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Daily Edition No.  772
Nelson, British Columbia, Saturday, July  7,  igoo.
Tenth Yea."
DOMINION
NEW.
IN GENERAL
may forthwith, or during pendonoy ot
the   OOntmlSSlon,   notify   the commis-
Blenere of oomplalnts thoy have to
make, The grounds thereof, verified
by statutory declarations, should be
sent by mall, addressed to the Registrar at 76 ITonge Street, Toronto,
Mulock's Conciliation Bill for
Settlement of Trade Disputes Passed House
Yesterday.
isi'Ki'Mi.s TO Till'*. MINOR.)
Ottawa, July 7.���After the House
had resumed, yesterday at :t o'olook,
lilair's railway amendment was rend
for the third time. Mr. Mulook moved
a seoond reading of his conciliation
bill, which Is to provide the machinery for the appointment of boards for
the settlement of trade disputes, The
Canadian aot whioh he proposed would
be modeled on England's aot and would
suit,Canada better than tlie New Zealand aot, The English aot was passed
In 1.98 and worked well, De had en-
bled to Lord striitiieoiiu to ascertain
bow the British aot worked und pot n
reply that the aot was being utilised
to a limited extent nnd the Board of
Trade believed its effect wns good,
In referring to his own bill, Mr.Mu-
loek said that it. 0, Clute of Toronto
and Jtnlpb Smith. M.P.P.. of British
Columbia, bml engaged In the settlement of n Btrike in the Kootenay Dls-
triot, As lute as June 88 last In- bad
a letter from Smith who said. In ref-
erenoe to the Kootenay Btrike, that,
looked at from u public standpoint^
the settlement was regarded by the
people oi the Province as one oi the
best lliiu.i'.i that nny Civwiiuiiiit ever
did in the wny Of conciliators on the
ground, saving the Province from ii
very serious calamity, which would
have stopped development in mines
for many years nnd put back tho position of labor in this Provinoe for ton'
years. This showed what conciliation
bad done. Mr. Muloelt explained, as
he did when he   Introduced   the bill.
that there would be ll Labor Department and n Labor Gazette for publishing Inbor statistics and useful information similar to the Labor Gazette
in England. Tho bill would nol interfere with any Provincial legislation.
Mr. Hell, of Prince Edward Island.
did not view tlie bill In the same sanguine wuy as did the Minister. Nine-
tenths of the Btrlkes were now settled
without eoiielliiition. lie. however,
approved of the bill.
Mr. l'owell, of West Moreland,
heartily endorsed the principles oi the
bill. It was better than if it were mi
more dellnite lines.    The object of the
bill'was benevolent,   it  proceeded ln
the assumption that we wonld love
each other if we knew eaoh other better."
The bill was taken up in committee.
Mr. MdloOk snld that be hnd a mini in
view to manage the Labor Department
and the Labor (iuzotto. The bill was
reported without amendment, rend a
third time nud passed.
MOKE ABOUT THE BANKS.
Consolidation of  Bunk of Commerce
and the Bank of B. C.
Toronto, Ont., July 7.-Tho  Canadian Hank of Commerce is ubout to
absorb the Hank ���f British Columbia,
. the  largest monetary institution  on
: the  Coast.   This  mueh m.,v be   said
authorltively, though   officials of   the
Commerce, when seen todny, hnd nothing to say for publication on the sub-
* ject.    It is understood, however, that
the  Commerce, with   that   enterprise
characteristic, of its management, will
buy the business of the llnnlc of liritish Columbia outright, Purtieulnrs
of the proposed piireliu.se will be
doubtless submitted to the Commerce
shareholders before long. The Cnnu-
dian Bank of Commerce has fifty-six
branches, forty.five in Ontario and six
��� In British Columbia. The Bank of
liritish Columbia has ten branches,
eight 111 British Columbia, one in Sun
,  Francisco and another in Portland.
tarlo, to be Chief Justice "f the Court
of Appeals of Ontario, with the title
oi Chief Justice   of   Ontario,    ill   the
room of Hon. sir William Burton, resigned! Hon William Olenholme Fol-
oonbridge,   Justice  of   the  Queen's
Iteiich Division of Ontario, to be
President, of Queen's Bench Division,
With title of Chief Justice of Queen's
Benoh, iu room and Instead of Hon.
John Douglas Armour, Hon, Michel
_' Itei'liier's election for St. Ilyucinthc
is also to be gazetted.
GOULD   NOT   SAVE   HIM.
Efforts of Queboc Pooplo to Save the
Llfo or Murderer Duho.
Toronto, July 7,���Strong efforts
were put forth by Quebec people tn
save Dube. who was hanged yesterday, from the soaffold, Yesterday at
a special   meeting of   the   journalists
<>f Quebec, the following resolution
was adopted and wired to Laurier:
"We hope the Qovernment will reconsider case of condemned man Dube
ami grant commutation sentence.
A large number of prominent citizens
also signed and telegraphed a petition
lo the Premier to the following effect: "It is a general feeling here
that the sentence of Dube should be
Commuted, His execution will be
very badly felt In Quebec Save him. "
To these petitions Sir Wilfrid replied
liy wire:      "I    regret   thnt   you have
requested me to act arbitrarily ami
n]Kin sympathy, All revisions of
Capita] sentences are decided upon the
merits of each wise and upon rules of
justice. "
DYNAMITERS CANNOT ESCAPE
Precautions Taken at Kingston Penitentiary on Account of Suspected Plot.
Kingston, Out., July 7.���It is said
(he penitentiary authorities, aided by
two Dominion detectives and the oity
policemen, lire watching the institution and taking every   precaution   to
prevent the accomplishment of a plot
to wreck the buildings in order to
release the Welland canal   dynamiters
recently Incarcerated for life. It is
said   the  Dominion  Government  has
became apprised of the purpose of the
Fenian abettors of the three men and
posted detectives to guard the place.
The preventions taken are such that
nny attempt wonld be futile, for the
guards inside and outside are so well
equipped that any attack would be
speedily taken into camp, The form
of attack is not disclosed, but it is
said there are suspicions that dynamite would be used, with the hope
that in the excitement and confusion
incident upon such an explosion the
three men could be reseueiland speedily
removed,     No plot here can succeed.
PRIVATE SECRETARY POWELL
His Honor, tho  l.loutenant-Govoruor,
Chooses a Victoria Man,
Victoria. July   7. ���His   Honor,   the
-lieutenant-Governor, has selected for
his private secretary Robert Powell,
son of Dr. I. W. Powell, and brother
of (Ieorge anil Ernest Powell of the
local bar. Although still young in
years, the new secretary is one of the
brightest young men in the city nnd
it is conceded that he will till the position most acceptably to Sir Henri and
to the public, lie lias been a member
of the   Molson's   Bank stall'   up to the
time of his appointment.
ROYAL   COMMISSION
ONTARIO APPOINTMENTS.
Ottawa, July 7.-The following ap-
Pointments have been gazetted:   Hon.
John Douglas Armour,   Chief  Justice
fit the Court oi  Queen's Bench* On-
IsNow Prepared to Receive Complaints
and investigate Election Frauds.
Ottawa.   Out.,   July  5.���John  Pal-
conbrldge,  Registrar,  has issued the
following: "Public notice is given to
all concerned that a Royal Commission
has been appointed   to investigate the
alleged   eleotion frauds . in Canada.
('ominissioners seek to have brought
to their attention any and nil ctilli-
plaintS respecting the general elections
of 1890, as well as liny elections prior
and subsequent thereto, and the conduct of the officials therein In order
to make Inquiries  and   investigations
COMMENDS   CANADIANS.
Roborts GiiDlos Mtnlo Praislnti Canadians for
Gallantry In Action.
Ottawa, July 7.���The following
cable was received today by Lord
Milito from Lord Roberts: "Pretoria,
July ll, 1900,���I have much pleasure
(upbringing to your attention the
good Jwork done by the Ist and Snd
Battalion of the Canadian  Mounted
Hi ties, who have been repeatedly conspicuous for their gallant conduct and
soldierlike   instincts. During   the
attack by the Hoers on June :.':.', a
small party of Pinclier Creek
men of the Snd llaltallion displayed the greatest gallantry and
devotion to duty, holding in
check a force of Hoers by whom they
were largely outnumbered, Corporal
Mordeii, and Private Kerr continued
lighting till mortally wounded and
Lance Corporal Mills was also wounded, but they continued to lire, and held
thoirjown. On June 18th a party of
the force under (leneral Hutton to the
northwest   of   Pretoria   succeeded   in
capturing two of the enemy's guns and
brought in a herd oi cuttle and several
prisoners without losing a mini."
(Signed.) Roberts. The despatch was
read in the House by Dr. Borden and
received witli great applause.
They were all glad to set sail for thcii
native land. "
CHICAGO'S HOT WAVE.
Chicago, July 7.���A heavy rain
Storm last night was the lirst decided
break in the hot wave. It waH declared by the Weather Bureau ollieials,
however, to be only n temporary
relief, as hot, weather is predicted
again for today.
There were twelve deaths yesterday
due to the bent while the prostrations
numbered twenty. Several of the
latter are in a serious condition and
their recovery doubtful.
HOUSE TODAY.
Prior Uroos Recognition of British Colombia
In Appointments,
Ottawa, July 7.���In the House today, on going into supply, Mr. Prior
brought up the position of British Columbia. He held that the Lieutenant
(iovernor should have been selected
from the Province and not from Quebec) and also argued that the Province
should have representation iu the Cabinet.
Premier Laurier replied that owing
to the condition of affairs in British
Columbia nt the present time a local
man would not be so satisfactory and
Lieutenant (Iovernor July would just
llll the bill. As to representation in
the Cabinet the same thing applied.
EPIDEMIC NOT FEARED.
Health Authorities ln Montreal Watering Closely to Prevent Disease
Spreading.
Montreal, July  7.���There   are   now
six  patients at the smallpox hospital.
The last to be  taken   there   was bartender Higgins of the    Loudon  House.
His case is hopeless and his death only
a question oi days.    Higgins   was  removed from the Koynl   Victoria   Hospital where he was taken for an operation     for    stone     in     the     bladder.
As 2  a      result    thc    hospital    lias
been    quarantined. The      other
patients at the hospital are doing
well. It is not expected that the disease will become epidemic as the
health authorities arc watching
closely.
LOOKING FOB A STRIKE,
Montreal, July (1.���There is a 1 reliability of a strike of boiler makers of
this city. Some time ago n meeting
was held at which It was decided to
ask for an Increase In wages to the
amount of lo per cent. This demand
was under consideration at a meeting
of employers and it is understood ll
determination was arrived at to resist
the demands of the men. The (iriiuil
Trunk Railway Is milking rapid progress In the Scheme of the reorganization of the Chicago Ss (Irand Trunk
about   wbioh   Hays made  his trip   to
England, "
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MILL   ACCIDENT.
Alvlnsnn, Ont., July 7.���A distressing accident   occurred   here yesterday
in the stave and heading works of Hie
Sutherland Ss Innes Oompany,   About
10 o'olook the heading jointer, ii large
wheel about six feet In diameter
Fanning at LSOO revolutions per
minute, exploded throwing fragments
weighing BOO pounds over r,(K) yards,
tearing the mill roof and sides to
pieces and seriously injuring a number
of workmen.
SAILED BOB HOME.
Toronto. July 7.���The Evening
Telegram's London cable says:
"Thirty Canadians, Invalided from
South Africa, .vho have been in English   hospitals  under   treatment   for
ROTTERDAM STRIKE.
Rotterdam. July 7.���The dock labor-
el's' strike ,is assuming threatening
proportions. Thc ear-men have not
joined in the strike and police and
marines are guarding the streets in
order to cheek disturbances. The
strikers have picketed all the approaches to the town so as to prevent
non-unionists from entering. The
laborers of Rotterdam will hold a mass
meeting tomorrow to discuss the best
means of aiding the strikers.
ATHLETIC MEET.
London, July 7.���At Stamford
Bridge, before a good sized crowd and
with fine weather prevailing, the annual meeting of the Amateur Athletic
Association commenced this afternoon.
About "id American   athletes   stripped
to compete with liritish,   Australian,
Canadian and Indian cracks. Many
American spectators were present to
cheer their fellow countrymen in the
largest and most important athletic
meeting ever held in England.
The mile was won by Bennett.
Time, four minutes and twenty-eight
ami one-ilfth seconds. Alexander
Grant, of the University of Pennsylvania, was third. Edward ES. Itush-
ucss, of Pennsylvania,was not placed,
(ieorge W.   orton,   of  Pennsylvania,
did not run.
TELEGRAPHIC   BRIEFS.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, July 11.���Cop.
ions rains have fallen throughout
Manitoba for the past thirty-six hours
und crop prospects are greatly improved.
Winnipeg, July 7.���J, V.   Eldridge,
acting first offldbr of the Qovernment
steamer NewHcld.was drowned Thurs-
lay at tbe mouth of the St. Lawrence.
Montreal. July 7.���Sir William
Kingston, dean of the medical faculty
nf Laval University, sailed this morning on the Steamship Vancouver for
Knglaud. where he will receive an
honorary fellowship in the Royal College Surgeons. It is the first time the
honor has ever been conferred upon a
Canadian.
London, July 7.���In the annual Oxford-Cambridge cricket mulch today
Cambridge wus all out for 393 runs in
the first innings.
Ottawa, July 7.���The bakers hnve
decided to raise the price of bread on
account of thc raise in flour and
sugar.
Melbourne, July 7.���The Imperial
Government bus accepted Victoria's
oiler of n naval contingent for service
in China.
New York. July 7.���A man supposed to be John R. Hand of Toronto
jumped from the Pennsylvania Railway ferry boat Philadelphia in midstream at 18; 1.1 o'clock this morning
and was drowned.
Toronto, July 7.���The (ilobe's
London cable snys that sonic of the
Canadians invalided bomt to England express u strong desire to serve
In China.
Halifax, July 7.���Dr. (icrlerd Freeman, surgeon on the Allan Liner
t'lirthugcniun. inward bound, committed BUlolde by jumping overboard us
the steamer was entering the harbor
iu midnight. Dr. Freeman eiiine
from one of the best families in Dublin, Ireland.
ln every fuse in which good nnd reas-! wounds and diseases, sailed yesterday i
able grounds appear, Persons ngrlovcd, by the steamship Parisian ipr Canada.
London, July 7.���In the International polo match at Hurlingham today England beat America liy eight
to two.
Winnipeg. July   T. ��� II.   L.   llrown,
of the c. P. R. passenger department
here, hns been appointed city ticket
agent of the Company at Nelson. He
loaves next week.
Ottawa. July 7. ���Replying to Prior,
Fielding said that   the  Government
could not establish an assay olMcc In
(he Yukon this year bnt would consider
it for next year,
DREAD NEWS
IS CONFIRMED
A Despatch From Shanghai
Says Legations are Destroyed-Foreigners
All Killed.
(nv ASSOCIATIOIJ PB-ISS.)
London. July 7. ��� "The massacre of
the Foreign Ministers, the women
and children, und the European guards
at Pekin, after eighteen days of hopeless resistance,  is Confirmed."
So suys u despatch from Shanghai,
dated July li. and received   in London
today. "When the ammunition and
food were exhausted," continues the
despatch, "the Chinese  fiends dosed
in upon the Legations and butchered
all there who remained alive. Afterwards they set I lie Legation buildings
on lire and the remains of the victims
were consumed in one horrible holocaust. ''
The ^despatch does not say from
what source the news was received.
Reports of the atrocities Committed
by Prince Tuan Upon the Chinese lire
appalling, lie had 1,0011 leading Chinese butchered, it is snid. for merely
daring to petition him to control the
orgie of blood and restrain bis followers.    The despatch concludes witli the
��� lent nf Hie United States. William
.McKinley: Kor your Excellency's
warm words oi condolence in the murder of my representative in Pekin, I
express my most sincere thanks! 1
recognize therein the common'impulse
of interests which binds the civilized
nations together. (Signed.). . i
William, Emperor,
Canton, July li.���Quiet continues
here. Li Hung Chang has posted
troops on the streets to prevent disturbance. A steamer intended., to
convey Li Dung Chang northward
sailed today ostensibly bound for
Kin Kuang. She took MO packages
of Li  Hung Chung's goods.
London. July 7.���Jiirdinc. MaUiesoii
& Co., of Shanghai, have telegraphed
to   their   London   house   us   follows:
"Shanghai,   July     7.���The    British
Legation was standing July :.'. There
are now reassuring reports regarding
the lives of the Europeans.
Berlin, July 7.���A soini-offlclal'note
says: "In replying to the Japanese
requestior neWB oi the Powers' .utti-
t nil,' towards China, Germany declared she regarded the maintenance of
harmony among ^the Powers us of
prime importance and  would ��� oociird-
ingly favor any measures hot objected
to in other quarters:" .:-...
Washington, D. ('.,   July   .'.���A  cablegram was received at  the State Ho-
. pnrtnient   from  Consul   OoodnoW   "at
announcement thai Ex-Viceroy Chi Li | shanghai, dated July 7.   saving, that
of Wang Wen Cl.ao has been killed by   ,,���, r_egotlons   Wl.n.   s,.ln(|in,r ���i�� . Untile Hoxers.
lit insl., und that the recent attack of
the Hovers had been slight. 'They
seemed  disposed   to   adopt   starvation
methods.
FIGHT AT TAKU,
The Japanese Minister has received
a 2 Cable despatch from Tokio this
morning giving his government's reply to (ireat Britain's question  as to
whether, with the consent of the other
Powers.   Julian   was  willing   to send
lurgs reinforcements to Ohina.    Japan !���,������, Qf ,������   ,,-���,-������������,���,   Bclvve���n  iho
replied thut she was prepared to curry | r.tilnoso and Forolon Flouts.    ���   "
out   the   suggestions   und     thnt   one'    gg-    p-aneiSOO,   July��� 7th.-The Ac-
division   would   be    despatched     im-   lui|s   ���f   the     bombardment    of,: .the
mediately. [ Taku forte at the  mouth  of the Bel
A cubic   despatch,  dated   Thursday
July 5th, S p. m., wus received today
from Shanghai al the London ollice of
the Inspectorate Oi Chinese Customs.
It suys: "Couriers left Pekin. July
,'l,d. Then two legations were holding
out against the troops and Hoxers,
The troops hud lost two thousand men
and the Hoxers many lenders.
from
r.'Ith.
Ilo river bv the allied Beets early In
the morning of June I7lh was received by the steamer Kiojuu Main;' which
sailed from Yokohama on the .'nth and
arrived here today. ���   ..��
For seven hours the boinbiirilniout,
which commenced at 1 ll. m.. continued. The Vorktown is said to
have joined the attack on the forts.
When she was run out of her daifger-
ous position she did not cuter/the
engagement. Other allied VMttls
fired ou the forts for nearly seven
hours.      Those   taking   part   in     the
bombardment  were the British giln-
boat Algvrinc, torpedo bout destroyers
Fame   and Whiting.    French giiubout
Lion, Qerman gunboat  It lis and the
Russian gunboats (liljak, Hohr, Kore-
jotz and the Japanese Vessel Atagll.'
Four Chinese gunboats, llai-Liuig.
Ilai-Njn. Ilai-Ching and l(ai-ll.iho.lill
of which   were   built   in Germany, for
the Chinese Qovernment, were lying
near Ihe month of the Pei Ho, add the
liritish torpedo bout destroyers'Paine
and Whiting engaged these'' veswcls
while the larger ships were shelling
the fin-is.
The Chinese vessels opened   fire on
the British  vessels   with   their   their
three-] inlris.  the  Fame   and "Writ-
Ing replying with their twelve-pounders, each vessel having, one of the
larger   guns,  uud   their   quick-firing
six-pounders,
Thi' Chinese vessels struck ' their
tings after u short running fight mid
became captives oi the  liritish cuaft.
although the Chinese bout,s had. a
speed of thirty knots.
Dining   the   fighting   two British
merchant      launches,      which .were
anchored In Pol Up River, were sunk.
They were struck by shells and
foundered.
Upon the bombarding vessels,'while
the loss of life wns not great,'there
was a large number of casualties'.' The
greatest loss of life occurred on the
Russian giinboiit KoiOJctS, many being
killed by nil explosion upon t|iut
vi-sel.; I .       / ''-
The loss of the licet bus been   given
EMPEROR THANKS PRESIDENT.       ' >" detail by   a   cable.      Thc   Algerlne
Cuton, Oh Inly   7.-Th�� follow-   Md l,IK were both, injured ns n result
Ing cablegram  -US   been    received 1-v   "f   PmCtlWlOh    them   by the   Chinese
President McKlnlcv: ' \______l  __**__>   "'^  ,vt'r>!    ]>in* ln
CONGER'S LAST MESSAGE
London,     July    7.���Reports
natives   who   left   Pekin,   June
continue to be received, but   they ure
to a large extent merely variut ions   of
the-stories already published, A despatch from Taku says the last message from Mr. Edwin II. Conger, the
United States Minister lit l'ekin.
brought here by runners reads as
follows!"Wo arc besieged. The pro
visions are becoming exhausted ami
the situation is desperate. The rellol
force should advance and give Its
notice by signal,"
n
The runners ulso coiiliiiued   the   re
port of the burning of the native cltj
uf Pekin, In London it is hanlli
doubted that the worst has happened,
though the friends of those who wen*
besieged ut Pekin clung to the hope
thut Sir   Robert   Hart, the   Inspect) r
General oi Customs, who was thorougly
trusted by the Chinese, may have
managed by the premise of bribes to
induce the Hoxers to protect the women und children fnnn the violence of
mobs.
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NANKIN THREATENED.
Shanghai, July 0.���Prince Tuan has
ordered  General   Yuan   shi   Kal   to
march on Nankin with 18,000German
drilled troops.    It Is doubtful thut he
will obey but in any  case Viceroy Lu
is believed to be able to hold Nankin
safe, lie has fifteen warships on the
Yang Tse Kiang and (Ireat Britain is
ready In assist   I liis  opponent    nf   tlie
rebel Government,
The departure  "f  the  antl-foreign
Ton Tui Sheng fur Nankin is causing
great anxiety.
Bondesburg. July it.��� To the  Prcsl-
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D. J.  11EATUN, Editor and  Manager
THE VOTERS'  LISTS.
The Victoria Colonist does not expect that the Legislature will be asked
at the approaching session to deal
with the law respeotlng voters' llhts.
It believes that there me several mutters In respect to which it is necessary
to legislate afresh, but as an under-
Standing has been reached not to take
up anything of a contentious character Just at pruWut the subjeel will
have to go over to another session.
Thero are several objections to the
law as it stands, a principal one being that it permits the aooumulatlon
of names of dead und absent perBOUB,
and this ln turn is a great incentive
to personation.
The luw provides for a revision at
specified times. The lust election
was deferred several weeks, in order
to take advantage of this provision
and prepare fresh lists. In the Slocan
Riding, and also In Nelson, appeals
wore made under this law against the
Inclusiou of names that ought uot to
bt on or which were tendered for registration iu an irregular manner.
Then happened one of the most curious
things of the campaign, Appeals
Intended to cleanse the lislB were
contemplated by the law and were
highly desirable iu themselves, but
they were no sooner made than a
howl went up in both Ridings and
they were denounced as uttiiekH on the
rights and liberties of the people.
A more senseless cry was never heard,
bat very few could be Btopped to
reason the mutter and tbe public
uilnd became possessed of the conviction that some great outrage hnd been
committed. The result wus Hint the
very Injustice and irregularities which
tbs law was designed to prevent were
passed over, and the lists remained
unpurged. Public clamor proved too
much for the law, which lost countenance and actually tied ln terror.
Perhaps It Is only in the Kootenays
where such a thing as this could occur, but It should lie made Impossible
anywhere. The luw requires some
stiffening, it should be made superior to the Insane clamiir of thu populace, and while undergoing change
��� hero aro many other things that
wight be Introduced with advantage.
At present it is possible for aliens to
register without proper challenge, and
any person so disposed is rather protected than otherwise in the opportunity to vote, not once, hut several
times. And the law altogether is
more Complicated than neec.ssury. A
simple registration Act, with the
strictest possible provisions against
frauds,  Is what Is needed; and    if the
Legislature finds itself debarred from
ttklog up the question at the coming
Minimi. It is to be hoped the Attor-
B*y-General will keep it in mind and
sea that it has due consideration as
Soon OS circumstances will permit.
A  FEW
RARE
BARGAINS
Morrison fe Caldwell
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Canada mm &
BOOK CO.
SMOKE
THE   CELEBRATED
We are decorated
for the Carnival.
Come  and see us.
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M BAKER  STREET, NELSON.
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DRINK
THE  BEST
BEER
Anheuser-
Busch
SL Loliis
Lager
To be had wholesale at Nelson.
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
INC0RP0R**��-��M*
BRIAR  PIPES.
Confirmation of the massacre of the
foreigners in Pekin, which comes today, does not render the situation in
'.liiiia any worse than it was, for the
worst had already been anticipated)
but it will perhaps compel a more ser-
toui viuw of it. It is an outrage
which the Powers are bound to avenge.
The llowager-KiuprcsH has declared
war against the world, nud followed
np the declaration by an act of auch
���hocking atrocity that the challenge
aiuil be accepted with grim earnest
���ess. It la the beginning of events of
which nn one can sec the end. Japan
alone can probably bring China ti
terms, but if partition and division
should follow there is no telling what
BUT happen.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
HKAD   OFKIOE   TORONTO,    ONT.
Money to Insu ou Straiuht Mortgage
Apply Li (I. I.   LLN MIX,   linker   Ht.,
Nslton.
PYLE'S   PEARLINE
Large Sits
15 CENTS
For Sale hj
Western Mercantile Oo. Ltd
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SPECIALS
For Warm Weather.
\\. P. Rilhefc &
Co., Lld-
A. B. GRAY, H:��ker St., Nelson
Knntciiiiy Agent,
Great West
II taurine Go.
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Screen Doors,   $2.00 each
Window Screens, 35c each
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M'LACHLAN  BROS.
SUCCESSORS   TO
Vancouver   Hardware  Co.,   Limited
Baker Street,  Nelson.
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
PI
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
Wiltons
Axminsters
Brussels
Tapestries
Take vour choice; select
your pattern; show us the
floor; you have no more
worry.
Prices and quality always
satisfactory. We sew and
lay all carpels free of charge.
Blind.
We carry a good assortment
of Opaques, and can fill
orders for any size blinds,
and will he glad to quote
prices for special sizes.
THURMAN
TOBACOONIST
linker St.
Direct Importation
HAVANA  CIGARS
All till) tliadlllK Miami
Try NAPOLEON niowtiiK Tulwrco.
The Hall nines  Limited
( IN LIQUIDATION.)
'I'n slinrc Warrant* Mulders:
Special resolution, for liquidation
nnd reconstruction were passed nt an
Extraordinary Ueneral Meeting held
on the r;tli of April luiit. and confirmed nt a further meeting mi the BOth
Idem, and In conformity therewith a
new Company has lieen registered
nniler the name nf the Hull Mining &
Smelting Company (Limited) having
a capital of tier,,non in Ordinary
shares of ��l each.
As Liquidator of the old Company
I irive notice that the Agreement for
the   trnuHfer of   the iiHHetH of   the old
Company tu the new Company, which
wan submitted to ami approved by the
Willi Extraordinary (ienernl Meeting,
Iiiih now lieen executed  and  is dated
the   Sth   of   June   1900.     Holders   uf
Ordinary shares in the old Company
are entitled to claim as of right an
allotment of an equal number of
Ordinary shares nf ti each in the new
Oompany with Is shillings per share
credited as having Im'cii paid up
thereon. Forma nf claims for signature can be Obtained nt the offices of
the Hall Mines Limited, Nelson,
liritish Columbia, nnd 111 order to be
effective the Hume must he forwarded
so as to reach the ollice of the new
Company, No. 1 Leadenhnll Street,
London, England, not later than
Kriday, 57th July, woo,
A, E, ANHLBY,
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IP We Have Sold 75 Per Cent of 411 the
9 Portland Cement
% Fire Brick, Fire Clay
j and Sewer Pipe
9 Used in tho Kootenay
i��j. Ju9t Received���Oarload
* Dominion Ale and  Porter
(lo piuts and quarts)
Dominion  White  Lahel  Ale
This la the fineht Ale brewed in Canada.
Dominion  Bulk  Ale
(pints and quarts)
Teacher's  Scotch   Whisky
(ID     1.. ;;Mil(iii     Ley s|
is still the best
H. J. EVANS & CO.
NKLSON, 11. C.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
Capital I'iiIiI-hii.     ,    .    .     HH.ftKS.WO.se I   Seal ��i,jse.iMM��.��
itnunl ar Itlrrrlnrm   Thomas iK. Konny,  President;  Thomas Itltchle, Vloa_______
Wlloy Smith, H. U. Hiiulil, Hon. 11. II. Kullor, M.I..C Hon. liavltl MacKoon. "esineni.
Hi ml   Olll...   Hill Hi,, :
Gonerul MnnnKor, Kilson U Pease, Montreal.
Bnporlntend.nl of Bnuiohos. und Secretary, w. H. Terrenes ituiifuT
In 1    W. K, llrock, Halifax.
Inspector I), M, Stewart, Monlrenl.
BmekesI
BRANCHJ.H IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
OerresBeadeats 1
J'.aaada-Morr.liiiiil* Bank of Canada.   H����l��_~Nnlloiiiil Hhawnnit, Hunk,   iiii,.,,,    i.,,. ,
Nulional  Hunk.   San _r-M.I����i-_ Irst NaUunnl  Hunk.   London, _�����.-Itank 5? h.JJi .?
Pan., Krnea  -radii Lyonnals.  Bermuda-iiank or Berniuda,'<5_a_ __*_____-___
Ron. and Shanghai HiuikfiiK Corporation, ���"" *a��am-Ho__
Oeneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bourht
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated. *
Accounts received on the most favorable terms,   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Hank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
HAMMOCKS
PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware Co.
Nelson,   B. C.
Gamble &  O'Reilly,
KBAL B8TATB   and   INSURANCE AQBNT8
Baker Street.
FOR   SALE
Two lots and   house, S rooms, lintli
room aud kitchen, nil modern Improvements, good view, handy to town,
gfi.500; terms.
FOR    RENT
New cottage. Mill Street, $25 per
month.
New cottage, Stanley streot, Him per
mouth.   All modern conveniences,
Two new cottages, (lore Street, $15
each.   Apply
Gamble & OReilly, Agents
FOR    SALE.
St.LeonMinera.Springs
Property.
The property ou Upper Arrow Lake
known as the St. Leon Mineral Springs
property consisting of abont 475 sores
of laud with hotel bnililiugH and vain
able Mineral Springs, aud a large tiaet
of standing tiuilier^may be pnrchaHed
on reasonable terms. Absolute title
and possession can be given at once
Full particulars will be mailed ou application to
GEO.  S. MoOAKTKR.
Vendor's Solicitor, Kevelstoke.
DAY
DOMINION
-AT THE
CLIBHOTEL.
Big Schooner
Beer or Half-and-Hiilf only
10c
ALWAYS FBBBH AND COOL.
The only good Beer iu Nelson.
Cor. Htanloj and gllloa Slrnuls.
ED CURRAN, Prop
gecTgukd"
Room 1, Turnor-Boeckh Block,
REAL ESTATE AND MINING AGENT
HOUSES   AND    BUILDING    LOTS
FOR  SALE IN   ALL PARTS
OF THE OITY.
WANTED-For client, a good busloeM
investment from 82,000 to 85,000.
ALEX. STEWART,
Room 3,  Turner-Boeckh  Block, Kelson
Neur, P��"...M1RS..Lo3.Ut.,   iJSZ,
FOR   SALE   CHEAP.
���I'_2r_-5OHM ,l"(1  1"', Stanley Street
2.ffcnous" H,"11 HBoWaSS
'r-^J^^H Victoria BtrMt,
S!n_a__&,uS Md ,ot' Sili(;�� Street.
1 rlio   u " hmuSa nl"1 l,,|H. Hilton i
en Street.
St
1800- House and lot, Sili
.1.000-Will purchase valuable corner
on,        ���� Vernon Street.
IflB-fBOoaih. rest on time, ��U1 p���r-
oliase lot it, Blook 711.       '
A licensed hotel, also cottage and lot at
lis., mi    F'Sf Mile Point. 0'' "
4,000 Share, Treasury Stock "Big H���rn"
a.i. _     81!nooe Mful��K & Dov On
Atbabaeca shares for sale, '
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
LIME
The Nelson Coke &
Gas Conipany is
now prepared to supply the best LIME
in the country at
50c per Cwt,
Special rates on carload lots.    Apply
Nelson ______ Gas cm
Baker Street.
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle.
UNION MADE.
KOOTENAYCIGARHFG.CO
NKLSON, B. V.
THE PAVILION
At 5-Mile Point
Thc beat Summer Hotel on Kootenay
I-ike. Always cool and shady, wltn
beautiful walks and splendid scenery.
One oi the host spots for Ashing on the
lake. First-class table and bar. Best
of attention.
It. F. PKBRY. MsuMgei
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will he reoeived by the undersigned np to the 15th of July bm��
for the sinking of a Bhaft on tbs Maud
8. mineral claim on the North Pork of
the Bnlinon liner. Plans snd specifications will he mailed on application
to the undersigned.
0. O. HOBSON, Secretary
Now North Fork Mining Oo., L*a,
P. O. Boa IM,
June 1st, 1000.       Vidooovw, B. 0,
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WINDERMERE
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NOTES.
One of the most remarkable finds
that has yet been made In this part of
tlie Kootenay country was discovered
by Messrs. David R. McLean and
Thomas Brown, both of Peterborough,
11. O.i on the north fork of Number
Two Creek.     The   (ind consists of five
clnluiH on three different leads, namely, First Effort and Three Hears on
one lead, Second Effort ami Evelyn
on another lead and Wild Oat on a
third lead. The samples Of pre brought
Into Peterborough, ou an . average,
assay very high.
Development work is now going on
at the Paradise Group on Spring
Creek, and Immense bodies of ore
have been uncovered. Regular shipments will he made from thin property
commencing within four months from
date. Mr. U. Randolph llriicc, C. E.,
of Peterborough, B. <'., representing
Eastern capital has this property
under bond.
F. M. Ohadbourne nf Nelson, H.
0.| who Is developing several properties In this ciimp has great faith in
Peterborough us the mining centre of
East Kootenay.
At the Isaac (Iroup, situated on No.
Two Creek, owned by 11. E. Poster,
the well known capitalist, large
bodies of ore arc being uncovered with
development work now goinc- on.
This group was discovered by an
Indian late last fall.
Hardly a day pusses without the
tidings of some new And being brought
into Peterborough.
Ureat satisfaction is felt by Unpeople of this district in the appointment of C, W. Welts, our popular
M. P. P., as commissioner of Lands
and Works.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
NELSON.
ATHABASCA MILL RUN.
The following are the particulars of
the June run for tlie   Athabasca Mill:
Period   of    run   89   days,    9     hours.
Number of tons mi I led  171
Value of bullion recovered. .921.117.1 (HI
Value  of   concentrates    recovered     5,919 78
Total values recovered. .937,594.78
Value of bullion per ton   of
ore   crushed  8       45 (13
Value of concentrates per ton
of ore   crushed  12 4(1
Total   values   recovered
per ton of ore crushed 8       68 09
Percentage by weight of concentrates to ore crushed   ..  1(1.8 p. e.
Percentage of recovery in
mill  80.(1 p. c.
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LUijiber.
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings, Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill st PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LAKDO.
HEAD OFFICE:  NELSON.
J. A. SAYWAED.
THE
Bank of
British Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
OSLER & JWDOUGALL,
Mining and Seal Estate Agents,
Houses and Lots on Reasonable Terms.
See Our Lists.
Office, Victoria Street,
Phuir Hotel.
Opposite
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the highest oash price for all
<tuoi of seoond hand goods. Will buy
��_ ���?' aP/tll,nK from an anchor to a
noodle, Pnrnitnre, stoves, carports,
oookiug utensils, bought In household
Sh "'_������ Al8�� oaBt off clothing.
Hii    ���DS.,8e8  me  or write.    Address
H il__   5'n��   Mike-   Box   200.     Hall
Htrest, Nelson. B. C.
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0. GREEN        F. S. CLEMENTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
���SMI Engineer* and Provincial Und
Surveyors.
P. 0, lioi W j,,,WOi R C(
By-Law No. 71.
A By-Law to raise 980,000 to Improve
the streets within   the   City of Nelson.
Whereas a petition has been presented to the Municipal Oounoil of
the Corporation of the City of Nelson,
signed liy the owners of at least one-
tenth of the value of the real property
of the saiil City, as shown  by the last
revised assessment roll, requesting
the saiil Counoil to Introduce a By-
Law to raise the sum of twenty thousand dollars (930,000), for the purpose
of Improving the   streets  within   the
City.
And whereas it is deemed necessary
nnd expedient to improve the streets
within   the   Oity   of   Nelson    for  the
convenience <if the citizens.
And ivliercas it is expedient to borrow the stun of twenty thousand dollars (WO,000) for the purposes aforesaid,
And whereas the whole amount of
the rateable land of the said City,
according to the laHt revised iishchs-
iiicnt roll is due Million Two Hundred
and Forty-seven Thousand dollars (81,-
347,000):
And whereas it will be necessary to
raise annually by rate the sum of Pour-
teen Hundred and Seventy-one dollars
and Sixty-three cents ($1,471.(Ill)
for paying the said debt and  interest.
Now therefore, the Municipal Council of the  Corporation of   the  City of
Nelson in Council assembled enacts as
follows:
1. It shnll and may be lawful for
thi' Mayor of the City of Nelson to
borrow, upon the credit of the said
Corporation, by way of the debentures
hereinafter mentioned,from any person
or persons, body or bodies corporate,
who may be willing to advance the
Same as a loan, a sum of money not
exceeding in the whole the sum of
twenty thousand dollars (8.(1,(SKI,(10)
and to cause all such sums so raised or
received to lie paid into the hands of
the Treasurer of the said Corporation
for the purposes and with thu objects
hereinbefore recited.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said Corporation to cause any
number of Debentures to be made,
executed and issued for such sum or
sums as may be required for the purpose and object aforesaid, not exceeding however, the sum of
twenty thousand dollars (930,000.00),
each of the said Debentures being of
the denomination of one thousand
dollars (91,000.00),'and all such Debentures shall be scaled with the seal
of the Corporation, and signed by the
Mayor,  thereof.
3. The said Debentures shall bear
date the 1st day of October, A.I). 1000,
and shall be made payable iu twenty
years from the saiil date, in lawful
money of Canada, at the ollice of the
Bank of Montreal in Nelson aforesaid,
which said plaoe of payment shall be
designated by the said Debentures,
and shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest and
the signatures to the interest coupons
may be either written, .stamped, printed or lithographed.
���I. The said Debentures shall \jear
interest at the rate of I per centum
per annum from the date thereof,
which interest shall lie payable semiannually at said office of the Hank of
Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, iu lawful money of Canada, ou the 1st day
of April aud the 1st day of October respectively, in each year during the
currency thereof, and it shall be expressed in saiil Debenture and coupons to be so payable.
5. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of said Corporation to negotiate and
sell the said Debentures or any of
them for less than par: but in no ease
shall the said Debentures or any of
them be negotiated or sold for less
than ninety-five per centum of their
face value, including the cost of negotiating and sale, brokerage and all
other incidental expenses.
li. There shall be raised and levied
iu each year during the currency of
said Debentures the sum of eight hundred dollars (9800.00) for the payment
of interest and the sum of six hundred
unci seventy-one and (13-10(1 dollars
(9671.08) for the payment of the debt
due under the said debentures liy a rate
suflicient therefor on all the rateable
land in the said Municipality.
7. It shall lie lawful for'the said
Municipal Council to re-purehase any
of the said Debentures upon such
terms as may be agreed upon with the
legal holder or holders thereof, or any
part thereof, either at the time of sale
or any subsequent time or times, and
all Debentures so repurchased shall
forthwith be cancelled and destroyed,
and norc-issue of Debentures so repurchased shall'bc made iu eonsequenoe
of such rc-piircliase.
h.   This bylaw shall  take effect on
the :sist day of July, A. D. 11100.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
NELSON,
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Take notice.    That   the   above  Is a
true  copy   of   the   proposed     By-Law
upon which the vote ofthe Municipality will be taken) for the Bast Wind
at   the   City   Police   Court   Room on
Josephine Street; for   the  West Ward
at the   otlice   of   the    Exchequer Gold
Mining Co, on the north side of [taker
Street between Stanley and Kootenay
Streets,  on Wednesday,  thejl-th   day
of July, at H o'clock In   the forenoon.
W. E.  WASSON.
Acting City Clerk.
Nelson, 11. C, July 4th,  1900.
COAL   MINERS
Steady employment will be given
to   25   (rood   coal   miners  at   the
Canmore mines, Alberta.
THE H. W. M'NKII.L CO. (Ltd.)
W. F. Little, Manager.
A. R. BARROW, a.m. ..a e
Provincial  Land  Surveyor.
Corner Viotoria and Koolonay Sts.
P. O. Box 559. Telephone No. 05
NELSON WINE CO.,
whore yon can depond on  Rotting tho bout
nrandH In the market and any quantity from
10o. up.   Prloes cannot be dlrtputod,
���phonk tn,
Frank A. Tamblyn, Mgr.,
Bakbr Stkbkt, Nklson
BY-LAW   NO.   72.
A By-Law to rftlHO $ti,000 for purcluiHiiiK
nmkiii-C plant.
Whoreusa putitlim liiuj been preHentod to tho
-Viu.i.dpu.Voui.uUof Lho Corporation of the City
of Nolson. Blgned by tho owiiorn of at louKtono-
tonth of thi value of iho real prOpO.ty of the
wild City, in. shown by the lant ruvUea uhhohh-
ment roll, requesting tho tmld Conn nil to Introduce u By-l-aw to MUM the Hum of six thousand
dollars (96.000.00) for tho purpose of purchasing
a road making plant for tho (Mty of Nelson.
And whorous It Ih doomed neOOSSfirj and expedient (opurchaHO a road making plant fur
tho convenience ofthe citizens,
And whoieuHitiH oxpodluut to borrow the
Bald sum of hIx thousand dollars (KJ.UW.Oj) for
tho purponos aforesaid.
And whereas the whole amount of the rateable land of the said city, according to the
last, revised assessment roll Ih one million two
hundred und forty-seven thousand dollars
(|1.8_7-O0O.OO),
And Whereas it will bo necessary to raise annual!) by rutolhn bum of four hundred and
forty-one und 19*100 dollars (1441.49) for pay-
lntt tho said debt, and interest.
Now therefore tho Municipal Council of tbe
Corporation of the City o" Nolson In Council
assembled enacts an follow.:
1. It shall und niuv bo lawful for tho Mayor
of tho Corporation ofthe City of Nelson to borrow, upon Lho el edit of tlie Hnid Corporntlnn,
by way of the Debentures hereinafter men
11..nn!, from any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate, who muy be willing to advance the same as a loan, a sum of money not
exceeding ln tbo whole the sum of six thousand dollars (SU.uoo.OO), und to ouuho all suoh
Hums so raised or received to be paid into the
hands of tho Treasurer of the sold Corporation
for tho purposes and with thu objects hereinbefore recited.
_, 11 shall DO lawful for tho Mayor of aald
Corporation to cause any nuiiihor of Debentures to bo mado, executed and issued for such
sum or sums ns may bo required for the purpose andoldcctaforesaid, not exceeding how-
over, tbo sum Of six thousand dollars 110,000.00),
each of the said Debentures being of the denomination of ono thousand dollars (91,000 00),
and all such Debentures shall be sealed with
the soul of the Corporution and signed by the
Mayor thereof.
3. Thc said Debentures shall bear date tho
1st day of October, A.D. 1900, and shall be made
payable in twenty yours from tho said dato. in
lawful money of Canada, at tbo olllee of the
Bank of Montreal in Nelnon aforesaid, which
said place of payment shall bo designated by
the said Debentures, and shall havo attached
to thorn coupons for thc payment of iutorost,
and the signatures to I lie Interest coupons may
bo either written, stamped, printed or lithographed.
.. Tho said Debentures shall boai Interostnt
the rate of . per centum pet annum from the
date thereof, which interest, shut! be payable
Heml-antiuully st thesuid office of the Hank of
Montreal ln Nelson aforesaid, in lawful money
of Canada, on the 1st day of April aud thc 1st
day of October respectively, in each year during tho currency thereof, and It shall be expressed in said Debentures and coupons to bo
so payable.
5. It shall be lawful for tbo Mayor of said
Corporution to negotiate and sell thc said Debentures or any of them for less than pur; but
In no case shall the said Debentures or any of
Ihein he negotiated or sold for less than ninety -
five per rcntum of iheir face vuluc, including
tho oost of negotiating and sulc, brokerage and
all other Incidental expenses.
0, Thore shall be raised and levied in each
year during tho currency of said Debentures
tho sum of two hundred and forty dollars
(|240) for the payment ot interest uud the sum
uftwo hundred and one and 4U100 dollars
(P'iOL.'Ji for the payment of the debt due under
the said Debentures by a rule sutlicieiit therefor on all tho rateable land in the said Municipality.
7. It shall be lawful for tho said Municipal
Council to re-purchaseany of tho said Debentures upon such terms as may be agreed upon
witli i lie legal holder or holders (hereof, or any
part thereof, either at the time of sule or nny
subsequent time or times, and ull Debentiuos
sore-purchased shall forthwith be cancelled
and destroyed, nnd no re-issue of Debentures
so re-purchased shall be made in consequence
of such re-purchase.
8. This By-Law shall tako effect on the 31st
<!..y of July, A. D.1900.
Take notice. That the above is a
true copy of the proponed By-Law upon which the vote of tlie Municipality
will be taken for the East Ward at
the City Police Courtroom on Josephine Street; for the West Ward at
the office of the Exchequer Hold Mining Co. on the north side of Baker
Street between Stanley nnd Kootenay
Streets, on Wednesday, the 18th day of
July, at 8 o'clock in the forenoon.'
W. E. WASSON,
Acting City Clerk,
Nelson, B. B.t July Ith, 1900.
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CARPETS, RUGS, LINOLEUMS, Etc. It is
the biggest stock in the Kootenays, and always
up to date.
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NELSON OPERA 1001
TONIGHT AT 8:30.
Clara Mathes'
Big Comedy
Company
Have You Any
Money Left?
If you have, we want it.    You  can  get  more  for  it
from us than from any other dry goods or men's furnishing
goods  store  in   town.    That  big sale we have told you so
on  and  prices are still  away down.
JACK SHEPPARI)
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
NELSON,
NOTICE.
Public notice Ih hereby glvon thut tho votes
of thu elect urn will bo taken on the following
Hy-l-uWH, viz;
By-Law No. 08-A By-Law to raise 315,000.00
tu extend tbe walerworkH HyHtem.
Jly-Liiw No. ti�����A B/-IAW to ra.no 31.%000.00
to extend und improve the electric light riy_tein.
By-Law No. 70 A l*y-l_nw to ralso fcAl.UuO.OO
to eitemt tbo sewuifo system,
By-Law No. via Hy-Utw to ralso $20,000.00
to improve tbe stroots.
By-Law No. W���A By-Law to raine 98.000.00
to   nn j tlia- 10 a ruiul making plant.
On Wednesday the 181 h nay of July next be-
tweon tho hour_ of 8 o'clock a.m. and 1 o'clock
p.m.
The TOWS of tbo doctors for tbo Bast Ward
will be taken at i In- City I'olloo Courtroom on
JoHonhhie Street and tbo votes ofthe electors
for the Wo.-t Ward al lho olllct) of the Kxcho-
qtter Bold Mining Company on tho north side
of Haker Street between Stanley and Koolonay Streets.
Any male Or female being of tbe full Ago of
twenty-one years who U the assessed owner of
bind or of real property within the Municipality shall havo a vote either continuing or negativing tho said By-LaWS in each ward In which
ho or she may be .1 ���<������<��� 1 for land or reul property.
Hy Order,
W. K. WASSON,
Acting City Clork nnd Hoturulng Ofllcor.
Nelaon, B.C., July 4th, l-.oi.
H. & M- BIRD
A|[cnli fur liurtk.   riinmil Wool and
A.be.to*  Co.
Real Estate,  lire  Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOR SALE.
Twelve lots, beinK U>e south half
of blook 100, one blook above
Nelioii Club $2,00(1
Two good I mi iii I mi; lots ou Mill
Street       BOO
Fiftjirfoot lot on Vernon Street,
near Thorpe's factoey    1 ,(H K)
I/it on Viotorin Street, near iMiu-
era'   Union      860
Three-story house on Park St.
elose to  Baker St All  modern
conveniences    2,500
FOR RENT.
Nine-roomed house on Carbonate
Street, two blooks from Post-
office. All modern conveniences, including, coal  furnace, 'lo 00
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
And   High   Class
Vaudeville.
POPULAR   PRICES.
GOOD BOMS CHANCE
A first-class salcsmon wanted to
represent us in Nelson, B, 0��� and
vicinity for the sale of Hardy Fruit
Trees, Ornamentnl Trees nnd Shrubs.
Over 000 aores undor cultivation. We
grow varieties of stock especially
adapted to liritish Columbia. All
slock guaranteed free from blemish of
any kind, and accompanied by Gov
eminent oertifioate of inspection
Write for terniH to the
l'ELUAM NURSERY COMPANY,
Toronto, Out
N. B.���We have other territories not
covered.    Applications solicited.
store   in
much  about is  still
Come and see us.
Martin O'Reilly & Co.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, M, C.
&���<_. ���������������������� g_^f>
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Order* by mall to any branch will have careful a��4 erompt attention.
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We  aro now doing  husiDcsi in
COAL!   COAL!
Great Reduction!
IIAUI) OPAL    tf��Q /��C   _.-_
(ANTHKACITKI   vt>C7.00   Per
OKOWS  NK8T
COAX,
Nktjwn n. C.
ik nnil Dny Hdiool conducted hy
of Bt. JoHOlih of I'oaco.    ItusltU*
n tod at'tiii) corner of Mill nnd Jwuplilnfl ntrcetn,
A Ponrdln
tho HlxterH
mo of tho lioNt residential portions of Nullum   and Is easily  iiccesslblo   from  oil pnrU
�� Tho courso of study Includes tho fundamental and higher branchos of a thorough KiikIWi
education. Buslnoss courso ���Bookkeeping.
Hlcnogr.phy and Typewriting. Solenco course
Music. Vocal and Instrumental! Drawing,
oto.-1'liln aud Art Needlework; Calisthenics,
el. or t-rmi and particulars applr
Bu parlor,
Ton
$6.15 per Ton
DBUVHKED.
C.W.WEST&C0.
TKLKPHONB S3.
E- P- WHALLEY, J. P.
NOTARY   PUBLIC
Offloe With C.  W.   West Ss  Co.,   Cor.
Hall and Baiter Streets.
City Oflice of   the Nelson Soda Water
Factory.
CRUCIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-S inch diam. 918.60per 100 feet. For
immediate delivery in Nelaon
apply.
OUR NEW STAND
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
Next to Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see  all
OLD customers and many Nr.W ones.
Give us a call.
t
our
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KIRKPATRICK   &
Telephone 10.
WILSON.
P 0 Box, K and W
I have now in stock a line
of all i-l.-c.���.!������. of
TWEEDS, WORSTEDS
and SERGES.
Special Line of Tweed Suitings at $25.
E. SKINNER,
Successor to Fred J. Squire-
F. J. SQUIRE. MANAGER
j. c.
T. CROFTS,
��- O. Box 676. Nalson,
 -'I-	
b. r,��
CHARLES ST. BARBE,
Stock ni stare Broker.
QENERAL AQENT.
MEN WANTED.
Wanted.��� 8000 rook men and general
liHnilH for work on White Paw anil
Yukon Hallway. Vny< -:i.:;o per dny.
Board 81 per day. Work every day.
Pay monthly in cnidi. Fare from Vancouver $2i) with 8o rebate after working HO days. Apply to M. J. Hener,
contractor, im Inns of Court or A. O.
Bnei, _��S Cordova Street, Vancouver
or on tbe work.
REISTERER & CO.
iutop
Brewen of Fine Iitfrer
Beer and Potter,
IN AND SKK US.
Nolnon, H. O. Kw��___
NELSON PAILY MINER, SATURDAY, JULY f, t^,
IN TOWN FOR A DAY.
or Ontario Visits
provincial secretary Btratton,
Nulson.
Hun. J. It. Stratton, 1
retary of Ontario,
fee. of Toronto:
viuciiil Sec-
and Mr, T.   P. Cof-
arrlved In Nelaon this
morning and left for ICaali
o'cliK'lt this afternoon, Messrs
ton and Coffee nre respectively
at   i
Strut-
pi'OSl-
ilcnt and vice president of the nonunion Permanpnt Loan Co. and  It is to
look iivcr the business of thin
tlon that thoy nre   In   tho   K
They are both very much pleu
what tbey havo  found
somewhat surprised
commercial Importa
Nclsnn.    Mr. Stratti
hia duties aa Provincial   Secretary
Ontario ami ns president
ciunpniiy. is proprietor
borough Daily and Wei
and bus also large inter
at
lnstltu-
lotcnay,
Bod with
hero  nmi are
the  size  niul
of i he lily of
in addition   tu
ni
f  the  loan
of  the   Peter-
kly Examiner
,-sts  in   innnu-
II.-
i.klng
n thc
Manl-
Strat-
',1    of
Sl
faeturlng   Institutions.     During   bis
present trip he will   visit   ull   ..f the
towns of the Kootenays uml the  mosl
Important of those at  the   Const
will also spcnil sonic time  in    loi
over his company's securities  ii
Northwest Territories and   in
toba.    While in Nelson Messrs.
ton anil Coffee   wi re   entertained   by-
Mr. C, I). .1. Christie and Mr.   I'.   13.
Wilson.
LOCAL AND   PERSONAL
The t'lara Mathes Company will
give a benefit for thc Ueneral Hospital uc\t Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. II. .1. Evans leave
tomorrow for Banff where tbey will
spend a week or ten days.
"A Woman'8Theology" wlllbeltev,
II. C, Sutherland's subject of discourse
in the Presbyterian Church tomorrow
evening.
The funeral of Nelson Purdy, who
died yesterday after undergoing an
operation at the Ueneral Hospital on
Thursday took place this afternoon,
The   Nelson   Operatic   Society   will
hold a committee meeting at .*�� o'clock
Monday  afternoon ut   tlie   Hi
Trade rooms over the Hank of   llrll
Columbia.
Tomorrow morning there will be an
exchange of pulpits between Rev, J.
II. White, of the Methodist Church,
and Hev. II. C. Sutherland, of the
Presbyterian Church.
Among tbe   victims   in   tbe   recent
street ear  accident   at  Tao
the mother and father of   M
Lcod.    Mrs. McLeod recelvi
���age to that effect yesterday
Mr. II. _,   Brown,   of tin
passenger department, now
st Winnipeg, bus been appointed  city
ticket, agent for Nelson   and   will   arrive here next week,
1). VV. Moore, ore agent for the
Trail smelter, passed tbrongh the
city today, lie stated that the lead
output for tlie month of June far exceeded that fertile month of May.
There will lie a meeting uf Nelson
Lodge No. 33, A. F. ami A. M. next
Wednesday evening at 7:30 at Hie Ma-
sonic Lodge on Haker street. A cordial Invitation la extended tu all visiting brothers.
Services iu Hie Mcthuilist Church
will be held tomorrow ut 11 n. m,
and 7:30 p, m., Rev. Mr. Sutherland
of the Presbyterian Church preaching
in the morning and the pastor, Hev,
J.  II. White, in the evening.
In   the   Baptist    Church   tomorrow
mn were
s. 1). Mc-
I   n    ines-
C.  P.   ft,
stationed
morning the
II. V
1'. 1 .    will
In
ild u
meeting   at
II    u
cluck,   ami
iu
the
evening at 7
::iu there w ill be i
i CI
llilil-
rail's Day ser
vice
by  meiubcn
Ull
the
_ iiniluy     Scl
tool
addressed   1
iv
Mr.
Howell.
T. .1. Lend
ruin,
managing
lircctur
of the Bosun
mine
. returned fi
	
that
place   yester
day.
ll,-    reporl
s
Hint
things arc going nicely niul thai tbe
company nre now running four tunnels. The shipments fur tlie month of
.lime were I in ions,
A man named Moorchouse, employed by .1. W. Stewart, cut one of his
feet severely yesterday witb a broad
axe while cutting tics. Upon learning uf the accident Mr. Stewart sent a
tug for the man ami bail him brought
to Nelson and sent tu the Crtekmay
Iluspital.
_. T. Pooler, representative uf tbe
Swift Packing Company, of Spokane,
left for Spokane this morning, He reports thai Hie Canadian supply has
fallen off anil lhat the local merchants
were about to Import a carload uf salt
meats from Spokane, Although the
Canadian receipts are smaller thc market is active anil prices lirm.
At thc meeting uf the members uf
the Congregational Church at Mr.
Kwart's resilience. Ihe plans ami
specifications for   the new church, as
submitted     by      Messrs      Knurl     ami
Carrie, were approved and the architect! were ordered to complete tlie
same. A slight change from Unoriginal plan was made. The main
entrance will be nt the corner "f
Stanley ami silica Ht recta, Al H���>
front of Hie church faring Stanley
Street will he Hie church parlor, II
by 11 feet ami a School room, l^ by
19 feet. The auditorium uf tin- church
will be I'.' by It feet.   There will l��� a
Boating capacity of 450, including that
uf tlie gallery, whieli will hold '-''��'���
The pulpit will be placed in the corner
opposite thai of the entrance. This
will necessitate a circular distribution
of seats radiating from the centre, lu
Cm basement will he placed a kitchen
anil furnace room.
The following donatiods were received ut the General Hospital during
lb.- month uf June: Dinner set. Mrs.
Aiken: fruit, R, I'- Rileyl trout, T,
Long! magazines. Mrs. Cecil Ward.
Mrs. Campbell-Johnston, Mrs. Astley.
Miss Williams and Miss Lowe: Dowers,
Miss lluinsluhci-. Mrs. Stucks. Mrs.
fisher. Mrs. Travcs, Mrs. Parker,
Mrs.   livers and Mrs. Mel Hone.
Word has been received hercjthal
Hie Nelsun ami licdllugton Railway.
which runs ft i KnsUanook to Bonner's ferry, Idaho, where ii connects
with the Great Northern, will he open
Hie latter part uf next week. V. S.
forest uf Spokane has been appointed
superintendent of the road, The opening uf this line will give direct, currier connections witli the Canadian
Pacific.
Manager Waterman, of the baseball
team, has arranged for an excursion
train tu Rossland tomorrow. The
train leaves at 7:20a, m. niul lenves
Rossland again at B p. m. if 150 or
more people go round trip tickets will
be Bold for a single fare. Otherwise
thc tickets will be a fare-and a third.
A big crowd is expected as this game
will he ihe third of Hie Dominion
Day series ami tu settle the ownership
uf the  prize.
Must l.ynnc wus thc play presented
liy the Mathes Company last night and
the popular old melodrama wus ably
performed, all those taking part giving excellent renditions of tlie
characters represented. Jaek Shep-
paril, a romance of the road, will be
thc bill fur this evening and should
draw a large house. The company
will nut close their perfuriuauces tonight having decided to  remain over
next week.
The Nelson City Band will be in attendance nt tbe football game between
tlie Nelson team and the team chosen . th
from the professional and literary
men. As the proceeds are for the
Ueneral Hospital it is expected that
there will he large attendance of spectators. The doctors and attorneys of
the city feel confident Hint Hie colors
of the Nelsou eleven, which Isthconly
team In the Kootenays Hint has not
been beaten this seasunswill be lowered Monday evening.
Thc local tlrnnginen   will   celebrate
the 12th of July nl   Slocan   City   this
rear. Although there is only a membership of i50 in tlie local lodge il is
thought that nearly 100 people will
go ns there arc many visiting members
in the city. The celebration nt Slocan
will open with a parade in which will
join lodges from Rossland, Sandon,
Kaslo, Greenwood, Ainsworth, Balfour and Pilot liny. At noun a ban-
i|uet will take place "und then afternoon sports will follow,
fred ti. Edwards of Lethbrldge, N.
\V. T.. secretary of the footbnll team
uf that place, bus written ihe local
secretary asking if the two tenuis
could not be brought together in tl
nenr future The Lethbrldge team is
arranging to make a trip through tin
Kootenay District and play the teams
at fernie. Cranbrook, Blalnmore and
Plncbcr Creek, The letter was received hist evening, lull no action as
yet has been taken, but it is though)
that satisfactory arrangements will he
made.
The following transactions wen
corded at Hie Mining Recorder's office
today: Certificates of Work were is
ailed to A. K. Crossett, on Hold Leaf:
to C, C. I.mid. on Clarendon, Trans
fers: from Joseph Barnard of Erie to
Elldore llushnn of Trail, entire interest uf fnlrhavun uml Warfare Fractional, fur J2U0, Locations: fourth
uf .inly, un Arlington Hill, by John
McEvoy.Jock Shuttleworth uml George
Kalnvauu; Huh Roy, un Hrohman
' reel, by John llnpburn ; Maplo Leaf.
on Orohmnn Creek, by Robert D, Hunter uml Peter llarube,
Tin- Kootenaiau, uf Knslo. went out
"I   IU Way  in   its issue uf this    week   tu
roast al st   evcryuiie ami everything
'- acted with the Nelsun  Dominion
Day celebration, Special attention is
paid to ilie yacht race ami the assertion is made thai tbo Nelsun hunt refused to sail off the tie. If the editor
of tho Kootenaiau will speak with Mc-
Dougall, captain of the Gossoon, tho
Knsiu boat, he will limi that gentleman well sntisii,.,! with the treatment
he received.    The prize wus sl k  for
after the hunts Heil  in    the    fttCO,    mill
was won fairly by McLeod for the
owners of the Myth.
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Are Your Feet Right?
Are they tires
HflpjBool
style ?
stylish
prices.
Our
If not, ca
footwear
Ladies'
Shoes are just right.
mt
ire**; *
LILLIE BROS, j
Tho Sliooists
DREAD NEWS CONFIRMED
Continued From First Page.
bunt   GUjak
Sonic shells
I water  line.
MISCELLANEOUS
nhoiv. and tho   Russian
was  Beverely   damaged,
struck her just below tl
rho   Russian Korejotz was badly Injured by shells entering some of lier
cabins.   She was leaking In six places.
Another cabin   was  wrecked by thc
explosion of a shell, and  over fifteen
wore killed us a result of tins t-xplo-      wn/i)
"ion. , or store.
Soon nfter daylight an attack by anything,
land began. Russian, German and!
Japanese troops were told olY to guard
the Tongku station. The fori was attacked, and after a resolute bayonet
charge they pushed back the Chinese
forces and scaled the walls with bamboo ladders.
Coincidentally forces from the ships
were landed on thc Taku Bide. All
vessels lowered a number of men and
the Chinese outside of the poinl were
driven back with a great   loss of life.
AdvcrtttioniGnta inwcrtivl under thin homl nt
thi! rata ot ono cont a word per tunortiout   No
ndvoi'tisiiiuonl tnken for Ions than '25 conlH.
TO   LET���A    nicely    furnished    bed
room.   Apbly Mrs.   Bradford*  Silica
Street.
WANTKI). -Stenographer and   Typewriter   operator   wanted,      Address
advertiser. l\ 0,   Itox IMS, Nelson.
l\feW prij Goods Store
������*������������������������
STYLISH   MILLINERY
At Half Price.
���������������������������
Ladies'  Blouses--Re8'ular $>v���� ;uul $3-75; your
choice at $1.75.
Our regular $1.50;   choice 75c.
���������������������������
KERR & CO.
Baker Street, Nelson.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
AM.   KINDS  OF
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
-Employment
Good bookkeeper
Address   A.   It. 1
in
ollice
Will do
Miner
illiCl
TO   LET.-HoDse  to   let  across  tbe
lukp, stove,, etc.    Apply O. Nuwling,
linker streot.
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.
Orders by mail receive careful
TRAVES,   Manauer.
Baker Street, Nelson.
ml prompt attention
FOK HKNT.���'J rooms in West Blook,
Apply at nliino of 0. W. West Ss Co.
A 1,1. KINDS   Of  plain   sewing done.
Blouses and children's clothes n specialty.    Mrs,    Qogon,   Opposite Opera
House.
STILL HOPING.
Washington, July 7.���An Important
despatch to the state Department
from Consul Goodenow tins morning
lias revived the hope, in a measure,
I the Legation ollieials or at least
some of them arc still alive in l'ekin
Having survived at least two weeks
longer than was Bupposed to be ]ms-
liblc, and certainly being alive live
lays ago. the unfortunate Ministers
mil their stall's and guards may be
holding out still. In fad if the only
active enemy thoy have now
to face is starvation, us Consul General Goodenow indicates, the
ollieials believe there is substantial
ground for the hope that they may
bold out und that the horrible stories
of the lust few- days from Shanghai of
nameless crimes and massacres com*
milled npon the Legations are at
least premature.
The main hope for speedy action
still rests In Japan, According to
the Japanese Legation hero, whieli
has late advices from Toklo, '.".'.nun
Japanese soldiers are now on Chinese
soil.
('ARI'KYI'Klltt \VANTKI)-Ten good
carpenters* wunlcil at   once, at i . im
hoe concentrator,  at   Handon.   Apply
P. J. llickcy, Saiidon. li. ('.
PIPE SMOKERS
ATTENTION!
Ask   your    Tobacconist    for
Smith's
Glasgow
Mixture
ARETIIIISA  TO   SAIL.
Victoria, 11. C July  7.���II,  M, s.
Arelhusa has received orders from the
British Admiralty lo sail for Chinese
waters on Wednesday next. There
is great   activity   In Naval circles al
Ksipiimalt.
j Positively
for    Pipe
market.
the finest Tobacco
Smoking   in   the
Cascade Water and Light Go.
LIMITED.
tin
His LIFE WAS SAVED.
Mi. .1. E, Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo , lately hud a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death.
In telling of it be says, "I was taken
with Typhoid .ever, tbat ran Into
Pneumonia, My lungs became hardened. I was so weak I could nut, sit
up in bed. Nothing helped inc. I
expected soon to die of t'onsiimpt ion.
When I beard of Dr. King's New Dis-,
covery. One bottle gave great relief. I B!,e,et_ a,m" we report
I continued lo use il. and now am well
and sliong. I can'l Bay too much in
its praise." This marvellous medicine
is tlie suicst and ipiiclccsl cure in tbe
world for all Throal anil Lung
Trouble,    Regular  sizes ."ill cents and
8I.IKI.    Trial   bottles   I    id    Canada
Ding  It   Hook   Sl ore    Every   bottle
guaranteed.
reby   given that
General  Meeting
1  Company  will
Loudon |
NOTICE is li
fourth Ordinary
Ihe above name
held ai tlie Offices of Th"
liritish Columbia Cold fields. Limited.
situate on Haker Street in the City of
Nelson. British Columbia, on Wednesday, the Isth day of July, mnn. al ;i
o'clock in tho afternoon for the following purposes, namely:
To receive and consider tile annual
statement of accounts and balance
f the Directors
and Auditors thereon; to elect Directors and oilier officers in place of those
retiring, and lo transact the olhcr ordinary business of the Company.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., Ibis nth day
of July, A.D. I'.iiiii.
II. AI.KKS tlANKEY,
Secretary.
Spring chicken and all the rielicnei.is
nf the soason served to you wlnn yon
visit Plorenoe Park lintel at Roberts'
Hunch, two and a half miles up the
river.   W. M. Roberts, propiletot.
KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
"RT,nn EIBBOB THA IS DELICIOUS.'
STILL BURNING.
New  York.  July 7.    The lire al Ihe
Standard   Oil   C pany's    Works al
Bayonnc, N. J., wus siill burning today,   The lire department of Bayonne
and    Ihe    lire    lighting   force   of   the
Standard oil Co, kepi up their struggle agalnH the flames during the night
bul their efforts were of little   avail.
Tired
eyes
cause
sickness
Onr Fresh Roosted Coffee Best of
Quality, as follows:
JftVa uml Anil,inn Mniiiu. per pound.,  ���
Java and Mocha Blond,.'( pounds	
Pino Santos, I pounds	
.Smiles I lien. I, ,'t pun nils	
Our   Si lulllleiul, li pmuiils	
our Kiu Konst, .pounds	
A Till 11, okim'ii SOLICITED,
SALUBIIOOM8 I
2 DOORS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOCK, W. BAKER ST^
Nelson,      -      b. c.
t   41,
1 no
l nu
I im
1 un
1 un
Atlantic S. S. Lines
Luke   Park    Pavilion-Sooisl   Dance
every W.dnesday evening,   Beit floor
ill lllHII.
Became the eyes tire easily,
some folks say they are not well.
In most such cases there is eyestrain.
Neglected eyestrain is sure to
produce sickness.
Be wise.
Have your eyes examined.
Know their exact condition from
an expert.
Consultation free.
Patenaude Bros.
Watchmakers, Jewcltiis nrul Opticians,
NELSON   B.IO.
Allan l.im
Allan Mm
Iii
Coriutliliui
I'n i i.in
Krnni Moulreul
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nonunion binsapnlyrwhVfor81. n,in'ik,JulrH
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leavorMne l-iko Mnganllo         _���, K
lli'iiver Mnel.ukc Superior   .July __
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< nnanl Moo Oaniuuila  j,,,.. .,
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Cunard l.lno Ua.onla '...'". '.""' "j'uiv'ii
Pnuanyi ���nnou.'.ii i,Min.I from nil Kuronrmn
point*,   riirnilm llekr.sunil full infoniuUlun
OPPly 10 I . P. U.ilepnl ukimiI  in- W. K. Alldur-
son, l lly Pauoiigor Akchi, Nolson, 11. c
,     W.P. I'. rlMMixoH,
General Aural, CI'.H. Uflleos, Winnipeg
White Htar&lne Toufcontl
While Slur Mile Uei-niiiiii,
Amortcnn I InoSI Paul...,
Heil Smr Mno I'iIi'-IiiihI
Anchor Mno Astorlu	
An. her Mae K|Mnpi i
North ii. 1.. Mno Knlsi	
AI Inn SI ul is Mi nISIulel   I ni-renliuu .
Kl'niu Bostn
TADDY & CO.
ESTABLISHED 150 YEARS LOHdO-l,     Ellg.
"ORBIT      Brand and
PKb/YlI fc,IV Navy Cut Tobaccos.
Agents foh Cikam , JAMES TURNER A CO., Hamilton, Ont.
THE    WM.    HAMILTON   nAINUPACI URING    CO.
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY      .
PETERBOROUGH.  ONTARIO.
CANADA.
Storage space to rent; good, clean ;
rates.    Apply
nd
to
The Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd,
R
oom <), Macdonald Block,
CANADIAN
Pacific
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service.
Departure   and   Arrival   Time   ol
Trains ami  Steamers.
Depart from Arrive at
Nelson                                    Nelson
Bteamer   ntrivcH  at Nelaon
from the .nut, Orow'fl  Neat
branoh    uml   inlcrmwlintu
points 2.3d
7.lo Train loaves Nelflon for Hohh-
Innri niul intermediate
points, anil via Rohron for
north, Revelatoke,the main
linn ami Paoiflo 0081I point.,
?.;io Trnin leaven Nelion for Sandon and intermediate points
nnd via .Slocan Luke rouie
for north, Hevelsroko, Ihe
main lino and Paoiflo const
points.
��� Traill arrives ul Nelson from
KonhIuikI and Intermediate
pointH 10.88
Stenmer    nrrives   at   Nelson
from Knslo and Intermediate points 11.no
io.80Traiii8 lenves Nelson for
Knsslnnd, (ireenwood nnd
Intermediate point.,
111.00 Bteamer leaves Nelson for
KiihIo nnd way points,
Train arrives ni Nelson from
Kossland and (ireenwood
and Intermediate poinU.
and from Revelatoke, the
main line, nud Paoiflo coiul
points IS.la
Train nriives in Nelson from
Snn.Inn und interiuedinle
ri(iints,niiil from Kevelstoke.
the main line nnil lho Paoiflo const point. IP. 11(1
M. !I0 Stenmer leaves Nelson for
Crows Nest branch nnd all
point! <nsl.
Spokane Falls A
"���iy Train.
Aliiuvi:.
Spokane
7il0p.ni,
Nijjht Train,
��� KiihhIiuiiI. . .
7:06 a ni
...O:.'*! ii.m.
0:45 p.m.
II lOO p.m.
11. A. JACKSON, G. P. &T.A.
Spokane  Wiudi
O. K. TAOKABTJRY,
Agent, NVlnrvn. B.O
HOTEL  ROSSLAND
VfiRNON ST., NELSON.
Nelson's Newest Hostelry. Cont-
plete in every respect,
ll lias just been opened and the
public is invited to visit  it,
RATES
Hy the week from $5 to $6.
By the day S1.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Pi-op-
W. F. ANDERSON,
Trav. P����,. AgoDt
Ntlacn
K, J, COYI.K,
A   ti, P. Agout,
Vanoouvnr I
1 E��l0Fl6Bl HOP
WANTED.
Plasterers,   waitress,   waiter,   hell
IOV.
(iiri wuiits housework,
J. II. LOVE, Agt., Baker St,
...STORAGE...
cool; at  reasonable
Northern R'v.
Nelson  A  Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and soutli to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Noilliern, Northern Pacific,
and 0. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson v ith steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points,
Connects at Meyer's Falls with
stage daily for Republic, and connects at Bossburg with singe daily
for Grand Porks and Greenwood.
l.KU'K.
10.88 a.m..
12:06 p. in
0:80a, m..

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