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"���ovuieul  Librsty      )��
Daily Edition No.  797
Nelson, British Columbia, Monday Evening,  August 6,  1900.
Tenth Year
RUMORED
ENGAGEMENT
Report That the Allies Engaged the Chinese in a
Fierce   Battle   at
Peitsang.
upon Captain Baceiall declared that
he could no longer offer bis hand to
Lieutenant Bresei, Baceiall was
wounded in the head during the sixth
onslaught.
(HY ASSOCIATED PRESS.)
Washington, Aug. 6.���Tlie following cablegrams have been received at
the Navy Department, Che Koo. Aug.
0.���The British ship Fame reports
(unollieial) an engagement at ivit-
sang on Sunday morning from 3 to
10.311 o'clock. The allied loss, killed
and wounded, was 1200, chiefly Kus-
sinns ami Japanese. The Chinese retreating (signed) Tauslg.
Che Foo. Aug. 0.���There is an unollieial report believed to be reliable
that about 10,000 allies heavily engaged the Chinese at Peitsang at daylight of the Bth (sgd.) Remey.
Peitsang is the first railroad station
about eight miles northwest of Tien
Tsin on route to Pekin.
Interest in the Chinese Bit-nation
was Intensified this morning by tho
receipt of the above, two despatches
from naval otlieers.at/ Che Poo repeat
ing unollieial. but apparently reliable
reports of active anil extensive hostilities between the allied forces and the
Chinese between Tien Tsin anil l'ekin.
The despatches indicate unmistakably
lhat the relief Column has started in
earliest ami lhat   it    Igjojeetlng   wilh
determined opposition.
According to the Information in
the possession of the War Department
the town of Pietsang is at the head of
the tidewater on the l'ic [lo between
11 ami I-' miles by road beyond Tien
Tsin. It is a village nf mud hut;, nf
considerable size, but lint walled,
The river at this point is not navigable by anything larger than a good
sized steam launch, anil it is thought
that the troops probably retreated
there in small boats towed by the
naval launches. The country all along
the river between Pekin ami Tein
Tsin is a low and level plain desirable
for wheeled vehicles,
Prom the fact that the engagement
lasted seven hours it is argued in the
Department that cither the Chinese
must have been heavily entrenched or
that there wns nn Immense horde nf
them to so stubbornly contest the advance of the lu.nmi International
troops,
It is figured by military experts
that a loss of 1300 killed ami wounded
on the part of the Allies probably
means a loss of three to live times as
many Chinese. Unless ihe opposition
suddenly breaks down the military experts look for a desperate engagement
when the troops reach the walled city
of Tung Chow, which is snid in he
even more favorably located fnr purposes of defence than was Tien Tsin.
.".he position   nf   the    United    Stales
diplomatically remains unchanged.
The Qovernment will not consent tn
the removal nf the Ministers ami foreigners from l'ekin until there is free
cipher communication    between   the
Powers ami their Ministers.
FIKE   IN MONTREAL
Bornler and west's Drygoods store Completely
Dostroyod Yesterday.
Montreal. Quo., Aug. u.���A disastrous fire broke nut about 2.30 yesterday morning in the drygoods house
,,f I'.eriiier and West, corner of Ht
Catherine ami University streets,
known as the Class lilock. Tho
building was nf a flimsy character
and in twenty minutes was totally
destroyed with all its contents.
The heal was so intense that buildings opposite were more or less dam-
aged though separated by a broad
street. The flue plate glass windows
of the Messrs. Scroggte's drygoods
establishment ground floor were broken and the center windows destroyed
by fire and water, but tho Homes did
not go beyond that and the loss will
not be heavy.
All the windows in the three story
brick building occupied by John
Lewis, druggists, were destroyed and
a good deal of damage was done to
tho stock. The loss is probably $30,
000. The Oxford cafe suffered from
the heat. Kcrnicr and West were
heaviest sufferers, their stock being
valued at over 850,000, The building
was owned Ity tl. A. Stephens, and
valued al i. I .">,ihmi.
MINNESOTA     WAS    LEADING
Second Series of Soawantiaka Race Galled Oft
on Account of Wind Dying Out,
Montreal, Que., Aug. 6.���The second of the series of the yacht races
for the Seawanhaka Cup was declared
off today because the yachts were unable to finish within the time limit
of four hours, owing to the failure of
the wind. lint It was decidedly
Minnesota's day. At the start there
was a light breeze, probably half thc
strength of yesterday's, and the St.
Paul boat gained from the sound of
the whistle. The wind, however,
fell gradually and for the last hour
the boats almost drifted along. At (i
o'clock when the judges called off the
race, .Minnesota was over a mile
ahead and would Certainly have won
with even a zephyr to waft her along.
EMPRESS  FREDERICK  ILL
NO MORE JAPANESE.
Reported That Eminent Specialists Say That
Her Life is a Matter of Months.
London, Aug. 0.���Notwithstanding
the denial issued from Berlin, it is
quite certain thai the Knipress Frederick, the Queen's eldest and most
beloved daughter, is seriously ill, and
that great specialists consider her life
a matter of months,   she is too ill to
leavo the castle at KrcidoriclisholT
near Hamburg for her customary visit
to England, Queen Victoria, knowing her desire to possess an English
home, gave her the white lodge at
Richmond last year, but she will
probably never he able to occupy it.
A LETTER FROM STEELE
rendered our extremely risky business
still mora risky. I had to change my
way of going about if and join my
other squadrons. 1 did this at Durban and inarched In l.sUeonrt. Zulu-
lantl and then was on Ihe point of advancing the 3S0 miles through Zulu-
land ami Tongaland when Lordjltoberts
again changed tho plan and sent us
here. 1 had to make a forced march
to Durban of 1111 miles in three days
with a big outfit and fnnn thence
come to New Castle by rail to join
Genera) Buller.
"1 did so, and after arranging my
transports made two days of forced
marches to Volkhurst ami there joined
the Brigade with which we are now.
I inarched with It to Paanlekop where
opposition was expected but we found
none. Then marched here 33 miles
where we remained while General
Buller is concentrating for an important movement.
"We saw a tremendously strong position of the enemy forced by (.leneral
Buller lo relieve Ladysmith and other
positions of Laing's Nek which he
skillfully turned. It is no use for
anyone lo abuse (leneral Bulbar in
this army. I consider, and so docs
everyone else, that the difficulties he
bail to contend with were greater than
any yet met in Soutli Africa ami could
not, be accomplished except by an extremely able commander. The position was almost Impregnable and the
troops that would face them are certainly of a high character as soldiers.
Thi' regiment is splendid but it has
taken constant attention to get it into
shape.    Yours truly, S. 1!. STEELE,
PORT PHYSICIAN NEEDED.
Bubonic Plainio In London Calls Attention to
Needs of Halifax and Montreal.
Montreal. Aug. 0.��� H. 1!. Cray, acting chairman of the Provincial Hoard
of Health during the absence in Europe of Dr. I-. 1'. Laeheppellc. stated
Saturday lie would call the attention
of the quarantine bureau al Ottawa,
to thc despatch sent from London yesterday to the Marine Hospital at
Washington stating that there bad
been four bubonic plague cases and
two deaths there and asks that instructions he given quarantine officers
at Crosse Isle. St. John and Halifax
to exercise particular precaution regarding any eases which might turn
lip at any of those places.
''I may take advantage of this incident, " added Cray, "to again reiterate that 1 have for a long time advocated the importance of having a port
physician at Montreal, especially now
as the trip across is becoming more
ami more rapid and it is quite possible now that persons may be ill with
contagious diseases on leaving Liverpool and still the malady would not
have developed by the time the steamer passed Crosse Isle which would
mean, perhaps, that they would be
brought on to Montreal. That is an
Important question which should be
considered by the Federal Government without any delay, and I am
sure that a port physician should be
appointed."
MONTREAL DEFEATED.
Japanese Government lias Prohibited Emigration to Oanada.
Washington, Aug. 0, A despatch
lias been receiveil at the Japanese Legation from the Japanese foreign Oflice. announolng that the Government
of Japan had prohibited for the present, all emigration of Japanese laborers to the United Slates   and   Canada.
A   WONDERFUL   FIND.
Kaslo, li. o, Aug. 0.���George Kane
lias made a Wonderful Iind of copper
and gold about six miles south-west of
Kaslo, lie has found a ledge eight
feet wide ami it mil,. |ong,
LEADS   TO   A   DUEL.
Milan,. Aug. r,._ A duel with sabres
has been fought between Captain
Tan! and Captain Baceiall on the subject of Lie-tenant Itresci's course In
resigning from tlie army because his
brother was the murderer of King
Humbert. Captain Tan! hnd expressed
.Ti.puthy with the lieutenant, wherc-
llo  Praises General Buller Very   llluhly and
Considers Illm a (.real Soldier.
Winnipeg, Man.. Aug., tl Major
John A. Kerr, town clerk nf Perth,
(inf.. has received the following interesting letter from Colonel Steele of
Strathcona's Horse:
Standton, Transvaal. Jnne 26.
My dear Jack���I am with the third
mounted brigade in (leneral Buller's
advance under Lord Dundonald, who
is a line soldier and perfect nobleman.
We lay at the Cape fm- some time
under orders I'm' very important work
and were then sent lo Zuliilunil and
ICosio Hay. the "A" and "C" squadrons to the former country and "11'
squadron lo the latter, a bay on Ihe
Indian Ocean, In land and make a
rapid march through Tongaland. almost unknown, anil destroy Ihe railway nnd bridge al Omnati which supplies the liners from Portuguese territory.
The scheme hail, when I arrived at
Kosie Hay, leaked out through some
fool at the Cape ami the Hoers had put
ill nn enormously superior force which
Nationalist l.ar.rosso Team Defeat Them by
Flvo Coals to Ono.
Montreal, Aug. li.���Thc Nationalists
surprised tho world yesterday by defeating Montreal, live goals to one.
All was done by Improvement   in   the
French club's 1 IO,  The two defences
were about equal nnd the Nationals
slightly superior in the field, The
great difference was in home, The Nationals were always on the aggressive
and at once made for thc Hags while
the Montrealers caught and gassed
poorly anil were afraid to run in to the
goals.
TORONTO   NEWS.
Toronto, Ont., Aug.���I. J.Wlthrow,
a well known citizen, for many years
president of the Industrial Exhibition
died tonight. He had long been in
failing health and years ago gave lip
his connection with the Exhibition.
Lieutenant Colonel R.B.Denison,aged
7H. uncle of Lieutenant Colonel C. T.
Dcnlson, died today, lie was for many
years a prominent military man.
Sixteen-year-old Thomas Wood-
worth, employed by Dr. Godfrey,
Miinlco, was drowned Saturday afternoon in,Mlmlco Creek. Thc boy left
the home of his employer lo attend
the skill'regatta on tho lake opposite
Mlmlco.       	
ACCIDENT IN THE ENGADINE.
Maloja in the Engadine. Switzerland, Aug. (I.-Mr. (I. I'. Way. his
son, und thirteen Americans, accompanied by Mc   I'elaruc,   an   English
man, climbed theCluiadlrosso without
a guide yesterday. When near the
summit Mr. Way slipped un a stone
and fell ovor a precipice. The rope
attaching him tn his snn broke ami
the two were killed. Mr. Dolariie returned with great dlfllculty, The
bodlos were recovered.
BRIEF LOGALS.
A football gaino has been arranged
between the first and second teams of
the local clubs for Thursday evening.
All members of the second team are
requested to attend practice tonight!
as a meeting will beheld Immediately
after practice to reorganize the team.
Mr, A. Currle this morning received
news from (Ireenwood of the death of
his daughter, Mrs. W. M, Sproat, late
of Nclsnn. Deceased has been in good
health and the news of her death came
as a great shock to her friends ami
relatives here. Funeral arrangements
have, not yet been made.
Mr. Percy Dickinson has confirmed
the report of the transfer of the Nee-
pawa group, nn Ten Mile, from
Messrs. McCillivrny and Shannon in
the    Warner   Miller   syndicate.     The
Neepawa     group    t sists   nf   three
claims anil is situated just to the
west of the Enterprise. It bus a big.
strong ledge exposed, witli a fair
showing of high grade ore. The property is one of the oldesl ami best
known on the creek and has shipped
a couple of carloads of ore. Three
years ago Dr. Hell-Irving of Vancouver bonded the Neepawa and succeeded in butchering the property, from
the effects of which il has ever since
suffered. At present two men are
sinking a 50-foot shaft under lease
and are taking out. rich ore.
The following are tin- mining records for today: Locations ���Luclla.
Hear Erie, by Charles A. Yorke ; Good
Hnpe, on Eagle Creek, by Alex Lang;
Silver .('up, on Toad Mountain, by Jeff
Davis. Transfers���From James Skene
to James Leonard Stamford, l>. G.
Mowatt, N. McColemnn and II. Sturgeon, entire interest in Nellie ami
Barrio for a nominal consideration;
from Henry Sturgeon to D. T. Mowatt. N. McColuinan, ,1. Shone, J. L.
Stamford entire interest in Shene Don
for a nominal consideration; from
George He Maine to John McLatChic,
l-:t interest in Amo. Fernwood ami
Francis for a nominal consideration.
Certificates of Work���On Heaver in
John Holm, on Dewey Io William Kl-
ley. on Cosmopolitan to Venus Cold
Mining Co.. on Toronto to Dr. 1'. E,
Doollttle, on Cold Standard to A. II.
Kelly, on Taylor to Samuel  Marshall.
Lady Taylor, of Toronto. President
of the National Council nf Women,
accompanied by Mrs W. CummingB,
Recording Secretary ofthe Association
will arrive in Nclsnn from the Coast
at ti.l.'i this evening, They will be
met at the train by a delegation of
thc olllcers of the local council consisting of Mrs Dr. Arthur. Mrs .1.
Lalng Stocks. Mrs E, C. (lark and
Mrs A. L. McCulloch, and will be
escorted to the Hume lintel, where a
tliunci' will await them. The company will then proceed lo the residence of Mr. W, W, Ucer on Silica
Street, where a reception tn the two
ladies will be given between s ami
10 o'clock. Ilerr Stciner's orchestra
will furnish (lie music I'm' the evening. A cordial Invitation is extended
tn the public. .Lady Taylor and Mrs
Cummings leave Nelson  this  evening
nil the  10.30  bnat   fnr the  East.
A hitch occurred this morning iu
the case of E. C. Cordingly, who has
been charged with arson, which was
to have been beard before Judge Forln
at the courthouse at lu o'clock, His
Honor and Mr.W. A. (lalliber. for the
defendant were present, but no cnun-
sel appeared for tho Crown. Mr. 13ul-
lock -Webster was present ami asked for
an adjournment of the case. The fact
was brought out that the Deputy Attorney (leneral. II. A. McLean, hail
wired the Clerk of the Court that Mr.
S. S. Taylor. (... C. who conducted the
preliminary hearing in the ease, was
not to go on, but that the case was
tn l,e turned over to either Mr. \V. A.
Macdonald or Mr. .1. II, Bones. Mr.
Macdonald Is at present in Brandon,
Mini., and the ease was left tn Mr.
Howes, who refused to act as he was
the owner of the building where the
lire took place, The Clerk at mice
went bt Mr. Taylor and asked him tn
(jo oil with lb,, case, but having ntli
elal orders not tn th, so he strictly refused. Mr. Galliher stated thai he
did not think that the case should be
detained to gratify the wishes of politicians at the Coast. Judge Forln
adjourned the ease until Wednesday
at II) o'clock,
THE fl.Vf.NGE
MOVES SLOWLY
Differences Among the Commanders    Hamper   the
Movements of   the
Relief Column.
| of a former Chinese Minister in Wash-
| iugton. is still exiled.    Yung Wing is
in hiding.    The   Mauehii   party   once
exterminated, the people will welcome
reform.
(HY ASSOCIATED PIIESS.)
London. Aug.   0,���Thc   anti-fore
party again has   the   upper   hand
Pekin. According to reports emerg
ing from Li Hung Chang's lodgini
at Shanghai his baggage is packed,
preparatory to his departure for Pekin.
Hut it is added be has applied to the
Throne for twenty days sick leave.
Li Hung Chang claims that his representations to the Vang Tse Viceroy and Tatnai Sheng will be denounced by l.i I'Ing lleiig because they are
friendly tn the foreigners.
A news agency dispatch from Shanghai dated today says its rumored that
the powerful Viceroy Yuan Shi Kai,
governor of Shang Tung, who disapproved of Prince Tuan. has been
killed.
CprrcS] undents at Tien Tsin are unable to give anything fresh, though a
despatch from Shanghai, dated Aug.
0th, avers that the Allies lire making
slow progress towards Pekin on account of the differences of opinion
among the Generals, The American.
the liritish ami the Japanese Commanders favor one plan, this despatch
allirms ami the Kussians. the l-'reneh
and the Germans favor another plan.
Prince Tuan. it is added, seeks to inspire his army by proclamations ordering every foot of the road from
Tien Tsin to l'ekin to be disputed,
FIERCE FIGHT PENDING.
All the Chinese troops have recently
been paitl in full and troops, money
and supplies are going to Pekin from
the Southern Provinces. It is deemed
quite probable by military men in
London that the Chinese will make a
tierce light at Pekin nn a much greater scale than during the defence of
Tien Tsin.
A despatch received at the War Oflice in St. Petersburg from (leneral
(IrodekelV, tinted Khabarovski, Aug. 4.
says two squadrons reconnolterlng
near Teehe engaged 1000 Chinese with
two gUUB and S50 cavalry. After a
stubborn light the Kussians were reinforced by another squadron with two
guns and defeated the Chinese killing S00, The Kussians loss was eight
men killed and eight wounded.
The despatch adds that the battle
arounda gun was continued Aug. 3,
the Cossacks losing li men killed and
twenty-live wounded and driving back
the Chinese and killing200and capturing two guns ami two Hags.
A   RECONN01SANCE.
New York. Aug. B.���The Allies are
to make a reconnoisancc today, starting with lllllll men against (leneral
Mali's army, according to a Tien Tsin
cable iii ihe Herald dated yesterday,
which also says the Fourteenth I' ii i -
i ted States Infantry has arrived.
Preparations for the advance on
l'ekin are being pushed forward. A
large number of unlive boats have
beencommandered, All lighters have
been seized, which will stop business
with Tien Tsin. The combined forces
are Ignoring all commercial interests.
This could not be avoided without
detriment to the military operations.
Land transport will be difficult as
heavy rains are reported to the north.
The Boxers are raiding villages
south of   Tien   Tsin,      due   thousand
Mohammedans were massacred,   The
Chinese are saitl to be deporting Shan
Tia Kw.'tiig to Tung I'/.ow. ll is rc-
piirlcil thai   the   Chinese   have   made
overtures to ransom the l'ekin diplomats and close the war.
CHANGE MAY COME.
The Emperor ami Dowager Knipress arc believed in bo still in l'ekin.
Their Might nr death would produce a
ureal change. The Chinese now si-
lent nr nominally loyal will become
progressive when they have nothing
more In fear. The falc of those ��li I
have heretofore uttered pro-fore|^(,
sentiments terrifies even the scir.".,.,.
SHENGS STORY
New York. Aug.(I���Director of Telegraphs Sheng at Shanghai tells In an
interview cabled to the Journal and
Advertiser that two members of the
t'sung l.i Yamen or Chinese Foreign
Ifflce were put to death for alleged
riendliness to foreigners, and adds telle previous Btory the names of the
officials and the circumstances of
their death. He says the victims of
Li Ping Bang's wrath were Uu
Sung Cheng, formerly Minister to
Kussia and more recently Imperial
Director (leneral of railways and
Yuan Chang. They had been doing
good work in suppressing the
Hoxers and had supported the
efforts of Prince Ching to save the
foreign Ministers and restore order in
l'ekin. Unless Tung is suppressed
Sheng fears there is no hope for the
Legations.
CABLE FROM Ll.
The Evening World, in an editorial
today, says that it cabled Saturday to
Li Hung Chang for tbe latest official
Information on the Chinese situation.
Today the paper prints, under a copyright head, the following response:
" The Imperial decree just Issued
authorizing the escort of the Diplomatic corps tn a place of safety rentiers the action of tho allied force*
unnecessary. It is the first step towards the solution of the situation
(signed) Li Hung Chang."
TELEGRAPHIC   BRIEFS.
Winnipeg, Man. i Aug. 6.���No change
in the strike situation here.
Ottawa. Ont., Aug. 0���The body of
Isidore Vendette, 4o years of age was
found this afternoon in the Rldeau
Canal near tbe Maria Street bridge.
Vendette disappeared last Thursday.
The deceased leaves a widow and three
children who live on Cathoai-t Street.
No Inquest is found necessary.
Halifax, N. 8., Aug. �����The three
mile professional scull race between
Mark Lynch of Halifax and K. D.
Rogers of Worstcr, Mass., was won by
the former who led from start to finish, crossing the finish lino fully a
length and a half ahead of the American,
London, Aug. fl���Channel traffic has
been interrupted by a gale. The
Welsh coast is strewn with wrecks of
coasters ami pleasure crafts. The racing yacht Corsair was sunk in collision
with a steam Iish ing boat off Itains-
gale yesterday.
DIDN'T  UNDERSTAND  ENGLISH.
Au   English prisoner taiklag to his
Hoer captor, was told by him that
" the Hoers must succeed beOauM they
are constantly praying for victory."
" Hut so arc thc English constantly
ihdng that,'' said the prisoner.
" That is no matter," said the Hoer,
"for Qod does not understand English." And the Hoer believed this
because President Kruger had told
him so !
Thc jury empanelled to hold an in
quest over thc remains of the victims
of the accident at the LcRoi Mine in
Kossland last week after some deliberation decided tbat thc men came to
thell death by an unavoidable accl-
dl nt. The evidence of Bross which
was the only matter tending to the
contrary had no weight with the jury
who decided lhat every precaution
hail been taken to protect life and
limb.
lightened officials.     Chang   Itfa sou i Street
Although the excavation for the
grade of linker Street was discontinued thin morning until further advancement is made on thc street between
Hull nnd Josephine other street work
is being pushed rapidly. The bauliug
of stone for the betl of the street was
r.H'.'tcd. The roailmaklng plant was
also i,mnl this morning crushing
rock at the city   quarry  on   Victoria =  __. I The New  -Westminster people think
Kelson Daily MmerL^^^
Nels0.   D��tv   Mi-i-i,    MoNtuv   _<_<���-.   A.C.Q3T 6,   1,00.
Economy Is Wealth
tin
the
Wil Kill
There may lie many  partleB  among
the people at time of an election,   We
saw this last June in British  Columbia, when candidates of  at leant half
a dozen   factions   were   see-intf   the
suffrages of the electors,    But  when
it conies down to the practical work
of the Legislature   those parties   nee-
ttbsarily   reiluee   themselves   to   two,
one supporting   the Government that
for the moment is entrusted with   the
duty of managing public   affairs, and
the other opposing it with the   object
of having   it   supplanted   by   another
Set of men.    Although there were half
a dozen or more  different   parties   in
the Province during the   recent  campaign, there   can he   hut two   in   tho
House, the party  Supporting the liov-
���rnment   formed   hy   Mr.    Dunsmuir.
and the party opposing it, led by Mr.
Joseph Martin.
We get the text of a resolution that
gave occasion for the first division   of
the aession   in   .oast   newspapers   received sineo   our   last   issue, together
with reports of the debate to which  it
gave rise.    The resolution was moved
by Mr. Helmcken.and was intended to
express the opinion ��f the House that
precaution should he taken to protect
the interest of  workmen  engaged   in
connection   with    Qovernment    contracts-    It was  Introduced  with   the
... sanction of the I iovernment, whoootn-
miltcd themselves to   thc   declaration
of principle embodied   in   it.     There
was au amendment hy Mr.  Melnnes.a
.     leading   member   of   tke  Opposition.
The Qovernment having  declared  for
the resolution, an   amendment   would
be equivalent to a vote of want of confidence.    Thoso, therefore,   in   sympathy with tho Uoverument would   vote
against the amendment,   while   those
who desired a change  of  Admluistra
railway authorities have consented to
carry free one car of stock from any
point in Ontario. That is a verj
handsome contribution, especially
from that neck-stamping monopoly
thai delights   to   go'_ about   crushing
things.     	
Says   the   Kossland Record:    ''The
Nelson Miner modestly suggests  that
Nelson he made the permanent home
of the Associated Hoards of Trade and
claims  to he   the   third city   of   the
Province.   Nelson reminds us of  the
frog which  became so   inflated   with
the thought of its own  greatness that
it hurst."   The  comparison will  not
hold   good  until   Nelson    hursts.    It
will be well if our contemporary con-
tains itself until then
You cannot make money easier than
by saving it on FOOTWEAR.
We fit your feet and yonr poekelbook
also. You can only judge the value of
our low prices when you sec tlie splendid
footwear we give you.
Call today  and  economize.
:-,���-���.. LILLII. BROS.
PIPE SMOKERS
ATTENTION I
Ask   your
Tobacconist
loi
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants!'"-*
Smith's
Glasgow
Mixture
(MOORPOB**** '^TOi
Positively the finest Tobacco
for   Pipe    Smoking   in   the
et.
"In pronouncing the name of l.i
Hung Chang." says The Vancouver
World, "it would not he improper to
lay heavy emphasis on the lirst syllable," And if yon did it would mean
nothing unless spoken in good broad
Scotch. When in Toronto a few years
ago this wonderful old Chinaman intimated that his name was pronounced
as if written Lee Iloong Shang.
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, '*- C.
e^^+++++++*���-_*&
Branch Markets in Rowland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Order, by mall to any branch will have careful .- oromot attention.
Smoke  thc
Encyclopedia
Britannica
30 Vols, and Guide
$49^50
ihe Koote-
TELEPHONES
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Reduction in long distance rales.
nay Lake Company's Lines.
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50 Cents to Spokane and Republic.
���������������������������
C ther Rates Proportionately Low
|$i.oo with order, balance in
ggrThis
short
offer   good
time  only.
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
change ot Aannni_ia_-  -,	
tioa would vote for it in tkc hope of monthly  payments  of $3.00
putting thu Qovernment In the minor
Ity.    There were thirteen   who   voted
against the (Iovernment;  ami   one   of
these was the   member   from   Nelson.
���Mr. Houston.   liy his vote ho declared
himself opposed to the Dunsmuir (Iovernment, and in favor of one   formed
by Mr. Martin and  Mr.   Melnnes.     If
any doubt remained as to the position
he would take in the House, it is now
removed;   be  has   identified   himself
with the Opposition,led hy that priace
of demagogues, Mr.  Martin.
That in the logic of his   vo__,   however   unpleasant   it     may   he   to   his
friend- and supporters.    Thc  division
was a trial of   strength,   those voting
one way being friendly to the (iovernment and those the other  its   enemies
who desired its defeat.    That is what
it incann and was   intended   to   mean.
Hut  in   such   cases   members   amuse
themselves   with   various    pretences.
An excuse for voting against thc (Iovernment iu this instance was that the
resolution should have been   introduced    hy   a. member    of     it.     If    this
Was not an impudent preten-
* slon it was an exhibition of very
great ignorance, for it is open to any
member to move a declaration of opinio*, and as a matter of fact is frequently done. Wc would not accuse
the'tlrirteen of not knowing this. No
doubt they did, hut as they desired to
���otc want of confidence in the ii.it-
.er.unicnt they were   under   the   neceS-
aity.of  inventing   sonic  excuse, when
the resolution   itself   contained   a de
deration of   principle   which   on   its
merits they could not consistently OJ
pose.        	
"The meetings of the  Associated
Hoards of Trade of   Eastern liritish
Columbia must be protluclivc of much
'. good," says The Fort Steele Prospector, "In union there is strength,
and the combined efforts of the Boards
of Trade will have i 1 _ effect in the
Legislative Assembly, In the past
Eastern Rritish Columbia has bad but
scant    eoiiKiilei-atitin   at   Ihe hands of
our legislatures; butno_ the people,
:, backed   by a strung organisation, can
speak with  im  uncertain  sound, and
demands  for  proper  r gnltion will
nol fall mi deaf ears."
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THE
HUDSON'S
HAY
lfYouSmoke|C0MpMY
MAKES THK BEST
! FLOUR I
i $������. ��� ������������->���������������������������.��� ������������������
Highest awards at Winnipeg
Industrial  Exhibition.
Sold at
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle,
UNION  MADE.
JJ
NELSON, B, 0,
H. & M. BIRD
Agents for Burckfl nineral Wool and
A-bi'.tos   Co.
Real Estate,  Fire  Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOB BALE.
A threestory house on Park Blreol
close to linker Street. Lower
story of s'one. House well
built nmi laid mil. All modern
conveniences, Magniliocnl view,
l'urt cash.   Price ��� ��'-..">
Six-roomed bouse aud 50-foot corner on Ward street, Rented at
125 ner month.   Pries  1.700
lOO-fool oorner Stanley end Gore   1,11X1
Two   good  building lots mi .Mill
Slreet        500
Two building   lots   on   Vernon
Street     1,800
Ranch 12 miles up the hike. 180 ncn a
(00 cleared, HO under cultivation) 2,000,-
000 l'eet of limber. Buildings, fruit
trees, etc Half cash ami balance easy
terms,
encr Baker and Stanley Bti
NELSON, B. C.
^HAVE YOU1
EVER
Regretted not having a good Alarm
Clock?
We will forgive you
this time, but don't
do it again.
S1.5O--S2.50.
HAMMOCKS
PRICES SI.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
 ��� _HS_. _**%
Nelson,   B. C.
T.  H. BROWN
Jeweler
178 BAKKH STREET, NELSON.
_ t
We  are now doin^ businetl iu J
OUR NEW STAND
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
<   Next to Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see  all our
OLD customers and many Ni.W ones.
Give us a call.
���������...���������
KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
Telephone 10. P 0 Box, K and V.
ALEX. STEWART,
Room  3,  Turuer-Boeckh  Block, Kelson
Notary   Public.    Heal    Estate,   Insurance
.Mines, Limits.
FOR   SALE   CHEAP.
$150 only for n house and lot, block
21, Addition A.
fl.UHloilv for il house atd lot, Stan-
Icy Street.
ftCll only I'oi' a house ami lot, Robson
Strict.
Inside residence lots and bouse,
Vernon Street; a bargain.
$__,. i.*_."i cash, rest mi time) will bny
lot in bluck 79 this week; afterwards
rap.
$700 will buy house nnd lot, Kront
St, near Oholdich & Oo.'s wiirehouse.
81 n0 (toil oash, rest ou time) will buy
choice lot ill Bogustown, on car line.
Pot llcni ���House, $12.00 per month
Molly Gibson shareB.
Wanted- -Tamarao slock.
MISCELLANEOUS
AilvertlKonicnts Inserted under thlshesdat
the rata ot one cent u word por limorllon.   No
lulvortlHO-ionl taken for lorta than 'lb conta.
Great West
Lift Assurance Co,
riONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
Oi iifflil ProDflrty.
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
cTw'.WEST&ca
NOTICE  OF niEETlNU.
FOUND���A   boat.     Owner   can   have
same by provingmil psyingexpenses.
V. Council. General Delivery.
WANTED   Man and wife to cook at
mine, where 20 men arc employed,
Address " O," Miner offloe.
WANTED��� To   rent   a   ten loomed
house  or ten  rooms in coiniiiunicat -
Ins houses, furnished or otifurnished,
Address " Rooms," Miner office.
LOST���On  2Mb inat  a croc ulilc Icath.
or cigar case.   Monogram 3. II. EL,
silver,    Howard  $2M     Apply   Miner
(Hllce.	
P'OU BALK   Thoroughbred   Airedale
puppies]    host   blood    In   America
THE    WM.    HAMILTON   flANUrACTURlNG
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH.  ONTARIO.
CANADA.
CO.
The  Highland   Mining Company,   of
liritisli Columbia, Limited.
In pursuance of a requisition In
writing of Shareholders of the Company holding in the aggregate five-
eights (.">-*] of the whole number of
shares of saitl Company lamed, the Directors of The lllghlnud
Mining Company of British Columbia,
Limited, hereby convene and call no
extraordinary genera] meeting ofthe
shareholders of Bald Company, to be
held ni the ollice of tho Company al
Ainsworth. llrilisli Columbta,on Monday the -Mb day of August, A. U.
II  nt the hour of 8 o'clock p.m,
business: To approve a resolution
of the Directors of the Company to
dispose of the assets, rights, powers,
privileges, and franchise of the said
Company.
To authorize the execution of all
necessary documents to curry oul saitl
transfer.'
Dated at Ainsworth,  11. ('.. this   Ith
day of August, 1900,
By Order of the 11 -tl of Directors.
T. .1. LBHDRUM,
Secretary.
Coal and   Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd-
Cow's  Nest  Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,    -    -    $9.65
DELIVERED.
No onier can he accepted unl��s>
acconirnnlcd by cash.
Ollice Corner  Hall niul   Bakor Streets
TKI.K. HONK 33. ,
Onethlngthal   contributes      .,j>   Address Box 184
to ths success of the Winnipeg ExhlbT*V,0  lrt-Hooio  io   mi   ncn���  u
tlons Is the generosity of the railways   \iake; atove, and partly  furnish��
,,,,.,       ,    , I A    .lv O. New ling, Bakci Street.
In carrying exhibits  free of  charge. ' Ap,y w- ��"
ncrnHH   Hie
ilicil.
...STORAGE.
Storage s
space to rentjfgood, clean and
rates.    Apply to
cool
il   tea
sonable
The Nelson Eleclric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, Macdonald Block,
NOTICE OF MEETING.
The Josephine Mining Company, Limited, (Foreign),
A Special Mooting of the Josephine
Mining Company (foreign) will be
hold al the ofllccBof the Company,al the
Law Offices of Macdonald St Johnson,
Baker Street, Nelson, liritish Columbia, on Monday the '.'nlli day of    \llg
list. A.  I).    1900,    nt    the   li '   <>l'    11
clock in the forenoon.
Business:   To authorise the  *nle oi
the     "Josephine"     lui lli'l'il I     claim     to
Braest It. Woakes,
To authorize thc execution of all
necessary documents it. carry oul snid
sale.
Dated at Nelson, B, C, this  lib of
AugiiHl, A.  IV  I'.iu'i.
II.U'UV N. CARTER,
Secretary,
THE
Bank of
British Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to lSSUe
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
(-i/o.Guni)
Boom I, Turner-Hoeokh BlOOK.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING AuENI
Douses and Building Lots in All Part"
of tlio Oitj.
WANTED- Good building 1"<". '.'"."",
i own for client.  Also land adjo"
city for gardening1.
lining
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the highest ensh price for"
kinds of second hand goods.     VVl'i "
or   sell   nny thing from   nn Bnonoi i
needle.     Knrnitiiro.    stoves,   OSIP<   jd
conking utensil-, bought   in DtmW "   V|
quantities.     Also   oust  off   cloth's**!
(lull  and   see  me  or write.    A%UH
Silver   King   Miko,   Box   200.
Street, Nelson, B. C, ';'������'. --,-*"-
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Nklson   Daily  Miner,   Monday   Evenino,   August 6,   1900
10.
QUEEN   BESS KEPOKT.
In spite, of I.01111 Shut Down tho Gonip-iiv
show a Balance of Prodis.
The report of the directors nf the
Queen Hess Proprietary Company,
Limited, fnr the year ending March
:.'lst last states that tie mining operations resulted in 11 profit nf ��5,138,
ami further profit resulted from transfer fees,   interest  on depnsit,   viz.,    ��08
- a tntal of B5,a37. The London offloe
expenses were El.288, anil the expenditures in British Coluurabitt ��3,880,
leaving a profit "f -1,007, The directors have set aside for depreciations
��;VU, making the net profit for the
year. ��72(1. There was brought for.
ward from last year a balance of ��1,-
010, out of which was paid the incline
tax on tbe profits earned to March Bl,
1890, CillS. leaving a balance to the
credit of the general account of 1.1,-
1128. The directors propose to set aside
to development ��l,n00, leaving a balance to be carried forward of ��428.
Thc directors report that, owing to
the strike in the Slocan district, lasting for nearly ten months, active mining operations were almost at a standstill, and consequently the output of
ore wns very limited, being only 1056
tons, as compared with B337 Cms last
year. The strike has happily now
been ended, and operations have now
been resumed, Tbe directors venture
to think that, taking into consideration this lung period of enforced idleness, the result cannot be considered
unsatisfactory, as they have been able
to meet all expenses and carry forward a small balance. II is also satisfactory to note that the cost of mining has been reduced from ��:i lis, 8d.
to ��3 2n. Intl. per ton. and the average
profit bus increased from Cl lis. to
I'.', Is. per ton.
In view of the fact that tbe strike
prevented full working of the mine
for a considerable period the directors
have waived their fees for the live
mouths from November 1, IS'.i'.i, to
March ill. 1000. Notwithstanding the
strike the management were able to
to make special arrangements to carry
on the work on the new main tunnel,
which was started ou September l.i.
1890, and has now a length of 855 feet.
The object of this new tunnel, which
is over 300 feet lower than   thc   lowest
tunnel of the present  workings,   is tn
strike Ihe nre al depth.
The average assay per lou of Ihe ore
sold was as follows; Galena Sit ounces
silver per ton. 64 1-2 per. cent lead
per ton ; carboiates, 30 ounces silver
per Ion. 23 per cent, lead per Inn.
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
OpL'Mtintf
CA8LO & BTiOOAN UAIIAVAY
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TKAD. CO.
Schedule of Time,      Piietflc Standard lime.
Kil.'.-.tve February M. 1000
KASLO & SLOCAN HY.
PrtsnorWT train for Sandon und wayutntioiif-
leavofl Kiudu nt 8 a. in., daily. Returning,
[eaves Handon al 1.15 p.m,, arriving at Kaslo
fit 3.fl5 p.m,
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & THAU. CO,
OpenUinKon Knoletmy Lake and Hiver,
Str. "International" leaves Kaalo for Nelson
a'- (1 a.m. daily except Sunday. UetnrninK.
loaves Nel.nn at (M0 p.m., calling at Balfour,
l'ilot Bay, Ain~-wo"tli and all way points, l.on-
lieotfl with S. F. & N. train to and from Spo-
kane at Five Mile Point.
LAHDO-DUNl AN   DIVISION.
Steamer Argonta leaves Kaslo Tnosilayfl anil
Fridays al Qiutn. for tho head of navigation on
the uppor Duncan Kivor; roturntng leaves
Hall's Landing Wednesdays and Saturdays^
Steamers call ut principal landingH in both
directions, and at other points when Kignalled
Tickets .old to all point*. In Canada and tlie
United Stato.".
To ascertain rates and full information ad-
dresti t
ROBERT IltVINU.
Manager, Kaxln. B.C.
JB M
Delivered to ;tny point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings- Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill -tPILOTBAY. Yards, NELSON
and LAKDO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD.
The Nelson Coke &
Gas Company is
now prepared to supply the best LIME
in the country at
50c per Cwt,
Special rates on carload lots.    Apply
MrtlrattC-.ll
Baker Street.
E. J. SCOVIL
MINING IIltdKKit,      jiiriiil l>l 1:11c.
WlntlO-lnoro Minos.   Corronp  - onC-Sorollod
wiynRKMKRR. a. a.
CANADIAN
Pacific
jj^ Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service.
Departure   and    Arrival   Time   of
Trains  and  Steamers.
Depart from                            Arrive  at
Nelnou                                  Nelnon
Steamer    arrivos  at Nelson
from the east, Crow'- Nest
brunch    and  intermediate
pointH 2.30
7. Ill Train leaves Nelson for Rossland and intermediate
points, and via Rohson for
north, Revelstoke,the main
line aud Paoiflo coast points.
T.liO Train leaven Nelson for Sandon and intermediate points
and via Slocan Lake route
for north, Kevelstoko, the
main line and Pacifio const
points.
Train arrives at Nelson from
Rossland   and intermediate
points 10.35
Steamer arrives at Nelson
from Kaslo and intermediate points 11.00
15.80 Trains leaves Nelson for
Rossland, Greenwood and
intermediate points.
16.00 Steamer leaveB Nelaon for
Kaslo and way points.
Train arrives at Nelson from
Rossland and Greenwood
and intermediate points,
and from Revelstoke, the
main line, and Pacific coast
points 18.45
Traiu ariiveH in Nelsou from
Sandon aud intermediate
points, and from Revelstoke,
the main line and the Pacifio coast points...'. 111.30
22.30 Steamer leaveB Nelsou for
Crows Nest branoh aud nil
poiuts east.
W. F. ANDKKBON,
Trav. P-B8. Agent
NftlHrn
K.J.COYLK.
A a. P. Ago-t,
VftnncoviT
A. R. BARROW, a. m. t am
Provincial   Land  Surveyor.
Corner Viotoria and Kootonay Stfl.
P. O.  Hox 551). Telephone No. 115
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Pine Lager
Baer and Potter,
DROP IN AND SHE US.
Nelsou, 13. C.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan ou StrniRht Mortgage.
Auply to G. U LKNNOX, Baker St.,
Nelsou.
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Beor or Half-and-Half only
10c
ALWAYS FRESH AND COOL.
The only gunil Beer ill Nelson.
Cor. BUuiloy&nd BUlcn Btroeta.
ED CURRAN, Prop
CALL ON  THE
NELSON WINE CO.
mnl try n bottle, u doion, or a barrol of
OALGARY BEER us It U Uio boat and
i in'iiiii'Hi on n,i. market, Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS,    and    CIGARS.
FRANK   A. TAMBLYN, M.~._..,.
Telephone UH. Baker St., Nelson. II. U.
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AND   THE
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For a first payment of $1.00 the 16
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Then you pay $1.50 monthly for 10 months.
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m*
1   Plain Tnlon from tho Hills
lln. IndiiiK I'i'of. NovlonV Kkt'lilil
_   Soldiers Throe; Slory of tlm Qadsbys;
In Hlinik .'iiitl While
:i   Under Hi"   Ueodam:   Tho   Phantom
Rickshaw; Woo Willi. Winkle
I Departmental   Ditties;    Hali.nl-    nmi
Barrack Itoom Ballads
b  Life's Handicap: BeinK Storiw of Mine
Oun I'ooplo
ii  Tho Ntuil lika
7   Many Inventions
K   The l.l|(lll Thai Failed
II The .Itn.Kle Hunk
in  The Seoond Junglo Bonk
II    The Seven Sena
l'_   Ctiplaia-. CtiiirnKeoti-
13   Tlie Day's Work
11   Prom Sea to Soa; Vol.1
i.'i   . rom 80a to Sea; Vol.ll
10 Stalky St Co.
CUT THIS   OUT,   SIGN,   AND   FORWARD
Tiik DAILY MINER, NBLRON, B.C.:
lMnase send me the worke of Rudyard KtpUng (autliorlKOd oilil ion*.
hound In cloth, etmiplelo in Hi volumes, for whieli I agroo to pay you
Slli.OO. I enclose $1.00 as lirst payment, and will sentl you $1..">0 per
month hereafler until the full sum is paid. The hojk- to remain your
property until paid for in full.
Namk
THE
DAILY
MINER
NELSON, B. C.
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ALL   KINDS   OK
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAU
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to j
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. U. St N. Co.
Connects at Nelson \<ilh steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
p.iints,
Connects at   Meyer's   Falls   with
stage daily lor Republic,   and  connects at Bossburg with slatfe   daily
I'or Grand Forks and (ireenwood.
I.K-VE. I>iiy Train. Anltivi..
10 AR n.iii H|xikime 7:10 p.m,
12:05 p. m KohkIiukI  5:80 p.m.
'.1:80 a, m Nelson K :IK) p.m.
Nitflit Trnin.
9:46 p.m Spokane 7:06 a.tn:
11 .oo p.m Rossland 0:iio b.iu.
H. A. JAOKHON, G. P. St T.A.
Spokane  Want)
G. K. TAOKABURY,
Aslant, Nelson, B.O
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Nri-HON H.C.
A  BMrtltng ami  Dny BohOOl OODduoUd   liy
tho futon of BtsJoMphoi Poaoe.   iUhhIiu-
atod KtUittoornerof Mill unci .1 ��� ��� ��� ��� 1 ��� itrooUi
in-in.'nr 1 i.r best roaldontlal pprtlonBot Nal-
hoik  Hint Ih fiully  hcc(>hhI1>1u from  all ]������<������ 1
of 1 no elty.
The coiii*ho of ftudy lnrlixlrt. tin-fiinitiiiiifii
tal ���������ml 3 _��� _.. -11 - - -i bnnODOi of a !.u:. .'I, 1, in, 1 1
i'il iictit ion, HiiHinoHH roiiixo��� HookkooplnK.
HlonoKraj-liy and 'I'ypowrit liiR. BoionOO OOUmc
���MuhIc, Vociil nmi IiHtrnincrital; DrftWtflg,
ota���Plain and Art, Noodluwork; (JuliHUionloM,
etc.
KortorniH an*' MftioQlWI npply
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
QQOQGQoo^oQmmm)
Mm iiyiit Agency
WANTED.
Two   conks.     Walt rest,     Two   men
fm' haying.
Oook (wiiiiiani and nurse girl want
situations.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
Capital Pald*m $I,����,OTO.oo 1  Rail nti,?oo,fMm.o
Noaril  nt   I'll. �� im-:   Thomai K. Kenny,   Pntldont;   TliomaH  KiU'liin,   Vice-froHidonl.
Wiley Bmlth, 11. U. Itnuld, lien. II. II. Fuller, M.L.C.. lion. L'uvid MacKuen.
Head Office, Halifax 1
General Kfanuer. Bdbon U Peam( Montreal*
Buporinlondont of Branobra, and Bocrotury, \V. I). Torrance, Halifax,
Invpeetor, W. _���'. Brook, Halifax.
Inspeotor D. M. Btewart) Montreal.
Ki .1 in li. -. 1
Suvtt leotla iliilifnx Bmnoh, AntlKoninh, BrldgewatertOnriborOi Londonderry! Lanenbnrgs
Maiiinnd (Hni.t> ��().!, Plotou, Port Bawkwbury, Bydnoy. Bnubonacadte. Trnro, Weymoutn
Hew Bramwleh Bathurat, Dorchester, Predericton< Kingston iKont Oo.)( Monoton, Now-
eiu-tlo, Hackvlllo, Woodntook, r. k. i-h.nii Charlottetown, huininernido. qhtImt Montroal
((.ity Offloe), Montroal, West End (Cor. Notre in.mo uud HniKucurH Btreeta); Wi-mimount |Oor.
Oroone Avenue and st. Catharines Btroot. Ontario- Ottawa. v-Mruum-iand st. John'H
cuiui, v.vnt lit diet���Havana. 1 mini nialea  Now York (IB )��� -������ i,..^;.- 1 ��� 1 .* ��� < 1 Koimbiic, Waah
HRANOHKH IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
t ,11 1 1 s[,,,nili HI . 1
,'nnmi��-Mi'rt'liiiiii^ Tiinik of Canada.  Bontoa���National Bhawmul Bank.  ,'h,raao--Amrrl(ia
National Bank.  Saa FraaclMO  firat National Hunk.   Londsa, khk.   Hunk of .-.,,-:.	
,'iirli,   IT: <'    OrO-lil   l.yt 'i��.    lit iiiinilti    Hunk iiT  liti iiiuil't.    �� lllnn   I .liuiuit     11 1
Kong ana Bhivnglial Banking Corporation.
Ueneial BanklriK Kuslness Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bought
and Sold, Letters of   Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Account, received Oil the must fnvoralilr tcriiiH.    InU-reHl allowed on upecial
deposit* and on SuviiiK Hunk accounls.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
HOTEL  ROSSLAND
VfiRNON ST., NELSON.
RATES
By the week from $5 to 96.
By the day 81.00.
J. II. LOVE, Agt., Baker St      J, V. O'LAUGHLIN,   Prop.
Gamble &  O'Reilly,
Cum   E���.-_!���.�� ��� r��.   Provinoi*l   Land   Survivors
R��*l   F. ���-*.���.   Imsurandb,
And    (i��N��nai    Auii't
RtMT-k   CoLlBOTfO Loas-B   M��P|
Baker 5trtct, NcUon, B. C.
I N
elson Daily  Miner,   Monday  Evening,  August 6, 1900.
DETAILS  OF   STK1KE.
Chief Bullock-Webster Relates His Bxperle
on lho Fraser.
iii   Police   Built
lit   the   ct
Chief of Provlnoi
Webster, who has been
The   flrBt  practice
Symphony cluh he held
for the past two weeks in  connection jlhis even<nB ut Mr.
with thc settlement of  the strike  of |dence on West Balier stn
the fishermen on the Fraser river, returned to Nelson last evening. He
was culled there by the Government,
but as matters were not as serious us
was expected, he assisted Mr. Leister,
of New Westminster, who is the chief
oonstable of that district. Concerning the trouble, Mr. Bullock-Webster
said this morning,
"The whole cause of the trouble
was that the Unions demanded of the
canneries -5 cents per Iish. In return
for this, and ns times were rather
quiet, the executive committee of the
canneries met anil moved that they
would pay SO cents per Iish up to 50Q
iish per week ami Iii cents per Iish
over that number. The 1'ni.ui refused this und held out   for 25   cents.
Lieut.-Col. Benson, of Victoria wl
arrive in Nelson about Friday August
to to conduct an Inspection of the
loeal rifle company,
f   the   Nelson
at   8   o'clock
Archbold's   resl-
ect.
Mr. David McBeath returned yes-
terday from Sault Ste. Marie, where
ho has lieen doing contract work for
the A lg(una Central Railway.
Good progress on the Kirkpatrlck-
Wilson-Clements block is being made.
The basement and ground Boors have
been laid and a crew of masons were
put I., work this morning laying
brick for the walls.
Jlr. Halifax Hall, who Is tn charge
of the construction of the new Lemon
Creek road has sent word to Mr. .1.
M. Williams that there are now over
50 men at work upon
that DO more men wil
I present.
ABOUT   NEWSPAPERS.
the
be
road and
needed at
In an effort to secure a st
ttleineiil
ti
assault
police
protcctit:
the trouble Mr. llremner. Government
Land Commissioner,   and 1'. S. Cotton
of Ottawa, late Commissioner of I.amis
and Works, met July -'.' and placed the
price at 111 cent_ per Iish for any number, this to be paid   until August   31.
This price was refuseo by the   Union,
and    then   the    Japanese   fishermen
started fishing on   Tuesday, July   24.
About this  time the  members  of tbe
Union  assaulted two .laps   who   were
fishing in n boat   whieh   belonged
the   Phoenix   cannery.     The
caused   much    disorder   among   3000
white fishermen,  who were   threatening to take   revenge   on the   .laps for
having ti.shed for   less than   the   price
for which the Union was holding out.
The officers of the peace of the   Richmond municipality, thinking that the
olllcers   were    insullieieiit   for
if life and property signed
a requisition    to   the   Commander   of
the Militia  at   Vancouver  requesting
him to bring the   Militia   to   Stevens-
ton at once.    The Militia  from   Vancouver and New Westminster   arrived
but were not called upon to   do   duty,
Twenty-two  special  constables   were
sworn in.    Twelve of   these   patrolled
the river in steamboats and 111 were divided among the canneries at Stevens-
ton. There were also officers stationed
at other places along the scene of   the
trouble.
"The fishermen resumed their work
last Monday accepting thc price and
terms drawn up by tbe Government
ofllciuls. Many of the special eon-
stables were withdrawn but a number
were left at the place where the trouble
originated, to stop any trouble that
might arise. 1 think the trouble has
been satisfactorily settled and that no
further disturbance will arise."
Prater-
K, for
mil for
instru-
A smoker will be given at
nily Hall, Thursday August
the benefit of the Municipal I
the purpose of securing more
ments. A good programme has already
been arranged and a successful event
is expected.
Two gold bricks to the value of
about 81,000 each, were brought down
from the Venus mine last week and
deposited In the Imperial Hank to be
sent l.i tlie mint at Helena. Dr. Doo-
liltle said this morning that he expected to bring down another in a few
days.
Mr. McAdani, secretary of thc Nelson Football Club, received a letter
today from the Silverton team asking
that a game be arranged between the
two teams iu tlie near future. The executive committee will hold a meeting
ut once and definite action will he
taken.
Mr. W. Orr Peterson, in a letter to
Mr. Pearson, written from Cape Town,
says he wns invalided home and was
leaving for Knglaud on July 4th by
steamer Dunottar Castle. The rest of
the regiment was up the lines, doing
little or nothing, and was expected at
Cape Town in the course of three or
four weeks.
Mr. Charles Cuminiugs of Rossland,
one of   the   delegates   to   the   recent
meeting of the Associated    Hoards  of
Trade, was operated on at the (leneral
Hospital this   morning   for   appendicitis.     Mr.   Cummings   wus   first   attacked on Friday evening und on Saturday the attack was pronounced  np-
| pencicltis by Ur.  LaBau. who operat-
upon Ii im today assisted   by   Dr.   Do-
herty. Superintendent of the Hospital.
At a late hour the patient was   doing
well.
KIPLING   ON   THE   WAR.
Are you interested in the war in
South Africa? Ho you want to know
the liritish soldier'.' Vou ought to
rcatl Kipling, lie has mel Tommy
Atkins in India anil elsewhere. Tommy IS now in South Africa. If you
are properly Introduced to him by Mr.
Kipling yon will understand Tommy
Atkins' ways wherever be happens lo
he. If you want to know something
about the methods of win- correspondents yon must read "The Light That
Failed. "
Mr. Kipling has good stories from
his budget from all over thc empire.
He speaks in two ways, prose ami
verse; if you don't want him to talk
to you.  let him sing.
The Miner has arranged with Ceo.
N. Morang St Conipany. Limited for a
few setH. Applications are already
pouring in by every mail. Every set
will soon be taken and Ihe list elosei
To secure a set prompt action will I
necessary.
LOCAL AND
The   Nelson   inlerinciliati
club was defeated at ll.
day by 11 to 7.
Mr ami Mrs V. VV, Long, of Carbonate street, are rejoicing In the birth
of a daughter.
Twoniy-si'veii people were mode
members of the MethodlBl church yesterday morning by the  Rev, .1. While,
Mrs.  (ieorge     lleer.    win.    hns    been
visiting friends ut Brandon, Man., for
the past few weeks, will arrive home
on Wednesday. She will be accompanied by her sister. Miss L. Flcm-
nilng.
GLORIOUS NEWS
Comes from from Dr. Dr. D. II
Carglll or Washita. I. T.. lie writes
"Pour hollies uf Electric Hitters has
cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which
hail caused her great sullcring for
yenrs. Terrible sores woule break out
ou her head and face, ami the best
doctors could give no help: but her
cure iscomplete and her health excellent," This shows what thousands
huve proved���that electric bitters is
Ihe best blood purifier known. It's
the supreme remedy for eczema, tet-
t'.T, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and
running  sores.     It  stimulates liver
llleys and bowels, expels, poison.
builds up strength.
Bold by Canada  Drug
The Rev. Mr. Munroe speaks ofthe Newspaper as a Social Force.
Lust night at the. Congregational
church the Rev. William Munroe
preached upon the Newspaper as a
Social Force." The following extracts from his sermon are of interest
to thc readers of newspapers:
"Simultaneously with the growth of
civilization there  bus  been a  steady
advancement in thc making of knowledge   more   widespread.    Hefore   the
advent of the printing   press   knowledge was for   the  favored   few.    Men
lived in ignorance of thc   activities of
all hut their  nearest   neighbors.    Today the daily newspaper  brings to ns
in its quickly   gathered pages   reports
of the conflicts, the defeats and victories   of   meu of   every   nation.    The
modern press gives us the services of an
army ut the price of a  postage stamp.
A   good   newspaper is a   blessing because  it makes knowledge democratic
for all  thc   people.     Great   libraries
make   a   few   intelligent    men   und
women.    Newspapers lift   Nations to
more exulted   life.    Fur better hnve n
hundred thousand   citizens   tolerably
intelligent than one. thousand Solons.
Nor can it be proven that   the knowledge obtained from thc newspapers is
ephemeral.     It is true periodicals niul
dailies are soon thrown aside  but the
knowledge giveu out by them ere they
are laid   uside makes up the structure
of    this  world's    heart   and   brain.
Knowledge left ou the shelf in a   library isof no worth.    It is living, moving, circulating knowledge that shapes
the destinies of men and nations.
"Through the instrumentality
the Press the cause of religion, liberty and civilization receives advancement, If perverted the cause of evil
will receive advancement. Like the
dread tree of the Garden of Eden,
knowledge of good und evil is from
tlie Press, The busy day scurce he-
gins before the tradesman runs his
keen eye down the sheets. The preacher lays down his theme to scan the
pages und learn what last new folly
excites thc community, ' Reports of
births, deaths, weddings, forgeries,
fires, wrecks, harangues and hailstones, brawls and broken necks ' says
a well known writer. ' come to us
from the Press. Lively or sad lives
meanest or mightiest things, the latest prize tight, the fate of empires,
each sheet teems with thc wonders uf
thc passing day.'
" When I see the printing press
Standing with thc electric telegraph
on our side gathering up news from
even the remote places of the earth,
with the telephone and reporters on
thc other side gathering up loeal news,
with express trains, postal service
and newsboys waiting at the door
ready to distribute tlie scarce dry
sheets broadcast over the land 1 begin
to realize that the newspaper is one of
the mightiest forces of modern civil
ization."
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NEW HATS'/
NEW HATS!
Just to hand, the Newest Ready-to-Wear
LADIES'   HATS
in
the trade. FELTS, all the new
Shapes and newest Colors. See them.
They are Most Stylish. Do not be
without one.   They are the Newest.
KERR & CO
���m
BAKER  STREET, NELSON.
t r
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINKKAL WATERS
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
'llllOltl'K A CO. Liiuited-Oonior Vernon J
JL   ami Coder street-, Nelson���Manufacturers uf anil wholesale iluiderti iu.uerutcd waters
and fruit syrups.   Solo ukoqU for Halcyon Hot
Springs iniiierul water.   Telephone 00.
XT BL80N SODA W'ATKlt FACT OltY-
_L. N. M. Cummins, Lcssoo���Kvery known
variety of sofI drinks. 1* O box > Teluphoue
No. 31. Hoover Street, Nelson. Bottlers of tho
famous _l. Leon Hot Springs Mineral Water.
URIAHS
KOOTKNAY CIGAK MANUFACTURING
* " e ltoyal Seal
Factory and
K_��� -.   
CO.���Manufacturers of the ltoyul Seal
and Kootenay   Belle  Cigars,
olllee, linker Street, Nelson.
Spring ohickeu and all tbo delioeni-s
of the season served to you wheu you
visit Florence Park Hntol at RohertB'
Kiini'li. two and a half miles 'up tbe
river.    W. V. Roberts, propiietnr.
He who has
lost liis sij^lit
best knows its value.
Hundred? suffer loss of sight.
Timely attention might have
prevented it.
Examination free.
Satisfaction guaranteed,
Patenaude Bros.
WutrJituakcrs, Jewelers and Opticians,
NF.LSON.  B.IC.:
CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,
COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS.
Bond yonr basin cis direct to Washington,
���uvea time, costs lew, bettor scryliie.
lly office cl<M�� to V. 8. r��Unt Office. FREE pi.llmln
_jT .__mlnatl.ni nud_. Ally', f. _ not due until patent
Uiecared. PERSONAL ATTEHTIOK GIVEN lv YEARH
ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. Book "Dow toobUln PkUnU,"
tt*., Hat fTM. PftUnU pro_ar*l through E. 0. Btgg.ri
recti.e  ipeci*l    no tic.,   ��Thout  chugi,  La   tha
INVENTIVE   AGE
lUtuti&ted monthly-Eleventh v_*r   terroi, $1. a year.
ElSIGGERSSs-.-.'
COMMISSION MEBCHANTS
UJ. KVANS & CO.-I.ukor Struct, Nel-
��� son���U hole, ale dealers in liquorn, ei-
Kiirn, cement, tire brick and liro clay, water
pipe and .tool milts, uud Kvuierul coinmisHion
uiurclmntH.
TOO   LATE   TO   CLASSIFY
WANTED���Good  survnut  for  soncritl
housework.   Apply to  Mrs. Thoburii
Allan, Viotoria Street.
NONE BETTER.
FR0ITS AM) CONFECTIONERY
A. M'OONALl) - Madden Block. Nelson-
FrulU, ice cream, "U. Ii." ehocoluten.
btgll elans confectionery.   Ico Cream PurlorH.
J.
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALAOE DINING AND OBSERVATION
0AR8. -MEALS a la 0ARTE.
NOTICE.
I, E. T. Smith, have purchased lho
sh e Bhinine stand nt the horthwfsl
oorner of Baiter and Ward Streets, und
would like t" hnve tlie patronage nf tlm
former owner. Tlie lii'8t ehiue iu the
city.
R T.SMITH.
CRUCIBLE GAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch ilium. $13. BO per 100 feet, For
immediate delivery ill Nelsou
apply.
J. C. T. CROFTS,
f>. O. Box 676. Nelson, B. G
GOOD   HOPE    MINKKAl.   CLAIM.
Situate In tbe Nelson   Mining   Divi-
Hion of West Kootenny District. Where
lonat-tl: on MoruiiiK Mountain, uiljoiii-
nir the Algoma mineral olaim.
Tako mitice. thnt. 1. Robert Hcott
Ltnnle,  ns  agent for tlm Atbabaioa
Qold Minn, Limited, Free Minor's
oertifioate No, B 88414, Intend Bo days
from the   (Into   hereof, to apply to tlie
Mining Recorder for a  oerMncatt ��f
improvements, for the purpose of ob-
talnlng a Crown Grunt of the ubove
olaim,
All tl further take notice thai notion,
under section II? mnst lie coinnienoed
hefore the issuance of Midi Certificate
of Improvement*.
Dnted this Hith day of June A. D.,
11100.
R, S. LKNNIK.
SUMMER   GOODS!
Until every dollar's worth of Summer Goods are cleared off our shelves and
counteis we will continue io give the biggest bargains in these lines ever offered to the
purchasing public of this city. The bargains we have heen advertising are absolutely
genuine. In almost every case we cut the regular price in half, and the purchaser derives
the benefit thereof. Until we notify you through these columns that the sale has closed,
yon may he assured ol these low prices.
MARTIN O'REILLY 8 CO.
JHACKMAN-KKH MILLING CO.
hay, Hour, food.   Mills al Vietoriu, Now Wefit.
LTD.-
VVlLoloule und retail dealer* in grain,
t in k
. Now V
mini-tor; Kdinonton, Altu. KlurttlorH on <Jul-
k'U \ unit I'.iiniMiiion Railway. M uiufacLurors
uf (Im celebrated ti. tk. K. bruml cereals.
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD A Co.- Cornur Front
��� und Hall foLreels-Wholi'Nalo tfrm-ers
ami jobberi in blankets, kIovoh, mills, IhkjU,
rubbers, maekinaws und miners' sundries.
ARCHITECTS
ANK & MACDONALD (IL Cane, James
A. Mucdonuld) -ArebileclH anil Huporin-
lontloiiis, itroken lllll Hluek, comer Hakei and
Ward .Streets, -\eUun.
C
I.IIMIIKR
	
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KUKIN  HAW  AND   I'l.ANINO  Ml 1.1
Miltttm--Lumber, c.iltiiK. lloorliiK, mnl evury
llihiK in wtiotl for bulltliiiK |iiir|iti_-i. Uot our
prlciiN.   t.'orreH]iuii(lt'iieu ttulicllutl.
Close connection East and West
bound ut Spokane with t ruins (if tin
trains of the Spokane Fulls and North
em Kailwuy.
Direct connection at Nt. Paul with
ont change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all i mi nr. West und South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily for Wost at 7:45 p.m.
West-hound trains make direct connection for Victoiia and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, und all points
on tho Sound.
During tlie season of navigation East
hound trains connect at Diilulli with
tlieinagiiilicetif steamships North West
_ndNoi'lli-I_tiiil of fheNiiitheiii Steam-
ship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further Information, maps, fold-1
ers, etc., apply tn any agent of Spokane j
Fulls A Northern liy., Kaslo Is Slocan I
lly., Kootei ui Railway _ Navigation |
Oo*, or to
F. I. WHITNEY,   H. A. JACKSON,
tioul. Push. & Tkf. Agt.    Ootn'cl Agt.
St. Paul, Min       Spokane. Wash
I'UKSII AND SALT MEATS
1>   Hl'IlN- A Co.-Bekor Street,  Nulsuu-
���   Wlioli'Kiilu dealers in frutili uutl ctn_tl
mcii-,.   Colli -lol'HKO.
WI9T   KOOTKNAY   BUTCHER   00.-
lliiktT Htri'ul, Nelnon--Wholosalo ileal
ers in fre���h uil'l elll-eil intuitu.
lIAltUYVAKl- & MlNINtl   SUPPLIES
M'LACHLAN HKO... (SuccoHMorH to Van
eouver IlunlwuroCo. 1,01.| linker titreol
Ni'l un w li'iii "!'��� dealors In liurdwar. and
lulninK Hiippliea, pluinltei-- and llnHnnUnt' Htip
pile*.	
NKLSON   HAHUWAKK  CO..
paints, iiilt. ami RlhS . meet
akiuiih fm oniario Powder worki
Atlantic S. S. Lines
From Montreal
Allan Uno Tunisian Auk*
Allan  Lino    NuiniiHnn A\itf 11
Dominion Linu  Cambroman Joly 88
Dominion Lino  Vancouver Antf 11
Ik'iivcr   Lint;   Luriitania  Auk 'i
iluavur Linu Lako Clmmnluin Auk  "'
From New York
Whito Star Line Mnie*U.'   AurI
i WhitoHUr Lino Oceanic Au����
I Canard  Line  Ktruria  Auk 4
j Cunard Une Campania Auk n
! American Line New York., Aug 8
I lteil Siar Line Westernluud Auk 1
1 Anchor Lino KurnewHla  July -��
Anchor Line  Anchorin  Auk 11
N.O.L. L. Kaiwcr Wilhulm.dcr Orofina... .Auk '
N. (J. 1_. Lino Allor Auk U
Allan HLato Ute Stale of Nebraska... .Auk  '
From l-0��l.on, Mann
CunnrJ Line Iverniu Auk    *
Canard Line Ultiria Auk U
PosaagOfl arranf(Od In am) from all Kuropcan
puiiii .   For ni Los, tickets and Tull Inrurmalion
apply to c. p. it, dep'.t UK*-'"1 ��r W. Y. Anderson, ('Ity PmweiiKfr AgOlVti Nelnon, ti. 0.
W. I'. F. CUMMINGS.
Oenoral fin\oi. C.P.B. Offloe* Winnipeg.
LODOE MKKT1N(JS.
A
NKLSON LODGE,   No. 'A A. F. St A
M. mootH second Wednesday  tn each
month.   ViHitlnK hrothern welcome.
<\__Wki--
I. O. O. K. Kootenay IxmIjco
No. HI, mcet^. ovory Monday night,
at   their   Mull,   Kootena;   ntniol
BoJourn-iK. Odd Follown cordially invlt .id.
John A. McIUie, N.O.   1). W. Uuthorfonl, V.O.
Fred J. Squlro, 1*01*. See.
LIQUORS AND DRV GOODS
rpiutNKlt, BKETON kCo,
JL    and JitfOphme  Btrooth,  NoIhoii -
Corner Vornon
  ;._,      Whcle
Kuto dealers In HnuurH, clKarH, and dry ku'k'h.
AkoiiIh for l\il.nt HrowliiK Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary HruwioKt-o of Calgary.
UIJHON'H HAY Co.   VVIioIohuIo groccrfOH
II
CALIFORNIA WINK CO., 
)   Kronl ami Hall .Slrneli, Nolson���Wholo-
hiiIo ili-'iilern  In   wines  IcaKo anil
tltillliihlit' ami Imported ' iimi
Limited-Corner
-WI
..������11. ���. and
PHOVI8ION8,   PBODUCH & KIUUTS
JY, llllIKKIN _ CO. -Cornor Vornon nnd
��� Jottophlno btret'Ui, Nnlwon ��� Wholojnl��
iii'iiieri, In pruv'-oiih, ourod iiiuata, butter snd
tt$h
Nolson Kiicampliient No. 7. Mootfl overy lot)
antl iili Friday of each inontli, in Utld Fellowtt'
Hail, corner linker uml Koolonay ulreetit,
NoIhoii. A. H. Clnmonts 0. P.| I). MeArthu.,
R. B.   VlHltiiiK lirotlierH olWftyfl welcome.
NKLSON   I.OIIUK   No.    SB,  K.  oft'
nioolH In K. of P, hull, OdafolloWB lilock
..every   TueHtluy  oveninK al   8 o'clock
EJA11 vli.il.iiiK knlKhl-M cordially   invite,!
V. .1.  IIHAIII.KV, O. 0.
J. A. IMijrivi "IK, K.of It. mill H.
NKI_iON
().   L.
of ouch	
cordially invltod.
Crawford, It. 8.
No.  IIBl  meelM in  I'm
liluy ev
.     inu III'
RobliiHon. VVVM.:
tornlty'Hall on lli'tt, uml third Kilduy evcniiiK
_)\ ini.nl ii at, H o'clock.. Visiting, mouther
ieru
Win.
N_t_)ON'H IjUKI'lN NO. IHl
B0N8 OF ENGLAND, meel-
fllat and third WetlneHtlay of
euch inontli nl, l-'mlurnily hall,
corner of linker anil Koolonay
Htreeta. vihIUhk brothorn cord-
lail) Invited
John Wathiin. Hceretary.
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at thc following news stores at five cents per
copy:
UilbortHt.uilev
Thomson Slatlonury Co
('unatla DriiK &Mook Co.
llui el Humo N'owk HI and
Hotel Phair News Htund
It. Campbell
C. F. NoIhoii
J. F. Dolunoy
It. A. BnuMiuw
Hloean Nowh Co.
ThoniKon HrOH.
l.i t ,'.  YounK
11. A. KIiik&Co.
and  News   Agents
trains out of Nelson
NolHOn
Nolnon
NoIhoii
NelHon
NoIhoii
Ymir
NowDonvor
UoHoberry
Slooun City
Bandon
Vancouver
KiihIo
Oreonwo(Ml
on  boats  and
CHUKCil DlltlCCTOHY.
COUItT KOOTKNAY, I, (). K, No 31ft-
MootinnH ith Thuradayof month. Fraternal
hull, J A IrvInK C. H.   Kit. FlomlnK. U.H,
NKL80N AKHIK No,JL F. O. K., mootn
evory WJeond and fourtl. Wodno^ayH of eaoh
i !V. on,th' t^1"111"^ Inem^rd cordially lnvit-
Clvarlon profluor, Secrotary.
H. BAVIOUItB [BNOLISh] CliUKCH���Corner
Ward and .Silica HtH. Hundayn: Holy Communion 8 a. __}.[ and on tho lnt, and 3rd HundayH
in tho month after Muttinn; Mattlii" at 11 a.m.;
Hunday School 2,30p.mj KvonwonK t'M Daily:
MattiiiH at 9.80 a, m. ThnrndayH and Saint h
I��uyH{ Holy Communion 10 a. in. Frldayn:
Bvenaong 7.80 p. m��� followoti by choir prae-
tleo. H. S. AkehurHt, Itoetor. Frod Irvine,
(Ico. Jonnstonfi WurdeoH.
('atimii.ic   ('huhum -Cornor Ward aud Mill
Hln-etH Mann every Sunday at Hand l��.(H)a.m
BenedtoUon at 7.IW p.m.   Muhk every week day
at 7.1.r>u,m.   Hov.   Father Ferlanil Hector.
1'HKHiivTKitiAN (Iiiuitu.���aorvlcoHat 11 a.m.
and 7.:��) p.m. Sunday School al, 3,90 p.m.
Prayer meeting ThurHilay evening at 8 ji.m.;
<'in i'i nn Kndeavor Society moot* ovory Tuesday evening ul 8 o'eloek. Hov. H. Frow,
Pawtor.
Mktih.diht Ciiitucii���Corner Siliea ana
Jortcphino StreolH. SorvicoH at It a.m. and 7.M
p. m. ; Snbhuth School, 2,'Mi n.m.: Prayor mooting on Friday evening at, 8 o'clock: Kpwortb
[iOagoeO, K., Tuosday at8u.ni. Hov. John
Hobrion, Piwtor.
BAPTIST Chuhcii ��� ServicoH morning and
ovonlng at 11 a.m. and 7.IW p.m.; Prayor ment.
ing Thursday ovonlng at 8 p.m. tho H. Y
P.U. Tuesday ovonlng at 8 o'clock. Htrank*orH
cordially wefoo-wod. Itov. O. J. Coultor VV bite,
Paht^r.
Salvation Akmy���Sorvlo ���
at 8 o'oloch  In barraokM on V otorl
Adjudant liklKfoouibo ln chargo.
overy ovonlng
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