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3     NOV 9-1805   _C_
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ERALD
Vol. 2~m- 24.
YMIK, B. C, SATI RDAV, XOy.
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1905,
Price Five Cents.
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| LOCAL ITEMS!
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Malcolm McAuley returnee) this
-.ieek from a visit to Spokane.
Mrs. Stewart returned this week
from New Westminster, greatly improved in health.
-Some good skating was enjoyed
this week on thu small hike at tho
north-west end of town.
-Frank Fletcher P. L, S., is engaged
on a survey of the Union Jack group
pf claims on Porcupine creek.
Halloween this year passed off very
quietly, last years expedience proving
u valuable lesson to the boys.
About half the crew ....ployed at
tin- Porto Rico Lumber mill has been
laid off, and the saw is only run half
llinor ,
MesiBrs. Parr ami JSbrthridge*
Dt the Tamarac mine, have about 120
tons of ore ready fo) immediate shipment;
Napoleon Dehurnais hus taken a
leuse and bond on.the Ari/,ona mine,
tin' price being fixed at tho sum of
I?I .,000.
T. H. Atkinson hus started suit for
the recovery of the insurance on his
property which wus burned just a
year ago.
J. N.   McDonald   returned from
Nelson this week, where l.e has been
nn   inmate   of   the   Kootenay Lake
Hospital, ,
Dr. Mecklenburg, the famous eye-
*|i"C'!alist, i.: expected lo bo'Tn-1'e today
(Saturday), and will be found nt the
ih ng store.
The frosty weather has only allow-
ihe hydraulic giant, at Hall, to be
worked a few hours per dny during
the past week.     >'
Tho \ mir Civilian Rifle Associa-
l.i i.i isjt/j di-ibt'.i lil, | and a meeting
has been called for that purpose, to he
held on Monday next.
Mrs. McEwen, wife of Professor
McEwon, the great hppnotist and
picstidignteur, is in town on u visit
to her mother Mrs. Kneel.ind
Tho creditors of S. McKay, who
operated the saw mill on Porcupine
creek, huve received a distribution of
eighty-three cents on the dollar.
Dan MeLeod, one of Vinir's best
musicians, is about to join the ranks
of the benedicts, He leave*? this
wock for Harrison Springs, where IliS
intended bride resides,
J. J. Hudd, manager of the Ark
Mining und Milling Co, reports that
everything is progressing satisfactorily at the Ark inino and that * considerable tonnage of ore in now in
sight;
Jack McMwtors has just vuo.eo'-ed
in safely delivering at the Second He
lief mine a boiler weighing over live
tons, The boiler wus loaded on one
wagon drawn by eight horses, and
trip of fourteon miles was accomplished in a day and a half;
The ladies of tho Presbyterian
l'l.mch have arranged for* house so*
iii.1 to bo held on the evening of
Thursday Nov Oth, at tho residence
of Mrs. A. H, Tut.16. There will bo
si i ml novel features, including u
Fine Art gallery, whom reproductions
"f a number of   world-famous  works
0 . it will be found.   There will  he
Un ' nil-go for admission, but a silver
.     ition will be taken up, the pro*
1 ! of which ..re to devoted to re-
1     ng the church,
The Hunter V* Mine.    I   The New School Act,
The output from the *Ji||iter V.
mine for the month of October was
probably tl.e best in tlie history of
the property. Over J100 tons were
shipped of ore averaging'jf7 per mu,
Cost of freight aid treatment of tllis
ore is £-1 DO per ton, while mining ,i nd
tramming does not exceed $1.00 per
ton, making the net profits -?*l..r>Q or
nearly §6000 for the month. Qut of
this the Hall .Mines Co, which is
operating the property on lease, has
to pay a royajty to the i>. C. Stan*
dard Co,
At present there are seventeen men
employed on the property and il.e'''
is every probability that work will he
continued through.mt the winter, as
in ll.e Double Standard, from which
the output is now being drawn, the
work is underground-
A Family  Affair,
The Ymir Dramatic Club made iis
first appearance of the season Ins!
Thursday in the above named comedy.
The play itself is n very amusjug ,
piece and some of the situations are
side splitting. Mr. Frank Saunders
nnd Miss Clark wero very l|appy in
their parts, as were Miss Kcet'e ami
Mrs. Kullir.'l.am. .Messrs. McKoii.ii
nnd Mclnnis doubtless did Well also
but their efforts wore'marred by the
fact that much that thoy said «
unhear'd buck of the first half d ._on
rows uf seals This is of course largi -
ly due to the very poor acoustii I
properties of lho hall, which is always hard to speak in on that ad*
coi'i.t. The hearty and spontaneous
laughter of the audience proved how
ever that tl.e humour of thesituai ons
was generally gathered, One of the
junior performers created great
amusement by emphatically "jumping
his job" in the middle of an act,
Miss Carney nnd the Misses Juliet)
contributed solos and instrumental
selections during the intervals and it
goes without saying that these were
of high order, and properly npprcciut
ed as such. Tho school children also
sang n chorus and p eriormeil a maze
march with due regard to thu gravity
of the occasion.
Refreshment, were served in the
ante room afterwards while tlie hall
wus cleared for a dance. The pro
ceeds of tl.o entertainment will be devoted to clearing up tho debt incurred oil the incidental expense account
nf the Vmir school. The school
trustees wish to thank all those who
took part in Ihi programme* for their
generous assistance,
-    Tl.e   Pirn in .iai   government    has
sent out eirculpr :' ir the instruction of
I sch.ml trustees under the new Act,
and as to the piethod of raising the
necessary funds. Tho principal pro:
visions for lurid 6oh .ols are ns follows:
"Any sum rcf|uii'i d l.y any Rural
School District iu further, payment of
teachers' salaries, ovei and above the
sum provided by tl.e Provipce, and
any sum required for other school
purposes during Ihe yenr. including,
without limitation by reus"', of such
particularity, thp purchase oi improvement of school grounds, tin purchase
erection, repair, furnishing, rent, care
and insurance of school houses and
out buildings; tj.e purchasf of fuel,
light, prescribed mips, apparatus and
books (fpr the use of indige .i pupils),
ihe payment of interest acci ing dur*
ing il.e year on money that as been
borrowed, or tlmt may be ' irrowec),
any indebtedness on account of such
■ l.jects previously int-urnd, 'l.e ex*
• i*.,' of cpnveying children to .school
:n cases where by law it is provided
t any such expenses ...ay be in*
curred, contingencies or unforse. n expenses, nnd personal expenses in ur
red by the Trustees in tlm execution
of their trust, when sanctioned in
writing by tho Council of Publio Instruction, together with any ciln.- ex
pensBb required   for   providihg   an
The Ymir  Mine,
Oliver Wethered, of London, a
director of the London and II. C.
c.mpaiiy and also of tl.e Ymir company, left for England -Sunday morning after spending several weeks visiting the various interests of tl.e com*
pany in Kooiepay and conferring
with the managers. .Seen by a member of tho Daily News -stall just before his departure Mr. Wethered said:
"Ves, T am leaving for home this
morning. I have .isitc.l every properly in which we nre interested, I
nm glad to say that I have found the
most encouraging signs everywhere,
so muiill so that I tun inclined to take
a rather optimistic view of lhe company's prospects.
"There i.s no longer any doubt
about lhe future of the Vjnir mine
Tl rp is a big shoot of good ore in
ll.e No. 5 level und malinger Hand is
ceituiii now uf finding it also   ill    tl.o
No 0. Development work will be
carried on there now nn a bigger
scale than eve-.
Want C. P. R. to   Extend
to Coast.
from (.iiv nl' Spokane.
Spokane's first  thought   regarding
the proposed rood   between   Boiling*
. j ham ami Spokane   is   thai    it   might
form an alliance with tin    road now
which
will connect Spokane with the C'.ina-
liuii System,   Tlmt   tb.    (.'    J'    l{.
VMIR   BUSINESS  CIIIH:
ASSAVIN.;.
K. VV. WlddowBou.
lillOKKIIAlli:  ASp   INSUKAKl.'K.
Percy J. Gleuzer.
Birrm.K.
John Phi Inert.
DHV   liOOUS   AND    GENTS   Kl UMSIIIM-:
1). Campbell.
DesBrisay Jobbing Co.
pltuqs,
_. Tl.e Canada Drug ami H >ok (,' ..
FI'ltNITl'IlK    I.EAI.KK.
William Clark.
U'tOCBItlES.
U, Campbell.
DesBilsay Jobbing Co.
hotels.
Cosmopolitan—John Breau.
iMcl.i'o.l Ilou.se—Finlay Mcl.uod,
Miller House—8, Miller.
I'iiIiicb—Tait .t Ruddy.
Vancouver—Owen Boyer,
Waldorf—George Colmaii.
Ymir—j. VV. Masterson.
IIaiii.maiie
V. _. T. Koss.
I.AHIES    11 RNUUISra    A*(!i    Mil.'. ■<;;
Mrs. Juhn MoLood-
5.IMN.I   ItKCOKPKIl
I'l'iey .1   (ik-i./.er.
.HINTING.
Herald Publishing Co.
STAII'INEIIV.
I). Campbell.
TBAII3TE1I3
Hun-haw & Wilson.
Jacks oi: iV l.eidij.
AI.-x. Oddie.
Tobacco ut
Miles Mo Inula
I 'NMEI1TAKKI'.
William Clink.
whioh is directly   in tore ted   iu   the
■. liiitniuini.' an ellici.mt   Hohool,   inav
, ,       •     , ...   ...   q i    ".being built by I).   C,    Corbin,
be determined upon   by   the   School I
Utistrict at a meeting  ha ing  power
to vote moneys and any amount so|
determined upon shall; v, .- rlic or not
h several pu.puses be specified, be
assessed or levied iu r< spect of real
ond personal property md income.
"An annual meeting I ..• the election
of School Trustees shall be held in all
Rural School |ii*iiict* ni il.e Tburs:
day full..wing the second Monday in
January in every yea.*-,
A peison snail nol   be entitled  to
vote nt any school meeting; en an**
question whatever inloss he shall be
a rnte payer, either a resident in   the
District, or    a   nun-resident   therein
owning property in the District, or
tho wife of ii re* lent or nun resident
rnlep.iy ir, un.lit.less ho shall have
paid ull District School rates imposed
upon him for the then preceding year,
in case any shall have been imposed.
Chinese, Japanese and Indians shall
not vote.
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ft is reported that the mixed train
service under which Vmir is now suf*
fering, is to bn again done uw-iy with,
and the passenger train put on again
about the 1st, December. It is also
reported that the new sorv ice will be
made speedier and more efficient than
ever before, llie purpose being to compote with the new 0. P. R «<-''<-*-ule
from Kootenay to the coast-
An Irishman  obtain.d permission
from his employer to attend  a  wedding     He turned up next  day
his arm in a sling and black eye;
"Hallo I what Is the matter" asked
his employer-
Well you see, I saw » f«l|lJW slrut
ring aroun with a sw.llow.tuil coat
B|.d ll while waistcoat. And who
^ht you bel se, I".'"- thn best
matt' SOS 1.61 And, begotrah, he
was;
with
notice. ::
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A cross marked   in   this' I
•  n i   ''
spued Indicates that;;
; ;your subscription is in  ar-;;
reat1 nnd wo would l»»* glad! j
i ■
! to limr   from  you   If yoU !
• ■      ,  ;:
•wish to Imve it continued. ;;
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Hotel Arrivals
MoL-OD Hotki.:—
K. 0, Windson, Nelson;
\V. Q.iRoss, Vancouver;
J, McDonald, Nelson;
W. F. Mcl'hio, Nelson;
W. J. Nelson, Nelson.
Cosmopolitan HotW,:—
Ralph llilligass;
Mrs. NV. Oliver;
Robt, II. Siebkor, Krio.
Wa.OOKF Hotki.:—
II  Hurris, Erie;
\V. Gray and wife, Salmo;
VV. H. Caulcy and wife, Halmo;
F. h-orim*, Nolson;
_f, VV. Hwaniiell, Nelson.
Corbin rond, will be content after
getting lo this side of the line to stup
ut Spokane, many do not believe.
Great Northern ofljoial have made
the assertion that Mr. < rbiii ..ml the
Canadian Pacific cannot ;ivo Spokane
the better /night rales : okanohopes
to receive when this line is finished,
if it does n .1 go on - the coast.
They admit, however, tti.it if tl.o line
is extended through B| nun to tidewater .Mr. <'m bin and I < allies will
have the power to give Spokane any
freighl rates they choo  ..
The Spokane it- international,
which is Mr Corbiii's i.'ii road, now
well under construction, leaves the
Crow's Nest brunch of the C, l*. |{.
and comes in a southerly direction
down the Moyie n've. to Spokane.
Wiso ones, ever since wm l< commenced on this line, finvc said I li.it. the
Canadian Pacific would not stop at
Spokane, out would tin I i terminal
either at Portland by building down
the Columbia river , uf on the Sound.
No.iv comes the determination of Bel*
lingl.nm lo huve u i- id to Spokane,
ami lho first thought is that tho most
natural thing for Mr. Corbin and his
backers if he has any, or whoever
they may be, is t" co-operate with
the llellingliain id Spokapo raid.
Some go even so fur .is to suggest that
Mr. Corbin has started the movement at liellingl.ui..
Mr. Corbin is iu the Kusl. and is
expected buck next month.
Fire Brigade Signals,
Fire chief Mcli.nis has prepared the
following signals for handling the fire
alarm: Steady ringing menus firo
Une stroke (pause) two strokes (pause)
three strokes, means a call for help to
handle the hoso when drying and
reeling it up after UM.
CHURCH NOTICE.
Phksiivtkumi. Ciitiiirii—H u ti d a y
School and Rible Class, Id s. in.
Evening service, H. Jfi.uii;* Peoples' Six'iety meets on i'ridny evening
at fi o'clock. All are welcome. Hev
VV, G. Ho-**, Pastor
LODGE REGISTER
Y.M 111 LODGE No.31 A. J', a A
M Meets first Friday in eacl
month. Visiting brothers welcomed.
.I.,..*. MoVioaii, VV. M.
Pbiicv .). Glpazrr, Secretary
Y.MII! LODGE Nu. 82   K.   of   P,
Meets first ami third Monday in
each month. Visiting brothel
welcomed.
CiiaIii.i:s Aiii-iiiii.ii.ii, I'  ('.
.Ion*. (J L'kwar, K. R. .5: S,
YMIR HIVE, LADIES OF  TIIJ:.
MACCABEES,      Meets    second
..ii.I fourth Tuesday in each month.
I. M.l.i.01.  I,. C
1,. I'.'rKviOiiTii, li   K.
VMIR
DRUG   £  ORE
For one week only
SPECIAL BARGAINS
in
Toilet Articles, Pocket Hooks, Chute-
lines.
Full line of Drugs and Patent Mi iii
cine*,
Got our prices ou Stationery and
School Supplies,
Don't forget to tryjour Hook Exchange
Good reading for the long winter
evenings
J. C. ELLIOTT,  Prop.
WALDORF
HOTEL. . .
Headquarter* ter niniiij.
an'i Commercial Men
M"-i 'inni ble hotel In the dis*
triit     Everything I'u- t-.-hs-
VM.i.     i-    ,
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___m OUR WORK
is always well done. Watch Repairi -g-.done
^y experts. Jewelry Repairing, Manufacturing and Engraving is done by first class workmen. Prescription work in Optics is done by
an experienced Optician. A piece of an old
lensissufficient to enable us lo replace it. New
Classes can be fitted perfectly'. Send Tor our
new Jewelry Catalogue,
J. O.   Patenaude, ♦ H t . Y   ,
Manufacturing Jeweller, vVatchmakerand Optician.lt  ■ 1"***-**'1     a MM"
PHONE 293.     NELSON- B C*       $
Vancouver
Hotel
Fit's! -class Dining ii'mnii.
BesI brands of Wines
Liquor**; anil Cigars.
OWEN  BOYER Prop.
Second Ave
YMII.
The Cold
WEATHER
*** -►■H-M'-M'-f-M'-M-M-f-.*)^ *****
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The   Royal   Family   and rt    . ,     __      .. „,
~,   .    _   .     . __ Clark's   Furniture   Store
Their Animal Pets.
WILLIAM CLARK
Undertaker   and   I'u ini tun-     l>
Mail orders promptly attended t
Ulil.'.I S'l'IIKCT,
COHPANY Ltd.
A picture that at present is the
talk of all England is entitled:
'•Queen Alexandra, Her Grandchildren, and Dogs." Wo have seen a
sample of this famous picture repro
du.ed, nnd it certainly is a charming
aiid interesting subject. As usual,
li.e Km.lily herald and Weekly Star
of Montreal, always on the lookout
f'ir the latest aud l.est, hare secured j
tl.e American right*-, and   their    sub*'
embers tins season are in for the WATER SUPPLIED l-'O
treat of their lives. The picture must
l.e seen to be appreciated. It shows
'i>uceii Alexandra, iiccoiiipunictl by
her three grandchildren, Prince Ed*
ward, future King of England; Prince
Albert, Ids brother, and their sister
Princess Victoria, all on u visit to
tho Royal Kennels, The pictures of
t)ueen nnd grandchildren are excellent
and tho lovely collies nnd hounds are
reproduced true to life. I., is cer
t.iinly the best, tl.e Family Herald
has ever offered its renders, and there
is bound to he a big demand for it.
The publishers have also issued a book-
entitled:    "The Farmer's .Manual and
Veterinary Guide." that   our   fanner i
readers  would   do   well    t..   enquire
about.     A sample   may   he   seen   in
lllis office, or full particulars may   le
had by writing to the Family II.-raid
..tlice.    No farmer should overlook it.
All subscribers receive  lhe    beautiful
picture absolutely free.
Tin* Best Men Is
Ami Accommodation
In Town.
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|| A fine selection of Wines, |       Humps Oil Ollf back.      But   Olir    feet    {_._'-
■,,,,'jl     Li«mo.^ui Cigars.    ! hands a)^:sure to be warm because we carry
ymih IJ w. maste.-so'n,   p.op. f (-]le moiil ui) to date Shoes,  Rubber,., German
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Socks, Mitts and (iloves ever ottered m imn.
YMIR water WORKS 14++w+m4m+Tmim*j Witli eacli of the above articles Ave give apotir
I   MILLWOOD.   I tive guarantee to give satisfaction  or   money
refunded. In addition we carry a full and
11 complete line of Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats}
Underclothes, Umbrellas, Sweaters, Cardigan
Jackets, anything and everything you require
to face the cold and dreary winter. Men,
Boys and Youths will find our price, qualify
tivul lit right, always rigid.
Delivered nnv
DO*   . ,      .   ,
place in town.
MESTIC   AND     FIRE   "
purposes  undejrU     Stove Lengths
Oil    POUNDS     PEES- \4  Dry $1.35. Green $1.00.
SURE,
V. fi. T. Muss, .Secretin'
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MILLER HOTEL
SAM  MILLER, Prop.
Headquarters for Mining -Men
Hal*   supplied   with   best bran.is of
wines, liquor*, ami cigars,
Per Gart Load.
Now is the time to put in
a -,'00(1 supply.
Porto  Hico
Lumber Co, Ltd.
*+*+**^*+***~4**+***4+*
I
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""i Mm, ii.
MINERAL ACT.
(roii.M K.)
Ceri I lieaie of Iniproi'etrients.
Notice.
Illne t^ini rl K. Iiov.r, New York
Central. Mineral Zone nnd (.'union
l-'riictionul Mineral Claims siluatml in
llie Nelson Mlulng Division of West
Kootenay Distrioi,
Where loo..teil:—On Jubilee Moiin*
ul.. about two miles from Vmir.
TAKE NOl'ICK iiinl I, K. C.
(irecn, acting as ageut for A. It Peters Freo .Miner's Certllloule No li.
61,901, and I''. B. II. Bonter l-'n-r
Miner's Certillento No. II. 61,902, i-.i
Und, fluty days from tlie datn horeof,
jo apply to tlio Mining Kucoul.-r for ..
Oertllloato of Improvement*, for tliu
purposo of obtaining a Crown (IfHiil
..I il..' above elulnis,
And f.niii.'. ink.'....'ice lluil notion,
1.1.der ieotlon'67, 11111*1 bo oominoi.otiil
i-i lore tin' Issuance nl sued Certllloati
I.. Iinproveoienis.
Dated ibis iwetity.ulglit day ol July,
li. l'.nj.i
,\. V, 0.   (il .,
Nelson, I). C.
Ym ii ( -i:;< i>
Association.
 MEETS	
AST 'nn i;sii\v in ]■: M 11 MuNTII
I-'im.w McLi'.oii, President.
I'Ki.'iv (li.1:1/1.1;, Secretary.
A    l!.  BuOKWnllTII,  'l'lens.
Spokane Falls &
Northern Ry.
r|* only all rail route between
points eust, west, nn.l south to llossland. Nelson, Grand Forks and Re-
publio. Buffet cars run between Spo
iv.'ine nnd Northport.
D. CAMPBELL
The Mutual Life Insurance Company of N. Y.
Has Assets Exceeding $400,000,000.
policy in it Is the safest investment known to inun.
.CUV.!
0.45 11.111
11 Oo a. 111
T.i'tl 11. in
Daily Train
Spokane
Rossland
Nelson
' I::!.) a 111     lir.'ind Forks
1U.00 11. nn l'boeiiix
7.00 n.ni        Republic
THE YMIR HERALD
AND TMf.
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Silver
Pinltl • refit*
ijv-ou to* thorn-
• ml dollar tire
KtltltlOH «t.
Henl-jr llltli* Sl
_,nf Mclllllei
for .iiitVl.iK eollil
illverwsrs m*-
poMesssd by no
titltf-r concern In
Canada.
eumrr «». Artl»tloilf«l«n*
tn. rmxl-rri him-liliifry. »■"• "*I,llr'' '"""■'
worker*,all undwths direct mptrvlilon ol
nrietleslmetnberi of iiie flrtn, mskesn wi-
ri|i.allcil coinblllallon fur luiiiini out fine
•urk.
■n-riir for illustrated cnWloffll,
WEEKLY
MONTREAL
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iALIi   the    time
BY    USING
GREAT
NORTHERN
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TO
Seattle,    Tacoma
AND ALL
Arrive
d.20 p.n     Cash uivostof] in Life Iu-sni'ance in cash invested that  will
fi.is p.m return colnnounil interest.
8.-15 p.m I
' ''1''1" AH siicc.'ssl'iil business mon carry large amounts of lite
insurance-, li provides for the family, protects a man in hi**
old ap*. ami protects liis other investments. For rates on
any form of life insurance apply to:
Percy J. Gleazer, Local Agent
1 irtion m tnir*? quantity :
iht Sttru of tti*- World in
•tumuli. iTi-d t*.iin : im^i ■■. for
i\.n i«iin_i mid for tlir
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I LOCAL ITEMS i
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Malcolm McAuley returned this
week from a visit to Spokane.
Mrs. Stewart returned this week
limn New Westminster, greatly ini-
pruved in health.
Some good skating was enjoyed
this week on the small lake at the
north-west end of town,
Frank Fletcher P. L, S., is engaged
on a survey of tl.e Union Jack grqup
pf claims on Porcupine creek,
Halloween this year passed off very
rjuigtly, last years expedience proving
u valuable lesson to ll.e boys,
About half the crew (-moloyed at
the Porto Rico number mil! has been
luid off, and the saw is only run halt'
lime: ,
Messsrs. Parr und JTorthridge;
nf the Tamarao mine, havo about Il'O
tuns of ore ready fo) immediate shipment;
Napoleon Deharnaig has taken a
lease and bond on.the Arizona mine,
Ihr price being fixed nt the sum of
1.12,000.
T, H. Atkinson bus started suit fur
tl.e recovery of the insurance on his
property which was burned just a
\ car ago.
J.  N.   McDonald   relumed froin
Nelson this week, where he has been
nn   inmate   of   the   Kootenay Luke
Hospital, ,
Dr, Mecklenburg, the famous eye*
*p"cm!isr, i.* expected to 'be'T.el'e today
(Saturday), and will be found at tlie
.li ug store,
The frosty weather has only alloiv-
I lu* hydraulic giant, at Hall, to be
win ked a few hours per day during
ll..- past weak.
Thn Ymir Civilian llillo Assneia-
li. l isjl) disbii l.i I, | und a meeting
has been called for that purpose, to he
lul.l on Monday next,
Mrs, McEwen, wife of Professor
McEwon, the great hppnolist and
prestidigaleur, is in town on a visit
to her mother Airs. ICneel.ind
The creditors of S. McKay, who
operated the saw mill on Porcupine
creek, have received a distribution of
eighty-three cents on the dollar.
The Hunter V. Mine.
The output from the "iinier V.
mine for tl.e month of October was
probably ll.e best jn tlie history of
the property. Over } 100 tons were
shipped of ore averaging -. 7 per ton,
Cost of freight ar.d treatment of this
ore is £-1 DO per ton, while mining and
tramming does not exceed 81,00 per
ton, making the net profits $4.50. or
nearly §0000 for the month. Qut of
this the Hall .Mines Co, which is
operating tl.e property on le.e;e, has
to pay n royalty to tjip IJ. Q Standard Co,
At present there are seventeen men
employed on the property and ther.-
is every probability that work will rt
contitiued throughout the winter, as I
in ll.e Double Standard, from which
tl.e output is now be ing drawn, the
work is underground.
The New School Act.
Dan MeLeod, ono of Ymir's best
musician*., is about to join the rank!
..f tho benedicts, He leave? this
woeK for Harrison Springs, where h.s
intended bride resides.
•I. J. Hudd, manager of the Ark
Mining and Milling Co, reports that
everything is progressing satisf actor-
Ity at tho Ark mino and that _ con*
siderable tonnage of ore is now in
sight;
Jack McMutors has just suoeeo'ed
In safely delivering at the Second Re
lief mine a boiler weighing over five
ton. The boilor was loaded on one
wagon drawn by eight horses, and
trip of fourteon miles was accomplished ni a day and a half;
The ladies of tho Presbyterian
• lurch have arranged for*- house so*
.ii to ho held on the evening of
Tl u.Hilay Nov Oth, at tho residence
of Mrs. A. II. futile. There will bo
si mil novel features, including a
I'' ■ Art gallery, whore reproductions
of ii number of world-famous works
ti rt will be found. There will he
li ■    .urge for admission, but a silver
i   ' ction will be tnken up, tho pro*
1 " ! of which .ire to devoted  to re-
I      ng the church.
A Famijy  Affair,
Tlie Yinir Dramatic Club made iis
lirst appearance of the .season last
Thursday in the above named comedy.
The play itself is a very amusing
piece and some of the situations are
side splitting. Mr. Frank Saunders
and .Misu Clark woro very happy iu
iheir parts, as were Miss Ke.-t'e and
Mrs. Roth.'.ham. .Messrs. McKci./.,.
and Mi.'Innis doubtless did well also
but their efforts were marred by the
fact ihat much that they said «
unheard hack of the first halt u ..on
...us uf seats This is of course larg. -
lv due in ll.e very poor acoustii I
properties of the hall, which is always hard to speak in on ihat ad«
eni'iit. The hearty and spontaneous
laughter '.I the audience proved how
ever that the humour of the situations
was gene.ally gathered. One of the
junior |" formers created great
amusement : y emphatically "jumping
his job" in the middle of an act.
Miss Carney and tlie Misses Julien
contributed solos and instrumental
.selections during the intervals and it
goes without saying that these were
of high order, and properly appreoiat
ed a« silih. Tho school children also
sang ll chorus and p erforincd a maze
march with duo regard to tlm gravity
of tl.e occasion.
Refreshments were served iu the
ante room afterwards while tl.e hall
was cleared for a dance. The pro
coeds of the entertainment will be devoted to clearing up tlie debt incurred Oil tlie incidental expense account
of the Ymir school, The school
trustees wish lo thank all those who
took part in thi | .-.'gramme, for their
generous assistance,
It is reported that the inixod Irain
lerviue under which Ymir is now suf*
faring, is to be again done awiy with,
and the passenger train put on again
about the 1st, December, It is also
reported that the now sorv ice will be
made speedier and more efficient *.han
over before, .he purpose being to compete with the new C. P- B, schedule
from Kootenay to the ooa.t*
An Irishman obtain, d permission
frcm his employer to attend a wed*
ding     He turned up next  day   with
his -.mi In a iHng »nd U**0** "J*-*
"Hallo I what is the Blatter" asked
his employer-
Well you see, I saw a fellow strut
The Provincial government has
sent out. circular t r the instruction of
school trustees |indur the new Act,
and as to t||e niethe ■ of raising the
necessary funds. The principal pro-*
visions for i uyiil schools ii,re as follows:
"Any sum required by any Rur.il
School District in further payment of
teachers' salaries, ovei and above the
sum provided by tlie Provipce, and
any sum required tor other school
purposes during the year, including,
without limitation by reason of such
particularity, thp purchase or improve,
ment of school grounds, tin purchase
erection, repair, furnishing, . ...it, care
and insurance of school houses and
out. buildings; tj.e purchase of fuel.
light, prescribed maps, appnratus and
books (for ll.e use of indigent pupils),
the payment of interest acci :i..g dur*
ing lhe year on money that us been
burrowed, or that may be b .rrowe.),
1113' indebtedness on account of such
objects previously incurred, the ex*
• use of conveying children to school
:n eases where by law it is provided
that any such expenses may be in*
eurred, contingencies or unforsei 11 expenses, and personal expenses incur
red by the Trustees in tl.e execution
if their trust, when sanctioned in
-niiing by tl.e Council of Public Instruction, together with nay elli-tjr expenses required for providing and
11 dntainintr an efficient, school; may
h-'determined upon by the School
Dristrict at a meeting having power
to vote moneys and any am.'lint so
determined upon shall, t* e the or not
the several put pntes be specified, be
assessed or levied iu n sped of real
and 1 emotnil property md income.
"An annual meeting ' ir the election
of School Trustees shall bo held in all
Rural School District-; ou tho Thurs:
day following the second .Monday in
January in every yea:-,
A pel son  snail ii-.i   1-e  entitled  to
vote at any <cl    meeting; en   any
question whatever inloss ho shall be
a rate payer, either a resident in the
District, or a mm-resident therein
owning property in the District, or
tho wife of a re* -lent or non resident
ratepayer, and'unlets ho shall have
paid ull District School rates imposed
upon him for the then preceding year,
in ease any shall have been imposed,
Chinese, Japanese and Indians shall
not vote.
notice. ;:
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A cross marked  in  this'!
♦ ... 1   * ■
; apace indioatos tlmt,;
■   -     •   • !!
Ivour subscription is in  ar-;!
::
l-i'i'iir nnd wc would bo glad..
: :i
;:Loht'ar  from you   if you;:
:: .      .       '<•
:: wi.sli io lin vi; it continued. ;;
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Hotel Arrivals
The Ymir  Mine,
Oliver Welhered, of London, i\
director of the London aud II. C,
pjmpany and also of the Ymir company, left for England Sunday morning after spending several weeks visiting the various interests of the com*
pany in Koo|cpay and conferring
with the managers. Seen by a member of the Daily News ataft just before his departure Mr. Wethered said:
"Ves, I kin leaving for home this
11101 ning. I have .isited every properly iu which wc are interested. I
11111 glad to say that 1 have found the
most encouraging signs everywhere,
so much SO that I am inclined to take
a rather optimistic view of tho company's prospects.
"There i.s po longer any doubt
about the future of the Y|iiir mine
Tl re is a big shoot of good ore in
tlie No. 5 level and manager Hand is
cei tain now of liu.li.ig it also in tho
No 0. Development work will be
carried ou there now on a bigger
scale than ever.
Want C. P. R. to   Extend
to Coast.
From City of Spokano.
Spokane's first thought regarding
the proposed road betwnen Belling*
ham and Spokane is thai it might
form an alliance with tin road now
being built by I). (.'. Corbin, which
will connect Spokane with tl.e Canadian system.    That   lh.     C     1'     R.
which is directly inters ted in the
Corbin road, will be >■■ iitenl after
getting to this side of the line to st..].
al Spukane, many do not believe.
Great Northern ollioial h.'lvo m.id-i
il.e assertion that .Mr. 1 rbiil and the
Canadian Pacific cannot [ivo Spokane
the better freight rates ri okanohopes
to receive when ihis lino is finished
if it does n.it go of] 1 the coast.
They admit, however, that if tl.o line
is extended through fip . ,mo to tidewater Mr. Corbin and I . allies will
have the power to give Spokane  any
freighl rales they chon   1.
The Spokane _■ International,
which is Mr Corbin's new road, now
well under construction, leaves the
Crow's Nest branch of tlle C, ]'. II.
and comes in a snu.'.-rly direction
down the .Movie rive, to Spokane.
Wiso ones, ever since win k coiunieitc-
ed un this line, have said that the
Canadian Pacific wo..! not stop at
Spokane, hut would fin I a terminal
either at Portland by building down
the Columbia river , ".' on the Sound.
Now comes the determination of Bel*
lingham to hayoa mad to Spokane,
and tho first (hough is that tho most
natural thing for Mr. Corbin and his
backers if he has any, or whoever
they may bc, is to co-operate with
tho llellingham it Spokane read.
Some go even so far as to suggest that
Mr. Corbin has started the movement at Dellinghatii.
Mr. Corbin is iu I he Fast, a nd is
expneted hack next month.
ring afouii with   a
swallow-lnil coat
-_,,_ _ while   -.alltooat.     And   who
-font you bel m  VVm tl.o best
man' sen he;
was;
And)    bcgoirith,
he
MoLbod Hotki.:—
B, 0. Windson, Nelson;
W. (L.1Ioss, Vancouver;
J, McDonald, Nelson;
\V. F, McPhio, Nelson;
.V. J. Nelson, Nelson.
Cosmopolitan IIotw,:—
Ralph Hilligass;
Mrs. W. Oliver;
Itoht, H, Siebkcr, Krie.
V. AtBOB- Hotbi*:-—
II  Harris, Erie;
\V. Cray and wife, Salmo;
W. II- Caulcy and wife, Salmo;
F. Lorlng, Nolson;
j.-, VV. rtwaniioll, Nelson.
VMIR  business crim:
ASSAVINli.
K. W. WIddowBOfi.
nil'lKKIIAI-lL  AMp   INBUlUKt'B.
Percy J. Gleager.
HI TCIIKK.
John Philbert.
DKV   HOODS   ANU    UENTS   Kl IINISIIlNi;*.
I). Garppbel.'.
Dcsllrisuy Jobbing Co.
1HIU.IS,
_ The Canada Drug ami H uk 0 ..
ITUNITl-ltK    I.EAI.KK.
William Clark.
UltOCEIUES.
D. Campbell.
DesBiisay Jobbing Co.
HOTELS.
Cosmopolitan—John Breau,
MeLeod llousn—Finlay Mel I.
Miller House—S, Miller.
Palace—Tait k Ruddy.
Vancouver— Owen Hover.
Waldorf—George Colman.
Ymir—J. AV. Masterson,
Hakdwaiie
U. S. T. Koss.
AliIKS    FURNISIIiaa    ANU    u:i.'.■ < : 1
Mrs. John MoLeod.
.".IIMNH   IIKCOIIDEII
Percy J   Gleo-ser,
I'lllN'I'IMi.
Herald Publishing Co.
STt, lli.NEIIV.
D. Campbell,
]'EA»18TKI|S
Harshaw & iVIIsou.
Jackson »*c l.i'ali).
Alex. O.l.lie.
inn u i-ui.-r
Miles Moliiuls.
IMiKKTAKK.'.
William t'h..'k.
LODGE REGISTER-
Y.M IK LODGE N'.'.'H A. F. ii A
M     Meets lirst   Friday   in   cool
month, Visiting brothers welcomed,
Jons MoVioah, \V. li,
Pgltcv -I, (!i..:a/i:ii. 8ocreta. ,
Y.MI1I LODGE Nn. 32   K,   of   P,
Meets lirst and   third   Monday   in
each   month.      Visiting    brothei
welcoiue.l.
CilARf.ES All.lllli.ll.l., C. C.
.IllllN Q   I'EWAII,  K.   Ii. it S.
Fire Brigade Signals.
Firo chief Mclnnis has prepared the
following signals for handling tho fire
alarm; Steady ringing means lire
One stroke (pause) two strokes (pause)
three strokes, means a cull for help lo
handle the hoso when drying and
reeling it up after use.
CHURCH NOTICK.
I'KBsnvTKitiA!.   CiitJiicii—S u ii d a y
School and   Bible   Class,    IU   a. in.
Evening   service, 8. iT-niiii;* Peo
ples' Society meets on Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. All are welcome. llev
W. O, Koss, Paator
Y.M III KIVB, LADIES OF  TH*
MACCABEES,      -Meets   soi I
nud fourth Tuesday in each month.
I. MoLbod, L C
J..   li.TKllOIITII,   R     Ki
VMIR
DRUG   STORE
For one week only
SPECIAL BARGAINS
In
Toilet Articles, Pocket Hooks, Cl.inclines.
Full line of Hi ugs and Patent Muli
cines,
Got our prices on Stationery and
School Supplies,
Don't forgot to tryjour Rook Exchange
Oood reading for the long winter
evenings
J. C. ELLIOTT,  Prop.
WALDORF
HOTEL. .
Headquarter*; lor Hininjf
an'l Commercial Men
M.'*i ' iiun.. 1 ibiij hotel m the district.    Everything Or 1   Is ■
Ml.'      I'    1
1
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{ IE YMIR HERALD
lii-ln-il ey,erv Siituriliiy ini-1 imiileJ  to an)'
es, or dsllveri.-d liy uurrlux in town.
•.-eripliun--fc-U/) j.rr  aniiiiin, puyalili* It.-ill
SBuliilag riiti--. II.GO j..■ r im-li pur nioplh
* H.:i.ai.ii ean In- luui Ir.un nil kutliBii
1,-uIits in t.i'* _*s*.Pl.l, or "oa.i bo I'liiien-'il
Inni tin* olli'i". g,
!iiii'*ri:iiil   printiax  or   .".'.tv    il'-i-riiMi'iii
on tin- i-r*.'iui.*--iriit .-t-ni.lur'l price..
rriii.i.-j.E.i ny t.ik
ll-.KAI.ll   PUULlSlliNd   rn.MI'ANY
II.   KBABKS,   MAXAOlsn.
SATURDAY, NOV, 4 1905.
he statement given to the press
VI r. Wethered, one of   the   direc-
of tlie Ymir mine, and which is
•irted on another page, is a staie-
,i of great importance to the
ir camp. It presages the fact
; tho board of directors have great
fidence in the future of the Yinir
e and are prepared to expend the
essary funds to bring its develop*
it up to tl.e proper stage. The
.ving now obtained in the mine, ia
•iidered to ample .guarantee that
e bodies of ore exi-t, und can bilked out in a comparatively short
3. This may necessitate the teni-
iry shutting down of the mill,
•the preparations now being made
cate that a season of great, activ-
is looked for,
t is now fairly evident that the
It which has characterized tbe
lagemer.t of so many mines, was
imittcd in tl.e case of the Ymir.
l development *as not kept sulli-
itly ahead of the production and
' constant operation of 80 stamps
>kly eat ii]. all the available ore,
I left the mine in the bad shape
iting during tl.e lust few years    It
long been recognized that  in   or-
to brine the property to its form-
.asis, when   it was a   regular   di-
/   end payer, extensive   development
lid have lo bo  accomplished,   and
directors have hesitated to incur
s heavy expenditure, without some
>t worthy indications ihat   ll.e   ex
• I it ii ii* in question would not, bo in
ii. Happily those indications have
ii met with, and good pay ore has
•n found, with every appearance of
ng of great extent. Under those
•unistances the directors, as Mr.
Stllwred has announced, have fell
■insehes lo le justified    iu    taking
• risk, and it is practically assured
it the present force of about 70
n will shortly be largely augmented
I t.lldt the return of the Ymir
ne to its old days of profit making
y be confidently looked for in the
ir future. Incidentally it is a fuel
it the rehabilitation of the Yinir
ne, will do more to re-establish the
ilidence of London investors in U.
mining enterprises, than almost,
y other circumstance   .'..uld   pnssi-
,'di..
MIR WATER   WORKS
COnPANY Ltd,
ATKR   SUPPLIED    I'OII     DO
MESTIC   AND     FIRE
pukposks i; n d;e;r
DC    POUNDS     PUBS
SURE.
•  __
U. ti. T. Hotts, Secretary
WW—M
wmtwmmmmmrm 'j. ~<.
U. S. T. kSOS,
Hardware    Merchant,     Ymir,    B,     C,
A, MACDONALD & Co.
DEALER IN
Shelf and   Builders   II.ir.lwi.--e,
Paints and   Oils,    St-jvos, Coal,
Steel, Powder, Fuse   anil Cups,
Grauito   and   Tinwure, Steam
•■   Fittings,
All    kinds    of   Pliiinhing,    Tin-
smithing   and   Genernl    J.epnir
Work.
Now is the time for lleating stoje.-
Old Settlers Maple   Syrup.
Pure in |-4, 1-:.' ..nd I gallop Tins.
_f*old by
D. CAMPBELL,    -   -     YMIR.
isP^-'- - £"     -  |
\w£___pg*i .
(MBt_U<
McLEOD HOTEL
HEAPQUARTERS    FOR    MINING   MEN    AND   THE
Tit A YELLING PUBtlC,
Newly furnished throughout.    Sample rooms ii.'coniieetion.
Hates §l_50to **<-J.r.O per day.
FINLAY   MoLEOD, Proprlet
or
Cancellation  of   Reserve.
Coast District.
Notion i.- Iii-ri'iiy given ihu. .In- reservation.
...nil'.' ,if ulilcli won |iii.ili-,'n-il In Hi,' ll. .'.
Cuzriii', anil ilutiil oth August, 1001, novcrlt.it h
li-liiif land -\i IIiik  bank .. ilUltn.uo ol ton
inll.'s on eaoli sl.lu ol ih.- Bkoonn Rivor botivoiin
Nil Ilns i anjon nml llu/.'ll, in. is cnr.oi'lleil.
Nn. ii-i'i-hIhi tiii'ii  iim. i imi portion .I 'Iiv
ivsitvii imi. ii,,in..,- ,,i n-liiuli  mm | llshml  in
il"- ll. .'. .in/in,' nn.I .Im, ,1 ';;i], ii.'1'.-inh'i'.
1800, i- ivt-rmp n bell nl land BXttnidinB beiiveen
lhe .iniiiii) iilKu.iin. River umi Kii-i.n.- (Ja.iyon
is n-.'.iii.l,.,l in -ii lur ii< ii oovors Imnl l.i in* In-
Iwi'i-ii Ulo'KIISIItu C.il.J'on and :. |kjI..I hi tl.o
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expenses of said .sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
LI.ST   ABOVE MENTIONED.
NAME OF PERSON
-m—^~mm~mm
DESCKIFi'ION OF CLAIM
Annie   ,
Aaron's Isle',
lAaron's (Jen
, Aaron s Star
Allimlic   .
A-l  "fraction ,
11 Albcnnarlu  Fi-
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H, IS, Minnesota sails from .Seattle for the Orient N
Slate pencils are made of the finest
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GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL
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olliee,   Best 'i'i: meal   in   town.
European and American plan.
Only   white    labor    employed.
First class bar
J. A.   ER1CKSON,
Proprietor.
What is a Kiss ?
Sidney Smith's sententious utters
r.nce that there is much virtue in a
hiss, well delivered, is no neaier an
exact definition than Josh Billing's
conclusion; "The more you try to an
alyzo a kiss, why the more vou Can't"
and perhaps Sain Slick's pronouncement, in which thero is neither hick
oi detail or comprehensiveness, is the
most apt and felicitous of all verdicts:
"Kisses are like creation, because they
are made out of nothing, and are very
good," Steele goes back to lirst principles in the incontrovertible dictum,
"Nature was the author of a kiss,
and it began with tlle first courtship"
The Scotchman's opinion is characteristic, as Charles Lamb would have admitted: "A kiss is like a sermon-two
heads and a conclusion," and doubtless would have been endorsed by the
E'liiiburyh Heview, but we have all
the foreo of Gallic extravagance and
epigram in Paul Vorlaines's words,
which assume the seriousness of a definition, "A kiss is the fiery accompaniment on the keyboad of tha teeth
of thu lovely nongs which love sings
In a burning heart " This, no doubt
will satisfy all the demand! of romance, but an Austrian philosopher,
with true Teutonic logic and precision
takes a less authoristic view, and divides kisses into three sorts—thu al*
fectionato kiss which comet direct
from tho heart, the undemonstrative
kiss, which is simply an expression of
ivpect, and a third class,   wlyc-li   he
places undor the nomen-.-lature of  tnej^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
loathsome  smack!    The   Finnish   ex* I Nt.l_?ON - Ft. SHKIMRI) RV CO
pression which   signifies   to  kiss,   in j    RKI) MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO
literal tr.r.s'ation,  "to  give  mouili'V      WASHINGTON - C, N. RY
•vhich is undeniably practical, while an I V. V. * K. RY. A «. CO.
linglish *vritei speaks from a phonetic ] nII,| <Jr,.-it, Northern, Northern Paeilii
and O. H. ~ N* Co.,   fol* points  east,
west  and   south ; woniiccts  at   Koss
land and Nelson with the Canadian
Pacific Railway.
Connects at Nelson with the P. It.
A (fi  Co. for   Kaslo and   K. and S
points.
Connects at Curli'iv trith stage fol
Orcl.lt wood and Midway, M. C.
Buffet cars mn on train-? bat-ren
Spokane and  llepublic
H.a.JACKSON,
(U'tiefal P__»fla.r Agt
•Spokane, WsJli
ll.irulil Seloua ,- .. ,
Nels. Pearson and W. Gibson	
Nels. Pearson and W. Qibsoi	
Nels. Pearson and W. Uibson	
ui-IIkIii Gold .inning Co., l.u.  ..  ..
London .t Itosslana B, .'.,  Limited
London .*i  Rossland ii. C, Limited
Duncan  Mines,  i.t.!.,  Raymond  B.  Need-,
hum .-mil Charles K.  Mllburno   [ Alic-	
Dundee Oold Mining; Co., Julm M, Smith.. Annie Fraction
i li-l.-u   Luui:.     Liit-ke [ Armour i'luti'
Rupert  E. ...  Meuller Anne	
N'.ls. Pearson and W. Gibson Aaron s P*racii.
George VV. Chlsliolrtj Alice   	
Leopold  Earnest Keller luolus	
Tho Blue ByOd Nellie Mining Co., Ld. Lia Blue  Eyed
Job.1 Dean '  Blue Belle ..
tt*. de v. le Malstre I Bryan  	
The H. C. Mining Co., Ltd. il.'nri'ig.ii -.--Bannock   ....
I-.   1:.   wi.ii ,   administrator   estate   ofl
Ralph Wi.ii.- Big   Ri-il   Ilm-
Dellglil Gold Mining Co Balmoral  ...
...   ..   Qariison, 1*. Asplnwall and v. \v-
. l.ol ."7
. Lot 2955
.Lot 2958
. I ...t 2061
4209 i
•I T,-.»i i
•t   3SI2   '
Nellie
U.
old .Mining Co., Ltd.
-.   J.    A.  Qulnlan,
Cameron ..
Cumberland G
Al. x    .Goyetti
Coryell	
O. J. Wigen, J. H. Field und C. M,
j. k. Winze umi A. M Patterson .
The Western oil and Coal Co., Ltd
Tho Western oil ...id Coal <.'o., Lid
| II.  C,   	
 I  !:!0Nllltl    , .
Drank
 I Bully Boy
Reese Badger ,
 iBIg   I   ....
 Big .   ....
llu.Ull./.il    , ,
The Suliiio Consolidated   Gold Alining   ..,
Di-vi-lnpini-iit Co., Ltd Blue Jack .   .   .
Tin- Salmo (-iiiiKollilnti.il   Gold Mining   tt
Development Co., Ltd I Blue  Jink  l-'raill
The Montana Gold .Mining Co Inine Bird 	
Joim Dean  niiu.k  Diamond
Itiib.-ri Miller Black Hawk No.
John Reavls, Theodore It. Newman, John
v. Cole and G. W. .Monk    Bunker Jim  .  ,
W. Griffiths and T. A, Cameron Bunker lllll  	
George W. Cbisholm Big Duluih  	
The Minto Mines, Limited California	
London .t  Rossland  B, C,  Limili-d    City of Paris ....
London & llossland n, i'.. Limited   Copper Lily	
Willl.ini 'I'. MUi-bi.ll [Canadian  Queen
The Troll Creok-Hiddon   Treasure   Gold
.Mining Co.. Ltd., Lla Courtland   	
Noonday Mining Co., Ltd Icowier  Belie  .   .
Baltimore Gold M. <& 1). Co., Ltd .Lla ....I Copper gin-i-n   ,.
Duncan Mini's.  I.imlti-d Colorado   Fmctloi
lnm,-nil  United  Mlin-s and Win. MoBwenlColorado 	
D.'llgbi Gobi Mining Co  Calgary	
London & aossliinil Ii. 0., Limited  Candidate  	
Cumberland Gobi  Mining Co..  Limited Copper Cape  ....
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   Limited   |Clin...pane	
Canadian Bell.
.I.". 3218
.Lot 8849
.I.nt um;
. Lot 5380
.1., il 2058
. Lot 5G27
.Lot 21-*::
.I.nt. 2936
, Lot ii- i'.
.[.ol 1699
. Lot 8295
. Lot   29S0
.Lot   3911
. Lot  4855
.Lot   1919
.I.nt ::l':--
. Lot 7I--I
.Lot 4H7:i
.Lot 4037
.Lot 4688
.Lot 2688
UNPAID
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4..00
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11.75
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76.69
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Rio
Grande Mining Co.,
W.   II.   Il.iiibi'uli-
Geo.  \\
Gi-o.   VV
John   Ii.   Diinluj
Hun.uu  Mln.
Juhn   It.   Dunlin
ll.  Healhcotl iciiiindliin   Hi-llc   .**.'
II.  ll.iiibc-otu 1.,-unudl.i.i  Girl   Pr,
md   R.   W,  Gibson  and M
Limited, IComol        i,,
■nd  R.   W,  Gibson  and • •'-"
. Lot 2939
. Lot 1023
.Lot 6620
. l.ol 1S77
.I..U 8406
. Lol :i|ii7
.Lut 8240
. Lot 8186
.Lot 8133
.Lol .'H20
.Lot 3934
.!...t i.:ll
. Lot 4'.'*
.Lot '.'.sir.
.Lot 4020
.Lot 6181
.Lot 47S.1
.Lot I7SI
.Lot 47S5
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2.110
Kootenny Standa-rd,
...mot ana  Carmeli.-i.
Tbese are tlio
11 a ii d a I' d
brands of do*
inestic  ci.tin
and nre knowti
til....I" li o u t
tlie West
j. c. 'thki.ix.
Nelson,  **-<-*_.*   B. C.
Duncan Mines, Llmiti-d ICalumel
Duncan  Mines,   Ltd.,  Raymond B.  N.-t-d-,
bam mul Charles K.  Mllhuru.-    Condor
Henry Kearns I Carthago '..,.
lli-nrv s. Crotty und Kdwin S. Pentreathichampion
Duiii-iiii  Mlin-s.   Llmlti-d, and H.   R.  Jl.-d-|
ley mul l-ri H. Woakes Catherine   .  .
Friiiiklyu A. Joins and Harry Wright ..    Copper Rr-11  ,
Eldorado Mines,  Limited, N,P.l ICarmcnclta ,
Llz.-itu  Kbld ...id Ctlarli's O. Major, co.n-i
mlttee for L>.   Munro   Icorl.ilhliin   ...
M.  I).  .Maboni'V mul J.  E. Boss   ' Oi-mocru.
The Minn. Mines. Llmlti-d   | Deadwood '','.'.'
'J-|ii-   Kenneth     Mining    and   Doi-i'tupnn-ut
Company, Llmllted Liability  ininiu-r Bucket
Tin- ll. C. Mining Co., Ltd., (foreign) —; Urlll .   ,
London <•;• Rossland h. ('., Limited  ilv....is'"   ,
London & Rossland B. (,'.. Limited  | Uod..    "','  '.
New iiiiiiisiviik Consolidated Goi.i Mining!
Company,  Llu.lii-il    iDeadwoud   .,.,
Ili-ilry  Roy, J. J.  II. Oosselln and J.  B.I
C.     I-'l'tlSl.!' , ■    |l..|;i-.Ml|.
11,-llHln  Gobi Mining Co IDcllght   ,   ,
Primrose Gold Mining Co., Ltd    Denmark
IS....M'   Villi   N'l'HH   ..   , ,   i, IJ-Itllll
Lerwick Gold Mining Company.  Limited., nillsn
Pino  Ridge Gold  Mining Co., Ltd ! Elprrt',",',',"
Fraser Hurry Lant! ».. Bmprtu  .  .'
1.mi.bu.  .v   Hussl.iiiii  II.  (.'.,  Llmt.oil I Kl-IIi.hu
I--nInn. in   Gold    Mining    Co.,    Ltd.,   Und
Erliim  Kennedy and J. L. Parker —! Evening S.i.r
11. C. Mining Co., Ltd., (Foreign)   Ethel   ,
Eldorado Mines, Limited, N. I*. I, I Eldorado '
it. M. Macdonald .. ...... .. Emerald No.
John   Roii'-libuuk.   J.   E.   Boss,   Jos.-phlne;
Ward, a. c. Flummsrfelt, M. l». M..-I
hodey, W■ A. Cram- and John Johnson TforeSI
Julius Peterson *....I Fanny  ','.'.'.
Al. x Govi'iie, Jolin A. (Jul..Ian und Frank
Coryell ,    Flore.M-e
Consolidated Gold   Mining
______________mm      m____m______^.^    , Florell.-i-     . . .
Th.- western nil mid Coal Co.. Lid —i Franklin
T,   11. Garrison, CharlM Ink, snd Thomas
ColllllH I Free Colling"
W. Griffith ...ml '.'.  A. Cameron,  ._ ..  ..IFidellty
t  3273
..Lol   r.123
.Lot 9(0
..Lot 2197
.I-.it   2912
.Lot 4117
. Ixit B:;79
. Lot   MOl
.Lol ^IKI
.Lot 2.'|li
.Lot   3233
.Lol   SUM
l.ol   SU3
.Lot   --M'-S
.Lot  JIM
.Lot   3976
Lot 2S./S
.Lot 42*1
Lot 4.1*9
.l.ol 411
LuI 13111
Lol 2-_4
.Lot 4121
.Lot nm 1
.1.
New   l.Vtlluui'ii'k
Co., Limited
,1   .1778  1
,1   8JM
John I .i-iiii. Miirlln Salmon -v  K  1. Burnet
Inipi-rlal  Copper Company,  Ltd.,  N.l*,L.
I.0111I011 K,   Rosslulld  11.  ('.,  Llmlled  	
Walter F. Askew,   W. c. PorrMUT and
c.   ,','. Arnold 	
London  .'.•   lio-e i.iii.l   II.  ('..  Limited
Fnrhlmin ,.,
Ilrlaly Hear
Golden Gatu   .
Gold   Island   .
In
standpoint and defines a kiss as a "lip
'•licit," ut the same tinio ..rnuina. that
ll.e kiss which is audible Is more apt
to destroy than lo inspire affection,
a theory which m person of H""1'
taste will oppose. It was a part of
t'etruchio's insolence and bravado, in
taming tho shrew, when-
"ho took the bride by the tieck,
And kissed her lips wilh such a clam-
lotts smack,
Tli.itat the piirtini' all the church did
echo,"
I.oii.I.iii  ti.  Itossbitld   B.  C.   Limited     Glasgow
A. II. f. liy nnd Mary R. prlnc-r.ll   (lold.n Bra
A. II    Kelly and Mary H. Drlacoll  'Golden   elm
Oriel Mining & Milling Co., Llmlled   iGood Hope  _.,
Oriel  Milling A Milling Op.,, Llmlled  IgoimI Hope Fraillin Nu
Rio -rtUlilo Mining CS„ Lid iGeorglna	
Jos. nil    Bernard,   I'sui 'no.u.et,    Doipi.
llpyde iGoodenough    	
I'.'Zii  Anne Crow iGolden   yiieell   	
...Iil.n  'in'" .'"iivilldated Mining Co IGolden rintii  .,
Ili.r.v Wright,a/Id C, J, Dltter iGray  Mouse 	
VnlpsriHfl Sold Milling Co., Ltd., N.l'.L...IGovetument     ...   	
Roy  W,  Caldwell and Chas.  L. Caldwellluarlleld ,   .
Geo    ll.   Caldwell.   Benjamin  Thomas,  J.|
A   Turner. Fninamore M. Mi.l-.-ad and]
llul   -I   John  Healey	
Baltimore  G.-Jd   Mining    A    Developmen
Company,  Limited    I'liiinmlng   Bird
''um! "riniiil Gold Mining Co., Limited .... Hidden Treasure
G. W. Chlsholm iliillle u,
Wl.llenian ..._   ...  ._,.. .......  ..Ilmp'rlal
iria  ..,,','.','.,.'
.l.ol   .Mils
.1.1,1 i.s.;
.Lot    ?r.3
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l.ol B'77   I
.Lol -MB
Lol 191.1   I
Lol im
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Lol    in.'. 1
.Lot 29111   '
l.ol .1214   I
.Lot .ll'.l   I
.Lot 4)>1
.I,.,, iir.l I
.1.01 tim
.Lot 4l>l.i   I
,Lo. 0I3O
.Lol 6166
Lot r.2Si
.Lot I'll 7
Lut M7S   I
,Coj 4*18   '
Lot 49::S  I
1..1
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Cu    i-    Wl.i.em.in In
\.„„       .' Mining Co.,  Ltd.,  Lla llr
\. II. Kelly and Mary R. iirlsi-oll  [_n
I„  W    '.awry	
ICdwi.nl   Balllle   ..   ..   ..   ..
1 ondoi'  fir. Bosslanil  ll.  C
W. J. Nelson
A
T
l'l
I'lil
Llmlled  ..'..
i-.'. c. Arthur inni J. P. Via"'
!ivnr,'inV '.'.'.'.'.*..
I Iiie
.ierlnl- Lind in
Jul ll ■••  	
II. Kelly. ...  . . .-^^—	
ITS   .. , «. l'i!'.'     c-.er.ar
II.  Garrison, Cluis. Ink and T. C">lllt-n .1- "  -i-.vls  .
"   ~    _-'-.   ^t- "'ling '"" .  Ltrl.   I 1.
Gobi Mining ft Mil"... Co   Ltd
l'l.irll*-'-.-Caiii"Iliin Gold Mining Co.,   I.t.!
dge   GOI'   "" "    ~~~~~~'
L'"luigham
I."!,'!"
luted itt Kelson, 0, C„ (his Heoon. D
 *-
'»r, 190.,
•■     LSI M-i*
... I jit -4<t-l 1
■•   .Lot uff-S ,
••   .Lot :»isr. I
•.    ..ii.inso 1
•■ . .1^.1 4I',I
•■     Lot 43:1) 1
••    Lot Ira*
■ •    .Lot 2»33 I
•• ..Lot 302S
1.     Lot *..»l I
[,ot UM I
. .l.ol 1«M I
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>bert A. l.ettWick,
■Wl  ■ AM-*wor and d-lloi'tor, Vel-wn A-kc-i.iii.ih ami Colloctinjr Distr I-ll OUR WORK
always well done. Watch Repairiiig isd one
r7 experts. Jewelry Repairing, Jrfaniifactur-
g and Engraving i.s done by first class work-
ien. Prescription work in Optics i.s done by
u experienced Optician. A piece of an old
nsissuf-icient to enable us to replace it. New
lasses can be fitted perfectly. Send for our
sw Jewelry Catalogue.
J. 0.  Patenaude,
anufacturing Jeweller, Watchmaker and Optician.
PHONE 293.     NELSON, B C*
he Hicks Almanac for   Clark's   Furniture   Store
IQOO* WILLIAM CLARK
The Rev. Irl R. Hicks Almanac
I not bo published for 1906, but
monthly Journal, Word nnd
irk*i, has been changed into a large
1 costly Magazine, and it will con-
n his storm and weather forecasts
I other astronomical features com
te. The November number, now
.ily, contains the forecasts from
•uiary to June, 1900. The Jan-
■y, number, ready December 20th,
I contain tl.e forecasts from July
December, 190G: The price of
this splendid Mngaaiiie is one  dol-
a year, See it and you will have
Tl.o November and January
tubers containing the Rev. Irl R.
cks forecasts for the wholo year,
1 more complete than ever, ean be
J by sending at onre  2ft   cents   to
ird and   Works  Publishing   Co.,
01 Locust Streot, St. Louis, Mo,
The amount of water required for a
iceiitrating mill may bo estimated
1000 gallons of oie treated per day,
,r a 100-ton plant, about a 100,00(}
Ions of water will bo ample; in
ies of necessity, where water is
[roe, 50,000 gallons will sutllce when
i water is conserved.
Mr.   Portlyi      "You'ru   rather   n
nil bov to   be   working   this   lift,
•n't you?"
The Lift-Boy:   "Yen.     But,  yon
•, tho  rope   was   always   breaking
th the bigger   boys,      That's win
;y got mo!"
And Mr. Portlv walked.
Undertaker   and   Furniture     Dealer
Muil orders promptly attended t->
Hindi .trim My'      * Y.Min
Ymir Citizens
Association.
 MEETS	
AST   THlT'lsDAV IN EACH .MONTH.
FlXLAV MoLbod, President.
Peih.y GLEAZER, Secretary.
A B. Buckwoktii, Tieas.
Vancouver
Hotel
First-class Dining Koofai,
Best brands pf Wines
Liquors and Cigars;
OWEN  BOYER, Prop.
r	
Second Ave.      .- \    YMII.
X ***~*******~*****++**4+++
M\LL_WOOD.
Delivered any
place in town.
Stove Lengths
Dry $1.35. (Jrcen $1.00.
Per ©art Load.
X       Now is the time to put in
X a good supply.
The Cold
WEATHER
:      Porto Rico
E  Lumber €o. Ltd.
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Separaling minerals by usingjoil re
Is one of the original greaso pro-
fsiis which whs discovered by a boy
the Kimberloy diamond mines, who
iiiu eating his lunch ut work, acci-
ntally dropped a piece of bread,
utter side down." on the travelling
It on "which lho diamond-bearing
iy passed. lie found that where
■ grease was there also were the din
mds.
MINKKAl,  ACT.
(FORM V, )
I'i'rtilicnie of Improvements.
Notice.
lilne Quartz, Hover. New York
••Jebtral, Mineral Zone nnd Canion
Fractional Mineral Olahns situated in
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located:—On Jubilee Moiin-
..in about two miles fro in Ymir.
TAKK NOTICE tlmt i, F. C.
(ireen, noting as agent for A. K Pi't-
ers Free Miner's Cerlilieate No B.
81,091, nml F; H. H. Boater Free
Miner's CertlfloK-fl No. H. 81,'Jtii, ia
lend, lint) ilnjs from the date hereof.
. o u|.|jI\ to the Mining Recorder for a
i.'i-ruliiiiii- of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
«.i iin- above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 87, must be commi.nei'tt
before the issuance of BUch Certificate
(o Improvements.
Dated this twenty-eight day of July.
A.D.  190-
F. O. Green,
Nelson, B. C.
IHE YMIR HERALD
WEEKLY
MONTREAL
HERALD
ANOTMI
YtyK ire fortunate ia
"" being able io give
pin reader* a fine club-
Spokane Falls &
Northern Ry.
rV only all rail route between
points east, west and south to llossland, Nelson, Grand Forks and Republic. Buffet cars run between Spokane and Northport.
'.cave
9.4.ri a.m
11 06 a. in
7.20 a.m
11 :.K> a m
10.00 a.m.
7.00 a.in
Daily Traill
Spokane
llossland
Nelson
Grand Forks
Phoenix
Ki'Piihlic
Arrive
11.20 p.m
5.1.0 p.m I
8.45 p.m
4 2b p.m
0 00p.m.
(i.30 p.m
SAVE  TIME.
Humps on our back. But our feet anil
hands are sure to be warm because we carry
the most up to date Shoes, Rubbers, Germ..n
Socks, Mitts and ({loves ever offered in Ymir.
With each of the above articles we give a positive guarantee to give satisfaction or money
refunded. In addition we carry a full and
complete line of Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats,
Underclothes, Umbrellas, Sweaters, Cardigan
Jackets, anything and everything you require
to face the cold and dreary winter. Men,
Boys and Youths will find our price, quality
and fit right, always right.
D. CAMPBELL
ALIi    Tiai-E     TIIMIISi
BY   USING |   '    ' ' ■"      .   -     ' ""-'"        '       '"  '
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NORTHERN       ! ^e Mutual Life Insurance: Company of N. Y.
RAILWAY.
TO
Seattle,     Tacoma
AND A J J.
PACIFIC COAST   POINTS
I'l.'K proposition: two
papera lor Ji.oo, or nt
about the price of ode.
1 ne  Montreal   Herald
it Ihe great magazlne-
newapaper—fall lo the
brim with the be<t of
of Hut
reading fo
.ill
fiction
Ihe N«„. .. «...
Minimiriicd l»rm : pa]
ll.e Farmer and loiw.-,-
MouKwIfe; Sunday readini*
•ccurale Market fteporli
one complete atory earn-
_***k- JUitlhe paper to «.
t»ilb jout total paper.
lhe  home;
Tin* measurement of a horse's power
work, lirst usceriaineil by Watt
j in venter of tlie steam engine* was
willed on thu basis that tht) average
ewery home *as capablli of doing
itk e.pial to that required to raise
0 pounds of weight 100 feet per
mute, or .'l.'l.OO-l pounds ono foot in
ie minute. This estimate, however,
is for one minute; it Would nut be
ssible foi* a horse to perform this
iou nt of work continuously for eiglii
mi's. One hone-'colllli exhaus
el ve strong men in a day, for where
•.in nig man could perhaps pull (lull I' of .130 pounds to ai.eight of 10O
et in two minutes, lie could probably
ii repeat the operation mole than ii
*> limes. A Utah's power is aboui
.'••tii.tli of a horse's power. When
ui put hones to work thu gain in
bour for tlio world ttus thus tenfold,
lultiply- this by steam power, water
liv.er, air-powrr, and abnvb all elec-
ic-power, and one hus a problem   in
[.titanic*, progression,
v
St. Paul,   Chicago,  New
York, and
ALL   POINTS   EAST
PALACE   AND   TOURIST
SLEEPERS,    BUFFET,
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  •
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FAST   TRAINS
Has Assets Exceeding: $400,000,000.
A policy ill it is tlie safest investment known to man.
Cash in vested in Life Insurance is cash invested tlmt  will
return compound interest.
All successful business men can'y large amounts of lif<*
insurance.    It provides for the family, protects a man in his
old aye, and protects his other investments.    For   rates on
any form of life insurance apply to:
Percy J. Gleaaer. Local Agent.
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For Six rionths. '/ '/
L. EAS'J AND WEST DAILY L.
Sterling
Silver
From a coffee
tpoon to a thou*-
And dollar pre*
aentatlon iet.
Henry Birki A
floas* faciHt.e.*
fur making ftoliil
tilverwarc a***
fii.■*■*•' sued by no
ii' her concern In
^_^_^_^_^_^^^ Canada.
em, modern machinery, and '.killed h-tnd*
workers, All tindtrthe dlrtcl •"it'-TviMoti of
practical mrmWra of the firm, m^'cean ton-
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work.
Write for .Mmtrated catalog-it.
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For miii. folllsrs anil lull hiforimition
rpgsnlln*' ll'iuk, call on ot ti'druss nn
iigi'iil ol lho 8. K. r*i N. Hallway, or
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U. K. _ F- A. <l. P. _: T* A.
Hjiokano       710 \V. Hiversiile Av,
8(ibksnt.
THE   YMIR   HERALD
PI.tu_.forward Tiik YJnn Hkiiai.d for
. month
In.
fl*rii-TMr*iT*.'
Jewelry,
Sterling Silver,
Silver Plile,
Witchu, tic.
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MONTRtA-
60  YEARS
EXPERIE.*'*.E
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tht F.ml cf M.n.e.
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