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Array Daily Edition No. 554.
Nelson, British Columbia. Tuesday, October 24,  1899.
Tenth Year
PRESIDENT KRUGER
NOW IN THE VAN
(jlencoe is Again Attacked by a Strong
Force of the Enemy.
tlty required if the campaign continues
long.
KIMBERLEY MENACED BY THE BOERS.
Dispatches Delayed in Transmission Give Interesting and
Graphic Accounts of the Battle of Elandslaagt.
Deeds of Daring and Valor.
An unofficial oable reoeived last
night by President Shaughnessy of tin
0. P. R., stated that Kruger had sued
for peace, and was willing to surrender.
London, Oct. 24.���Tho Daily Telegraph has received the following from
Ladysimth, dated Sunday, 2:10 p ni. :
"The Boers, reported to Le strong nnd
under Commandant-General Jonbert
and President Kruger, in person, are
again ntlanking Qleneoe. General
Ynle, commanding imr troops, hns
moved his camp hack into u better defensive position.''
London, Oot, 34.��� The Daily 'News
publishes this dispatcb from Lady-
smith, dated Sunday night: "A large
force under Commandant-General Vo-
gan opened lire on Dundee yesterday.
The firing was continued today. The
result is not known here."
London, Oct. 34.���Tbe Daily Mall
says it understands a message was received in London, from Cecil Rhodes,
dated at Kimberley, October 19, declaring in substnnro that the inhabitants of Kimberley desire to draw the
attention of the Government to the
need of speedily sending reinforcements thore, ns the town was being
surrounded by increasing numbers of
Transyual und Free State Boers. The
matter, according to the Daily Mail,
has been submitted to the cabinet.
London, Oct. 24,���The correspondent of The Daily Mall at Durban, Natal, says: "An official of the Bonnn
Kit mine, who has just arrived from
Pretoria, declined that while thero he
heard Ibat Col. Baden-Powell, the
British commander at Mafeking, had
captured General Crnujs and thirty
other Boers, and killed 500."
ily at us, ajd with fair accuracy, for
tbo magaine rifle is a terrible weapon,
although it inflicts cleun wounds.
���Many of them used explosive bullets.
Tho Roer shells were mostly percussion and throw up volcanoes of mod
aud stones about our gun crews. It
should be noted that especially upon
rocky ground peroussion shells give
better results than high bursting shrapnel. Colonel Scott Chisholm, of the
Imperial Light Horse, courted disaster
by waving his scarf to give encouragement to his men, who really needed
none.
"Suddenly somebody showed a white
flag, and Colonel Hamilton tried to
stop the tiling, but a party ensconoed
on a conical hill, caring nothing about
their comrades, took cdvantage of the
lull to deliver a heavy fire The Gordon Highlanders and Mnnohefeters
were rendered more savage than ever
by this, and redoubled, for the Boers in
the hollows wero delivering a flanking
fire..
Our Tommies got wonderful
quantities of loot, from silk hats and
frock coats to beaded Kaffir loin
cloths. It was n sight to see them
haded with their booty. Although
we gave the prisoners the best seats
around the camp fires, many of the
poor wounded had to lie out on the
bare hillsides, where thej spent a terrible night, crying: 'For God's sake
give us water! Out here are British
aud Boers. Get us a doctor.' One
man fired round after round from his
rifle to attinct attention to his whereabouts, for the battlefield covered
miles. The kilts of the Gordon Highlanders made them conspicuous tar
gets."
London, Oct. at.���Interesting and
graphic accounts arc supplier! by the
war correspondents of tha battle of
Elandslaagt, from which the following
are extracts:
The Daily Telegraph says: "General French commenced ihe action at
6:80 a, in. The enemy had only just
finished coffee, when they were surprised mid nearly all our prisoners
wero caught in the vicinity of the captured train. The mining and railway
olllcials escaped from the enemy and
came into our caiuj. to the number of
thirty seven whites, besides ninny natives and coolies. Both of the latter
classes had been robbed and compelled
to work by the Boers, lint the whiles
were treated fairly well, though they
were made to tako an oath to remain
neutral, etc. A Boer sergeant, native
of Cape Colony, hid his rifle and caiii.i
in with   twenty   of his late   captives.
"The Manchester regiment, with the
characteristic hardihood of British infantry, nil marched straight back at
tho oneniy, too often careless of taking cover, despite the rattling, hissing
and spitting of the Mauser bullets.
Tommy Atkins says in effect: 'What,
we hide fiom yokels! Let 'em shoot.'
Discipline has its drawbacks as well
as advantages, and our soldiers, who
havo learned the Beer tactics, are now
capable of re-adjusting the mistakes
of tho past. The panorama wns heightened and colored by tho red hue of gun
flashes which torn along like express
trninB in u tunnel, bursting noiselessly, and spouting load, flame and
steel, which hissed like hot iron
dropped into wntor. The places of
explosion wero marked by clods of
earth and u nimbus of while smoke.
"The enemy bobbed about over the
rooks like jacks in a box, firing   heuv-
Frnloria.Ocr. 28. ���(Delayed in transmission)-The Transvaal Government
received tins moral' g tho following
dispatch from Comniaudiint-Geueral
lJn t Joubert:
"Commandant Lucas Meyer has had
un engagement at Dundee. lie made
a plan of the campaign with Commandant Erasmus by messenger.
Erasmus, however, railed to appear.
It is estimated that the British loss
was beuvy. Our forces Buffered, but
owing to the mist it is impossible to
get all details. It. is reported that ten
of onr force were killed and twenty-
livn wero wounded."
Capetown, Oct. 2H.-The Boer account of the British losses at Mafeking is evidently a gross exaggeration,
since Colonel Baden Powell's oflicial
list shows no officers killed.
London, Oct. 211. -Tho Times has
the following from Capetown, dated
Monday: ''The censor's report says
nil wns well nt.Kimberl >y on Sunday."
London, Oct. 88.���Lady Randolph
Churchill and Mrs. Arthur Puget nre
organizing a fund among Amorican
ladies in England, with the intention
to completely equip a hospitul ship for
service on the South; African Const, nt
a cost of 18,000. Lady Coram and
Mrs. Bradley-Martin havo been invited to join the oommittee.
London, Oct. 28.-The authorities in
Ausrnrlin aro much exercised at tbe
reports tbat the Imperial Government
has ordered cannod meat in America,
though the War Office had sought to
conserve the Australasian interests.
Those iu tho best position to judge,
however, prfdict that tho packers of
the United States will seonre the larger
orders, as the British Colonies will he
unable to supply a tithe of   the  quan-
Berlin, Oct. 23 ���Colonel Scheil, the
leader of the Boers, German contingent, wired to Emperor William on the
outbreak of the war as follows: "Mny
your Mnjesty be pleased to note that
we German volunteers, whether
marching to the frontier, fighting or
falling, have sworn to be loyal to our
German kindred stock here. We bitterly regret that the Government
caiinct exert its influence ou behalf of
our interests, and protest against the
predatory action of England. May
German blood not flow in vnin for
freedom and justioe, and may^ your
Majesty's blessing attend us, German
soldiers, whose loyalty will preserve
the friendship whioh your Majesty once
showed us."
St. John, Nfld., Oct. 28.���Owing to
the international complications that
may possibly arise out of tho war in
South Africa, it is expected that British warships will remain at St. John
and Halifax throughout tbe winter.
Officers of the cruiser Cnmus, flagship
of the fishery protection squadron,
now lying in this harbor, expeot to be
so stationed, with probably the Corvette Alert. Some of Rear Admiral
Bedford's squadron will be dotailed to
safeguard Halifax, as the docks of both
ports may be required by the British
Navy.
London, Oct.. 28.���A privtae despatch from Ladysrnith today says
that a messenger who has just arrive'
from Pretoira says the women there
aro weeping and wailing in the market
p'.ace. Three trains have been dispatched from Klerksdorp to fetch the
wounded from Mafeking. It is estimated there are seven hundred killed
nud wounded, and it is stnted at Pretoria that the British oasualitios are
only 18.
St Petersburg, Oct. 23��� The Russian Red Cross Society has determined
to offer to help both belligerents in
South Africa. Tho Herald, in making
the announcement, adds: "We preserve appearances with this proposal,
hut we do not conceal our views "
All the papers have opened subscriptions for a volunteer corps whioh is
being well supported in private circles.
London, Oct. 28.���The War Office
publishes the following list of casualties at the battle of Elandslaagt, in
addition to those already leported:
Gordon Highlanders: Five non-commissioned officers and 15 mon killed,
and IB non-cmiuissioned officers and ;fi
men wounded.
First Leicestershire Regiment:
Lieutenant Hnhmi, killed.
Gordon Highlanders, killed: Major
Denue, Lieut. Monroe ; Lient. Murry ;
Lieut.Barboury. Wounded: Lieut.-Col.
Dickie Cunningham ; Major Wright;
Oapt. Haldane; Capt. Buchanan;
Cnpt Johnston ; Capt. Findlay ; Lieut.
Hennessy.
Tho total number of casualties now
stands 42 killed nnd 155 wounded.
The grand total is 107.
London, Oct. 23.���Dining the course
of today's proceedings, while the
House wns discussing the report in
supplementary estimates. Mr. Patrick
O'Bri in, Member for Kilkenny City,
declined that the bands of tne British
Secretary of Stnto for tl.o Colonies,
Mr. Chamberlain, were as much stained with blood ns these of any murdorer
who ever mounted the scaffold. The
Speaker, Mr. William Court Gnlly,
called upon Mr. O'Brien to Withdraw
bis remark, lint he refused to do so,
whereupon the House, by a vote of 810
to 2(1, resolved to suspend him and he
left the House remarking: " You had
better bring Dp another army corps,
unless yon wnnt, it somewhere else."
Tho House then adjourned.
Durban,    Natal,   Oct.   22.-0:80  p.
m,���(Delayed    In  transmission)���An
official dispatch from Ladysinitb says
that about 200 Boer prisoners have
been marched into town.
London, Oot. 28.���The War Office
hns received tho following dispatch
from Gen. Sir George Stewart White,
Britisli commander in Natal, dated at
Ludysmith Camp, 4:45 p. m., today:
"Major Yule telegraphed me yesterday evening that the wounded at
Dundoe were doing well," Tho dispatch partly relieves tbo anxiety regarding Glonooo, as the British there
bad evidently not boon attacked up to
last evening.
London, Oct. 211.���A dispatch from
Ladysrnith, Natal, dated ;4 :!5 yesto";.
dny afternoon, hns just boon received.
It is a literal repetition of Capetown's Glencoe adviceB of yesterday,
and ic is  regarded  as somewhat omi
nous tint nothing since has t:eeu received respecting the result, especially
vrhi-n virwed iu the light of Lord
Wolneley's statement tbat MajorJYule's
forces felt it necessary to retire from
Dundee to Glencoe Junction. Major
Ynlo evidently is iu a tight corner, as
he now has to face the main Boer army
under General Joubert. Gen. Sir
George White, the British commaudor-
in-obiet iu Natal, will undoubtedly
detach part of the force which was so
victorious at Elandslaagt to his assistance. Such a detachment, however,
will leavo Ladysinitb poorly proctoct-
ed against the threatened attick from
tho west, as General Hunter, on Saturday wired that the departure of the
force [to Elandslaagt left him with
only a couple of battalions of regulars,
a mountain battery nud 500 Natal vol
untters to defend the town, v hich iB
the military base in North Natal.
Further news, therefore, is anxiously
awaited.
London, Oct. 23.��� A dispatch to
The Dnily Mail from Pietoimaritzburg.
Natal, says that Lieut. Callaway, of
the Ratal Carbineers, who was reported missing, is a prisoner in the hands
of the Boers.
Capetown, Oot. 19.���(Delayed in
transmission)���A dispatch from Colesburg says a policeman galloped into
the town saying that the Free State
command was coming from Nor-
vaal's Point, and the townspeople assembled to witness their entry. It
nroved, however, thnt tho reported
commnnd was only a party of refugees,
who for lack of train accommodation
weie obliged to walk the entire distance. There are now altogether five
hundred refugees at Colesburg, and all
are doing well.
Lorenzo Marquess, Oct. 21. ���(Delayed in transmission)���The town is
fairly overrun with refugees, among
whom are a thousand persons released
from the Transvaal jails. Thousands
of natives, men and women, are huddled toether, and there is a large representation of Johannesburg roughs,
Malays and Indians, who, speaking
different languages, create a perfeot
pandemonium. A transport has been
ordered to take the Britisli destitutes
away immediately. The guard at Dal-
mamitln, on the eastern line, stopped
a number of Kaffirs who were trying to
proceed to Pretoria. The Kaffits endeavored to force a passage, and one of
them was shot.
Brussels, Oot. 23. ���Dr. Leyds, the
diplomatic representative of the Transvaal in Euiope, is quoted iu an interview as saying: "It is dicffiult to
give an opinion ou the battle fought at
Glencoe and Elandslaagt, as the dispatches all emanate from British
sources.'' He is said to have added :
"My own dispatches have not arrived,
orobably owing to the censorship. In
the meanwhile, I do not consider the
situation as bad for the Boers as made
out by the English telegrams, which
are intended for the English public
and market, and probably aro too optimistic. The fact that the Boeis retired in order to re-form later does not
imply defeat, It is part of their tactics, and does not prove thnt they have
suffered seriously."
ANTI-SEMITIC   RIOTS.
Vienna, Oct. 23. ���Anti-Semitic riots
broke out at Hnlleschuu, Moravia, yesterday. Jewish houses were stoned,
store* were pillaged and a house was
burned. The gendarmes charged the
rioters, killing three and injuring
several others. The railittuy finally
restored order.
THK STRIKE IS OFF.
Vancouver, B. C., Oct. 23.���The reported trouble between the machinists,
boilermakers and blanksmiths on the
Canadian Pacific Coast division is
practically at an end. The officials of
t'e road have consented to meet the
general committee of employes and
treat with them as representatives of
nn orgnni7,Bd body. The men will return to work pending the consideration  of a proposed new schedule
A DENIAL   FROM  SIR   THOMAS.
TO DEFEND
THE OLD ELflO
The Nelson and Rossland Contingent Left
Last Night for the East.
ARE GIVEN FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
Oapt. Hodgms Presented With a Sword -He and His M en
Tendered a Reception by   the  Citizens   of
Nelson.- -Left Last Night.
Kingston, Ont, Oct. 28.���Rev. Dr.
Evans has reoeived a letter from Sir
Thomas Lipton denying the charge of
Rev. Mr Patterson, of the Lord's Day
Alliance, thut he (Lipton) compelled
iV.r\" iu hi.* .employ to work longer
boors for less wages than 'oTfior "em-
plcyers. Patterson experessed the
hope, in view of these views, tbat the
Shamrock would lose tbe races.
Off to the war! With a stirriug
strain of music, and a large number
of Nelson citizens,headed by the Sm.d-
ter band and followed by the Nelson
militia company, tbe Canadian contingent from Nelson, of the British Columbia volunteers, took their departure
last night ou the boat, for Montreal,
via the Crow's Nest Pass. The Rossland boys made connection through
the redoubled efforts of the C. P. R.
aud were met at the depot by everybody, where they joined the volunteers
frjm NelsOn.
They were received royally as Nelson knows how to receive, and the
added fact that they hnd offered them
selves to light the battles of their country nnd uphold the supremacy of Great
Britiuu, made their reception a memorable one. From the C. P. R. depot
they marched with llio Nelson contingent to the steamer, which with the
first turning of her wheels was to convey them to a future of glory, whother
alive or dead. Men, women and children joined the parade and enthusiasm
reached the highest pitch when the
band, four blocks before reaching the
wharf, struck into the well known
pieoe of battle musio, "Three ohceia
for tho Red, White and Blue." The
American boys nearly went wi'd over
this unexpected courtesy nnd cheered
the Canadian bnys from Rossland and
Nelson until tired nature perforce made
them halt. A departnre salute wns
fired as the volunteers steppod aboard
tho boat, and to the honor of many a
man and woman in the throng wet
eyes were seen.
At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon in
the parlors of the Bank of Montreal,
a reception was held for the boys who
were goiog away to fight for tbe old
Hag. Tho rooms were crowded with
tbe most proimnent citizens of Nelson,
and at the time appointed Nelson's
Mayor, Mr. H. G. Neelauds] made tho
following presentation speech:
To   Captain   A.    E. Hodgins,   of   the
South Kootenay Rifles:
On behalf of the cii'.zens of Nel��on,
I take very great pleasure in presenting
to you a sword, together with a purse,
for yourself, Sergeant W. J. G. Dickson. Privates Orr Patterson and Seymour Lee, us some small token of their
appreciation of your patriotism in
offering your services for the defense
of tbe  Empire in the present war.
As a portion cf the Canadian contingent, you will carry with you the
best wishes of the whole Dominion
of Canada, whose people feel proud in
thus showing their loyalty to the British Empire, by rallying under the
"Old Flag" iu times of trouble.
Rut as eitizeni ot Nelson we (eel
tual you represent us more nearly, and
that wherever duty calls, you carry
with you the best wishes of this ruin-
muiiity.
In bidding you "Good-bye" we look
forward to your safe and speedy return,
and we trust that the accompanying
purse may in your hands prove of
some slight serivco in milking Ihe voyage of the contingent more comfortable,
if possible.    On   behalf of   the citizens
I gave it. It would, no doubt, be a ve>ry
1 nice thing to have along with them.
; He gave the thanks of the boys who
I were going and spoke at some length
j ns to their probable future actions, and
assured the oiti/.ens that their trust
would not be misplaced.
Refreshments were served and toasts
were given and happily respondent to
by numerous gentlemen.
Short speeches were in order and
Messrs. Frank Fletcher, J. Roderick:
Robertson, A. 11. Buchanan, G. S.
Kinghorn, Harold Selous, C. Halifax
Hall, John Houston, the Mayor, and a
number of others made appropriate remarks.
At the close of the speeches a few
minutes was given to social chat and
good-byes. The presentation ended by
three musing cheers and a tiger for
the Queen, the Empire, Mayor Nrel-
ands, Messrs. Fletcher and Houston,
and Cnpt. Hodgins and his men
"Aold Lang Syne" was n\my and
"Britannia Rulen the Wave," and tbo
last handshakes and "God Bless You
Boys" were given as everybody sang
"God Save the Queen." After the
presentation, tickets for the entertainment at tho Opera House were given
to the boys und they attended until
the time for them to go to the train
to meet tho Rosslnud contingent. The
sword presented will come into Capt.
Hodgins, possession at Montreal, as the
blade could not be prooured here. It
is one of the best to bo purchused,costing ��15,
The people of Nelson wish the boys
Godspeed and The Miner adds a
hearty Amen.
WILL BUILD TO BALFOUR.
of Nelson,       H. (I. NEELANDS,
Mayor.
Nelson, B. C, 3rd of October, 1891).
Just ss Mayor Neelands finished his
speech, Mr. John Houston handed a
netted purse to Mr. Flank Fletcher,
who in turn handed it to Ihe Mayor.
Mr. Neolauds held up the purse which
contained five hundred dollars in gold,
and gave it into tho possession of Capt.
Hodgins. The captain was almost
overcome by this gift, not for the
amount, but from tbe source from
which it came, together with the kind
wishes of the people of Nelson, nud for
a little while   it was hard for  him   to
^^���T^!fm9*mmmt��mm0m ��*�������
self sufficiently to reply, and said that
he ucoepted the gift not foi its value,
bnt for the sake of  tbe  people   who
Mr.   T.   (1.    Shaugbnessy    Speaks   of
Matters Interesting to Nelsonitos.
Rail connection between Nelsou and
Kootenay Landing no* seems withiu
measurable distance ocoordlng to Mr.
T. (i. Bhnoghnessy, President of the
C. P. R. who, with a party of distinguished railway Officials, is now paying bis long expected visit to Nelson.
Asked by a Miner reporter whether
the road from here to Procter's Lauding would soon be laid, he replied.
"While everything is not absolutely
settled, yet 1 think it is probable that
wo will begin work almost at once."
In answer to an enquiry ns to where
the building ol the line would begin,
Mr. 9baugbnesgy replied:
"We shall   work  in   places nil along
the line. The probable ooarse will lie
to lot a contract for its construction,
when the 000tractor will use his own
discretion provided he koeps within
the tini'i limit s"t him, "
Tho ni'xi question was us to whether
I any arrangement had been made with
'tin' Bpokaue Kails' ,v Northern for the
I interchange of traffic The president
said: "We have acquiesced iu tho
! joining of the tracks,and arc uow only
I waiting for the Aiui'i'ican Company to
: lay their track up to tho end of our
right-of-way. Negotiations am still
proceeding between Mr. Whyte and
Mr. Shields as to tho terms on which
certain classes of traffic will be handled, hut only   matters   of   Oetail now
remain to be settled."
Mr. Sbaoghnessy expressed himself
as not yet thoroughly au fait with the
lecmation grounds question, but Baid
that he had beard Nelson's side of the
mutter from the Mayor nnd tbe City
Clerk, and would discuss tho matter
with his officials today. As he informed the Myaor thut the compnny
would fulfill any urruugoment it had
entered into, provided the Oity did fulfill their snare, it* may he fuirly surmised thHt this much vexed question
is nt last 011 tho way to be finally settled.
t   Iti I'liM'lnsiiii   Mr    Sliiuigliuossy referred to the strides   Nelson had taken,
since his last   visit here in June, ltSUb,
and   to   tbe   metropolitan air   rapidly
being assumed by this City
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Telephone   No.   144.
A DANGEROUS INFLUENCE.
It will hardly be said that the Spokane Spokesman Review is speaking
���without knowledge in the following,
taken from a recent leading article:
"In the Coeur d'Alene mountains of
Northern Idaho, bands of reckless, destructive, murderous men have been
defying the authority of this Government. Those men have assailed the
free lights of American citizenship.
For years thev boycotted the Fourth
of July, nud promulgated an edict that
Independence Day should not be celebrated throughout the Coeur d'Alenes.
More recently nn army of these un-
American insurgents gathered arms,
some of which were seized in an armory of the National Ouard, concaaled
their faces behind masks, appropriated
large quantities of tlynamite, captured a train bearing the United States
mails, and going to another mining
camp 20 miles away, blew up valuable
property. While this was going on
inoffensive citizens were murdered in
cold blood and tbe whole country-side
yias terrorized."
The Miners' Union of New Denver
formally and officially declared that its
rxembers were 110 better than the
men here described, and desired all
conoerned to understand they did not
veish to be considered any better. We
do not think the country has taken
thorn at their 'word. It has refused to
believe that they are a reckless, destructive, murderous class, who would
defy constituted authority aud with
faces masked would go about the country committing tho worst kind of out-
ruges. There may be desperate men
������lining them, and their manifesto of
a few mouths ago is tbe strongest possible eivdeuce that there are some very
fi olish ones ; but they are not as bad as
the Coeur d'Aleue men. Wherever
there is a strong sprinkling of Canadians or British, there we expect and
find some regard for law and order.
These inufleuces prevaele most if not
all the camps in this Province, and as
long as they do we shall be spared the
outrages which have attached such in-
fumy to the Coeur d'Alene region.
A few days ago it was stated on the
authority of a gentleman who rarely
speaks without well weighing his
Words that the antbor of the amendment to our mining luws, whioh is responsible for the present labor tron-
I Ies, was one of the leaders of these
murderous ruffians of the Coeur
c.'Aleue We know something of the
mischief they have doue, und the intrusion of one of the leaders into tne
affairs of British Columbia is intended as a preparation for similar mischief
here. The introduction of an Eight-
1 lour law   without  consultation   with
lie mine owners, without even the
.���iiirtesy of notifying them, was a be-
,'inning; it produced dissension be-
iween the mon and their employers.
It is believed that influences from tha
Coeur d'Alene are being exerted to fan
that dissension and widen the breach.
It is beliovedthat, if necessary to carry
out their purpose, they will resort to
Violence, or at least advise it. We introduce to our readers a description of
tlm reckless, murderous men who
have given such nn unenviable reputa-
ieiu to Idaho, and invite tbeni to consider that these are tho men who are
Interfering with the purpose of taking
full direction of the troubles on this
side of the boundary.
As far as learned it has not yet been
decided whether the Cauadiau contingent shall serve separately,or be cut up
into companies and there attached to
British regiments. The Imperial authorities nre willing to accept them on
either condition. Canadians generally
would rather tbat they serve as oue
body, for only by doing so can they retain their distinctive character. But
those who care more for utility than
for seutiment favor division and absorption, for the reason tbat they will
learn more of practioal fighting if associated with tbe regulars. In the
meantime the contingent has been
divided into eight companies, the men
from British Colombia and Manitoba
forming the first 01"'A." The officers
are: Capt. Blanobard, of Victoria,
captain ; Major Arnold, of the Winnipeg Rifles, first lieutenant; Capt.
Hodgins, of the Nelson Rifles, second
lieutenant, and Capt. Layburn, R. O.
R. I., third lieutenant.
Tbe reports respecting the reconstruction of tbo Ontario Cabiuot have
varied greatly. The latest is that
Mr. Blachford. of Ottawa, and not Mr.
O. K. Fraser, succeeds Mr. Harty, as
Minister of Public Works. Mr. Blach-
forrl is quite a new and untried man,
and therefore entirely lacking in influence with the country. As his se
lection was more in tho discretion of
the Catholics whom he represents than
in tbat of the Premier, it is lair to
conclude that he enjoys their confidence to a greater extent than Mr.Fra-
ser. The latter, it is said, is taken into tbe Cabinet without portfolio.
Last night the people of Nelson put
a few dollars into the private purses
of the four brave fellows who have
volunteered for service in South Africa, aud sent them off ou their long
journey with good wishes and Godspeeds whose value no amount of
money could measure. There is a
chance that the campaign may have
elided by the time they reach their
destination. Should it be otherwise,
we all hope they will be given opportunity to strike a good Canadian blow
for the old flag, and if they bring back
a Victoria Cross or two between them
so much the better. And Tha Miner
would ask as a particular favor that
each of the four will plug a Boer
for it.
COUGHS
COLDS
It is suggested that tbe resignation
of Mr. Bournssa, a French-Canadian
membor, ostensibly us 0 protest against
the dispatch of a Canadian contingent,
s merely a trick of the political trade,
intended to help his friend, tho Premier. Remarking on tho incident, The
Kows-Advertiser says: "It wonld then
be iu order for   Sir Wilfrid Laurier to
ippeal to tbo country, in which caso
whilst his Government would make
the most of its tardily displayed Imperialism in sections of the Dominion,
well disposed to Groat Britain, it
would unostentatiously permit other
Liberal candidates to adopt a quite op-
jiosite attitude in sections of tho country in which French sentiment out-
veighs what may bo tormod 'Fieuch-
Canadian Imperialism.' "' Is was hy
double play of a similar nature tbe
Premier won in 1898. The Mautt<i\v>
School question was made to play to
one set of feelings in Quebec, und to
another and quite  different  set in the
Now that winter is coming on nnd the Mouther
clitingciililo all are subject lo coughs and
colds foi' tho cure of which wo keep
a full line of the popular remedies such as
Syrup of White Pine and Tar, Ayer's
Cherry Pectora', Fellow's Syrup
Hypophosphites, Kosehee's German
Hvrup, Balsam Aniseed, Chase's
Liuseed and Turpentine, Hall's Pulmonary Balsam, Gray's Syrup Red
Spruce Gum.Pyny Pectoral, Chamberlain's Cough (hires Pisos' Consumption Cure Shiloh's Consumption, Scott's Emulsion, Pine Nor
wegian Cod Liver Oil, Laxative
Bromo-Quinine and a number of
others at.
McLean's Drug Store.
Prescriptions carefully prepared at
any hour of the day or night.
Telephone No. 145.
Mail  Orders   Promptly   Filled.
P. O. Box 226.
TENDERS WANTED
Tenders wanted for ilSO ties, more
or less (IxIixH. delivered f. 0 b. at or
near Block 95, City of Nelson, for the
Nelson Gas & Coke Works.
DAVID MORRIS,
Engineer.
OPERA HOUSE
Thursday, Oct. 26
Return engagement
of the
R. E. Frenofi
Theatre Co.
Three Nights and Saturday Matinee.
Opening play   The Famous
Society play
YoungMrs.Winthrope
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We are-showing a
First-Class Line of
Prices
Backed by
Quality...
We never assert that a
price is low unless the item
possesses every desirable
feature���unless it is au article we can recommend.
No matter how low the
price, it is never of value
unless it peisse-sses the necessary quality requirements.
Cee-Dee
Pink Iron Blood Pills
cooKioo stoves & Ranees
Which we are offering at
VERY  LOW  PRICES.
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
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CALL  AND  INSPECT  OUR   STOOK.
VANCOUVER HARDWARE CO.
LIMITED,
IMPOETBES   OF
The Great Blood Builder,
Nerve Tonic and Regulator,  we fully reoonmeud,
3 Boxes $1.00
CA.NADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
REISTERER   &   CO.,
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Drop in and see us.
Shelf & Heavv Hardwire,
of
Etc., Etc., Etc.
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well   lmuii
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PLUMBING and TINSMITH ING
A SPECIALTY.
H.  BYERS  &  CO
MINERS'   SUPPLIES.
Powder,   Caps,    Fuse,   Shovels,    Picks,
BAR   IRON   AND   STEEL,
ORE   CARS,
IRON    PIPE    AND    FITTINGS,
NELSON,
B. C.
A large   consignment  of  all kinds of   Heavy   Hardware
just   arrived.
NELSON
KASLO
SANDON
Brands of Cigars
i.V. PORTED
Bock y Cie, all sizes.
He   i-y Cloy, all sizes.
II Upman.
lil Triunfb;
La Lolas
La Hamaca.
Flor Jo la Isabela.
DOM��S-iC
Flor de Bahama.
Rosebuds.
Reliance Bouquet,
Key v\ est
Espanolas, Etc.
Hudson's Bay Stores,
Urol Bilker St., Nelson.
Telephone 13.
GREAT REMOVAL
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NELSON DAILY MINER. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24,  1899.
A QUIET SESSION
CONSIDERATION  OF THE   BY-LAW
WAS POSTPONED.
Music Hall Scrap is Yet to Oome.-Ooun-
oi] Will Tax the Fire Insurance
Companies.
Boveral gentlemen who object to a
music hall being startorl in Nelson
Were present at tha City Council meeting yesierrtay evening, and apparently
ffMe exepoting n lively time. Tliey
wer(i disappointed, however, as the
I111)Sic hall by-law, ns well as the harbor nbop oloeing and hon.se numbering
by-laws, was laid over until the next
regular meeting of the Council. The
Mayor took the ohair, and there were
���Ian nreRent Aldermen Fletcher, Hillyer, Kirkpatrick and McKillop.
Tlio Finance Committee, recommends
ed ihe payment of the following bills
mid ni counts:
Salaries pay roll, $1,624,83; electno
light oontsrnntiou, fa-IMS; sower oon-
strootion, $;!!)!). 50; sewer maintenance.
$10,751 waterworks construction.
$64.OB; waterworks maintenance, $21(1;
Ball & Jeffs, waterworks construction,
$27.70; Ball & Jeffs, waterworks maintenance, $60.73; J. A. Wayward, sidewalks, etc, $367.98; McBeath & Co.,
sewer onntsruntion, $:i(i3.tio; MoBenth
& (In., waterworks eoustnotion, $1,-
168.20; Imperial Oil Co., $8.20; M.
Scnlly, $32.36; John Ellis,'$30; Nelson
Planing Mills. $180.83; Parsons Pro-
dim' Oo., $13.45; M, Burns, $3; Armstrong & Morrison, waterworks construction, $7,174.40; P Bums & Co.,
$i 114; O. P. B electric lifiht construction, $81.18 ; Bank of Montreal, sinking
fund, $8,780; Kootenay Electric Supply Co., $209.46 ; Collector of Customs,
$188.78; Kootenay Electric Supply,
on account contract, $3,1500. Total,
$17,646.36i
Mr. R. J. Hamilton addressed the
Council asking for a sidewalk on Front
street from Hall to Park sireet. It
wus decided to Riant his request. -- -
A tender from Ge.-irgo Lynch, nffcr-
iii��j tn 1 mid the cemetery fmco for 15
cents a foot r.uil to supply any poles
that might lie needed for 85 cents
apiree, was reoeived nnd Bled.
!ni"spon-e to a letter from CW-West
&On. it wis decided toplaceja crossing
on Hull street ou the so th side of Ba-
kor street. The City Engineer wns al
so instructed to have the various .oroBB-
illga keDt clean. It was also decided to
ri'liiv the crossing on Poplar street.
Mr \V.\Y. Beet's request for a cross-
inn over Hen dry X street on the ninth
side of Silica street, and for the side-
walk to bo lowered to permit of easier
access to his honse was leforred to the
l'niilic Works Committee.
All offer was received from the Koti-
iilil Engine Company of Krnssels,Out.,
who wished to supply tho City with a
ohamioal engine costing $3,200, on
terras stated iu the communication.
The offer was reserved for future consideration. The remark that the insurance people hail stated that the pos-
session of a chemical engine would
have a tendency lo reriuue ralos was
rnueived with some ^erision, such ten-
denotes hitherto having remained ten-
denoie.
Alderman Hillyer gave notice of a
motion to amend the tiro insnranoe bylaw at n special meeting to be held
en Thursday at 4 p. in. The sense of
the Council seemed to be that; the companies should be taxed,though the $200
tax mentioned in tho h/-law was considered too much.
The City dork was instructed to
send the deeds and agreements relating to be acquiring of tho electric
light dam site to Mr. F. O. Mitchell-
Inui's for signatures.
Mayor Nnnlanda and Alderman
Fleteher were appointed a committee
of two to wait iinon Mr. T.G. Shaugli-
hessy, president of tho C. P. R., who
is now in Kelson, and endeavor to
oorao to nn arrangement with him in
regard to the recreation grounds.
On the motion of Aldorman Hillyer,
Iho Mayor was mstrnoted to confer
with Cold Commissioner Turner as lo
the lei ins ou which the prisoners in
the Provincial Jail would be employed
breaking rook for rnaodnmizlng the
streets, It was thought that pfobablj
this could bo arranged if tho City
"ipplied iho toils and paid the wages of
Hie guard,
Tho remuneration of Joseph Jaoksou,
iu charge of tho; City weigh scales,
was raised from une hnlf to two-
'liinls of the gross takings. Up to
date he has been barely making $1 per
day.
On the motion of Aldermen Hillyer
nnd Kirkpatirck, the salary .of Mr.
James Sproat, olootrieian, was raised
f'om $75 to $00 por month. The
Council then adjourned.
the defendant, had called for tenders
for the excavation for the brick block
the dofetndant is erecting on Baker
street, and the plaintiff's tender was
the lowest. Captain Hodgins took the
tenders over to Mr. Wilson, manager
for Ihe defendant, but though it was
decided not. to award the contract
then, he thought apparently that tho
plaintiff would get it. He was considerably pestered by contractors wishing
to know the result of their tenders, so
he put a notice up outside hie office
stating that Kerr bad got the contract.
Captain Hodgins explained the state
of affairs to Kerr, though he seems to
have misunderstood it to some extent,
aud, before taking n trip to Ainsworth
gave him the estimates aud specifications. When he returned P. Bnrus &
Co., hud temporarily removed their
wooden building across the street
which reduoed the cost of excavation.
Mr. Kerr was then asked lo come dowii
on his offer, and, it was stated, though
deniad by the plaintiff, that he agreed
to come down $50 on Lis offer. Eventually new tenders were called for but
Ihe plaintiff decliued to bid, bringing
this action instead.
Mr. S. S. Taylor, Q. C, appeared
for the plaintif, and Messrs Maodon-
nlil & Johnson, for the defendant. The
case was tried before a jury consisting
of; Freeman Luke, for "man; T. J.
Sims, S. Tyler, Melville Parry, George
Dovle, P. Chapman, Robert Robertson
and F. M. C. Croskill,
Transvaal, and iu the event of premiums falling due during absence and
not paid the Company will keep the
policies in fall force during service
abroad.
At a meeting of barbers, last night at
the Elite Barber shop a union was
organized to be known as
the Nelson Union. Twelve members wei'9 present representing
every shop in the City except one.
The next meeting will be one week
from last night at Betville's shop on
Baker street. A full attendance is
desired, as the constitution aud bylaws will bo voted upon.
Mr. Joseph Paquette and Miss Simpson were yesterday joined in the bonds
ot holy matrimony by the Rev. Father
Ferland. The ivromony wns performed
iu the Church of St. Mary Immaculate,
at 6:80 a. in., the newly married
onii|de afterwards leaving for n honeymoon trip to Spokane. Mr. Joseph
Sturgeon gave the bride away, and Mr.
A Ferland officiated as best man. A
large number of friends witnessed the
ceremonies.
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& SKK The Ladies Admire
W��l %*��
The latest in Footwear. We have
jusi reoelvi d a consignment including    the   l:Bnn,u8 Julia Mnrlow  nnd
an I tbe mannish styles with bn ml
toes nn 1 heavy soles.
You Can See Them
in our window.    You call try them on   inside and it wont c styou anything.
i LILLIE  BROS, shoeists i
Gamble  &  O'Reilly,
Land Surveyors & General Aeeuts-
Custom House, Real Estate
and Mining Brokers.
Stamping done at Mrs. McLaughlin's
Millinery Store.
OPENING     CATHOLIC    CHURCH.
Tho Impressive Services Are Characterized By High ClnBS Musio.
Z The opening of the Church of St.
Mary Immaculate on Sunday was a
success in every sense of the word.
The congregations were large at both
services, especially in the evening,
when the building was crowded. The
church, and more especially the high
altar which is surmounted by a life
sized statue of the natron saint of the
church, was tastefully decorated with
flowers, and the musio was above anything of the kind that has been heard
h.ire in Nelson as yet.
Father Ooijuelat. of Fort Steele, one
of the pioneer priests of the Province,
opened the morn ing service with an
able address, after which High Mass
was celebrated, the music being Gounod's Saore Coour, while the Credo
wns from Hay den's First Mass. This
magnificent and difficult music wns
admirably rendered by a choir of 10
voices, which had been augmented by
several volnntepis. Mr. W. F. Brougham officiated as organist. The Bene-
diotus ws sung by Mrs. Brougham.
Miss Carey and Messrs. R. M. Mao
donnld and T. Scaulan.- Tbe same
qunrtette, save that Mr. E. G. Lee
took Mr. Maodonald's place, sang
Moorat's Ave Maria during the offertory The singers are to be congratulated on their efforts, the admirable
acoustic qualities of the church enab-
liug Mrs. Brougham's magnificent
oontralto to be heard to the best advantage. Owing to ill health Miss
Carey's voice was a little weak, in
fact she had to leave befi re the service
was concluded and is now confined to
her room with a slight attack of typhoid fever. It was evident, though,
that Miss Carey is the fortunate possessor of a very fine soprano voice.
The evening service opened with an
English hymn of which tho last vorse
wns sung in unison in the German
style. The music wns composed by Mr.
W.. F. Brougham, Father Ferland
in bis address thanked all these who
hart assisted iu the opening, aud made
all denominations welcome to bis
ehi'i'i'li. The music for the Magnificat
wus also composed bv Mr. Brougham,
ami tho versos were alternately Gre-
gonian nnd harmonized. Mrs. Brougham then Rung Gounod's "O Salu-
tnris," and "Nom de Marfe" by the
same composer, nnd did more than
ample justice to the magnificent
���uusie she was rendering. After tho
choir had sung the "Tantuin Ergo,"
the lights were turned down and the
Hoiiedic.tiiiii was very impressively
given by Father Ferland, the Host being uplifted enclosed ill a golden mon-
-triiiici'. This concluded tbo interesting and Impressive ceremonies.
The Byes Feed
the Brain.
Parents who neglect their
childis.j's eyes are more
cruel than
] the Chinese,
| who encase
J the feet of
\ their little
**��� ones.  One
dwarfs the feet���the other
stunts the mind.
When we adjust glasses
study becomes a pleasure.
Patenaude Bros.,
OPTICIANS,
Nelson. B. C.
Wholesale Houses.
NELSON, B. C.
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.f   Canadian, American,
'�����   English and Scotch
3   Manufacture.
Fleece Lined,
Natural Wool,
Fine Cashmere, &c.
:..��      Prices   from   $1,50 to   $7-5��   rer  Suit-    See  our " Vera;; "      j*
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���^ brand absolutely unshrinkable  English Goods. ^
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I Emory & Walley |
3 Hub Furnishing House.
3
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
THORPE & CO., Limited.-Corner Vernon anil Uodor StreetB, Nelson, innnu-
faci.urer.s of and wholesale dealers in aoraiod
waters and frail syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs mineral water.
NELSON SODA WATER FACTORY
���X. Al. Cummins, Lessot, Every known
variety of soft drinks. P. O. Box 88. Telephone No. 31.   Hoover-Street Nelson.
CIGARS
KOOTENAY CIGAR MFQ. CO.-Oor-
nur llukurund Hall sil reds, Nelson, man
iifiictiirci's of " Hoyul Seal " and " Kootenay
Bella " brand of cigars.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
HJ. EVANS & CO.-BaKor Street, Nel-
a son, wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars,
cement, lire brfok and llro clay, water plpo and
steel rails mid general commission merchants.
AT THE COUNT HOUSE.
Kerr vs Bnrna Oeoupies Mr. Justico
Martin's Attention.
'���'liu entire clny at tbo Court House
yesterday was taken up in hearing tlm
plaintiff's case in Kerr vh. BurnB,
whioh is an action nuking tor damiiRON
lor breach of contract and prospective
I f't*!, 'i'vie plaintiff anil Vapfuin
"origins were the chief witnesses for
the plaintiff, iho story of wIioho oase is
briefly us follows:
Oaptaiu   Hodgins,   as architect for
Standard (Jss Lamp. ��� Only perfect
lump.���Latest improvements. Simile
burner, (8.00. Double burner, flO.OO,
100 oandle power light 16 hours, nine
cents.
U. K. TACKABURY. A^ent.
Nelson, B. O.
LOCAL  AND PERSONAL
The License Commissioners yesler-
liay granted a hotel license to Fred
Fisher, of Kitchener.
Mr. W. H. Bullock-Webster lenvos
tomorrow to attend tno Assizes at
Golden. Ho will he absent about a
week.
Mr. Alexander Stewart left last
night on an exteurled visit to Toronto.
He will be away six weeks or two
months,
Complaints ore made in several In-
stances lately telegraph boys huve
i omitted to deliver messages on tho day
I thev arrive. The proper authorities
Should take steps to prevent the recur-
! rence of this.
Tho �����aa��fta Lite  kMtmtnoe Com-
I pany is bound that it shull not be outdone in patriotism or loyalty. It cannot right, but will dispense with extra
ptemfoms for military purposes ou
policies  held  by  volunteers  foi   the
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
BRACKMAN & K.ER MILLING CO.
Limited.���Front Stroet, Nolson. wholesale dealers in flour, meals, etc., and hay
and grain. Mills at Kdmonton, Victoria ami
New Westminster, Elevators on Calgary &.
Edmonton Railway.
GEO.   F-   MOTION-- Wholesalo  Hay,
Grain and reed.   Special quotation, on
carload lots to all Kootenay points.
GROCERIES
AMACDONALD & CO.-Corncr Vcr-
��� non and Jiisephino blreets. wholesale
gro-its and johhers In hlunliels, gloves, miL'.s,
boots, ruhbers, niackiliaws and miners' sundries.
KOOTENAY SUPPLY OO- IflMITKD-
Vei'iiou tu'eoi, NeuOu, Importers, wholesale grocers.
_ FRESH AND SALT MEATS
PBUKNS * CO-Hakcr Slroot,  Nolson,
���   wholesale  dealers  in fresh and cured
moats.   Ould.8torage��
WtST KOOTENAY BUTCHER CO'
���ilaker Ml'cel .Nelson.    \\ hoie-sillodeal-
el's in fre h audcuiod meals.
HARDWARE &   MINING  SUPPLIES
HBYErtS A CO. -bonier Baker ftnd
��� JoatjpniUQ BtrotJWi Nelson, wholesale
dealer* in hardware and mining Bupplies.
Agents fur Giant Powder Co.
VANCOUVER HARDWARE CO'Y.
Li.Mmj) Miikm- eSu'lmjI, N..'lnun, whoh:-
colo dealers in h irdwaro and mining supplies,
plumbers'and tinsmith's supplies)
NELSON  HARDWARE   OOi-Whole
wtiu paints and OilB.
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.
TURNER, BEETON & OO. Corner
Vernon und Josopliino tJtreoi^, Nolson,
wholesale ileulorn in liquorH cigar* ami dry
gundn.   Agents for Pabsc Brewing Co. of Mil-
wn.kce and Calgary HrowlnK l'o. of Calgary.
HUDSON'S BAY CO.-Wholesale groceries and liquorH.c.o., Haker St., Nolson.
PROVISIONS, PRODUCE & FRUITS
JY GRIFFIN A CO.-Cornor Vernon
��� and Josephine tttrcutH. NoIhoii, wholesale
dealers in provisions, cured incut . butter and
eggs.
SASH AND DOORS
NEt5P.il ��AW AJ*D PLANING
MILLS, LiMrrrn -Corner Kront ana
Hall SlreeiH, Nelson, manufacturers of and
wholesale dealers in wwh ud doors; all kinds,
of factory work made lo oraer.
fl 6HaoG6 for the FuDlio
Golden Crown
��| ... Baking  Powder ... fg
TWO   One   lb.   Tii?s for 25 Geijts.
KIRKPATRICK & WILSON,
Lots fur Sale. Houses to Rent.
bums ou Improved Ileal Estate.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
IIII'IIK: Utt 1.1.V ISL��< k,
Biikvr irrecl Kelson. B. ��'.
C. D. J. CHRISTIE
GENERAL BROKER
Fire,   Life,  Accident  and   Sickness
Insurance.
Real  Estate and Loans.
FOR   SALE.
7-Room   House $2,250
50-Foot   Corner       300
106-Foot Corner       600
For Kent -6-room furnished bouse, !�������
We  have  several snaps   in   Mouse
property:
.'1 ICouiiis and attlo, 2 luls. corner Stui,Icy   ^I.^HJ
I Kuoins.:'. i.,i-. 1 voly -'in iii    I.ikki
1 lti.oius nlco cottage, unproved loi    imo
0 ttOOtllb, 'lone fiHindnlion. uullur full BlZO 1,6.00
6 Huunis Vernon Rtrool, 2 luls, excellent
vhIuc.  1,950
0 ltuo.i -s, down tuwn new, all conveniences, rented ut 830     2.15U
8 Koi'ius. large verandah, - lots, ileud
cheap  :t,:ino
8Koonis. all coavenlencee, ? lota, new.... 2,Uuu
GEORGE   GURD,
With !���'. I. Osi.kk.
MARA BLOCK, BAKER ST.
Real Estate b Mines-
Telephone Call, No. io.
Post Office Box, K and W.
TheNelsonElectricTramwayCo.Ltd.
LOTS FOR SALE ON EASY TERflS
Large number Choice Building- Lots adjacent to the
line of their Tramway. For price and terms of sale apply
at the office of the Company, Macdonald Block, Corner of
Josephine  and Vernon Streets.
T. C DUNCAN, Secretary
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
MEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
a^g- ������������������������ -s-sji
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson. Kaslo
Sandon. Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
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.
Corporation of the City of
Nelson.
N0TI0E TO MUN10IPAL VOTERS-
Tho following JM.TK011H nre ontftJod to bt.
pliu'ud on Ulfl VolerN I i-i for llio City of Nel-
>od, viz.,
i\ny male or female being a Jirltinh subject.
of llio full age of t went)-one years,   who shall
have paid, on or before tho Flrtf day of Mo-
vembcr next,all municipal ratpa, taxes aw^ess-
monU and Hoense fees peyablo by bim or her
to the muniolpallty,
i<n Who is Hit* ;; ^i.'s>oil OWoerof lands or of
improvomente, orthoaasewedocoupierof landH
situate within the muniolpallty, or
(/-j Who is areflident of and oarriee on buel��
D088 and is tbe holder of a trader's liocnso in
the municipality, the annual fee for which is
not less Irian Ivodollars or
U) Whoisn houeoholder within the municipality.
>�� person shall bo entitled to vote unrfera
housouoldor^s (pi difloatlon, nor shall his or her
earaebo Inoluaodln the Annual Voters' List
unless he or six; shall, on or before the Flrnt
day of December next, enter with the under*
signed his or ber name as a voter, and shall
make and personally deliver to the under-
signed at the same tunc a Statutory declaration, the form of which may he obtained at the
city offices.
Hy order.
.1. IC. 9TRAOHAN, City (lork.
Nelson, B, 0��� Oct. 12, J8j!(.
COAL!   COAL!
Great Reduction!
(MSiS^b $9.50 Per Ton
DEI.IVKKED.
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ACETYLENE GAS
VANSTONE'S DRUG STORE.-Cor.
ner Josophlno and Haker HtreeU. AkIh.
fm <'..I, hi n rin-iii.ir nnd Wvlland Acetylene
(Ja- Machine Co.
ASSAYER'S SUPPLIES
WF. TEETZEL& CO.-('orni;r^^r
��� and Josephine Utreotn, Nolwon, whole-
Haltt dealers In u-> <i> ��r' supplies. Agents for
Denver Fire Clay Co, of Ponver, Colorado.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax.
Incorporated 1869.
Capital Authorized   -   -   -   -   $2,ooo,ooo
Capital Paid Dp, $1,500,000, Reserve, $l,25o,ooo.
Head Office: Halifax, Nova Scotia.
(ieneial Banking KukIiickh Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts receivpd on tho nr'-t favorable terms,   tetereit allowed on ipeolal
deposit] 'nil on Having Bunk-occountH.
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria, Ymir.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
Special   rates  for  carload   lots and
for outside points,
(1W.WEST&C0.
TKl.Kl'IION'K :��.
I BUYANYTHING
I'Yoill a sti-iitn limit
to a liaby's rattle
Everything   him a
value at my store.
PROSSER,
Ward St.,  Bet.  Baker and  Victoria.
WANTED!
2500 MINERS.
To work In the MsUlUferOUl Mlniw of llrltlnh
( iiliiinbiii, ul tin1 fnllowliiK pricoH per
ilay of eiKlil hours:
lliviid DrOlen fci.on
MhiIiIih', Mimi  up
Milium In Hhufl.i    3.80 to $4 (IH
Oarmen  tsaio 8.00
Bhorallan 2.��i
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llliicksiniilm  3.Auto W.fiO
Ttmborman    8.U 1 o ii.iio
AniilytoTlIK SII.VKH I.KAII MISKM AS-
HIK'IA'I'ION, Hiiiulon. llritli.li Columbia.
NELSON WINE CO.,
whiim you oan depend on getting tlio bust
iintnilsIn thi innrkrl und tiny quanllty from
llli'. up.   I'rlii-s OSODOl Im (llspuloil,
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Frank A. Tamblyn, Mgr.,
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Privates Moodie and Wilkins
Join the Contingent.
AFTER THE SOUTH FORK
The Government Will Continue the Road
to Marguerite Falls.���Some News
Motes From Kaslo,
Knslo,   Oct.     23.���(Special    Corre-
ynndeuce of The   Miner. )���Kaslo   haH
I uiitrilinted its unit to tlie forces that
will fight for the Queen anil Empire
in South Africa. Nine members of
the Kaslo Rifles volunteered in re-
spense to the Government's call to
n ns and two of thera���Privates
I'.iodic and Wilkins were chosen. The
���' nice was decided by vote, the ineni-
lors of the company   expressing thein-
II tvea by ballots in favor of the two
] ; ivates. Mr. Moody is a Canadian
rod has been here four or live years.
Ve is a surveyor. He left on Satur-
( ���>' for Calgary, where his family re-
i-i'les, and will remain there until the
r. C. contingent comes along. Private Wilkins is a Canadian and has
1 i fed in Kaslo for the past two years,
lie left for Nelson this morning to re-
p irt to Capt. Hodgins, who will be in
1 liurge of tho Kootenay boys. The cit-
i ens of Kaslo showed their apprecia-
I iin of the loyalty of the two volun-
t ers by presenting each on Saturday
night with a purse containing $125
1 -sides several nickuacks of a nature
that will be of use in the campaign.
The'Kaslo Rifles opened the social
H'ison ou Thursday niRht by giviug a
1 ill in the Kaslo Hotel. It wns a mos*
nispioious opening of tbe winter's festivities. The arrangements bad been
I"��de with a careful attention to de-
t il that made Ihe affair thoroughly
enjoyable. The three essentials���floor,
i uisio and supper���were excellent aud
t'-o attendance was larger than has
marked a social event here for a long
Tne Ab a consequence the ball was
u'so successful from a financial stand -
joint, More military activity was
displayed yesterday when tbe Kai lo
1'ifles paraded to the Methodist
Church, where Kev. Mr. Wood conflicted services. The soldiers marcher!
veil and made a very good irapres
fion. The uniform is the same as
that worn by the Nelson company.
Sandon and Cody people are enter-
1 vising. Tbey are agitating for the
��� nstruction of a wagon road over the
divide to tap the South Fork country,
v hich soon promises to be one of the
busiest mining regions in the Province. Nature intended that the dis
triot shonld be supplied by Kaslo, but
to far nature has not cut muob figure
Mnean City has supplied the upper
end of it���Camp Mansfield���and now
Snndon and Cody are trying to appro-
p-mte tbe rest. It is closer to Sandon
bit not nearly as good a haul as Irom
Knslo. The Government road np the
South Fork is bringing to Kaslo a
great deal of the trade but only its ex-
tr-ision to the Excelsior Mill site
will give Kaslo the benefit of Camp
Mansfield and adjacent districts,
v hose trade has already reached very
laree dimensions. Mr. Mansfield is
li re now supplementing his outfit lor
thn Twill Lakes aud Treadwell Camps
and a big pack train will leavo for
there tomorrow. Since the above was
written I have hoard that some
more money has been forthcoming
and that the present road will stop at
t;ie Black Fox and that a trail, for a
sleigh road, will be continued to the
Marguerite Falls at the Excelsior mill
s.te. The building of the road is a
mysterious matter for no one seems to
k now mnch about it. It is iu tho
h mils of Mr. Green, M. P. P., who
acts with the Nelson clique in looking
alter the interests of the Slocan i n lie-
fa df of the Government.
F. E. Archer is talked of as a probable mayoralty candidate. He will
come out in favor of tho corporation
��� securing the ownership of the electric
light plant. The City already owns its
waterworks system and many think
that it should also acquire tbe light
plant. Dr. Harkin, tho prsent mayor,
has bad onough of municipal honors,
and will devoto himself to the comforts of private life aftor his present
term is up.
T. M. Gibson has returned from the
Buffalo Hump country. He predicts
tbat thero will be a good camp there
when it has been made more acoessa-
ble. It is a much rougher country
than any part of the Slocan. A big
rush will follow the building of a
railroad.
Ernest Stonham, who for the past
year has been ledger keeper in the
Punk of B. N. A., has been transferred to tbe Ashcroft branch. He was
given a very hearty send-off by bis
many friends here on   Saturday night.
Alex Smith lias sent a force of men
to the Bannockburu group in Lardo-
Duncan   district.      Mike   McAndreWS
.vill be foreman and work will be carried on all winter.
To overcome tbe difflonlty that the
co.flpany has experienced each year on
account of the Lucky Jim snow slide, j
which is one of the largest in the]
country, tbe K. ic S. is building a
suowshed. Contractor Oaison is doing
the work.
Tho Eight-Hour law has had the effect
of making business very dull in Kaslo. Tho Government has very few
friends here on account of its unwise
legislation.
M. H. Ratbbiiiiie, superintendent of
the Jackson, which has closed down
for tho winter, is in the city. He
leaves shortly for England where he
will spend the winter.
F. J. Hill, who has been accountant
at the Whitewater since the new company took charge, bus severed his connection with the property.
Worel has been recived that Barr &
Rankin's store and stock at Argenta
have been completely destroyed by
fire.
John Keen, recorder, has started on
his annual rounds aud is now preparing the 1900 rolls.
Lorenzo Alexander, one of tho Slo-
cbii'h prominent mining men, is in
the  city.
E. J. Matthews, ore buyer for the
big smelter trust, is in the Oity.
J. E. ANN ABLE
Real Estate
Fire Insurance
Life Insurance
Money to Loan
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
NliLSON,   B. C.
Se*^SSSSSS8SS5s��S��sWSS��*��S^��S��SS9^
SOAP
AT THE OPERA HOCSE.
Manager Anuable, of the Nelson
Opera Houso, is just long headed
enough to know how and what to give
his audiences. In tbe Opera last
night Miss La Dell, aided by Mrs.
Brougham, ploased everybody. Un-
fortnnatelv Miss Cary was ill and mi
able to fill the part assigned to her.
The impersonations of Miss La Dell
were vivid aud true to life. While
Mrs. Brougham's singing was, asit.'al-
ways is, an attraotive feature. Tbe
music during the intervals was excellent.
AT THE HOTELS.
Hume.���H. B. Williams, Grauile
Mine: V. 0. Kaekliffe, Slocan City;
Peter Home, Granite Mine; A. Foreland, Arrowhead; Harold Thomas,
Loudon, Eng; H. E. T. Hanitnin,
Yellowstone Mine; B. Goodwin, San
Francisco; R. W. Maefarlane, Ifroir;
E. E. Werner, Berlin. Ont; O. A.
Sutherland, Mrs. Sutherland, Kaslo;
R. Morkill, F. Elwell, Bonnington;
M. Lewis Parry, Winnipeg; W. Ecker-
stein. P. Kelly, Spokane; Henry Roy,
Rossland ; J. A. Sopoortau, M. Johnson, Vancouver; C. M. Armstrong,
Montreal.
NO INQUEST HELD.
No inquest was held on tbe body of
A. P. Fawcett, and the funeral services were held last evening at 4:45 in
the Presbyterian Church. The body as
reported in Tbe Miner was shipped to
Kamloops.
DIAMONDS GOING UP.
New York, Oot. 2!!.���Since the 10th
instant, diamonds in the rough hive
advanced twice, in each case five pr
cent, making a total increase in price
of 55 pel cent., during the last six
months. So far the cut diamonds have
not been affected.
A PHILIPPINE SKIRMISH.
Manila, Oct. 23.���In a skirmish
with the insurgents around Calamba
this morning, one member of Major
Chatham's battalion was killed and
three wounded. Fonr men of the gunboat Mativelos, while on shore near
Iloilo, were attacked, one being killed
one wounded,a third captured.
Millinery
We nie showing the latest
correct, styles in Millinery,
With in thing lacking that
could add to Ihe attractiveness and completeness of our
stock,
Mrs.   McLaughlin.
At this time of the year is a necessity
Also is
Nelson Employment Agenc,
WANTED.
Four oarpentoro, oook, machine men, ii<1i><ts
anil inn,-kin's: for railroad work, laborers
for city ainl outside,
Two women cooks want situations*
CONTKACTS    TAKES    FOR     DIAMOND
COItK DRILLING.
J. H. LOVE, Ag't      Baker r
Crow's Nest Pass
COAL
$6.25 DELIVERED
Special
Rates For Carload
Lots.
CHARLES ST.BARBE, Agt.
SHILOH MINERAL CLAIM.
SlTOATBIN THE NELSON  MlNINU   DIVISION   OK
West Kootknay District. Where l.n
catku:���On Beak Cheek One Mii.k East
or Ymir.
rpAKE NOTlfF. that I. J. A. Kirk, nc'lni;
A. un agent for Ovid Pnulin, Free Miner's
Ccrtlfleato No. .'O.IIIv. .loan Harris, Free Min
fir's Certificate No. M.HHUa anil Andrew Dnds,
Free Miner's O'TtlflcateNd. 81.87U, Intend/sixty
days- from llio date hereof, to njijily to ttie Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,
for the paroono of obtaining a Grown Urant of
tho above claim.
And further take not loo that action, under
section 37, mint! be romii.onecd boforo tho issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
J. A. KMlXr
Dated this 27th day of .Yliwoh. IBM). 977
and
Waverly
Hotel
NELSON, B. C.
Pearline, Gold Dust,
Washing Powder.
ft    We are headquarters for these.
M. DESBRISAY & CO.
Every Man
likes toilless in  P���Bi,i     .,
N-eFitttagttnrft:1
'lo so at  a
Fall and  Wju| e
reaBoiinble
price,  .V|V
Ill
will
Ladles' Tailoring  ���
ranches, ��� specialty      '"  lls
completion .Stiiiin,.: ..V'1'?0*
uml Fancy VesU,,���' offi0*'��
call ainl I will n��'t, e w ���
lhtttwillastonBhTOeyouPri"-'!
"Stevens ft
Rooms land ii ,BUOr
Clements Hillyer Block
SMOKE "ROYAL SEAL"   CIGARS
BOARD AND ROOMS AT
REASONABLE    PRICES,
CALGARY   FAMOUS
LAGER BE
fR    ��L. POGUE...
A      "...���mil..,,,,
Mm HARNESS,
>$W ?.?-. 'M   l;x,'l[|^''iit\Ks��,
���'I'll IIAItMlsg,
ISH slIHH (s,
Willi's, Kit,
CARLOAD   JUST   ARRIVED.
NEXT DOOR TO OPERA HOUSE.
0. A- PROSSER,   Manager.
LUMBER.
Delivered to an any point on
Kootenay Lake.
. I have a complete stock
on hand of
ROUGH AND
DRESSED LUML.KF,
SHINGLES.
MOULDINGS, SASH D0<iNs
INSIDE FINISH.
COAST FLOORING
and
FINISHED LUMBER.
Turner Beeton & C
WHOLESALE   LIQUOR
AIERCHANTS
NELSON, B. C.
Mill at PILOT BAY.
Yards, NELSON and LARDO.
HEAD   OFFICE
ISTELSOIsr.
J.   A.   SAYWARD.
F.J. BRADLEY & CO.
PAINTERS and
DECORATORS.
SIGN WORK A SPECIALTY.
Builders will find it lo  their ndvantnge to
llnure with Bradley 8c Oo. on Painting.
Nelson Cleaning and Dyeing
Establishment-
S.  D. PIERRE Prop.
Ladies' and Gents' Clothing cleans 1
dyed, altered and repaired. '
SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
Ui'ar of Clarke lliiicl vrisiiv
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SMOKE
WILLS'S
TAKE   NO   OTHER. |
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SMOKE "KOYAL  SEAL"   CIGAR!*
W. P. DICKSON
E. H. H. APPL.EWHAITE
J. McPHEE
Kootenay Electric Supply ul Gistrictioi Co.
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Complete Electric Equipments for Electric Power Transmission and lighting for o.ines,  towns,   etc     Electric   Fixtures, LampsRells, Telephones, Annunciators, etc.
Josephine S* NELSON.  B. C.
SMOKE "HOYAL SEAL"   CIGARS.
KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
Our Fresh Boasted Coffee of Best
Quality, as follows:
Java and Arabian Moona, per pound 8 io
Java and Mocha Blond, S pounds   100
Pino Santos, I imundn  1 00
Santos Blond, ft 1101101111  1 oil
Our Special Hlond, 6 pounds  100
Our llio Konst, II pounds...  loo
,1 mi i l okdkr Nourrreu.
SALESItOOJ.o ;
2 DOORS EAST OP ODDFELLOWS
BLOCK.  W. BAKER ST.
rVELSOlM,        m        D. c.
TADDY & CO.
ESTABLISHED 150 YEARS
London, Eng.
and
"ORBIT"   Brand
PRGli I ER Navy Cut Tobaccos.
AacNTSi for Canada : JAMES TUR:' ER & CO.. Hamilton, Ont.
SON'S
FOR   MACHINERY
of nil ktiidt).
WIRE ROPEANDROPEWAYS
Bloichurfc and Hallidie Byetoms,
WATER TUBE BOILERS i
Habcock and Wilcox. eti\
GAS and OIL   ENGINES,   etc. j
A'",,y,0J.C.frOROFTS,.M,.M���,J
B iker Street,   '   NELSON i   B. 0.
Or to FEROUSSON & Ckofts, Vancouver
ENGINEERS AND AGENTS.
ESTIMATES.     PLANS.    REPORTS.
Wi' have completed our alteration mill now lmvi' plenty of
room to uocominodats the ever
increasing number of customers
to our store,
Thomson Stationery Co., Ltd.
NELSON, B. C.
MISCELLANEOUS
AdvertlrtomeiitH insortod under this-head at
thn rat" of ono cunt a word por Insertion. No
advertlHoincnt taken for lens than 2.5 cents.
LOST���A   chain     gold   brooch,     last
night;   Leave at (Jrickmny Hospital.
WANTED. ���*'onni? man eiiK��Red in
olllce work wishes board and room
in private dwelling, near business
portion of town. Apply M., Miner
Offloe.
LUST.���A   nnuget   pin.    Finder   will
oblige   by   returning   same   to  The
Miner Office.
FOUND���A buneh of   keys, twelve in
number. Foup/lou Oottmiwood Creek
by .Mm,'ii McClaudish.    The same oan
be had   by calling at tbe Miner olllce.
LOTS  FOR SALE
&175 will purohaso 2 Lots on Carbonado St.
0400 will purchase three lota  n Davis' Addition. Including corner.
$800 will purchase two lots in Addition A.
MINIXG SHAKES FOIt SALE.
5,000 shin us Ullca (pooled) ljc
10X0(1    "      Fairmont   "    4c
    Blackcock Mining Company  20c
ALEX. STEWART,
Mining and  Real   Estate   Broker
Turner-Boeckh Block. Neisnu.
Atlantic S. S. Lines
From Mont real
Heaver Line "Lake Superior" Nov. 8
Domini in Lino "Coinbroman"  Oof, 28
Dominion line "Vancouver"  Nov ii
Allan Line "Ciilifoiniiin"  fJov    II
Allan Lino "Nuailniall" Nov.  |
From New York
White Star Lino "Mojextio"  Nov. s
While Slur Line "Tciiln.-iie"..   Nov. 1
Canard Line "Aurania" on 21
Cunard Line "Ktrurla" Oct. 28
Anchor Line "Furnossla"      del 28
Allan Htato Line "Mongolian"  ,.Oct,28
imorioan Lino "New York"     Oct..'.
From Bosior
Dominion;Lino "New Bngland"   Oot.23
Doininiuu Lino "Canada" Nov.  X
Passages arranged to and from all European
liuintn. For rates, tickets and full Information
apply to O.P, it, depotng.nt or O E. Boaeloy,
Llty I'assengei Agent, Nelson, H.C
W. I'. F. CL'vlMINOS.
flemiral Affnni '"I' B. OflWi  'Vinnli.g
Fraternity  Hall
Cor linker A Knolenay sis.
can be rented  for Concerts, Lectures, i
Dances, Banquets and every kind of en-
tiitiiiniient.   Good ante-rooms, clonk
rooms. Kitchen mid dining- room fur-
nibbed,   For terms apply
DR. & O. AKTHUK, City.
You ci n save money by
buying your
Plate, Sheet and Ornamental
Glass from
R. H. WILLIAMS, Nelson, Agent foi
J.   W.  MELLOR,
VIOTOBIA, B.O.
E. J.SCOVIL
m\i\��. mi.iui ii.     ,\.tintv I'litLU'.
Windermere Mined.   CorreapoudoDOoSol'oitcd
WXNDERMEBB. B. O.
AND SOO LI;\E.
'ihe iliii'i-l route from
KOOTENAY COUNTED.
to all points
EAST   and   WEST.
Pirst-Glnsi Sleepers on nil trnina Irom
ARROWHEAD & KOOTKNAYLDH
TOURIST OARS |ihsk MediclueHat
dally lor Si. Paul, Suudays anil ffni-
nosdnya f..r Torouto, Pridaja foi
Montmil nnd Boston,
CONNECTIONS
To a ,d from Kobson, Rossland.
Ex. Sua. Ex, Sun.
7.10 Lv.        NELSON Arr.10.40
IS.tH.) Lv.d.iily NELSON daily Ari'.21.1ll
Morning I ruin connects Monday.
Wednesday and Friday f mil Boundary ('reck points Evening train coih
neet.s in uml from .Mnii' Line nnd points
north and on Tuesday, Thursday uml
Saturday limn nil Bumidary Creek
point'.
KOOTENAY KIVER ROUTE,
Daily. Mr. Movie Dliily
ZUM Lv. NELSON        Arr. 16.2
Connects Kootenay Landing nitli
Orow'a Nest Branch train, both ways,
KOOTENAY LAKE-KA8L0 HOL'TE
Ex. Sun. Str, Ii 'knueo Ex. Sun
10.00 Lv. NELSON        Arr. 11,1X1
Tuesda Thursday, Saturday, toAi-
genta and eturu,lunvinii Kiihloat20.ii0li
To nnd from
HANDON AND SLOCAN POINTS.
Ex. Sun. Rx. Sun,
9.(10 Lv. NELSON Ar, 14,20
4 brs-NELSO.N to KOSSLAND-Un 1
For rales and full Information address Deal
est local agent, or
U. K. BKASLKV Oity Paasonger Agenl
K. W. DltKW, Agent, Nelson
W, F. ANDERSON, E. J. COYLE,
Trav. Paea. AgODt,      A G. "������48!ih,
Nels *n
Vanreuvir
Spokane Falis^
N9rtbem R'v.
kelson  tfc Fort
^heppard^v
tied W*; 'sntain^V'
The onlv nil rail route without
change of curs between Nolson a^a
Rossland nnd Spokim  ami Rnsslana
(DAILY i
Lv.   II. 10 a m. NELSON,   ir. 5.oO p.m.
Lv. 11.25 n.in, ROSSLAND Vi'S^l'"1'
Lv!   8 50 aan! SPOKANE Ar,6.00 |i,m
'iiniii that leaves Nelson at 9:10<*.to
makos clone conneotions at Spotans t-i
nil Paoiflfl Coast Points. ,
PasHeuK-rs for Kettle River*mWW
nry Oreek,oonneot at Marons initMnn
Diuly.
H. A. JACKSON, G.V.&U.
Spokane Wasti
G. K. TACKAUUKY,
A��ent, Nelson, H.( ���
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company-
Operating
KASLO &4��rX30AN KiULWAVi
INTKHNA'I'lONAL NA.) ��� ^      ^ |'luio.
Schedule of Time.       Paolllo BMnaai
Effective  June ULHra
KASLO Jt -41'1". AN���   v,ysl��li����!
Passenger train for Bandon wo   ���'  ni���t,
leaves   Kaslo at 8 a. m., ���;   K    st K������
leaves Sandon at 1.14 p.m��� an n nig
atS.8Sp.ni. ,   ,   ..... ..'nt Alt. CO,
INTlOlt.V ATItlN A L N A \ , ��      ,'��(iv(,r.
Operating on Kooten'iy I-il �� "'fLNc]Son
Sto. ."International isayea��" .. imwg,
at G a. in, daily exoepl ������""''',', ���i jjalfour.
leaves Nelson at 1.80 p.ni��� oa M��b{| j on-
Pilot Bay, Ainsworth and all wa )<�� m
neots wilh Sir. "Albeila I'l'.'.'&X.li)*1"1
ner's Ferry, Idaho, ,ilso vj.it i ��� : ; fc
from   pokane at Five Mile   '   " f    Honncr*
Sir Alhcrta" Leaves .N'l-', s������iriln ?
Ferry, Tuesdays, Tbjjnmjj; !'.' u,nll,iioii��l
at 7 a.m., inoetlng SU'in" ''���,���, k'��Ipf
from Kaslo at Pllof W- �� '���! noso��r*,ffi
Bonner's Ferry ill 8 ;'��� ,i"'���i,l, Sir. ������"'
,iays and Bundttys, ooniiooinig Afl,ejov
teroaUonal" for Kaslo, Urdo        :,., j.?rrj
Tickets sold to all points in u��
U5��tSaa rates and full Infer ���*
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