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Daily Edition   No   757
Nelson, British Columbia, Wednesday, June 20, 1900.
Tenth Year
DUNSMUIR SUPPORTED
The Premier Will Meet the New Legislature
on the 5th With a Substantial
Majority at His Back.
Members Elected in Opposition to Martin
are Practically Unanimous in Endorsing Premier's Views.
in all the
are  to be
,1 nines
(SPBOIA-g TO THO MINOR.)
Vancouver, B. C,    June 111.���There
was no more satislieil   man
Proviuce,   if    appearances
depended   upon,   than    lion
Iluilstnnir, Premier and President of
the Executive Council, when the convention of Members-elect completed
its labors this eventog and lie knew
that he would meet the Legislature
on the 5th proximo with a substantial
majority at his hack.
True, the Government Party if not
yet a unit on any policy Involving
radical departures, hut Hon.
Dunsmuir lias the satisfaction of
having held his position, for
present at all events, without
saerillces, and having gained
of losing strength by the
that originally threatened his undo
ing.
Mr.
o
the
any
instead
convention
Wheu tho third and final session ended shortly after 5 o'clock this evening,
the plodge of secrecy still rested upon
the gentlemen privileged lo a*t*nd th��
caucus ns to tbe details of what hnd
transpired, but no attempt wns mndo to
conoeal the outcomo of the   conference.
The Members, eleoted in opposition to
Martinism, hnd with practical nnnuini-
ity, undertaken to support Premier
Dnninnir and bis Governmentjmalready formed, nnd as be Will tomorrow
complete it, through the approaching
session. It was agreed upon thnt only
nou-contentious legislation shall be taken up, and that, prior to prorogation, reconstruction of the G .vernmeut. shall
he tnkeu in hand, this possibly involving
tbe retiremtnt of Mr. Turner, if not all
three of the Ministers now direotmg the
country's affairs.
As Hon. Mr. Dunsmuir has distinctly stated that his sole reason for accepting the office was to avert further
political complications nnd bring the
business of the countiy back to a business basis, this settlement of present
differences meets his views thoroughly
aud completely.
His not Improbable, according to a
few of tbe new Premier's most devoted
friends, that, before ihe time for the
promised reconstruction arrives, be
will have prepared for submission to
the Government party such a policy as
will commend itself to fhem, and on
which tbey will hnve no hesitation in
giving him further support.
The temporary arrangement, sanctioned for the purpose of restoring political harmony and permitting tbe rou
tine of the Government with necessary private and non-oontenlious publio legislation to proceed, has the cordial support of twenty-live members
in the House, exclusive of Mr. Booth,
wbo will once more occupy the Speaker's chair.
In the list nro inolnried Mr. Clifford
of Oassiar, on the strength of his nn-
mistakeable pledges. Mayor John
Houston of Nelson, who, while unable
to attond the convention, is none the
less iu sympathy with the course pursued, the same applying with rognrd to
Messrs Hunter and Rogers of Cariboo;
Messrs Ralph Smith.Tbomas Kidd and
R. F. Greeu nrs rot classed aB Government supporters, for, although they
ate pledged to eudorso and support
suoh legislation as in their opinion
muy he for tho best interests of the
oonntry, and will undoubtedly give
their votes to the advancement of the
non-contentious legislation to be
brought forward at the approaching
session, they prefer to lake olnssiflca-
tion as Independents, unattached to
either party or leader.
The eame classification must be given
to Mr. Munro, of Cliilliwnck, eleoted as
a Provincial Party man but with leanings to the Martin propngnnda, and to
Mr. Mctnness aud Mr. Stables, of Out-
aiar, each of whom has introduced himself as nu Independent Liberal.
The straight Opposition is, therefore,
limited to Ihe retired Lieutenant-Governor's Premier, his Ministers of Mines
and Finance,end their three followers���
that if, if tbe recount in this city does
not lake awuy Mr. Gilmour and leave
but two.
The composition of tbe new House
has now been dellnilely fixed   and   is
ns follows: Qovernment, MesBrs_
Duosmulr,  Ebeits,   Turner, Clifford,
Garden, Wells, 1'ooley, Helmcken, Hall,
MoFhlllips, Dickie, Neil, Moonce, Tat-
low, Mcl'.ridc, Murphy, Fuluin, Ellison, 11 outer, Rogers, Houston, Taylor,
Prentice, Smith (A, W.) nnd Hayward;
Opposition, MesBrs. Martin, Curl is,
Brown, Oliver, Gilmour and Smith (E.
C.I;-Independent���Messrs. Smith (R),
Labor; Stables and Melnnes, Liberals;
Kidd nud Monroe, Provisional Party
Liberals; Green, Conservative.
The question of redistribution wns
not disciihsid ut all in the convention,
nor any oilier contentious matter of
policy, such being entirely unnecessary
under tbe bnsis of agreement,
REFUSED TO RESIGN.
Laurier Demands Melnnes' Resignation.
But the Governor Refuses.
Victoria, Ii. 0., June 19.���Your correspondent ascertained tonight from
an offlnlal source that Sir Wilfred Lau
rier has demauded the resignation of
tbe Lieutenant Governor and thut the
latter has refused.
It   is   understood   that  His Honor's
contention is that a "Tory caucus," by
Telegraph  correspondent furnishes lo
his paper a good account of the relict' of
Mafeking iu tbe course of whieli he
sBys:
" Tbe Onundinus and the infantry on
the left bud a tougher job and more
protracted, but not uu inch did they
budge, except to move  forward,"
FIRE AT THE PHAIR.
A Small  Fire   ln  the   Phair  Annex
Last Night.
A small lire under the fired floor
of the Phair Annex last night caused
mnch excitement, bnt beyond a hole
chopped in the floor and several oar-
pets slightly damaged by water, no
serlons damage wub done. About half-
past nine Mr. and Mrs . T. J.Leudrum,
who ocoupied room 411, noticed un odor
of smoke in the room and summoned
the bellboy, who after a few moments
examination, assured them there was
no Are in the building. About an
hour later, however, Mrs. Lendrum,
wbo had retired, notioed thnt the
room was fall of smoke, whioh
was pouring out a register in the coruer
of the next room,   which   waB  I  by
them as a sitting room. She gave tbe
alarm und calmly began getting their
effeclB together for removal. As soon
as the niacin was given Manager Phair
notified Ihe Fire Department, who responded promptly, Iu the meantime
Huny Houston hnd chopped a hole iu
the floor and assisted by several others
wns throwing water on the Homes. Ab
soon i-e tbe Department arrived oue
line ot hose was run under the building
nnd several of the firemen crept underneath and threw a stream from thnt direction, while another line was curried
in the house and a stream thrown
through the hole in the floor. Iu a short
time the lire was extinguished. Upon
examination no cause of the lire could
be assigned for it was found that the
blaze had started under the flooring
where it would be impossible for anyone to throw any conbustible material, the space between the ground and
building being completely closed up.
There is a furnace under the annex
but there has been no lire there for
several weeks. Manager Phair is
therefore at alossto know bow thefire
started and attributes it to the "great
unknown." He was unable to estimate the loss, which, however, is
slight and confined to one room,
an hour after the fire started the excitement was over, the guests moved
to other rooms and the Phair bad
resumed its accustomed air of homelike quiet. The Fire Company is to
be congratulated upon their prompt
response aud the energetic, workmanlike manner in which they put
out the fire.
Acting Mayor Irvine was early on
tlie scene and superintended the work
of the Department.
but
ln
CHINA
Russian Column Arrives at
Pekin and Attacks
the City.
Chinese  Renew Attack
Legations-Fighting
in Pekin.
on
British  Cruiser   Clears
Action ln Shanghai
Harbor.
for
(HY ASSOCIATED PRIONS.!
���The
change ot front, on the pari of Ihe Man-
cIiuh. who have abandoued flic hoic of
oppoaing the Powers.''
WILL  STOP   WORK.
Under the beading ' 'Fast   Orew   for
Nelson" the  Winnipeg Free   PresB  of
^^^ Jnne Kith says:   "It has  been decider!
which expression he characterizes the [by the Winnipeg Rowing Club to send
convention just held  nt Vancouver
not competent to advise the Federal
authorities in such an important matter.
Locnl politicians are dumbfonuded at
the Governor's ridiculous act in refusing
to resign wheu asked to do do, and all
look for his dismissal before the elose of
the week. General satisfaction is expressed at the outcome of the rain-as in
Vancouver. A resolution was passed
Unanimously pledging the members present to accord Premier Dunsmuir complete support during ooining session at
all events.
TRANSVAAL.
No important Developments In South
Africa,
(snoriAi.s to this mi moid
Loudon, June 20.���No Important
developments mark the progress of
of the British (_ tin Transvaal.
Lord Roberts reports that over 3,1100
stands of arms hnve been given up
at Pretoria since the occupation of
that Capital. These will be utilized
by the released British prisoners of
whom there are 148 officers and :t,0M��
men. Of the former 12, and of the
latter 248 are in the hospitals.
The total of the British losses June
4th, says Lord Roberts, only amounted
to two men killed and one officer and
���IH men wounded.
General Buller reports tbat the
first train passed through Lalngs Nek
tunnel Monday, June 18th and proceeded to Charlestown.
The first batch of Mafeking's sick
and wounded arrived at the hospital
at Bcelfontein June lath.
London,
Jnne      19.-The    Dally
a orew to take purt in the big water
aruivul to be held ut Nelson on July
2nd and 8rd. The orew ohosen will be
composed of the following; V. H.
Bole, bow ; K. W. Hamber, 2; H. 8
Hayes, 8; C. S. Riley, stroke. The
rowing competition will be between
three fours over a mile and a half
course on the Kootenay River. The
Winnipeg crow are considered one of
the fastest fours ou the river and hnve
mado a trial bent against a wind iu
remarkable fast time in the mil* and a
half go. The record on the Red River
was made in UO' by Mnrks' chnmpiou
crew, the time being 8.06, The James
Bay fours weie beaten by tlieArgonunts
on the Red, the best time being 0.12
Tho olnb consider that Riley's orew
will make n very ouditable showing at
Nelson.
Monday night a couit of the Anciont
Order of Foresters was successfully
established hy Grand Organizer J.
Hilbeit at Fraternity Hall. Over
twenty charter members ware initiated
nnd the following officers wero duly
eleoted nnd installed: P. 0. R., Frank
Simpson, O. R., J. W. Hardy; S. C.
R., Peroy G. Swiflin ; Treasurer, W.
H. Lee; Secretary, Robert McLuod; S.
W., B. H. O. Jobus; J. W., George
H. FrnBer; S. B��� Frank Deacon ; J. B.
W. MaoMillsn; Medical Oflloer, R. J.
Hawkey. Last night a final meeting
for the completion of the organization
was held at the Bame place anil tbe
following additional officers were
elected : Trustees, J. A. Portei, B. D,
Portor, Georgo Phillips; Auditors. R.
J. Hawkey, George Phillips, D H. M.
Little; By-law Committee, R. J.
Hawkey, John Hardey, and R. J. McLeod,
London, June 20, S a. in,���
Russinn relieving forces arrived outside of Pekin this morniug," ssys tbe
Shanghai correspondent of the Dnily
Expiess, ''and immediately began to
attack the city on both sides, employing artillery.
"The forces apparently arrived in
time, for the Chinese assert that the
attack upon the Legations had been successfully renewed. On the night of
Juno 16, Ihe Chinese troops, under
Gtnernls Tung Fu Siiing and Tung
Chiug, attacked the legations aud set
ou fire five European buildings. Nothing di Unite is known as tu the result,
except that Ihe Chinese were disappointed, although other reports, utterly discredited by foreigners here, are
that the Chinese, infuriated by the destruction of Taku. have since niassa-
ored all the foreigners in Pekin."
A modified version of thesi rumor ,
received at Borlin, is that the French
as well us the Germau Minister has
been killed.
The English nt Shanghai, think the
Chinese have had foreign advice in
organizing the defencos at Taku. because of the precision v/ith which
their attack was delivered.
Tho wires connecting with the harbor mines were cut by tho boats of the
warship tho night bofore tho bombnrd-
ment.
It :s reported at Shanghai, thai, it
was un board the Russian cruiser Kor
ietz and not the Mnudscliur, thut tbe
explosion occmred. killing and wound
i'jg more than fifty. It is reported that
no fewer than 700 Chiueso wero killed
in the foits.
The Shanghai correspondent of The
Daily Express says he is officially informed that Japan is mobilizing 25,000
men for immediate transportation.
The British oiuiaer Undaunted arrived at Shanghai yesterday cleured for action and took up n positiou commanding the Chinese forls. There aro three
Chinese cruisers in the harbor,
At Yun Nan Fn. where the rising
bad been gathering force for days
past, USD Christians have been attacked at the French Mission
settlement. many being put to
death. The French Consul and three
missionaries are still In prison.
The disorderly elements have secured the upper hand at Wtihu and Cso-
ohnan, where the native Christians
have been massacred.
A thousand Boxers have gathered on
the outskirts Tien Tsin.
Tho shanghai correspondent of the
Daily Nows, telegraphing jestcrday,
says:
"The Ohlncse officials here assort
tbey have news from Pekin up to June
17, The situation wns llieii very serious, beyond that they have received
nothing, but they deny that despatches
have been withheld.
"Admiral Seymour's column is now
in the middle of an arid plain, wilh no
food and no good water and siuroiind-
ed by hostile forces."
A despatch from Shanghai announces that the United States transport Thomas With troops from Manila
wns diverted nt Nagasaki and has
arrived nt Taku with I.'.'no men.
The Shanghai correspondent of The
Times, telegraphing yesterday, says:
"The British Hag is reported lo have
been Hying yesterday over   the   south
I gate of Pekin. This is presumed to
indicate   the  arrival of   Admiral Soy-
i niour.
The summoning of Li Hnng Chang
Probable Result of the Troublo on the
Rook Pile.
As a result of the trouble created
by the action of the men engaged by
the oity in taking ���ut rock at Josephine and Victoria Streets It Is more
than probable that the present week
will sec a discontinuance of all the
work for some time at least. The
Aldermen are not disposed to take
kindly to the petition, or demand, as
some of them term it, of the Nelson
Laborers' Protective Union which
was presented to the Council ou Monday night and it is highly improbable
that action favorable to the Union
will be taken at the conference which
will probably be held on Friday
afternoon. They are not only opposed to an increase in the wages but
they object also to being handed the
wages of the "American Federation
of Labor'' with what almost amounts
to a demand that it be adopted.
"The result of the trouble," said
Acting Mayor Irvine yesterday, "will
probably be the discontinuance of the
work. It will be the easiest way t"
put an end lo all this trouble and
controversy. If the men do not want
work badly enough to slay where they
arc and accept the wages they are
being paid without any complaint
tbey eann.ii be very badly oil' and can
probably afford to remain Idle for a
few months."
The petition presented to the Council was not what it appeared on the
face of it lo be. It was signed by
contract as of the city and was meant
us un assurance on their part that
if they ever had occasion to take out
rock tbey would be willing to pay the
18,25 and (3,00 scale.     One signature
for Instance wns that of Charles Hillyer. Mr. Hillyer proi-uhh bus uo
more idea of even taking out any
rook than has Joe Downs. But if he
docs take any out he will pay the
scale asked for aud this Is given as a
reason why the city should grant the
demand made and there are others
wbo signed the petition who arc in
the same boat, as Mr.   Hillyer.
DOMINION
(Winnipcgcrs Protest Against
the Prohibition
Act.
Manitoba School Act Gomes
Up in the House at
Ottawa.
Belgium Is Now Considering
Sending Settlers to
Canada.
Mr. Thomas G. Procter arrived in Nrl-
|oou yesterdny morning, nceonipnni- d by
Mrs.   Prooter,  who returned with  him
Ironi  the   Old    Country,    where    Mr
Procter has   been    for  thu  last   two
mouths.    Mr. uud  Mrs.   Procter  came
over mi the Teutonic nud bad a most
pleasant voynge.    Mr. Procter reporis
business as go,id iu London despite the
excitement due to the   war  in  Africa.
He   wns  most  successful    iu    putting
through the Im linens which carried him
to England and will in a short lime put
on foot several enterprises which  will
greatly benefit the   Province     He   reports, however.tbat the London capital
ista   are rather ohary of  putting   their
mouey into the Provinoe while the labor
agitaliou Continues such a factor iu the
Situation.    Mr. Procter's remarks coincide witb those of all the recent visitors
lotbo   Biitisb Oapital,  iu  that he says
there is plenty of money   in the murket
seeking investment, but thnt the invest-
ors waul no more  long chances.   Any
good mining properly, however,   backed by favorable reports from   repntabli
engineers, will not fail lo cominuiid  attention.    Rottcu politics   have  also  affected the Influx of Ihil c h capitrl and.
wheu the Proviuco ia fairly  nettled   un
der   a   stable,   reputable Government,
with the labui agitntion  disposed  of by
a cunimon sense settlement, there is no
doubt thnt oapital will  cuius this way
and plenty ot it,    Mr.   Procter wus  iu
l.iuiiliiii during tbe   Mafeking rclcbra
lion and says the uewspapcr accounts ol
the demonstration are iu no  way exag-
gnrnted for thu people ' weut the limit
in allowing their joy.    Ho says he never
again expects to witness such a jubilation.    While there  be  heard  that  the
Hall  .Mines would soon tcsume opera
linns   uinler  tbe    reorgnni/.ed   inunagr-
iie-ni.    Mr. and Mrs.   Procter are now
at the Phair but will   go  (board   their
new houseboat iu a few days where they
will spend most uf  the summer.    The
first ancborngo will probably be off the
new park where Ihey will spend  a few
weeks.
(SPECIALS to Tin: MINIMI.)
Winnipeg, June 111 ���A delegation
composed of over lOo hotel and business men of the oity uud province, was
present at thu law amendment committee of tbe Legislature today, to
protest against the prohibition bill.
The delegation was introduced by
Ijiwyer Pliippen. who appeared un behalf of the Licensed Vicinallien' Association aud made a vigorous appeal
against the prohibition law uliout to be
enforced.
He showed that   Manitoba sl ready
had Ibn most strict prohibitory law in
Canada, and that I hi- traffic would
simply be driven from lintels into the
sanctity of homes and unit theie would
be limn-  liquor consumed   under   the
proposcd inw (ban nnder tbe license
system.
No persons conld he prevented from
bringing liquor into their homes nnd
drinking it there. On behalf of the
men who had their nil invested in the
business ho mnile a strung plea for
compensation should thu law bv en
foiced.
Mr. I'hippeti wns fnllowed in his remarks by eight leading Winuipegers
who vigorously opposed the bill.
the prospects of this country in connection with immigration. They were
authorized to inspect the Northwest
more especially, and daring tbii trip
they have visited many purls- of British
Columbia. Mr. de'Vos was given the
privilege lo write a report of bis observations on his n-t in u to Ottawa, aud
then i.ui.on: it to the Government of
his country,
In the course of an interview yesterday Mr. de'Vos said:
"The Government of my country
has asked me to write them and give a
full report concerning the possibilities
uf this count ry. I see that it would be
ot Ihe 'greatest advantage if Belgian
capital could be in. I need to come to tha
Northwest and British Columbia. I
have learned much about other countries, such as Russia, China, Spain,etc.,
but my appreciation of Canada ia
much greater than fur those other
countries, Our people hsve gone to
Russia, China, Austria and Spain and
huve taken much capital with them.
They huve established large factories,
all of which are bringing in au Immense income. The same result conld
be had in this country and probably to
a great or extent. I say to a greater
extent because I do not know when
there is a countiy with greater possibilities aud a larger Held for development and advancement.
2 "Iu my native country there Is a
population of 559 to each square mile,
with ul.umlaut capital. The large
population causes low wages and
frequent Socialistic outbreaks. If we
could direct immigration to this
country it would do more than many
reforms which might be brought
ubout by tbe (iovernment. In my
report 1 will have more to say about
the Northwest than British Columbia,
but nevertheless I will surely mention
this district which is one uf the
greatest mining countries of tha
world. 1 intend sending samples of
the different varieties of ore. whioh I
on obtain from the many mines of
this Province, to the Conunercial
Museum of Belgium, aud then the
imprrs which are published there
daily will send the news to every
mine laborer among our people. I
am sure it will   have a   ginnl result.*'
If there are ouy Mine Owners who
wish to have any samples of ore of
Ihe various mines of British Columbia
exhibited at the Commercial Museum
at Brussels, Mr. de'Voa said that
they would be gladly forwarded if
they were sent tu the Const- lleueral
at Ottawa.
Otlawa, June 10, Mr. Mills, in answer to a question naked by Mr. I.an
dry hi the House yesterday, slated
thai under Section 22 of the Mandolin
School Act it was only where a settlement, by negotiations would Follow that
recuiii-He was had to a higher tribunal.
This wns the case ill the Manitoba
si hool case, a remedial oi-der was 1 he
result and it bad expired when the
election was held. In the election the
supporters of Ihe negotiations wore successful. The negotiations look place
under the present (lovei innent and a
settlement wns effected. In the country distiiots I here wero eighty-one
schools, which nil came under the settlement In the city of Winnipeg there
was a difference of opinion, but he
hoped in lime a settlement   would lie
amicably arrived at.
Messrs. liernicr and Landry said that
the remedial order was a judgment.
Mr. Mills said il was not a judgment.
Mr. Watson said when Mr. Greenway
stated lhat question was settled he believed il.
Mr. MiicDoniild, when approached,
refused lo say anything until he hud
beard the oilier side, l'lnilieally tin
question was settled The fact wai
that Mr. Greenway s Government
would have been iu |siwer today if tbey
had not been loo liberal with the Oath
olie minority, In Winnipeg, If the
OstbolioS would be reasonable, the
question would ho settled. They, however, demanded what it was nop , -it.l.-
foi-the School I: l to give. If Ihey
wouM be content wilh what Iho law
gave tbem the question would be settled.
SIK   WM.   WHITEWAY.
Ex Premier or Newfoundland Will Soon
Reside In British Columbia.
Montreal. June in sir William
Whit,-way ri Premier of Newfoundland, will leave Hi. John with his family
iu the fall for British CnlumbiB, where
they will make their fulnre home.
Montreal. June 19.-The O. P. R.
trattle receipts for the week ending
.lime II were $.'i7o,inXI and for the i
week lustyesr, *..:��11mi.
to Pekin is regarded as a complete j aged as a result,
The   Steamer    Marion   which    pans
between Kaslo ami Duncan arrived
at the city wharf yesterday. She has
la'en brought here to be fitted with
new machinery, and when tin-work is
completed she will la: able to main
her regular round trip CD   miieh fastal
time,   As  she was  approaching   tin
wharf on her arrival she ran Into tin
Steamer Moyle nud was slightly dam
CAPITAL FROM BELGIUM.
Vice Consul ol That country Will Ad
vise Its (timing to Canada.
Hobrei ht   de'.Vos  of] Belgium. Vice
Consul In Camilla for  Hint  country, is
ill Ihe  city   of Nclsnn,    Hie   guest   of
W, W. Beer.
Mr. de' Vos b-ffjlclginiii lust March
and was appointed by Ids home Gov
Srnmenl to assist Consul (ienernl A.
Downer, who has bin headquarters at
Ottawa. He nlso accompanied B commission ol two prominent men who
were appointed by the Itelgian Government to come to Canada  lo ascertrln
In tbe matter of the proposed amendment lo the plan of Ihe ' 'Hume Addition" lo the City of Nelson, Mr. E. T.
II. Sinipkins, the referee appointed by
I In   Supreme Coin I    to   decide   aa   to
whal compensation the lot ownera affected by said change in plan  were entitled Ui receive, has signed  his report
and has given compensation.   Tbe report  slu iwnl  that   lots   owned   by ('.
IlSSinalnS.   A,   Mum-in    Krazer   "and
Hrodcriek, Mrs. J. Muir. W. K, Gallop,
A. and   F.   Arohambuult,   I,   Marquis,
Ihe   l'i in in. ial   Government  and  Q.
Young   were   not   nlfecled,   but   Iota
owned by K.K. Ilnrry, Mrs. (1. Bain, O.
Jisskawfc���   and   Mrs.   Yatea were Increased   a   few   inches.      Any   fences
which hnve lo be removed and replaced
will be done by Hie owners of tbe Homo
Addition   without   cost   to   Hume who
now own tha   lots.   The   latter operation will be doue  within   one   month.
Those   who lost   parts  of   their   lota
will be paid for the amount according
lo the market value of their Iota.    The
following schedule lis* been adopted:
Mm. O. Bain, $IUXJ; Mrs. Gate*, 110.20;
8   W. Peck, 918.00; Mrs. McRae, (Q.00;
lv   lyevesqtie,   912.00;   F.   K     Hiury.
Kill <*>; O. O. Ross, si.Mi;   B.   Brown,
|16.10l F. R  Hurry. *�� UO; M. Brown,
117.27:   Buxton  estate,  $21.70;   K. O,
Smith, *s.viii; li,ut. ,n estate, ���l.mi.
Ilnrry Parkin came to grief In ths
Police Court yesterday afternoon.
liis wife, Mrs, Lillie Parkin, had
him arrested on the charge of beating
her and he was tried before Magistrate Crease and fined 135 and OOSts or
.10 days with hard labor. He la now
confined iu the lock-up.
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���"HP   *K!f~,- NEL80N DAILY MINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE aa, 1900
iNelson Daily Miner
rubllnt>od 1>_1t except Mondaj.'.
t Kid IN   lilH.B PRINTINO A FOBLISHINO CO
D J. BKATON, Editor and Manager.
8OH8OMPTION RATK8,
Dallj per month or oantor *   jjj
per-Ufyear    ����
����r7��er    .Z
pHfeu foreign. -  Duu
n  '
Nki-on Wkkkly Minkh.
Wosklf. per half jear ��� J"
t~rjear   aS,
pe. vear, foreign    ��<"
BooaorlpUoni luvarlnblT In advanoel
Nelson MUl * Printing ft PubllihlngCo
NE-SON. B. O.
Telephonb  No.  144.
Loudon I El _lam'| Ollice, H5 Kloot. Btrool, Y..C
Ceutral Proiw Agenpy, UadUid. Sped- ARDA-
TIME FOR A HALT.
'Things arc coming lo such a pass
here that it is time to call a halt. It
regrettable that capital has already called a halt so far as this
town and district are concerned.
Three large buildings which were
going up immediately have been
abandoned indefinitely, the loan
companies arc refusing bus'.ness
right and left, bankers are openly
expressing their distrust of the situation and a desire to draw in their
horns, and unless the business men of the community pretty
soon realise the true meaning of the
situation it will be too late. The
time has come to sell for cash and
cash alone. It is better to do so of
one's own free will to save the situation to begin with, than to be
compelled to adopt such tactics later
on through stress of circumstances
and on account of the credit of the
district having been entirely ruined
financially."
At the Council meeting on Monday night the Laborers' Protective
Union askedthat the rockdrillersemployed by the City be paid $3.25 for
a day of eight hours. Also certain
bylaws to raise money for civic improvements were read a first and
second time, preliminary to their
submission to the vote of the ratepayers. These are two matters that
will be considered jointly by many
citizens who take an interest in
what is going on.
First, if the members of it will be
gracious enough to permit us, we
would compliment the Union on
the regular and orderly manner
in which it is proceeding to
obtain its wishes. No one will
quarrel with it for going to
the Council to ask for long pay for
a short day; if it can get them it
will deserve to be congratulated on
its success. Another observation
that occurs is that the name of the
Union does not strike others as being exactly appropriate. Why Protective? Who or what is threatening it, that it becomes necessary to
organise for protection? If there
is any protection required in the
case, it is on the side of others.
With these as a preface, The Miner
will proceed shortly to say that it
has been so unfortunate as to incur
the severe displeasure of many
members of the Unions. This has
occurred, because in the exercise of
its judgment, it has thought it right
and just to take a stand on a certain
issue with which the members do
not agree. It will probably aggravate their displeasure to know that
it does not believe the request of
this Protective Union is a right and
just one, and that it will oppose it
with all its nvght. It regrets to
have to incur any one's displeasure,
but it is ready to incur the displeasure of every man and woman and
child in Nelson rather than dish
over its conscientious convictions.
One of its conscientious convictions is that there is nothing under
the heavens above, or on the earth
beneath, or in the waters under the
earth to justify the demand of those
rockdrillers for a wage of $3.25 for
eight hours' work, They are probably just in from the railways,where
they were glad to accept $2.50 for
ten hours' work, 01 if they are not
there others just as good who were.
They would never dream of asking
this 61 1-2 per cent increase on the
regular wage if this City had nol
just elected an agitator' and demagogue, in the person of Mr. Houston, to the Provincial Legislature.
Because that election was largely
due to the labor vote, the members
of the Unions think they have the
City by the throat and can exact
anything they choose to demand.
But they cannot. They will not get
what was asked at the last Council
meeting, and if they did the ratepayers of Nelson would vote down
those money bylaws and put a stop
to every improvement going on in
the City. There is a limit to all
things, even to the patience of a
very good-natured, easy-going populace like the citizens of Nelson.
The labor agitation here is causing infinite havoc.    On  this point
we quote from a letter sent to The
Miner ��� few days ago
piatter of the drillers first came up;
Or. Hall's suggestion that the
membership of the Council be increased, is a very sensible one. If
not taken np now, it must be in a
very short time. The town is growing fast, and today its population
probably exceeds six thousand.
Even the growth [of its population
is exceeded by that of its business
affairs generally. These are transacted in large part by committees,
and a committee should have at least
three members. Six Aldermen can
scarcely be expected to cope with
the present body of municipal
work, and in a short time it will get
beyond their power. If the present
Council shall decide to cut the town
into three wards and give three
Aldermen to each, we believe their
action would meet with the approval
of a large majority of the citizens,
N6W GOOflS!
H    ��� k _      	
Just  received   from   the
manufacturers.
The very latest ideas in���
Purses
Card Cases
Shopping
pags
pells, Eta.
C4NADA DRUQ &
BOOK CO.
GENUINE 6LEflRflN6E SALE
Of Dry Goods.
OUR PRICES WILL TELL YOU THIS.   SEE
WHAT FOLLOWS:
Oaii only be obtained by utilizing
tbe factors which tend to bring
tbem about.
If you wish to eet the best results
from a timepiece bring it to us,
We claim to give the best results.
Done can do more-
Wholesale Houses.
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND_MINERAL WATERS
THORPE & CO., Limitkd.���Corner Vor
11011 anil Cedar Stroet8, Nolnon, munu-
fncturorrt of and wholesale dealers ln aoratod
watorn and fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs mineral water.  Tel (iO
NELSON SODA WATER FAOTORY
���N. M. Cummins, Lcsseu, Kvery known
variety nf soft drinks. P. O. Box 88. Telephone No. 81. Hoover Street. Nolson. Bottlers
of tho Famous St. Loon Hot Springs Mineral
Water.
CIGARS
KOOTENAY   QIQA
TURING  pO--M
Hoyal Soul and kootunry
IQAR    MANUFAC-
if the
amlfacturorH o!
Hoyal Seal and Koolonry Belle Cigars.   Kac
tory and oflk-c, Baker Strest. Nelson, B. C.
COMMISSION MERCHANT8
HJ. EVANS ik OO.-Bakor Street, Nel
��� son, wholesalo dualors ln liquors, cigars
cemont, lire brick and tiro clay, water pipe and
stool rails and general commission merchants.
FRUITS  AND  CONFECTIONERY-
J.
A.    M'DONALD
Nelson,    a. C.��� hrutts,     ice    cretun.
T. H. BROWN
JEWELER
178 Baker Street, Nolson.
U, B. Chocolates,
Ice Cretun parlors.
Madden    Ulock,
sreuin,
high class   confeotlonery.
Regular $1.25 Linen Dress Skirts, now offered at 50c
Regular   1.50 White Duck Dress Skirts, now offer-
ered at 85c
Regular    .75 Colored Shirt Waists, now offered at
35c
Regular   2.00 White Shirt Waists, now offered at
$1.00
Regular   2.00 Colored Silk Parasols, now offered at
$1.00
Ladies' Corset Covers, from 1 ^c up
Ladies' Cotton Drawers, from 15c up
Crash goods for Skirts at 8c per yd
Ladies' Cotton Undervests, from 15c up
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
THE HOUSE FURNISHING LINE.   READ THE
FOLLOWING VALUES:
8-4 Bleached Sheeting at 20c per yd
Bleached Circular Pillow Cotton at 15c per yd
Regular 75c Lace Curtains for 45c per pair
Regular $1.25 Lace Curtains for 75c per pair
Hemp Carpet at 17c per yd
Union Carpet at 25c per yd
Tapestry Carpet at 55c per yd
Regular $1.25 Brussels Carpet at 85c per yd
MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
Regatta Shirts at 50c
Men's Linen Hats at 50c
Men's Straw Hats at 15c
Boys' White Pique Suits at $1.00
Boys' Linen Suits at $1,00
Boys' Linen Caps at 25c
sNCOR POrVNUWJ lfcTo,
We can suit you with
what you require in
Boots,
Shoes, or
Rubbers.
We carry full lines
from infants'to men's,
built by the best
makers on the continent, and guarantee
price and quality to
be satisfactory.
GRAIN, HAY AND OEREAL8
BRACKMAN - K.ER MILLING CO.
Limited.��� Wholosalo and retail dealers
ln grain, hay, flour, fond. Mills at Victoria.
Now Westminster. Kdmonton, Alia, levators on Calgary & Kdmonton Hallway. Manufacturers of celebrated B & K brand cereals.
GROOERIE8
A     MACDONALD,, &    CO.-Corner
���      Front   and   Hall   Streets,  wholosalo
roeers and jobbors In blankets, gloves, mitts,
rubbers, mackinaws and miners' sun-
8T1
booth,
drios
As all our Dry Goods must be closed out, and as
these are only a few samples of our prices, you arc
assured of Bargains in all other lines.
LUMBER.
Delivered to an any point on
Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock
on hand of
HOUGH AND
DRESSED LUMliEK,
SHINGLES.
MOULDINGS, SASH DOOM
INSIDE FINISH.
COAST FLOORING
and
FINISHED LUMBER.
Mill at PILOT BAY.
Yards, NKLSON and LAHDO;
HEAD  OFFICE
;j_T_��3I_SO__T.
J.  A.   SAYWARD.
OerlifioateCof Improyeinrnta.
Notioe���Venango Mid Slidnnngn Mineral .Iiiin. --i 11 mi 1 - in tho Nolson Mining Division of West Kootenay His
trict. Where looated���On west side of
Kagle Oroelr.nbont 2,0(10 feet southwest
of Poorman qnarlz mill.
Take notice thnt I, Chas. Moore, of
Kaslo, B, O.i ai-tinn as agent for Thos.
B. French F. M. 0. No. 11,8006 and
Isaac Eriekson, Free Miner's Certificate No. 11,304 B, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Oertifioate of
Improvements for the pnrposo of obtaining a Crown Grant ol the abovo
claim.
And farther take notice that aotion,
nnder section 1)7, must be commenced
before the isioance of snob Certificate
whpn  thla 'ot Improvement!.
'    Dated thin aotli day of  April, 1000.
CHAS. MOURE, P. L 8,
ARCHITECTS
CANE & MACDONALD HI. Gnne,
Jas. A. Macdonald) ���Architects and Superintendents. Broken Hill Hloek, ('or. Baker
and Wnrd Sta., Nolson, B. C,
LUMBER
NELSON SAW A PLANING Ml__-
Ollleo comer Hall and Front Hlreots,
Nelson, It. 0, Luinbor, Colling, mooring and
everything in wood for building puiuoHi-s.
Uot our prices.   Correspondence solicited.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
P.1
BURNS A OO���Baker Street, Nelwm
whol-H&lo dualers in fro-h and curod
moatH.   (Juki Hlorago.
WEST KOOTENAY BUTCHER CO-
���Bakor Streot, NoIhoii,   \VhoLe_alo deal
<���)- ln frorih and curod meat-,
HARDWARE A  MINING SUPPLIES
VANCOUVER HARDWARE CO'Y.
Limitkd���bakor Street, Nemon, whole-
nale doalorw in hardware and mining; supplloH,
plumber-'and tliiHmlth _ HuppUos.
NELSON  HARDWARE  CO.-Whole
��� :iIf p.1 ml    and oil--.
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.
TURNER, BEETON A OO.-Cornor
Vernon and JoMeuhino Streets, Ne'non
wholesale de&leru in liquora cigarn and dry
KOodH. Agents for Patwt Hrowlng Co. of Mil
wai'kco and Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary.
HUDSON'S BAY CO
corioH anul
 WholewUo gro-
liiliiorrt.oLc., linker St., NoIhoii
CALIFORNIA WINE CO. Limited,
enruor Kront and Hall StreelH, Nolson.
U hull- ,.]i dealer** in W'iiuw (cane and bulk),
and DotQOstiO and Imported CigarK,
PROVISIONS, PRODUCE * FRUITS
���Corner  Vernon
KSm       .iiiti  -nri'i ' HUWA  WolrJOII.   U hull'HHlC
lea lorn in provltdonH, cured moaU, butter and
JY  GRIFFIN A  CO
���   and JoHuphlno StreeU. NoIhoii. wholottale
RELSTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Drop in and see us.
NELSON, B. a
Nelson Employment Agency
WANTED
Chambermaid, 4 Cooks (women),   2
Waitresses.
CONTKACTS    TAKKN    FOB    DIAMOND
1'iillK   DRILLING.
J. H. LOVE, Agt      Baker S'
TENDERS WANTED.
TenderR will bo received by tbe undersigned ���p to the loth of .Inly next
for the sinking of a shaft on tbe Mnnd
8 mineral claim on the North Fork of
the Salmon River. Plans and spool-
ftcntions will be mailed on application
to tbe nndersigned.
C. G. HOBSON. Seoretary.
New North Fork Mining Co., Ltd.
P. o. Box 886,
June 1st, 1900,       Vancouver, B, O,
A. FERLAND & CO.
Gamble & O'Reilly
REAL  ESTATE
AND INSURANCE AOENTS.
BAKER STTEET.
FOR SALE.
Two   lots and   house. 8 rooms, bath I
room   and   kitchen,   all   modern   im-1
provements,   good   view,   handy    to
town, (3,600.   Terms.
FOR RENT.
New Cottage, Mill Street, *2S per
month
New Cottage, Stanley Street, 830
per month.   All modern conveniences,
Two new cottages, (.lore Street, Sir,
each.
Apply
Gamble b O'Reilly.
Agents.
GEO. GURD
Room 1, Turoer-Boeokh Block,
Real Estate & Mining Agent
HOUSES  FOR  SALE
14-ioom   house, all  conveniences, 2
lots dowu town.    A bargain.
Hoaxes in all parts of the aity.
Baker    Street    improved   property.
Income 15 per oent net.
BUILDING   LOTS  FOR  SALE
75-feet beat resldenoo oorner iu the
oity.   A snap.
A good list of bnilding lota to select
from.
MILLINERY
Trimmed Hats Bold nt the lowest
possible rates.
Balance of Pattern Hats at cost.
All Millinery reduced.
AlsoFashionnble Dressmaking. First
Olass Fit Guaranteed. Prioes reasonable.
AT MRS. ENFIELD'S
Upstairs iu tbe New Hall Block.
Charles St. Barbe
Stock and Share
Broker
General Agent.
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WE   HAVE   SOLD  75%   OF  ALL  THE
PORTLAND CEMENT,
FIRE BRICK, FIRE CLAY,
and SEWER PIPE
Used In the Kootenay.
JUST REO-IVED-OABXOAD
Dominion Ale and Porter
(in pints and quarts)
Dominion White Label Ale
(pints and quarts)
-his is tho finest Ale brewed in Oanada. 1
Dominion Bulk Ale
(in 10 gallon kegs)
Teacher's Scotch Whisky
IS  8TILL  THE   BEST.
������������
H. J. EVANS & CO.
NELSON,  B.O.
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THE WM. HAMILTON  MANUFAcriRING-OO.
LIMITED.
MINING   MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH,    ONTARIO,
CANADA.
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We are now doing business in
OUR   NEW  STAND
(THE   OLD   BURNS  SHOP)
A. R- BARROW, a.m. i.c.b.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Corner Victoria and Kootenay BU,
., O, Box m. Telephone No. 86
Next to  Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see all our |
OLD customers and many NEW ones.
Give us a call. ���
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KIRKPATRICK  A  WILSON
Telephone 10 P. O. Bo* K. and W. |
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HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
LIME
The Nelson Coke &
Gas Company is
now prepared to supply the best LIME
in   the   country   at
5oc per cwt-
Special rates on carload    lots.     Apply
ttelsoH Golte & Bas Co., LtiL
Baker Street.
ittontio S. S. Lines
Krooi Montrcftl
Allan Une   ������Tunlnliur ���>'j��?vs2
Allen Line "Kuiiildlun" ��������� j*���'_
Dominlou l.lue ���Vnmbronliwi   *__V_
Dominion Une "Vancouver'. i"JJ_
Beaver Une "Lako Ontario' f^Z
Beaver Uue "LuHlUmla".. -^j^^gA
WhIU) Star Une "OorinanliV' JJJW
WhlUi Star (Lino "Mojenllc" i__��n
Cunard Uno "Bervla" inn.SO
Cunard Uno " Lucanla" ju_aS
Anchor Uue "Kurnwwla  jiiooJO
Anoho- LI "fll/ of R01110" J"'��g
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Hud Hlar Une "Weiitoroland ��������� '��!"_
North (loriunn   ____JT*_mi__iW
North Gorman lJovd"Kal��or Wlllielm        ,
dor GrosH��" ���:_,-_-   -{,'_��' luneSO
Allan State Une "S.ato ol g����&|_f "JK
Cunard  Lino "Ivornis," '���'��;Jl"!!_,i
PaiwageH arranged to and from all gMJffl;
polnuPFor ratoH, tlckete and fu 1 lnKj���_��,
appljtoC. P. R, dopotagentlor O _��� ~"��
m ?����."����wjaMca,,.^
Q.nOT_A��eit:cP.R.Offlo��- vVUndW
A. R. SHERWOOD
Genernl Agent fur Southern B.O,
for the
Birkbeok hvestment, Security 4 Saving"
0o., of Toronto.
Money Loaned on Straight Mortg��g��-
Henl Eslnte ami Insuri"106 ���
P'
Hall
E. P. WHALLEY, J
NOTARY PUBLIO.
Office with C.W. West SCO., Cor.
and Baker sts.
City OffU* oftbe ����>���� WW
fmfiott.
m ��� MBM.   ��� - NELSON DAILY MINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900
LOOAL AMD   PERSONAL
The Dominion Line steamer Vunoou-
vcr Brrfved at  Liverpool at  noon ou
Saturday the 18th.
Mr. J.   M.  Williams  yesterday re.
<wivu<i word that ore had  boon  struol!
in tbe No.   4 tunnel  of the Ohapltiaii
Miiin -t a distauco of 105 feot, thu ore
running *l)7 to the ton.
Hume : David .1.   Dyson,   Winnipeg ;
H. H. Htovens, Fort Elgin: J. Anderson, Winnipeg; Q.  K. Mickoe,Toronto;
D. W. Moore, Trail;  D.   K. Molllson,
Toronto.
Phair: W. A. Daviea, Kaalo; W. H.
Aldridge, Trail; E. D. Oartor, Wal-
lsoe, Idaho; E. H. Briiden, Helena,
Montana; Mr. and Mm. T. U. Prooter,
London,   England.
Alexander Diok, mining engineer of
Itiiasland, slopped iu (lie eily a few
hours yesterday on his way to Lardo,
where he will look after several properties iu which he is interested.
Unless they change tlie'u- plans,
Mr. Kent, manager iof the C. P. B.
telegraphs, and Mr. Wilson, superintendent for British Columbia, will
arrive in Nelaon today or tomorrow.
Re-. P. 0. Yates of New Denver,
who onme to Nelaon last Saturday to
oondnot the Masonic services, whioh
were beld in the Ohureb of England
on Sunday.will leave for his home this
morning.
A gang of men with teams and scrap
ers was put to work yesterday near the
0. P. B. Station grading for a track,
whioh will run to the wharf, tbiiB keeping that portion of tbe truffle free from
the main line.
. Mr. Thos, E. S. Binnei- of London,
one of the English directors of the G.
P. R., who arrived in the city early
yesterday morning, left for the Boundary country yesterday afternoon, in
company with Captain Troup aad Superintendent Marpole.
The new time schedule of the 0. P. B.
for the Kootenay District was received
in Nelson from Vancouver yesterday.
It is iu the form of a folder, there being on one side the time table in a condensed form while on the other side ia a
map of the Kootenay mining district,
Today an order for lumber will be
placed for the erection of a fence
around the recreation grounds and by
July 1 the property will be enclosed.
Tlie work will be done by tbe baseball club and an admission will be
charged to all of tbe games to be
played during tbe Carnival days.
Mr. Frank W. Peters, on behalf of
himself and Conductor MvKay, Captain (lore and Harry Macdoiincll, has
issued a challenge to four members of
nny profession in the city to enter
into a trap shooting contest, the losers
to provide supper for the eight, lbs.
Hall and Symonds are endeavoring to
find a four to accept the challenge.
In addition to the appearance of Mile.
Antoinette Trebelli, who will appear in
concert on Saturday night, Manager
Annable has a treat in store for the
Nelson people in the appearance of
Clara Mat lies' Company on the evening of July 2. This company is au excellent one and may be counted upon
to put on a good performance. The
play for that night will be anuouueed
later, ns the company hns a ohoice repertoire and the play has not \ et been
selected.
In announcing tho list of events nnd
prizes for the Land Sports yesterday,
The Miner inadvertently omitted to
mention a race for grocerB' clerks especially arranged for. The race will
be a hundred yard dash nnd open only
to clerks employed by Nelson grocers
Mr. F. H. Brown, tbe Maker street
jeweler, has donated a handsome silver
cup and stand for the prize, whioh is
now on display in his windows. The
event was not mentioned in the list of
events handed in, nnd thus escaped
mention.
W. J. Caldwell, of Ihe firm ol Morrison it (laldwell, and Miss Mary C.
Carey were united in mariinge at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon in the ves
try of the Roman Oatholio Cathedral,
Father Farland officiating. Miss Annie
Carey, sister of the bride, acted us
bridesmaid while J. 0. Patenaude assisted Mr. Caldwell. Only a few intimate friends were present, BDd after
the ceremouieB were performed the
happy couple retired to the home of
Mr. Caldwell, in Hume Addition,where
a delightful spread awaited them.
It has been suggested by BOine of
the business men iu Nelsou tbat instead of closing all of the stores on
Monday, July 3, tbat they be closed
on tbe afternoons of Monday and
Tuesday, July 2 and 3, remaining
open during the mornings of those
days. This wonld give all of those
who come to Nolson to do some shopping an opportunity to do so either
on Monday or Tuesday and would
give the proprietors and empoyecs
of the storeB an opportunity to witness all of the Important events
dnring the Carnival.
Mr. W. A, Galliher did not go to
Fernie as announced in The Miner
yeBterWay morning. Instead he went
to the Coast in answer to an urgent
message from John Houston. Mr.
Honston is still confident of getting
into the Cabinet and from the
t'wwt comes tlie  news  that he has
made an effort to secm-c the
endoi-siition of the Liberal organization of Nelson. Realizing bow impossible this would be, Mr. Oallilier,
president of the Nelson Liberal Association, Ihih gone to Viotoria to
aid bis chief. As the head of the
Liberals of this city Mr, Houston
believes Mr. (falllher will be of great
assistance to him in the light.
MILLIONS  GIVEN   AWAY.
It is oertninly gratifying to the
publio to know of ono otnneru in the
land who are not afraid to be Renerons
to the needy and sutrering. The proprietors of Dr. King's New Disoovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
have given away over ton million
trial bottles of this great medioino;
and have the satisfaction of knowing
it has absolutely cured thousands of
hopeless oases. Asthma, Bronohitis,
Hourse.ioNs and all diseases of the
Throat, Ghost and Lungs are surely
cured by it. Call on Oanudn Drng St
Hook Store and get a freo trial bottle.
Regular size BOo and fl, Every bottle
guaranteed, or price refunded.
MISCELLANEOUS
AdvertUemouU liworUxl under this head at
tho rate of ono ooul a word nor insertion. No
advurtlBuuiont taken for Iumh than 25 oontn.
FOB RENT.-a rooms in West Hloek.
Apply at olllee of 0. W. West St Oo.
FOR RENT.���Furnished or unfurnished rooms.���Applewnithe Hloek, Cor.
of Kootenay and  Baker streets, opposite Oddfellows' Hall.
FOR SALE.���A new (l-iuonied bouse
in oity limits, bath room, water aud
all conveniences. Cheap. Will be
satisfied with u payment down of $)l)<>
or |Uflll. Balance on easy terms. Apply
H, Miner Offloe.
WANTED.���A first-class  general  servant.   Mrs. Taylor,  comer Ward aud
Carbonate;
ALL KINDS-Of  plain   sewing  done.
Blouses aud children's clothes a specialty.    Mrs,    Ilogcn,   Opposite Opera
House,
The Great Syndicate Engliah-Anieri-
nan Shows comes to tbe west highly
praisod by the eastern preBB. They
have a large troupe of trained horses
and ponies; a monster mensgerie of
rare aud costly animals-, snpreme artists of this and foreign countries, besides a host of funny olowna to make
make you laugh. The Big Shows will
be at Nelson on June 31st.
The Nelson Fiah Market wishes to
notify its customers that, because of
tbe failure of tbe shippers to send ii.-'h
this week, it will be unable to fill
orders witb wagnu today as usual.
Our goods like our store are above
grade, our prices like the sidewalk are
away down. Climb up and get your
June diseounl. The Wallace-Miller
Co., Limited.
Fresh goods at the Wallace-Miller
Oo., Limited, still going nt ,Tuue discount sale.    Don't miss them.
First dance of the season at tbe Lake
Park Pavilion Wednesday, Jnne 2(ith.
Dancing from 8 :!I0 to 11:8(1. Admission, gentlemen 60o.   Ladies free.
The Great Syndicate English-Ameri
can Shows will bo nt Nelson June 21st,
Be sure and witness the  grand  street
parade.
Spring ohicken and all tho delioaoios
of the season served to you wIipii you
visit Florence Pnrk Hotel at Roberts'
Ranoh, two and a half roilos up tbe
river.    W. M. Roberts, proprietor.
'BLUB RIBBON TEA IB DELTOIOUS."
"A Friend in Need
Is a Friend Indeed/'
Too many people never come to
glasses.
They wait lor the glasses to come
to them.
These are the people who talk
about bad eyes in old age.
Death and glasses come to all.
Blessed are they who die young.
Blessed are they who use glasses
when needed.
When in doubt about the needful
time, or ignorant oi the proper kind,
come our way.
Patenaude Bros
NELSON   B.C.
H. & M. BIRD
Agents for Eureka Mineral Wool and
Asbestos Co-
Real  Estate.   Pire  Insurance.
Private Punds to Loan.
FOR SALE.
Lots 1 and 0, Block 44F, coruer ol
Observatory and Hall Streets.
Lots 1 to K, Blook 60, Comer of
Hoover and Hendryx Streets.
Two good building Lots, upper side
of Mill Street, next to oorner of Cedar.
Two roomed bouse on Robaon Street
oheap, 8600 oash and $800. Easy terms
Mr.Moiley'sresidence across the lake.
Six roomed House and two Oorner
Lots on Ward Street.   Rented at |25.
Bight roomed Houso standing on 100
foot oorner on Stanley Street. All
modern improvements inoluding fur-
nans.
IFYOU SMOKE
Smoke Our Cigars
Tbey are made in your midst, oi
the finest. Havana Tobacco.
Where good Cigars are sold
they can be bought.
The Royal Seal and Kootenay
Belle.
Union made.
Kootenay Cigar
. Mfg. Co.
NELSON,     -     -     B. C.
whore yo
nranrlr! In
100. up,
NELSON WINE CO.,
ou can dopond on Rotting the best
ths market and any quantity from
1'riciiH cannot bo dlsputod,
'PHONE M.
Frank A. Tamblyk, Mgr.,
Baker Stkebt,
Nklkon
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Railway Company.
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service.
Departure   and   Arrival   Time   of
Trains  and  Steamers.
Depart from                           Arrive at
Nelson                                 Nelson
Steamer    arrives  at Nelson
from the east, Crow's Neat
brunch    and   intermediate
points 2.3(1
7.10 Train leaves Nelson for Rosb-
land      and     intermediate
points, and via Rohson for
north, Revelstoke,the main
* line and Pacific coast points.
7.30 Train leaves Nelson for Sandon and intermediate points
and via Slocan Lake route
lor north, Revelatoke, the
main line and Pacilio coast
poiuts.
Train arrives at Nelson from
Rosslnud  and intermediate
points ltillC
Steamer arrives at Nelson
from Kaslo and intermediate points 11 "ii
IB. 80 Trains leaves Nelaon for
Rossland and intermediate
points.
10.00 Steamer leaves Nelson for
Kaslo nnd way points.
Train arrives at Nelson from
Rossland and Greenwood
and intermediate points,
and from Revelstoke, the
main line, aud Paoiflo coast
points lB.tii
Train artives in NoIhou from
bandon nud intermediate
points,and from Revelstoke,
thu main line and the Pacific const points 19,30
22.30 Steamer leaves NelBon for
Crows Nest brnnch and all
points cant.
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v
Nelson A Fort
Sheppard R'v
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson v ith steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at  Meyer's   Falls  witii
stage daily for Republic,   and  connects at Bossburg with stage  daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
L-aVB, Day Train. AitmvK.
10.35 a.m Spokane 7 :1(�� p.m.
12:05 p. m Rossland  5:80 p.m.
II :30 a, m Nelson H:(X) p.m.
Night Train.
9:45 p.m Spokane 7 :05 a in;
11:00 p.m Rossland .6-0 a.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Waal
G. K. TAOKABURY,
Agent, Nelson, B.O
ALEX- STEWART
Room  3,  Turner-Boeckh  Block, Nelson.
Noury Public, Real Estate, Insurance
Mines, Loam,
$2,000 will buy lot with furnished
house rented for fcH> per month, and
Htable rented for $10 per mouth. Very
oentrol location.
LOT8 FOR SALE
8200 cash, lot on Oarbonate Street.
82,000 will purchase I bits and residence, Hume Addition.
81,2(X) will purchase lot on Raker St.
A nioe cottage and large lot Five Mile
Point.
Ranch at Pilot Bay, 00  acres  culti-
4850 house and lot on Robson  Street.
84000 will buy Oorner on Baker
Street.   Easy terms.
84000 will buy Corner on Vernon
Street. .   ,
|250 each will buy 5 nioe residence
lots on Oarbonate Street.
$20 a month will rent an 8 rjomed
house.   A snap. ._.������_,
For Sale.���-1,<)00 shares of Big Horn
stock at 5 cents per share.	
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Dry Goods
Millinery
IS   NOW   IN   FULL  SWING.
and
GRUGIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch diam. $13.60per 100 feet. For
immediate delivery in Nelson
apply.
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Are Your Feet Right?
Are Ihey dressed in the latest
style ? If not, call and see our
stylish footwear at popular
prices.
Our  Ladies'   Patent Leather ��_m
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Shoes are just right.
LILLIE BROS.
The 8boeists ^ ���
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
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Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, N'elson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slooan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
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and a
Wc have them.
Leonard Refrigerator
Peerless   Ice    Cream
Freezer.
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Vancouver Hardware Co., u<i
Mara Block, Nelson-
HAMMOCKS
���  PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware Go.
Nelson,  B. C.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
<npltal  l*tti<l-iip,     ,    .    .     Wi,firc,(<i.o.oo  I   Ite-l, ���I.IM.M*.*
Hoard  .11   IHrrrtornt   ThpltUU K. Konny,   President;   Thoman Ritchie, Vloe-Prealdenl.
Wiley Hniith, II. U. Hnuld. Hon. II. II. Fuller, M.L.C.. Hon. Havld MacKoon.
Head ��Hire, HttlirM_:
Ooncnil Manaffcr, Bd-00 Ij. I'eaws, Montreal.
f-iipurintcmleiif of I i ranch oh. nnd Secretary, \V, H. Torrance, Halifax.
Lnipoetor, \v. K. Brook, Hniifnx.
Inspector I). M. Htcwart, Montreal
.tranche* I
Nova Keolla- llulifrix Hranch, AntlKonlHli, Hriiltcewaler. (Juynboro. 1/mdotxlrrry, Lunenburg.
Mai Lln ml (Hnr.t* Vo.\, I'lcUm, Port HawkoHbury, Hydney. Hnubennradie, Truro, Weymouth
%��'�� llritn��t*l.t. r..iihm 1, li<in-!ii'-.iiT. Krnl.���ij.-Hm. KiiiKMon (Kent lo.i, MumMon, Now
niMlr, Suokvillc. Woisl iu< k. P. K. Inlandi-C liarlotU'town, Humiiiendde. Qii.hrr Montroal
(City OffUw), Montreal. Went Kud (Cor. Nolro Dame and HelKnturM HtreeU); WetOmounL [Vor.
(in 1 no Avenue and HI. CuthnrineH Btrect. Oainrl- Ottawa. Nrwf��aa��llaa4-HL John'it.
Cuba. Wrnl liiilleH-Havuna. Hailed Htaleii-New York (Ml Kxrhanite I luce p lie public* Wawh
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo. Nelson. Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
CorrmpandeaUi
rniimlii M' r. ii.i i.' Bank of Canada. BmIm-National Hhawmut Hank, ffclrag* - America
Nnllonal Hunk- Han Franrluro��� Pint National Hank. Laadaa, Ka(. - Hank of Scotland.
PnrlH, Irmir.' Credit LvonnaiH. Itrrmuda Hunk of Henmidii. i hlaa Bad Japaa lloiig
Komk and SbunKlnil HnnkfiiK ('oritornMon.
(leneral Banking; Buslnesi Transacted; Sterllag Bills of Kkchange   ttourht
and Sold, Letters of  Credit. Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposit* and on Saving Hank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager:
Baker Strebt, Nklson,
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
s] NELSON DAILY MINER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE  ao, igoo-
BRIEF LOCALS.
Again the water in the lake lias
started to rise and lias come up
over three inches during the last
24 hours.
The Spokesmen-Keview yesterduy
���ays: "Marriage licenses were issued
yesterday to Thomas J. Mackenzie of
Nelson, B. ft, und Katie M. Ott of
Seattle."
It has been brought to the attention
of the Oity Council that u large number
of crooks aud gamblers are following
the circus that opens here tomorrow. It
seems that in other towns where the cii-
ous has showed tbey have been the
source ot a great deal of trouble anil annoyance to the oil izens uud police. The
Council will Hike steps to prevent i'-iy-
tliing of tbe sort oceurrir',' here niul
have instructed the polioe to prevent
auy gambling orfake from evou getting
a start in business.   At tho same time it
is well to wurii the publio to steer clear
of the light-lingered gentry who endeavor to rope in tbe unsuspecting. And
a timely warning ns to pickpockets will
not be out of place at tho same time.
Nelson is becoming quite metropolitan. She has had the blind man aud
the boy singer for soveral days and
yesterday there came the young
woman with tho crutoh and the tale of
woe in poetry. Tha latest importation bears the ear marks of the professional. She speaks her lines very
well aud usually disposes of one of the
printed tales of woe for two bits or
more. She carries a ci.itch. but iu
moments of forgetfulness fails to use
it. Several times yeBterday she overlooked the crotch and in this manner
lost aome good subscriptions.
Nelson Lodge, No. 35, Knights of
Pythias, held its semi-annual election
of officers last evening. They are as
follows: Chancellor Commander, F.
J. Bradley; Vice Chancellor, II. M,
Vincent; Prelate, K. E. Thompson:
Master of Work, L. Scott: Keeper of
Records and Seal, J. Paquette; Master
of Exchequer. J. 11. Vanstoiic ; Master
of Finance, F. G. Nelson; Master ut
Arms, \V. M. Laoey. From the report of the officers it was shown that
the Lodge was in good financial
condition and that nearly 25 members
hud been taken in during the past
term.
The following transactions occurred
at the Mining Recorder's office yesterday: Transfers: From Frank Grantham to W. F. Edgar, a, quarter Interest
in the Mammoth Copperopolis, for- a
nominal consideration; from Tlie Marguerite Gold Mining and Smelting
Company to William B. Townseud of
Rossland, an entire interest in Lucky-
Bill, Diamond Hill, Blue Biid, Hunkers
Panic, for a nominal consideration!
troni A. H. Fischer to 0. H. Crandun,
an eighth interest of Manila for a nominal consideration. Certificates of
Work: Duprise, Edward Thiford; Gold-
fields, Red Point, M. Yaidif; Golden
Treasure, Ocean Wave, William dimming; Evelyn, Edun, Lntch, Rising
Sun, Alfred McMlllinn; Blue Stone,
Pierre Dionne; Santioga, Colville,
Sparrow, Frank Carabin; Nellie Muck,
Basin, James Spellinan. Locations:
Little Lucky, on Copper Creek, by R.
Campbell Johnson; Crystal, on Morning Mountain, by Michael Egun.
Magistrate Crease held a session of
the Small Debts Court yesterday morn
ing at the Court House. There wero four
cases and all were quickly disposed of.
The first was that of Brackiuan Ss
Ker Milling Company vs. W. S. Cob-
tello, in which the latter was charged
with not paving a bill for feed supplies. Tbe case was adjourned until
Friday. The next was that of Charles
II. Leicester vs. T. W. Gray. The
former accused Gray of not paying
him his wages but as he could not
substantiate bis claim the case resulted in a non-suit. The case of A.
Farland vs. K. F. Perry of Five Mile
Point, iu which Farland asserted that
Perry bad not paid a bill for goods
supplied, resulted ill a Judgment of
120.80 aud costs for the plaintiff,
C. W. West Ss Co. sued William Lawr
for a bill for building supplies.
Judgment was given against the defendant   for   amount    of   Hie   bill aud
costs in all amounting to 8��i0.:i"i.
T. G. Procter's new house-boat is
now completed, furnished and ready
for use. Mr. and Mrs. Procter will
go aboard in tbe next few days nnd
occupy her for the summer months.
The craft is r,r, feet long and 20 feet
wide. The house part is roomy and
well arranged for comfort, having a
saloon forward lo be used as a sitting
room; dining room; a smoking room,
twu bed r.Kims, bath room and
kitchen. The saloon is finished in
oak with easy chairs and tables to
match. In the smoking room the
wood work is mahogany and the tapestry hangings are chosen to match
the fittings. In the state-rooms arc
brass beds and oak dressers, corresponding with tbe interior. No pains
have been spared to make the interior
snug and Comfortable and Mr. Procter
and bis guests will no doubt enjoy
many pleasant jaunts aboard. Awnings are pluceil at the forward and
after ends and a rail runs around the
sides. The roof of the house is finished In deck fashion and protected
ty ��u awning and will  I* used as n
lounging  deck.    Altogether   the   boat
presents a most attractive appearance
and will doubtless lead to tbe const nut ion of other crafts of n similar
nature.
G-REAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
NONE BETTER.
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.
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALAOE DINING AND OBSERVATION
OARS-MEALS a la 0 ARTE.
Close COSneotlon Hast and Westbound at Spokane with I rains of the
trains of tin- Spokane Falls und Northern Hallway,
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
ami all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:45 p.m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
llieiiiugiiiliceulsteamsliips North West
and North-Land oftheNortbero Steamship Oompany Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Kail-
way.
For further information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Kails St Northern Hy., Kaslo & Slocan
Ky., Kootenai Railway _ Navigation
Co., or to
F. I WHITNEY.   11. A. JACKSON,
tieul  l'ass. & Tkl. Agt.    Com'cl Agt.
Ht. Paul, Min       Spokane. Wash
E. J.SCOVIL
MIMVt llttOUKH.       NOTAttY |-| Kill .
Wlnderniore Minos,   Corresp ��� enoo Solicited
WINDERMERE. _. 0.
FOR    SALE.
St.LeonMineralSprings
Property.
The property on Upper Arrow Lake
known ns tho St. Leon Mineral Springs
property consisting of about ilt aoros
of land with hotel bnildings and valuable Mineial Springs, uud a large tract
of standing timbor,_may be purchased
on reasonable terms. Absolute title
and possession can bo given ut once.
Full particulars will be mailed on application to
GEO. S. MoOARTER.
Vendor's Solicitor, Revelstoke.
Great West
Life Assurance Co.
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
HOTEL  ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
Nelson's Newest Hostelry. Complete in every respect,
It has just been opened and the
public is invited to visit it,
RATES
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day $1.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Prop-
PYLE'S    PEARLINE
Large Size
15  CENTS
lor Sale By
Western Mercantile Co. Ltd
THE PAVILION
At 5-Mile Point
The beat Summer Hotel on Kootenay
Lake. Always cool and shady, with
beautiful walks and splendid scenery.
One ol the best spots for lishing ou the
lake.    First-class table and bur.   Best
of attention.
H. P. PERRY, Manager.
r. i'. GHKI v F. s, < i.i:ui.ms
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil   Engineers   and Provincial
Land Surveyors.
P. O. Box 1 -. Nelson.RC
LODGE MEETINGS.
A
NKLSON- LODGE, No. '..J, A. F. & A
M. iiiuoL: Hocoml YVcrinuriany in cneli
month.   Visiting .irolhtsrn WOlootQO.
I. O. O.   F.     Kootenay Lodgo
No. Hi, meets every Monday night)
at   thuir  H ill,  Kootenay htrout
SojourninK Odd Fellow* cordially Invited.
John Boole?, N. O.   John A, MoR&C, V. G.
J>. w. Rutherford, Boo
Nelson Kiiciimpiiient Nu. i. Meets evory 2nd
and tth Friday of -ftOh month, in Odd l-'ellown'
Hull, coiner Baker nnd KoOtooay Htreetf
Nelson. A. II. ClemotlU, C. P.| 1��. MoArLhu.,
K. H.   Visiting hrntherH always welcome.
COUKT KOOTENAY,   I. O.  F., No.   818k'
Meeting-  ii.li Thursday of month.  Fraternal
hall, J A pytyj C. It.    I\ It. Fldll'ng. H. B,
NISI 'ON UHiGK No. 2ft, K. ofP
-.meet- in K. of 1\ hall, Oddfellows hloek
��tiU!\m / Tuesday uvuhIiik al 8 o'clock
JijAII visiting knight* cordially invited
I    ECOTT U. C.
O, Joy, I-.Gf K.andS.
NKUSON L.O.L. No, 1B03 meets in the Mac
Donald hloek every Thursdoy evening at 8
o'clock. Visiting members cordially invited
It. Robinson. W. M.: M. Crawford. It. S.
CHURCH DIRECTORY,
H. ftAVIoiJit'H [K.NULtsill OilCKCH- Corner
Ward and Hiliea KU. Sunday!! Holy Communion 8 a. m.; ami on the ltd, andilrdSnndayH
in thu month after Mattins; Mnltin* at 11 a.m.;
shnidny School 2,80 p.m ; KvensODg 7.110. Daily;
Mattins at 0.80 a. in. Thursdays and Saint'*
IMyKi Holy Coinimuiion 10 a. tu. Friday**:
Bvensong7.80 p. m��� followed by choir practice. II. B. Akehurst, Rector. Fred Irvine,
Geo, Johnstone, Warden**.
Catholic  CHURCH���Comer Ward and Mill
streets Mass every Kunday al 8and 10.00 a.m
Benediction at7.e0p,m.   Mass evory weekday
at T.-dii.m.   Kev.   Father   Korlmul lleeior.
Phkhhytkkian CHURCH���HorviooHat 11 a.m.
and 7.80 p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at a n.m.;
ChrtHtian Kndeavor Society meeU evory Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, itov. it, Frew*
Pastor.
MK.THOU1ST   Church���Corner silica  and
Josephine Streets,   Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
ft, m. ; Sabbath School, 2.80 p.m.! Prayer meet-
n^ on Friday evoning at 8 o'clock: Kpwnrlh
League0, K., Tuesday at 8 a.m. Kev. John
Kobson. Pastor.
Salvation Akmy���Hervic n ovory avoning
at Ho'eloch in burrr �����>��� on V olorl street
Adiudanl Bdgeoombe in charee.
Baptist Ohuhoh ��� servicce morning and
ovenlnKatll a.m.and 7.30 p.m.; Prayor meet.
Ing TSursday evening at 8 p.m. iho B. Y
P.U. Tucwlav ovonlng at 8 o'clock. Btrangcrs
cordially wolopmod. hov. G, J, CoulU>r Wuito,
Pastor.
MEN   WANTED!
liKH) Men Wanted to Unload OurranV
Big Schooners
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FRESH
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CLUB HOTEL.
The only good Beer in Nelson.
MEN   WANTED.
Wanieil. -.'"Un rock men nnd general
hands for work on White Pass &
Yukon Railway. Wanes $11.Ill) per day.
Hoard $1 per day. Work every day.
Pay monthly in oash. Fare from Vancouver $2(1 with 85 rebate after working 3d days. Apply to M. J. Htnny,
contractor, 89, Inns of Court or A. C.
Ross. 425 Ooidova Street, Vanoouver
or on the work.
ARTHUR GEE,
Merchant Tailor,
REMOVED  TO
Baker  Street,
Opposite the Queen's.
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO & 8I.OUAN RAILWAY.
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TKAD. CO.
Hchodulo of Tinio.       1'aclOc Standard Time
KffttOtiV- February Let, 10WI
KASLO & BLOOAN RY,
PaNHonctor train for Sandon and wayHtationa
loavoH   K-i In  at 8 a. in,, dally.    HolurniiiK,
leaven Sandon al 1.15 p.in��� arriving at Kaxlo
at 3.55 p.m.
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. & TKAD. CO,
Operating on Kootenay Lake and Hlvor.
Str. "International" leavoH Kaslo for NoIhoii
at (1 a. in, daily except. Sunday. KoturninK,
loaven NoIhoii at ti.lOp.m,, calling at llalfour,
Pilot Hay, A in .-wo-1 h and all way poinU. Con-
neeU with S. F. 8c N. train to ana from Spokane at Five Mile Point.
__ARDO*DUNCAN DIVISION.
Str. "Albirti" leaven' Ka&lo for Lardo and
Armenia nt H:.t0p m WediU'wlnyH
Steamer** call at principal landlneH ln both
direction**, and at other poinlH whon Hlgnallcd
TleketH *old to all poinU* iu Canada and the
United Statm
To BHcertaln rat��s and full Information ad-
droH_ 1
ROUKItT IUV1NO.
^'anatfnr. Kaslo. R.C.
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
NKI.HON   II. ('.
A Boarding and Day Bohool conducted by
the Blatora of St. Joseph of Peace. IUhhIUi-
iilt-dat the corner Of Mill and JoxephlnoHlrocta,
in one of the best rcHidcntial portion?* of Ncl-
Hon, and iH easily aoOOfinblO from all partx
of the city.
Tho coui*ho of "tudy lueludet* the fundamental and iih'lit i brancne**of a thorough Knglinh
education,     n ��� ������    eour>*e��� Bookkeeping,
Stonouraphy and Typewriting, Sclnneo eourHo
���Muhic, Vocal and InHtrumcntal; Drawing,
etc.���Plain and Art Needlework; ('alirdhciii.*,
et*'.
For loniiH an1 uarUctilaru apply
HuporUw.
REMEMBER
..OUR..
Big Soring and Summer
..Special Sale..
BEGINS
TODAY
CUTS   IN   PRICES   EVERYWHERE.   YOU CAN'T
AFFORD   TO   MISS   THE   BARGAINS  WE
ARE OFFERING.   COME EARLY.
Irvine & Co.
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NELSON DM HODSE
Saturday, June 23.
The World-Renowned
..TREBELLI..
WILL  GIVE  A
CONCERT
ASSISTED  BY
Mr. MiliI BERNSTEIN
The well-known Pianist.
List is now open at Art
and Music Co., 180 Baker
Street; and seats will be on
sale at usual place on Thursday at io o'clock for subscribers only, and for the public
on Friday and Saturday.
Admission 75c and  $1.00.
COAL!   COAL!
Great Reduction!
iSmSSi% $9.65 Per Ton
OBOS8_j,NK8T $6.15 Per Ton
DELIVERED.
C.W.WEST&C0.
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When'prices are cut, O'Reilly's prices are cut the deepest.
Today we will cut the price of  10-cent white  Hemstitched   Handkerchief:
Six for 25 Cents
We will cut the price of 12^-cent Fancy Dress Muslin to
5 Cents per Yard
And with White  Piques, Faacy Stripes and Spots, we will cut the price from
15 cents to 9 cents a yard, or thl'ee yards for 25 cents.
Bargains all over the store.    Everything stands a cut.
I Martin O'Reilly & Co.
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Two   first-class    HOTEL
SITES  nt>ar proposed
new railway station.
Business and Residential Lots
in all parts of the original Townsite.
FRANK FLET0flER,P.L.S.
Land Agent.
Next Bank of Montreal.
Notice is hereby given that an extraordinary meeting ot tho shareholders of the Ohnoude Water Power St
Light Oompany, Limited, will he held
at the offices of tho London & British
Colombia Goldfields, Limited, Baker
Street, Oity ol Nelson, British
Colombia, ou Wednesday the fith day
of .Inly at It o'clock in  tho   afternoon.
Tlm business to be entered npon at
the said meeting is as follows:
(a) Kor the purpose of considering
tbo giving of a turther mortgage of
<''.: 11 h>. to be ohargod npon all the
assets and property, both real nud personal of tho company of whatsoever
mil urn or kind and upon ull tho iu
come aud also upon the undertaking
of the Company generally, and if do
cidod npou, to antbrri/.e rhe execution
of the said mortgage tn secnte the sard
sum of ��8,800, with interest at (I per
cent.
(h) To oonsider and accept, should
it be su decided, the resignations of
tbe directors of the oompany.
(c) And, in the event nf the accept
auce of snob resignations, to eleot
directors in the place of such retiring.
Dated at Nelson, B. C.this Kith day
of June. 1IKI0.
H. ALERS HANKEY.
Seoretary.
Place Your
Orders for
WE MAKE A SPECIAL FEATURE
OF  DECOKATIVE SKIN PAINTING
DOMINION   DAY  SIGN  PAINTING
Streamers, Banners,
Signs and Mottoes
When turned out bv our artist are works of art. They will add I'
appearanoe of your display, Poor work will detract from ii. We "ill ��
yon in determining what you want,   tllve us plenty of time by placing your
, (lie
ssist
SILVEB KINO MIKE
Will pay the highest oush price for all
kinds of second hand goods. Will bny
or sell anything from an anchor to n
needle. Furniture, stoves, oarperts,
cooking utensils, bought in household
qnantities. Also oast off clothing.
Call and see me or write. Address
Bilver King Mike, Box 800. Hall
Street, Nelson, B, O.
orders at once.
F.   J.   BRADLEY
Comer Josephine and Victoria Streets.
&   CO.
Nelson. British Columbia
STORAGE.
ble
Storage space to rent;   good, clean and cool;  at reasona
rates.    Apply to
TheNelson ElectricTramway Co.Lid
Room 9 Macdonald Block.
Canada Permanent and West
em Canada Mortgage
Corporation-
HEAD OFFIOE TORONTO. ONT.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to G. U LENNOX, Baker St.,
Nelsou.
S. TYTLER
Housto__Block,      -      ��� ��els0��'
Agent for Phoenix Insurance 0o.
of Brooklyn, N. Y.
For Sale or Lease���Large building
on Vernon Street, suitable   for  ware
house, factory or large boarding House.
Several good houses for reut.
Choice lots for sale.

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