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Daily Edition   No - 761
Nelson, British Columhia, Sunday, June 24, 1900.
Tenth Year
THE ALLIES REPULSED
Attempt to Relieve Tien Tsin Fails-Chinese
Artillery Drives Allies Back-Another
Attempt to Be Made.
Foreig
ners  in Tien Tsin Make  Gallant
Defense���Alarming Reports From
Pekin of Conditions There.
(BV ASSOCIATED I'llKSS.)
London, Jnue 24,��� 3;20 a.m.���Tbe
only diapatohes from China received
laat night are those which give further
details of the repulse nf Thursday's attempt to relieve Tien Tsin.
According to a despatch from Cho
Poo, hordes of Chinese with well-posted
artillery hloek the way of the American
and Russian forces.
The guns of tbe allies could make
no impression and it was found impossible to shift the enemy's position.
Nothing could be done except to fall
back aud this was accomplished in
good order.
It was ascertained that the foreigners In Tien Tsin were making a gallant defense. The French Cousnlate
buildings had Wen vigorously attacked and In all probability have
been reduced to ashes.
After the foroe retired an armored
train attempted to reoonooiter but was
derailed. More troops are arriving at
Taku and another attempt at relief with
a foroe of much greater strength waa to
have been made last night.
The Chinese Legation nt Berlin reserved another telegram last (Saturday)
night stating than all tbs legations iu
I'ekiu were intact and tbe Foreign Mill-
inters at that place were all safe.
V. Norman and Rev. 0. Robinson of
Yung 1'liing have lieen killed by the
Boxers, who tortured and finally disembowelled tbsm. It is also reported
that a large number of French and
Germans have been surrnnuilert ami
slain.
A large force nf marines have been
hastened to the scene of the rioting,
this time at Ihe request of the Emptors
Dowager, who seems at Inst thoroughly cowed at the extent of the mischief
she has wrought by her vnecilafiug
policy.
At hist accounts the number of marines landed was as follows: Japanese,
100; Americans, 186] British, 15(1;
Piuuch, IHO; Russians, 108, and Italians, 41).
Of the naval vessels report edat Taku
as yet only one is American. Tlie Japanese have sent of their swiftest cruisers.
Unless the Empress Dowager, who
is China's etil genius, and all her following are removed, dismemberment
will have to he faced, whereas, if the
Emperor were restored to unrestricted
power, it is predicted Hint Ihe tenilile
problem would he solved in a month.
London, June 23.���Matters in China
appear to have reached nearly the
climax of seriousness, judging from
thia morning's news. The anuouuee-
uieut that Prince Tuan has assumed
active command of the Chinese troops,
and the bombarding of Tien Tsin,
seems conclusive evidence that the
Dowager Empress has declared war on
the combined European Powers, and
that, the whole military strength of
China is to be employed in behalf of
the Boxers.
It is considered significant that the
Chinese merchants of Shanghai are
realizing on their effects iu specie ami
retiring into the interior. Evidently
they anticipate a spread of the trouble,
consequently It is argued that the
forts at Woo Sung should be sel/.ed hy
the International forces In view of the
possible eventualities.
At Pekin the Chinese number at
least fifteen thousand Inside the city,
Their emissaries surrounded the for
eign quarters and set fire to the building. The Chinese gnns are being
worked steadily from the walls of the
native city. The Consulates are being
destroyed. Foreigners Hock to the
town hall. The assistance of reinforcements la Implored, The Russians
are now entrenching in tbe depot.
They are resisting the advance which
the enemy is making (n overwhelming
numbers.
No word has been received from
Admiral Seymour, and It is feared
that the relief column -fared badly.
There Is an exodus of foreigners from
the Yang Tse Kiang to Shanghai and
Japan. Many consider Shanghai unsafe owing to the absence of foreign
troops.
Yokohama, June 8th, via Viotoria,
Jnne 88.��� The latest telegrams ssy
that the Boxers are carrying things
with a high hand and that they are
being eonntenaoed by ths so-called
Conservatives at Pekin, wbo cherish
tha insane Idea- that foreigners will be
frightened ont of the whole "
by   the formidable   number
Hong Kong. June 33.��� The British
transport llllilolig, wilh 12 Sappers
aud LOOP tons of stores and ammunition, leaves here Immediately for
Takn. The British Cruiser Pique
ami the torpedo boat destroyer Bart
sailed for Shanghai Wednesday. The
British gunboat Redpole has sailed
suddenly   for   Canton.     The   steamer
Yaletta has bexfn detained by the
British Nnval aulhorilies. She was
taking arms north.
bombarded for several days liy the
Chinese. Lieutenant Wright of our
Navy and ISO others of the white real
dents, marines and sailors sent up In
our assistance were killed or wounded.
Thu  American Consulate building has
been destroyed and the ammunition is
id l nos I. gone, Tho garrison are suffering terribly and need help,
Washington, I). C, June 2:1.���The
Navy Department this morning received an important despatch from
Admiral Kempff stating that nn engagement is now in progress between
Hie United States marines and other
forces against the Chinese army outside of Tien Tsin.
UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS.
the
Berlin. June 23.���The Chinese Minister here today informed the Foreign
Office that the (iurmaii Minister al
Peliin who wus reported to have been
killed by the Boxers was safe and
well.
Kiel, June 2;t.���A rumor is current
in naval circles here that a German
cruiser Iibs forced one Chinese ship
ashore and captured another, and that
I wenl y Clinics.- were killed.
Oh.6 Foo, June 2fl.���A despatch from
New Chwaiig,al;the head of the (iulf of
Lino Tung, snys: "Foreigners are concentrating here. The British Consul
has telegraphed for n giinhonl, but has
received uo reply. The port is apparently left under Russian protection,
Russian troops nro arriviug from Port
Arthur and the north. The residents
are safe and business is not likely to he
seriously interfered with.
London, June 23.���Speoial dei<pnfchi s
from Shanghai, dated yesterday at7_0
iu the evening, state lhat Tien Tsin
has been incessantly liombM'drd for
tbe last three days. The entire liritish
and French settlements have been destroyed. Heavy casualties are reported. No Word has been received from
Admiral Seymour and it Is believed
that the relief 0 1I1111111 fared badly.
oonntry
of    in
surgent*.
Two English mlislonariet,
Bar. N.
Mile.   Trebelll's   Appearance    at
Opera Mouse Last Night.
It was uot nu aiidiennc reinurkiible
for numbers, but, a more pleased one
nover left tbe Nelson Opera House
than the one thnt tiled out Inst uiglit nt
tho close of Mile. Trehelli's enteitnin-
luent. Mademoiselle's first piece. "Ah
fors 0 lui.'' put her on the best of terms
with her audience, hut the second.
" L' Allouette," quite captured it, nud
the pleasure increased um il tbe olose.
when it found entliusiiistio expression
of delight nt thu Laughing Song, whieli
wns given ns an encore to Tusti's
"Spring.'' M. Hem'sncontupnniments
were done in thu best of taste, while hi*
solos were highly artistic and earned
for him very hearty applause. The
oolicert itself was iu every respect a delightful oue, nnd it is a pity it wns uot
better advertised It is not a giaoioii.
task, but it is really becoming neeessnry
to point ont that u little more care must
lie lnl.cn in Ihe management of the
Opera House if tbe lown is uot to run
the risk of being shunned by the best
nttraotions. An cndlesH purnde of big
dogs aud little dogs, black dogs and
white dogs, up ami down the aisles and
tbiough rows of chairs, during Hindi a
performance as that given last night, is
not calculated to enhance the reputation
of Nelson, and is anything but agreeable to persons of taste who pay for entertainment ot an altogether different
character. Aud some of those who
tck dogs wit li them to tho Opera House
last night have probably more than
once 01 i 1 ici/cl the action nl' some mothers iu Inking tbeir babies with them to
entertainment* in the same plaoe.
All cnlei-ninci s lacking tbe good nature of Mile. Trebelli would have considered the repeated interruptions
caused by the growling of dogs as insulin nnd would loudly have been
blamed bml Ihey refused to proceed
until the dng�� had been removed. But
Trebelli is possessed of a most charm
ing disposition,
"When Mr. Borns wanted to nn-
polince that we had come to entertain
ladies and gentlemen, and not dogs,"
said Trebelli to a Miller man after the
performance, "I refused to let him do
so. Hut if was unfortunate thnt so
many dogs should have In en permitted
fo roam about the bouse. It inoffensive to the performers nnd to those iu
the audience wbo are not responsible
for the dogs. But it is over now ai:d
why should we worry about it.''
Those who were present lust nigbl
will be pleased to know that there Ih ii
probability of a return of Mile, Trebelli aud Mr. Herns at the beginning
of the next concert season. They are
both anxious lo ngain appear ill Nelsou
and under different conditions would
undoubtedly attract a very large audience.
The programme as rendered last
night was as follows:
���Ah fors a lui''   (Traviata) Verdi.
Mile. Dolores; ��� ���].'Allouette. Balaliir-
cn". at, Eugene Bernsi Norwegian
Song, "Sohveig's filed, " (irieg. Mile.
Ilolorcs: "My Dearest Love," LVkcrl.
.Mile. Dolores; Hondo Elegant. M.
Kugeiic Bernsi Old English Songs,
(a) "My Mother Bids Me Hind My
Hair," llaydeu; (b) "Where the Bee
Sucks," Dr. Arne, Mile. Dolores;
Tarantelle, Bizet.   Mile.  Dolores;    fai
Nocturne,   lb)   Valse,    Chopin,   M,
Eugene Herns: "Spring," Tostl. Mile.
Drlorcs: Encores, "The Swallows,"
by Cowan; "Laughing Song." Luhcr.
and "Love Was once a   Little   Boy."
DOMINION
The   Premier    Will    Seek
Re-election in South
Nanaimo.
Chinese Reform Association
Has Convention at
Vancouver.
and got Into 11 quarrel with the driver.
At St. Henri he jumped from tbe
engine and with a key opened one of
the switches just an a Central Vermont train was coming in. Fortunately three men saw him and run
quickly to adjust the tracks. It was
all done In the nick of time, for ihe
passenger train swept past like lightning. If the switch had been left
open an awful collision would have
resulted. Robinson refused to sny
anything this morning and was remanded.
The House at Ottawa���Other
News Throughout the
Dominion.
isri'.l iai.s to THE MINER.)
Viotoria, H, C, June B3.���Premier
Diiiisinuir lias decided to seek re-election iu South Nanaimo although helloes not hold the portfolio, on account
of some trouble ill connection with
bis acceptance of ollice.
Vancouver: June 28.��� The Chinese
Km pi re Reform Assucialiou of Canada
has been holding a convention lieredur-
iug (he past three days, wilh delegates
present from launches iu all the principal Pacific Coast cities, The association
has issued au appeal to the United
Stales. Qrtut Britain and Japan to iu-
dure tbe Powora to declare a Joint protectorate in China and Undertake the
government of that ctiuutry through
reinstatement ou the throne of Emper-
or Kwinig Hsu. Tbe protectorate to
appoint new Ministers and a new Government thus to be formed to control
the departments of customs and telegraphs, establish aud reform the currency, readjust the system of taxation
and to iusme absolute freedom of relig-
i,mi worship,
Ottawa, June 18, ���The feature of
yesterday's proceedings at the emergency ration's roinmiltee was the evidence of Suigennt Motion nf St. John,
N. B., who wns one of tne live meu
who had been experimented upon hy
Dr. Dovlin in Kingston ill Mnrch IS!)!),
wilh the emergency rntion sent to
South Africa. He testified that he had
undergone a second lust f.om February
���!::id to March 23rd. 1900, under tbe
direction of Dr. Devliu npon the very
food lhat had been sent to South
Africa, and he swore that the two
foods were the same, they had tbe
same effect on him, he knew the food
by the taste. During the dny l'ro-
lessor Kottnti, of UoQill University,
testified that the food to.mil at Kingston, and anal)zed by bim, would, if
used wub beef ten or milk in small
,illumines, I'mm an excellent diet. It
was on such a test that the Kingston
experiments wore found to bo so .-at is
(actoiy, and the ronson Dr. Neilson
had pinch::-.ed this fend wns because
it had been piovcu to be nn exoellent
sustenance ration by the rigoious tnsts
nl Kingston.
Belleville, Out.. Jnne 183.���Want Hastings Conservative! have Dominated li.
Corby as a oaoflidate for Hie Commons
nud M. 1'. Moil'lson for Ihe legislature.
Ottawa, June 28.���Word hns been received st the Trade nnd Commerce Department thnt the Trinidad Government hss absolutely refined to extend
the time for the ratification of the
Trinidad nud United States convention.
The convention expires iu Augii-t nnd
iho United States asked to extend the
time for one year to permit Congress
to deal with the matter, This Trinidad has declined to do nnd it is expected thab when the convention expires
Trinidad will open negotiations with
Cunada.
Toronto, .line 21.���I( ;s slated Hint
the price of nn'liraeto cor' wi'l advance 25 cents per ton on July 1. The
increase is ho gely owing to thestt ke
I roubles.
WATER GAKNIVAL.
New York, June 28.��� The Jourunl
and Advertiser today prints a ropy-
righted despatch from C. V. Frederick
Brown, Presiding Elder of Ihe Tien
Tsin District of tbe Methodist Eplnen-
pal Ohnrch. The despatch is dated nt
Cliee Fun, June 22, und is as follows:
"I have Just  got  away from Tien  died last night nt his home
Tsin in a gunboat.   The oily hm been ford after a serious Illness.
Committee In Chargo Arronqed Prizes
Last Night.
The committee in charge of the
Water Carnival had a meeting Inst
night at the office of Captain Troop,
the chairman of the coiuiiiitmc. The
chief business considered was the distribution of pri'/.es for the host lie-
oorated boats on the water   that night.
It wns decided that prizes to the
value of |800 would he given and thev
will be aMoted as follows: 1'or Ihe
best decorated launch, prize valued at
|a(l; for sail boat, prize valued al (Mo;
for row boats two prizes, valued at
$10 and T-c; for nanr.es two prizes
valued at .*���'.', aud 80, There will alio
be a special prize, valued at (da, for
the best amateur instrumental music
played 011 nny boat while passing tbe
judges.
Tbe judges for the carnival will be
appointed from among prominent
gentlemen residing outside the city.
Captain Troup has been np|Hiiuted to
draw up a special set of rules to regulate the formation and method of conducting tho processions. All boats
joining tbe liue must conform to these
rules, which will be published not
not Inter than next Tuesday. The
rules have been decided upou as n precaution for pnblic safety.
In regard to decorations the committee has definitely decided upon
having thu electric fountain in tbe
middle of the lake and also to have
colored searchlights thrown over the
lake   at   intervals.      Another    unique
feature now in contemplation is an
Illuminated    representation   of   the
famous "Cleopatra's Needle." This,
if carried, out will add greatly to the
splendor   of   the   Carnival.     A   large
appropriation has   been  made for the
purchase of fireworks and colored
fire. These will be used during the
evening at intervals.
Preparations are now on f<��it for
Illuminating the shore Hues and
wharves with colored lanterns. Wires
are being strung along the shore and
wharves for this pur|Kise.
The committee has not yet heiii-d
from any parties regarding the equipping of barges with seats for the
public, for which scuta a uniform
charge of '.Ti cents will be allowed.
China
Montreal, June ;:i.���Count Lantrec,
the Russian, who was brought back
from Chicago mi demand of the Ham,
Of Nova Scotia, cha.-ged with forgery,
pleaded not gull V today and was remanded.
NELSON!
Nelson Ball   Team  Defeats
Spokane By a Score
Of 14 to 10.
Streak of Heavy Batting In
Sixth  Inning   Does
The Trick.
Nelson Tennis Players Win
In Kossland   Other
City News.
The Nelson boys fully justified nil that
was expected of them and defeated the
hitherto victorious Spokane S. A. A. 0.
team yesterday, by butting out eight
runs in the sixth inning, and therein
winning a gnme Hint, up lo tbat time,
seemed destined to go to the credit of
Spokane.
It's a wny Ihe local teem have of making a strong finish nul yesteiday wus un
exception to the rule, for after playing
rugged ball for live innings, they look u
brace nnd walked away from Mr. McEnroe's nggrcgalion in a spirited manner.
The following despatch from Sputum-
gives a detailed account uf the game 1
Spokane, Juuu 88. ���The Nelson
baseball team tcinay defeated tbe S. A.
A. C nt NatiUm linn I'nrl. ill a ragged
and loosely played game it is the
lirst defeat tbe Spokane hoys hnve re,
eeived this seasonal ths hands of s
visiting tetini.
(Inn of the features of the game wss
the work of Kockonllcld, the short stop
ami captain of the Nelsons. His batting was good nnd his fielding was
snperb.
Cavttrly , who hold down the bag at
third, fonnd the lmll quite freely, having si,cured 2 two base nnd 2 three
base bits iu [our times ai the bat.
< 11 sin. u in, ii nl Ihe twirling for tbe
;- A. A. C, did some elegnnt work in
the lirst part of the game, but sunned
to lose control iiboiii the sixth, when
Nelson bailed not eight runs aud won
the game. Thu teams play again tomorrow.
Score by innings follows:
Nelson  80301801 x-u
S. A, A. C 3 2 11(1 I 0 0 0 3-10.
Hits, Nelson, 14, Spokane III. Kriors
Nelson, 2, Spokane 4.
The batling order was ns follows:
Kpiiknue -Conner,  catcher;   HcBlroy,
centre Held; Mai shnll, third base;
Weeks, lirst base; Allan, second base;
Mil.duck, left field; Rouduight, shoil
stop: Cleveland, right field; Olson,
pitcher. The substitutes will be (ireer,
Unas and h'awkes.
Nelson Mills, center Held; Houston,
third base: Partridge, first base; Wat
ers, pitcher; Rnckonllehl, sliorlslop
and captain; Kckei I, second bnse; McLeod, catcher; I'liair, right field; lice
lands, lefl field. Substitutes, Caverl)
uud lllackwood.
I'.nbiirta and.Long beat I'ollok aud
('riddle : 7 to B, fl to 4.
MIXED HOUHLKS.
Mrs.    Bird   aud   Mr.      I'ollok   beat
Mrs. Abbott and   Mr. Hobbs: II lo I, n
to 11.
Mrs. I'ollok and Mr. Dickson best
Mis. liichardson and Mr. Long ii to
I, <l toll.
!,,        LADIES'  DOUBLES
Mrs. I'ollok and Mrs. Bird   beat  Mrs.
Kiclit.rdsiiii and Mrs. Abbott: 6 to 2,   ti
to I.
MEN'S SIMILES.
Severs beat Moltae: �� to 8, 0 to 1.
Tbe Hi,-, .huid club will probaby send
over players iu the near future fur a return match.
CRICKET (IAME.
A practice game of cricket was
played on the recreation grounds yesterday afternoon, There were 111 men
present to play and, after choosing
sides, the tw-o teams lined up under
Captains Forbes and Elliott. Elliott's team went tu bat lirst and
scored 10 against 35 for the other
team, tbe small scoi-ee being due to
having a large number of fielders.
The teams were stronger in bowling
than batting. It is Imped that this
state of aitairs will change when they
get their Hew nets which they expect to receive in a few days from the
Coast. Tbey are all enthusiastic
cricket players and tbey expect to
organise a strong local club.
DRILLING   CONTEST.
To Be One of the Big Events of Nelson's
Carnival.
The drilling contest, to be held on
the moruiug of Tuesday, July 3, dur-
iug Nelson's big Laud and Water
Carnival, is going to be oue of the
big events of the celebration. Already several entries have been received but there are many mines yet
tu be heard from. The conditions
governing the contest are: All contestants must have been employed In
tlie mines from which they enter at
least :n days prior lo July 1 and each
team must lie chosen by a vote of tbe
working mlnera in the mine in question. Kutrirb must tie forwarded to
K. 0. Leai..11 secretary of the Carnival Committee some time during the
present week.
The prl7.cN consist of a flOn trophy
and Slisi iu cash to the winning team
and J.10 iu cash tu the s.-end team.
The cunleat will la-uue dowu hole, lil
minutes. The prizes are given by Mr.
,1. Roderick Robertson for the Londuu
and K. 0.  gold fields.
NEW LEMON GREEK KOAD.
Ml
Ottawa,f June 28.���Crispin E. Bmltb.
of Calgary has been appointed Pollen
Magistrate at Calgary, iu place of Roland E. Smith, who bus become Registrar of Lands and Ti lien,
Toronto. Ont., ,Ii M.��� News jusi
received   Hint  Mr.   Trywaite.    M. P.,
ill    I bad
St.    (Ieorge.    Ont.,    .1 ti it-   88.��� The
members of the North Wentworth ami
Brant Reform Association today
unanimous!y nominated Hon. William
I'.ii.-i -.on as a candidate at the next
election. James .Soininervillc, member since Ins-.1, asked that bin mine be
not   placed   iu    nomination   again.
l'ale son addressed the association at
sonic length.
The following transaction! were re
curded nt the Mining Recorder's nflle.
yesterday) Certificates of Wo k: Chi
cago, Jerry Denial's; Triple Joint,John
I'eppiu; Dominion, Hidden Treasure,
Edwnrd Hrauigiiu aud Chat-lea I.inde
man. Local ions: (told Standard, in
Nelson Miiing District, on Forty-nine
Creek, by John M. Hrown; Fractional
So. 1, un Craig Mountain, O K., 1111
north Bide of Salmon Creek, J R. T111-
tre, on went side of Salmon River;
Yvonne, on north fork of Salmon River,
by Arthur Clement: Flora lielle, on
mil Ih   fork  of  Salmon   River,  Joseph
Hernald;   M. A. P.,   BCVCI1   and   one hull
miles ^west  of   Nelson,   by C. V. (Ii.g-
non; Kootenay Star, on Hnd Creek, by
(I.      La inutile;      Alpitlo,      on      HOI 111    of
Hird Creek, by Adolph Laiolntei Skou
ken in.   on   north   of   Hird   Cieek,   by
(ieorge    Bslllod,       Transfers:    From
Thomas McKelvery of Trail In Charles
Kccley   of   Trail,   entire    Interest   in
NELSON   WINS.
Secures  r> Matches Out of �� In Tennis
Tournament at Kossland.
ISI'IK'IAI,   I'll Till-:  M1SKH.I
Rossland ' 11.   ('..  June  IS.-���In the
club tennis tournament here todny,
played on the Rosaline! Club Courts.
Nelson players came Ont victorious,
winning live matches out of the
eight played. The courts were fast
and ill line condition and the Nelaon
players put Up it strong game ill all
the matches. The ladles who came
over from Nelson have done particularly well, having won all the matches
they played In. Their playing was
one of the features of the loiiriinmeul
and elicited great applause from
the spectators.     The Nelson   men   also
played fust,  strong tennis ami mere
up to medal form ull the way through
the mutch.
MENS liiiLKI.L.s.
Me Um,   and   Dickson   bent   Roberta
and I>oiig : li to I, 2 to II, 7 lo 5,
Williams will   Again urge   the
Government to Build Same.
Mr. J. M. Williams, representing
the Chapleau Consolidated Hold Mining Co., Limited, aud Mr, Percy
Dickinson, representing tbe Warner-
Miller Syndicate of Now York, will
leave tomorrow for Victoria.
They go to the oapital to interview
ih,- new Government in behalf of tbe
miners and oitixeua of Slocan City for
the porrono of interesting the exsontive
in tbe pio|s.sed wagon road np tbe first
north fork of Lemon Creek.
This road, a mnch needed and long
considered impiovuiuent, is fur the
purpose uf tapping tbe dry ore belt un
Lemon Creek, which has recently
showed such great recooroe* under development by Hrlttab sud American
capital.
The two companies thus* gentlemen
are nonnested witb represent a combined oapital of over $700,000, and have
already expended sboul $ltl0,u<i0 in Improving the diatttct.
Mr. Williams went to Viotoria
nlxiut February Vuib to interest the
late Government lu Ihe project and
had ����� 1 in fit a promise of an executive
meeting to consider (he advisability of
building tho rosd, but the day aftsr
his arrivsl tbe Hamlin UoTtrnioanta
oollspsed snd Mr. Williams rstarnad
to Nelson snd has waited until after
the elections to again plaoe the matter
before tbe authorities.
Mr. Williams takes with bim a letter signed ny over To mining aud bnal-
iiess men of slooan requesting tba
Government to build tbe mnoh needed
load.
M011,real, yiie.. June '.'I. ���William
Robinson, a hritkcm.-iii on the New
York   Ceil nil.  was   arraigned in   the
police  court,  on  tbe  charge of tarn-      ^^^^^^^^
paring with a   railway   switch mi the Sweet Hilar, for  a  nominal oonsldettt
(iriind Trunk line near St. Henri. Ibis lion; from William J. Caldwell to John | Oriddle : il to 5, I) to'J. ^^
lie   wus  011   Isaird a light Howell, one half interest on Dividend, I    Mohan and Dickson Isat Severs and   confined in the (ieiieral Hospital bine*
Hobbs   and   Severs beat   I'ollok   and j Jured   lu
seven
Two patients were taken to tha
Hencral Hospital yesterday. They
are: C. Duinoud, of the tiranlte
Mines, suffering from typhoid fever,
ami Alexander Dupeny, a miner,
suffering from rheumatism. N. 11..1
deau. a miner from Ymir, who wan In-
a blasting accident about
weeks   ago,   ami who has been
���
\
morning
en.lnc cowln.     (ton    Bt,   Lumbcrt  for a nominal consideration,
I Hobbs    ���'.  m ���!,   'J   to 11,   II  tO li,
1 then was discharged yesterday.
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NELSON   DAILY  MINER,  SUNDAY,  JUNE 24, igaq
_^_^_5?y*
Nelson Daily Miner
I). .1. BEATON, Editor nnd Manager
THE
IRREPRESSIBLE
ANCE.
NWS.
The New York Times hns been
discussing Chinese immigration
with the Chinese Minister to Washington . Ttie question is as practically interesting in the United States
as it is in British Columbia, but oft'
from spots on the Coast it is possible to discuss it with some degree
of moderation. In a late issue The
Times has the following: "In the
opinion ofthe Chinese Minister, the
abolition of our law excluding immigrants from his country would result, not in a great influx of coolie
laborers, but in a stream of desirable visitors, merchants, scholars,
and men of wealth and leisure, who
would come here to study our methods and institutions, and who would
be the means ot establishing mutually profitable relations between the
two countries now such near neighbors. When the interviewer called
the Minister's attention to the fact
that the classes he mentioned were
not excluded even now, he replied
that the law discriminating against
China offended their self-respect and
even more effectual in keeping them
at home was the difficulty in present
conditions of proving differences of
rank and occupation lo ollieials
with no knowledge of Chinese distinctions. 'You have,' concluded
Wu Ting Fang, 'your general immigration laws to protect you.
Make these as stringent as you
choose and their enforcement as
radical. No one outside can complain if you adopt such laws for
your own defence or for the protection of American labor. That is your
right. Forbid the entrance of criminals, of diseased persons, of the
pauper class, of persons under contract to labor���of anybody you
choose, in short. All that can be
asked of you is that you make these
laws of universal application,so that
a criminal, or a pauper,or any other
undesirable immigrant shall be
turned away from your borders
whenever and wherever he presents
himself.and no matter what his race
or color, The hurt we Chinese feel
more than anything else is the particularising of us and our singling
out from all other peoples.' "
To all of which The Times rejoins
that it would be more impressive if
one could forget what scholars and
men of wealth and leisure in China
are just now engaged in doing.
Their eagerness for the establishment of harmonious relations with
the outside world it slightly veiled.
load; but there are so many things
go to the production of this happy
state of affairs that it is not always
wise to rely upon it. The other is
to have one's source ol supply nearer home. The freight charges on a
consignment of white paper is a very
grave matter to face, as all British
Columbia publishers know. If there
w.re a paper mill somewhere, anywhere, in the Kootenays, it would
be a veritable godsend to the newspaper offices ofthe Province. Why
should there not be one? The raw
material is here in abundance, going
to waste in many ways. Electric
power, steam power, or water power is to be obtained at moderate
cost, The conditions for manufacture are all favorable, and the demand for the finished product is already considerable and is constantly
growing, We do not expect a region like Southern British Columbia to be developed in a day, but it
certainly seems high time that some
one should come along with enterprise enough to establish pulp and
paper mills. The hour has come,
and we now only await the man.
Celeb rale
We aro now booking orders for
Chinese Lanterns
Colored Fires
Flags, Eto
And if ymi wish to avoid disappointment give ns ymir order
NOW
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
Decorate
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Is the only proper  one to use in
repairing delicate ineohanlsm,
We
Never  Use
Other
Any
We invite your li'iide uud promlne
Bfttletaotloiii
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We  are now doing b.UB.DMB 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 ana W
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HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
T. H. Brown,
It is said that Mr. Smith Curtis
is a sadly disappointed man, and
that a little persuasion would induce
him to chuck politics and go back
to his own private concerns, We
do not attach any weight to the
statement that he feels he has been
deceived in his leader. No man
knows Mr. Martin better than does
Mr. Curtis, and if things have not
turned out as happily for the pair
of them as both wished and perhaps
expected, il is not likely Mr.Curtis is
disposed to attribute any special
blame to his old partner. It is not
at all improbable, however, that he
would like to retire, and if he could
but take a patriotic view of things
he might be induced to conclude
that the opportunity is a most favorable one. We have no doubt that
Rossland would like to retrieve the
mistake it made in defeating Mr.
Mackintosh, whom the Province as
a whole would be glad to see at
Victoria, both as member and Minister.
AWAITING THK  MAN.
A Boundary exchange has come
to us reduced in size. The diminution is only temporary, and is the
result of an accident. It is a sort of
accident that frequently occurs, and
is liable to occur any time. The
average newspaper publisher in this
southern district of British Columbia is not a capitalist, and his ollice
is not butressed with a storeroom
filled with the white paper on which
lie prints the news for his readers,
He is generally obliged to order in
moderate quantities, and the orders
go far east, to Ontario, or Quebec,
to be filled. The nicest calculation
may not be made as to the precise
time the stock on hand will last,
nor is it always a safe practice to
depend on the schedule time of the
railways that carry the freight. It
is these little accidents of miscalculation that so often prove vexatious
to the heart of the humble publisher so far removed from his sources
of supply. If backed by unlimited
capital he could easily provide
against them by ordering generously, hut this as a rule he cannot do.
Like the tailor, he is obliged to cut
Ihe garment according to the cloth
he has.,
These things, as we have intimated, are liable to occur at any time,
and as matter of fact, do occur very
often. There are two ways of escaping them: The first is for the
publisher to grow rich enough to
prder by the carload or the train*
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Jeweler
176 BAKKlt STREET, NELSON.
���0>��>40*04a*040*0"��r>*0*040"K
Llirnher..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
Service.
of
Bo
THEODOLITE   ��Bf)
WANTED
Send lowest price and description tu
B C Assay ft Chemical Supply Co.
Vancouver, B, C.
GEO. GURD
Room I, Tnrner-Busckb Blook.
REAL ESTATE AND MINIM A6ENT
HOU8BB FOR BALE.
14-room house, all conveniences, il
lots down town.   A bargain.
IIiiuhch all parti of tba city.
Baker Stieet improved property.
1111:011111 15 per oent net.
BUILDING LOTS   POR UA1.K.
76-foet bent reiidenoe oorner in tbo
oity.    A snail.
A good Hat ot bnilding lota to seleot
from.
MEN WANTED.
Wanted. ���200o rook men and genernl
hands for work on White 1'umh and
Yukon Railway. Wage* $8.80 per day
Board 81 per day. Work every day.
Pay monthly iu oaab. Fare from Vancouver 12(1 with SC rebate after work
iiiK HO days. Apply tn M. J. Henay,
contractor, :m Inna of Ooorl or A. 0.
ltoHH. 436 Oordova Street, Vancouver
or on the work.
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will be reoeived by the un
dersigned np to tbe 15th of July next
for the sinking ot a abaft on tba Maud
S. mineral claim on tbe North Fork of
tbe Salmon Itlvar. Plana and speot-
flcatione will be mailed on application
to tbe undersigned.
0. O. HOB80N, Secretary
New North Fork Mining Co., Ltd.
P. O. Box 88B,
Jnne Int. 1900. Vancouver, B. 0.
Canada Permanent and Wes-
tkrn Canada Mortgaoe
Corporation.
head offioe toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to O, I.. LENNOX, Baker St,,
Nelaon,
H. 0. GREEN F. S. OI.EMKNTH
GREEN &CLKMENTS
Civil Engineer, and Provincial Land
Surveyor*,
P. 0. Box 145 Nelson, B. C.
A. R. BARROW, a. m. l o.e
Provincial  Land Surveyor.
Oorner Viotoria and Kootenay St*.
P. O   Bo* m. Telapbone Uo. 08
Departure and Arrival Tim
Trains  and   Steamers.
Depart from                            Arrive  nt
Nclsnn                                        Ncliioii
Steamer    arrives   nt  NoIhoii
from the east, Ciow's  Nest
branch    and   intermediate
points 2.
7.1(1 Train leaves Nelson for Ross,
land and intermediate
points, and via Kohsoii for
north, Kevelstoke,the main
line and Pnoitic const points.
7.80 Train lenvea Nelson for Hnn-
ilim and interiiieilinte points
and via Slooan Lake route
for north, Kevelstoko, the
main line and Pncilio const
points,
Traiu arrives nt Nelson from
Rnsslaud  and intermediate
points lo.!!5
Steamer arrives at Nelsou
from Kaslo nnd intermediate points ll.nO
15.30 Trains leaves Nelson for
Rossland, Greenwood nnd
intermediate points.
111,00 Steamer leaves Nelson for
Kaslo aud way points.
Train arrives nt Nelsou from
RoBsliind and Greenwood
and intermediate points,
and from Revelstoke, the
main line, and Pucifio coast
points 1H.45
Traill arrives in Nelson from
bandon and Intermediate
points.aud from Kovelsloke.
the main line and the Pacific coast points lu.ilO
32.80 Steamer leaves Nelson for
Crows Nest brunch nud all
points east.
W. F. ANDKKSON,
Trmv. Pass. Agonti
N*ta*n
K. J. OOYLK,
A  O. P. Agonti,
VhtnviiV"
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
NONE BETTER.
80LID VE8TIBULED TRAINS.
PALACE DINING AND OBSERVATION
OARS.-MEALSalaOAHTE.
Close connection Baal nnd Westbound nt Spokane with trains of the
trains of tbe Spokane Fnlls and Northern Railway.
Direct connection nt St, Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
und nil points West anil Smith.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 n.m
Leaves fJpokano daily lor West at 7:45 p-m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria nmi Vancouver,
Portland, Hun Francisco, nnil all points
on the Bound.
i >111 ��� 11) i - the sensnn of navigation East
bound trains connect ia Duiuth with
theniagnitlccul>sle_mshlps North West
ftiHlNoifli-l.incl of theNoilhorn Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Qreat Northern Railway.
rov furl her Information, maps, folders, etc., apply lo any agent of Spokane
Falls St Northern |{y., Knslo It Slooan
Ity., Kootenai Railway & Navigation
Co., or to
V. I WHITNEY.   H. A. JACKSON,
Uonl, Pass, & Tkt, Agt,   OoniVI Agist, Paul, Mia      .Spokane, Wash
1 have a complete stock on band of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings, Sash Doors.
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
1 have now in slock 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. MANAGEK
lNCORPOMr*��Di67a>
KICKERS
If You Get Y
O Ill-
Mill Bt PILOT BAY. Yards, NF.I.SON
ami LARDO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWAED.
H.&M.Bird
AGENTS   FOR
Eureka  Mineral Wool
and Asbestos Co.
Real Estate, Fire Insurance and Private Funds
to Loan.
ALEX.    STEWART,
NOTARY  PUBLIC
REAL ESTATE.
INSURANCE.
MINES.   LOANS.
Room 3.
TURNER-BOECKH BLOCK
NELSON.
O.
REISTERER & CO.
Brewer, ot Pine Lager
Deer ami Pinter,
DROP IN AND SHE US.
NoIhoii, B. C.
CHARLES ST. BARBE,
Stock m Sim Brcta
GENERAL AGENT.
Turner Beeton & Co.
NELSON���ci
VICTORIA VANCOUVER LONDON. Eng
WHOLESALE   MERCHANTS.
LIQUORS,   DRY   GOODS,   ORE   BAGS.
CAR OF PABST BEER
Jnst arrived from Milwaukee
Football
SHOES
At the HUDSON'S RAY
STORES, you will do all
your kicking on the ball.
You will have no kick at
the price or quality.
t i IJ
ALL   SIZES.
313 a
Our   Clearance Sale of
DRY  GOODS
In still  on and will   bo continued until all  ib sold.
A consignment of Linen Crash and White Dnok Skirts, delayed in
transit, just  Opened up. anil  we offer ttieni
lit   these low prices:
Rcgnlar-81.85 Linen skirts at 8 .75-
Regular  3.00 Linen skirts at  1.50
Regular  ���;.M) Crash skirts at  1.75
Regular   1.80 White Dnok Skirts at  1.15
Regular   'J.00 White  Iluek Skirts at   1.50
A. FERLAND & CO.
_______i
V.'e Have Sold 75 Per Cent ol All the
Portland Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay
and Sewer Pipe
Used in tho Kootenay
Just Received���Carload
Dominion  Ale  and  Porter
(in pints and quarts)
Dominion White  Label Ai.e
This is the finest. Ale brewed in Canada.
Dominion   Bulk   Ai.e
(pints and quarts)
Teacher's  Scotch   Whisky
(in   15-gallon   keg-s)
is still the best
I        H. J. EVANS & CO.
NELSON, H. C.
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    .
Baker Street.
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle,
Certificate of Improvement!!.
Notice-Vennngo and Sbeimngn mineral eliimi, situate iu the Nelson .Min
nn: Division of West Koolonay FJis-
triet. Where located���On west side of
Kugln Creek, about a,(MX) feet southwest of the I'liiiriinin quart/,  mill.
Take notice thnt I, Chns. Moore of
Knalo, B C, acting unugont for Thos
R. Fiennh, F. M. 0. No. 11,008 Ii nmi
Isnae Krioknon,, Free Miner's Certifl-
cnto No. 11,1)04 B, intend, sixty days
from the date thereof, to npplv to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
improvement for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
oliiiiu.
And further take notioe that notion
under neotion 1)7, niDst be commenced
before the issunnoe of suoh Ortinoate
of Improvement*,
Dnted this 26th day of April, 1000
OHAS. UOQ6S, P. L, 8.
THE    WM.    HAMILTON   HANUFACTURINQ
LIMITED,
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH. ONTARIO.
CANADA.
CO.
HAMMOCKS
PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL AND  SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
Nelson,  B. O.
UNION MADK.
SIUT.J i,
���lltiJ
A R. SHERWOOD
General Agent for Southern B. 0.
for the
Birbeck Investment,
Security* Savings
Co., of Toronto. . .
Money L..ned on SlralgM NH��|4
Keiil Kstate and Insiirauw,
3ijllJI.lt ill
WANTED.
lathers,   plasterers,   flnj-kl.*  <*%*��
painters, wait��� �����, out of town. �������������� ""��
own; waitress""- ���,j,iiii,_.
Contract. Wk.n for diamond cor. drllll.*
i. If. LOVE, A*t., B��k#r St, BBHMM^a-HHBH
NELSON DAILY MINER. SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 1900
LOCAL fND   PERSONAL
Mm. L. M. Wright of this city left
for London, Ont., last evening.
TheC.P. R. ticket office will move
to ItB new iiunrters iu the Old Montreal
Bunk Building n week from today.
Mr. 10. ti. Smith, manager of the
0, P. H. telegraph office, was presented yesterday with, a baby ijrirl.
YV. 11. Aldrieh, manager of the
Canadian Nnieltlng Works at Trail,
left Nelson last evening for the  East.
Allan Line iteamer Tunisian arrived
tt Quebec at II a. in. yeiterday uud will be
at Montreal nt 9 o'cloak  this morning
The water in tho lake rose two inches
iu thu last 21 hours and is now only ten
iucln . below tbo highest mark reached
last month.
Owigbt Brninerd of Monlrenl, manager of the Hamilton Powder Company, arrivod in the oily lust evening
nn business imunecied with the company.
MIb�� Queen Logan, a daughter of
the late ex-Mayor Logan of Winnipeg,
and sister of Mrs. C. VV, Matthews,
arrived tn Nelson yesterday and will
spend a vacation here.
Millward's orchestra will 'give a
dance In Fraternity Hull on the evening of Monday, July 2. The full
orchestra will be present and the
affair will be ramie a most enjoyable
one.
The Thompson Stationery Compnuy
ban just, issued a new map of the city
of Nelaon, which is a most credit able
production. The map was especially
drawn for tha Thompson Company by
Mr. S. Tytler of Nelson und is a model
of accuracy.
A. H, Grucey, who has just returned from Kuskanook, where he
hat beeu looking after the interests
of the Imperial Developing Syndicate,
reports that tbe ore of the mines is
increasing in value, uud that it promises to be a good investment for the
company.
Tlie funeral of Evelyn Lucy ��� .Sherwood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Sherwood, who died late
Friday night, will tuko place at 3
o'clock this afternoou from St.
Saviour's Church. Rev. Mr. Akehurst
officiating. The friends of the family
are fnvlted to the church nt that
time.
Mrs. W. P. Tiprney has returned
from Spokane with her daughter Stells,
who hat been attending the Academy
of Holy Names (or the past year. Miss
Stella was successful, after keen com
petition, in a cl.iss of (V), and wa.
awarded the gold medal fur prollcieucy
and penmanship.
Samuel Mlghton, representative nf
Tuckett & Son of Hamilton, who
became suddenly ill at the Queen _
Hotel, Friday morning, was yesterday
taken to the (leneral Hospital, ��� He
had been In the city but a few days
on bin return home from Vancouver.
It Is reported that be will be around
In a day or two.
Tbe second dauce of the season at
Lake Park Pavilion will take place next
Wednesday evening nt 8 o'clock. Mr
and Mrs. Werner are making preparations that will insure a repetition of
tbe success of last Wednesday. A ladles cloak room is being added to tbe
Pavilion and other improvements
made.
The Tramway Company is planing a
twitch on Water etreot, nonr Josephine, aud when it ia completed, which
will be today or tomorrow, two cars
will then run over tbe line, meeting ut
tbat point. Thin will give a daily IS
minute service, which has been desired
tor tome time by the citizens,
A petition to grant tbe telephone
girls a half holiday ou July 2 nnd 3
was being circulated ycsteiilny and
was sigued by nearly evciy business
uiHii in the city. Many of the gentlemen said that because all stores would
be doted during thnt time, that Ihe
telephone service con',,I bu tuspcuded
for thut, time,
Kootenay Tent, No. 7, Knights of
Maccabeus, will attend divine service
iu a body this afternoon at :i o'clock
at the Opera House, Hev. Mr. Monroe
will officiate. Tbe Nulson City Baud
will accompany the Knights and during the collection of the offerings it
will render an offertory. All uiein-
bwrs are requested to meet at Odd
Fellow's Hall at 8 o'clock sharp, and
all visiting brothers are cordially
invited. It Is expeoted that there
will be a large attendance as it will
be the first church parade held by the
order In Nelsou.
The Miner baa a very good friend In
tbe person of Mr. Thomas Lewis, proprietor of Lewis' ranch ncross the
river. Mr. Lewis makes frequent visit! to the city and on eaoh occasion
drops into Tbe Miner offloe witb an at-
sortment of tbe most delicious strawberries and cherries and tho most beautiful of roses and other (lowers. Hit
raaoh is one of the most productive of
those about Nelaon. and if everything
be grows ia equally ns good as the
strawberries and cherrlee he is a man
to bo envied. Because of his obeery
welcome to visitors his ranch hat be-
ooius quite popular with tliii.c who indulge in boating.
Hume: Robert liullick, Kcrnie;
James Harvey, Vancouver! W. II.
Dowsing, Procter: (I. W. Luwsun, Toronto ;M. G. Wilson, Vancouver; S.H.
HI Smith, Victoria; A. H. Dlrolofi Han
Francisco; T. l'lciitnt, M, La Verne,
Rossland; Mr. nud Mrs. Fred II.
Wright. Slooau; M. .1. 0'IIeavOi Kossland. *
Phair: A. A. (loiidtliild, (len'rge
Hodges, Jr., Montreal; (J. Buchanan,
Kaslo; A. Tnduilli-Ilolores, Zuble Van-
dour, Eugene Boms, F, Veil, New
Yoik; Arthur A. dole, ltossliind;
Dwigbt llrnineiil, Herbert Bmiucrd,
Montreal; W. II. Aldridge, Trail: W.
II. Qoodove and child, ltossliind; A,II.
Wallhridge, Vancouver; l'\ Vun Ag-
new, T. J. I.omliiiin, Allialinsca Mines)
R. A. Dloktnan, ,1. (', Walker, Chicago;
C, F. Oaussmaker, Long Lake.
GLORIOUS NEWS
Collies from from Dr. lir. D. 11.
('argilI of Washita, I. T.. Uo writes;
"Four bottles of ElootrtO Bitters bus
cured Mrs. Brewer pf scrofula, which
bud caused her great suflcring for
years, Terrible sores woulc break out
ou her head and face, and the best
doctors could give no help: but her
cure Iscoinplete and her health excellent," -This shows what thousands
have proved���thnt electric bitters is
the best blood purifier known. It's
the supreme remedy for eczema, letter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils nnd
running sores. It stimulates liver
kidneys and bowels, expels, poison,
helps digestion, builds up strength.
Onlv BO cents. Bold by Canada Drug
& Book Co.
Well, tho latest drop nt the Wnllnoe-
Miller Co's Store was the drop of the
plate glass to the Moor. But that did
not prevent the big rush last night for
tbeir June suapH.
Dnncing at Luke Park Pavilion every
Wednesday evening���rain or shine,
The gas company are installing large
numbers nf gas Htoves these days. Por
solid comfort nnd economy thero is
nothing like a gas stove for summer
cooking and citizens nre not slow to
appreciate tbo fact. The company are
renting their best ranges at rm oents
per month and this puts the use of gas
within the reach of overyone.
Spring ohicken and all tbo delibaoieS
of the sensou served to you when yon
visit Florence Park Hotel at Roberts'
Ranch, two and a half miles up the
river.    W. M. Roberts, propiietor.
Free ride to   Roberta' Knucli   today.
'BLUE RIBBON TEA IS DELIOIOUB."
Tired
eyes
cause
sickness
Because the eyes tire easily,
some folks say they are not well.
In most such cases there is eyestrain.
Neglected eyestrain is sure to
produce sickness.
Be wise.  ...
Have your eyes examined. <
Know their exact condition from
in expert.
Consultation free.
Patenaude Bros.,
OPTICIANS,
Nelson. B, C.
ARTHUR G-EE,
Merchant Tailor,
REMQVED   TO
Baker  Street,
Opposite the Queen's.
FOR    SALE.
St. LeonMlneral Springs
Property.
The properly on Upper Arrow Luke
known as the St. Leon Mineral Springs
property consisting of nhont 475 acres
o( land witli hotel liiiililiugH and valuable Miueiiil Springs, ;iml u large tinct
nl'standing timber, jmay he purchaser!
on reasonable terms. Absolute title
and possession enn he given at once.
Pull piiiticulars will he in nil nil on application to
GEO. S. MoOAR-BR,
Vendor's Solicitor, Revelstoke,
Nol ice is hereby giveu thut. au extraordinary meeting ol the shareholders' ot the Cascade Water Power St
Light Company, Limited, will be held
nt the offices or the London & liiitish
Columbia QoldQeldS, Limited, linker
Slreet, City oi Nelson, Hritish
Columbia, on Wednesday the nth day
of July at !1 o'clock In ihe   afternoon.
The business to be entered upon at
tho said meeting is as follows:
(a) For the purpose of considering
the giving nf a further mortgage of
��2,80(1, to he charged upon all the
assets and property, both real and personal ol tho oompany of whatsoever
nature or kind anil upon all the in-
eonio and nlso upon the undertaking
of the'Company generally, and if decided upon, to authorize the execution
of the said mortgage to secure the Raid
sum of ��3,800, with interest at (I per
cent.
(b) To consider nnd accept, should
it be so decided, the resignations of
tho directors of the company.
(o)   And, in tbe event of the acceptance   of   suoh   resignations,    to   elect
directors in the place of such retiring.
Bated at Nelson, B. C.this Kith day
of June, 11100.
H. ALERS HANKEY.
Secretary.
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson  A Fort
Sheppard R v
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points cast, west and south to
Rossland, Nclsnn and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Noilliern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson villi steamer
for Kaslo nnd all Kootenay lake
points,
Connects al   Meyer's   Falls  with
stage daily for Republic,   and  connects at Bossburg with stage  daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Leave. Day Train. AjuirvTa.
10.8B n.m Spokane 7 :l(l p.m,
12:05 p. m Hosslaud .r>::Sll p.m.
\):'M a, in Nelaon S.IK) p.m.
Night Train.
9 A!i p.in Spokane 7:05 n.m:
11 K)0 p.m Kossland f!::)0 n.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Wash
Q. K. TAOKABURY,
Aeent,Nelson, B.C
SILVER KINO MIKE
Will pay the highest cash price for all
kinds o( second hand goods. Will lui.v
or sell anything from an anchor lo a
needle. Furniture, stoves, caipeils,
cooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also cast off clothing.
Call and see mo or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 200. Hall
Street, Nelson, B. C.
MISCELLANEOUS
At1vcrUttomo.it;. in ���������!���!rii under thlfl l.iwl at
tho rntfl of ono coul>B word nor IfiMrtlon. No
arivertl-omoii- taken forlorn than 80 OOftta*
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.
MEN   WANTED!
1000 Men Wanted to Unload Ourran's
Big Schooners
Beer or Hiilf-niiil-ll.ilf only
coot.
10c
FRESH
���AT THE-
CLUB HOTEL.
The only good Heer in Nelson.
TO   LET ���Houbo   to   let   ncross   tlo
lake, stove, etc.   Apply O. Nowling,
Bnker Rtreet.
FOUND.���A Hlerling silver   pencil  on
Bnker   Street,    opposite    Athubuscn
Saloon.   Apply nt Miner olllee.
TO HKNT.���Lake
private   dances.
Apply to Geo.
Park   Pavilion   for
Terms   reasonable.
Werner.
FOR   SALK.��� Sectional
right) 5 Horse   Power.
almost new.   A bargain,
Love, Baker Street.
boiler (up-
all liftings,
Apply J. fl.
LOST. ���lilaok cocker spaniel, answering to the name ol "jack."   Finder
please return todeo. A. Stewnrt Polls.
Wnllnoo-MUler Ulock.
FOR HENT.-2 rooms in West Block.
Apply at ollice of 0. W. West * Co
ALL KINDS - Of plnin   Bewing done.
HloiimiB nud children's clothes a specialty.   Mrs,    llngeii,   Opposite Opern
House.
HOTEL  ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
Nelson's Newest Hostelry. Complete in every respect,
It has just been opened and the
public is invited lo visit it,
RATES
Hy tlie week from $5 lo $G,
By the day *i.iio.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, frop.
Nav.
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New   Dry  Goods
..Store..
The SECOND and LAST WEEK of   our
Great Reduction Sale
We will glxc BETTER and BIGGER BARGAINS
than ever were offered to the buying public of Nelson.
MONDAY   MORNING
For  a  starter:
Black Satin  Blouses with  white satin fronts, made specially for high class trade;  regular price
18.00;    Monday    12 00
Black Satin Blouses, the very newest make;   regular price 15.00;   Monday  10 00
Black Taffeta, made specially for ourselves;   regular price 14.00;   Monday  8 00
Colored Taffeta, tucked;   regular price 14.00;   Monday  8 00
Regular 12.50 line;   Monday  7 50
Our big seller at 8.00;   Monday  5 50
No humbug about our sale.   Everything carried out just as
advertised.   Mail orders will have prompt attention.
KERR Si CO.
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Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Madden  Block,   Bakes!  Street,   Niison.
WW^AWVV��>rVW^^^
Kootenay Railway and
Company, Ltd.
Opo rilling
KA8LO& BTjOOAN RAILWAY,
INTKHNATIONAI. NAV. & THAI). CO.
Sciioduic of Time.     Paotflo Standard rimo.
KfTbotivo February Ivt, 1000
KASLO & SUN'AN RY.
I'.i iin'.i trail) fur Handon nmi w;iy i:ii inn-
loiivu ��� K.i dtp tit 8 a. in., iluily. lifliM'iiin^,
loaves Sandon at 1.15 p.m., arrivii>K ni KokIo
al :i.aT�� p.m.
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & THAI). CO,
i)[.i ini inn "ii KootiMiny I��nkonnd Itivur.
8i.r. "InUirnational" lonvuH Kanlo for N<! I non
al t> n. in. dully oxr_pt Bunilny. RoluriifiiK.
luuviw Nolnon ftl ft.tOp.rn,, calling at Halfour,
Pilot tiny, Ainawortll nmi all way points. Con-
l.i'i'i ��� with H. Y. tt N. train lo and from ttpo
kano nlKivo Milnl'olnt.
LAHDO-DUNUAN DIVISION.
Htr. "AlbertA" loavoa Ka��lo for Lardo and
ArK��ntii at H::W)]iiu WcdnowliiVH
sif.niMT. call at principal laiullnKH In both
diroclionH, and at other point* whnn .-iKitallrd
Ticketn -old lo all pniiiu in Canada and the
United Btatea,
To atioorU-ln rales and full information ad-
Are Your Feet Right?
Arc they dressed in the latest
style? If not, call and see our
stylish
footwear    at    popular
prices.
Our
Ladies'   Patent Leather
Shoes arc just right
HEAD OFFICE NELSON. B. C.
__ __m iAjAAAii na __
LILLIE BROS. |
Branch Markets in Rousland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Ordon by mall to any branch will have careful and promnl allcnilon.
Tho Sliooists
^V^yy����VV*MVVVVVM��rV��r>r>^^%r*^r^r^r^rX^r>r^r>rWr>^rVVMV**������4
CARD OF THANKS.
������������������������
We  wish  to extend our thiniks to the people of Nelson
for (heir valued patronage during the past  three  years, ami
also to express the hope that   il   will   he  continued   to  our
successors, Messrs. Mcl.achlan Bros., who we
will leave nothing undone to please and satisfy
them with B share of Iheir husiness,
Vory gratefully yours,
VANCOUVER IIahuwakk Co.,
are  satislied
ill who favor
I.in.
������������������������
Hnvtnfi purchased the business of the Vancouver Hard
ware Co Ltd.. we hope by strict attention to business and
an up-to-date stock to merit a continuance ol the pleasant
business relations enjoyed by our predecessors. Il is our
intention to enlarge our stock to meet the requirements of
this progressive city.     Please note future ;
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
Oapital Pnhl'np,    ,   .    .    ���i.tMA.tia.aa 1   Br.., ai,?**.*** e
iii.iini  Bf  hlrrrior��i   Tli'Miirv K. Ki-niiy,   _��pMav|l   Thoatai   Kitclilf,   V1c��-W*m14uoI.
Wiley Mmilli.  11.(1. liaulil, lluii. II. IL Kul)<<r. M.L( ., Hon. Duvlil IIuKna.
il..,.i  iHti.r. Malirai :
Oasatal M hi.u:i-t. K<Uon U IVohv Montrvul.
BuptrlnLondrnl "f Uranehaa. nmi Mnihn), W. Ii, Torruic��. luur.i.
lii-|Mi-lnr, W. V. Hnwk. Il-iiif.i\.
hi-I rr I or I>. M. Ht����url, Monlrenl.
Bra nr brat
\ntn HrnlU   II illfitx ltrnnrli   AntIkohImIi. MridKawnlrr, (Inynlioro. l^rmdoMrrr;. I^inni.tHjrv.
MiiiiliHul (Hur.i- Co.), I'h ton,   I'ori llm* k. ri.iuj,  Hyilnvv. HtiulM'iwrjullr. Truro,  W.ruioulh
\r\��  HrntiHMlrk    H.iil.urrt.   l��nn Inkier,  KmlcrlrUm,  Kiii��i��h, iKftii  i u i. M inn.  New-
OaatlO,BackVllle, WoimI-Iih k.    r. I. l>Uml    �� linrlottrtown. -im |.,i.lr.    linrWr    MonlroAl
Kit) niii.i'i. MotilraaL VVeal Knd H'ui. noira Ih.mr and H��lKii��iini HtirrU): Wentmouni K'��r.
Unwno Avonuo and KU UaUtarlnai BUveL   omari*  OtUwa,   \r��<-mm*i\*n4   HuJoUuV.
4'uIih, Wril liHlIrn    lli.viinii.   I mi. <l fMitlr-    Ni-h Vork (l��l Ktrhaii|[a I'lact?! Ititpulilio, Wub
ItKANCHKS IN I'.KITISH (OI.HMIlh.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
< ���rrr��|��**4r��lai
(a ii nil n-Mcrchmil- Iw.uk of ('nnmlfi.    H����l*>n    National Hhawmul Itank.   �� hlra��*   Am��rirw
Nnllonnl  Hank    Man  lr��n.i-oi    Ln t   Nntltnnil  Hniik.    I��>m<Uh, ��� :������.    Ilank of  Hi-otland.
I'url*,   I'miMT    Oredll   I.)oihiiUh.    Itrriimda    Itntik of llvriiniila.    < hlaa a��4 Japaa    Mtxitf
I iLollg aM BDaOfhAl HimkliiK Curixiriillow.
(leneral Uankinjc Bualness Tran����clcd; SterlliK bills of liachaago   ttourht
and Sold. Uttera of  Credit, l:U*., NetolUted.
! AccfitintH rttceivw! OH Um numt fiivoruMi* terma.    Int^ifat allowed on at��eclAl
.li|wr ii>- and on HitvinK linnk a��cutiula.
advertUemenU.
McLachlam Broi
iKKKKJO<K>��0��KXtJC��KKKKKKKKKKK
Place Your
Orders for
WE MAKE A SPECIAL l-EATUHE
OF   DECORATIVE   SKIN PAINTING
DOMINION   DAY  SIGN   PAINTING
Streamers, Banners,
Signs and Mottoes
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
West Kootenay Butcher Co,
AM.   KIMIH   UK
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Whon  turned  �����������
appi'ii ni lire nl your
ycni in determining
ordera nl once.
liv our
display
whnt ,v
artUI   ,''v warknof art    They will mid to the
Poor w'orU will detroel from It,   We ��ill ns'-i'.i
ni want    Give w plonty of time by placing j ���
dniiwi
HUHKHT III VINO.
Uaoa��er. Kanlo,
fl,C,
F.   J.   BRADLEY
Coiner Josephine und Victoria Streets.
&   CO.
Nelson, liritish loluinhlii
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   G.   TRAVE3.   Manager'.
Bakhr Street, Nelson,
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
sl NELSON DAILY MINER, SUNDAY. JUNE  24, 190a
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WE   ARE  STILL  AT   IT
WITH   OUR   LITTLE   HATCHET
Not out to knock, but out to cut prices. We have been advertising a slaughter sale for nearly a month, and will continue to sell at slaughter prices for another week at least. Our
hatchet is ground daily and cuts prices so close that no one can afford to overlook them. Sometimes we miss and cut below the cost line, and in such cases the buyer is the gainer. Come and
watch us wield this axe of onrs. It is a remarkable trade producer. It has brought us customers from everywhere. They have come by boat, by train, by wagon, by tram car and on foot.
But the main point is:    They got here.    Here's where the hatchet will be found at its deadly work tomorrow:
A priVe li) Towels.
a dozen Towels, size ISxilii. Linen lluck ; regular 35c, while   tbey   last.
per pair $      25
Ti dozen White Cotton Towel*. :.'4x40: regular llllc, to clear, per pair         SO
1(1 dozen Turkish Towels, all linen, fancy stripe,    size   l"_4:i: regular
75, to clear, per   pair         ill)
JSlokise*.
1 dozen White Muslin ltlouses: regular 81.50, to go at J?     or,
1 dozen Scotch Gingham mouses, in checks of blue, red anil pink (regular 81.75, sale price     1 00
:i dozen Blouses, fast colored Percallne with white Pique yokes:  regular 11,35, to go at         7(1
s^**e**
��"��"��">"0">'l����l��'l��"��"��������'���">"���"���"���"���"*" ��������_
950 yards of Oriental Irish Point and Torchon Laces from
'.' to 5 inches wide: regular Hie. 12 l-2c aud Lie. On
sale Monday afternoon  only at
5 cents per yard.
i > a_ns t __iai __Mt __Hi r_-*t __hat���_M t a���fe-st���_l
Wash  Goods.
'(Id yards Pique, all colors, newest patterns; regular Lie per yd. to goat.X
till yards of fancy black striped Muslin; regular -'lie per yard, to go at.   \-J
25 yards Katlkl Itatiste; regular Lie per yard, to go at	
85 yards Heavy Dross Duck; regular 50c, to go at	
50 yards Imported Pronoll striped Lawn, lined stripes; regular   51k.',   to
go at	
SrrtafilWareB.
Corsets, regular 75c summer corset, to clear at _
Corsets; regular 81.25 summer corset, to clear at	
Ladies' Stock Collars: regular price 81.50, to clear at	
White Chamois Gloves, two dome fasteners   and   silk   points:   regular
81.00, to clear at....
I.odics'  Black Silk Parasols, fancy handles, steel   rods;
to clear at	
regular   81.80,
Come while the axe is sharp and cutting deep
Martin   O'Reilly & Co
$<_4*
THE TRANSVAAL WAR.
London. June 23.���All Ihe news trom
South Africa contiunes satisfactory
from the British point ot view. Trains
might soon be running between Durban and Jolianiiesliiirg. According to
a Pretoria despatch lleueral Botha
possesses full powers to conclude peace
aud it is reiterated that he is willing to
surreuder, hut President Kruger remains obdurate.
The fact that a deputation from Pie-
terinarilzbiirg, iu the northern Transvaal, hns approached Lord Roberta
witb an iuvilation to send a force to receive the submission of the towu, is
regarded as Important, for l'ieterinar-
itzburg is far removed from the pres-
eut scene of operations.
the pavilion | Great West
At 5-Mile Point
The best Summer Hotel on Kootenay
Like. Always cool and shady, wilii
beautiful walks and splendid Bceuery.
One ot the best spots for llshing ou the
lake. First-class table aud bar. Best
of attention.
R F. PERRY, Manager.
Life Assurance Co
rillk'TI IIIKKCTOKY.
H. Havioikh [Ks'oi.ihiiI Chuhcii���Cornor
W.tnl .tn.l Mli.M M- HuihIi.yh: Holy Com
in wu um , 8 a. m.: and on t ho l -i ami M -1 Humltiy*
in tho month after Malting; Muim- at 11 a.m.;
Humlay Hrhool 2,30 p.m ; RretMODg7.80, l>iill>
MnUln .ti '.lui n. m. ThnMfUyi and rialnlV
I>ay_: Holy Communion 10 a, tn. Friday*:
Kvi-N- ..UK ;.:'ji \i. m., followed by choir practice. 11. H. Afcchumt, Ki'.hir. Krod Irvino,
Geo. JohiiHloiifl, WanluiiH.
Catholic   Ciiukcii-Comer Ward and Mill
street* Miwh every Sunday at Hand Hum n.m
Henedtrilon at 7.30 p.m.    Mi- every WOOk day
at 7.15 a.m.   liuv.   rather  Kerlaud Keel or.
Pkkhi.ytkkian I'lirmii   Sri-Mi'.- :ii ii a.m.
and  7.:w   p.m.     Hunday  : iJ I at 2.&I p.m,
Pntyer moetlnn Thurnday evenlnK at H p.m.;
ChrlriUan Kndeavor BOGMtff meeU ovory Tuesday   evenlnK   nt  8   o'clock.     Hev. IL Krew,
Putor,
Mr i it'.iiihi Church -Corner HIHnn and
Jo-tephlne Hlreel-t.   BervlOM at II a.m. and 7.31)
fi. D). ; Sabbath School, MO p.m.; I'rayer mooing on FYiday ovonlng al 8 o'clock? Kpworth
league ��'. K., Tuesday at H a.m.      Itov. John
Knl.  .tn.  I'.i   lur.
Salvation Ahhv Hervlr . ovory evening
at ttu'cloch lu Imrr.ti'k on V otori rttreet
.\ii iu.! u,i  KdgecomlHi in eharun.
ItAiTiKT Chuhcii ��� Horvletw morning and
avHiiingal II a.m. and l.Wi p.m.; Prayer meet,
log Thurrirtay evening al K p.m. the H. Y
V.V, l i>< .In v evening at H o'clock. Htrungerx
nnrdlally welcomed, itov. (1. J.Coulter White,
PtfttOf,
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at  the  following news stores at five cents per
copy:
Gilbert Stanley Nekton
TlumiMiu SlaUdaery Co NoIhoii
Canada IlriiK&Dook Co. NuIhou
Hotel Hume News -land Nelaon
Hotel Phair Newu Hiunii Nelaon
fi, Campbell Vinii
C. V. Nelaon Now Denver
J F. I ii'linit-y Kowberry
It. A.   llradilhaw Slocan City
Blocan Now* Co. Bandon
'I'liomson Bros. Vancouver
l.anioiii& Young Ku-lo
H. A. Kinit A Co, Grconwood
and  News   Agents   on  boats  and
trains out of Nelson
LODGE MKIITINCIS.
A
SKIJjoN LODOH,   No. _l, A.Y.A A
M. incut* BSOBUd W'lMlni'Hilny   In oach
 iii.   vi iiniK brathan wdoAnaf.
(milium* ��F isi'millHi.M.
MK'AWHKIt, MU'AWIIKIt FltACTION.
DIllKl "I'llltATK.MTHONTIAN, DIRECT-
UKA'I'KKltACriUN I.A IH'IIA and I.A
HI  It A  FRACTION MINKKAl, CLAIMS.
Sl I I 1 I I IN I III. N'K.I HUN Mimni. IllVIHION IN
THK IllHTKlCT OK WlCHT KoOTKNAY ���
\\ III III l.iu I im: llv MlMlill Mlll'S-
TAIN, ON TMK NllllTII KoKK OK 8ALMON
ItlVIR.
H1AKK NOTICRlhat I. C. D. McK.nsie, Kmc
1 .Miner . t'crtirlcatu No B HTlii. aclliiK aa
airont for the lln Um:- B.C. Kx|ilorullon Hyndl-
OalS, l.iiilll.-.l. l-'.M.l'. No. Ull7ir_. intend, Hlxty
du)K from the dale bet-cot, to apply to thu Mill
in.: I:,, ,,i,t,'i for ('orlittcalcH of InitirnvcmenU,
forlhe pturposs of obtaining Crown MriinlH of
tin- ittaive claims.
Ami fin ih,'i ii'lic notice that action, under
-c, iinn :17, muni tn- , um incl bofora the In-
iiii,, ������ of -ti, I* t i-n iili-nicH of IiiiprovimienU.
Iiniiil llilalweiitf Ihlntday of February, ItHJO.
|:H C. I). McKKNZIK
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
On mini Property.
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
COAL!   COAL!
Great Reduction!
<aK�� $9.65 Per Ton
""Toil!"*1' $6.15 Per Ton
DELIVERED.
C.W.WEST&CO.
TKLKI'IIONK US.
^/KM^.    '��� O- ��.   '���     Koot��n��r   U��ls.'
flE   BBr No. Hi, meet* every Monday nl^lii.
^*M^^^ at  their   Hall,  Koolonay Hirool
���-'uliuii iiiinr (1,1,1 Fellowa cordially lnvllod.
Jnhli Henley, N. tl.    John A. Mcltae. V. O.
H. \V. Ilullicrfonl, MS.
Ne
anil
���l-,nn Fncjimiiuii'iii Nu. 7.   Meet.* every Und
 in, Friday of each month, in Odd Fellow,.'
Hall, roiner linker anil Knoteiuiy ��trci-l>,
Neliwn. A. II. Cl.unoiiK C. I'.; II. McArthur,
H. H.    \ i il ihk brothen* uhvuj - welcome.
COtlllT KOOTKNAY. I. (I. K��� No. 31.11 ���
Mci'tintfH Ith Tbunwlny cf month. Fraternal
hall, J A Irving C, It.   P. It. Fleming. It. 8,
NKUIIN    I.IIIKIK    Nn.    ��'..  K.  nfl'
nioetM In K. of 1*. hall, Oddfellowi block
Xeverv   Tiiemlay  evenlnK at 8 o'clock
rJAll v i- iiliiK knlghtx cordially  Invltod
I., BOOTT C.  C,
I _______________________
NKIJBUN I..O.U No. inn iniKda in tha Mao-
linimlil block every Thtimday evonlns at 8
I'clock. VlHltlna* ineiaberM cordially lnvllod
it. ItobliiKon. W. M.i M. Crawford, It. B.
NKWON'H (Jl'KKN NO. 211
BtlNB OF F.NOI.AN1). moetn
llrat and third Wednesday of
oach month nt Fiaternlty hall,
corner of Baker and Kootenay
BtrsttS. VIhIIIiik I,i,-llini. nmi
iall] Inviled.
     John Watson. Secretary,
NKLHON AKHIK No. 22, kT~0. It, most.
every Hecond and fourlli WednciMlay* of each
Hi ciiiIIi. Vlaitlnv member, conllally hull
ed.ui,-. ProHHei, Becrelary.
E. J. SCOVIL
��� ������������<l  !!�����_�����.        SOTASI   II RIM .
Wiadsmiars Mlass.   C^rrosp - oocoHol'nlLrd j
W'INUKJtMKHK, 4, 0.
GOOD    llnl'l.     MINKKAl,    CLAIM.
Situate in tho Nelson Mining Division uf West Kootenay District Where
located: ou Morning Mountain, adjoining the A li-,nun mineral claim.
Take notioe. tbat. 1, Robert Hoott
l.i-iinie, as agent for tbn Athaliascn
(i.ihl Mine, Limited, Free Miner's
(lertillcate No.  lliliill-l. intend   lln days
fi  tbe   date   hereof, to apply to the
Mining Uecnriler for a certificate uf
improvements, for the purtxiae of obtaining a Urowa Urant of tbe above
claim.
And further take notice that antinn,
nnder section 117 must he cominuuoed
before tbs issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.'
Dated Ibis Kith day of June A. D.,
WOO.
It. H. I.KN M li
Two    first-class    HOTEL
SITES   ncar proposed
new railway station.
Business and Residential Lots
in all parts of the original Townsite.
FRANK FLETCHER,P-L-S.
Land Agent.
Next Bank of Montreal.
C.KI'i.llU.I  CAST STtKL
WIHE ROPE
7-H inch iliniii. 9JRn_per UK) feet. Fur
iiiiinedliite delivery in Nelson
apply.
J. 0. T. CROFTS,
P. O. Mox b7b. Nelson, n. C
OKIOINAL. MINKKAL OLAIM.
Situate in the Nelaon Mining Division of West Kootenay district. Where
located; on Mineral mountain adjoining tbe Arllugton Mtue, near Krie,
B. C.
, Take notice that I, O. D. McKenzio,
agent foi the Hastings (British (loluiu-
jlita) Kxploration rlyndioate, 'limited,
Free Miner's nertlflrstn No. II 8)1101,
intend, sixty days from tbe date beie-
of, to apply to  tbe   Mining   Hecorder
; for a Certificate of IniprovtimantH, for
I tbo pnrpose of obtaining a Crown
Urant of the ar.ove claim.
And further take notioe tbat aotion,
nnder section 87, mint be cotntnenoad
before tbe Issuance of  snch Certificate
of Improvements,
Dated this lath dar of Jane, IU00.
a P. MoWMV. *U��n��-
PYLE'S    PEARLINE
Large Size
15  CENTS
For Salo By
Western Mercantile Co. Ltd
... STORAGE .. .
Storage space to rent; good, clean and cool; at  reasonable
rates.    Apply to
Tlie Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, Macdonald Block.
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ORIGIN OF TRADE MARKS
Trade marks were used as far back as
the 16th Century.
They originated from the signs that, in
the early ages, were hung over the shops
telling of the wares iuside.    To-day  the
t. ���      trade mark is branded on the goods them-
P    selves,   enabling   tlie  purchaser  to   identify   the good
from the bad and indifferent.
i
V On a Slater Shoe the name and price appear on the
Jj    sole  in  a  slate  frame,   $4.00 aud  $5.50.    Kvery  pair
Goodyear welted.
I.II.I li: BROS    Aberdeen Block.
^*> **/ If)/ \4/�� \*/1*/ *i/1*> V*/1��/ liy Hi/ **/ H 0> Hi/ V*> V*/ ��*/ \*> V*/ \#/ \*> **i n*/ n*x<^
,.THURMAN ..j
I The Tobacconist
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DIRECT IMPORTATION.
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I Bock, Henry Clay, I,a Espan- 1
I ola, La Carolina. ��
I ������  .    T I
'_l 1 he finest Imported Cigars to  be  had   in   Nelson. ^
:_5 I'"ine line of English and Egyptian   Cigarettes  and ��
_8 Tobaccos. *
3
l^t_>' ^__? ^i? V,jL^ r__? '?a_? 'fdiJS^
AU The War News.. 1
Specials From Victoria 1
Specials From Ottawa f
Specials FromWinnipeg |
Specials From Montreal |
All The Canadian News |
All The Local News . . f
���IN   THE���
..Miner..
Publishes more Telegraph News than all
other West Kootenay Papers,     .
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8T. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
NKIXON   H. (',
A BOUdltlfl ami  l��uy BohOOl OOlldnotofl  hy
the - i I-1 "i hi. JoMbh of Peaoo. ItlBittu-
tii.'d nt ilitM-orncrof Mill and JoMphlno ���trofita, j
in outs df iho bml KMldonUn] portions of Nolnon, nnil it* i !����� i'j KOCOarible fioui nil p.iiis
Of I Welly.
'I'tii'' hiiimo nf Imly ihrlui'.i-. I li��' fiimliin.i'ii
tnl ntu! hiKhi'i liiiHU'lit-H of a thoroiiKh l''"i:ii li
(Mlni'tition. HuhIihwh eonrMi��� Hookki!opltiK.
HtonoKraithynnd Typewrit In^. Heience OOniW
���Uumo, Vocnl nnd li.Hlnmiont.nl; lirnnini:,
etc���(Main and Art Noorilowork; CnliHthonlcK,
etc.
Yor liTuei an I Particular, apply
tjypertor,
15. Ii.  B. PIPES
������������������������������
3   Tobaccos  and   Smoker's  Supplies   of   al
kinds.
THURMAN
The Tobacconist.
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i
i
DELIVERED AT YOUR D00RF0R
65g_U_i
PER MONTH.   50 CTS. BY MAIL
^W^<li
- ��.     ��� WUUWVI110I1     ml, | ,, a    i
,-* J-. I'HANK   A.
NELSON WINE CO.,
whoro roil can dopenrl on Betting the beat
iirHiiiln In Um niarkeL and any quantity from
10c. up,   1'rlcoH eannot be dlaputea,
���rtmuw m.
Fbank A. Tambi.vk, Mgr.,
Nsuon
TTpTwHALLEY, I P.
NOTARY   PUBLIC
Office With C.   W.   West Ss  Co., Vor.
Hall and Baker Streets.
City Oflice of  the Nelson Soils Water
Factory,
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