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Daily Edition No.  792
Nelson, British Columbia, Tuksdav Evkninc, July  31, 1900.
Tenth Year
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BRIEF NEWS
FROM
PEKIN
plates
General   Oaselee   Gontem-
an  Immediate
Advance on the
Capital.
(BY ASSOCIATHD PRESS.)
London, duly 31.���The brevity of
news from l'ekin, leaving so much of
importance unexplained gives plenty
of scope for speculation, but there is
no further talk of memorial services
at St. Paul's for massacred diplomats,
There Is nothing to show why the
attacks on the Legations ceased on
July 10th, nor tbe state of the supplies
except a Japanese message which
mentions the end of the mouth (to-'
day) as the limit of resistance, nor
why messages have not been allowed
to come freely. Probably the Chinese
contention will be that the (lovern-
inent has not yet been able to guin
the upper band of the Imperial troops
who rebelled.
The latest news seems lo demonstrate that Ueneral Yuaug Lu and the
moderates, if unable to to quite
suppress the rising, were at least
able to interpose between the Ministers and the Tunnites so as
to prevent the threatened destruction of the foreign colony.
Should the existence of some such
strong nucleus of orderly government
bv found It Is fell tbat it will enormously simplify the problem.
Telegrams from .Shanghai reiterate
thai tbe Empress left l'ekin three
W��eV�� ago and that she will proclaim
Si Ngang Fu the Capital wheu Pekin
falls. The Chinese nevertheless profess confidence that the jealousies of
the Powers will prevent them reaching the Capital, scoff at the idea of a
punitive force and brag of Iheir ability ultimately to recover all the leased territory and compel a revision of
the treaties to their advantage.
Japanese sources report that the
Russians captured the forts at New
Chwang, Thursday, July 88th. According to u Che Koo despatch Admiral AlexierT has returned to Port
Arthur.
In the House of Commons today,
Parliamentary Secretary Broderlck
announced the receipt of a dispatch
from Ueneral Sir Alfred Gaselee, commanding the British forces in China,
stating that he contemplated un immediate advance on Pekin and that
be hoped to have the   co-operation   of
the allied forces.
becoming more active and adopting a
more vigorous policy. It is announced that lie has ordered the execution
of forty prisoners. Tomorrow he will
visit the foreign warships and consuls.
He says Li Hung Chang is not, returning to Canton where quiet prevails.
The British naval and military ollieials have taken careful observations of
the Canton and Bogue defences. The
Bogue forts are crowded with troops
and Ihe parapets are lined up ou the
approach of steamers.
SYMPTOMS OF  A   CALM.
Paris. July 31.���Tbe Minister of
Marine. M. Delaness. today received
the following despatch from Admiral
Courrejoles:
"Che l'eo. July 28,���Many symptoms
of greater calm, notably nn Imperial
edict, are reaching us ut Che Foo in
which the Government says it is not
responsible for thc condition of affairs
and that, nil their nets have been
towards fhe maintenance of iicuce and
that they intend to respect the treaties towards foreigners and missions."
Boston, Mass.. July 31.-The American Hoard received a despatch today
from Hev. J. E. Walker of Foo Chow
Baying: "Mob destroyed the Shnown
property today.    The   Christians were
plundered."
Shaown is the interior station of
the American hoard mi-sion in Foo
Chow. The missionaries who belong
lit this station are now in the United
States.
The number of church members last
year at Shnown was BOS, while there
were over 5,000 who were under Christian instruction.
Shanghai, July 31���The Japanese
have news that II),(Kill Chinese are attacking Neu Chwang with 4000 Russians opposing them. The Japanese
Minister has forwarded a letter to
Tien Tsin stating that the casualties
at the Japanese Legation at l'ekin
were (apt. Ando, Attache Dojiimi.nnd
live marines killed and Secretary Nar-
ahara wounded.
arc causing the cnnul authorities to
keep a sharp lookout. An apparent
organized attempt to ^damage the locks
here Saturday was frustrated by Lock
Tender Liithesoin and Patrolman tiiinn
both of whom seared oil' two suspicious looking characters who were
prowling around some part of the
lock concealed from public view.
LOAN     COMPANY'S     ASSETS
Shareholders of Western Loan and Trust Company Will Not Kl'.allzo Much.
Monlrenl. Que, July 31. ��� It is not
likely that, the Shareholders of tho
Western Loan and Trust, Company
will got much Information about the
position of its affairs at tbe meeting
at the court house today.
Its business wus spread all over the
Dominion and a considerable portion
of its assets consists of farm mortgages in the West. It will take
months to arrive at a valuation of all
the company'B assets, and nothing
more than a general statement can be
made now under the circumstances,
It is very dlffioult to say what will
be realized from the estate. The
opinion of those familiar with the
business place the amount which the
shareholders will get from their Investment at from !"��� to 30 cents on the
dollar.
THE SHAH IN DANCER.
Paris. July 30.���It was rumored
this afternoon that an attempt bud
been made against the life of the Shah
of Persia. Investigation proved that
while the Shah was visiting the exposition this morning a member of
bis suite noticed near him a rough
looking Persian carrying, as customary, poniards iu his belt, On account
of his suspicious actions this individual was arrested.
STRIKERS PAID   OFF.
Magog. Que., July 31.���At 0:18
this
ALL SAFE AND WELL.
New York, July 31.���A despatch
from Tien Tsin, dated July '-'7th, via
Shanghai. July 31st. says word from
Minister Conger has been received by
Major Waller,commanding the American marines, dated l'ekin, July 21st,
saying: "Since July Ulth, by agreement, there has been no firing. We
have provisions for several weeks, but
little ammunition. 1 hope relief can
come soon. If tbey continue to shell
us as they have done we cannot hold
out long and a complete massacre will
follow. We were glad to hear of the
victory at Tien Tsin. but regret the
terrible cost.  All safe and well."
REORGANIZING DEFENCES.
London, July 31.���The following
has been received today from Shanghai: A municipal meeting has been
convened for Tuesday for the purpose
of reorganizing the defences of Shanghai. The number of possible assailants is considerably greater than was
originally supposed, and a great many
officials, who are apparently loyal, do
I not deserve to be trusted.
An excellent Chinese   source reports
| a shocking Instance of ollicial  treachery.    The (Iovernor of Slum  Tung,  Li
1 Ping Ling, left  a mouth ago   for   Pe-
jkin, being then Imperial Commissioner of tlie (.ling Tse wnr junks.
lie was considered loyal, but a couple of days ago on tbe way to Pekin,
he entered Kin Chow and ordered the
soldiers of  bis   command   to   murder
j the Christians,      His   soldiers   killed
3000 Christians and one French priest.
morning the streets of the town were
deserted except in tbe Immediate vicinity of the Dominion Cotton Mills,
where a crowd of apparently good na-
tured people, composed of strikers,
print workers.employees and citizens,
were collected waiting for tlie 11:30
hour set to pay off the hands. The
strikers will not allow the print
works to start up. About d: lfi a. ni.
the cotton mill hands were being paid
off ill full after which tbey returned
to their homes.
engaged in putting up a tramway for
a buy fork on the' farm of C. lleeve on
Pruslliicb Lake. Cutting was on u
ladder when il gave wny,precipitating
him lo Ihe burn lloor some 'JO feet,
lie struck a loud of grain uml glided
off bead lirst tu the lloor and was
killed. The ulher man fell mi Ihe
mow and escaped.
STATEMENT MODIFIED.
only   About    1,000   Doors  surrendered   to
General iiuntor,
London, July 31. ��� A despatch received ul Ihe War (Hlice today from
Lord Roberts materially modifies yesterday's statement of the surrender of
,r,,0(1(1 Federals under (ienernl Prinsloo.
It now appears that Generals Prinsloo, Vllliors and Grothor surrendered
with 08(1 men. 1432 horses, BBS rifles
and a Krupp lilne-pounder. Some of
the leaders in the distant bills hesitate to ciune on the plea that they are
Independent of (ienernl  Prinsloo.
Lord Roberts wires lhat be bus directed lleueral Hunter to resume hostilities forthwith and to listen to no
excuses.
TORONTO ITEMS.
Toronto, Ont., July 30���An officer
of the Cartwrlght Club said today
that he hud received private and authentic Information that the general
elections would take place towards
the end of October,
A city paper suys: "The C, P. li. is
arranging for a big decrease in the
number of employees throughout the
whole of the Western division. Between tw'o and three hundred hands
engaged at the shops will be discharged at once and every other department will be thinned out. This action is taken to save expenses in anticipation of the reduction in traffic,
owing lo the partial failure of crops
iu Manitoba.
The laundry of Lee Sam, a Chinaman residing on Pacific Avenue was
badly wrecked by three unknown men
early   this   morning   and   the   owner
FROM    REMEY.
Washington, D. ('., July 31.���The
following despatch from Admiral
Uemey was received hy the Navy Department this morning: "Che
Foo, July 31.���Taku, July 38.���The
Japanese military attache at Pekin
in a letter dated July -2nd, reports
the Legations as besieged since June
13th and continually attacked from
June 10th until July 17th. The attack then ceased and the Chinese soldiers are apparently diminishing,
Sixty Europeans have been killed. A
telegram from the (Iovernor of Shan
Tung addressed to the consular body
at Che Foo says that an Imperial
edict states that the various Ministers, except the German, are well and
that  provisions   have   been
them."
supplied
VICEROY MORE ACTIVE.
Houg  Kong, July So���The acting
Viceroy of  Canton,   it is  reported  is
Washington, I). C, July 31.���The
War Department has received the following cablegram from Major (leneral
Chufec: "Che Foo. July 2\). ��� Left
Nagasaki at daybreak on July 36th and
arrived at Taku at 10 o'clock on the
night of July 38th."
himself injured,
tbe miscreants.
'I'll.
WILLI GROKER HELP?
New York, July 31.���Concerning his
visit yesterday to Richard Croker
at Long Branoh Senator Jones,
tbe national chairman of the Democratic party, is quoted in The World |
today as saying: "I am assured that
both Messrs. Hill and Croker will do
ull they can lo help elect Mr.   Bryan.
Both share my belief that Mr. Bryan
will carry New York. As far us their
personal relations are concerned I do
not see bow that will affect the result.
I believe they will do all in their
power   to   carry   New    York    for   the
Democratic party."
OTTAWA NEWS.
Ottawa, (int.. July 31 -The contract
for K. H. Biddy's paper and  finishing
mill has been let and the mill must
be ready for occupation by Sept.   IB,
The builder's laborers on Ihe Hull
post ollice have gone on strike for
higher wages.
A stone weighing about 800  pounds
was placed on the ('.  P.  II. truck near
Brittania late Saturday night,   it  is
supposed the object was to wreck the
Son train which reaches Ottawa from
the West at 4 ll. in. Fortunately a
slow going freight train came along,
The engine was damaged hut nothing
serious happened.
LOOKING FOR REVENGE.
Port Dnlhousie. Ont., July 31.���The
friends of Dullinnn, Nolan und Walsh,
the three Welland Canal dynamiters
now serving life sentences appear detenu 1 nud to  have their  revenge  and
ELECTION    IN   CUBA.
Washington, July 3i ���The War Department has issued   an   order   for  n
genernl election lobe held iu Cuba on
the third  Saturday  in   September  to
elect delegates to a Convention In he
held in Havana on the lirst Monday of
November,
KILLED BY A FALL.
(iuelph, (int., July 31.- George cm
ting, a resident of Suffolk Street   for
| a number of years   and   well known.
met with  an untimely  end Saturday
evening.    He and William llrey   were
CABLE FROM MILNER.
Ottawa. July 30. ��� Sir Alfred Milner
culilcs in Lord Minto as follows:
"Capetown,���1 regret to report that
No. 83, trooper T. II. Shipp and No.
3S3, W. Wood of the Second battalion,
Canadian Mounted Rifles, died of enteric fever at Pretoria on the 88th of
July.
The dangerous illness of the following is reported: Privates, No. 7400,
Vi. Wilson. ('. U. I., Capetown, July
35th; J. K. Hall, 1st battalion C. M.
K., Kronstndt. and No. 17.10, Mulloy.
2nd battalion, ('. M. U. at Johannesburg.    (Signed)    Milner."
Private Wood is from Heaver Luke.
Alberta : Shipp is from Kent.Knglaud,
and No. 7400 is Private J. A. Wilson
of the loth Grenadiers, Toronto.while
Vi. Vi. Wilson is of the Queen's Own,
Toronto and J. K. Hall is from Stratb-
colui.   Alberta.
TIII.Y WANTED FISH.
Quebec, Que.. July t'L ���Twenty-one
of the passengers of the Montfort. the
Klder Dempster liner which bad to
put into St. Johns, New Foundland, a
few days ago to purchase fish in order
to quell a riot among the Icelanders
on board, who insisted on having
that product of the water, were
lodged ill jail here on the arrival of
the Bteamer yesterday charged with
creating a disturbance on board the
ship.
BUCKET SHOPS RAIDED.
Chicago, 111.. July 31��� Wholesale
raids on bucket shops today resulted
iu the arrest of hundreds of persons.
The police swooped down upon the
speculators without warning and It is
said that some prominent Hoard of
Trade men were arrested ut some of
the places visited.
DUKE OF 8AXE-
COBURG DEAD
Died Suddenly Last Night of
Paralysis  of the
Heart.
(BV ASSOCIATED PRBSS.)
Coburg, July 31. ���Prince Ernest Albert, Duke of Saxe-I'oburg, died at 11
o'clock lust night at Koscnuu Castle
from paralysis of tbe heart. Recently
at a eonsultation of specialists in
Vienna it was discovered that there
was a cancerous growth at the root of
bis tongue. Ity his sudden end he escaped a painful lingering deatli. During the minority of bis heir, the Duke
of Albany, the government of the
Duchy will be conducted by the hereditary Prince of Hohcnlohc-Lungeii-
berg. the guardian of the young Duke.
COURT IN MOURNING.
London, July 30���The news of the
death of the Duke of Siixc-Coburg
liotlui. thc second son of Queen Victoria, has created a sensation in London. It was totally unexpected.
There were many callers at Clarence
and Marlboro   Houses   and   the   Lord
Chamberlain's oflice. All Hags were
at half mast. Tbe Queen was deeply
affected. It was stated that the body
of the late Duke will be embalmed
and brought to England for interment
and that it will lie in state at Windsor. Numerous public and semi-public
functions have been abandoned and
the ebbing season will be brought to
a sudden close as the Court and society will immediately be ordered into
mourning.
tinned all day yesterday. The cross-
examination of Mordeii occupied all of thc morning, but
the defence failed to shake the
testimony of the witness which was
of ii most damaging character IP ('er-
aid Sifton, one of the accused. The
afternoon was devoted to the evidence
of the sister of Joseph Sifton, but
nothing new was developed.
TO BE   RETIRED.
Ottawa, (Int., July 30.���It is stated
here tonight that Commissioner
Herchmer is to be retired from the.
coiumissioncrship of the Northwest
Mounted Police. Although no ollicial
confirmation of this can be obtained
tonight it is understood that there Is
a movement in this direction if it has
not actually taken place.
Sir Etiohard Camln came from Kingston today, when the matter was said
to be up at u meeting of the treasury
board. Commissioner Herchmer is
now ill the City. If Commissioner
Herchmer is retired then Inspector
Perry will probably take hia place as
Commissioner of Mounted Police.
KNOWN   IN   GENEVA.
BRIEF LOCALS.
Krnest Mansfield and the capitalists
who are accompanying bim to Nelson
were delayed a few days in their departure from London and will sail tomorrow. Tbey will be in N'elson on
Ihe 13th of August.
A large brush  lire  was raging all
dny yesterday near Ihe town of Ymir.
For several bonis it threatened tbe
town but its course was changed and
im damage was done except to a large
amount of timber which wns burned.
Today the lire is still burning but Is
advancing up the uioiiiitiiinsldu at the
south of tbe town.
\\,   9,   DuBoIs,   superintendent of
the Arlington Mine, arrived in the
city last evening on business In connection with the mine. Mr. DuHois
stated this morning that they were
working 00 men at the present time
and that in a. short while the force
would be increased. Five tunnels are
being run, two being entirely In ore.
The longest tunnel has beeu driven
llnO feet while the shortest one
is over I(10 feet long. The main lend
is over '.'."i feet wide. Tbe pay streak
varies in size and is somewhat mixed
through the vein. The ore Is Stephen -
iie nnd gives excellent paying values
Last winter IS cars of ore were shipped   from   the   mine   to   the   Nelson
s Her and also to Trail,    Aliout   six
ears are now ready for shipping,    The
company is building a wagon road from
Ihe mine to Slocan, which will probably I" mploted within two months.
Tl re from the mine will   probably
l.e now sent to the Hull Mine smelter.
The oompany are nlso erecting a sawmill at the mine, capacity of the mill
tube 10,000 feet per day.
Bressl Was Lnown Thore as an Anarchist and
a Dangerous Man.
Geneva, July 31.���As soon as the
news of the assnssination of King
Humbert became known the detective
department set to work to try and
discover if there were any Connection
between the nuirdcrs of President
Carnot of France, Empress Elisabeth
of Austria and King Humbert, iu
view of the declaration of Lulgi l.uc-
cbenni, the assassin of the Austrian
Knipress, that bis crime was only the
first episode in thi' genernl execution
of several European sovereigns. The
police quickly discovered that a certain Angelo Hressi lived here two
yenrs ugo and was closely watched as
an anarchist witb a desire to kill.
The description of this man is almost
the same as that   sent by   Ihe   Italian
detectives, Luoehennl, questioned In
prison regarding the matter, declined
to answer.
RESULT OF A PLOT.
Rome. July 31. ���The Tribune says
thc assassination of King Humbert is
believed to have been the result of h
plot. A non-militant anarchist recently declared.so tbe Tribune asserts,
that the meeting bud been held in
Paris, at which lots were drawn and
several persons w-ere selected to kill
the King.
AT URINDISI.
London, July 31 A special despatch
from Koine snys that King Victor Kni-
manuel III arrived at Hrindisi today
unexpectedly. The despatch adds
that the   yonng   Queen   fainted   when
she wus Informed of the asslnatlon of
King Humbert, The King and Queen
started fm- Monsea Immediately after
reaching Brlndlsl,
Victoria. II. ('.. July II Owing lo
tbe  receipt of the news   of   the   death
of the Duke of Saxe-Coburir   tl ele
bration and reception tu Ihe Governor
(leneral I his evening will be declared
oil', lie will be met al the wharf by
a small deputation.
THE SIFTON GASE.
London, (Int..   July   HI     Tl vi-
deuce in the sifton inunlcr   can- con-
DIED    SUDDENLY.
('���nit, Out., July 31.���Unit iB mourning the loss of one of its most prominent citizens. Herbert Seott, who
died suddenly this morning after a
comparatively short illness of typhoid
fever and pneumonia. Mr. Scott was
in his thirty-second year, and was tha
junior partner iu the linu of Robert
Scott & Son, owning the Victoria
Wheel Works.
A LUCKY STRIKE.
Kalso, July 31.���A lucky Frenchman
has just made n   big   find   of   ore   on
Meadow Creek between   Argenta   and
Duncan City.    He followed up a small
stringer on the mountain side which
gradually widened out till now there
Is!.' ]--' feet of ore. There is much
excitement up in the Lardo  over   the
find.
GOODWOOD MEETING.
London, July 31���At the lirst day's
racing at the (iootlwood Meeting today the Stewards Cup, value 3IMI sovereigns for 3-year-olds and upwards,
was won in a canter by Mr. J. A.
Drake's aged chestnut horse, Hoyal
Flush ridden by J. Relffe. Mr. Kich-
ark Croker's Americas, ridden by Rig-
by was .second and the (.rafter third.
Nine horses ran.
BRIEF DESPATCHES.
Toronto, July 31.���The directors of
St. Andrews College, of this city,
have decided to offer a number of
bursaries of 9100 each to the sons of
Presbyterian foreign and home missionaries.
Toronto. (Int., July 31- In a letter
from Captain Mason of the First Canadian Contingent In Soutli Africa, that
office* expresses a desire to enlist for
service ill China when the operations
in South Africa are ended.
Keiitvillc, N. S., July 31. ���Oeorge
II. Campbell, 70 yearn of age. a fanner
ol this place, fell off a load of hay
Saturday ami broke his neck. When
he was picked up life wasextiuct.
Ottawa, (int., July 81.���It Is announced   here   officially   that   Colonel
iicrcbmcr bus been superannuated and
Major Perry has been appointed biK
successor as Commissioner of the
Northwest Mounted Police.
Ottawa, July 81.���In response to a
cable from the military authorities
here as to the reason of the delay ill
the relatives of the Canadian contingents receiving letters. Colons] Otter
cables that be can attribute no other
reason than the failure of the mail
service.
Ottawa, July 31. sir Alfred Milner,
In a cable fnnu Capetown announces
the death of Private J. K. Ball, of the
lirst battalion, C, M. It., who was reported dangerously ill   in   a   despatch
yesterday, at Kroonstadt. Private B.
Balnalde of 0, R. I., a prisoner, has
been released,
fi Nklson   Daily   Minkr,   Tuesday'Evening,  July 31,  igpo.
Nelson Daily Miner
D. J.  BEATON, Editor and  Manager
Our local morning contemporary has
queer views of the Canadian Senate,
This, we suppose, is to be accounted
for by an inability imposed by nature
to comprehend the extent nnd inclining und spirit of our constitution.    It
measures the right  of the Senate by
the   proportl >t  heads, or   nones,
which exists between It nnd Unpopular branch of our Parliament,
Tha Fathers of Confederation would
���mile at this if they thought it worth
while to notice it at all. Sonic day
there mny be a reform of the Senate,
as there may be of the whole of the
liritish North America Act, but that
day is far indeed from being within
sight. Our constitution is working
with very great satisfaction, including that creation of It known aH the
Senate. A popular mistake with regard to this latter is that it was
formed as a sort of auxiliary to the
Commons. It is as much u part of our
legislative machinery as the other.
and stands quite as much on a foundation of its own and exists quite as
much by reason of Its usefulness and
intention. In thc estimation of 41
majority of the Canadian people it
will never be held ns a reason for
altering its constitution, that it does
not always sec eye to eye with the
Commons. It bus equal right to judge
and declare for itself, and thnt right
will always be maintained, It does
not exist in humble obedience to the
Commons, and never will. Those who
think to "reform" it to that level do
not understand the matter, nor do
they know how large a bee they are
Carrying around in their bonnet.
physical features arc described; its
government and people, its educational Institutions, manufactories, fisheries, mining, lumbering, and farming
arc each made the subject, of a lesson
whieli, if diligently studied, must
make our country Well understood
abroad, There is little lacking in tbe
work Itself i the next thing to do is to
get il introduced and taught.
We Have Sold 75 Per Cent of 4U the
Portland Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay
and Sewer Pipe
Used in tbe Kootonay
Just Beooiveil���Ourloiul
Dominion  Ale and  Porter
TELEGKAPIIIf.   BKIEFS.
Montreal, July 31. -John  Stubbed,
the only remaining settler of Fox Hay,
Anticosti. has been committed for
triul by the magistrate before the ur-
rivul of his lawyer and taken to Murray Hay 11 prisoner.
Perth, July 31.���The Ottawa military authorities have given an order
for 1,000 pair of military socks for the
Canadian troops abroad to T. A. Code
of this place.
Seattle July 81.���Particulars of the
eruption of Mount Ate/.uma, Japan,
on July lTt'.i, have been received in
Oriental papers. So far as is known
250 persons were killed and many
hundreds were injured.
Capetown, July 31.���The Dutch
steamer Prince \Yillielm 111 has been
wrecked on the north side of the island
of I lingua. The passengers and crew
were saved.
(In pints and quarts)
Dominion White  Label Ale
This is the finest Ale brewed in ('mind
Dominion  Bulk  All
(pints and quarts)
h.
fin IB-gallon kegs)
Teacher's Scotch   Whisky
Ik still the best
H. J. EVANS & CO.
NKI.SON.   II. C.
Ottawa. July 31.���It is otlicially announced that, on and after August
13th, Yukon will he given the right to
elect two representatives to the Territorial Council. It is expeeted that
Dominion  representation  will    soon
follow.
London. July 31.���The evidence
against Gerald Sifton for the alleged
murder of his father, Joseph Sifton,
near Lucaii, 011 June 20th, continues,
being of a most damaging nature.
The    Canadian   Qazette,     London,
which is nil   things   to ull   men. professes  to   think   that   Mr.   Tarte   is
blamed more than be deserves   for his
extravagant affection  for   France.'    A
Scotch-Canadian     visiting     Scotland
gives expression to the warmth of his
feeling for his   mother  country ; why
not a  French-Canadian say  us much
for his beloved France'.'    lie   may, in
one sense, and not offend.    He can go
to PariB and tell   all who   will   listen
to him that he is proud of his French
blood, but if a member of a Qovernment in a British colony he is not expected to say that he would rather be
French than   liritish. and that   if   he
cannot be more French   than   British
In Sentiment without   being a   Minister he  will   cease to   he   a   Minister.
This is offensive, for   the reason   that
It is   disloyal   to   the   country   he   is
professing to serve.   Hut  it happens,
unfortunately   for this   poor   defence,
that there cannot be any  sort of comparison  between  a   Scotch-Canadian
saying kind things of Scotland and   a
French-Canadian exulting France
above the nations of the earth,    it   is
possible und natural to be 11 loyal Canadian and a loyal Scotchman at the
same time, for in both be is British;
France is a foreign country and far
frorti being a friendly one; to proclaim superior loyalty to it is to declare one's self a traitor in heart to
Great Britain, That is what Mr.
Tarte bus done. Loyal Canadians
would care little for this if it were
not for the fact that Mr. Tarle is a
Minister of the Government and a
sworn adviser of the Queen. Canadians think that it wonld he in better
taste If a man who is so much French
as Mr. Tarte should take himself off
to France and stav there.
Cornwall.July 31.���Some excitement
was caused here yesterday afternoon
over the finding of two boxes containing dynamite on the canal wharf.
Thc boxes bore no address or evidence
as to where they came from and were
sent to the police station for Bafe
keeping.
Ottawa, July 31.���The Canadian
trades and labor congress will meet
here September lsth. About sixty
delegates from all parts of the Dominion are expected. Ten are expected
from liritish Columbia.
HAMMOCKS
PRICES  $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
.awrenoe Hardware 60.
Nelson,   B. C.
PIPE SMOKERS
ATTENTION!
Ask   your   Tobacconist   lor
Smith's
Glasgow
Mixture    |THE
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
INCORPOn* ��*0 ��6T0t
Positively the finest Tobacco
for Pipe Smoking in the
market.
Lumber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
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Encyclopedia
Britannica
30 Vols, and Guide
Sonic years agu an effort was   made
to have Canadian geography taught in
the schools of the United Kingdom, in
some sort of manner striking enough
to attract greater attention to the Dominion. Tbe borne authorities were
not averse, and the movement nut
with very gratifying success. This is
now being followed up with something more ambitious, Wo have received from the publishers, Warwick
llros. & Ilutter. of Toronto, a copy of
�� text book for use  in   those   ichools,
prepared by Prof. I'cm k,   uf   Upper
Canada College, and wilh ihe hall
mark of the Minister of the Interior,
It is a volume of n hundred pages or
so, generally descriptive of the Dominion. There is nn historical sketch
that will give the student a fairly
clear Idea of \h.  country's origin 1 its
$49^50
$1.00 with order, balance in
monthly   payments  of $3.00
_CFThis   offer   good   for   a
short   time   only.
CANADA DRUG- &
BOOK CO.
MISCELLANEOUS
Advrrllt.nioii-1 Inwirtod under thi* head at
tho rate of one cunt a word pur liiHurllon. No
advertisement token for Io*h than is oonUi.
LOST���On _4th of .luly,   a crocodile
leather cigar ense; silver morog.ftm
.1. II. II.   Reward, $3.60. Miner otlice.
TO   LET���House   to   let    across   the
lake;  stove,  and   partly   furnished.
Apply 0. Newllng, Haker Street.
STOLEN���Two Fox Terrier Pups from
Henon's   bouse;   fill  reward  if  re
turned to \V. ,1. Heiron.
FIRST   CLASS   room   and    board   In
private family, 86,80, Carbonate St.
:; doors  cast  of  Josephine,     Tabl
board. SI.	
Mlts. Ii. KEILLY, formerly of Vancouver,   has taken  over the house
formerly  conducted   as a  iionnling
house on Ward Street, tlir*e doors
soulb of Post Office, nnd will rent lirst
class  furnished  rooms   at  moderate
prices.	
9, 0. GREEN        F. S. CLEMENTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyor!.
P. 0. Box Uf Nelson, B, C.
-i-^^-^i/gfe^'i^"- _&__$___
All The Latest News.
Specials From Victoria
Specials From Ottawa
Specials FromWinnipeg
Specials From Montreal
All The Canadian News
All The Local News . .
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I have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings- Sash Doors.
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PI LOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LARDO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD.
Publishes more Telegraph News than all
other West Kootenay Papers,     .     .     ,
DELIVERED AT YOUR D00RF0R
65 cents
PER MONTH.   50 CTS. BY MAIL
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An. nts fur I nr. I,:,   ,'lin, nil Wool anil
A-bestos   Co.
Real Estate, Fire  Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOR SALE.
Twelve lots, being the north hull'
of lilock KM), une lilock above
Nelsou 0)dh 82,1-10
Two good building lots ou Mill
Street       500
Fifty-loot lot on Vernon Street,
nenr Thorpe's factory    1,U00
l_ot on Victoria Slreet, near Miners'   Union      050
Three-story house on l'nrk St.
close to Baker St. All modern
conveniences   2,500
Seven-roomed houso on Mill St.,
one hloek from Stanley St    1,000
Ranch at Nine Mile Point, 77)i ncres,
10 ncres cleared, house and outbuildings, garden, etc.
HUDSON'S
BAY
COMPANY
MAKES TIIK HEST
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Highest awards at Winnipeg
Industrial   Exhibition.
Sold at
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Corner linker nud Stanley Streets,
NELSON, B. C.
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KOOTENAYCOFFEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Hest of
Quality, ns follows :
Java and Arabinn Mocha, per pound t   10
Jaia and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds      loo
Klne Hanlos, 4 poundti  " 1 OO
_anion Blond, I pounds  100
Our  -iMxilalllliind, II pounds  1 OO
Our Wo Uoant, II pounds ...'!" 1 00
A t_i.ii. oh nut _iil.KI.KD.
Sai.khuoiim.. ;
_ DOORS EA8T OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOOK, W. BAKER ST.
IVELSON,        -        b. G,
GRll01111.1. CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch diam. $18.50per 100 feet. For
immediate delivery in Nelson
apply.
J. 0. T. 0JROFTJ,
f. 0. Bex 676, Nelion, B. 9*
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 81.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Prop-
NELSON WINE CO.,
whoro vou nan depend ni Rotting tho best
lirandsin tin market and any quantity from
lOo. up,   rii...  oannol bo disputed,
'PHONE M.
Frank A. Tambiyk, Mgr.,
B akbr Str. .t, Nilson
ALEX. STEWART,
Room  3,  Turner-Boeckh  Block, Nebon,
Notary   Public,    Keal     1.1,1..    Insurance,
Mines, Loans.
FOR   SALE   CHEAP.
$150 only fnr a house and lot, hloek
21, Addition A.
$1,0(10 only for a house and lot, Stanley Street.
$-50 only for a house and lot, Rohsou
Street.
Inside residence lots and house,
Vernon Street; a bargain.
$225 ($25 ensh, rest on lime) will buy
lot in block 70 Ibis week ; afterwards
$2-0.
$700 will bnv house nnd lot, Front
St., nenr Chnlilich &  t'o.'s warehouse
.150 ($50 cash, rest on time) will buy
choice lot in Bn|<ustown, on car line
For Rent���House, $12.50 per month.
Molly (iibsou shares,
Wanted���Tamarao stock.
Atlantic S. S. Lines
__   , . Yrom Montreal
Allun Line Tunisian  Aug4
Allun ]-ino    Numidian Aug II
Dominion  Lino  Ciimbronmn July fl
I luminion Lino Vancouver Auk ll
Heaver  Lino Luslianla Auk 3
Heaver Lino Lako Chiunplain Auk U
From New York
White Slar Line Majenlle  Auk 1
White Htar Line Oceanic Attgl
OUD&rd Line Ktrurwi  Auk i
Canard Lino Oampama Aug 11
American Lino New York Aug H
Ked Stiff Line Wcwtornlaml Auk I
Anchor Lino Furi.e��.la July fl
Anchor Line Ancharia  Auk M
N.O.th L. Knlnor Wilholm.ilerGrows....Auir 7
N. U. U Lino AUor Aug 11
Allan Slate Lint SUte of NcbraHka...,A\iK *
_ , Krom Boston, Miuh
Cunard Line lvcrnia Aug    .
Ounard Line I'liuria Aug n
Paatagu arranged to ami from all European
pointh. For rata*. Ilcke.n and full information
apply to ('. V. K. depot agent or W. Y. Anderson, city PaaaengaT Agent, Nelson, ti. c.
W. P. Y. (TMMINGS.
General / gent C.P.R. Office _, Winnipeg
E. J.SCOVIL
MINING ll Itn 1.1 II.      NOTARY PUBLIC.
YVlnderinoro Mines.   Corresp ��� enosSolIoltad
WINDERMERE. 4. 0.
BT. JOSEPH'S  SCHOOL
Nki-on B. O.
A BonnllnK snil Hay School condllctod by
tho Sinters of St, Joseph of Peace. It ll lltt.
nled at. tliecornorof Mill anil Josephine streets
in ono of tho best residential portloniiof Nelson, and Is easily accessible from all parts
of I ho city. K   ���
The course of study lnnludos the fumlnmen-
Ul and higher branches of a thorough KiikMbIi
wiiicaUon IlusliiesB course-Boo-kcoiiliiif
Slmuiuraphj-and .ypo-rltliiK. Sclonco oourao
-MuBio, Vocal and Instrumental; Iimwlnir
"_- Needlework; Callstlionlce!
Kor t��rn_i an1 wrtlculan apply
Great West
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Gent.
On iiproTil Property.
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
C.W.WEST&CO.
Coal and  Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's   Nest   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -     -    $9.65
DELIVERED.
No order enn lie accepted unless
accompanied by cash,
OHlco Corner Hall nnd  linker Streets.
T-I.KPHONK U.S.
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. G.URD
Boom 1, Tnrner-Boeokh Blook.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING AGENT
Houses and Building Lots in All Farts
of the Oity.
WANTED- Good building lots down
town for client.   Also land adjoining;
city for Kni'denine.
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pny the highest cash price for all
kinds of second hand goods. Will bny
or sell anything from nn anchor to ��
needle. Fnrnitnre, Btoves, oaiperts,
cooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and Bee me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 800. Bell
Street, Nelson, B. 0.
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Nelson  Daily  Miner,  Tuesday   Evening;  July 31,  1900
AWEALTHOFKESOUKCE.
Enuland papor-Makors  Dallahted With   r.an-
adn's Pulp Kusourcos.
The members oomposlng the ilelega-
gation of British paper ninlicrs to 111"'
Dominion of I'amula ami the United
States wbo spent seven weeks looking
over Canada's vast pulp resources.
paper mil Is anil water powers, were
delighted beyond measure with all
they saw. In conversation witli Mr.
Marsdeu, that gentleman said thai
wb'lo the Knglish manufacturers were
not altogether ignorant of Canada's
wealth in this line, their present trip
had broadened their impressions very
much, especially what bud been seen
In thu Province of Quebec, including
(Irandc Mere,Shawenegan and Clileou-
Mini. He said that their visit, no
doubt would result in turning English
capital this way.
The Knglish paper manufacturers
have come to the conclusion that they
have to look elsewhere for pulp,Swedish and Norwegian niuritets being exhausted. What the delegates have
seen in Canada satisfies tbem that the
English paper manufacturers enn be
supplied from here for years to conic.
Mr. Mar-den added that the paper
manufacturers of England had very
little to learn in the mall u file tu re of
paper, cither in this country or the
United States. Paper is gradually
rising on the other side, and this
morning Mr. Marsdcn received a cable
Informing him that the price of print
paper had increased three cents.���
Review,
COUNCIL LAST NIGHT.
Although there was a long session
of the City Counoil last evening but
little new work occupied the attention of the Aldermen.
The question of supplying the residents of Fairview with water again
came up but was not settled and was
left until another meeting.
Thc tender for curbing Baker Street
from Steve Wilson at 81.1(1 per linear
foot was accepted.
A petition from the residents of
Water and Kront Streets asked that
the Council take, action to have the
squatters moved from the C. P. tt.
right of way along the water front.
Aldermen Wilson and Arthur were appointed to interview the Qovernment
and the 0. P. It. agents to request that
Immediate action betaken.
The local Telephone Company asked
if It might use the electric light poles
for thc stringing of their wires to prevent further poles being erected. The
matter was referred to tbe Board of
Works.
', In a report of the City Engineer upon the repairing of the electric light
dam it was stated that tbe dam at
present would hold 3,000,000 gallons
and run tbe plant III-:.' hours but if
raised 4 feet would contain 4,500,000
gallons and would run the plant ��� 1-'.'
hours. The cost of raising tile dam I
feet would be 87!i(>. It was ordered to
be raised 4 feet under tbe direction of
thc City Engineer.
Notices of Introduction of new bylaws were given as follows: Waterworks, Aid. Arthur; plumbing. Aid.
Morrison; weight and Bale of bread,
Aid. Wilson; prevention of vice. Aid.
MoKillop; pound and dog tax, Aid.
Arthur; shade trees, Aid. Morrison:
to regulate and license milk vendors,
Aid. Arthur.
The Clerk was ordered to ask tin
Medical Health Officer to make a report of the last six months' work.
SMOKE
THE   CELEBRATED
BRIAR  PIPES.
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linker St.
Direct Importation
HAVANA   CIGARS
All Ihe leading Hrnnd
Try NAPOLEON Chewing Tobacco,
Spokane  Falls  A
Northern R'v.
Nelson _A__ Fort
Sheppard R'v
Red Mountain R'v.
VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS
Are griiiul, but Skin Eruptions rob
lile ot joy. Hnoklen's Arnica Salve,
cures them; nlso Old Knniiing and
Paver Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons,
Corns, Warts, Cots, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds, Ohapped Hands, Chilblains,
Best Pile enre on earth. Drives out
Pains and Aches. Only 25 nts. a box.
Onre guaranteed. Sold by Camilla
Drug St Book Store.
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO & SLOCAN HAILWAY
INTERNATIONAL NAV. A THAI). CO.
Schedule of Tluio.       Paoiflo Standard I'bnc.
MrecUve February Int. Iimo
KASLO A 81X)CAN KY.
Passenger trsin for Sandon and way slat Ions
loavos   Kaslo at 8 a. m��� dally.    Returning,
loaves Sandon nl, 1.16 p.m,, arriving at Kaslo
at 9.66 11.1ii.
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TRAD. CO,
Operating on Kootonay Lako and Rivor.
Str. International" leavos Kaslo for Nolson
at 6 a. m, daily oxcopt Sunday. Returning,
__ve". No's��n &t (i.<n P.m., calling at Hnlfour,
1'Hot Bay, AlnBworth and all way points. Con-
neote with S. Y. A N. train to and from Spokane at Five Milo Point.
LARDO-DUNOAN  DIVISION.
SUamer Argonta loaves Kaslo Tuesdays anil
I ridavH at i; ��, m. (or tho head of navigal ion on
BeUpper Duncan Hiver; reluming leaves
Halls Landing Wednesdays and Saturdays,
Steamers oall at principal landings in both
itlJJoUoiui, and ��t othor points whon signalled
it____ ft1*��� In ��11 points in Canada and tho
United States.
To ascertain rates and full information adores, i
ROBERT IRVING.
  w<Mm_or. Kaslo. R.O.
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 with 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,
Lk.ve. Day Train. Aukivk.
II) ,35 n.m Spokane 7:10 p.m,
12:0B p. m Bosslnud "> :80 p.m.
9 :80 ll, 111 Nelson 8:(K) p.m.
Night Train.
II An p.m Spokane 7 :05 n.m:
11 -.till p.m Hosslaud (I;*) n.m,
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Wash
O. K. TACKABURY,
Agent, Nelson, B.O
DRINK
THE   BEST
BEER
Anlieuser-
Busch
Si. Loll is
Lager
To be hud wholesale at Nelson.
1^. P. Hjtiiefc Sl
Co., Lld-
A. B.GRAY, Baker St., Nelson
Kootenay Aueut.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Linos West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service.
Departure   and    Arrival   Time   of
Trains  and   Steamers.
Depart from                           Arrive  at
Nelson                                  Nelson
Steamer    nirivos   nt Nolson
from the east, Crow's  Nest
branch     nud   intermediate
points 2.80
7. In Train leaves Nelson for Kossland and intermediate
points, and via Rohson for
north, Revelatoke,the main
line and Pncilie const poiuts.
7.80 Train leaves Nelson for Sandon and intermediate points
and via Slocun Lake rnnto
for north, Kevelstoke, the
niuin line and Paoiflo const
poiuts.
Train arrives at Nelson from
Rosslnnii and Intermediate
points 10,
Steamer nrrives at N'elson
from Knslo and intermediate points 11. oO
15.30 Trains lenves Nelson fnr
Rossland, Greenwood nnd
intermedinte points.
1(1.00 Steamer leaves Nelsou for
Kaslo und way points.
Trnin arrives nt Nelson from
Rossland and Greenwood
and intermediate points,
and from Kevelstoke, the
main line, and Pacilio const
points 18.41
Train nriives in Nulson from
bandon   mid   Intermediate
points,nud from Kevelstoke,
the main line and tbo Pacifio const points 10.80
22.80 Steamer leaves Nelson for
Crows Nest brunch aud nil
poiuts east.
W. F. ANDERSON,
Trav. Pass. Agent
Nelsrn
K. J. COYLE,
A O. P. Agent,
Vanocnvnr
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle,
UNION MADE.
Gamble & O'Reilly,
Civil En.i , Provincial Land Survivor*
R��AL    E.TATA,    UaURANO*,
And Gir._i.AL Aqintb
R��NT��   COLI.OMD LOANB    M_DI
Baker Street, Nelson, B. C.
Nelson EniDloyuient Agency
WANTED.
Dishwasher,  *40.     WuitrosB.     Jinn
and wife for laneh.
J. H, LOVE, Aft,, Baker St
KOOTENAY CIGAR MFG. CO
NELSON, Ii. 0.
Canada Permanent andWes-
tern Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head office toronto, ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to ti. I- LENNOX, Baker St.,
Nulson.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALACE DINING AND OBSERVATION
OAfiS.-MEAL-Ial-OARTE.
PYLE'S   PEARLINE
[Large Size
15  CENTS
For Sale By
Western Mercantile Co. Ltd
Close connection Kast and^Weft-
bottnd at Spokane with trnins nf the
trains of the Spokane Fulls and North-
era Railway.
Direct, connect ion nt St. Paul without chaiiK'' ��f 'l��'ilot wl"5 "n trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and nil points West, mnl South.
Leaves Spokane daily for Enst at 10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokano daily lor West at 7:45 p.m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria nnd Vancouver,
Portland, Snn franolsoo, and all points
on the Bound,
During the season of navigation East
bound trains conned at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North West
and North-Land oftheNorthern Steamship Oompany Line, uperated In connection with the Great Northern Bail-
wi,y' . ,     ,. ,ii
For further Information, maps, towers, eto.,apply tunny ajjentofSpokane
Falls 4 Northern Ry., Knslo St Blocan
Ry, Kootet al Railway & Navigation
Co., or to
F. I. WHITNEY.   H. A. JAOKSON,
Goul. Puss. & Tkt. Agt.   Oom'cl Agist, Paul, Min      Spokane. Wash
Wholesale  Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINKKAl, WATERS
rpHORl'K & CO. Mmllod Cornor Vornon
X, uml Cedar StrouU, Nelnon���Mamifaolur*
rr.. of and wIiuIokqIo doaloi_) In aoratad water*
unit fi*ii11 ni rupH,  Solo auontH for Halcyon Hoi
Springs mineral water.  Tcluphono w>.
NKLsoN   SODA    VVATKR   FACTOU?
N. M, ('iiiiuiiiiis, IjOfUIoq���Hvury known
vuiiety of Hoftdrinka,   Po jtox 88, Tolephono
No. :n. Hoover __iruut, Nelson.   BotUeraof tho
lunoiiN jsi. Loon HotHpringH Minora! Wator.
C1UAUS
KOOTKNAY tHGAll MANUFACTURING
CO. MannfuoUu'orH of Llio Koynl soai
mil Kooliimy -telle Cigars, Factory and
illlce, Hnker Mrcel, NolflOU.
COMMISSION  MEUCUANTS
I I .!. KVANS A CO.-linker Street, Nol-
II.* hoii Wholonolo dealers in liquors, ot*
KOl'Oi cement, llru brick nnd lire clay, Water
pipe and blool rails, and general ruiiiir.iirji.iun
merchants.
FRUITS AN!) CONFECTIONERY
TA. M'DONALD   Madden Blook. Nolson-
��   Knijis, loo cream, "U. ti." ohooolates,
iukIi cIosh confootiODory.   Ice Oroam Parlors.
CHAIN.  HAY AND CEREALS
J>RACKMAN-KHR MILLING CO., Ltd.-
> \\ UolUrialo and retail dealers in grain,
nay. Hour, feed. Mills al Victoria, Now Wcul-
tntnator; hdiuouton, Alia. Jtitevatore on Calgary and l.tliuunlon Railway, Manufacturers
uf the oolobraiod ti. be ___, brand ceroalH.
CKOCKIUES
A MAODONALD & Co.-Cornor Kront
��� ami Hall (streets���Wholesale grooero
turn jobbora in blankuLs, gloves, rultts, boots,
rnbbuiv, iiiaekinaws and nunors'suudnos.
ARCHITECTS
CANK & MACDONALD III. Cane, .lames
A. Maodonald)���Arobitocta ana BUperlD*
toudenu. Broken Hill Ulock, oornor liakur and
Ward t-treotSi iNclson.
LUMBER
\TKLi_ON SAW AND PLANING MILL-
JA Ollice corner Hall and Kront Si.rot.ta,
..Olson���Lumbor( ooiltog, llooring, and every
thing In wood for building purposes. Gel our
prices.  Correspondence souotted>
KUKSll AND SALT MBATS3
1_t   BURNS & Co.-Hakor Street, Nelson-
.  ���   Wholesale dealers in fresh and cured
irieais.   Cold SLoragc.
WEST   KOOTENAY   HUTCHKK   CO.-
li.-kcr Slreet. Nelson���Wholotsalo dealers in fresh and cured meats.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
\|'LA< ULAN BROS. (Successors lo Van-
XtX coiiver HardwareCo. Ltd.UtakerStreot,
Nelson W holosalo dealers in hardware and
raining auppUea, plurabors' and tlnamithe' supplier'.
XTKLSON MAltDWAKK CO.- Wholesale
_i_!i paints, oils and glass; mechanics' tools.
Agent* foi Ontario I'owder Works; dynamite
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rpUHNKH, BKKTON & Co. Corner Vernon
_L and Jooophtno Streets, Nolson -Whclfr
nolo doalora in linuors, cigars, and dry goods.
Agent* I'or I'abst BrewingQuol Milwaukee
and Calgary Browing Co of Calgary.
If UDSONS BAY Co.   Wholesalo grocerio.
1    nnd Hquon eta, Baker Street, Nelson.
/ .ALIKOKNIA WINE CO., Limited-Corner
V' Kronl, and Hall SlreeU, Nelson- Whole
sale dealers in wines ua-e and bulk), and
domed lo and impoited cigars.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & FRUITS
J V. GRIFFIN & CO. Corner Vernon and
��� Josephine streets, Nelson ���Wholesale
dealers in provisions, cured meats, butter and
eggs.
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
Nelson Coke anfl Gas Co.,Ltil.
Baker Street.
EVERY   DAY
���AT THE-
CLUB HOTEL.
Big Schooner
Beet nr lliilf-iinil-lliilf only
10c
ALWAYS FRESH AND COOL.
Tha only k'""1 Beer in Nelson.
1 lor. Bt iinky ,ind Milieu SI rectii.
ED CURRAN, Prop
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers <if Pine La����r
Beer and Porter,
DUOP IN AND BEE US.
Nolson, B. 0.
OSLER  &  M'DOUQALL,
Mining and Heal Estate Agcnta,
Houses and Lots on Reasonable Terms.
Hee Our Lists,
OIHce, Victoria Streot, Opposite
Phair Hotel,
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Economy Is Wealth
You cannot make money easier than
by saving it on FOOTWEAR.
W<: lit your feel and your pocketbook
also. You can only judge the value of
our low prices when you see the splendid
footwear we give you.
Call today and economize.
������������������������
LILLIE BROS.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, ��C C.
Branch Mai-kets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Easlo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have caretul a*d orompt attention.
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We   are now diiin^  business in
OUR NEW STAND
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
Next to Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see  all our
OLD customers and many NHW ones.
Give us a call.
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KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
Telephone 10. P 0 Box, K and W
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West Kootenay Butcher Co.
AU,   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAll
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
.. . STORAGE ...
Storage space to rent; good, clean and cool;  at  reasonable
rales.     Apply to
The Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, Macdonald Block.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
<-11K11I rnlil-ap.    .   .    .    iM.ns.vojn.-i> I  ��<����� *l,7��o,e��o.d
nonrtl ��r Dlreetoni  Thornon V_ Kimnv.   Pronldont;   Thomas Rttebls. Vlno-rroiiidonl.
Wiley -inilli, It. G. II1111I1I, lion. II. II. Foliar, M.L.O., lion. Imviil MocKoen.
lll'IKl  4��III.'.'.  IllllirilV!
Oeneml MuniiKcr. Ektbon U Peaaa. Montreal.
Buperlntendoul of Branobea. nnd Bocretary, w. U. Torranoa, Ilalifm.
IiiMpri'lor. W, ., Brook, llnlifux.
Inspt'iitor II. M. Btewart, Monlrenl.
Itriinrhf. I
-ova -rolla-llnlifnx llmnnli, Anllk'nnlsli. Ilriilnowiiler, flnynlioro. Londonderry, I.illicnhiirB.
MnlUiind illiir.i-('o.i. Plot   PortBawkoab-iy. Sydney, -hubonaoadle, Truro  Woyniouih
.\ew iti nn. l.i. Bathnrat, Dorehealor, Praderloton. Klnoston iKeni Co.l, Moncton, Now-
caHtle,Siiekvlllo. WoiKlHloi'k. I*. I- EmIj.ii.I I'hnrlotli'Uiw n. Hummoraide. Un^lirr��� Montroal
(City Offloo), .Montreal. W'i'bl End (I'm'. Noire Dame and BugnOUraStreetB)] WoHllnount ICor.
(Jreeno Avenue and Sl. Catharines .Ireei. Onliirln intawa. -onfoundln-d- Sl. John I
< 11 Im, Wail ladlCS   Havana.  I lulled Hiatal   New York III! Kxohange Plaoe) Itoimlille, Wiwh
BRANCHKH IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
Correspondents 1
Canada-Merchant* Hank of Canada.  Boilon���National Bhawmnl Bonk.  CMeaga��� Am-rioa
Nulional Hank.   H��n  f rmrlwo- Klrnl National  Itank.   London, Kim. - Hank of  Scotland,
rarls,  I'rnnee    Credit   l.yonnaiH.    IteiMiiiila    Hank of tlerinlnla.    i liliin nit.l .Ininui     I Iniii:
KmiK and Bhangh-I IlankliiK Corporallun.
(ieiicinl Banking Business Transacted; Sterllnfr Bills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the moBt favorable terms,   Interest allowed on special
deposits and 00 Saving Hank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
COAL   MINERS
Steady employment will be given
to   25   good   coal   miners  at   the
Canmore mines, Alberta.
Till-: H. VV. M'NEILL CO. (Ltd.)
VV. F. Little, Manager.
E. P- WHALLEY, J- P.
NOTARY   PUBLIC
Offloe With 0.   W.   West Ss   Co.,   Cor.
Hall anil Baker streets.
City Oflice of  the Nelson Soda Water
Footer..
 If,
CHARLES ST. BARBE,
Stock ani Share Broker.
OENFRAL AGENT.
CHUKCH hlKKCTOUY,
>. s.w 1 (if it's I h. NiM.iHii t 1'urnrn t'ornor
Ward utiii BlliOB Bts. Bundayij Holy t'om-
M11111I011 H 11 111.; nnd on tho lwl uml.'.rd HunduyH
in lho nmiiih after Mai I ins; Mattln* nt 11 h.iii.;
8undayBchool2t80p._n ; Bvenioiig7.80, Daily;
"' ''mi ,: ���> ������:-��� a. ni. Thursday., nnd SainT-
Dayil Holy Com tn anion 1" n. in. Kridayn:
Evennopg f.80 p. III., followed by choir practice. H. H. Akchui-Ht. Koctor. Krod Irvine,
Geo. Johnntona, Wtirdtmn.
Catholic Church���Comw!Ward nnd Mm
streets MaM every Hundny at 8 nnd 10.00 a.m
Mencdietion at h'Mi ti.ni.   Mann every WOW day
nt 7.100-01,   ROV,   rather  Ferland Hector.
Pkkniivtkhian I'liURCii���HorvicoMat 11 a.m.
nnd 7.80 p.m. Sunday BohOo] at 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Thurwdny evoninR at 8 p.m.;
Chrisiiun Kndeavor Society rnooi- every Tuoh-
dny cvoniti�� ii*i I o'clock. Hev. H. Krew,
PnHtflr.
Mkth��..)Iht Chuhcii���Cornor Silica and
Jowphino BtrOflts-. Service* at ll a.m. and 7.30
x m. ; Sahhnth School, 2,'M p.m.: Prayer moot-
n(f on Friday BTOOlng at ft o'clock: Kpwnrth
LmgUOQ, I.., Tuesday at 8 a.m. Hev. John
Hohi*on, PnHtor.
Haptikt (.iiritcn - HitvIcoh morninw nnd
ovoiiinttat, 11 a.m. ami 7..'*0 p.m.; Pniyer meet.
in�� Tnunjday ovonlng at s p.m. tho ti, Y
P.TJ. TucKday evenlnK at 8 o'liloek. StraiUforn
enrlially woiOOWOtl Hov. O, J. Coulter Whito,
Pastor,
bAiA'ariON Ahmy���Sorvlo h overy ovnninff
at 8 o'cloch In barraoki. on V otorl ��trwt
Aujudant Kdgeoombfl tn charge, Nelson Daily Miner. Tuesday Evening, July ji, igoej.
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BOERS
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ARE   SURRENDERING
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AND   SO   ARE   WE.
1 We are Surrendering Half of the Regular Price on Every Article of
H Summer Goods in Our Store.
W PARASOLS-Kve dozen, of fine quality Union Taffeta Silk, steel rods, all different styles of handles in attractive
�� designs including sterling silver, trimmed, pearl, horn and Dresden.   Regular prices ranging from $1.50 to $8.
m Every one to be sold at from 75c to $4--EXACTLY  HALF  PRICE.
DRESS SKIRTS-One dozen and a half Ladies'Summer Skirts, ranging in price from $3 to $4.50, all to be
cleared at EXACTLY  HALF PRICE.
THESE  ARE  BARGAINS.
Martin   O'Reilly   &   Co.
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LOCAL AND   PERSONAL
Mr. II. It. Cameron bus been ap-
polnted agent of the Odd Fellows'
Building Society of this city.
Miles Barret, who formerly wns
foreman of tbe Hull Mine- Smelter,
bus accepted a similar position with
the Granby smelter at Grand Forks.
Nearly 800 members ol the Presbyterian Sunday School and tbeir friends
went to the picnic excursion on the
Moyie to Goldsmith's ranch this morning.
Tbe grade of Baker street down to
the new Canadian Paoiflo station is
about completed and today work upon
the construction of tbe bridge across
Cottonwood (reek was begun,
Tbe lacrosse club cordially invites
all lacrosse players in the city to
attend practice at the recreation
grounds at 0:30 o'clock this evening.
The practice is for tbe purpose of
Beleoting a team to play Medicine
Hat.
The Nelson Intermediate base bull
team have arranged for a game with
the Kossland team to be played there
next Sunday. The buys have a good
team and they will practise every
night this week, so as to be able to
put tip a good game in Rospland,
Tlie last payment but one on the
Juno property was made through thc
Bank of Halifax yesterday by Charles
Parker, mining engineer, Mr, Parker also bonded this morning tho Star
property, on Eagle Creek, to California purchasers,
Hume: W. A. Preston, jr., Mine
Centre: Wm. Brydson, Toronto; \V.
\V. Wood, Trail; C. I'. Broad, England; G. A. Stone, Montreal; J. \V.
Armstrong, Toronto; J, Balfour, l.cn-
noxville, Que. ; ,1. S. BiBsel, Wooster.
Ohio; V.. P. Murdock, Sandon,
N. O, Stewart has just come down
from the Lorelei group, whioh is situated at the bcnil of Grohmnn Creek,
He and bis partners, F, Proves! and
ll. .arrell, have four men al work
running a seventy-live fool tunnel one
hundred feel below tho old one in tap
tin load.
The Revelstoke dun Club Is arranging to hold a tournament ut the end
of AuguBt. A number "f excellent
trophies will bo hung up with a long
list of sweepstakes, handicaps, etc.
Invitations will be extended to all
gun clubs iii the district to attend
the shoot.
Development work is going ahead
steadily around Grouse Mountain this
summer, ami while a small amount nf
ore may be Bhlpped, the existing conditions will prevent anything in the
way of targe ore shipments, there will
no doubt he Bufliclcnt work done to
pul put several properties in shape lo
ship as soon as transportation facilities nllcr. Fort Steele Prospector,
The details of a rifle match between
thc Rossland and Nelson   rliii inpn-
nles have been arranged and the match
will occur next Monday at Kossland,
The conditions are seven shot. ;,i n,,.
���Jllll, B00 anil 000  yards range with one
slghter at oach range, using the service rifle and ammunition, Tlie mun
will shoot kneeling at tho 800 yards
range and prone, head towards target,
at thc other two. The Nelson team
will be chosen lit a meeting nt the
Armory Thursday evening,
At the tennis grounds tomorrow afternoon the finals in the open singles
and ladies' handicap doubles will be
played. Messrs. Williamson and Macrae will compete in the singles and
the doubles will be between Miss Bensusan ami Miss Hammond and Mrs.
Stewart and Mrs.   I'ollok.
The following oflicers were elected
at a meeting of the Cascade (lold Mining and Milling Company yesterday:
President, Frank Hunter, New York;
vice-president, L. Craig; secretary,
K. X. Oulmettee; treasurer, .1. D.
Reagh; directors, the above officers
and W. B. Towsend, S, .1. Brallo and
Ed. Ter/.lk. The company has sold a
large block of stock in the east and
will proceed with development as
soon as the engineer has outlined
plans. - Hosslaud Record.
The friends of William Henry Robson. of Birmingham, Kngland, who
died recently,arc anxious tocoiiimuni
catc witli bis brothers Messrs. James
ami Henry Robson who came to British Columbia to engage In mining,
The widow of Mr. Robson is now living In Toronto and a letter addressed
to Mrs, Henry Robson, 13 St. Lawrence St., Kast, Toronto, would elicit
further Information, Any Information sent to Mrs. Kobson will he appreciated.
Hector McCrea of Rossland, has received the information that at the
last meeting in London, ou -luly l.'lth,
of the London & Canadian Syndicate.
the company furnishing the capital to
develop the properties of the Boundary
Creek Mining St Milling Company
near (ireenwood, it was decided to
issue 7,oou preference shares of the
pur value of ��1 each for the further
development of the property. It was
also decided to plat a townslte of 540
acres adjoining (ireenwood, sell the
lots and devote the proceeds to the
development of their mineral interest.
The members of the Nelson foot
hull club will interest themselves in
laying before all the teams of the
Kootenay district the matter of forming n league to play a series of games
during the ooming fall for a trophy,
The tenuis thut will probably be Interested in the matter are those from
Kaslo. silverton. Trail. Greenwood,
Rossland, Grand Forks and probably
two tennis from Nelson. The necessary
arrangements will be made in the
near future, and as foot ball is one of
the leading sports of the Kootenays it
is hoped that the scheme will be successfully carried out.
The request of the wholesale meroh-
chnnts of Nelson to the Canadian Pacific for a concession in freight rates
was handed to F. Vi. Peters, assistant
general freight agent of the company,
yesterday, This morning it was forwarded to tin1 head oflice at Montreal.
The Association is trying to obtain
the same privilege as is now held by
Winnipeg, whieli increases the latter
place's power as a distributing center.
The petition does not nsl< for any concession of rates ou any goods com in j;
lo Nelson, but that something be done
Alexander Maslonka, who is about
10 years old and, who was arrested
Saturday night on the charge of stealing a silver watch from a shuck owned by C, Kirscb, was brought before
Magistrate Crease this morning. He
was committed for trial at the fall
assizes, lie will be locked np at the
Provincial goal until that time,
To have the river stocked with salmon has been a problem which has
been under consideration for sonic
time by the citizens of Nelson and
also by the Provincial Government, It
is known that salmon come up as far
as Bonnlngton Falls but they have
never been known to collie any farther. Many of the people are recommending the placing of a run at the
falls. This is one of tbe questions
which will undoubtedly be discussed
at some length at the meeting of the
Associated Hoards of Trade at Nelson
next Thursday, It is thought that
the Hoard will ask the Government
for aid in this matter.
Manager Annable has about completed arrangements for putting a
stock company ill the Nelson Opera
House to commence on November 1st.
The company will consist of ten people and two plays will be presented
each week. The following arc sonic
of the attractions already hooked foi
dates previous to November 1st:
The Australian Comedy Co.. about
August 15th for three nights: Clara
Hammers Theater Company, week ol
August 37th; Clara Mathes Company,
week of September 34th; Gorton'i
Minstrels, October 13th; CoontD.Wl
400, October lsth and l'.ith; Breez;
Time Company,October :_".1111 and 30th,
At the special meeting of the Nelson Hoard of Trade, last evening, the
report which contained tlie names of
the Nelson delegates and questions to
be discussed at the meeting of the Associated boards, as   drawn up   by the
members of the council of the board,
was adopted. Another question for
discussion was also drafted. It is.
that the associated boards take steps
through the Government, or otherwise, to have monthly reports published, giving authentic Information
of the output of the mini's of this
proviuce. Thc executive committee
meeting of the associated boards will
be held at. tlie board rooms al s o'clock
tomorrow evening und the associated
boards wil] meet in the same place
Thursday at 11 a. in. JJ
Mr. ,1. .1. Campbell yesterday received notification that he had been
appointed agent ill British Columbia
of the Hall Mining and   Smelting Co.,
Ltd.   This will add considerably to
the duties of Mr.   Campbell, who   had
already   been   appointed   i nnercial
agent at this point, Capt, ,l. li. Gilford has already received notification
of his appointment aa manager of the
mining properties of the Hull Mining
and Smelling (o. in British Columbia.
He has therefore sole management of
the   Silver   King   and  other   mining
properties of tha company, Mr. Hedley Is manager, noi superintendent of
Mr. and Mrs. Vi. A. Macdonald
leave for tbe Lust tonight.
Messrs. C, Scott (lollway and Dun-
cull Ross have been appointed delegates from Greenwood to the associated Hoards of Trade of Yale and Kootenay to be held in Nelson.
Phair: '1'. Lyman, II. Lyman. Brook-
lln, Wash.; Frank Oliver, H. M. Rum-
ball, N. IS. II. Hulleli. Rossland: Mrs.
Sinythe, Cranbrook: ('. Dundee and
wife Rossland; W. B, Stevenson.Kaslo ; Frank Watson, Spokane; Lome
Beeoher, Rossland; F. .1. O'Reilly,
Ymir; Miss.I. 10. Payette, Portland,
dr.: M. K. W, Rathbone, Silverton;
VV.  F,  DuBois, Slocan.
It is authoritatively stated that a
big deal is in progress by which the
liritish America Corporation acquires
an interest in the Trail smelter,
which was bought from V. A. llcinze
by the C. 1*. It. The deal is partly
caused by the increasing output of
the Le Roi mines,which is growing to
large to.be handled in the one smelter
at Northport. It is also stated tbat
the War Knglc and Center Star combination arc about to become partners
in the snme deal.���Sandon Paystreak,
The following mining transactions
were recorded today: Locations���(lolden Key, two miles from Nelson by VV.
.1. McLeod; Holly Varden and Viking,
on Sheep Creek by Axel Cbindgrcii.
Certificates of work���On Hull Horn to
11. F. Arnold. Transfers��� From Otto
Stelling to A. McDonald, l-:i interest
in North Star. Morning Star, Altera-
to and a 1-- interest in the Miney
for a nominal consideration,
A notice was Hied that Thomas ,1.
Hampton, of Los Angeles, Oil., and
liis assigns the privilege for three
months to purchase the Star on Eagle
('reck, for 187,500, Payments arc as
follows: within live days, (1860, and
within '.Ml days 130,350,
S QUICK MEAL WICKLESS
OIL STOVES.
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Good  housekeepers are  profuse in  their praise.
No  wick.     No  smoke.     No  smell.    We  have
also a nice line of small Oil Stoves from $1.00 up.
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M'LACHLAN   BROS.
SU-CliSSOKS   TO
Vancouver   Hardware  Co.,   Limited
Baker Street, Nelson.
A POWDER MILL EXPLOSION
Removes everything in   sight; so do
drastic   mineral   pills,   hut   both   nre
mighty  dangerous.     Don't  dynamite
thu deltoate   ninohinery   of yonr   bod)
with calomel, ototon oil or aloes pills',
when Dr. Kino's New Lifu Pills,
wiiich are gentle ns a summer breeze,
do the woik perfectly. Cures Head-
ache,Constipation. Only 2ba at Canada
Drug St Book Store.
"BLUB RIBBON TEA IS DELI0I0US.'
THE    WM.   HAMILTON   riANUFACTURlNG   CO.
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH.  ONTARIO.
CANADA.
Spring chicken nnd nil the delioanins
nf the sonson served to yon when you
visit Plorenoe Park Hotel at Roberts'
Ranch, two and a half miles up tbe
river.    W. M. Roberts, proprietor.
TENDERS   WANTED.
Tendon required for 7;'> feet of shafting and
a m. fool tunnel at the Blrdaeye Minn on
Morning Mountain. Bid* in be in hy sntur
day, August 4th, Full particulars on appttoa.
Hon to KltNK.T U. WILSON,
  Dirdseye Mine.
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at the following news stores at five cents per
copy
LODGE MEETINGS.
A
NKI.SON LODGE,   No. 23, A. F. A A
M. meets UOOnd WednoBrtfty  in ouch
month.  Visiting brethern weloome.
I. 0. O. F. Kootonay Lodge
No. 11!, iiiii-l- ovory Monday night,
at   thoir  Hat],  Kootonay slroet
Sojourning Odd KoIIowh cordially Invltod.
John A, Melloe, N.O.   II. W. Itutliorford, V.O.
Frod J.. iiuire, Per, Sec.
Ollhert Stanley
Thomson Stationery Co
ok
Canada Drug AcHook Co.
Bote] Humo News Stand
Ilotol 1'lialr News Stand
II, Campbell
C. Y. NoIhoii
J. Y. llelanoy
H. A.   Hradshaw
Slocan Nows Co.
Thomson llm .
Latnout, & Young
II. A. King & Uo.
Nelson
NoIhoii
NoIhoii
NoIhoii
NoIhoii
Ymir
Nowllonvor
KoHoborry
Slocan City
Sandon
Vancouvor
KiihIo
Qrccnwoud
and  News   Agents
trains out of Nelson
on  boats  and
g^^ywwwMwwwwH      vki SOf
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Pnr ��� 7T>l",?illv,_Fv��_%_l>   iii onth.   '
Ipcfl; ��� (b SM? I S^2> c
ns lo the rates on goods  leaving  Nel- the  smelter,   and has full  charge  of
son fnr the  surrounding  towns   Mr, |thatJportlon of the company's property,
present   management  the
I'etcrs slated this morning that it was
hard to say what would be done  con
cernlngthe request,
Regular   weekly   dsnoo   tomorrow
night at Luke I'mX Pavilion,
Under the
mine   ami
pendenlly.
smelter    ar
run     inile-
Regular   weekly  dance  tomorrow
night at Lake l'nrk Pavilion,
sight
best knows its value.
Hundreds suffer loss of sight.
Timely attention might have I^KKMBtf;.SEKSm
Semi yonr builnen direct to Washington!
���ave�� time,. �����i�� un, -otto, tervloe.
ACTUAL k-f_U_S__ *���������������*_*  " ��1-fifl
ACTUAL EIFERIENOt. Book "Bow toobuln P��Uli_ ������ .
a^g2nARra_H��m:
INVENTIVE   AGE
'E.G.SIGGEII8S,>^w4wCo
i ��-*V_MW''VI-rt*|��**vV____2^__
prevented it.
Examination free.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Patenaude Bros.
Watchmakers, Jewelers and Opticians,
NELSON   B.W.
Nolson Encampment No. 7. Moots ovory lad
anil 4l.li Friday of each in onth, In Odd ..flows'
Hall, comer Hakor und Koolnuay HlroolH.
NoIhoii. A. II. Clements, 0. I'.; II. McArthu.,
It. 8.   ViHJHnK.hrulliorH ulwayH welcome.
NKLSON   LODGE   No.    lb, K. otP
moots |��� k. of P. hall, Oddfellows block
.ovorv   Tuesday  ovonhiK at 8 o'olook
lijAU visiting knights cordially  invltod
L. Scott O. O.
Q, Joy. K, of It,and 8,
NKLSON  L. 0. L. No. IBM moots in Fra-
���rnlty Hall an lirst and 11
of each month at 8 o'clock.   ViHitini
cordially  lnvlti
Crawford, u. .,
tcrnity Hall on llrnt, and third Friday ovoulngH
of eaoh month at 8 o'clock.   ViHiting in     '
cordially Invited,   it. Robinson, W.M.:
in,':  llui
Will.
N-liiON'S QUKKN NO. 241
SONS OF KNOLAND, moots
llrnt and third Wednesday of
ouch month at Fiatornlty hall,
corner of  Hakor  and Kootonay
John Watson, Socrotary.
COURT KOOTKNAY. I. O. F., No. MW
Meetings nil Thursday of month. Fraternal
hall, J A Irving O, It.   P. It. Fleming, It,S^
LSON AK1UK No. 22, F. O.  K., moots
r Hocond and four! li Wodnondnys of oach
-'-    vi if mi:   members cordially   lnvit-
I*rosHi,t, Secretary.
NOTICE.
The Nolnon Tlnnera' Union having Menrsd
iin ii in.i,ii ,,i their employers, have agreed In
udoiil tho nine hour day, commencing August
I. All i niMii tlnnera wllt_ne1ue accept, this
notion. (Sgd.l      WM. I'AHIS, Sec
A. R. BARROW, a.m.lob
Provincial  Land  Surveyor.
Corner Viotoria and Kootenay Sts.
P. O. Box fig.. Telephone No. 9i

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