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Array Daily Edition No. 814
Nelson,   British Columbia, Friday Evening,   August 25, 1900.
Eleventh Year
NEWS OF
CANADA
Returning  Soldiers  Receive
Enthusiastic Welcome
In Quebec.
Special Despatches Received
From   the Various
Provinces. .
(SPECIALS TO TUB MINKH.)
Quebec, Aug. 25���Of thc 119 invalided Canadian soldiers wbo returned
from tlie Transvaal yesterday on the
Lake Ontario there were few wbo preserved the appearance of Invalids
when Ihey stepped ashore today after
their arduous campaigning. They
BWVmg around thc corner at ijueen's
wharf to St. Peters street und up the
steep hill to the citadel with an ease
which showed that the hardships of
the South African veldt had left hardly any trace. They were in charge of
Lieutenant Colonel Deluinoe.eominunil-
ant of the Bisley team, and were clad
iu khaki,   Tomorrow  thoy   will  he
paid off and sent home.
The voyage was pleasant except a
delay of six hours at Belle Isle Strait
no account of fog. The men were allowed the freedom of the whole ship,
the only time ln Iheir voyages, they
said, when Ihey were not treated as
Indians.
Two large excursion steamers went
down to the Island of Orleans to escort the Lukc Ontario up. Opposite
tie Louise embankment the Quebec
Yacht club, represented by four of its
largest vessels, which were crowded,
boomed a welcome. The (Iovernment
steamers Druid and Aberdeen joined
tile other vessels in chorus whistling.
Dufferin Terrace was crowded with
people who had been waiting for
hours and Queen's wharf was crowded
to the danger point.
The Lake Ontario, however, crossed
first to the Levis side to land immigrants. The (Iovernment steamer
Druid therefore crossed over and embarking   the   soldiers   carried    them
hack. Mayor Parent presented a complimentary address to which Colonel
Delamoo replied on behalf of the men.
Headed by the band and escorted by
ii detachment of the Montreal Garrison ArtilUery, thc men started up to
Hie citadel. The streets were lined
witli people and the reception was
most enthusiastic
WILL FIGHT TRAINING SCHOOLS.
Toronto,     Aug.   25.���The   Toronto
Trades and Labor Council bad decided
11 light the manual training movement
"i the schools of the Dominion recently Instituted by tin endowment from
Sir Vim. MwDoiiald. Congress will be
nsked to petition the Dominion and
Provincial Governments urging the
necessity of prohlting any person from
practicing any mechanical trade who
'"is not served at least four ycarB apprenticeship to it in some practical
���hop, fearing t_at the new movement
w'll Hood the country with incompetent workmen.
TO OPPOSE THE BELL CO.
Toronto, Aug. 25���A special commit*
Ul' "f the Toronto   City   Council   np-
P"iiited to take  measures in   the  op-
POsltlon to   the   Hell   Telephone   Co.
��ot last night.   Recommendation  Is
made that a 8erleB of public meetings
"' held throughout the city to arouse
Republic and also that the eltsens
P'odge themselves to use a civic telephone service for a period of five
years.
Stanislaus Lacroix. Thomas was nn
uncle of the man, wbo is suspected of
crime and who Is snid to have barricaded himself against arrest, Sheriff
Wright of Ottawa county nnd police
authorities were notified and the
former went do.vn to make an at vest.
The prisoner will be brought to Buckingham.
WON SEMIFINAL.
Winnipeg, Aug. 86.��� The semi-tinnl
for the Manitoba senior lact'OHse chumship was played here today between
the Winnipeg nnd Fort Williams
teams. Tlie Winnipeg's won It! to B,
but the score does not indicate the
evenness of play up to half time, as it
was the finest exhibition of laorosse
ever witnessed in Manitoba. Tomorrow the Winnipegs meet the St. Paul,
Minn., team iu tlie finals.
REGIMENT CHANGES NAME.
Ottawa, Aug. 25���The Militia Orders announces that the First Battalion
C. M. H. now in South Africa will in
future be known as tlle Royal Canadian Dragoons and correspondence from
Canada is to be addressed accordingly.
Today's Gazette announces the appointment of A. B. MoOoll, It. 9.
Kudie and Necl Shuw of Winnipeg of
preventitivc olllcers there.
FROM KASLO.
Mr. Mansfield Has Formed a New Oompany
to Operate ln That Section.
Knslo, Aug. 25,���Ernest Mansfield
arrived from England today nud
states that he has secured (150,000 to
spend immediately on claims at Camp
Mansfield on the south fork of Kaslo
Hiver. A Company called the Mans-
liehl Hold Mines of liritisli Columbia.
Limited, has been formed in London
and will lie tlie parent corporation of
several subsidiary concerns.
Charles    Plowman,    who     returned
with Mr. Mansfield has been equall]
successful in Securing capital, lie also bus formed a company to take over
the South Fork claims and to llolit
the Fletcher gold properties nt White-
Water. During his three week's stay
in London Mr. Plowman obtained
1250,000 to spend in the neighborhood
of Kaslo. Mr. Mansfield iiIho announces that be will take up the Harris   and Fisher   bonds in    the   White
Grouse country involving a quarter
of a million dollars.
ITALY DISCRIMINATES.
Ottawa, Aug. 2b.���The Department
of Trade and Commerce has been notified by tlie Consul-Qenoral for Italy in
Canada thnt henceforth the general
tarlfl of Italy will apply to all products and manufactures of Canadian
origin and that Canadian shipping is
to be excluded from the privileges
granted  other states in the matter of
navigation.
SAFE AFTER ALL.
Toronto. Aug, 25.���A cable here
from l'ekin announces Unit Miss
tlowan and Miss Rutherford, two
Canadian ladies, who were shut up iu
the besieged Legations, and who were
believed by their friends to have perished, are safe.
POLITICAL POINTERS.
DOUBLE MURDER.
Kingston, Ont., Aug. 85���Both political parties here are actively engaged iu scanning the district for candidates fortbe coming Federal contest.
St. Stephen, N.   It.,   Aug.   25���The
Conservatives of charlotte haveohosen
(1. W. Onnong, the present member,
as a candidate for the next genernl
elections.
Quebec Aug. 25���Lc Soloell snys
Dr. Borden is to he Invested with thc
order of Knighthood during his approaching visit to England.
Halifax, N. S., Aug. M���The most
representative political convention
ever held In Queen's county took
place here when W. 8, Stewnrt, t_. <'.,
wns unanimously nominated to oppose
Hir Louis Davies in West Queens.
24.���Thc
Kcntvilte, N. 8,, Aug. -,.
Liberals of Kings County have again
chosen lion. Dr. llorden, Minister of
Militia, ns their standard bearer for
the next elections.
Itawa, Aug.   ....���There  is a ter-
j. "."s 'M* !���> the   little  village  of
t'uv' ��"���'""' '*"   Wil(>H   (loWn tl,e   0t-
��it. !,f 'r'"""lieri''and t,,c munor
ill')'  ""' 'amous  l'apineau, over the      (juebec, Aug. 25.��� I ne i ouscrviu ... -
pi'iiit' "'""r'''r tlliB L'vonll,K ��* H.v- are understood to have already chosen
the vl ti     M ttna Madame Lacroix, I candidates ln nearly nil of the con*
^   'CUm* of a revolver In the hands,' stltutenoies in this district now held
1 8l"d, of  the  letter's  husband! by the Liberals,
Quebec, Aug. 25.���The Conservatives
GIVES A
PICNIG
Premier Dunsmuir Entertains
the House Next
Week.
Members Will Spend Monday
and Tuesday at His
Mines.
(SPECIAL TO TIIK mi *..:n.)
Victoria, It. ('., Aug. 2-1���At the instance of Mr. Garden of Vancouver,
the Qrand Forks and Kettle River
Hallway bill, voted down Wednesday
evening was on technical grounds restored to its former place on the order paper but the House rose before
again considering the measure. So
strong a lobby is in progress against
this bill that its passage in now extremely problematical,
on the (leneral Act amendment coming np, Fulton proposed that thc orders of the 5th of March last be embodied ill the Act with some slight
additions. Also that Dominion bind
surveyors be recognized for mineral
work as well lis Provincial   surveyors.
Borne criticism was offered as to
Premier Dunsmulr's bill to impose a
5 cent lax on coal raised iu tlle Province on the ground that if the consumer did not pay the tux indirectly, a
direct cut in coal miner's wages
would eventual cover it.
Tbe mineral section of the Assessment Act proposes ll 2 per cent, tax on
mines' output. This was attacked III
length by Mr. Curtis, who stated that
already the mining industry paid two-
fifths of the total revenue of 81.(100,(HID
raised within the Province, and that
to let it go forth to the world, aside
from Its injustice, that the mining
lax was to be doubled would give
Kootenay a black eye.
A long discussion on the bind act
amendment, which offered a rebate of
88 per cent, on arrears of pre-emption
purchase monies if paid within n certain time, led to tlle evenings division
on bucolic . topics. All the farmers
played to tbe press gallery or threw
bonqnetS at Mr. Wells.
A bill was passed vesting the title
111 an original discovery bill in Atlin,
in Miller and McLaren. This is now
occupied by part of Pine City and was
one of the claims adjudicated on by
.lodge Irving lust year.
Thc Phoenix corporation bill was
finally passed. The Opposition members repeated all their old anti-
Chinese speeches over the Pacific
Northern and Omlnka Hill, but the
Qovernment relied on the general
action     now     going    through      and
eventually it passed.
The committee at  Steveston heard
more evidence today, much of whieli
supported Ihe action of the magistrates
ill signing the requisitions, Tlie
House adjourned until Monday. On
Tuesday und Wednesday the House
goes to a picnic given by Mr. Duns-
inuir to visit liis mines, anil thc end
of the week will see prorogation.
HARVEST FESTIVAL.
At St. Savior's Church tomorrow,
tin. eleventh Sunday after Trinity,the
Harvest Festival will be celebrated.
There will lie special music as follows
Mattins: Venitc, Mncfarren ; special
psalm, KM; Te ileum, Norrlsand Ben-
nets benedlotus, Turlei anthem, "0,
Taste niul See," (hiss; Kyrle, Men*
delssnhn; hvinns. 881, 883, 338, 884,
Evensong! special psalms. 05, 147,
15ii; magnificat Smart; Nunc Diiii-
ittis, Felton; iinthein, "0 Lord how
manifold," Harnby ; hymns. 388, 487,
870, 111; solo. "Hear my Prayer, Mendelssohn, Miss Bensusan.
DEWET BLUFFS   AGAIN.
Krugcrsih.rp. Aug, 25.- Commandant Debuey appeared yesterday before
Haul. Station with a large   force   and
summoned ihe garrison (lommanded by
Lord Albemarle to surrender. The
'.arris,.,, refused. In the meantime
Bewet b��>k advantage of this ruse and
crossed the river towards the Orange
Blver Colony.
POWERS
DIFFER
Report   That   Russia   Has
Declared War on
China.
Signs That Partition of the
Empire Will Ultimately
Occur.
(BY ASSOCIATES! PBBSS.)
Washington, Aug. 25���Tbe Chinese
situation developed little of importance tislay. It is stated frankly by
tlie officials in the State, War and
Navy departments that no despatches
have beeu received bearing on the
problem which has yet to be solved,
namely the disposition of China's affairs at the bunds of the Powers.
A Cabinet officer is authority for the
statement that the alleged differences
among the Powers brought on by the
reported action of Russia have not disturbed this Government in the least
and there is no information in the
possession of tlie Qovernment that
Russia has declared war or that she is
pursuing a course in any way different
from that of other Governments represented In China.
Regarding the attitude of the Qovernment in case serious differences
among thc Powers should arise as to
their future course in China, it was
stated ou authority that this (iovernment remained opposed to any territorial division of China as was
plainly stilted in Secretary Hay's note
of July 8rd.
Kvery resource of diplomacy will be
exhausted to prevent a partition of the
Empire and it was said that the diversion of tbe American troops to
Manila was practically evidence to the
oilier Powers of tlle good faith of the
United states iii this matter.
The work of the I'nited States in
China has been accomplished in a
large part by the relief of the Legations and its further obligation, that
of aiding to restore nnd maintain
peace.can be accomplished through the
troops already on Chinese soil.
It is pointed out, however, that in
view of tlie attitude already assumed
by the United States with thc large
part it has had iu opening the way,
the Government is in a position to
demand commercial freedom in China
as a minimum condition of the final
settlement in tlle event of territorial
division of the Chinese Empire.
After the cabinet meeting today
there was an extended conference at
thc White House in which Secretary
Root and Acting Secretary Adee participated. The conference reltkted to
Chinese affairs and it was said to be
confined largely to considering messages received from other powers on
the subject and in drafting answers to
them.
Secretary Root said at the close of
the conference thnt it related to mutters whieli needed the consideration
of the President and covered the wide
Held of Chinese affairs, lie sui d noth
ing hud developed of a serious nature
in the late reports from China.
TROOPS POURING IN.
Taku, Aug. 25,���Transports arc
pouring into Taku. Three large German vessels have arrived and are unloading. One regiment Unit hns disembarked is on its way to l'ekin ami
another is bound for Tien Tsin. Three
Russian vessels lire iu the harbor.
IN  PEKIN.
London, Aug. 25.��� Street fighting
breaks out intermittently ill Pekin.
according to despatches from Shanghai
the Allies not having sufficient forces
io police the vast city. As small
parties of the allied troops penetrate
into new districts they have to engage half armed mobs.
LOOTING IS GENERAL
I,mikIoii. Aug. 25���Tbe Pekin correspondent of the Times wiring last tfnt-
urday says: Pekin is now entirely under foreign Control. Looting is proceeding systematically, The French
and Russian Hags are Hying   over   the
best portion of the Imperial domain,
where it is believed tlie Imperial treasure is buried.''
HOSPITAL ABANDONED.
San Francisco, Aug. 85���The large
base hospital thnt was projected by
(Iovernment at Nagasaki, Japan, has
been abandoned and the wounded
from China will be brought direct
here and treated in the general hospital at the Presidio.
"PRANCE
PREPARES,"
New York, Aug. 25.���"That the
French Qovernment is preparing for
war there can be no longer any
doubt." The Pall Mall Gazette of
London makes this statement editorially. It but puts in concrete form
what the'ncwBpapei's in all parts of
Knglaud have heen saying in a more
veiled way for three days, says a cable despatch.
There is absolutely no reason for
war between France and England save
the hatred of every class of each nation for tlie other. What especially
has scared the Knglish are the French
experiments with Rubniarine boats,
but many other French doings are
having their effect.
BRIEF  DISPATCHES.
Montreal. Aug. 25.���Among the invalided Canadians on the Incoming
Lake Ontario arriving in Quebec last
evening are the following Hritish
Columbian.i: Privates Carter, Finch,
Smiles and ,1. Vi. Jones all of the
Fifth Regiment 0,   A., Victoria.
Montreal, Aug. 25 -Privates C. W.
Gamble and Hooking of tbe 5th Regiment, O. A., Victoria, B, C., are
among the invalided Canadians from
Soutli Africa, who sailed from Liverpool yesterday by the Allan line Tunisian. The steamer should reach
Quebec by Friday next.
Kincardine, Ont.. Aiig. 25.���George
Sturgeon, for forty-two years a prominent city of this place, is dead, aged
7(1 years. The deceased wns for many
years was prominent here, retiring
about ten years ago.
Hamilton. Aug. 25.���George Ilul-
lock, a Strabnee, farmer is dead, us
a result of a ruunaway accident on
Wednesday   which    caused     internal
hemorhage,
Hamilton, Aug. 25. ��� Wm, Smith,
a market gardener of Waterdown,
near here, is in a critical condition
from the result of a runaway yesterday morning while en route to this
city.
Ottawa, Aug. 25.���An order-in-coun-
ejl was passed granting the Northwest Rebellion medals to members of
the Mounted Police on service in the
territories ln'85. A previous order-in-
eouncil passed in '80 governing this
ease authorized the grant only to
those who were actually under lire.
Ottawa, Aug. 25.���Charles K. Ask-
with, of the staff of the Ottawa Journal) bus accepted the editorial management of The Brandon Sun.
BRIEF LOCALS.
The Rossland Cricket Club has communicated witli the Nelson Club with
a view to playing a match in this city
on Labor Day. The Nelson Club has
agreed to the game and will make arrangements lit once.
The passenger train from Rossland
due to arrive ill Nelson at I0:t36 did
not come through this morning owing
to a washout on the line between
Trail and Robson caused by the heavy
storm last night, A train was made
up at Robson and arrived in Nelson at
2 180 this afternoon.
Howard Quest, the brakeman who
was injured in tlie collision mi the
Canadian Paoiflo yesterday and was
taken to the (leneral Hospital was
still in n precarious condition Ibis
morning. His chief injuries were to
tlle   spinal   column   and symptoms of
paralysis  have set  in, which do not
promise favorable results. IV, Clary.
the brakeman who hnd his collar-bone
broken, is doing well, having gone to
his home immediately sftcr the fracture was reduced. I
LONDON
LETTER
The Railway Strikes in Wales
Assume Very Serious
Proportions.
The Welsh  Goal Supply is
Almost Entirely Gut
Off.
(BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.)
London, Aug. 25���Forgetting the
Chinese cryptogram and the unending
war in South Africa and the reconstruction of that country, the strike
on a little 100 mile Welsh railroad
stirs up more serious interest than
anything else in Knglaud this week,
because it is closely related to thc
coal supply and manufacturing vitality of the Kingdom, The Tutf Vale
Railroad curries the product of fifty
thousand miners into Cardiff. The fifth
day of the strike sees small quantities
of tlie best steam coal commanding lis
shillings.
All the Cardiff factories are shut
down and the merchant lleet are unable to leave the harbor because they
have not been supplied with coal.
Most of the mines are still piling up
coal ut the pitmouiliK.
The cause of the dispute is that two
thousand railway servants want a half
penny an hour more and are upheld
in that demand by the union of railway men of the I'nited Kingdom witli
��350,001 In the treasury and a strike
Income of ,_:t.oo0 a week.
Interwoven with tbe discussion
uncut tlie coal scarcity, trouble is
brewing everywhere in the world.
The (ireat Kastcrn men have handed
in an ultimatum demanding inoreased
wages and threatening to strike if
this is refused.
Tlie arrival in the Thames on Thursday evening of the British bteamer
Queensword witli four thousand tons
of coal, and the sai ling of the Hritish
steamer Armstor from Norfolk, Virginia, on Wednesday witli four thousand tons destined for Bantry Cay for
the British Navy, afford a text on
which hangs abundant speculation.
ESngllBh writers point to America's
exhaustless coal supply and to the
ultimate certainty that large imports
will lie made from that country.
"SMOKY'S" DEATH.
The story of a Railroad Duu and the Do.lh he
Met,
The only deatli in tlie accident on
the C. P. R. yesterday was that of
���'Smoky, " a (ierlniin terrier dog belonging to "Jimmy" Skene, the engineer of tlie work train. Smoky wu.
but a pup, a few months old, but tn
those few- months he had become a
railroader with as sure a footing as
the oldest on tlle road.    All the   train
men   on    tlie  Robson    and  Blooan
branches knew Smoky well anil occasionally he took a trip with the engineer of another train than that his master pulled. Soini'times, too, he would
spend a half day at the station or hotel at Slocan .I unction or elsewhere,
but thu moment the whistle blew
Smoky was on his feet and away to
the depot platform, Yesterday Smoky
was with his master on the work
train. When "Jimmy" came around
the curve just nbove the colliding
point and saw the freight train coming towards him be. turned on the
brakes, reversed his engine and prepared to jump. Smoky knew some*
thing was wrong and watched his
master. When it was found that a
collision could not lie avert.d "Jimmy' ' Jumped und Smoky prepared to
follow, lie stood between the tender
and engine cab for a moment and gazed up the track. Then he got a sure
footing witli his hind feet and was
about to jump when tlie crash came,
lie wns pinioned in the wreck and
never knew what happened, When
the passengers were transferred
Siniiky^was covered up with a gunny
sack, so thai thc women would not see
him. Then when tlle wreck was cleared nwny they burled him.
u_ Nelson  Daily  Miner,   Saturday  Eveniug,  August 23,  1900.
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Nelson Daily Miner
11. .1. BEATON, Editor and Manager
Till', SCHOOL, OF MINKS.
Th.
Biipporter
Mlm
leagued arc
Minister of Mines  i*   n   Btrong
nf  llic   proposed   School  of
It is understood lhat  his  eol*
nlso favorable,   and  that
the School le about to be   established,
The matter has been so far considered
ami settled that even tho location hns
been decided upon.    This is stated on
the authority of the Secretary  of   the
Rossland Board   of  Trade,   who   has
l.eeii visiting the Capital us a dolegate
uf the Associated   Boards.    He  stales
without qualification "f   any   sort   or
degree that the School is to he located
at Rossland.    He probably i;ot his Information, or. at least.his i m pi-ess Ion,
while discussing the mutter with   the
Minister of Mines.   Vie have no present means of   knowing   whether   this
information is   reliable,   or   whether
the Impression is well   founded,   but
the gentleman would hardly speak   um
positively us he does   unless   he   hud
si une warrant for doing SO.
It is gratifying, therefore, to  know
that  the  school   is to be established,
but   the  gratification  in not without
its disappointment   in the assurance
that   it  is to be located in a place bo
inconveniently  situated  us RoBSland.
We suspect that Ministers, in reaching
this conclusion, did aot give the matter   the  consideration  it deserved, or
there   wus   failure   in making proper
representations on the subject   which
would  enable   them   to   decide   with
greater   intelligence.      The    hitter  is
more   probably   the   fact,     Ministers
would   be glad   tn listen to any information that bore on the question, and
if   they   did   not consider the greater
advantages of   Nelson   it was because
the   one   person   who   was   specially
elected    to look    after   our   interests
neglected   his   duty   or  was   without
influence in the   discharge of it.    The
School of Mines   is going to Hosslaml,
nni because Rossland has better claims
thun ^Nclsnn,   but  because   Nelson's
member failed in presenting thc claims
of this cily,  while there were those to
represent Rossland Who had zeal
enough to look after its interests. A
mistake is being made, to the loss of
this city, and it is due to thc fact of
that other mistake in electing as our
member a man who, from character
and disposition, was bound to be
without influence, and who, from
Inclination, is earnest only in the
pursuit of aims to benefit himself.
It is necessary that Ministers should
yet be informed that a mistake is h��-
lng made in locating the School of
Mines at Unsslaml. We are not conscious of any feeling of jealousy towards thai city. In Nelson, so fnr
as we know,there is nothing but good
will for it. We are glad to hear of
anything that is calculated to advance
its Interests or to add to its prosperity.
Nelsun Is not jealous of Kossland, for
the good reason that it has the most
unbounded confidence In its own superiority, Rossland has been a sue-
cessful mining camp, ami Increased
iis population by leaps ami bounds
while Nolson was experiencing the
slower growth of legitimate commercial development, In the matter of
population Rossland has probably
sum,- advantage yet, but nn man with
Intelligence enough in count two who
has knowledge  nf tbe circumstances
can doubt fur a moment Hint Nelsun
is steadily outstripping Hosslaud in
everything Unit cues tu make a large.
prosperous, ami abiding city, It isdo-
ing this because it commands the
trade nf ibe wliulc nf Southern liritisli
Columbia, ami it commands the trade
because- it is Ihe natural centre of all
the Interests thai are building up this
Section uf country, Ami being such n
centre, it is the proper place for the
proposed Bchool uf Mines, if Ministers du nut understand this, it is time
they   did:    anil   if    wc    had     elected
a mure capable member they wonld
have   been   Informed   of il.
ami more necessary work of admlnls*|
tr at Ion 1 and the country given a complete rest from political excitement.
They want to settle down to business,
and as lung as onr legislators are in
session there is the danger of some
fresh excitement, There bus been
mite enough of that to serve us for
the next four years. We shall have a
.local   election upon us   in  a   short
NELSONOPERAHOUSE
J. E. ANNABLt Manager.
A' MM Era.
LUijiber..
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time, but that is unavoidable and
Is causing no apprehension ; the rest
thnt is ho earnestly desired iH from
loenl  excitement,   If our masters at
Victoria would finish up the business
of the Session and get ofl' to their
holm's as soon as possible, they would
be doing the Province the best service
in their power.
There is general oppositioa to the
mineral tax. This ishow it is viewed
by The Cranbrook Herald; " It seems
as though liritish Columbia Govern*
ments, of late, deem it their especial
iluty to meddle with the laws affecting the mining industry. Now the
proposition is to double the tax on
mines shipping two carloads of ore
per day. If this becomes a law it
means the interposition of another
harrier to the investment of new capital in the development ofthe mineral
prospects of the Province, We all say
that ' we know that this iB one of the
greatest precious mineral countries on
earth,'but when Mr. Capital says.
'Ah, indeed; I am glad to hear thnt.
Let me see���how mnny dividend payers have you? ' we find we are not prepared to enumerate very many."
Four Nights Only-Commencing
Wednesday   Next  August 29th
First Appearance in  Nelson of the
Australian Comedy Company
Direct from the Antipodes.
At grrat expense this company has been organized it. Australia to tour Canada
and South Afiicu.    Wednesday next, August 29th, will lie produced
u special  adaptation  of  Alphinsc Handel's  famous work
"SAPHO"
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points.
Connects at  Meyer's  Falls  with
stage daily for Republic,   and  connects at Bossburg with stage   daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Lkavk. Day Traiu. Amuvk.
10.35 a.m Spokane 7:10 p.m,
12:05 p. m I li and and  5.30 p.m.
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NOTIOE.
1 PURSUANT to tho "Creditors' Tniil Deed*
Act," und Atnt'iidiiiK Act**, .'in! thu Trustees' and Kxecutors' Act, St-cUnnn 83 to Sl
inclusive���
Notice is hereby (liven tlm. I. as itdnilnlHtra-
tor of thOttftatOof ThoinHh lllchardrion, in IiIh
lifetitno of llh-cillcwaet, in tho County of
Kootenay, lintel keOfier, deceiiHod, havo (lied In
the Vancouver Uovtisiry of the Supremo Court
of Ilritirih Columbia, a declaration that the
m.t\ Mtatfl is in-uftlt-ient for the payment in
full of the drlii- und liabilities uf the Maid
Thomas l_u.hartW>ii.
All Dorwmil bavins claims a^Most tho estate
of the said Thomas Kliha'dson, who havo not
already llU'd with me full particulars of the
-amo ifuly verified, logethor with the particulars of neeuritict., if auy, held by thorn, are
raqulrod to do so l>efore thu 1-t day of October
next.
Notice Is hereby further Kivcn that after the
IkI day of October next the administrator, as
trustee, will proceed to distribute tbe proceeds
of the trust estate among tho parties --nut led
thereto, having regard only to the claims of
which he 'hen has notice, anil that ho will not
be liable for the proceeds of the trust estate, or
any iiart thereof, ��o distributed, to anv person
nf whoM' .li. i tn he had not not ice at thc time of
tbe distribution.
Notice la horob] Riven Lhat a meeting of the
creditors of the wild Thomas Hiehanlson will
hr held in the Court Houh�� at Kor! Bteulu,
11,('., on Monday, the 21th day of Scptoml>er,
A. D. L900, at the hour of oue o'clock in the
afternoon*.
Paled  at   Kurt Steele. H. ('., this  Kith day of
J. F. AIEMSTKOX.1,
Official Administrator.
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requiring Legislative consideration,
hut ii Is the truth nevertheless that
the country Is taking little Interest in
the proceed!ng
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��lad to see the Legislature prorogue. QntntltlM. Also oast off clotting.
8 Oall  and  see  me  or write.   Address
The
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Atlantic S. S. Lines
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WINES, LIQUORS, and OIGAR8.
FRANK   . . TAMBLYN. M. ��� *--
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Bakor St., Nelson, B. C.
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Nurse K'1' wants situation,
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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,
Successor to Fred J. Squire-
F.J. SQUIRE. MANAGER Nelson  Dah.v Miner,  5atur__ay.  Evening,   August 25,  1900
A SQUARE FIGHT.
Un,nl_.��US Oplnlon"7__t"Last Night's Plohl
Was on tho Square.
New York, Aug. 25.-Thut the fight
between Fltzslmmons nnd Sharkey
last night was "on the square,    Is the
l,iin������s opinion of all the New
Vl���.l< morning papers and most of the
reputable  sporting   men   who    wit-
ui'ssod it. ,      ,
Charley White, who reforeed the
bout, when seen this morning sad:
"The light was on the level, though
Bhort it was the best mill I ever saw
���,���, the best men. The blow tbat
lillo,Ued Fit/. '���<��������" "as a trifle too
h���h to be effective. When the end
cams Sharkey stood the ruin of blows
li'uothestoieheis. When nearly gone
FiUgothls famous left hook to the
law nud th"t won the light. Fits*
Simmons is right in line for a return
match for the championship,
pitwlmmons said when interviewed:
1 -iknew all along that! would wm,
but really 1 did not think I would do
H so quickly. I expected that Sharkey would lust about Ave rounds. I
was In the best condition of my life.
Sharkey can hit harder than Ruhlin
and is a game fellow." When asked
about his plans, Fit/, said: "I nn. going to take a rest. If tbey give me
enough money I think 1 shall be ready
to fight .llm Jeffries some time in the
next six months."
SWarkcy accepted his defeat good
naturedlv. "It was just ll case of hard
luck," said he, "but that is one of
the fortunes of war. Fit/, is a wonderful fighter for a man of his age.
He landed blows on me so fast that I
didn't know how to light him at all.
What are my plans?   Well, I mean to
work my way to the top again. I um
still young and Strong." Sharkey snid
he believed Fit/, would whip Jeffries
when Ihey light.
The fight between Hie two heavy
weights was short and sharp us Fits*
siinmons put Sharkey out in the
second round with a left on the jaw-
after having sent him to the lloor
twice before in tlie same round, Sharkey coming up each time groggier.
Sharkey rushed the lighting at the
first bell but seemed loo wild to bind
effectively und Fit/, displayed great
Coolness and evidently waited his
cliance to put his man out. lie was
only too anxious to settle accounts for
tlie way in which lie was treated in
Ids fight witli Sharker in California
four years ago.
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THE  MINER
3 Now offers his complete works in prose
II        and verse at a low price and on easy
j? terms.   But the offer must
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THE  AUTHORIZED  EDITION.
SPECIAL  FEATURES:
Each volume bears the author's autograph and sign-token.
This is the only edition with the biography by Prof. Chas. Eliot Norton.
Decorations by Mr. Lockwood Kipling, the author's father.
Bound 'n dark green English cloth.
Printed handsomely on good paper and illustrated.
THE AUSTRALIAN COMEDY GO.
BOER TREACHERY.
An Instance of How ttio Boers Abused the
White Floo.
The following extract from a Lonilon paper, Illustrative of tin' treachery of tlm Boors is especially inter*
eating since tin- dastardly trick was
played upon some members of Strath-
con*. Horse,
Paardekop, Aug. 4.��� Parties of the
iMieniT continue to roam about tin*
country bordering tlie railway. They
arc evidently afraid after tbe Sugar-
Wh Incident to attack trnins proceeding to Pretoria daily, and tbeir
reluctance .Impllflea tbe situation considerably, Three young men who
worked the enemy's pom-pom with
the force reported north of Paardekop
deserted and reached onr Hues yesterday. Au aot of treachery on the
part of the Hoers occurred a few days
*go. A party of the enemy sent a
messenger to the officer commanding
at   Waterfall,   notifying him of 11_��-ir-
Wllllngnesa tu surrender, hut objecting to conic Into camp, as tbey preferred to make a show of being captured. Fifteen of Strathcona's Horse
went to the allotted place. The ollicer took the precaution to approach
the house Which bad lieen selected as
a rendezvous in extended order, and
it was well that be did no. for tbo
Boeraopened lire.   Three native seouts
1" front were shot, one being killed
ami Iimi wounded, when within fifty
fSTdl of the house. At the same
time it Sergeant was culled on to surrender on tbe right He vehemently
replied, "Never," and turned his
horse round,   The IWrs  Bred,  and
Ihe Sergeant was killed on the spill, a
bullet piercing bis heart. A trooper
Who waa wounded was found next
<"���>' by a patrol. Thirteen of thu
���ssmy imd surrendered at the same
place the previous day.
SPECULATOR BONDED.
w��" Known Mines In slocan secured by J.
Frank Gallom.
Slocan City, Aug. J ..���The Bpocula*
J�� group on Bprlnger (reek   has been
bonded to 3.   Krnnk Oallom for one
Jwir for 185,000,    The   group consists
Mthe Speculator, Mineral  Mountain.
Ms fraction!  Empire and WesUlde
"'"��"��.     The    property   adjoins   thc
*"h_gton, the Hrst three claims bcl_g
un the lead running Into that noted
mine,
Those Interested   in the deal  are:
Klrkwood, who owns tbe   major
Wlonofthe   (-roup;   T.   Kllpatrlck,
*''Rwelstoke | c.   ,.;. Bmltherlngale,
[JsPrivilege Is given   to   raise tin
"'ua ��l any time, hills of sale of tin
*'tt'i  being beld   In   cserew   in tin
* nk W Mwitrcal in Nelson,
Direct From the Antipodes Will Appear Hero
and Produco "Sappho" for the First Time.
On  Wednesday,   Thursday,   Friday
and Sat unlay next the above company
will play a season of four nights. The
personnel of the company includes
Miss George Elliott, who bus heen especially engaged as leading lady for
this tour. She is well known to Eastern audiences, having heen associated
with many stars. Including Modjcska,
In the season of 1898*9. Miss Madge
Corcoran, one of the most beautiful
women on the Australian Btage, and a
talented actress, who has earned unstinted praise with the famoUsBrOUgh
_ Bouolcault ('(impany. Frank Thornton's Knglish Comedy Conipany, Williamson .- Musgrove's Company, etc
Miss Annie Qlrard, a brilliant and accomplished actress, who is recognized
as undoubtedly one of the most pleasing and original artists on the American stage, Miss Rose Standi-h, tho
clever little Ingenue of the company,
will he sure to become Sgreat favorite
during the company's stay.   Mr, Alee.
Cochrane, one of Australia's most
prominent actors, and leading man
of this organisation,   who.    during
the   season   of     ls'.il-ii   toured   on   a
starring engagement through South
Africa, and leading man with lYanl
Thornton's, Charles Arnold's Jennli
l.ee's Comedy Companies, and Hilda
Strong's Shakespearean Conipany.
Probably no other actor of Mr. Cochrane'- age oan lay claim to so varied
and valuable experience. Mr. Herbert
,limes of eastern fume. who. during
his lengthy Stage career, has heen
connected with such eminent people as
Joseph Jefferson, Edwin Booth, Nat
C, Qoodwln, Roland Heed. Modjcska,
Dion Bouolcault, and has played at
different periods with Charles l'Yoh-
man's New York attractions.    Mr. \Y,
.1. Townshead was assootated for a
considerable length of time with the
great Geo, Kignuhlof Henry V. fame,
with   whom   he   made   his   debut  in
Australia In   that   histrionic   play,
some ten years ago- Mr. Percy Ward.
a noted Australian character actor
and comedian, for many years connected with the leading firms of Australia, Including Brough & Boulcault
Company, has also achieved great BUO"
cess in America. Mr. Joseph Sydney.
an immensely popular Australian light
Comedian,   is   the possessor  of   a  re-
_i.,
scanned the map with an exceedingly
careful eye, and after considering the
matter for several moments placed
bin fingers mi the page and said,
"well, sir, there is the "Hudson's
Bay"- and Nelsun should lie some
place around."
Mr.
..nirkably    line   baritone   voice.
Charles Waldron, is a   eastern   aclnr.
who has been associated witb many of
America's stars.
A mail can talk as be likes when his
wife is ic ay on a visit.
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"Why,  I ask you," vociferated   the
calamity-shrieking orator, "are they
having bread riots in Honduras'.1"
"Maybe they've >rot tired of bananas,"  hazarded  an earnest-looking
auditor.
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The older a man gets tbe more he
laments because of tlie things he hasn't dune.
��   ��   ��
Some men are lions in   society   and
bears at home,
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Cord Brougham was the author of a
rather sharp practical joke, the victim being tbe London Times. Tbe
editor of that paper was a particular
enemy of the great statesman, and it
occurred to the latter that it would
be a good joke to give out that he was
dead, and see what, kind of an obituary notice tlle great London newspaper would give, Lord Brougham was
travelling in tho provinces at the time,
ind tbe report of his death was soon
circulated.    A   representative   of   the
Times called at bis lordship's residence to verify the rumor.   There  he
was assured that tbe report was indeed true, and was shown the coffin
and pall, whieh bud already lieen laid
mil. The next day tin' Times appeared with ii notice of Brougham's death,
in which   the  statesman's  life  and
character were depicted  iu   the   most
virulent terms,   It was very little satisfaction to Lord Brougham   when,   a
few days later, he  exacted an   abject
apology from the editor.
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Troubles are like babies:  they grow
larger hy nursing,
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They say  that   Richard    Hording
Davis iu coining home from South
Afrier a much less ardent admirer of
all things liritisli than be went. The
worst, of these little impressions is
that they are likely to lie mutual.
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Apropos of that open door, it doesn't
Seem to have lieen such hard work for
the Allies to Peek in after all.
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teller for information.
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Suporiutun.loni of Branches, and Becn.lary, \V. B, Torrance, Halifax.
ItiHpuclor, W. K. Brook, Halifax.
liiHpuctor 1). M. Stewart, Montroal,
Itrmir.lteHl
Nova ftenlU-Hulifax Branch, AnUgonlsli, Hrldtfewator, Gnynboro. I/ondondorry, Lnnerilmrg.
MniUnnd (Hants Co.), Pit.lou.   Port llawkotdmry, Sydney. EuubooaoMLle, Trnro, Weymouth
New BrunHwIe.W���Hathurwt,   l)orehenter,  Krcilerlelon, Kingston (Kent Co.l, Monctoii,  New
eantlo,Snckville, Woodstock.    P. B�� IhIhiiiI���Cliarlottetown, SuminerHido.   i|urhrr   Mtmtreal
iCity Offloe), Montreal. West End (Cor. Notre Dame and Seigneurs street*); \\. ��� 1 .��� icor.
Ureono Avenue and Ht.  Catharines   Street.   Ontario-Ottawa,   "s. ���.. i.mmi iu,,*i   St. John'*
Cuba, West ladles��� Havana. Iiilleri HlnlrH���Now York (If! KxthaiiKO Plane) Republic, Wanh
BRANCHJKH IN BHITI8H COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
���rorrrfipon.lri.tr. i
Canada���Merchant,-* Hank of Canada.   Itimlon-National Shawnmt llnnk.   ���riilrni.n -AmtrloS
Nulional   Hank*   Han  I'mnelneo���Kirst National  Hank,    l.<niriont I.lift. - Hank of   Scotland.
TarlN, I'ranee-Credit Lvoiiiiais.   Iteriuuriti   Hank of Horniudi..   China antl Japan    Mm..
Koiik mid Shanghai ltank ink t'oriioratton.
Ueneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, lite, Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.    Inteicst allowed  on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo, Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
and
Soo Line
THE    WM.    HAMILTON   HANUrACTURING    CO
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH. ONTARIO.
CANADA.
FLASH LIGHTS. I
A small school boy, who was on his
my home jrastorday afternoon, was
carrying a scribbler on the bach oi
whirl, wiih printed a highly colored
map of tha Dominion of Canada,     He
*aa ini-t  by ��� P��*��' u>'- "'"'Ki",
������\v.il. my lad,can yon l""1" ""l '"
ma on  that m_i>, where Nelson   s
iltnttod?"  The well instructed pnpn
SANGUINE OF SUCCESS.
Windsor, Ont., Ang. SB.���The Independence nf Canada party of Windsor
aro iiuil<lii(* preparations for the coming political campaign, Officers have
been elected and loaders of thf party
���tatethal they will have a strong
candidate to contest North Essex,
Tbey profess to be sanguine ol huc-
cess.
l^ooijis ai)d  O^iccs lo Rei>l
Apply   io   ihe
islelsoi) Eleclric TraipWaiJ Co-
corner Joaephlije aifA Vernon Sireel��.
FAMOUS
iniperia)     Liipited
SERVICE
East   and   West
l-'iist Class Sleepers on all trains from
\ mniw 11 km 1 ash Kootknay Lakdtko
Tourist Cars p��km Med'clne Hat
dally for hi. Paul) Saturdays lor
Montreal mnl Bostons Mondays ami
Thursdays for Toronto, Buns riirs
pass Itoveistoke our day earllfFi
CONNECTIONS.
7:lii l,v Nelson Ar 10:88
16:80 l.v Nelson Ar 18*48
Morning train dally for ami fiom
Rom 1 iiikI.  uml   fm    ItiA, i.iiil.���,..   main
line and Paolflc Coast,
Afternoon train daily for ami from
KuhhIiiiiiI  and from Revelatoke, main
line    anil    Paoiflo   r,.n i    ami    daily
(ezcepl Snmiay i fm- nnd fnnn Boundary points,
li-ln l.v I M I. ��� f Ar 1940
(Ex 8  I   N"1"""  I (KxSnnl
For and fiooi Handon, Slocan points,
Revelstoke,  main   line   and   Pacific
Coast,
Kootenay i.akk Kaslo Routb.
ilOxHuii)     Btr Kokanee     (Ka Bun)
lOlOO l.v Ni-lmin Ar UtOO
Suliirdny to Ai'Ki'iiia and rrliirn.
leaving Kaslo stSOwk.
KOOTBNAY  RlVKB ROUTB,
Dnily    HUh iMovin nnd Ntlwrn     Daily
_���_::��) l.v 'Ni'Ihoii Ar 2M
Oonneots at Kootaoay bimling with
Crow's Ni'hI I.iui' i nn nn.
Kor rntea, ticki'lJi aud full information  apply  to  Depot or  City Agent,
Kelson, B, ('.. or
W. Y. ANDKltflON, K.J.COYI.K,
Ti_t. I'm Ago.. A  I). P. A_n.t,
Nalmn V��noco����r
A. R. BARROW, a m ' ok
Provincial   Land  Surveyor.
Oorner Viotoria nnil Kootenay 8t_.
P. 0. Boi D6B. Telephone No. ��5
11! I    '
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Nelson Daily Minbr,  Saturday  Evening,  Aucust 25, 1900.
LOCAL __WD
PERSONAL
wife
Born - On tho 34th Inst, to
nf I'. ('. Crossklll, n Bon.
Tho Nelson Juniors play the Rossland Stars baseball at 3 o'olook this
afternoon.
s. M. -Irydges lins been appointed
receiver to settle up the partnership
business uf Drs. Lallan and forln,
Mr_. Croffott, of Nelson, who underwent an operation at the General
Hospital this morning Is doing woll.
Mr. C. 11. Eshhaugh, of Rossland,
district manager for tbo International
Correspondence Schools at Soranton,
Pennsylvania, is ln town for n day or
two.
The Nelson football team has received u ehallengo from the Grands
Forks team. The challenge will be
accepted and the game will be played
in Nelson nn Labor Day, September 3,
The Nelson intermediate basehall
team will play the Rossland team at
the recreation grounds at 3|30 tomorrow afternoon, Thc Rossland hoys
will arrive In .Nclsnn tomorrow morning.
Mr. H. \V. Day, administrator for
James Kelly, deceased, has disposed
of one-half of the livery stable business of Kelly * Steeper to 11. 9.
Steeper for 83,500, Mr. Steeper takes
ucr all the assets of the business and
pays all liabilities,
The mining records for today are as
follows: Transfers���From A. 9. Herman to 11. S. Slnkson, l-:i Interest is
Pearl for a nominal consideration.
Locations -Copper King, s miles from
Nelson by Joseph Duhamel. Certificates of work���To F. I'.. Blaokherger
on Director; to W.W.Keeoh on Merry
I). : to \V. F. Hornshoe on Pomery, to
the National Gold and silver Mining
Company on the Ajax.
Messrs. Taylor and llaiininj*. >n,
have been successful in bringing about
a settlement of the suit of Barttlet vs.
Minnesota silver Company out of
Court. Mr. Barttlet was suelng the
company for the balance due him   for
bis services as architect, upon the con-
centra tor which was constructed at
the Ivanhoo Mine at Sandon, The
amount WHS 8800. The company set-
t li-il by paying over .'.mil nnil all costs.
The jury has been withdrawn.
The blockade on the Canadian Paoiflo track, near Bonnlngton Falls,
which was caused by ihe wreck yesterday morning, wns completely
cleared away at 2:30 this morning,
The engine of the freight train was
moved I" Slocan Junction, ami wiih
brought t" Nelson this afternoon, The
engine of thc worl; train was brought
to the city last evening, The regular
train this morning went out on time,
The loss to the company will be but
slight.
Have Mel'.clh. of Nelson, has eon-
trnctcil with the London Consolidated
Qold Fields and Exploration Co, for
the construction of a wagon road from
Crawford Kay to Canyon Creek, a distance of ten miles. The road is to be
built for thc purpose of bringingoutore
from thc company's property, the Silver Hill mine situated on Canyon
(reek. It will also pass several other
properties. Mr. Mclieth will leave on
Monday for the scene of operations,
lie will employ about fifty men on
the work.
The Nelson Business College has announced the opening of its fall term
on Monday next ut rooms li and 7,
Victoria lilock. The school which is
in a thriving condition is an institution which can be highly recommended to ill 1 young men and women seeking a business education, It is presided over by a corps of competent instructors who arc thoroughly versed in
the different blanches taught and who
can be relied upon Intake great interest iu all those  coming   under   their
care.
A meeting ofthe Nelson Liberal Association was held last night I'1 elect
delegates to attend the Provincial convention to he held at Kevelstoke, September .'ith. Those who were elected
are: \V. A. (lalliber. John Klinnei'-
iniin. .1. II. Malheson, .1. A. Gibson,
.s. S. Taylor. T. Madden, VV. A. Mae-
Lean and James Mcl'hee : alternates.
A. M.Johnson, K. Hurry. VV, A. Mar*
tvn. Hr. Arthur 1 11. J, Macdonald,
During the meeting a communication
from Ilewitl Bostock,the present member for this riding, was read and stated that Mr. linstock intended to witb
draw from the field,
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Nelson Business College
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Fall Term Begins Monday, Sept. 3rd, 1900
�����������������������
The proper place to acquire a thorough, working knowledge of BUSlneSS EdUCatlOtt, which
is essential to business success, is in an institution
where competent instructors devote the whole ol
their time to imparting this knowledge lo the
students.
The practical work of this school is already
well known to some of thc people of this thriving,
progressive city. We are keeping abreast of the
demands of the times, which call for first class, well
qualified Bookkeepers, Stenographers, etc.
Young men and women will find it profitable to
attend this school.  Day and Evening Classes
always in session.
Private lessons in Penmanship, etc. may be
arranged for at hours to suit the convenience of
those unable to attend the regular classes.
Rooms -6 and 7 Victoria Block, Josephine Street.
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A Last Glance
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Holy City," Mrs. Caldwell: male
quartette, "Nearer My trod to Thee."
Nelson Male Quartettes mixed quartette, "Arise For Thy Light is Come. "
A morning service will be held at 11
o'clock. Everybody iB cordially invited.
The Superintendent of Baptist Missions in Hritish Columbia, Rev. 1". II.
McKwen of New Westminster, will
preach in the Baptist Church tomorrow. "A Lesson Book for the Angels"
will be the morning subject, "Seeking
the Lost," for tbe evening.
BOBBED THE GRAVE.
A atnrlling incident of which Mr. John
Oliver, of Philadelphia, wns the Bubject,
is related by liim as follows: "I was in
n most ilrenilful condition. My skin wns
almost yellow, eyes Bitukeu, tongue coated, pain continually iu buck and Bide, no
appetite -gradually growing weaker day
by day. Three physicians had giveu me
n p. Fortunately a friend nil vised trying
���Elcclri. Bitters:'uml to my gnat joy
and surprise the lirst bottle made a decided improvement. I ooutinued tbeir
use for three weeks uud am now a well
mnn. 1 know tbey saved my life and
robbed the grave ot nnotber victim. No
oue should fail to try tbem. Ouly 50
els., guaranteed, at Giuiuila Drug aud
Hook Store.
Spring ohicken nnd all tbe delioaniHH
nf the season served to you when yon
visit Florence Park Hotel at Roberta'
Ranch, two and a half miles up the
river.    W. V. Roberts, propiietor.
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
A.ERATBD AND MINKKAL WATKUS
rpHOKPK A CO. Limited���Corner Vernon
JL and Cedar eJtreote, NoIbou���Manufuolur*
en. of and wholesalo dealers In aeratod waters
und fruit Byrupe, SoloogenU for Halcyon Hoi
Springs mineral waler.   Telephone (W.
NKLSON SODA WATER FACTORY-
K. M. Cummins, Lessee--Kvery known
variety of sofL drinks. 1' o liox 88. Telephone
No. 31, Hoover Street. Nelson. Bottlers of t lie
Ltmous SL. Leon Hot Spring* Mineral Water.
We have just received another large shipment of Fall Goods and there are more on thc
road. Hefore wc can arrange to place them rf\
where the public may see them we must clear f\\
out the last of our Summer Stock, lodo this ((\
we trive you this last chance of purchasing at (f\
ff\
our Bargain Prices:
Two dozen Blouses;   regular price 75c and $1.00;   to be sold, each,
be
at.
40c
50c
75c
Five dozen Blouses;   regular  price  $1.25, $1.40 and $1.50;   to
sold, each, at	
Four dozen Blouses;  regular price $1.75  and $2.00;  to be sold,
each,   at	
Three dozen Wrappers, good  fitting and good  patterns;  regular
price $ 1.so, $2.50 and $3.00; to be sold at.... Exactly Half Price
One dozen Ladies' Summer Skirts;  regular price $4.50; to be sold,
each,   at      S2.25
These articles must be sold.   That is why
ARCHITECTS
CANE & MACDONALD UL Cane, James
A. Macdonald)���Architects and superintendents, Broken Hill Block, corner linker and
Ward streets. Nelson.
CIGARS
Ki
CO.--Manufacturers of the Royal Seal
and  Kootenay   Hello   cigais,
olllee, linker Street, Nelson.
rOOTKNAV CIGAR MANUFACTURING
i! Royal Seal
Factory   and
to
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a-   we are determined to sacrifice them at the above /j\
Xfc Prices.
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COMMISSION MKRCIIANTS
If J. EVANS & CO.���Baker Street, Nol-
1 _ son���Wholesale dealers iii liquors, cl-
gara, cement, lire brick and lire day, Water
pipe and .led rails,and general commission
merchant:*..
'BUTE RIBBON TEA IS DELICIOUS."
Patenaude Bros.
Manufacturing Jewellers and
Engravers.
FRUITS AND CONFECTIONER*
J   A. M'DONALD- Maddon Hloek Nelson-
���   Fruits, ice cream, "G, ti." euocolotos.
high class confectionery,   leo Cream Parlors.
GRAIN. HAY AND CEREALS
BRACKMAN-KER MILLING CO., Ltd.-
Wholesale and retail dealers in grain,
hay. Hour, feed. Mills at. Victoria, New Westminster; Edmonton, Alto. Elevators on Cal
gttry and Edmonton Railway. Manufacturer!
of the celebrated ti. He EC. brand cereals.
Martin O'Reilly St Co.
Holisioi)  piock, Paker Street.
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GROCERIES
We are now prepared to make anything in tha line <>f Jewelry, suoh as
Hint*., Pins, ('bains, Lockets, Heals,
ete. Send ua old jewelry nnd we will
remodel or make it up in new und
up-to-date styles.
We buy old Rbld und silver.
Patenaude Bros.
NELSON.  B.C.
A MACDONALD & Co.-Corner Kront
��� and Hall bt reels���Wholesale grocers
and jobbers in blankets, gloves, mills, boots,
rubbers. maoktnaWS and miners' sundries*
LUMBER
XTKLSON HAW AND PLANING M1LL-
_1_N Ollice corner Hall and front Streets,
poison���Lumber, ceiling, flooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes. Get our
pricos.   Correspondence solicited'
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
X)  BURNS & Co.���Baker Btreet, Neteon���
���   Wholesale dealers in fresh and cured
meaU.   Cold Wtoragc.
WEST   KOOTKNAY    BUTCHER   00.-
Baker street. Nelson���Wholesale deal
_r. in fresh and cured meats.
MISCELLANEOUS
Advertisements Innortod under this head at
tho rate of ono cent a word per Insertion. No
advertisement taken for loss than MomiU.
CHURCH NOTICES.
Thr Metlinilisl choir la to bo re*or*
ganlzed under the leadership of Mr.
<i. I.. Lennox, who lias, been asked by
tIk- Trustees to undertake the task,
A preliminary meeting for thai pur-
po . v. ;i Iii Id lost evening'. Mr, Lennox is well known as a leader of experience   :in<! ability and should havo
im difficulty in   h ring :i strong and
efficient   choir.   On Hunday Mr. Fred
Smith, late "i Manchester, Eng,. will
"There   Is   ��   Oreen   lllll  Par
Away," dm Ing the evening lervlce,
���������| he PrcRenl Age" �� ill bo the sub-
|ei 1 ol Rev. v. m,  Munroe's ser 1 al
.   10   tomorrow   ulght   at  the Opera
Ilouie,     'lb.  following  will  be the'house,    Running water
juuiic  for  thi:  evening 1   Solo, "Ihe Newling. MfcWMJWti
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.
Permanently removed by the
electric needle. The manager
of the Chicago Electrolysis
Co., a graduate electrician, is
in Nelson for a limited space
of time. Persons afflicted
with this blemish should nol
fail to take advantage of this
opportunity of being cured.
References given. Room 18,
Hume 1 lotel.
BOARD AND  ROOMS.
MRS. HKII.I.Y, who  him taken over
tin'   house  on   Ward   Btreet  just
above ihe Post Office, will give board
und rooms.    Several choice rooms still
unoccupied. T__ro_ reasonable
WANTKI) -To rent,  a   small   house,
furnished   01    partially  so,     State
terms, which must be moderate.   Apply ������ 0. S ," Miner olllee.
TO HKNT   New bouse on Oarbonate
street, between Wind and Josephine
Streets. Apply to K. McGregor, Carbonate .Street.
FIRST  OL ASS   room   and   hoard  in
private family, (6.60 ami *)ti.   Table
board it.   Oarbonate Street,  second
bouse eiiHt of .Innrpliiiie.
FOR   SAI.K  0HEAP���Large  house
nil 11) acres opposite Nelson.    Fowl
Apply 0.
HARDWARE Ss MINING
Sf 1TLIES
Bakor
AWKKNUK HAKDWAKB CO
.uio it
Bportlng good
L__.
Strc.l,   Nelsun ��� V\ liolcwilo  dsalais in
hardware, miners' Buppltes,
etc,
M'l.M'HI.AN PROS. (Successor*, to Van-
oouvor HardwaroCo, Ltd.) Bakor titreet.
Nulson - u tiolesolo doalora in hardware uml
 nn Buppllos, pluntbors1 nud tinsmiths' sup-
plies.
N1CL30N
paints, ollfi and RlhBB; tnoohaojos' loot
HARDWABE   CO,
. . oils null glhBB; lnecl
AkouIm foi Ontivri. Powdor Work
WholoBalo
itos1 tools,
tj iminile
LIQUORS AND DHV GOODS
rpURNKB, BBKTON &('". Cornor Vornon
X and ,loMi|ihino Streets, Nolson W'hclo-
huIo dealers iu liquors,olgars,and drygoods,
AKonts for Paint Brewing Oo. ol Milwaukee
and Calgary Browing Co ol Calgary.
C.W.WEST&CO.
Coal and Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's   Nest   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -    -    $9.65
DELIVERED.
No older  can lie accepted  unless
accompanied by cosh.
Office Corner Hall nnd linker Streela.
TELEPHONE 88.
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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.
EVERY   DAY
-AT THE���
CLUB HOTEL.
HUDSON'S HAY Co.   Wholesale gpooflrloa
mnl liquors etc*, Bakor Btroot, Nolson!
CIALIFORNIA WINBCOMLlmltod-Cornor
j Front and Hall Htroots, NqIboii Wholesalo dualerw in wines (caso niul liulk), tuiil
domobttc und Imported olgars.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & KRUITB
J  Y, GRIFFIN k CO, -Cornor Vernon and
���  Josephine Btroets, Nelson ��� wiioio-nio
denlerH in iirov-nionw, curod niuai_, butter and
OKgH.
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Nkijbon H. (!.
A Boarding and Day School conducted by
the sinters of St. Joseph of Peace, It is hILu-
ated at t __��oorner of Mill and Josephine stroets-
In one of the best residential pun inns of Nelson t  ami Ih easily  aOOOSSlblo  from  all parti
of tho oity*
Tho oonrBB of study Lnoludos the fundatnon*
tal and hi^lier branches of a IIiuioukIi KiiKlirfli
pducation.     BUStnOHl    OOUrSQ     Hnokkcepfng,
Stenography and Typewriting.  Bclenoo course
���MiiHie, Vocal and IiHtrunientul; Drawing,
etc���Plain and Art Needlework; Calisthenics,
etc.
Kor tonus an* nartieularH apply
wunoHnr.
Big Schooner
Beer or Hall-and-llalf ouly
10c
ALWAYS FKBSH AND COOK
The only Rood Beer in Nelson.
Cor. Stanloy and Silicn Street..
_l) CURRAN, Prop
Economy Is Wealth
Yon  cannot   make  money  easier  than
by   saving   it   on    FOOTWEAR.
We fit your feet and your pocketbook
also.    You can only judge the value of
our low prices when you see the splendid
footwear we give you.
Call today  and  economize.
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LILLIti BROS.
The Sboeistg
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We Have Sold 75 Per Cent of 411 the
Portland Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay
and Sewer Pipe
TJBed in the Kootenay
Jnat Beoeived���Oarload
Dominion  Ai.e and  Porter
Dominion  White  Label  Ale
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REINHARD,    M. D.
GENERAL   PRACTICE.
Specialty ���   Eye, Ear and Nose.
onice:   Baker Btreet, neat Fraternity
Hall.   Telephone No. 44.
CRUCIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch diani. $]8.50pet UK) feet
delivery
For
Nelsou
immediate
apply.
J. 0. T. CROFTS,
��. O. BOX 676, Nelson, B. C
F, O. GREKN        F. S. CLEMENTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
P. O. Box 1.5 Helron, B. C.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan 011 Htraiaht MortgaRe.
Apply to G. U LENNOX, Baker St,,
Nolson,
(la pints and quarts)
(pints and quarts)
This is the finest Ale brewed in Canao*.
Dominion   Bulk  Ale
li*  15-gallon  kegs)
Teacher's  Scotch   Whisky
1b still the best
��        H. J. EVANS & CO.
X NELSON,  It. C.
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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
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