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Viu.. 2-No. 31.
YMIR, a C SATURDAY, DEC, 30,190.
Fivk Cents
Tho  Herald   withes its readers a
happy nnd prosperous Now Year.
T. IJ Watt' has secured a situation
at the Oyanied hlant.
Mrs. T. II. Rothorhara, will leave
pext week- for liedley to join her hus-
L. R. Van delJogarl of tin. Arlington mini* is ..pending a few days in
town after a week's visit to Spokane.
Dont forget to vrr.'e 100(1 after to-
K. M. Peters, who was on the   sick
list for a few days in the   early part
'. I"*   around
Jr. Gordoi.
. of the M_
e   time.   One
Miss.  French's stc-j'O   lad  a  place  for
-jvening at   last;   the
•vice.   Dr.Gor-
of   the week,   is  able
Mrs. O. Coleman w,
.-.erne sofa pillow, that
Led   advanced  four points ou  the
London  market ".. Thursday and Ls
i"17 13s. a ton, within four points of
the high ju-i-■>• of 1900.   Silver gained j
four points in New Yuri; and is    now
at C5J the high mark   of   the recent
advance.   Copper is unchanged.
Il.r.-y Weight JI. P. P. pissed '
through Yinir on Saturday minting
en route to Spokane to spend the holidays, after wh*ol| he will go to Victoria to attend tl.o session of tlie legislature widen m-lis o.-i Ji.rury 11.
0. l'\ Mithc.-s, who a few years
ago was a member of the firm of .Mathers and Kelly, general merchants,
Ymir, is now engaged in tlio real
estate and insurance business at Riverside, California.
The train from Nelson has scarcely
ever been on   time   since   the   recent
change in the .schedule.    The  engine
ise appears to be too light  tu pull
'rain up the hill to the Mountain
me allowance.
John. !r_.I*Yccman retui
,,'*Vion was   a-
3 nil    W,*?...>
it the Arlington miu.
morning having completely r<-.-.nei
from his recf.nt illness.
Ad of .them oxpecfc to return t . Ymir
in a couple of months. A number of
men will be employed at the mill during tho shut down, shipping lumber
and making repairs for next season.
A l.andaoino cut glass fruit dish
cream and sugar set and pickle platter
worth $17.50 will be raffled at the
drug store next week. Tickets from
I  cent   to 7-'. cents.
Alex. Erwin of Ymir has secured
the contract of hauling the ..ro from
the Eureka mine ou Kaglo creek,
west of Nelson. The ore will be
hauled from the mine to the head of
the Granite tramway a distance of a
mile and a , half. It will then be con
yeyed by tho tram to ■•.•.'•'.it. a milo
of tlle siding, an 1 froin th ire by
sleighs to the railway for s.ipimit.
Hilly Tennaut left yes ter lay morning
for Nelson with a four I. .rs-.- team to
commence hauling.
Christmas    Entertainment.
An  Enjoyable   Concert
given in Aid of tho
Ymir Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Beohlor have re .i
to the Yinir stamp mill after a
ant holiday visit with friends
A cumber of young men in Ymir
have declared their intentions to ride
on the water wagon after the new
The many friends nf Mrs.  .1.  Phil
bert will he   glad to learn that she  is
recovering from her recent illness j
Owen   Boyer   of   the    Vancouver
'■' time allowanci
Oil Burgess,  tho  popular   presi-
cittitl>.-* Ymiv Miners' Union,  re-
a   There,   y welcome Christmas gift
*} i|iiie. iorning, when Mrs. Bur
goss prosei.       him with a Gnu bouncing hoy.      i
\ John Houston Ji. L. A has telo-
jraphed the proprietor of the Driard
hotel at Victoria to toscrve his room
intimating that ho will arrive in Victoria on Monday or Tuesday next to
remain during the session.
J. W'estloy manager of the Oro
Hill mine near Salmo, spent Thursday
in town and went up to the Wilcox
to cxiimiir. the stamp mill with a view
to purchasing theorgina!   mill.   It   is
,ti>I ha"U**>-¥*l the Kootenay   hotel, - -      , ,   ,,      ,       ..     .   .        .   .  ,
* probable that tho mill will ho installed
of Nelson and w ill take charge at the
uew year;
Geo. Ritchie lms trmi-iotrrd 'o J. I..
Buchanan a half interest iu tho Gold
('up, located one mile north east of the
i'cllowstoue, for a nomiual oonsidera.
Tlie heavy snowfall of Wednesday
irid Thursday was welcomed by Parr
and Northl'idge who have several car
loads of oro at the Tamarac ready for
rawhidiug down the hill.
The publie school will re-open on
January 8th. l'JOfiand the annual
school meeting for the election of
li-uslees and transaction of other business will bc held January 11.
There is a rumor that J.   A.   Mac
jonald of Rossland leader of the provincial lilieral part/ has been offered   a
Supreme Court Judgeship.
A letter has been received In Nelson
from Illake Wilson i who is spending
the holidays with his family in Sao
Diego, California. Blake says that
Kootenay bents California both for
mines and climate,
lloldrisof tickets arc notilir-d   that
the raffle for tho pipe at M. Mclnnes'
rigar storo will be hold on   Saturday
evening at 8 o'clock.
The Hunter V. mine resumed op
erations on Tuesday after a two days'
.hut down for Christmas, The Ymir
stamp mill and tho Wilcox also closed
down for Christinas day, .Most of
the employeos came to Ymir lo attend
the entertainment and dmice.
Ben Lawrence, ono of the lessees of
the Key Stone mine neat Brio tamo
to town on Thursday evening for dental treatment Ho reports everything
fcoing smoothly and that * consider
able quantity of ol'o has been got out
for shipment.
The marorjilty campaign in Nelson
is now in full swing and as usual in
that city at this season of the your
tlio mud in beginning to fly Nelson
nan hold its own with any city in Can
D-da for mud slinging during a civic
•. unpawn and fur months afterwards.
at the Ure  Hill.
I'he December number of tho II C
Mining J.xchaiige is a very interesting
number and a credit to its publishers.
It gives a general review of the mining industry in every section of the
province and has some splendid cuts
of some of the principal mines in the
Kootenay, among then being the Hunter V mine, near Ymir.
A merchant in Yniir said to the
Herald a few days before Christmas
that if his sales of holiday goods were
within twenty five per cent of those
of last yeur ho would bc satisfied On
Wednesday of this weok he said that
his sales this year were over
twenty-five per cont greater than last
Rer. W, Q, Boss loft on Monday
morning to spend a few days with his
family at Grand Forks. Mr. Ross
has not boon feeling very well lately
and it is hoped that a few .lays' rest
will rosturc his health. I Tho serviens
in the Presbyterian church uu Sunday
evening will lie conducted by thu
Christian Wrideavnf society, who cor
dinlly in vile all loc.imt.,1" the meeting,
O. Wi Orchard returned aa Tuos-
day from A ins worth when: he spent
Christmas with friends. He noticed
a decided improvement in the towns
along thu laka. Al Pilot Bay a force
of men are ul wot k overhauling the
smelter which it is expected will coin
meni'i*operations early in the now
year. Alliswortll, tho ^oldest mining
camp in the Kootenay is also showing
signs of a revival of its old tiuid pros*
parity and considerable ore is being
shipped from tint mines in the ricin-
H. Springer 0 K.af* noil C Johnson
employees uf the Porto Ilice Lumber
company are spending the winter in
Spokane. Frank Finney Im gOHO to
tho Key Stone mine and John Black
will winter in tl.e Boundary country,
Typhoid in Phoenix
■Typhoid    fever    is very  prevalent
at   Pheoeiiix and the epidemic is taxing   to the    utmost  the  capacity of
the local hospital.    In a letter dated
Dec. 19th published iu the  Victoria
Times J. L. Martin secretary treasurer
of the General Hospital makes an  urgent appeal   for  assistance.    Up to
that date, there were over sixty casos
and four death.    Two  had  perforation of tho bowels requiring operations,
ono of whom died,    The nurses' rooms
at the hospital have been turned   into
wards and the city council have   con
verted the city hall   into a    hospital.
Nurses have been brought from Spokane, Victoria, Vancouver, Now Westminster,  Calgary    end   Nelson.    To
meet this extraordinary expense, subscription lists have  been   circulated,
and tho citizens and mining companies have responded liberally.    According to the lowest estimate it will take
from 11200 to 91500 more than now
provided, to carry lho hospital through
this    expense.    The   health    ollicers
have traced tho eause of thn fever   to
a dairy which has since been   closed.
Later reports   indicate a distressing
state of affairs, and  since   tho   letter
was written, there havo been a mini
ber   of   deaths.    KlToctivo   measures
should ho taken throughout the province to render assistance to our stricken neighbors.
Christmas Tree.
The annual Christmas tree enter
tainment for the children of tho town
was held in the Presbyterian church
on Saturday evening, aud was greatly
enjoyod by the children and also by
their friends, who were pleased to see
tho children so happy. A very niee
little programme of songs, dialogues,
recitations, etc. was given by the
children, after which the presents
from a well loaded Christmas truo were
distributed by the time honored Santa
Clans. Noue of tho children in town
wero overlooked and their tunning
smiling countenances as they stepped
up to receive their gifts showed their
As the grown up people gazed at
the beautiful presents they could not
help recalling tbo time When Santa
Claus did not carry in his pack such
an assortment. A pair of warm mittens, woolen socks ard knitted scarfs
used tube tlio limit for meri, all mado
by busy loving fingers, in secrecy, in
tin." to surpriio the loved one by
Christmas. The girls got pin cushions,
a bit of ribbon or some other bit of
finery which to them was the dream
of a year. Tho children had a jumping Jack, a wooly sheep tin animals,
a china hooded doll, a ball of pop
corn and a half a dozen sticks of
hoar hound arid peppermint candy but
they ft ere happy and valued  tho gifts.
'•li was ono ot the best entertainments ever hold in Yinir" was the universal verdict of the   au liouco  that
attended the play, "A Lnil   Friend'
presented in Miners'  Union  Hill on
Christinas evening, by tho Ymir Dramatic Club.    The hall  was well   tilled
with  au appreciative   audience, who
manifested their appreciation  of thi
efforts of the performers by  repeated
applause and no murmur of disapproval was heard from any one.    The  oh-
ect to which the pro mods wore  to  be
devoted viz. the Ymir g.'Leral hospital attracted a considerable crow i from
the mines and  also from   Salm i   and
Erie, who all returnud to their homes
next   day,   well   please I    with  their
Christmas  entertainment    in   Ymir.
The members of the club aro all well
Known young people of Y.ijir, ra nt of
whom had never app i .red on the stage
before so largo an au fieiree, and naturally felt a little nervous.less as to their
ability to sustain  their   several   parts.
This nervousness,   however    entirely
disappeared as soon as they faced  the
audience whose attention   was secured
from the    start.    Tho    manner    in
which  lhe several parts   were   interpreted gave  evidence of careful study
ns well as considerable histrionic talent.   A no -stage considerably larger
than tl.e old one had been erected and
the stag:, settings a Ide! greatly tu the
appearance of the hall.
The play itself, wHjoh is a cemody-
dram i in four acts, is a rather heavv
ouc for amateurs to attempt, but there
was rnit a dull in > .in.it from the rise
of the curtain until the conclusion of
tho fourth actat 10..S0.
Tl.o Herald does not desiro to flatter
any of tli i perfor mors but in justice to
them it can sincerely * iy that there
was n.it a we»'c pirt iu th* cist of
characters, each being assigned tho
role best suite! to their ability. To
this was to a great o.ueut due the success of tho performance,
As Sylvia, the. nogloetod wit's of
Gilbert Fansliaw, a nosupapor man,
Miss Lilly Keefe showed a true conception of the part. Her enunciation
woe perfect and h**r b*Xriug on the
stage was in harmony with the part.
Tho interviews between Sirs. Fan-
shaw and Senor Raymond Alvarez,
an unscrupulous Spanish diplomat who
attempts to allur* hor away from her
home gave ample scope for the talents
of Miss Ivecfi* and il. J. McKencio.
As Alvarez, Mr. McKeazio had, perhaps, the heaviest part in tho play,
but he was cjual to the occasion aud
represented tho cyrrical con icienceloss
Spaniard, iu a manner which could
scarcoly lie improved upon. Tho part
of _$rn. Merry in *n a jolly young widow, sister of Mrs Fvishaw, was nd -
mirably sustained throughout by Miss
Clark. Everything she attempt.. 1
from rescuing hor sister from the pow.
er af the deceitful Spaniard to loading
a dilatory lover on to a proposal, was
done with a grace which charmed the
audience. Miles Mclnnes, as Royal
Playfard, everybody's friend, who wa*
desperately iu lovo with Mrs. Merry-
man, was perfectly tit home in the
part of the embarrassed lover. Through
out thd wholo performance ho never
forgot that hu was there to obey the
conimaii.it of Mrs Merryman and to
counteiact the schemes of tho wily
Spaniard. The most amusing parts
in the play wero Mr. and Mrs. O'Kolly
which were taken by C. Hilligoss and
Mrs Bothurhsm. both of whom received well merited  applause,    Thoif
oourtshipand debut inn eocioty aft.--
"inakin a put o' money" was ospeciaiiv
amusing. <*. R. lv eefe took tho
double parts of Nubbin?, the bake*
boy, anJ Mente, Alvarez' servant, in,
both of which he asquitted himialf
well, As Arthur, the seven yeas ohj
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fan-.haw, Eddiq
O'Neil showu^i an understanding of ti.,.
part and was rpiito at hum * before tl| I
audience. J. N, McDonald took tl|S
part of Gilbert Fi-;sh»_-, ,i ruwsp tp ..■
man, aud during the progress of tl|(
play had several experiences, w.'iic i
wero entirely new to lii.it in his newspaper work.
Before the curtain rose Dr. Qlliatl
accompanied by Miss Jessie MoLeo
nn the piano played several selection*
from The Bohemian Girl, which as i-
always the ease when they favor i,
Ymir audiencn wore well received
Between the acts the .Vfi-.-ie-i Julie,
contributed a piano duet in their n-
uul graceful style. Miss CUrk gav.
a vocal selection and Tom Wilson re
cited Jean llip'iste, ii| his o»,i inim-
icablo style.
At the conclusion of the programiili
tlio ball was cleared and nearly al.
the audience remained to enjoy a fon
hours dancing. Supper was served i.
the assembly room of tliu Ymir Miners
Union by the ladies. The Ooinplutu
returns from the silo of ticket*, have
oot yet been received but t.ic tot.il pro-
ceerts will amount to about ****0.
Fire Brigade Signals.
Fire chief Mclnnis has prepared tl.
following i-ignals for handling the li.-
alarm: Steady ringing means fin-
One stroke (pause) two strokes (pau*'
three strokes, means a call for help t
handle the hose when drying ar..
reeling it up after use.
Presiivtbkus Church—S u n .1 a .
School and   Bible   Class,    10   a, n
Evening   service, _.        Young Pe .
pies' Society in-jnts on Friday oveniu
at 8 o'clock.    All ar*o Wol.omo.Rsvg
W. G. Ross, Pastor
A Herald Problem
A paid up subscription to the Herald
for thn year 1(106 will he given for th
first two correct solutions of ths following problem,  received at this oil"..
Two stations, A and B arc 3<.>.
miles ipart. A train starts from su •
at the same time. The train frot .
reaches B in 9 hours after they in*.-
and the train from B reaches A it. •*
hours after thof meet. Find ra> *
hour of each train.
Hotel Arrivals
Coskopoutaw   Horn..:—
B. Reid.   Krie.
J. Altlioi., N-lson
A. Bcchler and wife, Nelson
J C. M.;I>on aid. Nelson
L It Vandeliogart, Spokane
Goo. Burt, Greenwood
C. B. Dawson,  Krie
C. Moore, Calgary
F. Frauk, Rossland
Mclkob   Hotkl:—
J. Dauiolsou, Salmo
11 inter Blanchsr I   and  vrit. Sal i |
J- A. McDonald and wife, Salm-j
A, Fracho. Erie
O F, Steem. Salmo
WaLPOBrHoT-.*; —
J. MeCiilieo, Northport
D. Barhack, Salmo
E. Trebaljar, fmir Mino
A Highosand wife. Ifmir Alia.!
J. N. Baker, So Ison
A. II. Tuttle, Chicago
J. I>  Young. Winnipeg
J. Dial.art, Ymir Mine
(ro to tin;  Waldorf  for   I'o.n   ail t
Jerry, Htss' Ate,and the   Our   wi-
madc Milwaukee fusions.
_. rirs, Mason's Christmas.
(Continued from last week)
The poor mother hastily threw  on
a wrap as the hour   drew   nigh   and
stooping for a moment to press a kiss
upon the lips of her  sleeping darling,
hurried forth  into    the   Light.    She
was met by a storm of wind and blinding snow that at any other time,   she
must have shrunk from in terror.    On
aud on she panted, and not until   she
was ready to  fuint   from exhaustion
did she roalize that she was facing   a
blizzard.    She reached the turn in the
*-oad that led to the doctor's house  at
last so she thought, floundering through
drifts Waist deep,   she    struggled   on
desperately.   ''Father of mercies, spare
me and guide me   to my   darling  if
ordy to comfort her dying hour",    was
her pity ful    prayer, She was growing
warmer     now and     began     to   feel
drowsy .sleepyjjbut she well knew what
that meant and rousing herself struggled oh with all her remaining strength.
Whither she knew not, but it seemed
to her j, that it  must   have _teen   for
Torn .Sheppard and Dr. Gordon both
started    for the   home of the Masons
at about   the    same   time.    One to
tell Jack that   he   had   a   place   for
him   in   the    works    al   ia-t;   the
Other on professional service.   Dr.Gor-
den knew   that Mrs.  Mason was   a-
'one, and th inning she might bj unable
to send for him on such a stormy night
decided not to wait for t he summons.
He knocked at the door  but   hearing
no response, gently  turned   the knob
und   walked in.    He    thought   Mrs
Mason must be aslo.-p.    "ls that you
uum.n i" came a teebb   child's   voice
from the adjoining   bod   room.     'No
my Utile girl it is I, the doctor",   he
replied soothingly. He3uw at once that
there was a change for  the better   in
his little   pitient's condition.    "O.i"
said Maininie disappointedly,  "Where
is ray mamma"!    He   was   about   to
reply that he did not   know when   it
occurred to him that it might be   best
to temporize.      He   knew    that   the
mother could not be far  away unless,
like a flash he suspected the real truth.
But it nn ant certain death to the child
to let her become   excited  now.    "0
mamma will   come   soon"   said   the
doctor hastily   preparing   a ^draught
from his medicine case   which   Mamie
drauk without protest aud a few miu-
; tes later was quietly sleeping.
Dr.   Gordon    was   in     a    rather
awkward predicament;     what should
he do?   If Mrs. Masou started out in
the storm for his house as he  suspected, she must be looked   after.    How
could he leave the child   alone'   The
front door was snddenly and not very
gently thrown open,  and   there stood
Tom Slioppard   covered   with    snow
and panting heavily.    But what   was
that   bundle   he   was   carrying?    A
woman, by all the saints.    "Ah doctor
said Tom as he deposited   his burden
on the sofa, *'l little thought I should
bo so fortunate as to find   you   here.
Tho   Doctor's   protessioual      stoicism
quickiy took the   place of   all   other
emotions and after a nasty examination
tie turned to Tom  and   said    "Look
here Mr.S.iep paid, this   woman must
have immediate attention, u comfortable room  and   a cn.igo of clothing
Where is iior husband"?   "Oh   doctor
bow should I know!   I thought surely
he would be home on Christinas eve".
Well, resumed tho doctor   "She   must
have a woman nurse, and at  once; go
auicklyarrd bring one from the hos-
ital but stay.    First help me to  carry
hor into some other room and look here.
On no account must her   little  girl
be allowed to see her until she regains
.-oasciousuessi"   do     you understand.
But Mrs. Mason—she will  recover,
then, but I am not  quite  sure   thatj
ibe may not suffer from an attack   of,
train te.er afterwards".
A .out uoon the following dny Mrs.
Man,., slowly opened ber.oje. w.u gazed
sl Hit wmie capped nUrse gently mov-
irg about tne room, at the cheery lire
burning in tbe grate and then at the
. ar.ous fuuiiliar objects common to a
lad)'_ bedroom. Reason was snuggling J
* *
To now    subscribers aud old subscribers paying one yHar iu advance,   Sample
copies of the 1'oultryman may he seen at the Herald office.
queie.t It was a rude awakening.
Slip had been wandering through tin-
woods of her dear old English home
where Tom Sheppard and Jack Mason had been rivals for liar hand. She
hail been listening again to the parting
words of her (iiud old father as he bid
her (iod speed and added brokenly:
You know my child, I do not altogether
approvo of your choice of husbands.
I confess I had hopod it would bo Tom
Sheppard, but you have chosen, and I
only hope you will never have cause
to regret it, hut now she suddenly remembered Minnie. The nurse was
trained to her profession and, besides,
had her instructions from   the  Doctor.
Ohl Nursel began Mrs. Mason, ex-
cite.lly, Where is my Mamie? There.
There, interrupted that lady approaching quiokly, Mamie is much belter bin
yoti must not tulk now, my dear.
Madam, \ou are nol deceiving mei1
questioned •'•*• l,oor mother wistfully,
No! Nol Mis* Miso.., and if you will
promise me to ho very culm, 1 will
bring her to you, but. remember my
dear, you must not excite vour child,
and you must not talk much. Al.l yes
dear nurse, I promise. >
Vimi. mid his mother next
m ir.n.ig, as t my were sitting down
to breaktsst, I want to thank you, my
son for the beautiful shawl, 1 found
this morning.
I am glad it pleases you mother, replied Tom absently, as lie went to the
door in answer to the postmaster's sum
mons. Torn was soon busy witli the
morning paper. Suddenly he started
violently droppiug his cup with a crash.
Why, Tom, exclaimed his mother,
petulantly }ou have broken ono of
my line old China cups. Whal in the
world is the matter with you? Tom
began hastily gathering up the broken
pieces iu an effort to hide bis confusion
us he replied, Ah, yes mother, it wa*.
horrible| ihat is, I mean to say. terribly
awkward ofme. Then after a'pretence
of lii.inliing his breakfast, ho rose silently and sought  bis room.
(Continued next wecok.)
Just Arrived
New Line of Groceries comprisu.g
Our   Line of Shoes and Rubbers
Is still complete and these we are selling at
Greatly Reduced Prices
Hotel For Sale,
One of the best hotels in the town
of Ymir, centrally located), furnished
throughout, together with stock of
li quors, cigars etc. doing a. thriving
business. Proprietor wishes to retire.
Apply at Herald oflico.
Wholesale Dealer. iU  IiluUors Cigars
Agci ts fot-
The best on tbo thftrket.
Percy J. (ilon/.er.
.John I'hilbert.
I). Campbell.
DesBrisay Jobbing Co.
J. 0- I'llltott, M. 1).
WIlliAm Clark.
IJ. Campbell.
DesBrisay Jobbing Co.
Cosmopolitan—John Breau.
Mi l.eod House—Finlay Moheoil.
Miller House—S   Miller.
Palace—Tall .v. Buddy.
Vancouver—Owen Buyer.
Waldorf—George Col man,
Vinir—J. \v. Mastersou.
U. S. T. Boss.
Mrs, John MeLeod.
Miss.H M French.
Percy J. Gleaner.
Herald Publishing Co.
D   Campbell.
Joseph Leahy*
Miles   Mclnnis.
Wm. Clark.
Wo can   clothe you from Head to Foot at Prices that
Cannot be Equalled
DesBrisay Jobbing Co,
U. S. T. ROSS,
Hardware   Merchant,     Ymir,    B.    C.
Shell and  Builders    Hanlwa.i*,
»        Paints.and. Oils," Stores' CVI.
Steel, Powder, Fun-   ..ml   IV-..,,
Granite   and   Tin*are.     BteUlfl
Y.M I It LODGE No. 31 A. F. A A.
M .Meets first Friday in each
month. Visiting brothers welcomed.
John Mc Vicar, W. M.
Fbhcv J. 0 i, ha/.un., Store  tary
Y.M III LODGE No. 32 K. of P.
Meets first and third Monday in
each month. Visiting brother
C'llAIII.I'S Arciii UALp, C. C.
John 0 L'bwar, K. K. if S.
MACCABEES.       Meets    second
und fourth Tuesday In each mouth.
I. M-cLeod, L. C
L. UvL'KWOHTll, It   K.
YMIH Mil-HHl..*- tiMON Meets
in Union Hall every Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting
IJretllern cordially invited.
ArtD-iit Ilutm ess, Free.
W.I5. M .Isaac, Sec.
All   kinds   i,f   Plumbing,    l.i'
smitliinv   and   Central    lit-'..
*..♦"!    Work
N- * .* 11 i[i 1.1' fn mating Mi tit.
Mining Agent'    -     Stocks and Share*
 AGENT ' FOll—-
Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York,
Canadian Casuliity^-Boiler Insurance Co.
Loudon Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
Ottawa Fire Insurance Company.
• .'UAUTHUS    FOR    MINtNO   MHN    AND   TllK      •
tion     i
"Hotel Ymirf
_lie Best-Meals
■'   And Accommodation
tn Tdwn;
uj  n  i*|iiiir*u»    _--»_.- ■••         ci..       — -   - .
rd lor the mautery and at last it eon. | /MMtM * ,MHtH .I.... H .
do To	
For Ladies' Furnishings
Millinery and Staple Goods
Satisfaction guaranteed in
every lind. '1 he only store
eat'rying a full stock of everything required for ladies wear j
..Next dot)*;. J-o DesHrisay,
Jul).ling Co'8 stordt
Nc-vly fbfniaheil Ihtoughnui.   .Sample rooms iu e_nne.ii
lUte. 11.80 to $_.!). pet day. }
FINLAY   McLEOD, Piopi'lptor       I
! !A tine nelection of Willes,
Liquors and Cigar..
J. W. MA8TEPSON,  - Prop.
4-H>W*. ■■♦♦♦4..i.*H*»»-i4 ♦
II KSritL Wood. II
t>(r*live^«l any
place in town.
I    _..<>ve LeMgiBs
:; l)ry .1.3.. Green $1.00.
■::    FeV -tar. Ld_d.
No* I* the time to put in
rt g_6d supply.
id old   pbetoCc..
Pottd ltitib
-juinb-Rr Co. Lidi  *;
tHAHiininnn'i It fci ' '
Kootenay Stainlard,
Janet and  (Jurinelit;..
Thu.-Hte are the
brands of do*
nieitic ci.krt
thrtlng h i> o
the Went
... C.   TIlEUiV,
NelsoPi -   -   «   • ' -*.Qi _____________^_avn__Kne_______________ ■*■■■ __^_____M
I'.il-li.li. d .T-l-r-r ..lurdfl} ai.J    mailed   to un
ntlilros*., or dol|vt*rt:.l by cr.t.-r in lowu.
,i-i,t)-,-.ri[.ti,}.i-, (•*: wi i '.-r  ut>.>uu., ps.able lu-d
Adv.'rlisinR r»tpfl, 11.00 p-ir in.:', per month
Tin*.   llRKAi.n nan  l.n had   from   all le&dlnir
...-w.d.-fii-Trt In thi district, pr "can I,,.- Qblalnad
r.-ct from tlie oHlee.
Corptrjerclnl  prtHtiue  <»'   every   dcyorlutton
i.,|..- on the prentiaes'at standn-rd prto.--,.
pc>;!.!.*-tir:» ay tui
lU'.R.W.lI   I'tllll.lSlIING   COMPANY
Tin* nows of the death of Hon. R.ty
:,-.on.l   Prefontajrie, Canadian  minis-
tor of marine and fisheries, which took
j.iace at   Paris on    .Monday   evening
,. is received   with    regret    by   Can*,
adians irrespective of party.    Mr. Pre
Fontaine accompanied by solicitor general Lemieux, went to  Franco a few
weeks ago in connection with the establishment of a  line qf .steamships,
between Marseilles and Canada,    llu
arrival there he complaint-,' of feelina
unwell but HQtbingsei'ious was anticip-
..ted until Monday evening   when   he
.vas  seized with an   attack   of acute
Heart clisevqea|ic) soon afterwards pass,
cl   away.    The   Frenph   government
with the   courtesy   characteristic   of
that nation has offered to extend  mil.
itary honors to   the   remains, and   a
British man of war   will   ba sent   to
conycy the body to  Canada   whero   a
state funeral will    bo   belli     In   his
.loath, Canada  loses a   capable public
servant and tho  liberal   party one of
its strongest supporters from the  pro
vince  of  Quebec.    Mr.     J'refontaino
was    a   comparatively   young   man,
having been born  in 1850.    He  was
a typical representative of the French
Canadian race and prior to  hi.-*,   entry
into the wider arena of ll..minion   politics was for many years a prominent
figure in provincial political life,     l.n
was first elected to the  Quebec  lej*ia-
tature in 1875 and  retained  his  seat
until 1881.    From 1ST!) to   1883 ho
was mayor  of   llochel.iga   and  from
1898 to 190. was mayor of Montreal,
in 189ii ho was elected   to the  house
of commons and in 190:1 was swoin in
rt, member of the privy council us miii
ister of marine and fisheries.
His death recalls that of Sir John
Thompson, the conservative premier
of Canada, ten years ago while on a
visit to England) in the interests of
tho country ho served so well. Whilo
one died almost at the foot of tho
I hrone arid tho other on foreign soil,
l.oth find their final iesting plauo iu
tho land they loved so much.
Premier McBride is reported by tho
Vancouver papers to have stated that
he had a well formulated railway
policy to place bef.ee parliament when
next it meets. The premier, however
denies the report and says it is entirely without foundation. The Herald
does not nee any great necessity for a
vigorous railway policy on tlle part
of the government, as at tl.e present
time there is more railway construct-
on going on in the province tli 111 at
any lime cince tl.e building of tl.e
main line of the C P. It. The only
railway policy desired by the people
is for tl.e government to refuse to. give
any more subsidies cither in cash or
laud grants.
Premier Ci.npbcll-La.uern'.aii, has
outlined the policy on which he will
appeal to the British people for support at the approac'i.ng general elections. The new govermont has given
instriu-tions for the stopping of the
importation of coolies into South
Africa, until   the people of .South Af*
l-.ci-.ii Colonies, shall have expressed
.ufopinion ou the question, Ffis
utterances on Indian anvil's would
seem to imply the eafly recall or resignation of Lprd Kitchener, who
successfully appealed to the late government in his disputes with Viceroy
Lord Curz.u. He has ajso partially
committed his party on tlio ""question
of Horns lt'ile for Ireland, and thi-*
lattice will be the battle cry of tl.e
Unionists hi the present campaign.
Service I
Diamond Hall's recent
removal to much larger
premises means increased
opportunities for serving the
Canadian public.
|| East   and  West and
everywhere, tl.e perfected
Mail Order System of
lhe Donii.eon's largest
Jewelry store puts an cud
tp "harriers of distance."
You can order with
assured satisfaction from
its illustrated catalogue of
Diamonds, Jewelry,
Watches, Silver, Cut
Qlass, Stationery,  etc.
134-138   YONQE ST.
TOBOMTQ    -    ONT.
It was a sad Clni l.nas in Russia,
for rich and poor alike. The time or
the year that above all others should
witness " Peace on Earth Good Will
to men " sees only bloodshed and
mice'.-}* throughout that great Empire.
"Man's inhumanity to man makes
countless thousands mourn," was
never mure clearly demonstrated than
in the events of the past month and
even a worm will tur n when trampled
on. The darkest, hour is always ju.st
before the dawn, and this hour of
dark liens for Russia may be the hour
before the dawn uf the glorious ligh*.
of civil and religious liberty, The
peo'.K' of other ' nations have had
there struggles for liberty and their
baptisms of blood perhaps not so severe
as that of Kussia and in the end have
always triumphed.
Tlie American Smelling and Ru lining company has announced that the
company's employees iu Colorado
plants will receive each year, beginning
Jan Italy I, 190ti, a bonus equal to 5
per cent of the unliual earnings of
each. This bonus applies to all em-
plOyeot below till) grade of foreman,
who have been employed for 48 weeks
I by the company, and the only barring
, condition , are participation in strikes
or disturbances. The bonus will be
paid irrespective of whether tho company makes a profit or not. It i.s
frankly stated that the purpose of the
plan is to secure a close, bond between
tho company and its employees and it
js gonurally believed that it will so re-
" i suit.   It is said that the company con
M,        t,i     r  .       I*- templates, in the near future, extend*,
etnoer-i of the   Labor   Union   in '
tr , - ,  .       ,,     ! ing the bonus plan to all its  employ-
Vancouver are doing some plain talk- <     " ' r   '
•     . , ,,. ,      ,   .  .    I cfes throughout the United States aud
ing about how public works ate being! r
carried on in that city.     Ar. anomaly1     *-'x";(,■
in civic management has been brought   _»•*»«.•_«—««.,"««<««««_«_i
tt> ligiit wlnre it cost 1128 to   super,      The beer   that   made Milwaukee
intend a job on whioh the pallor  cost t anions for Sole an   Ilu. Waldorf.
♦"■J. Th_iVr..i.   Herald $_.oo
Lawyers in Kootenay, Mho are
said not to show tho respect for
judges, the dignity of the Bench do-
i.lands, should take warning from
tho fate of a Darmstadt Counsel who
Was fined $10 for looking at thu
judge in "a highly di-icspectful
tnanncr. " Of what kind of superior
clav are judges made anyway!
Patents have been ta'cen out by s
Tonueeseo inventor for tho production of turpentine from sawdust and
chopped up slabs at the rate of two
gallons per ton of sawdust. Methyl
alcohol is likewise obtainable by tin-
process It is estimated that a mill
cutting (10,000 feet of lumber per day
can thus save $52 net profit per day
out of what is now waste.
Clark's  Furniture   $tore
Undertaker   and   Furniture    Dealer
Mail orders promptly attended to
Bihqii Street,        -        -        Ymi
Ag.-nt for Kootei.av .Steam Laundry.
 Iu rear of Post olliee.	
F. Saunders, Prop.
To come to Nelson for your Xmas Jewelry, as we are t*ivin.,
exceptional values this month. Qtir store will h_ open everv
evening, ami in case your traini« late, a postal froin you will
prevent the store from being closed vyhen ..m arrive. If you
cannot visit us personally yqur mail rjnjer rill be apnreoiat-
c(j, and will receive prompt and careful .Mention. Parcel
will be sent on approbation to responsi ie persons. Our
gqods are the best quality, and lowest pri .• s.
J. Of  Patenaade,
Manufacturing Jeweller, \Vatchm_i. rand Optician
PHONE 293,     NELL )N> B- C*
TheKind You Would Like
Od Settlers Maple#n(,er3-
ocolates, Bon
Iferous to men1
" "' 1i?/Ej-
The Vmir Herald having changed
hands, all accounts due on the 1st
Nov. l!)0o, should be paid to the un
dersignecj by .whom all outstanding
liabilities ou that date will   be   paid
All advertising and other   accounts
contracted after the 1st Nov. are pay*-
able to J.N.   McDonald who  is  al
solely responsible for all liabilities  in
curred after that date
Poroy     Gleazer.
W L__k!5 I
The comfortable, wayis via  ih_
Close connections  for all   points  East,
and West with 2 Hodern Ovarii 11
Trains in eit.her direction daily
^or detai-ed informattan address I. WHITNEY,   Passr-mgei*
Trlfic M;r , St. Paul Minn, ,.r    S.G.   Yerkes A.G.P A   Seattle
Wash S.S. Dakota sails from Seattle  for thn Orient March 12
S.*_. Minnesota sails from Seattle for the Orisent Feb. 1 19I*I,J
ie Mutual Life Insurance Company of N. Y.
Has Assets Exceeding $400,000,000.
A policy in it is the siifest investment known to man.
fash invested infLife Insurance is cash invested that   will
r turn compound interest.
AU successful business men cany large amounts of lii'1
isurance.    It provides for the family, protects a man in hi.*-
Id age, and protects his other investments.    For   rates on
11 y form of life insurance apply to:
Percy J, Gleazer, Local Agent
U. S. T. Rons, Secretary
First-class Difling R0011
Rest brands of Wine
Liquors and Cigars.
Second Ave.
Finlay McLbod, President,
Pehct Gt-BAZBB, Secretary.
A   B, Buckwouth, Treus.   '
HOTEL. . .
leadquarters for /lining
and Commercial Men
Most comfortable hotel in the die-
riot.   Everything first-claim.
American and European plan.
Opposite Courthouse and   new   Y ift
office,   Best 25 -. meal   in   town
European and American plan.
Only   white    labor    employed
First clous bar.
Headquarters for Mining
Bar supplied   with  best bin.
winfes, liquors and eigaro.
Fii-rr Avrnui.
.  -ii ..-.-■  -,--.-"", -■-.-.: -.-.-: -
I '.
Templeman    a   Favorite!
The   .Montreal   Herald   editorially
suggests that senator   Ten.pieman  of
Victoria 1). C.   should   be   appointed
ininistiit- of inland/ revenue and   that
Hon. L.  P. Ill-odour, the  present   in-
pi.nbent of that   olliee,   should   take
fiver thodi. paim.ent of   iii'irint!   and
The  IJeruld    strongly   emphasizes
the fact that there is a growing   feel-
jng that the west should at once ue«
pure inci-iias cd representation in lho
In Montreal liberal circles it is gen-   ...,s 	
prally conceded that (Jueb.ep wil]   have  whether or not it is proved by develop
to forego one of its portfolios   and  the  ment that the mineral    hearting   veins
ftlitintf   „...,..:—    — .--■---    -        ■   ■ values   to     a
 ^^^^^^^^ .  practically nothing in the way of mining deyel ■
i ***Hi*r. 'ri  -..'
Tho permanency of Cobalt as a mining .
ca'iip has not- yet been   demonstrated, |
unlit i.s   therefore practically   irnpos*
sible to arrive at    even     an approxi-l
mate valuation of  the field.    Ii i.s un I
derstood that for ore.   carrying   silver
tlioro has been a     market   return   of
about a dollar a p.,.mil on ad that  has
I been shipped   so far und nre   is   now
being consigned to the   dump   which
will in many casus run as   high   as    a
|ii*ndred dollars a ton.    There his al
ready been an  outlay   of   some forty
thousand dollars for mining machinery
The sqcoesi of the field as n permanent
mining ca:np will   however, depend on
almost   unanimous  opinion   is    that I maintain their present
the new minister, to succeed   the   late considerable depth.    So far
Hon.     Haymond    Prvfontaino .l.otil.i
come from British Columbia*
 ■—— ■
What is  Porphyry?
Porphyry refers   to various  kuiils of
Compound   rock   having     a  basis  in
whieh   the      other   coi.teiiiporiineo..s
constituent piuib are imbedded.    I'he
base   is   sometimes  claystone,   lurn-
stone.compa.t feldspar or jade, pitch-
Slone, pearl stone an.l  obsidian.    The
imbedded  parts are ordinarily oribo-
cluse feldspar and  i|iiartz,    the former
in   more     or less     iii>tii.et   crystals.
There arc   porphyries    of   different
ages, One variety isfoii.nl    graduating
into granite  anil yuciss, but  this does
pot possess the   characteristics   of tho
rock in   the  highest    peifeetion.     Au-
Dllier Is found lu overlying strata und
Unconformable to other rocks, whieh is
tl.e true porphry. Jts Dolor is often
red or green and When polisl.ed.il is
valuable for ornamental uses.
opmeut has heon done, There is not
a shaft sunk below trje level qf two
hundred feet from the surface, and ir.
the majority of cases the mines have
not been proved to a depth of fifty
feet holders being busily engaged in
extracting values at ..r near tliu fn*r-
Ring Out Wild Bells
Ui.ig out wil 1 bills io tlie w.l I -.:<-,-.
The Hying cloud, lhe. frosty light:
'i'he year is dying in the night:
King oui, wild bells, mid let In.,, die,
Hu.g out ihe old, ling in the new,
King, happy bells, across lhoanow;
Thu year is going, let bin; go-
Ri:.g out Uie false, tjrig in the true.
King oui tl.e grief that saps t|ie mind,
For those that here we sec nq more;
King out tl.e feu.I of rich and poor
King in redress io all mankind.
Ki ng out a slowly dying cause,
A.id ancient forms of party strife;
Ki...; in the nobler modes of Iiii,
With sweeter manners, purer laws-
King (,iil tne want, lho care, tha sin
Tl.e fail bless coldness of the ti lues;
King out,   ring out,  my   mournful
Kill ring the ftl-lcr minstrel in.
King out false pride in phieu and blood
The civic slarder and tho gpite;
King in the love of truth and right,
King in Hie common love of good.
King out old   .shapes of foul disease;
King .nil tbe n.irrowin-_ Iml of gold
King ...ll the thousand years of old
King in the thousand years of  peace.
Kin,; in Ihe valiant  man   and free,
Tl.e larger heart, tl.e kindlier hand:
Rllljj o.ll the darkness of the land,
King in   Ihe Christ that is lo bo.
The Amethyst has been
referred to as tlie " Matronly Jewel "—and the
epithet is undoubtedly
The new Diamond Hall
has an unusually ex. ended range of ' methyst
Brooches, Pendants,
Kinys, -\ecklets, etc.
One Brooch of compelling beauty consists
of a lar*;a Amethyst surrounded with 30 Whole
Pearls—the price bping-
$32, postpaid.
r>vr_.R bros.
 LliyilTEO r—
134-138  YONGE ST.
TOBONTO   -  QflT.
Lithium is tha lightest of know,,
inctals, its specific  gravity   being but
.0.)!!.    Osmium is thn   heaviest  known
metal having a specifio gravitj of ii b.
Hold      lias a specifio gravity ot I9.fi.
Skating on Sunday.
A committee of ministers,   from tl.e
Lord's   Day Alliance     in   llossland
waited 011 VV. J.  Nelson,  manager  of
the skating rink, and   requested  that
the board of directors should in future
close thu 'ink, so  far as skating exercises    aro   concerned,   on   .Sunday
afternoons.   Tho ministers oontended
thap, apart inn tliJinn-t!   ii..:» of
the    question,   the   opening   of the
rink had   the elf.et   of lessening   the
attendance   at  Sabbath schools    to
some extent, and   that it   also other-,
wise   injuriously     affected    Sabbath
work and exercises.
-Mr. N'elson   addressed   a letter  to
the diieetors stating   tbo facts  111 the
case, and one   of the   director.-,   sent.
in the following reply! '* My convict um
is thut tlm rink being open on Sunday
afternoon should   be encouraged  by
the ministers    The men and women
llie rink |a_^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^n
Would    probably   not go to   Sunday   ( Jo tO M1KN FlVllull's f (M"
scho.il anyiiay,  and the    women,   by
their presence there aro no   doubt re-  iilH' f'lllCy Jllltl   fuslliojl-
spousibll* fol   rriHr.y young n.en spend      1 1
ing their afternoon in lnjiikhy exercise '"''*"'
und .f \..u deprive them of the oppor*
tunity they   limy drift   into   assOcia I '~
tions   much   less   beneficial   to tbcm (|;|(c
from a health | oiui of view, and that
should be taken on broad   grounds by   „_^_„
the  ministers.    J   must   request that I
no ohange   of poliey    l.e adopted   in
this regard   without  the    sanction of
the board in meeting assembled.
Wholesale and Retail
ma.il orders receive pron.pt attentioi
Spokane Falls &
Northern Ry.
'I1   > 1 .-      all   rail   route    betwren !
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson,   Grand   Forks   and   lie-1
' 1
public.    Bufiot ears run between Spokane and Northport, !
'.eave             Daily Train
9.45 11.111 Spokane
11.u,j a. 111        Rossland
7.-J1) a.m            Nelson
'. 1:11(1 ii. 111      Grand Korks
10.00 u.in. I'i ix
7,00 a.m Republic
Christmas is approach jng once more. As usual wean
prepared to -supply your wants, to enable you to show yum
gooil will towards your friends.
Here we carry the most exquisite and up-to-date, ever offered in Ymir, Fancy Goods, consisting of Ladies' and  Genl -
dressing sets, Ladies' work boxes, Baskets, Gloves and Ham!
kerchief sets, Xmas   cards , Calenders, all the leading Poem--,
Toys of all descriptions, Chocolates, Bon Bons and one thou
sand other things too numerous to mention.
Here all is necessary for you is to call for what you wain
We carry a full stock of Fresh and Wholesome Groceries.
Nuts, Grapes, Oranges, Bananas and all the tjelicacies that gr
to 111 ike up a dinner, that will cause Joy and Merriment, We
cannot be surpassed by any, and equalled by few in Koot-
We have just received a shipment of fancy Ties, Glove-
and Tailor-made Suits. For a little money we can fit yp;:
out 111 the very latest styles.
Tlie only piacc in town where Johnston' s Clothing am!
Bell's Shoes are obtainable. 'j
Prices on all lines defy competition
ti.L'O    ■ .111
5.1S p.m
8.ib p.m
•1 28 p.m
8 (" ■ m.
6.80 ■  ni
Fancy goods and Christmas presents 25 per cent of?
thing new t]U(\
up io
alij   _?__:__   tiuvxie
Seattie,    Tftcoma
St. Paul,   Chicago,   i\ew
York, and
Cobalt Mining District.
Tlie CV.Iiiili raining district, which Imi
i-ii'iiti-.l M. 11111 <.-11 int.rest of late, nml
Which IV..1.1 pii-sc.it indications will
outrival the fao'sined Yukon m re*
ynr.ls ihe bnnual value of its product*
[•situated about a hundred miles
from North Bay, in Ontario, uud
on the lino of the Teminkamjiif* and
Northern Uailwi-f. Shipments from
the district to date, together tvith
oro stacked ready for transportation t,
An Atl u
The Great Northern llnilway lin*
Issued .... Atlas pf Dll pages oontain-
in_ up-.tod.ite ni.i] s ut' Iowa, .Wis.
cousin, Minnesota, North aud. -South
Iiul.,it..', Montana, Idaho, Washington
I.riiisli Columbia, Oregon, Kaunas,
Missouri, Nebraska, Wyoming, Col*
orado, Alaska, Hawaii, Japan,
Philippine Islands, Jlium, the United
ritaii's ond of the Wprld        ..,
In addition to ilu*. the Atlas con
tains valuable .statistical iiiformation
relative to ii..' states named abi^Vn, i-,
printed on the ve. y be'st quality of
paper,.shows tlio linos of .the' ureal
Northern Hail way, and is in , eve Mr
way a commendable work,
This Atlas will l...   distributed   ai
Best   Meals  on   Wheels
At The
-Jcweliy, cut GJ.a_s, Toilet articles, at prices that nre right
Dolls, Stationery, Souvenir Post-cards, of Ymir Vicinity, Sen
Our line of Post-cards 0 for 2.">e, See Our Alarm clocks $1 up
--ee our line of C&fving sets, from $3.'.0 up also .Scissor-
Pipes, Tobacco Pouches, Cigar casos, cigar Holders etc, Trv
a Box of our Xmas cigars, makes a suitaliie prusefit for a
Fresh ( hocolates !   Fresh
Appes, Oranges, Jap I ir nges, Lemons.
com     id see our goods      ore buying filsewhi'iv.
; '   !1
0   FAr
L last ;
Wi__» -"ortniial* In
netad able to tiyt
a""__ fi»« eflb
*»pn» for Ii.oo. or i
■bout the ptfaTo^oo;;
£ lh.**0"1"*1   "-"'-i
brim wilh  Ui.   but 0|
lho smeltei, will total sivoraf million the actual cost of production anil wil
be sunt to any iddross iijain reoeipj
Of $1.00 Aildr'iM., R I W.,,.,,,,.,
PrtMonaer   I'rdfflo   -Mamigor,    _ftw.li)
dollars, with every prospoct of (noresD
ilif; 1111 the iiit.tu.'ta'li .11 of   rmii'liini'i-y       	
• • 1       •  • .    .    I i''U>soni'er    rr.illiu   .Mami"(>i*      (',
•nd wore improved   raining  mot hods. I %__,___,£,., ,-,,,       ';   ." '.',,.{A
' rsoitllt'rii H.ul'vay, Ht  PSUlj Minn
I'or rntes, folders ami full Information
regarding trips, call on or address au
agent of tho S. F. it N. Railway, or
0. 1-ri & I" A. 0, P. AT* A.
Bpokane      "io W. Riverside Av,
HERALD    .___._
S_£jS_?i '•■*• World In
tsrs:^ ,or,5 f"s»»'oi
llie firmer nd for Ih.
Houeewile; SundeTreedla.
ime coniplele itorr iicl
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