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Array Daily Edition No. 813
Nelson,   British Columbia, Friday Evening,  August 24, 1900.
Eleventh Year
IN THE
HOUSE
Committee Enquires Into the
Recent Steveston
Strike.
Estimates Passed ��� Nelson
Smallpox Bills Provided
For.
(SPECIAL! TO THE MISER.)
Victoria. Aug. 34.'��� The committee
ut enquiry on the reasons for calling
out the militia during tlle SteveHton
Bailing Btrike began sitting today.
Half u dozen witnesses were examined
Including the magistrate signing the
requisition and militia officers,
Specific instances of Intimidation,
tlireatcnings to lire the canneries nnd
threats of bodily violence were
proven. The Committee resumes tomorrow.
Mr. Brown's bill regarding the introduction of referendum was thrown
out as being opposed to the Constitution ami subversive of responsible
government. His resolution regarding redistribution was also voted down
us inopportune by 22 to 11.
in Mr. Curtis' mechanic's Hen bill
provisions were in trod need extending
tlie right of lien to miners and mine
laborers.
in the evening supplementary estimates amounting to 1133,600 were
Imsieil as well as 8I4.7..0 to cover the
expenditures of last year. Among the
votes are 81,.IIH) for a (Iovernment
building at (loat River; Ainsworth
road to Highland, 8<i(H>; Kosslund road
to Sophie Mountain 16,600; trail to
franklin camp on Kettle River Sf:i,()0o.
A vote of 8-,IKK) provides amongst
oilier things for thc payment
of the smallpox scare bills at
Nelson ; 8_.(XXI to help out Sandon tire j
S'-'...iki iu aid of School of Wines and
Hie Mining and Water Commission.
I'll is last vote was opposed hy Messrs
Houston and Martin, the former asking that some of it be spent on the
Assay Office instead.
.Mr. Curtis' Workman's bill was
voted down without debate hy li:.' to 11.
SUICIDE IN TORONTO.
Toronto. (Int., Aug. -'4. ���"Come in
and nee me at �� o'clock," said Thomas
Btswart, a man about 60 years of age
residing- in the rear of Agnes Street in
this city, yesterday afternoon to a
neighbor, Complying with the request
liis neighbor visited thc house and
found Stewart dead on the floor with
mi empty laudanum bottle iu front of
.ha.   He   left   a   note   which   read:
"You won't let me see yon; well. I
bsve a two ounce bottle of laudanum
and will soon begone nnd good rid*
Bsnce to you. Goodbye old mother,
' in sorry to disgrace you."
by swords. All the ladies' trinkets
were wrenched from them.
Dr. Leslie vigorously denied that
the trouble in China was due to the
iiuti-foreign element, lie declared it
was due to the iinti-foreign element,
"There was no religious question
raised in llonan," said Dr. Leslie,
but we were, attacked because we were
foreigners."
As to the outlook, Dr. Leslie said
he could not predict what it would be,
but that all depended upon the Powers
continuing united.
BIG DAMAGE SUIT.
Ownor of Theatre In Montreal Wants to Recover Loss Sustained by Flro Last Fobruary.
Montreal, Aug. 84.���For some time
there have been rumors of interesting
developments in connection with the
total destruction of the Theatre Francois last February and today Daniel
Ford, who was the proprietor of the
laud and building entered suit against
VV. E. Phillips, erstwhile lessee and
manager, for tlle sum of830,247 which
he claims be stands to lose through
tbe burning of his building, lie will
produce evidence Intended to show
that it was through thu carelessness of Phillips and his employees the theatre caught lire, and
that Phillips is financially responsible
for the loss sustained by Ford.
News has just been received from
Cape L'Aigle of a narrow escape from
drowning by Rev. A. II. MacKay, pastor of Crescent St. Presbyterian
Church of this city.
The Department of Justice has asked for evidence from outside doctors
upon thi' physical condition of Joseph
Baxter, of Hank Villc Marie fame,
now confined in the hospital at St.
Vincent de Paul penitentiary. One
medical gentleman visited him yesterday and it is said will report in favor
of his being liberated owing to ill
health.
AN INTERNATIONAL   CASE.
Montreal, Aug.   :M.��� A   ease   which
may prove   of   international   interest
between France   and   (ireat   Britain.
Prance and Canada la likely to arise
���J* a result of a protest Hied  with the
"hectors of the Franco-Canadian S. S.
l"" with headquarters  in   Paris,   by
We local   agent   here,   Mr.    Polndon,
H'ainst the Canadian O ovcrnment  for
having   detained   thc   steamer   Mont
'lane with   a   case   of   smallpox   on
K��rd at Crosse for  twenty-one  days,
l'"'itcmling that three or four days was
111 thai was necessary.
IN   POLITICS.
Elections the Third Wcok ln October Says a
Report-Nominations Made.
Ottawa. Aug. 24.���A Liberal, very
close to tlle Ministry, stated today
that it was practically decided tbat
tlie general elections will take place
during the third week in October.
The voters lists arc well advanced, reports have been made as to returning
officers and the battle may fairly said
to be on. There is an air of suppressed excitement in political circles
here.
The Premier returned to the city
yesterday and a full Cabinet Council
was called for today.
lion. David Mills will attend the
Liberal convention in Bothwell next
Monday. He says he has no present
intention of submitting bis name
as a candidate for the lower chamber.
Sir Richard Cartwright will be
nominated by the Liberals in North
Oxford next Thursday.
Toronto, Aug. 84.���Among thc
names mentioned In connection with
the Liberal nomination in East York
are .1. MacKcu/.ie, .1. Knox Leslie and
Wm. Ronnie. N. Clarke Wnllaee.who
went to to MuBkoka immediately after
the session closed at Ottawa, has, according to recent reports, not improved in health. The change appeared to benefit him at tirst but later reports are that the Improvement was
not sustained.
Cayuga, Ont., Aug. 34.���Dr. Montague was renominated at the Conservative convention here this afternoon.
In thc course of a speech of acceptance he declared theConserv itives had
to face one of the most corrupt aggregations that had ever held power.
"AD THRILLING EXPERIENCE.
Toronto,
Aug.   34.���Dr,   and   Mrs.
��� ���'���_.   -..���
"'.     Hie   Canadian   missionaries,
��0 were among the party llltreated
'>'  Hie   Hoxers  while   enroUte   from
ona" to Hankow, reached Toronto
"�����  morning,   having arrived at San
.''''"'Isco train tbe Orient, last Kriday.
"j��� missionaries tell thrilling sterlet
"'""��� escape. At llsu Tien the
, .. ""'''' 'nobbed and robbed. Dr.
j" 'f Was wounded in the right arm
_J" Places. Uev. Mr MMkenEll
��l   '"' "" lBa '"'"'I with a sword ami
forth "  Ml0"C'    Uov' Mr  (1"
��a�� wounded In several place
MONEY
SCARCE
Mr. Ernest Mansfield Arrives
in   Nelson   From
England.
Says Recent Wars Have Paralyzed Money Market in
London.
Mr. Ernest Mansfield and Mr. fabrics Plowman reached Nelson this
morning from England. Mr. Mansfield, who has been in Knglaud for
the past seven months, reports that
work will be proceeded with actively.
The news of the recent strike, which
met Mr. Mansfield on his arrival here,
was pleasant news for bim and will
probably help bim to make up his
mind to install a compressor at once
and hereafter mine with drills. The
company whieh has been operating in
Camp .Mansfield has been reconstructed
with a largely increased capital, and
no expense will be spared in developing tbe camp,
When the Miner man saw Mr.
Mansfield this morning he was extremely busy and had uot definitely
decided what he was going to do.
Sometime in the near future he will
commence the construction ofa stone
and brick block on his Haker Street
lots where the olllee of T. (I. Procter
now stands. Sir. Mnnstitld states
tlmt the trouble ill China, following
so closely the war in South Africa lias
practically paralyzed the money market of the old world and il is extremely difficult to interest capital in
any enterprise  here.
Mr. Plowman has been very successful iu placing tbe Fletoher group
which he had the opportunity of disposing of to three separate syndicates.
Work ou the group will be started
Immediately and extensive development will be carried on. Besides this
syndicate Mr. Plowman succeeded in
interesting another powerful syndicate in Camp Mansfield properties and
work on them will be commenced at
once. There arc two claims witb exceptionally rich showings and work on
them will be continued all winter.
Mr. Plowman leaves for Kaslo this afternoon and Mr. Mansfield will follow
tomorrow.
HANNU CONFESSES.
SO MILLS SAYS.
Ottawa, Aug. 24. - Hon. David
Mills returned to Ottawa last evening.
He was interviewed this morning,
and be said he thought the position
of the Liberals in western Ontario
food; that they would hold their own
and would probably gain some scats.
He, however, Intimated that he would
not again be a candidate in Bothwell
comity, where he was defeated at the
last general elections, and afterwards
elevated to the Senate.
Says He Committed Murders and Was Shlpood
to Canada.
Halifax, Aug. -'4. ��� Hannu, the
Swedish criminal detained at Halifax,
applied for release through counsel
this morning intimating that he would
at once leave Canada should the request be granted.    The lawyers of the
D inion, however, refused to permit
hi in to leave the steamer. In an interview, Hannu, through lln interpreter, admitted having committed
the murders attributed to him. lie
admitted also tbat he had escaped from
prison .-.everal times and had threatened more murders when in Sweden. He
says the Swiss Government pardoned
him on the condition that he leave the
country. He also declared that he
had obtained free transportation to
Canada.
Ottawa, Aug. 24,-IIon. Mr. Sifton
has revived an old law respecting the
importation or landing of noted
criminals or vicious persons in connection with thc Swedish murderer at
Halifax, who arrived on Hie Assirian
laat evening. Tbe steamship company
will be forced to take Hannu to the
port from which he embarked.
AWAIT
ADVICE
Commanders of the Allied
Forces are Awaiting
Orders.
BRITISH COLUMBIA WON.
Toronto. Aug. 24.-At the Ontario
Hi lie Association matches the British
Columbia Kille Association team won
the team match and thc Corporation
Cup with mill points, defeating the
18th Highlanders of Toronto, the 13th
Battalion of Hamilton ond thc loth
lloyol Grenadiers of Toronto.
NO ARMS TO CHINESE.
Ottawa. Aug. 24.-At the request of
the Imperial authorities, a 1" tarnation is being prepared hy the  Do .-
ion (Iovernment prohibiting the sale,
or Iii any way the supply of arms or
munitions of war whatever to the Chinese In this country,
N(,w York.   Aug.  2-1.-The   Journal
of Commerce says that a   movement is
on foot to consolidate the leading
itove manufacturing concerns of
Canada.
General Chaffee   Says  the
Fighting Is Now All
Over.
(BY ASSOCIATED I'lii'.ss.)
London, Aug. 86,���While the commanders of the allied forces arc waiting for instructions from their governments as to what to do next, which
in the present condition of the telegraph service will probably take ten
days to ascertain, thc. work of repairing the railroad beyond Yang
Tsun is progressing slowly and the
transportation of supplies by boats on
the Pei River is improving.
A despatch from Che Poo, dated
Thursday, Aug. 23rd, says there has
been further fighting near Tien Tsin.
The Chinese sought to cut the line of
communication, but were driven back
with small loss upon the part of the
Allied forces.
Official advices from Pekin, received at Tokio, Aug, 93, say the Allies
burned Prince Titan's residence. According to a despatch from Bong
Kong dated Aug. 24 turbulent mobs
are devastating portions of thc l'rov -
lneeS of l'n Kien and Kiang So. It is
added tbat a mandarin wilh three
hundred soldiers left Amoy, Aug. 211
to restore order. Japanese bluejackets were landed at Amoy, Aug. 88.
Marines from French cruiser Comet
have cleared the streets of Swatow and
freed the besieged priests.
A despatch to a news agency from
Shanghai, dated Aug. 23, says eight
survivors of the fourteen English missionaries who started together from
Shan Si have "reached Hankow after
Buffering frightful barbarities.
������FIGHTING IS ENDED"
l'ekin, Aug. Hi.Thursday via Shanghai, Thursday, 211���Thc allied troops
have surrounded tbe Imperial City and
stationed sentinels at thc gates. Hlen-
eral Chaffee says the lighting is ended. The Japanese troops have relieved the Pei Tang cathedral where IS
French nuns and 40 French and Italian soldiers have been isolated and besieged for two months. They found
that five had been killed. Captain
Iteilly of Battery 9, Fifth United
States Artillery, who was killed before the Imperial palace, was buried
in thu United States Legation grounds,
(leneral Chaffee and the British and
Japanese Generals and many civilians
were present at thc interment. The
American troops are camped in the
grounds of thc Temple of Heaven.
The t'!i I nese are supposed to have lied
northward,
CABLE OPEN.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 21.���The
following cablegram was received this
ni..- ii ing at the Navy Department from
Admiral Remey: "Taku, Aug. 22.���
To the Bureau of Navigation. Washington, D. C,���Cable open now to
Taku. All the troops from the Hancock landed and thc marines have
gone to Tien Tsin. Private Arthur A.
Woods, Marine corps, was accidentally drowned at Toughu on the night
of the .'list.  (Sgd.)    Remey."
ARE THEY CAPTIVES f
New York, Aug. 24.���A cable to the
Tribune from London says it is reported in Shanghai in Chinese circles
that the Knipress Dowager and Prince
Tuan have been captured. The F.in-
psror Is said to be in l'ekin with the
Allied forces.
OFF FOR HOME.
Montreal, Que., Aug. 24���A London
cable says a number of invalided Canadians sailed today on thc Tunisian
for Montreal. They were given an enthusiastic demonstration by the im-
ii, use crowd gathered at Liverpool
I,, bid them farewell.
Berlin,   Aug.   24���An   official    de
spatch from Tien Tsin, dated Aug.
21st, says the German naval detachment arrived at l'ekin Aug. lsth and
lhat thc marine battalion reached llo
Si Wu, Aug.  80th,
WON'T WITHDRAW.
Washington, Aug. 24���The question
of the withdrawal ofthel'iiiteil States
forces from Pekin to Tien Tsin or
Taku has been seriously considered by
the President and his advisers and a
great deal of pressure has heen brought
to bear upon the Administration to
take the step.
Jllut after mature deliberation it bus
been determined that tbe negotiations
for the settlements of the questions
growing out of the disturbances in
China must take place in the Chinese
capital.
While these negotiations are pending and until the completed, it will
be necessary for the United States
to remain in the Chinese capital.
PRISONERS RESCUED.
Badon-Powell Roscuod Ono Hundred British
Prisoners at Waumbaths.
London, Aug. 24���The following despatch has been received at the War
Oflice from Lord Roberts: "I'rstoria.
Thursday, S3���Baden-Powell rescued
loo British prisoners at Woambaths,
Aug. 22nd and captured 2:1 Hoers and
German artillery officer.
"Buller's casualties to Aug. 21st
were seven men killed and Captain El-
lershaw and twenty-one men wounded
and live missing.
"Kitchener up to Aug. 22nd had
eight casualties.
"While reconnottertng in the  Kom-
ati Valley Bundle found 140,000 rounds
of ammunition burled.
"Thc columns pursuing Dewet made
some wonderful marches. Colonel
MacKinnon covered 22l miles iu 11
days.''
STEAMER WRECKED.
Aden. Aug. 24.���The British steamer
India. Captain Hurkell. 'mm Pas-
aroang, July 23, for the I'nited States,
is ashore 88 miles southwest of Uuard-
afu, and will probably be a total
wreck. Captain Hurkell and eight
Europeans and twenty native members
of thc crew were picked up and landed
here. The rest arc missing, having
taken to the boats. The natives are
plundering the wreck. The India is
broad side on the reef and exposed
fully to the breakers which arc breaking over her.
SENTENCE CONFIRMED.
London,   Aug.   24.���A   special  despatch from Pretoria dated today, says
General Lord  Roberts has confirmed
the sentence of death upon Lieutenant
Cordua. formerly of the Stunt's Artillery, wbo was convicted of being a
ring-leader in the plot to abduct
(leneral Roberts and kill Britisli olllcers.
PREDICTS REPUBLICAN SUCCESS.
Montreal, Aug. 24.���Hon. .1. (I.
Schurnian, president of Cornell University and chairman of the United
States commission appointed to confer witli the Filipinos regarding
peace measures, etc., is in tlle city today. He strongly endorses McKinlcy's
expansion policy and predicts the success of tlie Republicans at the next
presidential election.
BOYCOTT DECLARED.
San Francisco,Aug.21-The  Builders
Trades Council representing 2H   trades
organisations have ordered a  general
boycott of all the goods turned out by
thc nine hour planing milts, 'fhe action is the result of the mill owners
declaring tbat under no circumstances
will they consent to arbitration   upon
the demands of the employees for  an
eight hour working day.
FATAL ACCIDENT.
Ottawa, Aug. 84. Alex FiTgulin
y. 0., one of the best of Ontario's
lawyers and a Parliinentary agent in
this city, was thrown from his horse
while out for exercise this morning,
His nock was broken resulting iu his
death in a few minutes.
TELEGRAPHIG_ BRIEFS.
Montreal. Aug. 21    'fhe S.   S.    Lake
Ontario with 133 Invalided Canadians
on board passed Inward at Fame Polnl
at 18:8(Jyesterday, She will probably
reach (jucbec this afternoon,
Brookville, Aug. 84.- The town
council this evening decided to offer
a reward of $800 for Information lead*
ug to the conviction of the party who
has Started so many lire BrOlind the
town lately.    The last one I irtuiiatcly
did little damage.
A BAD
SMASH-UP
Head-on Collision on the G.
P. R. Near Bonnlngton
Falls.
Freight Train Runs Into  a
Work Train���Brakeman
Severely  Injured.
(SPECIAL TO THE MINER.)
Slocan .1 unction. Aug. 24.���A serious accident occurred on the Canadian
Pacifio this morning at half past
eleven o'clock when two trains collided near Bonnlngton Falls.
A work train was Standing on thc
track about a mile from tlle Falls
when the freight, which was coming
into Nelson, collided with it head-on
with terrific force, badly smashing
the engine of tbe work train and telescoping several of the cars.
Engineer Wm. McNabb and Fireman
ll. A. Peebles of the freight train
jumped from their engine when they
saw a collision was inevitable and
escaped injury. Tbe engineer of the
work train, James Skeyn, and the
fireman, Robert Arthur, also jumped
iu time to get oft" witli nothing worse
than a severe shaking up. Howard
Guest, a brakeman on the work train,
was not so fortunate being caught in
the wreck and severely injured, but
uot fatally it is hoped. He was the
only person who was at all seriously
injured.
It will take several hours to clear
thc track as it was badly torn up
where the two engines came together.
As soon as the news of the wreck
reached Nelson the railroad company
immediately madu un a wreck train to
send to tlle scene of the disaster.
As only vague reports could be
had It wus at first thought
that more casualties had occurred and
several physicians were telegraphed
for to accompany the wrecking train.
Doctors Rose, Hall and Dougherty responded and went out with the train
and attended to the injured trainmen.
A representative of The Miner accompanied the train also and sent the
above authentic despatch. Further
details of the accident are not to be bad
as tbe company ollieials will not give
out any information until full details
have been received In them,
READY TO FIGHT.
New York, Aug. 21.- Bob Fltzsim-
im 111.-. and 'I'oui Sharkey announced
today their readiness for the 25-iound
contest, for a purse of 185,000 to be
divided equally, which In to tnke
place at tlie Seaside Sporting Club
tonight at 10 o'clock. Although the
contest is uot for championship
laurels, it has created more than
usual excitement by reason of Fitz-
simmoiis' recent victory   over Ruhlin,
IN POSTAL UNION.
Washington. Aug. 84.���The postal
authorities of the I'nited .nil., have
sent out notifications that Porto Rico,
Hawaii,(luava.the Philippines and thu
United States islands of the Samoan
group are Ut be considered In the
future as coming within the domestic
territory of the United Stales so that
on letters between Canada ami these
places the two cent rate will in the
future apply.
DEATHS AT NOME.
Seattle. Aug. 21.-The whole number of dent lis at Nome since June 1st,
as shown by the records of the coroner, Is 71. of whieh 211 were natives.
There lias been one death from smallpox.    Most of the  deaths   were   from
pneumonia, -t-
Nelson Daily Miner,   Friday Bvwbw,  Ay��v�� *4. '9����
>
A circus that visited Nelson a few
Nelson Daily Miner wcek, ag0 niVM& l0 pitch .u _.��_ .��
   side the corporation, and  went  down
This
The Legislature   Is   providing  against   a   recurrence of practices similar   to this,
and   which   it   appears arc quite  frequent, in a hill attending the License
Act it   is   provided that   circuses and
menageries exhibiting   outside   muni
olpal areas shall he required to   pay a
tax   of   $'-'till.    Thc   next   circus   that
v'mits Nelson will   probably   pitch   its
tent in the City.
Those engaged in the industry know
better   than   the newspapers whether
the   increased   tax   on mineral output
just and   fair in itself, but wc can
all   agree   with   the   remonstrance of
the   Kaslo   Hoard   of Trade   when    it
declares that the lime is   inopportune
for imposing it.    The mining industry
in this Province has not yet recovered
from   the effects of last year's distur
bance, and   to  double   the tax on the
I ut I output while   thc   conditions are still
unsettled   will   certainly   add   to the
discouragements   to   which   capital is
already exposed.
1). .1.  BEATON.  Editor and  Manager   ,' V  " "7* _ ...    .
��      to the Park on the Lake   shore.
was to escape thc City tax     ""-
THE INEVITABLE BUNCOMBE.
One blade of grass is not  more   like
another than is one Parliamentary Opposition like unto another Parliamentary Opposition.    The session   of   the
Legislature that is   now   drawing   to
its close nt Victoria is   an   extraorili-
m iry one, rendered necessary   by   thc
failure of the last to   vote   the   usual
supplies,  ll wns understood all around
that the liusiness of this short, special
session should be confined  to   matters
of necessity; it was uot   proposed   or
intended to take   up   legislation   that
was likely to provoke disagreement or
consume time.    The   principal   object
wns to vote the supplies required   for
the public service, and with these pro
vided it did nol  matter if nothing else
were done.    Other   subjects requiring
Legislative consideration   could  wait
until thc regular session next  winter
Thai  was   the    understanding
while waiting for the estimates it was
natural that the House should engage
in  the   discussion   of   other   matters.
Indeed, the record of Hills passed will
give evidence of much industry during
the session that is closing.  There was
neither reason nor necessity, however,
for introducing the question of   redistribution, as was   done   yesterday   by
one of the leaders of thc rather attenuated Opposition,    Mr.   Brown   himself knew quite well that it   was   impossible to take it up; but as it is the
duty of an Opposition to be   disagreeable, and annoying,  and perverse, the
member for New \,Yest_iiUHter thought
it would not do to separate without the
usual display of absurdity.    Therefore
he invited the   House   to   consider   a
question that would require weeks   of
discussion, at a time when the  House
was hurrying to prepare for   prorogation.    That is a way Oppositions have,
although it is very rarely that  one of
them can rise to   the   surpassing   absurdity of Mr. r.rowu's move.
Redistribution   can   wait.      It   has
been understood all along tbat it   had
to wait.     It is a matter of very   great
importance   and requires   nice   handling, and cannot lie taken up with advantage until the next census shall inform us of the  exact    distribution   of
our population.    .Inst u< w a  redistribution would be largely   a   matter   of
guess.   To point nu argument in favor
of it,it has become quite the fashion to
cite thc case of   Kossland.    No   doubt
thc   Rossland   constituency   has   outgrown the status of a single   member.
The Boundary Country has been growing, and is nni'' entitled to a   member
of its own.     Hut   the    Kossland   constituency is not tlie only one of which
this can be said.    There arc a number
of them tbat have grown   in   population to an extent that will require   to
be reckoned with, hut until   the   census is taken it will be    impossible    to
obtain th_ exact knowledge necessary
to a proper redistribution.   Mr. Brown
and the Opposition know this,but  the
usual effort had to be made to gull an
innocent public, and hence   this   pretence of superior zeal in  behalf   of   a
measure on the expediency and necessity of which we are all agieed.
A Last Glance
At These Chances
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The Secretary of the Rossland Board
of Trade has returned from the  Capital with a high opinion of the Ministers.    Without exception   they are capable and earnest.    This is   what  he
says of Mr. Dunsmuir:    "The   Premier, while   a   silent   member   in   the
House,is by no means so when he presides over the meetings of   the Executive.    It   iB   here   that his   thorough
business training  and   abilities   come
into full play.    I do not know that he
has ever been in the Interior,   but   he
appeared to have a very fair idea of its
capabilities and    its   needs.    JuBt   Bo
long as he is Premier   the Province is
assured that the tlovernment   will   be
conducted on broad   and  conservative
lines.    Then, too, there   is   no   doubt
tbat he will give the people a business
administration, and   one   which   will
be satisfactory to a   majority   of   the
people.''
School
Opening
Or Stock of
School
Supplies
is complete. All the
new ideas in Scribblers
and   Exercise   Books.
Two dozen Blouses;
at	
Five dozen Blouses;  regular  price  $1.25, $1.40 and $1.50;  to be
sold, each, at	
Four dozen Blouses;  regular  price  $1.75  and  $2.00;   to be sold,
each,   at	
Three dozen Wrappers, good   fitting  and  good   patterns;   regular
price $t.��;0, $2.50 and $3.00;   to be sold at Exactly  Half PflCe
One dozen Ladies' Summer Skirts;   regular price $4.50; to be sold,
each,   at      $2.25
These articles must be sold.   That is why
we are determined to sacrifice them at the above
prices.
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"' HoUstoi) JMock, Paker Street.
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H.&M. BIRD
Wrappers!
Only five dozen, and good
value at prices marked, $1.35
to $2.50.
BUT
I You   can   take  your  choice
fk\ while they last for
%   75  CENTS.
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11
There   are   differences   between the
liritish Columbia Medical Association,
of Victoria, and the   Federated Hoard
of   Secret   Societies which   The Miner
does not profess to understand and on
which, therefore, it   cannot   offer   an
opinion.    There    is   one   point   (pute
clear, however, and   that   is that   the
Medical Association is not jnstified"ln
refusing to attend the members of the
various secret   societies of Victoria,''
as alleged against it in a circular letter   issned   bv   the   Federated   Board,
The fraternity of medical doctors   are
a   privileged   class,   owing  mnch   to
the protection accorded them by legislation.    They may   have their  differences with other associations, but   all
Individual member ol!   the   profession
cannot go behind any of these to fasten
a quarrel   on any   individual   citizen.
Be   has   too   mnch     respect   for   the
dignity, the worth, the responsibility
of his calling as a healer of the bodily
Infirmities to which  all  humanity Is
subject, The medical man who wonld
carry such a quarrel Into his personal
practice     is   unworthy    the   diploma
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
LUipber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
SL. 	
Four Nights Only-Commencing
Wednesday  Next,  August 29th
���First Appearance in Nelson of the
Australian Comedy Company
Direct from the Antipodes.
At great expense this company has been organized in Australia to tonr Canada
and South Aftica.    Wednesday next, August 2S)th, will be proi"
a special adaptation of Alphonse Dandet's famous wop
"SAPHO"
MISS GEORGE ELLIOT AH SAPHO.
T..u..���.r, Au.u.t 30th.       (* *_ C^O   I    r
The MohI Notable of Comedies l_llM.L I
TO   BE   FOLLOWED   BY    A CM) 11.1
BURLESQUE   IN   ONE   ACT   OF   _>Ari_U
Saturday's Piece Will Be Daly Announced.
Prices $1,75c ui 50c! Seats m Sale S��ay
Agent, lur Eureka nincr.l Wool and
Asbestos  Co.
Real Estate, Fire Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FUR SALE.
A three-story house on Park St.
close to Baiter Street Lower
story of stone. House well
built and laid out. All modern
conveniences, MogniHcent
view.    Part cash.    Price 12500
IIoiinc on Hall, next to the corner of Mill Street. All modern
conveniences. Easy terms.
Prioe    1700
Lots :i and '3, Block 80, Vernon
Street.     Price    1300
Lots 1 toO, Block 44P. A bargain 	
Lot 18, Block 18, Victoria St.
west      050
Corner linker nnd Stanley Street*
NELSON, B. C.
A Good
Movement
rodneed
GREATEST PLAY OF THE AGE
__5*_'nii_j'Ullo_je-?' His Night Out
If You Smoke
Smoke the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle.
In a watch ib more to be desired
than a handsome oase, but when
both can ba had at a moderate
piioe why not get both?
We can sell yon a good movement
in a gold filled or silver case at
prices ranging from $1500 to
50.0..
UNION  MADE.
a __ i
I have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles,
Mouldings, Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber*
Mill st PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LAK1K).
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, ** C.
a^g-^+xH-x.*.*)* ass
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon. Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Order, by mall to any branch will have careful _��4 oron.pt att.nt.0..
K00TENAYC1GARMFG.C0
T. H. BROWN
Jeweler
178 BAKElt STIIKKT, NKLSON.
0��O4*Ox>O*><>3*>O+O*��O4'O4O*>tl
NELSON, B. C.
Hugh R. Cameron
Insurance Agent and Broker.
Policy Writing Oflice for the /Etna
Kiuk Inhukanc .c Company ok Hakv
Koiu) smi ihe Connecticut Fihk in-
BtmANCH Company ok Haktfobd.
HEAD OFFICE:  NELSON.
j. a. ~s!ywaedl
BOARD AND ROOMS.
MHH. KEILLY, who  has taken over
the   house   on   Ward   Street   jnst
'  above the Post Office, will give liimrit
With which lie in protected under the  and rooms,   Several choice rooms "till
Jaws ol thc country. I uuoceuptod. Terms reasonable
THE
Bank of
British Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B
C.W.WEST&OO.
Coal and  Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's   Nest   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -    -    $9.65
DELIVERED.
No order can lie accepted  unless
on oKaguay, \_i.w.., __nin,  _,. accompanied i>y oaah.
C, and Dawson City, Yukon  ofllco Corner Hall and Baker Street*
District. wupuoni b��.
Atlantic S. S. Lines
From Monlrenl
Dominion I.ine apply nKt for str mono Auk IH
Dominion Lino Dominion Auk 2S
Allan Une Corinthian Aug I.
Allan Uno l'arlnlan  Auk'.'.,
Heaver   I.ine Lake  Mcgantlo   AUK 17
Beaver Uno Lake buperlor Auk 21
From Now York
White "Star Une Teutonic Auk 15
White SUP Une Cymrlo Aug2I
White 8tar l.lno Germanic Auk 2'.'
Cunard Une Umbria Auk IK
<   Himpl Line   l.liruhiu AlIK '��)
American Uno BU Louis .Auk 22
It. ,1   ninr Uno Nniu-illnmi Auk 22
Anchor Uno   Astoria  Auk 18
Anchor Une Klhlopls. Auk 2,1
N.O.U I_ KaUor WUliolm II Aug IS
N. O. U Una Trave Auk IS
N. U. I- I.. Kiil-erln Maris There m   ... A ue 21
Alhoi ��tat* I .in. I.. in ��� nl im. Auk IX
From Hi, .11,11. Main
Cunard Uno Kaxonla Auk IK
1 .int*AK('" nrnniKeil lu uml from all KuroiM-an
points. For raUis, tlcko.H ami full Information
anply to 0. I' It (lop-it HKeiil or II. 1,. Drown
City Pi ���" -��� " "
MONEYS LOANED
Straight   Mortgage,   at  8  per  cent,
Wanted-Molly Gibson Stock.
General Agent for the Gbuat Wmt
Life Ahhukanck Co.
WANTED-For Spot Cash-Two cen*
tral    lots  suitable   for    lesidencM.
I'llHNenger Agenl. Nel,.i,n. II. ('.
W. P. F. CIIMMINOH,
tlenerul . iron)* C.P.R. Wlh ._. Winnipeg
CALL ON THI
NELSON WINE CO.
and   try  a bottle,  a  ��.n/.cn,  or a  burrct  of
aALGARY   BEER *�� it. In the bunt and
oauont    on    tho    market.    AIho  try   our
WINKS,    LIQUOR8,    and    CIGARS.
.RANK  A. TAMBLYN, M.......
Telephone*. Baker Bt��� Nelnon, B, 0,
GEO. GURD
K00111 1, Turner Hoeekli Ulock.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING A6ENT
Hoimoa and Building Lots in AU farts
of the Oity*
WANTED-Good building lots down
town for client.  Also land adjoini".
city for gardening.
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the highest cash pr*<* 'or ��"
kinds ol seoond hand goods. Yn" Du'
or sell anything from an ��Dohoito���
needle. Fornitnre, stoves, .*2_3_
cooking nteniils, bought In hJWK""
qnHntlties. Alio oast off flWPJKl
Call and Bee me or write. A"""TJ
BUti* King Mike, Box SOO. W*
Street, Nelson, B. 0.
__u��_~ Nelson  Daily Miner,  Fkidav   Evening,  August 24, 190��
HELD UP
Notorious Swedish Criminal
Not Allowed to Land In
Canada.
Placers   NaVi}  GUt
All Tobacconists Keep It.
Wholesale Agents
Halifax. Aug. 24���The Allan steamer Assyrian,which arrived at 9 o clock
last night from Glasgow   and   Liverpool via St.   Johns   Nlld.,   Iirought   a
steerage passenger who is   alleged   to
he one of the most notorious criminals In Europe.    Detective Power   and
Acting Immigration Agent Clay were
on the wharf awaiting the arrival   of | #ww*vwv*<
the steamer and as soon aB the   gangway was put up they went on   board.
The detective   and   the   Immigration
agent had telegrams   and   papers   In
their possession to prevent one of   the
prisoners from lauding   at   this   port
and tbey lost no time in locating their
nian.    The man prevented from   landing iB Johan Hannu, a Swede, who   la
credited with having taken   the   lives
of nine human beings.    The   Captain
of the steamer when appraised of   the
character of the man he had on board
his Bhip was greatly   surprised.    During the voyage over Ilanuu was one of
the   best   conducted    passengers    on
hoard.    No oue ever suspected him of
being a murderer.
Information of his being   on   board
the Assyrian was received   here   from
the Department of Justice at   Ottawa,
an order-in-couneil having been pass-
ad to prevent his landing on Canadian
Boil.    The murders were, It is alleged,
committed   at    Stockholm,     Sweden,
where Hannu was tried and convicted
of the crimes.    He served 12  years   of
1.1b senteuee and then the   authorities
at Stockholm deported him   from   the
country as Hannu had made a vow to
keep on killing people.    This terrible
threat was the reason of llannu's   deportation as he is a man over six   feet
tall and built and built Inproporeion.
He has strong massive shoulders   and
high cheek bones and   has   every   appearance of a desperate man.   lie came
here on a steerage ticket and   in   his
company there were two more Swedes.
He was Immediately   separated   from
the other passengers and taken in the
cabin.    He cannot   speak   a   word   of
English but one of bis companions interpreted questions tbat were   put   to
kim.    He  made no statement   of   his
crimes.
He said he was going to Winnipeg
to marry a young Swedish woman.
He told the detectives be had sent the
woman t'tniio hut he did not say how
he came by such a large amount of
money. He gave his profession aB a
fruit dealer. While in the cabin Hannu was searched by the detective. No
weapon of any sort was found on his
peraon. lie offered uo objection to being searched hut appeared a little nervous. The detective locked him up
and the rpiartcrmaster was placed on
guard over the door. Hannu was
greatly worried over his detention and
made enquiries as to how he would
again obtain possession of the money
that he had sent to the woman in
Winnipeg. He did not divulge thc
name of the women who wub scut the
money.
Copies of the order-ln-eouncil were
served on the Captain and also on the
agent of the Cempany holding them
reBiHinsible for the detention of the
man. The Assyrian goes from here to
Philadelphia and thence back to Liverpool.
Turner Beeton & Co.
Nelson, B. C.
FRESH      EGGS      FRESH
������������������������
Arriving daily at KIRK PATH I OK & WILSON'S.
Guaranteed Strictly Fresh Ranch Kgcs-
35c Per Dozen.
-.������������*>������>
REHEriBER   THE   PLACE :
KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
(Burns' Old Stand.)
Telephone 10. P 0 Box, K and W
BUY
HUME  ADDITION
LOTS.
GAMBLE  &  O'REILLY
AGENTS.
^HAMMOCKS
PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
Nelson,   B. C.	
Jjf Mno AfiUb- M tfUru, Ay cu-p
^^4444444>^44>^44444444444$
I BflRD OF THE EMPIRE I
4 THE   AUTHOR   OF f*
4 "Bobs" "Hymn Before Action" ��*
'% " The Absent-Minded Beggar" "A Song of the English"
4 " Recessional" " The Native-Born"
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l|       THE   MINER
t Now offers his complete works in prose
f        and verse at a low price and on easy
^ terms.   But the offer must
I be taken quickly.
I   THE  AUTHORIZED  EDITION.
I SPECIAL  FEATURES:
��| Each volume bears the author's autograph and sign-token.
^ This is the only edition with the biography by Prof. Chas. Eliot Norton.
^ Decorations by Mr. Lockwood Kipling, the author's father.
�� Bound in dark green English cloth.
^ Printed handsomely on good paper and illustrated.
SPECIAL    OFFER
The regular price of KIPLING, in good
binding (copyright editions), is $1.50 per
volume���$24.00 for a complete set.
The price of this edition is $1.00 per
volume���$16.00 only.
For a first payment of $1.00 the  16
volumes will be delivered frkk to your address.
Then you pay $1.50 monthly for 10 months.
Call at Tiik Miner Office and inspect
thc books and leave your application.
If you can't call, cut out this coupon,
sign, mail to us with $1.00, and the 16
volumes will be delivered promptly.
LIST   OF   VOLUnES
Plain Tales . rom thu Hllla
(InrludliiK Prof. Norton a Sketch)
SnliliuiN Throe; Story of tho Oadnby.;
In Black anil Whito
Under tho   n.u.i.u ���:   The   Phantom
Rickshaw; Wee Willie Winklu
Dap-Tt.tmntal   Ditties;   Halkul*   ami
Han-ark I'.oolll HuIIiuIh
Life's Handicap: Being Stories of Mine
Own People
Tho Nalll hka
Many Inventions
The 1 11:l.i That Fulled
ihe .Illi'Klc Honk
Thc Second .limbic Hook
The Seven Seas
Captains Courageous
The I lay's Work
From Sea to Sea; Vol. 1
Fnmi Sea lo Sea ; Vol. II
Stalky & Co.
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hound In cloth, complete In lfi volumes lor which 1 ngroc lo pay you
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month hereafter until lho full sum Is paid. Tho books to remain your
property until paid for In full.
Namk
AllUKKSS.
THE
DAILY
MINER
NELSON, B. C.
r(|-<f>-f-<!*f>^
Kingston, Ont., Aug, M���Captain
Ellaha Joyner, while conversing with
his family here last night, exclaimed
"my heart hap ceased beating," ami
expired, lie had held several prowl*
neut positions in his life tine. He
wus 12 years nf age and was a Captain
of the 47th battalion.
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Kino Lager
Heer and Pol ter,
DHOP IN AND SEE US.
Nelson. B. G.
EVERY   DAY
-AT THE���
CLUB HOTEL.
Big Schooner
Beer or Hiilf-and-lliilf only
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v
Nelson  A
Fort
10c
Sheppard R'v
Red MountamJIW.
1
NOTIOE.
)I'llS. ANT to the "Creditors' Trust Deeds
-- Act," and Amending Act.s, end the Trus-
J��l!�� anil KxooutorM' Aet, Sections 83 lo 81 i
inclusive���
Notice Is horoby given that I, aH administrate* of tho estate of Thomas Richardson. In his
lifetime, uf llloclllownet, ln the County of
lontcnay. hotel keener, deceased, havo Hied iu
rt
the
.ih is insuiiieiont lor i.nu payment in
-i-. .. Jio debtH nnd   liabilities of  tho said
lliuinas Itlehardson
-������-.....��   Ul      lllOClllOWIieL,    111    MIO    X.UUlll,>     v
Kootenay, hotel koopor, deceased, havo tiled il
��� Vancouver Ueglstry of tho Supremo Dour
���"Hritish Columbia, n duolaratlon that the
"��," estate, Ih Insufllelont for tho payment in
Dill of tho debtH nnd liabilities of tho said
Thorns*, Itlehardson.
_,.. "or��<">�� having clalniH agatnHt tho cstato
"the mid Thomas Itleha-dson, wbo hnvo not
already fli���,i wlUl mo (uu particulars of tho
ff��� ""'I' vorlAud. together with the pnrtleu-
_5". i ""���""ties, If any, held by thorn, nro
ir.it 'lo"��    ,oro l"�� ���"' dny ot 0clobor
Notice Is hereby furlhor given lhat after Ihe
__��_. ".Octobernext the administrator, ns
Wee. will proceed to distribute thu proeeedH
M the trust est.	
thereto, having
��hi;r,l,etl,e���1,
'��liable for the
""*l��irl Iherool
�� �� ll*e ������ Mm I
���MoUtrltratlou
Notice lu  I	
ALWAYS FRESH AND COOL.
The only good Heer iu Nelson.
Cor. Stanley and Silica Streets.
ED CDRRAN, Prop
OENERAL   PRACTICE.
Specialty ���   Eye, Ear and Nose.
Oflice :   Baker Street, near Fraternity
Hall.   Telephone No.  It.
F. 0. GREBN        F, S. CLEMENTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineer, and Provinclal Land
Surveyors.
P. O. Box 1.5 Kelson, B. C.
ih_I,. "lyt.Wtate among lho parlies untitled
", J5* having regnnl only lo Iho claims of
I.ii.,���}"m '">" notice, and I hat ho will not
>kname for iho proooeilH of I he trust estate, or
u _l" '""roof, so distrlbated, loanv person
Hi. ,'i't'V, "'"' no ''ad not notlco at lho lime of
iiieillKlrllmilon.
_*__!_! ��� .''"mby given that a mooting of tho
I. m,"' IhewiidThoinas Ulehniilson will
J* "em In tho Court Houho at Fori Steolo,
Alii _!__Moiltlny. tll�� Mth day of September,
���ttornoon'       th�� ll0Ur of ��"�� ��'cloc* ln tl10
mm,tv.mi^0'"���c"thlH I3thdayof
J. 9. AHMKTUONd,
Oflkial Administrator,
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
head office toronto,  ont
Money to loan on Straight MortKiiB"
Apply to G. Ft. LENNOX, Haker Ht.
Nelson.
GRUGIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch diiun. $13.60 per Vi) feet. For
immediate delivery in Nelson
apply.
i. 0. T. GROFT��,
��. O. BOX 67., Nelson, B. G
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson \< ith steamer
lor Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points,
Connects at  Meyer's   Kails  with
stage daily for Republic,  and  connects at Bo88_urg with stage   daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
LB&TH, Doy Trnin. Aimtvi:.
1(1 ,86 n.m Spokane 7 :1() p.m,
12 ���(���") p. m llossliuiil 5:30 p.m.
9 :_0 u, in Nelsou 8 :(J0 p.m.
Night Train.
9:ir> p.m Spokane 7 '.05 n in:
11:00 p.m RoBslnnd (I :���'�� n.m.
H. A. JAOKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Hpnkanri   Wash
G. K. TAOKABURY,
Agent, Nelson, B.O
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
Capital rald-np,    ,   .    ���    Al.9HS.070.oo I Bent, #l,;oo,noo.o
Hoard or Directors!  Thomas K. Konny,  President;   ThomoH liu, in,. Vice i'rosldont
Wiloy Smith, H. O. Bauld, Hon. H. H. Fuller, M.L.C., Hon. David MacKuon.
Head OlUer, lln 1 Km :
Genoral Manager. Kdson L. Peaso, Montnial.
_uporlntcndont of Branches, and Bocretary, W. B. Torranco, Halifax.
Inspector, W. Y. Brock, Halifax.
Inspector 1). M. SUwart, MonlroaL
Branrhrs t
Nova Hrntla -Halifax Branch, Anllgonlsb, Brldgownter, OnyHlwro. Ix>ndonderry, liiinenluirg.
MaiUand illai.t ��� Co.), IMctflU, Port Hnwkosbury, Sydnoy. B_nbe_ao__le, Truro, Weymouth
New itrui,-xx 1. u llui Inn 1. Dorchester, Fmdoriclon, Kingston (Kent Co.l, Monclon, Newcastle, Hiiekvlllo, Woodstock. F. K. Inland���Charlottetown, Huinmorsldo. Uuelirc-Montroal
(City Oflice), Montreal, West Knd ICor. Notre Damo and BoigneurH Streets); Wcstmount (Cor.
1.1 ��� ''in- Avenue and Ht. Catharines  Street,   ������larla��� Ottawa.   >.xx f .lln,,.i   Ht. John's
1 ni,a, Weal Indie.���Havana. United Htates���New York (Hi Kxchaugo Placo) Kepoblic, Wash
BRANCH��S IN BBITIHH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
O'orTxPHpoBdrnU I
Niiiiimiil Hunk. Mnn Kr��ncl-.ri�� Kiit Naliuiml Hank. IoimIum, Hue. hunk of Hrotlaml.
I'm is, Frrnirr ('refill l.vontmiH. Brrmuda-ltnuk of Hcrniuda. I'blnn iiimI Jupiiu- lloiibc
KonK ���ll"' Hlmnghai ttaukiiiK (\>ri>orattoti.
Ueneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of Credit, lite, Negotiated.
Accounts received on the moat favorable terms.   Interest allowed on Bpeclal
dopusitH and on Saving Bank accountB.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
and
Soo Line
THE    WM.    HAMILTON   riANUFACTURING    CO,
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH. ONTARIO.
CANADA.
8T. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
NKIJ-HW   R ('.
A Boarding ami  Day Hchonl OOlldtlOted liy
the B1��Iom of hi. Joseoh of Poaoo. ithMitu
atod ai Lhtioomorof Mill and Josephlno itroota,
inoiifioftho lie.ii roBldenUftl iKiitlonnof Nol
him,   anil  Ih easily   aoOOSflblo   fium   all  parti
of lho city.
Tlir oouno of ��� 1 mi> Inoludoi tho fnttdamen
(nl and  liir.luT branchiiH of a i Im .:h Imh.1i I
i>c.ur-ntfoil. ItiiHlnnHR courHii ���BookJtOOplngi
HlonoKrapli)' am! Typewriting. BctiMioo twun-f
���Miihit., Vooaj nnd IiimI ninipnlal; prawlngi
(���!�����.   1 'liiin And Art Noodlowork; C'&IUthunlc-.,
etc.
Kor torniti an-! ��articular* apply
Suporior,
^ooips ai)d   Offices lo Rei>l.
Apply   to   ttHe
Pslelsoi) Elecbic TraipWai) Co.
Coriyer Josephine ai,il   Vcrtjon Street*.
FAMOUS
_i)iperia_    Lii^iiled
BBRVIOB
East   and   West
First CIiiRH SliM'p.rs mi nil trsins from
AjUtOWHBAD and Kootknay LANDTKO
Tourist Oars i��ihh Medicine Hat
ilnily for St. Paul I Saliii.lays for
.Miilll rcul am) HoHton; Momlayu ami
Thursdays for Toronto. 8a ne cars
|iuhb Revelstoke one <l��y earlleti
CONNECTIONS.
7:10 Lv Nelson Ar 10::(_
16:80 l.v Nelson Ar IS: 15
Morning train daily for and from
RiihhIiiikI, and lot' Hcvelstolie, main
line and l'noilic Const.
Afternoon train daily for and front
Kossltinil. and from KcvidHloke, main
liue and Paoiflo CoBst, and daily
except Smidayl for and from Ilotin-
dary points.
SO l.v |���,       I        Ar 1��:^0
(KxStm) } Nelson  j (Bx 8Un)
For and from Sandon, Slonan points,
Kevelstoke,   mam    liue    and    Pacittc
Coast.
Kootknay T.akk Kaki.o Koitth.
(Ex Sun)       Str Kokanee      (Kx Sun)
16:00 l.v Nelson Ar 11:(H)
StitnrdBy to AiRenta aud return,
leaving Kaslo at _ii:l. Ik.
Kootknay Kivkii ROUTE.
Daily    Htm Moyie nnd Nelson     Dnily
2_::��l l.v Nelson Ar )|S0
Oonneots nt Kootenay lauding witb
Orow's Nest Line trams.
For rules, tickets nnd full Information applv lo Depot or City Ageut,
Nelson, II. 0., or
VV. Y. ANDKK80N, __ J. COYL.E,
Trav. Pais, Aaonti A   (I. P. Ago_t,
Nali on Vam��n.i>r
A. R. BARROW, am. l ok
Provincial   Land  Surveyor.
Oornsr Viotoria and Kooteusy Bts.
P. O.  Box 669. Telephone No. 90
I; Nelson Daily Miner,  Friday Evening,   August  24   190a
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LOCAL AND   PERSONAL
Hartwlg yestor-
Horn   to Mrs.
day B son.
The Gun Club holds a shoot at five
o'clock this afternoon on the lints at
ihe tool of Stanley Street,
An adjourned meeting of the Nelson
Liberal Association "ill be held at
the Hoard of Trade rooms at 8 o'clock
this evening.
The chemical engine, to be used by
tho Nelson lire department, which
was shipped from Chicago last Monday, will arrive in Nelson tomorrow
ufternoon. It was shipped from
Spokane lust evening.
The Australian Comedy Company
has announced it bill for three nights,
playing "Sapho" on next Wednesday
night, "Caste" on Thursday night,
the comedy "His Night Out," and a
one act burlesque on Sapho Friday
night,
Work upon a sidewalk on the west
side of Hall Street from Vernon to
Front Street was started today. The
building of side walks will be steadily continued and carried on according
to the orders of the council last Monday evening.
Tin- City Engineer stated this morning thai it would be a week yet before
the electric light could lie turned on
in 'lie residential portion of the city.
Fifteen men are working upon the
dam and as the work progresses the
force will be augmented.
Adolph lllman nf Rossland, a laborer was brought to the Provincial jail
this morning by Constable Braduhaw.
lllman was tried before Judge lioult-
bee at Kossland lust Monday on a
charge of indecent exposure and was
sentenced to six mouths with hard labor,
W. E. YVassou, City accountant,will
leave tomorrow for tlie coast where he
will visit the city otliccs of Victoria,
Vancouver and New Westminster, in
order to learn something of their
methods of keeping municipal ae-
eounts. lie will lie gone about two
weeks.
A Social under the auspices of the
Ladies' Aid Society of the Congregational ehurch will he held at8 o'clock
this evening at the residence of Mr.
I.. W. Kribs,Vernon Street. A musical programme will be rendered and
refreshments will be served. A cordial
invitation  is extended to all.
Mr. S.cnrd. of Orillla. is among today's visitors to Nelson. This is his
lirst visit to liritisli Columbia, aud he
is not unnaturally very much surprised
to iind a eily like Nelson nestling
among the mountains, with no visible
means of support. As he is of an Inquiring mind, he will understand better before he returns.
The mining recordB for today arc:
Locutions: I'.. I'., on Kokanee Creek,
by C. Vi. Greenlee and Charles Fans,
Kininay and iron Cap. on Kokanee
(reck, liy Isaac Robinson; Midnight,
on Anderson Creek, by John Croft.
Certificates of Work: To E, 1'.
Graham ou Even Change .and You
Know; to (I. P. Anderson on Garfield.
Tin- Conservative Association met at
the Board of Trade rooms last night
and elected ihe following delegates
and alternates lo attend the Cotiser
vative Union Convention to be held
at New Westminster on tbe 80th of
this month. Delegates: Messrs. John
Toye. C. Morrison. Frank Fletcher
and John Elliott. Alternates: Luther
Lennox and W. Irvine. No Instructions were given to the delegates who
will act at their own discretion.
Doe Klwell, a laborer who was eon-
fined in tlie Provincial jail for the
past few weeks, was brought before
Judge .pinks of Vernon, who is performing tbe duties of Judge Forln
during the hitlers absence, at the
Court House yesterday. There were
two charges against the prisoner,
house breaking ai Camp McKlnney
near Greenwood last May and escaping from custody at (ireenwood July
2. lie elected to be tried at Greenwood, Sept. '.'I.
City Clerk .1. K, Strachan is sending
out notices to all deliliipient license-
holders, stating that the amount
owed by them to the city must la- paid
within seven days alter the receipt of
notice or proceedings will lie taken
against them without any further
notice. There arc 350 persons who
arc the holders of licenses iu the elty
of Nelson ami a great many of these
have nni \ci paid. The standing accounts againsl these amounts to about
81,500. Nol ice-, will also he served on
persons who arc in arrears with their
water account, electric light and scavenger a< nuts.    The sainc  procedure
i licet these accounts will be taken
as with  Ihe llcel.Se   fees.
The first general  etlngof the Imperial Development Syndicate was
held yesterday morning at tlie otlice
of the company in the Mara Hloek.
Officers and directors were elected aud
a complete  organization  established,
Tl Ulcers elected arc:  President. (I.
Gillies, of Toronto! first vice prcsi-
dent, Hr. Arthur, of Nelson: second
vice pre-.denl. .1. C.  Shook, of   Slocnu
City j secretary, s. M. Urydges,of Nelson i treasurer, (I. Kydd, of Nelson;
auditor, P, W, Swunueil, of Nelson.
The following were tinted  directors;
Messrs, J. C. Shook, A, H. Graccy, W,
W, Beer, George Gillies, 1J. L&raont,
9, Burnett, 0. Kydd, Ur. B.C. Arthur,
II, Hird and II, .1. Kvans. Mr, A, 11,
Grocey was retained as tlle engineer
of the company. The company have
properties in view and the development of tliem will start in the near
future.
CONCERNING BAKING POWDER
THE NEW YARDS.
Report ol the Inland Rovonuo Department���
Chief Analyst Recommends That Salo of
Alum luklna Powders no Slopped,
The    Inland    Revenue   Department
has issued its   report on Halting Powders   (Bulletin   No.   88).     it contains
analyses   of   150  samples   of  powders
bought of dealers and manufacturers
in the Dominion. 85 per cent, of
which are found to be alum mixtures,
ln view of tbe large proportion of
this class of powders. Chief Analyst
Maefarlane recommends that legal
proceedings be taken against parties
selling them, on the ground that they
are unhealthful articles of food, aud
believes that their sale will be condemned by the courts.
The analyses were made by Assistant Analyst Mr. A. McGlll, who fully
discusses the injurious nature of alum
in baking powders. Mr. Mcllill adds:
���In my last report 1 expressed my
conviction, based on experimental
evidence, that alum in baking powders is dangerous to health. The
large mass of evidence since accumulated has more strongly convinced me
of the correctness of that opinion.
My personal opinion is decidedly
against the use of alum. The health
of a nation is too serious a matter to
be imperilled lightly, and if it be
impossible to Secure prohibitory legislation, it is desirable tbat manufacturers of alum powders Bhould be
required to state the contents of the
packages."
Professor Ruttan, of McGlll College,
Montreal, who made a series of experiments on the digestibility of
bread linked with alum powders, is
quoted as follows: ''The unanimous
verdict of my experiments is that alum
powders introduce into a form of food
of universal use agents whieh are
detrimental to the functional activity
ofthe digestive ferments. They must
therefore be prejudicial to health, and
the only course is to carefully avoid
them."
Following  are thc  names of baking
powders containing alum, sold in this
vicinity, given in   the   Analyst's   report:
BAKING POWDERS CONTAINING ALUM
WHITE STAB
WEST END
SMITH'S CBEAM
Hart, hy the Djson Gibson Co., Winnipeg.
GOLD  STANDARD  ..Contains Alum.
Mant. by Codvllle & Co., Winnipeg, Man.
BLUE RIUHON Contains Alum.
Manf. by Illue ltibbou Mfg. Co., Winnipeg.
GOLDEN CROWN Contains Alum.
Manf. by w. Tu(t�� and Son, Vauoouver, B.O,
MAGIC Contains  Alum,
.Manf. by K. W. Gillett. Toronto. Ont.
REGAL Contains Alum.
Mant. by Pure Gold Mfg. Co., Toronto, Out.
PURITY Contains Alum.
Manf. by Purity linking Powder Co., Toronto
OCEAN WAVE Contains Alum.
Mant.   hy   Hamilton   C. ffce and Spice  Co.
11., null.in   Gilt.
KITCHEN QUEEN ) Contain
JUBILEE }
BALLONQUIST'S CREAM)   Alum.
Mant. hy Y. Y. Dally and Co., Hamilton, Out.
CLIMAX Contains Alum.
Manf. by It. Balaton and Co., Hamilton, tint
Rapid progress upon the new Canadian Paoiflo yards is being made. Thc
grade at the west end of Baker Street
will lie completed to the bridge across
Cottonwood Creek today. The grade
and filling in at thc east side of the
bridge will not be started until the
bridge is completed. Work upon the
bridge will probably start tomorrow
Or Monday and will be completed in a
few days. The ground for the sla-
tion and surrounding yard is rapidly
being cleared, Trees, logs, slumps and
other rubbish arc being burned or
hauled away. The only tiling that
delays the work upon the station is
the fact that the plans have not arrived from the head ollice at Montreal.
On their arrival the work will begin
at once. The basement wall of the
eight-stalled roundhouse bus been
completed. The heavy alntttnicnt on
which the pillars will be placed to
support the roof have also been constructed. Tbe pit walls are now being put into place and will be completed before the end of next week.
Tlle work upon the upper part of the
building will be carried on with a
good force of men. The grade for the
track to the roundhouse from the main
line at the east end of the yards is
about completed. Excavating for the
turntable, which is Immediately to
the south of the roundhouse, will be
started in u day or two.
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X 'We aro showing the best assortment of
2 STREET   HATS  in   Nelson   in   PEARLS,
2 CASTORS, as well as the staple shades of
1|  1 Hack, Brown, Navy, and Cardinal.   1 'olkadot,
A Puggaree Scarf, or plain Ribbon trimmed.
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A THOUSAND TONGUES
Could uot express the rapture of Annie
E. Spriuger, of 1125 Unwind St , Philadelphia, Pa., when nlie found that Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption
had completely cured her nt a bucking
cough that for ninny years had made
life a burden. All other remedies und
doctors could give her no help, but sl.e
says of this Royal cure "it soon removed the pain in my che.t and 1 can im.
ileepsoundly, something I can scarcely
remember doiug before. 1 feel like
sounding its praise throughout fhe universe." So will everyone who tries Ur.
King's New Discovery for any trouble of
the throat, chest or lungs. Prioe 60 cts.
and 31. Trial bottles free at Caunda
Drug and liook Store; every bot'.le guaranteed.
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Spring ohieken aud all tbe deliesnias
of the sonson servod to you when you
visit Florence Pork Hotel at Roberts'
Ranch, two and a half miles up the
river.    W. M. Roberts, proprietor.
BAKER  STREET, NELSON.
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
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Contain Alum.
Patenaude Bros.
Manufacturing Jewellers and
Engravers.
We are now prepared to matte any-
thing in the liue of Jewelry, such as
Kmi:-.. Pins, Ohalns, Lockete, Seals,
etc. Bend us old jewelry and we will
remodel or make it up in oew and
tip-to date styles.
We buy old ROld and .silver.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
rpHORPE & CO, Limited���former Vernon
JL and Cedar dtreota, Nuteon���MonaJEaoiur*
urn of ami wholosalo dealors tn aerated waters
nn<l fruit syrups. Bolfl Agents for Halcyon Hot
BprlDgfl nuhttlttl water.    Tolu^liono ISO.
NKLSON   SODA    WATKK   FACTOUY
N. M, Cummins, 1a*shoo���Kvory known
variety of i-ofi drinks.   1' O liox 88.   Telephone
No. Sl. Hoover Street. Nelson,   bottlers of the
famous Hi. Leon Uottiprlogs Mineral Wuter.
ARCHITECTS
C.AXK ��: MACDONALD ill. Cane, Jiiuies
f A. Miiatotial.il"Architects ami Mipeciu-
tendcuiH, itroken Hill Jtlock, cornor Hakei and
Ward Streets, Nelson*
CH.AKS
KOOTKNAY CIGAfi MANUFACTURING
CO.���Munufiulurcrs of the Hoyal Seal
mid  Kootenay   ti-ho  Cigars.
otli.e, linker btreet, Nelson.
Factory  uml
Patenaude Bros.
NELSON'  B.C.
GONE TO SEATTLE.
' Little    eight - year - old    Frankle
TwfinibU'y, who was taken to l'Tor-
enoe I'ark Hotel about nix weeks ago
and then deserted by his mother, Ih on
his way to relatives in Seattle, hftving
left for that city over thc Spokane
Kails St Northern this morning. Mrs.
Twiiinlily, the boy's mother, anil tlie
wife of a miner at present at ('a|ie
Nome and well known in Nelson,
took   Frankle to the  -lorenoe Park
Hotel early in .Inly. She tohl Mrs.
Huberts,    the   proprietress,   that   she
was going to iianir to have an operation performed and desired to leave
the boy there until she returned. She
Left .-' for pocket money and departed.
Later Mrs. Roberts learned that the
mother had left for Winnipeg in company witli Jimmy Qrahatn formerly a
hack driver here, the couple traveling
as man anil wife. Steps were then
taken to Hnd some of tho relatives of
the boy, and an uncle, tins Twoiublcy,
was found in Seattle. He was communicated with anil yesterday transportation to Seattle came for Frankle,
This morning  Mrs. Roberts brought
the boy into town and he started on
his journey. The little fellow was
sorry to part with Mrs. Roberts
who had been a better mother than
he had ever kno.vn before and there
were tears In his eyes when he bade
her good-bye at thc train.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.
Permanently removed by the
electric needle. The manager
of the Chicago Electrolysis
Co., a graduate electrician, is
in Nelson for a limited space
of time. Persons afflicted
with ihis blemish should not
fail to take advantage of this
opportunity of being cured.
References given. Room 18,
Hume Hotel.
MISCELLANEOUS
Advertisements Inserted nnder this head at
the rate of one cent a word pur Intortlon, No
advertisement taken for loss than 2b rent*.
TO HKNT   New bouse on Oarhonute
btreet, between Ward and Josephlu.
Streets.     Apply lo U. McGregor, Carbonate Street.
K1KST  CLASS   loom   and   hoard  in
private family, $6.60 uml ,n.   Table
board 8i.   Oarbonate Btreet,   .second
house oast of Josiphine.
commission MERCHANTS
J I J. KVANS & CO.���Bakor Street, Nol-
1* non���Whole-ale dealers in liiiuurs, ci-
gtk���t, i iiiii'iit. Ihr brick and tire clay, Water
pipe uml bteel rails, aud K-'neml commission
lliel -limits.
FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY
Madden Ulock. Nelson ~
,lii, " li, l\." chocolates,
IiirIi class confcctloi'ery.   leo ('renin 1'itrlors.
J    A. M'HONALI)   .\ 
���   Fruits, ice cream, '_ U. U." chocolates.
URAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
BKACKMAN-KKH MILLING CO., Ltii.-
' llolc-ale ami reUill dealers in grain,
hay. Hour, food. Mills ut Victoria, New West-
inin-ut; KilliionUin, Aila. ^levators on L'al-
Kiiry anil hilniouUin lUulway. Manufacturers
of the celebrated It. .\ K. brand cereals.
UROCERIEH
A MACDONALD A Co.-Corner Kront
��� and Hall streets -Wholesale grocers
and jobbers in blankets, ((loves, lllitts, boots,
iiihlni-, iiinckitinw��� and miners'sundries.
I.l !M HER
VJKLUON HAW AND PLANING M1LL-
J.x| Olllee corner Hall and Kront Streets,
xelsoii-Lumber, coiling. tlooiitiK, and every
IhhiK in wnoil lor biiildiiiK purposes. Get our
prices.  Correspohdenoe solicited.
I'UKSIl  AND SALT M EATS
1>  lit UN's A Co.���Baker street, Nelwii-
t    Wholesale dealers iu  fresh and cured
meal*,   t.'old Slol-aKc.
\l' K-T    KOOTKNAY    lll.'TCIIKH   CO.-
. .      linker .Street, Nelson���Wholesalo doul-
i r ��� ia fn-.li and cured meals.
UARDWARE St MINIM;   SUPPLIES
;.,...,     , T   AWIiKNCK   HAUDWARH   CO-linker
I'OR   BALK   Mll'.AI   -Large   bouse. Jj  ssin-.i.  Nelson - Wholesale dialats in
and 1(1 acres opposite Nelson.    I.iwl I banlwiue, nilnci-s' Mippllcs,  nponing K,_,i ���.,
house.    Running water,    Apply o  >''''���
Nowllngi Baker Street,
KOR SALE���A paying Grocery ami
Fruit    business.      Hest   pint' Main
Street, Cranbrook.   Property can also
be   purchased.     "Business,      N'el.on
Miner,
< i in n ii i ii s ot' i in-null in m .
'RliUB RIBBON TEA IS DELI0I0U8."
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial^"*
Land Surveyor.
nelson b c,
Nuiifber Two. Big Four. Nnmbei
Kive, Number Six nnd Lucky Seven
Minernl Claims situate in   the' Nelson
M'LACHLAN HltOS. (Successors to Vancouver HardwareCo. Ltd.f baker Streot,
Nelxon H luilcMile dealers in hardware and
t 111111 ���. ��� roppUu. pliinilicl-s' and tinsmiths' sun.
pllw. .	
XT KLHON ilAHHWAItK CO. - Wholesalo
���_x| paints, nils mnl Kli.ss; mechanics' tools.
Agent- lot Ontario I'owder Works; dynamite
Economy Is Wealth
You cannot make money easier than
by saving it on FOOTWEAR.
Wo fit your feet and your pocketbook
also. You can only judge the value of
our low prices when you see the splendid
footwear we give you.
Call today and economize.
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Finest line of
Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Provisions,
Canned Goods,
Fruits, Vegetables, etc.
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Our Specialties :
Best Creamery Butter and
Fresh  Bogustown  Eggs.
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BAKER  STREET, NELSON.
LIQUORS AMI DRV (iOOI)S
rlxfllNKlt, HKKTON &Co.   Corner Vornon
X    and Jo-ephllio  Btrcels,   Nelson���Wbtlo-
..   BalS dsftlors in liquors. clKars, and dry k'��"I .
MiniiiK Uivi��inii ol the West. Knotensy i **"'"-, '"r V,"1'"', ""'"'"�� ':,"���,"' Milwaukee
Oistrh-t.    Where loo. I . ,1��� MonnWi   """ ' '"'<"r> ' """'K   " K"ry-	
II III.SONS HAY Co.    Wholesale Kroeirlus
1    ami Illinois ill'., linker . ITSSt, Nelson.
1AI.II OIINIA V. INK. CO., Llinllcd-Cornor
in W bole-
bulk), and
Kront mid Hall si reels. Nelson   Whole
dealers  ill   wines  lea-
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-ale dial
ilnllie-l ir and Imported ileal'-.
I'UoVISInNS,   PUODUCE A -TUHTS
bid ween Rover Creek and tl c Kootenai
River.
Take notioe that 1. Kenneth L, Itnr-
net, noting BR flf-fiit for .1, i K. Wizi'.
Free Miner's OertlBcnte No. Btll,S__,
nnd Archibald Patersnn, free Muni's
Oertifioate No. 1141.141, Free Mi it's
Oertifioate No. B81,110, intend, en dsys
from dnto hereof, tn apply to thu   Mtn-
tng Reootder for a Oerttflente of  tn*
provenientH for Ihe purpose of obtatnlnp
a Orown UrBiit of the above cliimi..
And fnrtlior Iske notioe that action,
under section 117, most he iiiniiiieneed
before Ihe insuiinre ol such Certifleste
of ImprovemenlH.
Dated  this  IIHh dny of July, A. H-1 windsroioro Mlass.  _orr��.p
KENNETH L, lllllNI'.T.
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y.QIUFFIN &. CO.   Cornor Vurnon und
JoMpblno  Mre.'lH,   N^l-on ��� WIiuIohiiIu
Inilits In piav'nloiiH, cured inuaU, bultor und
oW-
E. J.SCOVIL
l1IVI>t   IIIMIKKIt,       NOTAB.  ri III.H .
suceSol'olted
WINDERMERE, 4. 0.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OK
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   G.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
H01L sBio^ilsm EgflfMi AW
RATES
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day Ji.oo.
J. V. O'JiAUGHLIN. Prop.
WANTED.
Waitress,   Dishwasher.   Porter for
hotel.    Hill foe hotel.
Nurse frlrl wants situation.
J. H. LOVE, Agt., Baker St.

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