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 VInci��* Htfi
Daily Edition No. Si7
Nelson,   British Columbia, Wednesday Evening,   August 29, 1900.
Eleventh Year
NEWS
OF
CANADA
Being Despatches From Miner
Correspondents in the
Provinces.
Several Important Railroad
Deals   Rumored  in
Winnipeg.
(SPECIALS TO THE MINER.)
Winnipeg, Aug. 38,-A rumor is
current t��� Hie effect tlial Mackenzie
_ Maim nre negotiating tor thc pur*
oliaso of the l'ortagc branch of tlie C.
P, it. uml fur thc lcaso of the Portage
branch of the Northern Pacific. Mr.
Mr. MacKenzle and Mr. Mann reached
here last night Ironi a trip of Inspection liver their lines In the Rainy
Kiver district.
In 1111 interview today (ienernl
Manager Thompson of the Ogilvle
Milling Co. said: "The yield of wheat
throughout the provinco continues to
show a steady Improvement on early
predictions and the samples coming in
are showing up very satisfactorily on
the whole. My estimate made aliout
11 week ago of s 80,000,000 bushel crop
fur Manitoba and the territories is
fully justified, nats are also turning
out well and they will give a fair
crop, The light frosts aud cold
weather we have had recently will
improve the wheat, fl would tana a
very heavy frost, to ds any damage
now."
There is a good demand In the
harvest fields for laborers. The wheat
Mils iu the vicinity of Morden and
I'lum Coulee Buffered badly by hall
during Sunday's storm, iiu.l there wus
a heavy frost in Alberta.
The wife of John Clarke, a Win*
nlpcgoslB farmer, has eloped with a
laborer named Spears. She took with
her 1250 of her husband's money.
Winnipeg's building expenditure
for the present year will be nearly
J'.'., in,(Inn.
if
warm   eulogy
tlngcnts and an
conviction that th
vastly to the cau
Mm pi re.
tbe Canadian
expression   of
ion*
the
bad contributed
of  unity of tho
LA CROSSE
AT MONTREAL
Montreal, Aug, 20.���The lacrosse
gatno here today between the Shamrocks and New Westminsters of liritisli Columbia commenced at 8 o'clock
In .ore a large ami enthusiastic crowd
of spectators.
Five minutes after play began the
lirst goal was mado by tho Shamrocks.
Two minutes later tbe New West-
ministers mado a pretty team play
ami secured a goal, It I....I; seven
minutes for the Shamrocks to again
put tho ball past tlic British Columbia
goal-keeper and win the third goal.
Cor fourteen minutes thc two teams
Btmggled to put tho sphere tbn.ugh
one of the goals. Hack ami forth it
shot until Dually, after a pretty pass,
the ball was shot through the Montreal's goal posts and the score stood
two goals all.
The liftli goal was captured by New
Westminster in thirteen minutes, and
one-half minute after that tbey made
the sixth goal.
The seventh goal was made by New
Westminster in one and one-half
minutes.
At the time the Miner went to press
the game was not finished, the score
Standing "> to :.' in favor of New Westminster.
Chicago.   Slrldlron gave bis own residence as Chicago.
A uo.nan appeared ai the hotel later
in flic day anil saiil that the dead man.
whose name Bho gave as Eason, bad
obtained a thousand dollars' worth of
jewelry fnnn her and she wanted it.
Tho jewelry could not be found.
Stridiron, iu a statement to the coro-
ncr, said be met Scll'iin (or Ksson)
about two weeks ago and they became
friendly, lie got Sell'on a room at thc
Vcuilomc ami signed for his meals.
Soll'iin lolil Stridiron Saturday nfternoon that he attempted to commit
suicide once, bul had been stopped.
POLITICAL  POINTERS.
STILL AT IT.
Winnipeg's Firebugs Are still Gottlng In Their
Deadly work.
Winnipeg, Aug. SO.���Firebugs were
"train ut their work in Winnipeg last
night. The Bremen were called out
��t 11:30 to quench a small conflagration raging In the north end of the
t'ity. While at work here another lire
started on Portage Avenue and the
following stores were destroyed: Conway's auction rooms, residence and
warehouse; ,1. McLeod llulliday. commission merchant; ICepfell, repair
Bliopsj McLean's bicycle shop. Mc*
Kenzle's plumbing store; Miss Uruoe,
millinery j the Singer Manufacturing
l��- s warcrooms and several others.
Ihe hurtling buildings are adjoining
ll"' V. W. C, A. building, which iR
Mrtaln to be damaged. It is reported
tonight that the firobug bus been oap-
liii.il.
Conventions Aro  Busily Engaged  !n Putting
Thoir Contestants on the Lists.
Toronto, Ont., Aug. *29.���Several
Liberal convent ions were held in
Ontario today. In South Perth 1). K.
Erb, M. P., was renominated at a
convention held t Mitchell. Dr,
l.andcrkin wus   present and spoke   at
sinicoe. The convention of south
Norfolk Liberals nominated I. II.
Anderson to oppose the sitting Conservative member. David Tlsdale. At
Dresden the Bothwell Liberals met iu
convention and nominated David Gordon, reeve of Dresden. Hon. David
Mills was present and spoke at some
length. At Ailsa Craig the Conservatives of North Middlesex met and renominated V. Rat/.. M. P., who hail
an enthusiastic reception.
Victoria, II. C, Aug. M.���Thc Premier took the members of the Legislature and other guests for a day's
picnic today, to visit his coal mines
extension and Union and other points
of interest on the Island.
Tbe House meets Thursday morning
to dispose of remaining business, nnd
will prorogue Friday afternoon.
Ailsa Craig. Out., Aug. 80.���The
Liberals of North Middlesex have
ngaio chosen V. Bats, tbe sitting
member, as a candidate   for   tbe   next
general elections.
Mitchell, tint., Aug. 80.���South
Perth Liberals have nominated I'. K.
Erb, sitting member, as a candidate
at the Dominion elections,
Found Guilty.
New York, Aug. 30,���The (rial of
Itresei will open today at Milan, according to a cablegram from Rome,
Much interest lias been aroused by
the nomination for tlie defence of a
famous anarchist lawyer named Mcr-
lino.
BULLER'S
ADVANCE
Machedorp Occupied-Enemy
Fled.  Pursued  by
Dundonald.
Milan, Aug. 30.��� At thc close of the
trial today of llresei, tho anarchist,
who assassinated King Humbert, the
prisoner was pronounced guilty and
sentenceil to Imprisonment for life.
1/
RUSSIA'S INTENTIONS.
union. Aug, 30.���A special dispatch from St. Petersburg contains
the somewhat remarkable assertion
that Russia, almost Immediately, will
notify the Powers that she considers
the relief of tbe Pekin Legations as
the final accomplishment of the military task of tllc allied forces.
There is nothing to confirm this,
however, and tbe afternoon papers
doubt that the rumors of pence negotiations are well founded,
Tbey regard the activity of the
Allies at Pekin and the difficulty of
discovering a responsible Chinaman
with whom to treat, unless Ll Hung
Chang i s able to place himself in communication wilh the fugitive Court
and secure credentials satisfactory to
all the Powers, as indications that the
solution of the problem will be long
prolonged and more difficult than previously hoped.
French   Chases the   Boers
Out of Elandsfon-
teln.
EXHIBITION OPENS.
Toronto. Aug. 30.���Toronto's 32nd
Industrial Exhibition opened this
afternoon witb the customary ceremonies. Premier Uoss performed the
function. An address was presented
to him from the directors, and in
reply thereto he dwelt at some length
on the prosperity of tlie country at the
present lime and the possibility of a
greater scope yet in tbe cultivation of
the liritisli market.
HALF RATE MESSAGES.
Sinicoe, Out., Aug, 30.���The  South
Norfolk Liberals have nominated T.
It. Atkinson to oppose lion. David
Tisdnle 111 tbe next general elections.
Clancy defeated   lion. David  Mills in
I Slid.
Telegraph Companies will Accept Half Rates
lor Messages to Soldiers and Sailors.
Montreal,  Aug.   20.���Arrangements
nave heen made whereby the Canadian
Miflo Railway company's  telegraph
Mul the  Commercial  Cable Co. will
'ccept at half rate from tbe   Adjutant
eneral of the army continuous mes-
"W containing   messages     for   the
Wldlers and sailors of the allied forces
��� China from tbeir friends at home.
'e���aBflS  must   be strictly   social, in
'"'" '"Wguage and  must be addressed
u -1>�� Commandors  in China.   Half
������� messa^s   Will   also be   accepted
""�� tlie Commandors in China to the
��a.ltftnt tleneral of tbe army con-
������, "8 messages from the soldiers
mu sailors iii d
""'''' friends at home
Kingston, Ont., Aug. 30.���Fronte-
nac Patrons of Industry havo again
chosen I). 1). Rogers, sitting member,
as   a  candidate   for   the. next general
elections.
(IIY ASSOCIATED rill_SS.)
London. Au|f. 89.���Lord Roberts re',
ports under date of Belfast, Aug. 2'.)
���'Puller's advance occupied Machedorp
this afternoon. Tbe enemy made i
very poor stand and retired north
ward. followed by Dundonald's
mounted troops, wbo could not pro
ceed beyond Helvetia on account of
tbe ditllcult nature of the country
and the enemy taking up a position
too strong to be dislodged by the
mounted troops. It appears that Itul-
ler'S casualties were very few.
"French continued the movement
today as far as 'Elandsfonteln, from
which be turned the enemy out with
no difficulty. The latter retired very
rapidly, leaving cooked food behind,
(leneral Buller's casualties August 21
were killed, one ollicer and thirteen
men; wounded, seven officers and fifty*
Bcven men.
oon at ranges at U'lill and BOO yurds
neb, seven shots, with u possible 70,
Gunner A. Clemming of ihe Fifth
Canadian Artillery. Victoria, won $s
with a score of 05. Sergeant Uodley
of Hie same regiment came next with
a score of til, winning Ss. Sergeant-
Major MaoDougal] won $.", with a
score of Hit.
TELEGRAPHIC   BK1EFS.
Belleville, "nt., Aug. 30.���Peter
Maybee, aged in, for 50 years a county
bailiff, is dead.
Washington. D. C. Aug. 30.��� The
census of San Francisco, as announced
by thc Census Bureau, is 303,802,
against 208,000 in 18110.
CHINA
GUT UP
Los   Angeles,   ('al..    Aug.   30,���Ten
square   miles   of   forest reserve in thc
Gabriel  reservation   have   been
tbe Barnes arc
San
Bwept  by lire and still
destroying timber,
Is Bobs Chief?
London, Aug. 30.���The Daily Mail
this morning claims to have the highest authority for the assertion that
Lord RobertB has already succeeded
Lord Wolslcy as Commander-in-Chief
of the liritish army.
NO  MOKE  TIPS.
'hi mi. to be distributed
MARRED BY RAIN
JWWta, B.B.,  An
'/*"' the patriotic
"I the
marred
g.   20.���The sue-
concert iu lionoi
returned Invalided soldiers wai
by rain.
Sir Charles Tupper
TRAGEDY IN NEW YORK.
Traveller Commits Suicide U Promlnonl
Hotel.
New York, Aug. 29.���II. H. Stridiron, a lumber merchant, was probably fatally shot at the Hotel Von-
donie yesterday by a mftn who registered us II. .1. Ford from Boston.
Ford then committed suicide by blowing out his brains. Stridiron registered at the hotel on Friday night.
Ford had been in the hotel for several
days, but did nol register until Stridiron arrived.
Tlie men breakfasted together yesterday and then went out. They returned and went to Stridiron'b room
and shots were heard Immediately
afterward, Stridiron was taken to
the hospital  In a critical   tdltlon.
lie bad registered fnnn Baltimore.
When Stridiron became conscious in
of the
BRIEF LOCALS.
The arbitration in the case between
(I.   Frank    Heer and   tlie   tbe liritish
Columbia Railway Company in regard to the right of way across the
townslte nt Five-Mile Point, was
being held at the court bouse today.
Mr. P. Emerson, who went to California sonic time ago for his health,
will reach Nelson this evening over
the Spokane Falls Ss Northern. Telephoning from Spokane last evening
Mr. Emerson said he had entirely recovered and was in splendid health.
S. ('. Winn- of Kaslo was iu the city
for a few bouts today, lie snys that
the interest iii mining in that section
of the Country Is increasing greatly.
The prospects as to mining are bright
for tlie rail season. It was stated last
evening thai the True Blue claim
situated about five miles from Kaslo
is being sold. Although it is not
known what tbe purchasing price is.
it is known that it was offered last
fall for (80,000. As soon as Ihe property is taken over by the new conipany, active development work will
be carried on all winter.
Several days ago flic Miner published an extract from a London paper
describing the treachery of a party of
Hoers towards a detachment of liritish
soldiers who were sent to accept their
surrender. When the detachment approached the rendezvous appointed by
tbe Hoers as the place where they
Would surrender they were fired Upon,
segcant B.C. Parker, of Strathcona's
Horse, was Instantly killed and Private '1'. U. Arnold was wonnded, Private Arnold, according to a despatch,
published Iii yesterday's  Miner, dtoo
,,,��� the wound received at Standcrton
on August lllh.
London Wallers Want to Be Paid Like Other
People.
London, Aug. 30.���Loudon  waiters.
tiled of being   forced   to live on tips.
have Inaugurated a movement to better their own condition and to relieve
the overworked public. Tbe Amalgamated Walters' Society has issued an
ultimatum declaring that unless the
evil is remedied it will oppose issuing
licenses to tbe worst offenders before
tbe County Council.
The ultimatum protests against "the
degrading and demoralizing system
of tips upon which thc waiters have
to depend. It is a system of cadging
which destroys our manhood, is an
unfair tax upon the public and places
the poor man at a disadvantage in
public places. "
Then  follows a list of restaurants
charging the waiters for the privilege
of serving, those paying no wages und
those paying poor wages,
Under tbe first head arc certain
cafes which force waiters to pay BS
cents ti. Sl a day. and the highest
wages paid in any of the places complained of is (5,25 a week.
The   waiters   ileluaiid
Toronto, (Int., Aug. :!!>.-J. A. Donaldson, for many years Dominion immigration agent here, and a notieable
figure in local polities, is dead al Hie
age of HI) years.
Chicago, Aug. 20.���The Chicago
Plumbers Union at a meeting last
night called off the Btrike ordered a
week ugo. Tbe men, ino in number,
will return to work today.
Paris, Aug. 20.���A despatch to the
Petit Bleu from Home says all anarchist has been arrested at Carrara on
suspicion of having conspired to
assassinate King Victor Emanuel HI.
Toronto, Aug. 20.���With tbe usual
ceremonies Toronto's great Exhibition
was opened today, the Hon. C. \V.
Boss. Premier of the Province, touching the button that set all the machinery iii motion,
Norfolk, Va., Aug. 20.���Jamef
fries said last night regarding a
witb Fltzslmmons that, he was
to   tight    _"u/. or iinv other   man
Jof-
flght
eady
wlio
will   put   up   the   forfeit   money and
agree to the terms.
Montreal, Aug. 20.���WaldemarWal-
lach, a former well known journalist
of this city who recently went to
Kossland, 11. C. to engage In mining
has returned home here, suffering
from a serious illncis.
Ottawa.  Aug 30.���Mayor   Payment
announces himself a candidate unparliamentary honors against all
comers at the next general elections.
lie says if the Liberals fail to nominate bim he will run as an Independent
Liberal.
Ottawa, Aug. 20.���M. Valentine.the
leader of a local Italian orchestra
here, says that there is one anarchist
in Ottawa, but be is closely watched.
"If be gets in any of his tantrums
here," said the musician witli a smile
'���be will get it in tllc neck."
Ottawa. Aug. 29. ��� Jealousy and
gossip are what, La Croix says led hint
to murder bis wife and the old man
Traiunu.nlagnc at Montobello last
Friday. To a reporter this morning
he said his action was a warning
young men not to drink, to be jeal
or to listen to gossip.
to
���pseoh Mnt| hoW0Ter' and spoke.  His I the hospital   he   said the niime
'was non-partisan ami was a! suicide wasIJotan Beffron, salesman, of
Toronto, Aug.  39.-Charles  Tail   of
Ouelpb,   was   killed    by   lightening
while drawing in a load of oats.    Ills
team was nlso killed.
Brantford,     (Int.,   Aug.   30.��� South
Brentford   Conservatives   have chosen
Robert   Henry,   who was  elected and
unseated   for   alleged   bribery on   the
cents an [part of  his agents in   1800, and  de*
Russia. Germany and Japan
Will  Each Have a
' Slice.
The Other Powers' Intentions
Are  Not Yet Fully
Known.
(IIY ASSOCIATED I'lllC. S.)
New York, Aug. 2\). ��� "Since Russia
is quietly assimilating Chinese territory south of tbe Amor River, in some
quarters it is thought that the landing
of Japanese troops at Amoy is tbe
Japanese answer to these Muscovite
moves," says a cablegram to The
Tribune from London.
Some outspoken critics here are beginning to recognize Hint tbe outcome
of tbe present crisis will .ventnally
be that slices of Chinese territory
will certainly pass into the possession
of Russia. Qormany ami Japan.
"The first named will seize Manchuria on Hie plea that China declared war and Invaded Siberia, Germany
will claim Shan Tung as au Indemnity
for tbe murder of Von Kettler and
Japan will take Cored if tbey can get
It, or if not Amoy. What the Hritish
policy will be in Ibis even, is not
known. "
hour for regular work. 3b cents an
hour for all ever eight hours, and 50
cents an hour between 1 and ll o'clock
in the morning.and no waiter to work
over leu hours n day. All these demands apply to waitresses also.
ACCOMPLICE ARRESTED.
Hilda Pest, Aug. 30.���Giuseppe To-
nia/.io. a Venetian, who is believed to
have been an accomplice of Lttigi
I,in in .mi in tlle assassination of Empress Elisabeth of Austria, has been
arrested, lie was soon with Lucbenni
shortly before tlie Knipress was
stubbed, but disappeared, lie has
been living here under tbe name of
,l,,..,f I ires.
feated at a bye-eleclion by C. B.lleyd,
Liberal, as a candidate at the forth-
Coming elections.
New York, Aug. 3D.��� Advices from
London indicate tbat the strike of
coal miners and railroad employees of
Wales is likely to have a lasting
effect upon the American coal business. I'p to this time most of the
foreign coal shipments have been on
orders of different governments, which
have needed the coal for tbeir war
ships, but now Inquiries arc coming
from   private   consumers   of   coal    in
Knglaud, France, Qormany and Russia.
Ottawa, (Int., Aug. 30.���The second
day of tllc Dominion Rifle Association
matches  opened   yesterday   morning
with   Intense   beat, a good light   and
a slight wind.    The   shooting was for
'the   Dominion   of Camilla  Cup at 200,
I 500 and 000 yards   nnil   an extra scries
PLAGUE IN GLASGOW.
lilasgow. Scotland,  Ang^ti.���Three
members of n family,    father, mother
nnd child have been cor tilled to be suffering from bubonic plague. Ten
families living ln their  neighborhood ] being shot  between  the long ranges
have been   placed
servatlon,    one deatn nas ocourrei
li
under  medical   0b- I Sergeant    llaybursl.    who    won     mc
lib has occurred so   Queen's   prize   at   Ulsley   some   years
far from the disease.
Ottawa, Ont,, Aug. '.'ll.���In the Mc
Pougall Cup matches yesterday after-   morning.
ago, and who hurt his eye by the
bursting of a soda-water bottle yesterday, was  able to   shoot again   in tlie
New York, Aug. 29.���" Russia's
attitude be been greatly misrepresented. Her operations in northern
China are conducted solely for the
purpose of restoring peace and order
and arc absolutely unselfish." This
Statement, says the Washington correspondent of the Herald, was made by
M. Dcwooland, the Russian Charge
D'All'aires, who said that the Russian
ollieials at Washington have felt
keenly the aspersions   cast upon their
country,
FROM TOKIO.
Washington, D. ('., Aug. 39.���In regard to the reported landing of Japanese troops at Amoy, the Japanese Legation received today a confirmatory
telegram from Tokio to the effect tbat
in view of the fact that Amoy has,
on account of its proximity to Formosa, frequently served as the basis for
evil designs upon the island, and that
In addition to the burning of a Chinese
temple there have been riots against
foreigners, the Japanese (Iovernment
have considered it necessary to land
a small force for the purpose of protecting their Consulate and foreign
residents at that point.
ALL READY TO FIGHT.
New York, Augg, 39, Corbett and
McCoy practically completed training
yesterday for their light tomorrow
night In Hie ring of the Twentieth
Century club in Madlson-SquSre
Garden.
Corbett has done bis work lit Bath
Beach and has trained most carefully
for this mill, and is confident of winning fnnn McCoy. He said yesterday:
"I am ready, as I have already announced, to meet either Fitzsimmons
or Jeffries on the night following my
battle with the 'Kid.' "
A dispatch to tlle Press from Saratoga says of McCoy: "'Kid' McCoy
bus no iloubtsof the result of his fight
with Corbett and believes he will win
within ten rounds, lie will start for
New York today,"
DEPORTED TO EUROPE.
New York. Aug. 29.���The Italian
named Gutda, w-ho arrived in this
country two weeks ago, In conipany
witli the alleged anarchist Marcsca,
was today on Instructions from the
Treasury Department, ordered excluded from this country, and deported to
Kurope. The men were charged with
being parties to a plot to kill President McKinley,
Chatham, Ont., Aug. 29���Joseph  C,
Busier, a leading photographer of this
place yesterday i iplaincil   of    being
unwell and with the words "Oh. I
feel dizzy." fell over dead in his own
home,    lie had heart disease.
I L>
Nelson Daily Minek,  Wednesday Evening,  August 29. i<)��0-
ii
Nelson Daily Miner,
Green, member
D. ,1. BEATON, Editor and Manager
���niK GENERAL ELECTION.
lion
iiiil a general eleotion
s <>f speculation only.
know, iini they make no
I'or
even, tl
until
Dissolution   1
:,,-,. still mattei
Ministers
Blgn
all Iliat   lias lieen said, or
may not lie im ulwe-
iirw    year.       If   nn
Ottawa dispatch referring to Dr. Bor*
den is true, we are favored with at least
one very g 1 sign that au early dissolution Is not contemplated.   It Is said
that the lion. Doctor Is about to visit
England.    A Minister   whose   seat   ia
assailed would scarcely care to he out
of   the country during   Hie oampalgn,
It  is  possible to reconcile thc   rumor
vith   an Immediate   purpose    to   dissolve.   There have been frequent suggestions thai Hie Doctor, by reason of
his services during   thu  mobilisation
of   the .several contingents and by the
generally efllclenl   administration of
his Department, lias earned a title: it   _____
lias been   said   even that the Imperial
authorities bad decided lo confer one,
and that Ihe   Minister  conld   have it
whenever   he  chose   to present  himself in   London,    Wc do not know, of
Course, what   truth   there   may he  in
this, but   it   offers   the   only possible
explanation of the Doctor's departure
just   now, assuming   tbat the election
is   nigh al band.     A Liberal Minister
will rise out of   lied in the middle   of
the nifrht and walk barefoot to Westminister,   in   rain   or   shine, heat or
cold, and   under any conceivable combination of circumstances, if assured
that n title awaits   him at the end   of
his journey.  A rlo/.en general elections
and   a   score   of assaults on   hia  nvtm
seat, would not   prevail on the Doctor
to   give   up   his  visit   for   a   day,   if
the Colonial Secretary had signified to
him that Her Majesty would lie pleased
to make him a Knight Commander of
the   Order   of   St.    Michael   and   St.
George.
While, therefore, tlle story of the
Doctor's proposed visit to England
would naturally Buggest that an early
dissolution is not contemplated, It Ih
hy no   means conclusive;   he may g.,
notwithstanding    his   colleagues   are
preparing for an Immediate campaign.
Looking around at   thc other   indications, it   must   be   said   that appearances   favor   a   struggle   in   tho   near
future.    The politicians on both sides
are   busy   with    their   preparations.
There  is great  hurrying to and fro.
Dr.  Borden   may come   or Dr. Borden
may go, but   among the   rest of them
the movement- give color to the belief
that   the country is   on   the   eve of a
general    election.      Another   sign   is
tbat  the Ministerial organs, all along
the   line, have opened   their batteries
on the   veteran   leader of   the Opposition.    They give htm   a pood   deal of
attention nt all   times, hut    it is only
on great   occasions that   they bend to
their   work,   and   by   the   depth   and
earnestness   of    their   anathemaa   endeavor to  overwhelm   him.     And   in
tbe midst of it all Sir Charles Tupper
Is skipping about the country, falling
downstairs   in his   baste one   day and
spraining a knee, and off   the nest to
address   a    meet ing   of    enthusiastic
electors.    A   wonderful  old  man. he
is. whether   physically   or   mentally.
And by much the   broadest minded of
all the Canadian public men.    If ('null,la 'Is  admired in  Great Britain today, and   regarded   with affection for
her   sympathetic    services   in   South
Africa, the  fact is due  to Sir Charles
Tupper.     lie   was tllc   tlrst   to .ce the
opportunity thai  offered to acquire a
distinction of   great value   to us. and
he continued to puss the matter until
the baiting, trimming Liberal Premier
was eventually shinned into Conseiit ���
Ing to thai lirst contingent To carry
the    country,   Ministers   and   their
friends realise thai Ihey must tlrst
discredit this veteran statesman, and
they arc now engaged ill that effort
with all the might they potteas,
The  other day   Mr
r the Slocan, presented petitions
from a number Of miners,praying that
a Mining Commission he not appoint ^y
ed. Why should a Mining Commis- 'f
sion not he appointed? Can thc
mi nets, or any one In their behalf,
give a reason that has a semblance of
sense to it why it should uot be? The
mining industry is not na flourishing
ns it ought to he, and It Is thought
that it is affected prejudicially by'
some of the laws relating to it. To
ascertain whether this is thc fact, It
is thought desirable to make Investigation, and hence the Commission.
To oppose its appointment Is to say
that the laws, good or bad. wise or
otherwise, must be maintained as
hieh    from   the   point   of
AN   UNSOLICITED   OPINION   OF
The Waverley Hotel
*
*
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
they   are, w
view of the miner's own interest is
about as foolish as it well could be.
If the laws are injurious, let us improve them; if they are found to suit
the circumstances, they will not be
disturbed. There is surely nothing in
that against whieli nny
should  consider
tion
sane   men
it necessary to peti-
1 have traveled over 3,500 miles in the last *��
^ four weeks, taking meals on dining ears, at
4 C.P.R. hotels, on ocean steamers, at city hotels
# and restaurants and summer resorts ��� such
4 places as Banff, Laggan, Yaneouvcr, Victoria,
% San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Taeoma,
^ and have not in all my trip ��ot as much satisfae-
-^ tory value for my money as at the Waverley
4 Hotel, at Nelson, B.C.
5 REV. HAMILTON WIGLK, B.A.,
_A. Pastor Zion Methodist Church, Winnipeg'
dNCORPOB*wlH>i��0_
School
Opening
Onr Stock of
School
Supplies
is complete. All the
new ideas in Scribblers
and   Exercise   Books.
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! FRESH      EGGS      FRESH
i ������������������������
Arriving daily at KIRKPA.TRICK Ss WILSON'S.
Guaranteed Strictly Fresh Ranch \<n ���-.
35c Per Dozen.
���*.���*. ���.���.*.���
REHEriBER   THE   PLACE :
KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
(Burns' Old Stand.)
Telephone 10. P 0 Box, K and W
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Players   rtaYi)   Oil
All Tobacconists Keep It.
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
Wrappers!
Only five dozen, and good
value at prices marked, $1.35
to $2.50.
BUT
You   can   take   your   choice
while they last for
AKRATKI) AND MINKKAL WAT tilt S
THORPE A CO. Limited���Ooraor Vernon
ami <'odar Struutn, Ncl.sou���Muiiufuulur-
ii H of and wholoHalu doulern in aernt��d wiiton*
and fruit hj rupM. Solo i.ueutr. for Halcyon Hot
sjirhiKH minurul walor.    ruluphono IK).
NKLSON SODA WATER FACTORY-
N, M. Cummin.., Ijchkoo���Kvury known
variety of Moft drinkri, 1' O Box _#. Toluphono
No. 31. Hoover Struct. Nelnon. 1 .ottlcrn of the
fdtluoUH St. Leon HotSprluuH Mineral Water.
75 CENTS.
ARCHITECTS
C1ANK A MACDONALD (11. (June, James
J A. Ma-donaltll���Architect* mid superintendents, Broken lllll lilock, oorner Uakcr aud
Ward Streets, Nolson.
CIQAR8
OOTKNAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING
' " o ltoynl Seal
Factory  ond
IV   CO.���Manufacturers of tho_ Royal Seal
and   Kootonay    Hello   CigarH,
olttoo, Baker Street, Nelson.
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
Wholesale Agents:
Turner Beeton& Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
HJ. EVANS & CO.���Bakor Street, Nel-
��� won���Wholesale dealer*, in liquors, ei-
K'n'**. cement, tiro.brick and lire clay, water
I'ipt- and . i.vi mn-., and Koueral commltwion
merchant-..
FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Corner Haker and Stanley Streets
NELSON, B. C.
J    A. M'DONALI) -Madden Block. Nelson-
���   J'liiii'.  ice uream,  " Li. li." chocolates,
high class con feet ior ery.   Ice Cream  Parlors.
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
Many Times
Before we have called your attention
to our line of
Gold and Silver
Watches.
Nelson, B. C.
We have all grades of movements
and plenty of pretty cases to select
from, at orices to surprise you
We give you our personal guarantee
with each watch.
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BUY
HUME  ADDITION
LOTS.
���*���>*. ���****}*4'
GAMBLE   &  O'REILLY
AOENTS.
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1.
KACKMAN-KEH MILLING CO., Lm-
     Wholesale and retail dealer),  in grain,
hay, flour, feed. Mills at Victoria, Now Wost-
iniii'tw; Kdmonton, AIIa. Elevators on Calgary and Kdmonton itailway. Manufacturers
of the celebrated tt. & __. brand cereals.
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD A Co.-Cornor Front
��� and Hall atroots���Wholesalo grocers
and jobbers in blankeU, gloves, mitts, boots,
rubbers, iiuiekina w _ and minors' sundries.
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson A Fori
T. H. BROWN
Jeweler
its BAKER STRKKT, KELSON.
5*0*X>*>0*0*>0*00< O*0*0*��040*><
LOMBEB
XTKLSON 8AW AND PLANING MILL-
i.\ Ollloo oorner Hall and Kront Streets,
rselson Lumber, ,,'i1iiik'. flooring, nnd every
1 hiiiK In wood t' - building purposes.   Uot our
liMi.   .      1   ,>l I ,���   ].. Mnl,-,,,',-   Hfllloitod.
FHESU AND SALT MEATS
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
P   BURNS A Co.-Baker Street, Nclson-
.   Wholosalo dealer, in fresh and curod
meat..   Cold .-.oraxo.
WEST   KOOTKNAY   BUTCHER   CO.-
Ilakor Streot. Nelnon-Wholosalo dealers in fresh and curinl moaUi.
HARDWARE Ss MINING  SUPPLIES
Atlantic S. S. Lines
Krom Montreal
Allun  Line  1 ',i,l -inn  HeptH
Allan  Line   Nuiiitdian Sept 15
Dominion Line t'ainbromat. Hept 1
Dominion Line Vancouver Bepl lfi
Heaver Line l._i-.ltan.a ..Sept 7
Ik-aver Line Like Chami-laln   .        . Bcutll
Krom New York
White Htar Line Oceanic  Sept S
While Slur Line Teutonlr Bopl li
Cunard Lino Cnihrla Sept 1
Canafn Uoo Caniimnia 8<>pt H
American Line Ht. Paul    Sept 5
Aiin'M  Line HI. (x>ii1t  Mcpt VI
1...1   star Line HoiiUiwnrk    Septfi
Itcd Star Line We-teniland    Hepl 12
N.O.L. Line Kai. er Wilhelm der 11 ro ������   Sept I
N. II. L. Line l <i.m  Sept n
Anchor  Lino Knrnctttila Sept I
Anchor Line('il) ol  nOtna Sopt 8
Allan Htato Lint State of Nebraska  Kept ft
Krom Mn -I'm
Cunard Line Ivornia  KeptH
PUHgM arranged to ami from all Kurop<>an
points. Kor raloM. tlcke.H ami full Information
apply to <\ I*. IL tirp it agent or II. L. brown
City I'uH-iengcr Agent, Ne|-on, ti. C.
VV, IV K.ct MM1NOH,
Ociipral _. nwiU C.P.K. OtRoM. Winnipeg.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, ��. C.
a, _______ _______________________   ____ __%
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Order, by mall to nny branch will have caratu! a*��4 srompt attention.
1AWREN0I   HARDWARE   CO-linker
_l   Street,   Nolson ��� WIioIkhiiIo   dllUaiB  in
luudwmro,  miners'
otc,
mtiplioH, Hportiug gooils,
M'li&OHIiAN BHOS. (SuccoatiorH to Vancouver Hardware Co, Ltd.I linker Street,
Nelson- Wholesale dealers in hardware and
niiiilii,; suputies, pluinuers' and lit,  l,   sup-
pliCH. 	
NKLSON   HARDWARE   CO.- Wholesalo
paints, oils and RlaM] niechanlcs' tools.
ARonU foi Ontario Powder Works; dynamite
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 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 stage  daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Lkavb. Day Train. Abbivk.
10.35 a.m tipok.tne 7:10 p.m.
12.0. p. m ll-i. sliniil 5:30 p.m.
9:30 a, in Nolson 8:00 p.m.
Nixht Train.
0:45 p.m Spokane 7:05 a in:
11:00 p.m HosbIiiikJ 0:30 a.m.
H. A. JAOKSON, Q. P. St T.A.
Spokane  Wacb
Q. K. TAOKABURY,
Aitent, Nelson, B.O
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rpUKNKll, 11KKTON & Co.- Corner Vornon
JL    ul)d .in i-iiIiuii    StrooUt,   Nelson���Whclo-
salo dealers ln liquors, clRni., and dry , !���-.
A^onU for  I '.il, 1. llrewinu Co. of Milwaukee
and CalKary Hi ,\\ Ihk Co of Calgary.
Kriini tin' published list we ilioul-
Imaglne thai nearly all the lutn In
Rouland were sold f*ir ihxph two
vr:ir> nr". Today ii ii"' inm day on
which they oan be redeemed, and it
in thought that a number of shrewd
Boaalandera are about to obtain valuable proportiea nt the pierut nominal
prices.
Canada Pbrmanknt anoWks-
TBRN Canada MORTGAGE
Corporation.
HEAD   OFTIOa   TORONTO,   ONT.
Mmii'v tn loan on HtrniRht Mnrtgann.
Apply to U. K LENNOX, Baksr Bt,
Nolnon.
CRUCIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7 8 Inch diam. |1RI0|M�� 100 teel
iiinni'.ii-ti> delivery In 1
apply.
i, 0. T, OROFTI,
��.0. BOX676, Netwn, B, C
Fnr
Nela-.n
HAMMOCKS
PRICES  SI.25 TO  $4.00.
CALL   AND   SEE  THEM.
Law�� Hardware 60.
Nelson,   B. C.
HUDSON'S HAY Cc-WholoHalo Krocrlo-i
and liquors etc., linker Street, Nelson.
CCALIFORNIA WINKCO.,l.imltod-rornor
J Kront and Hall Street*., NoIhoii���Whole-
Hale dealen. ln wines toi.su and bulk), and
domestic and linport-od oiKarn.
Kootenay Railway and NaT.
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO A 8IXX3AN RAILWAY     ,
INTERNATIONAL NAV. A TRAD. CO.
Sohodulo ol Tlmo.       Paoiflo Standard l'UB��.
KUVctivo Kobrunry In, 1000
KASLO A SLOCAN RY.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE Ss FRUITS
T Y. ORIr"KIN _ CO.-Cornor Vernon anil
r I . JoHOphino StrocU, Nelnon ��� Wholenalo
(leatem Id iirovtfllonH, curod moaLe, bul tor anil
oggB.
PaBHonsor train for Sandon and yf���______
avofl   Ka.
avon Hand
at 3.59 p.m.
I���mt,   Kanlo  nl �� a. in., dailr.
lonvos Handon at l.l.'t iliu.. arrlrlng
Roturntni;,
g at Kailo
kossland I Nelson EniDloyinent Apncy
HOTEL
YBRN0N 5T., NELSON
RATES
By thc week from $5 to $6.
By the day ���1,00,
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Prop
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale nt the following news stores at five cents per
copy:
Gilbert Stanl07
__-_       _'. itlc --
Canada DniK fcllook Co.
Thomnon Stationery Co
WANTED.
Ijiliorora.   Oook.   WnitreM.
J. H. LOVE, Agt., Baker St
 ��a	
Hotel Hume Nowh Stand
HoU)l Phair Nowh Stand
ll. Campboll
C. Y. Nelion
J. F. llolaney
H. A. ltrtwlriliaw
Slocan Nqwh Co.
Thomnon IlroH.
I juitont A Yt.iiHK
H. A. Klni fc Co.
Nolnon
Nolaon
Nolnon
Nelnon
Nelnon
Ymir
Now Denver
Hone berry
Slocan City
Sandon
Vancouver
K11 .0
Ureonwood
INTERNATIONAL NAV. A TKAD. CO,
Operating on Kootenay Lako and ��"���'��� ���
8tr. "International" leavos KaHlo for N��l�����
at 6 a. m, dally excopt Bunday. Ileturniiw.
loavos Nolson at 6.10 p.m��� calling at fallow,
Pilot Bay, Ainsworth and all way potntj, t/oa-
nects with 8. F. A N. train to and from ��P��-
kane at Flvo MIlo Point.
LARDO-DUNCAN  DIVISION.
Sloanior Antonta IcavcH Kaslo Tuosdays an
. ridnvH at li a. m. for tlm lioad of navigation tin
lho   llppor Ilnnran hiver;   returning leave*.
Ilnll's LuiKliiiK Wi.1iii inlays and S��l�������l,"v,,h
Stoaniors oiill at principal landings.In BW
direction*, and at ollior points when sign*1""
Tickets sold to all points ln Canada and tno
United SlAtOH. ., ._
To ascertain ratos and full Information aa-
ROBKRT IRVINU.       ���'
Uanaaar, Kaalo. (��.���'���
and News   Agents   on boats an_
trains out of Nelson
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lagor
Uboi' and Potter,
DROP IN AM) SEE US.
Kelson, ll. 0. Nklson '[Daily  Minek,  Wednesday   Evening,   August 29,  1900
��� ���>���-,
FLASH LIGHTS.
THE JAPS.
When the drummer gently tapB
Close together swing the .laps;
The natty little,
Rutty little
Japs, .laps, .laps!
All their fooes are asliinc
As they move in rhythmic line ;
The Uappy llttl��i
Snappy little
Japs, daps, daps!
'Ihey ure little, but I know
Where they're led they' 11 surely go:
Thu ready little,
Steady little
.laps, Japs, .laps!
They will battle with their might���
Km-they're devils in u Bghtl
These wiry little,
Fiery little,
Japs, daps, Japs!
.   ��   ���
The man who doesn't know what he
wants iH  always   kicking becanso he
doesn't got It.
If a man bus good judgmont ho occasionally uses the judgment of others.
��� �� ���
"Is there any way of getting a little
relief from tbe hot weather?" inquired thc panting citizen. "Of
course, I know it's till for the best,
but   1  cun't   keep myself  reminded
of  it."
"Well," answered Mr. Dlistln Btox,
'���] have managed to get a little comfort out of the situation,"
"How?"
"1 went and  bought a lot of stock
lu au ice company."
���   ���   ���
While the fool is waiting for an opportunity the wise man makes one.
��  ��  ���
I'arkc���1 wish 1 knew what hind of
a hiiil to pet.
Lane-Why don't you do ur I do-
take home a lot of samples to your
wife?
"And what then'.'"
"Oo and   order   something   entirely
different from any of t belli."
��   ���   ���
"That typewriter girl Isn't 111   love
with anybody around this office,"
"How do you know?"
"Why, when she gets too  warm she
tulles herVtilhir off, "
���   ���   ���
Many a man lays down his life in
trying to luy up money.
T-T&M. BIRD
-i, nl- lor Banks mineral Wool and
\ .1 . -1.,-   Co.
Keal Estate, Tire  Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
KOH SALE.    ���
LiIbIIhiiiI 1(1, Block _0, Addition
A ; shuck 10x24 ; poultry limine
11_:C1; fenced lots.   Price t
LotH 11 and I, Block 86, Vernon
Slreet.    Price	
I. its .1 and I, Block 118, next to
coruer Mill and Cedar Streets..
L>ts 1 to fi, Ulock 14K. A bin-
gain 	
Lot IS, Block 12, Victoria St.
weal	
I��ts 1 lo 8, Block 60, cleared. These
lots face Block -111. which is reserved
for public purposes by the Government.   'Jtieup.   Easy terms.
KOH HKNT.
A Furnished noun on Observatory
Btieel, doBe to tbe  tram  liue, $Xt per
month,
c.w.wK&eo.
Coal and Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's  Nest  Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -    -    $9.65
DELIVERED.
No oiiler can lie accepted  unless
accompanied liy cash.
<��mcc Corner Hull and Baker Streets.
TKI.K.l'HONK U.S.
W.   REINHARD,   M. D.
UENERAL   PRACTICE.
Specialty I   Eye. Ear and Nose.
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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 thc splendid
footwear we give you.
Call today  and   economize.
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NELS0N0PERAH0USE
J. E. ANNABLE, Manager.
Extraoriarj Bippml.   A Theatrical Event
Four Nights Only-Commencing
Wednesday   Next  August 29th
First Appearance in  Nelson of the
Australian Comedy Company
Direct from the Antipodes.
At j*rrul expense tliis company lias lieen organized in Australia to tour Canada
nnd Soutli Allien.    Wednesday next, August UHIli, will be produced
a special adaptation of Alphonse Hamlet's famous work
"SAPHO"
1 BARD OF THE EMPIRE
4 THE   AUTHOR   OF
4 " Bobs" " Hymn Before Action"
J " The Absent-Minded Beggar" " A Song of the English"
4 "Recessional" "The Native-Born"
m ____________m_____________________^_________________________^_________^^_____^^_^^_^^^_
t        THE   MINER
JP Now offers his complete works in prose
"*]?        and verse at a low price and on easy
j? terms.   But the offer must
4>v be taken quickly.
**�� _______________________________________________
|   THE  AUTHORIZED  EDITION.
�� 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 *n dark green English cloth.
����� Printed handsomely on good paper and illustrated.
A.
MISS GEORGE ELLIOT AS SAPHO.     GllEATKST Pl.AY OF THE AGE
T������.�����... Auuu.t  30,.,,      fciCTPl   r"'""<���   *"���*"���"  31"'    111 _  Vi fl'Tlt flllt
The Mo-t Notable of Ooraetllos l_Q9LC I    Tho Funny Oomody   Ilia l.l^Ill. UUL
TO    BE   FOLLOWED   BY   A CUDUf.
BUHLESQUE    IN   ONE   ACT   OF   _��P_rllU
Saturday's Piece Will Be Duly Announced.
Prices $1, Bj ai 50c.      	
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
noo
1800
500
050
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   G.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
__ *jb 44&��_w__y(kym
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 S1.00 the  16
volumes will be delivered free to your address.
Then you pay $1.50 monthly for 10 months.
Call at The Miner Office and inspect
the 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 op voi.unes
1 Plain Tales Prom the 11 ill.
(Including l'rof. Norton'*; Bketoh)
2 Snldloi. Three; Story of tlin QSdsbys;
In lllnck nnil VVIiito
:t  Under ilic   Deodars;   Tlm  Phantom
ltiRkshuw; Weo Willio Winklo
I  Departmental   Dlttlea;    n.,n.i,i    nnd
ILirrack I'.noin Hulluds
.   Life's Handlpap: Iieing aiorlcn of Mine
Own People
li   The  Nuui.hkil
7 Miuiy Invenliorw
8 Tlie Linlit That Palled
il 'I'll_ Jungle llimk
III Thc Second Jangle Honk
11 The Seven _eun
)2 Captains Uouragoous
1:1 The Day's Work
11 From Sen lo Sen; Vol. I
lfi From Sea to Boa; Vol.11
ll! Slnlky 4, I'o.
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Please send me the works* of Rudyard Kipling (authorised edition.
bound in cloth, complete tn Hi volunios. for which I asroo to pay you
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month horeiiflcr until tho full sum is puid. The books to remain your
property until paid for in full.
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Animus-.
THE
DAILY
MINER
NELSON, B. C.
Nov* Srolla-Hulifax Rrftnch, AntlRonUh, Bridkowater, Quynboro. I jondonrierry, Lnnenburg,
- ...    .   _*,_. 1  r__���.__���    Pnrt HuwkoHbury, Sydney. HnuLH.m.cudie, Truro, Weymouth
Krudoriclon, KinKMtoii (Kent, Co.), Muncton, Now*
 u.   "--�����-���Montreal
LODGE MKKTINGS.
A
NKLSON LODQK, No. 23, A. Y. A A
M. iniiots second Wednesday lu each
month.   Visiting brolhern welcome.
Offloe:   linker Btreet, nenr Frateri.itv
Hull.  Telephone No. 44. 	
V. O. UKKBH        V. 8. CLEMENTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyor*.
p. (i. Box 1.1 Melion, B. c,
~~CHUit.HrilltKCTORY.
S. Haviihhh~1K.nui.isii] Uhuhcii���Cornor
"��r.and Silioa Sl*. Sundnyn: Holy Coin-
���������union 8 a. m.: and on tho Int. and 3rd Sundays
in lho month ntt_r Mattins; Mattim- nl 11 a.m.;
Siinil-yHrhoolt,90p.-i 1 Kvensong M0. Ilnlly:
fiiUliiMato.sn a. m. Thursdays and SalntV
''��)'��: Holy Communion 10 a. in. Fridays;
M'onwini* 7.30 p. m., followwl by eholr prnc-
}<*��� ,H. H. Akcbtirsl, Koetor. Krod Irvine,
uso, Johnstonn, Wantons.
<ATiim.il   Ciiuhuii -Cornor Ward nnd Mill
"tri'i'l* Maw every Hunday nt Sand 10.00 a.m
wnmltetloB al 7.30 p.m.   Mass every week day
"'���1'ia.m.   Kov.  Fathor Knrland lleelor.
i iivsiiVTKHiAN Cimiu ii-Borvlcosat 11 a.m.
��'"1 UO  p.m.    Sunday Behool at 2.S0 p.m.
,f"fer meet Ing Thursday evonlng at 8 P.m.;
><irl��tl��n Kndeavor Society niooln overy I'uos-
����r ovonlng  b�� |  o'clock.    Itov. IL Frow,
ruter,
Mrrin.nmT OiiuKOii-Conior Silica and
Ju-''!>liltie sirevts. Services at II a.m. and 7.30
p. ni.; KabtiaUi School, i.30 p.m.; I'rayor moot-
"'Son Friday evening nt 8 o'olock: Kpworth
iJJJ*11"'{; K-. Tuo.layat8a.rn.      Itov, John
Haitiht Chuhcii - Sorvlcos morning and
J. *5. ^ �� n.111. and 7.80 p.m.; I'rayor incot.
__��� B___P*, ovonlng at S p.m. lho B. Y
K-Auii"'*"11. ovo"lng at 8 o'clock. Strangers
SJiWIf woloo��*.od. Itov. U. J. Coullor While.
1 **-ior,
��i"i^.___* AHMY-Borvlo s ovory uvonlng
__i,,Scl0"__l�� barraalw nn V otorl ��troi.'t
���MJudMi fcdnr-iombo lu charge.
i__mt__.    I.  O. <).  F.     Kootonay  l-��li;''
HK No. 10, mietl every Monday night,
^^"^^ at  thoir  *Iall,  Kootenay slruot
Sojourning Odd Fellows conllally Invited.
Jolm A, Mciuo. N.o.  l>. w. Rutherford, v.o.
Fred J. Squire, Per. Soc.
Nelson Kncampment No. 7, Meet* every 2nd
and _lli Friday of each month, in Odd Fellows'
Hall, coiner linker and Kootei.ay strents.
Nulson. A. II. CInmonts, i'. P.; 1). McArthur
H. S.   Visiting brothels always welcome.
NKLSON  LODOK   No.    M, K. ofP
iHools In K. ol P. hall, Oddfellows block
rSAeverv   Tuesday ovoniug at 8 o'clock
���,AU visiting knighln conllally  invited
F. J. lln llil.KV, C. C.
__      J. A. l'AmiKTTK, K. of ll. and S.
NK1.SON  L. O. I_ No. 1(1112 mcol* in 1'ra
lernlly Hall on frst nnd thlnl Friday evening*
of each month nt 8 o'clock.   Visiting members
cordially Invited,   it. Hoblnson. W.M.;   Win.
Crawford, a 8.	
NKLSON'S QUKKN NO. 211
8DNS OF ENGLAND, mools
flrst and thlnl Wednesday of
oach nin,iih nt Fialernity hall,
corner of linker and Kootenay
street*. Visiting brolhern conl-
l.ill) Invltod.
John Wathon. Secretary.
EVERY   DAY
���AT THK-
CLUBJ0TEL.
Big Schooner
Beer ot Half-and-Halt ouly
10c
SSS?3*?f
SK1��1N AKH.K No.��. Y O K ,�������-.-
r,I0orn.h"OC,Vt,r.,n'_ t.,_i���'c.rdlayi.y Inv.t-
Ohnrlca Prosser. Seoretary.
SlliVKB K1NU M1KK
Will pny the highest cash prlM fot all
kind* of seoond hand goodl. WM "J
or sell anything from ���*�����'*"*?���
needle Fornltnre, stoves, osioem
oo.kngJen.lls, hotight In bngtaM
qnutltlM. Also osst off Ototoil*
Oall .nd see me or t"r,t��-ftnAd<^
Silver King Mike, Box 'M. H����
Btreet, Nelson, B, 0,
ALWAYS FRBSHASD COOL
The only good Beer in Kelson.
Cor. Stanley and BHI��aBtroots.
ED CURRAN, Prop
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.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
capital r.ii.i-ui'.    ,   .    .    i<ti,!is.-,.iuiuMi I  it, .1, Wi,7oo,noo.o
lin.ii il nr iMrerinrs:   Thomas K. Kenny,   President;   Thornan Hitchio. Vieol'roHidont
Wiloy Binith, H. O. Bnuld, Hon. H. H. Fuller, M.L.O., Hon. David MaoKeen.
Head Ollice, llnlirax:
General Managor, Kdson L. Pease. Montreal.
Superintendent of Branches, and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, rialifax.
Inspector, W. F. Urock, Halifax.
Inspector 1>. M. Stewart, MontreaL
Ilrnncheft I
.,���,���    ....   /.,,,,,.  h. Hi nl|;,-W!
Miiitland 11 Im.i������ Co.), Pictou,   Port, Hnwkesbury, 8y
_ew ItrunHwIck���Hatburst,   Ilorehcstcr, FredoricUin, duimw, ,������ ���	
castle, Sackvillo, \VoodsUsck.   I*. K. iHlnnil���Oharlottctown, SuinnierKidc.   Unelirc    .	
(City Oillcol, Montreal. West Knd (I'or. Notro Daino and Seigneurs Street-); Westniount (Cor.
lireeue Avenue and Sl. Catharines  Street.   OntnHn���OtUiwa.   NrwTnumllHHd- St. John's
Culm, West todies��� Havana. United unites���Now York Illi KxchaiiK" Place) Republic, Wash
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
CorrfHponileiilH:
Cniiailii��� More .mill* Brink ot Canada,   ItflHtoii��� Ndtionnl Shawmut Banks   .'lilrnico- - Amorlcn
National ltank*   Hnn k-'rmiclitro���Fii-rtt Natiunal Hank.   ..nini.ni, Kiik. - Hank of Hcotland.
I'arls Vranee���Credit Lvonnairi.   Ilermuiltt-Iiank of Dcrmuda.    . hinu antl .!n|i;in    iim.
Kuntf and Htiangtial HankinK Corporation.
Geneial Banking; business Transacted; Sterling: Bills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terma.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
and
Soo Line
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
THE    WM
HAMILTON   nANUTACTURING    CO.
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO.
CANADA.
FAMOUS
lipperia!    Liipited
SERVICE
East   and   West
Kirst, riti-H Bloopers on nil brslns fnnn
AllBOWirEAU AMI KllilTKNAY LANDING
Tourist Oan phkh Med'oloo Hut
ilmly for Si. Paul; Hoturdays for
Montreal antl Boston; Muiiilny- uml
Thursdays fur Toronto, Bane oars
|iiiu_ Revelstoke one ilsy earlier.
CONNECTIONS.
7:10 Lv Nelson Ar 10::��.
16:30 l.v Nelsun Ar 1S:4i">
Morning train daily for nnil from
flns.Hlitml, and fur HevelstoVe, main
line anil l'aeillc OoBlt,
Afternoon train ilnlly for and from
Uosslnml. ami from Revelstlike, main
line and Paoiflo Coast, and daily
(except Bunday) for and from I-ouii-
dary points.
7::!" lA' I Nelson   i Ar m*>
(ExBun)        J Heuon )        (Kx.nn)
Knr and from Handon, Sloran pointH,
evelsl
Ooast.
KoiiTKNAY Lake Kahmi rih-tk.
1 E_ Snn)      Btr Kokanee      (Ex Snn)
ItiiiKl Lv Nelson Ar 11:00
Saturday to Ai'Kenla sod return,
leaving  l< >������ 1- ��� at 20:00k.
Kuo'i'K.NAV  KlVKIl I. H'TK.
Duily    Btrs Moyie and Nelson    Haily
_���_::.) l.v Nelaon Ar 2:'.*)
Oonneoti at Kootenay Landing witb
Grows Neat, Line trains.
Kor rates, ticketa aud lull information apply to Depot or City Ageut,
Nelson, II. (.'., or
__,  no
Kevelstoke,   inniu    liue    nnd   Paoiflo
GEO. GUIU)
Boon I, Turner-lKieck), Illonk.
DFAl ESTATE AND MINING AGENT
houses and Building Lots in All Parts
of the Oity.
WANTED-Oood building lots < own
Wt��wn for ollml. Also land adjoining
oity to gawtonlnj.
I^ooijis ai)d Ortices fco Rei>t.
Apply   io   ihe
lSlelsoi) Electric TraipWai) Co.
Corqer Josephine arii Vernon Slreei��.
W. . . ANDKItBON,
Tiht. I'M*. AuanlJ
Neliua
K.J.COYLK.
A  fl. P.   Aitm.ti.
V��nooo����.r
A. R. BARROW, a. m i. o,_
Provincial  Land  Surveyor.
Oornar Viotoria and Kootenay St*.
P. O. Box 669, Telephone No. Ot u
Nelson Daily Miner, Wednesday Evening, August _o. 1900.
I
LOCAL ANDJPERSONAL
Allan I
reported
steamer Corinthian was
I, 1   .Montreal    at   1:30
Dmnl
��� the!
e Huron.
Point at
family left
,. where Ihey
��� future home.
ilnc
off
a.  in, Aug.. 38,
Heaver  Line  atcamer   Lai
inward  bound, missed  Funic
:.' :1" p,  iu., Aug. 28.
'   lv Cordingly, wife  and
last evonlng   for '1
W ill probably malt
The lirst ear ol copper mat produced
by the Mlner-dravi
Forks was shipped
morning bj tbe i
Mrs. C.  A. Johnston   of    Yuiir, wl
i-. suffering   from  a severe
pneu nia. was brought to
oral Hospital   last  evening
careof l>r. Hose,
well today.
Mr.   .lame-.   Blaky, a   popular
glncer on
Bennett to Thomai Bennett, one-third
Interest In Headlands, Old Colony and
Busy Bee for a nominal consideration,
The concert under the auspices of
the Ladies' Aiil Society of the Con-
gatlonal Church, on behalf of the
building fund, will be held ill tlle
Opera House Friday evening, September 7th. The best local talent has
been secured, aud the excellent programme will be a musical treat to
those who attend.
MISCELLANEOUS
Advertisements inserted under Mils head at
the rate of one oent a word por Insertion, No
advertisement taken fur Iumh than -���"> cents.
LOST- About three weeks ago,
cape, at the C P, U. station,
please return lo Miner ollice.
a gray
Kinder
. smelter at Grand
to New York this
P. It.
.1,1    of     'I
attack ot
the  Hen
uinler tin
The patient iBdoinf
Canadian   Pacific,  was
clock this aflern.um tu
,f Lonilon, Eng. The
place   al    Ihe hoine of
Ihe
married at i o
Mis- Stallilell
ceremony took
the groom in Nelson,
Mr. George Kydd, treasurer of tin
Indian Pauline Fninl. desires to OC
knowledge ihe following contrlbu
lions: C. IL J. Christie. 810; S. lies
Bristly, S-V. J. M. McKenzie, 851 R.
W.   UrlgBtocke,  . !i: Anonymous, 8..
Another shipment of 1200 tons of
concentrates has been ordered from
the st. Eugene mine by the Mining
ami Smelting Company of Autlfosta,
Chill. This will make 1700 tons that
has been sent to Chill. The last shipment will be sent from Vancouver
about September IS,
The laying of sewer pipes in tlle
different parts ol the city is being
carried on steadily. The work upon
Victoria Street, between llendryx and
dilar. has been completed, aud the
nun were put to work this morning
at laying the pipe on Latimer Street,
between Stanley ami Ward Streets.
The  Canadian Pacific has communicated with  thc executive  committee
of   the   Spokane   Exposition,   which
will be held in that city from October
L'd to ihe 10th, icclnsive, Btatlng that
il will   handle free of charge all mineral   exhibits, from   any point in   the
Kootenay to   Nelson. Bo as to connect
witli the Spokane Falls and Northern.
F. \Y.  Swanwcll.   secretary   of   the
Hoard of Trade, received  a communication from   L. K. Armstrong of Spokane, superintendent  of the Mineral
Department of thc Exposition  which
is to be held there ii. lictohcr. inviting
Nelson  to  lake  part   in the mineral
exhibit.    This matter will be brought
before   tin-    hoard    next   Wednesday
even! ng,
Tin advance sale for the production
of Sappho by the Australian Comedy
Company, tonight has been good and
the company will be greeted by a cordial house. ThC Company is an excellent one bclngl iposed of well known
members of the profession win. may
be counted upon to give an Interesting
rendition of one ofthe greatest problem plays of tlie day.
Two assault eases were brought
before Magistrate Crease at the Police
Court this morning. John Gray, a
laborer, charged Edward Curran, pro
prietor of the Club Hotel, with as
saulting bim mi Monday. The notice
wa- served mi Curran late last even-
ing. mid as he had not time to arrange
for a defense the ease was adjourned
until 1" o'clock tomorrow, Sine
Cluing, a i liiucse laundry man, charged
K. Cordingly with assault. Cordingly
Is at prcscul out of town and the easi
was adjourned for eight days.
The Vancouver World of Saturday
last contained the following: "The
man; ol   11   T. Wllgrcss, late
lv i P, U, land agent of the Nelson
district, and for many years a resident
of   Vancouver,   will   he  delighted  ti
learn that  lie    is   about    to   return    t.
this city, "Pat" as he is affection
ately called by his associates, has been
not it" il "i bl appointment to the re-
I nnsiblo posil ion of cashier in tin
Company's   divisional   oflice   here,  m
ollice  whieli  he  is elll i nellt ly    ipialilie,
to fill,   Mrs. Wllgrcss has been In thli
eity for the past four mouths."
The Mayor and Aldermen received
an Invitation last evening to attend a
banquet, given at Grand Forks on
Thursday evening, in honor of th.
blowing in of the Mimi ������(Irtivot-
smelter. 'Illi- morning the Canadian
PaclUc sent a communication to tin
City Clerk, stating that free trans
portatlon would be given to any member win. wished   Io aeeepl   theinvita
tion to the banquet. The company di
this, as Mi-. Miner has been a grcal
factor in aiding iii tlic development ol
th,-   Itoimdnry  country.     The en tin
body of the Council   have ai pled  Ihe
Invitation,  and   will    leave    for lirni.il
Forks at 3  10 tomorrow afternoon,
The   mining records   for lodav arc:
Cert IficateS of Work :   (in silver i lii,f
to   C.    M.   (letlilng,   on   Palaccttne,
Fairhavi-n and Welfare, to Scffrolc
l.efebole; on Texas. Maggie Henderson. Rothesay ami l.,une io Ewon
Mi I .nihil ami Angus McDonald; on
Sunshine, to Joseph I ampbell, |.,,ca
lions: ICntcrpi Isi . "ii Vernon Mountain, by T. Dennett ami A, Billings:
.���sunrise, on   Veinon  mountain, by T
Bennett,   Arm-.  Billings  and   Hell,
Devlin.    Transfers:   From    Charlei
Tennis Tournament.
The preliminary matches in the fall
tournament of the Tennis Club began
yesterday al the club courts. In the
gentlemen's doubles, handicap, 11. F.
W. I'ollok and Martin defeated
Heaver and Dixon. 0*3, 1-li. ill. K. T.
Pollock ami Bruce Uoatcote defeated
Crickniay and Fraser, :i-ii, 0*4, 0-1,
(riddle and Haker played an unlin-
islied match with St. Barbe and Wetmore, 0-1, ti-7. .-3.
This afternoon Harrow and Hrown
will play F. T. Pollock and lleathcote
ami Haines and Thompson will play
Scions and Macrae. In the ladles'
doubles, handicap. Miss Hird ami Miss
Fleming will play Miss 1. Hedley and
Miss Baldwin,
Tin- ball which will be given by the
(dub next Tuesday evening will be a
most enjoyable affair, as the committee will spare no pains to make it
so. A number of the Rossland players
are coining over on Monday to try
conclusions with the local cracks, and
soma interesting matches should result.
Mr
W
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WANTED ��� Position as housekeeper   .7.
by  Knglish  widow lady with  lilt le , ��ki
igirl.   A good inline greater consldera- "*"
I linn than siil.-u-y. References exohatlg- vk',
i-il. Adili.sc ft. A. Elliott, Hex 250,', \9t
Nb1hc"'- !��Ai
WANTKI)   To  rent,  a   small   house. I T*.
furnished    Or    par.ally   BO.     State \\*i
terms, wbioh must  be moderate,    Ap*   ?yf
ply " 0. S.," Miner office. ��A/
TO REST   New house on Carbonate   *v*
Street, between Ward nnd Josephine   \ljf
Streets,    Apply to It. McGregor, Oar*   *v*
boiinte Street. I \&t
_,     _^rf     __w__i    ____\r*    __%9^     _tf" 10mV
A_t__L___j&__LCL;&C_t^:^fefefefeSfe^^^^^M^
V _   ���_-_*- .1
NEW FALL
DRESS
������������������*.���������������
room  and   board In
15.60 and ifli.    Table
Street,   second
ist of Josephine.
FIRST   CLASS
private family,
board   81.    ('ai-iiiiii.it.
house east of .losepbi
FOll   SALK   Oil KAI'���Large   houso j
and II) acres opposite Nelson.    Fowl
house.     Running   water.     Apply 0,
Newling,  linker Street.
Uiiji Wr..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
IN   BLACK   CREPONS
���36, $7.50, $TO, $15 and $20 per pattern
IN   BLACK   POPLINS
AND   FANCY  BLACK   BROCADES
 $4,  $4.50 and
$5
AT THE HOTELS.
Phair:   James  Osborn,    Vancouver
I). E. Jackmaii, Pittsburg,   Pa. ; C. 9
( riUelihoiii, Montreal; A. li. Coolmaii
Hosslaud; S. (.'.  Wing.   Kaslo;   Krnul
Kden.   Peterborough,   Ontario;   t'. M.
Kingston.   M,   D., Eholt:   P.   Hums,
Calgary; M. Burns, Klrkfleld,Ontario;
.1.  W, Hays,   Spokane;   IV.   It.    Rams-
dell,      Hossburg;     Mrs.     Donpe    and
daughters, Winnipeg.
lluine: J. W. Harris, Fred Elwell,
Bonnlngton; Q, H. Green, Victoria;
H. McLean. Kaslo; D. Gavin, junior.
Vancouver; R, McGulrc, Molly (lilison
Mine; Charles Green, Toronto; E_ 9.
Frishie. Detroit;,1. G. Cameron, Victoria, tl. Et. Nickle, Toronto; II. B.
du Tout. Spokane; A. Massey, Vaii-
cauvcr: J. II. Van Dorn, Wallace,
Idaho.
PREVENTED A TRAGEDY.
Timely information given Mrs.
George Lour of New Straitsville.Oliio,
prevented a dreadful tragedy aud savfcd
rwo lives. A frightful cough had long
kept her awako every night. She had
tried many remedies and doctors but
steadily grew worse nutil urged to try
Dr. King's New Disco.ery. One bottle
wholly mired her, and she writes this
marvelous medicine also cured Mr.
Long of a seveie attack of pneumonia.
Such cures are positive proof of the
matchless meiit of this grand remedy
(or curing all throat, chest and lung
troubles. Only alio and $1. Every
bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free at
I 'ntindu Drug St Hook Store.
I have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles,
Mouldings. Sash Doors
Inside Finish.
Ooast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber*
Mill st PILOT BAY. Yards, NKI.SON
nnd LARDO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD, J3J
\h
ih
COLORED   DRESS   GOODS
IN POPLINS AND WHIPCORDS
 $4, $4.50, $5   and   $6
NAVY  AND   BLACK   SERGES
 75c, SI   and   $1-25
������������*-�����-���������������
__H.'1-H',VT_.H OK IMPROVEMENT.
Number Two. Big Four. Xumbei
Five, Number Six and l.ucky Seven
Mineral Claims situate in the Nelson
Mining Division of the West, Kootenay
District. Where located: On mountain
between Hover Creek aud tLc Kooteuuy
River.
Take notice that 1, Kenneth L. Burnet, actiug as agent for James K. Wize,
Free Miner's Certificate No. BSl.SOS,
and Archibald I'.-iietxon. Free Minn'.,
Certificate No. I'.-ll.Ill, Frea .Mi cr's
Certificate No. B81,lll), intend, nu days
from date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder fnr a Oertifioate of Improvements for the purpose of Obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice that   action,
under section .17, must  be commenced
hefore tbe issuance  of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated  this  19th day cf July, A.D
11100.
KENNETH L. BURNET.
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Spring chicken and all the delicacies
if the season served to yon when yon
visit Florence Park Hotel at Roberts'
blanch, two and a half miles up tbe
river.    W. M. Roberts, proprietor.
'_M1�� RIBBON TEA IS DELIOIOPS."
Patenaude Bros.
Manufacturing; Jewellers and
Engravers.
We are now prepared to make any*
ihing in ibe line of Jewelry, such as
Rings, Pins. I'bains. Lockets, Seals,
*tc. Send us old jewelry aud we will
remodel or make it up in new and
up-to-date styles.
We buy old K��ld and silver.
ORIGINAL MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay district. Where
located; on Mineral mountain adjoining the Arlington Mine, near Erie,
B, C.
Take notice that I, 0. D. McKenzie,
agent foi the Hastings (Fritish Columbia)   Exploration  Syndicate, Limited,
Free Miner's oertifioate  No. B  89101, j
intend, sixty days from tbo dt.to  lieie- |
of, to apply  to  the   Mining   Recorder j
for a Certificate of Improvements, for
the   purpose   of   obtaining  a   Crown
Grant of Ihe above claim.
And further lake notice that, action,
under section li", must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
uf Improvements,
Dated Ibis 15th rtuv of Juno, 1000.
C. D. MoKBNZIB, Agent.
Patenaude Bros*
NF.LSON'  B.C.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.
by the
lanage
lectrolysi
GOOD   HOPE    MINKRAL   CLAIM.
Situate in the Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay District. Where
located: on Morning Miiuntain, adjoin*
ing the Algoma mineral claim.
Take notioe. that. I, Robert Scott
Li-nnie, as agent for the Atbabasoa
Gold Mine, Limited, F'ree Miner's
certificate No. B 80414, intend Qo days
from the date hereof, to apply tn tile
'ining Recorder for a certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of ob-
j mining a Crown  Grunt  of the   above
Permanently removed by the �� "JJ-j fnrther tBke n0.ice that 110tio���
electric needle.   The manager nnder section :i~ must, be commenced!
if  tin*   t'liii-itrn   FWrmlv .i. be,.?re tbe lMnanoe of 8non Oenifloate
n   in.   v_nicago   electrolysis o(improvements. !
Co., a graduate electrician, is I   Dated tins 10th day of June A, D,
n  Nelson for a limited space|l!,U0-
Martin O'Reilly St Co.
tiolistoi) piock, Paker Slreet.
>*_ -M
Nelson Business College |   railway.
Fall Term Begins Monday, Sept 3rd, 1900
���������������������������
The proper place to acquire a thorough, working knowledge of Business Education, which
is essential to business success, is in an institution
where competent instructors devote the whole of
their time to imparting this knowledge to the
students.
The practical work of this school is already
well known to some of the people of this thriving,
progressive city. We are keeping abreast of the
demands of thc limes, which call for first class, well
qualified Bookkeepers, Stenographers, etc.
Young men and women will find it profitable to
attend this school.  Day and r_veniiig Classes   i i|''ii||sv''fi|'''s7,'^am',F,aii_'ami North*
, always  in  session. \<    Direct connection at St, Paul with-
Private lessons in Penmanship, etc., may be
arranged for at hours to suit the convenience ol
those unable to attend the regular classes.
Rooms 6 ana 7 Victoria Block, Josephine Street.
���VMMMMO
��>.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VE8TIBULED TBA1N8-
PALACE DINING ANDIOBSERVATIOI
OARS.-MEALSalaOARTE.
Close  connection   Kast   anil  West-
.und at Spokane with trains of the
if   tune.
with this
bl
afflicted
emisli should  not
II. B. 1.KNNI1..
MASCOT.    RKBKUOA    AND    JUU_
'"_ -      .   . OAJCSAn   MINKRAL   I I.AIMS.
tail to take advantage of this sitoateh. tubNKtsoNMwinndivision o.
of being cured.
ipporlunity
References given.
Hume 1 lotel.
Room 18,
T
PRIVATE   SCHOOL\�������',;
ANU   KINDERGARTEN.
Thorough    Knglish,    Onllsthonlcs,
\l u-.ii*.   Ki-cncb.   nnd   (ici-iiinii   il'   I'p.
[tilred,    t'lill  term   commences 3rd
September,   For particulars apply to
MlSit   PALMER,
jMtophlno St,
BOARD AND  ROOMS.
\IHS. lll'.ll.l.V. who  hiiH  taken  over
the   house  on   Ward   Btreet Juki
ibnvi- the Post Offloe, will give board
.androoms.   Bevwnl oholcerooms still 469
I unoccupied. Terms reasonable I
West Kootenay District- Whkiik 1.0-
CATSO:���Aiiout l-'iii'u Mii.es South hk
Nelson, Nbar tiik Hai.i. Mines Viacon
Road,
AKENOTIOTCtlml I. F,0. Oroon, actliiEnn
agent fm- K. 0. Arthur, Froo Miner-Hat*
tillnilii No. lii7.7IKl. A. II   Ivcll).  Fnn Mim-i-K
'i-iiili-iii" No R27.9SII,and .1. I'. Honor*, Yrea
ii-tilli-iilc Nn. ii-.'T.'.fil.  Inl .nd, -iM y
.... Lho dato hereof, to npply tc Lho Min.
iiiiiltiiiii-'lir forCorltlleate* ot Iniprovoinentn.
fnrtliii inirpiiMciif oliliiiiiiiiK Crown UrnnlH of
lho abovoolnlms.
Andfnrlhorteko notteo llmi action, umlcr
neotlon 37, munt in- roinnion I before the in-
Hiiiinco of kikiIi (lorttfloaton of Improvomonts,
Iiiiti-il this twonly-sovonth day of .Inly, A. P.
,m P.CaUEKN.
If You Smoke ��
Smoke  the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle.
UNION  MADE.
_OOT_NAYCI.iSM.C0
NKLSON, II. 0.
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial^TJ
Land Surveyor.
Nl_LSON b c.
~St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Nkixon B. ('.
A Boarding snd Day 8oIimI oenduotod by
tho B-Tt-rn of St. Josophof Poaoo. ItusItU'
,, ���i at thooomorot Mill and Jo^oplilno BtrooU,
��� , i ���oilhe bwl restdoatlal pprtlonBoi Nol-
Iliu   .."'l Ih e���:-lly  aocosslblo from all parU
''f'i'i,"''(-oiii--..'of -iinly lnolndqs the _atid_mon.
.��� ui luSho" bmuohoB of n thoiOTgh KngUsh
",, . ti, ii.mii.i-. cour.0- Bpokkoeplng,
st_  ��mi liy snd Trpowril Ing.  BdenM oourse
li    ..    Voeiil  nnd  Iiiitriimonlal;  l)niwin((,
fTtel-Hi'iin and Art Needlework; .allnthonlo.
BtKortorniH an* oarUculara apply
Buperlor.
NOTIOE.
ItsUANT (o tho "UredilniV Trust Doodi
_ Aoi." uml Amondlng AoU, nnd the Trun-
ti'.'s' nnil Uxeoutors1 Act, Beotlnni k) tu wi
ilH'lllHlVO���
Notice is horoby given that I. in.nilminiHirii-
torof the e.tulo of Thoinns ltioliurilHon. In Ills
lifetime  of    llloeillcwiiet,  in   llio County   of
Kootenay, hotol keeper, deceased, have nieil In
the Vancouver Hotrlslry of tho Supremo Court
of HrlliHh Columbiii. B (lonliiriilloii Hint, the
-nil ostiito i-t in*uflleienl for tlie poytnont ill
full of Lho debts uud ii.iiniui, of iho naid
Thomas Kichardson.
AU pontons huvlnu claim, uwninst thoCHlato
of Ihe sold 'I'honiiiM ltii-hii-ilion, wlio luivo not
already (Hod wiih me full particulars of the
name ouly vorlflud, togeUior with tha partlou-
Iiith of ROOUritlos. if any. hold by them, nre
required U) do no before lho 1.1 dny of Oolober
noxt.
Notice Ih hereby further given that nfter the
1st dny of October noxt. the luimiiii-t riitur, un
trustee, will proofed to distribute ihe proeoedg
of lho I in .1 , -.inn- iiiniiiut Un- parttOS onlllh-d
I thcrolo, havtng rogsru only  to the elnlliH of
which ho then Iiuh notice, nod Hint lie will not
he llulile for the proeeoilH of Lho IriiHt osl.ito, or
! nuy pari thereof. BO distributed, tunny jiomon
of whoso eliiini ho hud nut nut ice at I ho t inio of
the .11   Mil,nl mn.
Not lee in hereby Klvon I liiil ii mi-el lui; of I ho
credit.irH of Ihe snld ThonuiH nilson will
he held in llio Court H0UBS ul Korl Bloolll,
H.t'��� on Monday. I ho 211 li dny of Bontftmhor,
A. II. IWO, al Iliu hour of ono o'clock lu the
afternoon,
Dated at Fort Slooln, 11. ('.. this llllliduy of
Aunnsl. A.D. IIMI.
.1. Y. AKMSTIIOM1,
(Mil, inl Aillninl-ti-iitor.
..ui change of depot with .-ill trnins for
Chicago, Toronto.Montreal, New Ymk
mnl all points Wcsl nnd South
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a-m
Leaves Spokimn daily lor WeBt at 7:45 p.m
West-bound trnins make direct con!
neotlon for Vlotoiln and Vanoonyer,
Portland, Ban Prsnolsco, ami nil poinU
mi the Bound. ,
Diuiiii,' the season of navigation Bmj
boundtrslnsoonnect ha Duluth with
tberoagnlflccntsleamshlps Ninth Went
nnd North-Land of theNorthero Steamship Company Lino, opeiateil in coii-
ni'ctiou with the Great Northern Ball*
*��>'��� , ,,
For further Informntlou, maps, folders, etc., apply to any went of Spokane
Falls*: Northern lly., Kaslo It Hlooun
By., Kootei ni Kailwny & Navigation
Oo., or to
F. I. WHITNEY.   II. A. JACKSON,
(ieiil. 1'iiBR. & Tkt. Agt-   Oum'cl Agt.
Bt, Paul, Mill       Spokane. Wash
Hugh R. Cameron
Insurance Astcnt and Broker.
Policy Writing OfHoe for the jBtK*
PlllR  INSIHAM K CliMiANY 0�� BABT*
i-.iKii mnl the Connecticut 9vM '��� ���
HuitANcn Company of HawtfobDi
CALL ON  THS
NELSON WINE CO.
und Iry a bottle, a dosen, or a hnri-i-l or
QALGARY BEER iw It in lho boat and
clioHiioHt on the inurkot. AIho try our
WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.
| FRANK A. TAMBLYN. M...���.���.
Tcleiihono 10. Bukor rlt., Nelnon, 11. C.
MONBYS  LOANED
Straight   Mori gage,   at  H  ]>er  ecu
Wanted���Holly Gibson stock.
General Agent for the dimA. Wkst
Life Akhikamic 0o.
WANTBO-
n,ii    lots
���Por Snot Cash-Two cco-
suitablo   for   lisidcucos.
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