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Array Provincial Library     398
ily Edition   No   767
Nelson, British Columbia, Sunday, July  i,  1900.
Tenth Year
IELS0NS CARNIVAL
iorrow Weeks of Preparation Will Culminate in the Greatest Celebration
Nelson Has Ever Known.
���~.
Two Days' Program That Will Not Leave
An Idle Hour For Nelson's
Citizens and Visitors.
Tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock
Nelson's dominion Day celebration
will begin with the Trades Procession,
and for two days the city will take a
holiday to properly celebrate the natal day of the Dominion.
This will not be the Hist time that
the Queen City of the Kootenays has
deemed ll fit to give vent to her patriotic enthusiasm, but the celebration
of tomorrow and Tuesday will eclipse
all former years both in the length
and interest of the programme, and
in the magnitude of the general jollification.
Kor many reasons Canada has cause
to rejoice in this the closing year of
lliineleeiith century, and our home
irince will not lag behind her sis-
Provinces in the general joyful ob-
ancc of the   Dominion's  anniver-
many days preparations have
been underway for a gigantic jubilee
Hod tomorrow and next day they will
crystallize in such a display as will be
'its epoch iu the history of the Kootenays.
Selson may not enjoy the municipal
pride that arises from a sense of long
establishment and large population
that may be the lot of some of the older
. itfte   In   tbe   l*rovince,  but she does
flea a population that al all events
Is. if it does not eclipse those
r cities in the sens,' of exultation
that is the invariable visitor to the
loyal citizen of any country on the
anniversary of his country's birthday.
For what Nelson may luck in corporate age and size of population she
will fully make up for iu the great
enthusiusm that will be given vent to
In the next two days.
The coin in ittees who have been
placed in charge of the various events
on the programme have all finished
r work of preparation and it only
lains now for the people of Nelson
the neighboring cities to turn out
enjoy the celebration that bus
mapped out and prepared for
enjoyment,
unorrow morning when the species begin to gather on the streets
will find that the city has been
isforuied by the decorations that
now being put up, both by tha
icorutivc Committee and the resl-
mts. No pains have been spared to
autify the city and the visitors
lould surely carry away a good im-
���esslon of the appearance that Ncl-
n presents when she is pleased to
ijoy a holiday.
list on the programme of events
iocs tlie Trades Procession-that will
in tomorrow at 11 o'clock. This
r was chosen to allow the citizens.
id the visitors who will arrive on
lie trains tomorrow, to become com-
rtably Bettled at points where they
n view the procession. No one should
Iss the opening event of the ('ideation for it will surely be an inter.
Isting exhibit. The wholesale and
���etail merchants of the city will have
nuts ln line illustrative of their vuri-
iis trades nnd it is also understood
hat several of the labor unions will
uive Moats in the procession that will
 living pictures" of their different
rafts. In addition to these there will
����� many organizations and societies
n the line of formation. Prominent
among these will lie the wholesalers
and their travelling salesmen. There
will probably be three bands In the
.Une of march.
l"ti\e prizes for the lloats, etc., in the
1 Jssion  will be as follows:
I ndustrlal   flontB��� First prize,   87.r>,
"" ond prize, 8.10.
Children, flout���First prize,  815,
Best turn-ont of any Union   or   Ho-
������ety���First prize, value  (901   second
'''��, value fig,
Most original and grotesque turnout���First prize, 815.
For the lliiest appearing team of
horses In the procession, attached to
float or otherwise���First prize, 810;
Second prize, 85.
Prizes for best decorated bicycle in
trades procession, lady's silk sunshudc;
gentleman's silk umbrella.
Boys' Three-Legged Knee���KM)yards,
for boys under Hi; prizes,  81. BOO,
Olrls' Bloyole  Race���SO yards,  for
girls under 10; prizes, BOO) 25C.
Hoys' Running High Jump���For
boys under Hi; prizes, 81, BOO.
dlrls' Bicycle Race���160 yards, for
girls 111; prizes, 81, 50c.
Olrls' Foot ltuci���50 yards, for gills
under 15; prizes, 50c, '.'5c.
Girls' Race���BO yards, for girls under 8; prizes, 50c, 35c,
The committee in charge of the
Trades Procession, composed of the
following gentlemen, F. W. Peters, P.
Chapman, It. .1. Hamilton, T. ,1.
Sims, Will Irvine nnd Hluke Wilson,
hns Issued an announcement of the
order and route of the procession tomorrow morning, which reads us follows:
All lloats, unions, lodges and those
taking part in the trades procession
are requested to meet at the Postoftlce
as the procession will be formed
between that point and the Presbyterian I'liui-ch, and will proceed In
the order below mentioned down
Kootenay Street to linker, thence
along linker to Hull, down Hall to
Vernon, tilong Vernon to Ward, up
Ward to linker, along linker to Josephine, up Josephine to Victoria, along
Victoria to. Ward, down Ward to
I'.aker. west on linker to Kootenay
Street and disperse.
Order of Procession.
Hand.
Fire Brigade.
Kootenay Rifles.
Children's Float.
K. of P.  Lodge.
Other Lodges.
Floats.
Banners.
Baud.
Nelson Commercial Travellers.
Banners.
Nelson Wholesale Shippers.
Floats.
Banners.
Band.
Trades and Labor Uuions.
Floats.
MONDAY AFTERNOON.
1 p.m.���Hub and hub race for a
purse of (100.
2 p.m.���First baseball game In the
Nelsou-ltosslaud scries for the championship of the Kootenays.
It wns originally intended tbat the
baseball games should be a trl-elty
contest, with Spokane included ill the
programme. As it was found at a late
day that an arrangement with Spokane was Impossible, It was decided
that the ball games would be pulled
olT between Nelson and Rossland for
a purse aggregating ISOO, The con
test will be for the championship of
the Kootenays and will be decided as
follows: Best two out of three games.
If either teaui should win both games
here, tomorrow and Tuesday, no third
game will be necessary. If, however,
each team wins a game, then the third
and deciding game will be pluyed at a
time and plaoe to be mutually agreed
upon by the two teams.
RlitiATTA.
The Regatta begins nt 2 p. tn., with
the following programme:
Four-oared race���Local crews, oue
mile. Prizes, pewter mugs to winning crews. First semi-final heat,
2 p. m.
This heat will be between the Hudson Bay Crew, stroked by McLeod, and
the Nelson Ritle Corps Crew, stroked
by Beer.
Single Outriggers���Local entries,
half mile: 2:20 p. m. Prize, cbbc of
pipes, donated by Crow St Morris.
Four-oared Race ���Local crews.
Second semi-final heat, 2:40 p. ni.
This heat to be between a crew
stroked by Winter, the winner in yesterday's preliminary heat, and a crew
stroked by Ford, which drew a bye
yesterday, owing to the fact that the
Proctor crew did not show up for the
preliminary heat.
Ladies' Singles���Quarter mile. 8,110
p. m. Prize, silver soup tureen,
donated by The Miner.
Swimming Race���Seventy-five yards.
3:40p, in. Prise, gentleman's flask.
Four-oared Race��� Local crews.
Finals. To be rowed between the
winners of the above two semi-finals.
Tandem Canoes���Half mile with
turn. 4:30 p. m. Prises, silver cigarette  cases to the winning pair.
Doublo Sculls���Lady coxswains.
One-quarter mile. 4:40 p. in. Prize,
silver cream and sugar set to coxswain
of winning crew.
Triple Canoes���Half-mile with turn.
0:10 p. m. l'rize, silver mulch boxes
to winning crew.
Four-oared Shell���Crews from Vancouver and Winnipeg. Mile and a half
straightaway. 0:80 p.m. Prizes, silver
cups to winning crew.
Barrel Race ��� Seventy-five yards.
11:30 p. m.    l'rize, silver flask.
Monday or Tuesday morning, according to weather conditions, there
ill be a sailing race, the prize to be
a pair of Lemairc Binoculars. The
race will be open to all sailing craft
on Kootenay Lake.
LACROSSE AND FOOTBALL.
4 p. m.���Lacrosse Match for championship of the Kootenays; between
Nelson and Greenwood.
0:30 p. ill.���Association Football
liame for the championship of tlie
Kootenays between Nolson and Kaslo.
The Nelson line-up will bens follows:
Goal, Rev. (Ieorge Monroe; backs,
C. W. Dill, (Capt), A. .1. Fisher;
half-backs, W. J. Montgomery, J.
Barnes, Worth; right-forwards, Vi.
Martin, T. Duncan; centre-forward.
B. Archibald ; left-forwards, McNichol
and Crougb; reserves, L. A. Hodge
and F. W. Lang.
Standing   Three Jumps.  Prizes,   84,
82.
Standing Broad Jump. Prizes. 81,
82.
Running Broad Jump. Prizes 81.
82.
Putting 10-pound Shot. Prizes, 80.
88.
Throwing ISO-pound Weight. Distance, 85.    Height, 85.
io a. m.���Junior Baseball Game���
Nelson and Kaslo.
Io   u.   in.--Drilling   contest.      8100
trophy and $100 to winning team; 850
to second team.
���   i_p. m.���Wet Test for purse of81oo.
2 p. in.���Second Baseball  Game in
Nelson-Rossland series.
0 p. m.��� Football game between Nelson and Silverton ut recreation
grounds.
The Ueneral Committee lias appropriated 850 us a prise for a rifle shooting contest. Captain Forin of the
Rossland Rifles has written to Nelson
that he will be on hand with two
teams of ten men each, and one team
is expected from Kaslo. Thu local
company will also enter two or three
teams,
BICYCLE RACKS.
6:80 p.m.���Bicycle races.
Quarter-mile championship of the
Kootenays. Best two in three. Clip
valued ut 875. donated by the Kootenay Cigar Manufacturing Company;
to be won two years in succession for
ownership.    Open.
Qiiartcr-mile straight, open ; prizes,
810, 85, 82.
Quarter-mile handicap for boys 1.1
and under. Prizes, 81, 8:t, 82.
Quarter-mile baiidlcup for girls I5
and under.    Prizes, 81, 83, 82.
Slow Race���220 yards. Prizes, 85.
83.
CHILDREN'S SPORTS.
Commencing at 2 o'clock, at the corner of Stanley and Sillica streets, on
Monday, there will be the following
events for the children. The amounts
of the prizes are given with each
event:
Boys'   Race���For   boys   under
prizes, 50c, 25c.
QlrlS1   Race���For   girls   under
prizes, 50c, 25c,
Boys' Bicycle. Race���2IM) yards, for
boys  under 1(1; prizes, 82, 81, 500,
Girl's Bicycle Race���KM) yards, for
girls under 10; prizes, 50c, 25c.
Girls' Race���KM) yards, for girls nnder IB; prizes, 81, BOc.
Boys' Sack Rate���50 yards, tot bays
nnder 18; prizes, II, SOc,
12;
12;
Monday night nt II o'clock there will
be   a smoking concert   at   Fraternity
Hall, commencing at u o'olook, for the
entertainment of the visiting oarsmen
and firemen. The programme is now
being arranged and the visitors may
be sure of a pleasant evening. Many
of the prizes will he handed to the
winners at the smoker and a thoroughly Informal gisid time will be had as
no set speeches will be delivered.
TUESDAY.
Caledonian sports.
tl a. in
100 Yards miners' race. Open to
bona fide miners only.    Prizes.  _H. 81.
KM) Yards open.    Prizes, SKI, 85.
990 Yards open,    Prizes, IHO, 85.
440 Yards open.    Prizes, 810, |A,
Half .mile open,    Prizes,   118,17.80,
100-Yard dash. (Open only to clerks
eruployed by Nelson grocers) Prize,
silver cup and stand donated by T. II.
' Jlioivn. tlie Jeweler,
WATER CARNIVAL.
The grand spectacular finale of the
two day's Celebration will begin nt
8.80 o'clock Tuesday night, when the
many boats and canoes on the Lake
will begin to light their colored lanterns. That is the time set by the
Carnival  Committee for the general
Illumination to begin, and light after
light will begin to twinkle upon the
lake and .shore, and as the Committee
commence to Illuminate the large set
pieces they have now in view, and
the lake steamers add their searchlights to the general brilliancy, the
Lake will gradually become a blase
of parti-colored light that will make
a gorgeous spectacle for the beholder.
The climax will arrive when the
m-���m ywnannnlow U��fctllS Lo pl.nn
iii review of the judges' boat,
for then the steamers will throw
colored searchlights upon the encircling mass of gaily-decorated boats,
the "Eiffel Tower" and "Cleopatra's
Needle" will blaze out in the background and a burst of fireworks will
light up the lake and bring into relief
the huge hills thut have for countless
centuries looked down on Kootenay
Luke.
When the last rocket has died out
in the night and the many bright
lights begin to fade away 'twill be
time for rest and the many spectators
will wend their ways homeward, content in having witnessed the most
brilliant of scenes, nnd with a conviction that an epoch has been reached
in the history of the banner city of
the Kootenay Country.
The prizes for the Water Carnival
are as follows:
The prize for the best decorated
launch is a sterling silver berry set,
consisting of a huge bowl and two
other pieces. For the best decorated
sail lhiat there will be given a premo
camera with a complete outfit. There
arc two prizes for decorated row boats,
the lirst being a handsome liquor set
in oak. consisting of three heavy cut
glass decanters in a ruck, a wine
cooler, hooped with silver, and a tray
with silver handles. The second prize
for row lioats is a complete fishing
outfit, split bamboo rod, reel, tapered
line and book of Hies. The owner of
the prettiest canoe will receive n
Winchester magazine ride in a case.
A handsome lump will be given for
the best Instrumental music played on
any bout.
Captain Troup has placed the C. P.
R. houseboat ut the disposal of the
Water Oarnival Committee for   use   lis
a judge's stand during  the  Carnival.
She will be anchored ut the end ofthe
icehouse wharf.
The Water Carnival Committee  bus
udopted u set of rules for the conduct
of the various boats that will take
pnrt in the procession on the night of
the Water Carnival.
The rules adopted are us follows:
First���No bout will be allowed In
the procession with less than four
lights.
Second���All bouts to be provided
with a painter nut less thun ten feet
long.
Third���All boats to have a proper
fastening in stern sheets to tie following bout's painter to.
Fourth���Knch boat and canoe to be
provided with a suitable dipper for
use as bailer In ease of accident
through taking in water or in tlie
event of lire from lanterns.
Fifth���No sails lo be hoisted on sailboats,
Sixth���No firecrackers or bombs allowed on the water,
Seventh���All boats to be lit up by
d:30 p. in.
Eighth���All competitors arc required in the Interest of uniformity
and safety to observe the directions
given from the patrol boat.
.1.   W.  TROUP,
Chairman Water Carnival Coin.
PRELIMINARY   HEATS.
First Heat of Local Fours Rowed ln a
Squall.
The first heat of the local four-
oared race was rowed yesterday afternoon under the most unfavorable conditions us to weather.
The race was to have started at 3:30
o'clock, but owing to a slight delay
was not started until about 4   o'clock.
At 3:45 the crews left the boat
house and rowed up the lake to where
the Vedette, the Referee's boat,
was at anchor. On the Vedette were
A. H. Buchanan and Starter II. II.
Playford. The two crews were as
follows: No. 1���Winter, stroke; Hick-
ling 3, Bevan 2. Curtis, bow. No. 2���
llyslop, stroke; Clarke, 3; Percy, 2;
Fairwell, bow.
They were sent off by Mr. Playford
with a good even start and jumped
out with a good quick stroke, Winter's
crew being slightly tn the lead at the
quarter mile. They maintained their
lead all the way up the course and
finished a good live lengths in front of
Hyslop's crew.
The finish was made under the most
trying circumstances for the heavy
squall which came up at the time
caught the boats just us they were
about an eighth of a mile from the
line. The wind wus blowing a gale
und kicked up a heavy sea that
threatened to swamp both bouts. When
the squall hit them, the boats seemed
almost to stop, So heavy was the wind
and swell. But nothing daunted.they
bent to their ours and pulled across
the line slowly but sturdily. Both
crews finished in good condition and
outside of a chill suffered no ill effects
from the heavy blow.
Near the finish Hyslop's crew commenced to look dangerous, for they
were slightly closing up the gap between the two boats. Just ns the
squall hit them tbey were moving up
and threatened to make it a close finish.. When they got into the swell,
however, they went to pieces, lost
stroke and were hopelessly out of it.
Winters' crew kepi steadily on and
crossed the line an easy winner.
The boat for the judge at the finish.
T. G. l*rocter, was made fast to the
end of the City Wharf, and caught
the full force of the wind and ruin,
but Mr. Procter stuck it out until
uftcr the crews hud passed and he had
fired the finish gun. Messrs. Matthews, Perks and a Miller man, who
were out with him, also got a good
ducking.
The crew from Balfour did not appear for their heat so Mr. Ford's
crew did not row but got a bye until
Monday.
The squall which came up during
the race was one of the worst that
has occurred this season and for awhile
it looked as if there would he sonic
had upsets. Many canoes were out
und were driven before the wind up
the hike, und many other boats were
badly knocked about, but everyone
succeeded In landing safely. The Vancouver crew were on! in the worst of
it but made a neat landing iu the lee
of the boathousc.
SCHOOL BOARD.
At the annual school meeting which
was held at the Central School yesterday forenoon, T. W. Swannell was
elected trustee, Dr. Hall being the
retiring trustee. A resolution was
passed strongly urging the Provincial
Qovernment to give the City of Nelson
control over her schools as soon as
possible. The resolution also asked
for block 40 on which a High School
might be erected and also for 812, WO
to he used for the purpose of creeling
school buildings.   Another resolution
wus passed requesting the local Government Agent Mr. Turner lo allow
the prisoners nt the Provincial jail   to
work this summer upon the   school
grounds, so as to put them iu a proper condition. There were about 80
ratepayers present at the meeting and
Mr.    Swannell    presided,    while   the
principal, Mr. Soady, acted as secretary, During the meeting Dr. Arthur
gave a short address oil the general
condition anil progress of the school
work during the  past year, in   which
he congratulated the principal on the
manner in which he had conducted
the school and on his success with tbe
entrance class,
fl DISASTROUS FIRE.
North German Lloyd Piers Destroyed at
New York and Four Steamships
Burned to Water's Edge.
Great Loss of Life Expected as There Was
No Chance for the Crews and
Passengers to Escape.
(BY ASSOCIATRI) PRDSS.)
New York, June 30.���The four great
piers of the North German Lloyd Line
in Iloboken were destroyed by fire
tonight. The large passenger steamer
Sivale, the large freight and passenger
steamer Bremen of the North German
Lloyd Line were burned to the waters
edge.
The Hamburg-American Line Phoenicia, the passenger steamer, was also
burned. The Campella storage warehouses on the opposite side of the
street, five buildings, and each five
stories high, arc blazing now with
intense fury and are doomed. Tin-
loss will be 910,000,000 at least.
The Kaiser Wilhelin, just arrived
today, was badly scorched at the bow.
The loss of life cnnnoL be giveu ,\ei.
Shortly after Ihe fire started a score
of men were picked upon the river.
When the Bremen, Phoenicia and Saale
were in the stream men were seen id
the portholes waving their hands for
assistance, but none was rendered
them us the heat was so great that no
vessel could reach them to assist them.
When the lire had gotten under such
great headway that it was seen the
Hamburg-American Line pier hud to
go, it was blown up   with   dynamite.
From what can be learned tonight
the flames Started among a large pile
of cotton bales on pier 2 of the North
German Lloyd Steamship Company's
dock andspread wilh such remarkable
rapidity that in 10 minutes the entire
property, taking in a third of a mile
of water front and consisting of three
great piers, was destroyed or in
flames. The flames stalled so .suddenly that the people on the piers and on
the nunicroiiH vessels docked, were unable to reach the street.
There were great gangs of workmen
on the piers and these with a number
of people who were on the docks on
business and visiting the ships scat-
tered in all directions. As the means
of exit were cut off by the Humes Ihey
were forced to jump overboard und it
is believed a great many people were
drowned.
The Bremen, a twin-serew passenger and freight steamer of 10,1128 Ions
and the   Main, a   twin-screw   freight
and passenger steamer of n.r.no tons,
caught lire and burned to the water's
edge. The Kaiser Wilhclm dcr Crosse,
which had just collie ill. was the only
one of the four vessels at the dock
thai escaped. The loss of the crews of
these vessels is said to reach one hundred.
The lire was first discovered by the
watchman on the pier at I o'clock.
He saw a small stream of Hume shoot
from a bale of cotton on Pier No. 2,
ut   which    was   docked   the   steamer
Suale. lie Immediately scut in the
alarm.
(In the buildings great  loss   will be
sustained. The steamer Zaal and
Bremen   after being pulled  free fnnn
the   docks   were   towed   ablaze to the
bay and beached off Liberty Island.
I On the Bremen, us she biased oui
Iin midstream, six men could be seen
I with tbeir heads out of the port holes
waving their hands as signals for assist mice.
Tug boats and small boats darted
around Ih,. big sliijisi making every
effort to save the iiu;u.hii.t the terrible
heat from the flames, kept them away,
The Saving of the great Kaiser Wilhclm der Grouse was attended with exciting incidents.
It seemed   ns if they would never he
able to get her clear   and the  fi,-,. mls
spreading so quickly   tbat it threaten-,
ed ut aliiiiisi any niiiineut to break. out,;
on the   big ship.    The   great  haivscvs,
in the confusion,could not be handled. .
well and axes  were brought   into use
to chop them, releasing the vessel.
She was towed out in ui|da|rcam
and then far up the river. _\ag bows
were binned slightly. Pi,,, i-l^y.
after the fire broke out a woman
jumped from one of the ships in ;,
vain effort to reach Ihe water. The
flames drove her from ti���. ship ami
she plunged heedlessly iii.thu direction
iu which itsccined thai sufelyjay. Shu
leaped into a burning lighter alongside of the ship and when an ollicer
on board the ship; who still stood by
the doomed vessel, saw- her he Jilunged
down after her hoping to drag her
out of the burning lighter into the
water.
lie followed her within a couple of
seconds and both wcnl d.nwi together
ill the Barnes in the lighter nnd per,
ished.
The destruction of the dock was a
heavy loss to the steamship company
us it has only just been finished. All
the hospitals iu [lopoken and this
city are crowded witli victims of   tlie
lire.    There arc scores of    n burned
so badly that but little hope Is entertained for their recovery.
The Hudson Street Hospital has every patient that il can possibly take
care of. as has also Bellevue Hospital,
SI. Vincent's Hospital ami many of
the hospitals further up town. There
were over ,.'iiii lakeii lo Ihe hospitals
up lo lo o'clock and were still coming
ill by the score,     All kind of   vehicles
were brought into requisition as ambulances, Saloons, stores and many
oilier buildings along Ihe river front
were turned into hospitals,
TIIL HUME SCHOOL.
V
The Hume school closed  mi  Friday
with the usual exercises, a Dumber
of visitors being present The promotions were as follows: Promote!]
from first primer to second primes,
Heat rice Bbbs, Kva Marquis, Leone
Engol, Edith Qllchrlst, Florence
Young, Cecil Clayton. Reggie lllaney,
Bruce   (lilchrist,     Harold    ('aim-roil.
Ernest   Bartlctt.      Promoted    from
seoond primer to  first reader,    Willie
MoCerdla,   Promoted from first,render
lo second render. Arnold lllaney.
Promoted from second   reader to third
reader, Arthur Batehelor, Charlotte
Clayton, Percy Qllchrlst, Beatrice
Qllchrlst,   Wilbur   Bast,      Promoted
from third reader In linnlli reader,
Wilfrid Ebbs, .lames I reamer.    Honor
roll: Deportment, Arthur Batehelor|
punctuality    and     regularity,      Cecil
Clayton; profloienoyt Laura Bast,
The   Hume school opened  the term
With twenty-five   pupils   und  now has
an enrollment of sixty-two. NELSON  DAILY MINER, SUNDAY,   JULY i,  loqo
Nelson Daily Miner
YU '
V
D. J.  BEATON,  Editor and   Manager
time mind the business of innumerable others, we see the makings of a
very pretty row which should last
quite through the dog days.
TO  THE PUBLIC.
PISTOL   POLITICS.
A gentlemen   of such   lamblike disposition as the bon.  member for Melon     will     riot     harbor     resentment
against the atroelons   multitude  who
believe that he is a sorely disappoint
ed person, in not getting a   portfolio.
There is   A Strong  and   very   general
suspicion   that   he   went   off   to   the
Coast to press bis claims to a posit ion
In tlie Cabinet thut.   wns   about  to be
formed.    Mr.  Dunsmuir   did   not  see
things in the Same light, unfortunately,   and  Mr.   Houston   had   to  come
home without his Ministerial toy.
We   can   all     sympathize    with    the
gentleman in his-disappointment, and
admire the   fortitude   with which be
bears up againBt it.      But there   is  a
bitterness  behind,   however   adroitly
he may   endeavor  to conceal  It.    We
See evidence of tills in Tlie Tribune of
yesterday.       Some   Yale   newspapers
1 profeSB to believe that   their  district
was improperly overlooked in the formation   of   the   Cabinet,    and    Tlie
Tribune   rushes   forward   to   declare
that it is not the newspapers So much
as the members,   Mr.  ElliBon and Mr.
Fulton, who feel the Slight.      It is in
this way The Tribune puts In a  word
for Mr.   Houston.    It was  an aboniin-
'  able outrage, of course, that the large
and Important district of Yale should
be reckoned as nothing when the coin-
position of the Government was under
consideration.    But, bless us,   if that
can be said of   Yale, what are   we   to
think of the extremely shabby manner
In which  the   great  Kootenays   have
been treated ? To think that only the
far northeast corner should have been
remembered    when   those    portfolios
were being distributed   Is  enough to
drive the sanest men   to  distraction.
Another portion of it, at least, should
have been recognized, and as the lion,
gentleman   pulls   up   his   collar  and
cocks his hat at  a slightly  increased
angle, of course everyone will see that
the favored portion   Bhould have been
Nelson.
And as the bitterness of the reflection t_ again felt, The Tribune becomes angry and threatening. "The
three members from the great district
��8Mf_le," it says, "like the fourmem-
b_r* from the great district of West
Kootenay, must have patience. Seven
members-, if they vote as a unit, can
get pretty near what they want.''
Here is the political highwayman
Without a mark. We' presume it is
Mr1. Houston's conception of the new
duties SO surprisingly committed to
hitl charge. He says to six of his col
leagues in the House that they must
band themselves together and call on
the-'Government to stand and deliver.
To the Province It Is a matter of indifference that Mr. Honston was overlooked When the Cabinet was being
put together, because the affairs of
the Province have been in no Way prejudiced by It; but as Mr. Houston went
into politics, not for tlie benefit of
the Province, but of himself, he must
have What Ire wants or so much the
worse for the Province, bet ns hope
that hie forthcoming residence at the
Capital Will end In bringing clearly
to hi* mind the fact that in honest
politics men do not consider it correct
in Itself or necessary to the public interest to make highwaymen of themselves.
Four days ago it was said in the despatches Admiral Seymour heliograph-
ed that his position was desperate nnd
that he could not holdout longer than
two days, Yesterday we had the intelligence that when the relieving
forces got up to liini they found him
quite at case and in a position to hold
out as long lis he liked. It is to be
hoped that this wretched Chinese affair is not to be aggravated by displays  of   those    alert    Imaginations
which so ninny C0rrespondont8 regard
as necessarv to their trade.
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Qelebrale
We are now booking orders for
Chinese Lanterns
Colored Fires
Flags, Etc
And if you wish to   avoid disappointment give us your order
NOW
CANADA DRUa &
BOOK CO.
In order to better advance the commercial interests of Nelson, nnd
at the same time give the reading public a better newsservice, the
owners of The Tribune and The Miller have arranged that the ft
shall take the morning field and the latter the evening Held, exclusively. The Tribune will he published every morning as at present,
that is, every morning except Sunday; and The Miner every evening
except Sunday. This will enable Nelson to supply all the country tributary with the latest uews. The Miner will reach points on Kootenay Lake within four hours after it is published; Boundary points
within six hours, and points on the Crow's Nest vond and on the Co-
lunibia River within ten hours. The Tribune will reach nil points in
the Slocan, Nelson and Boundary districts upon the same day as published.
This arrangement will go into ell'eet oil Wednesday, July I.
THE T1UHUNH ASS'N,  LTD.,
By John Houston. Manager.
MINER   l'KINTINli AND I'll!. CO.,
By I). .1. Beaton, Manager,
Great West
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 PerCent.
Oi Iiinnl Property.
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
The Hall nines  Limited,
( IN  LIQUIDATION.)
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Gamble &  O'Reilly,
��� i REAL  ESTATE   ������.i   INSURANCE   AdKNTS
Baker Street.
Decorate
HAMMOCKS
PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 6o.
Nelson,   B. C.
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NELSON OPERA I0OSE
ONE SOLID WEEK
COMriENCINa
Monday. July 2nd,
Clara Mathes'
Big Comedy
Company
In a repertoire of New York
Successes and High Class
Vaudeville, with special scenery and accessories.
Monday Evening will he
presented the New. Comedy
Drama
BROWN'S
IN   TOWN
FOR   SALE
Two lots and  house, S rooms, hath '
room anil kitchen, all modeln Improve-!
meets, (rood  view,   handy  to  town,'
���;.\:.n\: terms. .
FOR   RENT
New   cottage,  Mill   Street, $26  per Friday
month,
New OOttflge, Stanley Streot, $110 per
month.   Alt nitidern conveniences.
Two new cottugts, tiore Street, $15
each.   Apply
To Share WurruulH Holders:
Special resolution! fur liquidation
and reconstruction were passed at an
Kxtruordinary (leneral Meeting held
cm the 12th Or April last, and continued at a further meet in); on the 30th
idem, and in conformity therewith a
new Company lias hoen registered
under the name ol the Hull Miuing Ss
Smelting Company ([limited) having
a capital of ��338,000 In Ordinary
shares of _i eaoh.
As Liquidator of the old Company
I give notice that the Agreemont for
the   transfer Of   the assets uf   the old
Company lo the new company, whioh
was submitted to ami approved by tha
said   Extraordinary Genera] Meeting,
has now lhrn executed and is dated
the Sth of .lune 1900. Holders of
Ordinary shares in the old Company
are entitled to claim at* of right an
allotment of  un  equal    number  of
Ordinary shares of ��l each in the new
Company with ID shillings per share
credited as having lieen paid up
thereon. Forms of claims for signature can he ohtaincd at the offices of
the Hall Mines Limited, Nelson,
liritish Columbia, and iu order to he
effective the same must he forwarded
flo as to reach the otlice of the new
Company! No. 1 Lcadcuhull street.
London, England, not later than
:J7th July, 1900.
A. E. ASHLEY,
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
sflCO R POMNlfcS HT*
Gamble & OReilly, Agents
We  are now doing  business in
OUR NEW STAND
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
Next to Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see all our
OLD customers and many NEW ones.
Give us a call.
KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
Telephone 10. p o Box, K and W   5
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ALEX. STEWART,
Room  3,  Turner-Boeokh  Blook, Nelson-
Notary   Public,    Real    Estate,    Insurance,
Mine*. Loam.
$1B per month will rent an 8-roomed
house.
FOR   SALE   CHEAP.
I  850���House aud  lot, Stanley Street.
850���House ami lot, Robson Street.
2,100���House and lot, Victoria Street,
Block 1)2.
1,800���House and lot, Silica Street.
8,000-Two houses end lots, Silica St.
1 000���House nnd lot, Silica Street.
2,000���Furnished   house, and   lot  on
Silica Street, Block 14. Hents
810 per in..nth.
225���$50 cash, rest on time, will purchase lot in Hloek 70.
A licensed hotel, also cottage and lot, at
Five Mile Foiut.
4,000 Shares Treasury S'ook "Big Horn"
Simooe Mining & Dev. < \>.
Athabasca shines for sale.
They deal with some Very large
questions out In Victoria. There are
children there, as In mod cities,
and they hare schools. They have
also calisthenic classes, and to these
the other day Mr. Clive PhUttpt-
VYttHey gaVe prizes. Among those
who attended the exercises was
the editor of The Colonist, and next
day, marvellous to relate, that puper
appeared without a rejiort of the pro.
ceedivg*. Br. Cllve Hhillrps-Wnrlcy
resented this, in the interest of the
children, so he declared in a letter
to The Times, although at this distance M looks rather as If the disappointment Waa more on account of
tnOBe prizes, of which no mention
was made. Tlie Colonist defends
Itself, and incidentally requests Mr.
Olive l'hllllps-Worley to mind his
own business, Al the gentleman ran
not  only do title,   bnt at  the same |
spe.
Change   of play and
cialties nightly.
Popular Prices.
Reserved    Seats  at   usual
place.
DRINK
THE   BEST
BEER
Anheuser=
Busch
SL Loli is
Lager
Tu he had wholesale id Nelson,
R- P. Rilhel <&
Co.j
SPECIALS
For Warm Weather.
Screen Doors,   $2.00 each
Window Screens, 35c each
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M'LACHLAN   BROS.
SUCCESSORS   TO
Vancouver  Hardware Co.
Baker Street,  Nelson.
Limited
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We Have Sold 75 Per Cent of All the $fc
I
Portland Cement #
Fire Brick, Fire Clay I��
Used in tbe Kootenay " tjjjj?
Just Received���Oarload
Dominion  Ale  and   Porter (p
(in pints and quarts)
Dominion  White   Label  Ai.e
(pints and quarts)
'I his is Ihe finest Ale hrewed in Canada.
Dominion   Bim.k   Ai.e
tin  Ill-gallon  licfrs)
Teacher's Scotch  Whisky
is still the best
H. J. EVANS & CO.
NELSON, II. 0.
H. & M. BIRD
AGENTS  for
Eureka  Mineral Wool
and Asbestos Co.
Real Estate, Fire Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOR SALE.
A three-story eight roomed house on
Park Street, close to linker Street;
the lower story of atone. The house
is well built and has all modem conveniences, Including piping for ft fur
naco.   l'ricn 12,500
Lot 18, Blook 12, Viotorin St , {660,
Lot 4, Hloek 4 (60 feet), Vernon St.,
easy terms, .$1,000.
FOK KENT.
Honso on Carhonnte Street, 3 blocks
from tbe post ollice containing Dining
Room, Drawing Room, Kitohen,
Pantry,Large Basement. II Red Rooms,
Dressing Room and Bath Room. Hent-
ed throughout with coal fnrunco. Possession July Dth.   Rent $.'H> per month.
FOR    SALE.
St. LeonMineral Springs
Property.
The property ou Upper Arrow Lake
known as tbe St, Leon Mineral Springs
property consisting of shunt 475 aores
of laud with hotel buildings aud vain-
idile Miiieinl Springs, and a large find
of standing Iiuilicr. Jnuiy be purchased
ou reasonable terms. Absolute title
and possession can be given at once.
EnII particulars will be mailed on ap.
plication to
GEO. S. MoOARTEB.
Vendor's Solicitor, Revelstoke.
DOMINION    DAY
���AT THE���
CLUB HOTEL
Big Schooner
Beer or Hnlf-and-Half only
10c
ALWAYS FRESH AND COOL.
The only good Beer iu Nelson.
Cor. Stanley and Silica SlrooU.
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.
GEO. GU.UD
Room 1, Turner llncckh Blook.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING AGENT
HOUSES FOB SALE.
14-rooro honse, all conveniences, 2
lots down town.    A bargain.
Houses all parts of ths city.
Baker Stieet improved property.
Income 15 per oent not.
BUILDING LOTS  FOR SALE,
75-foet best residenoo ooruer  In tbe
oity.   A snap.
A good list of building lots to select
from.
Carpets
Wiltons
Axminsters
Brussels
Tapestries
Take    your    choice;     select j
your  pattern;    show  us ittl
floor;     you   have   no   m.(
worry.
Prices   and    quality   always
satisfactory.     We   sew and!
lay all carpels free of charge
Certificate of Improvements.
Notioe���Venango and Slienaugo mineral olaim, situate iu the Nelsou Mining Division of West Kootenay District. Where located���On west side of
Eagle Creek, about 2,1)00 feet southwest of the Poorman quarts!  mill,
Take notice tbat I, Chas. Moore of
Kaslo, B. O., noting as agent for Thos.
K. Prenoh, V. M. C. No. 11,!S05 Band
Isaac Erickson,, free Miner's Certificate No. 11,304 B, intend, sixty days
from the date thereof, to opply to the
Mining Becorder for a Oertifioate of
Improvement for the purpose of obtaining a Orown Oiant of tbe above
olaim.
Aud further take notice that action
under seotion .17, most be commenced
before the issuauos of snob Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 36th day of April, lilllO.
  CHAS. MOORE, P. h   S.
Notice is hereby giveo that an extraordinary meeting oi the shareholders of the Cascade Wiiter Power Ss
Light Company, Limited, will be held
at the offices of the London & British
Colombia GoldrieUls, Limited, Baker
Street, City of Nelson, British
Columbia, on Wednesday the 5th dny
of July at 8 o'clock in  the  afternoon.
The business to be eutered npon nt
the said meeting is as follows:
(a) For the purpose of considering
tbe giving of a further mortgage of
��2,800, to lie charged npon all the
assets and property, both real and personal of tho company of whatsoever
nature or kind and upon nil the income and also upon the undertaking
of the Company generally, and if decided npon, to aotborizo tho execution
of the said moitgage to secure the sun I
sum of ��2,!10o, with interest at fi por
cent.
(b) To consider and accept, should
it be sn decided, tho resignations of
tbe directors of tho oompany.
(c) And, in tbe event of (he acceptance of snoh resignations, to elect
directors in the place of such retiring
Dated at Nelson, B. C.this lllth day
of June, 1IKM).
H. ALERS HANKEY.
Secretary.
We carry a good assortment
of Opaques, and can lil'r
orders for any size blinds,
and will he glad to quoit
prices for special sizes.
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Two    first-class    HOTEL
SITES  near proposed
new railway station.
Business and Residential Lots
in all parts of the original Townsite.
Lit
A. B.GRAY, linker st
Kootenay Agent.
Nel:
A -*L4H>*4t_t ttvu, 4C-%_0 W��ujy
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Kine Lager
Beer and Pinter.
DROP IN AND SEE US.
Nelioe, I). C.
MEN WANTED.
Wanted.���2000 rock men nnd general
hnnds for work on White Pass and
Ynkon Railway. Wages ��:i.iin par day.
Board <t| per day. Work every day.
Pay monthly in onsh. Fare from Vancouver 12(1 with 8fi rebate after working 80 days. Apply to M. J, Heney,
nnntraotor, 80 Inns of Court or A. O.
Bow, 43S Cordova Street, Vancouver
or on tbe work.
FRANK FLETCHER, P-L-S-
Land Acknt.
Next Bank of Montreal.
LIME
The Nelson Coke &
Gas Company is
now prepared to supply the best LIME
in the country at
50c per Cwt,
Special rates on carload lots.    Apply
' olf
Baker Street.
If You Smoke 2
Smoke  ihe
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle.
UNION MADE.
A R. SHERWOOD
General Agent for Southern B, C.
for the
Birbeck Investment,
Security & Savings
Co., of Toronto. , .
Money Loaned on Straight Mortgage,
Ileal BSatllte and Insurance.
8T. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
NKI.SON  B.C.
A IIonrilliiB ami Hay Bchool eoniliintoil by
tho Winters of Ht. Joseph of Pence. It ts situ-
i.l <-��� I nt the corner of Mill and Josephine streets
iltonuufl.hu host residential portions of Nul-
huh. mill Is easily acecsslhio from all parts
of I no city.
Tlipponrso of study lnoludos tho fundamental and hliihur hmnolios of a tliorotix-h I'.nrii .h
education. Baunpu poune-_9ookkeepliiB
.Stenography nnd Typewriting. Hclwioo ootirtc
���Music, Vocal and Instrumental: Drawing,
eto.���Plain anil Art Noodlowork; Culiuthonl���.
etc. '
For termi no > particulars apply
Superior,
NULSON, B, 0,
THE PAVILION
At 5-Mile Point
The boat Summer Hotel on Kootenay
Lake.    Always cool and shady,  with
beautiful main and ipleudld ��ce_ery-
One ol the best spots for fishing on the \
hike.   Plrat-olaas tnhle and bar.   Best
of ill ten (ion.
II. V. PKRHY, Manager,
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will bo reoeivod by the. "U_.
derBignetl np to the loth of Jnly- next
fur the linking of a shaft on the - Maud
S. mineral claim on the North Fouk of
the Salmon Blver, Plans and niieol-
flciitinns will ho mailod ou application
to the undersigned.
C. (i. HOBSON, Secretary
New North Pork Mining Co.. k'd.
P. O. Box 886,
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Itctori NELSON    DAILY MINER, SUNDAY, JULY   i,  1900
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LOCAL AflD   PERSONAL
Miss K. Parson will leave this morning for Chicago liy way of RevelHtoke.
~8. F. I'arrish, lnanager of the li. G.
Mine, left Nelson last night, via the
Crow's Nest, on a business trip to
Montreal.
��� Members of the Uniform Ituuk K, I*,
awe re<iuesteil to meet at the hull at
9:30 tomorrow morning to prepare for
the parade at 11 o'clock*.
^(s.As there will be city holidays tomorrow ami Tuesday the Postofflce
will he "lien only during the time between III anil 11 o'clock in the fore-
H$Ons.
Domlnioii Line steitiucr Vancouver
passed Magdalene Lighthouse Friday
evening. She wan due al, Quebec yesterday afternoon ami Montreal til's
morning.
' Wednesday, July Ith. there will be a
"midsummer night" dance at the
Lake l'ark pavilion. The admission
for gentlemen will be "ill cents. Ladies
Will he admitted free.
A contract to build a residence on
Mill Street for Thomas Hi land was
let yesterday to John llcpthuru. Tlie
house will be two stories high with
10-rooms, costing (M.snii.
,t*Fhe commercial travelers who will
take part in the Trades Procession
tomorrow are requested to call Monday morning at 11 o'clock at Irvine
GoMpany's for their dusters, and at
J. A. tiilker's for their hats.
Miss Lillian May .lainieson and
George Alexander Brown were united
ik'ttarriage by Kev. William Miniroe.
at 9:;io o'clock last evening at the
residence of John llrant. Water Street.
Johu (ivlespic acted as best mail while
Mlw Laura Kown  assisted   the bride.
Mr. J. 0. T. Crofts returned to Nelson yesterday from Rossland, where
he has been inspecting the boilers of
the War Eagle and Center Star mining'companies ou behalf of the Hartford Boiler Inspection and Insurance
Co.
Phair: II. S. Collins and wife,
Spokane; E. F. Hums. Spokane;
Arthur Build, Kossland; M. A. Clarke,
lo: C. A. Sandiford, London;
Jaraphell McArthur. Colombia:
Plowman. Kossland; Howard
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Taylor,
Denver,
nnniencing today the 0. I'. K. rates
from Kootenay points to Pacific Coast
points are reduced. The rate from
Nelson to Vancouver and Seattle will
WW be 81II. SO. From Nelson to Port-
hind S'.'U.UO. The rates heretofore to
i these points were 8'.".'.till and S'.'il.TD
"refiicctivcly.
, __s Chinaman was badly assaulted
late Friday night at the Postotliee by
Bunknown person. This makes the
ind time in which Chinamen of
oity have lieen molested, and if
ih a thing occurs again the oiiender
'offenders, if apprehended, will be
rerely dealt with hy the police olli-
ils.
All wholesale Bhippcrs who have not
arranged for banner-bearers, for
Trades Procession, must have two
banner-bearers each at the Postotliee.
the place of formation, on Monday
morning at 111 o'clock. The banner-
bsa.'crs who have already been en-
gtkgi'd are untitled to appear there at
tbat time.
C. A. Sandiford, a son of Mr. Vi. II.
Sandiford, manager of the Bosun
Mine at New Denver, arrived In Nelson last evening from the Kipanji
Silver mines, whieli are ill Serviil. lie
Sneceeded his father as manager of
the mine in Servia, when lie was is
years old. The N'. \V. N. Syndicate
Is about to extend its operations in
tbe Slocan district and it is probable
that'he will remain and   assist in the
lliiinlioldl,, Barney, Leddla 10., ���ule,
Columbia", I'ahmse, Lousla, George
Meister.
11 nmi'; S. D. f-tewart, Montreal;
.1. II. Callier; Erie, tint.; I). II. Nel-
lis, W. I). Harding, W'oodbcrry Creek;
L. tlodholt, Toronto; .1. II. Class,
London; F. N. Vangant, Toronto;
Wm. Johnson, Vernon; James T.
tlnl.es. Nelson; James B. O'Neill, 11.B.
Johnston, New Denver; Grant 'J'ho-
burn, Silverton; 1). S. Johnston, Vancouver; David J. Dyson, Winnipeg; 1).
J. Weir. Miss Begley, New Denver;
0. Kingwood, Sandon; Peter Lind-
qttist,  New Denver.
STORY OF A SLAVE.
To be hound hand and foot for years
by the ohiinis of disease is the worst
form of slavery. George D. Williams
of Manchester, Midi., tells how snoh a
slave was made free. He says: "My
wile has has been so liiilplocs ior five
years that she could not tnrn over in
lied alone. After nsing two bottles of
Eleotrio Kitteis, she is wonderfully
improved and able to do her own
work." This snprome remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervous-
news, sleupleesnoss, melanoholy, headache, backache, fainting and dizzy
spells. This miracle working medicine
is a godsend to weak, sickly, rundown
people. Every  bnttie    guaranteed.
Only HO oents.    Sold by   Canada   Drug
& Book Store.
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I In Memoriamf
Of Happy DayB at Nelson-
Take a Souvenir Homo With You.
SPOONS,  PAPER CUTTERS,
GRAVEY   LADLES.    BERRY    SPOONS,
UUTTON  HOOKS,   PHOTO FRAMES,
SEALS,   BELT BUCKLES,  Etc.
In Souvonir Styles.
T. H. Brown,
Jeweler
170 BAKKIt STREET, NELSON,
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From the end of the street car line
a free bus will run to Roberts' Ranch,
Florence Park Hotel today.
Spring chicken and all the delioanios
of the soason served to yon when yon
visit Florenoe Park Hotel at Roberts'
Ranch, two and a half miles np the
river.    W. M. Roberts, propiietor.
From the end of the street car line
a free bus will run to Roberts' Ranch,
Florence Park Hotel today.
"BLUE RIBBON TEA IS DELI0I0US."
Tired
eyes
cause
sickness
Because the eyes tire easily,
some folks say they are not well.
In most such cases there is eyestrain.
Neglected eyestrain is sure to
produce sickness.
Be wise.
Have your eyes examined.
Know their exact condition from
an expert.
Consultation free.
Patenaude Bros.
Watchmakers, Jewelers anil Opticians,
NELSON    B. O.
Atlantic S. S. Lines
From Mont rail
Allan Lino Tuniniiin JunoW
All.ni  Lino Nuiiiiili.in July 7
Dominion   Line  Vancouver  .July 7
Boa vor line i.it-M.uiU     June 29
From New York
White Siar Line Majestic  July.
( nil,ml Line Lucania Juno 30
Anchor Lino City of Home Juno 30
North German Lloyd Kaiser Wilholm dor
QrQ-M July 3
Allan State Line Slate of Nebraska ���June 30
From Ronton, Mosk
Cunard Line Ivornia June 30
PftMagOfl arranged to and from all Kuropean
points.   For rat oh, tlcko.H and full Informnlinn
apply to <\ P, U. depot, ntfont  or \\\ F. Anderson, City PaWSOgpr Agent, Nelson. II. C,
W. P. F. CUMMINUS,
General Agent, (mm;. Ofllco., Winnipeg.
CHARLES ST. BARBE,
Stock: ail snare Broter.
GENERAL AGENT.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service.
Departure   and    Arrival   Time   of
Trains  and  Steamers.
Depart from                             Arrive  nt
Nelsou                                   Nolson
Steamer    arrivos   at  Nolson
from the oast, Crow's Nest
branch     and   intermediate
points 2.8ii
7.1(1 Train leaves Nelson for Boss-
land and intermediate
points, and via Rohson fur
north, Revelstoke,the main
line nnd Pacific ooast points.
7.30 Train leuves Nelson for Snn-
dou and intermediate points
and via Slooan Lake route
for north, Revelstoke, the
main line and Pucitio oonst
points.
Trnin arrives nt Nelson from
Rosslnnd  and interuiediate
points 10.85
Steamer arrives at Nelson
from Kaslo and intermediate points II
113.80 Trains    leaves    Nelson   for
Rossland,   Greenwood
intermediate points.
1(1.00 Stonmer leaves Nelson
Knslo nnd wny points.
Trnin arrives nt Nelson from
Rossland nud Greenwood
and interruedinte poiuts,
and from Revelstoke, the
main line, nud Pacific coast
points 18.45
Train anives in Nelsou from
Sandon and intermodiato
points.and from Revelstoke,
the main line and the Pacific coast points ��� 111.80
33.80 Steamer   lenves  Nelson   for
__     Crows Nest  branch und all
points east.
00
and
for
W. F. ANDERSON,
Trav. Pass. AKonb
Nelwrn
K. J. COYJ.E,
A (1. P. Agent,
VnTirri'V-
HOTEL  ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
Nelson's-Newest Hostelry. Complete in every respect,
It has just been opened and the
public is invited to visit it,
RATES
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day $1.00.
J. V. CTLATJGfiLIN, Prop-
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Our store is tlie most central in Nelson.    Onr stock of
Dry Goods and Millinery
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Visitors are invited to make our store their headquarters.
Should you be wanting" anything in DRY GOODS or
MILLINERY you will be served with the best possible
attention. Store will be opened each morning of the
great celebration.
Tailor-Made Suits, Dress Goods, Silks, Ready-Made Silk
Waists, Blouses and Millinery at reduced prices.
KERR & CO.
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Are-Your Feet Right?
Are they dressed in the latest
style ? If not, call and see our
stylish footwear at popular
prices.
Our  Ladies'  Patent Leather ��j_
Shoes are just right. JjL*^
t^rViWWf^t
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The Sliooists
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LILLIE BROS.
Turner Beeton& Co.
NELSON-
VICTORIA VANCOUVER LONDON. Eng
WHOLESALE   MERCHANTS.
LIQUORS,   DRY   GOODS,   ORE   BAGS.
CAR OF PABST BEER
Just arrived from Milwaukee
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sigement ��f the new props
Harold IlutUirsley MIIIh. the two-
(r-old son of Mr. niul MrB. T. A.
Ih, of Silica   Street, illeil   at   their
e nt 10 o'clock Krldnv evening.  A
dnvH   before   Iiih     dtiilli   Harold
bnrlly (ratting   bin ton^iie.   from
enVotB of the wound KuHtaineil   at
time he died on Friday.    The fun-
will tnlie plaoe at 8:80 this after-
from St. Snvioiir'H Cluirch, licv.
Akehurst olllolatlng. All  frlenda
family ure Invited to attend the
ohureli .service.
ublo   linn  Hrisen   between   Con-
tors Lelcestor und   Kerr nnd their
liters.    Kriduy   afternoon  live of
men   working    on     MoQregor'l
lllngH went out on n itrike   while
i'imiI iuunl   to Work,    'file trouhle
i over the two men not belonging
tho   union,   mid  having   strictly
Bod   to   join   It.    All   union men
sml to work for Messrs, Leicester
Kerr who say that If the anion
will not work they will Hcnd   for
tern carponturs.
hu following transactions were reded yesterday at the Mining Kc-
der's oflleti: Locations: Good
ougli, nenr Porto Kleo mine, by A.
Toney; Big ,loe, on Quarts Creek,
tt. E. Stranin; Lloyd,   on   Granite
talk, by otto Stalling.   Certificates
Work:   Gold Cup, Felix Donnelly 1
Iday,   James  WeBtgntJ;   Walliullu,
V. Tonoyi   Soliley,   M,   K. Addle;
isep's   Cot,   D.   A.   Clifford 1  Queen
l|cforta, Christ. Anderson i   Katie M.
FRED   IRVINE & CO.
On Monday and Tuesday mornings our store will be open and we will be prepared to i^v
visitors to Nelson the best bargains they ever had in their lives. We carry the largest stock of DRY
GOODS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS, MILLINERY, CARPETS,
LINOLEUMS, RUGS, etc., that can be found in the interior of British Columbia. We buy in large
quantities and at the lowest prices, and we give our customers the benefit thereof. We want our
Nelson customers to bring their visiting friends to see us. We will keep our store open on the
Mornings of the Carnival days for this reason.   We extend to everyone a heart) welcome to the city.
FRED  IRVINE &  CO.
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Prizes for the Visitors.
The Celebration Committee has provided prizes for those who will be successful in the different events tomorrow and Tuesday. But there will be thousands in the city who will not partieipate in any of these events, and it is
these people that MARTIN O'REILLY & CO. have made up their minds to care for. That they may take prizes
home with them, MARTIN O'REILLY cSc CO. will continue their SLAUGHTER SALE PRICES, and during the
mornings of Monday and Tuesday every article in the store will be offered at prices that will make them to tlie purchaser a very easily won prize.   Special attention is called to our stock of
Dress  Goods,   Black  and   Colored.    Silks,   from   25c   lo   5.00  a  yard.
Ladies'  Tailor-Made   Suits  from 8.00   to   25.00.    Ladies'   Silk   Blouses  from   1.50  to   20.00.
Kid  Gloves,   Black  and  Colored,   from  75c  to   1.50.    Ladies'  Summer  Under vests  from   5c  to  75c
We  will  be  open   on  the  mornings  of  Monday  and  Tuesday.    Do  not  fail  to  visit  us.
Martin  O'Reilly & Co.
LONDON PARLIAMENT.
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Bouriieite Coutts Speaks In Support or
Charges  Against Hospital Corps.
London, June 3D.���The spectacle of
a man of American liirtli. Mr. William
Aslimeiul Hurdette-CouttH, Conservative Member for Westminster, standing
in the House, amidst a storm of jeers,
alleging that abuses followed iu the
wake of British victories, proved as
dramatic as it was unprecedented.
Mr. CouttB once known as the
"young husband of the millionaire
Baroness," but now growing gray
with his 50 years, his face bronzed
by the sub and his hands clenched
nervously behind him, commanded
the attention of the hostile majority
of the House and drew a succession of
ghastly pictures that in guesomencss
of detail eclipsed the horrors of the
Crimean war.
Mr. Coutts bas seldom spoken, ill
Parliament and never at such length.
He is nothing of an orator and was
obliged to present a mass of detail
that now and then grew tiresome. He
held his audience by the very gravity
aud strength of his assertions. His
declamation that "every word   I have
considerable  apprehension   regarding
the future, if 11 state nf war should be
declared between European Powers
and China. Ill any event of this sort.
Chinese Ministers would receive II notice to quit.
At the Foreign Otlice the opinion
is expressed that their only place of
refuge would be Switzerland which
has no treaty with China, The feeling among diplomats In Paris is to
the effect that if tho Powers and
China are acting in good faith, and
unless some nation makes u move
whieli is interpreted as selfish, Unit
the ultimate outcome will lie an
amicable arrangement.
No matter what the final result is
in China, the course taken by the
United States in heartily Co-operating
with the European nations lias created
a most favorable impression.
GREENWOODS CELEBRATION.
Nelson   Fire  Brlgado   Team   Capture
Both Events Entered For.
Greenwood, It. C., .Inne SO.���Qreen-
wood's two days' celebrution has
proved a grand success. The city was
was crowded today with visitors from
written is true'' was made with great Boundary and Kootenays points, I'ri-
earnestness that atoned for all his | day's events were won as follows:
rhetorical defects. I.    One hundred yard foot race.   W.    A
The speech of the Parliamentary
Secretary of the War Oflice, Mr.Wynd-
ham, who preceded Mr. Contts, ami
that of the Government leader and
First Lord of the Treasury, Mr. A. J.
Balfour, who followed, were both efforts that neither men have equalled
this year.
The Oo*erhment was awake to the
seriousness of the crisis and with surpassing oratory and imagery, Mr.
Wyndham took its critics behind the
scenes of the great campaign. In
graphic language he described the
enormous difficulties of the communications and exposed for the first time
the daring conception of Lord Roberts'
plans and the risks he ran.
In short, without tiring his hearers
with too many statistics the Under
Secretary for War gave such a panorama of the war, interjecting facts to
prove that the War Oflice took all
precautions, reiterating that war must
be fearful, that his hearers welliiigli
forgot the sick and wounded in their
admiration of the success of the great
general.
As a result of the dramatic debate,
public opinion seems equally divided
between the two verdicts. First that
the War Office is guilty of criminal
neglect and second to reserve all judgment until the Parliamentary committee reports.
Mr. Coutts has suddenly become
one of the most prominent men of tlie
hour and the Government has to face
the agitation which has stirred up the
country,
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PARIS  LETTER.
Situation In China Is Conceded Bright
There.
Paris, June .VI.���The relief of Admiral Seymour and the repeated
statements that the Pekin Legations
are in safety has given a brighter
aspect to the situation in China, Tlie
officials of the foreign Ollice express
a belief that if the news of the safety
of the Legations is confirmed the
chances of an early settlement of the
difficulties will be immeasurably Improved.
The Chinese Legation here is utterly
Smith, of Kosslnnil. tiist : Charles
Wilson, of Greenwood, second; :.':.'n
yard race. Douglas, of Nelson, lirst:
S. K.  Smitliell. of (ireenwood. second.
Horse race, half mile, free for all ���
Easter Lilly, first; Kossland Maid,
second. The pony race was won by
Ibis, with Curlew a close second.
Blake Wilson of Nelson acted as
starter in the horse races.
In the drilling contest. I.oss and
McLeod wero lirst, drilling 40 11-4
indies; Krectson and I lenders! in
second. :is 7-s inches.
In today's events the bicycle race,
a half mile dash, was won by H. Mclutyre of (Ireenwood. with Thiol of
of Frisco second.
In the hub and hub race Nelson was
lirst and Kossland second. Time, Hi
seconds. Wei test. Nelson. lirst;
Grand Forks, second. Time. :;(i :i-l
and .14. In both these events (Ireenwood made a good showing but lost
through accidents.
On   request of the Ueneral Carnival
Committee, the C, I', and K.   It. St N.
Co.'s will make their steamers.  Koka-
nee, Movie and International, available fOr spectators who wish to nli-
serve the grand Water Carnival 'lues.
day evening. There will be a charge
of SS (���cuts made for each person taking in the Carnival on board the
steamers. The boots will leave the
wharf and anchor In a suitable place
from whieli ,-in excel lent   view   can be
had of the Carnival during the evening. The steamers will be at the service of the spectators until II
o'clock as they do not leave Nelson
until that time. Tickets for the hunts
Will on sale at the company's city
wharf ollice.
One of the handsomest window decorations in Ihe eily is that of Martin
O'Reilly & Co, Their corner window
presents a picture both unique and attractive, The design is patriotic and
at the same lime possesses "local
color," for then
an excellent representation of the .Myth sailing upon
a mirror lake. For a background
there Is a lattice work of colored ribbon, ill which is set nn arch outlined
with the national colors. Placed
in the dark as the situation at Pekin. | against the lattice work are rosette
Jlie members ot the  Legation  feel a fans of floured silk that greatly heigh-
ten the effect. The Boor of the window Is covered with mirrors surrounded by sand nnd moss to represent a
lake. (In this lake the "Myth" lloats.
Her hull is of red satin and her sails
of white satin. In the boat arc three
dolls dressed as sailors by Miss Kile.
The general effect is very pretty, as
there are Several hundred red, white
and blue electric   lights arranged   to
heighten the effect and bring ont tlie
details. Mr. O'Reilly is indebted to
the Sisters of St. Joseph's for many
valuable suggestions and for the dowers used in the design. Mr. MeSweyn,
who decorated the window, deserves
great credit for his artistic work.
MISCELLANEOUS
Advertisements insorted under this hoad at
tho rata of ono cent a word per Insertion. No
advertisement takon for less than 25 oents.
WANTED���By a young lady, position
as lady's help or companion.    Good
references.    Address L, Miner.
TO   LF.T.��� Houso  to   let   across   the
lako, stove, etc.   Apply 0. Newling,
Bakor street.
FOR RENT.-2 rooms in West Blook.
Apply at ollice of 0. W. West Ss Oo.
ALL KINDS���Of  plain   Bewing  done.
Blouses and chili I ten's olotbes a  specially.   Mrs,    Hogen,   Opposite Opera
House,
NELSON WINE CO.,
where vou can depond on dotting tho best
nrandsln till market nnd nny qunntlty from
lOe. up,   Prlcos cannot be disputed,
'PHONE S3.
Frank A. Tamblvn, Mgr.,
Raker Street, Nelson
CRUCIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7 8 inch ilium. $V3.60per 100 feet. For
Immediate delivery in Nelson
apply.
J. G. T. CROFTS,
P. O. Box 676. Nolson. B. 0'
... STORAGE ...
Storage space to rent; jrood, clean and cool; at  reasonable
rates.    Apply to
The Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, Macdonald Block.
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson  & Fort
Sheppard R'v,
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Notthern, 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
staffe daily for Republic, .and   connects at Bossbur^ with stag-   daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Lkave. Day Traiu. Ahhivk.
1058 a.m Spokane 7:10 p.m,
12:05 p. m Rossland  5:80 p.m.
9:30 u, m Nelson K:<)0 p.m.
Might Train.
9:45 p.m Hpokauo 7 :05 a.m:
11 :IIU p.m Rowland 0:80 n.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. ft T.A.
Spokane   Wash
G. K. TAOKABURY,
Aeent. Nelson. B.O
Uiipber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
CHUIiCH DUtBOTORY,
[ SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the highest cash price for all
kinds o( seoond hand goods. Will buy
or sell anything from nu anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, enrperts,
oookiug utensils, bought in household
qnantities. Also cast off clothing.
Oall and see mo or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 200. Hall
Street, Nelson, B. C.
8. SAVIOUR- IKniii.ihhI Chuhcii���Oorner
Wnrd und Hlllcn Sts. Sunday*: Holy Communion 8 n in.; anil on tho 1st and llnl HnndiiyK
In tlm month utter Mattins Miittin- ui 11 n.ni.;
Bandar School J.80 p.m j Evensong 7.80. Dully:
Mnn ins ui '.un u. in. Thursdays and Saint's
lluys: Holy Communion 111 a. ni. Fridays:
Bveniopg 7.80 p. in., tolluwud hy choir pnic-
llco. H. 8. Akohiirnl, Hector. Krod Irvine,
Geo. Johnston.., Wardens,
Catholic chuhcii-Corner.Ward nnd Mill
streets Mussel ei y Sunday al 8 and lll.oti a.m
Bonodlotlon nl 1.30 p.m,   Muss every week day
nt. 7.15 a.m.   Hev.   Knthor  Korlnnd lleet or.
I'hkshytkkian ClluiiGll-Sorvlcosnt 11 a.m.
nnil 7.30 p.m. Sunday School at ���30 p.m.
rruycr mooting Thursilny evening nt 8 p.m.;
1 liristiun Kndeuvor Society moots every Tuesday evening nt 8 o'olook. Itov. K. Krow,
l'nstor.
MKTiiuiiisT Ciiuncii���Cornor 8illon nnd
.in i i.l.i,i,. Streets, Services nl 11 a.m. and 7.30
ll. m. ; Sabbath Sohool, '2.30 p.m.; Pmyor mooting on Friday ovonlng al 8 o'olock: Kpworth
LoiignuC, _., TiiDsday at 8 a.in. Itov. John
Knli <in. Pastor.
Salvation AaMv-HervIo s ovory ovonlng
nl SoVloch in ImrrnekH on V otorl street
Adliuliuil Mgoeomtin ln charge.
IIaitist Chuhcii - Services morning nnd
evening at II u.m. and 7.80 p.m.; Prayer moot.
','��, '""rsilay ovonlng at 8 p.m. Iho H. Y
P. U, I iiesdny ovonlng nt 8 o'clock. Strangers
cordially welcomed. Hov. O. J. Coulter While
I 'ustor. *
NOTICE.
Take notioe that Kwohg Yuen nn
longer peddles vegetables I'or me, anil
nil accounts mnst he paid lo me or
Chinamen having baskets henring   my
name. lum.
Nelson, Juno 2-1 th,  11100.
05LER  &  M'DOUGALL,
Mining anil Heal Estate Agents,
Houses aud Lots on Reasonable Terms.
See Our Lists.
Office, Victoria Slreet, Opposite
Phair Hotel,
LODGE MEETINGS.
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NELSON 1.011(1 K, No. 23, A.Y.A A
M. moots socond Wodnosdny In each
month.   Visiting brolhorn welcome.
I.  O. O.   F.     Kootenay  Ixxlgo
No. Ill, mods ovory Monday night,
nl  thoir  ���lull,  Kootenay stroot
Sojourning Odd Follows cordially Invltod.
John Scoley, N. 0,   John A, Mcltne, V. O.
Ii. \v. Rutherford, Boo.
,, WlTT" No- 7- Moot* ovory 2nd
a ni lih Friday of eaoh month, In odd Fellows'
Hall,  coiner   linker nnd   Kootonuy   street,,
ft��S��\l���7.5; ;l"",'��"N',l;- ''" "��� McArlhi,,:
it. h.   \ Islilng hrutliors always welcome.
COUKT KOOTKNAY, I. O. F., No. SuV
Meetings 4th Thursday of month. Fraternal
hull. J A Irving C. It.   P. H. Fleming, It. s.
NKI.SON   LODGE   No,   ib, K. ofl>
moets in K. of P, hall, Oddfollows blook
-VrCL i ,"eH<!a}; ovonl"B at 8 oclook
MAII visiting knights cordially invited
h. Scott 0. C.
0, Joy, K. ofB, mid 8,
PYLE'S    PEARLINE
Large Size
15  CENTS
For Sale By
Western Mercantile Oo. Ltd
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 LAKDO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD.
COAL!   COAL!
Great Reduction!
(ANTHKAC1TE)   $9.65   Per TOJl
CROW'S  NEST  <_��/_ iC   _._-   T~-
coal       90.10 Per   1��"
DELIVERBD.
C.W.WEST&CO.
TKLKPHONK 33.
E- P. WHALLET, J. P.
NOTARY   PUBLIC
Office With C.  W.  Weat St  Co.,   Cor.
Hail and Baker Streets.
Oity Office of   the Nelaon Soda Water
Factory.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KIN'IIS   OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nilson.
Orders by mail receive careful anil prompt attention
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
Capital r��ltl-��|i.     ,    .    .     HH.eiu.trlii.iHi |   it. ,r     .    wi,-m,om.��
Mrard of Dlrrrlonit   Thoi_M.IL Kenny,   President;   Thomim Hitchli\ Vlco-Priwldnnl
Wiley Smith. H. G. Bauld, Hon. II. II. Fuller, M.L.C.. Hon. llaviil MacKoon.
Ilrnil Olllee, llnlll.i. :
General MiituiKor. EoVon 1,. IVnsc Montreal.
8uperln tomtom of BianohM. nnil BeCNtaiT, W, II. Torrance, Halifax.
Inspector, W. F, Hrock, Halifax. ���
In*vector ll. M. Stewart, Montreal.
Kriinrlirft t
?.,1", ����������-Hnllfax Branch, AntlKOiilHh, ItriilKcwater, fliiyhhoro. Ixuvlonilrrry. Luiirnhtini.
Maitlaiiil (Hunt* Co.l, I'lelou,   Port Hawkcliury, Sydney, sliiihcnucailio, Truro   Weyiiiniiili
MtrlfcMIWlik.   Ulthorat,  Dorcheitor, Fre-srlclon, KIiikMou (Kent Co.), Monotoii   Now
eantle. HncUvillo. Woodstock.   P. K. lallinil-Clini'lollelowii, .Si nn  i,l,-    4|urbrr    Muutrcu'
(City Oltleel, Montreal. West End (Cor. Noire liiune niul Sulicni-urn SlrrcM; Weminounl iCor
Ureono Avenue and Bt, Catharines  St rout,   llnlarln -Ottawa.   >i ����� inuixllaiol   HI   lolm'-
<'uha, WhI iBdlca-IIavana. I'uilril KUtff- New York (Hi Kxe.lianKO Placet ltepubUo Wash
BRANCEU.H IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Van
couver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
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��'aa��da-Moroliant* Bank of Canada. Bo.Kni-National Hhawimit Hank. ��'_l����_a_Aniorio��
Nalional Hank. Sam Fr._r.l*ro-Kin.l National Hunk. Lniulon, !:.,��. - Hunk of HcoUaid
Pari.. I.raure- Credit LvonnaiH. BenuuUa- Hank of Hiriuuda. Cklaa mm_/mu__-Hiu_
Kong and Shanghai HankliiK OorponUOO. ������������  noun
lleneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchanca   Mou.ht
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.    Inberest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Hunk accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.O.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
head ofi'toe toronto,  ont.
E. J.SCOVIL
MINING ���KOKEB,       SOT-BV PUBLIC.
Windermere Mlnea.   Corresp ' siiobSoIWumI
WtNDRRMRRB. A. 0.
The Cottage Hospital, Nelson
A private Hospital, Medioal, Surgical and Obstetrioal cases nursed In tbe
House. Private room |20 and 115 a
week. Beds in ward %\2 a week
Nnrses sent ont to private houses at flo
a week. Apply to The Misses Orick-
mav
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
Branch Markets in Roasland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Porks, New Denver and Slooan City.
Order, by mall to any branch will have carefu! and promnt attention.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Auply to U. I.. LENNOX, linker St.,
Nelson.
A. R. BARROW, a. m i. o.e
Provincial  Land Surveyor.
Oomsr Victoria nurl Kootenay Ste.
P, 0. Box Wt>, Telephone No, 05
Nelson EoiDloyment Apicy
WANTED.
Man for dairy ranch. Waitresses
Cooks (women).
First-class woman cook wants situs-
tioo in camp,
J. tl. LOVE, Agt., Baker St.
P. 0. GREEN        F. 8. CLEMENTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyor!.
P, 0, Box W Kelson, B. C,
THE    WM.    HAMILTON   HANUFACTURING    CO.
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH,  ONTARIO.
CANADA.
Place Your
Orders for
OPBDp_iJ_JA4._��B_,AL FEATUHB
OF  OhLOKAIIVE  SIQN PAINTINd
DOMINION   DAY -SIGN   PAINTING
Streamers, Banners,
Signs and Mottoes
When  turned  out  hy our  artist  are  works of ,,,.1      mi
appearance of your display.     I'o.ir w.,rl- �� 1   ,1 ,  ,     ' l,l'-v wil1 a,'(' to tl"'
yon in determining whatyo. w,nt       v" ,'   1 !_�� '',"','���' *���. w" "ill t-��M
orders at once. '    plenty of tm,,. hy plaeintr vour
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F.   J.   BRADLEY  &   CO
Corner Josephine and Victoria Streets. ^ ^
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