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D;iiiy Edition No. 707.
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:>t'h0      Nelson, British Columbia, Saturday, April 21, 1900.
Tenth Year
FLOODS
High Water In Quebec carries
Away Bridges. -Impedes
Traffic.
Serious Bush-Fires are Raging in  the  Prairie
Province.
Mclnnes. M. P.. Leaves Ottawa to Enter Provincial
Politics.
(SPECIALS TO THK MINER.)
Quebec, Que., April 20.��� Recent
mina and warm weather have caused
floods on all the rivers in this distriot.
Chandlers Hiver has risen fonr feet
higher than its previous highest mark.
The iron bridge of the Drominoud
Railway Oo., at Ohandiene, has moved six mohes on its pillars, while tlio
old wooden bridge at Saint Eomould
bas beeu carried away.
The (juebou Central bridge, nt St.
Anseline, is also gone and no trains
uro moving on the Qnebeo Central.
Winnipeg, Man., April 20.���Very
serious trash fires are iaging along
tbe Minnesota boundary, near the terminus of the Manitoba and South
Western By. There are very valuable
timber lands in the vioimtv and aov-
.���iul railway camps in the track of tho
fire. There are fours that several men
bave perished.
Telegraphic communication is cutoff
and a speoial train left this city tc-
uigbt.
i'niit. Dnoharme. of the Winnipeg
Field Battery, has beon ordered to report for dnty with "0" Battery at
Kingston.
Ottawa, April 20.���W. B. Mclnnes,
M. P., left here for the Paoiflo Coast
tonight. It his intention to resign his
-.���ul in tbe Dominion Honse and to en
ter Provincial politics. Neodless to
say he will support Martin, So far
Mi'lniii's has not resigned his seat in
the House of Commons.
Montreal, April 20 ���Judge Davidson
this morning rendered judgment in
the oase of Montreal vs. the Montreal
Street Railway in whioh the plaintiffs claimed $21,050.47 as balanco due
by the defendants for a percentage of
gross earnings for the years ending
August 1893, 1894 and 1895, in accordance with the terms of the oontraot.
The defendants olaimed that the city
is not entitled to a percentage nf the
gross earnings becanse they inoludod
earnings made outside the oity. The
oasu was iliHiiiiHHii.l with costs against
the oity.
Montreal, April 20.���A Grand Rapids, Miohigan, despatch says a nest of
smallpox oases waa found on Knapp
Avenue, just north of the oily limits
yesterday. The health authorities
found ten or twelve onsos, mostly children. The schools in tho vioinity have
been ordered closed and the entire
neighborhood is now quarantined by
guards.
missing ten thousand dollars can be
recovered, in expectation that his sentence will be made lighter.
Toronto, Ont, April 20.-The name
of Rov. J.E.Stnrr.a well known Methodist minister, who at one time was a
member of the British Columbia conference, and who is now stationed at
Stnnsland,Qne.,is nun tinned as a likely successor to Rev. Morgan Wood, in
theBond Street Congregational Church,
this city.
Ottawa, April 20.���Dr. Clarenoe R.
Chnrch, 55 years of age, who was at
the head of his profession in this oity,
where he has praotioed sinoe 1878, died
this morning after several weeks ill-
ness. The deoeasod was a graduate of
Upper Canada. He gradnated as M.D.,
from McGill College. In Ottawa he
was oue of the founders of St. Lake's
Hospital. He was a Free Mason of
high degree, being a member of the
Scottish Rito. Iu politios he was a
Conservative and in religion an Angli-
oan. He leaves a widow and a large
family to mourn his death.
Ottawa, April 20. ���Applications to
attbiid the examination for entrance to
the Royal Military College, to be held
at the headquarters of military districts, commencing May 15th, in order to be in time mnst reach the headquarters not later than Monday, the
ilOth inst.
Ottawa, Ont., April 20.-Capr. W.
M. Jones, of Opemican Lake, Teinis-
oamingne, is m leceiptof a letter fr'm
Colonel Kekewioh, commanding at
Kimberley dnriug the Biege. Capt.
Jones made the colonel's aoqunintanoe
while nn the Nile, during the Egyptian campaign lortheielief of Gordon.
Au extract from Colonel Kekewioh's
letter reads as follows- "How well
Canada has done for us. I had a dear
little chap with me, Mclnnes of the
Royal Engineers. A Canadian and
qoit.o tho-best of the best. He worked
mil all -the defence works of Kimberley
and was the only staff officer during
most of tho.seige. Wherever he went
he inspired confidence. I can nev ir
forget how much I owe him. The
Canadians hnve been doing grandly
everywhere nnd I expect we shall hear
more of then? before the war is over."
The Colonel bad been on tbe siok
list for awhile, bnt was returnng to
the front when tho letter was written,
Mnrch 18th, and he expressed a hope
of boing iu the forward movement
when it took plaoe.
Toronto, April 20.-F. A. Carrell,
chief clerk of the Ontario Treasury
Department, who has beeu iu ill
health for several weeks, committed
suioide by hanging at tbe home of his
son this aftemoou.
Kingston, Ont., April 20.-Rev. W.
H. Sni viliu. a superannuated Anglican
oleryman, died tbis morning at the
home of bis dangthor, Mrs. Perley, of
Ottawn. Ho was 85 years of age and
for many years a resident of Ontario.
Princeton, Out, April 20.���Attempt
was made here in three plaoes to
wreck the midnight express train by
placing ties, Btones nnd rails on the
track. Bnt the plan was frnstrated by
a freight train rnuning into tbe ob
struotion.    No one was injured.
Montreal, April 20.���No trace of tbo
missing oleik of the City and Distriot
Savings Bank, of this oity, who, it
was alleged, a fow weoks ago was
short in bis obbIi, has not yet been
fuund. It is feared that the absoondor
has committed Buicide by drowning.
Halifnx. N. S., April 20.-Capt.
Agar Adams, of the Governor-General's Foot Guards, who had been not-
ing lieutenant in tbe garrison regiment bore, left this eveniug for Ottawa, having nocepted a commission in
Strathcona's Horse. Hi will command
a draft of fifty who wfll leave April
26th for South Afrioa.
CENSOR
Dearth of War News Owing
to a Very Rigid Censorship.
Generals Rundle and Gherm-
side are Active in the
Free State.
Her Majesty Has Bestowed
Another    Victoria
Gross.
(SPECIALS TO THE MINER.)
London, April 20.���The reports of
tbe fighting at Laree Siding, six miles
north of Glen, ooutaiued in tbe speo'al
dispatches from Boemfutein may be
the lirst nows of the progress of the
British advance on Pretoria.
But even this was only an unimportant skirmish. There are many other
indications'that Lord Roberts is either
starting or ! 'i-'already started for tbe
northern goal.
A dispatoh from Cape Town nnder
today's date says : ..
"The censorship ��� restrictions have
been greatly increased owing to the
movement of tbe troops."
All the dispatches bear tiacos of the
strenuous efforts of the correspondents
to givA their papers an inkling of what
is afoot.
Tbe Boers, sonth of Bloemfontein,
are reported to be retreating. Large
commands were seen April 19, near
Thaba N'ohn moving to the north.
The progress was alow, owing to the
terrible condition of the uounrty.
London, April 20.���The Gazette announces tbat the Queen has conferred
the Viotoria Cross on Major William
Rutin, of the Array Medioal Corps, for
conspicuous, bravery at the battle of
Colenso. Major Batie went in the faoe
of a heavy rifle Are after a wounded
general, during tbe fighting December
15lb, and later in the day, assisted in
bringing in Lieutenant Roberts, son of
Lnrd Roberts, who lost bis life while
attempting to rescue tbe gnns, for
whioh, after his death, he waa awarded tbe Victoria Oross. The latter feat
of Major Batie, was also accomplished
undor a severe fuiilade.
London, April 20.���A speoial despatch from Bloemfontein, nnder yesterday's date, says:
"Firing ia reported to be in progress
south of Karee Siding, six miles sonth
of Glen. The strength of the Boers is
not known. Tbe British infantry,
supported by artillery, hold a strong
position on a large dam.
Toronto, April 20.-Gcorgo McC.
WilBon, paying teller of the Merchants
Bank of Canada, this oity, under
nirest charged with having appropriated ten thousand dollars of tho bnnk's
funds, had a salary of twelve
hundred dollars per annum, and, it is
"tated.did uot live beyond that amount.
Wilson says iu a most positive manner
'hut tie does not know what became
Or the ten thousand dollars. Doteitives
assert that the acouBed has beon borrowing money of late from noto shavers at a high rate of interest. Wilson
"Ppeared at the police court this
morning bnt was remanded for a
week. The Crown authorities are
hopeful  he will   divolgo   where   the
Winnipeg, Man., April 20.���In the
new assembly yesterday Premier Haul-
taiu called attention to an attaok upon
him in tbe Kegina Standard whioh
obargos that he diliberately cookod tbe
Government accounts. It was dne, be
said, to himFOlf, the House and the
oountry that tho matter shonld be thoroughly enquired into, and be therefore
asked the Houso to u 'led. a speoial
committee with fnll powers,
R. B. Bennott questioned the jurisdiction of the Houso In the matter.
It Mr. Hanltain felt himBelf nggrieved
ho oould go to the ooorts of law instead of appealing to tbo proper tri
banal. He would oppose the motion
nnd divide the House. The motion was
agreed to by 211 to 8, and the committee appointed on the motion of Dr. Patrick.
Cate Town, April 30.���-At the meeting of tbe Volksraad, of the Orange
Free State, at Kioonstadt, today President Steyn denounced Roberts' proclamation aa treaonery, and deolared that
as Great Britain's objeot was their
destruction their last hope was to appeal to tho powers to intei vune.
Pretoria, April 20.���Mijor-General
Schalkbnrger has been gazetted Vice
President, in succession to the late
General Joubert, and General Louis
Botha has been gazetted aoting com
mandant, succeeding General Jonbert
ln command of tbe Transvaal foroes.
Montreal, Apiil 20.���Mr. Hirsoh,
president of tho Canadian Cigar Mann
faotarers' Association, has resigned.
to receive all the information the Government, could give.
"The Government is told," said Mr.
Long, "that having published the despatches it is bound to deal immediately with the generals affected, bnt in
following such a oourse, the Government might have to dismiss etery
general tbe moment he made a mistake. Hid such a polioy been pursued
in the past, many glorious deeds wonld
not have been performed. The Government used its discretion in publishing
the despatches. From the beginning of
the campaign, Her Majesty's Ministers bave not swerved from the rule of
leaving the conduct of operations to
the disoretio.i and judgment of the
Commander-in-Chief. General White,
if not required in South Afrioa, will
beoome the Governor of Gibraltar
towatd the end of May.
London, April 21.���The Times publishes the following despatch from
Jammerabarg, dated Thursday, April
19th:
"The investment of the British position on the east and sonth has been
relaxed. A majority of tbe enemy are
supposed to have left for the purpose
of intercepting the relief column, leaving one gun and about 1/000 men on
the west to prevent our co-operations.
Our casnalties are about 150. No sound
of the relief colnmu has yet been
heard."
London, April 21.���The Ladysmith
correspondent of the Standard says:
"There ia good reason to believe
that the Boer raids are intended to
oover the enemy's withdrawal from
Natal, in order to help tbe Boers in
opposing the advance of Lord Roberta"
London, April 21.���The Bloemfontein correspondent of the Daily Telegraph, telegraphing Friday, says:
"The weather is now fine. The
enemy still holds tbe waterworks aud
onr scouts report tbat the Boers have a
line of outposts and small commandoes
16 milej east of Bloemiontein from the
Modder River to the Kaffir River."
London, April 20.���Tbe Bloemfontein correspondent of tbe Times, telegraphing Friday, says:
'Major General Piettymau has been
appointed military governor of tbe
whole territory wbioh hitherto belonged to the Free State. This extension
of onr authority has beoome neoessary
to preserve law and order. The arroats
of suspected Free Staters continue. "
Maseru, Basutnlnnd, April 19.���The
Boera continue to move freely mound
Wapener, going in all directions from
whioh the relief columns are expeoted.
Desultory cannon firiug and sniping
bave been going ou all day with
soarcely any reply from Colonel Dal-
getty's foioe. Our casnalties up to date
are believed to have beon 25 killed and
110 wonnded.
MARTIN
Aliwal North, April 20.���Capt. Little, of Brabant's Horse, Lieutenant
Halbeck and Mr. Milner, a Renter correspondent, fell into tbe hands of tbe
euemy,while tbey were trying to reach
Wepener a week ago. Everything was
taken from the prisoners, wbo were
sent to Pretoria Their native servants, who esoaped from the Boer
laager near Wepener, state thnt there
were four guns disabled and thnt the
Boers had lost 100 in killed alone. It
is also ascertained that the Boers made
a night attack on April 11th, bnt were
discoverod while creeping along a deep
ditob, by tbe Cape Mounted Rifles
witb Maxims, who Hied into tbem at a
distance of 200 yards with the result
tbat the Boers lost live wagon loads of
killed and wounded. A simultaneous
attaok in other quarters was repulsed
by the British who used their bayonets. Tbe Boers still surround Wepener
but there  has been little firing lately.
(BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.)
London, April 20,���4:30 a. m.���General ('herinside and General Bundle are
moving over the sodden roads. They
bold the railway and tbe southern
fiontier of tbe Free State witb 8),000
men. How many are going with the
generals who will engage the Boera at
Wepeuer is not mentioned ln the last
despatch, from Oorlogapoort, where
the British bivouacked Wednesday
night.   The field telegraph ends tbere.
On Thuisduy the Boors still had
Colonel Dalgetty closely penned.
Tbo Government's reason for publishing Lord Roberts' Spion Kop despatches was ex lained last evening at
Hnll, by Mr. Walter Hnme-Long,
President of tho Board of Agi ioalture,
who said tbat the countiy was entitled
It Is Announced That the
Premier Will Contest
Victoria.
Will  Affiliate  With Liberal
Conservative and Labor
Party.
Japanese Emigrants are not
Allowed  to Land  at
Victoria.
(SPECIALS TO THE MIM'.H.)
Viotoria, B. C., April 20.���An .important announcement was mado by
the friends of the Premier today, to
the effect tbat Mr. Martin will seek a
seat in this city. Tbe further announcement is made that, in addition
to Hon. Mr. Yates, bis running mat -s
will be a prominent Labor man and a
Very prominent  Liberal-Conservative.
The vaoancy in tbe Indian agency
nt Cowichau, caused by the death of
Mr. Lamas, has been filled by tbe appointment to that post of William R.
Robertson, representative of Cowiohan
in the last legislature.
The Steamer MiloB, German tramp
wbiob carries a thousand Japanese, is
still at the outer wharf and her throng
of emigrants still rem.iin on board, not
one of llioin having been permitted to
set foot ashore, sinoe she tied np at
the wharf yesterday, morning. They
were held pending a settlement of tbe
trouble wbich arose owing to several
facts. First, she had insufficient bouts
to oarry the crew of emigrants ;second,
tbat she had not the space called for to
each man carried ; third, that she had
no clearance from Kobe, the point of
departure; nnd fourth, that she had
not been inspeoted. The Milos fonnd
herselt in conflict with tho customs
authorities. The steamer will, it is
expeoted, be fined $500 on account of
her infractions of the customs laws.
Montreal, April 20.���La Pntrie tonight oontains a letter, from Paris, in
whioh it is stated tbat the Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, on being informed
by Mr. Tarte that he, the representative of tbe greatest llriistb Colony,
was without offloial reoognition by the
exhibition anthorities, entered representations with them with tbe resnlt
that this reoognition has now been accorded, and in consequence Mr. Tarte
is now recognized at all big exhibition
entertainments, eto.
Inquiry into the oase of Joly, tin
man arrested for stealing $10,500 from
the C. P. R. station at Joliette, Que.,
continued today with tbe result tbat
some of the money, fonnd hidden un
dernaath a stairway in July's bouse,
was traced from the hands of the receiver general to tbe possssion of the
station agent at Joliette, from whom
it was stolen. Tbis was rendered possible by tbe fact that $900 of the
amount stolen consisted of new bills,
never before issned, and which wore
sent Intact to tbe Bank National
branch at Joliette after their iinmberH
had been noted at tbo office heie in
Montrenl.
London, April 31. ���The Ladysmith
correspondent of the Daily News says:
"The Boers in Natal aro nlready
oommenoing a guerilla warfare. Both
the Transvaalers aud the Free Staters
aie compelling the natives to bear
arms. General Bnller has ordered all
the farmers between Ladysmith and
the Drakenberg Range to retire to K��t-
oourt"	
London, Apiil 21.���The Hie'infon-
lein correspondent of the Morning
Post, telegraphing Thursday, April
19th, aays:
"There Is alroady a thirty-foot flood
in the Caledon River, which 1b reported to bo still rising. All the drifts on
the Modder River nro impassable.
Traffic is temporarily Interrupted
southward, the water having washed
tho ballast from the line of tbe railway."
Montreal. April 20.���Robert Kerr,
Passenger Trafflo Managorof the Canadian Pacific, left yesterday for Vancouver to meet D. E. Borwn, of Hong
Kong, the company's general agent in
the Orient. They will go to San Francisco to tako part in the conference of
repr isenlatives of Trans-Pacific steamer lines, opening April 80.
PRINCE OF WALES.
proaches, waiting patiently to show
their gladness at tbe heir apparent1!
escare from death. The whole rout*
to Marlboro Hoobb was thick with
people, and aronnd Charing Cross Station the police had the utmost difficulty iu controlling them. The Dnke of
V/ork awaited his father's arrival on
the platform of the station, and when
tbe train bringing tbe Prince of Wales
drew in a mighty shout went np from
the mass of spectators outside the bar-
rioades. By that time, the King of
Sweden, now on a visit to England,
his white bead several inches above
the waiting crowd, had joined tba
Duke of York. When the Prinoe of
Wales stepped off the train be wai
affectionately greeted and congratulated by bis son and the visiting King.
His Royal Highness bowed repeatedly
as be passed through tbe obeering
ranks and went by tbe omnibuses
wbioh had been stopped for several
blocks and which wore being used for
grand stand purposes. Tbo Prinoe appeared to be in gocd health. Behind
his closed cairinge was an open carriage containing King Oscar, who received an ovation which almost equalled that of the Prince. All along tbe
route similar scenes occurred. The
crowds aiound Marlborough House beiug particularly large. The spectatori
of tbe Princess' home ooming consisted
of tbe well dressed aud respectable elements. Fiom their comments, it was
evident how gcunine and heaitfelt waa
the glndness over the Princess' return
and escape fiom death.
King Oscar's unexpected appearance
and democratically expressed enthusiasm created intense delight and made
tbnt monarch quite tbe hero of the
houi.
UNFAVORABLE TO JOUBERT.
i miner of German Army in Afrioa
Reports to German Emperor.
Berlin, April 20.���Capt. ltoit/.en-
toin, of the Germany nrmy, who wenl
to Sonth Africa lu prepare* special report for Emperor William, upon tbe
military operations will, on his return
to Berlin, write nn important military
technical woik, incorporating his official reports and developing his critical
estimate of General Jonbert, wbich ia
understood to be rather unfavorable.
He is spending tba remainder of his
leave of absence iu Italy nud is expected hero on May 5th.
FROM BROOKLYN   BRIDGE.
A Woman Makes thu Leap to the East
River 1100 Foet Below.
Now   Yoik,   April  20.���Miss Marie
Binae, of  this city, jumped from  the
Brooklyn   Bridgo   nt   2   o'olook   this
afternoon,   without    Berions    injory.
Severnl men hare made tbis leap into
tbe waters of  the East River sinoe tbe
bridge  has  beeu  completed.    Moat of
them  polished, but  Mis�� Binse is th
first womnn who ever attempted to en
hor life  in  this way.    She is now ln
the Hudson Street Hospital.
VISCOUNT HIN'foN.
Tho Organ Grinder to Beoome the Earl
of Poolutto.
London, April ai.-The Daily Mail
makes the following announcement:
"We learn that an arrangement Is
on the eve of conclusion permitting
Viscount Ilinton, tho organ grinder,
to become the Enrl of Punletie, the
younger sou by the late Earl's third
wife abandoning his clnim to tho title
but receiving nn annuity to be paid
out of the estate. "
TOUR   DE FORCE.
Greeted With Remarkable Enthusiasm
On His Return Home.
London, April 20.��� Tlm Prince of
Wale arrived at Dover this morning,
on his return from his visit to Copen.
hageu, aud the ocoasinn was marked
by scenes of remarkable enthusiasm.
Thn return of the Prinoe of Wales in
London   was   made tho occasion fnr n
spontaneous   demonstration   by   thousands   of   persons, who   thronged   tho
i Charing   Cross   station,   uud   its  up-
Suddm nnd Untried Trip of German
Emperor to Greet Onr Prinoe.
Iieilin, Apiil 20.���Emperor William's sadden visit to Allium to salute
tho Prince of Wales yesterday, was a
regular tour do force. It was evidently
under! .ikcii on n momentary prompting, ns soarcely anyone, even in the
imimidinto entourage of His Majesty
was informed beforehand of the trip.
The Kaiser left Allium 17 minutes
after tho Princo nf Wales.
; HOERS ESTABLISH HOSPITAL.
Khindslaogle, April 10. ���(Thursday)
���Yesterday tho Hritish patrols discovered another party of Boers on tbe
I '.in ih left, in the same position
fiom which the enemy recently fired
on lhe South African Hoisn, In this
instance, however, thero was no firing. Native deserters confirm previous
statements with respect to tbe fortifications, and Ibe strength nf the Hoers
along Ihe liiggnrslioig Range. The
enemy havo recently established a
largo hospital.
The Hoers are losing many horses
'and the rank and lilo are not allowed
tu forage for supplies. . NELSON   DAILY MINER,   SATURDAY, APRIL al, 1900
A SPLENDID I
Loniso   Hrehany   and
Please a Full
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away   from   a   baby
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programs but- felt itB<
to endeavor to given
notes   which   it   bar"
the progress of the p
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laHt   and   tbe   baby
sleepy    forgetfulnesf
tones of   Miss Brehs
timo the latter half i
was ieuched, and it
gather   a   Tow ideas
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was   crowded, novel
traction   than    the
Company.    Each   in
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success eqnnl to   Mi
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Mr. Snnvlet, the p:
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was loudly encored
tho programme con
act   of   Martha, nn
splendid.    All   the
best   and   greatly
house.    Tho nmiuu
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attractions as enpa
and her assnciites.
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son, Chicago; E.
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Parker, Roesland
wife, Londou, E
Ella Masoni, E\
Masoni, Montrea
Montreal: J. K.
Rogers, Toronto.
Phair-1). J.
Wis. ; Louise Bre'
Olga Schnioll, |
Mints, Fotrest D.
pnny; Mrs Whet
worth; Miss Can
V. Burns, Procte
don; T. B. Kiln.
PofT, Victoria; G
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recently nrgnnizt
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iilfenl fur lie- Has
.1,1.-. I.milleil. i'.t.
diiji* from Ilia flat
IngKooorder for*
for tlio piiipih.0 of
Ihe iiiiiive claims.
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JNeison Daily Miner
I'ubllsUod Uaily excopt Monitor.
NKI.SJN  MlNKR PlIINTING & PUULISUINO CO
D   J   BEATON, Editor anil MaliftKor.
COUPON.
Nelson Daily Miner
April 20, 1900.
PORTFOLIOS 4 & 5.
Gliijses of Sonth Africa
In Peace and In War.
OUT out this coupon nnd bring
nr send it with 10 couts in silver
to the Portfolio Department of
The Nelson Daily Miner and get
Parts lAiiof'Cilimpses of South
Africa In  Peace and In War."
Sec announcement on another j
page. J
>AAViVM��"WAAuv*wv\��
oipituting a diplomatic difficulty with
ho GalapagiauB.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier told Mr. Martin
that if he could not interfere in his behalf he had tiiroBelf to blame. Mr.
Mar in has himself to Maine for
many things. He has himself to blame
for many of the personalities with
which he is met. He provokes them.
For inetanoe, at Port Haney the other
night he said that "there wbb no
money in it for him to be in politics."
If this meant anything it mennt that
he wns making a sucrifico of his per-
soual interests for the good of the country. It oonld mean nothing else, and
he was making a boast of it. When
he most unexpectedly let himself out
of the Greenway Government in Manitoba he settloddown to the practice of
his profession iu Winnipeg, whero he
resided for six or seven yenrs ns Attorney-General. Wo do not say that Mr.
Martin did not make his salt, for salt
is cheap and a few dollars will lay in
a liberal Bnpply ;but it was well understood in Winnipeg that he did uot
make a sneoess of his prnotice, and nt
thefirfit opening belieggod and pleaded
with his party to give him a nomination, in order that he might get hack
into politics. Mr. Martin will please
remember that be has himself to blame
for this little reminiscence.
At the Nnnaiino meeting wbioh
nominated Mr. Ralph Smith complaint wuh mnde that, muoh desirable
legislation wns sacrificed last session
because of the aotiou of Mr. Martin,
who, although professing to be a great
frieud of the laboring classes, deserted
thcii friends at tho most critical moment. Mr. Mnrtin is the friend of the
laboring classes when it suits him to
be, as be is of the corporations. As
his interest in tbem depends upon oir-
cunistanceB, it is liable to vary; bat
the ouo thing that uever varies is bis
deop interest in himself and hiB determination to push bis own fortunes at
any oost.    	
THE RED FRONT GROCERY
GREENS, GREENS, GREENS
In his address to the Young Conservatives of Vancouver, the pnrty leader,
Mr. Charles Wilson, Bpoko approvingly
of the principle of Government railways, but was obliged to confess that in
its application to British Colnmbiu
under existing cirounistanoefl there are
difficulties tbat mny not easily be overcome. We think Mr. Wilson will be
well advised if throughout the oaru-
paigu now opening he shall decide to
leave the advocacy of that prinoiple lo
Mr. Joseph Martid. There is a paragraph in Mr. Mackintosh's election
address relating to this subject which
Mr. Wilson nnd other Conservative
leaders might study with advantage.
The Rossland Record Buys today
(Saturday, 21st) iB the last day for
registering votes for the next revision.
To make sure, everyone should call
at the registration office, examine the
list, and see with his own eyes that
bis name is on. And if not already
on, get it on. Every man being a
British subject, natural born or naturalised, who has resided six months in
the Province, and in tbe Riding for a
continuous period of oue month prior
to dute of registration, is entitled to
vote.
Mr. Martin says he was always a
Liberal. Let ns see. In 1883 be was
a candidate in the Provincial elections in Manitoba. In tbe classification
of candidates in The Winnipeg Free
Press he was put down as a Liberal,
wbeioupon Mr. Martin wrote the editor, Mr. L-uxton, threatening him
with a euit for libel if he did not
forthwith change the designation from
Liberal to Independent. So far from
being a Liberal in those days, he considered it libelous to be oalled one.
By a law of Japan not more than
two hundred laborers a month oan
emigruto to Canada, Tbe law is being
evaded, as the number of arrivals at
Coast poiuta is largely iu excess of the
legal limit. It iB supposed that many
of them go south, where they aro iu
request for work on railways in Paoifio
States, but this does not lessen the
gravity of tho situation from tbe British Colmbinn standpoint. Tbe Japanese Consul at Vancouver has taken cognisance of the matter, and bns represented to hia Government the necessity
of enforoing tho statutory restrictions.
He realises tbat thiB Province cannot
absorb such numbers of Jnpunese, and
has every confidence thnt ns soon as
the situation is understood nt Tokio
the necessary stepB will be taken to
remedy the evil. Commenting on the
ciroumstance, The News-Advertiser
says: "This is satisfactory intelligence, in that it promises to take a
very difficult nnd vexed racial and
social question out of oar party politics."
Mr. Martiu compares himself with
Sir Oliver Mowat, in his appropriate
selection of colleagues. For many years
he, Buys, Sir Oliver bad a farmer in his
Cabinet. Yes, but Sir Oliver's farmer
wuh made Minister of Agriculture, the
pi .-ii nm in wbich his special knowledge
could be of use. Mr. Martin scours
the country for a farmer, and gives
the portfolio of Agriculture to a pedlar. The comparison would be as apt if
made  witb a comet.
STRAWBERRIES
LETTUCE
ASPARAGUS
SPINACH
RADISHES
Morrison b Caldwell.
The Red Front Telephone 134.
THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING CO.
LIMITED.
MINING   MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH,    ONTARIO,
CANADA.
4/   As
Mr. Beebe was at Port Haney the
other night with the Premier, Mr.
Martin. In case any of our readers
may have forgotten tbe gentleman, it
will be well to mention that ho Is n
member of the present Cabinet. Iu his
address to his fellow fanners ho said
that he was the first of his class to bo
oalled to the position of a Cabinet
Minister. And hn was ciill��d because
he was a farmer. He bail nut expected
to spook, he said, and supposed he was
prosent only because Mr. Maitin wauled to show the audience what an agricultural Cabinet Minister looked like.
Later on Mr. Mnitin said he hnd
seleoted Mr. Beebe because ho was a
representative farmer. Ho wanted a
farmer in the Cabinet, und ho wanted
one who oould enlighten him as to the
needs of the farmers and help him to
supply them. We suppose tbnt is why
ho mado Mr. Beebe Provincial Secretary, and gave the portfolio of Agriculture to the pedlar and jute denier,
Mr. Ryder	
The world is getting inconveniently
small, aud soon the scientists and
newspaper men will hnvo tn put their
heads together to see if they cannot en-
lingo ft. Tho United Stiles has n
claim against Turkey for dinnnge to
missions, and a dispatch intimates that
if pressed the Mohammedans of Ihe
Philippines mny rite in their fanaticism aud join with the rebels in resisting American authority. Thus intimately nre alfaiiH being connected all
over the world. Soon the Chief ot
Provincial Police nt Nelson will be
restrained from shaking hands with
nn Idaho   Marshal through fear of pre-
At Port Haney Mr. Martin said he
would re-enact the disallowed legislation that was intended to prevent the
employment of Japanese and Chinese
on railway construction. He was prepared, he said, to throw down the
gauntlet to the Imperial and Dominion
Governments. The Vanoonver World
will require to revise its polioy in respect to this matter, or nse suoh influence ns it may possess to dioipline the
firebrand of a Premier.
There is a snrpiising cordiality, as
well ns unanimity, in the reception of
Mr. Mackintosh's candidature throughout the Boundniy distriot Nearly
every newspaper supports him���and
the country is dotted with newspapers.
If these tt present the popular feeling,
and it is fair to assnme that they do,
Mr. Mackintosh will have an easy \U-
tory over any person, be he Minister or
otherwise, who has the temerity to
oppose him.
WALL   PAPER
WALL  PAPER
WALL PAPER
WALL PAPER
WALL PAPER
WALL  PAPER
WALL PAPER
WALL   PAPER
SILVER KING OPENED UP AGAIN.
Owing to tbe depression caused by
the labor troubles I am prepared to
buy or sell all kinds of second hand
goods furuitnre, enrpets, -loves, eto.
Call and see me. Apply to Silver
King Mike, Hall Street, next door to
Aslicroft's blacksmith shop.
Orders by mail promptly attendod to
SILVER KING MIKE.
Fraternity Hall
Car Baker A Koulr iih j sis.
can he rented for Concerts, lectures
Dances, Banquets and every kind of en
teHuinment. Good ante-rooms, cloak
rooms, Kitchen and dining room furnished.   For terms apply
DR. E. O. ARTHUR   Oity.
Large Stock
New Designs
"John Houston may contest the Nelson Hiding iu tbo Government inter-
eBt," save the Government's organ,
Tbe Vancouver World. Tbat is precisely what Johu Houston ooutem-
plules doing ; bnt although determined
to be a candidate, be does not desire
thnt too grout publicity be given to
fact that he is running ou the Government interest.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation-
HEAD OFFIOE TORONTO. ONT,
Money to loan ou Straight Mortgage
Apply to O. L. LENNOX, Baker St.,
Nelson.
C/1NADA DEUa &
BOOK CO.
GEO. QURD
Boom 1, Turner-Boeokh Block.
Real Estate <fc Mining Agent
Gamble & O'Reilly
REAL  ESTATE
AND INSURANCE AdENTS.
BAKER STTEET.
FOR SALE.
2 Lots, 6-Rooin House, corner,
on Carbonate   stet $2
2 Lots, S-Room H ou   e arbon-
ato street     2,150
Agents for Humo Addition   and a
large number of Addition " A" Lots.
1,001)
INSURANCE.
Accident nnd Sickness.   Specinl Health
Policy issued by
THE CANADA ACCIDENT ASSURANCE
COMPANY.
Head  office,  Montreal.      Costs only
$10 n year.
Gamble b O'Reilly.
is nt "tub
is
-BUT-
The Hudson's Bay
Stores
OUR LEADERS
IN    LADIES'    KID    GLOVES
Garry
Beaver
C. C. C
at $1.25
at $1.50
at $1.75
Cannot be beaten.        The best Values thai   money
will buy.
������������������
Hudson's Bay Stores
Merchants' Bank of Halifax.
Incorporated 1869.
Capital Pald-ap,    .    .    .     .si,iix.".,ii:n.(Hi |  Km ���l,tN,*N,N
,., ?��",r!! ��r D,.^'or"1 Thomas K. Konnny, 1 'resident: Thomns Ritchie, \ i��� I'l-n-iiirnl.
Michael Uwyer, Wiloy Smith, H. O. llnuld, Hon. II. II. Fuller, M.L.C., llou. David MacKeco.
llrad mile,-. Haiinii 1
Goncrnl Malinger, i-.i ,m 1,. Paaso. Montreal.
Superintendent ol Ilraiiches. \V. U. Turnuico, Hulifax.
Inspector, W. K. Ilroelt, Halifax.
Scerutnry, U. M. Stewart, Montreal.
Nova Srotla-Halifax Branch, AdUkohIhIi. Srldnwabn., Gnnbora Loieloiulei-rj. I.iini'nliiiri.
Manhunt iHnnls Co.), Pleton. Port llawkci-hui-y, Sydney. Bhubonaoadle, Tiiirn, Wi-jmnulli
New Hrunswlck-ltethurst.   Hon-himtur,  Kroilei loton, Kingston iKcrl  Co.), Monoton, N��W;
rustle. .SllcKVI   e. \\ em]   :,,.���!..     I*. K. lalnj _I'I.,...1..|...........   v 1.1..     . 1.-..     .I.ii.ii, ,i
!Bi^k82iTSK! ? BWSKh .! ��� E- U&��*-Chilott��lown, Buuiinenrfde. Qarlwc Monlroal
jcity Ollice). Montreal. West hnd (Cor. Notro Dame and Balguaurs Bin eta); Wcsunounl tOor.
(.reone Avenue nnd St. Catharines  Street.    aria���Ottawa.   Nrnritiimllaiiil   Sl. Johns.
i una, am IMM-Havana.  I ml. .1 stales   New York 111! Kxobanga. Place) IU-|nililit.Mash.
.���.     _ BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
< <>l I . s|M��ll,1<  Ills t
I'anaila-Mcrchniils Bank of Cnnnila. Boalon-Nntlonnl Blinwniiil llnnk. �� lilfimn America
National Hank. ��������� l-raarlai-o-Klist National Hunk. U��|H BM. Hniil. "' *��#*
Elf.* ,..^h"u "-J11, J'/011'1'11"- Brrmuda-Hank of Hcriuiula. 111I1111 ami Jafal ll0"��
Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.
(ieucial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letter* of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable Urms.    Interest allowed on spccW
1lep1e.ils nnd on SnviiiK Hunk accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
NOTICE
HOUSES   FOR   8ALE
14-room   house,   all   conveniences, i
lots down town.    A barttnin.
Houses in all parts of tho oity.
Baker    Htreet    improved   property.
Income lfi per oent net.
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Nkumn, H. C.
A Boarding anil Hay Sehisil eoniliiclei) hy
tho Bisters of Bt,joaobh0f Peace. Itlsaltu-
.ileil al thucornerof Mill ami Josephine street*.
In one of the hest residential portions of Nelson, nnd Ih easily aecesslhle from all part*
oflheelly.
The course of study Includes the fimilaiucii-
tul and higher hrnncliOR of a thorough Kngllsli
''duration. HiikIiuw4 course Bookkeeping
Stenography nnd Typewriting. MMM oonrse
- Music, Vocal and In-.triituental; Drawing
r\c.   Plain uml Art Ncedlowork; Calisthenics.
ele.
l-'or I onus au I particulars apply to tho Bister
Superior.
BUILDING
'..'. left   best
oity.   A snap.
A good list of
from.
LOTS   FOR  SALE
resldenon corner in tbe
building lots to snleot
THE
Bank of
British  Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skagiuay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
Is hereby Riven that I intend to apply
at the first meeting of the Board of
Lioense Commissioners for tbe City of
Nelson, held thirty days after the date
hereof, for leave to transfer the license
now hold by me for a saloon known as
the Athnhnsca S11I0011, situate on tbe
southeastioorner of Baker nud Kootenay Streets, Nelson, B. O., boing on
Lot 1, Block 12, in Nelsou aforesaid,
to Patriok J. Russell in trust for tbe
Athabnson Hotel Company, Limited.
Dated tbis 11th day of April, 11)00.
JAS.  NEKLANDS
Witness:   P. K. Wilson.
Mining Stocks
Bought and Sold.
Silver    Star    Mining-   Stock   of
Sumpter, Ore.   Call for Prospectus.
5000 Big Horn Treasury. A snap
1000 Noonday    600 Richelieu
Here's a good buy :
Referendum   Treasury Stock,     Sold
on installments 7)^c, l'to per month.
House and  Lot in business portion of town, $3500.
14-Room   House,   cheap;   terms
easy;  close In.
CAM. ON-
il
H. A.
BROKER
WAHI) ST.
Church's A)abastii)e
TO BE MIXED IN COLD WATER.
������������������������
A  PERMANENT  WALL  COATING
Ready  fob the  Bhuhii  hy  Adding  OotD  Watkh,  ahd
Easily Ai'pmuu.
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Alabastine is especially adapted for plain tinting nnd whitening, and is easily applied in such work by anyone who cnn I*
OUT simple directions arid handle a brush:
IT   IS   SANITARY
and cleansing, as well as beautiful, and is positively permanenl:
Hint is, when applied on a solid surface the coiiting cnn '�����
repeated in thin coats from lime to time for years, ns limit M H",'
plastering stnnds, without removing the old Alnbiistiiie ooatft 1""1
eyery coat BO added strengthens the wall and hardens with Bge.
( olor curd for the asking,
������������������������
Vancouver Hardware Co., to.
Mara Block, Nelson-
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\\jrt- NELSON  DAILY  MINER, SATURDAY,  APRIL 21, i9od
LOCAL AflD   PERSONAL
MaRislrato Greaso disposed of two
HI1II,U debts oases and ono drank yen-
terflny.
Supm'iu'aa"6"1 Marpole, of tho ��-p-
u arrived iu Nelsou lant night from
tho OoaBt.
Ibe Miners' Union will todny elect
��� delegate to the annual oonvention
t Wexteru Miuers. Voting will cou-
tiniui throughout the day nml oveuing.
The bnll given by the Firemen's
Brigade this veek was as Hucnessful as
it wns enjoyable. The Brigade wish-
,,8 to thank the Indies who so kinrliy
supplied and superintended tho serving
���[ the refreshments.
The live or six thousand dollarn
whioh is coming to the men working
on tbe Halfour extension wns not distributed yesterday as was expected.
Innleiiil the meu will, be paid on Monday or Tuesday of next week.
Tho olerks in the recorder's ollioe
Imve been unusually busy of lute,
sjjiioe Tuesday InBt !)7a names have
been placed upon the voters' list. To-
,|aj is the last day applications will bo
received nud n rush is expected.
\V. B, Akers, who has boon foreman
nt the Exchequer mine, left last night
iver the 0. P. R- for the coast, from
whence he will snil for Cape Nome.
Mr. Akers is the third person to leave
Nelson this week for" the now gold
lieldu.
During the Inst !M honrs Ihe wnter
iu Ihe lake rose oue inch nnd n quarter. In Bpitc of the chilly weather
thero woro a number of peoplo out on
Ihe lake, several of those having snil
hoots took advantage of the wiud and
had a sail.
\V. M. Lawrence, of Revelstoke,
brother of James Lawrence, of this
i lty, is to be a oandidate for the Provincial House iu the iuterests of Mr.
Mnrtin. At least this 13 the news Mr.
Lawrence, of Nelsou, has received.
Needless to say.it grieves him much.
The Tenuis Olnb will open its courts
tomorrow for the first time this senson.
Tbey have been put In good oonditiou
for play by the grounds man and us
tbero nre a large number of subscribers
hhould be well patronized. A pavilion
will lie erectod on tbe gronud iu tbe
near future.
Acting Gold Commissioner Goepel
jesterday received a letter from Mr.
John A. Turner stating thnt that gentleman would arrive in Nelson next
Wednesday. He will then assume the
duties of the offloe of Gold Oommis-
Bloner and Mr. Goepel will pay his
attention to the ollie 1 of Inspector of
Ufflces
The 0. P. R. engineers have gone to
Kaslo nud tnkeu preliminary steps
towards the extension of the Lnrdo
road. The grading will coutinno this
summer but rails will probably not be
be laid until next year. The Indication! are that the Grent Northern will
also push operations in tho Lardo
conntry.
The Kootenay Cigar Company oni-
liluyees want tl play the uewspapir
offices n game of tBseball. If the cigar
peoplo don't watch ont the challenge
will ho accepted and tho output of
eigars will be materially lessened.
However, articles nave uot yet beeu
signed but the prospects of a collisiou
are good.
Mr. 0. Hullock-Webslor, Chief of
Provincial Police, is having painted n
large bign whicli will be planed nt
.Selons' Point wurning people in boats
thut it is dangerous to go further down
the river. The sign hns long been
needed and the public will bo thankful to Mr. Bullock-Webster for his
tboughtfuluess.
Uu Wednesday the Kootenay Cigar
Manufacturing Compituy made its rec-
"id shipment for one day, 2(1,000
eigars being sent ont to the company's
customers. This piomises to be the
record week, ns -12,000 cigars will be
���nipped, The company will probably
wkiu mnve into larger quarters nnd the
stnlf uf men will be doubled. Sixteen
bauds nie now employed.
The steamers International aud Ko-
kanoe pulled out fr^-n tho wharf to-
uetlier Thursday afternoon nud a merry race commenced us soon as
thoy got squared away, as iilwnys hap-
imiiB when the two bonts get abreast.
An it appeared-from the city the boats
did not change positions but ran evenly as fat us Fivo Mile Point.
After bis address in Nolson noxt
Monday evening, Hon. Josoph Martin
will lenvo on tbo Crow's Nist beat for
uranbrook. He will also visit Feruie
���ml piobahly one or two other places
"ii the Crow's Nest line. On Friday
be will be at Kaslo. The Premier has
���tinted ont with the Intention of visit-
jug all of tho principal towns in the
Irovince and as many of ibo smaller
ones as possible
Trustor wns made yesterday hy
Dharlei Rolllu, of Hull's Siding, to U.
A. Huona, of Phoenix, B. 0��� of one-
half interest iu the' Last Chance mineral claim, three miles south of Hall's
Hiding, Mike'Ryan transferred to
Archie MoDowell a one-half interest
111 thn Tiobow claim, situated iu tlio
Hall Greek district. A one-third interest in the Granite Ridge claim
""in Charles B, Archibald, of Ymir,
��oJ. W. Boss, of Ymir.
John Watsou, of Stanloy Stroet, askfl
tbe Miner to say that if ho finds anyone throwing ontn into his yard he
wdl hnve them arrested. Lust year
Nome careless iudlvidnal sprinkled n
''Oge quantity of onts over Mr. Watson b ynrd and, instead-of a nice crop
01 grnss, a orop of oats oaino to light.
��e ib out after grans again thin year
��0d It (ho 01,t, show up again he in-
teiulfl to call for the   aid of   the police
i" running tho culprit dowu.
Home potion is playing havoc with
tun (lower gardens of   private oltlCeOB
'" nUbou.   on Wednesday ami Thnn-
miy eveniuK8 TifljtH woro made to the
Kurden of Mi. James Lawrence, and as
"result eight hyacinths nre missing,
fey wero not nulled up by the roots
Wt out olf with a sharp koifo. One
""zen plants were also stolen from tho
Wrden of Mr. A. .). Miller. Tho no-
tea hnvo been notified nnd are on the
lookout for the thief or thieves.
n il, "' MoFnrlune, mannger of
����� Tamarac mine, in the Ymir dis-
nct,wa�� seriously, perhaps fatally, in-
Ji'erd through an ucoident at the mine
yesterday. The news was brought to
Neslon by passengers 011 last, night's
Spokane train. Details aro looking,
bnt it wns learned that Mr. MoFarlaue
fell down the shaft. When the train
pnssed throngh Ymir medical aid was
being dispatched to iho soeno of tho
accident.
Tcnight nt 8 o'clook there will be a
meeting at the Hnme Hotel of the
baseball enthusiasts of tho city. This
is the third attempt to get the baseball
people together und If it fails thoso
who aro trying to organize a team will
drop the matter. .Tunics Neelnnds has
received letters from towns in the
Province asking that efforts be made
to form a league and this will be one
of tho mutters which will oonia up for
disonssion this evening, Mr. Neelnnds
promises refreshments if the basebnll
men will turn out.
Stewart Sutherlnnd, of Lnrdeau, 75
years of age and dependent, upon tho
Province for support, will bo brought
to Nelson on Monday and will be
cnied for here until he can be admitted
into tho Old Men's Homo at Kamluops,
If it enn bo shown thut 1.0 ban been in
the Proviuce fifteen yeais thero will be
no trouble iu getting him into the
home, but es the old man has completely lost his memory he ennnot tell
when he nnivod bere. Up to date no
ono has been found who can enlighten
tlio authorities ns to tin length of Mr.
Sutherland's residence in tho Proviuce.
Anycne who knows of him will perform a kindness by coinniunioating
with H. Biillook-WebMor, Chief of
Provincial Police, Nelson.
Miss Booth, Salvation Army Commissioner for Cauada, Newfoundland,
tbe Bermudas and Northwestern
America, arrived in Nelsou InBt night
on the Moyie. Miss Booth is accompanied by Major Smeoton, Adjutant
Welsh, Mnster Willie nnd Miss Pearl
Booth and Knsign Griffith, The party
was met at the boat by the local Salvationists, headed by the band, the members of the luttor being costumed an
marines. Upou arrival at headquarters
MisB Booth nddiessed a few words to
tlio soldiers. She took no part in auy
of the meetings last night, but rested
for her lecture tonight aud her meetings tomorrow. The meeting tonight
will be held in the Opera House and
an ndmission of 2/S cents will be
chnt'ged. Miss Booth will tell of her
work iu the slums and prisons of London and will be attired in the costume
worn during her work there. As she
is u splendid speaker and her topio a
very interesting one a large audience
should greet her. Miss Booth's flflopt-
ed children, Willie aud Pearl, will
sing several selections during the evening and the army band will be hoard
from. On Sunday Miss Booth will
address two nie-tiitgs at the Opera
Houso, ono at !i o'clock in the after-
noou snd one at 7 :!I0 in the evening.
No admission will bo charged to the
Sunday meetings but a silver colleo
Hon will be taken at the door. On
Mondny morning Miss.Booth and party will loave for Rossland.
GLORIOUS NEWS
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cnrgile, of,
Washita, I. T., He writes: "Fonr"
bottles cf Electrio Bitters bas ourod
Mrs. Biewer of scrofnln, wbioh had
oimscd her grent suffering for yenrs.
Temblo sores would hreak out on her
head and face and the best doctors
could givo no help; bnt her euro is
complete nnd her health is excellent."
This shows what thousands have proved���that Electrio Bitters is the best
blond purifier known. It's the supreme
remedy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum,
ulcers, boils and running sores. It
stimiilnles liver, kidneys and bowels,
expels poisons, helps digestion, builds
up the strength. Only 50 cents. Sold
by the Oiinndn Drug and Book Company.   Gunrnuteed.
"Glimpses of South Africa," portfolios Nos. 4 and S, are uow on sale nt
The Minor ollice. Ono coupon aud
twenty cents will socuin both of them.
The Miuer now hns thirteen numbers
in all. Thoso wishing n full series
should make it known nt onoe.
English
Swiss or
American Watches
Complicated or otherwise, we understand
them all. We do first
class work only and
guarantee our work to
give satisfaction or
money refunded.
Patenaude Bros.
NELSON,  B.C.
RELSTERER & CO.,
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Drop in and Bee us.
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NELSON,
B. C.
S. 1). PlKHIlK
J. T. I'lKHHE
Nelson Tailoring,  Gleaning and Dyeing
IVl.ilih: liuieiil.
PIEflRE BROTHERS, Props.
Ladies' and Gents' Clothing cleane 1
dyed, altered and repaired.
SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
Bear Clarke Hotel. NKUON
FERGUSSON & CROFTS,
Civil and Mechanical KntfineorH,
VANCOUVER   AND    Mil.MiN,    B.   C.
MINING  MACHINERY
:'niii>lif-i nnd Knu-U'd.
AGKNTi for tho Uimlon Iron Works, Rftboook
k Wilcox Holler Co., Cooko'n WlPB Hopo
Mid HopewuvM, Ktc.. Ktc.
Bicyclists and
Base Ball Players
How  about  your  shoes ?    If   you
haven't got them yet, come and   see
our lines.        .....
Good Footwear is our Hobby.   Our
prices will suit you.
LILLIE BR05.
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MISCELLANEOUS
Advertisements inserted under i iiis hood at
tlio rate of ono oont a word por limortion. No
odvortlBoment taken for leas than 25 oents.
PUPILS   WANTED-For  instrnotion
on    tbe   piano.     Apply   to   MRS.
RASON, at  Dr. Artbor'a home.
FOR RENT-Cellar.    Apply at  Offloe
of O. W. West & Oo.
FOR SALE���At a   bargain,   complete
furniture for five room honse. Apply
at Cabinet Cigar Store.
WANTED���Servant  ftir\;  one used to
ohildren.    Apply   Mrs. W. A. Thnr-
niun, Silioa Street, first   door  east  of
Methodist Chnroh.
WANTED���To  rent  four or live room
house,    furnished   or   nnfnrnished.
Apply P. O. Box 48.
FOR RENT���Warehouse formerly oo-
oupiod by the Manitoba Produce Co.
on col-lie   of Hall and Vernon streets.
FOR SALE-Welland    Vale   bicynle,
nearly new.   Apply  to H. F. Lee at
Kirkpatriok and Wilson's.
DO YOU���Need nn experienced stenographer  and bookkeeper?   Write W.,
Miner Office.	
FURNISHED ROOMS-To   let;  new
furnitnre.     Good   attendance.    See-
ond door  east   of   Oity Hall, Viotoria
Straet.
TO RENT���Two  furnished   rooms for
gentlemen.    Apply  southeast oorner
Stanley   and  Carbonate,    three  doors
above Royal Hotel.
Remodeled
Refurnished
Heated by Hot Air
Finest  Dining   Room
in the City.
Temperance Hotel.
The Family Resort of the
Kootenays.
TheWaverlyHotel
NELSON.
ALEX- STEWART
Boom  3,  Tumor-Boeckb  Blook, Nelson
Noury Public, Real Estate, Insurance
Mine, Loans.
HOUSE8 FOR SALE
Some flue Residences, conveniently
situated, Modern Improvements.
LOT8 FOR SALE
I .nl s in Fairview Addition, on line
of Tramway. Oheap.eosy terms thereon
Wanted, residence, Oovernmeut
townsite, near Stanley Street,
Money to lend, monthly payments or
straight lonn, whichever desired, low
rate interest.
Agent for Lancashire Firo Ins. Oo.
Owners kindly list your properties
with me as I have purchasers.
The Fern Gold Mining and
Milling Company
Limited Liability
S. TYTLER
Houston Block,     -    Nelson.
RE&L ESTATE & TIRE INSURANCE
Some Choice Lota and I louses for Sale.
Agent Montreal Loan & Investment Co.
The annual meeting of the shareholders of the Fern Oold Mining and
Milling Company, Limited Liability,
will be held at the company's head
offloe Baker Street, Nelson, B. 0., on
Tuesday, the 1st day of May, at 11
o'olook in the forenoon. Business:
Presentation of financial statement,
election of directors and other business'
R. W. BRIQSTOOK, Seoretary.
The Cottage Hospital, Nelson
A private Hospital. Medical, Surgical and Obstetrical eases nursed in the
House. Private room |20 and $16 a
week. Beds in ward 111 n week.
Nurses sent ont to piivate houses at $15
a weok. Apply to The Misses Ortok-
mar,
FOR SALE OR TO LET-
COTTAGE ACROSS LAKE.
Six room Cottage opposite Nelson
with more thnn nn acre of land.
Young fruit Irees, strawberries smnll
fruits nnd cultivated land fur gnrden.
Ot-eek running through gaiilen. Excellent spring water lend into house.
Oiovent buck. Apply .I. J. CAMP-
HELL, Smelter Oflice, Telephone 21).
Wholesale Houses.
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
THORPE & CO., Limitkd.���Cornor Vor
non nnd Cedar Streets, Nelnon, maiiu-
fiici iircr,'. of and wholesale dealers In aerated
waters and fruit, syrups. Sole aKenta for Halcyon Springs mineral wator.   Tel (W
NELSON SODA WATER FAOTORY
���N. M. CuinmlnH, Lessee, Kvery known
variety of soft drinks, r. O. Box 88. Tele-
phono No. 31. Hoover Street Nelson. Bottlers
of tho Famous St, Leon Hot Springs Mineral
Water.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
HJ. EVANS ik CO.-BaKer Stroet, Nel
��� son, wholesale dealers in llquora, cigars
content, fire brick and lire clay, water pipe and
steal rails and general commission merchants.
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
BRACKMAN & KERMILLING CO.
Limited.���Front Stroet, Nelson, wholosale dealers in Hour, meals, etc, and hay
and grain. Mills at Kdmonton, Victoria and
New Westminster. Elevators on Calgary &
Kdmonton Itai 1 way. __^_
TAYLOR FEED 4 PRODUCE CQ.-
BaKer street. Nelnon. (George FT Motion's old stand.) Flour, Feed, Drain, Hay
nnd Produce. Car lots a specialty. Cor
rcspondence solicited.   Phone 2V>,
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD & CO.-Corner Ver-
��� non and Jusephine Streets, wholesale
grocers and jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts,
boots, rubbors, mackinaws and miners' sundries.
_ FRESH AND SALT MEATS
P  BURNS A CQ-Hakur Street,  Nelson.
���   wholesalo dealers in fresh and cured
meats.   Cold storage.
WEST KOOTENAY BUTCHER CO-
���Baker Street. Nelnon.   Wholesale deal
ers in frejh and cured meats,
HARDWARE A  MINING SUPPLIES
VANCOUVER HARDWARE CO'Y.
Limitku���Baker Streot, Nelson, wholesale dealors In hardware and minlfg supplies,
plumbers'aud tinsmith's supplies.
ELSON  HARDWARE  OO.-Wholo
sale pulnta aud oils.
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.
TURNER,   BEETON   &   CO.   Corner
I Vernon and Josephine Streets, \c'-on
wholosalo doalers In liquors cigars and dry
goods. Agents for Pabsc Brewing Co. of Mil-
waukeo and Calgary Browing Co. of Calgary.
N
H
UDSON'S BAY CO.-WholeBale groceries ana liquors, etc., Baker St., Nolson.
PROVISIONS, PRODUCE A FRUITS
JY   GRIFFIN   A   CO.-Corner  Vernon
���>   and Josephino Streets, Nelson, wholesale
dealors in provisions, cured meat*., butler and
ARTHUR  BOOTH,
GENERAL AGENT,
Next Door to tho Hank of Montreal.
FOR RENT.
1 small uottage,   $14.
1 five-room cottage, tin.
$ nioe rooms, furnished, on Bakor
Street, with bath and piuuo, 115.
FOR SALE.
2 good lots nnd fi-roim house, Front
Street, |UoO cash, balance t-150 on easy
terms.
THE VIOTORIA REALTY 00,
Victoria St., near Presbyterian Ohuroh.
A. Booth, Manager.
H. & M. BIRD
Agents for Eureka Mineral Wool and
Asbestos Co-
Real  Estate.    Fire  Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FURTHER REDUCTION
New honse < l corner of Mill
and Hall streets fnr sale. Contains 10 rooms and large baeo-
ment, bath nnd sewer connection. Wired for electrio light.
Rents for $.10 per month.
Price $1,800, of which $700 to
be rash, bnlanne on monthly
payments, easy terms. Apply
at onoe to above
Notice of Application for License.
I hereby give notice that I intend to
apply to tbo Board of Licensing Commissioners of the Oity of Nelson nt its
next sitting for an lintel license for
the premises situated upon Lot 10
Blook till (north side of Vernon Streot
between Ward and Josephine) iu the
Oity of Nelsou.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN.
"ANY OLD RAG."
The Miner will pay cash
for clean rags. Bring them
o the Miner Office.
KERR & CO.
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TO=DAY, SATURDAY
Millinery, something very Stylish in NEW HATS.
Kid 0loves new, in this week, undressed; in the new shades.
Parasols, Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, etc. Ready-
made Suits and Separate Skirts very special, Everything New
and up-to-date for you in this store.
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KERR & CO.
The  New  Dry  Goods  vStore.
MADDEN BLOOK,    BAKER STREET,    NELSON.
P- S-���Standard Patterns ia Stock
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I IF  YOU   SMOKE
SMOKE OUR CIGARS
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They are made in your midst, of the finest Havana Tobacco.
Where yood  Cigars are sold  they can be bought.
The Royal Seal and Kootenay Belle.
Union  made.
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Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co.
NELSON, B.C.
M*$&&bSmr!imY%t'&&'2iA'bm*'& to to to* to to to to to to to to- to to to *
��� Our  Clearance Sale of
I DRY  GOODS
Wt    has been a success but we still hnve plenty of Bargains   to offer
ijf Here are some ot them.
,-Jf 3 Ijidies' Tailor-made Suits to clear nt .$(1,110.
,W It Ladies' Tailor-made Suits to clear at 87.IK),
See our 6, H end 10c.    Prints nil Fast Colors.
��� White Pique Skirts at $1.16.
fi Silk Underskirts at ��1.25.
I       A. FERLAND & CO.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchaats
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
Branch Markets in Kottsland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Tnree Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Order* by mall to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
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�� WE   HAVE   SOLD   7J%   OF   ALL  THE
|   PORTLAND CEMENT,
| FIRE BRICK and
" FIRE  CLAY
Used in the Kootenay.
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3 ���WE  ALSO HANDLE���
3
3   Steel Mining Rails.
5 Blacksmith Coal.
* Sewer Pipe, Etc.
������������
H. J. EVANS & CO.
NELSON,  B. O.
^/ff�� trfii t^ iffH <rfH rf\ff t rfl�� r*\ irf> /^ rf\ V'*^'����'��* '���> 'f��'���* '*�� ft�� '���* '��< 't*f *<^
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINIIS   OK
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES,   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
THE RICE LAKE CAN OEJ Nelson Employment Agencv
Oldest and Best Made in
Canada.
Nciw'b the timo to order.
F. McdINN, AkpiiI,
Mi i-i-liiini ������' Hunk uf Ilullfux, NoIhoii.
WANTED
Wmii.ui In mi) Hinnlnir Linuriry machine,     tlook   (woman).    Waitronaei.
Olfll for lioiiKework.    I.imnilry Kir).
CONTRACTS    TAKKN    KOR    DIAMOND
idiik imn.i.iNd.
J. H. LOVE, Arj't      Baker St NfiLSOrY DAILV MINER, flATUROAV, APRIL ai, fort
A SPLENDID
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Louise   lirohnny   and
Plea60 a Full
It wur the   nnfortn
Minor representative
tho Opera Honsj last
ed directly in front 0
very   decided   as   to
spriufi dress shonld  1
away   from   a   baby
only content with   n
programs bnt felt its
to endeavor to Kiven
notes   whicb   it  har
the proEress of the p
ever, the dress qnest
last   nnd   tbe   baby
sleepy    forpjetfnlnesi
tones of   Miss Brehe
time the latter half
was touched, and it
f!ather  a   fow ideas
nient.     Th.iBe   idea
pleasant.    The   Ope
wns   crowded, novel
traction   than    the
Company.    Each   in
in  itself.    Mias Bre
iniiRiiifioeiit voice, '
rich and at times o
oach of  her   nnmbi
Forrest D. Carr, th<
success equal to   Mi
rich, full   voice wa
offct   in   his  differ
especially in Marthi
(jioat favor.  Mr. M
a  very   sweet   voic
power ai d Miss Mo
sings    well   but   1
which requires all 1
Opera    House.     T
Sohmoll, only appei
nuulenoe  wished   i
her.    She   is  certa
mirvellona player
Mr. Sanvlet, tbe p
wonderfnl manner.
ence with hia magi
was loudly encored
the programme con
aot  of   Martha, ar
splendid.    All  the
best  and   greatly
houso.    Tho mauai
House wonld do w
ntlracti.ins as capa
and her associates.
Get a "Glimpso-
a oonpon and te
The Miner office.
AT THE
Hume���Frank B
J. Tnaffer, Vancoi
son, Chicago; E.
to: H. A. Rnssel
Parker, Rossland
wife, London, E
Klla Masoni, E*
Masoni, Moutrea
Montreal: J. E.
lingers, Toronto.
Pbair-D. J.
Wis. ; l.nniso Bre-
Olga Scbmoll, j
Mint/., Fmrest D.
pany; Mrs Whet
worth ; Miss Oan
F, Barns, Proote
don ; T. B. Ella,
Poir, Victoria; G
ton ; A. R. Mackf
Those who ha
McLaughlin's mi
vited to do so. S
dow aud the olab
COA1
American Steel
Large Interes
Pittsbntg, Pa.,
est remaining t
the Pittsburg d
purchased by tb
and the property
tensively at once
recently organi/.i
The tract ineludf
the choicest steal
nnd was scoured
Glimpses o
Tho Minor hat
No, :i of "(llimi
The latest munb
did pictures of
troops in actio
of views in the
(if the wm Id an
of Portfolio! Noi
sale for "no ootrj
NELSON
NELS
Iron und Itrn** <
(Ion.   it. pi
H.*i2 AH
JOHN 1
Domini
Provini
LandS
46g
MII'AU'llKIt, !
DlllKl TllRAI
lilt Ail-. I- HA*
111 HA HI AC
Hill Al I IN TIIK N
Till IIISTHICT
\\ I1BRB l.'K'A
���I \IN. ON THK
ItlVKIt.
rpAKKNOTlOl
I    Ml one's Curt
agent for lie- Has
nil.-. I.imlluil. K.V
diiy* from the dal.
Ing Recorder fori
for tho imrpoHO of
i In- nhovc claims.
Ami further Ink
wctlon 117, imiHi. ii-
iiianAS ol Much Ce
Iintod this Iwen
IM
BRIEF LOCALS.
Oapt. nnd Mrs. Duncan leavo tcdav
for San Francisco for a three months
visit, dipt. Duncan goes on BOOOUUt ot
his health. Tho captain's son, Mr.
William Duncan, is going down to the
Isthmus uf Panama.
Rehearsals (or Pinafore are taking
place overy night now and will continue every evening until 'the opera is
presenter]. The chorus is getting into
good fonn and aro showing the result
of the oarefnl training of Director
Stoiner. The box ollice will open
Monday at 10 O'olook and until then
positively no bcoking will be made.
The retaining wall at the Club Hotel
corner will be tinished today. The
other improvements on Stanley Stroet
are being rapidly carried ahead. The
new side walk in front of Alderman
McKillop'" hns been completed aud
the street is being reduced to grade
Mr. MoKillop is building a retaining
wall in front of his bouse mid will
erect a fence on tho top of Ihe wall.
In a few dayj now the worst part ol
the hill on Stanley Street will be a
tiling or tbe past. Many of tho houses,
however will be quite a distance
above the street level.
MAY TWENTY-FOUR AT  KASLO.
Queen's Birthday Celabratiou Will Be
a Record   Breaker.
Kaslo, April 20.���Kaslo's May 24th
celebration will bo a wonder; it will
heat all previous Queen's birthday celebrations in the Kootenay. A very
attractive piogrammo of sports bas
been arranged and tbo city is prepared
to welcome large crowds from Sandon,
Nelson, Rossland, Bonner's Ferry, and
other places. In fact the whole town
of Sandon has promised to coins, while
tbe Nelsou Rifles, Odd Follows, and
Knights of Pythias will he here. The
Odd Fellows have chartered tho steamer International to In ing the big crowd
from Nelson.
Great preparations nro hoing made
by the celebration committee. Yoster-
day the joint committees of the Oity
ODnuoil nnd tho celebration decided to
call for tenders for fmoing the ball
groi nds, nnd erecting a grand stand.
Tbe grand stand will bo placed on the
brow of the hill overlooking the
bridge.
CISSIE LOFTUS.
Newport News. Va., April 20.���Cie-
eie Loftus, the English runsiu ball
Biuger, who is resting nt Old Point
Comfort, while walking on the pier
suffered an attack of vertigo. She was
standing over the stringpiece when
the nttack camo upou her, and falling,
she lolled overboard. Coxswain Delem,
nf "the U. 8. Training Ship Mononga-
hela leaped into the water and effected
a rescue.
"Three Classes oi Mei)."
I send by mail in a plain "sealed envelope my little
book "Three Classes ol Men," or you may call at my
office for same. It contains the truths I have learned
from 30 years' experience as a specialist in the treatment of all weaknesses of men, young and old, which
result from youthful errors or latter excesses. It tells
of my famous Dr. Sanden Electric Belt, the world's
remedy for such. You put the Dr. Sanden Electric
Belt comfortably around your waist at night. It cures
while you sleep. No drugs to wreck the stomach, but
simply nature's own restorer, 7,000 testimonials in
1898; Worn by women as well for Rheumatism,
Lame Back, Nervousness, etc. Write to-day for
above book, and let me go over your case and advise
with you, free of charge, or I chall be pleased to have
you drop in at my office for consultation. I make no
charge for such, and am always ready to show my
wonderful'Electric Belt. Do not be deceived by those
who have belts which they claim are the same or as
good as the Sanden.    Write or call today.
DR. M. SANDEN
^   474 Main St. Winnipeg-
Office Hours:   9 to 6.
r       JUST   RECEIVED     ^
Finest Assortment of
CARPETS
Bitissels, Velvets, Tapestry, Axminster and All-Wool
RUGS
Smyrna,, Teciiinseh.
ART  SQUARES
Maple Lenf, Kaniila, Victor.
AXMINSTER   MATS
LINOLEUM-Neat and Fancy Pattern, in 8-ft. and 12 f|. w���m,s
D. M'ARTHUR & CO.
Baker and Ward Streets.
TheNelsoiiElectricTrarawayCo Ltd,
LOTS FOR SALMON EASY TERMS
Large number Choice Building Lots adjacent to the
line of their Tramway. For price and terms of sale apply
at the office of the Company, Macdonald Block, Corner of
Josephine and Vernon Streets.
 T. C. DUNCAN Secretary
Special ploUse Otferiijgs
We're winning heaps of glory in the Blouse  section  these  days  and   making  staunch  friends
among careful shoppers,    We want to increase the good will that is  existing by
giving a few seasonable offerings in Blouses.    These represent lines
we can do without.    That's why we make price so  little
2 Dozen Print Blouses, in stripes of Blue, Black, Pink, Heliotrope.    This season's  goods  and
all fast Colors.    Special to clear 50c.
2 Dozen Print Blouses, Fancy Stripes, Fast Colors, Latest Styles.    Special to clear 75c.
5 Dozen Percale Blouses, Pique Yoke, stripe or fancy patterns.    Special to clear $1.25,
Martin O'Reilly & Co.
Huston Block. Baker St.
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The anniversary parade of tho Koote-
By Lodge No. 1(1, I. 0. O. P., will be
held Sunday, April 10, at 2 :!10 p. m. to
St. Saviour's Church. Visiting brethren cordially invited.
B ���
LUMBER.
Delivered to an any point on
Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock
on hand of
BOUGH AND
DKESSE1) LUMLEK,
SHINGLES.
MOULDINGS, SASH D001M
INSIDE FINISH.
COAST FLOORING
and
FINISHED LUMBER.
Mill at PILOT BAY.
Yards, NELSON and LARDO,
HEAD   OFFICE
.^EiisoiLsr.
J.   A.   SAYWARD.
E. J.SCOVIL
MINING 11IK1KI It.       IVOTAKV FliKLIf.
Wludernioro MIdoh.   Corroup  - onnoSol'.citod
WINDERMERE, 6. 0.
FOR SALE
Lot on Baker Street, east of the
Queen's Hotel.
6-Roomcd House and 2 Lots,
with lawn, garden, trees, etc., in
good location.
6 Good Building Lots, only one
b ock from school house.
4 Lots, with Improvements, near
Opera House.
8-Room  House and  Lot, close in,
only   1650, on easy terms.
Will report on and investigate Mines
and Mining Propositions. -Advise as to
the best snited working, and. ore treatment methods. Will secure capital and
find a market.
All correspondence strictly confidential.
Permanent address:
O. M. ROSENDALE,
P. O. Box 404 Portland. Oregon.
TO LET
Two cottages on Hendryx
Street near Victoria, each
containing four rooms and
lean-to. Apply "J. C.,"
Miner Office.
I have now in stock a line
of all classes of
TWEEDS, WORSTEDS
and SERGES.
Special Line of Tweed Suitings at
E. SKINNER,
Successor to Fred J. Squire-
F. J. SQUIRE. MANAGER
FOR SALE.
Ten acres, with large honse close to
Nelson. Fine situation for keeping
poultry. Good fowl honse. Apply X,
Box (i!i:i, Post Office, Nelson
A. R- BARROW, a.m. i.c.e.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Cornor Viotoria and Kootonay Sts,
Y. O. Box 658. Telophono No. 96
HftH entered upon lis BECOND QUAUTKIt
with onlnrgol accomuiodation nnd increased
nieilit:eH fur promoting theIntorcUof BtudcDiH.
Evoning SetielonH Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays.
HoR-lster early.
llooin 7, Victoria lllock. Josephino Streot.
F. ���. <;ui:i:>
1 .1. < 1 .mi:ws
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil   Engineers   and Provincial
Land Surveyors,
P. O. Box 145
NoIhoh.BR
COAL!   COAL
Great Reduction!
BMMk $9.65 per Ton
OROW3 NKST jjjgjg   pe|. To���
COAL
DELIVERED.
c.w.west&co.
TKLKPHONB 33.
**t^***#fc^
FOR RENT
3 Houses for Rent.
See Annable
KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
Our Fresh Routed Coffee Best of
Quality, us follows :
Java nnd Aniliiiui Mocha, per pound f   id
Java and Moeliu Hlend, :l jsjuiids  1 (K)
Fine Saul os, 1 pounds  1 00
:..hn-   I'.l-n-1, /. pounds  1 00
Our  HiM.-eiallllend, li pounds  1 00
Our Hlo IIobhi, li pounds  1 00
A TRIAL Olilll'll Slll.lllllll.
Salesrooms :
2 doors ea8t of oddfellows
blook, w. baker st.
INlELSON, - B.  C.
Poty'fc Worn).
aethueT gee,
Merchant Tailor,
Josephine Street,
CAN   FIT  YOU.
Suits from $25.00 Up.
...L. POGUE...
���VOR���
Harness and  Saddlorv
Tha Ii'im-Hnk shop, Lures
Btooki Bwtuwortod stook
on lint id.   B&rnen, Cui-
1/irH ot ben!  nmkc'H.Hiirl-
ClIOH.       lllllllkfllH,        JtilllH
Whips UruitliOM, OOlODi
oto.
Prfcorf Mal.infi\nlory.
Cnll und hco.
Cor.  Ward   nnd   Tinker
itnift**
GUT FLOWERS
Bouquets for Marriages,
Halls and Dinner Parties
made up ol the choicest
flowers and in the most
artistic manner. Funeral
designs of any description,
Call and see me before
sending your order any
other place.
        -1  n
NELSON WINE CO.,
where ron can depond on RoLLing tho bost
timndnln tha nmrkul. find any quantity from
1<*\ up,   PrlcoH cannot bo deputed,
tiiom: :i.{.
Frank A. TAM8LYK, Mgr.,
Baker Street, Nelson
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If you want
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BARGAINS
in Glassware..
or Crockery ware
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Give us a call, as our whole stock must be sold in a few days  %
Telephone io. %
Post Office Box K & W. %
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Wilson

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