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Array Provincial Library g31oo
Daily Edition No. 823
Nelson,   British Columbia, Thursday Evening,   September 6, 1900.
Eleventh Year
IN THE
PROVINCE
Eastern Capitalist Will Make
Good   Report   of
Kootenay.
General   News   From   The
Miner Correspondent
at Kaslo.
(SPECIAL TO TUB MINIMI.)
Kaslo, 11. C, Sepl, 0, The Kaslo-
Slooan Development Company, which
nun..  claims  iii   tin' Wliilo    Grouse
Country, lias been    oil   encouraged
In ;i visit just paid to tlie property by
,1. II. Si-.-mil. ono of tin' chief of tho
OrilUa, Ontario, sbareboldors, who
Imlils ii lingo interest iii the oompany,
Mi. Si .inil. when Interviewed by
The Miner lollay. stated tlnil   lie   wns
highly delighted with bis Inspection
of the  olaittiH and   would   be able to
lake back n most   satisfactory   report
to liis friends in Ontario. Tlie hare-
hiiltlers nl the company hero al] met
.Mr. Secord ami he mado to them a
lihe statement. All llio assessment
work hns heen duly chine this year nil
the company's properly antl next year
il is hoped ih;,I netive opera!Inns
will lie pursued, Mr Secord Intends
in return here next July and hopes to
iiitei'-.-I nn,i i   his   eastern   friends
lo place money in this Province,
llo seems unable to speak too well ol
the resources of the Kootonay anil
doubtless will prove nn advertiser for
iliis ilisiiiei when he returns home,
which he will do he snys.when be bus
recured u mountain goal lie does nol
Intend to return east without that
murk nf his prowoss as a sportsman.
lirouse shooting is good In this district. Hunters who have tried tbeir
luck up Campbell Creek, al Kemp's
siprlngB, nt Mirror Lake and other
places have almost Invariably returned with pretty heavy  bags,
A large pnrty of English relations
are staying here as the guests of Mr,
and Mrs, George Alexander. Mr,
Alexander is the manager of the
Whitewater and other properties.
S. S. Connauton, of tho   Lode  star
c pany, left today with   his   family
for Vancouver, lie expects to make n
Irlp to England this fiill to meet the
directors of tho company and give
litem an  account   of the condition of
tilings here.
I'ho City Council has finally passed
the by-law supplementing by 830 n
month the salary paid l.y the Provincial Government to the sohool principal. The by-law to purchase a oity
park has heen road a lirst time.
The police ,.,,ni.t u..ls |, ocntre of Interest Tuesday when two eases of disturbing the pence were heard, fines
of 820 ami 830 respectively were Imposed.
 ne return   of   the   ICcslo   dele*
p'les from the Liberal convention al
Kevelstoke, a Literal Association
"Hi no formally organized for this
city uml district.
Toronto
FllOM Tout into.
Sept. li.���1. .1. l.iy. t^. ('.,
11 l'. P., hns received a cablegram
announcing that Lleutenani .1. L.
Uwlor has heen killed in Smith Africa. No details of luiw the young olli-
<''i' mot his death were given, The
late Lieutenant Lawlor was burn in
1'"'"iil.i :;ii years ago, and was the son
ofthe late Dr. Michael Lawlor,
ELECT BISHOP,
Kingston, Sept. 0,���After several
allots hail boon taken at yesterday's
seasson of the Ontario Sv'ni.i, Arch*
',,eac��n Mills of Montreal, was oleetod
Coadjutor Bishop of Ontario.
wife nmi eight children, the youngust
being only two weeks old.
K. ,1.   Mel.eiiiinii,   manager  of  the
Merchants' Hank, t'arberry, is Buffering from an attack of typhoid fever,
Mr. MoLelland   was a member of  the
Merchants'   Bank    stall'   here   until   a
couple of months ago,
VV, .1. Lindsay, president of the
Western Agricultural and Arts Association was removed to the hospital
today Buffering from typhoid.
CANADIAN STOCK UP.
Toronto, Sept. ii. ���Dr, Barnado nf
England, the famous reclaimer of tho
young, is in the city. When interviewed, he expressed himself Us surprised at the evidence of prosperity
existing in the Dominion compared
with bis visit of seven yenrs ago. lie
stilted that tin' stuck uf Canadians has
gone up to tho top notch in England
within the past, year, adding that It
was a great thing tu be a Canadian
iu London nowatlays.
BETTER
PROSPECTS
Russia
drawn
Will   Pn
1 uf  Her  T
bably Delay With*
���oops   From l'ekin.
Loud
slgnati
ill.    Sepl.
1 in some
,. What is now ,1c-
quarters as   an   al-
111
t, Mini lu cstabl
rue Doctr ne''
to modification,
of the continued
ers are believed
.h   a   " Russian Muu-
Asia seems  doomed
llenee    the pruspects
concord of the Pow-
o be Improved.    It is
thought the announcement of the
mimes of the four personages appointed by the Imperial edict as Chinese
peace commissioners will furnish
IJussia with a plausible rea.iin to
Join in the American demand for the
appointment of a mure satisfactory
commission, and give Russia ground
for delaying tlle Withdrawal trf her
troops from l'ekin until the Chinese
Imperial party slum's a more conciliatory disposition.
Accordng in a despatch from Shanghai it is reported there that Prlnco
Tuan. (the father of the heir apparent
and reported   leader   uf   tbe   extreme
antl-forelgn movement at the palace)
is hiding within easy reach of Pekin
awaiting the result of the present
conference of the Powers.
Rumors emanating from Shanghai
say that the expedition which it is
said will shortly start for Pan Ting
Fu (about 10 miles BOUthwest of Tien
Tsin) will go thence to Tal Yuan Fu,
inbuilt ;tun miles of Tien Tsin). the
capital of the Province of Shan si.
where the Dowager Empress, the Emperor and the court are sojourning, can*
be dismlssedafl fantastic.
PUNITIVE EXPEDITION.
Taku, Sept. i',. ���An expedition will
shortly start for Pao Ting Fu, clearing the villages en route, which were
the sent of the lirst Boxer outrages in
the Provinoe of (.'hi Ll, The Kussians intend to repair the railway
through to l'ekin, It is reliably asserted that native soldiers acting under orders of Li Hung Chang, are exterminating the Boxers in the Province of t'hi Ll.
REPORTED   ASSIGNMENT,
Vancouver, p, <\, sept, 0.-  It Is re-
l'n"''d here today that Ihe    llun.     tie*
*di BoBtoek, M. P., hns  made an as
M .anient.
mt Hi
*^r i_
BRANDON MOWS.
l!n""1"". Mnn., Sept. I',.-   .lames   A
'^''i'. engineer at tho Brandon asy
Med yesterday of   typhoid fever
a deal Involving 8M,000,000, that is to
be invested In Colorado gold mines by
the packers nmi their London partners, lie declined to divulge the
names of the properties until nil the
mines on whioh he hnd an option
Bhould have been transferred, liis
principals  in  the  negotiations  were
the   Armour   Ilavll  C f Chicago,
nnd Mayes .<��� Co., of London,
IN TROUBLE AGAIN.
Washington, D. C. Sept. (I.���Tho
United states Government have not
yet been informed aboul any further
respuiiscs that have been made by the
Powers to the Russian note respecting
the withdrawal of troops from Pekin. Therefore the negotiations on
this point cannot be said to have been
marked by any formal advancement
though it is known that unotHotal exchanges are in progress which doubtless are preparing the way for a formal agreement between the Powers in
the near   future.    The   I'nited   States
Government hits not yet received a
copy of the .Imperial edict referred to
in the Shanghai despatches naming
Earl Ll with several other Chinese
notables as plenipotentiaries to negotiate for a settlement with the powers
but. the Stale Department is advised
of the existence of such an edict.
BOXERS EXECUTED,
Tien Tsin. Sept. 0.���Four prominent Hoxers were executed In Tien
Tsin today. The French shot two and
the Japanese beheaded tho others.
The executions have had a good moral
effect,
The Forger llresau is Now in Trouble in London.
New York, Sept. 0,���Gordon Bres-
can. alias Dcssaner. linn been Sentenced iii three months Imprisonment ln
the London County session, for obtaining credit by false representations
from the proprietor of the Hotel Victoria, according to a despatch to The
World from London. Ilreseau had
posed as a French Count and entertained largely nt the hotel's expense.
When   arrested   lie   said   he had   lost
820, 1,000 by the recent   failure of an
American linn. At tho police sta-
linn he said he was a surgeon fnnn
New York. Afterwards in court he
said he was vice-president of a surety
company In Chicago. Hrcseau gained
notice ill tlle United States last April
by forging hills of large denominations and by his attentions to Miss
Helen Bertram, of the BoBtonians.
Miss Bertram was prostrated when
she learned that I'reseau was a forger.
INCREASE   OF    ALASKAN    DEER,
Herd Sent From Lapland Now Numbers  Three Thousand,
Duluth, Sept. 5.���Dr. Sheldon Jackson, chief Qovernment educational
commissioner for Alaska, who Is conveying across the continent '.'."i Laplanders, sent by the t'rovernment to
Alaska 30 months ago with reindeer
and now on their way to Jonkokk,
Lapland, is here. These Laps were
sent to Alaska early in the Klondike
excitement with reindeer to be used as
beasts of burden and food. The deer
were not useil for food, but were ]>er-
mltted to increase naturally and they
arc growing rapidly and have become
thoroughly aeclimated. .The Alaskan
herd now numbers 3,000.
Dr. Jackson is founding schools as
fast as the menus at his command will
permit. There is one at Point Barrow, another at Cape Clarence, another at Cape Prince of Wales, others at
Nome. St. Lawrence Island and elsewhere.
TELEGRAPHIC   BRIEFS.
Winnipeg, Sept. 5.��� Notice Is given
in the Canadian Gazette that John
Brlggs Brewster, of South Norfolk
municipality, Manitoba, will apply
to tbe Parliament of Canada at the
next session for tl bill of divorce from
his wife, Kastcr Brewster, of the
same municipality, on the ground of
adultery. Notice is also given that
.lames Stovel, of Edmonton, will also
apply for divorce from his wife, Margaret Stovel, now a resident of Wyandotte, Mich., and also on 'he ground
of adultery.
Kingston, (int.. Sept. 0.���The Grand
Priory of the Knights Templar of
Canada met in annual convention here
yesterday afternoon, Supreme Master
'.I. V. Ellis, M. I'., for St .lobn,
(now Senator Ellis), presiding.
111(1  MINIING  DEAL.
Denver.   Oolo.,     Sept.     0.- Mnrtin
Robinson, agent for  the Armour Ilavll Co.. of Chicago,   in   an   interview
.   last night, said that he   and Ills HUSO*
* 13 years of  age, and  leaves a elates bad just closed  the lirst perl of
Toronto. Sept. 0.���Lord Roberts
has cabled his acceptance of the Honorary Colonelcy uf the Queen's Own
Regiment, of this elty.
Yesterday was Farmer's Day, ami
05,000 persons attended the exhibition.
Kingston,   Ont.,   Sep;,  o.���Gunner
I'ratt and Drivers Davis and Arcouct-
te. of "A" Battery, deserted yesterday. They arc supposed to have gone
to Montreal and will probably be arrested there.
Portland, Ore.. Sept. li.���Tom Trur-
ey of Australia, was awarded the decision over Charles .lost, welterweight
champion of Oregon,   in  the second
round last night of what was to have
been a 80-round bout.
Chicago, Ills.. Sept. tl.��� As a    result
of the consolidation of 39 of the largest laundry concerns in the city Into
one corporation, prices have been ad*
vatiecd all along thc line. The capital
of the big conipany is two million dollars.
Kingston, Jamaica, Sept. o.���Bains
.and   high   winds   have   done   serious
damage to the banana and tobacco
plantations on the north  side  of tho
island.
PEOPLE'S
PARTY
New Political Party Launched
at Toronto  Last
Night.
They Have Adopted a Platform  Consisting of
Six Planks.
(SPECIAL TO TIIK MINER.)
Toronto, Sept. (i.���The People's
Party of Canada was formally launched last evening at a convention attended by '.'nu delegates, The convention adopted ii platform of six plunks,
as follows:
Ist. direct legislation ; 2nd, proportional representation; 3rd, public ownership of railways and other public
services; Ith, compulsory arbitration
of disputes between capital and labor:
..tb. Government banking: nth. public
employment for the unemployed.
The executive was Instructed to put
candidates in. the Held at thc forthcoming elections wherever practicable,
Prohibition got two votes out of the
'.'7 and was shelved.
POLITICAL POINTERS.
Cayuga. Ont., Sept. 6.���The Liberals of llaldiiuaml and Monek, Counties have nominated A. Thompson, a
barrister of this place,Mo oppose lion.
Dr.Montague at tbe next general elections.
Suinmers'de. P. E. I., Sept. (i.���The
Liberal-Conservatives of East Prince
have nominated Neil MoQuarrle, Q.
C., of this place, to oppose the Liberal member, Hell, who succeeded .luhn
Veo. appointed to the Senate.
Halifax. N. S.. Sept. li.���Hon. Wm.
Patterson and YV. S. Fielding reached
bete last night and this evening commence a political tour through the
Province.
Helena. Moot..Sept. ll.���The Republican State convention lias nominated
the following ticket: (Iovernor. David
E, Fulsome.; Lieutenant-Governors,
A.G, l.ennet and General T. Porter;
Secretary of State, A. N. Yeder, Congressman, S. O. Murray. The ticket
was completed today and the platform
adopted.
NAVAL RENDEZVOUS.
Britisli Squadron at Bar Harbor���A
Pro-Boer Incident,
liar Harbor. Me., Sept li.���There
was a splendid naval display here today when five British warships steamed into the inner harbor and tired a
national salute, whieli was returned
by the United States flagship New
York. Tbe British ships were ll. M.
S. Crescent.Hying the Hag of Vice-Admiral Bedford; the Psyche, Tribune,
Indefatigable and the torpedo boat
destroyer Quail, After an exchange
of salutes. Rear Admiral Farquhar
with his stall' made a formal visit to
Vice-Admiral Bedford on the Crescent
and at its conclusion a return call
was made by tho British officers,
added by their vice admiral. This
afternoon   a    "eception was   given    to
tlie olllcers of both squadrons,
���lust after the British ships dropped
anchor in the harbor this morning an
Incident of more than ordinary interest occurred. Near the shore path
Edward Van Nes. of New York
swung to tlle breeze from a stall' on
his lawn a' large Hoer Hag and addressed his friends in denunciation of
the British. Tlie flag-raising made
the people angry, and a do/en volunteered to cut the pole down without
further ceremony.
Chairman Wood of the board of selectmen called on Mr. Van Neti and
politely requested the flag be taken
down, bnt Mr. Van Ness refused to
grant the request, Chairman Wood,
together with Mr.Taylor, representing
the board of trade, and polioe offloors,
afterwards   renewed     the    request,
Again the owner   refused,   and   defied
the officers to remove it. Mr. Wood
thereupon applied the knife to the
pole and the standard lloated to earth
amid cheers of those assembled. Mr.
Van Ness was one of the committee to
receive the Hoer commissioners when
they visited this country lie has been
requested to resign from the Gentlemen's Club.
SHOT HY A BROTHER,
Troy, Idaho, Sept. 0.���Late yesterday evening, about one-fourth of a
mile from Troy.'Orie Day was shot
and killed by his brother. Ed. Hay.
The shooting was purely accidental.
The gun, a It-Winchester, was lying
on the ground, the hammer resting at
half cock. Ed Day picked it up,
While in the act of raising it tbe
hammer slipped and the gun was discharged, the ball striking Orle ln the
left side, passing through bis bowels
and lodging in the right side. A
physieiau^was immediately called, but
the boy died in half an hour. The
body will be interred today. Orie Day
was 17 years old and Ed is three years
younger. The family are recent arrivals here.
ROBERT LEMON
FOR WARDEN
An Old-Timer to Succeed   Capl. Fitz-
sfubbs at the   Provincial Jail.
Within a day or two tbe appointment of a successor to Warden FltZ-
Btubbs of the Provincial jail here will
be announced. The name appearing
in the ollicial announcement will
probably be that of Robert 10. Lemon,
who had an application in early and
whose friends have been strenuously
working in his behalf. Mr. Lemon's
rival for the position was Mr. .1. II.
Nolan, formerly deputy customs collector at Wilncta, and latterly a Provincial constable. Mr. Nolan had
plenty of support, but was evidently
not as strong in that respect as Mr.
Lemon.
It is possible, of course, that some
thing may occur to interfere with Mr.
Lemon's appointment but this i.s not
likely. There is no one in Nelson
better known than is Mr. Lemon, lie
is a pioneer of the early days, and has
made and lost in^tbe Kootenays a considerable amount of money,
A SPORTING OFFER.
W. C. Whitney Will ltaee Ballyhoo
Boy Vor Any Amount o; Money.
New York, Sept. li.���The rivalry
between Vi. C. Whitney and .lames It.
Keene. promises to result in one of
the greatest match races the American
turf has bad, says The World. Mr.
Whitney has authorized The World to
state that he will match Ballyhoo Boy
against either Tommy Atkins or Com*
iiiamlo, the choice of Messrs. Keene.
for any amount of money the Keenes
may name.
A PUZZLING CASE.
Watertown, N. Y., Sept. li.���Mrs.
Wm. F. Rose, of Copenhagen, whose
ease has baffled the medical fraternity
of the state died yesterday. During
the past few years she has had fifty
operations performed and nearly three
thousand pounds of fluid taken from
her bodv.
The Nelson delegates who attended
the Liberal-Conservative convention
which was held in New Westminster.
August :t() and 31, returned to the city
last evening. The party consisted of
John Elliott, Frank Fletcher and John
Toye. Mr. Elliott said this morning
that thc convention was a great success. There Is u strong feeling, not
only among those who attended the
convention, but throughout the entire
Province, that the present Govern.
ment will be overturned lit the ensuing   election.    The manner in   which
the   affairs of  tin nvention   were
conducted will leave a much more
favorable impression than the Liberal
convention which was held tit Van*
coauver some time ago, and where
tbe services of the police were required to quell the disturbances whieh
arose.
Three prisoners came before Judge
Forin this morning at the Court
Bouse to elect for trial. George
Mitchell, who was commttod for trial
for stealing at Kaslo on September
1. pleaded not guilty and asked for
time to prepare for a defence. A.
Illinium, who elected for Bpectly trial.
on a charge of Indecent assault pleaded not. guilty, and will be tried at
Kossland on a dale Bxcd hy the judge.
John Manderson. who was upon a
charge of fraud, asked for time to
prepare u defence.
FROM
ANDREE
Letter Found In a Bottle On
Northeast Coast of
Norway.
First Authentic  Information
of   the  Long  Lost
Expedition.
(IIY ASSOCIATKll I'lllCSS.)
New York, Sept. 0.���The harbor
master of Variloe, the most northeasterly Norwegian port on the Arctic
Ocean, has sent to The Herald tin- following :
"Vardoc, Sept. _..��� A bottle from
Andrce containing a note numbered
143 has becen found foul miles east of
Vardoc. "
Andrce took with him on his balloon
voyage in 1S1I7, twelve despatch
buoys, each consisting of a sphere of
cork, coated with paint and protected by a net work of copper wire. At
the upper portion was a copper stopper inscribed with tbe words, "An-
dree's Polar Expedition, 1807," and a
number. This stopper closed a cavity
cut in the cork to receive the messages
whieh were to be enclosed.
BRIEF DESPATCHES.
Toronto. Sept. 5,���Dr. Ilodgetts,
secretary of the Bed Ciobs Society
in Toronto, has received a cablegram
from Major Higgar. dated Capetown,
August .'III. saying: "Men well looked after by agents out along the
line. "
New York, Sept. li.���According to a
telegram received by tbe Art Student's
League, the Paris exhibition gold
medal bus been awarded to the
League's exhibit.
Chicago. Sept. li.���The body of
Archibald C. llaynes, supposed to
have been a wealthy resident of New
York and connected with a New York
Life Insurance Company, was found
lying on a bed in a room at Stafford's
Hotel last night. From appearances
the man had been dead for many
hours and the police believe that be
committed suicide.
Sarnia, Ont,. Sept. ii.���Charles Mae-
Ken/.ie, ex-M. P. P.. a brother of the
late Hon. Alexander MacKeiizie, is
dead, lie had been in ill health for
some time.
Hamilton. Out.,Sept.ll. ���Barry Led-
yard,son of President of the Michigan
Centarl Railroad, Detroit,and a brother of Baroness Von Ketteler, whose
husband was murdered by tbe Chinese
in Pekin was married today to Miss
Maud Ilenkrye, ,laughter of Vi. Heii-
drye. a well known" railway cartage
agent and horse fancier of this elty.
The event was a most fashionable one
the ceremony being performed by
Kev. Dr. Lyle iu the Central Presbyterian Chinch.
Koine. Sept. ii. ���Harry Fengell and
Geo. Langhey who were lost yesterday iu the Catacombs,were found at .1
o'clock this morning by German student f.lends, who carrying torches
and guided by the Archaeologist, Signor Marllcchi. had searched for them
nil night long.
Denver, Col, Sept. I!. ���Albino Woven, is years old. daughter of llauso
llloven. proprietor of the Metropolitan
hotel, was shot and Instantly killed
on Sixteenth Street by Vi. C.Mluragur,
a rejected admirer, who has lieen employed as a cook iu her father's hotel. The murderer was arrested. He
had   swullowrd   a dose of  poison, but
antidotes were  promptly  administer*
ed and he will recover.
San Francisco. Sept. li.--Judge De
Haven, in the United States circuit
court today, held ^Julius H. Arnolil,
the English lawyer, son of Sir Eilwin
Arnold, accused of cinhcx/.llng tbe
fundi of clients, for extradition. Tbe
prisoner will be detained pending the
signing   of the   necessary    pu|>,.rs   by
President McKinley,
1 Nelson  Daily  Miner,   Thursday  Evening,  September 6, 1900.
The Nelson Miner
Published  ftvi.ry   Afternoon   l_xcu)_t Sunday
���1.v TIIK���
NELSON   PUBLISHING   CO.
Limitkd Liability.
I). J. BEATON,
Provident mnl Managing Edltoi
r.
K. C. BEATON,
Bualnosfl Managor.
LONDON OFFICK:
ii;. Flool Streot, K. C,
Contra!  i'iv-- Agonoy, l.i'i., bJposial
Aki-iiIh
SUBSCRIPTION 1UTKS.
.    03a
% 7 00
WEEKLY  MINKH:
91 25
Weokly. por yoar	
.    ���_' 00
Weakly, per yoar, foreign
..  :. 00
Subvert pilous Invariably in ndvunoo.
All Ohook" should 00 irado rnyftbl
n to lho
order   of   NELSON    L'UBMBIUNO    ft)
MI'ANV,
Limitkd.
THK STORY OK THE  BALLOTS.
If the member of the Legislature
who moved for ,'i return showing "the
number of ballots actually issued to
voters In each Hiding of the Province" nt the last general election had
asked for the actual number of votes
cunt we would have in tho return produced the exact Btory told by the
polls. There were a number of spoiled ballots, and as many of these were
"issued to voters" who doubtless had
the sense to iisk for others the return
brought down in obedience to the order of the House will show an excess
of ballots over actual voters. The
difference, however, cannot be great,
and for all practical purposes the tig-
ures as given may be accepted as correct. They show, as everybody would
expect, a rather shocking inequality
in the distribution of seats as represented in the Legislature.
The total of used ballots was '.'7.17:.'.
which would give  the :is members an
average of 715. If all the constituencies were over 000 and under Will there
would be no crying necessity for a
redistribution. There are a few of
thut character ���Delta. 7'.".i: Dewdney,
r,:il; Kevelstoke,sun: Victoria City (4),
3,062; Nanaimo city. 873; and Comox,
043, These are near enough to the
average, whieh may be taken as our
unit of representation, to escape the
aspersion of being scandalous. Hut
against these we have Alberni, 302,
and Rossland, 2,031, That is. one
elector in Alberni emints as much in
the House as 13 iu Kossland. That
Is too lunch of a discrepancy, and of
course a redistribution   is   necessary.
No one is in tlie least disposed to
question this, and as a matter of fact
no one does question it. The only
subject of difference in connection
with the matter is in regard to the
time at which this should be done.
As the census iu April next will give
us additional Information, and us
there is no present prospect of an
early dissolution, the Legislature is in
u postlon to take its time and proceed
leisurely.
The matter has to be well considered, Ami the lirst point to decide is as
to the claim of Vancouver Island to a
representation in exoessof Its due proportion, It is the olilest portion of
the Province, and is the seat of Government; whether these entitle it tn
tlie speolal consideration it bus recelv
ed Is a question that will engage the
careful attention of tbe Legislature
in the earliest stage of the forthcoming measure of redistribution, It will
perhaps be difficult to show that an
elector   ou the    Island    is   , utitled   to
more weight than   ol n   tlie Main.
bind, and it might be as well    if   ih
attempt to  do so were  not   made.    If
the  Mainland  haa the preponderance
of population it should be given representation accordingly, In fact
there should be no distinction between Islam! ami Mainland, but after
ascertaining th,   unit !������ be used as a
basis    II olistilllelleie.     ,,f    I,,. 111    nr
either should be   made t nforra  tn
it as nearly as possible, This will i.,.
the fair redistribution, ami it is mill
the fair one that will give general
and lasting . nti-.mi mn.
VALL-i A 111 BOO,
tended that thc nomination shall be
taken seriously.and before the game is
played out his opponents may poHSi-
bly regard it us quite serious enough;
bnt it Is uot easy to so take it ncver-
tlieless. Mr. tialliher Is "one of thc
boys," and is esteemed as a very good
fellow; but it would puzzle the wit
of man to say anything cIbo iu bin
favor that would afford a legitimate
recommendation for his election as a
member of Parliament, If Mr. (lalliber is anything at all in the political
life of this constituency it is us an adventurer iu search of opportunities for
advancing his own fortunes. No one
will   pretend that   he   bus   a stake or
standing   in   the   community   that
would give weight to bis presence in
the House of Commons, and unless
we entirely misapprehend the character it, is most essential to attach to
Parliament the lirst requisite In a
candidate is that guarantee of responsibility whieli commands respect and
invites attention. If Parliament is to
be made the stamping ground of adventurers, who regard politics lis tt
mere game and the House of Comuious
us tbe theatre in which to display
their adroitness iu making the most
of it for themselves, we do not know
but Mr. tialliher would do as well an
another. But if we desire to preserve
to It the character it has taken from
such names as Baldwin, Macdonald,
Curlier, Brown, Tilley, Mackenzie,
aud Blake we shall esteem it a duty
to elect as our representative a person
wlio has something more than a carpetbag to offer as a guarantee of his
good faith.
Thc Miner today publishes a short
press dispatch to the effect that Mr.
linstock bus assigned. We are still
hoping that the report is a mistake,
for it can only mnn, if true, that he
has experienced such financial reverses
as to render him unable to meet bis
liabilities. Such a story as this will
come us a gieat surprise, as Mr. Bos*
lock was regarded as a wealthy man.
lie is known to have been un enterprising oue, ever ready to help in any
undertaking that promised to advance tbe general interests of the
Province. If his investments have involved him in trouble, the feeling
among all classes und everywhere
throughout the country will be one of
genuine regret.
Grouse may be killed from Sept. 1
to Deo. 31. Blue grouse may Ire sold
during thc season, but it is unlawful
to sell other varieties at any time.
Partridge, pheasant, and quail are not
to be killed at all. The open season
for duck is from Sept. 1 to Keby. 28,
but it is not lawful for anyone person
to kill more than two hundred and
fifty. It is unlawful to kill at any
time the caribou cow or calf, fawn,
elk cow or calf, moose cow or calf, or
mountain sheep or lamb. The open
season for hare is from Sept. 1 to Dee.
31, bnt it is not to be offered for stile
hefore (let. 1. Plover may be killed
from Sept. 1 to 1'cby. 'is, and may be
sold during the season. Non-residents
are forbidden to shoot without a license.
This interesting bit of political gossip Ih taken from The Vancouver
World: "The report is current in
Victoria, and we give it for what it
is worth, that the reconstruction of
the Cabinet, as was agreed upon in tlle
convention held iu this city lust June
by the Government and its supporters,
will take place Immediately. Hon.
Messrs. Dunsmuir. Kberts and Mc-
llride will continue, while Messrs.
Turner, Wells und Prentice will drop
nut, Mr. Turner tailing the position
of Agent-General In London. The Intention is to make the (iovernment B
purely Conservative one. Mr. Dunsmuir will continue to he Premier, and
Mr. Kberts Attornev-lfeneriil. linn.
Mr.   McBride   will become Provincial
Secretaryt Mr. Green, of Blooan, Minister ,,f Mines; and Price lOllison, of
Vernon, Chief Commissioner of Lands
.nni Works.
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A Liberal convention has nominate,1
Mr. Galliher, of Nclsnn. as tbe (iovernment candidate for the constituency of Vale-i ni-ibiHi.    It la no doubt In-
NOTICE.
An Kvtinordinary    Heeling   of   the
sharelmhlers of the Broken lllll    Mm
Ing  and    Development   Co.,    Limited
Liability, will be held at the ollice of
the Company al Ymir. ll. c, September luth, |lam, at 2 o'clock lu the afternoon.
A. BEB1URD HICK WORTH,
Secretary-Treasurer. |
The End of
The Season
Finds   us   with   a   few   pairs   of    Men's
and Women's Summer Shoes
on hand, and these we have marked down
very low. Yon may find your size in the
lot if you call early.
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Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
rpHOUl'K a, CO. Limitod���Oorvor Vornon
X and Oedar Streets, r_ol_.uu���Manufacturer*) of nnd wholesale duuloiu in uorutud waters
and fruit syrups, Bole iucuiiIh for Uatuyon llui
Springs miiiui-ai water.   Telephone IK).
"\rKLSUN   i?OI��A    WAThlt    KAlTOItY
JJl    N. M, Cniiiinins, U'ssee���Kvery known
variety of soft drinks,   1* o itox k_. Telephone
No. 31. Huover direct. Nolson,   hottlt rsof the
famous tit. Leon Uottipiings Mlnoral Water.
ARCHITECTS
C.ANK & MACDONALD ill. Oano, Janios
/ A. Maodonald) Archil outs nnd superintendents, broken Mill block, oorner Bakoi nnd
Ward Streets, fiolson,
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
CIGARS
KOOTKNAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING
UOt���Manufacturers uf Uio lioym Seal
nmi Kootonay Belie Cigars. Factory and
Ollloo, Hnkor htrcul, JNolsuiL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Two cars jnst unloaded.    We have a
nice assort ment of
Steel  Ranges and Hot Blast
Heating Stoves.
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M'LACHLAN   BROS.
SUCCESSORS   TO
Vancouver  Hardware Co.,   Limited
Baker Street, Nelson.
If J. KVAXS & CO.���Buker Streot, Nolls sou���Wholesale dealers in liquors, ot*
gai'B, coiuonti lire brick and fire clay, water
plpo and i-Iul'1 nuis, mnl gouural commission
merchants.
guperflous Hair
This is one of tite most unsightly, masculine, distressing and humiliating blemishes that any lady
ofa sensitive disposition can be afflicted with,
THE ONLY CURE
There i.s but one method by which lo rid yours f forever of
this obnoxious growth and that is by Electrolysi (the Electric
Needle process). Therefore ladies troubled with this disfigurement should consult a Specialist, one who does nothing else,
and who is trustworthy. The manager of the Chicago Electrolysis Co. is tit present in Nelson at the Hume Hotel and is prepared to consult with and treat those affected.
ROOM   15,   HUME HOTEL.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, M_ C.
ft   ______ _______d__j________t _-___   -ft
Branoh Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Easlo
Sandon, Three Porks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful a**4 prompt attention.
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FRESH       EGGS      FRESH
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Arriving dnily at KIRKI'ATRICK & WILSON'S.
Guaranteed Strictly Fresh Ranch E^gs.
35c Per Dozen.
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REnEflBER   THE   PLACE :
KIRKPATRICK   & WILSON.
(Burns' Old Stand.)
Telephone 10. P 0 Box, K and W
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KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
Oiirl'Vesli Roasted < lofTee Hest of
Quality   iih follows :
iHV/l Mil,]   ,\ntl,Inn   *t l(H.l I,   ]>  'I   l.i'Mll.l ...f     H
.InviM-iiil .Mm I.��� Illi ml. ;i jm,nni]-   1 i*i
1 im I I ..nl,..   I |Mi.i,i        1 (Kl
Manlo* lllonil, 6 poind.  I Ifl
Our   "|..','i.ilMi"nii. i; pi,ii mi:.  I in,
Our Itm Kim-i, �� pound,. 1 in
A TBI ��l. ill lll'K I III.K ITKII.
Hai.i;hhiiii��'.h :
2 DOORS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOOK, W. BAKER ST.
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v. o. GBBBN      F. s. cr.E__i__.Ts
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyor!.
P. O, Box Ut Melson, a a
E. J. SCOVIL
MI1UN41   HBOItKV,       flOTAHY l-| nil.!.
Wlmlofinoro MIhoh.   Corronp ��� race Sol .clbed
WINMUiMKKK. 4. 0.
FRUITS AND CONFECTIONER'S
J   A. M'DONALD- Madden Ulock, Nalson-
���   Kr.iits, lco i.iuiiui, "U. B." ohooolato.
tugli cIuhm confooUoi'ery.   l^o Orouni Pai'lon
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
BltACKMAN-KHK MILLING IM)., Lin.
Wholesale itml rot&U iltiulers in ^ruiii,
buy, (lour, fund, Mills at Victoria, Now Wont*
tUlUBlor; KilinonU.ii, Alto, tflovttiora on (Jul-
guryanu Kdmonton Hallway. Manufacturer*
or tlie celebrated U, 5c !����� brand cerealtti
CNCOR POBA W 16TO_
Just unloaded
Another car of
GROCERIES
A    MACDONALD   &   Co.   Cornur   Front
���  unit j lull btreota���Wholesale grocers
und jobbers in blonkots, glovos, mitts, ' i:���.
rubbers, inaokinaws und uuners1 -u mines*
LUMBER
XT ELSON SAW AND PLANING MILL-
A^i oiliuu oorner Hull and b'rout WU'oets,
oelson���Lumber, colling, llooring, and every
thing in wood lor ii-11iii111. purposes. Oct our
pricuH.  Correspondence solicited.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
1")   BURNS & Co.���Baker Slreet, Nelson-
.   ���    Wholesalo dealers in  fresh and cured
nieaih.   Colli StoruKe.
WEST   KOOTENAY    BUTCH Kit   CO.-
Haker Slieel, Nelson- Wholesale deal
ors in fresh und cured moats.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
IAWKKNCE JIAUDWAKE CO - Hakct
J Street, Nelson ��� Wholesale d.ulais it;
hardware, minors' supplies, sporting goods,
etc,
M'LACHLAN UHOS. (Successors to Van
oouver UardwaroCo, Ltd.) Baker street.
Nelson \\ holesale dealers in hardware and
mining supplies, plumbers' and tinsmiths' supplies.
KULSON    HAHDWAHE   CO.- Wholesale
paints, oils and glhss; mechanics' tools.
Agents foi Ontario I'owdor Works; dynamite
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rpURNKR, BKKTON fc Co.���Oorner Vornon
1 and JObCphine Streets, Nelson���Whclfr
Bale dealers in liquors, cigars, and dry goods.
Agents for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.
| UDSON'S BAY Co.- Wholesale groceries
and liquors eta, Baker Streot, Nelson.
II
CCALIFORNIA WINECO-Limited-Cornei
J Kront, and Hull streets. Nelson���Wholesale dealers in wines (ease and bulk), und
domestic und imported cigars.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & FRUITS
JY. GRIFFIN & CO.-Comer Vornon und
���   Josephine 8treet8|  Nelson ��� Wholesale
dealers in provisions, cured meats, batter and
eggs.
LUmber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles,
Mouldings, Sash Doors
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber*
Mill Bt PILOT HAY. lards, NKI.SON
and LARDO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD,
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers ol Fine Lager
Ueei and Potter,
DBOP IN AND SEK U.S.
NhIscw, B. 0.
SIJ.VEB KINO MIKB
Will pay Mm higheBt ra��h prlne for nil
kinilH of twnond hand g00d8, Will buy
or dflll anythinR from an nuohoi to a
needle, Furniture, BtoveH, (iiiipiirtu
oookiiiR nteiiBilH, liotiRlit in household
(innntitios. Also oust off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Pox 200. Hull
Rtreet. Nelson. P. 0.
W.    REINHARl),   M. D.
GENERAL   PRACTICE.
Specialty i   Eye. Ear and Nose.
Ofllcf:   Baker Street) near Fratarnltv
Hall.  Telephone No. ��,
Schlitz'
Milwaukee
Lager
For family traclr.    Tlie best,
pnrest, and most palatable.
Special Prices to the
Trade.
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Oorner linker and Stanley Streets
NELSON, B. C.
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 \< ith steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points,
Connects at   Meyer's   Kails  with
stage daily for Republic,   and  connects at Bossburg with stage  daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Lkavk. Dny Train. Abhivk.
1(1.:... a.m Spokane 7 :10 p.m.
12:05 p, m Bosaland 5:30 p.m.
I) :30 n, in Nelson 8:00 p.m.
Night Train.
0:15 p.m Spokano 7:05 n.m:
11 lOO p.m Rossland (I :H0 n.m.
H. A. JAOKSON, Q. P. St T.A.
Spokane   Waeli
Q. K. TAOKABURY,
Agent. Nelson, B.O
Atlantic S. S. Lines
, ���      _ , From Montreal
Allun Uno lunlsliin  HoptN
Allun Linu   Nuiiiiiliiiu ScutlS
Dominion Une Caijibroman Hop. t
nonunion Ling vauoouver Bout, is
jluiivoi- I.ino l.usllunln Sonl 7
Beaver Line Lake Ohaniplatn Bojp.M
n.i ���   a,     . , Irani Now York
WhUogtarlitnoOooanlo  Bonis
wliltajBtar Line Teutonic  Bout 12
Uun_rULIneUmbrlit    Sopl 1
Cunard Lino Cniupanlii Befit8
AmononnLlno PbPaul Bonis
Amorloan Une St, lanu Bept ll
Rod Btar Uno goutliwiirk Bopis
B��a Star Lino Westornlnnd  BeptH
i,.;L; *.".��� Ka��or wllhetm ilor Oros��e..Bopl I
N. B.Ii, Uno 1.1,1m Bopl. 11
Anohor Une Furnessla      Bept. >
Anohor Uno Cily of i(���mu SopiS
Allan blnlo Une Btato of Nebraska  Hep. 8
,, . _  . ."..IU  II..   Inn
ounard Lino Ivernla sopt ��
I assagos arranged to ami from nil Kuropean
points. For rains, tloko.sand full Information
apply io c. p. u. depot agent or 11. L. Ilruwu
< ity Passenger Agont, Nelsun, B. c.
,     W. p. Y. CUM MINOR,
General. mrot C.P.R, ()iiieo��. Winnipeg.
BOARD AND  ROOMS.
I UK. RIOIIJ.Y, who  has taken  over
the    house   nn    Ward   Street   .iunt
hove the Post Olllee, will tfive lioni'd
nil rooms.   Several ehoiee rooms still
iiDocniipled. T��rms reasonable
CRUCIBLE GAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 innh ilium. $18.50per 100 feet. For
imniediuto delivery iu Nols.n
apply.
J. 0. T. 0ROPTS.
It. i) ZOlson, 11. �� Nelson  Daily Miner, Thursday  Evening,  September r>, 1900
ii.ASil   LIGHTS.
������,������', wi'i.r is vi'i'.v   loud   tills
,1 K1>lil  tlie   salesman   sooth*
iriii. ���
Inj))'1
should say
A iiiiin 1'iui't got
1 in1
,'litii' or
. ,���. ��� colored shirt  any moro
born." it ("l'""'
���  ��  ���
if his wife huil
������ sn'ul lho Sonator's UUlo sun
i.,vli��t  is a  nemos
is'.'
imoftla my son," replied tho
ir u|8n female olllee Boelter [or
" 'ml |lftvo foolishly  promised to
.si'llllt
ivl	
,,��� .������,������ Influonee.
,,*, nimosl   unis.   me   to standi"
, ,,,,1 the Indy iu tho Btreet oar.
_lfldo.il gel  a   s-i'.-.i pivtt.v soon,   I
shall in-1 drop!"
Illy   tho next any Hint
A NKLSON MAN   IN TROUBLE.
Knslo. B.C., Sopt, D,��� George Miteh-
ull wus taken to the Nelson juil yesterday morning, llo lias boon sont up
by Police Magistrate Carney to stand
his trial dm tin' charge of stealing lour
dollars from Henry Roman, Tho lui -
tor eamo fnnn Nelson Saturday und
got drunk. He was asleep In a chair
in the Lei and Hotel at ll p. m., whon
Mililii-ll snw liim uml sut down be*
siili' him. Witnesses swoar that
Mitchell put his hand In Roman's
pooket and took ojit his money,
Anil il WUS   11
s|,c_ I up   twi
ul,il, she  liud  n  ''''''ss  fitted,
U���b that's a different thing.
hours  uml   u   Imlf
llui
...
Tl���,,.,.  |s mi Index of tho  character
bo mm. as the  voice.    D1bi..o11.
���   .   ��
Amv,' n.lvniuv In    life WO li'.'irn tin'
lllint of out ahllltlos.    Froudo.
...
Manners carry   the  world   for  the
[f moment, charncter for  all   tlmo.-.A
11 Alcntt.
Activity may lead to evil, but Inactivity cannot be led to good. Han
nal. Mourn        .   .   ,
Xi'iiT sny yoil know B mnn until
miilinvi' divided an Inheritance   with
iliu.   Lavalor.
...
Tliosamc vim's whioh are huge and
Insupportable In others wo do nut
(eel in ourselves,    Ln llruycrc.
...
A plumber who wus Bent tu tin'
liuuse nf u stockbroker to execute some
repairs, wus taken by the butler into
the dining room, and was beginning
liis work when tin' lady nf tin- house
entered, "John," sn'ul she, with a
auspicious glance toward the plumber,
"remove thesllvor from the sideboard
uml loch it up nt once." Hut the
man nf lend wns in nowise disconcerted. "Tom," snld he tu liis apprentice, nIm accompanied liim. "take
my w.'iti-li uml chain and these coppers
lu>m.' in mv  missus  ui  once.    There
School
Opening
Our Stock of
School
Supplies
is complete. All thc
new ideas in Scribblers
and   Exercise   Books.
Plenty of
Sponges.
Tho sponge is useful In ull departments of home, Indispensable torthc
bath, desirable lur kltohon work, useful fur Borubhliig, ami convenient always.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
and
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
this I
iu  he
ullsi". '
dishonest   people  about
Anthony Hope Hawkins bolieveB
v.iv much in men of letters Btandtng
liy each other, and he has worked
tremendously hard to help un the
fund which tin- Authors' society of
Lonilon Is trying tu nccumulatei from
(flitch pensions are to be paid to authors whoso liternry merit has nut
brought them n corresponding Income, ami wlui view Increasing yenrs
with fear. Recently un unfortunate
writer, who visited .Mr. Hawkins at
hUronmsin lluckingham streot. by
tin1 Embankment Gardens, exclaimed
mi leaving with something in liis
pockets: "(Mi. sir, 1 feel that Providence must   huve sent me  to  you!"
Ami the reply enine with n twinkle i"
Ills benefactor's eye: "Lot us hope,
however, Unit Providence will not acquire Hie habit uf diiiim so."
(lysle
taste.
ure now considered
Tlie latest Chinese puzzle--Government,  Qoverninont,   who's    got  the
Government?
*   ���   ���
A ifnud stiiry comes from Vancouver, where the japs nre becoming
Hritish sulijeeis hy wholesale, Three
years' residence  is  required,   und  us
lll:"   Is th My subject   uf   Inquiry,
111 ry Jap is able tu answer, although
it may exhaust his English vocabu-
'���'". ��� A Btranger ut the railway station tiskcil uu Intelligent-looking Jap
liow long it would lie till tlm train
""iiM leave, uml wus surprised und
nnnoycd nt the prompt reply. "Three
years." The Jap bus learned his naturalization lesson.
DRINK
THE BEST
_BEER
Anheuser=
Busch
Sl. Loll is
Lager
'I'd be bad wholesale ut Nelson.
1^.    P.    gillie.    &
Co., LuL
A. B* GRAY, Baker st- Nel8on
Kootenay Agent,
H. & M. BIRD
Agents fur liurckn rUnerol Wool and
Asbestos   Co.
Insurance! Co. of North America, Mutual  Life
Insurance Go., of Now York, Queboc
Firo Assurance Co.
REAL ESTATE. MONEY TO LOAN.
We havo sponges fur every purpose,
Imi our specialty is tlle fine, Boft,
cleansing Bathing Sponge we sell foi'
'.'."�� cents,    You'll be glad to own  one.
h. f. Mclean,
Druggist
Bilker Street. I'. 0.  Box 330,
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle,
UNION  MADE.
Soo Line
PAMOU8
(imperial    Liijiitetl
SERVIOB
East  and   West
First Class Sleepers (in nil trains from
AKIll>\V!l_..ll..NI> KuilTKNAY LANDING
Tourist Oars pass Medicine Hut
daily for si, Paul; Saturdays for
Montreal uml Boston; Mondays and
Thursdays for Toronto, Same cars
|iubh Revelstoke une ilny earlier,
CONNECTIONS.
7:10 Lv Nelson Ar 10)86
15:80 Lv Nelson Ar 18|45
Morning train dally for and from
Rossland, uml for Revelstoke, main
line niul Paoiflo Ooast,
Afternoon train iluily for and from
Rossland, und from Revelstoke, main
liue anil Paoiflo Const, and daily
(except Sunday) for und from Boundary points.
7:80 Lv ) w ,       t        Ar 10:80
(KxS.in) | Nelson | (fc gun)
Fnr and from Sandon, Slocan points,
Revelstoke, miilu line and Paoiflo
Coast.
Kootenay Lake Kaslo Route.
(Ex Sun)     Str Kokanee     (Ex Sun)
1(1:110 Lv NelMin Ar 11:00
Saturday tn Argenta and return,
leaving Kaslo nt 20:00k.
Kootknay Riyki. ROUTE.
Dnily    StrB Moyie and Nelson    Daily
22:110 Lv Nelson Ar 2::10
Couneds nt Kootenay Lauding with
Crow's NchI Line trains.
For rnten, tickets aud full Information apply to Depot or City Agent,
Nelson, B. 0., or
W. F. ANDERSON, E. J, COYLE,
Trav. Pans. A|j6i1        A O. P. Ar6_ .
N.'I'M, Vftnootivpr
HAMMOCKS
PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
Lawrence Hardware Co;
Nelson,   B. C.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAU
KOOTENAYCIGARMFG.cn
NELSON, 1!. 0.
GEO.GTJRD
Room 1, Turner-Hoeckli Ulock.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING AGENT
Houses and Building Lots iu All Parts
of tbe Oity.
WANTED���Good building lots down
town for elient.   Also land adjoining
city* for gardening.
HOTEL  ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
RATES
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day 81.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN,  Prop*
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   G.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
BUY
HUME   ADDITION
LOTS.
GAMBLE   &  O'REILLY
AOENTS.
i iwwww^W*^^WY*w^w^fWW��yyy>^v^_W
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBULE D TEAINS.
PALAOE D.MING ANBIOBSEBVATIOl*
OAJJS.-MEALS a la OAETE.
PRIVATE  SCHOOL
AND    KINDERGARTEN.
Thorough English, Calisthenics,
Music, French, and German if required. Pall term commences 3rd
September,   For particulars apply t'
MISS   PALMER,
Josephine ill.
FOB SALE.
Building lots nnd Residences in all
purls of tin' City and the Hume
Addition.
WAR OFFICE CHAFFED,
Tlie llritisl, Wm- Otlice iK being 1111-
oi'i. ifnlly oln.fl.ed m present, and In*
ll"'1 it I'nii hardly be considered to
[>avoudtlcd much to its laurels In the
''"���n.vaal war, A mtfmber ol Parlla*
""'"' called ii the oilier dny "an ad*
���nlrahle Institution fm- ovorythlng ex*
"i" ��in. "mnl It was further flatly de*
*l'l'h'il in the s;u tugust body  as n
'"''"��� "system nr outdoor relief (or the
"''Mull arlstooraoy, I'lie   British
""''','1' may be clever, bul he must be
'Wy," adds Major linseli, who calls
ll,l�� "the survival of the fattest."
"'"' -' want of "sllinnoss" is the obvl*
'""��� remark  Hint
FOR RUNT.
Two Story House, six rooms, furnished complete, on Observatory Street
close to the Train Line. J35.00 per
month.
Three Btory House on Park Street,
-lose to Baker street.   W0 per month.
PHYSICAL CULTURE
Miss McKinnon is prepared to give
lessons In physical culture and mill*
t.-u-v drill to ladies and children. A
Indies' class is now licinK formed.
Anyone wishing to join these classes
Will please address Miss McKinnon.
box 031,  Nelson.
Hugh R. Cameron
Insurance Agent and Broker.
Policy Writing Ollice for the Mtss
Fire Insurance Company of Hart
FORD ��"d Ihe CONNECTICUT FlRE ll
B0RANCE Company of HARTFORD.
moneysTloaned
Straight   Mortgage,   at  8   per  cen
Wanted���Molly Gibson Stock,
(leneral Agent for the Oueat Wkst
Life Assurance 06.
WANTED���For Snot Cash -Two central     lotH   suitable    for    lesideuce*
The Cork I...
follows.    Hut   the
serious statement   is  made  hy
ixamlner, which   says that
'"���OHIO .Oil  -TOUch descent On    ll'i-
haij mi the Wm-  otlice  think*
"'I'his   libel," says The Daily
jroniole, "if supported hy oorrobor*
llly�� evidence, Bhould bautonee look*
ini.,."
1:111,1
ill,;.
"'I il
Th
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L
\t tin, {.nmilno
lllll
'"""ih llmi ni,.-. ��� tola In one ilny
FOR RENT
Large house om Silica St.
il-Koiiin     House,     with
conned inns	
.,930.00
waler
1H.IIII
SEVERAL CHOICE PROPERTIES
FOR SALE
S. M. BRYDGES,
Mara Hloek, Over Merchants Bank
Halifax.
. ^iBiniliiro Is on every Imx ���
Laxative Bromo.Quinine Taw0t.
J.   E.  ANNABLE
GENERAL BKOKEK.
Houses and lots for Hale ill all   parts
of Ihe City.
Victoria-Montreal     Fire    Insurance
Company.
Ontario Mutual Life Insurance Company, 	
RENTS COLLECTED.
NOTICE.
1 PURSUANT 10 tho "Orodltom'Trusl Doodi
Aot," and Amending Aota, and tho Tru"
tees' and Kxeouton' Aei, Boollnaa w to m.
Notioe 1. hereby nivei, that I, as iiiliiilnUini-
tor of the mUte of Thomss RIohardHon In In*
Itfottme of nioolUowaot, In He Ooun y 0
Kootonay, hotel koopor, dooeaarf, havo Mod In
Ihe Ven'oiive- aortaW of lliii Knnrem," Coufl
of nnii-h OolnraBla, a doolaraUon that the
���aid estate li in-ufili-ieni for tho paymont in
full of 11111 debts nmi (labilities "��� H|u wl1"
Thomai Klohardson. ,   . ,,      .,���
ah oorson. having claims against tnoestaw
of 1 lie suiil ThoniiiK Illoha'dson, who hnve nol
already fllod with me full partloulaw ol ate
slimorlllly vorilleil, tOgOtllOI'With   11"' I"11''";
lara of Reourltlos, if any, held by them, aro
required loilo so hefore lho 1st day of Oelobei
" Notioe ts hereby further given that after tbo
lsi ilny of October next iho administrator, ��*-
trustee, will proceotl lo ill .rlliiil.ii the P���ooeoi
of Dm trust ostnioiinioiiKtho parties on n
tlioroto,having regard only to theicwrnio
Whioh he thimliiis notice, and that he ��ill not
be liable fortlioprooeoda of tho trust estate, o
any part thoroof, bo distributed, to any i."'^"1;
of wliose olaim ho had not notieo at lho lime of
the ilisli-ibiillon
Nol ire Is here .
creditors of tho wild Thorn���, ."<���"���������������--,-,   ,
1���.  belli   in   lllll Ooiil'l   Houso III   TOTO Btoel.,
lid., on Monday, the Wth ilny of Soptoinbor,
A. I). IOOOi nt the hour of ono oeloek In tin.
,Vfn;.t'.'rT"._l. Fort. Steele, B.C., thi- Wthdajrol
August,A.D.1S0O. j#F<ARMBTK0N0,
Oflleiiil Ailinlnlslralor.
Close connection Kast and West-
hound at Spokane with trains of the
trains of the Spokane Fnlls and Northern Railway.
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
OhlcagQ, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and nil points West and Soutli.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily for West at 7:45 p-m
West-bound trains make direct con*
nection for Victoria and Vancouver
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
hound trnins connect at Uiiluth with
themagnificent steamships North West
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls St Northern Hy., Kaslo Is Slocan
Ky., Kootei ai Railway & Navigation
Co., or to
F. I. WHITNEY.   H. A. JAOKSON,
Geul. Pass. St Tkt. Agt.   Com'cl Agt.
St. Paul, Min       Spokane. Wash
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869*
Capital rni.i-.ip.    ,   .    .    9itftttf.Wft.oe I  �������"�� #i,7oo,ooft.ft
Honril of IHrrrlors:   Thomas K. Kenny,   President;   1'homaH Kit-chle,  Vteu I'rurildonl,
Wiley Smith, II. G, Bauld, Hun. II. ) l. fuller, M.L.O., Hon. lHtvui MacKeon.
Hi :nl  Olllr.-, UaUniS :
General Munanor, Kilson h. Pease, Montreal.
BuperluLondenl of UmnohoH, and Seeretary. W. ti, Torrance, Halifax.
Inspeotor, W, I-'. Brook, Halifax.
IiiHpeelor 1). M, Stewart, Montreal.
Ki-.iin-hri !
[fova Beotta-Halifax Hranch, Alitlgontah, brldgewat*?r, Gnyabora I^ondondorry, Lunonbnrx.
Muitland (Hant-s Co.), Picton, Port HawkeHhury, Sydney. ShnWenaeailie. Trnro, Wuymoutn
\ew Brnnawleh -Bathurati Dorcheafcop, Frodericton, i< mu: ��� <>i> (Kent Co.), Iloooton, New-
oasUe.Sackville, VtToodatook. r. B* iNlnDd���Charlottetown.tiamineraido. Uurbrc���Montreal
(City Offloe), Montreal. West, Knd K'or. Notre llunio and Bfllglienn StrieU); WeHdnounl (Cor.
Greene Avenue and St. Catharines Street. Oiilarlo���OKawu. Xr�� r��mi.|liiNft--Si. John'i.
��Hi.a, \Yr ,i iiiilte.s H;i.v,uiit. Iimi_*_l Ntni<<H~New York (16 KxehnnKo Place) Kepubllo, Wanh
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
��oi Tvapoadenti:
.nnada���Morchnnt-H Bank of Canada.   BMtftft��� National Shawmul Hnnk.   1'hlrago���Amorlca
National Bank-   Han PrftBclaCft���first National Hank.   l.<nul  Hub.   Hunk of Hc:o(land,
l*arlM, France   Credit LyouuaiH.   Ilrrmutlu-Hank of Hermuda.   .'Iilna uud Japan- Houg
\'ti\-y. and Shanghai HnnkiiiK ('oi(ioration.
(ieneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling; Bills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank, accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.O.
Placers   NaVi)   CUt
All Tobacconists Keep It.
Wholesale Agents:
Turner Beeton& Co:
Nelson, B. C.
M.iiiiinii mock
Ward Slrooi
See ANNABLE
Hull Ion. ,,        , ,,���
Ik horoby itlvnii thai a mooting or un
i or tho naid Thomas Rloliardaon will
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head ofkioe toronto, ont.
Moni'V in )<������� 00 BtruiRht MortgsiJO.
Apply to G. u lennox, Baker St.,
Nelson.
Kootenay Railway and NaT.
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO & SLOGAN RAILWAY
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. A TKAD. CO
Schedule of Tinio.       Pacific Standard i'imo,
Effective February 1st, 1900
KASLO & SLOCAN KY.
PanHonger train for Sandon and wayHtatlona
loavot.   Kanlo  at 8 a. ni., dally.    Keturnliiic,
leaver Handon at 1.15 p.m,, arriving at Kanlo
at3.i)5p.m.
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. & TKAD. CO,
OpcratinR on Kootonay Luke and Kivor.
Str. "International" loavow Kanlo for Nelnon
at fl a. ni, daily except Sunday. Returning,
leavos Nolnon at MO p.m., calling at Balfour,
Pilot Bay. Ainu worth and all way pointH. Connects with S. Y. & N. train to and from Spokane at Five Milo Point.
LARDO-DUNCAN  DIVISION.
Steamer Argonta leaven Kanlo Tuesdays and
Friday* ai fi a. m. for the head of navigation on
tho  rppor Duncan hiver;  returning loaves
Hall's Landing Wednesdays ami Baturaays,
Steamers call at nrinclpal landing" in hoth
directions, and at other pointH whon signalled
Ticket* Hold to all point* in Canada und tho
United Status.
To ascertain ratei and full Information ad*
dretM i
KOKKHT IRVING.
Manager, Kanlo, B.C.
J^ooijis ai)d  Offices io l{ei)L
Apply    io   the
Melsoi) Electric TraipWaiJ Co.
Corner Josephine  ar|d   Vcrrjoij  Sircef*.
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at   the  following news stores at five cents per
copy:
Gilbert Stanley
Thomson Stationery Co
Canada Drug & I look Co*
Hotel Hume News Stand
Hotel Phair Nowh Stand
l��. Campbell
(., Y. Nelson
j, K. Delanoy
R. A. Bradnlmw
glocan Nowh Co.
Thomson Bros.
Lamont & Young
11. A. King fc Co.
NolHon
Nolson
Nelnon
Nelnon
NelHon
Ymir
New Don vor
KoHohorry
Slocan City
Sandon
Vancouver
Kanlo
Greenwood
and  News   Agents   on  boats  and
trains out of Nelson
C.W.WEST&CO.
Coal and  Wood.
Agonts Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's  Nest   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -     -    $9.65
DELIVERED.
No order cun lie accepted utiles!
accompanied l>y rush.
Ollice Comer Hall nnil  linker Street*.
TK���K_ HONK 8.S.
St. Joseph's
School
���Next term commonoca Rrd
Beptemboi*i Por particulars apply to the
SR. SUPERIOR.
THE
Bank of
Britisli  Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
CALL ON   THE
NELSON WINE CO.
uml Irv a bottle, n ilnzin, or u lmrri'1 nf
CALGARY BEER M H I- Ih" <"-> '""l
choiipeni on Hm mnrkot. Al-n n.\ our
WINES,    LIQUORS,    and    CIGARS.
FRANK  A. TAMBLYN. M.�������
Telophono IO. linker _!., NolMD, H. 0,
Nelson Employment Agency
WANTED.
Burleigh Drill hluirix'n.'r. Laborers,
IVoodouttors, CohWh (women). Woman ami boy fm- Oftmp,
J. II. IOVE. Apt.. Baker St
A. R. BARROW, a.m.i. o.k
Provincial   Land  Surveyor.
Corner Violoria and Knotnnsy Sts.
P. O. Box B5��. Telephone No. W> Nki.mon  Dailv Miner,  Thursday Evening,  Septembei. 6   1900,
LOCAL AND   PERSONAL
Work   upon   laying i
tho north    sldu  of  siii
sidewalk un
Htreut   be-
cl   Sli
ire add*
���Gloria
. "Mls-
twi'i-n   Josephine   and   \V
wns started this morning;.
The following new   hooks \v
r,l ti, tit.* Library yesterday:
Miimli"   by   Harold   Frederic
tress Ponwiek," by Hutton 1'uyne.
Ai tli,' Venus group mi Morning
Mountain . an Important strike is reported mi tin' Toronto olaim, a four
font lead nl' I'Mvlli'ii! oro having been
uneovercd.
nt logs belonging tn A.
containing about 75,000
ler, was yesterday seized
front liy the sherllT, and
hi tin-  in til   to satisfy   .'i
A   liiiniii
Wood row,
feel of tim
at the lake
will be sold
judgment,
Nelson will have ;i minora! exhlhli
nt tlie Spokane Fruit l.tlr. thr Hoard
of Trade having decided tn place  one
there under the elmrg    Mr. W.    II.
Dowsing. Tin' expenses will bo do-
frayed by a subscription li-.' in becir-
culated among tin' business men.
Constable C. W. Voting who is ut
present stationed at I'roctor, was in
town today in connection with tin*
prosecution of A, 10. laefreltsch. Mr.
Voting will be in charge nf the chief
constable's oftlco next week during
Mr. Bullock-Webster's  absence at tho
Const  fnr tell days.
There will boa special meotlng nf
tin1 Council tomorrow evening. The
consideration nf by-laws will lie the
principal business transacted. It is
unlikely thut the electric light question will come up ns .Mr. It. I'. Ilililet
will be unable to propare his report
before nexl Monday evening,
Track laying on the Balfour extension is being rapidly pushed forward.
The work has been completed to a
distance over live miles this side of
Procter. Two cars nf mat.-rial still
remain in Kelson, and will be shipped
in a day or tu.,. w Inn this shipment is made there will be material
enough on hand tn conned thr line in
tin- track al Five Mil.   I'olnt.
li is reported thai an exceedingly
rich strike lias just been Qiadc on tin-
Society tlirl claim, which is situated
hack of the well known St. ISugene
properly. The strike brought lo view
live feci of rich galena on-. Thlsprop-
pcrly was located hist year hy C. I'nr-
rcll. who did only a little develop-
monl   ut   that   time, but  who again
renewed    the  work  lllinut ll   week  ago,
Ass i us ihe License Commissioners nn- appointed,a number of applications for hotel licenses in the Nelson
and Ainsworth License districts, will
come up tor hearing nt Knslo uml Nelson. A- there l_ a probability nf tho
commissioners being gazetted this
week, those persons desiring In apply
fm- licenses who hnve ind already
.sent in iheir applications should do so
at once to the chief license inspector
ut N'elson.
Thc shipments from tin- Queen Less
and Granite mines for the month of
August hnve been given out. from
the Queen Bess, 115 tons nf ore were
shipped to ihe   Hall    Minis   smelter.
The   returned vol f  ihis   wns   go,*
nun. The returns from the Granite
fnr the Bume month wen- 1,205.1
tons crushed during the 2(1 days thai
the mill ran. producing "dl I oounees
of bullion ami 3d inns nf concentrates
yielding gross returns nf $11,074.01.
The tearing up nmi excavating nf
tin- third block nf Baker street for
macadamising, was commenced this
morning,    I'or  Rome time  this  work
has progressed rather slowly, hut a
large force was put tn wink tills mor II-
Ing and once more the work will be
carried ou rapidly. The renin iii in;r
part of the bridge nt the corner ol
linker uml Ward m reels is being taken
up and the hollow tilled with the
earth taken from the street bed. The
last coat of line rock was put nn the
blook between Hall nnd Josephine,
which makes thai portion complete.
The   I,Inch   between    Josephine   mnl
Ward Is expected tn in mpleted this
week, Although ihe jaws or grinding Dlirl inn ...   I he   rock     CI Usher       ;i \,
iiiii yesterday, the machine will be
ready    for    um 1,   at     , o'clock  in    the
morning as J. A,    ll tymnu   is ,-nst-
Ing the ti;t ur.   today.
Nn mi,- diotild miss ..ii. i in Aus.
trallan i 'omeil i put vhn . ��� ^ > |.. ar
In y  tonight  in     Mis   Slghl   Ont,"
Tin npniiy   hnve   lieen playing   to
orowded houses in Kossland and will
only piny one oighl hereon their way
Bast,  hn\ in:'   heen    persuniled   In   " |ve
Nelson a   return  engagement,    Their
success    nf     last   ueel,     is sllllieient     tn
guarantee   thai   a   g I    I .,���   win
grcol them nn their   appearance   hen
tonight.       IU- Nlghl mn. ' the i ������
they  present   tonight   is  ,, i 1i,,.
cleverest comedies written   uml  in ih.
hamh.   "I    - ii   . apahlc I company  i- in
deed u treat,    i he action ol  tne   piny
is quick,  bright ami   hreecy, Ibei..   is
never II    'I -ie  ;,ml  it     j.. 11x.-��� t
rare thing, u i nun d) u ith ,, plot, it
is  scarcely   in .������ marj    tn   .peak    in
prill   e   nf     Ihe     n , P.J I .��� -1 s    nl     | I ,,
puny.     Im-    ll ���     u In.   _|l\t    | I,. nI  In   1
ueel,  ui'' mil.'.   Inn ;in\i..ii . In see (lie,,,
Spain and thus,, who did not, will do
well tn avail  th. n . ;, ,,|,
portonltj i' n
The Ladies' Hospital Aid will meet
in thc vestry room of the Presbyter-
Ian Church tomorrow afternoon ut i
o'clock.
In a letter recently receiveil from
Smith Africa, it was .stated that Hoi
orl WineraLs who went then' from
this city with Strathcona's Horse
was confined in the hospital on July
2H    with    fever.     It   also   .stated   that
Wrugge ami Cochrane were well
John llirseh was not wilh Strath
conn's Horse, tint wus witli a .Maxim
gun corps.
Considerable dlssenlon wns recently
caused at the Queen ltess property
owing tn the men having trouble with
ihe clink, and il was al.n stated that
they complained nf the quality of the
board, Winn Mr. Woakes was seen
this morning niul ashed about tho
matter ho saidi "The trouble at the
mi in- wus caused by some of the men
having personal grievances against
the eiink. apart frnm tlie quality of
the cooking and prov-slons provided
by the company, The men demanded
of the management that the cook he
discharged, and not boing able to justify the ciiinpnint the management refused io comply with their wishes,
im this all thc men. 45 in number,
quil work on Monday. Tlie entire
fnrec was replaced at once and everything is now running smoothly,"
The mining records entered today
are as follows: Certificates nf Work
���To Eric Harkness, on Hold liar; to
James Wcstgate, on Lillie and Little
Annie: to II. I.carn.s. on Carthage, L.
M. ; in v.. Roisterer, on Oronogoi to
A. (',. Lang, on 1'i'inccss. Locations���
Queen nf the Hills, nn Sheep Creek,
by II. It. Campbell; Kettenlng, near
II Robson, liy i'. It. Etnieri Chlleat
mi Barrett Creek, 1'. McMillen; Florence Nightingale, Lilly Jose and Winnie Davis, on Heaver. Creek, by Geo,
Davis; Overman and Morning Star, mi
Cottonwood (.'reek, by John Johnson.
Transfers���From E. li. Etnler to W ���
deV, Le Maistre, one half interest in
Kettering, for a nominal consideration ;.Michacl Eagan to Richard Greene
mic quarter interest in Vagabond and
mie half interesl in Crystal, for a
nominal consideration; Richard \V,
Hay tn Percy Chapman, one quarter
interest in Transvaal for a nominal
consideration.
BENEFIT CONCERT,
There will be a concert at tbe Opera
Houso Kriday evening next, under
the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society
of the Congregational Church. Tbe
following Interesting programme has
heen arranged: Part I.���Opening
Overture, Orchestra;'male quartette,
������When My Hair i.s Silvery Gray,"
���Male Quartette; soprano solo, "A
Woodland Serenade," Mascheorni���
Miss Bensusan;female trio,"The Distant Chimes," Qlovei���Mrs. Caldwell,
Mrs. Ilrown, Mrs. Otis; piano solo,
"Hondo Capricloso," Mendelssohn���
Miss Wilson ; bass solo, ''The Skipper.'' Jiule���Mr. Caldwell. Part IL ���
Selection.   Orchestra;   soprano    solo,
Hid Me to Love Thee." Barnard-
Mrs. Caldwell: bass solo. "The Armourers" (from Robinhood), DeKo-
ven���Mr.Grizelle; clarionet solo,"The
Exile's Lament.'' Albert���Mr. Wambold; baritone solo, "My Country
Calls," Adams���Mr. Thompson, ; mixed quartette, "Moonlight on the
Lake, " Whiti���Messrs. Caldwell and
Hardy. Miss Ewart und Mrs. Caldwell ;soprano solo, "A Mny Morning,"
Denga���MIbs Bensusan; mule quartette, "Southern Melodies;" bass solo,
������Will ()' The Wisp," Cherry���Mr.
Grlzelle. The concert Is being given
for u worthy cause and should be
well  p  troui/.ed.
The St. Charles Condensing Co. have
heen notified that st. Charles Cream
received highest award, the Gold
Medal, al the Paris Exposition,    This
product   has   -si i   the   best   of   all
climates and the award is just recog
nition of  its excellence.
GALLIHER
NOMINATED
It   Was   Nn
Surprise tc
Inside.
On tin
Those who have heen following the
trend of events politically were not
surprised to learn of the unanimous
nomination of Mr. W. A. Galliher, of
Nelson', by the Liberal convention in
Revelstoke yestcrdny. It has been
known for some months past that Mr.
Galliher wns being boomed for the
nomination and so fur as the Nelson
delegates were concerned the matter
was cut and dried.
In his Bght for election tn the Dominion House. Mr. Galliher will huve
the BUpport nf Mr. Houston und his
friends. This will lie n payment for
Mr. Galliher'8 support nf Mr. Houston during the Provincial contest, ami
wits well understood at that time, ll
It is believed thut Mr. Galliher will
make a special appeal to the laboring
men and will run as a labor candidate, counting upon the purt he played in the Provincial contest to assist
bim iu the Dominion contest.
Conservatives here believe Mr.(lalliber will be an easy man to defeat.
HIS LIFE WAS SAVED.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death.
In telling of It he says, "I was taken
with Typhoid Fever, that ran into
Pneumonia, My lun^s became hardened, I was so weak I could not sit
up in bed. Nothing helped me. I
expected soon to die of Consumption,
when I heard of Dr, King's New Discovery. One hottle gave great relief.
I continued to use it, and now inn well
and strong. I can't say too much in
its praise." This marvellous medicine
is (he surest and quickest cure in the
world for all Throat and Lung
Trouble. Regular sizes oO cents and
81.00. Trial bottles fiee at Canada
Drug iV Hook Store. Kvery bottle
guaranteed.
Spring chicken and all the deliosnioB
of the season served to you when you
visit Florence Furk Hotel at Roberts'
Ranch, two and a half miles up tbe
river.    W. M. Roberts, propiietor.
"BLUE RTBB0N TEA IS DELI0I0US."
MISCELLANEOUS
AdvertisemontH inscrtod under this hoad al
tho raUj of one cent a word per in. ertion. No
advertisement taken forloHH than .5 cuiiLh.
POR HKNT.���Two furnished rooms
in private family, on Silieu Street,
near Kootenay. Suitable for gentlemen or ladies. Address. 1). It.. Miner
Otlice.
Til HKNT.���Six    room    house ou Victoria St.. No.   303,  live   doors   from
City Hall.    Apply   9.    3.   Bradley   St
Co., Josephine St.
WANTED���Apprentice   for  dressmak-
Ing,    Ladies' tailor   system taught,
Peters A   Dynes. Hroken" Hill Block.
MISS  KUSIIKIKLl). Graduate   Nurse.
open for engagements. Telephone (10.
WANTKI)���A   good   girl    for general
housework. Apply Kossland Hotel.
Vermin Slreet.
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Arm Rocker, Hat Stand and Refrigerator.    Apply   Ceo.    (iind,    room    1,
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WANTED���A young   girl   or   middle
aged woman   for   light   housework-.
Apply to Mrs. Finnerty,Carbonate St..
seeiuul door above Josephine St.
FOR SALE���Furnished  cottage.    Apply to J.  II.  Love. Haker St.
FOR   SALE- Law   Library.      Cheap.
Apply to Alex.Stewart,room 3,Turn-
er-Boeokh Hloek.
WANTKI) Situation as stenographer and general ollice assistant by il
competent young lady having four
years experience. Address s! care
Miner ollice.
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Apply  Martin  O'Reilly &
FOR RENT���Furnished rooms.  Good
attendance,   Second  dour east  of
Citv Hall.
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COURT OF REVISION.
.Harry Wright, Collector of Votes
fm- the Nelson Hiding-nf West   Koote-
i. i.. in the Wesi Kootenay Eleotoral
District.has given notice that he will,
mi Monday the nth day of November,
next, hold u Court of Revision for the
purpose nf hearing' ami determining
any or all objections against the retention nf nny name or names nn the
register nf voters fnr Ihe Nelson Hiding of West Kootonay District. The
court will he opened   at   one   o'clock
noon,    at    the    Court     House.     Nelson,
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MARINE NOTES.
Allan lino steuiuer. Parisian, arriv
I   at  Movillc at 0:30 p. in.,  Sept.     .'.
Denier line sleuiiicr,  Luke Superior,
arrived     ul      Liverpool    at    1    p.    in.,
Sept.    I.
Denier line stcnnicr, Mcguntic. sailed from Liverpool ul .", p. m.. Sept. I.
>ft.
Dlh'TII NOTICES,
Horn    To Mr.  nnd Mrs.  John Cr
nf Vernon Slreet. today, a son.
Horn    Tn     Mr.    nnd   Mrs.    Charles
Wah'rofl. of Nelson, today, u son
FOR   SALE ��� Seven-roomed   house,
with   modern    conveniences.     Furnished.     Rents   lor  $111  per month.
Apply Mr. Johns, Hoyal lintel.
FIRST  GLASS   room   and   hoard  in
private family, (6,60 and ifli.    Table
board 84.   Carbonate Street,   second
house east of Josephine.
FOR   HALE   CHEAP-  Large   bouse
and 1(1 acres opposite Nelson.    Fowl
house.     Running  water.     Apply 0.
Newling,   linker Street.
Give the Eyes a Chance
Til �� I III'.   ��   mill   IM  om    IM 1
Tilkn Laxative Hrnmn (Quinine Tsblati,   All
rl '- refund the minir)- If II full, lu cure.
K. VV, u rove's signature.:, en each bo*.
In nil nge. . in all Iniiil*. tlie rn-. -liniilil |���.
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100 IN THH UB8T \V AV
Vim .luiuld N,e iimi thoy aro correctly fitted
witli proper kIh-w-., (mr attention Iiikiii-oh
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uji'M nud our friunoH ill join- face,
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