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Daily Edition No. 788
Nelson, British Columbia, Thursday, July 26, 1900.
Tenth Year
DOMINION
IN
NEWS
GENERAL
WENT TOO FAR.
Strikers Carried Their Demands Too Far and
Japanese Have Gone to Work.
(SPECIALS TO THK MINEIl.)
Vancouver, July 2(1.���The fishermen
are beginning to realize that the price
named by the eanners is the utmost
they can pay and ure gradually returning to work. All the Japanese
are out fishing and several Indians|
went out last night.
Vancouver, July 20.��� The Btrike
among the fishermen on Fraser River
has culminated in the Japanese fishermen g"'iifc to work under the protection of the militia, Three thousand
Japanese fishermen, occupying 1500
boats, started out from the fishing tillage of Steveston yesterday under the
protection of the Sixth regiment.
The militiamen were formed In a line
around the wharves, and with loaded
rifles warned bnck the strikers, who
had hitherto prevented any fishermen
this season fnnn plying his calling on
the Fraser. Kor Steveston was under
martial law und the lion members of
the Fishermen's Union who bad successfully Intimidated six times us
many Japanese and Indians found it
a hopeless undertaking to continue
the fight when their enemies had secured military authority us nn ally.
Lieutenant-Colonel Worsiiop. who
was in command of the regiment sent
to Steveston, early In the morning
wade his position more emphatic by
his declaration U> the strike leaders
that he and his men were there for
business, uot play and thut ut tbe
first evidence of un attack upon any
fisherman, be be Jupunese or Indian,
the troops would shoot to kill. Under
the Canadian regulations blank ammunition is uever.snpplieil to riflemen
upon such oecaslons us this. Every
member of the feu r companies nt Slc-
vestou had 24 round- of ammunition
as deadly as any soldier in Soutli Africa is supplied with.
JAPS BROKE THE STRIKE.
It Ib to the action of the Japanese
that the precipitation of the climax in
the existing difficulty must he ascribed. For a time the Jupunese were
frightened into acquiescence witb tlie
strikers but their supplies became exhausted and hunger wns a frequent
visitor at their boats and in their
cabins. They held a monster muss
meeting and decided to go out,despite
threats of white fishermen who had
been holding out for-',, cents a fish
while the eanners refused to pay more
than 20 cents. The th rents nnd the
rumor that the strikers planned to
burn down all the 47 canneries on the
FraBcr River, Induced the municipal
authorities of Steveston, bucked by
three magistrates, lo appeal for military protection.
The white fishermen were bitter
against the soldiers but afraid of the
loaded rifles. Colonel Worsnop did
not believe they will dare to attack
the Japanese upon their return from
their fishing trip nnd thc eanners
think that the buckbone of the strike
has been broken.
DECLINES THE CUT RATE.
Thc Fishermen's Union at n meeting, 1100 members being present, again
voted to decline the 10 cent rate accepted by the Japanese. Their leaders advised the strikers to abandon
the Fraser River as a place of employment If the eanners did not come to
their terms, but many strikers don't
take kindly to this idea, especially us
tney realise the eanners can get all
thc finli tbey want so long as the Japanese ur,. mule,, military protection.
Many of the strikers are Individually
In favor of ucccpting the 80 cents per
fish whieh the Japanese are earning
Inlay and the Indians who have hitherto sided with the whites arc now
"���ady t��� follow   the  example   of   the
Japanese,
has caused much talk here. Mayor
Met'aim, y, (!., whose legal firm is
connected witli the most important of
the mining cases, thinks it a good
idea, but says there must be great discretion used in the appointment of
Commissioners, They must all be professional men. Is is the laymen who
are responsible for the condition of
flic laws nt the present time, he said,
(ieorge Martin of Whcallcr Ss Margin expressed similar views, and added: "If tbey appoint a commission
the law, once it bus been put on a
proper basis, must be left alone for
several years. '*
Japanese Government Will Only Allow That
Number of Emigrants to Canada,
Ottawa, Ont.,,luly 34���The Imperial
Government has notified the Canadian
Government that the Foreign oflice
has been officially notified by the Jupunese Qovernment that ull it's agents
and others concerned hnve been instructed not to grant passports to
more than ten emigrants per month
from Japan to Canada or any more
than five to tlie I'nited States, The
action of the Japanese Government is
due to the pressure of the Canadian
authorities through tin* liritisli Government in urging measures to prevent an Influx of Japanese into British Columbia.
VICTORIA CHINESE.
I.i-nii t tn.-. prosont War and Will Rospectthe
Dominion   Laws.
Victoria, July '.'li.���The Chinese of
this city have fallen in line with those
of other cities ami at a meeting held
in the Chinese Benevolent Society
Hall on Tuesday evening adopted the
following resolution:
" We, the Chinese merchants, residents, contractors and workmen ofthe
city of Victoria, in the Provinoe of
liritisli Columbia, in meeting assembled, in the rooms of the Chinese Benevolent Society, desire to express our
feelings of loyalty und devotion to tlie
person uml throne of Her Majesty,
Queen Victoria;
"That we desire to express our
humble and grateful thanks for the
enjoyment of peace, freedom and Mi.
city whioh have been afforded us In
this Provinoe of British Columbia,
nnd to express our deep appreciation
for the justice whieli lias already
been received by us here:
"That we deeply regret the unfortunate state uf affairs which exists
in China today, and the dreadful
massacres which  we have heard of,
whieli have happened    ill l'ekin,    and
we hope that tlie trouble will soon be
overcome;
1 'That we are preparing a petition
to he signed by all the Chinese residents and addressed to the Emperor,
asking thai be use bis power und in-
fluence for the suppression of ull
those people who are engaged in re-
lielliun against thc throne, and Hint
we humbly hope thnt Your Majesty
will be able, in conjunction with the
other powers, to restore order in the
Empire of China, niul we pledge ourselves, each one of us, to do nil we
possibly enn towards assisting lo "the
best of our power and ability iu aiding Your Majesty to accomplish that
cud, ami that we are prepared, when
the time comes, and we are called
upon to do so. to contribute our share
for this purpose!
"And we again beg to assure your
Majesty of our deep respect, reverence
und loyalty for Your Majesty's throne
uud person.''
COMMISSION   APPROVED   OF.
Kaslo, ,I���|V 86.���The school trustees
have reconsidered the mutter of thc
appointment of n prlncipnl nnd R. VV.
Nuter of Viotoria hns been offered the
position. He \_ an honor graduate of
McGIll College.
The suggested mining   commission
IN   THE   HOUSE.
even us domestic servants. A penalty
clause is attached, In its present
form the bill is not In the least likely
to carry.
TatlOW of Vancouver will move a
condemnation of the present Dominion
^Mnese   Restrictive   Act   as not sutli-
0h
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lently stringent to be effective.
TEN A MONTH.
ARMISTICE DECLARED.
A Respite ln Panama to Bury Dead and Collect Wounded.
New York July 26���After a continuation of the fighting between the Government troops and insurgents which
began Tuesday, an armistice wns declared yesterday] according to the
Herald's despatches from Panama.
The armistice was brought about in
order that the dead might  be buried
and tlie wounded attended to, and it
was arranged to continue until noon
today. The* consuls nre using every
effort to   prevent   a   bombardment   of
tlie city by the Insurgents,   General
Campo Kererrnno, titular governor of
Panama, has arrived in Colon with
ii'nii troops from 1tnrran<|uila.
Tlie armistice has brought great relief to the panic stricken citizens of
Panama, it has enabled them to np-
pear in the street with safety. The
ambulance corps from the British
.'miner I.eander landed yesterday and
rendered valuable assistance. Kvery
physician in the city, sisters of charity and many private citizens joined
in the work.
The lighting became desperate several times during the night and both
the regulars and insurgents lost heavily in officers. Among the revolutionists killed were Generals Temistoclefl
Diaz and Joaquin Arosemena. On
the (Iovernment side Colonel Barona,
Majors Aolquin and Rolando Linares
and Captain Pedro Pacheco were
killed,
GANADIANS  NOT  HOMELESS.
strike and  Labor  Question   Brouoltt  up by
Smith and Melnnes.
Victoria, .luly 86.���On n motion   to
adjourn tbe Mouse yesterday the i'rn-
ser River Strike question was brought,
up by ltaipb Smith, who remarked
that if there bad been in force a Compulsory Arbitration Act it would not
have been necessary to call out thc
troops in order to rcacb  ll   settlement
in tbe matter,
Replies were made by Attorney Oen-
cral Eberta   and   Minister   of    Mines
MoBrlde wiio said that tbe Government bad not taken tlie part of either
side but had been compelled to maintain peace and order and tbut tbe wisdom of tbe course pursued was sbowll
In the fact that tbe fishermen arc now
at, work secure from any molestation,
A labor bill was   introduced by   W.
W.   ll.   Melnnes of  Nanaimo. whioh
provides that no labor shall I niploy-
ed under ground In any mine.or on any
government work for more than eight
hours per day.    Tills applies not   only
to metalliferous mines bul also to coal
mines, so it will effect, Kast Kootenay
coal mines as well ns those on Vancouver Island. It provides an
educational test so fixed lis to keep
Orientals from employment In mines,
lumbering, canneries, laundry, tailoring, In fact nuy kind of etnnloyment,
Lord sti.itln uii.i and Invalided Canadians Protest An.tin -i London Paper's Assortlon.
Toronto, July 26���The Globe this
morning publishes a cable from London containing a letter from Lord
Btrathcona and one signed by 96 Canadians Invalided to London  hospitals,
The letters were sent to the editor of
the London Daily Telegraph protesting against the article published in
that paper and sent out by the Associated Press to the effect that
Canadians were wondering around
London homeless and penniless. Tbe
writers state tbat there may have been
five or six Canadians wbo have spenl
tbeir Wnr Olllee allowance and in
OOUSequenee have been without
money, but none bave bad any reason
to be rendered homeless and tbat
every   provision   has    been   made   to
make their lives comfortable while in
London,
FAVOR MAPLE LEAF.
Toronto, Ont., .Inly IS���The Ontario
Historical   Society   has   received   replies lo I'liiniiiiiiiicntions   sent   to   tbe
SOhool inspectors of Ontario regarding
thc advisability of substituting the
Maple Leaf for tbe Dominion of Canada Arms on the red ensign. The majority were strongly in favor of tbe
Idea because the Maple Leaf lias been
recognised abroad as a badge nf Canadian nationality and would lie more
quickly recognised at sea ami elsewhere than the Dominion coat of
arms.
OUTCOME   UNCERTAIN.
Cleveland, Ohio, duly ��6.���Seoretary
of State John liny left Cleveland this
morning for Canton, to confer with
President   .McKinley on   the Chinese
siliiatinn.    He will leave   Canton Ibis
evening fot Washington,
Late lust night Secretary Hay said:
"Tbe State department Is acting on
tbe supposition tbat it lias beard
notblng from Minister longer since
June l'.'th.   China   is at  peace  with
tbe world, so far as tbe official facts
nre concerned. The situation is one
of terrible uncertainty, ami nothing
that lias conic or purported to have
come from our Minister at Pekin lias
lessened the danger or uncertainty,
No one can say what may or may not
be the outcome."
SERIOUS   RIOTS.
Raco War In New Orleans Culminates In Promiscuous Shooting of Negroes.
New Orleans. La., 20.���Three negroes dead, three fatally shot and 12
men seriously wounded is the known
result of a mob's work in this city
last night.
Three of the wounded are while
men wbo were hit by by stray bullets.
There are many battered negro men
and women in thc hospitals. Public
feeling here has reached its highest
tension and armed mobs arc searching
variouh parts of tlie city in an effort
to apprehend Robert Charles, the negro wbo shot and killed Police Cap-
lain Pay and Patrolman Lamb Tuesday morning.
Last night a mob composed of several thousand persons formed at Lee
Circle and inarched out to Charles
Avenue in a body. It was reported
that tbe mob would march upon the
Parish prison and demand tbe negro
Pierce*, who was with Charles when
the police officers were killed. The police accordingly scut strong reinforcements to the prison and when the
mob made its appearance its leaders
were told that an effort to secure the
prisoner would be resisted to tbe bitter end. Wise counsel prevailed and
thc members of the throng slowly dispersed.
Small bands of men and lx>ys were
soon formed and scattered to several
parts of the city. Many negroes wbo
were nn tlie street ami riding on cars
were fired on witli more or less success.
Not since the lynching of the Italians several years ago. lias there beeu
such general excitement.
Edward McCarthy, a young white
man who came to this city from New
fork, several years ago, appeared
yesterday before a police magistrate.
He bad been arrested to protect him
from a mob. which was endeavoring to lynch bim because of some
remarks in connection with thc negro
riots. McCarthy bail said that the
negroes bad white hearts which were
as good as white men and tbat all of
them should not be lynched because of
the action of two individuals.
" Do you consider a negro as good
as a white man?" asked tbe judge.
" In body and soul, yes," replied tlie
prisoner, lie was lined $2.1 or 30 days
in tin' Pariah prison.
At midnight the Mayor issued a
proclamation   commanding all  good
citizens to go to their homes. About
2 ::io o'clock this morning in the
Trench section of the city, Captlst
Thilii.a colored man aged 1.1, was killed and one unknown negro was Ho
badly shot that be cannot recover.
All through the night mobs ran riot
i,n a limit for negroes. Tbe latter became terrorized and took shelter in
their homes and the outhouses of
white people, who protected them, so
it was only tbe unsuspecting and inoffensive negroes who were the victims. Those tbe mob got hold of who
were not killed were so badly wounded they were left for dead. The police were powerless. As fast ns they
dispersed a crowd in one section it reformed and moved to some other point
tn continue its devilish work.
COAL   FAMINE THREATENED.
Sydney, C, II., .Inly 2(1.���A coal famine in thc Island of New l'oundland
is among the possible results of the
present inability of the Dominion
Coal Company to fill the demands
made upon them. Coal is carrricd
between Sydney and Newfoundland
bv coasting vessels, and as tbey have
been unable to get cargoes, the captains have   returned   home,   laid   up
their vessels and dseharged the crews,
throwing -too men out of employment.
HUNTER ENGAGES BOERS.
London, .luly 86,���Lord RobertB re-
ports to the War Office today that
(leneral Archibald Hunter's einnniand
was being engaged In the bills south
nf lletlilellcm. The liners compelled
the liritish to retire from their positions with about .10 casualties. At
last accounts licneral Hunter had
worked around behind the Federals
while lienernl Hector MiicDoiiald and
(leneral Bruce Hamilton wore lu
front.
INO DEFINITE
NEWS YET
Fate of Legations In Pekin
Still   Hangs in the
Balance.
(Ill     VSSIH   I ll I'll   I'KI.SS.)
Washington, .July 26. ��� Notwithstanding signs of activity, the State
Department had nothing this morning
of interest touching the Chinese situation.
FAVOR PROMPT ACTION.
London, July 2(1.���While the latest
impression derived from tlie array of
conflicting telegrams from the Par
Kast is that a portion of the foreign
colony at l'ekin may have escaped
slaughter until a recent date, the
general concensus of the best informed opinion of Europe seems to favor
tbe acceptance of tlie worst news and
to advocate prompt action thereon,
the contention being that the only
possibility of definitely ascertaining
the truth is by tbe allied commanders
enquiring tit l'ekin.
Judging from the news from Tien
Tsin, however, according to the divisions among tlie admirals there, tlie
prospect for a speedy advance seems
to be endangered unless the Governments Speedily agree upon a supreme
leader.
Telegrams from Shanghai report
that Li Hung Chang has taken up his
alniil.1 at the arsenal ns a measure of
precaution. It is not stated whether
be feared an attack by the Chinese or
the attempts of the Powers to curtail
his liberties. Apparently the foreign
Consuls at .Shanghai have informed
the Viceroy that unless he should obtain definite despatches fnnn l'ekin in
live days tbey would conclude the Ministers had been murdered and act accordingly.
MISSIONARIES  MALTREATED.
Reports are current that a number
missionaries, either American or English, have been murdered in Slum Si.
One of tlie despatches from Shanghai,
published here today, says: "Canadian missionaries, who escaped from
Ho Nana, had a terrible experience
enroute here The natives everywhere
were hostile. The rabble attacked the
refugees, beat tbem and took tbe
clothes from their backs. The ladies
suffered cruel indignities."
The dispatch continues: "Canton
remains comparatively quiet. The
natives, however, are beginning to
fear the reinforcements arriving at
Hong Kong and intend to attack the
forts and occupy the city. Thc military mandarin has asked the Colonial
Secretary at Hong Kong for assurances that (Ireat Britain docs not intend to take  Canton. "
Hall Mines Smelter Will Now Receive Ore
For Smelting.
The fact that the Hall Mines smelter
is now ready to buy ore will be read
with interest by those who have been
waiting the resumption of work at
the smelter. It was announced this
morning that the smelter would start
up in a short while and is now ready
to buy ore and will receive it as fast
as it is sent along.
The management of the Hall Mines
has now been definitely decided upon.
There will be no general manager of
the company's affairs. Captain Clifford will be mine superintendent, Mr.
It. K. Hedley. manager of the smelter
and Mr. ,1. J. Campbell will act as
commercial manager.
yet under arrest.    Tbe   deceased   was
a cousin of the Hon. Clifford Sifton.
READY TO BUY ORE.
JAPANESE LANDING.
Shanghai. July. 86���A   despatch   received   here   today   from    Yokohama
states that the Japanese division will
all be landed at Taku by July Hist nnd
will reach Tien Tsin August 3rd, The
Legislature of New South Wales has
resolved to send a military contingent
to join the Imperial troops.
DID   NOT   LOOT.
Washington, D. C, July 2(1.���The
Navy Department this morning received the following cablegram from
Admiral Kemcy: "Taku, July 84.���
via Che Poo, July 2.1.���Bureau of Navigation, Washington: Colonel Meade
has been    invalided   to    Marc   [aland
Hospital on account of  rheumatism,
Major Waller succeeds in command of
tbe First Regiment, My obtainable information clears the marines of the
Imputation of burning bouses or looting at Tien Tsin,   (Signed)   Remey."
BODY EXHUMED.
Lucan, Out., July 88,���The body of
Joseph Sifton, whose death was clouded in mystery, was exhumed yesterday, the wounds on ihe load examined and the stomach removed and
sent to Toronto for analysis, No Inquest has yet been ordered and the
suspected son,   Gerald  Sifton, Is  not
G. P. R. OFFICIALS.
Supt. It. Marpole, Chief Engineer N.
.1. Cainbie, Master Mechanic R. K.
Hobbs and Superintendent of Telegraph .1. Wilson, all of the Pacific division of the C, P, U., are in Nelson
today. This morning a visit was
made to the site ofthe new depot,
freight sheds and round bouse and
some slight changes decided upon
whieli will provide greater accommodation. Il was decided also to begin
at once tiie laying of rails on the
roadbed at the lake front so that in ft
few weeks tlie C. P. H. and Sjioknno
I'alls St Northern will have rail connection. The steel for the Balfour
extension is now on its way from tbe
Kast and will be laid us soon as it arrives. The line to Balfour will lie
Completed for operating purposes iu
thc early fall. Mr. Marpole and
party, with the exception of Mr. Wilson, will be In town until tomorrow
morning, Mr. Wilson left this afternoon for Hosslaud.
MINING   TRANSACTIONS.
The mining records for today are:
Certificates of Work���On Crystal to
Hugh Brown: On (lolden Dawn, Ymir
View, Qolden Sunset to William dimming: On Lakevlew to .1. II. Graham;
on Hams Born to A. Gilflllian; on
(Ireat Eastern to Joseph Ferrule. Locutions-.Madoe on Erie Mountain by
(ieo. W.llill; Pretoria on Erie Mountain bv Vi. .1. Wilson.
TELEGRAPHIC   BRIEFS.
Ottawa. July 86.���G. N. Rylcy, of
the milling branch of the Department
nf the Interior, has left for Dawson
City to look after the business of the
Department in the Yukon.
I'laiitagem t. Out., July 86,���Joseph
Roy, aged :.'", years, a section man,
was killed here yesterday by being
struck by a passenger train.
Ottawa. July 21!.���According to the
Directory fnr 1900, just published, Ottawa's population is ns,.1,10.
Toronto, Ont., July 2(1���A Detroit,
Mich., despatch says that Lake St.
(lair and the Detroit river for the
past week have been filled with thollS*
anils of dead fish, a large proportion
of which are young herrings. The
cause of their death is not understood
by tbe authorities.
Toronto, Out., July 211���Thomas
Hill, one of Toronto's pioneer printers and the lirst president nf the Typographical Union, is dead, aged 89
years,
London, Ont., July 26���John C.
Coughlin, a well known cattle exporter of Eastern Canada, is dead, aged .13
years,
Montreal. July 80.���The Allan Liner Tunisian witli Cnlonel O'Grady
Haly, the new  Major! lelicral   of   the
Canadian Militia  on   board,   is expected at (Quebec   tomorrow evening,
'i NELSON DAILY  MINER, THURSDAY, JULY aft, i.o_.
Nelson Daily Miner
I). .1.  BEATON, Editor and  Manager
The Praser River crisis may have
passed for the present,but the troubles
are likely to recur at .any time. The
demon of agitation is rampant In the
Province and it is not to be laid ill a
day. If the matter is complicated by
the presence of Japanese or Chinese,
it will become necessary to take the
whole question Into serious consideration. White labor has priority of right
in the Province nf Urltlsh Columbia,
It does not Seem, however, that this
complication exists, as our dispatches
this morning Indicate thai tho prices
paid by the canneries are recognized
as liberal and as long as there are not
Mongolians to crowd out tho whites
no injury is done.
Two Ministers endeavored to impress upon the House yesterday that
the Qovernment "bad striven not to
take sides" In the fishery troubles on
thc Eraser. Might we respectively
suggest to those Ministers, thai II
was the duty of the Government to
take sides, and to encourage thc
authorities to keep all concerned with
tbem within the four corners of the
law? If a man desires to work for a
certain wage it is bis right to do mi.
and it is the duty of the Government
to see that he is protected in it. We
are afraid there is often greater eon
cem felt if not manifested to gain
popularity and make voles than to
maintain the right.
land for purity and soberness, that
society will be soon be controlled by
them? If your legislators, if those iu
authority permit the open desecration of the Sabbath, if
they arc giving a free hand
to those who serve out to the foolish
and blinded men thc abomination of
Btrong drink, if tbey give unrestrained license to gambling dens, and to
those brazen offsoourlngs of womanhood, if. I say. our legislators favor
these and legislation in their behalf,
if through them they hope to make a
'covenant with death and an agreement with hell,' think you the overpowering scourge, thc wrath and Indignation of a righteous and ii right-
eous-lovlng God will pass us by? Alas
nn'. We shall be trodden down by it,
for our covenant with death shall be
disannulled and our agreement with
hell not stand, and we shall fall backward and be broken and snared and
taken.
Such brazen libertines are very false.
Champions   of   liberty.      They    have
ver yet, nor will tbey ever, build
up a happy and prosperous community;
If that member of Parliament were a
true servant of thc people, as he professes to be, if he had one iiiHnitesiiial
part of one poor scruple of the consecration of the life of our Lord to the
to the good of humanity, he would
never utter such a sentiment, Instead
of trying to lower and degrade the
thc Sabbath to the level of every other
day. ho would try to raise every other
day to the level of the Christian Sabbath as far as living and thinking are
concerned, His Influence instead of
being a savour of life unto life, is a
savour of death unto death, and bis
light shall yet go out in utter darkness. "
tV+0*SA0++0/l/l*+/*+0*>0*0/</V*/**^
Mr. Ralph Smith may be right In
commending compulsory arbitration
for the adjustment of labor disputes,
but we do not quite understand his
association of that question with the
presence of the t roups that were called
out in connection with the troubles
with those Fraser River fishermen,
There should have beeu no occasion
for the troops, either with or without
arbitration, if the reports of those
troubles were published with any regard fur truth at all, many of the
strikers were guilty of unlawful acts,
and It was tbe duty of the olllcers of
the law to See that they were arrested
and punished, precisely as other transgressors arc. We do not call out
the troops to round np and capture a
gang of burglars. If caught in the
act tbey arc promptly put under arrest ; if they escape for a time they
are followed up. and when caught
they are taken into custody, very often one' peace officer sufficing for the
whole duty.    Why should   a   striking
fisherman who  unlawfully    interferes
with the right and liberty of   anotbe
be treated differently?   If the author
Hies made it plain beyond   the   possibility   of   misunderstanding  that all
transgressors   of   the   law   are   to lie
treated alike,  there would be   no  occasion    for   troops   to     preserve    the
peace.    The civil arm of   the   law    is
quite Strong enough to cope with such
troubles ns prevail on   the   Eraser,   if
the authorities but show  proper firm
ncss and energy iu dealing with them
SENDAY  OBSERVANCE.
There was a local reference in user
nion preached by Rev, Mr. Gordon, of
Fernie, a short time ago,   on  Sunday
work and observance, that will be interesting tn Nelson readers:
"Further! eontrast the attitude nf
Christ Inwards the Sabbath here set
fnrth with that nf our M. P. P., wl
Is also editor of The Nelson Tribui
and Mayor of tliat city, lie Is a vaunted champion Of liberty I but of a liberty that savors nf the wildest license)
and declares that throughout this year
every man, woman and child in his
town shall be pcrniitcd to observe
Sunday in his or her own way. even
ns they spend the other days of th
week; that bis town is to be no
church-ridden iimn. Church-ridden
forsooth I What s begging of the
great question of social reform and
moral elevation is hero presented us
(lod knows that too few of our Western
townsarechurch-rlddcn towns. I desire
not church-ridden towns,bul Christian
towns,     Yet   if   I   had my choice   I
would prefer a church-ridden town to
a devil-ridden town: 1 would rather
live In a tnwn ruled and controlled by
members of n Christian church than in
one ruled and controlled by a whiskey
clique, or by men wholly under the
Influence and fascination of d num-
1st nf fast women, Does thai Mayor
notice, do yon nol see, thai In  every
town lu the went we have evil forces
Operating which, If they are nut Wn.
trolled by tlie church, hy  those  who
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CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
PIPE SMOKERS
ATTENTION!
Ask   your    Tobacconist   for
Smith's
Glasgow
Mixture
Positively tbe finest Tobacco
for Pipe Smoking in the
market.
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Nki-iin It. C,
A Boarding ami Hay -eiinol conducted by
thO Bistort of HI. Joseph of I'oaoo.    It-mltu-
uii . ui thooornorof Mill uml Josephine atreeta.
In ono of tho beat residential iiortloimof Nolnon, mnl in easily nocossiblo from all narts
of tlicclly.
Tlm imirsp of study ioclmlcs thc fundamental unit higher bronchos of a thorough KokUsIi
oiluiiilloii. llushioss courso- UookkoouliiK
Htooiiifioiihy and Typewriting. Sclonco coimd
���Music, Vocul and Iiislriinictital; Dniwliiif
etc.���I'laln ami Art Noodlowork; Ciilisthoulcs'
otc. ���
For tornis an* narttculnrs apply
Hiitmrior.
C.WADA PERMANENT AND WESTERN Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
head offioe toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgago
Apply to O, U LENNOX, Bakor St.,'
Nelson.
Nelson En1ploFi.1t Aeency
WANTED.
Four deck bunds.   Mnn nnd wife for
riuiiii.   Dishwasher.   Waitresses.
J. fl. LOVE, Agt., Baker ft
CARPETS
OILCLOTHS
BEDROOM
SETS
And All Kinds of
House
Furnishings
"At Kustorn MiinufiieliiroiV prloon, i>:ii- freight," on order of $50.00 upwards; loss
limn $5(1.1X1 ut   till per cunt discount.
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CASH    sale    CASH
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30 Days Only.  Entire Stock Must Be Sold.
Nelson Furniture Co.
BAKER    STREET   WEST
V. e Hnve Sold 75 Per Cent of Ml the
Portland Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay
and Sewer Pipe
Used in the Kootenay
Jnst Received���Carload
Dominion Ale and  Porter
(In pints nnd quarts)
Dominion  White  Label  Ale
This is the finest Ale brewed in Ciiuuil*.
Dominion   Bulk  Ale
(pints nnd quarts)
��.
Mn  16-gallon  kegs)
Teacher's  Scotch   Whisky
i_ still the best
H. J. EVANS 8l CO.
NELSON, It. c.
HAMMOCKS
PRICES  $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
Nelson,   B. C,
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DELIVERED AT YOUR D00RF0R
65 cents
PER MONTH.   50 CTS. BY MAIL
I
LUrjiber..
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.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill nl PILOT HAY   lords, NKLSON
uml LARDO,
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD.
H. & M. BIRD
Agents fur l:urek_ rtlneral Wool and
Asbestos  Co.
Real Estate, lire Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOR SALK.
Twelve lots,being the north half
of hloek KM), cue hluek ahovo
Nelson Club  $2.0tx>
Two gold building lots ou Mill
Street       500
I'-fty-foot Lit on Vernon Street,
nenr Thorpe's factory    1,600
lx)t on Victoria Street, near Miners'   Union       (150
Three-story houso on I'nrk Ht,
close to linker St. All modern
convonieuoes    2,f
Seven roomed house on Mill SL,
one hluek from Stanley HI....   1,000
Ranch at Nine Mile Point, 77'a' acres,
10 acres cleared, house uml outbuild
ings, garden, etc.
ALEX. STEWART,
Room 3,  Turner-Boeckh  Block,  Nelson-
Notary   Public,     _t-al     Instate,     Insurance,
Mines, Loans.
FOR   SALE   CHEAI\
,$1.-0 only for n house and  lot, hloek
21, Addition A.
$1,000 oely for A house ni d lot, Stanley Street.
lfKT-1 only for n house and lot, Rohson
Street.
$1,600 will buy choicest residence corner in city, .")0xl_0 feel, up to 15th.
f225 (J_r> cash, rest ou time) will buy
lot in block 7!) this week; iifterwnrilH
*__0.
$700 will buy house nnd lot, Kront
St., uear Chiildieh St Co.'a warehouse.
Slot) ({50 cash, rest on time) will buy
choice lot in BogUStown, on car line.
Kor Bent���_l0U8e, $12.50 per month.
Molly (iihson shares.
Wanted -Timiarac stock.
UNCORPO FU^��tf> tS70.
THE
HUDSON'S
BAY
COMPANY
MARKS TIIK BEST
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Highest awards at Winnipeg
Industrial  Exhibition.
Sold at
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Comer linker nud Stanley Btjueti,
NELSON, B. C.
Atlantic S. S. Lines
From Montreal
Allan Lino Tunisian  .Au(r4
Allan Lino    Nuiiiidiftii Aug II
Iloniititoii Line  t'ainbroinan July _8
I ���iiiiniiiiiii Lino Vancouvor Ang ||
Heuvor Line  Lusitania  Auk 3
Beaver Lino Lake Cliiimpluin Auk 111
Kroni Now York
White Star Line Mnjenttc       Auk 1
WhitoStar Line Oceanic      Auk H
Ciinanl  Lino  Ktruria  Aui? 4
Cunaril Lino Campania Auk 11
American Line Now York          Auk S
Ked Star Lino W'cstornlnliit   "AiikI
Anchor Lino h'urnewsia    Ju|y:IN
Anchor Lino Anohoria  Auk ll
N.d.L. L. Kairiur Wilhelni.dor Urossj... .Auk 7
N. U. L. Lino Allor  Aug 11
Allun .tain i.ii u .inn  ot Nobrnuka..,. Auk 1
���        ....        , *"roin Boston, Maes
Cunard Line Ivcrnla         Auk   1
Ounard Line Ultu-ia      auk n
Banana arranged to ami from all European
points,   .or rnuis, t.lcko sand full Informal ion
apply to <;. P. It. depot HKont or W. Y. Andor
son, I ity rassoiiKcr -.Kent, Nolson, B. 0.
W. I. K.CU-IMINUS,
General . rout. tl.l'.K. Offlcos, Winnipeg
KOOTENAYCOFFEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Best of
Quality, ns follows :
Java and Arabian Mocha, per pound    .   I  It,
Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds . I m
. Ino Santos, 4 pounds....;.. "\t_
SantosBlond, S pounds....      .     J nn
Our  8neoinl_l-nd, ti poundH::...!::::"" i 00
Our Klo KoaKt, .pounds ""; j oo
A Till A I. Oil oik SOLICITED.
Salesrooms:
2 DOORS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOCK, VV. BAKER ST.
rVELSOrt,       .        b. C.
HOTEL ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
Nelson's Newest Hostelry. Complete in every respect,
It has just been opened and the
public is invited to visit it
RATES
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day Si.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN.  Prnn.
NELSON WINE CO.,
��3- carm_.i_tn_\.\^____._ __^_
10c. up,   Prlcos cannot bo dlspuu_t,y '"""
tiion- ��s.
Frank A. Tamblyn, Mgr.,
Rakrr Stp.��t. neuon
Gamble & O'Reilly,"
Civil   _���_,_,,_,.     ,_.     B I ���_
= "���'"�����.   r*RovixoiAL   Land   Bu.virons
Rial Eitath,   UauiANfll,
Awo   GlNMAl    AllIM,
Hints Co_Lior_D
Loan* Maoi
tinktr .Slreet, Nelnon, B. C.
CRUCIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inoh diam. $)3.50pPr ino fe(,t.   For
immedi-te  delivery   in   Nelnon
I, 0. T, CROFTS
t.O. '
Great West
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
On inriTik Projertj.
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
DELIVBKEO.
No order  can be accepted uiilcs*.
accompanied by rush.
Office Corner Hall and Bnker Street-.
TKLKPHONK SS.
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.GUHD
Room 1, Tmili'i  lloeelili Blook.
REAL ESTATE AND MININti AtiENT
Illinium and Building Lots in All Farts
of tho Oitj.
WANTED���For cliont, a Rood biininess
investment from $2,(X_) to 85,(100.
���#*��.��, (WW, ��.<!.
SILVER KINO MIKE
Will pay the hiuhest oanh price for all
kinds ol Seoond hand goods. Will bny
or sell anything from an anchor to ���
noodle. Furniture, stoves, carports,
oooking utensils, bought in bonsehold
qnantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see ma or write. AddrM*
Silver King Hike, Bos 800. Sal.
Streot, Nelson, 8, 0. NELSON   DAILY  MINER,  THURSDAY,  JULY 26, 1900
TELEGRAPH TO DAWSON.
Tho All Canadian Service Will bo Finished
In a Few Wooks.
Vancouver, July SO.���J. II. Charle-
son, who Ih constructing the all-
Canailian telegnipli line from Diiws'mi,
is at the lintel Vancouver. On bis
arrival an Important letter was waiting for Jiim fnnn the public works
department, staling that 818,000 had
lieen appropriated fur the oonstruotion
of a  telegraph   line connecting the
present system from Dawson   to   Fort
i'iiii.-iiiv. on the Canadian border, nmi
stating that Itri^radier-tii'iieral Oreely,
of the United States war offloe, hml
Informed the government that a cable
was to be laid from Nome to St.
Michael, and a laud line from SI.
Michael to connect with the Canadian
branch line to Fort Cudaby, Tho
United States government will build
the line iu connection with the signal
service of the United States war department, and the line will be constructed under the direction of Frank
Green. (leneral (Ireely is to leave
Seattle for Dawson in August, to confer with Mr. Charlton at   that   point.
The copy of a letter from General
Greely was also enclosed. It was directed to the Public Works Department of Canada, and spoke of the
writer's pleasure at the decision of
the Canadian Qovernment to connect
with the United States lines in Alaska, as ill the ease Nome, St. Michael,
and Dawson would lie in speaking distance with the rest of tlie world.
General (Ireely said the new lino
would be completed sometime in 1901,
and that work will be pushed as rapidly as possible.
Mr. Charleson reports that the all
Canadian line will lie completed in
six weeks' time; that the line had
now reached lla/.ellon at the Aslieroft
end, and Telegraph Creek at the Atlin
end, and that there was Win miles to
be completed between Uazloton ami
Atlin, with gangs working north uml
south. There is also a branch line being constructed from Stony Creek at
the head of the Stewart River, to Mason Creek where the hydraulic companies _.-e situated.
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
WINNIPEG VETERANS.
0rganlie Association tu Tako Garo of Disabled
Soldiers.
Winnipeg, July SO��� An Association
of Army aud Navy Veteran! is now
beiugorganized at Winnipeg the alms
and objects of which are out tilled as
follows:
t. ��To assist, to the best of onr ability,any comrade out ol employment or
in distressed circumstances, and to do
what we can to find employment for
him.
'.'. To visit a sick comrade and cheer
and comfort him as best we can. and
when it shall have pleased Almighty
God to remove a comrade from
amongst us, by death, it is our duty
as comrades to attend his funeral,paying our last respects to him.
3. To do all iu our power towards
establishing in the City of Toronto,an
Army and Navy Veteruns'llomc,where
our comrades may find a place of rest
in which to end their days, comforted
and helped by their comrade veterans.
bo that no good, deserving old Servant
of the liritish Empire will have to
end his days in a workhouse or be
laid in a pauper's grave.
AT CAPE  NOME.
Vancouver, July 26.���Thos. McNeill
arrived yesterday from Seattle,having
just eoine from Cape Nome by the
Bteamer Garroinic. lie says that
Nome is in bad shape, and people
there arc at a total loss to know what
to do. He was one of the lirst men to
locate on Topkuk Creek, which was
boomed so strongly by the American
papers, lie thinks there is very little
in this district after the tirst few
pockets were cleaned out. lie stayed
as long as there was any gold in sight
but when he was leaving many other
people as well were abandoning their
claims. Gold was not found in paying quantities. There were UO eases
���f smallpox and much alarm felt at
the epidemic.
t
Tomorrow (Friday) afternoon from !i
to 5 o'clook there will he a dance for
children only ut the Duke Park Pavilion. No admission, A few small prizes
for the little ones.
 CHURCH l)llt_CTOKY.
W_rdBaA__�� ..nl'S^o^Fl^'^^^^oTi-rr
mu-io_-_ . .* S,ta- ���Su��<l��y>c Holy Com-
tlio_,_ni'i.__un4.��...,0l"tftnaSrd��u>i<lay��
H, day s____ TI,MRlt"V.: M"Mn" �� �� a.n .;
M_tU__ _i ��m W ?-m,LHvonsO-g 7.80, Dully
Dan.Hoi. .nl1"' .ThureaasrB and SalnW
K?enHo,!_ . ii . n,"un.'0,. 10 "��� '"��� BWdayss
lIcJT's   U'."��� ���/��l��w<'d by choir ,,ruc
���_&______ <;"u��0''-Cornor:Ward ami Mill
at .!.__?   ..l!_*P.m-  M|U,H0T<"T woekday
_*___S__S?l,r,"*t"rt "orlniid lienor.    '
t_?^r_\^i___^'______^_'>' �� �����">���
P___�� ... Si. '    Sunday Schoe  at 2.,'iO n m
0___S__B���-lg r""���lW BUnlng at��� p.m.
KsB-iiC_J     "^al8ttm'    Uuv- Joh"
��"-"_atna^1(;,l_-.S_rvlcos morning and
fS^****** ftef'0'J. Coulter Wlillo,
,.
NONE BETTER.
S0LTD VESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALACE DINING AND OBSERVATION
OAfl-.-MEALSIa la 0ARTE.
Close connection l_ist and 1 Wesl-
lioiind nt Spokane with trnins of the
trains of the Spokane Falls and North.
cm Railway.
Direct connection at St, Paul without change of depot with all trnins for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:45 p.m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria und Vuncouver,
Port land, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During t lie season of navigation Kast
bound trains connect at 1. ninth with
the magnificent steamships North West
and North-1 jiml of thcNorthcrn Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the (heat Northern Bail*
way.
For further Information, maps, folders, etc., apply lo any agent of Spokane
Kails.. Noil hern liy., Kaslo it Slooan
By., Kootet ai Railway St Navigation
Oo,, or to
K.I WHITNEY.   H. A. JACKSON,
Ueiil. Pass. St Tkt. Agt,    Oom'cl Agt.
St. Paul, Min       Spokane. Wash
DRINK
THE   BEST
BEER
Anheuser-
Busch
St. Loll is
Lager
To lit1 had wholesale at Nelson,
R. V_ \\\\\\i_\ Sl
Co.,
Ltd.
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
RpHOKPK &. CO. Limitod-rCornot Vernon
JL uml Cedar BtreoUt NuIbqd���ManufuuLur-
ova of uml wholosalo dotuors In ueriilcd Wilt-urn
ami fruit syrups. Bole ngoots for Halcyon llui
Springs mineral water.  Telephone 00.
NKLSON SODA WATI.K FACTORY-
N. M. Cuiumlns, Lessee���Every known
variety of sofi drinks. POB0X88. Telephone
No* Sl. Eluovor Streot, Nelson. Bottlorsof tlie
f_nno��iM St. Leon llol Springs Mineral Water.
CIGARS
KOOTKNAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING
CO.���Manufootururs of the Koyal Seal
mid Kootenay Belle cigars. Factory and
O-tioo, Baker Stroeti Nolson,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
If J. EVANS & CO.���Bakor Btroot, Nol-
1. son \\ holwnlo <'������������ tiers in liquors, ei-
Kai-rt, cement. Hro Uriok nnil lire clay, water
pipo and btoel rails, and general ooinmission
merchants,
tSAAA^ ^^^^t^**********^
House Slippers
For Your Wife
We have a splendid line tlie easiest
she ever put her feet into. Get
her    a   pair      only    $f .50.
������������������������
The Shoeists
FRUITS AM) CONPECTIONBB-
JA. M'DONALD-Maddoil Block, Nelson
���      .rU)tt),    lOO   Ol-ttlll,    "U.   li."    i ll.M n|;llr   .
iiiKii class oonfootlooery.  u-o Oroara Parlors.
011A1N, HAY AM) CEREALS
A. B. GRAY, Baker St., Nelson
Kootenay Agent,
The  Athabasca   Gold  Mine
LIMITED
(In Liquidation.)
shark1 capital ��200,000.
Spokane Falls A
Northern RY
Nelson ._k__Fort
Sheppard R v
Red Mountain R'v.
The only nil rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting1 at Spokane wilh
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson with steamer
lor Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points. ���
Connects at   Meyer's   Falls   with
stage daily for Republic,   and  connects at Bossburg with stage  daily
for Grand Forks and (ireenwood.
l.K.vE. Day Train,        Arrive!.
10.815 n.in Spokane 7:10 p.m,
12:05 p. in HoskIiuiiI 6:80 p.m.
11:30 li, in Nelson 8:00 p.m.
Night Train.
'.) :4B p.m Spokane 7:05 n.m:
11:00 p.m Ros-lnnd 6:80 n.m.
II, A. JACKSON, Q. P. & T.A.
Spokane   Wash
G. K. TAOKABURY,
Agent, Nelson, B.O
Kootenay Railway and NaT.
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO A SLOCAN RAILWAY
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. & TKAD. CO.
Schedule of Time.       Pacific Standard Time.
Kffbottve February M, 1000
KASLO & SLOCAN HY.
Pnnnonger truth for Sandon and wayataMona
leaV68   Kanlo  nt, 8 a. in., daily.    Returning,
leaves Sandon at 1.15 p.m,, arriving at Kaalo
at 3.55 p.m.
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TRAD. CO,
Operating on Kootenay Luke and River.
Str. "International" loavos Kaalo for Nelaon
at fi a. in, daily except Sunday. Returning,
leavea Nelaon at (i.iOp.m., calling at Balfour,
Pilot Hav, Ainsworth and all way pointa. Con-
neeta with S. Y. A N. train to and from Spo-
kauo at Five Mile Point
LARDODUNt.AN   DIVISION.
Steamer Argent a leaves Kaalo Tuesdays and
Fridays ul li a. m. for lite head nf navigation ou
thu   upper Duncan River;  returning leaves
Hall's Landing Wednesdays and Saturdays.
St camera cull ��t principal landings in both
directions, and at other point*, when algualled
Tickota sold to all points in Canada and tho
United States.
To ascertain rates and full information ad-
drostj i
ROBERT IRVING.
Watmgor, KaHlo. B.C.
A
LODGE MEETINGS.
NKLSON LbDUK,   No. 23, A. Y. A A
M. meets second Wednesday in each
onth.   Visiting brother!) welcome.
I.  O. O.  F.     Kootenay Lodge
No. Ni, meets every Monday .light,
at   their  Mall,  Kootonay street
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invited,
John A. McRae, N.O.   D. W. Rutherford, V.G.
Fred J, BqUlre", Per. Sec.
Nelson (encampment No. 7. Meets every 2nd
und Ith Friday of each month, in Odd FellOWB
Hull, coiner Haker nnil Kootenay streets',
Nelaon. A. II. Clements, 0. P.; I>. McArthm",
U. S.   Visiting brothers always welcome.
NKLSON   LODGE   No.    80, K. ofP
asx_*\ meets in K. of P, hall, Oddfellows blook
wW&evorv   Tuesday  evening at 8 o'clock
|A11 visiting knights cordially  lovitcd
L. (SCOTT C C.
O, Joy, K.of R.andS.
NKLSON   L, O, L. No. 1003  meets in l-'rn
ternity Mall on first and third Friday evenings
ofcac.n month at 8 o'clock. Visiting n>nmlrt_ra
cordially invited,   tl, Robinson, W.M.
NKLSON'S   ��.! 'KKN     NO.   241
;^v   s(_ns  ok   knoland,  meets
^h first and   third  Wednesday of
fc n c,1     each   month   at  Kiatorniiy hall
OOaCIl     I)IUIILll      1.1,     i- imoiiin;     .......
a   corner of  Maker   and   Kootenay
atroot-a.   Viaiting brothorn  cord-
lull) Invltod.
John Wathon, Seoretary,
COURT KOOTKNAY, 1. O. K., No. .(l.lh*
Meetings 4th Thursday ef moiiib. Fraternal
hull, J A Irving C. R.   P. R. Fleming. U.H.
NKLSON AKHIK No. 22, F. O. E., moots
every Hooond and fourth Wednesdays of each
in onth. Visiting members cordially invit
ChurJuri Prosboi, Secretary.
To thk Canadian Shareholders:
Speoial resolutions for lit (nidation,
and reconstruction wero passed at an
Extraordinary General Meeting, hold
on tin* istli of May last, unci confirmed
at a further meeting on tho nth June
lust, and in conformity therewith, a,
new Company has been registered under the iiiiiiK* of the Athabasca Qold
Mine, Limited, having a capital of
��100,000 In Ordinary Shares of t'l
each,
1 give notice that the ogreemenl for
the transfer of the assets of the old
Company to the new Company, which
was submitted to and* approved by the
snid Extraordinary t.encral Meeting,
has now been executed and is dated
the 18th June, two. Holders of shares
in ilk'old Company arc entitled li>
claim as of right, an allotment of one
share In the new Company, with 17s.
per Bhare credited as having heen
paid up thereon, for every two shares
held by them or to whieli they were
entitled Ln the old Company, provided they agree to pay np the balance of
;iM. per share on each of such new
shares.
Shareholders registered on the hooks
of   the   ohl    Conipany   have    received
blanks or  forms on  which to make
appliealion for the shares to whieli
they are entitled to apply for, and
whieh must be received here and be
iu my hands, together with is. per
share payable on application not later
than ISth August, 1000. Shareholders
who do uot make application hy this
date will lose all their interest in the
Company. Holders of dollar shares
of The Athabasca Qold Mining Company, Limited Liability, who have
not converted their script into .tl
Sterling shares of The Athabasca Chold
Mine. Limited, which is now in liquidation, are advised to send these
promptly to this office for conversion,
that they may receive the necessary
blanks in time to Comply with the
above notice and so retain their interest in the property.
e, Nklson fell,
Nelson, It. C.
Manager,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service.
Departure   and    Arrival   Time   ol
Trains  and   Steamers.
Depart from Arrivo  at
Ntd-on Nclsnn
Summer   mrivoH   nt Nelwin
from thu mint, C'iow'h  NeHt
branch    mid  Intermediate
puintH  S.llil
7.10 Train loaves NoIhoii for Kosh-
land     and     intermediate
points, and via llolwou for
north, Revelstoke,the main
lino and Pacilio ooast points.
7.110 Train loavos Nolson for Sandon and Intermediate points
and via .Slocan Lako ronto
[or north, Hovolstoko, the
main line and Paoiflo ooast
points.
Train arrives at Nelson from
Kossland and intermediate
points 10. UO
Steamer arrives at Nelson
from Kaslo and intermediate points 11. OO
15.80 Trains leaves Nelson for
Kossland,   (ireenwood   and
Intermediate points.
1(1,00 Steamer   leaveB   Nelson   for
Kaslo and way points.
Train arrives at Nelson from
Kossland   and    (ireenwood
and Intermediate points,
and from Kevelstoke, tho
main line, and Pacifio coast
points 1K. i.'i
Train ariives in Nelson from
handon   and   Intermediate
points,and from Kevelstoke,
the main line and the Paoiflo coast points 10,80
22.HO Steamer leaves Nelson for
Crows Nest branoh and all
pointa enst.
W. F. ANDEK80N, K. J, COYLK,
Trar. r����s- Agent        A   fl, P. Ago_t>,
Nflll�� V-aooover
IJItACK.MAN ICKIt MILLING CO., Lm-
y Wholesale and retail dealers In grain,
liiiy, flour, food. Mills al. Victoria, New \Vonl-
luiiiHcr; IvIinuMton, Alia. K.l_vaturn on (Jul-
Kiiry ami Kdmonton I tail way. Manufacture���
of tin: oolobratod It. & K. brand oereals,
GROCERIES
A MAODONALD & Co.-Corner Kront
��� and Hall -treels-Wholesale grocers
ami Jobbers iu blankets, gloves, mitts, boot-,
rubbers, nmokinawa and miners' sundries.
ARCHITECTS
C.A. !���: & MACDONALD III. Cane, James
J A. Macdonald)���Architects and superintendents. Itruken Hill lilock, corner (taker and
Ward -treels, Aelson.
LUMBER
VJELSON SAW AND PLANING MILL-
a\ Ollice coruer Hall and front Streets,
,\elsun - Lumber, ceiling. Mooring, and every
thing iu vvuuil lur building purposes, tiul our
prices.   Correspondence Boliolted,
FRESH ANU SALT MEATS
1")   BURNS & Co.���Bakor Slreet, Nelson-
.  ���   Wholesale dealers iu fresh and cured
meats,   (.'old Storage.
WK3T   KOOTENAY   BUTCH-IK   CO.-
Bakor Btroot, Nelson- Wholesale dealers iu fresh and cured meals.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
M'LACHLAN HltOH. (Successors to Vancouver Hard ware Co. Lid.HJukcrStrcet,
.Nelson \\ liolesale dealers iu hardware and
mining supplies, plumbers' and liusiiiitbs' supplies. ���      	
NELSON   HARDWARE  CO.-Wholesale
paints, oils and glass; mechanics' tools.
Agenls foi Ontario Powder Works; dynamite
LKjroltS AND  UUV HOODS
'li, ItXKIi, BEETON & Co. Corner Vernon
_L and Josephine Streets, Nelson -Whcle.
sale dealers in liquors, cigars, and dry goods.
Agents for PuhsL Brewing Go. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Browing Co of. Calgary.
LILLIE BR05.
P. BURNS & CO.   """
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, S. C.
a ____   __________________a  __w __
Branch Markets in Rowsland, Trail, Nelson, Easlc
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Order* by mall to any branch will have careful a��d oromot attention.
II U1ISONS HAY Co. -Wholesale groceries
1    and liquors etc.. Baker Streot, Nelson.
C1AI.1. oknia WINK CO., Limited-Corner
' .rout and Hall Streels, Nelson���Wholu-
.ile dealers in wines lease and bulk!, and
[Ionic, tic and imported cigars.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE Ss FRUITS
JV. GRIFFIN St CO. Corner Vernon and
��� Josephine St reels, Nelson ��� Wholesale
dealers ln provisions, cured meat-, butter and
eggs.
LIME
The Nelson Coke &
Gas Company is
" now prepared lo supply the best LIME
in the country at
50c per Cwt,
Speeial rates on carload lots.    Apply
H.lsoiWeaflJli_sCo,LW.
Baker Street.
EVERY   DAY
���AT THE-
CLUBJJ0TEL.
Big Schooner
Beer or Hitlf-niul-llalf only
10c
ALWAYS FRESH AND COOL.
Tho only good Hoof iu Nolaon.
cor. Stanley and silica 81 rcols.
ED CURRAN, Prop
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of _ .110 LtiKor
Beer und I'cuter.
DROP IN AND SHE US.
Nolson, B. C.
OSLER  &  M'DOUQALL,
Mining and Roal Estate Ageutt,
Houiei nnd Lob ���n Reasonable Terms.
Koo One I,jnt,i,,
Ofil-o, Victoria Street, Opposite
Phaii' Hotel,
��� MMV\V\W\.MMVlMVtV.M��V\��V\\\MV\V*WV\V\MV\i
We  are now doing business in
OUR NEW STAND
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
Next to Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see  all  our
OLD customers and many NHW ones.
Give us a call.
������������.���.���������
KIRKPATRICK   & WILSON.
Telephone 10. P o Box, K and W
��V��\MW��U\M\UVX\VW%\IUVUVMtVttV\V.V\ViMW
Turner Beeton & Co.
_sm���NELSON--^
VIOTORIA VANCOUVER LONDON, Eng
WHOLESALE   MERCHANTS.
LIQUORS,   DRY   GOODS,   ORE   BAGS.
CAR OF PABST BEER
Just arrived from Milwaukee
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   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 lo rent; good, clean and cool;  at   reasonable
rales.    Apply to
Tlie Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, Macdonald Hloek.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
<���|,llr>l    l-iilil-n,!.        ,      .       .        #l,1l��.-,,<>:0.0<>    I     ���(���'���! HII.IM.M...
"our,1 nr liim inr.:  TinijiiiiH )���'.. Kenny,  Preddonti   11,,m,..   uii-iiin. Vico-i'reitldoiH.
Wiley . miili. il. II. l-uilcl, llun. II. II. roller, M.L.O.. lion. DftYid MnoKuon.
lln1,1  Olllri', llllliril-1
Ocnciml MamiKor, KilMin L. I'm--. .Miinlrmil.
H11iMirlnt.11n1lc.nl nf Hnini'lii^. nnd BecretaiT, W. Ii. Torrance, Ilalif-l.
IiiHpnclor, W. F, Brook, llull-ix.
lunpoi-lor 1). M. BbDWart. Monlrrnl.
Ill;, 11. li, . 1
siov�� ��foil_-ILillfnx Branoh, AnUKOnlah, BrldKewater. Onytboro. lx)ndom]nrrj', Lunnnlinrp,
Mnlllriml |lliinl>i ('o.i, Piotou,   I'orl ll;iv\ ki-t-lniry, Hyilnoy. Hlnilirniirmlli'. Truro, Woynututn
\, .�� llinii^..l< 1.    Mtit tmr. t.   Dorchutor,  I 1 1 - ��� 1,.' K 1 r..- '.,,   iKnnl. Co.), Monoton, New*
1 ���!,��� Hi',; -.,, in ill,-. v\" 1 1 ���-��� !������.   r. 1:. loiniiil   riimioiii'ioHii, Humnionldt,  QieMe��� Muni roal
(City Ofllci'l, Monll'i'iil. Wc-I, Knil (I'm. Nulin  lliuuo mnl M-Ikiikiii-h !.n.< t��); ��.-iiiiimni (Cor.
(iriiono Avenue and *t. Oatharinm Btroot,  ���lU.rlo. Ottawa,   v��� >.i,.. ,,.,,i   ; 1   i.,iin>
(iihn, llnl Imllra- Iliivana. I mini. 111 in,   Now York III! K_ohanf( Plaoe) Kopublli', Wuh
BRAN-EKH IN lmiTIHIl COI.OMHIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
t in 1. M ,1cIII. 1
Canada-Morcliiuil" Hunk of Canada,   ���ntra���National slinwniul. Bank,   llilraaa���Amorloa
Nulional II1111I1    Han 1 r 1.���   I'l>"l  Nntluiiiil  Hunk.     i;nK.   )<���,,_ ,:t  Hootland.
I'arlN, Pranrr   Crrilill.iiuiii.il".   Ilirniuila   Hunk of Ilorniudn,   I'hlna and Japaa -Hong
Kouk nnd -iiuniiiiui HiiukliiK ilorporaUon,
(Icncfal BanklnK Buslnesa Tran..acted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Boucht
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.    Interest, allowed on special
deposits uml on Having Hunk accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.O.
i NELSON DAILY MINER. THURSDAY, JULY 26. 190a.
I It Pays to Trade With Us
ll It pays the customer, however, much better than it pays thc seller at this particular time.    For we are giving you goods at lower |Prices than  we can buy
II    them.    This may seem unreasonable, but it is not.    We are still overstocked and must unload, even though in doing so it costs us money.    We have several lines that
H    we will sell at exactly half price, or less.    Here are some of them :
'll LADIES'    BLOTJSES-From 75 cents each to $3, to be cleared at from 4<)c ��*!���&> "*
LADIES'   WRAPl,ERS-From$i.5oto$3,tobeclearedat  /        R   !   Zn_
LADIES'   COTTON   UNDERVESTS���With and without sleeves;   regular price  10c 1075c each;  all to go at from ,)L to 4-<>L
LA1)IES'   CORSETS   (tw0 dozen)���Regular price 50c and 75c;  all to be cleared at Jo1- eac
COLORED    lMQUES^Regular 15c line, to be sold at 7 1-2�� per yaul
BLOXJ SE   SILKS���5�� yards Fancy Colored Blouse Silks;   regular price 50c a yard;  to be cleared at _2oc PC1 yar
CVFXTS'   EURN1SIIINGS���Mens ToP Shirts, starched fronts;   regular price 75 cents;   to be cleared at 2oc
Men's Top Shirts, regular price $1;  to be cleared at ""
|$r Men's Summer underwear, regular price 80c and 90c a suit;  all one price now 40c per sui
tl      ALL  SUMMER  GOODS  MUST  BE  CLEARED  OUT  REGARDLESS  OF  COST.    CALL  AND  SEE  US.
Martin   O'Reilly  &
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HOUSTON   BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.--TERMS   CASH.
im-lm-lm-Tm-^m-lm-'
LOCAL AND
PERSONAL
Mr.
.1 111 v
tc
l.'fl
Horn���Wednesday
and Mrs. P. P. Clarke, a daughti
Allan Line Bteamer,Corinthian
Quebec, outward bound, at 10 a.   iu.
July 94.
Beaver Line Bteamer, Lake Megan
pnntii'. arrived nt Liverpool, nt 0 p
in.. July 94.
Allan Line steamer. Laurentlan, nr
rived ut Glasgow mi th. afternoon o
Tuesday, July 34.
Mr. nnd Mr.". P. Carey have been
engaged to conduct the boarding house
at tho Hull Minos smelter.
Hume���J. T. Doble, Mlchell; P. ('.
"Whytv, J. M. Boyd, Q. W. Lawson,
Toronto; John Davenport, Spokane;
U. MoLean, Kaalo; N. V. Purcell,
duelph, Ontario; ,1. C. Christenson,
Vancouver; 11. ,1. _ arsons, Qolden; D.
Tyc, Trail.
An alarm was Bent in from the Nel-
son Haw Ss Planing Mill last evening
to give tin' department a practtcerun.
Two ami one-half mlnutCB from the
time tlu- alarm reached tin' Brehall a
Btream was being thrown over thr
bulldi ng,
The children will have a chance tn
enjoy a dance tomorrow afternoon as
h diini'i' fur tlif little ones will be
jjivi'ii nt Lake Park pavilion from 3
to .ri p. in. No admission fi'i' will hi'
charged, ami Beveral small prizes will
in* distributed among the children.
A general meeting of those Interested in rifle Bhooting will In- held in
the armory, linker street, this evening at 7:30 oYliH'W. The meeting ts
called for tin1 purpose of discussing
tin- advisability of forming a new
rlllf association ami also for the purpose of arranging for the full local
matches.
Phair: A. 11. Cranston, !���'. \v.
Pretty, William Patterson, 0, C, McKay, n. Rlrelly, Rossland; J. \V. n.
Smytlii', Cranbrook; W, It. Allen ami
wife, Kaalo; James II, Lewis, Kettle;
W. (i. McKehzle, Vancouver; it. Marpole and son, Vancouver; 11. J. Cam-
ble, P. 1). Abbott, Vancouver; I'. 12.
Hobbs, RevelBtoko; J. Wilson. Vancouver; John 1!. Parks, Helena, Mont,
Tin' local cricket team will play thr
Kossland tram al the Reertiatton
grounds on Saturday,    Thr nam- will
hr   called   at.    11 :30  a.  m..    ami   will
probably last until .. p. tn, The Knss-
laml Irani will arrive ill town tomorrow evening, Thr following, Bub-
jrrl to change, havo been chosen as
thr Nelson eleven; r. II. Forbes,
(captain), A. !���'. Hargeaunt, II. Heath-
cote, E. T. Pollok, ('. Woodrow, J.
M. Williams, W, Parker, W, II. Cross-
field, (1, partridge, .1. Elliott, C, .1.
Matthews,
Thr many for r residents of  Vie-
toriu now living In Nelson will feel
deep regret upon bearing thr news of
thr death of Fleet Surgeon Thomas
Marlyn Slbbald of Admiral Seymour's
flagship which occurred nl Taku,
China, mi tho 13th Instant, l)r, Tom
siiilinlil, as In- was familiarly called,
wus stuti.in,ii :,i Victoria several
years ago ami was deservedly popular.
liis genlnlty   .-nni   charming  nmi r
won him universal friendship, Mr
was a brother of Mrs. Wetl win,  was
A party of Rossland sporting men
consisting of A. li. Cranston, V. Vi.
Pretty, William Patterson, (1. C. McKay. I). Kindly, arrived In the city
this morning, In company with W.
I!. McLean they will leave for Midge
Creek where they will spend several
days in fishing and shooting. The
gentlemen style themselves the "Six
foot Aggregation," us eaoh of tlieni
measures over six feet.
Nelson has a new musical organization, known as the Nelson Orchestra
Society, The lirst meeting looking
towards the formation of such a Society
was held on Tuesday last. Those
wishing to join may do so by making
application to Mr. T. H. Arelihold or
Urn- K. Striner. The object of the
society is to perform orchestral music
of thr classical style, such
symphonies and overtures by classical
composers,
K. Macdonald, a laborer who passed
a worthless check at the Kossland Hotel, was again brought before Magistrate Crease at the police court this
morning, was found guilty and sentenced to six months at the provincial lall. The case was a complicated
affair and occupied considerable time,
Those who were on thc witness stand
wire: Mr, and Mrs. J. V. O'Laugh-
1 iii of the Russian.I Hotel, B, Heath-
rote, teller of the Hank of liritish
Columbia uml John Johnstone of the
Kloiiilyke hotel.
T. ii. Procter made it known this
morning that owing to other business
he had resigned his position as manager of the Kootenay Valley Company,
Ltd., a position which he has held for
the past four years. The resignation
will take effect Tut-day, July 81, ('.
M. Kilwurds, lute mining recorder ut
Fori Stride, bus accepted tlie position
as manager of the company. Hereafter I
the brad oilier will be at Port Steele,
instead of Nelson. The company owns
.Ml.nun acres of good farming land iu
East Kootenay, running from Canal
Plats to the boundary line, on either
side of thr Kootenay Rl.er, The company is u half owner with tlie Canadian Pacific of tlir town of Klko, whioh
has good water power facilities with
g 1 prospects of becoming a manufacturing renter.
Chief W. II. liulloek-We-Htcr has
gone to Victoria on ollicial business,
tlir nut ure of  which   can   lie   gleaned
from the following extract from The
Victoria Colonist, of the 84th inst. :
"On Saturday the Attorney-General's
Department was notified that a largo
number of the striking fishermen on
the Fraser had accepted the terms of
tho cannon' association, and wonld
go fishing either yesterday or this
morning, if they were guaranteed
protection from the men who are still
holding out for 88 cents a fish, The
Department Immediately took steps to
provide this protection, the lirst move
made being to send for Chief Constable Pollock-Webster, of Nelson, to
COtne down to   take   charge,   Supciiu-
I lent llussev bring slill loo   ill   to
undertake the work.   Mr.  Webster had
charge of the Provincial Police on the
Lower Mainland fora number of years
nnd went north to organize the force at
thc time of ihe Klondike rush, n, is
plendld organizer and is thorough.
will
Prof. It. Parks, mining engineer,
who a year ago was employed by Dr.
W. A. Hendryx on the Last Chance
Mine, and who then left, accompanied by his wife, on an extended
trip to South America and Europe,
returned to Nelson lust evening.
Professor Parks went to Soutli America in the interests of a German Syndicate toj investigate placer mining
properties iu Britisli Guiana on u
tributary of Kssei|uibo River, lie was
then culled to attend a mining conference whieh was held at Berlin. From
there Prof. Parks went to London to
consult with un English syndicate.
During his trip lie and wife visited
the Paris Exposition, He will resume
his duties at once in connection with
the Last Chance mine.
Down near the end of the street car
line there is a short stretch of sandy
beach, just this side of Lake Park.
which lias been used since tlie early
pioneer came to Nelson up to the present time for bathing purposes. Lust
Tuesduy afternoon two Nelson Indies
visited this spot. Shortly after they
arrived a Nelson man put in an ap-
peurunce. He A'tts there to take a
swim and he knew there were u dozen
coming after bim. As politely us possible he informed them that it was
customary for a portion of the mule
population of Nelson to visit thut
spot every pleasant afternoon. But
the ladies declined to withdraw and
the gentleman, therefore, left. On
his way to the cur lie met a party of
about 1-', nil bound for a bath, Hr
told them of the presence of the two
ladies and it was agreed that everyone in tlie party Bhould proceed to tlie
beach and go in swimming as usual.
They did not intend to turn back: |
twelve big husky men put to llight by
two women. They undressed in
among thc trees, donned their bathing
suits nnd enjoyed themselves in the
water. Thc ladies left und when tlie
men were through they, too. rode
back to thc city. Yesterday Ihe husband of one of the Indies nirl the man
who had lirst appeared nt thr beach
uml with very little ceremony slapped
his fncr.   That is us funis thr trouble
bus gone up to dute uud the end is not
yet in sight.
EXAMINATION RESULTS.
Tlie results of the examination recently held in Nelson for teacher's
certificates have heed made public
from Victoria and nre ns follows:
First A Certificates.���A. Sutherland,
John liuss nnd Thomas Buckton,
Second A.���Agnes Miller, Elizabeth
Thorn, Annie McLennan, Annie McLeod, James Loverlng, Pearl Grant,
Walter Campbell, Roderick Ross,
Kate Soanlan  nnd Bessie Prnser.
Second 11. ��� Herbert llimltby.
Third A.���June McRae, Minnie
English nud Annie Ruth.
Third B.��� Frederick Barton nnd
Mny Lawrence.
.1.(10 Shiil Wnisls I'or 810 at Kerr &
lv competent to cope with   any   trou
at that time a well know,, resident ,.f  |,k. ��������� m|Kht arise on   the Fraser,
Victoria, hut who   now   is   living
^iiwyln��, . utUm Went, DuUrlo,
"BLUE EI8B0H TEA IB DELUHQUI,"
Tomorrow (Fridayl uflernoo,, from 8
to r, o'clock thero will be n dunce  for
children only at the L_ke Park Pavilion. No admission, A tew small prizes
for tlie little ones.
COLD STEEL 01! DEATH.
"There is but one  small ilinncB to
save your life and that is through  nn
operation." was flic uwtul prospect set
before Mrs. I. B, Hunt of Lime Ridge,
Wis , bjr her doctor after vainly trylDg
to cure lier of a frightful case of stomach trouble und   yellow  jaundice.   He
didn't count on tne marvellous power
of Electric Hitters to cure Rtomach ami
Liver troubles, hut she heard of il,
took seven hollies, wus wholly cured,
avoided surgeon's knife, now" weighs
more and feels better than over, it's
positively guaranteed to ouro Htomaah,
Liver And Kidney troubles and never
disappoints, PriceWlc. ,, tho Cnnndii
Drug ,V Hook Hlore.
Tired
eyes
cause
sickness
Because tlie eyes tire easily,
some folks say they are not well.
In 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, JewelerB and Opticians,
NELSON   B.IO
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A Snap in Refrigerators
������������������������
We are clearing out thc 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. We have all the
sizes yet, from family to hotel.
Come early and have your
���������������������������
M'LACHLAN
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Limited
SOOOOOOC
pick.
BROS.
SUCCESSORS   TO
Vancouver  Hardware  Co.,
Baker Street, Nelson.
THE    WM.   HAMILTON   riANUFACTURING   CO.
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH. ONTARIO.
CANADA.
MISCELLANEOUS
to
COAL   MINERS
Steady employment will be tfiven
good
coal   miners  at   the
Canmore mines, Alberta.
THE H. W. M'NEILL CO. (Ltd.)
W. F. Little, Manager.
A. R. BARROW, a. m. i o.e
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Ooruar Viotoria nnd Kootenay StH.
P. 0. Box 669. Telephone No. 05
Spring ohu'l(. n uml nil tbedelloBoim
nt the season served to vou   when yon
visit Plorenoe Part Hotel nt Robert!'
Rinota, two and a ball mlloi nn the
river,    W. M. Huberts, propiiotor.
���8��f our Shirti WtJlli ,i| 86oi worth
. 1. W,   Kerr & Co.
::
CAVEAT8, TRADE MARKS,
COPYRICHTS AND DESICNS.
Bond your hmlnrii direct tn Wiuliliigtnn,
���liven lllll,', inatl Iran, In Hit n.rvli ,..      I
Mr offln cloic to U. 8. PtUul OIBcb.   FREE prallmlo.!
i  ��ry ri.inltutl'iii. n_il���,   Atty'l fl* not du. until p.Unt
i   lii.iurf.il.   PEKHOHAI. ATTENTION HIVE-    10 TEARS I
'  ACTUAL EXPERIENCE. Book "How lo obUtn FaUn- "
I'.t.nl. l.n,. u,..l throo*- E. 0. Hlfffari
.1   fiotlca,   without chir...  In   th*
INVENTIVE   ACE
liliiitrnt.il monthlr-Elmmh tw-t��_i tl. > y��i.
L. U. UIUULII-,WASHINGTON, o. c!
Ailn'iiiii'ini'iii-. Inserted under thin Itoiul at
tho rate of ono cont a word i>or timortlon. No
ml viti iBoment Iuki'ii for Iosh than 25 cents.
FURNISHED HOUSE to rent. Apply
to Mrs. Johns, Royal Hotel.
FIRST  t'l.Ass room  and   board  In
private family, 85.5(1. Carbonate St.,
:; iloors eaat of Josephine,     Table
board, 84.
Mils. H. KKil.i.Y, formerly of Van-
OOUVer, has taken over the house
Formerly  conducted  uh a  boarding
Iiouho on Wan! Street, three iloora
south of Pout Ollice, bdiI will rent lirst
class furnished looms nt moderate
prices.
TO   IVKT.- Houso  to   let   across   the
Iske, stove, etc.   Apply O. Nuwling,
Baker street.
CHARLES ST. BARBE,
Stock ni Sim Broker.
GENRRAL AGENT.
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle.
UNION  MADE.
.CO
NELSON, B. 0.
E. J.SCOVIL
Sll-l-ii naOkKK,       MOTABV PI lllll .
Windermere Mines.  Correep ��� onooSol'.clted
W-NPKKMKKK, d. 0t
PYLE'S   PEARLINE
Large Size
15  CENTS
For Sale By
Western Mercantile Co. Ltd
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at the following news stores at five cents per
copy:
lillllill'l Hllllllny
ThoniHon Stationery Co
tilllii'i-l -limliiy
017 t
-nniuln 1 ii-iik &l)ook Co,
Nelnon
NolMin
Nelson
lltit.il Hume News Stand     Nelson
llokil I'hair News Stand       Nelson
Ymir
Now Donver
I1. Campbell
C. Y. Nelaon
J. V. De-uiuy
H. A. ItnwlHlmw
Slocan KewH to.
Thomson tiro*.
I.iunniil. A Timlin
11. A. Kii�� fc 00,
Itoseberry
Slooan City
Sandon
Vancouver
Kaslo
Qreenwood
E- P- WHALLEY, J. P.
NOTAKY   PUBLIC
Office With 0.  W. West St  Co.,  Cor.
Hall and Baker Streets.
City office of the Nelson Boda Water
Fwtwi.
and News   Agents   on boats and
trains out of Nelson
K. 0. GREEN        F. 8. OI.EMKNTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineer* and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
V. 0. Bo�� Uf auiwo, 8. 0,

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