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Array Daily Edition   No   768
Nelson, British Columbia, Tuesday, July
3.  1900.
���
OUR DOMINION DAY
The First Day of Nelson's Carnival Passes
Off Without a Hitch-Long Programme Carried Out.
Tenth Year
Interesting Trades Procession-Baseball and
Children's  Sports-Races on the
Lake���Winnipeg Wins.
There was any amount of weather
on the lake yesterday. To start with
there was windy, sunny weather,
which developed Into windy, cloudy
weather und then windy, rainy
weather, By und by it became calm
rainy weather, then calm, cloudy
weather and finally, culm, sunny
weather, That is an assortment that
should satisfy everybody but the last
mentioned variety seemed to meet
with most approval. It wns under
those particular atmospheric conditions that the chief event on the
aquatic sports programme took place
���the four-oared race between Winnipeg and Vuncouver crews.
It was an event of great Importance
to Nelson us great interest was taken
iu it all over Canada nnd consequently the fuet that Nelson possesses a
first class rowing course has received
widespread   advertising,   Thero are
still any amount of people in Canada
who aio quite unaware that there is a
lake of any sort within a hundred
Utiles of Nelson and when word goes
...it that, a successful water oarnival
litis been held   and   that   two  of   the
fastest   four-oared crews   in Canada
contested on Nelson's waters some people will begin to nsk what kind of a
towu Nelson is anyway.
a few hundred yurds both   teams  settled   down to ft 30  stroke   which was
maintained over the course.     Hut the
effect of it was different for the Man-
ltobons   pulled   steadily   ahead,    although the Vancouver   men   pluckily
worked for every ounce   that   was in
them.     At   the   finish    four   lengths
Separated   the crews   but the winners
were   rowing  easily   and    the losers
were rowed out.
The time was 8 minutes, 2.1 seconds,
I which is by long odds the fastest ever
mode   in   the   Province   und   only   8
seconds behind the  amateur record of
America.   8. IS,   made by a Winnipeg
crew at Sura toga in   1806, when   that
crew won the championship of America.    Hud the winners exerted  themselves n little  more   the   time  would
huve been much better.    Their  stroke
wns   very   dean   nnd   neat   and   the
form   they    showed   was    excellent.
The course was surveyed and the time
take accurately.
The local fours awakened great Inter, s.. The first heat of the dny was
between the Hi tie Company crew,
stroked by (leo. S, Beer, and the Hudson's Hay Company's crew, stroked by
N. T. McLeod. Owing to the breaking of a seat in the military boat
there wns practically no   race and the
It was a very pretty sight on the , mercantile men won without a slrug-
lnke as punctually���murk the word��� gle. Then the Winter and Ford crews
at six o'clock the Vuncouver crew left went nt it nnd n pretty race ensued,
the boat club house nnd at a swinging J Winter_being the victor. The finals
stroke passed through the scores of J between the Hudson's Bay Co,and Win-
boats and set off for the starting i ter would huve been a much better race
point, one mile and a half up the lake, j had a stretcher in   the  former's  boat
They were very closely followed by
the Winnipegers, und both received
very cordial greetings. Steam and
nnptliu launches glided here und there
amongst Innumerable row  bouts, the
not broken. As it wns Winter's crew
did not huve a snap in winning out,
which lie did by about four lengths.
Winter's crew was composed of Winter, stroke;   Ilickling,   Sj   Bevan,   2;
sun. who hud been very modest in his Curtis, bow. In nil their heuts they
attentions all day, was preparing to rowed a strong clean stroke that show-
sink behind the hills and he left a ed the result of much careful practice
slightly ruffled surface on the lake fori Their blade work wns excellent nnd
the greatest rowing contest thnt ever the men were in fine form and tin-
took place in the Interior of the Pro- ished strong in all the bents. Prom
vince, and which was rowed in time the first their work made thoni favor-
that was never equalled in the Pro- ites and each time they crossed the
vince. Mr. Procter's house boat was line they were greeted with hearty
nt the finishing line and around it applause. A proof of the excellent
clustered all the small bouts, while condition thnt the men were in is seen
the launches nnd steamers went up In the foot that between the bents of
the lake to watch the start. There their particular races they competed
wiih the greatest interest manifested | in canoe and skiff races that were
in the result, but, while they were bv | pulled off between the heats of the
means absolute  fnv,,,-ii.,0  n    * * oared race
by the following crews. No. 1: Astley
und Ford. Mrs. Astley, coxswain.
No. 3: Winter and Bevan, Mrs. A. II.
Bucliunnn, coxswain. No. il; Curtis
and McRae; Miss Tanilyn. coxswain.
No. 4; Haines and Wetmore; Mrs.
.Springer, coxswain. There were
Several other crews entered whose
names could not be ascertained as
there wns no entry list. A sporting
finish ensued between the Astley-
Ford bout und the Winter-Bevancrew
who finished in the order named.
This race wus rowed over the same
course as the Ladies Singles and Mr.
Selous officiated as starter.
The Swimming ltaee eauie oft about
4:30 and brought out quite afield.
the following gentlemen taking the
water; Messrs. Williamson, Ewart,
West, Pollock, Isherwood und Beddey.
Seventy-five yurds wns the distance,
from Hale's boat-house to the city
wharf. The race whs most closely
contested and Isherwood was declared
winner by Referee Scions on a touch
and go finish.
Then came the Tandem Canoes,
which was a hot fight all the way
duwn the short course, Winter aud
Haines winning out from Bevan and
Curtis.
Following the Winnipeg-Vancouver
race the Triple Canoes brought out
two boats, the first manned by Winter,
Bevan nnd MoRae and the second by
Curtis, Hayes and Hamber, the last
two of the Winnipeg crew. The
first named crew ended the acquatie
sports by winning handily. Mr.
ScIoub acted as starter in both the
canoe, races.
The barrel race whieli was on file
official programme wus postponed
until todny ns it wns growing dark
and the people were leaving for home
when the last canoe race wns paddled.
The sailing race wns pulled off in
the morning and resulted in n tie between the Myth and the llossoon of
Kaslo. The race was sailed over a
specially surveyed triangular course
and was mainly between the Myth
nnd the llossoon. The Myth wassailed
by .lack McLean and the Knslo bout
by MeDougnl. The Myth gave the
tiossoon a time allowance of .'t minutes
and 80 seconds, liy a peculiar coincidence the Myth crossed the line just 8
minutes and 30 seconds ahead of the
Gossoon. Thus, when the tiossoon
bud been conceded her time ullownnee.
it made the two bouts even to the second and the race was declared it tie.
.lust when it will be sailed off is not
known, as it was understood yesterday that the liossoou would uot be
able to suil todny.
majority of them going wild. Very
few fouls were made und the best of
good nature prevailed uiribng both
teams.
Before the Kaslo team left for home
last evening it was decided that the
Nelson boys should this evening play
the Silverton team which came to
Nelson yesterday, and the winning
team would go to Kalso iii the near
future and play that team.
BASEBALL.
Rossland captured the tlrst game   of
the Dominion Dny series yestcrdny by
a score of 7   to   3.    Poor   field   work
caused the downfall of Nelson and the
splendid work of Pitcher Waters could
not save the day.    Costly errors  made
at critical points in the   gome  served
to throw the game to Rossland.    That
some   of   the   Nelson   men   did   good
work is shown by the fact that  Partridge   distinguished    himself   at   the
but, having suecesfully landed   on tbe
ball three times for   good   safe   hits.
Rosalind's outfield   prevented   Nelson
from having more basehits to her credit  for Houston and   Waters   sent out
several long flies that looked   safe but
were annexed   by   the Kossland   sky-
gazers.   Rockenfleld, for  some   inexplicable reason, had an  off  day,   and
that fact did not not increase Nelson's
chances of winning.    Taken all   in all
the game wns a disappointing one and
the local team will have  to get  some
ginger up for today's game if they expect to will out.
The score by innings   showing   hits
and runs is appended;
mnny cheers as the different branches
of trades represented passed by. Between 800 and 400 people took purl in
the procession, milking it of considerable length. Notwithstanding the
fact that there were several of the retail dealers who were not represented
by (louts, the success of those who
were represented was in no way detracted from.
The procession was formed near the
Postotliee, on Ward and Victoria
streets. It proceeded along Victoria
to Kootenay street, down Kootenay to
linker, thence along Baker to Josephine, down Josephine to Vernon,
along Vernon to Ward, up Ward to
Baker, along linker to Josephine, up
Josephine to Victoria, along Victoria
to Ward, down Ward to linker, west
on Baker to Kootenay Street and then
dispersed.
F. VV. Peters and J. S. McLeod. who
acted as Marshals, nre to be Commended for the able manner In which they
presided.
The judges. David J, Dynes.of Winnipeg, L. Dodbolt, of Montreal, and
II. H. Thompson, of Cariboo, stood at
the corner of Baker and Josephine
Streets, from which point they reviewed the procession in order to
award the   prizes.    They   ure   to  be
CHINA
American Admiral Confirms
the Worst  Reports
Issued.
No Doubt as to the Killing
of the German Ambassador.
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bsolute favorites  it wsjkfour
isldered that the  Pralrief   Th
generally eons
boys   would   win.     Almost   everyone
wore the colors of one or the other of
the contestants, and ���miiy a merry
wager, und some monetarv ones, wero
m��de on the result. The shores were
crowded with people anxious to see
the contest and every available
Point    of     vantage     was   occupied.
At 6:15 there were several puffs of
Steam from the whistles of the steam-
��sut the starting line, aml a ,.���,
".v of "they're off was raised. It'
was too far away to see anything, but
was not long before the two boats,
">�� long steady strokes being first dis-
Mrnablfi, came into view, and then
the excitement rose. "Winnipeg
"KWSI Spreud over the boats, to be
Shortly followed by "Winnipeg*l_sl''
��r the boys from the Prairie pulled
��Tthe   line  easy  winners   by four
"Klin. The whistles tooted and
-Mo Cheered  and  everyone   seemed
W The victors were presented
"li bouquets of roses tied with the
����o colors and were loudly cheered
"hen they reached the club house.   As
'.V stepped from the bont Stroke
����ej called for three  cheers  for   the
Vancouver orew and they were give,,
WHh a will. _����U|
As to the race Itself���at the signal
to go, both crew, struck: out at.
�� SteolM and irom th() fl].st thc w.n_
rTMfirers Jumped to the lead.    AfU;r
above race wns of course the
most interesting und exciting event
that occurred nmong the local oarsmen but there were other races on
the programme that aroused u great
deal of enthusiasm among the spectators.
For the Single Outriggers there were
only two entries. Messrs. Joy and
Roach. This race was started after
the first heat of the local fours and
resulted ill a hollow victory for Mr.
Joy who came in a long wny ahead of
his opponent.
The Ladies' Singles brought out
quite n number of prospective owners
of the prize. The race wns rowed
in skiffs and the following Indies entered : Mrs. B, P. Whalley, MlssGurd,
Miss Sibbnld, Miss Flora Macdonald
and Mrs. J, W. Astley. Mr. Harold
Selous acted as starter and sent them
off from the end of the C. P. R. wharf.
No oarsman ever struggled more gamely for the plaudits of the multitude
than these ladies. They were somewhat handicapped by tile proximity
of so many other boats, but a pretty
finish was made with Miss third in
the leud. Mrs. E. P. Whalley, enp-
tured second place and Miss Sibbnld
was there.
The Double Sculls by boats manned
by two men and with a lady coxswain,
furnished a great deal of excitement
for It was hotly contested throughout
FOOT HALL OAME.
Probably     tho     most     interesting
feature of   the   evening's   celebration
yestcrdny   wus the    Association   foot
game  between   the   tennis  of Nelson
nnd Knslo.    It   resulted   in   uo   goals
being scored  by either  side  and was
one of the fastest  games  games  that
has been played in Nelson for   several
years.    The gnme wus culled   nt  7:1.1,
nnd  the tenuis   lined  up  us  follows:
Knslo: goal, James Anderson; bucks,
M.   Bloom-eld.    W.   E.    Twins;  half
bucks, R. N. Knox, G. D. Reid,   Norman Mcintosh; forwards: right wings,
A.   S.     Minnion,     Harry   Whellams;
litre,  S.   A.   Hunter,   captain,   left
wing, E. Dill, D. J. Young; goal umpire, S. Fawoetti line mnn, 0. Miller.
Nelson: goal, Munroe;  bucks,   C. W.
Dill,     captain,    A.   J.   Fisher;   half
bucks, H. Archibald, L, A. Hodge. W,
.1.     Montgomery;    forwards:     right
wings,   F.    W,    Lung,     W.    Mnrtin;
center,   T.   Duncnn,   left wings,   Mc-
Niehoi and Crough | goal umpire. Dr.
Hull;   line    mnn,   Alexander   Carry.
Referee, Jack Roe.
During tlie entire   gnme   the  Knslo
eleven put up the most scientific gnme
but they were kept well down   by the
home teum, who had   a  great  advantage in weight. The combination play
of the.Kaslo boys fnr exceeded thnt of
the Nelson teum.    It   wns  essentially
a prominent feature   of the   play   of
the forwards of the former team.  Notwithstanding the fact thut the Nelson
boys badly  lacked  combination  piny,
they certninly played   a much   better
Individual gnme thnn their opponents,
bnt that kind of playing  does  not gc
far in the wny of winning a game.
Tlie backs of the Kaslo team,
Anderson and TwlSS, und those of the
Nelson teum, Dill nnd Fisher, played
excellent gnme, and each set
saved several good balls from scoring.
Monroe showed up well as a goal
keeper and greatly aided in saving
Nelson from defeat. Archibald played
the coolest und cleverest gnme of any
man on the field. Knox and Hunter
played a good gnme for thc Knslo
boys,
Very few goal shots were made, tlie (
CHILDREN'S SPORTS.
The children's sports, which began
at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon at
the corner of Stanley and Silica
Streets, were a pleasing feature of the
day's celebration. There wero many
that contested and each event was entered into with much enthusiasm on
tlie part of the little ones. J. A. Me-
Clean and J.D. Oaskell acted as starters while the judges were J, II. Tur-
ley and ('. E. Brockwuy. The prizes
were awarded OS follows:
Hoys' Race���.10 yurds for boys under
12. Firs'!, Edward Wallacei second,
W. J. Riley.
(Kris' Huce���80 yards for girls under 12. First, Annie Christensoii;
second, Jiiuie McLaughlin.
Hoys' Race���Hid yards for boys under Hi. First. Bert Wallace j second.
Charley Everton,
Hieyele Knee���100 yards for girls under 1.1. First, Lulu Ellis; second.
May MoCandlish.
Girls'Race���50 yards for girls under 10. First, Myrtle McLean; second, Junie Mcl.uughlin.
Hoys' Suck ltaee���5(1 yards, under Hi.
First, Joseph Cumin; second, Bert
Wallace.
Oirls' Race���50 yards for girls under lo. First, li. Cummings; second,
Minnie Laughliu.
Hoys' Running High Jump���For
boys under 10, First, Joseph Curriln;
second, Bert Wallace.
Qlrll'Race���50 yards for girls under 12.    First,   Evelyn   llurd: second,
Minnie MoCandlish,
Girls' Hoot ltaee���50 yards for girls
under 15. First, May Cummings ; second. Janic McLaughlin.
Girls' ltucc���50yards for girls under
8, First, Maude Lunllyn; second,
Minnie Ellis.
The special bun-eating prize wus
won by Willie Riley nnd Myrtle Mo-
Lean,
TRADES PUOCESSION. "
Magnificent (louts, streaming  banners, three bunds,  hundreds of   union
men, various societies,   wholesale nnd
retail merobants and many other departments comprised the Trades Procession, which opened Nelson's two
days' Celebration at 11:80 a.m. yesterday.
From the beginning until the finish
everything went off without a hitch.
As the procession passed along the
various streets It wns viewed by ninny
hundreds   of   spectators,    who    gavo
 ,,        ... v        l/V,      UI
congratulated on their good judgment
and the manner in which they presided to the satisfaction of all.
They awarded the prizes as follows:
Industrial Flouts���First. I). McAr-
ther Ss Co.; second, Fred Irvine Ss
Co.
Unions���First, Nelson Miners' Union No, till: second, Pointers nud Pn-
per Hungers.
Grotesque^Tumout���McDonald's ice
cream float,
Prettiest Bicycle Decorations���First,
Greta McDonald, whose wheel was
decorated with maple leaves; second.
Master Horrold Cameron, who carried
a beautiful arch of roses.
The procession wns led by Mayor
Houston and Alderman Blake Wilson,
They were followed by 10 members of
the Eire Deportment with the hook and
ladder apparatus, which was decorated with iuany_tlairs. Neyl wus Hie
float of D. McArthur St Co. Every
deportment of his stock wus represented In the Boot, It was the prettiest Boat ill the line and well deserved the prize. Closely following this
wns n banner carried by two boys,
nnd on it was printed "Nelson is the
distributing centre of the Kootenays. "
The Salvation Army bund, of 12 pieces
wns next while it was closely followed
by 88 members of the Typographical
Union displaying their banners and
colors.
Ten men were present to represent
the Journeyman Tailors of Nelson,
and they were followed by over 125
members ofthe Nelson Miner's Union'
No. 96. The Stolle Cutters and
Brioklayers who came next were in
their working uniforms. The Carpenters' Union, which was 30 strong.
was followed by the Painters und Puper Hangers, The Nelson Bund, of
Hi pieces, playing patriotic selections,
was followed by 88 coininercinl salesmen of Nelson, who represented every
branch of trade, and all Ihe wholesale
houses of Nelson. From this point to
the end, at different intervals
f the procession, were numerous banners representing every wholesale establishment of Nelson. These were
curried by the boys of Nelson.
Following come the floal ofthe J. A.
sivywind Cumber Company, which was
followed by the Nelson  Brewing Co.'S
wagon     aud   Thorpe   Ss   Co. 's   float,
which was a pyramid of   bottles.   On
one of the   banners   representing   the
wholesale    department    of   Nelson   it
was stated that the volume of Nelson's
wholesale trade for 1890 WOS84,000,000,
The   Laborers'   Pro toot IVC   Union of
Nelson, whieli  was nearly too strong,
presented a great force of men Carrying
the different Implements with   which
they work.   Probably the most unique
part of   the procession were the bicycles  with   their elaborate    patriotic
decorations.    The    handsomely   decorated      float    of  Fred   Irvine   St Co.
was next.    The float had been artistically arranged and appeared  to great
advantage.    Then   came   Mnedonald's
float  exploiting   the ice eienm   business.    The lirackmun   Ss   Kcr Milling
Co.'s float was  Illustrative of their
establishment,   being built np with
sacks of flour, grain, eta
The   Municipal   Hand   consisting of
20 pieces was the Inst organisation
In the procession and greatly distinguished itself by rendering special
enthusiastic and patriotic, selections,
Taking the display as a whole it far
eclipsed any trades procession that
wus ever given in the progressive Oltj
of Nelson.
Instead of Diminishing the
Situation  Is More
Serious.
(11V issoi i \ ri:n ni i:ss.i
Washington, July 2.���Bad news
comes today from Admiral Kempff
confirming the worst stories which
have come from China, relative to the
condition at Pekin, und a feeling of
disquiet was noticed nmong officials.
_'J'he German Embassy showed anxiety for Information respecting the
sad end of Boron Von Ketteler und In
tlie course of the ufternoon Secretary
Herman, of the Embassy, puid a special visit to the State Department to
inquire.
2 M. Thiebault, the Charge of French
Embassy, nlso culled in quest of Information. The visits revived rumors
thut an effort is afoot to reach an
International agreement respecting
the conduct ofthe forces of the Powers
iu China.
It was said at the State Department
thut the only news was that there
seemed to be an unanimous agreement
on the part of the Powers to welcome,
witli the utmost cordial ty, Japan 'sorder
to furnish reinforcements for the
forces now in operation along the Pei
Ho River in the effort to reach Pekin.
Japan alone ef all Powers is prepared
to throw Into China whatever numbers of troops muy be needed.
Washington, July 3.���The Nnvy
Department has received a cable, as
follows, from Admiral Kempff, without date: "From Che Foo, to Secretary of the Navy, Washington.���A
runner from Pekin reports tlie Legations are besieged, provisions exhausted and the situation desperate.
The German Minister going to Tsung
Li Yameii. was murdered  by   Chinese
soldiers,  and  the American, Italian
and Dutch Legations burned. Twenty
thousand Chinese soldiers are inside,
thirty thousand outside of Pekin.
Three thousand lire reported nronud
Tien Tsin still lighting. (Signed)
Kempff."
Berlin, July 2.���Vice Admirnl Hen-
demonn, at Taku. in announcing tho
report of the death of Huron Von Ketteler, snys the bearer of the letter containing the report of his death also reported that the Legation interpreters
have been wounded and the foreign
quarters of l'ekin burned.
Emperor William addressed the expeditionary force to China at Wll-
helmsliavcii this nfternoon und inspected  tlie transport!.   His Majesty
ordered the first   division   of   thc first
naval squadron should prepare to sail
for I'll inn as soon as possible.
Winnipeg,     Man.,      July    2.���The
Dominion  Day  holiday opened very
inauspiciiiusly      for     the     Winnipeg
pleasure-seekers,    owing   to    heavy
rains during the night, but the clouds
cleared away about lo o'clock in the
in the morning and the afternoon
was bright and warm. The various
excursions to Hut Portage, Selkirk,
Ncchc and Neepawa were largely
patronised, The principal attraction
for the stay-ut-hollies was the championship lacrosse mutch between the
WlUnipegsand Victorias. It ended ill
a draw with a score of 3 to 3.
Lillooet, It. C., July 2.��� (1 p. m.���
The river has risen very fust since
morning   nnd   is   now nt   the highest
point this year,    The weather Is very
warm ibis afternoon.
Continued on Fourth I'uko,
Ynle. H. C, July 2.���0 p. m.���The
river has risen a foot In thc lost ten
hours, Wmmmm
KELSON DAIUV MINER, TUESDAY,  JUf-V 3, 190a
rsase^
Nelson Daily Miner
D. J. BEATON, Editor nnd Manager
PERSONAL   ONLY.
de
and enlightenment. The Doukhabnrs
and Galicians are centuries behind
them, and it is eminently proper that
they should be compelled to serve as
probationers before intrusting them
with the power to sny how
Province is to be governed.
liritish
TO  THE PUBLIC.
This morning The Miner
a few words With its readers of a
personal character. It is changing
from a morning to an afternoon paper.
For over a year il hns been occupying
the morning field with its neighbor
The Tribune. It has been a marvel
to visitors with u knowledge of the
business how two morning papers
could subsist in n field so contracted,
and we   do   not   know   that  any one
bus marvelled moro than tho publishers themselves. Wc have beeu publishing nonpareil newspapers In 8
long primer town. That could not go
on, and it seemed foolish to wait
until the town grew into the nonpareil class, to give countenance to
the newspapers. It was thought
better to divide the Held into morning
and evening, and The Miner bus
voluntarily and with the completes!
satisfaction chosen the evening as the
one it Bhall occupy In the future.
Mr. Houston is content to remain In
his old field, and no one wishes him
more abundant success in his enterprise and more pleasant relations
with his patrons than The Miner.
In the Kootenays newspapers are not
published for fun. They arc purely
business enterprises, the same as a
shoe shop, a gold mine, or a saw mill.
They are more satisfactory all round,
when they pay���more satisfactory to
the owners, to their patrons, and to
the town In which they are published.
No town can hnve 0 better advertisement than a nourishing newspaper.
Nelson has been well supplied during
the past year and a half, but it bus
been at a heavy coat to those nt the
back of the enterprises. It is not to
be expected that these .sacrifices arc to
go on indefinitely; it is no doubt a
gratification to Nelson to point to the
fact that it has had two newspapers
which have been supplying it with
the world's news every morning in
proportions generous enough to rank
tbe service with thnt in olties several
times Its size, but the expense of it
has not been as generously distributed,
It is bsllevdd that the two newspapers
csn even increase the efficiency of the
service, nnd ut the same lime do something to relieve thc strain that has
been confined to the few. We can give
the town a better service, and with
more justice to ourselves. It is iu this
hope and belief that the change is being made.
Speaking for itself, The Miner can
say thnt It has received a warm and
generous support from the first day
of its publication. It lias no doubt
that such support will be continued
to it, because it will strive as earnest
ly as ever to deserve it and believes
that it will be in a better position t,
earn it. The division will be an uilvun
tage to  the  advertising  patrons  of
both newspapers, while the reader
will have the opportunity to get both
morning and afternoon despatches
fresh from the press. By dropping
Into the afternoon field. The Miller
will disappoint some old ami fast
friends up in the Slocan,whom it will
be unable to reach as promptly as
before,buCwhat it will lose here it will
more than make up In other directions
bv the greater freshness of its news.
It Is with anything but equanimity
It contemplates the disturbance "f old
Mid pleasant relations with even one
Subscriber, bul as ths change is expected to he for the heller, not only
In respect to itself bul in the general
interest of the section of country
of which Nelson is the Centre, it will
end in lieing gratifying to all,
Ce.eWaie
We arc uow booking orders for
Chinese Lanterns
Colored Fires
Flags, Etc.
And if you wish to   avoid disappointment give us your order
NOW
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
exciu-   ��
resent,   X
J       In ovder to better advance the commercial interests  of   Nelson, and
l at the same time  give the reading public a better news service, tlie
L owners of The Tribune and The Miner have arranged that the  former
[ shall take the  morning  field  and  the latter the evening field, exolu
L sively.   The Tribune will be published  every morning OS at pr
I that is, every morning except   Sunday; and Tbe Miner every  evening
I except Sunday.    This will enable Nelson to supply all the country trl-
\ butnry with the latest news.   The Miner   will reach points on Koote-
X nay Luke within   four bonis  after   it is published; Boundary points
I within six hours, nmi points on  the  Crow's  Nest road and on the Co-
X luiubiu River within ton hours.    The Tribune will reach all points in   ,
t    the Slocan, Nelson and Boundary districts upon the same day as pub-
I     lishcd.
I        This orrangemont will go into effect on Wednesday. July 4.
I THE TRIBUNE ASS'N,  LTD.,
t By John Houston, Manager.
| MINER   1'RINTlNl! AND PUB. CO.,
t By D. .1. Beaton, Manager.
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One would expect something lull, r
from The Winnipeg Free Press than |<>
quote   with     approval   a    paragraph
putting the Doukhobbrs ami Clallolani
of Manitoba on the   same   level   wilh
the u'Uanders of the Transvaal, Bul
onr politioal differences carry us to extreme lengths in Canada, Iii denying
tlie franchise to Ihe UI Hamlets the
Boers were keeping under an" Ignominious subjection a race   Of people uli,,
have <k    more for the   advancement
of civilization than any other. Thej
are the men who have mode the world
Whst It Is todny���the pioneers in
irerytlilng thai goes towards progress
ecoraie
Clara Mathes'
Big Comedy
Company
In a repertoire of New York
Successes and High Class
Vaudeville, wilh special scenery and accessories.
TONIGHT
The  Beautiful  Drama
INGOMAR
And all new Specialties.
Change   of play and specialties nightly,
Popular Prices.
Reserved   Seats  at   usua
place.
HAMMOCKS
PRICES SI.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware Co.
Nelson,   B. C.
GreatWest HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
Inmil Pro
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
Gamble &  O'Reilly,
KEAL  ESTAT1J   nnd   INSURANCE   AQBNT8
Bakor Street.
FOR   SALE
Two lots and  house., S rooms, hath
room and kitchen, all modern iniprivo-
ments, (rood   view,   handy   to   town,
Sli.OUO; terms.
FOR   RENT
New  cottage, Mill  Street, $2T>  per
month.
New cottage, Stanley Street, ?:��> per
month.   All modern conveniences.
Two new cottages, (lore Street, $lo
each.   Apply
Gamble & OReilly, Agents
SNCOR POR^CB 0670*
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 NEW ones.
Give us a call.
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KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
Telephone 10. P 0 Box, K and W
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SPECIALS
For Warm Weather.
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Screen Doors,   $2.00 each
Window Screens, 35c each
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DRINK
THE  BEST
BEER
Anheuser=
Busch
Sl. Louis
Lager
To lie hail wholesale at Nelson,
MLACHLAN   BROS.
SUCCESSORS   TO
Vancouver Hardware Co.,  Limited
Baker Street, Nelson.
We Have Sold 75 Per Cent of All the
Portland Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay
and Sewer
Used in tbe Kootonay
Just Received���Carload
Dominion'  Ale and  Porter
Dominion   White  LABEL  Ai.e
Pipe
(in pints and quart*)
This is the finest Ale brewed In Canada.
Dominion   Bulk  Ai.e
(in
Teacher's Scotch  Whisky
(pints and quarts)
(-���gallon iicfjs)
R. P. Rithet &
Co
Lid.
A. B. QRAY, Baker St., Nell
Kootenay Ageiit.
A  R. SHERWOOD
General Agent for Bout-era B. c.
for the
Blrbeck Investment,
Security & Savings
Co., of Toronto. , .
la still the hest
H. J. EVANS & CO.
& NELSON,
ii. c.
it.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
9y&-++4-4-**+*~__��S
Money t/isned on Straight Mortgage,
Ileal Kutate anil Insurance,
Branch Markets in Roasland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Handon, Three Porks, New Denver and Slooan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful an- prompt attention.
ALEX. STEWART,
Room 3,  Tiirnoi-Boeckli  Block,  Nelson.
Notary   Public,    Real     Bltate,    Insurance,
Mines, Loans.
$15 per month will reut an H-ioonied
house.
FOR   SALE   CHEAP.
f   850���House aud  lot, Stanley Street.
880���House and lot, Robson Street.
2,100���House and lot, Victoria Street,
Block 02.
1,800���House ami lot, Silica Street.
8,000���Two houses and lots, Silica St.
1 800���House and lot, Silica Street.
2,000���Furnished  house, and   lot  on
Silica Streot. Block 11. Rents
Kill per month,
225���$50 cash, rest on time, will purchase lot iu Block 78.
A licensed hotel, also cottage and lot, at
Five Mile Point.
4,01X1 ShareaTreasury Slock "l!i|z Horn"
Sinicoe Mining Ss Oev. (Jo.
Athabasca shares for sale.
Garpets
Wiltons
Axminsters
Brussels
Tapestries
Take    your    choice;     select
your   pattern;    show  us the *i
floor;     you   have   no   more
worry.
Prices and quality always
satisfactory. We sew and
lay all carpets free of charge,
FOR    SALE.
St.LeonM.ncralSpr.ngs
Property.
The property on Upper Arrow Lake
known as the St. Leon Mineral Springs
property consisting ot about 475 acres
of land with lintel buildings nud vain
able Mineral Springs, aud a large tiac.t
of standing timber, .may he purchased
on reasonable terms. Absolute title
and possession can be given at once.
Full particulars will bo mailed on application to
GEO.  S. McOARTER.
Vendor's Solicitor, Revelstoke.
DOMINION    DAY
���AT THE-
CLUB HOTEL.
Big Schooner
Beer or Hulf-unil-llalf only
10c
ALWAYS FRESH AND COOL.
The only good Beer In Nelson,
('or. Stanley .ind Silica 81 roots,
ED CURRAN, Prop
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.
Blind.
We carry a good assortment
of Opaques, and can fill
orders for any size blinds,
and will be glad to quote
prices for special sizes.
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES. .
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
GEO. GrURD
Room I, Turunr-Roeckh Blook.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING AfiENT
HOUSES FOR BALE.
14-rooro  housu,   nil   conveniences, 3
lots ilown town. A bargain.
Houses all parts of the city
Biker   Street    improved   'property
Income 18 per cent uot.
BUILI1INO LOTS FOR SALE.
78-feet hem residence oorner  in the
oity.   A anap.
^Agood list of building io��� to 9oIoot
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter,
DROP IN AND SEE US.
Nelson, Ii. 0.
MEN WANTED.
Wanted.-Sonn ������,!<���������,     d
hands  for work  on   Whits  Pass
Yukon Railway     Wa.oi ��\,        a
Hoard 81 m   ���      Wn,i?       ,lnr (ln)''
^"�����n,i,,;.;rcash.^r;s ;':������
oroiitlieWork rMt' v��"����vw
Baker Street.
If You Smoke
Smoke  thc
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle.
UNION  MADE.
NELSON, B. 0.
THE PAVILION
At 5-Mile Point
The hest Summer Hotel on Kootenay
1-iko. Always cool and shsdy, wit'1
beautiful walks and Hplondid scewirY'
One ol the heat spots for fishing on III"
lake. First-class tulile aud har. 1W
of attention.
K. F. PERKY. MsnaK"r
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will ho reoeivod by the ����'
rlersigned np to the lfith of July bmJ
for the sinking of a shsft on the Vim1}
H. mineral claim on iho North Fork"'
the Salmon River. Plans and ��P��.0''
dilations will be mailed on spplioatiou
to the undersigned.
0. (J. HOBSON, Seoretary
New North Fork Mining Oo., l/��<
P. O. Box 8B5,
Jnne 1st, 11)00.        Vanoouver, B, 0,
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pELSON   DAILV   MINgR. TUESDAY, JULY 3, ?qoo
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OARNIVAL NOTES
The Killestllil not turn out.vestunlay
us they were not able to make ai-
rangemonts.
Two Siwashefl, ilecorateil with nmcli
bunting f6rmed a prominent part of
MoDonald'S ice ereiun lloat.
McArthn-'B floats, representing an
nrtistieall.v furnished interior, hail
many oeonpantB, as the room was
crowded with visitors.
Clara Mathes' Company hnd a clever
ad in the line in the shape of a mule
wearing a pair of white trousers anil
mounted liy a small boy in grotesque
costume,
Mr.   K.   Vi.    l'efei'S,   who   acted   us
grand  marshal!  of  the parade, was
mounted mi a (risky sorrel and received much applause from his friends
among the spectators.
The Fire Brigade made a big hit
with Iheir book and ladder team.
The horses were In line condition and
seemed to appreciate the fact that
they were on parade.
The commercial travelers evidently
did not forget business yesterday.
They were booming the cigar trade at
all events, for they all had four-hit
smokes as a part of their outfit.
Brackman Ss Ker's lloat was unfortunate in losing many of the hugs
of Hour of which its pyramid design
was composed. The loss of the bags
was due to the heavy jolting that the
lloat received in crossing the car tracks
on Stanley Street,
The two hears, which live next to
the Hume Hotel were an Important
part of the procession and were in
charge of Scottie McC'andlish. Barring one or two fights with stray dogs
they behaved exceedingly well and
Were applauded all along the line.
Fred Irvine & Co.'s lloat was lavishly decorated and hnd several figure
models dressed in the latest "creations" placed around the floor. From
frequent jolts these "ladies" became
somewhat unsteady on their feet, and
a gentleman who rode upon the lloal
had a good time keeping them from
toppling over.
.Most unfortunately for the general
effect of   the   Trades   Procession   the
children's float was broken down just
as the procession started und they
were unable to appear in the line as
was originally intended. The children
were all in cost mile and most elt'eetively
dressed to represent the different nations of thc glohe. It was really most
unfortunate that the lloat was unable
to appear for it would have run the
winner of the prize a close race for
first place. Dr. I.n Ban, who was in
charge of the lloat, formed the children in line and secured a place for
them in the procession. When the rain
came up the doctor secured a street
car and the children crowded into the
car and in that manner formed part of
the line as far as possible.
10. Spraggett, the well known
(fraud Forks lumber merchant aud
mill owner, is at the Hume, lie is
accompanied by Mrs. Spraggett,
Procter Bros, have established a
camp at Nine-Mile Point and are now
engaged in constructing a bridge at
that place, under tbe direction of
Manager Archie Smith.
Messrs. 11. <& M. Hird yesterday sold
C. P. fitters' residence at the corner
of Kootenay and Itobson streets to
Thomas Bennett of Nelson, one of the
looaters of the Yellowstone mine.
The Miner takes pleasure in acknowledging an invitation received by
its staff to attend a complimentary
banquet to the lion. \V. 0. Wells,
M.l'.P., Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works, to lie held at the Kootenay
House, Golden, on Thursday, July _,
at 10 p. in.
Mr. William T. Ileadles and Miss
Lenora M. Coghlan, both of Salmo,
were united in marriage at 8 o'clock
last evening by Uev. .lames Whit* at
the Methodist parsonage on Josephine
Street. Mr. Heedles is one of the
prominent merchants of Salmo and his
bride has been teaching school at that
place for the past year. They will
make Salmo their home.
Clara Matbes Company opened tbeir
weeks engagement at the Opera
House .last night to the capacity of
the house, anil gave one of tho best
dramatic performances ever given in
the city. The play produced waa the
new comedy drama in four acts
"Hrown's in Town", which is full of
dash and comedy from start to finish.
The specialties between the acts were
all new, bright and pleasing. The
company will remain for the remainder of the week aud will present
tonight the beautiful play of "In-
gouiar" with new specialties.
Especially to be commended for
their work last night are Miss Mathes
herself, who gave a most pleasing
performance, and the member of the
company who played the Englishman.
Miss Mathes' work is clean cut and
shows an accurate conception iu what-
ver ohara_ter she assumes. The support is good and the company deserves
good houses all during their engagement.
BISMARCK'S IBON NERVE
Waa the result of his splendid health,
Indouiitablo will and tremendous
energy are uot found where Storanoh,
Liver, Kidneys and Bowels aro out of
order. If yon want these qnnlities and
the success they bring, use Dr. King'a
Now Life Pills. They develops every
power of brain and body. Only
'.'.'in nt ('.Hindu Drug St Book Store.
LOCAL AND   PERSONAL
Oeorge A. Stewart Potts, of Boss-
land, who established an office iu this
city several days ago. on his return
home Saturday evening last was
pleased to lenrn that he had become a
father, the baby being a daughter.
IT SAVED HIS LEG.
P. A. Dauforth of La Orange, Ga.,
suffered intensely for six months with
ii frlgbtfnl running sore on hia leg,
lint writes that Buuklen'n Arnioi Salve
wholy cured it in ten days. For
Ulcers, Wounds, Burns, Boils, Pain or
Piles it's the bost salve in the world.
Guia guaranteed. Only ioc. Sold by
Canada Drug and Book Store.
Wednesday, July 4th, thero will be n
"midsummer night" dauco at the
Luke Park pavilion. The admission for
gentlemen will be 60 cents. Ladies
will be admitted free.
Spring chicken and all tho dolioaoias
of the Boaaon served to yon when yon
visit Florence Park Hotel at Roberts'
Ranch, two and a half miles up tbe
river.    W. M. Roberts, propiietor.
"BLUE EIBBON TEA IS DELI0I0US."
Tired
eyes
cause
sick=
ness
Because the eyes tire easily,
some folks say they are not well.
Li most such cases there is eyestrain.
Neglected eyestrain is sure to
produce sickness.
Be wise.
Have your ��yes examined.  ���
Know their exact conditbn from
an expert.
Consultation free.
Patenaude Bros.
Watchmakors, Jewolors and OptioianB,
NELSON    B.IO.
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBULED TBAIN3.
PALAOE DINING AND OBSERVATION
OAfiS.-MEALS a la OAKTE.
CloBe connection East and Westbound nt Spokane with trains of the
trains of the Spokane Falls and Northern Railway.
Direct connection at Ht. Paul without change of depot witb all trains 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 tor West at 7:45 p.m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
Boring tbe season nf navigation East
bound trains connect at Duliith with
tliemagniilcentsteftiiislups North West
and North-Land of thcNortheru Steamship Oompany Line, operated in con-
nectiou with tlie Great Northern Railway.
For further information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
FbIIs & Northern Ry., Kaslo Is Slocan
Ry., Kootenai Railway & Navigation
Co., or to
F. I. WHITNEY.   H. A. JACKSON,
Oeul. Pass. Is Tkt. Agt.   Oom'cl Agt.
St. Paul, Min       Spokane. Wash
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS  OF
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   Co   TRAVES,   MANNER.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
OHURCH DIRECTORY.
S. Savuu'k'h I Km. i.ihii I Cut'itcn���Corner
Ward und Silica Bte. Sunday*. Holy Communion 8 ft. in.: und on tho 1st anil Brd Sundays
in too month after MatUnu; MatUni at ll u,m.;
Sunday Sohool S.S0 p.ra ; lfiveiiriong 7.80. Dally:
MaHu.Hat9.S0 a. m. Thursdays and SaintV
l>ayni Holy Communion 10 a, m. Friday*:
Evensong 7.30 p. in., followed by choir practice 11. S. Akohurnl, KootOr. Fred Irvine,
Goo. Johnston fl, Wardens.
Catholic Cuuiioh���CornerjWard ami Mill
HlroctH Mass over? Hunday at, 8 and 10.00 a.m
BenedloUon at 7.30 p,ni.   Muss every week day
at 7.16 a.m.  Hov. Father F-orland Reotor.
Prksbytbrian Ohoroii���Services at il a.m.
and 7.30 p.m. Hunday .School at 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evenlnK at 8 p.m.;
Christian ECnaeavor Society meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Hov. It. Frow,
Pastor.
Mkthgdist Church���Corner silica and
Josephine Streets.  Servioes at 11a.m. and 7,30
fi. in,; Sabbath School} 9,80 p.n)it Prayer meet-
agon Friday evening at 8 o'clock: Blpwprth
League 0, K., Tuesday at 8 a.m. Hov. John
Uobrion, Pastor.
Salvation Army���Sorvlo h ovcry evening
at Bo'oloeh In barracks on V otori ntroct
Adtndiinl, Krignroinhn In charcro.
Baptist chuhcii ��� Services morning and
evening at 11 a.m. and 7.80 p.m.; Prayer moot,
iutf Thursday evening at, 8 p.m. tho ti. Y
l'.U. Tuesday ovonlng at 8 o'clock. Strangers
cordially welcomed. Hov. O, J. Coulter Whito,
Pa&tor.
LODGE MEETINGS.
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NELSON LODGE,   No. 88, A. F. & A
M. meets second Wednesday in eaoh
month.   VinitinK brothorn welcome.
I.  O. O.  F.     Koolonay Lodge
No. 10, meetw ovory Monday night,
at  thoir Hall,  Koolonay Htroot
Sojourning Odd Follows cordially invltod.
John Scoley, N. G.  Johu A. MoRae, V. o.
D. W. Rutherford, Sec.
Nelson I.ncainpment, No. 7. MoctH every 2nd
anil 1th Friday of each month, in Odd Follows'
Hall, cot nor Baker and Koolonay Htreotn,
Nolson. A. H. Clements, 0. P.; D.MoArthui,
R. H.   Visiting brothers always welcome.
COURT KOOTKNAY,   1.   O.   F., No.   3133"
Meltings ith Thursday of month.  Fraternal
hall, J A Irving 0. H.   P. H. Fleming. H. S,
NKLSON   LODGE   No.    25, K. ofP
meets in lv. of I\ hall, Oddfellows block
Keverv   Tuesday  evening at 8 o'clock
jA.ll visiting knights cordially  invited
L. Scott O. C.
G, Jot, K. of R.andS,
NF.I.BON L.O.L. No. 161)21 meets In tho Mao-
Donold   block  every Thursday ovonlng at 8
-iVIni k.   Visiting niomborH cordially invited.
t. Robinson. W. M.: M. Crawford, H. B.
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NKLSON'd QUEEN NO. 241
SONS OF ENGLAND, moets
drat and third Wcdliondtiy of
cuch inonlh at Fraternity hall,
oornor of lluker and Kootonay
ritreotH. Visiting brothorn cordially invltod.
John Watson, Socrotary.
NKLSON AK11IK No. 22, V. O. E., uiool*
ovory second and fourth Wednesdays! Of each
in onto. Visiting1 members cordially invlt-
Oharle. Prosser, Seoretary.
A liist-cliiss Balesman wanted to
represent us iu Nelson, B, O,, ami
vicinity for tbe sale of Hardy Fruit
Trees, Ornamental Trees and Shrubs.
Over 000 acres under cultivation. We
grow varieties ef stock especially
adapted to Bri'ish Columbia. All
stock guaranteed free from blomi.b of
nny kind, aud accompanied by Gov-
eriiinent certificate of inspection.
Write for terms to the
PELHAM NUBSBRY OOMPANY,
Toronto, Out.
N. B.���We have other territories not
covered.    Applications solieited.
Are Your Feet Right?
Are lliey dressed in tlie latest
style ?    If not, call and see our )
stylish    footwear    at    popular
prices.
Our   Ladies'   Patent Leather
Shoes nre just right.
Kdjs Patent
l&ccBool
LILLIE BROS.
The Bhoeists
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LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH.  ONTARIO.
CANADA.
TADDY & CO.
ESTABLISHED ISO YEARS LOtldOll,    Ef-g.
ORBIT      Brand and
PREMIER Navy Cut Tobaccos.
Agents por Oanada ��� JAMES TURNER A CO., Hamilton. Ont.
Kootenay Railway and NaT.
Company, Ltd.
Oporatlnpf
KASLO & SLOGAN RAILWAY
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. & TKAD. CO.
Sohotlulo of Tiino.      Pacific Standard JTlmo.
Effective Fobruary l*t, 1900
KASLO & SLOCAN KY.
PaKwonger train for Sandon and way BtatlonH
leaves   Kaslo  at 8 a. ni., daily.    Returning,
loavos Sandon at 1.15 p.m., arriving at Kaslo
at 3.55 p.m.
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. & TKAD. CO,
Operating oa Kootenay Lako and River.
Str. "International" leaven Kaslo for Nolson
at B a. m, dally except Sunday. Returning,
leaYW Nolson at (i,_0 p.ni,, calling at Halfour,
Pilot Bay. Ainsworth nnd all way points. Connects with 8. Y. A N. train to and from Spo-
kauo at Five Mile Point
LAKDODUNL-AN  DIVISION.
Steamer Argonta leaves Kaslo Tuesdays and
Fridays at li a. m. for the head of navigation on
Upper Duncan Kiv
tho   Upper Duncan liiver;   returning lcav>
Hall's Landing Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Steamors call at principal landings in both
tiding Wednesdayi
_._.jth call at urinclpi
directions, and at other points when signallod
Tickota sold to all points tn Canada and the
United States.
To ascertain rate* and full Information address i
ROBERT IRVING.
Manager, Kaslo. fi,C,
Merchants' Bank of Mai if ax
Incorporated 1869.
CaplUl Paid-up,     .    .     .     $l,S*S,e.A.M |   Meat, #1,700,000.0
Sonnl ��r Director*:   Thomas K. Konny,   President;   Thomas Ritchie. Vice-Proaldcnl.
WUoy Smith, H. G. Bauld. Hon. H. ll. JTiiHer, M.L.C.. Hon. David MacKoen.
Head Oflice, Halifax.
Oeneral Managor, Edson L. PoaHO, Montreal.
Superintendent of Branches, and Secretary, W. ti. Torrance, Halifax.
Inspector, W_ Y, [Ivock, Halifax.
Iuspoctor D. M. Stewart, Montroal.
nranrhcil
N��Ta (kolla-Halifax Branch, Antlgonlsh, BridgeWftter, Ouysboro. Ixindonderry, Lunenlmrg.
Maltlacd tUanL-T Co.), Pictou, Port Jiawkcrdmry, Sydney, Hhubonacadio. Trurn, Weyimmlii
B��w BraHnwlrk���BatliurHt, Dorchester, Froderlcton. Kingston (Kent t'o.l. Moucten, Newcastle, Sackville, Woodstock. P. I.. Inl��nd^Clmrlottetown, Suuuuerside. 4|n4>l>rr- Montreal
(City Oflice), Montreal, West End (Cor. Notre Dame and gelgnouro Strt ets); Wesiinount (Cor.
Greene Avenue und St. Catharines StrceL t��utni*l�����OlLawa. >*���%> iniiii<M,uiU st. Juhn '.
t'titf.-i, West Indlnt���Havana, tnited Rtnten���New York (10 Kxchange Place) Itopublio, Wash
BRANCHB8 IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
Cornwpflitflenl* 1
f'nnada���Merchants Bank of Canada. BobIm��� National Bliawmut Bank, i'hieai_ft��� America
National Bank- San Fr��i_f,_*ee��� First National Bank. I.nmlim, I'.nc Bank of ScottHiid.
rnrln, Pranre���Credit Lvonnais. Brrmnda��� Bank of Bermuda, < hlnn and Japan - Hong
Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.
QenernJ Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit* Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
...storage ...
Storage space to rent; good, clean and cool;  at  reasonable
rates.    Apply to
The Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, Macdonald Block.
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FRED   IRVINE & CO. 1
On Monday and Tuesday mornings our store will be open and we will be prepared to give 3K
visitors to Nelson the best bargains they ever had in their lives. We carry the largest stock of DRY SJ_:
GOODS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS, MILLINERY, CARPETS, jggt
LINOLEUMS, RUGS, etc., that can be found in the interior of British Columbia. We buy in large 'yv'
quantities and at the lowest prices, and we give our customers the benefit thereof. We want our
Nelson customers to bring their visiting friends to see us. We will keep our store open on the
Mornings of the Carnival days for this reason.   We extend to everyone a hearty welcome to the city.
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FRED  IRVINE  &  CO. NELSON DAILY MINER. TUESDAY, JULY 3. '9��o-
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OUR DOMINION DAY
Continued Kroin First Page.
Prizes, 80,
Weight.   DIb-
CITY DECORATIONS.
Never in the history of Nelson have
Dominion Hav Celebrations been on a
more elaborate scale. . A few brief
years ago I be town was composed of
a series of wooden shacks, tbe only
degree of comparison being as to size
and frontal display. Today Nelson is
undoubtedly the commercial metropolis
ofthe Kootenays, ami geographically
Situated as she is, she inusl ever enjoy
this enviable position. Under Such
circuinsianees it is not tube wondered
at that people fnnn all ovor tho Provinoe   Hocked   into   tho   city���some   I"
renew old acquaintances and others
to be agreeably surprised lis to the
extent and stability of our buildings.
Outside of the cities of the Coast, Nel-
Bon is the only place boasting of a
solid masonry and brick buildings!
an electric street ear service, a waterworks peculiarly its own. andapub-
lie lighting system uinler municipal
control. With all theSI advantages in
iU favor, it is not out of place to
say that Nelson merchants are a
happy and contented lot.
they decorated for Ilominii
proof of their faith in the
the citv   and   the success
The way
ui    Day is
future of
which bus
attended their business enterprise,
Thero is one thing which is particularly Nelson's own, and that is the
BritiHh sentiment that prevails here
more distinctly than in any other
Community throughout the Kootenays.
The store-keepers yesterday vied the
one with the oilier In tbeir display
of thc national sentiment. The red.
white and blue were everywhere conspicuous, and intermingled with the
maple leaf made a beautiful coiubina-
nation, as effective as significant.
Thc bands played national airs, the
people were infused with tlie sentiment, and as tbey wended their way
through our principal thoroughfares
aud glanced into the Store windows
their sense of loyalty was necessarily
enhanced, for everywhere floated "the
flag that braved a thousand years the
battle and the storm." Here and
there the stars and stripes were displayed, but without exception in their
proper place. The Irish Hag (now
and again without the crown) was
floated, aa were also the colors of old
Scotia and sister Wales. Taken all
In all, a more artistic disply could
scarcely he devised. As already said
the familiar old bunting with the
usual display of evergreen formed the
basis of decoration : but there were a
few exceptions to tlie good old rule.
Por instance. Martin O'Reilly Ss Co.
hate a ininature yacht BCene in their
window. Tlie little craft lloats on a
abeet of mirror and is manned by toy
yachtsmen, steering through a sheet
of water as calm as it is UUy-strewn,
The Queen's Hotel is neatly decorated, and in the pinaele of its tlag
decked towor is an electric liilsh light,
Tha Phair Hotel is beautifully Iii
up with electric lights of various
colors, which shed their gay rays
through a well placed screen of evergreens.
The Ililuie is alio agreeably con-
SptalOUS as a scene of tastefully decoration. From its Hag start' lloats tin
flag of tbe Vancouver Boat Club, tin
bright   white   and   red.   showing   in
marked   contrast    with   the     s bri
colors of the Winnipeg crew as seen
from the Phair.
The Athabasca is gaily decorated
the national Hag playing a consplou
oti�� part.
The Hudson Hay To. make a good
display. In their grocery department
is act forth "The real foundation of
the liritish strength.'' which Is represented us the British Hag worked out
on a bed of  Hour.
V. Burns & Co. have a somewhat
novel display. They set forth their
refrigerator capably by encasing in
ice flah, fowl, meats, ete. in red, while
and blue, and by decoration rendering
more appetising than ever some of
their choice cuts.
I.lllie Bros, have a beautifully decorated window in which some of
their choieest footwear is suspended
from button-hooks.
The BodegB people have rigged up
a beer garden in an outer shed, whieli
is gaily decorated.
The Nelson Wine Co. nmi the Hazel-
wood Hairy Co. make effective flora]
displays.
On the whole Die decorations are
much superior to those of past years,
and are the admiration of all visitors.
Putting Ill-pound Shot
S3.
Throwing    B0-pound
lance. 85,    Height, .."..
lo a. in.��� Junior Baseball (lame���
Nelson and Kaslo.
10 a. m. ���Drilling contest. 8100
trophy and 8100 to winning team; 850
to second team.
Ijp, in.���Wet Tost for purse of Slim
���;"p. m.���Second Baseball  Game in
Nclson-Uosslnnil series.
_ p. in.- Football game between Nelson ami Silverton at recl'eatlou
grounds.
The Oenoral Committee has appropriated 850 as a prize for a rifle shooting contest today. Captain Forln of
the Kossland Rifles has written to
Nelson lhat he will be on hand with
two teams of ten men each, and one
team is expected from Kaslo. The
local company will also enter two or
three teams.
BICYCLE HACKS.
'these races were on the programme
for yesterday   but   it   was   impossible
to bring theili off yesterday
will   be  given
place today.
Quarter-mile championship of the
Kootenays. Best two in three. Cup
valued at 876, donated by the Kootc-
day Cigar Manufacturing Company:
to he won two years in succession for
ownership.    Open.
Quarter-mllo straight, open ; prizes,
Sin. ST). 83.
Quarter-mile handicap for hoys 15
and under.    Prizes $1, 83, 88.
Quarter-mile handicap for girls 1 r.
and under.    Prizes, 81, 88, S~-
Slow Race���320 yards. Prizes 85,
83.
���o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o
In Memoriam|
Of Hayipy Days at Nelson.
Take a Gouveuir Homo With You.
and  they
the same time and
srOONS, PAPER OUTTBRS,
ORAVEY   LADLES,   HLRRY   srOGNS,
BUTTON HOOKS,   PHOTO FRAMES,
SEALS, BELT BUCKLES, EtO.
Ill Souvenir Styles.
The Hall nines Limited.
(IN LIQUIDATION.)
T. H. Brown,
Jeweler
170 BAKER STREET, NEUBON.       j
?(_*0*0*O4(-*C*C^O*C*0*04O*-
To Share Warrants Holders:
Special resolutions for liquidation
ami reconstruction were passed at an
Extraordinary (leneral Meeting held
on the 12th oi' April last, and confirmed at, a further meeting on the 30th
idem, and in conformity   therewith   a
new Company has been registered
under tlie name of the Hall Mining St
Smelting Company (1/nniled) having
a capital of ��835,000 in Ordinary
shares of �����) each.
As Liquidator of the old Company
1 give notice that the Agreement for
the transfer of the assets of the old
Company to the new Company, whioh
was submitted to and approved by the
said Extraordinary Ueneral Meeting,
has now been executed and is dated
the Hth of June 1000. Holders of
Ordinary shares in tbe old Company
are entitled lo claim as of right an
allotment of an equal number of
Ordinary shares of ��1 each in the new
Company with IS shillings per share
credited as having been paid up
thereon. Forms of claims for signature can be obtained at the offices of
tbe Hall Mines Limited, Nelson,
liritish Columbia, and in order to hi'
effective the Same must be forwarded
as to reach the ollice of the new
Oompany, No. 1 Leadonhall street.
London." England, not later than
Friday. 27th July, 1IMI0.
A. B. ASHLEY.
TODAY'S PROGRAMME.
0 ft. in.���Caledonian spoils.
Kki  Yards   miners'   race,    open   lo
bona fide miners only.     Prizes. Ss. 84.
H>0 Yards open.     Prizes. 810, 85,
Mo Yards open.   Prises, 810, 85.
440 Yards open.    Prizes, gin, 85,
Hulf-inile open.    Prizes.   815, ST..Ml.
100-Yard dash. (Open only to clerks
employed by Nelson grocers) Prize.
Sliver cup and stand donated by T. ||.
Brown,  the jeweler.
.Standing   Three Jumps,   Prizes,   Si
82.
Standing   Rioad  Jump.    Prizes. S|
82.
Running  Uruad  Jump.     Prizes Si
I*.
HUB AND HUB.
1 p. m.���Hub and hub race for a
purse of $100.
This race was scheduled for yesterday but owing to the delay in the
arrival of the visiting teams it was
postponed. It will be run on linker
Street at the time above announced.
The Water Carnival, which will take
place tonight and be the cloHing feature of the celebration, has already
been outlined at length in The Miner.
There is little more to add in anticipation except to advise sightseers that
iccoiumodiitions have lieen prepared
ill the way of seats at the city wharf
and on barges. Tbey were ready yesterday but no one availed themselves of
the seats. A word of caution as th
conduct of the boats on the lake to-
uigbt will not be out of the way. For
the benefit of all The Miner again
prints the rules adopted by the committee and adjures a strict observance
of tbelli by all who enter the water
precession:
First���No boat will be allowed in
the procession with less than four
lights.
Second���All boats to be provided
with a painter not less than ten fee
long.
Third���All boats to have a proper
fastening in stem sheets to tie following boat's painter to.
Fourth���Each boat and canoe to be
provided with a. suitable dipper for
use as bailer in case of accident
tbrongh taking in water or in the
event of lire from lanterns.
Fifth���No sails to be hoisted on sail
boats.
Sixth���No firecrackers or bombs al
lowed on the water.
Seventh���All boats to be lit up by
8:30 p. in.
Eighth���All    competitors  are   re
quired   in   tlie interest of uniformity
ami safety to   observe   the   directions
given from tlie patrol boat.
J.  W. TROUP,
Chairman Water Carnival Com.
Tho smoker  given   in    Fraternity
Hill last night in honor of the visiting athletic organizations was a success in every way. It began at !
O'clock willi a speech by Mayor Houston ami Continuod with , ms ami recitations until nearly midnight. During the evening the Winnipeg crew
and the winners of local events were
presented with Iheir  trophies.
QLIMPSBS POR FIVE   CENTS.
The Miller lias on hand a number
portfolios  of   "Glimpses    of    South
Africa."    There are no   complete sets
left, numbering from one to eighteen
hut   there   arc   several   of   all    othei
numbers with the exception of three,
four, live and six.  These   will be sold
al  live cents per copy.
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at   the  fol
lowing news stores at five cents per
copy:
Oiliiert Stanley Nelrton
on Hint In
Thorn-
llonery Co
ierr Co
Ciwiu.il PniK fefiooi Co.
Hotel Hmil'' Nowh Stand
Motel .'hair Nowh Htand
]*, OfttnpboU
0, F. NoIhoii
J. K. Delanoy
K. A. Hnulnhrtw
Hlorun Nowh Co.
TlmiriHon Hron.
Lunont \- Young
H. A. KhiKfcCo.
NoIhoii
NeiHon
Nolnon
Nolnon
Ymir
NowDonvor
ItoHoborry
Slocan City
Bandon
Vancouver
Kanlo
Urconwood
LUniber..
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. Yards, NKLSON
und IjAHDO.
Spqkane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson A Fort
Sheppard JRV
Red IflountainJR'v.
The only nil rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and Intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. St N. Co.
Connects at Nelson villi steamer
lor Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at  Meyer's  Falls  with
Stage daily lor Republic,   and  connects at Bossburg wilh stage daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Lruvit. Dsy Train, Amhvk,
10 .:i!i a.in Spokane 7:10 p.m,
12:06 p. in ltosslaud  5:80 p.m.
9:80 s, m Nelsou 8i00p.ni.
Night Train.
9:Jf) p.m Spokane 7 :05 a.in:
11:()() p.m Kossland 0:80 a.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A,
Spokane  Wash
Q. K. TAOKABURY,
Anient. Nelson, B.O
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWAKD.
NELSON WINE CO.,
whoro you can depend on Rotting t''�� bout
urandslnths market ami any quantity from
ldo. up,   Price* cauuol be dlaputao,
TIIIIM   93,
Frank A. Tamblyn, Mgr.,
Paker Street. Nei.ron
CRUG1BLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch iliain. ifiV.lii)per UK) feel
Foe
Nelson
Immediate delivery
apply.
J. 0. T. CROFTS,
P. O. BOX 676, Nolson, B. C"
E- P- WHALLEY, J. P.
NOTARY   PUBLIC
Offloe With 0,   W.   West  Ss   Co.,   Cor,
Hall and Bakor Streets.
City Oflice of   the Nelson Soda Watei
Factory.
Sli.VKK KING MIKE
Will pay the highest oash price for all
kinds of second band Roods. Will buy
or sell unytliiiiK from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, caiperts,
cooking utensils, bought in household
qnnutities. Also oust off clothing.
Call and nee me or writo. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 200. Hall
Street, Nelson, B. (J.
OSLER &  M'DOUGALL,
Miuing and Real Estate AgeutB,
Houses and I/its on Reasonable Terms.
See Onr Lists.
Ollico, Victoria Slreet, Opposite
Phair Hotel.
PYLE'S    PEARLINE
Largo ��i_o
15  CENTS  '
Tor Sale Hy
Western Mercantile Co. Ltd
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
HEAD   OFFIOE   TOKONTO,    ONT.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to o. L. LENNOX, Baker St.,
Nelson.
Al
WANTED
Man tor dairy ranch. Waitresses,
Cooks (women).
First-class woman Cook wants situation in camp.
J. II. LOVE, Ajrt., Baker St.
MISCELLANEOUS
AitvcrtlHcmciilK Inserted under this head at
tho rule of one OOnl a word por liiMirllnn. No
advorUwiiiont taken for loss than 25 cunts.
and  News   Agents
trains out of Nelson
on boats and
TO   LET. -House   lo   let   across   the
lake, stove, ete.    Apply 0. Nuwling,
Baker street.
FOR KENT.-, rooms in WfiHtlilnokT
Apply at olllee of 0. W. West Ss Co.
H. & M. BIRD
AGENTS   FOR
Eureka  Mineral Wool
and Asbestos Co.
Real Estate, Fire Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOR SALE.
A three-story eight roomed honse on
Park Street, close to Baker Street;
the lower Btory of etone. The house
is well built and has all modern conveniences, including piping lor a furnace.    Price $2,500
Lot IS, Blook 12, Victoria 6t, *(150,
Lot I, Block t (50 feet), Vernon St.,
oasy terms, $1,(100,
FOR RENT.
House ou Carbonate Street, 2 hlooks
from the post oflioe containing Dining
Room, Drawing Room, Kitchen,
Pantry, Large Basement, II Bed Rooms,
Dressing Room and Bath Room. Heated throughout with coal (nrnace. Possession July Hth.   Rent $!lfl per mouth.
Notioe is hereby given that an extraordinary meeting of the shareholders of the Cascade Water Power Ss
Light Company, Limited, will be held
at the ollices of the London St British
Columbia Uoldiields, Limited, Baker
Street, City of Nelson, British
Columbia, on Wednesday the 5th day
of July ut 3 o'clock in  the  afternoon.
The business lo be entered upon at
tho said meeting is as follows:
(a) For the purpose of considering
tho giving of a further mortgage of
.-.,300, to be oharged upon all tho
assets and property, both real and personal of tho company of whatsoever
nature or kind and npon all the In.
conio aud also upon the undertaking
of the Company generally, and if decided upon, to authorize the execution
of the said moitgage to secure the said
sum of ��3,300, with interoBt at 0 por
cent.
(h) To oousider and accept, should
it bo so decided, the resignations of
tho directors of the oompany.
(0) And, in the event of the acceptance of suoh resignations, to eleot
directors in the plaoe of buoIi retiring.
Dnted at Nelsou, B. C.this 19th day
of June, 11)00.
H. ALERS HANKEY.
 Secretary.
COAL   MINERS
Steady employment will be given
to   25   good   coal   miners at   the
Canmore mines, Alberta.
THE H. W. M'NEILL CO. (Ltd.)
W. F. Little, Manager.
CHARLES ST. BARBE,
GENERAL AGENT.
COAL!  COAL!
Great Reduction!
HARD OOAIi     __l_ _��E T>
(ANTHRAOITK)  4>��7>00  Per  t On
OBOW'a NKST <fc/_ sg_   ___  T*
coal       QO.IO per Ion
$6.15
DELIVERED.
C.W.WEST&CO.
TKMCl'HONK 83.
KOOTENAYCOFFEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Best of
Quality, as follows :
Java and A rnblnn Mocha, por pound I   10-
JnraaiKl Mocha Blend,* pounds  I 00
Ktne BantOH, 4 pounds  " 1 00
Santos lllond, 5 poundH ,,., 1 go
Our  Spooiallllond, (i pounds...... 1 no
Our Uio Koast, (I pounds ,,,, 1 go
A TRIAL oil III I! sol nil ti..
Salhskoums:
2 DOORS EA8T OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOCK, W. BAKER 8T.
rVELSOM,       .        B. C.
A. R. BARROW, a. mice
Provincial  Land  Surveyor.
Oorner Victoria and Koolonay StH.
P. O. Box 559. Telephone No. 05
ALL KINDS���Of plain   sewing done
Blouses and ehildren's elolhes a speo ,
laity. Mm, Bogen, Opposite Opera 1
House, Ip
I\ O. GREEN        F. S. OIiEMENT.S
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyors
O, Box Uf Kelson. B. Q,
Atlantic S. S. Lines
From Montreal
Allan Lino Tunisian... JutioSU
Allan Lino Kutnlrilan ��'��!>'
Dominion Line Vancouver July
lion vor Line Lusitanla     Juno 80
Prom New York
White Star Line Mojoallo July 4
Cunard Line Luoanla Juno 30
Anchor Line City of Homo ....JunoSO
North Gorman Lloyd Kaiser Wllholra der
Grostw .I��ly 3
Allan UtatQ Lino State of Nebraska.., .June M
From Boston. Mans
Cunard Lino Ivcrnla lunelW
Passages arranged to and from all (European
points.  For rates, tlokocsand full information
apply to ('. P. H. depot agent or XV, Y. Anderson, City Passenger Agent. Nelson, B. 0.
W. P. F. CUMMINGS,
General Agent, C.P.IL Ofltoei. Winnipeg.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Lines West of Lake Superior.
'imperial
Limited"
Service.
Departure   and   Arrival   Time   of
Trains  ami   Steamers.
Depart from Arrive  at
Nelson Nelsou
Steamer    airives   nt  Nelson
from the oust, Ciow'h  Neat
hriineh    and   intermediate
points 8. !lu
7. In Train leaves Nelson for Rons-
land and intermediate
points, and via Kohson for
north, Kevelstoke,the main
Hue and i'neillo ooust points.
T. Ill) Train leaven Nelson for Snn-
don and Intermediate points
and via Sloeau Lake route
for north, Kevelstoke, the
id ii i ii line nud I'aoillo ooast
poiuts.
Train arrives at Nelson from
KoRsland  aud intermediate
points 10,85
Steamer arrive, at Nelsou
from Kaslo and Intermediate pointu II. 00
15.80 Trains leaves Nelson for
Hosslaud, Greenwood and
Intermediate points.
16.00 Steamer leaves Nolson for
Kaslo and way points.
Train arrives at Nolson from
Kossland and Greenwood
and intermediate points,
and from Kevelstoke, the
main line, aud Paoifio coast
points 18.15
Train ariives in Nelson from
handon aud intermediate
noints.aud from Kevelstoke.
the main line and the Paoifio coast points 19.110
22.110 Steamer   leaves   Nelson   for
__^    Crows Nest hranoh and all
poiuts east.
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 81.00,
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Prop-
W. F. ANUKUSON,
Trav. l'ass. Agent)
Npl��rn
B, J. COYLE.
A G. P. Agent),
Viutconvir
E. J.SCOVIL
MIMMi  I1IIOI1I It,       ft'OTAUV  I'l III 11 .
Win-armor. Mines.   Corrosp - ence Solicited
WINDKRMKRB. _.. O.
The Cottage Hospital, Nelson
A private Hospital, Medical, Surreal anrt Obstetrical eases nursed iu tbe
House. Private room $20 and (IB a
week. Beds in ward $12 a week.
Nurses sent ont to privato houses at $113
a week. Apply to The Misses Orick-
ruay
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Nkijwn 11. C.
A Boarding and Day School oomlnctod \\y
tho Sisters of BUJOMjphot 1'eaco.    ItUlHu-
atod at the oorner of Mill and JoMphlaoibrMtB,
in one of the hnHt rorihlcnttHl portlonnof Nel-
Hdii, and in easily ueee_Hible from all part,
of the city.
The OOUtM of i-tnily Include* the fundamental and In-jiiT brnnchori of h thoroiiKh Kngllhli
education, lUirtiuesd course ��� BoofckeopliiK.
Btonoffrenju and Typewriting. Bcdenn oourt<_
���Mimic, Vocal nud Instrumental; llrawluK,
etc.���Plain and Art Needlework; CalUthenlc*,
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Kor torniH an* nnrtieulara apply
Hu net-1 or.
NELSON kb
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NELSON, B. C.
Iron aiul !tr��MH QmUNSI of Every Drue rip
Hon.   Itrpnlr>��   and   Jobblug
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JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial^Tl
Land Surveyor.
469 nelson b c.
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DIRECT IMPORTATION.
Bock,
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Henry Clay, La Ivspan-
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The finest Imported Cigars to be had in Nelson.
Fine line of English and Egyptian Cigarettes and
I obaccos.
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THURMAN
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I have now in stock a line
of all classes of
TWEEDS, WORSTEDS
and SERGES.
Special Line of Tweed Suitings at $25.
E. SKINNER,
F.j.Mun.i&SSr' to Fred l s��uite'
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