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Array Daily Edition No. 786
Nelson, British Columbia, Tuesday, July  24,  1900.
Tenth Year
NEWS OF THE
PROVINCES
(SPECIALS TO TIIK MINER.)
Victoria, B. C, July 24.���The House
got down to business in fine shape
yesterday disposing of the address
before they arose. Mr Mart in made
a brief speech in which his most
important point was a warning
that the Government must not
interfere with the Eight Hour Law.
That had come Ut stay, he said.
Before the orders of the day were
called, .1. I'. Brown, of New Westminster, arose and asked the Government what action they proposed taking regarding the present unfortunate state of affairs ou the Fraser.
Mr Brown was Informed that thetlov-
emment had the matter under consideration and hoped to   shortly effect   a
settlement.
Mr Martin pointed out that the fishing is now almost over and the lion.
J. II. Turner replied that no one
was aware of that fact better than he,
The address was moved by Mr Tat law
of Vancouver and seconded by Mr
Hayai'd of Metehosiu.
was scut for Immediately, but at last
reports there was small hopes of recovery. Why the wound was Inflicted
is not known as Windsor was in comfort aide circumstances and had no
reason for committing suicide.
WINNIPEG EXHIBITION.
Formally Opencil by tho Governor-General
Yesterday.
Winnipeg, July 24.���The big Winnipeg summer exhibition of lOOOwasopen-
ed yesterday by Lord Minto, llovernor-
Qeneral of Canada, in the presence of
a large crowd. His Excellency congratulated western Canadians on their
enterprise in holding such a mammoth
fair and predicted a bright future
for the Northwest.
Previous to the formal opening.
Lord Minto was entertained at
luncheon by the leading citizens and
directors and afterwards   made a tour
of the grounds inspecting the exhibits.
At night the Governor-General was
entertained at dinner at the Manitoba
Club.
The exhibition has opened most
auspiciously. Many predicted poor
exhibits and slim attendance owing
to the drouth, lint the large crowds in
the city for the week go to show that
the country is in a most prosperous
Condition,    A leading  feature  of   the
exhibition is the mineral exhibit from
British Columbia, which is displayed
in a building huilt entirely of British
Columbia tiuiber.
TUPPER IN LONDON.
Spoke at Annual Banquet of tho liritish Empire   I.e,mile.
London, July 84.���Sir Charles Tupper waa well received when lie spoke
this afternoon at the annual meeting
of the British Empire League at Mansion House. Lord Stratheona was al-
rso present and the Duke of Devonshire
presided. Sir Charles ctjpgratulutcd
the Australian and British Governments on Australian eonfederatlou
and contrasted the present prosperity
of Canada with pro-confederation
days.
He narrated a reply he made to au
I'nited States officer at Boston recently when it was suggested that Canada
was not united on tlie question of I visional boundary iu tbe disputed
sending troops to South Africa. He I Alaskan-Canadian territory having
replied: " There are cranks in every been completed in that part crossing
country." the Daltou trail aud touching the Por-
Referring to the   Imperial   problem ! cupine district, the  Americana  in tlie
now before the   British   Ministers  he   districts iind that   nearly   one half of
IN BRITISH TERRITORY.
Commission   Decides That Porcupine Minos
Are Not on tho American Side.
Skagway, July IH. via Seattle, July
24.���The work of delimiting the   pro-
reiterated the impossibility of Parliamentary federation. Sir Charles
warmly applauded the Imperial army
organization which had enabled 200-
000 men to be transported and kept
7,000 miles away in South Africa.
ENR0UTE  TO   CHINA.
Sir Charles Mllllor to Be Political Advisor to
the Gommaadlng Officer There.
Montreal, tine., July 24.���Sir Walter Millier of London, Eng..who was
recently appointed political adviser to
the Britisli military authorities in
China by Her Majesty's Government
left for Vancouver by the Imperial
Limited this morning. He was accompanied by liis private secretary,
C. A. Meanes.
Sir Walter, after his arrival at
Hong Kong, will proceed at once to
join thc Commander-in-Chief of tbe
British forces in China. "1 have been
appointed political adviser to the Coin-
niaudor-ln-Chief," he said In the
course of au Interview. "I know the
country thoroughly and speak tlie language, having spent, many years of
my life there. I was also consul for
twelve years at Pekin. 1 was lirst
Oriental secretary to the Embassy, I
have been connected with the diplomatic service for upward of thirty years, 18
of which were spent in the Celestial
Empire."
When questioned as to tlie possible
fate of the Ministers and foreigners
at Pekin he said: "Mr. Conger's
message is the most hopeful news that
has been received from the Chinese
Capital in a month. It may lie all
right, but the Chinese are foxy beggars, and 1 would not trust information received solely through Chinese
sources.''
the Porcupine gold mines are in
liritish territory. It has been the
general opinion for a long time that
the mines and in fact the entire Porcupine district wus on the American
side. Much of the Daltou Trail road
leading to Porcupine City also lies
within Canadian territory according
to the survey. The American miners
in the Porcupine have addressed
protest lo President McKinley. The
Commission will be in the vicinity of
Skagway a month delimiting the provisional line on the White l'ass aud
the Chllkoot l'ass.
were the Canadians McVittie, Lieutenant Smith, Morse, Liingstroth, Fleming and Milligan, who secured the
National Hi lie Association bronze
crosses and small sums of money. The
first prize In the Corporation of the
City of London Competition, -2.1, was
won by the Canadian McVittie. In
the same contest the Canadians Lieutenant Smith won ��15, and Morse and
Langstroth .-10, while other marksmen from Canada seemed smaller
sums. The American shooter Axtell
won a prize of a revolver in the Grand
Aggregate.
FROM   KASLO.
Minimi   Operations nro Brisk���Llborty  Hill
Bonded.
Kaslo, July 24.���Mining operations
around Kaslo are pretty brisk. Tlie
Lavinah. in the Laido-Duiican.is having ore ears and other material sent
in and this property will soon join
the ranks of the shippers. John Mc-
Kane and Alex Dick, of Rossland, arc
the principal owners. They both
went up to the mine last week. Another
property in the same region which
will shortly be sending out ore is the
Cliicora, belonging to the Cold Hills
Mining Co,, of Toronto, .lames McKay Anderson is the local agent.
J. .1. Fleutot has been pretty active
since he returned. He recently took
a bond on the Liberty Hill, a property belonging to W. Brlggs and
situated on tlie south fork of Kaslo
river.
Sudden death removed Miss Desmond on Saturday,
The Board of Trade has elected two
delegates to attend the meeting of the
associated boards whieli is to he held
in Nelson on August 2nd.
John Keen is expected back from
Victoria today. He has been at the
capital for some weeks.
The Kaslo Football Club is using
every endeavour to get together a team
to play the return match with Nelson
in a short time but it is difficult work
as several of the standbys are not in
town just now and may not return till
the prospecting season is over.
MAY   WITHDRAW
Presbyterian Forolgn Mission Board considers
bringing Missionaries Home.
Toronto, Out., July 211.���The following cablegram was received this morning by Rev. Dr. Warren, general agent of the Presbyterian Church from
Dr. McClure at Shanghai: " All
missionaries safe. Resumption of
work within a year improbable, wire
instructions."
A meeting of the Presbyterian foreign mission   board is   being held   to
consider the question of withdrawing
all of its missionaries In China until
things become quiet.
BETTER VENTILATED.
Ottawa, July 24.���Com. Robertson
has advised the agents of the marine
steamship lines which have registered
sailings between Canadian ports anil
Groat Britain that it is desirable that
holds and other parts of steamships in
which apples and cheese are carried
to Great Britain should be ventilated
by forced circulation during the voy-
age. In this connection the Minister
of Agriculture has authorized tbe payment of 8100 towards tlie initial expense of fitting up each approved
steamship, to be paid after such venting equipment has been kept in use
for at least three voyages.
THE   LIST   GROWS.
Ottawa, Out-. July 24.���The follow-
aides, were received from SirAl-
mg e
CIIARCED WITH PATRICIDE.
Lncan, Out... July 84.��� Gerald Sifton, a man of about III! years of age,
was arrested at Arva, a little village
near here, yesterday by Inspector
John Murray of the Provincial detective department. Sifton is held on
the suspicion of having been the
cause of his father's death, which occurred about three weeks ago. At the
time it was said the old man had been
killed by falling off a bam.
The father, whose name was Joseph
Sifton, it appears  was   to   have   been
married on the day of the accident to
a young girl many years his junior.
The statement is now made that when
the son Herald heard of the contemplated marriage he avowed that it
would never take place as long as he
was alive.    These remarks,  together
with fact that marriage might bring
other claimants for the old man's
fortune, hns lead the authorities to
investigate the matter.
Wales has given countenance to the
marriage of Jjady Randolph Churchill
and Lieutenant Coinwallis - West,
which it is said he originally opposed,
The Duchess of Devonshire was the
intermediary for the lovelorn couple.
Tha marriage has been set down for
the first week in August,
PLACER AT JUNEAU.
Seattle, July 24.���Juneau has a full
fledged placer mine excitement, according to advices brought from the
north by the steamer Rosalie. When
the vessel sailed from Juneau, June
18, a stampede was on at the placer
diggings on Glacier Bay 1.1 miles
distant. The bars in the mouth of
Glaoler Bay are said to contain   gold.
TELEGRAPHIC   BRIEFS.
Ottawa,Oht.July 24.���It is understood
that nn order-in-council has been passed commuting tlie sentence of Avila
Bourassi, of Montreal, who murdered
his wife last spring and was sentenced to death on August 23, to life imprisonment. Ilourassi is of unsound
mind.
London, July 24.��� The feature of the
operations on the Stock Exchange
here todny was the rise of from two
to four points in Chinese Loans,
possibly on the presumption of the
safety of the Legations at l'ekin.
Kingston, Jamaica, July 24.���Captain Midler, of the Herman steamer
Flandrla, which has arrived here
from Columbia, reports that the
Government troops entered Colon
from Panama on July 15, the latter
city having fallen into the hands of
the rebels. He asserts that Colon
is now in possession of the rebels,
having been easily taken on July 10
without a tight.
Ottawa, July 24.���Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Lady Laurier return this afternoon from Rockland where they
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edwards.
Kingston, July 24.���Bernard LomaB,
a former patient of Rockwood Asylum
who has been working in MeLeod'B
tannery hero for some weeks, was
drowned yesterday while bathing in
the river.
Chatham, July 24.���Chas. Colby,
the oldest resident of Kent county and
a pioneer of Harwich Township, died
yesterday aged 1011 years and five
months.
frcd Milner today: Capetown, July 22���
Regret to report the following casual-1 police stationed at each of the
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.
Ottawa, July 24.���Mr. Windsor,
manager of the Fish and Game Club
at Thirty-One Mile Lake is lying In
a very dangerous condition today.
Guests of the club were startled yesterday by hearing u shot fired upstairs.
Upon going up Mr. Windsor wns
found lying on the Hour with a amok
ties: illi. Trooper A. 1). V. Crawley.
dangerously wounded near Bethlehem,
July 21; 18H, Private R. Lett; 24811,
Sergeant A. Wetmore, died of  enteric
fever at Bloemfontein, July 21. Regret to report the dangerous illness of
7111.., Corporal 9. W. Coombs; 7011,
Private .1. Wilson, both Canadian Infantry! 185, Private L. Mulley, first
battalion Canadian Mounted Rifles,
(Signed)  Milner."
CANADIANS AT BISLEY.
London, July   24,-Among the winners announced yesterday In the shooting   for the   Grand   Aggregate   Clial-
GUARDINC CANALS.
Ottawa, July 24.���With  a   view   of
preventing a repetition of the Wolland
Canal dynamite outrage of  last April
the  (Iovernment   has   had   Dominion
Cnnail-
f
Ian canals. The arrival of some
these officers has occasioned rumors
to he sent out that plots were about
to be made at several canal centres in
Eastern Canada.
PELLETIER BETTER.
Quel July 24.-Sir A. P. I'elleticr.
Speaker of the Senate al Ottawa, who
was reported dangerously ill on Saturday, the last sail rites of the church
having been administered to hliu, is
now out of danger, and Is expected I"
I ut again shortly.
ing revolver by his side and a  bullet' lenge Trophy, at the  meeting of  the
wound Just over the heart.   A doctor I National Rift. Association at Bilty. J We to the ��orld sajs
Paris, July 24.���According to a telegram received here today from the
French consul at Tohong Ning, dated
Wednesday, July lsth, there has been
no uprising at See Chun, in the country iiortheaHt of that province, however, some missions have been destroyed.
Ottawa, July 24.���A story reached here from about one hundred miles
north of Manlwaki, that an Indian,
Si'iiadiek.had recently killed his uncle,
his wife and three children. Sheriff
Wright of Hull will investigate.
Sing Sing, N. Y., July 34.���Joseph
Mullen was   electrocuted in thc   state
prison here at 0:05 this morning for
the murder of Jonne.
Ottawa, Ont., July 84.���To a dele-
tlon of workmen who complained that
Contractor Bourque of Hull, who is
engaged on Government building work
in that city, had refuseiCto pay current wages to stonemasons, etc., the
lion. Mr. Mulock, acting Minister of
Public Works, said the Government
would withhold the payment for the
work if Bourque refused to pay the
current wages. The delegation were
highly delighted. __
LITTLE NEWS
FROM CHINA
Sheng Says Ministers are to
Be Sent to Tien Tsin
Under Escort.
(BY ASSOCIATED I'HRSS.)
Washington, D. C, July 24.���The
Chinese Minister received word this
morning from Sheng, the Director of
Railroads and Telegraphs at Shanghai, stating that the foreign Ministers were to be sent from Pekin to
l'ekin to Tien Tsin under escort, also
that the Imperial Government has not
only been protecting them but has
supplied them with food.
INTERVIEW  WITH LI.
New York, July 24.���Li Hung
Chang, in a talk with a correspondent
yesterday at Shanghai, is quoted in a
copyrighted dispatch in the World as
having said: ' 'The members of the
Legations are still alive, but an advance of the allied troops upon l'ekin
from 'Tien Tsin would probably be the
death herald of every white man in
Pekin. Then the conservative element
would be entirely overpowered by
the radicals. The causes of the present situation were lack of backbone and a wrong policy on the part
of the Chinese Government, while the
drastic measures of the foreign Powers
aggravated the situation.
"We thank the Americans for their
friendship, which we have always appreciated aud Admiral Kempff for his
justice aud forbearance in refusing to
join in the bombardment of the Taku
forts. We are trusting America to
stand by the integrity of the Chinese
Empire." Earl Li further said that
he conld restore order with less than
20,0011 white troops and added: "The
Boxers are a rabble not to be considered. I would turn to my side the
Imperial troops, too, but the Powers
do not want them and would uot permit it."
PRINCE   GIVES   CONSENT.
New York, July 24.���A London en
thc  Prime
of
Mr. R. L. Armit has just received a
letter from the well known mining
engineer. Auguste Mathez, of Deliver,
written from Tien Tsin on June nth
last, Mr. Mathez has been In China
inspecting the country as to gold mining possibilities', and writes as follows: "The country Is wholly undeveloped but full of   promise.    A more
utterly forlorn country Is Inconceivable, the poverty passes belief. We are
on our way home as soon as we can
gel out of here, lint things are in bad
shape and we may be penned up here
for some time. Suppose you have
seen accounts of the depredations of
the Hoxers. so won't at tempt to describe theni. We just got into
Tien Tsin on the I'.th, In the nick of
lime. We have a big force of marines
ou guard and feel safe, but the poor
fellows who arc outside, as we were a
few days ago, are in great danger."
Since the letter was written events
have happened to prove thc truth of
Mr, Mathez' prophecy.
FROM JAPAN MAIL.
San Francisco, July 84, Shanghai
and Yokohama newspapers received
by the steamer American from Karu
gives some interesting facts regarding
the situation in China and Japan.
Of the position of the foreign colony
in the British Legation, the Japan
Mail of Yokohama says:
"This is the time when to live In
Pekin at all, is to suffer terribly from
heat. With soil foreigners, including
many women and children crowded
in tlie British Legation and exposed
to the constant rifle lire of the Chinese the misery must be great. The
walls are high and thick and the defenders must have been forced to erect
stagings on the   inner side   on   which
riflemen could stand.
If the Chinese used artillery the
gunners would have to expose themselves to rifle   fire at short   range and
this, with the number of  good  sinus
among the marines,would be atlended
with very severe losses. The gunners
could not take up a distant position
and bombard the building effectively
without destroying much of their own
property.
"The provision question is the
worst. There are no ice plants in the
foreign Legations and they have been
accustomed to depend upon the Chinese markets for their daily supply
of beef and mutton. A certaiu quantity of preserved provisions were
doubtless in stock in the Hotel
l'ekin but nothing to feed   so   large a
number.
"The Japanese   Minister   at   Pekin
attempted tn oommunloato with 'Tien
Tsin after railway communication
was ended. He engaged a Japanese,
who speaks Chinese lluently. dressed
him in Chinese clothes, and hoped he
would escape molestation. The Boxers, however, detected this masquer-
ado, beat him severely nnd would
have murdered him had he not escaped Into a Swamp, where he remained hidden for several hours in
!thc water, only his nose being   above
the surface.   He finally  reached Tien
Tsin in a terrible plight.
"The troubles in China threaten to
bring on a financial  panic   iu Japan.
China has gradually become the greatest field for Japanese trade enterprise
and the practical closing of this
market is bound to bear heavily on
many large Japanese firms. These
firms are represented by big establishments in Tien Tsin and elsewhere and
Instructions have been sent to the
stalls there to lock up and return to
Japan when the journey is practical."
THE TROUBLE BEGINS.
Chinese Residents Commence to Suffer For
sins of Their Countrymen.
New York, July 24.���lu a Patterson,
New Jersey street car yesterday a
man charged a young Chinaman with
being a Boxer. The latter replied:
"Bloxees allee all rightec" whereupon
the man threatened him. The Chinaman drew a knife and stabbed his tormentor in the side. He then fled and
it took four policemen to subdue him
and convince him he was not going to
be killed. The passenger was not
dangerously hurt.
A laundry was wrecked at Sayville.
Long Island, and members of the
third battery, while passing through
Itivcrhcad had a row with laundry-
men there. The ,soldiers forced the
Chinamen to retreat to the rear of
their laundry and carried away their
slippers as sonveniers of the fight.
NEW MINING COMPANY.
Nelson Business Men Organize |the Nelson
Mining Company.
A new mining company called the
Nelson Mining Company. Ltd., is being formed among a number of Nelson's business men. The promoters
are (!.   Vi. Taylor, A. D.  Lambert,   J.
La ing stocks, Robert Robertson, Robert McGregor, E P. Crawford, W.
Lambert and S. S. Taylor.
The company has a capital of 810.-
000 to be paid to the full amount into
the treasurer immediately. The promoters intend developing one prospect
at a time, with an idea of pulling it
Into a proper shape, ready to be purchased by any syndicate.
Most of the promoters are practical
milling men and three of them were
the owners of the Joker mine lately
purchased by the Mansfield Syndicate.
The company is limited to the above
shareholders, and has no promoters'
stock.
TRAIN  WRECKED
Freight Train Coes through a Brldgo  on the
S. F. and N. R. R.
A. freight train heavily loaded was
badly wrecked near Myers Falls on tho
Spokane Falls and Northern late yesterday afternoon. The accident wan
caused by a bridge being destroyed by
fire. The Lugiiieeer and Fireman
Were severely injured, and traffic was
impeded.     I'p until late this afternoon
no further particulars of the disaster
could be learned.
PLANET MINING COMPANY.
A mining company, under a speoial
mining partnership provision of the
Mineral Act, called the Planet Mining
Company, Ltd.. Liability, has been
organized to operate five mineral
claims near Kaslo known as the Planet
Group,
Those connected with the company
are: Mathews (.ityinan, Charles (I.
Simpson, F, W. Lindsley, James
Kidihoiigli. W. Shackleton, P. 0,
Bhacklcton, John Burk and John
Laldlaw.
CAPE   NOME.
PortTownsend, Wu., July 24.���The
schooner Nellie Coleman  arrived   last
night from Cape Nome bringing thirty
passengers,   all of   whom   have   hard
luck stories to tell. Quarantine regulations will In- enforced against all
vessels arriving from Cape Nome.
Chicago, July 84,--Tommy Ryan of
Syracuse, and John Hoot of this city,
will flght tonight six rounds at I OH
pounds at the ringside. It Is expected to be one of the greatest middle,
weight battles ever fought,
' NELSON DAiLV MINER, TUBSDAV,  JULY 24, wq.
Nelson Daily Mirier
D. J. BEATON, Editor and Manager
MILLS AND BAGEHOT.
Some British Columbia Liberals,
who are more friendly to the Federal
(Iovernment than to the deposed Oov-
ernorof the Province and his faction,
desired to obtain an expression of
opinion from Mr. David Mills. Minis
ter of Justice, on the extraordinary
vagaries of that gentleman during the
yearn he was suffered to serve up surprises for the entertainment of the
public. In all thc Dominion there is
no one who can arrive at sounder and
more comprehensive views on constitutional questions than Mr. Mills,
and the pleasure r," reding him on so
interesting a subject as Mr. Melnnes
was in no danger of being confined to
his politioal friends and supporters.
Accordingly it was arranged in the
Senate that Mr. Templcniau should
ask some questions that would give
thc Minister the opportunity desired.
The result duly appeared in Hansard,
and a few days ago it was transferred
to the columns of Mr. Teinplciuaii's
paper,  The Victoria Times.
All readers of Mr. Mills's speech will
feel under an obligation to the Victoria Senator and liis friends. It did
not require the Minister of Justice, or
Mr. Bagehot, whom he quoted so
freely, to convince us that Mr. Melnnes made as wretched a Governor
as one was apt to find in a year's
search: but tlie manner of exposing
his faults is quite as great a treat as
would be expected from Mr. Mills. Mr.
Melnnes began wrong, and persisted
in wrong iu everything he did. Ik-
was clearly wrong in dismissing the
Turner Government in 1808, As fai-
as was known, the members elected
were evenly divided, and two elections
were undetermined at the time.
The (Iovernor had no right to
assume the Government's defeat. Mr.
Mills is quite clear on this point.
Even if the country had gone against
Mr. Turner, it was no part of the
duty of the (Iovernor to dismiss him;
that was the privilege of the Legislature,unless Mr.Turner himself had decided to accept the verdict of the people
and retire. It is a pleasure to read
Mr. Mills iu thi$ connection, he is so
positive and convincing in his condemnation of Mr. Melnnes for his
treatment of the Turner Government,
lie speaks ... the constitutional lawyer.
and there is nothing but censure to
say of the whole miserable business.
But as the partisan he refused to I it-
moved by the remonstrance made by-
Mr. Turner. As we saw the other day
in thc Mclnncs-Scott correspondence,
Mr. Turner's righteous protest was
held in abeyance until public interest
In the event had subsided, and then
it was quietly pigeonholed. Mr. Mills
is an excellent constitutional authority, but he is careful to keep a tight
string on his views when they are
likely to embarrass his party.
On two other points it is a satisfaction to know that Mr. Mills supports
the views taken by this journal. The
Miner has always claimed that Mr.
Midlines was wrong iu dismissing lb,.
Semlin    Government      A   contrary
opinion lias generally prevn '1 In the
Province.        After   reciting    tin    clr-
cumstanoes, Mr. Mills reached the
conclusion thni it was "a most Improper proceeding " And it was. When
dismissed. Mr. Semlin hnd undoubtedly
Control of the Legislature.     It was uo
part of the business of the Governor
to Inquire how that control was obtained, that being the  exeliisiv ���.
cern of thc Legislature In the lirst In-
stance and of the people afterwards,
The Miner has  also   maintained   that
Mr. Semlin was entitled toii dissolution, and It is a considerable gratl-
flcation to know that in this, too, it
is supported by Mr. Mills.
The city is not quite so ill bred as all
that, nor is it so completely in ignorance of the spirit of amateur sport as
lo fall into the error of imagining
that it is to be esteemed only in the
light of success. The Cranbrook players are young men who have little
time to practice, but who none thc leBS
enjoy a game and a holiday on that
account. We do not know about the
ball players of Nelson; but every citizen who knows what true sport is
will welcome the Cranbrook or any
other players whenever they choose to
visit us. if they come, as these did, in
the proper spirit. True sport is not
is not to be measured by any particular standard of proficiency.
Some young men belonging i,, Cranbrook, organised as a baseball club,
visited Bonland and Nelson, playing
with the clubs thero, and were rather
badly defeated.    Thcivii| ���M mnrn
ing contemporary says the Cranbrook
players have mistaken their vocation
and  "should   go  home   at oi   snd
stay there.'' We hope the yonng fellows from Cranbrook ��ill not ma|,(
the mistake of supposing lhat this i,
the language  of Nelsou   lu  genernl,
The trouble with the Boxers in
China is serving as an excuse for
the maltreatment of Chinese in different parts of the I'nited States.
The other day in Nelson a Chinaman was publicly assaulted without
any apparent provocation, and perhaps the same feeling was at the
bottom of it. Here and in other Canadian towns it is to be hoped the
authorities will see that no Chinaman
is persecuted because of politioal
troubles in his native country. He
is in no way responsible, and Canadians are expected not to so far forget themselves as to become eithei
cowards or riiftians.
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$49^.0
$1.00 with order, balance in
monthly payments of $3.00
��_FThis offer good to 25th
July.
CANADA DRUG- &
BOOK CO.
Canada Permanent and Wes-
tbrn Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loau on Strnight Mortgage.
Apply to O. U LENNOX, Baker 8t.,
Nelson.
COAL   MINERS
Steady employment will be given
to   25   good   coal   miners  at   the
Canmore mines, Alberta.
THE H. VV. M'NEILL CO. (Ltd
VV. F. Little, Manager.
Gamble &  O'Reilly,
Civil  Em ft)* ���������_>.   Pmovim��(*l   L_nd  Busviros*
Rial  EaT.T-,   Insi  ����� -    ..
AnO     GlNISIt     A��t NT*
R-NT��   Cut.--._0 _.(>*-���   M-O-
''   '    . .Mrert, Nelion, R. C.
0KU0IBLE OAST STKEL
WIRE ROPE
7-H inch diani. |t&U)per 100 feet.   For
Immediate delivery   in  Nelson
apply.
J. 0. T. CROFTS,
-. O. Box 676. Nolson. B. G��
MISCELLANEOUS
A,l\.nl���riiieiii- In.,to.1 nmlnr __��� haul nt
the rnlfl nt one cent a worcl per liiHorllon. No
-UvnrMmmenl taken forlorn Ihiui lUoentn.
MIIS.  II   UKIl.l.V. formerly of   Van
| ver.   lias taken  over the  house
formerly  conducted   as a taunting
house on Ward .Street, three doors
south of Post Oflice, and will rent first
class   furnished   tOOBS   at  moderate
prices.
FIRST   CLASH   room   and    lioard   In
private   family, go.    CarlHinnte .St.,
9   doors   east   of   .loHcphinc.      Table
board, lfi. 60,
WAN I Kit-lly  two Indies, positions
of cook ami waiiress respectively Id
milling cniiip 01 mill,    Room II, Urand
Central Hotel, Nelson.
WANTED  General servant.   Apply
lo Mrs. W. A. Maodonald, oorner
sinnley nnd Oarbonate Streets.
TO    I.KT. --Houso   to   let   serosa   the
like, stove, etc.   Apply O. Nowling,
Haker slreet.
A Snap In Refrigerators |
������������������������ 5?
We are clearing out the balance
of  our celebrated
Leonard Cleanable Refrigerrtors
At Exact Cost.
We have had a big sale in these this season and
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
don't want to carry any over,
sizes yet, from family to hotel.
Come   early   and   have   your
������������������������
We have all the
pick.
BROS.
Limited
KXX>000��00<XX!��t!OOffl<XX
M'LACHLAN
SUCCESSORS   10
Vancouvkr  Hardware Co.,
Baker Street,  Nelson.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   G.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mall receive careful and prompt attention
HAMMOCKS
PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware Co.
Nelson,   B. C.
Turner Beeton& Co.
NELSON.
VIOTORIA VANCOUVER LONDON, Eng
WHOLESALE   MERCHANTS.
LIQUORS,   DRY   GOODS,   ORE   BAGS.
CAR OF PABST BEER
Just arrived from Milwaukee
THE    WM.    HAMILTON   HANUPACTURINQ   CO
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH.  ONTARIO.
CANADA.
: '************vv*vwvvsrNv*w*vvv��vv**vvvv��vvwv*vvv*v ���
House Slippers
For Your Wife
We have a splendid line-the easiest
she ever put her feet into. Get
her    a   pair       only    $f .50.
������������������������
LILLIE BROS.
The Bhoeists
...STORAGE ...
Storage space to rent; good, clean and cool; at  reasonable
rates.    Apply to
The Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room a, Macdonald Hloek.
FOR RENT.-2 rooms in West Blook
Apply at offloe of 0. W, West �� 0^
PYLE'S   PEARLINE
,T*rge Siao
15   CENTS
Tor Sale By
Western Mercantile Co, Ltd
E- P- WHALLEY, J- P.
NOTARY   PUBLIC
Oilier With C.  W.  West St  Co.,  Cor.
Hull and Baker Streets.
City Offloe of the Nelnon Soda Water
-"���ctorr.
AEKATKl) AND MINKKAl. WATERS
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
THORPE A CO. l.lmitwl-l'ornor V8rpon|
on ot ami wholesale dealers In aernlecI watore
an 1 fruit syrup-. Sole aconta or Ha loyon Hot
Springs mineral water.   Tdeplume IK).	
NKLSON   SODA   WATER JAOTORY-
N. M. cummins, Lf_��e-Evory,-upwn
variolj.of '-.fl drink-.   PO Boxffi - Tjtoptone
No. ;ll. Hoover Street, Nelson.   Hoi tie not to
famous Sl. Leon Hot Springs .Mineral Unlet.
CIGARS
KOOTKNAY CIGAR MANU. AlTl   tINt
UO.���Manufacturers of tho ltoynl seal,
and   Kootenay   Bsllo   l'i-ar��.    Kaelory  aud
olllee, Hakor Street, Nelson.
Nel
COMMISSION  MERCHANTS
HJ. KVANS A CO.���Bakor Street,
.   son-Wholesale dealers In liquors, ol-
garb, eemenl, lire urick and lire eluy, water
pipe nnd -leel rails, anil general commission
merchants.	
FRl'ITS AND CONFECTIONERY
JA. M'DON ALD-Mndd
.   Fruits, lee cream, "I
hlKh class confeetlorrry.
Hloek, Nelson
... U." chocolates.
Ice Cream Parlor-.
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
BHACKMAN KKH MILLING CO., LTD.-
Wholesalo and retail dealers in grain,
hay, Hour, feed, Mill- at Vicloria, New West-
mlnsler; Kdinonlon, Aim. kilo.-tore on Oil
gary and Kdmonton Hallway. Manufaeturor-
of ihe oelebrated 11. S: lv. brand cereal-.
GROCERIES
A    MACDONALD   A Co.-Corncr   Front
.   and  Hull Street-���Wholesale  grocers
and johber- in blankets, glove-, mitts, hoots,
rubber-, inackinawH and miners' sundries-
AKCIHTECTS
C^IANK A MACDONALD (11. Cane, James
j A. Maodonald)���Architects ami -uperin
teiidonlH, Hroken Hill Hloek, oorner Haker and
Ward Streets, ftel-on.
<NCOr.P0RfV*O��6TO-
THE
HUDSON'S
BAY
COMPANY
MARKS THE BEST
������������������������������������������������������������������4
LUMBER
NKLSON HAW AND PLANING MILL -
Offloe corner  Hall and   Kront Streets,
.M'i'iui ijiniin'i'. fi'iiiiii;. flooring, uml evory
thing in wood for building purpose*. Uot our
prices.   Correspondence Holfuitvd.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
P   BURNS & Co.-Bakcr Street, Nelnon-
���   Wholesale dealers in frosli and cured
ineau.   Cold Storage.
WEST   KOOTKNAY   BUTCHER   00.-
1 Inker Street, Nelnon���Wholesalo deal
ors in Uo_\\ and cured meat*.
HARDWARE* MINING   SUPPLIES
M'LACHLAN BROS. (BuooeMOn to Van
couver Hardware Co, Ltd.) Baker streot,
Nelson���Wholesale dealers In hardware ami
mining supplies, plumboru' and tinumithH' supplies.
NKLSON   HARDWARE  CO.- Wholesalo
paints, oils and glhns mechanics' tools.
Agents foi Ontario Powder Works; dynamite
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rpURNER, BKKTON fcCo.-Corner Vernon
X and Josephine Streets, Nelson���Whclo
sate d.-ul.'i. in liquors, cigatH, and dry goods.
Agents for Pabst lire wing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.
II
UDSON'S BAY Co.- Wholesale gfocorie*
and liquors etc.. Baker Street, Nelson.
CCALIFORNIA WINK CO., Limited-Corner
J Front and Hall Streets, NeUon���Wholesale dealers in wines (case and bulk), and
domestic and imported cigars.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & FRl'ITS
JY. GRIFFIN & CO.-Corner Vornon and
���   Josephine  Streets,  Nelson ���Wholesale
dealers in provisions, cured meats, butter and
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
Helsoi Gike anil (las Co., LIU.
Baker Street.
EVERY   DAY
���AT THE-
CLUB HOTEL.
Big Schooner
Beer or Half-and-llalf only
10c
ALWAYS FRESH AND COOL.
The only Rood Beer in Nelson.
Cor. Htanlor and Billon BtrooL.
ED CURRAN, Prop
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Potter,
DROP IN AND BED US.
Nelson, Ii. C.
OSLER & M'DOUGALL,
Mining and Real Estate Agents,
Houses and LoIb on Reasonable Terms
See Our Lists,
Office, Victoria Street. Opposite
Pluir Hotel,    U
������������������������������������������������������������������
Highest awards at Winnipeg
Industrial   Exhibition.
Sold  at
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.   ���
Corner Baker and Stanley Streets,
NELSON, B. C.
GreatWest
Li Assurance Go,
riONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent
On IijmiI 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
DEMVBRBD.
No order can lie nceepted unless
accompanied by cusli.
OHlca Corner Hall uml linker .Streets
T_L_PH0N_ 33.      ���'���   M
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. GURD
Room 1, Turner llocckli Blook.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING A6ENT
Houses and Building Lots in All Parts
of the Oity.
WANTED���Por client, a good business
investment from $2,0<X1 to 85,000.
SILVER KINO MIKE
Will pay thu highest casb prioe for all
kinds of seoond hand goods. Will bny
or soil anything from an anchor to a
needlo. Fnrnitnre, stoves, oarperts.
"unking QtenBils, bonght in bonsebold
qnnntities. Also oast off clothing.
Call and gee me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Bos WO. ������
Street, N��Uoo, B. 0,
	 NELSON   DAILY   MINER. TUESDAY, JULY 24,  1900
A MURDERER AT  EIGHT.
Chinaman at Rossland Killed by a Boy of Tluit
Aoe.
Rossland, July 84;���P. K. Ahearn,
assistant superintendent ot tbe Pink-
erton Detective Agency at Seattle hns
succeeded In clearing up the mystery
attached to the death of Mnh I,in, a
Chinese cook, who was found dead ln
thc kitchen of Mrs. l.'henoweth on tho
23rd of May last. The man had been
shot by some unknown person, and as
the UM��1 authorities were unable to
ascertain the perpetrator, Mr. Ahearn
was sent to Kossland by the head
Chinaman at Victoria, who had taken
up the affair.
As soon as Ahearn got to RoBBlund
he conferred with Officer Kaynier.
who was in charge of the ease. Be
at once decided the killing had been
done by some one in tbe house, and
asked to see Mrs. Chenoweth's eight,
year old son Ernest' A short talk
with the boy brought out the fuel
that he had killed the Chinaman because he had laughed at him.
"I told him that if he laughed at
ine I would shoot him with my broth-
er'sguu," said the boy. "He laughed
again and I went Into tny brother's
room, climbed over the bed and got
thc gun. I aimed at him and pulled
thc trigger, but the gun would not
go off. I tiled again and it went off
and shot him. He fell on his face on
thc floor and didn't laugh any mure.
and the doctor was wrong when he
said he fell on his back. After I sliol
him 1 put the gun back and went
down the street,"
The youngster did not seem to realise what he hud done, and told his
story aa any boy would relate an
everyday experience. He repented his
description before the coroner later.
Today he will be given a preliminary
hearing.
CITY COUNCIL.
At tbe meeting of the elty Council last evening it was deeided to
have Baker street macadamized beginning at ouce with the block between
Hall   and   Josephine streets.
The board of Public works submitted the following report whieli was
adopted;
That the water main be extended
from the Kast oity limits to Nelsou
avenue if a bonus of 87MI be given by
the residents of Fairview. The estimated cost of the work was $3,1500.
That the Electric light dam be re-
p_tred under the supervision of tin-
City Engineer.
That a six foot sidewalk be laid
on thc soutbside of Siliea Street
from tbe Methodist Church to llen-
dryx street.
That teuders be called for the excavating and hauling of rock from
the bed of Baker street.
That incandescent lights be placed
at thc corners of the following streets:
Lake and Josephine, Park nnd Water.
Ceder nnd Lake, Qrovo und Stanley,
iieudryx and Silica.
That Pork Btreet from Vernon to
the Ueneral Hospital be repaired.
The City Engineer was instructed
to call for tenders for the completion of the curbing on linker street-
Aid. Irvine was appointed Acting
Mayor during the time that Mayor
Houston will be in attendance upon
the present session of the Legislature.
The members present were, Mayor
Houston, Aldermen Arthur, Wilson.
Morrison and Irvine.
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
mm
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALACE DINING AND OBSERVATION
OARS.-MEALSIa la CARTE.
Close connection Mast, and . West-
Is, nnd at Spokane with trains of the
trains of (lie Spokane Falls nnd Northern Railway.
Direct, connection at St.. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and nil pointH West .ami South.
Leaves Sjiokaun daily for East at 10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:45 p.m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Pott land, San Kraneisco, and till points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Diiluth with
thcinagnilicent steamships North West
and North-Land of theNorthem Hloam-
ship Company Line, operated iii connection witli the Great Northern Hail-
way.
For finther Information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Kails St Northern Hy., Kaslo St Slocan
Hy., Kootei ui Railway & Navigation
Co., or to
1.1 WHITNEY.   H. A. JACKSON,
tietil. l'ass. St Tkt. Agt.    Oom'cl Agt.
St. Paul, Min      Spokane. Wash
CllUkCH DIRECTORY,
8. SAVittl'it's |_N<u.islll Council��� Cornor
Ward and Silica Sts. Sundays; Holy Communion Sa in.; unit on tho 1st ana 3rd Sundays
in tho month after Mattins; -Putin- nt 11 n.tn.;
Sunday School S.S0 |un : Bvensong ~.3o. Dnily:
Mattins at 9.80 a. in. Thursdays and Saint's
Days: Holy roinmnnion 111 n. in. Krldnys:
Rvensong 7.:. I p. m.. foUoWod by choir practice. H. S. Akehurst, Hector, .rod Irvine,
Qoo. Johnston*, Wurdons.
Catholic  ('lumen -Corner Ward nnd Mill
streets Mass every Sunday at 8and 10.00a.m
Hencdielion nt 7.30 p.m.   Mans every week day
at7.15a.m.  Hov.  father Ferland Rector.
I'HKsnvT-ttiAN ('huhui���Services at 11 a.m.
and 7.:tt) p.m. Sunday School nt 180 p.m.
Prayer meet ing Thursday evenlnK ftt 8 ji.in.;
Christian Kndcavor Society moots every 'rues-
dny evening n' 8 o'clock. Hev. H. Frew,
Pastor.
MjeTllO-tST Chuhcii���Corner Silica and
Josephine Streets. Servieesatlla.nl. and 7.30
n. m. ; Sahhath School, '1.30 ii.ni.: Prayor meeting on Friday oveninK nt. 8 o'clock: Kpworth
Leagued. K., Tuesday at 8 a.m. Hov. John
Robson. Pastor.
Salvation Ahmy���Scrvlo s ovory evening
nt 8 o'cloeh in barracks on V oUlrl street
Adindanl Bdgeootnbfl in chnrao.
IUi'TlsT imuucii ��� Services morninR and
evening at 11a.m. and 7.80 p.in.; Prnyor moot,
ing Thursday cvuning at 8 p.m. tho H. Y
P.U, Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. _ strangers
cordially wol
Pastor.
lay ovening at B o'clock.
r_Too*AQd. Hev. I). J. Coulter White
BISMARCK'S IRON NERVE
Was the result of his splendid health,
Indomitable will and tremendous
energy are not found where Stomach,
Idver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of
order. If yon want these qualities and
tbe success they bring, nse Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Thoy devnlope every
power of brain and body. (July
25o at < '.matin Drug St Book Store.
^^^m<
LODUK MEETINGS.
NKLSON LOOS!!   No. -23, A. Y. A A
meets second Wednesday in eaoh
month.   VIsillnK tirolhorn welcome.
Bbfr.     '���  O. O.   V.     Ko nay  Lodge
<K   St No. HI, meets evory Monday night.
^^9^0  at  their 'lull,  Kootenay street
Sojourning Odd Fellows oordlally Invited.
John A. Mcttae, N.O.   1). W. Ituthorl-rd, V.G.
r red J. Squire, I'or. Sec.
Nelson Kncampinent No. 7. Heels ovory Ind
KKllUl l-rlday of each month, In Odd Fellows'
Mall, coiner linker and Koolonay stronUi
_-��"_,���.;,"��� __nuent��, c p.; i>. MoArOnu
K. 8.   Visiting brothers nlways welcome.
NKL80N   LOIKJK   No.    SO, K. nfP
moots In K. of P. hall, Oddfellows hloek
u_?rv, " uewlay  ovonlng at 8 o'clock
"11 vislliiiK knights cordially  invltod
I.. Scott O. C.
G, Joy, K. of It. and 8.
, NfL��ON I_ O. L. No. 10112 moots in Fraternity Hall on first and third Friday ovonlngs
or each month at 8 o'clock. Visiting members
cordially Invited. H. Hohlnson. VV?M.; Wm.
Crawford, R, s.
NIUiSON'S   QUKKN
KNOLAN1),
NO 241
SONS OF KSoLAND, moots
lirst and third Wednesday of
each month nt Fiatornlly hull,
cornor of Hakor and Kootenay
streets. Visiting Inotliorii cordially invited.
John Watson, Socrotnry.
SMOKE
THE   CELEBRATED
BRIAR PIPES.
J��.m KOOTKNAY, 1. O. F��� No. 818k'
Moellngs Ith Thursday of month. Frnlormil
_______ Irving O, It.   I��. Itjriimilmt. R.H,
.NK'-SON AEHIK  No. 21,  Y.  O.   K.. meets
_^n.-0COv. -1."'' 'ourth Wednesdays of each
______ B__ft"��Jjh��nben cordially   Invll-
iharloH Prosier, Secretary.
A. R. BARROW, A.M.ioE
Provincial Land Surveyor.
0��rnsr Viotoria and Kootenay Sta.
f. 0. Uo. m Telephone No. IMS
DRINK       iLtiipber.
THE   BEST
BEER
Anheuser-
Busch
St. Loltis
Lager
To lie bad wholesale nt. Nelson.
\\. P. \\\l\\ei Sl
Co.,
Ltd.
A. B.GRAY, Ki'ker St., Nelson
Kootenay A^eut.
The  Athabasca   Gold
LIMITED
(In Liquidation.
Mine
SHARK OAPITAL l_-H),(K)0.
To tiik Canadian Shareholders;
Bpeclal resolutions I'm- liquidation,
and reconstruction wore passed nt tin
extraordinary 'General Meeting, held
on the lsth oi'Mny hist, nnd confirmed
ut a further meeting on the ."ith June
Inst, and in conformity therewith, a
new Company litis heen registered under the name of the Athabasca Hold
Mine, Limited, having a capital of
��100,000 in Ordinary Shares of tl
each.
I give notice thnt tlie agreement for
the transfer of the assets of tlie old
Company tn the new Company, which
wns submitted lo and approved by the
snid Extraordinary General Meeting,
has now been executed nnd is tinted
the lsth June, 1900. Holders of shares
ill  the old'Company    nre    entitled    to
claim its of right, nn allotment of one
shnrc in the Hew Company, with 17s.
per share credited ns having been
paid up thereon, for every two shares
beld hy them or to whieh they were
entitled in the old Company, provided they agree to pay up the balance of
:is. per share on each of such new
shnres.
Shareholders registered on the hooks
of the old Conipany hnve received
blanks or forms on which to make
application for the shares to which
they tire entitled to apply for. and
whieh must he received here mid be
in my hands, together with Is. per
share payable on application not later
than 18th August. 1900. Shareholders
who do not make application hy this
date will lose nil their interest in the
Company. Ilolders of dollar shares
of The Athabasca Gold Mining Company, Limited Liability, who have
not converted their script into ��1
sterling shares of The Athabasca Gold
Mine, Limited, which is now in liquidation, nre advised to send these
promptly to this ollice for conversion,
that they may receive the necessary
blanks in time to comply with the
above notice and so retain their interest in the property.
li Nklson pell,
Manager,
Nelson, 11. ('.
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have ;i complete  stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings. Sash Doors.
Inside Finish,
Ooast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill tl, PILOTBAY. Yards, NKLSON
and LARDO,
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD.
H. & M. BIRD
Agents fur Bureka ntneral Wool and
Asbestos  Co.
Real l'.state,  Fire  Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOR SALE.
Twelve lots,being the north half
of hloek lilt), ono block above
Nelson Chib 82,000
Two good building lots ou Mill
Street       -00
Fifty-foot lot on Vernon Street,
near Thorpe's factory '...   1,600
l_)t on Victoria Street, near Miners'   Union      tloU
Three-story house on Park St.
close to linker St. All modem
conveniences    2,500
Seven-roomed bouse on Mill St.,
one block from Stanley St....   1,000
Hunch tit, Nine Mile Point, 77)�� acres,
10 acres cleared, house and outbuildings, garden,etc.
THURMAN
TOBACCONIST
linker St.
Direct Importation
HAVANA  CIGARS
ah the leading Brand
Try NAPOLEON -Lowing Tobacco.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service.
ol
Departure and Arrival Time
Trains and Steamers,
Depart from                            Arrive  at
Nelson                                    Nelson
Steamer    airivns   at  Nelson
from the east, tHow's  Nest
branch    and   intermediate
points 2. Do
T.lo Train leaves Nelson for Hosb-
land and intermediate
poiuts, anil via Rohion for
north, Revelstoke,the main
line and Pacilio ooast points.
7.110 Train leaves Nelson   for Knii-
don and Intermediate points
and via Klocau Lake route
for north, Kevelstoke, the
main lino and Pacilio ooasit
points.
Train nrrives nt Nelson from
Rossland and intermediate
points 10.8B
Steamer arrives at Nelson
from Kaslo and Intermediate points 11.00
15.80 Trains    leaves    Nelson   for
Kosslnud,   Greenwood   and
intermediate points.
16,00 Steamer   leaves   Nelson  for
Kaslo and way points.
Train arrives at Nelson from
Kossland   and    (Ireenwood
and   Intermediate  points,
and from Kevelstoke, the
main line, and Panilio const
points 18.46
Train nriives in Nolson from
bandon  and  Intermediate
points,and from Kevelstoke,
the main linn and the Paoiflo const points 10,80
2!J 1)0 Bteamer leaves Nelson for
Crows Nest branch aud all
points east.
W. Y. ANDKRBON,
Xr��v. fm, Agent
NsUtn
K. J. COYI.K,
A. O. P. Agent,
Vanoonvor
ALEX. STEWART,
Room  3,  Turner-Boeckh  Block, Nelson-
Notary   Public,    Real     Instate,    Insurance
Mines, Loans.
FOR   SALE   CHEAP.
$460 only lor a house and lot, lilock
21, Addition A.
$1,000 only for a house acd lot, Stanley Stieet.
$-50 only for a house and lot, Robson
Street.
11,600 will buy choicest resideuce corner in city, 50x120 feet, up to 15th.
$225 ($25 cash, rest ou time) will buy
lot in block 70 this week; afterwards
$25(1.
$700 will bny house and lot, Front
St., near Choldich Ss t'o.'s warehouse.
9160 ($50 cash, rest on time) will buy
choice lot in BogUBtown, ou car line.
For Kent���House, $12.50 per month.
Molly Gibson shares.
Wanted   Tninar.ic. stock.
V. e Have Sold 75 Per Cent of Ail the
Portland Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay
���_.__��� and Sewer Pipe
Uaetl 111 the Kootenay *
Just Received���Carload
Dominion  Ale and  Porter
(In pints and quarts)
Dominion  White  Label  Ale
(pints and quarts)
This is the finest Ale brewed in l'nnni'%.
Dominion   Bilk   ^le
Teacher's  Scotch   Whisky
H. J. EVANS & CO.
NELSON, K. C.
II-  15-gallon  keys)
is slill the hest
#^4J.^^^^.^.Jr^.{.^^^^^^^4}r^^
Atlantic S. S. Lines
From Montreal
Allun Lino Tunisian Aug 4
Allivn Uno    Nuinidian Aug II
Dominion Lino  Cumbroiimn July 38
Dominion Lino Vancouver Aug 11
Boavor  Lieu  Lusilimia Aug 3
Heaver Lino Luke Cliampliiin Aug 10
From New York
White Star Line Mb jostle  Aug 1
White Btar Line Oceanic Aug 8
Cunard Lino Etruria Aug i
Ciinanl Line Campania Auk 11
American Line New York Aug S
Red star Lino Westernland Aug I
Anchor Line l-'urnessm Jnly _S
Anchor Line Anchorift  Aug 11
N.ti.L. L. Kataor YVilhelm derGrosse���Aug 1
N. li. L. Uno Allcr Aug 11
Allan State Lice State of Nebraska....Aug 4
From lln inn, y\A---
Ounard Ltno hernia Aug    4
CnnnrdUno Ulturla Aug ll
Parages arranged to ami from all European
points. For rates, tloko sand full informal ion
apply lo 0. I\ li, depot agent, or W. F. Anderson, City PaSSOngor Agent, Nelson, R C.
W. P. F. CUMMINGS.
Genoral fi wmt C.P.R. oilloos, Winnipeg.
KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Best of
(Jimlity, ns follows :
Java nnil Arnlihin Moclin, per pound $   40
Jaraand Meoha Blond. 8 pounds.,.  l oo
Kine BantODj 4 pounds  1 00
SnnloH Hlcnd, 5 pounds  I 00
Onr   SiieeltilHIund, fi pounds  I (XI
Onr  Kto Roast. 8 pounds  100
A Htm mimic sin ii 11 Kit.
Salesrooms:
2 doors east of oddfellows
block, vv. baker st.
NELSON, - B. C.
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
NHL80N  B< ('.
A Hoarding and  Day School conducted hy
the EMntera of Bt. Joseph of Peace, ItiBrita*
atcd ai the corner of Mill and Josephine streets,
in one of the bosl residential porlionH of Nolson, ami Ih easily accessible from all parts
of l he city.
TheOOUrSOOf study includes the fundamental aud higher branches of a thorough Knglish
education. HuhIiiosh course��� Bookkeeping,
Stenography and Typewriting) 8cienoo con me
���M Uno, Vocal and Instrumental; Drawing,
ete.���Plain and Art Needlework; Calin then lea,
etc.
Kor tornifl ann" narticularn apply
rtnnnrfnr.
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Lid.
OporntlnK
KASLO A SIX3CAN RAILWAY
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. A TRAD. CO.
Schodulo of Time.        I .iclflc. Standard 1'lme.
Kil'eetlvu February 1st, woo
KASIX) & H1.0CAN UY.
1'nnHongor train for Handon and waystationH
leiivos Kanlo nt 8 a. in., dally. Returning,
leaves Sandon at 1.15 p.m,, arming at Kaslo
_[ 8.M p.m.
1NTKHNAT10NAL NAV. A THAI). CO,
Operating on Koolonay Lake uml Kivor.
sir. International" lenves Knslo for Nolson
at II a. in. dally . xeept Hominy. Returning,
loaves Nelson al ii. Ill p._l., calling at Halfour,
Pilot Hay, Alii-worth and all way points. Connect- with 8, Y. A N. train to and from Hpo-
kiino at Five Mllo Point.
LARDO-DUNt AN  DIVISION.
Steamer Argonla leaves Knslo Tuenilays nnd
FrldnyBat0O.tQ. for UlO head of navigation on
llic t p)ier Duncan hlver; returning loaves
Hall's    uhh;  We.dncsilaysand Saturdays.
Stoaniors call at iirlnclpal landlngx In both
dlreottons, and at other point* whon signalled
���rii-liels sold to all point-ill Canada and tho
United Status.
To ascertain r��ics and full Information ad
iron I
K011KHT IKV1NU.
Manager, Kaslo, B,C,
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, K. C.
________    A____%______d______   ____,   0\
Branch Markets in Roy aland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon. Three Porks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful a��d sroniDt attention.
���VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV^VVVVVVVV��VVVVVVVVi^^^VVVVVVVV'VVV*��
We are now doing  business iu
OUR NEW STAND
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
Next to Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see  all our
OLD customers and many NKVV ones.
Give us a call.
������.������.������������
KIRKPATRICK   & WILSON.
Telephone 10. P 0 Box, K and W
IV\MMV\V\W��MV\V\V\HWIMWV\V��V\��V��n\HV\M��
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
Capital Fnld-ap.     ,    .     .     91,��H._,O7O.O0  |   Butt, $1,700,000.0
iioimi or I.lrc'C.orxi   Thoniafl K. Kenny,   President;   Thomas  Ritchie. Vlce-Pro-ident.
Wlloy Smith, H. G. Bauld, Hon. H. II. Fuller, M.I..C Hon. Havid MacKuen.
Hr.ul Olllee, llullfax:-
Goncml Manager, Kdson L, Pease, Montreal.
Supurinteiulent of Bmnoboa. and Seeretary, W. B, Torranco, Halifax.
Innpeetor, \V. Y. Hroek, Halifux.
In- pi -i 1 in- Ii. Mi Stewart, Montreal.
l-r;iiM Ins I
Nova Srolla-Halifax Branch, Antlgonlah, Bridgewater, Ganbora I-ondonderry, Lunenburg.
Maitland (HnntH Co.), Pictou, Port HawkcHbury, Sydney, S.mbenaeadic, Truro, Weymouth
New Brnaawlek��� Bathurst, Dorchester, Kredericton, nlnnton (Kent Co.), Honston, New-
caHtlo, Sackvillo, Woodstoek. I*. ��.. IkIhihI���Charlottetown, UumniBrstde. <|urlire���Montreal
(City Office), Montreal, Weflt End (Cor. Noire Dame and Bwffnenra StreettJi WeHtmount (Cor.
Greene Avenue and Ht. Catharines Street. Ontario���Ottawa. Nr.. r.iuii��Huml St. John ���
rutin. Weft iBCtlw���Havana, United Hiaten- New York tlti Kxohange Place) Republic, Wash
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
COFlf upon.If 11 Ih 1
Canada���Merchant* Bank of Canada.   Bolton��� National Shawiuut Bunk.   Cfcleaga��� America
National Bank.   Man Frmieli.ro���First National  Bank.   London, i:ni_, - Bank of  Scotland.
I'iii-ls, France���Credit LyonnaiH.   Itermuila-Baiik of Bernmda.   * hlna and Japan���Hong
Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.
(Icncial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the niont favorable terms.    Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
PIPE SMOKERS
ATTENTION!
Ask   your    Tobacconist   for
Smith's
Glasgow
Mixture
Positively thc finest Tobacco
for Pipe Smoking in the
market.
HOTEL  ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
Nelson's Newest Hostelry. Complete in every respeel,
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.
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson  A  Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R've
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R, & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson . ith steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at   Meyer's   Kails   with
sta^e daily for  Republic,   and   connects at Bossburjj with stage   daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
I.kave. Day Train,        Abrivk.
10.8R n.m Spokane 7:10 p.m,
12:11", p. m lUiBBluud  5:30 p.m.
!):.'-Jn, in Nelaon 8:00 p.m.
Night Train,
9:46 p.m.... .Spokane 7:06a.m:
II l��l p.m Ito-Hlund <!::�� a.m.
II. A. JACKHON, G, P. & T.A.
Spokane   Waeb
O. K. TAOKABURY,
Akrcnt.. Nelaon, B.O
NELSON WINE CO.,
whoro you can depend on Rotting tho bMt
nrandNlnths market and any quantity from
100. up,   Prloon cannot be 0i-.pnted,
���PHONE ��:l.
Frank A. Tamblyk, Mgr.,
Baker Strfvt, Nblson
Vi
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NELSON DAILY MINER, TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1900,
gam
^���ifffcW.
frttlm4m~
*It Pays to Trade With
Mr
Us
if
if
It pays the customer, however, much better than it pays the seller at this particular time. For we arc giving you poods at lower prices than we can buy
them. This may seem unreasonable, but it is not. We are still overstocked and must unload, even though in doing so it costs us money. We have several lines that
we will sell at exactly half price, or less.    Here are some of them :
LAI)IES'    BLOUSES-From 75 cents each to $3, to be cleared at from 4<K to 81.5< > each
LADIES'   WRAPPERS "From $��-5�� to $3. to be cleared at from 75�� to $1.50
_ADIES'   COTTON   UNDERYESTS-With and without sleeves;  regular price  10c to 75c each; all to go at from 5C t0 40c
LADIES'   CORSETS   (fwo dozen)���Regular price 50c and 75c;   all to be cleared at 25c each
COLORED   PIQUES-Regular 15c line, to be sold at 7 1---C per yard
1JLOU SE   SILKS���5�� >'ards Fancy Colored Blouse Silks;  regular price 50c a yard;  to be cleared at 25c P��r yard
G ENTS'   FURNISHINGS���Men's Top Shirts, starched fronts;   regular price 75 cents;   to be cleared at 25c
Men's Top Shirts, regular price $1;   to be cleared at ��JOc
Men's Summer underwear, regular price 80c and 90c a suit;   all one price now �� '40c Per suit
ALL  SUMMER  GOODS  MUST  BE  CLEARED  OUT  REGARDLESS  OF  COST.    CALL  AND  SEE   US.
Martin   O'Reilly   &  Co.
|| HOUSTON   BLOCK, NELSON, B. (..--TERMS   CASH.
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LOCAL AflD   PERSONAL
Mr. E. K. Phair is confined to liis
room through slcknefls,
The Htock market is still active.
This morning it number of Athabasca
shares changed hands, There is an
Indication for an advance. In the prices
of stocks.
Phair: Frank I.. Christie, Sandon;
A. Harvey, C. McPherson, It. A.
Forbes, Winnipeg; Joseph Tasse,
Montreal; Mrs. Helena I'ruetscli
Spokane.
Home 1 3. R. Farnell, Oakland,
Cal.; G. II. Barnhart, Ymir: A. Cameron, Yellowstone mine: II. W, I lank-
ley, Vancouver; C, II. Roe, Montreal:
S. Bodell, London, Eng. : Miss I..
Smith. Spokane.
Mr I'. E.Emerson writes to .lames
Neelands to the effect that ho is rapidly Improving In health and is able
to walk about, He is in Ban Fran-
cisco and will remain there for Bomc
time yet.
Mr, II. T. Cepelley of Vancouver
Will arrive in Nelson this evening to
transact business with Mr A. Sherwood, in connection with the frame
bnilding on Stanley Street which was
partially ruined by lire yesterday.
There will he a cricket mulch he-
tween Kossland and Nelson on Saturday afternoon, and all the cricket
players are requested to attend practice at the recreation greunds this afternoon and during the week.
The Canadian Pacific is constructing
a new tug at the shipyards. The
frame work is about read; to put together.    The     machinery     is    being
built al Toronto and will be shipped
to Nelson in the near future,
John Houston, M. I'. P., left over
the Spokane Fulls St Northern this
morning for Victoria, where he will
remain during the Session of the Provincial Legislature. Dining his absence Alderman Irvine will he acting
Mayor.
Tomorrow   the   Ernest     Mansfield
Brick and Lime Company will ship a
consignment of 20,000 bricks to .1. p.
Townscmi ,,r Woodbury  Creek,    Mr.
Townscnd    has the    contract    for   thc
construction of an office and vaults for
a mining syndicate,
M. K. Mobbs, hotelkeeper at Thirteen-Mile Point., is iu town today
displaying to his friends a lynx
kitten whieh he is rearing a" a household pet. It strayed ou to his premises a short time ago. ami appears tn
be entirely Satisfied with its new conditions of life.
Mr A. II. Kelly, returned yesterday
from the May and Jennie property
on in Creek, lie states thai work
Is steadily  progressing   and that   the
uprise   to c iecl    No.    I    and    No.    2
tunnels Is being driven at the rote of
2 1-S feet  per dny.  and should be colli-
pleted this week,
Mr. c. lv Macl'herson, of Winnipeg, Ueneral Passenger Agent ,,f the
Canadian Pacific, arrived ii, kelson
last evening from Vletorln nn his way
home,    lie is making a  hurried  trip
over Ihe line Cm  next  month    he   will
visit tin- Province on a tour nf Inspoc
���inn     ii,. states   1 ii.it   ii,,.   pa
traffic nf ti ompany  sh,,Ws an
dense over last year at this time.
Tourist travel throughout tbe iiorih.
west has also increased, a�� has Immi
gration to the northwest and liritish
Columbia, As to the question of lowering the passenger rates in the
Province, he stated that there was no
immediate cause for a reduction hut
il was a matter that might he taken
up at any time. Mr. MaePherson
leaves tonight for Winnipeg by way
of the Crow's Nest Pass.
At the Police Conn this morning
before Magistrate Crease, N. I). Stewart, was charged with being drunk
and lined ��~, ami costs, A mall hy the
name of Price was charged with assaulting a Chi Hainan by the name of
Sing. The former was fined 8'.'0 and
costs.
Mrs. Helen liraetsch of Spokane arrived in Nelson last evening and iB
Btopping at the Phair. She is in the
city to secure pupils for the forthcoming term at the Protestant institution.
St. Mary's College, of Spokane. She
has heen at Kossland and other towns
and is meeting with great success.
.lames Welsh, the contractor, will
put fifteen or twenty men to work tomorrow in the big eut at Five Mile
Point. It Ih expected that the work
on the Balfour extension and on the
mad into the elty will be pushed
ahead rapidly and the road taken
over for operation as soon as it is
completed.
Seven   innings played with  a   score
[of 32 to 13 was the record of yesterday s hall game between Nelson and
Cranbrook, 'Ihe game was amusing to
' the small crowd who  attended  iu   its
I very absurdity hut hardly interesting.
I Only four of the regular Nelson nine
played, tlie rest being a scratch teum.
The work upon the new Union Depot and yards is being steadily pushed
ahead. The excavating for the round
house is well advanced. The ollicial J
engineer is completing the surveying
for the grade of Baker Street today
and work u|hiii cutting away the   hill
at the foot of the street will probably
begin tomorrow.
The following transactions were recorded at the Mining Recorder's office
tnday: Transfers from Mr. Duncan to
Joseph Harrison both of Erie, entire
interest ii, Vixen for a consideration
of lioo; from K. McEvay to William
Keilly, one-fourth Interest In Maud M,
fm- a consideration of 11,000; from
.lobn McESvoy to William Keilly, one-
fourth intesest iu Dewey for a consideration of 81.01)11; Locations: Copper
Clai ,11 Wild House Creek hy William Cummings; Broken Ridge, on
Hear Creek, by Peter Hevech ; Modic,
near Kric. by Herbert Porter; Sun
shine. ,,n Seven Mile Creek,
hy A. E. Churches; Rocky
i'niiit. near Salmo, by C. ('. I.adil;
Rainbow, mi Whiskey Creek, by .1. P.
Mel'urlaiie; Aurora, on Krnc Moun-
l.iin. by Charles C. Ladd; Hest, on
Whiskey Creek, by John McKvay.
Certificates of Work : On Chisholm to
William Cummings, on Sophie, nig.
horn,   Uuckham,   Qreenhorn,   Wain-
wright, Powell, (llonccster and S. 1).
in the Siinc.ie Mining and Development Co,,  Ltd. ; on   (11,1   Ironsides   to
���lames Roberts, on Dumas. Alexander,
tn Eugene Croteau; on North star to
Henry Reichart, on Dora to Herbert
Porter, on Puxton to   Ada   Campbell.
mi Daylight to J. Campbe
ll
RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
I.aeross, Wis.. July 84.���The Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul train
No. :.' ���;i.. wrecked about .", o'clock
this morning at Kings Collie near
Wabasha, Minn, by running into a
[and slide. Engineer Ilathway and
fireman Thomas were instantly killed
and several passengers who were In the
forward coaches were injured, some
seriously.
London, July 84.���The supplementary estimates necessitated hy the prolongation of the war in South Africa
amount to ��11,000,000, mailing a total
of ��34,600,000 voted for this purpose
and bringing the total of final estimates up to ��70,300,163.
IT SAVED HIS LEG.
P. A. Dauforth of La Grango, Ga ,
suffered intensely for six months with
a frightful running sore on his leg.
but writes that BuokJen's Arnica Salve
wholy cured it in ten days. For
Ulcers, Wounds, Burns, Boils, Pain or
Piles it's the best salve in the world.
Care guaranteed. Only Ko, Sold by
Canada Drug and Book Store.
Spring obicken and all the delicacias
of the season Berved to yon \vh. n you
visit Florence Park Hotel _t Roberts'
Ranch, two aud a half miles up tbe
river.    W. M. Roberts, proprietor,
Tired
eyes
cause
sickness
Because the eyes tire easily,
tome 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
in expert.
Consultation free.
Patenaude Bros.
WatcLmakers, Jewelers and Opticians,
NELSON    B.IO
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New Cash Store
Ladies' and Children's
INTRIMMED HATS
The Balance of Untrinimetl Hats on Sale
WEDNESDY
At the Extraordinary Low Price
35   CENTS
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at the following news stores at five cents per
copy:
Gllbort, HUnloy Nelson
Thomson HtaUonury Co
i';��niwlaI)riiK&Iloo- t'o.      _ci��on
Nelson
Hotel Hum,,- News Hland
Hotel 1'httlr Nowh Stand
It. Campbell
Q, Y. Nelson
J. r. Ilclanoy
It. A. Hradtdiaw
Hloean Nowh Co.
ThomHon BroH.
l...nioiii & Young
II   A. KIiik&Co.
Nelson
N'elHOn
Ymir
Now Don vor
ItoHuborry
Slocan City
Handon
Vancouver
Kanlo
Groonwood
and  News   Agents   on  boats  and
trains out of Nelson
���m
-�����
���m
���A
4
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The cheapest hat in the lot would cost
regular $1.00 to $3.00. Your choice now
35c.
KERR & CO.
BAKER  STREET, NELSON.
The Cottage Hospital, Nelson
A private Boipltal, Medloal,   HnrRi-
c��l and Olwtfitrical ciiHi's nursed iu the
on K����l,iti; Hf>aB��3. ^Private room   ft>n mid  $15  a
y*/**'+'++++A**AA*+*0***^^
CARPETS
OILCLOTHS
BEDROOM
SETS
And All Kinds of
House
Furnishings
"At Eastern Manufacturer*'prlocn, pins (Might,"On order of $50.00 upward*���  lew.
than *K).l)0 at li|  per cent  discount. p     ���' "���
____.____���_������ +��������������������������������������������
CASH     sale    CASH
��� ������������������������������������������J ��-WB    ���
30 Days Only.  Entire Stock Must Be Sold.
Nelson Furniture Co.
BAKER   8TREET   YVE8T
in   wiml   $12
week.    Bed.   ,
Milling Co., Ltd, jmaj
CHARLES ST. BARBE,
ck and snare Brok
QENRRAL AQENT.
lowt loiey
WANTED.
��'���   Man for i
k (wmiiiiii).
J. II. LOVE, Agt., Oaker St
Dishwasher.   Man fur ranch,   \v_\t,
resHea.   Cook (wnmau).
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle,
UNION  MADE.
KOOTENAY CIGAR MFG. CO
NELSON, B. ().
V. 0. GREEN        t. 8. OLEMBNT.S
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyor*.
p. 0. Bos lit XflWP, B�� C,
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