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Volume IX.   No. 4.
NEW DENVER, B.C., OCTOBER 24, IMl.
Price, $2.00 Year ADVakci
Strati N^s FToat
In and About the Slocan and NeighboringXamps
that are Talked About.
LOCAT,   CHIT-CHAT.
A, Carey has opened a butcher shop
in Silverton.
J. F. McNau&rht is bxiildinsr a residence in Silverton.
'.V. B. Livingstone will quit Kaslo
and go to Michigan.
The Royal Seal is made in Nelson and
smoked all over Kootenay.
Ward   Macdonald  has  returned   to
New Denver from Howe Sound,
The   consumption   of   dynamite   is
rapidly increasing in the Slocan.
The residences of Angus Mclnnes and
H. Byrnes are r.earing completion.
Have you met the Little King?   Any
hotel man will tell you all about it.
Wadds Bros., the photographers, did
a laud ollice business here this week.
 Eber C. Sinithlsdefending the only
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prisoner on trial for murder in Manilla.
The Little King is causing quite a
smoke around Nelson and other parts
Bets are now up in Kaslo that the
smelter will be hegun before January.
Kev 0. Arthur Mount will leave
shortly with his family on a prolonged
visit to England.
John Wereley is putting in shape a
X" -model hennery on Josephine streer,
opposite bis residence
Warm baths are again popular in the
Sloean. John Williams has an unlimited stock of them for sale.
Mrs Willis Conk leaves today for
liiKursoll, (hit., where she will spend
„ thi) winter with her relatives.
Mr I'alunder, who has been operat*
ill-foil Howe J>ound, is in tlie Slocan
looking up mining properties,
Alex Menzii-K, express messenger nn
tlm K.i-v S. for many years, has resigfiied
nnd gone ou a trip to < hiturin.
Thanksgiving Day is on Nov. 2H.
Tint advanced (Into is for the purpose of
allowing the turkeys to ripen
Hilly McAdmiiH lias returned to Sandon from bis trin ratd, rejuvenated hut
with blistered pedal extremities.
All the Silverton residence1" and luisi-
lies., houses have been connected, and
tlio waterworks system is in force.
iliihn Williams ban red popi/iora to
burn.    Kill v«uir cellar  wi'h  them  be-
on the head slightly fractured the skull
and there was danger of fatal complications setting in, hut under Dr. Brouse's
treatment he has gradually recovered
from the shock.
Rev. Elliott S. Rowe, the eloquent
Christian socialist speaker of Victoria,
delivered a lecture on "Men or Money"
in Clever's Flail Tuesday evening tn a
large and very appreciative audience.
Mr. Rowe is one of the foremost writers
and speakers in Canada on the social
problem, and his address was logical,
convincing and refreshingly liberal, and
was greatly enjoyed.
The brass band is, holding regular
practice nights and is making the cool
evenings brisk with harmony. Mr.
Spurgeon. the famous London preacher,
was once asked whether a man could
be a Christian and belong; to a brass
band. He replied, "Yes, I think he,
TTiigirtruTOTit'lvonid' oe~Tr^reTy,'Tiiiiicnir
niattei for his next door neighbor to be
a Christian." 0
Being forced to leave Xew Denver ro
(ill engagements'elsewhcre, and having
been unable to accommodate the huge
number nf applicants for sitting's in the.
advertised time, Wadds Bros , the
photographers, will reopen their tent
on Saturday, the "2'>th inst , ami will
hold forth until Tuesday, the 'jflth.
Friends desiring lirst-class photos will
remember the dates and make their
appointments early.
Cashier Gibbs is behind the wicket in
the Bank of Montreal, aftcra two week's
absense, He has been laid up with a
badly bruised leg, which he received by
Meppiug into one nf the numerous holes
in the Sixtli**.treel sidewalk. Perhaps
if we could prepare an exhibit large
enough nf peeled shins, sprained ankles
and bruised legs, tin-government might
be induced to spend a hundred or two
iu sidewalk repairs Holes are plentiful: who will contribute to the in,irtyred
ll*;*' ..lllll.pv***
business
ill not
bear public investigation. J.T. Robinson had no little difficulty in persuading the directors of the Agricultural
Association of the value of printer's ink
and the results to be expected of a bold
expenditure. Last year's agricultural
exhibition sho.ced a surplus of $208, but
this year, with the largest expenditure
on record, not only has the exhibition
been the.most successful ever held, but
it. has produced the largest surplus,
which is in the neighborhood of §850 or
more.        	
SLOGAN   OKK   SHIPMENTS.
The total amount of ore shipped from
the Slocan and Slocan City mining
divisions for the year 1900 was, approximately, 35,000 tons Since January 1
to Oct. 19, 1901, the shipments have
been as follows:
l'avne	
Lust Chance	
Slocnn Star	
Ruth	
Hosun	
He-vctt	
Ainei-k'iin Hoy...
IvillOlOl!	
Tri'ilf Dollar....
SllllSlpt   C.lKCkKOll
Sovi'ivif-'ii	
Woiiilern.il.,	
Arliiitrlon —,,,..
Two Frioiuti*..''...
Knt'M-prlse	
Hai-tiiov	
niai'lc Prince....
fJnodi'iiuusrli	
ia sin).
VW>);
.   -lu
, l'i".
.    it i
.   85
Ml
40
210
Total
ni3
n7!i
-.'805
■i'l'.i
3S0
ismi
1172
10!i7
lliu
4211
117
S4
31*18
40
480
140
3-T'
■J 13
■^inra^rwKTTTTT.**	
itiii'ii...:	
subset 'Ohii. Gol'l Kliilil--
Silvir Kins;	
Wiil.* Five	
Ki'il Kux	
Antoliii*	
QtH'i'ii Hi""**	
Monitor .,	
Ci'dmli         ■
U1.11 llipiitk'i'	
KV.ml ti-r	
*-'iir ■riw	
Kl.-!" (i Willi	
Clui'.il.-iiii	
SN's-lll:lli)l-	
A'j.U	
Soil.	
Kniily Kdltli	
I'll..-nl*;	
\l|ilm	
V.X- M	
Marl. .11	
Huliy     	
I'Nnifral.la	
Hamilton	
<V«1'"I'.*.	
Koiinli«•ri.Inl>■	
'I'piiiiin'ai'."     	
Miii-\ iHirliinn   	
Tola! (mis.
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The torce on
redllcetl,
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!     The llo-ltli sent   nil
1 of ore this week.
There is another riiuior of llie Galena
niiiiPH startiiiK up.
Phoenix camp is *kuowii all over the
country as a place where the best of
wages are paid, and paid jjludly '».v the
mini* owners, who are anion*; the must
lihi-i.-il aie! pi'i_ii'^-*ivi' iu tlit* pj'oxiiic.'
Tin- iniuer i* **ati>iii'i| with his lot, draws
Iii- p,i>1 ii'.p'.'.uly ami live* here happily. Die :n:ii'i|-iiy nf then) believe ill
IVMiiln.e has been j |*''«i'"iii/.iii. ."ai** institiiti. ns, nnd do
j mi     lint we re, iv! in -ay that there are
1  another carload I 'l!,i!" " m""Wr wh ;,k" i! ''' '")i"' "'
I Mild    iiii'ln'V     mil     I'l    tn'AII     loi'    Illilil.V
I tiling*. « bii-li i-niilil in-! a*-  well be  ee*
j I'ltie.l here —I'tncnix Pioneer.
!
completely boxed in, with the exception
of the boom and the dipper. The
shovel is supplied with a vertical boiler
54x104 inches with fi4 two-inch tubes
ami having 2-w square feet of heating
surface. The, water tank is 42x92x00
inches in siv.e. The hoist is fitted with
8xlu cylinders, which is the equivalent,
of -lO-horae power. The boom, which is
made of iron, is 2-_ feet long by 22
inches in width. The, dipper will be
specially arranged with four large, steel
teeth and has a capacity of 1| cubic
yards It is figured that the ore to be
handled by the shovel will run about
12 yards to the ton. The Knob Hill
tunnel will run across the vein, and the
ore will be dumped directly into the
cars by the steam shovel It has been
decided to extend' the spur 400 feet
further than originally intended by the
railway people. The shovel will cost
between $7,000 and $8,000.
BOUNDARY    MINKS
The Grand Forks News says the force
of men who were at work sinking on
the main shaft of the Granby company's property in Phoenix last Saturday broke thiough and connected with
the force that was making an upraise
to meet them. Tliis connection much
facilitates the work of that part of the
properties, this shaft being now 335 feet
TiFepran'n'eOTrnTecting~wi t hi hsrSMttnvtnr
Old Ironsides and Knob Hill under-
ground workings. The larger hoist,
which has been in use in the winze in
the \nob Hill, will be installed at this
level, and the shaft sunk to connect
with the lower workings ofthe Victoria,
100 feet deeper.
At the British Columbia Copper company's Mother Lode mine, near Greenwood, a single hlast recently brought
down more than 2'Wii tons of ore. This
was in N'o 1 (jiiarry, and was the result
of (iring four deep holes. Two more
stopes were lately opened at the 200
foot level of the mine, and at the lloO*
foot level the new plan of working-
pillar and stope—has been fairly started,
so that several slopes will shortly be
open here loo. The north drift at the
■''Hi-foot level is being extended, exploring the ore bodies ut that depth,
and a distance of lno feet from the iiwviii
shaft has now been reached
(iOI.I),    I'lM'I'KIt    AVI)     I'l'.TIHU.I I M.
l^m^^fu^m^^^^mi^m^mo^i
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Great Devetopnnent
w other Camps  Show a Marked Increase in  the
k£ Number of Properties Working. §Z
IN   THK   LAUDKAl".
The last shipment of the season has
been made from the Triune and the
property closed down.
Messrs. Girard, Magee and Holland
have sold the Idaho group on Pool
creek to eastern capitalists.
The men employed on the Metropolitan and Sunset properties have been
paid off and work suspended for the
winter.
Messrs. Young and Abererombie are
now down about 15 feet on the Dominion, one of this summer's locations, two
miles from Trout Lake, and are getting
some very nice gray and yellow copper
ore and galena from the bottom of the
workings.
Tenders are being called for the driving of a 150-foot tunnel on the Maggie
May, on Tenderfoot creek.   This prop-
director of the Duquesne Mining Co.,
on the Blue Jay placer claim on Smith
creek. The company has now made a
considerable payment on this property,
which is the best evidence of their faith
in its future and their intentions to get
down, to mining business.
NOTES    PKOM    MIDWAY.
C. L. Thotnet has bonded the Elk-'
horn clainiu in Providence camp, toG.
A Guess, who is supposed to be acting
for a syndicate of local capitalists. The
amount of the bond is $15,000, the payment extending over a period of 18
months.
\V. E. McBoyle has leaned the hotel at
Bull creek from Gorman West. This
well known hotel is situated about midway between Westbridge and Beaver-
dell, and affords a convenient stopping
place for travelers tn and from the, West
MIM-UtAI,   l-'I.O.IT.
till
ei*ty~iaO]tjiitst iTe;"~*n*ei 1 - iaT0"-rt-ii~.JonTT—1~
and h&s exposed on it a very fine showing of silver-lead ore.
Thos. Taylor, M. P. P., and Win
Pool this week obtained a bond, covering a period of 12 month!-, on the Kathleen group of four claims, owned by J.
Ii. Yerschoyle et al., on Trout ereek,
making a cash payment of ?1.,000. It is
the intention of the bonders to work a
force of four men all wintei and thoroughly open up the property. Work on
a trail from the Lucky Boy to tlie showing on the Kathleen will be commenced
without delay.
Mr, Webber, of Winona, has taken
over ihe bond on the Black Warrior
and intends to work the property vigorously luring the coming winter Twenty
pack loads of supplies went up on Wednesday last and it is expected that early
next week a gang of twelve men will
resume the work temporarily suspended
about ten days ago -—Trout Lake Topic
The Lardeau Valley Mines, limited,
opiTJililii; on Tenderfoot creek, below
The rccenl purchase of u larjje area j the fool ol Trout lake, expects In in
nf placer •'lonnd <ni Perry creek by , iTease its force oi men at om-e. Seven
Wisconsin capitalists revives the inter! „„,„ \mv<. |„v)1 «;iii|>lt*y«*tl ami the cup*
est now homo taken in placer and j ..riutemieiit, .Limes Uinlieiii.nl, i*. ar-
i-ii'irtz mining in that vicinity. | nuking for no additional crew to w..rk
!
(din the snow lingers on the gret-n.
Improvements are being initde m tbei -*-•- ■*»"'** ■■■• w'ii**-'»«
C P. It. depot otlii-e that will make thej    The Silver Glance, at Bear  Lak
quarters    inure   coinhirtuble   uu*   the i makim. a ulupmeiil ol dry oie.
whiter.
I'he Red Hock, ....  the  Blue   Uidge.t      MUil'sviux iM-imroitATKIi.
The I hompsoiioiitiit aienohly lighting
a.aiiisi adu'ise ciicuinstaiices in their
eudcavoi1 lo r'acli bedtock in the deep
channel on Perry creek. A shaft lias
been -milk 7s feet thmii^h graved, and
a <liill is now being run mi liedrock.
tbe John I.
11 I! N. Wilkie. P I,. S., returned to;
FergiiMiii frnin Twin Palls, at the font;
in iio- lake, on Tuesday evening 1I«» |
re-pmt-ihiuys rather brisk down the»i*:-
Men ,'ire biisv (dashing and eleariii_- tin"
un Alki creek, Kola it  lie war has a j townsite, ami preparing for the crei-timi ]
Iteci nt  d
j     Ariicle- of incorporation for the newj
I iiiwii-iteel Mimsville have been Hied'very   large copper mine     Ue.-eiit  ilc, ()f ,.„■**„■,■ buiidingn.   The grader-* ar.
jai spokaii-.    I he stock is divided inloj velo|Hiielits indicate that  in the near1, working this -*i.|e <>f   leiideiloot  en-ek.
A trial shipuient of live tons was sent j :t.*.iMi (-hales at a par value of «1  |»er j f«H»rf chin will lien  prodmin-.    «ine | thr,M. and a half miles from the lake
Win  Melloiigall Is- building another j out this week fnnn the Mary  Durham |-t,.*if*. ai"! *!.«• primipal  jaiti*-  inter-' Tuiiiu»|h thai imve been run to npt-n the
T7rrK~coiimry       ~~; **'—"—
Gorman West has sold his eighth interest, in the Rambler mine, situated on
Wallace mountain, near Beaverdell, to
.1. J Caullield, of Greenwood, for $3,C00.
Considerable, ore has been taken out of
the property, which will be hauled to
Midway the, coming winter,
The work being done on the Ruby
mineral claim, in Smith's camp, near
Boiititlarv Palls, is showing up a nice
body of ''upper ore. In one place the
ore is about four feet in thickness, mul
is mure solid than any that had previously been exposed iu (juantity on the
claim.
A mini named Duncan McCallum, a
miner, who iias been employed in this
neighborhood more than a year, met
with 11 strange accident at RobHon on
Monday, He fell off the railroad plat-
I'tinn on his head. When assisted to
rise he seemed unhurt, but apparently
ilid not know where lie came from or
where he was going,
Harry l-'Hioit, of Spokane, i*. ciigafj'-d
in tioiiig assessment work on iln* llotit
('uiiiliix claim and has some goml show
ing*.    The   Don't Cumliix   is   lotated
j three  miles   north  of   Chesaw   ami   in
; owned by Spokane |n*n|ilo.    The   pio|i-
■ em* was located this  spring und thii"" is
the lirst work dune ou it,   A   shaft  has
been 'link nil llie   ledge,   which   is now
down about Infect      The lodge  is   foltr
feet wide, ami from aii appearance- it*
1 I . 1   ill ll        The    .V, ■ .!,,( I
Iml Byrnes and Fred Wiiliamsni. aieje'tetl are Mi*-is   I uiuer. Ilogan, Hull! property   show  that the ledge has H
wiirkiimthe Willard claiin,  I'otir Mile,} and AiniMioitg.    p is the inte-Mimi id ■v*,i**1 "■' -•"• '•''"*•
underlease,                                                 the   luiiipani    m fill  lot* outright to The recent diiuoveries of Urge iron
Sine clnims   upon  the Lavinn lead,; -"'"I '"•''* "! -1'" -mi-lti-r and o'lii'is, and ore  deposit** in thin ilistiu-t  murk* a
near Argenta.'have been sold to llo-mii!i Un' "'" i'u,'l ' '"vestment. ..» «*-|| ne-M mi|«.ilant er« tu the hist.,rv m the
capita'.i*ts lor f i*.,0.«i.
1'raiik Rizdeii has boude«i  bis gi.i.l
yacht to couti"*t for the Kaslo cup next
summer. Here is a chance for l.iptnii
to win n race.
1II111 Bowes cftliliot keep slill He is
tKllind lo keep iiuproviiig his hotel In
Silverton. His latest addition tu it in n
hoi air furnace
,1. K* Clark lias returiiiil from hW{ t.|,,j„1)4 „,.,„* Kitcliem-r forth',*"'"*'  They'
S|«'kane tri|i,    Hi* ca»i* ugann-l  .1.  F. j -tt,.^ staked »ix weeks ago.
t..
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help    out
the    (Aot*Uer»   in    the
ililji.l'O.      will     ell'il    .1
C'olloni wilt  come'  iu-fiin* the court   at
Ilonmliiii'l in J>e(ernber \
II. II   Triienmn will U* 01 New Deliver
Another cnaload of it* i*» lncing *lnp
peel   Ihi*
mt   Steele  tiiinuig  dimnct.    Bit   the:
,*10'ili'/.      1 l,e    1 ,1111)1.1.1.     Will    eli'.l   .1    ,-i-ci'ti!     ilifcovcn    .'(lid    llM.'llioli   i,'i'   iio
iiiimlrtT'f cttages that caii  be  r«*>iit*p<l' n***"i»»«*   de|insii,   of   crude   p->ti*i|einii:
mnrkd p*is»iliilities of Die  una   lultiie
ilial (lie OeyoiKl llie coiit-i'Minii    t  (li*'
i.i,.*.I 1 ..|i»ii V^ti Ve (biliki'l   ~ I m    s .fit'
i'lo-ne. I*:.
s.'.'.-r
will. tv«»i!K thi: moi.i.ii: ill <oiii>.
week fnnn thel n|ielhi.   Tin"
Hid  t-
„   .  '• pioperlv is  iniproviiii   gi'eailv
on Saturday and r*pmaiii iwodays    tliiit'  .
will be Ids latt visit l«o  lin* ****as--iii,  «<•
e   hlygest   lioii,in/.a   ill   New   (louver
camp. 1
.•Mi'-erinlcudi-iU   Snutli  ol   (to*   \aii*
nvrr, Irolir .Mile, arrivcil u. MiwtWm
M«*--fi*». CieVt'i . silterlali and AviMMi.
iiWln-1 i* of tin- \|nil(«- llll.'lif*. h.'Veioit
Cillded    In    ifMinii*    opera!(i'l.-    »ll   Ihe
HAmiMII's   liOMf|:\ lit tn-.
lecmtviiuihe imbii'Ml t,r„bh'u.n * «*i„.Njt!lir(||() ,,,„, „ „„. wv„k h,....,^,
l\\M "Wlwi-.i*' Xnr Wn- Ml,'' l,im  nhm- SiS* , ,, ,
,"" , » III  MlfVeVtllg   llie   |i(ii|H'll».     »l   i-   im
vuit'ii. chiiH h, nultiv evening.
('. If. Simi«»piiAii<i* »->M   his -n«4.   «.■.■
t'llickcllK (o .Itihll W'eleley Ami HtUniVe
iiit»*iiltoii iii put  a   iiiinilter o)   im-n   n>
fiif ••      V1.    1 i',-   •■■<•,
\,')(. ! »^,pl,'. ..mtit, ;
flu* (,-r.-? i"CH   (hi-    « i
»i'l|.*l.*.|.10ll   «l|,.{.  t-  !•
tl ni-k ta"i wot 1, will
The Ii,*oa Ma-It is* gr.-nlually i-i'**'i! in;
iilhli'in-e I-* tlii* milch aliiim>il i-,ioii<.
1 .„,.* .,,,,t'*'tvs Un- .siaiiiiard: a i-atnfi tliat bus
,.*(l. i.^i i-l on ! *"''*" •** now-' iii)«ireil lu tin* niiieason*
ind *» hmi the *-'dcne**s of its rlatm liold***--- n» it ha* b>
dini**.*. met (In* *»««*«-k«*ts' Hie. liave .1U1,■* egg- !•» In
ibi'iol ra  i Hv !'"  °"""r |d»«v».     W»*   ar<*   nitoiux-*!,
I be weather lor llie  past   week   has ;
been iiiusl   favoralile   |i>r   c.uriing nui
mining operations in a  camp like tin*,
where so many  iirnperlies an* located1
above timber line.     I'litiki-  oilier  -.-a
s"ii*i|ilite a inimbet   of  pi<.pi-ttie> will 1
be worked all wiiilei, or  ii|,  in the ( nd
nl the -ic.ir at *iny rate'.    Minein u i'l i.,.i j
need to leave fin* imnp tin**  fall to -eek ;
Weirk l-lsew ln*re        I lie propel lies » liiOi ,
a' pre*ellt nrt- Inrci'i) (.1   |.-ir!     (lii'PI*    ..ri-
out oil horses while the   mii-u'   ,- nil Me
1 to«;ng down (1.1 the H'uier. bm tin-old
1.'liable'are making ready lor the law-
leldtli^'   H.'i'.«oti. *... tb,,t   llo-lt-    |»   I, ,    )i,.|.
1 ..veil  pllff. .,*,.    «.<-.,(..    I,.    ....    ,.,.,-   I-
'Vio* ootfo.il.   (hi    a   lir-i*   until»*i*   i<>    *',,■
X Hidi'.-ui wa* tievi-r Ic'tcr       Ihe I'.
I.N    THK   HI".    II * lt% •*-.   MM Vllt*i.
Charles McKay ban returned to Se|.
■eon alter an abn-uri- nf n-veral luonthtt
'pent in the St, Marys district iu tlu<
development ol the I'aller grmi|i td
1 hunts situated  ou   While l"i-h  * leek,
about  IH mil*"* weft ol   * In*   toMli'lte   ot'
Mary-villi*-. All f"l*l there loi» Seen
ab .lit * I _."*■" "petit lip In ilate In the
..j •■ii'iig up "f lur gi.aip <d eipiini-. '«l,i|
Mr   Mi 'Kay *.«>** the i laiins have »hnwa
ti.inilM'U ••*.   1,   .t.li    »(.'••   e-t t.e.'fi'HMi-
f'li'-l H.»/iii 1 atiii- it, thit. vu-i'k irn'fi
hi* prot«<|lli- **li the upper S». Mai >•'«
!-. lake* iii bi« Hitilei »t||.|.)i.*». v'tu the*
<   Mllhreii k     11*1,ibl lie    W ill    go   1.1||
a.'iini abniit sial.tli'da-i , lal.lo^ hi-(•"*'L
.-- fai* .I- 'iJai v 'Viiie bv  train,  then  bv
;i,.-   M.llel,
U|» hi?
iiintli, ovk*   On-  ttAt «hj»|'v-i?r lit**
,\i tin- True* Hide. (iei<r Kclo, tin
Xfl ■
illel    »t
e   ,iM |ii-r-i 1*1
ii*. tlii
'»' lr«
t\ii
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Mountain t'iuel.     He l.-ave*  with  hi-
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g   A..4 THE LEDGE, NEW DENVER, B. C, OCTOBER 24 1901.
■Ninth Year
no intrinsic evil, no positive sin,
where there is no community to lie
harmed hy your acfe.—Mrs, E.
Lynn Linton.
Freedom of conscience, unless it
means freedom of the individual
conscience, means nothing, for
there is no such thing as a collective or corporate conscience.—Sentinel of Liberty.
All extremes cure themselves,for
>vhen matters get pushed to a point
where the balance- of things is in
danger of being disturbed,a reformer appears and utters his stentorian
protest.—Elbert Hubbard.
By placing to Satan's account all
the evil in the world, the priests
exculpate the deity of nothing. The
invention of the devil does notrem-
TheI kixikI* (wo dollars n year in udvanee When not, so paid it is f-i.M to parties worthy ol credit. Lecnl mlvm-tisinulticeiKs a
nonparii.il line'first insertion, ami :'i cent.-, a line eueli snl'soiiuent insertion. RemlhiK. notices -ir, cents a line, antt eomnioreial itrtvertisiro;
jjruaeil in pricesHccortliiiis'to'clrcumstHiicijs. i     1     -i       -.*«•     *■■ ,i ,
PBIiLOW-PHeGUlMS*   TilK bKPOKIs located at New Kenvor. 11. C. ami can he traced to many parts of the earth,   it comes to the front   (*<l"y  UH! (lllllCUlly;  Oil Mil" contrary,
«i*«rv T'hnrsilHV Kiul has never lieen raided hy the slicrilT. snowslideil hy cheap silver, or subdued hy the fear of man.      It winks for tlm trail   .      . . . .
blif/eras well lis ^ 'r  ,,il»s ♦" ■'■' '-" tbe riKht side of everytlihiKiiiid l,elievi)s dial hell | it.    OUt   eilUlllgleS   tllC  priests 11101*0
-Vimildlie admiiiisterc'l to llie wicked ill liirpe iloses.   It has stooti  the te.*,t  ol  time, ami nn ever-ini'reasiiiK payst real-  i- proof that It is :        , ...   ..      .
h«?ter tl U.11Oie truth uveii if the heavens do oecasionally hit our siliokestack.    A chute of .ioh ivOi-U is worked occasionally for the l.emilit ! illHl 11101*0. —I) Holbach
ofhnmiinitvu'ii.i the liiiancier.   Come, in and sec us. hut do not pat the hull itnR on the cranium, or chase the black cow from our water |
barrel-   one is *.avai:e and the other a victim ol thirst.   One of the noblest works of creation is the mam who always pays the printer; lie iN       ^ ou   {*an t   isolate   V
ftire of ii hunk in paradise, with (hornless roses for a pillt.iv by ni«ht. and nothliiplmt. pildtolook ut-liy illy*. _ j _
drive me by the very, definiteness
of their assurance into an indefinite
agony of doubt.—James Martineau.
. The French Revolution has excommunicated the church from the
power of working miracles; she has
not beeu idle, with   the assistance
of all her saints, to work one miracle since the  Revolution  began;
and as she never stood in greater j
need than now, Ave  may,   without j
the aid of divination, conclude that!
all her former miracles were tricks!
and lies.—Paine. i
In Russia oil holds absolute sway ;
And from Baku to Nisbni Novgorod j
petroleum linds favor on railways and I
steamships alike For 'JOuO miles along"!
the Vol-J'a boats ply from north to south I
propelled by means of oil, of which 8,*
000,000 tons ie used in Russia alone.       I
The
home
of the
Oyster
IN  NELSON
IS AT
THE-fH
PALfl
\V. G. BROWNE
R. T. LOWERY, Editor ami 1-liiuncier.
The Ledge.
A pencil cross in this square
Indicates tlmt your subscription is due. nnd that the editor
wishes once lurnin to look at
your collateral.
THURSDAY", OCTOBKH 24, 1901.
KltOM THK KMTOK'S Ut'PKK STOI'K.
There are no snakes in   Cuba,
except in the whiskey.
This province is in  need  of a
Home for the incurable poor.
Without   health   talent
expect to climb   to   the
nest" of fame.
are not lined with wild-eat stock,
and he will get back 'onie without
any shark's bites. It is true thai
he was touched for a few titles in
ourself and
say that tlie evil in you shall not
spread.    Men's lives are as  thor-
souls, but could not t*et any, Thoui      ,,   ,,     ,   ,    .,,       ,"     ,,
.    A b        . ! ought v blended with each other as
she burst into an  eloquent appea
! the air we breathe.    Evil  spreads
for money to assist the Army, which! ■ •■ ,. ,-*.
-* J i as necessarily  as disease.    Iwerv
was rotten   financially  in  Alaska. I *    ,  • \v   ...      ,,        , *
! *■ .1 sin brings siiliennjjf to  others  be-
-(•■ioorgc
Montreal., but they do not, count. jShe whispered nothing about Booth j ^^ those whocoimnit il;
even at a bank, and are only good . having a million over in England
cannot
'crow's
Indian summer in all its paint
and feathers now dwelleth amid the
hills of the Slocan.
About this time next week Czol-
gosz will have ceased to worry
about cold weather.
It is said that. Billy Mclnnis will
not   accept  a portfolio in  Duns-
lnuir's cabinet.    Try Bob Green.
, The law in reference to coal
lands in this province gives speculators (J(.) chances and the country
one.
The Duke of York visited Buffalo
in cog. Me visited Three Forks
by proxy, and New Denver in his
mind.
A woman Hhould never be compelled to live with or support a
liar, thief, drunkard or sexual reprobate.
White Horse, in the Yukon, is
to be incorporated. A town with
such a iiaine ought to have a
mayor. 	
Yale-Cariboo requires more members of parliament. It is about
time the tail quit wagging the dog
in this province.
Chauncey Dcpew in <>" anil is to
•wed a girl of '2'.\, She must have
Wen listening to the ttciuttor't-i
after-dinner speeches.
Quite, a number of people in Canada have not heard aliout the Duke
ol York being in the country. The
paper* should have told alxmt it.
Thin is tin? projH'r timo of the
year to report rich strikes, It
helps the Hpring boom. Kieh placer
diggings that will rival Williams
ereek have I-ecu struck on Horwfly
river,
Only three criminal   ran** were
tried at the recent assize*  in   Nel*
kiii.    This sjieaks well for the vigilance of the police, the dullness of I
tie- timo*.  or the moral  tone of|
general society,
When the mines along Ten Mile
nnd Sf.riiiecr creek* tfet «leo|»eiinuirli
they are liable n» mp laiyc hodieu
■uf oro that for size nnd rSehnes*-
ivSII rivrtl the ('nm^wh nm\ «■■*-
tonish the world.
for bait, to catch  tuft hunters or
American girls of money.
Andrew Carnegie has„given 1550
pipe organs to churches in Scotland.
As Andy is so generous he might
W induced to push a sidewalk towards 2\ew Denver. This is one
of the Lucerne's holey institutions.
Man's inhumanity to the printer
makes many an editor blue, the air
with vigorous expletives. If all
delinquent subscribers were dead
morality would increase, and Paradise come down to the journalistic
earth.
Bulgarian bandits must have a
high appreciation of the value of
missionaries judging from the ransom they ask for Miss Stone.    If
i!Oinp_.of_tih-RSP—missinnaiMftH—Avniild,
stay at home and mind their own
business their friends and others
would be relieved of much trouble.
The day seems to have gone past
in the Slocan when investors will
pay money down for the privilege
of testing country rock. Prospectors must now have something in
sight before they can interest, capital. It takes more than a row of
stakes and dreams to make a bank
account these days.
Two years ago a couple of Sisters
called on us soliciting aid for the
St. Mary's Hospital at New Westminster and claiming that all were
treated alike in that institution,
irrespective of their faith. We
donated a copy of this paper, and
have sent it every week since then.
It fiime back the other day marked
--Refused." Perhaps its articles
interfered with the prayers of tlio
hospital, or it no longer needs
charity.
In Paris some people hate the
English. A paper in that city
called the Butter Plate was recently
suppressed hy the aiithoriticH because it contained it cartoon showing Mrs. Kruger in heaven and
Queen Victoria in hell. Such pub*
lieations are of very little good, as
nothing can bo accomplished by
lying or guessing at alTairn. If the
truth was known probably the two
old Indies are ehattitig together on
hiiiio other planet, utterly uiieoie
■•cioiis of tho fa«*l thai they once
had their hearts torn by the blood*
t-b*'d of tlu** -■■ulh.
A coal milling disaster recently
occurred at Extension, H. (',, by
which several miner.'* lost their
liven.    Ton families were suihlcnlv
and the crowd anted in all directions. Gamblers cashed white
chips and loaded the girl with so
much money that she could scarcely
walk, which proves that men who
lead reckless lives are easily touched
for their dough when the game has
a poke bonnet and a smiling face
behind it.
The jobbers of Nelson are using
their best efforts to obtain freight
rates that will place that city upon
an equal basis with the East and
Coast. Certain large retail dealers
in groceries and provisions are attempting to thwart this claiming
that jobbers in their lines do not
stick to a strictly wholesale trajle.
To satisfy a selfish desire -thj»se
dealers would crucify the entire
.Biholesa.l'Lto
jure the city as a distributing point.
It is sometimes difficult to tell tjhe
difference between what is retail |or
wholesale, but if the jobbers lof
Nelson will sell only to retail
dealers or mines with stores they
should be assisted in every way to
get lower freight rates.
A French-Canadian has been
keeping camp all 'summer in the
lumber woods on the Upper St.
John river. His duties ended, he
recently came out to civilization
and landed at Felix Herbert's hostelry at Edmunston. 'Mine host
Felix made him comfortable and
after attending to the inner man
was asked by the newcomer for the
news.
"What the news, Felix V"
"No news whatever," replied
the joyial lionifaeo, and then remembering that his guest had lieen
absent many months, added as an
afterthought, ''Suppose you know
the queen, he dead.'*
The newcomer replied somewhat
disgustedly that this was old news.
as it happened last winter.to which
mine host aeceded.
Who got his job,  I'olix/"  ron-
liniiod the newcomer.
"Why, Edward, his son got the
job." replied Felix.
Tho gtioid was silent for a moment puzzling out the matter.
Suddenly a light broke over his
countenance mul he concluded.
"Kacre bleu, Felix, that fellow
Edward, she must havo had groat
pull with Ijiuiier, "   St. .lohu. N.
II     Tel(*|jl"'t|i!i
ruiMit.r--   nun out-*.
hot.
E. FERGUSON & CO.
NELSON, B. C.
WHOLESALE L8QUGRS AND CIGARS
W1C   HAVK   KX ROUTE
ONK OAK G. &'W. WHISKIES .*,x. TORONTO
ONE OAII IMPOKTEO LIQUORS ,.x. LIVERPOOL
ONE CAR DOG'S HEAD ALE AND STOUT ex. LONDON, ENG
ONE OAR "HANIKU-" BEER ex. SEATTLE.
,,,.Jn!31i.V',1<fi!ll,i-'''' Hlvrm"iS ll-'(",,'m'"„tlR' favorite Hew in the Ouisi Cities.    It hn,s inut in sui'vessfin
t'onipetitiuii tliu fmitoiis Milwaukee liners.
It is an old remark that, as men
are,such they paint their gods; and
as in themselves the passionate or
demoniac nature long preponderated, so the gods thev worshipped I ..P"1' sPe.cial Canadian Rye is the most palatable whiskey in the market.
, \*,    .,   '   ", *    ,  ! -'Ve have it in bulk and is cases, 5's and C's.     We are agents for the Brims*
were demons like themselves, 3eal- j wick-Balke-Collender Co. Billiard and Pool Tables andlipplies of all SL
ous, capricious, exacting,  revenge-j    Write us lor prices and terms.
ful—the figures which 1111  the old j ■  --^X-   — ————■===•
mythologies and  appear  partly in
the Old Testament.—Froude.
It was superstition that caused
human victims to.be immolated; it
was necessity that caused them to
be eaten. "Which is the greater
crime—to assemble piously together
to plunge a knife into the heart of
a girl adorned with fillets, or to eat
a worthless man who has been
killed in our own defense?—Voltaire,
Those who tell me too much
about (iod; who speak as if they
knew his motive and his plan" in
everything; who are never at a loss
to name the reason of every structure and show the tender mercy of
every event; who praise the cleverness of the eternal economy and
patronize it as a master-piece of
forensic ingenuity: who carry themselves through the solemn glades of
providence with the springing steps
and jaunty air of a familiar, do but
Winter Goods
\ liave recently
phicecl in stock
a fine lint.1 ofthe
latest winter
suiting,   J«r»
lllllt. iiitiiie   a t.iilnr-llliiili'
-lilt liml ulll lit mul w.nr.
Why not order NOW?
F. F. LIEBSCHER, $»?%Z
When you want
a Baby Carriage
get quotations from—
J* Q. BUNYAN & CO., NEBLSC0N*
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
NO. 4 K.-W. C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.
~*
i'i>1!1-VSI»1iVi0irTI;v,<.1 «'".'* ^'I'lifi* -Mines wanted nt the KXCII ,VNGK.
* RKh AUU-IM. OOI.D i)i'.i|ieitle, wnnleii at one,' lor Kaatern Investor.*!.
I nrllesliHviti|'iiiliiliii;|ii-o|iert,v lur snip are ivi|iu>t.(! to wml snni'iles of their ore to
tlie rcxclmii-j-i* for exhibition.
• II »iuii|ilt's slx.ult! lie sent by Kx|ii*c«*i. prepaid.   ('ori'eK|iiimleiiee xollutdtd.
LAililnssiilI I'olliiiiuiileallonslii— AN IIKKW   V.   HOSKNltKUOKlt,
Telephone No. HU.   1'. O, Hex Tit... NeUon, II. C.
The NcwmarketHotcI,
NEW DENVER,   B. C.
Hub one ot the most beautifiil locations in America, and the public are
assured of pleasant accommodations.
HENRY 8TBUE,    ~" " •       ~Y     T~~~.
Proprietor.
Fancy China
•wmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmm-
Is TICK SI'ITIW.TV Nn\V     '
Cups and Saucers
25c to $1.00
Tea Sets mmm S.3 lo SIS
V,im"i ,il il ,lai-illiilii.ii In lli.il Ip. .inillnl ,„,«•
.I."Ifn
DUTCH  BULB5'"' *-'"i i'l*"-..*.* >	
mm.^^mmmmmm^mm^ ii ■» in *ii>'k, at ■
NelSOn'S Drug & Book Store
,Nrw Mi'iiwr, II. I',
SMOKE
KEUOWKA
CIGARS
UNION MADE
Job Printing
That assays hijrli in  jirtisfic, merit, quickly
done at New Denver's printing eniporinm--*-
Ad dress
THE LEDGE
HOTEL
New Denver, B.C.
SUames
A.JACOHSON. Pfoprltlor
Hem ii'ciiIh in the city— Pointoruihie roonin—Itar replete with the h**-*-t of
I.inHiors and Citrain—*Hcst -service throitifhont.
It if* jtict io* imjMissible to cure
tM-ligioitM ills by civil law mh it, is to
reini'dv (HiHtical illn  bv iiHHHMHiiin-
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m   _m. W :j_^
tin all the world, ami the *ame
kind of temptation ha« tiewr l»eeii
ftArnjof-l   out.    Something  -hould
Im> done in the matter.
tviunu^v  i" Icov tmui^j,  ii'titiuiii   v, aii|
j circulars a"kiiijj for aid to iiHui^t j
jthe***!'uiifortiinate p4*oph*.    \** thi*j     Hit* bitvr pail of « him* idhuhJ	
|a provincial or national i-alitinity?j,lf'" 'M mk''n "l»*«»<»rinf? the follie*,| J^y
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IBaek of Moiiair eaL
'ihtinmh tlie  ICJUpUlllo/l   ol   J.lCt.'il'c the people "1 J'.Mi'iiMiiii oj* jjlt. ■ J>«vjhVovv>.   f*uu   «rt.,-«'   .>|f.nn»iif, Vir
iiniirly day» .U.tn pot tl»'eyl««lijowner*-of t.W mines in which tin- *ia,J «»ntnwi«l in the   former.—
men lost their IIv-pi* n<it rich enough ^w*"'
to   ii^i.-.t   ten  f.duilii)*  inMead of     The liook*. of every  theological
apjMaling to the whole c-ouittry? xyatein narrate mtM of the gronwnt
Sa4 a- the ea.-e may U- n in one lor cruelty, which my, without he*it*-
locfll Jim! not j'euem) ehm-ity. \t'vm, tl~erihet] to   the  direct   inter
|*-*ilion of t.od.—Buckle.
ihe   Duke ot    Vork   ivsw   well
piArd<*<l in ffttuwla.    Hol»r won'    Women, even Salvation   Amiy
im Iearne«l he waxm>rg*»hM»riok-eil,; lN«*»ie?*, havew charm  for men on
heat at the -"hell gain*
..-_»ui*>t   tmo-e fam.    Ill*   pxieket*. I»*i*i«* !*tnick theeam|i in **e»reh of ml] ir.   huiimuity
or *teere<|' the frontier,    At   White  Horn* aUhe welM»eii)g of ?wi»ty, or. let nut
All i* iimi or j^«kmI a*» it affect*
ety.
There mn Ite
K*tHhll>liril  IH1T.
Capital (all paid nji) $12,U.Xl,ao.tiO
tV*-.y_,4 '"*\.Ka   't:iAYt'\'k - * t ,'j'Jji|'J^ l»1»,K>
Undivided proHts ;   t   MOiOM.OI
HKAI)   lirriCK,   MONTIlKAI..
Rt. Hon. l/fonSrn.miooxA a.ul Mount Rov.\i, (j.CM.O. Prcnidcnt,
IfoN. (;. A. Drummond, Vice President,
K. S. Clouhtox, fSeneml Munnger,
ih'AiKhtvA u\ aU v».vvu U C-Anmdii, Newloumllatiil, tlieai Hritiiiit, mid
the United State-.
New Denver branch
LR B. DE VEBEIt, Manager
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Ninth Year.
THE LEDttE, .NEW DENVER, B.C., OCTOBER 24. 1901.
V
HER   SAD   PAHT.
He sat ill honor's seat,,
And rapturous ladies gassed int«i his eyes. /(
She stood without, beneath the wintry skies,
In snow and sleet.
He spoke of Faith's decay;
The ladies sighed because he spoke so true.
She hid her face in hands frost-numbed and blue,
But dared not pray.
In church, In court, and street,
Men bowed and ladies smiled where'er he went.
She stole through life hy shame and hunger bent,
With bleeding feet.
Upon his wedding day
She stood.with burning eyes that fain would weep.
And heard the dancers' tread, the music's sweep,
Sound far away
The bride so pure and true
He took unto himself in haughty mood,
And all the paltry world applauding stood,
Though well It knew.
The while In frost and snow
Half-clad she. stood upon whose maiden breast
He pledged liis faith, lor love's: suprcmest test,
In joy anil woe.
— Anon.
KOK   COI'NTKY   MKItCHAMTS.
A contributor to a recent issue
of the Advertising World (Cohan
bus, 0.) gives a large number of:
what he considers good schemes for
the advertising of country merchants. Printers' Ink extracts a
few and gives them for what they
may be worth:
If you have any telegraph poles
or other posts in front of your
store, box them up and use them
for sign boards.
Put a search light on top of your
building and search for people's
attention at night.
Put up a large white sheet on the
building across the streot,and from
one of your upstairs windows, at
night, past your ads upon it by the
use of a magic lantern, interspersing with attractive pictures.
Hang neat banners from your
store ceilings.
Put up an electric sign, having
lettering made of incandescent
electric light globes.
Raise an American flag in your
window and let an electric motor
make it flutter to the breeze.
Stretch a canvas sign clean across
the street.
~—"Have-tin-fiag'signs-made-and-use
on the four corners of your street
self, had returned to her, and at
sundown they sighted them a
quarter of a mile ahead mounting
a long snow slope. The doe was
walking slowly with hanging head
and ears. The buck was running
about as if in trouble that he did
not understand, and coming back
to caress the doe and wonder why
she walked so slowly. In another
half mile the hunters came up with
them. She was down in the snow.
When he saw them coming, the
great stag shook the oak-tree on
his brow and circled about in doubt, j
then fled from a foe he was powerless to resist.
As the men came near, the doe
made a convulsive effort torise,but
could not. Duff drew his knife.
It never before occurred to Yan
why he and each of them carried a
long knife. The poor doe turned
on her foes her great lustrous eyes;
they were brimming with tears,but
she made no moan. Yan turned
his back on the scene, and covered
his face with his hands, but Duff
went forward with the knife and
did some dreadful, unspeakable
thing, Yan scarcely., knew what,
and when Duff called him,he slowly
turned,and the big stag's mate was
lying quiet in the snow, and the
only living thing that they saw as
they quit the scene was the great
round form bearing aloft the oak-
tree ou its brow as it haunted the
nearer hills.—Ernest Seton Thompson, in Scribuer's.
A    DIKFEHENCE   IN    i'KOPliK.
An old man was leading a thin
old horse "across the commons in
the northern part of the city, when
a passer-by asked him where he was
going.
"I'm searching for a bit of green
for the poor beast,"  he answered.
"I'd send him to the bone-yard
or the glue factory," said the other
contemptuously.
"Would you?" asked the man
he would see the brother. The
brother said at once that he would
be glad to give up selling rum if his
impartiality are among the highest
duties of the inquirer, and that he
who shrinks from such a research
brother (the gentleman first referred lis at least morally bound to abstain
to) would consent. The clergyman
then thought he had accomplished
his mission, and went back to the
first brother, telling him how
happy he was at the result, but the
only reply he got was, "I think,
elder, you had bettor stick to
preaehin' the gospel, and let this
temperance business alone."
Religion is man's earliest and
also indirect form of self-knowledge.
Man first of all sees his nature as
if out of himself before he finds it
from condemning the opinions of
his neighbor.—Lecky.
"Hel-l-o !" yelled old man Ding-
ley as Miss Luce Bloomer went
down! the opposite side of the street
on ht}r bicycle.
"Well, what is it?" she asked,
as slfe gracefully stepped off her
machine at his side.
,""\yliy, y' see, I was in the army
—in!the cavalry, y' know—air
when I see them bloomers 1 thought
I'd jiell you about our cavalry
in himself. His own nature is j pants; y' see they had two thick-
first contemplated by him as that i messes of cloth in the se "
of another being. What was form- "Sir!" screamed Miss'Bloomer,
erly contemplated and worshipped j "Yaas," went on old man Ding-
as God is now perceived to be some- j iey}" "they wuz what y' call re-
thing human.    What was at first | enforced in the se "
religion  becomes at a later period |     <<You are an  old  brute!"   she
idolatry; man is seen to have.adored \ sai(] as she mounted  he
his own nature.—Keuerbaeh.
machine
cars.
Put your enamel sign on the back
part of the steps of street cars.
Advertise in city directory.
Advertise in hotel and restaurant
menus.
^ Advertise in hotel registers.
f (Jet several hard-shell turtles,
paint their shells white, then in
black letters print the words, "We
are in the swim here." Put them
in a small tank in your window.
Paint the word ' -snakes" on the
side of a barrel, put a screen on the
top, put your ad on the bottom,
and set the barrel out in front.
White "fan-tail" pigeons are
pretty and very attractive for a
show window. Draw white tape
from bottom to top of window, to
give a cage effect from the outside.
Have au excursion and picnic
for the poor people in summer, and
lecture or concert in winter.
When a show come to town have
a parade of your own to follow.
tlive a hand concert now and
then.
In hot weather give away  fans.
In cold weather clothe the poor.
Buy all the stray eats in town,
place tags on them containing your
ad and turn them loose.
IN    Till"   NAMK   OK    "H-OIIT.
Within half a mile they found
blood on the trail; within another
half mile the blood was no more
""■M'oii, and the track seemed to have
grown very large and strong. The
snow was drifting and the marks
in a trembling voice, ' 'if he had
been the best friend you had in the
world and helped you to earn food
for your family for nearly twenty-
five years? If the children that's
gone and the children that's livin'
had played with their arms around
his neck and their heads on him
for a pillow, when they had no
other? Sir, he's carried us to mill
and to nieetin', an' please God he
shall die like a Christian, an' I'll
bury him with these old hands.
Nobody'll ever abuse old Rill,for if
I go afore him there are those who
will look after him."
"1 beg your pardon," said the
man who had accosted him, "there's
a difference in people."
"Yes," said the old man, as he
passed on with his four-footed
friend.
I'KKAGIIINIi   TUB   (lOSPKI..
This is the history of governments: one man does something
which is to bind another. A man,
who cannot, be acquainted with me,
taxes me; looking from afar at me,
ordaius that a part of my labor
shall go to this "or that whimsical
end, not as I, but as he happens to
fancy. Behold the consequence!
Of all debts, men are least willing
to pay the taxes. What a satire is
this on government! Everywhere
they think they get their money's i
worth, except for these.—Emerson, j
Year after year we lind each new j
attempt to stifle the expression of j
opinion received with an increased \
indignation, the sympathy of the
people immediately enlisted on  behalf of the oppressed teacher, and
the work  which  is tlie object of
condemnation   elevated   in  public
esteem often to a degree that is far
greater   than   it deserves.     Year
after year the conviction   becomes
more  general   that a provisional
;-Bhi'regation'^l^h'e—opini'onK—Df~thB''
past and a resolute and unflinching
Taste the
winter drinks
at the Nelson Hotel
Bar.     Hot Scotch,*!
Oyster     Cocktails/
Roman Punch,("lam
Nectar, anil many
more.
Reisterer & Vaughan
Nelson.
and wheeled away.
"Wa-al, that's where the wear
comes on a saddle. She's too
durned partie'ler." And the old
man went back into the house.
"What is your favorite dish?"
inquired Mrs. Frontpew of Rev.
Longface. the new pastor. She
felt sure it was chicken, but it
proved not. "Er—the contribution
plate," answered Mr. Longface,
absently.
The development (if tlie phosphate
fields of Tennessee will be cons -.lidated
under one jjreat company
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
SITN'RISK   MiiH-r.il   Claim.
Situnte in the Slccim Minim; Division of West
Koott'iiay   District.     Where located:    Adjoining tlie Hoi'C mineral claim, near Sandon.
TAKE NOTICE That I.Georjre Alexander, free
I    miner's certilieate Xo. Riiioi.O, us jt^ent for
the Ruth Mines, Limited, free miner's certificate
Xo.  BaOSnli. intend, sixty   days from the date
hereof,  to amily  to  the Miiiiii*,* Recorder for
a Certilieate of Imiirovements, fur the purpose of
Olitaininj,' a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action under sec. S7
must be commenced before ihe issuance of such
Certilieate of Improvements.
Dated this 17th dav of October 1001.
OEORiiE ALEXANDER.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT;
SI I.VKK LEAF .Mineral Claim.
•uei.TAS   NO.   a   Mineral   Claim.
Situate in the .Slocan Minim; Division uf West
Kootenav District Where located: On
Tributary creek, near Sandon, on divide.
'IUKE .VOi'lOK That Wilson & Scnklcr.ia-tiiii*
1 as ascent for the Adams British Columbia
Minini; Company, free miner's cerlillcate No.
IBSSS. intend, sixt tlavs from (lie date hereof, to
apply to the Miiiim-' iJecorder lor a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purixise of olitahiinir a
Clown Grunt of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, meter
Section .47, must he commenced before (he issuance of such Onitieate of Improvement-'.
Dated this 17th dav of October. A. D. I'.Kll.
KM MA ami KOItSON Miiienil (jlnliiiH.
Situate in the Arrow Lake .Mining  Division ol
West Kootenay District.    Where located: -
un Pliif.'Htnu creek, about s miles from  i|s
mouth.
'PAKE NOTICE That I, F. 0. Green, ac'lin*-' us
1    a^fnl fur the Daphne Minim* and Development ('"inpaiiy. Limited Liability, free miner's
ctii'titii-nte No "Biasia. intend, sixty davs from
the date hereof,  to apply lo the'.MiuW'   Recorder for a Certiticale ol Improvemenis, for the
purpose iifobtiiiniiiK a Crown Grant of each of
the above claims.
And fun her take notice that netiuu, under see
r.iuii .'17. luusl be commenced before the issuance
oi'.such Oniiicalc of Improvemenis.
Dated ibis tf'itli dav of September, liitll.
F.'C. CRKEN. Nelson. B. 0.
I.OKNA  1KION   rii.VCTKIX  Mineral Claim
Situate in the Slocan •Miuiiii'Division of West
Kootenav District, Where located: On North
fork of fii'Kht Mile Creek.
TAKE NOTICE, That I. Albert E. Ashcroft,
1 Provincial Land Survevor, as agent for Ernest C. Britton.F. M C. No". tiWMiii, and Joshua
Fletcher, F. M. C. No. BlolOt, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining-
Recorder for a certificate of improvements for
the purpose of ohl'tuning a crown grant of the
above claim.
And further take notice that action iiiuiei'.'seo
tion .17must be commenced before (he issuance
of such certificate of improvements.
Dated this 12th ditv/.f August. A. D liml.
ALBERT i*:. ASHCROFT, P. L.S.
ltKNBOW, TIUCMFH, TOM  BOWLING,
151(1   KANAWHA,  SEATON   FRACTION,  TKlliMPH   FRACTION'
ami   IIESIlHid  FRACTION
Mineral   Claims.
Situate in the Slocan Min inn Division of West
Koolenity   District.        Where     located:
, Near the Elj,'in mineral claim, south of Sandon.
'PAKK NOTICE That I, \V. S. Drewry. acting
1 as uiroiit for Nellie Hickey. F. M. C. No, 3S0--M,
and Win. C. Yawkey, F. M. C. \o.37fi31, intend,
sixty days from tlm dale hereof to apply to the
Minini* Recorder for certilicates of improvements for the pur)use of obt.ilniiiK a Crown
•frnut of each of tbe above claims.
And further take notice that action under section :I7 must he '■ommeiicvd before the Issuance
of such certiticates of improvements.
Dated this inth dav of September, A. I)., l'.dll.
W. S. DREWRV.
HANDY
iuul    HAItDSKItACI'KM.
.Mineral Claims.
'PAKE NOTICE That
I    Guii'aii, free miner'.
NOTICE.
LIQUOR LICENCE ACT lino.
SLOCAN LICENCE DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN That Albert
Haller has made application under the provisions of the Liquor Licence Act lOiXl for permission to transfer his licence for the K. & S.
Hotel,McGuijran, to Allan McDonnell, and that
a meet Ini; of the Board of Licence Commission-
jerioftMBIo^
consider such application at the Court House,
New !lenv»r. on Friday, the lst <lny of November, 1901, a: the hour o'f 11 o'clock'In the forenoon.' JOHN T. HLACK,
Chief Liceni'i! Inspector.
New Denver, B. C,October 17th,lllni.
NOTICE.
of West
I'd:   On
Situate iu the *-Uoenn Minin*; Division
Kootenay District. Where local
Four Mile Creek.
TAKE NOTICf/I'li-itl. M. R. \V. Uathbornc.
1 ■' Free Miners'Certiiieate No. Hin'MH. for myself and asii'-'ent for Frank Culver, free Miners'
Certificate No. ll ,'iWfcti. intend, fi'.i days froni the
date hereof, to apply to the Minine,1 Recorder for
a certilieate of improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a crown  itrant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action under Sec.
37 must be commenced before the Issuance of such
certificate of improvements.
Dated this loth day of October, A.M. l'.'.l.
Situate in the Slucitn MiuhiK Divl*:lou ul'Wcs t
Kootenay District. Where located: About
two miles up Carpenter Creek from Three
Forks ..ii the south side ot civek.
1. tieorge Marr, ol Mc-
■ certilieate No. B fi-ilSU,
intend, sixty days from the due henvf, to
apply to the. Mininj; Recorder for Ceriilicatcsof
Improvement, lor the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of each of the above claims.
And further take notice tha. action, under section 37,must be, commenced,before the issuance
of such Certiticates of Improvements.
Dated this lOlh day of St ptcmher, A. D. WOl
MINNIE HA-HA,    EVFNING,   .JENNIE,
VIOLKT mul VIOLET FRACTION
Mineral Claims.
Situate in ihe Slocan Minini; Division of
West Kootenay District. Where located:
On Tributarv Creek, iu the Slocan Minin g
Division of West Kootenay. B. C.
'i\\KE  NOTICE  That 1,   E. M. Sandihinds,
NOTICE.
TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS.
To CHAS   ANDERSON,  GEO. FAIRBAIRX,
d.   A.   McKIXNON,   J.   T.   RICHARDS
PHILIP ROWE, or to whom thev may have
transferred tlieir interests in the White Horse
No. 4  mineral  claim, situated on  Galena
Farm flat,   near  Silverton.  in  the Slocan
Minin- Division, of West Kootenay District,
\rilL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that I have
1    exi>euded *W2M in labor and Improvements
on account of your interests in the White Horse
No.  4   mineral  claim.    The  above-mentioned
■JHW.SO Is your proportion of the expense necessary In order to hold the said claim under the
provisions of the Mineral   Act, and if within
ninety days from the date of this notice you fail
or refuse to contribute the above-mentioned sum.
T
I Cft. No liftiS!:!, uctliit'-.-iKa-j-cutfor I*. Burns,
Cft. No. B fitift-!., and D. D. Mann,Cft. No. AS'i54,
intend HO day s from llie date.hereof lo apply to the
Minim; Recorder for Certilicates of Improvements for the purpose of obtainlm? Crown grants
ol each of the above claims.
And further take notice that action under section J17 must lie commenced before the issuance of
such certilicates of improvements.
Dated (his until day of Aiiuust. A.D.. lilil.
E. M. SAND1LANDS.
.    .,  ,  im-
vcrtlsiiiff. your interests In the said claim will
become the property of the undersigned under
Section! of tne "Mineral Act Amendment Act
woo."
.Dated at  Silverton,  B, 0.   this litl, day of
October, liml.
CHARLES K. HOPE. •
A,
, I**"'"-
TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.
To the leiral personal reprcsentatlvos of .1
SMITH, deceased, nr to any pei'soii or
sons to whom thc said J. A. Smith may have
transferred his interest In the Mercury Mineral Claim, situated on Payne Mountain three
milet south of Three Forks, In thc Sloean
Minini; Division of West Kooti'nay, British
Columbia.
pVOU, and each of you, nre hereby untitled that
1 we have expended two Iitimliuil and live
dollars iu labor nnd Improvements upon the
above mentioned mineral chilm In order to hold
thc said claim under the provlslunmif the Mineral
Act, and If. within ninety davs from the ilnleof
(his notice, yon fall or refuse tu contribute vour
portion of nil such expenditures, loifotlicr Willi
all costs of iidvei'tishnr, your intertwt In the said
claim will heroine the property of tlm uihscriberH
under Section 4 of un Act entltlcil "An Act to
amend the Mineral Act l'.u'l."
Dated at New Denver   B.C,   thin .ith day nf
October, la H. 1IERHI-.RT T. TWIOG,
ROBT CUNNING,
A. DAVID,
NOTICE.
A clorgynian in southern Mnssa*-
chusotts had in his parish a very
sharp, monuy-iiuvkiiig' old ueiitK--
nian.who attended church regularly
Sundays, but sold in his grocery
store a good deal of ruin week-days.
The clergyman called upon him
one day and asked him to stop selling rum. He replied that he should
lu* glad to stop, hut the fact was
that his brother, who was in partnership with him, was determined
to sell rum, and while he didn't
wish ihe clergyman to say anything
about it either to his brother or
anybody els«, yet it was absolutely
impossible, on iiccoiint of hifj
brother's determination, to give up!
selling   it.     Notwithstanding   the!
If you have
a watch
That n-.tpiiroH uttciitit|ii
si'iid  it to tlio  Wnt-jli
Exports nf Ni'lsttii.
Aililress—
Brown Bros.,
The Jeweler-*, Nelson,
..f
IIIIV
nn id
I TO DiaiNOAKNT CO OWNER.
1 Tn    th*'    li'iftil    pcriotHil   repi'ifi'iitntlvc
'        ,1.     A.    SMITH,     deceased,    nr    to
I      peis.iii    or   persons   to   whom   iln*
I      '.I.    A.    Sniiih    mav    luivi'    transfer
hi' Iiiicit-M in the silver Bill Mineral oinhn
-iumtcd.hi Payne .Moiuttiiiii.Siidlt "si-mlmf
Tlii'ec I'oi'l.s, In ihe Slocan  Minin-.' hivi'ion
'       ol West Ki.iteimy, llritlnh ('•iliunbi-i
Ytil and each nl ymi. are Inieby untitled
(hut we have txj.onilo.l two hundred in'il
| ti-ed'i'liUT ill Inlxtl Mini llil|i|-.iVt:lililil- iijioii thi
1 ii1 nvc iiic!i'l"lud in'ttcnil claim ninVr tin* pr
j vl■1.111* of the Mineral Act. and ll.tvitliln',«ii|ii>»
; fr..iii the thill' of this notice, you full "i' ii'limc'tn
' contribute your imrtlon ut all -nidi expenditure
! Iiiu'etliel wilh all ensls.if iii|vi|||.|ii|;, \ntir Inter
i ,'H III I li*« "aid claim will U'coine tho p(*ip*rtv o
i (he siil.*t-rlbers under Section  I nl'an Ait'cn
tliM-.-.-. Avt (■■ At... ,„|-I,- Mli,.r„l A- tl".."
Dilnlilt N'ltW Denver, II  (' . till. Villi  -luv  nf
i»i|..b.r. I'pdl HKItllKIM'T TWK.'u,
RtillT (VXXIXU.
A. U.W'Ill,
NOTICE.
JtKTUKN   Mineral Chum.
.Situate in the Slocan Minini; Division of West
KiK>:enay District.     Where located:   West
ofthe Sapphire, on Pavne Mountain.
-,*" N-OTjC       .....
agent
'IUHE NOTICE Thai I, Herbert T. TwlBK. -.
1 agent ior the Payne Consolidated Mining
Coiniany, Limited, Kree Miner's Certificate No.
BallSia. intend, sixty duys from the date hereof
to apply to the Minini; Recorder for a Certificate
MJJllIiI^yMMuig,_tt.lUhp^j»UMiosii-jtlLijbt-liiliig.
a Crown Brant bt tY» above claim.
And further take notice that action, under section S7, must Ik> commenced before the issuance
of such Certilieate of Improvement!**.
Dated this Mh day of September, A. D. I'M.
HERBERT T. TWIGG.
TKAMI' PI.ANKT KltACTIONAI.
Mineral Claim.
TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.
To WILLIAM MURRAY" BuTSFOHD, or to
any person or ix-rsous to whom ho may have
transferred his interest lu the Joker Fraction
Mineral Claim, situate on Cody Mountain
in the Slocan Minim; Division of West
Kootenay District.
VOU are hereby uotllied that I
I    s-.'1'.'i in  labor and material
have expended
.  i on the Joker
Kritotiou Mineral Claini aforesaid. Thc above-
mentioned sum was the necessary amount n>-
i|uired to be expended on tbe said mineral claim
In order to hold same under the provisions of the
Mineral Act, for the two yeiti-8 ciulini; the tilth
day if October, im...
And il within im days from this not lee you fnil..r
refuse to cuiitrlliut*' your proportion ol such ex
pcntlltme, together with all costs of advert Uiin:.
your Interest iu the said claim will becnine the
pro'ici'iyof the iindcisiirncd under Sccilun 4"!
"the Mtncril Act Ami'udiuciit Act. ltiwi."
Dati'tlnt Vancouver, this Krd day nl (icti'liir.
I'm). J. MacQUILLAN
NOnCE.
\'t>l".
THE MINERS'
EXCHANGE,
NOTICE.
Three Porks
B. C.
not ennily read, y.-i Van knew very j--iuition,the good clergyman thought
Komi that the track  they  were on' ~
whh not that of the  wounded doe.
but wan Hiirely that of her autlered
unite.    lt»U'k ou the trail they  ran
♦ M* -Mir.,* .-ntvivl llie »lnl«lit   for there
tlii-j Vimiei-l il-iit-i \\\>" *t.\«f, nftf-v
makiug bin own etncA\te. ha-d come
back to ctuuigi-* <»&. Thi.** h mi old,
old trick of the hunted, whereby
Seeds, Trees,
Plants
Provide* ii('('(iiiiiii(Mlnti(iti lor
the triivclllii!! |itlbllc ...
I'leiihitu I'diiiH, ami good
IiiciiIh. The Inn' \h stocked
with wIiich, li(|Uom mid
clgiM-**, HOT mid COl.U
1UTIIH.
HUGH M\ EN, Proprietor,
AHWU'W.Tn-W,
IMPLEMENTS,
KKUIT IJASKETS,
FKRTIM5.ER&
:P.S.BARTLETT<11
17-letv. I*. Nickel in    U)
Mllvi-rolil I'iimi, •"•III prepaid
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• .Sell.I i,.i ■ pil..li'1-ii. nl .iilnr ll'.ilth„iii ,V,it.'lc»
AMKI.ICAN WATCH AdfSl'V.
lu.*J.i. tt«
I 1.90
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I'llll.ie llnWK.ni iiMvb'.nilli.v nn* lutv
It .ii«lcl'lii| Iln ir liili'ii"*l> Iii Ihi. filarl,  l|.|.,'
ii.Iih nil eli. I in. tltirili'il "li (|n|i|i,i "•'■■I'm ll ■'.
ii.ir fillvi'itim. in th.' Slni-aii Mliilni'  hh>
I ,,i, nl IV.*>I *\n..|eiiiiy Ift-trli*l.
vui aim; tn".m;iiY Nt.'iii im. n,.,t 11,  .
I    , viiendi-il "1'iJ ,'<i|ii lab.i mul Iihi.ii.m ,,.■ i.!*
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T<i DKI-IXyi'liXT Cn-iiWSKU
WILLIAM   Mt'HltAY   IttiTsrtiHIt,  ot b.
wh'.iii he limy Imve ti-itnsleri-ed his IntcrcM
in ilieCn.lv Kriiclinii Miiieial I'lalui. *lliiab'
■ ii l'..il\ Moliiilpii.i lu (lie Sluciti) Mining
(JlvWnii of ll'i'.t Iio.i. nay Dl-lllcl,
in'li'i'.-byni.tlllrd that  I  h.ive ...vp, i.ded
.'ii.'. lu labor iuul   uiaterlitl* on   the ( oily
Krat'tloii .Mineral I'liilin afi.rct.itd     The almvi-
ineiitioiied miiii »un ihe iii'ct**-.'irv  aiuouiit  re
tpiir>'tl to b, e.\peiit|eii nil llie unlit lllilier.lt I'lallll
III nrill'l' I" Imlll "aille lllnlel'   the   prnvMnll-l nf the
Mineral An Inr th>- tun mmi-i enilim; tin* ;ltl tliiv
*.( Atltiu*!, i:*".
Anil If m-itliiti '*"d.i.v* fell! thi* unlit i y.,n f..||
nl l'1'fll-e t" nilllillllle Mltir plnpiilllnll "if •mil
,'\|ll llllillll' . IiL'I* Il'l' Willi .ill I'llsll nl ,'lliVl'l'll--
llll.'.V"lll Intel. »l III Hie Mill il.lllll will lieenllle
the pl'np.llv nl llie  iiiipIi l-lu'lieil   illldiT Serllnu I
Siuiiite ill tile SI iciiii Minini; Division of'.".'est
Konitttitv Ui.itrict. Where located: On
I'ayne lloiintain,
TAKE XOTICE That 1, Arthur s. Kartvell,
Free Miuer'H Certilieate Xo H.VUM.Intend,GO
days from the date hereof, in apply to the Mining*
Itecirder for a Certitlcate nf linprnvements, for
the purnose of nblainliii; a Cmwn (irant otlhe
above claim.
And further bike notice that action, under
section 117, mimt be eoi.iliieiiced before the issuance of such certificate of Improvement*!.
Dated thi.-ililh day of Aiicum. A. D. li«l.
lt-.Vtll " A. S. HARWELL.
CKXTHAI.,   Iti:i) I'OX   mill    It I'D    IOX
Kit ACTION Mlneiiil Claini".
Situate in tint Slman Mluiui; 1 )ivl-ioii ou
Wcm Kimte.iay l>l»trii-t, where located;
Surprint* Itanlii ami J->liin the Surpri*-e on lliu
•POIItll.
'PAKE NOTICE that 1,(1, 11. AvIaril.'Ufciit for
I .Inlin A. Kllich Ere*' Miner'* Certilieate No.
ll''f.,lH,(Je.irKc H. Hmidemiu, Kif4* Mln«.r'« Ccr-
(lliealeli'ii. II U.nii!,. (inriieliu- M (icihiin-'. Kre"
Miiiei'MO'ltllicate No. It.V.mi-jiI, yyvi- Miner's Cur*
iliieatc Sn. !>Uti. Iiiteiid. »hty day (ruin the i|nt«
herenf. tn tt|iply to (he Mining Itiiiuder
fur a Cerllllcaic of Iinpi-nvituicnt*'', for the pur*
pnM nf nbtiilulin; ii Cli.Hii (Irani nl the alioVO
eLdiim.
Anil further take imt ii •• tli.it uctinu uii.br *.'i'*
llnii :i", niii«l be t'limuii-ni-cd bcfnie the I'.-.lisilli'ti
.if i.llellCillillcatelnl lllllil'iiveillellln.
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carry on the Itiu- of track* to nave
another that in too hanl presxeil,
while it leaps anide to hide or Hy in
a different direction. TIhih the
Kta^ Iuul wouuht to wive ftfy ivomikI-
■wl mate, but the hunter**-* remorw-
k«ftly t-ook up her trail,and gloativl
like wolvi* over the alight drip of
blood. Within another short run
they found that the stag, haviuRJ
failed to diveri the ehaw to him
BlllbS fw Fall Plantlnir.
Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY,
Sn" W.niinlii«ti.r Hnad, Vancouver, H. C
WIUTKLAIIOHOXI.Y
T8E HEW YSRK
CLIPPER
Oontalna   a   Uollabla   Reoord
of all tho Ivontt In tha
THEITRIOU WORLD
RELIABLE ASSAYS  WORLD TfSPOBTS.
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Rich Ores and Bullion Bought.
OQDEN ASSAY CO
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PUBLISHED WEEKLY.
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f9twAt9 by all Nswad-Mtor*.
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W li pp((t*|i» THE LEDGE. NEW DJ^VEK, li. (J., OCTOBER 24, 1901.
Your Eyes
and My Optical
Departmenr^5^
My stock of Spectacles and
Eye Glasses is very complete, consisting of Rimless
Eve Glasses and Spectacles
and a full line of standard
goods.	
I am the 'pioneer optician of
the' Kootenay, havinsf the
largest experience, and my
appliances are second to none
iu the Province	
G.  W.  GRIMMETT, Graduate Oiiticlwi
and Jeweler.
Anent for Canadian Kodak Co.
SAXUOX, B. C.
Nelson Saw and
Planing Mills, Ltd.
Lumber
Doors
Windows
Store Fronts
Show Cases
Store & Bar Fixtures
Counters
Fancy Glass
Charles Hillyer, Manager
Nelson, B. O.
Kootenay Coffee
Company
COFFEE ROASTERS
Dealers in Teas and Coffee.
All «rades and prices. A
trial order solicited	
Kootenay Coffee Company
P. 0. Box 18a. West Baker St.
XELSOX, H. C.
JOHN WILLIAMS
Dealer in
IMPORTED
_ANDD0MEST1C_CIGARS
^Nn~aBmJUUES;     ~'
PIPES, &0.
Van Camp Lunch Goods, Confection
crv and Fruit.
BATHS IN CONNECTION.
Newmarket Block.        New Denver
TROUBLE    SOON*    TO     BE    JBNDKD.
The Rossland Miner gives0the pleasant assurance that in a very short time
the big* minus of that camp will he in
full operation, together with quite, a
number of the smaller ones. Every day,
it says, sees additions to the force of
men employed in the working's of the
Le Roi group, and the preparation for
resumption on the Nicke! Plate, which
is announced today, is a satisfactory indication of the manner in which operations are extending.
The prospect for a bright season in
Rossland during the approaching winter
is excellent. No one doubts that the
big mines will be working at full swing
and proceeding with development on a
large scale before the new year opens.
Already the mines have full crews in'
the stopes, .ind as the forces grow the
usual development will be picked up
and continued. This will prove the
backbone, of the city.
In addition it may be reasonably expected that other properties will be
working, among these tho Spitzee, I. X.
L., Green Mountain, Abe Lincoln, O.K.,
Big Four and White Bear. The Velvet
will undoubtedly operate all winter,but
the Miner is not in possession of particulars regarding the property.
ABOUT    MO ¥ I I'l.
F. P. Hogan, Senator Turner, L. S.
Austin, E. D. Saunders and M. H. McKenzie. of Spokane, arrived at■ Moyie
last week and left shortly for Marysville
to lay out the smelter site. The Leader
says it is the intention of the company
to push the work of construction as
rapidly as possible, and they expect to
'•omplete the building by next February.
James Cronin, manager of the St.
F-ugene, when asked regarding the
probability of an early resumption of
work at the mine he said that tlie price
of lead would have to reach £15 before
anything would be done.
The work of further prospecting*, the
Lamb' creek gold fields is progressing
in ix 'manner entirely satisfactory to
those interested. Johnston Bros, have
built a 12x14 log cabin on their group
of claims and are comfortably situated
to continue work all winter. They
have three sluice boxes and a rocker
and they intend to prospect their ground
t horoug h ly.	
MIGHT   TURN    THE   TAKI.KS.
AMia-a*AP- orc-m or tartar pows.r
•DR.*
CREAM
BAKING
POWDER
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
Arold Baking* Powders  containing:
*lui*_.   They are Injurious to health
Ninth Yeak
/
Established in Nelson in *1890
ft
CONDENSED ADS.
IConitL'ii'ii'il iiilv.-rlist'ini'ii!', <n.'li a^ For Sale
wiiuteil.Lost.Strnvi-it. stolun, lllrtlii. Death*,
Mardai-iw, IVrsoiml. Hutt'ls. Loyal,,MtHlii'iil.rU',.
are luserti'il whi'ii iwt i'X'*<*i»iiIiii; 40 wovils for
S!> I'fiiitu t'lii'h (iidoriMi. Ivu-li livti wor.ls or lusm
over 2  words nre fiv** trnH pulilitbnal.]
Employment Agenoy,
■V*KI.SON   1'iMI'l.llVMHXT  .MiKM V,
Hfljinf All Klmli l'lintl*.|tii|,
l-iistofili-(! linx lufi. NoUon. .I.M.  \JIVK.
A    DllKADKUIi    POSSIBILITY.
I heard a good story at the University Club the other day, which,
as it's not bitter. I'll tell, writes
tho Looker-On in the Ban Francisco
News Letter.
Some years ago Edgar Mizner
was appointed the local agent for
Ruinart champagne; and, as a good
wine agent should do, he hastened
out among his friends to encourage
them to buy the brand he represented. About the second man he
met after tlie appointment was his
old pal, Porter Ashe.
••Porter," said he. **I am selling
a champagne that is old. but new
here. The next time you order a
bottle of wine at the club or restaurant or the cafe, I wish you
would call for Rninart.''
"But I always drink Mumm,"
said Ashe.
'''That's all right.'' answered
Alizner; "if they haven't any Ruin-
art on hand you can drink your old
Mumm."
"Well, Edgar," said jjAshe, "I
am your friend to the last, but,
great (tod, what am I goinj" to do
if they do have Ruinart?]'—National Advertiser. I
We sell Wholesale and Retail Wj
Hurry Up and ask for Prices:
Onr Christmas Goods ae arriving daily and
you have a good opportunity to select from the
latest up-to-date goods, and—
You will find prices reasonable
We want your trade.   Send us your orders and we will do the rest.
r\J,   , au which huh juweii*,** repairing guaranteed. ■ * nnD   v%r% w a w *f% • m
■ j     Mail orders receive. oUr* prompt and careful JHUUfcf   UUYcR S
jQ     attention.      JACOB t)OVER. C.P.R Watch Inspector. tuk jbwklkh. Nei.on  n c
8 KSKSC^S-aCgS CS2 CSJCSCSCSCSKji
about three thousand feet soiiUi ofthe
most northern point at which ore" eoin-
mences on the Ironsides.
Should Hnvii Kitten tlm '"'Isli.
They tell this story in Lee County of
a negro who applied to a justice of tlie
peace to marry him. He had iio money
and offered a string of fieh as- the fee.
After a year had passed the justice
met the man and said:
"Well, William, how ••jo you like
married life?"
"Well, suh," was the reply, "I wish
to the Lawd I'd eat dem'fish."
The Royal Seal cigar is orie. of the
standard productions of Nelson.
The silver-lead miners of the Coeur
d'Aiene country are looking to a new
Canadian   enterprise  to obtain  lower
NEW   fiHOUSI)    OPKNKD
UP,
The Granby company has coujneuced
development work on the'stirfinie of the
Grey F.agle claim, at Greenwood, stripping thejiig mineral outcrop -jhout a
rates of freight and treatment on their  thousand feet south of the  south  boun
F-OI-l  SALE,
DUV DltK ritoi'l"!! TV. North l-'urk C;ir*
I ii.ri'i-t.i'k~AI.I'*.   Ai.l'S KUACTION
»11(1 Al.TUhTN-l 'i-.mi. I,: ml'-  nlililliwl.     A|i*
jily, \\. J. .MiMll.i.l.V \ i'i/., Vmu'iiUMir, ll.(J
SKVKIIM, TIHil'i.lMl ..|.| iii*wf|i,'i|»*r*<. a'
...   Tin: l.i.iKiK.
DENTISTRY.
DR. MORRISON,liVllvl
NKI,.Su\". II i i.-r \\ Ali'H li h,\ki.u Sin
DR. MIIJi)Y,,MTC
11 Mt li t 1 1", un.. cii...rli'i.i ■<• in il.-il.il w..r!;. tin'
iimki-1 ,i -i».*«*i:»>l\ «i u-l'l lliiln'- Wt.rk. M.■*'■
i-uili|i|i|t ilni il- itl.' lip It (".
ore, says the Spokesman-Review. A
refinery i* to lie built iu the Kootenay
country, probably at Neison, under
bonus from the Canadian government
It is proposed to ship lead ore in bond
to be smelted and reti'ned in Canada
and then bring it back into the Tinted
States at Buffalo or Boston, thus avoid*
in is,- the paying of duty. The Canadian
■.overuincnt offers a bonus of $li a ton
on lead produced from Canadian ore,
lint tin' refinery is expected to have
caji.'icitv enough for a liir<{*« tonnage of
imported ore.
darv line of ihe Knob Hill claiin, and
SANITARIUM.
HA M! VON  HOT ftl-HI*!'-*) HAN" IT.* It.
ir»i.   iii. in '*ntiiii|iitt>' yr i I t m
i.ii 111, i... .in,,i,;f N ,tlii ■tin. n- n CA L I n
c».   suuiu-il iiiulti
rivulli-vl I .i i.i.. ..I ,
KMtlutf  ni.it  l'.\- ut
unit Nut*'    i li vi -leliir t'Diiiinuiiii-atluii ttitli nil
pp»rlt nl (l.t w  i'.l   1* il* -irrivi* ami it. |.m ! Iliiiuin'.    |-i"*falirail!,
UV.ryilH l'«    >«.lll* - run*   till   ll.TV.H.   X||,|< .... , .
mu-'iii i in i« -   i* n tt, i* li. .1 ill Kl.iii.t-,  '-"tteet. winch is uicli'i* a   bull.
■r PRESORT
i.i..i,«  i(t*tnii'iii i*ii)«iiiin
IIKOOKI.YN    CI.OSKII  DOWN.
J. Iv. Parker. su|ierintendent of the
Dominion Copper Co in 1'lioenix camp,
last week received a dispatch from Senator George A. Cox, of Toronto,  presi-
dent   of  the  company,    orderiii-*   the
Bi'iokiyii, tlie only mini; that   corc'ra*'
tiuii ha** been wurklng of late, cIom-iI.
Nn explanation is forthcoming as to the
actual cause of rlie shut dmvu     Tlie
Pioneer siivh it i.« an eiicoiiragini' i»i__'n l
tliat the ord i* front h('iid(|iinrter*« dues]
let call fot | r.Hiny out  the wimp?, nA
was tbe cai'c in March, l'.Kto,  when  thej
Brooklyn was shut down liefore.    This
U taken to iiii-aii that   it   in  inure  than
likely that in the near future the |*i''>|-
»'|U   -t-tlli  fi-Mllllt- npiTKUnlll"
I'lilt)'* No Head.
H. GIEGERICH
Stiiplc and Fancy
GROCERIES
Agent for
GOODWIN   CANDLES
GIANT POWDER
BOSUN HALL PAKTRY.
Wholiisnle I'ric-cs. We havii dou'''*-'il mi'l trel'-
liU'.l uur liusincs.i in th<*. hist month* mul wo nn;
lireparod to still tncivnio and brauc'b out. Orders
are comin** in froni all, diieotions We carry n
t'Oiniik'te ttssortnieiit of Grocerlvs, ."iii .vou need
not fear in sendiiiu your e.-ish as ive will endeavor to do better when you are ni'i here lo buy
personally. Wheat Manna, 5n.il) Wxesi. $2 SO;
Government Butter, 2.W lb and iic |b. il lb b xes;
Jersey aud St. Charles Cream, 8 e.i"S >--l: Granulated Supar, i?(i_,ri i«*r ion lbs; l'-ripi' * H. Bovvdi'r
1-lb i-an,40c: Choice Ceylon feu, »0'' lb; t bu.xes
Soda Hisc'iiita, 45c; choice ii'iples, -1.75 liox; s<Ki
boxes whiter apples, Xorthern Spy*i. lien Da vies,
etc, 81.HS hox. to arrive in a few d'a}'*. Our candies are uuciiu:illi-ii; fresh l'roih the "U'torv Hon-
lions. 25c Hi; French Chocolate pi^ips, 2.V- lb;
Mint lozenges. 25c Hi. N'o liiicidl'*" 'ueu to pav
ilixed candy 2oc lb, cliok-t-. ■l1ho,10 and mail
orders attended to at once.   T. Ea-i-iji's prices.
J. V. DELANKi ■
 £oiim»ssionJpli!l'ChajiL_**\'-'^ llenvi'v
KAS|,ii
AIN'SWulM'H
SANDON
Ait anducloti*- Poll parrot lia" joined
the rauku uf thc uiiimi workiT* ft*.'.*iiii.»t
lesiaiiritiit'* under the ban,   Thi-«..(iic*.
hird Ii-iiik* in « hi^' casfft aiTotn fruiii
at  Ul"  l.nriiiiei-
iivt,  the
Smoke
Tuckett
Cigar Co.
Union
Label
Cigars
The
Nelson Brewing Co.
Brewers of Fine Lajjer Beer and Porter-the best in the land.   Correspond-
R. REISTERER & CO., Nelson, B.C.
ence solicited.   Address—
H. BYERS & CO.
HARDWARE
SELL
BLACKSMITH'S,
MILL, MINE and
STEAMBOAT
SUPPLIES.
An tip-tu-date line of
SHELF & HEAVV IURU
WARE, TRUAX-OHE
CAUS.STEKL. KAILS and
CANTOS STEEL, Etc ,
constantly on hand.
Head office; NELSON, H. C.
Stmmt at SANDON", KASLO, and NELSON.
P.BURNS&OO.
Kur piii-tnapp!) (•<-
VV.  I   MeVIILl.t..\ *i .<
rt"l|..l.*uli* Ae* •ii'*! -.r I* .i"
Vim- 'i»ifr. II.C
Brands:
Monogram
Marguerite
Bouquet
Our Special
El Condor
Schiller
BRICK
MARBLE
LIME
THE MANSFIELD MANUFACTURING COMPANY are now preptu-cd
U' supply huilders and coiuracturs
with all the above building niHt-crials.
()urw products received Kii'st Piizes
and Medals the last two years at the
Spokiuie ExiHJsitiiin, The I-dine tliitt
we /ire now inaiiut'actiirii'H: is not
oxcelled. Speeiiil quotatin'»s to Cdii*
tractoiii on application.
THEMANSFIt.UD
MANUFACTURING
COMPANY
nci.son, 2,c._   •*-*. o^o.^esn
p<m-y\ p<^mp<m>*t ^_jn
•^^^W*^. ..^.^9^^m\ 9^^^9^tm^lr^^^^^^*\ ^^^^""w««.,, t*^^m\ ^^^^^.v,-, .,^^^^9*
JA.Ml'iS   CAiOVV,
DRAY ING
]){iu!iti£ aial l'jicldiitf tu MinvN      |
and tfencml local bnHM"*»s.
WOOD   AND   COAL    F0*    SMt
-Ww  Kftivcr, II, {',
■'^HPX^H.J-Ci
,.jJmm\ mmwx*,,.^..,. Jmmt ^^^«..
Have shops in nearly all the camps and cities
of Kootenay and Boundary. They sell the
best meat obtainable and aim to o*iVe satisfaction to every customer.     Try a line of their
steak s-^*^-^-^-^-^)-^)-^)-^?i
P.   B URNS   &   GO.
California
Wine Co.,
■•***,.
T1K
ASLO HOTEL
l-'amily & Commercial.
Wli.'i|i*.«ii|i'i|,.aliT*iii
NELSON, B.C.
Choice Wines
and Fragrant
Cigars "~—"^
Afents for Canary Beer.
; WAOos bros ;
4 PHOTOGRAPHERS #
t VANCOUVER .no NELSON, B.C. t
•^ %%%"%-%%*%%%%%%"%r-|
J. K. CLARK,
MINES
and MINING
Hc|»orf!i, KxamlniitiotiH and .Manage
ment.
NEW DENVER.  .   B.C.
,i -i
l,lv»*r
|i*T    *■     ,
viii*«    ; 'i
Ni'w ll.i.\i
-.. «rf,,:.i    i ;
cy<»nH|.nip<*
Sew*.    I'mllx    Im*.   Iu*-iiii   tli
A."..
W.1
";■-■■■•    ' ■:• iini.i id-id-' <-!«., it i ,rii'i» nf '"nnfiiir" mid   Im*. |i«mi i .i|   tin
..ii.t   lt..t,-vi.i.   "li'piinat.I.i   .11 tin ( , ... ,        . „,,
j.        , i. |p,,., ■« ..m v    Mui- A"*'r,v*r"':*T !*",» "* *»iiHi-"f,"<-**''.   v» ■''*'
\.     . ,   k   li « ;i kiraiciT .'iji|iri»;icli("« llu* |-'trr~'t   *rn
; ciii •'iitii.'iir   niifnir " •»♦  *i   i"«ttjih|i/
SURVEYOR ,,mi, f,if, tt.nrfc ,lf ,,!„,.'„,_, fh„ 'han  ._-,
iii.tXi'  i ...i,..•■■» oi,.) i'»„u.,<-i., i ini-tnly  mi.     Ihe  "'H-ket*  have
c.-illin*,'«»t. fur llifv nre dfiicmljii
Large
And
Comfortable
Rooms
Fitted with every modern
convenience. Speoiitl protection ajiiiinsr fire. Rates $2.f>0
and $.'J j)er day.
COCKLE -*■* PAPWORTH.
i'niiiiii*(i>i>..
PALMA ANGRIGNON
General Drayinjr: Minin? Sup
plies and Heavy Transportation a Specialty.
S Our HttK*",'Hjce wftirunts meet all Sun
day trains.
Saddle Horses and Pack 4 ..:;:„is
Feed .Stahk'n At New Denver.
J. E. Angrignon
The LciiiliiiL'
T
:i
5:Hairdresser; ,na
DRUOS.
Ill V/I.l.  K !«»..   Nt»»-.ii.   IIC.
i. »tn,-    ii I'nt.*<  iii.il  ,\*,*t; ft*' >*>ii|».
TAILORS
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LBOAL
*f II . I.. I.. B.
!•*■:.A  ff, .1
on '
tlieir iilly, l'i illy, tn piny  jih-ki't. which i
I'lilly iloi'c vi'iy i*ffi*cti*t'i>ly, j
It i* no* in milt r (".ir niiiii* j«t|^i* to
■•    1.   ■.. .;.,!      till'        |.:1«   i*M .
; l ln« lr»i*irl ol Seat-Will ii».StU t.r.Mt
! Hritiiiii » tiH-nnl ii*. » iree jl.imi'i will,
t «4l,t**•,'.•»»» llit** |.i4lili-.i mi ltii.««*il uri.-t.
' iii Invi rfn"«*» #li!»f,
'« .tii.'i    *    *., ...I   ..I..1   i,i   *.<,•   tp.iii
innifiiT   ui  <■'..'■ i-iic  -pmi.'.-i^cI     |An.^if.
j  :itr'**l Iivt* —Ki'**s„*t-«i     Win, ri,.-H,tw,i #
; i.»'f*n m-tnii-i .-vi»i- #!•,(*,* I Uim-w li.-t.
.fi)*» IVi-utt'i, Wil!i.ij«  MiM.r**. liiiiri.'--
Hdtiii-f, .iit-l  I..*((«t*.   in  !r-iti,iK,   w-fio-
kiilf-il i*il »«-.*k liv m. •*\|i1ii*i<iii in  tlw
In.-?'     •>:■■   h .*,- Ais ■-;,>,. -
Finest Shop In the Slocan.
Hriek  Hl'*ck,    ihdlovuo Ave,,   Sew
Ik'nve., H. C.
(Mi; i<ih**kt nii'Virr*
MKNT I-  n'*To.I»ATK
I.I. STVI.KS   A\l»
I'HK KS.
Fred, Irvine & Co.,
NELSON, B. C
jSKWUN-K.il* sIMKKSam.!
iiuiHoN i;s{>sjr.vri\.
SPIKES from .'icUkVh-
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Maw  i
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TIIW». KVaNS' :
(JKM t'WtV HiH'SIl KASI/l, 1
Fresh Ki**h nil ihetirn-?.    MEALS    *
IVmltry nmt tlie time. 2 &   UP)
SILVERWARE    •
i MBHHItrij
Wc cotittiitii* tn -ili.m thi. Ui.i-.i . iiiir«-iii.|i   i' i |,,., u :i,.,|  Am* nraij  imnl«»i hmt, toqui"*. turl.Hii« ami litinn.-ti
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N<*» Vml., Muiitrcfil, TciM»».,,;»,.) t"hHj'ii>i , n in.* uf mu' iHitltN nn* litii.i Mnbum I.«iiit.« .MillivatiJIlr.-w,
<»f Sew V««ik. .iii.l P»u» Vir.i   ,!..< -I'., i. int.,*    ,.f l'*»ri».       \Vr •.),.. i.-tll> iiivsii- 4I!  the U.lit*# .,f Ncl».»n ait<|
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NELSON, B. C.
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