.
Lawrence Hardware Co'y.
I A Trial will convince
that the World's Leading
Beer loses none of its good
qualities by being bottled
in our own country.
THORPE & CO., Ltd.
The products of the Gold and Silver
mines,  the Diamond   Fields, the
Cut Glass Manufacturer and the
maker of Jewelery   has  been
drawn on to complete an
assortment of
Beautiful and Unique
Ornamental and useful, suitable (vr
any presentation purpose.
Wc oordlally invite an Inspection of
our Stock. The Watches, Clocke,
Jewelery, Silverware etc. are excellent
in quality and particularly handsome
in design.
Watch and Jewtlery Repairing; and En^avhur.


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