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Daily Edition No. 789
Nelson, British Columbia,  Friday, July  27,  1900.
Tenth Year
NO BARTER
WITH
CHINA
tody.    The Cli i nese retreated  after  a
feeble resistance.
TURNED THE TABLES.
General   GroilekolT,   in  a   despatch,
dated   at   Cabiirovsk    Tuesday,    July
2-ltb,    states that   Chinese   troops   are
raiding and looting in the Ynlu Valley.
The United States Refuses to!
Suspend Military Operations In  China  in
Exchange   For
Ministers.
(BY ASSOCIATED PnESS.)
Washington, July 27.���Thc United
States Government has absolutely refused the Chinese proposition to suspend military operations against
Pekin in return for the delivery at
Tien Tsin of the foreign Ministers.
A long cablegram was dispatched today to Rear Admiral Remey at Taku
and it is believed that this instruction was laid upon him.
night and if resupplied be believed   it
could hold out.
FIRST BLOW.
New York, -luly 21���A Shanghai despatch is published here this afternoon as follows:
"Shanghai, duly 27���The lirst important blow In tbe advance upon l'ekin lias been struck anil tbe Chinese
were routed. Fifteen thousand Japanese troops landed at Shan Ilai I.wan
mi the :.".'iid and were resisted by the
Cliinese. The Japanese fought gallantly and won a great victory. The
Chinese were put to flight. Preparatory to this movement the warships of
tbe Allies recently threatened the
Chinese forts at Shan llai  Kwlin.
MAY   BE    A    PLOT.
London, July 27.���The Dnily Mail
correspondent at Shanghai cables that
the Chinese troops have retreated from
tlie native City of Tien   Tsin and   are
London, July   27.���This  morning's
reports from  Shanghai   reiterate  th? I Concentrating at  Yuang Tin  on   the
allegation that the surviving members [ railway to l'ekin, with a view to  op-
of the Diplomatic Corps have already
left l'ekin on their way to Tien Tsin
and adds that the foreigners are being
escorted by the troops of Jung Lu,
Commander-in-Chief of the Chinese
forces.
This move is stated to lie thc out-
Come of very stormy interviews between Li Hung Chang and tlie foreign
Consuls and to have been taken in tbe
linpfi* ot abating tbe wratli of the
Powers and delaying the advance of
thu Allies towards Pekin. Advices re-
i-lyed from the same sources state
th��t half the foreigners in l'ekin have
been killed or wounded, or have died
as the rosult of privations.
LETTER FROM MACDONALD.
Simultaneously comes a cable dispatch to the Daily Mail from Shanghai announcing that a letter has been
received from Sir Claude MacDonald.
the British Minister to China, under
date of July (I, saying the legations
were under constant fire and that
they were still standing, but the foreigners were receiving no assistance
from the authorities.
Owing to the cowardice of tbe Chinese, Sir Claude wrote, it was hoped
that the legations would be able to
hold out for a fortnight, but if they
were pressed their resistance could
not last more than four days at tbe
utmost.
The text of the Shanghai dispatch
to the Daily Mail follows: Shanghai.
July 27.���A letter has jnst been received from Sir Claud McDonald, dated Pekin, July Oth as follows: "We
are receiving no assistance from the
authorities. Three legations are still
standing including the liritisli. We
also hold part of the city walls. The
Chinese are shelling us from the city
with a three inch gun and some
���mailer ones are sniping us. We may
he annihilated any day. Our am-
munition and food are short. We
���ronlil have perished by this time only
the Chinese are cowards and have no
organised plan of attack. If we are
not pressed we may hold out a fortnight longer, otherwise four days at
the utmost. I anticipate only slight
resistance to the relief forces."
Sir   Claude   concludes by   advising
the relief   force   to approach   by   the
Eastern gate or hy way of   the   river.
Some of        thc statements
above are strikingly similar to thc
published version of Sir Claude Mac-
Donald's letter of July 4th. If not
thc same letters thc Chinese artillery
would appear to he strangely ineffective. The casualties were thc
same according to thc letters of both
dates.
As lending color to thc suggestion
that the communications are identical
la may be stated that thc Belgian
Foreign Office this morning received a
despatch from Shanghai,under today's
'lute, mentioning tbe receipt of a letter from Sir Claude Macdonald, dated
���'"l.V 4th, In which it waa stnted that
thc beselged foreigners In Pekin were
posing tbt' advance of the Allies.
The proposal made by the Chinese
Government to the . merioan Consul
through Sheng that hostilities against
the Chinese should cease upon the
conditions that the foreign Ministers
were sent under escort to Tien Tsin,
appears to be part of a deep laid plot
to conceal the date of the massacre
and the duplicity ofthe ollieials, who,
being in possession of the news, suppressed it.
The story will be that the Ministers
all left Pekin under a strong escort,
but were -set upon by a mob of Hoxers.
The World will be told that although
thc Chinese soldiers fought bravely
tbey were overcome ami all were mas-
sac red.
with Russian
bombarded by
river bank on
reinforcements
Russian commander returned to
scene   and attacked   the   Chinese
Another     steamer
troops on   board   was
the Chinese from   the
July 24th.      Securing
the
the
posts in the face of a severe lire.
Three magazines were set on fire and
exploded, Tlie Chinese lost 300 killed
while the Russians lost only 7.
Berlin, July 27.���A despatch received here today, dated Tien Tsin, Tuesday, July 24th, says: "A messenger,
who left l'ekin Sunday, July 1.1th,
brought to the customs ollicer here
news that Prince Ching's soldiers had
been fighting Prince Tung's troops
and bad been defeated. The foreigners
were defending themselves in the
northern cothcdral near the Forbidden
City." 	
London, July 97.���A despatch from
missionary sources, dated July 35th,
says: "Everything lias broken out al
Ai Yuen Fu, the Capita] of the Province of Shan Se. There are no details,
Rioting has occurred at Hani, soutli
Che Li. The missions have been destroyed. Our friends safely escaped
to the country but arc still in
danger. "
PEACE IN   PANAMA.
MASSACRE AT MOUKDEN.
London, July 27.���The .Shanghai
correspondent of the Daily Mail, describing tbe massacre at Moukdcn says:
"The bishop bad armed 200 converts
to defend the cathedral, and a body
of Chinese troops bad been sent to defend the converts, but these soldiers
were leagued with the Boxers. While
the Christians Were holding a service
tbe signal was given and the soldiers
and Boxers surrounded and set tire to
thc church, putting tbe escaping wor
shipcrs to the sword. The bishop was
captured nnil taken to the Viceroy's
yauien, where he was diabolically tortured and decapitated. Ilis head now
hangs in front of theyamen. "
Thc Daily Mail explains that the
Chinese interpreter, employed by the
British Legation who, according to
its advices yesterday, escaped from
l'ekin to Nlu Chwang and reported
there that when he left Pekin most
of the members of the Legations were
dead and thc condition of the others
was hopeless, diil not actually leave
l'ekin until Jnly 8, and this goes to
show, if bis statement is to be relied
upon, lhat a general massacre had
not occurred on July IS, as has been
reported.
UNREST AT HANKOW.
St. Petersburg, July 27.���The Russian agent at Hankow telegraphs
under date of July 22nd as follows:
"Foreigners arc in a constant state
of Panic owing to thc hostility of the
natives, who arc affected by the events
in the northern provinces.The American and Britisli Consuls have recommended their respective people to
send their families to Shanghai."
ofthe French navy, Mr. A. J.Balfour,
First Lord of the Treasury, siguifioant-
ly pointed out in the House today that.
the bill before Parliament to prohibit
the exportation of war munitions applied to colli us well as other military
stores.
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A  COSTLY BLAZE.
SEYMOUR AT SHANGHAI.
Shanghai, July 27���Admiral Seymour has arrived here and has been in
consultation with the British Consul
regarding the situation. It is reported that Ll Hung Chnng intends to
leave for Foo Chow from which point
he could easily go to Nankin or l'ekin
overland. Should the southern Viceroys yield to the an ti-foreign Influence
there will he a severe struggle.      The
Yang Tse Kiang is being strongly for-
Rovolutlonlsts Defeated In Fierce  Battle and
Surrender.  Treaty ot Peaco sloned.
New York, July 27.���A treaty of
peace between the Government and
Revolutionists has been signed, snys
a special to the Herald from Panama.
This uction followed directly after the most desperate battle of the
revolution, in which the losses on
each side Were very heavy.
Owing, it is believed, to some misunderstanding of the terms of the
armistice brought about by the American, Knglish aud French consuls, the
Insurgents suddenly renewed their
attacks upon tbe suburbs of Panama.
The fighting lasted 11 hours. The
rebel troops made charge after charge
upon the trenches of the (iovernment
troops, pushing forward with a recklessness approaching closely to madness.
These desperate assaults were kept
up all night long and were met with
equally brave resistance by the regulars, lu one of the entrenchments tie-
fended by a detachment composed entirely of young men from this city,
nearly every one of the defenders were
either killed or badly wounded.
The tide of battle was turned by the
arrival of an express train from Colon
of eight hundred fresh troops to reinforce the (Iovernment and the rebels
withdrew. Dead and dying men were
lying along the Caledonia Road beyond the railroad bridge for half a
mile, sometimes scattered a few feet
apart and more often in heaps closely
packed together. How many were
killed during the night is not yet
known but will reach into the hundreds. The exact loss may never lie
known for many of the wounded men
crawled Into out of the way thickets.
As quickly as possible the lied Cross
Corps, aided by the ambulance corps
of the British cruiser Lcntidir, began
gathering   up   nnil   attending   to   the
wounded.   Cartload after cart loud  of
corpses were gathered together and
cremated.
Dr. Curios Mendoza. Secretary Ocn-
eral of thc Revolutionary Qovernment
went to the old station of tbe Panama
Railroad under a ting of truce at noon.
lie met there (leneral Albtin.Governor
of Panama, and  discussed with  him
the terms of a treaty of pence between
the hostile forces. An agreement was
reached after u long conference,
t'nder the terms of this treaty the
surrender of the Insurgents is complete. They ngrce to deliver up ull
arms, ammunition nud ships in their
possession.
Foreigners who have fought in thc
insurgent's ranks are to be allowed to
return to their homes. All political
prisoners held at Panama have been
released.    The excitement in the   city
Is already  gradually  subsiding and
there is a genernl   rejoicing   that the
lighting has been ended   without   the
threatened bombardment of Panama.
Fire at tiolson Furniture Company-Wholo
Block Narrowly -scaped Destruction.
The frame building at thc corner of
linker aiul Kootenay streets narrowly
esoaped destruction at noon today
through a lire which originated in the
furniture storeroom of the Nelson
Furniture Co. in tlie rear of the block.
Hut for the splendid work of the Fire
Department the entire block, and
probably the row of buildings east,
would have been completely destroyed. The origin of the tire is unknown but, it is understood Chief Jarvis has started an investigation to ascertain, if possible, thc exact cause.
The tire had been burning nearly half
an hour before the alarm was turned
in, this iniH'h having been learnedfrom
persons who saw smoke issuing from
the rear of tbe building a few minutes after 1:.' o'clock. The alarm was
not turned in iintilabout 12:85. Both
of the members of the Nelson Furniture Co., .Messrs. A. W. Purdy and E.
Cordingly, wire absent from tbe store
at the time and thc doors were locked. Mr. Purdy arrived at the scene
shortly after the fire alarm was turned in, but Mr. Cordingly did not put
in an appearance until after the blaze
bad been extinguished.
The lire was confined to the tin-
covered storeroom in tile   rear   of  the
block alt bough considerable damage
by smoke and water was done to the
contents of the two front salesrooms.
The smoke from the blaze was very
dense and it was with considerable
difficulty that the occupants of the
second Hour of the building found
their way to the stairway and to the
slreet. Those living in the row directly cast of tbe burning block moved
out their goods and chattels and in
doing so much damage was done.
When the fire department arrived it
looked us though the entire block aud
frame row must go. But the men got
to work quickly and in less than ten
minutes the blaze was under control.
It was a hard fight with odds at firBt
against the firemen.
Thc damaged building is owned by
Messrs. J. II. Bowes nnd Applcwuite
and is fully covered hy insurance. The
stock of the Nelson Furniture Co.,
was insured for 83,000, distributed  as
follows:    Queen,   91,000;   Guardian,
(1,600; Union, MOOj Scottish Union,
98,000. The furniture company claims
to have hud on blind $11,000 worth of
goods.
The Phoenix had 82,200 on the
building.
JHlHCed to |U)m,   ,u,sh     ,,,he   Belgian I tified With the  newest   guns   manned
l Mil at Shanghai also reports that a | by   German drilled   artillerymen.     It
irftp' lata the C"'nimn Minister,   who j is reported here from Tokio  that   18,.
Britl V, t   ��D ''"l,V "'   St"to8   thut  thc  """ J��I��llllL's��   troops   landed  at  Shan
Ration was only attacked at  llai Kwun, July 22 and gained a  vie-J
COAL  FOR FRANCE.
London,   July     27.���In   connection
with the scare created by the Immense
quantities of coal leaving Great   Britain for France, admittedly for thc use
REMEMBERED HER RESCUER.
Hamilton, Out., July 27���Louis II.
Scott, who emigrated to America
from Ireland two years ago, and who
was instrumental iu saving the life of
an elderly lady, Miss Verscoyleat Atlantic City, shortly after he landed,
has been left 87,000 by her. Seott is
now employed in the office of the
Hamilton Rag and Metal Co,
TELEGRAPHIC   BRIEFS.
Corn wall, (Int.. July 27���Thos. O'Cal-
lagliau. a I., year old boy, wasilrowned
while teaming to1 swim.
Toronto, Out., July 27���Lightning
struck the house of ('has. II. Nlsh,
Dear Lyn and killed  his   twelve  year
old (laughter.
Montreal, July 27���Paul Joy, a
street railway conductor, was killed
by a C. P. R. train at Mile End.
Toronto, Out.. July 27���Patrick 0.
Close, for many years a prominent
citizen here, Is dead as a result of a
mosquito bite on the neck, whieh he
scratched, causing blood poisoning.
Beaumont, Texas, July 27���A Southern Pacific southbound passenger
train was wrecked near this city today. Three passengers, one man and
two women, were badly hurt. Seven
cars went down an embankment.
Toronto, Ont,, July 27���The management of the Canadian Bank of
Commerce bus received a cable announcing the ratification of amalga-
tiim uf the Hank of British Columbia
by the shareholders of the latter yesterday. Mr. Ward, (leneral Superintendent "f tbe Bunk of British Columbia will be In Canada in August to
curry out the arrangements.
DESPATCHES
FROM PROVIDES
TWO FATAL ACCIDENTS
Trains Collide on G. T. R.-Two Miners are
Killed While Blasting.
(SPECIALS TO THE MINER.)
Belleville, Ont., -luly 27���A fatal
railway accident occurred on the Midland division of the Grand Trunk
Hail way yesterday afternoon when
two passenger trains collided a half
mile Bouth of Madoo.1 unction and two
lives were lost.
The Madoo train should have passed
the Peterbom express at Madoo Juno-
tion but being delayed did not make
the junction in time and the Peter*
horo train did not remain there.
Where the accident took place there
Is a bad curve and the trainmen did
not perceive one another until too late.
The trains came together with aterrible
force and enginemun Archie Edmunds
of Lindsay and brakeman Samuel
Burd of Hellville were instantly killed.
The brakeman was terribly mangled
and the engineman scalded.
The injured are Daniel Thompson,
Belleville, baggageman, bad scalp
wound and badly bruised; mail clerk
A. (lilies, Belleville, scalp wound and
badly bruised; Mrs. Win. McCoy.
Corbyville, face cut and body bruised,
Medical aid and a wrecking crew
were sent from here but it took several
hours to clear the track.
An accident by which two lives
were lust took place at Helont mine
near Marmora Tuesday night. Two
miners, Louis Dufresne and Peter
Terrion, were at work on the night
gang and about 11 o'clock, after
drilling holes, loaded them am] lighting the fuse ran up thc skip. They stood
on the bail of the skip and were being
hoisted to the surface when the blast
went off. The concussion of the blast
threw them off and they fell to thc
bottom of the shaft where both were
found dead. Louis Dufresne was 55
years old and from Quebec, and leaves
a widow and 111 children. Peter
Terrion lived near the mine and was
about 35, Ue also leaves a wife and
family.
BEFORE   THE    DEPARTMENT
Colonel Herchmer Has Laid Ills Case Before
the Department at Ottawa.
Kingston, Ont., July 87.���Colonel
Herchmer. formerly inspector of tlie
Northwest Mounted Police and latterly in command of the second battalion, Canadian Mounted Hi lies, South
Africa, is in the city. The Colonel
was spoken to regarding the causes
which led to his return to Canada.
He reiterated that he had handed an
official statement of the whole matter
to the Department at Ottawa and
would await further instructions.
Colonel Herelimer feels that he was
most unjustly treated liy Ueneral Hutton. He said : "1 am a disciplinarian, and when I issue an order I
want it obeyed, but 1 do not dog my
men: neither do I refer again to it
man's offense after he has been once
punished. I prohibited my men from
looting, and in that I was perfectly
correct.''
CHICKENS FOR TORONTO.
Ottawa, duly 87.��� Mr. A.ii. Gilbert,
of the experimental farm, has gone to
Carleton Plaoe in search of live thousand live chickens for ll Toronto lirm
which is willing to pay ten and a half
cents per pound for them and is willing also to pay the freight to Toronto
and pay for tlie return of the cases.
Mr. Ollbert says lots of money can be
made out of chickens if they lire raised properly.
OTTAWA BRIEFS.
Ottawa, duly 87.��� Mr. Muckay, tbe
well known lumbcrinan, bus loaned
1100,000 to the city to pay the relief
fund at lift for 30 years at 3 1-2 per
cent.
Archibald Blue of the Bureau of
Mines, Ontario, will be here early in
August to take charge of the Inking
ofthe next Dominion census.
('has. 0, Castle of Winnipeg, has
been appointed Under the grain trade
inspection act of last session warehouse commissioner for Manitoba,
from Montreal and told your correspondent that he had sent his
resignation as Member of Parliament
for Pontlac to Speaker lilain. lie haH
become associated with Malone for
the Montreal harbor improvements
contract, which is done by the Government, and the firm will he known
as I'oupore & Malone. Vi. 3. Poupore
will be manager,
HAVING A GOOD TIME.
Invalided Canadians Being Wined am) Dined
in London.
Toronto. July 21.���The (llobe's correspondent in London says that Mr.
Claude Cayley, a former Torontonian,
entertained the Canadian invalids ut
dinner at llolborn Restaurant last
night. About thirty-five members of
Strathcona's Horse anil the first asd
second contingents were present, representing a majority of the leading
cities of thc Dominion. During the
evening it was announced that the
Karl of Ki iiniin It invited the Canadians to stay at his castle in Perthshire. Funds for transportation are
to be supplied from the proceeds of
the recent chantant.
STRIKERS   IN   JAIL.
Result of Trouble on the City Rock Pile This
Mornlno.
Acting Mayor Irvine had a strike
on bis hands this moruiug, and this
afternoon the strikers are In solitary
confinement In the city jail. That's
where they were before they went to
work on the job which caused them to
strike, and they declare they prefer it
to working on a rock pile in a hot sun.
It all came about iu this way.
Thursday morning Alderman Irvine
wanted thc road engine anil the rock
crusher moved, and instead of putting
a crew of city laliorers to work on it
he took the men from the city jail
and started with them. They worked
all day yesterday and went back to
work again this morning. When Alderman Irvine appeared, however,
they made known at once that they
were sick of work and wanted to quit.
"We wouldn't have to do this,"
said the spokesman of the gang, "if
Mayor Houston was in town. This
work is worth 83.SO a day and we
ought to get something for it. We
weren't sent up here with hard labor
ami we don't propose to work for
nothing. We're going to strike if we
don't get our rights."
The acting Mayor thought long and
silently. It was his second strike
and he was anxious to handle it as
successfully as he did liis lirst, aud he
considered well before replying to tho
demands made by the strikers.
"It's just like this," he snid finally,
"you've either got to go to work or
gO buck to your cells on bread and
water."
Then one of the strikers quit the
ranks.     Be didn't care   to   live  on   a
diet of bread and water and preferred
the open air to the darkness and the
dampness of his prison, cell, lie declared that he was perfectly willing
tn continue working and did not intend to strike simply because his brothers In misfortune desired him ho
to do.
Here was a partial victory for the
Acting Mayor, and he used all bis
persuasive powers towards adding to
the ranks of the satisfied ones. Hut
It wouldn't work. The balance of
them simply would't work and without more ado they were marched linck
In their cells and at noon had a cool
light lunch of bread and water,
Tbe man who agreed to continue at
work was favored with a few kindly
words of encouragement and was then
Informed that he might go his way as
he pleased.
And this was the end of Acting
Mayor Irvine's second strike.
A FALSE HOPE.
Balmoral, South African Republic,
Wednesday, duly 88���The Hoers state
that their plan of campaign Is to
keep up guerilla warfare until November, when the Democrats In the
United Stales, if successful in elections there, have promised Intervene
W,   J,   Poupore   returned   tonight' Hon in South Africa,
A NELSON DAILY  MINER, FRIDAY,  JULY 27, 1900.
Nelson Daily Miner
D. J.  UKATON, Editor and Manager
JPUT A PROTEST ON RECORD,
The Qovernment, it is said, is under
a bond of honor and good faith nol to
introduce any legislation of B contentious character during tho present
session. Thai need nol prevenl It
backing up Col. Prior in his vigorous
protest mode at Ottawa a short time
ago, in regard to tho tii-ntnn-iit extended to this Province iii the matter
of public expenditure. We contribute
more per head of population to the
Federal chest, and we receive less In
return. Col. Prior made this quite
plain in a recent speech, and if our
Legislature were asked to put mi record an expression of opinion In
support of the stand taken by the
member for Victoria there would be
no violation of the understanding In
regard to contentious legislation.
A strong resolution on the subject,
coming from the Legislature of liritish Columbia, would he quite proper
under the circumstances and might be
fortunate enough to result in something tangible. It would not be con-'
tentious, for among ourselves there
can be no two opinions on tbe question thus raised. Wc lire all agreed
that the Province does not receive in
Federal expenditures ns much m its
contributions to the revenue would
warrant, us much in proportion with
the other Provinces, or as much ns our
Importance and necessities demand.
It would be in every respect regular
and appropriate to set this out in a
resolution, for the information of the
(ioveriior-(!eneral-iii-Couiuil, who is
perpetually iu need of u vast   amount
of    instruction     and   enllghtt cut
with respect to tile public affairs of
the country. In six months or so
there will be another session
of the Dominion Parliament, and
perchance in the meantime a
general election. A declaration
from tbe Legislature of liritisli Columbia, that it considers tbe Province
is unfairly treated in the matter of
public expenditures, might prove of
substantia] service, and In any case
would not hurt. Ministers at Ottawa
would be invited by it to consider our
case, and would have opportunity to
do so during the leisure of a Parliamentary recess, ln the event of a general election, the leaders on both
sides might be Induced to give the
mutter much more serious consideration than they have yet done.
There is a poll tax mi Chinese coming into the Dominion. That is Imposed, not for the purpose of revenue,
but asa line. There are more Chinese
coming into the country than are required, and we put a tux on that class
of Immigration in order to discourage
It. Nearly all the Chinese who come
to   the  country    remain    in     liritish
Columbia; the rest of the D iniiin is
not plagued with tbem. It was because of the protests and entreaties of
liritish Columbia the tax was imposed
in the lirst place and recently increased, for this is the one Sole portion of the
Dominion that Conceives itself injured
by them. The Chinese poll tax,therefore, is virtually a measure for the
protection of the Province, Imposed
for out benefit. Lust year Hie tux
amounted in nil tn (316, , three-
fourths of which the Federal authorities took and kept for their own use.
They will not even give us tlie fines
collected as thc price of a nuisance oj
which we have to stund the entire
brunt. This Is but one example of the
unfairness wc have bad to sutler. If
It and the many others thnt lire in
evidence were clearly set out in a re-
-olutlon of the liritish Columbia
Legislature, with u ringing demand
for justice, it is nut ut all unlikely
that we should recognise the effect of
it in the next Federal estimutes.
Premiership und I was unexpectedly
Called on to form a tlovern-
uii'iil. Under other circumstances
I would have refused to take the re-
Bponslblllty of such a step, as I have
no ambition for political honors.
Owing to the unusual condition of
affairs witli which all are familiar. 1
accepted tho task which I considered
my duty. 1 knew the country was
tired of political turmoil, and anxious
to rotum to stable government. 1
felt assured 1 could form an Administration whits)) could i imand a majority of the House, out of the
elements opposed to tho late Government, I succeeded and In ns short a
time, I think, as a Government was
ever formed; My policy has already
been outlined in thc Speech from the
Throne. 1 am not ambitions to become a politician or a political leader
iu the usual sense of Ihe term. I ui'-
I'cpted the task of  forming a Govern-
 it   us   a   business   man,   and will
make a strong attempt to conduct affairs on business principles. I want to
see the country prosper, and 1 think it
should prosper under wise government.    I hope to see   it receive a gen
eral support from those members of
the House wbo want to see the country's business conducted on thc lines
Indicated, The lender of the Opposition says my I iovernment is the old
Turner (iovernment over again. I
hope it is. for I consider the Turner
Qovernment did more for British Columbia than any  Administration  it
ever hud. "
The best thing wc can do with   Mr.
Dunsmuir is to keep him where he is.
J   We are selling the regular 50c Silk at 25c a yard
J and regular $1.50 Silk at 90c.
-a,    We have other bargains, too.
JUST A LINE OR TWO
That's all we have time to give you this afternoon
about the bargains we are offering in
..BLOUSE   SILKS..
Martin O'Reilly&Co.
*���
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
Jnj ft   tmyu.  ftUsi
oaulxAa
>>
It would not be a bad thing for the
Province if some of our newspapers
possessed more' sense than they do.
One of them remarked a short time
ago that the expenditure of a quarter
of a million on roads and trails would
do more for mining than wonld twice
the amount In fixing up luxurious
quarters in London for a Provincial
Commissioner or Agent. This was the
argument used against tin* re-establish incut of the London Agency. Other
newspapers thought it so fine that
they quoted it with applause. The
Province wants the roads and
trails, but it also wants the
Agency. The men in Knglaud
whose money we want to develop
our mining wealth do not take newspaper reports of our resources or our
enterprise before they entrust, us with
their money; they seek Information
in the only quarter they regard as responsible and trustworthy, a (iovernment Agency. Wc may build roads
and trails to every prospect in the
country, but unless we can give oft
eial assurance to inquiring capitalists
that the representations ure exactly
what they seem thc money we want
will he slow in coming. Both are necessary, but if we can have only one
nt a time let us have the London
Agency lirst.
H is not often a man waits to become Premier of a Qovernment before
making his maiden speech ns member
of Parliament. That was Mr. Duns-
muir's experience. And a sensible,
mutter of fact speech it wus, too, as
witness:
"Mr. Speaker, I wish  to congratu
late the mover andsc
dress.    I
XXKKXKXXKXSOSXJXXXXXXKUXXXSSI
i  Morrison h Caldwell I
������������.-.������
Finest line of
Staple and  Fancy-
Groceries, Provisions,
Canned Goods,
Fruits, Vegetables, etc.
���.������.������������
Specialties :
Best Creamery Butter and
Fresh  Bogustown  Eggs.
������������������������
LUijiber.-
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings, Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Ooast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT HAY   Yurds, NKLSON
and LARDO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
INCORP(.R**��0l6TOt
THE
HUDSON'S
BAY
COMPANY
MAKES THE BEST
��������������>��������������������������������������� ������������������������
J. A. SAYWARD.
Morrisoi)  Sl  CaldWell
BAKER STREET, NELSON.
000Q000Q3KXXX}Q0QQQ0C
The confidence   of   the   Washington
authorities, that tho situation in Pekin
was not as had as the press dispatches
represented, did much to keep up hope
in others. Hut now that this conti-
dence is giving place to thc worst apprehensions, we are all constrained to
abandon hope and to come to the conclusion that the most shocking massacre of the century has lieen committed, and the even more slmckiue;
crime of concealing it lies at the door
of the Imperial authorities of China.
If wc are at last to believe the worst,
the situation is very grave indeed.
The cruelty and deception of those
authorities can only  mean   that   they
are  deliberately preparing to resist
the Powers to the lust and most desperate extremity, and that European
Civilisation is to lie deprived of the
foothold it lias already obtained in
that country.
It Is taking them a long time to get
there, hut thc prospect Is not without
hope thut by the end of the twentieth
century the people of the United
Stutes will he fairly civilised, lly that
time, what with riots, lynchings, and
conn i murders,   there will   be   few
negroes left to kill, and the satiated
white mini will lie left to the untlls-
turlii'd enjoyment of liberty and the
pursuit   nf   happiness.
w_w_wwww^^-vv^^^wvwwyvwvywyww
CARPETS
OILCLOTHS
BEDROOM
SETS
"At KuHtorn Manufuetim'rH' prie
Hi.m fVO.OO at
CASH
And All Kinds of
House
Furnishings
phis freight,"nn order of $_.).oo upwimlH; Icsh
' "J per cent dineouul.
CASH
I    SALE    X
���������������.���.������.."���������.���.������$
30 Days Only.  Entire Stock Must Be Sold.
Nelson Furniture Co.
BAKER   STREET   WEST
HAMMOCKS
PRICES SI.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND  SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
Nelson,   B. C,
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
NKNHON   B, C.
A Boarding and Day School conductor! hy
I the HIM.TH of Ht. .ToHeiih of I'urro. It Im nitn-
I atcdnt thu cornor of Mill and JOMphlna hIt-mm*.
I In one Oi the boot roHid on. lal imrlionHof Nelson, ami Im i .i ;i. rtccofwiblo from all part*)
imlc. nf tin-   \r|     "f Diccity.
The oonnw of itnaf Lnoludee the fnndamon<
milv wish to make a few re-  ''il|*��d higher branohM of * thorough Bngilth
mark, regarding the situatl adlng l?^^l^5S|��~����XS
to m. acceptance of ollice.     It   in well , jg^-j i^SZWc'_&__&
known thnt as a result of the   genernl  etc. ^
.lections  Mr,   Martin   resigned   the LuK#T" "'"""���^'^
COAL   MINERS
Steady employment will be given
to   25   pood   coal   miners  at   tlie
Canmore mines, Alberta.
THE H. W. M'NEILL CO. (Ltd.)
W. F. Little, Manager.
H. & M. BIRD
Agents fur Eureka nincral Wool and
Asbestos  Co.
Keal Estate, Fire Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOR SALE.
Twelve lots,being the north half
of hloek 1(H), one block above
Nelson Obib 82,1. 10
Two good building lots ou Mill
Street       500
Fifty-foot lot on Vernon Street,
nenr Thorpe's factory     1,000
Lot on Victoria Street, near Miners'   Union       U50
Three-story house on 1'ark St.
close to Baker St. All modern
conveniences    2,500
Bovenroomed bouse on Mill St.,
one block from Stanley St    1,900
Ranch at Nine Mile Point, 11% ncres,
10 acres cleared, honse and outbuild
bigs, garden, etc.
ALEX. STEWART,
Room 3,  Turner-Boeckh  Block, Nelson-
Notary   Public,    Real     Estate,    Insurance,
Mines, Loans.
FOR   SALE   CHEAP.
$150 only for a house and lot, block
21, Addition A.
il,(KK) only for a house and lot, Stanley Street.
I860 only for a house and lot, Robson
Street.
11,000 will buy choicest residence corner m city, 50x120 feet, UP to 15th.
$225 (^25 cash, rest on time) will buy
lot In block 70 this week ; afterwards
$250.
$700 will buy house nnd lot, Front
St., uenr Oholdlch ilfc Co.'s warehouse.
8150 ($50 cash, rest on time) will buy
choice lot in BogUBtown, on car line.
For Rent���House, $12.50 per month.
Molly (fibson shares.
Wnuted���Tinnarac stock.
A. R. BARROW, a.m. i.o.e
Provincial  Land Surveyor.
Corner Viotoria an.   Kootenay Sts,
P. 0. Box 659. Telephone No. 05
E. J. SCOVIL
HIKISI- BBOHEK,       KOTAB. PDBUC.
Wln_.n_.re Mlnw.  Corresp ��� enc.Sol'.ciUxI
WINDERMERE, 4. 0.
NELSON WINE CO.,
whoro von can depend on Bolting tho best
nr.-iiiit. in llio market and any quantity from
10c, up,   1. icon cannot bo dlxputed,
���PHONE ��3.
Frank A. Tamblyx, Mgr.,
IUkfr Stpf.t. Nblron
Gamble &  O'Reilly,
Pr.OVIr.0IAL   Land   Su.v_.onsi
Rial  Estate,   I �� _ m,�� ..,  . .
And Giniiim  AaiNra
RlNTB   CoLLtOTID Lo*��.��   M.D��
Biker Street, Nelson. B. C.
GRUGJBLU CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch diiim. $i;i.50per 100 feet, For
immediate delivery in Nelson
apply.
il, 0. T.OROFTS,
,. 0. non 676, NoUon, B. 0��
Atlantic S. S. Lines
...      _,      _    , , From Montreal
Aiiun Une Tunisian Aug 4
Allan Lino   Numidlen Aug 11
IKitnlnioii Line  Cambroman July 28
Dominion Lino Vancouver Auk 11
Beaver Line Lueltenia Ah�� 3
Heaver Line Lake Ghamplaln Aug Hi
From New York
J} hlte Star Line MbjorMc  Xug 1
White Star Line Oceanic Auk N
Cunard  Lino  Klruria. Aur (
Ounard Line Campania Auk 11
American Line New York Aug H
Red star Line vVeBternland Aug I
Anchor Line Kurneasia July 2H
Anchor Line Anchorla .Auk 11
N.G.L. L. Kaiser Wilhelm,.lor tiros..j... .Auk 7
N. ti. L Lino Allor Aug 11
Allan wtato Ltoi State of Nobreeka Aug 4
n        , , ,      ,        , From Boaton. Mum
uunardLlne Ivernla     Auk   i
Otinord Line Ulturta; auk 11
Passages arrived Lo and from all European
point*.   For rat-__, tlckds and full Information
apply to C. P. IL depot agent or W. F. Anderson, city Passenger Agent, Nel. on, B. c.
W. P. K.CUMMIN08,
tionnral fi awnt C.P.U. Offloe*, Winnipeg
The Cottage Hospital, Nelson
A private Hospital, Medicnl, Sorui-
cal and Obstetrioal canes nursed in the
Honse. Private room fin and $16 a
week. Beds in ward $12 a week.
Norses sent ont to private bonsos at $15
��� week.   Apply to The Mimes  Crick-
mr
������������������������������������������������������������������
Highest awards at Winnipeg
Industrial  Exhibition.
Sold at
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Oorner Baker aud Stanley Streets,
NELSON, B. C.
Great West
Life Assurance Co,
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
Il
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
C.W.WEST&CO.
Coal and Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's   Nest   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -    -    $9.65
DELIVERED.
No order  can he accepted  unless
accompanied by cash.
Office Corner Hall and Baker Street*.
TKLKPHONK ����.
THE
Bank of
British Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
GEO. GUKD
Room 1, Torner-Boeokh Blook.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING AGENT
Houses and Building Lots in All Parts
of the Oitj.
WANTED-Good building lots down
town for client,   Also hind adjoining
city for gardenini?.
SHWKR KING MIKE
Will pay the bigheHt cash prioe for all
kiiids of Reoond hand goods. Will bny
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oarperts,
cooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
I per King Mike, Bo* WO. H��U
Street, Kelson, B. 0,
1 ' .��!��sjjp.
I
NELSON   DAILY  MINER,  FRIDAY,  JULY 27, 1900
PKOVINGIAL  HOUSE.
Einerooncy Supply Passed���Mr. Houston to
uo put on 1 Minimi oommlUoe.
Victoria, July 88. The emergency
supply of |1B0,000 was passed In tho
House yi'Kleriln.v nfter debate. The
Opposition consented to 880,000 salaries uud maintenance and 887,000 for
payment of warrants and debts of the
nlil lioverniiionl but objected Htrenii-
onsly*'to new worltS unless (lie House
was given full details, These had
hern begun on Cariboo and the Coiuo.x
trull- roads and in Kiiiiteiiny. At I'Vr-
ffiison, Slocan Lake and Upper Columbia 81".(mn had been ordered spent by
Mr. Wells.
Mr. Mci'hillips charged Mr. Mnrtin
with inconsistency, Illustrating by
the I'acltie oable offer. The. Opposition   leader   claimed   such   oiler   won
made subject to the approval of Parliament, a statement, however, immediately nailed by Mr, Kberts, who
read un absolute otVcr from cable correspondence brought down lust session.
The motion passed at last, no one
voting contrary.
Mr. Houston was sworn in this
morning and took un overflow seat between the remnants of the Provincial
party and the Victoria city private
members. Arrangements arc being
made to put him on the committee of
miniug and public accounts.
Mr. Curtis withdraws the Phoenix
incorporation hill which will be reintroduced by the Qovernment,
The Western Telegraph und Telephone bill passed thc private hill committee.
The Melnnes labor law stood over a
week. It is thought to he but 11 political dodge.
The Sandon relief bill passed u second reading.
RECORD BREAKER.
1
Thirty Thousand People al tlm Winnipeg Exhibition Yostcrday.
Winnibeg, Man., July 87���There
were nearly III 1,110(1 people on the Winnipeg Industrial Exhibition grounds
today. It was 11 reeoid breaking day.
the attendance being largely augment-
by arrivals from the Province and
North Dakota.
Only two accidents have occurred
thus far to mar the pleasure of the
fair. Win. Clarice, a lineman, was
killed last night while making n connection of wires on the grounds and
Mrs. James Gallagher was badly
burned today. Her dress caught lire
from a sparli while at the Exhibition.
A MONSTEK DEVIL FISH
Destroying its victim, is 11 type of
Constipation. The power of this murderous malady is felt on organs and
nerves and muscles and brain. There's
1111 health till it's overcome. Hut Ur.
King's New Life I'ills are a sale nnd
certain cure. Best, in the world for
Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels,
Only 25 cents, at Canada llrng & Hook
Store.
Encyclopedia
Britannica
30 Vols, and Guide
$49.50
$1.00 with  order, balance in
monthly   payments  of $3.00
J^F'This offer good to  25th
July.
Canada mm &
BOOK CO.
HOTEL ROSSLAND
VBRNON ST., NELSON.
Nelson's Newest Hostelry. Complete in every respect,
Il has just been opened and the
public is invited to visit it,
RATES
Ry the week from $5 to $6.
By the day 81.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Prop-
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v
Nelson  A
PIPE SMOKERS
ATTENTION!
Ask   your   Tobacconist
Smith's
Glasgow
Mixture
for
Positively the finest Tobacco
for Pipe Smoking in the
market.
Fort
SheppardJIY
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
nil points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. K. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson \< ith steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects al   Meyer's   Falls   with
stage daily for Repuhlic,  and con*
nccls at Bossburg with stujje  daily
for Grand Forks and (ireenwood.
Lk-Ve. Day Train. Aiinivn.
lllll:. a.111 Spokane 7:10 p.in,
12 :_5 p. 111 Ho��. limil 6 Hi) p.m.
B:80 a, m Nelaon K:IKJ p.m.
Night Train.
9:45  p.m Spokane 7:0_ a.m:
II 1OO p.m Rossland 6:80 a.m.
Et, A. JACKSON, Q. P. &T.A.
Spokane  Wash
Q. K. TAOKABURY,
Agent, Nelson, B.O
LODt.U MKKTINUS.
A
NKLSON LODGE, No. 83, A. F. & A
M. moots kccoihI Wednesday in each
month.   Visiting brothorn welcome.
I. O. O, K. Kootenay Lodge
No. UJ, tDOOtfl Overy Monday night,
at   their   Mull,   Kootenay street
Hoiournhii- Odd Fellowfl etmllully invited.
John A. MoRae, N,G,   D. W. Rutherford, V.Q.
Fred J. Squire, Por. See.
Nelson Kncnmp.nent No. 7. Meets every Sod
and ith Friday of oaeh month, in Odd Fellows'
Hall, corner Baker nnd Kootmiay st roots,
Nolnon. A. H. Clements, 0. P.; 1). HoArthtu,
H. S.   Visiting brothers always welcome*
NKLSON   LODGE   No.    25, K. ofP
jv-^ft. moots in K. of P. ball, Oddfellows bloek
ffl/jpttmOVorT   Tuesday  evening at 8 o'clock
/rrP-" viMtliiK knights cordially  invited
L. Scott O. O.
Q.Joy, K.of R.andS.
DRINK
THE   BEST
BEER
Anheuser=
Busch
St. Loliis
Lager
To be had wholesale at. Nelson.
_P^ P- Rithefc Sl
CO.,   Ltd.
A. B. GRAY, Haker St., Nelson
Kootenay Agent,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service,
Departure   anil    Arrival   Time   ol
Trains   anil   Steamers.
Depart from Arrive   at
NelHon N.'l. mi
. I earner Bl riven at Nelaon
from the eiiHt, ( _ow'm Neat
branoh    and  intermediate
(lointH 2.IIII
7.1(1 Train leaves Nelnon for Hobs-
land and intermediate
pointH, and via Rohson for
north, Revelstoke,the main
line and Paoiflo ooast points.
T.!!0 Train leaves Nelson for Sandon and intermediate points
and via Blooan Lake route
for north, Itevplstoke, the
main line and Paoiflo coast
points.
Train arrives at Nelson finm
Kossland and Intermediate
points 10.86
SteBmer arrives at Nelson
from Knslo and intermediate points 11.00
15.30 Trains leaves Nelsou for
Kossland, Greenwood and
Intermediate points.
111.00 Steamer leaves Nelson for
Kaslo and way points.
Train arrives at Nelson from
Kossland and Greenwood
and Intermediate points,
and from Kevelstoke, the
main line, and Pacilio coast
points 18.4..
Train arrives in Nelson from
Sandon and Intermediate
points,and from Kevelstoke,
the main line and the Pacific const points 19.80
23.110 Steamer leaves Nelson for
Crows Nest liraiich aud all
poiuts east.
W. F. ANDERSON,
Trav. Pass. Agent
Nelscn
K. J.COYLK,
A   ii. P. Agouti,
Vftnivinvt'
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Opo rating
MT$__8____iS!#3#_ RAILWAY
1N1KRNAT10NAL NAV. & THAU. CO.
Schedule of Time.       Pacific Standard rime.
lurcctlvo February lit, woo
KASLO A SLOCAN KY.
lo-v_��OII?_,!i_ra'. ���'or San'lon and w��ystations
oavo- ______ ..' ,8,?��� '"������ dft". ���   Returning,
MM5l-m!, U8p-m" arriving at KmIo
IN.���KNAT10NAL NAV, A TltAD. CO
8tVP ������{_-*.?,Ko<. ���"J' 1**0 amilllvor.
iu', ,,?toi?,ftUonBl   'oaves Kft8lo for Nolson
lea.MN_t�����-'1-. _*_. pl 8u'"lay.   Returning,
l'llo_B_. ��___ M.�� v-m- ��a|ling at Balfour
knno at Five MlioPo.���tr'     t��     '   (r��m 8,",'
Steamor. i_.fl _ '"".'Ill)s and Batlll-lajra.
olrJoUTOB -?d ��f ni_rlnol,J8i I"'*">g" In both
TlokO-iVi���i��� ilt?,thur, Point- when slgnallod
UnlWBtaiS. P��ln����iu Canada and Uio
^Moartaln'ratogand (uU lnform_Uo_ Rd.
HOBKRT IRVINU.
"anaanr, Kanlo, ft.f.
EillOFlDt _EH_T
WANTED.
rand." dn��k_han?'-   Mbd BnA -Ifa for
_ W1.ch'   D"hw_-her.   Waitresses.
�������� H, M)VE, A*t., Baker St
NKLSON h. o. I,. No. 1899 meets in Fraternity Hull on ilrst nnd third Friday evenings
of each month at 8 o'olook. Visiting members
cordially Invited, it.Robinson* W.M.: Wm.
Crawford, H.3.	
NELSON'S QUEEN NO. 241
SONS OF ENGFLAND, moots
lirst and third Wednesday of
unch moiitli at (fraternity hall,
corner of linker and Kootonay
ni reel;., visiting brothorn cordially lnvllod.
John Wathon, Secretary.
S.0.EJ
COUHT KOOTKNAY. I. 0. F., No. B18ha
Meetings 1th Thursday of month. Fraternal
hall, J A Irving C. It.   P. K. Fleming. R. 9,
NKLSON AERIE No. 22, F. O. K., meetx
every second and fourth Wednesdays of each
ni onth. Visiting members cordially invit-
Oharles Prosser( Secretary.
CHURCH DIRECTORY,
8. SaViouii'8 [Knui-ihhJ Chuhcii���Cornor
Ward and Silica BtS, Bundaysj Holy Communion 8 a. ni.; anil on tho Isl and 8rd Sundays
in tho month after Mattins; Mattins at 11a.m.;
Sunday Sohool 2,80 p.m j Even long 7.80. Daily:
Mattins at, ii.;to a. m. Thursdays and Saint'*
DayH: Holy Commimion 10 a. in. Friday*:
Evensong 7.30 p, in., followed by choir practice H. S. Akehurst, Kector. Fred Irvino,
Geo, Johnston *, Wardens,
catholic, Church���CornerIWard and Mill
streets Moss every Sunday at 8 and ln.oo a.m
Benediction at 7.30 n,m.  Alans every week day
at 7.15 a.m.   Rov.   Father Ferlnnd Keel or,
PHKHitVTKl.iAN CHURCH���SorvlceHat 11 a.m.
and 7.:K) p.m. Sunday School at 2.;t0 p.m.
Praver meeting Thursday evening at 8 j>.m.;
Qhnflttan Endeavor Society meets every Tuch-
day evening B*i 8 o'clock. Rev. It. Frew,
Pan tor.
MkthoDIST Chuhcii���Corner Silica aud
Josepmne Btroete, Bervioee at 11 a.m. and 7..10
p. in. ; Sabbath School, 2,80p.m.; Prayer mout-
mgon Friday evonlng at 8 o'clock: Kpworth
League O, K., Tuesday at 8 a.m. Rev. John
l:nii un. Pastor.
Salvation Ahmv���Hervlc h every evening
at So'cloch ln barrackn on V ctori Htroet
Adindant EOdgeoombe In rhanre.
Hai'Tiht Chuhcii ��� Services morning and
oveninK at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Prayor moot.
lnff Thiiraday evonlng at 8 p.m. Uio B. Y
P.U. TiieHdav ovonlnK at B o'clock. titranKor_
cnrdlally wulcuiieU. llov, Q, J. Coulter WmU-',
J*a6tcr.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBULED TEAINS.
PALAOE D1NINQ AND OBSERVATION
OAfiS.-MEALSIalaOARTE.
Close couneotion  Bast  and ".Wast"
bound ut Spokane with trains of thr
trains of the Spokane Fulls anil Nnrlli-
ein Railway.
Direct connection at St, Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
anil all points West anil South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane iliily lor West at 7:45 p.m.
West-hound I rains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, Sun Francisco, mid all points
on the Bound,
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
theiiiiigtiillee_tsteaiiiships North West
and North-Land oftbeNortbem Steamship Company Line, operated in connection wit li the Great Northern Kail-
way.
Kor further Information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Fulls & Noil hem Hy., Kaslo is Slocan
Ity., Kootei al Railway It  Navigation
Co., or to
F, I. WHITNKY.   H. A, JACKSON,
Ueul. Fuss. St Tkt. Agt.   Oom'cl Agt.
St, l'aul, Min      Spokiine, Wash
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINKIiAL WATERS
mHOBPR & <���(). l-lmilud -Comor Vernon
X and Oedar StrooU, NolBon���Manufaotur-
qm of and wiioioiik dealors ln aeratod waterH
and 1'niit syrups, Sole auentH Tor Halcyon Hot
BprlngH mineral wntor.  Tnlephonu (W.
XT 1-I.aON    SODA    WATKIt    PA(V|'(H!Y
_il|    N. M. < uiiiniiiis, 1,1'ssno���Kvery known
variety of soft drinks.   I'd BOX SH.   Telepiione
No..'ii. Hooyorstreet, Nelson.  Bottlerfof the
fanioua Bt. Loon Hot. BpringH Mineral water.
CIGARS
KOOTKNAY ri(iAK MANUFACTURING
CO.���Miinul'iuinrers of the Hoyal Seal
itml Kooleiiay Mellu ClKarn. Factory and
Dlllee, linker M reel, Nelnon.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IT   J* KVAXS Si. CO.���Bakor Street,  Nol-
1 ���     im tioloaato (IcaleiH in liiinors, ci-
Kai'ai eement.  Mre brlok  and tire clay,   Water
pipe and t-teei niiin, ami goneral commission
merchants.
FRUITS AM) CONFECTIONERV
J     A. M'DONALD   Madden Blook, NolBOIl-
���    I'rnils,  Ico cream,  '*U. B." ohoeolulCH
hiK'i eiaHH oonfeetionery.  leu Oroam Parlorai
(iUAl.N.   MAY AND CKKKALS
rjUACKMAN-KER MILLING CO.. Lm-
J )   WholeHalo and retail dealers in Brain,
hay, flour, feed. Mills at Victoria, New .Vent-
minster; Kdmonton, Alia. KleratorH on Cal-
Kai-y and KdinonLoii itadway. Maiiufacturern
of fhe celebrated H, & K. brand oereals.
UltOCEUlES
A    MACDONALD   &  Co.-Corner   Front
���   and   Hall   Btroots���Wholesale  grocurH
ami jobbers  in   lilanketN, kIovch, ndfln,  bootH,
rubberfli mackinawa and nuners1 sundries'
ARCHITECTS
C1ANK & MACDONALD (II. Cane, James
/ A. Macdonald)���Architects and Huperin-
tcudonta, Hrokcn Hill Block, corner baker und
U aid StrcetH, ^elB0n(
LUMBER
XT ELSON SAW  AND  PLANING MILL-
_i_\ Oillcu corner Hall and Front Streets,
(Nelson���.Lumber, coiling, doorin^, und ovory
thing in wood for huildinx purposes. Get our
prices.  Correspondence solicited.
FUKSII  AND SALT MEATS
1>   BURNS A Co.   Baker Street, Nehon-
. ��   Wholesale dealers in fresh and cured
meats.   Cold BtoragO.
WEST    KOOTKNAY    BUTCHKR   CO.-
Baker street, Nulsun���Wholesulo dealers in frosh and cured meats.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Vancouver Hardware Co, Ltd.) linker Btroot,
Nelson \\ holesale dealers In hardware and
mining supplies) plumbers' ami Unsmltbs' supplies.
NKLSON   HARDWARE)   CO.-Wholesale
paints, oils and glbBSj mechanics' tools.
Agents foi Ontario Powder Works; dynamite
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rpURNKR, BEKTON & Co.   Corner Vornon
__L and Josephine Streets, Nelson- Whclo-
sale dealers in liquors, cigars, and tlrygooils.
Agents for Pabst Brewing Oo. of Milwaukee
and Calvary Brewing Co or CulKury.
If UDSON S BAY Co.   Wholesale grocerlos
1    and liquors etc.. Baker Streot, Nelson.
Ci A Ll form A WINS CO., Limited-Comer
j Front and Hall Streets, Nelson-Wholesale dealers iu wines (ease ami bulk), und
domestic and imported cigars.
PROVISIONS,    PRODUCE & FRUITS
J   Y. GRIFFIN & CO. -Oorner Vernon and
���   Josoplllne   Streets,   Nelson ��� Wholesale
dealers in provisions, cured meats, butter and
oggs,
LIME
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
Nelsou Coke anfl Gas Co., Ltfl.
Baker Street.
EVERY   DAY
���AT THE-
CLUB HOTEL
Big Schooner
Beet or Half-and-IIulf only
10c
ALWAYS PBESH AND COOL.
Tho only gpod Been in Nelson.
Cor. -luul'T .ind Silica SlreclH.
ED CURRAN, Prop
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine La^er
Beer ami Potter,
DBOP IN AND SEE US.
Nelson, B. C.
OSLER  &  M'DOUGALL,
Mining and Eeal Estate Agents,
Houses and Ix)ts on Reasonable Terms.
See Our Lists.
Ollice, Victoria Street, Opposite
Phair Hotel,
W^M^V^^^^^^^WVWVV��HWVH��WV��%S^^V%W;
House Slippers
For Your Wife
We have a splendid line thc easiest
she ever put her feet into. Get
her    a   pair      only    $f . 50 .
������������������������
LILLIE BROS.
The Sboeists
P.   BURNS   &  CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, M. C.
ft   _______ _______-A___A__-_-    ____   a
Branoh Markets in Rosisland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful a��4 nromnt attention.
We   are now doiiiK  lnisinosf in t
OUR NEW STAND I
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
Next to Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see  all  our   j
OLD customers and many NKW ones.
Give us a call.
������������������������
KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
Telephone 10. P 0 Box, K and W   1
��V\VkWHVWVWV\VX��\.V\V\��VVVVWWV\Vl��WWVlWV\l
Turner Beeton & Co.
^^ NELSON^s^
VIOTORIA VANCOUVER LONDON, Eng
WHOLESALE   MERCHANTS.
LIQUORS,   DRY   GOODS,   ORE   BAGS.
CAR OF  PABST BEER
Just arrived from Milwaukee
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
AU.   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   G.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
... STORAGE ...
Storage space to rent; good, clean and cool;  at  reasonable
rates.    Apply to
Tlie Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, Macdonald Block.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
Capital  I'tiitl-up.     1    .    .     uii,!iH..,.i7<um  |   Kr��l ���M*,��M.*
Hoard of lMnrior.:   'l li'Min- I.  1. <imi \.   President;   ThomnH Hitchtft. VIco-PreBidenli
Wlloy Hmlth, H. U. K..nlii, Hon. II. II. Ktillor, M.L.C.. Hon. I>t_vid MacKcen.
ii< imi omr.% Hall fax i
Genernl Mi.miffor, Kdson U PflBMi Montreal.
Superintendent of BmnohUj and S.n-'rvt��ry, W. B. Torrance, Halifax.
In .pei I nr, W, I'. Him k. Ilatifax.
InHpector D. M. Stewart, Montreal,
It runt In - I
Nova HrotlH Iliilifnx Hranch, AfitUronleh. Bfldgowafcer,Oajrabor0< l/ondonderry, Ltinenbtinf.
Maillund (Hantfl CJoJ, PictOU, I'ort Hawkc^hury, Hydnur. Hhul.enac.ulle. Tniro, Weymouth
New Bruimwlrk ���Hattmrrit, Dorrhcslrr. Fredericton, KliiKHton (Kent Co.i, Monoton, New*
oaHtlcHackvlllo, WooilHiock. I*. K. liland���Cliarlottotown, HQtnmoriide. Que Her Montrenl
(City Ollice). Montreal. West End (Cor. Notre Iiuriie mid EmftlMn HtrceU); WcHtmount (Cor.
Urecne Avenue and St. Catharine- BtreOb, uiiinrt�� (HUwh. Kmri>DndU��4 - Ht. John'"
i ii im, WMl liMllen���Havana, lulled Hialew --New York (hi Kxehautco IMace) Republic, WMB
BRANCHJttH IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
* nil. slt.ilHl. I.I- 1
i -iiuiin   Mrnii:ini   Punk of Canada.  Bmtoa��� National Hhavrniui linnk.  .hlrago���America
National  Hank.   Kmi  Pr��_Cl��fO���yiml   Nnllniml   Mink.    Ijimli.n, V.ng. - Hank of   Hcotland.
I'arln. France- (i .rill Lvuiimiuk.   IKruiiifln   Hunk of llcniiuila.   < limn nnd Japan - HonK
Kong and MhuiiKlml HankfiiK Corporation.
(ieneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received OS the tnoat favorable terms.   IntorcHt allowed on apecial
depcwiU and ou Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.O,
. NELSON DAILY MINER.  FRIDAY, JULY
i
HOT==IS  IT?
I
Well, Why don't you?   Why don't you ?   Why don't you
Do   like   other   people���Drop   in   to	
fc
il
THE   BIG
I
I
1
I
��
I
PEREMPTORY
SHOES, THIN SWEET SOX
SALE
And get some COOL SUMMER CLOTHING, UNDERWEAR,
and a COOL HAT.   They cost almost nothing, with 10 to 50 per cent off.
NEGLIGEE SlIIRTS-In  Zephyrs,  Cashmeres, Oxfords, India Flannels, fine as
Silk (some are
all
Silk).   To sec them is to love them.   You know the rest.   Drop in.
The Wallace=Miller Co. Ltd.
BAKER   STREET,   NELSON,   B. C.
Mfe!i>fc--iM
gg��gtgtggg&
LOCAL AJ_D   PERSONAL
for
F. M. Chadbourne i* iu town
few days.
Tlieo. Miulnon has completed and
put iu plaoe the awnings for the C. P.
E. houselioilt and the job is a credit to
the awning manufacturer and t<> Nel-
eon.
Work at the yards of the union stii-
tiou was resumed this morning, a
gaii|{ of men and teams being 1'nt to
work in tearing away the hill at the
foot of linker Street.
After August 1st the tinners of Nelaon will have a nine-hour day. as they
have formed a union and Introduced
the above schedule "f working hours
With the consent of the employers.
Mr. 0. M. Hrewster, purser of the
steamer Nelson, leaves this evening
for a month's trip to Montreal. Mr.
Duke llennison of the steamer Minto
will take Mr. Brewster's place during
the latter's absence.
Tomorrow afternoon the postponed
open singles of the tennis tournament
will be played at the elub grounds between Messrs. Williamson and Macrae The finals of the ladies' handicap doubles has again been postponed
until next week.
District Deputy (-rand Master John
Hamilton, accompanied by I'ast Master George Johnstone, left this niorn-
inf? for Ymir. where he will install
this afternoon the newly elected cilll-
ccrs of the ."niii- Masonic lodne. They
will return this evening.
Tlie shipments of freight by way of
the Canadian Pacific steamers has in
creased considerably since last month
This shows that trade Is improving
botli locally and out of town, and it
Is an indication that business will 1>e
much better during the coming fall
than was expected.
The laundry workers of the City
met in the Miners' Union Hall last
night ati'l organised an association
for thc purpose of  protection   against
Chinese labor.   The following olllcers
were elected pro tern: A. W. Ilogan.
president; Mrs. Marshall, vice-president; Miss Ida lloiiHon. secretary ; and
C.  II.   Drawn, treasurer.
Hume: I). It. Young. Hosslaud; J.
.V. l'out.ll. (I. W.Williams, Spokane;
S.  Vila. Ilaaiilt  (Int.. C.   II.    Ilrnd-
wln, London, Ont.; J.  Beveridge,   ll.
I). Macliinuon, I''. Busoombe, 0. Hub-
euuiiic. Vancouver; '���.   II.   liarnhart,
Ymir| Mr   and Mrs.   Smith.    London;
Geo  B.Bmlth, Kingston i Frank Dodd,
Toronto; I'rcd I. well. Iloimiugtoii
Kails.
George Berrman, of Han Francisco,
president of the Oeorge Herrman  Co,
of that city, and distinguished as the
boss of Ralph Harrow, well known In
Nelson, reach,,I this oity last night,
Be hadn't sen Kelson In three years
and hadn't seen Ralph iii llx months
and this Is the cause of his visit to
Nelson. lie found Ralph here ami
this morning the pair (vers busy calling on Ihe grocery Hade Mr. Ilerr-
nlnn was iu NY1 .hi three years ago
and notes a remarkable change In the
oity,     'Any oountrj thai   wonld  pul
as much fat on a man as Harriot has
accillnulalcd  in Ihe past sl>  months   ii
a   pretty   good   country,"  said   ,\|r
Berrman this morning, after turning
Ralph around once or twice and getting ft gout! view uf hiui,
U. W. Brigstock leaves this evening for Montreal.
Allen I.ine steamer, Tunisian, has
been reported and will arrive at
Quebec this evening.
(). \\. Williams operator of the
Qrand Forks and Republic stage line
arrived in N'elson yesterday.
Work upon the basement floor
of the K'irkpatriek ��� Wilsou - Clements
block was started today. Plenty of
material has now arrived and the construction of the frame work will he
pushed rapidly forward.
Phair���A. II. l'luiumer, Toronto;
Frank Darling. Vancouver; A. I..
I.ovejoy, Kimberley; J. Ii. Melutire,
Arthur S. Putter, Pittsburg, Penn. ;
Geo, Berrman, San Francisco; F. P.
Buchanan, Montreal; A. N. Mowat
and wife, Winnipeg; C,   llontein   and
wife, England; A. W. Giles, Toronto.
The picture of Nelson whieh is published in the Colonial Goldficlds tia-
sette of the 14th iiiBt. is taken from a
point too far south and west to show
tlie town to best advantage. Wc get
a pretty view of mountains and lake,
but it iB the streets and homes that
give the Impression of most practical
value.
James Wattle of Valleyfleld, Quebec
an old pioneer of liritisli Columbia,
accompanied by his wife, arrived In
Nelson this morning. Over 37 years
ago he was engaged in prospecting
and travelled over many parts of this
province. They leave in the morning
for the coast, and Mr. Wattle 1b so
favorably impressed with the country
that he talks of settling here.
A meeting of thc Council of thc
Hoard of Trade will be beld in the
Hoard's    rooms    this     evening   at   s
o'clock.   The principal business under
Consul-Genera] Gudeh in Panama reporting the collapse of the revolutionary movement there, lie states that
the Liberals ilnexpectly surrendered
and that quiet now prevails at Pan-
Una,
THE SIFTON MUKDEK.
Wlll-uu
Herbert Confesses and Implicates
slflon's Sun Gerald.
London, Ont., July -'".���Gerald Sifton and Walter Herbert, an eighteen-
year-old son of William Herbert, a
respectable farmer of Biddulpb Township, Ontario, are under arrest here
charged with being implicated iu the
murder of Joseph Sifton. the former's
father, at Arva on June 80.
According to the evidence produced by
the crown authorities. Herbert confessed to the murder of the old man.
Herbert Is alleged to have struck him
as he entered the bam, but losing heart
on striking the first blow with the side
of an axe, assisted him to prevent
him from falling, whereupon Gerald
it is alleged, grabbed the axe. struck
hil father two or three times
with it, then pulled him through a
hole in the hayloft and struck him
again two or three times while lying
on thc floor. The preliminary hearing has been fixed for August Snd at
Lucan.
discussion will be the completion of
arrangements for the meeting of thc
associated boards which Is to be held
here next Thursday. A decision will
also he reached as to what subjects
are to be submitted at the associated
meeting.
The following arc the mining records which were entered at the mining recorder's oflice; Locations
Klondike, on Nine Mile Creek, by F.
Karushaw ; Dorval.on Five Mile Creek,
by P.   Desireau;   Kitchener,   on   Mill
Ci k.by Nelson Chlsholm;Richmond,
��� ui Jubilee Mountain, by Joseph Gau-
thier; Old Hat.   on   49   Creek,   by   U.
Spensor. Ccrtiltratcs of Work���On O.
K. to A. It. Campbell, on  Itarnhill   to
(oflin, on st. Jacob, st.Peter, to Daniel Knglish; on Apex to Fred Hover,
on Margaretta and Golden Queen to
Roderick  McDonald.
A great deal of building in going on
ill many places In the district surrounding Nelson,and every day orders
for building materials, especially for
brick, are being received by local
dealers. These orders could be readily
filled as the local brick dealers are
How ready to meet all demands, but
on account of high shipping rates the
dealers are forced to decline the order.
II  is   hoped that the   petition   of   the
Merchant's Association which has
been presented to the Canadian Pacific,
asking for reasonable freight rates,
will he favorably considered by the
I ompany,
Spring chicken and all the delicsoi-s
of the Beason served to yon when yon
visit Florence Park Hotel at Roberts'
Ranch, two and u half miles up the
river.    W. M. Roberts, proprietor.
A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER
Will often cause a horrible Hum,
Scald, Cut or Utilise. Hucklen's Arnica
Balve, the best ill the world, will kill
the pain and promptly heal it. Cures
Old Sores, Fever Bores. Ulcers. Roils,
Felons, Corns, all Skill Eruptions.
Rest Pile cure on earth. Only 26 cents
a box. Clure guaranteed. Sold hy
Canada Drug St Hook Store,
Tired
eyes
cause
sick-'
ness
Because the eyes tire easily,
some folks say they are not well.
ln most such cases there is eyestrain.
Neglected eyestrain is sure to
produce sickness.
Be wise.
Have your eyes examined.
Know their exact condition from
an expert.
Consultation free.
Patenaude Bros.
Watchmakers, Jewelers and Opticians,
NELSON    B.IO
^--->-��xj��e��>oo!xxt-aooooooo��x:
A Snap in Refrigerators
������������������������
We are clearing out the balance
of our celebrated
Leonard Cleanable Refrigerators
At Exact Cost.
We have had a big sale in these this season and
don't want to carry any over,
sizes yet, from family to hotel,
early   and   have   your
������������������������
M'LACHLAN
We have all the
pick.
BROS.
;
SUCCESSORS   TO
Vancouver  Hardware Co.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Limited
tsoooooooooc
MISCELLANEOUS
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
head office toronto,  ont.
Advertisement- InHortod umlor thin hood at' Money to loan on Straight Mortgage,
tho rate ot one ocnt a word por innartion. No l Apply to Q. Ij, LENNOX, Baker St.,
advortlsement takon for loss than lb cent-.       | Neisou.
SERVANT WANTED-By Mrs. G.
Alexander, Knslo. Must be (food
cook. To competent person, wages
$25. Washing sent out, Reply to
llox 122, Kaslo.
Apply
FURNISHED HOUSE to rent,
to Mis. Johns, Koynl Hotel.
Washington, July 2?.���The Wnr Department Iiud receiveil a dispatch from
FIRST  class  room   and   board   in
private family. 16,60. Carbonate St.,
2 doors  east  of  Josephine.     Table
board, 84.
MRS. H. HEII.I.Y, formerly of Van-
couver. has taken over the house
formerly conducted ns n boarding
bouse on Wind Street, three iloors
south of Post Otlice, nnil will rent lirst
class furnished rooms  at moderate
prices.
TO   LET. -House
lake, stove, etc.
linker street.
to   let   across   the
Apply O. Ntiwling,
THE    WM.   HAMILTON   HANUFACTURING   CO.
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH. ONTARIO.
CANADA.
NELSON Oi
j_. IRON w
__ WORKS
NELSON, B. C.
Iron nnil ItnuH  .'antlugn of Every Dencrlp
lion,   ih pair.   nnil   Jobbing
832 A M-ldll.il.
KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Rest of
Quality, ns follows:
Java nnd Arnhlan Mocha, per pound |   40
Java anil Mocha Hlrnd. :i pounds  1 00
. Ine Santos. 4 pounds  1 00
Hanlon ll!''ml. A pounds  1 00
Our   SpoclalHlnnd, II poundH  1 00
Our Klo I'"" i, li pounds  100
A 1KI-I  oillil'lt SOLICITED.
Salkhikiomh :
2 DOORS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
; BLOOK, VV. BAKER ST.
rVBLSON,        ���        B   C.
CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,
COPYRIGHTS AND DESICNS.
Hi'ml \ um  IhihIii.'h . .Iii .���<���! I ���> WfUllln tft oil ,
snvi's llmi', costs lcis, bettor service*
Hv offlct clou to U, 8. Patent Offlc..    FREE prelim In-1
Ait vi f. _ not due until patent .
    "      BUlBf
  i.MltS," f
���to,, tent frM.   Patent* procured through E. 0. Bigger. *
rfi.lv.  apodal   notice,   without charge,   In   the
_____    AQE
lnuftraWd monthly-El ere nth year-Unni, $1. a, year.
Late of C. A. Snow It Co.
918 FSt., N. W.,
WASHINGTON, D. C>
��l��n 1 .
BA1
ACTUAL EXPERIENCE.  Book "How ...obtain Patents
INVENTIVE
.rated monthly���Elerent'
G.SIGGERSj
CHARLES ST. BARBE,
GENERAL AGENT.
PYLE'S   PEARLINE
.Large Size
15  CENTS
For Sale By
Western Mercantile Co. Ltd
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial'^
Land Surveyor.
469 NELSON b c
3*��*0*0*0*0*0*��*0*0*0*0
TIME j
MEASURES
For years we have made a study
of Watches and how to repair
them.
We Absolutely Guarantee any
repairs we put on a timepiece to
give satisfaction.
Any Watch we sell whioh does not
give satisfaction, we will cheerfully eichange.
T. H. BROWN
Jeweler
178 BAKER BTRKKT, NKLSON.
��0*0+0*0+040*040*0*04.
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle.
UNION MADE.
NELSON, B. (J.
NOTIOE.
Tlio 9fol*-t) Tlnnern' Union having noenrrd
Mi. -. 11 ��� 1... 1 T . > f I Im 11 i-nipli.yri. , li;v Vi H|-l inl to
UilOpI Hi'' nilir limn il;i>. . iiiiiMirii. IU|, Ai.rn 1
I.    All   I'm..11   limn 1      Will   |.|. ....    hit, |.|    I),:
notion. ISgd.l      WM. I'AIIIS, Hoc.
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at the following news stores at live cents per
copy:
Oilbsrt Stanley
Thomson Stationery I .
Canada Dihk toltook Go.
Hotel iiiiiur Newn Stand
Hotel Phair Nows Stand
V. Campbell
C. F. Nolnon
J. F. Dolaney
II. A. Ilriuln|iaw
Slocan Nowh Co.
Thomnon I)nrt,
l.iuiitMil A Young
H. A. KIlIK A Co.
Nolnon
Nolson
Nolnon
Nolnon
Nolnon
Ymir
Now Denver
Rone berry
Blooan City
Sandon
Vanoouvor
Kanlo
Greenwood
and  News   Agents
trains out of Nelson
on  boats  and
E- P. WHALLEY, J- P.
.NOTARY   PUBLIC
Office Will 0.  W.   West &   Co.,   Cor.
Hull and linker Streets.
City Office of  the Nelson Soda Water
V-Ctorr.
9, 0. GREEN        ��. B. CLEMENTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineer* and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
P. 0, Box Uf ||lson, B, C.

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