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Daily Edition No. 790
Nelson,  British Columbia, Saturday Evening, July  28, 1900.
Tenth Year
'
STILL WAITING
FOR CONFIRMATION
Absence of Direct Word from
__cgal-��ns Has Depressing Effect In London.
' three days ago by the Tribune, sends
the followjugf reply, dnted Shanghai,
.Inly :��7tli: ''Tribune, New York.���
L'ekin reports Ministers alive. Safety
assured. Allied forces entrance of
l'ekin unnecessary. (Signed l.i Bung
Chang.)'.'
(BY AS-OCIATEIJ PRBSS.)
London, July 29���The statement
cabled from Washington that the officials there are wavering with regard \
to the reliability of the alleged messages from Minister Conger und Ting
Fang's assurances has had a marked
depressing effect on this side of the
ocean where many havo been buoyed
up by thc sanguine views of the State
Department at Washington regarding
the various Shanghai despatches anil
pessismisin is again gaining Hie ascendency.
" No improvement lu the general
situation," is the message one agency
brings from the liritish Consul at
Shanghai to overwrought Europe
while another asserts thnt as a week
has elapsed without a reply to thcCon-
sul's inesaagc to the liritish Minister
at Pekin, Sir Claude MndDotiald.
through the Tsung l.i Yaiuen, the belief is confirmed that the assurances
of Chinese officialdom are only designed to gain time, and that even if
Ministers are alive they are held as
hostages.
A ooininentator pertinently remarks
'���':.; It I here is an uloui of truth iu all
tbo Chinese assertions, thc officials
have only to supply thc Legations.
not With vegetables, but with telegraph forms.
Definite uews of any kind is scarce.
The report comes from Shanghai that
huiilnma has been resumed at the port
of New Chwang and that n second
Japanese division is mobilizing at T'o-
klo, preparatory to embarkation for
China.
MORE  ASSURANCES.
Washington, D. C, July 98.���The
Secretary of State has received the
following despatch from Mr. Fowler,
tbe American Consul at Che Foo, dated at midnight on the 86th: "This
morning by request of the Allied Ad-
nilralsjl wired the Uovernor (supposed
to be the Governor of Shan Tung)
their wish to get news from from the
Ministers themselves.
"The Governor now replies: ' Have
received today an edict from the Emperor saying that the Ministers are
well. They arc sending provisions to
the Legations. Am confident the
Ministers arc out of distress and request you (Fowler) to transmit this
preliminary announcement to the Admirals.  (Signed) Youan, (iovernor.' '_
A later despatch from Mr. Fowler
dated 1 p. m., 27th, to thc State Department is as follows: "Another
telegram has just been receiveil from
thc (iovernor as follows: "Have just
received an Imperial edict dated the
-'4th saying various Ministers, excepting the Herman, are well and some
days ago they had supplied provisions
to Legations. Am satisfied thc Ministers arc out of distress. (Signed)
Yuan, (Iovernor."
Secretary Hay also received a cablegram from United StatcB Consul Mc-
Wade at Canton stating that the Vlc-
royTak assures him thut thc Ministers
were all alive and well on July   24th.
SAYS ALL ARE DEAD.
Shanghai, July 28.���The manager of
Kussian Bank of Shanghai has rcceiv-
p letter from the bank's New Chwang
branch stating that one of their Chinese represcntativas from l'ekin, who
had just arrived, confirmed thc report
of the l'ekin massacre. Torture failed to shake thc man's statement. He
declared that all foreign Ministers
were murdered.
Seeing death waR inevitable, as the
Chinese swarmed In the Legation, the
Ministers killed their families at the
last moment. Sir Hubert Hart in de-
ipair committed suicide."
Ll CABLES SAFETY.
New York, July 28. - Li Hung
('hang, the Chinese Viceroy, in rc-
��r��-��e  to  a  request, cabled  to him
Paris, Jnly 28.���Thc Chinese Minister at Paris,Ytl Keng. has received the
following Imperial decree, dated July
24th: "The foreign Ministers are
happily at present safe and sound, except Kelteler. We are having the
foreign Legations supplied with vegetables and fruits as a token of tlie interest we feel in them.''
San Francisco, Cal., July 28���The
transport Hancock will sail today for
Taku. She will carry ..00 marines, a
battery of artillery and a number of
soldiers. She will be followed by the
Meade next Wednesday.
LONDON LETTER.
Formation ofa Third Political Party considered iiluiiiv Probable In i iiiiMmiI.
London July 88���The continuation
of terrific heat the greater part of the
week brought about B condition of
general disintegration loan unparall-
ed pitch, Almost as remarkable as
the breakdown of long established
social customs before thc tropical
wave is the break up of the Liberal
l'arty.
The formation of a third party Is
generally considered almo_t inevita-
Me as the result of the internal dissensions now raging iu the Liberal
ranks. Imperialists have thrown off
the mask and demand control of the
party, maintaining that both by numbers and Influence they are entitled to
dictate its policy. In this they are
opposed by the "forwards." or anti-
Imperialists, with a vigor and bitterness that can only be compared to tlie
acerbity with which tlie (lladstou-
ians assailed thc Liberal Unionists
When hoiue rule brought the parting
of the ways.
OFFERS TO SURRENDER.
Dowott Offers Conditional Surrender but
Bobs  Refuses to Give Any Conditions.
War Bulletin, London, July 38.���A
special despatch from Capetown  says:
" 1 Jewelt has offered to surrender
on conditions that his followers be
permitted return to their homes
Unmolested."Lord Huberts has refused
anything except unconditional surrender."
MARRIED   AT   LAST.
London, July 28.���Lady Randolph
Churchill was married today to Lieutenant Cornwallis-West at St. Paul's
church, Knightliridge.
Thc   church   was     thronged    with
handsomely dressed  women.    There
was on restriction upon the number
admitted to the church to witness the
ceremony except the capacity of the
church, but only relatives ami intimate friends were bidden to the subsequent wedding breakfast, and no
reception was held.
COAL COMMISSION.
London, luly 28.���Thc (iovernment
is considering the appointment of a
Royal commission on the question of
the future of thc naval coal supply.
This aotion is greatly due to the increasing production and cheapness of
American coal and thc diminishing
supply of Welch Hteum coal with
whieli warships arc furnished.
FEVER IN CUBA,
Washington, July 28-In regard to
the Yellow Fever situation in Cuba
Ihe following lias been received at thc
War Department)
"Havana, July 27���Surgeon (leneral
Wyinan, Washington. I have been in
communication with the military authorities regarding the First Regiment. There have been 11 deaths at
I'inar del Hlo. eight new eases and II
suspects now under observation. The
disease obtained headway before differentiation. The troopH moved out of
camp for observation. All baggage
and   equipment will   be  disinfected
labeled and sealed liy us before being
placed upon transports. (Sgd) GLEN-
NON."
WINNIPEG GREWS WIN.
Defeat Toronto Grews ln Four-0 irocl and ElO. t
Oared Races.
Winnipeg. July 28.���This was thc
opening day of the Winnipeg Bummer
regatta, it was iu every way a success from a Winnipeg standpoint as
the local crews captured every event.
A heavy breeze somewhat ruffled the
water but otherwise thc conditions
were perfect.
The two big events of tlie day were
the Senior Fours and the Junior
Eights, in which the Winnipeg's and
Toronto Argonauts crews contested.
lu the Fours the Winnipeg- caught
the water firsthand were never headed,
winning by two lengths, time 4:55.
The Argonauts' crew consisted of It.
F. Hlair. J. K. Hunt in. W. I). I'.
llardisty, T. R,  llirehell, stroke.
The Junior Eights was a splendid
race. Iii the first attempt the Argonauts fouled the Winnijiegs and as it
had lieen agreed to row over in ease
of fouls, a fresh start was made. It,
was a nip and tuck contest till the
last quarter when the Wlnnipegs pulled out and won by two lengths. Time,
4 :;if>. The Argonauts'eight were: W.
P. Wadsworth. R. II. Parinenter, 11.
F. Blair, J. R. Buntin, W. D. P. Llardisty, T. 1'. llirehell, A. A. (I. Kemp,
Vi. W. Bright, stroke.
The Winnipeg four was as follows:
C. Riley, bow; A. A. Strang. 2:
Charles Johnson, .'!: C. L. Marks,
stroke. The Winnipeg Eight Junior,
J. I). Pratt, bow; L. Hayes, 2; II. IS.
Sprague, il; F. Slide. I; II. E. Hayes,
BJ E. Hamber, ii;C Mciluw, 7: C. s.
Riley, stroke; 0.   Aldous,    coxswain.
Club fours between Winnipeg and
Rat Portage were the remaining
races. Today the Wlnnipegs and Argonauts meet in the Junior Fours anil
Senior Eights.
YACHT RACES.
Montreal, Que.. July 28.���Duggan
won two of the three races in the
trial series yesterday at Dorval, and
in the third was beaten by a length
and a half over tlie triangular course
by the Black Beauty, sailed liy Mr.
Sherwood. Tin1 trials were over the
triangular and windward courses.
The final trial will take place this afternoon, when the defender will be
chosen.
AT   WINNIPEG.
Winnipeg, July 28.���American Day
at the Winnipeg fair was another successful day of a successful week. The
visitors from the neighboring states
were here in crowds with bands and
made the exhibition grounds very
lively. The fair closes tomorrow.
In connection with the exhibition
there are various sporting tournaments in progress. Winnipeg today
defeated Fargo at golf, Grafton defeated Winnipeg at baseball and
Grand Forks won the team shoot in
the shooting tournament,
POSTAL  RATES.
Washington,   .luly   28.���Postmaster
General  Smith has  promulgated an
important general order giving thc
postage rates between the United
States and the Island possessions. It
directs that all mail sent from the
United States to the Island of Guam,
the Philippine Archipelago and
Tuitilla, includinggjl uiljacant islands
of the Samoan group, which are possessions of United StatcB or from all
of these to I'nited States or fnnn one
island to another, shall be   subject to
I'nited States domestic classification,
conditions and rates of postage.
MEXICANS WORSTED.
New Orleans, La., July 28.���Meagre
news has reached this city nf a desperate battle between .'100(1 Mexican
troops and the Yucatan Indians, in
which the Government troops were
badly routed and lost heavily. The
Indians numbered 0000 warriors and
they were armed with tlie most modern rifles.
SHOT FROM AMBUSH.
Huntington, W.Va., July 28.���Hamilton Itunyons of Marion. Ohio, and
Miss America Arthur, of Harbourville.
W. Va., were fired on from amluish it
is thought, while driving near Long
Branch, 20 miles south from here, late
Thursday night, Runyons was fatally
Injured and Miss Arthur, her physic-
Ian says, cannot recover. The person
in ambush fired twice, the weapon
used being a double-barreled Shotgun
loaded with slugs. Miss Arthur and
J Mr. Itunyons were to have been  mar
ried in September. Several detectives
arc at work on the case of which there
is no satisfactory explanation.
PARTING GIFTS.
Retirinu Lieutenant Guvurnor and Family In
Nova Scotia Got Gifts from People.
Halifax, N. S.,.Tuly 2H���An interesting presentation in the Legislative
Council Chamber took plaee this afternoon, the recipient being Sir M. Jt.
Duly, retiring Lieutenant (iovernor of
the Province, Lady Daly and Miss
Daly. Thc presentation Bpeeeh was
mode by Mayor Hamilton in the presence ofa large number" of prominent
citizens and the gifts were made on
Uehalf of friends in the city and province.
The gilt to Sir M. B. Daly consisted
of a magnificent dressing ease. Each
piece in the set was contained in a
Rilver mounted case which bore tbe
Governor's crest and the plate on the
case bore his monogram. Tin. gift to
l_udy Daly was a very handsome diamond star pendant witb chain attached and the present to Miss Daly a
diamond ring.
DROWNED   AT KINGSTON.
Kingston, July 88.���Dr. K.  F.   Car-
tnichacl. house surgeon at Kingston
Ueneral Hospital, and kou of Kev.
James Carmichae] of King, Ontario,
was drowned last night by the upsetting of a boat in which he was listening to a band concert in company
with Miss Pearl Oldrive wbo was
saved.
BEEF TAKES A JUMP.
Chicago, July 26.���The Record today says: "Prices of corned and ribs
of beef have advanced from Sl.Sfi to
81,50 per dozen for one-pound cans.
This is Ihe largest advance ever made
by Chicago and Western packers at
one jump. The cause is the large demand by the United States (iovernment and tlie foreign powers.
MAILS   IN   HAWAII.
Washington, July :.'8.��� The Post Office   Department   has   announced   the
establishment of the first railway mail
service in Hawaii. The line runs
around the Island of Oahu, carrying
the mails between Honolulu and Ka-
kuku via Aiea. Pearl t'ity, Waipahu,
Honolulu. Walanac and Waiihu, a
distance of l:i miles each way. The
mails arc carried six times a week.
The service began June 14.
LADY SARAH HOME.
London, .luly !iS���Among tbe arrivals from South Africa today were the
Duke of Marlborough and Lady Sarah
Wilson. They were met at tlie docks
at Southampton by Consuela, Duchess
nf Marlborough and Lady (leorgina
Curzon. A large crowd awaited the
party at Waterloo Station and heartily
cheered the heroine of Mafeking.
PRIVY COUNCIL DECISIONS.
London, July -'8.��� The Privy Council has dismissed the appeal from tbe
decision of the Court of tlie Queen's
Bench of the Province of Qxiebec in
thc case of the Ifamjtie d' Hochelaga
vs. Stevenson.
The appeal of tbe Montreal Gas Co.
vs. Vascy from the judgment of the
Court of Queen's Bench of Lower
Canada has been allowed as to the appeal against the award of 810,000 for
a refusal to renew contract, but the
judgment is to stand.
TELEGRAPHIG  BRIEFS.
London, July -'-.���Star cubic. Lord
and Lady Mount Stephen proceed to
Bombay in October to visit Lord and
Lady Nortlicotc. They will tour
throughout India.
Toronto, July 88.���The list of liritish prisoners recently returned unconditionally by the Hoers includes the
name of Private J. T. Doolan of the
Canadian Mounted Hilles. He belongs to Kdmonton.
Cornwall, .Inly -'8.��� Thos. O'Callag-
han of Cornwall, the J4 year old son
of Thos. O'Callaghan of Cornwall,
was drowned in Cornwall canal yesterday while learning to swim.
San Francisco. July 28.���Richard D.
Yclland. the distinguished landscape
artlflt, is dead from pneumonia, at his
residence in Oakland, aged 59 years.
His work ranks among the best ever
done on the Pacific Coast,
Toronto, .Inly 88���It Is estimated
that 7000 or 8000 settlors will be located in Kast and West Algoinn and
thc NipplSslng Districts of Ontario
this years,  ~
18 CHARGED
WITH ARSON
E. Cordingly of the Nelson f
Furniture Company Accused by His Partner
of Setting Fire
totheBuild-
Ing.
The fire in the Nelson Furniture
Company's store yesterday has produced some developments of an exceedingly Interesting character. From
vari ous incidents in connection with
the conduct and actions of hiH partner
Mr. A. \V. 1 'urily, one of the members
of the tirm. laid Information against
the other member, Et.Cordlngly, and a
few hours after the fire Cordingly was
arrested at his house. Ituil was not
applied for anil the suspect consequently spent the night in the police
cells und appeared before Magistrate
Crease this moruiug. Mr. I'urdy attributes Cordingly'B actions, if he is
guilty, to ill feeling against
him        (I'urdy) and        he        also
stated this morning that when the
loss wub appraised it would probably
show that Cordingly stood to lose very
little and Purdy considerable,
Thc origin of the lire could not be
ascertained, as the place where it
started was badly burned, and all
traces wiped out. The Crown
contends that it has a very strong
ease, as Cordingly's actions were very
suspicious yesterday. lie was tbe
last jierson seen in the store before
the tire, and although Mr. I'urdy's
evidence has not yet been given and
he will throw most light on the case,
the evidence thus far is somewhat
damaging. However, the line of defense has not yet been divulged, and
it is impossible to say how strong it
muy be. The charge is arson und the
extreme penalty for such a crime is
life imprisonment.
The damage to tbe building was
about Slillo und that to the stock has
not yet been appraised. There wus
ubout SHI.oon stock on hand uml it
wus insured for 8t,,onO. The insurance companies ure watching the ease
with interest us iu case of Cordingly
being adjudged guilty the Insurance
on the stock Bwill not. be paid over.
Tbe inHurunee on the building will
not be affected by the outcome of the
trial.
At this afternoon's session of the
court the moHt interesting evidence
is being   giveu.     Fourteen    witnesses
appeared for the defence. Magistrate
Crease read the information sworn to
by A. Vi. I'urdy and,I. II. Howes, one
of the owners of the building occupied
by the Nelson Furniture Company,
was lirst called. His evidence was
merely formal, being to thc effect
that a lease existed anil that u Hre
took plaoe,
.1. K. Strachun wus the noxt witness, lb* deposed thut he wus near
the store ubout 21) minutes after twelve
yesterday und was there when the
lire department arrived. Smoke was
coming from the front and rear of the.
building. Tbe wind w-as blowing
from the rear to the front of the
building.
W. .1. Thompson. Chief of thc Fire
Department, testified as to the construction of the building. At '.'.', minutes to one the alarm wus turned iu
ami two minutes later the brigudu
was on tin' spot. Tbe tlumes were
then coming out of the lust window
in the reur of the building and the
wind was blowing from this window
towards the front of the building.
Some minutes after arriving at the
tire witness met A. Vi. I'urdy who unlocked the front door. He did not see
Cordingly there until the fire was
over, about an hour after the alarm
was sent in. It wonld huve taken
Cordingly live or ten minutes to go
from bis bouse to the store, ln the
opinion of the witness the tire started
near the work bench, near the window in the rear of the building,
(bails were piled around the bench
four or live feet high.
The witness drew u rough plan of the
buildings and tbe location of tho
tlames. which was put iu as evidence.
The spot where the fire started could
not be reached except by going over
the chairs. It started in u place that,
with the wind us it was, would sweep
through the whole building. Witness
saw prisoner on the premised twice
during the afternoon. In cross examination witness Kald that a fire
starting in such u building would
spread every direction irrespective of
the wind. The eross examination
lasted some time, but only minor
points were brought out. In reexamination witness said the fire
might he burning tell minutes before
it became apparent to tlie outside
world.
John Vi. l'ittock was next called.
He has known both members of the
firm for three years. He visited tho
store yesterday at ten minutes to
twelve and was there about twenty
minutes. He entered by the undertaking room and saw Mr. Purdy there.
havo been called  for   tho Crown  and  Neither was smoking and witness Saw
no lire being used.   He detected no fire.
Purdy    and     witness    left   together,
j Cordingly   was   in   the   store as  they
I left.     Witness hud lunch   at   Purdy'S.
le wus sitting in  1'urdy's house when
the evidence of four of them was completed. No application for bail was
made this morning, and at I o'clock,
when the court adjourned until two,
the prisoner was led back to 'he cells.
The evidence this afternoon tried
to show thut the prisoner was interested in the destruction of the company's books which he kept und
which, it Is alleged, are very much
muddled, A receiver was to be put in
charge of the company's affairs at
once, the notice to that effect being
returnable at twelve o'olook yesterday.
The Crown will attempt to prove that
Cordingly was aware his short-comings would become apparent when the
books were examined and that he
therefore attempted to burn them.
Evidence will go to show that Cordingly was seen to leave the store
shortly before the lire was detected
and Chief Jurvis will testify thut
while the fire was in progress he went
to Cordingly's house and informed
him that the store wns on lire. "Oh,
Is it." was Cordingly's answer.
"Well, I'm if ' going to chase up
overy lire in , uintry,"or something to that effect, nnd he ilid not go
to the store until the lire wns out.
The lire started quite near the place
where the books were kept. The
books,  however,   were   not   destroyed
an<l will likely take a prominent pari
in the trial if the preliminary hearing results in the prisoner being sent
np to stand trial at the assises,
Tbe   police    court    was    well    filled
wheu the prisoner entered esoorted by
Chief Jarvis, .Mr. S. S. Taylor, (J.O.,
prosecuted and  Mr.    \V,    A.   tlallihcr
the alarm sounded. I'urdy wus afraid
the fire was near thc store when ho
saw the smoke and the two ran down.
Witness saw prisoner lu the store
after the fire was out. During the.
time witness was in the undertaking
room neither he nor Mr. Purdy went
Into the warehouse. From thc window
in Cordingly's house one could jnst
about locate the fire.
Mr. Oalllher'S cross examination
took the line of an uttempt to prove
I'urdy's invitation to witness to lunch
was exceptional, but witness stated
thai he had been asked to meals there
several times. Cordingly was the
only one seen in or around the building, but someone might have been
there without witness seeing bim.
When Mr. Pitloek concluded his evidence the court adjourned.
The hearing was continued in the
court house at 2 o'olook. .lames Temple. W. 0,   Li I lie   and   John   Kenyan
testified to seeing Cordingly on his way
home from the store shortly before the
fire. As The Miner goes to press
('. D. .1. [Christie was "giving eT'"
denee regarding Insurance on tho
stock and the lawyers were haviug an
argument ns to whether such evidence
was ndmiss'uhle ns no intent to de
fraud insurance companies wus alleged in the Information.
'i
r
*
Winnipeg, July 88.���Dr. F. Morrison
of Nelson, II. 0. was married here last
night to Miss Carrie .lames of Ucrrie,
Ontario. Nelson   Daily  Miner,   Saturday  Evening,  July 28,  1900.
Nelson Daily Miner
D. J,   BEATON,  Editor and   Manager
NOT AS   FREE   AS WE  THOUGHT.
gntion is on the other side. The Province will be under greater compliment
to Mr. Turner for accepting than Mr.
Turner to the Province for bestowing.
A d
no
bis
hie
Speaking   of   the  troubles  on   tho
Fraser,   The   Viotoria Colonist   says:
"Tho calling out of   the   militia   for
the purpose  of  protecting those   men
who desire to catch salmon at 20 cents
eaoh is  a demonstration  that we  are
living in a free country, and   that
one  may  presume   to dictate   to
neighbor what he shall do In the matter  of   earning his   livelihood."    Wc
should say that the   calling out of tlie
militia demonstrates the very opposite
of what  The   Colonist   says   it does.
The militia is not un arm of the civil
law, und if the civil law is not   equal
to thc duty of protecting  citizens   in
the   penceuble   pursuit   of an   honest
livelihood we can  scarcely claim that
we uro living in a   free  country.    We
understand a free   country   to   be ono
ln whieh every person is   protected in
doing what   is lawful   and   right, according to his own will and   pleasure.
It in lawful und right to catch Salmon
at 20 cents each, nnd   to be   prevented
from   doing   this   is   au   interference
with the personal liberty of the   Bub-
ject.    The civil law should offer every
necessary protection against such   interference,   and   when   it   fails  to do
this we cannot nay that the liberty of
the   subject   is   assured   and   that we
are living in a free country.
The presence of tho militia supposes
a condition iu whieh personal freedom
is in a measure suspended.    They  ure
outside the civil law, which In   itBolf
is supposed to he sufficient for thc protection of thc  recognised  rights  nnd
liberties of the    people.    In   the   case
referred to there should have been   no
occasion for the services ofthe militu,
who are not n usual and  regular   arm
of the   law and  uro  in   demand   only
when the law fails lu the   function it
is   intended   to  perform.      Men   may
form into Unions for any purpose   not
prohibited liy law, but   the   right   of
Uuiouisui does not give   authority   to
Interfere with the lawful acts of   others.    If the civil law in   Britisli   Columbia in not strong enough to protect
any citizen in the  free   enjoyment   of
his right to catch salmon at any price
ho may choose to put on  them,   or   at
no price at all, then personal freedom
in this Province iB not perfect.
And if not perfect, it is obviously
the duty of the Legislature to see that
it is made bo at the earliest possible
moment. It should be tlie privilege
of evory citizen in the Province to go
about hiB business secure against uio-
lc. tin ion of every kind und from
every quarter. It is the duty of the
civil law to assure this; the militia
are constituted for quite another purpose. Wo suspect, however, that iu
the case in question it is not so much
tho law as the administration of it
that is nt fault. If vigorously administered or enforced, there would have
boon no necessity for the extreme
course of calling out thc militia, and
thus in a sense and in a degree fulling back on martini law for the protection of   ordinary   civil   rights.     It
was becuuHc the authorities ware   lax
In their duty that the people of liritish Columbia are made to feel they
are not living in us free u country as
tbey hud supposed.
reditablc feature of the trou-
on the Eraser iB that among the
striking fishermen are those who accepted advances aggregating fifty
thousand dollars, from the eanners,
iu   the  full  understanding that  the
rale for the season was to be twenty
cents a fish, ln the fuce of thnt understanding, and witli the eanners'
money in their pockets, they are striking fur twenty-five cents; knowing ut
the same time that tlie business can-
not afford more than twenty, anil that
tlie eanners, by reason of the disturbance, arc likely to suffer very great
loss. 	
mm
Vie Have Sold 75 Per Cent of 411 the
Portland Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay
and Sewer Pipe
Used in the Kootenay
JuBt Beoeived���Oavload
Dominion  Alk and  Porter
(in pints and quarts)
Dominion  White  Lahel  Ale
Tills is the finest Ale brew
Dominion   Bulk   Ale
d in Canada.
(pints and quarts)
Teacher's  Scotch   Whisky
fin  IB-gallon  kegs)
Is still the best
PIPE SMOKERS
ATTENTION!
Ask   your    Tobacconist   for
Smith's
Glasgow
Mixture
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
H. J. EVANS & CO.
Latest Transvaal reports indicate
that the condition of the Hoers is
daily growing more desperute aud
that the end is almost in sight. De
Wet's offer to surrender is evidence
that Lord Roberts has got his foe in a
tight box. He may stipulate for
terms today, while tomorrow he may
be glad to lay down his arms without
a thought of conditions.
NKLSON.   II. 0,
have now in stock a line
of all classes of
We take leave to doubt whether the
German Emperor made use of thc language attributed to liim in a recent
cable. It does not become a christian
ruler to say to his troops that they
must ''spare nobody,"that they must
"make no prisoners. " The Kmperor
is not always prudent iu speech, but
he is not bloodthirsty.
Encyclopedia
Britannica
30 Vols, and Guide
TWEEDS, WORSTEDS
and SERGES.
Special Line of Tweed Suitings at $25.
Positively thc finest Tobacco
for Pipe Smoking in the
market.
Ltirnber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
Successor
F.J. SQUIRE. MANAGER
E. SKINNER,
to Fred J. Squire-
$49^50
$1.00 with order, balance in
monthly   payments  of $3.00
HAMMOCKS
PRICES $1.25 TO  $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
Nelson,   B. C.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings. Sash Doors.
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill Bt PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
und LARDO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD.
Jj^This offer good to 25th
July.
Nays The (ireenwood Time-: ''The
Audit-tlcner-l'- olllee in London in to
be placed on n moreMtUfiictory basis.
and it in .afc to BHIMDIf that lion. J.
II. Tnracr will be the next A(feut-
(leneral. While many were opposed
to Mr. Turner politically, anil while
they believe the politioal hint, ol his
Government were ninny, -till all appreciate the fact that lie lias given
many yearn of service to tile I'ruvi uce
and but few will cavil at   the rewind
provided for bim." The Inconsistency of agreeing lo reward a man wbn
has been guilty of .so many political
sins might be made the BUbjecl ol re
mark, but let that pass. Mr. Tinner's friends do not admil tho i-ins. nor
do they underMand that Ins appointment as Agent-General, should he accept it, is in the nature "f a reward.
If be is sent lo London it will be because tl nice requires a Btrong  man
and Mr. Turner It eminently qualified
for the duties of it. There Is no question of reward, or if there is the obli-
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
HOTEL  ROSSLAND
VBRN0N ST., NELSON.
Nelson's Newest Hostelry. Complete in every respect.
It has just been opened and the
public is invited to visit it,
RATES
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day 81.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Prop.
A. R. BARROW, a. m. 1 o.e
Provincial  Land Surveyor.
Oorner Viotoria nud Kootenay Sts.
P. O. Box 559. Telephone No. l>6
E. J. SCOVIL
MINIMI HBO--H,       KOT-BY ri lllll
Whiilurniurn Minm.   Coitmp ' enooSolicited
WINDERMERE. 4. 0.
NELSON WINE CO.,
whoro you can  depnnd on  netting the best
hrandri In ths market and any quantity from
10c. up,   1'. i':oh cannot bo deputed,
'PHONE 13.
Frank A. Tamblyn, MgrM
Kakkk Stpmt. Nelron
Gamble &  O'Reilly,
Civil    EnUI Mima,    Psovmem     L*ND    6u��.itii��S
F.i   ..    f-iiiti,   \-mnn*Ht w.
And   G .*����������_   Amnit
Rimt* Co ure _����� Loams M*n_
linker 51 recti  Nrl. nn,  B. C.
CKUGIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch ilium. #1.'!. 50per 100 feet.
delivery    in
For
Nolson
AU The Latest News, ��
Specials From Victoria ||
Specials From Ottawa ���
Specials FromWinnipeg ii
Specials From Montreal m
AU The Canadian News I
All The Local News . . #
H. & M. BIRD
Agent, for Htircka niner.l Wool and
A.be.to.  Co.
Keal Estate,  Fire  Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
KOR SALE.
Twelve lots, beinK the north half
oi block 100, one blook above
Nelson Olal, 82,000
Two good building lots ou Mill
Street       GOO
Fifty-foot lot on Vernon Street,
near Thorpe, factory    1 ,(KI0
Lot on Viotoria Street, ueBr Miners'   Union      050
Three-story house on Park St.
close to Baker St All modern
conveniences   2,500
Seven-roomed house on Mill St.,
one block from Stanley St....   1,000
Ranch at Nine Mile Point, Ti}{ acres,
10 acres cleared, house aud outbuildings, garden, etc.
(NCO R P0B*��K916701
THE
HUDSON'S
BAY
COMPANY
MAKES THE BEST
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
' .LOUR
�������.��������.���������. �����������������������������������.������������������
Highest awards at Winnipeg
Industrial  Exhibition.
Sold  at
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Corner linker nud Stanley Street-,
NELSON, B. C.
-IN   THE���
..Miner..
Publishes more Telegraph News than all
other West Kootonay Papers,     ,     .
Immediate
apply
i". 0. T. CROFTJ,
r.0. Boa 476, Nulson, B, 0��
DELIVERED AT YOUR D00RF0R
65 oents
PER MONTH.   50 CTS. BY MAIL
'<ay w^
f&gb&%^^_^ity>__fii>_P ^t^^^^_im^%^_^_m
ALEX. STEWART,
Room 3,  Turaer-Boeokh  Block,  Nelson-
Notary   Public,    Real    Estate,    Insurance,
Mines, Loans.
FOR   SALE   CHEAP.
$150 only for a house and lot, lilock
21, Addition A.
|1,(_X) only for a house and lot, Stanley Street.
$8fl0 only for a bouse and lot, RobBou
Street.
|l,tKK) will buy choicest residence corner in city, 50xl_0 feet, up to 15th.
|225 ifi_ cash, rest ou time) will buy
lot in block 70 this week; afterwards
|2-0.
$700 will buy bouse and lot, Front
St, near Choldicb & t'o.'s warehouse.
8150 ({50 cash, rest on time) will buy
choice lot in Bogustown, on car line
For Kent���House, $12.50 per month.
Molly nil,, on shares.
Wanted ��� Tanuirac stock.
QreatWest
Life Assurance Co.
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
On IijmoI town.
Atlantic S. S. Lines
Krom Montreal
Allan Line Tunisian   \u,:i
Allan   Line     NutuldllUi A tin 11
Dominion   I iii:i   (   inilinnintii July 1W
Dominion Mm. Vancouver Auk It
Dcavcr Line  l.u it.miu     Auk I
BenvorMno I-itku Chumpluln Auk It)
From Now \ork
White Star Lino Majontfu Auk 1
White Star Lino Ocuanlo Auk *
(.unanl  Line  Klrurltt Auk 4
Ounard Linu CumpnnU. Auk U
American Lino New York Auk *
Hod Star Lino Wosternland Auk I
Anchor Lino Furnowia Jnly 2K
Anchor Line Anchorla  Auk 11
N'.ii.L. L. Kaiwor Wilhohii,dor(.rohs3....AuK 7
N.G.ULlno Alter Aug 11
Allan State Line State of Nobranka.  ..Auk 4
Krom Mn .i mi. M,i-..
Cunard Lino Ivernia Auk   4
Cunard Lino Ulluria   Auk 11
I '���) ��� -;ik< ��� nrn.nK'td to and from nil  Kuru peun
I'MiiiK.   Kor rates, tloko.Hand full information
apply to ('. P. It. dopot n+.enl  or W. K. Andur-
���#on, t'ity \:< ������������i:v:iT Agent, Nelson. B. (J,
W. P. K.CL'MMl.NOS.
General fitrnol. C.P.R. Offlcos, Winnipeg,
The Cottage Hospital, Nelson
A private Hospital, Medical, Surgi-
cil and Obstetrical coses nursed in the
Honse. Private room fin and 115 a
week. Bedi in ward tVi a week.
Nnrson sunt out to pii.ato houses at $lfi
a week. Apply to The Misses drink-
mar
8T. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
NlCIAON   B. C,
A Board hia and I .ay School conducted hy
the Sinters of St. Joneph of Peace. It li Hitu-
ated at tho comer of Mill and JoHcphlne HtrecU,
In ono of tho hcM, rofddcntla] irortioim of Nel
non. nnd in cattily accemdblo from all parU
of tne city.
The course of etudy Include.) tho fuudaimm-
hil and IiIkIi't hrancnuH of a IhoroiiKh Kngltnh
oducatlon. DuHlnom courso��� Bookkeeping
Stenography and Typewriting. Science oourxo
���Mtifuo, Vocal and InHtrumental; Drawing
��te. Plain and Art Needlework; Calhttheidoa,
etc.
Kortermi *d4 particular* apply
Baperior,
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
C.W.WEST&CO.
Coal and  Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's   N_st   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -    -    $9.65
DELIVERED.
No older can he accepted  unlesi
accompanied by cash.
Offlcc Corner Hall and Baker Street*
TKI.K. HONK 811.
THE
Bank of
British Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
GEO. G. UUD
Room I, Tni'iiiT Boeokh Blook.
REAL ESTATE AND MINIM AflENT
Houses and Building Lots in All Parts
of the Oity.
WANTKI)-.Good ImildinK lots down
town for client.  Also hind adjoining
city for Hardening.
SIIA'KK KING MIKE
Will pay the highest oaBh prine for all
kinds of second hand Roods. Will bnjr
or sell anything from an anchor to ���
needle. Fnmitnre, stoves, eat ports,
cooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Call and see me or write. Addreaa
Sllrer King Mike, Box 800. Hall
-treet, Nelson, 8. 0,
._-'_.���. Nklson   Daily  Miner,   Saturday   Evening,  July 28, 190c
ORANGE INSTITUTION.
Elects Officers and Deoldes lo Hold Next
Meotlna in 1903.
New York, July 88.��� The Imperial
Council of the Loyal Orange Institution continued its trl-tennliil meeting
today, John W. Hell of Ontario, pro-
siding. The new constitution tor the
Counoil  wun dlsoussed and  adopted.
'J'he Coimeil elected Imperial Grand
officers as follows: Imperial Grand
Master, the Earl of Kimic; President,
John M. Bell, M. P., Ontario; First
Yice-1'resident, David Graham, New
York; Second Vice-l'resident, John (.'.
llarndeburg of Cleveland; Secretary,
Herman M. Pitts, Toronto; Treasurer.
61). M. Jerinyn, Wharton; Chaplain,
Ktfv. C. C. I'helan, Lewiston, Mo.,
f and Lecturer, Thos. A. Duff. Toronto.
The Council voted to hold its next
meeting ill 1908 the precise ilnle to be
lixed later. An Invitation was received from Ottawa to hold.
MANAGEMENT OF MINES.
The following in regard to the management of mining  property   is   from
The British Columbia Review:
The Manchester'Evening Chronicle.
In referring to Western Camilla, snys
P _hat while It. C. "is a country possessing vast mineral resources, American
enterprise has ho keen an eye to the
possibilities Unit it will be a wonder
if anything really good can come upon the London market." and our contemporary is also of the opinion that
��� the "English Hystem of mine management and working does not seem so
well suited to the gold Industry in I!.
C. bb the American." There is undoubtedly a good deal of truth in
these remarks, but they refer more   to
.the poBitiou of affairs which obtained
_ year or two ago than is the ease al
present.
In reply to the first   contention, we
1 would point out that such mines as
the Ymir, Granite. Enterprise, Velvet
,No. 1, Emily Edith, Bosun and sev-
.eral others have been developed   priic-
. tically from the grass roots by English capital with the most satisfactory results, and a glance at the table
of Crown Grants obtained last year
by English  companies   which   appear
,* in another column contains the names
ftof several   companies of   great  merit,
��� Bo that it cannot be Bald now dial  the
���Americans are ploking up all the best
' things. . As regards mine management, there  were   undoubtedly   gross
..mistakes and culpable extravagance
in the methods employed by English
companies operating   in the   Province
fc a few yefw-- ago, but the experience so
)dearly paid for has not been   wasted.
and in   the   case   of   several   of   the
mines above referred to, the   working
. costs will compare favorably witli the
��best American methods.
:
Ottawa, July 28. ��� The term of
^il.ieutcnant-Governor Daly of Nova
'���Scotia will expire in tlie second week
Qof August, when it is understood thai
Hllon. A. G. Jones will be appointed to
HBueceed hlrn. Colonel Ayliner lias
(���gone to Quebec to meet the new Major
gtleneral commanding.
SMOKE
THE   CELEBRATED
BRIAR  PIPES.
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Direct Importation
HAVANA  CIGARS
Alt Un; Leading Brand
'''ry NAPOLEON Chewing Tobacco.
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v,
jfilelgon A Fort
Sheppard RY
|Red Mountain R'v.
I   The only all  rail  route  between
nil points east,  west  and  south to
SEossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern,   Northern   Pacific,
^nd O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson v ith steamer
lor Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at  Meyer's   Falls  with
Stage daily for Republic,   and  connects at Bossburg with stage   daily
|^br Grand Forks and Greenwood.
|Leav_. Day Train. AmiivK.
Ill) .IK a.m Hpokane 7:10 p.m,
Il^iITi p. m ltoeelsud 5:30 p.m.
~'M a, in NcIboh .......8:00 p.m.
Night Train,
' itf p.m Spokane 7 :05 n. m:
|11:00 p.m Hosslaud 6l80 a.m.
H. A. JAOKSON, G. P. St T.A.
Spokane  Wash
|0. K. TAOKABURY,
Agent, Nelson, B.O
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle,
UNION  MADE.
NKLSON, 11. t>.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
head office toronto,   ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgapfo.
Apply to O. U LENNOX, Bakor St.,
Nelson.
Kootenay Railway and NaT.
1        Company, Ltd.
Operating
INTKn.J.?T?n_>;_CAN KAII.WAY,
���niHUNATIONAL NAV. A TKAD. CO.
^U\��-__F'"' _ , ���''""��" Standard lime.
"""Halve hobrunry lnt, 1U0O
- KASLO A SLOCAN KY
STS_a__tt_A|8l_"-m'> dR".-    ItotnrnliiK,
��t3Mp-i". 1'16P-'U,. arriving at K_hVo
' o!ic5-���V������0i.A .  N^. A TKAD. CO,
Bter^_i_S__fi_t_.-SP1�� Lako and ltlvor.
i��"�� a rffr1    1'avcH ICiikIo for NulHon
���IwvoJnSC.��. .*-.pt 8,""l">'-  Returning,
p��l w_h il "7^% ""'tal'way points. Con-
k����e ��tKI��oMlioI'-f-t        * lllld from Hp0'
BteaauKS__t_S_fiH__. division.
RhSmS0?���"?���. K_> . K",sl" TuofdWra and
\_>   1'j'lwr Iiimn,, i'," l""ul "' navl_nl Inn on
""ItHUiM-iivv',' K.';l"  "timing loavw
���wini_3i . "'"''""ay" ami Bat-tiara,
,,TI��li��UMMi���.?ior,P?ll,,t" w,""> Hlgnalliid
ulj.l'M_u��i,.,oal1 ����hiu< In Canada Snd Uio
^wooruinnto.and full Inlorniatlon ad-
ROBERT IRVING,
K��n��_er, Kanlo, 8,0,
PYLE'S    PEARLINE
TLarge Size
15  CENTS
For Sale By
Western Mercantile Co. Ltd
DRINK
Wholesale  Houses
THE   BEST
BEER
Anheuser-
Busch
St. Loliis
Lager
To be had wholesale at Nelson.
H> P. Rilhel; Sl
Co., Lld-
A. B. GRAY, Haker St., Nelson
Kootenay Agent,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Lines West of Luke Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service.
Departure   and    Arrival   Time   of
Trains  nnd   Sleamcrs.
Depnrt from Arrive  at
Nelson Nelson
Steumer arrives nt Nolson
from the oast, Crow's  Nest
branch     and   in  -ilialo
points  2.1)11
7. In Train leavos Nelson for Kossland ami intermediate
point-, and via Rohson for
north, Kevelstoke ,the main
line and I .icilio ooast points.
7.110 Trnin leaves Nelson for Sandon and intermediate points
nnd via Blooan Lake ronte
[or north, Kevelstoke, the
main line and Pwilio ooast
points.
Train nrrives at Nelson from
Rossland and Intermediate
points In.Dfi
Steamer arrives at. Nelson
from Kaslo and intermediate points H.nO
15.30 Trains leaves Nelson for
Rossland, Greenwood and
intermediate points.
10.00 Steamer leaves Nelson for
Kaslo and way points.
Train arrives nt Nelson from
Kossland nnd Greenwood
and intermediate points,
and from Kevelstoke, tho
main line, and Paoiflo coast
points IK. 4,.
Train arrives in Nelson from
bandon and Intermediate
points,nnd from Kevelstoke,
the main line and the 1'aii-
flo roust points 18,80
22,1)0 Steamer leaves Nelson for
Crows Nest brunch and all
points cast,
V., Y. ANDKRSON, K. J. COYLK,
Trav. Pass. Agent        A   11. P. Aki'i-i
Nelocn Vanocnvcr
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
COAL   MINERS
Steady employment will be given
to   25   fjood   coal   miners  at   the
Canmore mines, Alberta.
THE H. VV. M'NEILL CO. (Ltd.)
W. F. Little, Manager.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALAOE DINING AND OBSERVATION
0ARS.-JMEAL-:aIa0ARTE.
Nelson liiiiiilwiml Apnc.
WANTED.
Four deck hands.   Man and wife for
ranch.    Dishwasher.   Waitresses.
J. II. LOVE, Agt., Baker St
E- P. WHALLEY, J- P.
NOTARY   PUBLIC
Olllee With 0.  W.   West St   Co.,   Cor.
Hall and Haker Streets.
City Oflice of   the Nelson Sodit Water
JVotorT.
CHARLES ST. BARBE,
GENBRAL AGENT.
Close connection  Has!   andJJWott.
hound nt Spokane with trains of the
trains of t lu- .Spokane Fulls and Northern Railway,
Direct connection at St. Paul Without change of depot with all trnins for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
aud nil points West, end South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a.m
Leavos Spokane daily lor West at 7:45 p.in.
West-tiinind trains make direct connection for Victoria jiuil Vancouver.
Portland, San Francisco, und nil points
on the Bound,
During the wnson of navigation East
bound trnins conned at D11I11II1 with
Iheiii.'ignilicenl.steamships North West
and Nmi h-l-iml of theNorthem Steamship Oompany Lino, operated In connection with the Great Northern Hallway,
For fin'(her Information, maps, folders, eic. apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls & Noil hern Hy.,  Knslo  A   Slnean
Ry,, Kooterai Railway A Navigation
Co,, or to
F, 1. WHITNEY.   II. A. JAOKSON,
Uenl. l'ass. _ Tkl. Agt.    OnmV.l Agt.
bt, l'aul, Min      Spokane, Wush
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED ANU MINKKAl. WATERS
rpilOlil'IO & CO. Llinllod-Oorner Vornon
X and Cedar Stroota, Nolson���Manufaolur
its ol mnl wholesale dealers in aerated waters
uml trull syrnpa. Solo agents for Halcyon Hot.
Springs mineral walor,   Tolophope Ik).
���XfKLSON   HOI1A    WATER ��� FACTORY-
J-N     N. M.C uiliB,  Lessee���Kvery known
variety of soft, drinks, imi Hex 88. Telephone
No. 81. Hoovor-troot, Nolson, Uottleraol the
famous _i.. Loon llui Springs Mineral Water,
CIGARS
KOOTKNAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING
CO.���Manufacturers or tho ltoynl Kunl
ami Kootonay Belle Cigars, Factory and
oltloo, Bakor Btroot, Nelsou,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Ir J. EVANS & CO.���Baker Btroot, Nol-
1.. son���Wholesale dealers in liquors, Uigurs, oomont, Hre brlok and lire clay, water
pipe and Bteol ralls,and goaeral oomuilssion
intiri'limitH.
FRUITS AND CO.NFFCTION'KliY
J    A. M'llONAI.I) -Madden Ulook, Nolson-
���   Fsuits, leo oroani, " U. li." cliot:oiuLe.
high olass oonfeotioDwy. luo Cream Parlors
CHAIN.   HAY AND CEREALS
BRAOKMAN KKR -MILLING CO., Ltii.-
W'tioie. .lie and retail dealers lu grain,
hay, Hour, feed. .Mills at Vicloi'ia, Now West
minster; Kdmonton, Alia. Klovaiors on Ual*
Kary and Killnonlon Uailway. Mauufnetururs
of Hie oelobrated li.._ K. brand coroalu.
OROCERIES
A MACDONALD & Co.���Corner Front
��� and linll btreets-Wliolesale grocers
und jobborn in blankets, gloves, mitts, buots,
rubbora, niaokinawfj nnd miners' sundries.
AltCHITEOTS
t.ANK & MACDONALD (H, Cane, Jamea
) A. Mftcdonalilt���ArcliitcirlH and BUperin*
tcmltiiiLrt. Jirukeu Hill Uluuk, cornur n<0-���������) uml
Ward BtreetB, jselsou,
LUMBER
XTKl_i.O\ 8AW AND PLANING MILL-
JiS oilicu corner Mall and Kront Btroets,
iNuJson���LQinbur, oetluig, lloorintf. and overy
Ultllgin wood tor InuldniK purposeH. Got our
pricuh.  Corrospondenoe aoliottod.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
1y  BURNS & Co.-Bakor Strout, Nel.on-
.  ���   Wholosalo doalere in fre_h and curod
uiuath.   (/'old BtoraKO<
WEST   KOOTKNAY   DUTOHBR   00.-
Boker Street, Nelaon���Wholesale deal
ere in fvc_\\ and cured ruoate.
HARDWARE* MINING   SUPPLIES
M'LACHLAN BROS. (8uooeaaora to Van-
eouver HordwnroCo, l.tdj Jiukoratreut,
.m ; '���.��� \\ hok'sjile dealers in liui'iiwaru and
mining supplies, plumbers' and i in-mii li ��� supplies.
XTKLSON MAItMWAUK CO. Wholesale
-i.1 paints, oils itml Klitsa; mechanics' tools.
ARenls foi Ontario Powder Works; dynamite
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rpURNKR, BKETON & Oo. -Corner Yernon
___. and Jobophine Btreots, Nolson���Whole*
Mile dealers in llqiiora, olgars, and dry goods*
Agents i'or Pabst Brewing Co. ot Mifwankee
ami Calgary Browing Oo or Calgary.
UDSONB HAY Co.   Wholesale grocflrios
uml liquors etc, Jlakcr Btroet, Nelriou.
II
C1AL1F0RNIA WINK CO., Limited-Corner
fi Front '*nd Hall Streets, Nelson���Whole-
sate dealers in wines (en.e and bulk), und
doinohtic and imported ciK'.ru.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & FRUITS
JY. GRIFFIN & CO. Cornor Yernon and
��� Josephine streets, Nelson ��� wholesale
dealers in provisions, cured moult*, butter and
oggs,
LIME
Tlie Nelson Coke &
Gas Company is
now prepared to supply the hest LIME
in the country at
50c per Cwt,
Special rates on carload lots.    Apply
Nelsou Coke and Gas Co., Lid.
Baker Street.
EVERY   DAY
���AT TIIK���
CLUB HOTEL.
Big Schooner
Beer or Half .ind-Hulf only
10c
ALWAYS FHKSII AND OOOI*
Tlir only K"��'il Beet in Nelson.
Cor. Sliuili'T .villi allien BlruolM.
ED CURRA.N, Prop
REISTERER & CO.
Brewen of Pine Lngnr
Beer and Potter,
DBOP IN AM) BBH US.
Nelson, u. c.
OSLER &  M'DOUQALL,
Mining nnd Real Estate Agonta,
Books and Ixila on ReuonAbleTermii
Si'u Our JjHts,
Office, N'i'loiia lltreet, Opposite
Ph-ir Hotel,    "
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Economy Is Wealth
You cannot make money easier than
by saving it on FOOTWEAR.
Wc fit your feel and your pockethook
also. You can only jud^e the value of
our low prices when you see thc splendid
footwear we give you.
Call today  and   economize.
LILLIE BROS.
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P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, H. C.
Qj\-Z.w ������������������������ ,,i_fc,sS
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mail to any branch will have careful a��d nron.pt attention.
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We  me now ilointf liuaiuesi- iu
OUR NEW STAND
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
Next to Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see  all our
OLD customers and many NHW ones.
Give us a call.
���������������������*
KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
Telephone 10. P 0 Box, K and V.    >
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Turner Beeton & Co.
^^ NELSON���*a_
VICTORIA VANCOUVER LONDON, Eng
WHOLESALE   MERCHANTS-
LIQUORS,   DRY   GOODS,   ORE   BAGS.
CAR OF PABST BEER
Just arrived from Milwaukee
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
AI.I.   KINDS  OK
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.  G.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
... STORAGE ...
Storage space to rent; good, clean and cool;  at  reasonable
rates.    Apply to
Tlie Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, Macdonald Block.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
Cdpllnl  ���*>������������-���������>.      .    .     .      *i,'i-:.,ii7ii.imi   |   ll, .1. $1,700,MO..
Ronril ur Itlrrrtorm   Thoiiian K. Kiinny,   Praddent!   TbOtDU Kltrhlo. Vlco-1 .enidcnl
Wlloy -mil-. II. U. Buulil, lion. II. H. Fiillm, M.I..C. Hon. Il-vid MaoKoon. rrraiiiciu.
HiiiiI Olllir, llnlirn-i
Ooncrnl MnnnKor, KilKon I.. Ptuo, Mnnirniil.
. ii j... i iniiii.h in of BranohM. uml Hurrutury, W. li. 'I'orruncc, Halifax.
Innpet-nr, \V. Y. Ilroi-k, lliilifiix.
In   i... i..! I,. Sl. -ti-wiirt, iMontrniit.
Itrnlirlim 1
Hnvu Hriiiin llnlifiix Hranch, Antluonlhli. BridgewaUr, <Jnynlioro. I-indonilcrry liUnenbunc
Miiiiliiinl illiu.i." Cii.l, I'lrlou, I'orl Ilawknulinry, Hyilnci. Mliiilioniiriulli', Truro Wcyiiiiiulli
New ItruiiH-Irk Itutinit i. DorchestOT, F-Dderlcton, KliiKHton iKonl Co.). Moncton Now*
ciwitlo, Siuikvlllo, WooilHliK-.k. I. K. IhIoiiiI-('liiirlotli-loiiii, SiiimiiiTsiilr. 4|n. t��rr-Montroftl
(City OfflOOl, Molilri'iil. W��t End (Cur. Nolio llnniii uml . I'lKiicun. SIitiiUi); Wonlmonnl ��_)r
(JriMMio Avi'imi- and Bt. * 'fit harlni". Btroot. iMilnrln Ottawa, Ni t. iniiiiilliiiid ^i lohn'n
l iii,n. Wr.l IimII. .    lln i    I mini .lair.    Niw Voi k (HI KlihniiKO I'lacii) Kcpu bUt Waiih
BRANCEKH IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
I -I"null nl- I
I iinmlii Mn, liiinl Ilnnk nf Cininiln. Iln.lon - Nnllonnl Hlmwnilil Hunk, (lilmvn- Amrrirft
Niilinniil Hunk. Hail Kri.i��i'Nrii-Fir.l Niilinmil Hunk, l.i,ml,in, Kiik. Hunk of .collunil
PnrlN, Fmnr. Crnilll l.yniiiiiili. Ilrrlnlliln Hunk of 11, i nm.l .. chlnn nnil J.dii )im,^
Koiir nnd HluillKlnti llniikliiu Ciiipnriilinn. """" "
(leneial Banking; Buslneai Trnnsnctoil; StcrllnK Bill, of Bxchanse  Boucht
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, lite. Negotiated.
Accounts received on the moit favorable tcrnm.    IntereHt allowed on apecinl
deposit- nnd OO Having Hunk accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.O.
fi
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V Nelson  Daily   Miner,  Saturday Evening,  July  28, 1900.
1
WOULD LIKE TO.
We would like to show to everyone in Nelson, and in the Kootenays, just what we have to M_
offlrXm during the days of this BIG SLAUGHTER SALE OF SUMMER GOODS that we *|
have been advertising so long.   We would like to have you visit us and see the goods we |��
quote below:
DRESS   GOODS  -Black Crepons, five lengths only; regular price 90c a yard; to lie cleared at
to be cleared
to be cleared at.
Black Figured Lustre, four pieces only;    regular price 50c a yard;
Fancy Colored Dress Goods, three pieces;    regular price 40c a yard
LADIES'    BLOUSES���Cotton Blouses, Colored yoke, all this season's goods;  regular price $1.75;   to be cleared at	
Colored Muslin Blouses, soft collar to match;   regular $2 line;   to be cleared at	
Silk Blouses;   regular $4.50 line;   to be cleared at, each	
STAPLES    GirjgHaipB���Two pieces Striped Gingham, good fast colors;   regular price 15c a yard;   to be cleared at	
Piques    Colored Piques in fancy stripes and spots;  regular price 15c a yard;  to be cleared at	
pedspreads -White Marseilles Bedspreads, good large size;    regular price $2.50;    to be cleared at	
" Colored Bedspreads, in blue and white and red and white;   regular price $1.75;   to be cleared at exactly half price, each	
Lace Curtails���Three yards long; regular 75c line, to be cleared at 40c a pair.  Regular $1.25 line, 3% yards long, to be cleared at, pair.
These Prices are Lower Than You Can Hope to Secure Anywhere in Nelson.    Call and Be Convinced.
50c
25c
17c
75c
90c
$2.00
10c
9c
$1.25
90c
75c
m
Martin   O'Reilly  &  Co.l
HOUSTON   BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.--TERMS   CASH. 'jjjfe.
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Www^ll^'WwwwSwS
LOCAL AflD   PERSONAL
Rev. Vi. (.'. Hedley of St. George's
church. Rossland, will exchange pulpits with Rev, II. s. Altehttrgt tomorrow.
A baseball game between the printers and painter- uf Nelson will be
played tomorrow afternoon ;it the
recreation grounds.
Contraetor John Hepburn started
work yesterday on a resilience on Lat-
huer Street tor Edward Laugh ton.
The house is to be a two story frame
costing 91AU0.
There will be a meeting of the
Second foot ball team after practice
Monday evening. There is important
business to be transacted and a full
attendance is requested.
Thc friends of Mrs. Wakeman will
be pleaBcd to learn that she is now
out of danger and in a fair way to recovery. She has been attended during
her sickness by llr. I.a Ban.
Dr. F. Morrison was married last
night at Winnipeg to Miss Carrie
���lames of Qerrle, Ontario. Ur. and
Mrs. Morrison left Winnipeg today
for Nelson and will arrive here tomorrow night.
Services will be held in the Methodist Church tomorrow at the usual
hours. In the evening the pastor will
give the second of the series of
character studies of "Women ofthe
New Testament."
Mr. V. C. Winkler, a member of the
oflice staff of thc London St B. C.
Gobi fields Company, was married
on Wednesday last at Winnipeg to
Misa Ellen Walker, daughter of Mr,
.S. Walker of that city.
Hume: (Ieorge llaslingtun, R. C.
Conwrlght, Vancouver; 11. llankcy.
Erie; Qua Dunn. Montreal: 11. Mo-
Quire, Molly Gibson mine; J, E.
Wood, Bandon; E, H. Vincent, Calgary; !���'. Baylts,  Vancouver.
Mr, <��. A. Sutherland, chief clerk of
the Customs Mouse at Kaslo arrived
in the city this morning, lie stales
that business has greatly Improved
and that Ihe returns for.Inly will lie
much larger   than    for   thr   month   of
June,
W. (i. Lee. of Cleveland, Ohio, First
Vice (irnud Master of Ihe I'.rutherhood
of Railroad Trainmen, will  arrive in
Nelson   tomorrow    morning.       lie    is
making a lour   of   Ins] lion  of   the
various lodges of tho order,
Tho Kossland Cricket team arrived
in Nelson this morning to play the
local team. Thr game was started al
ll.i", a. m. ai ihe recreation grounds
and will he finished al ." ;:w this
evening. Although the game was exceedingly inter,'sling only a few
spectators were present,
At thc Presbyterian church tomorrow evening Rev, Mr. Sutherland will
speak on the Prodigal Son. Mrs Oliver will sing a solo. This will be Mr.
Sutherland's last Sunday in Ihe pulpit of st. Paul's chnrch, A cordial
invitation i�� extended to all.
Arrangements are being made to
hold the annual picnic in connection
with St. Saviour's Church. The
steamer Moyie will be chartered for a
trip to Balfour on Tuesday, August
14th. A meeting to make further arrangements will he beld in St.
Saviour's school room on Tuesday
next at 8 p. ni., and it is hoped that
there will he a large attendance of
members of the congregation.
Work upon the etectric light dam is
progressing favorably and the capacity for water lias been largely increased. During the excavation the
men have out through banks of waste
material, in the main channel, which
were over six feet deep. City Kn-
einecr McCulloch will report to the
Council on Monday evening aB to the
cost of repairing aud making the dam
substantial.
The tracks of the Spokane Falls &
Northern and Canadian Pacific were
joined yesterday afternoon. Nelson
is the only connecting point Jthis side
of Vancouver of thc two great continental lines, the Canadian Pacific and
the Great Northern. Passenger trains
will use the line until the new Union
Station is completed, but arrangements will be made so that freight may
bo transported thereon.
The special music for the song service of thc Congregational Church at
the Opera House tomorrow night will
be as follows: Solo: "One Sweet
Solemn Thought." Mr. Thompson.
Duet: "The Morning Land," Mrs.
Caldwell and Miss Ewart. yuartctte :
"Only a Heain of Sunshine," Messrs
Caldwell and Hardy, Mrs. Caldwell
and Miss Ewart, Trio: "Thc Wayside Cross," Messrs Caldwell, Hardy
and Thompson. Solo: "Ora l'ro
Nobis." Mrs. Caldwell.
Ex-Senator Warner Miller, of New
York, arrived in Nelson this morning over the C. V. it. He is passing
through the Province on a combined
business and pleasure trip. It is Ills
Intention to visit several mining properties on Blooan Lake and Lemon
Creek, after whieh he will go to Republic, where he is largely   interested
in mines,   lie   is  greatly   Impressed
wilh Ihe country ami prod lots a great
future for thc Western cities.
Construction work will commence
upon tin1 new Congregational church
next week, and the Intention Is to
have Ihe building ready for occupancy
by thc end of November. Mr. Munroe.
the pastor, Is giving personal super-
| vision to the work, and will use every
effort to hurry the completion of tho
chnrch, An unique feature of the
church will be the arrangement of the
lower Boor. The pulpit and choir
will he in the southwest corner of thc
church aiol the pews will be arranged
in Boml-circles facing tlie oorner,
There will be an incline in thc floor
with a drop of about 2 l-:i feet from
the back to the front, ln this way
every orrupatil of Ihe   pews will get a
11 sSO a. m. and 6 ;80 p, m, This arrangement has been made bo that
those who can't get away in thc
morning can have the opportunity of
taking iu the excursion in thc afternoon.
The following programme will he
rendered by R. M. R. band, llcrr
Stciuer leader, at Lake Park tomorrow afternoon and evening: 1. March.
Kathleen Mavourneen; 2. Waltz, Lady
Alice |3.*Mlserero Scene. 11 Trovatore;
4. Selection. Scotch Songs; !i. March.
The Hero of Trafalgar; 0. Two Step,
The Charlatan ;7. Baritone Solo, Down
in thc Cellar Deep; S. (a) Anthem,
The Mighty Lord, (b) Anthem, To
thc Lord; B. Negro Oddity; 10. March
Our Fallen Heroes; tlod Save the
Queen.
Phair���It. A. Forbes. Rossland; W.
Y. Maekcusie. Vancouver; Mrs. E.
Nelson Fell, F. Van Agncw. Atha-
baBcaMinc; Emeu Mclliarmid, .1. (I.
McDiarmid, Toronto; W. W. bailey.
Cookstown, Quebec; Warner .1. Mc-
Craig, Norman Bemmore, Montreal;
Warner Miller, New York ; .1. II. McArthur, Toronto; Vi. V. McLaren,
llonningtou Falls; R. G. Ldwards-
Lecltic, Republic; C. R. Hope. Vancouver; F. W. Roll, A. Marsh. A. (I.
Fry, R. A. D. Hobbs, S. L. Long. W.
de V. le Maistre, C R. Hamilton. O.
B.  N. Wilkie. Rossland.
Thc following arc the mining records for today: Certificates of work :
On Salisbury to M. R. DrlsCoU; on
St. Anthony to M. A, Langlois; on
Denmark, Seattle to Primrose Hold
Mining Co., Ltd. ; on Mollie Lee to II.
O. Kecfer. Locations: Ked Cap, on
Whiskey Creek, hy ,1. M. Miller;
Green Star, on Sproule Creek, by Nor
Smith; Occidental, near Erie, by David llcchtel; Scotsman, London Index,
Brunswick, Little Hear, all situate
on Granite Creek, by P. ,1. Obazer, S.
Sanderson, S. Des llrisay. II. MoHob-
erts and W. II. Spence: Bobs, near
Purto Itico mines, by II. O. Reefer.
Mr. Frederick lluscombe, of
Buscomhe Co., Vancouver, who is
also president of the Hoard of Trade
of that city, arrived in Nelson yesterday. Mr. Buscomhe stated lhat there
was a proposition before Ihe Vancouver Hoard of Trade which would undoubtedly he of   interest   t any of
the hoards of the Province. They are
going to interest themselves in forming a union of all thc boards throughout the Province and will lay Ihe matter before   the   various   hoards.    The
union will be conducted iu a similar
manner to the Associated Hoards of
Trade in the Kootenays,
gooil view of Ihe pulpit and   speaker.
Rov. P,  C.   Williams.   II.  li..  Rector The Church Will be well   lighted    and
ofSt, James Street Methodist Church,  the aeoustlo  properties will be oxcel-
Montrcal,   is  making  a  ton,- of the lent, aB the  coiling   will   be   arched
Western Pro vl i sin   the  Interests of
his church,   lie ex] ts to visit n,|s������
on Friday, August 3rd to confer win.
Rev, .1. a. Wood, chairman of the
Kootenay District, and Rev, Q, li.
Morden i f Rossland who will meet
him here,
from thc four coners,
The steamer Moyie has been Chart*
ercd for the Presbyterian Sunday
School picnic at Goldsmith's Ranch
at Seven Mile Point, Tuesday,July III.
Thc steamer will leave thc city wharf
at t) a, ni, and 3 p.  m.   returning  at
sen to attend thc Associated meeting
will be unable to act, three new ones
were selected. They are, 11. Byers,
T. 0. Proctirand II. ,1. Evans. The
subjects aud delegates must be laid
before tin' board as a whole for consideration. On tliisi account a special
meeting of thc Hoard will be held at
S o'olook Monday evening, when a full
attendance is requested.
BRIEF DESPATCHES.
Liverpool, July'-'8.���At tbe second
days racing of the Liverpool July
Meeting today the (Seventy-third)
Liverpool Cup was won by Mr. II. C.
White's sltopos, Mr. W. Bateman's
KIcon was second and Mr. Fairlic's
Cutaway was third. Nine horses
ran.
Toronto, July '.its.���It iB expected
when Toronto's assessment rolls arc
completed iu a few days they will
show a population in the city limits
of 800,000.
New Orleans, La,, July 28.���At a
late hour last night a nud), which had
evaded the militia and the citi/en police, attacked thc Lafon school house.
Sixth and Rampart streets, upon the
supposition that negroes had stored
arms and ammunition the building.
They quickly gained possession and
tired thc structure destroying it completely.
"BLUB EIBBON TEA IS DELICIOUS.'
BOARD   OF TRADE.
At the meeting of thc council of
the Nelson Board of Trade last evening, four subjects were   chosen which
will he brought before Ih,.  eting of
thc Associated Hoards nexl Thu.isday.
The subjects are I The necessity for
the Immediate opening of ih, Nelson
Land Registry Office for business; the
question of Improved Postal service in
British Columbia; preservation of
trout ln tho   inland waters of   liritish
Columbia;   recommendation    to   the
Legislative assembly of liritish Columbia   that   (he  .Mineral     Aet     be
amended so as to deprive ono co-owner
of his share in a mineral claim on default by him of his share or the assessment work thereon in any year.
An the three delegate! formerly cho-
Tired
eyes
cause
sickness
Because the eyes tire easily,
some folks say they are not well.
In most such cases there is eyestrain.
Neglected eyestrain is sure to
produce sickness.
Be wise.
Have your eyes examined.
Know their met conditi .n from
an expert.
Consultatiou free. ���;
Patenaude Bros.
Watchmakers, Jewelers and Opticians,
NELSON    B.IO
QUICK MEAL WICKLESS
OIL STOVES.
������������������������
Good housekeepers are profuse in  their praise.
No   wick.     No  smoke.     No   smell.    We   have
also a nice line of small Oil Stoves from $1.00 up.
������������������������
M'LACHLAN   BROS.
SUCCESSORS   TO
Vancouver  Hardware  Co.,   Limited
Baker Street, Nelson.
THE   WM.   HAMILTON   HANUFACTURINQ   CO.
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH. ONTARIO.
CANADA.
9. 0. GREBE)        K. S. CLEMENTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
P. O. Hnx 14f Nelson. B. C.
HIS LIFE WAS SAVED.
Mr. ,1. E. Lilly, ti prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a Wonderful deliverance from a frightful death.
In telling of it he says, " I was taken
with   Typhoid  Fever,  that,   ran   into
Pneumonia. My lungs became hardened. I was so weak I could not sit
up in bed. Nothing helped inc. 1
expected soon to die of Consumption,
when I heard of Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle gave great relief.
I continued to use it, and now am well
and strong. I can't say too much in
its praise." This marvellous medicine
is tlie surest and quickest euro in the
world for all Throat and Lung
Trouble. Regular sizes 50 touts anil
11.00. Trial bottles fiee lit Canada
Drug .V Hook Store. Every bottle
guaranteed ||
of
Spring ohickpn and nil the dolionnias
f the soasou snrved to yon   when yon
isit Florence Park Hotel st  Roberts'
Ranch, two and   a half milos np  the
river.    W. M. Roberts, proprietor.
LODGE MEETINGS.
A
NK1.SON I.ODGK, No. 23, A. F. A A
M. moots second Wodnosday in each
month.   Visiting brothorn welcome.
I. O. i). . . Koolonay Lodgo
No. 1(1, moots ovory Monday night,
at   thoir   Mall,   Koolonay  Btroot
Sojourning odd Follows cordially invited.
John A. Mcltiw, N.O.   I). \V. Rutherford. V.Q.
nod J. Simlro, Per. Hoc.
NoIhoii Kucamnmciil. No. 7. Moots ovory 2nd
and 1th Kriday ot oach month, In Odd Fellows'
Hall, cornor linker anil Kootonay stroiils,
Nolson. A.H.Oinmonts,O.P.i I). McArthn/.
R. B.   Vlslling brothers always welcome.
NKLSON LOUGK No. ib. K. OfP
.moots in K. of P. hall, Oddfellows block
Mvsrv Tuesday ovonlng at 8 o'clock
jgAll vir.it.liiK knights cordially Invited
I,. Scorr O. 0.
li. .Iov. K. of It. Kiel B,
MISCELLANEOUS
A il i ei I ii.i'iiieni ���; ni rri inl unclor this head at
tho rat* of ono oonl. a word por insertion. No
advortlgomenl taken for loss than 25 oonts.
NELSON Lii
j. IRON w
V WORKS
NELSON, B. C.
li on   anil  lira..  < a.linn, of I v. rv ll'.c rip
��� lllll.    U, pairs   anil Milt
ico a irecuLT-,
Bai-Iht Chuhcii ��� Services morning and
cvonlngal 11 a.m. and 7.110 p.m.; Prayor moot.
Ing Thursday ovonlng at 8 |i.m. lho H. V
P.U. Tuesday ovonlng at 8 o'clock. Strangers
cordially wolooiod. Itov. 0. J. Coulter Whtlo,
Pastor.
Salvation Ahmy���Sorvlo s ovory ovonlng
at 8 o'cloch In barrackH on V otori Direct
Adjuduul Kdgroombo la charge,
SERVANT WANTKI.-Bv Mrs, G.
Alexander, Knslo. Must be good
cook. To competent person, wages
$25. Washing sent out. Replv to
Box l_2, Kaslo. '
FIRST   CLASS   room   and    board   in
private.family. 15,-0. Carbonate St.,
9   doors   east   of   Josephine.      Table
board, 84.
MRS. H.- REILLY, formerly of Van-
cmiver, lias taken over the house
formerly conducted as a hoarding
honse on Ward Street, throe doors
south of Post Oflice, and will rent lirst
class furnished looms ut moderate
prices.
TO   LET.-Honse to  let  across  the
Uke, stove, etc,   Apply O. Nowling.
Baker street. ���'
NKLSON L. 0. L. No. 1892 moots in Fraternity Hall on lirst and third Friday evening'
of elicit month at, 8 o'clock. Visiting uiomliorH
cordially Invltod. it. Robinson, WM.: Wm.
Crawford. It, 8.	
NM,_ON'S QUKKN NO. 211
SONS OF KNUI.ANI), moots
lirst and third Wednesday of
each month at Fiatornlty hall,
cornor of Hakor and Kootonay
streets. Visiting brothorn cord-
iiillj invltod.
John Watson, SocroUry.
COURT KOOTKNAY, I. O. ��., No. 3i:��
Heetingi 4th Thursday ef month. Fratornal
hall, J A Irving 0, R.   P. R, Fleming. Rj^
NKLSON AKIUF. No. 22, F. 0. K��� moots
every Hccond and fourl h Wednesdays of oach
in onth. VlHitlng meinborH cordially invlt-
Charles Pressor, Soorolary.
NOTICE.
1 The Nelnon Tinners'Union having sociircil
I the support of their uinployors, have agreed to
| adopt the nhic-hour day. commencing August
1.   All Union tinners will jilcaBo nooept this
nolle.
(Sgd.l      V.M. PARIS, See.
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
ProvinciaW>
Land Surveyor.
469 nelson b c,
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