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Daily Edition No. 803
Nelson, British Columbia, Monday Evening,  August 13,  1900.
Tenth Year
WANT ADVANCE
ARRESTED
That Is Now the Main Object
of Chinese Diplomacy.
(BY ASSOCIATl-I) PRESS.)
London, Aug. 13.���Aa the Allies
were to rest three days at Yang Tsun
It is supposed that a further advanee
waH begun on Aug. 10, but no word
has come through from Yang Tsun
Since Aug. 8, when the Jupunese commander, in a message to Tokio under
that date, said '.'0,0(10 Chinese were
confronting the Allies.
The Japanese losses at Pel Tsung.
August Oth, were 800 killed and
wounded. The Chinese left 900 dead
on the Held. The main object of
Chinese diplomacy,   us appears from
tbe great efforts being made in London aud nt the Continental Capitals,
Is to induce the Powers to suspend the
murcli of the relict expedition.
An explanation us to why some of
the l'ekin cipher messages are dated
Tsi Nan, Is made by the 11 rent Northern Telegraph Company, which
points out that it has a regular courier service between l'ekin and Tsi Kan
and that the wires are working from
the latter place.
forces composing the relief expedition.
"ALVEY APEE,
"Acting Secretary of State.
"Washington, D.C., Aug. 18, 1000."
This reply to the overtures   communicated   by   Minister   Wu   was   telegraphed lust night to thc   representatives ofthe United States for communication to the   Governments   of   the
Powers  co-operating   ill     the     relief
movement.
PEKIN IN SEVEN DAYS.
New York. Au?. 18���Under a copyright head the Evening World today
has a despatch from Frederick Palmer
dated Che Koo, Aug. 10, which states
that a general advance   of   the   relief
column was made on the morning  of
An;;. 8 and adds that the allied forces
will probably reach l'ekin in seven
days.
A GRIEVOUS ERROR.
New  York,  Aug. 13.���The Evening
World today has a dispatch dated Che
Foo, August ��tb, signed by Frederick
Palmer, telling of a terrible mistake
at the taking of Yung Ts.in. The
dispatch suys the Russian artillery
opened fire on the American troops.
Ile.'ore the mistake was discovered
many American soldiers had been
killed or wounded by the Russian
shells. Purt of the casualties to the
Fourteenth Infantry was the result of
the Russian Are.
As the Chinese fled the regiment
entered and occupied one of the
Chinese positions. A Uusaiun battery
buttery some distance off did not
notice the movement, It opened fire
on the position und planted shells
among the American troops. The
Russian troops were quickly notified
und ceased their Are.
The Americans captured the Chinese
works. Their casualties are estimated at seventy altogether. Most of
these ure in the Fourteenth Infantry,
The long march and tbe heat played
havoc with the troops, says the correspondent, forty per cent of the
Ninth Regiment were completely exhausted us a result of the march and
the light that followed. The Allied
force is resting at Yung Tsun for two
or three days.
Then It is to be a rush forward on
erntaent to Minister Wu's eoniniuni- Pekin, The Chinese ure demoralised
cation, delivered on Sunday morning, I by tbeir defeats und no rest or chance
notifying the Department of the up-J to recover from their demoralisation
poiutiiient of Karl Li Hung Chung ns is to be given tbem by the Allied
Envoy   Plenipotentiary to  negotiate troops.
with the Powers.
GUNS FOR CHAFFEE.
Washington,   Aug.   111. ���The   War
Department has received the following
from General Barry: "Nugasaski.Aug.
13.���Adjutant-General, Washington.���
Transport Sumner arrived at this port
on the tenth. No casualties occurred.
The health of the command is excellent. Will proceed to Taku on the
Indiana.   Barry."
The Summer carried a battalion of
the 15th Infantry, Thc Indiana also
will take aboard tbe Blege guns and
Maxim Held guns, which General Chaffee requested and which General Mac-
Arthur sent from Manila. It will
take ubout three dnys for the Indiana
to reach Taku,
UNITED STATES REPLIES.
Washington, D. C. Aug. Ill���The
Department of State today made public the reply of the United States Gov-
with the Gordon Highlanders, Corn-
walls nud Sliropshires. nnd wus commanded by (leneral Sinitli-Doi'en.
This Brigade formed a part of l��n
Hamilton's division. the famous
Ninth, (hi the tlth of June General
Hamilton issued a general order commending the Nineteenth Brigade,
This is an exact copy,
���' "The Nineteenth Brigade has
achieved a record of which any infantry might he proud. Since the
date it was formed, February 12th.
P.lOO, it has marched (WO miles, often
on half rations and seldom on full.
It has tuken part in the capture of
ten towns, fought in ten general engagements und wus in action 21 other
days. In one period of 30 days it
fought on 31 of them and marched 11-7
miles. Casualties between 400 and
500.    Defeats nil 1
(Sgd.)    '"I. J. HAMILTON,
" -General-Corn'ding Ninth Div.
" 'Pretoria, June 6th, P.I00.' "
Mr.    Dickson   also   describes  many
other   details   but  the above extracts
are  the most interesting parts of  his
letter.
RAGE WAR THREATENED.
A Tragedy ln Georola May Lead lo a Conflict
Eetween ttio Races.
Sylvania, Gu., Aug. 13.���An incident, likely to result in a race war iu
u locality near here, occurred Saturday night when R, F. Harrington and
Milton Nettns, driving   home met two
negroes,    named    Alexander,   in    a
buggy. The wheels of the vehicles
collided. A quarrel ensued, when tbe
negroes drew pistols nud shot Harrington and Neaps dead. The pews
spread quickly und Captain Jesse
Wade organized a posse to capture the
murderers. As the posse approached
tlie house of the Alexanders tt number
of shots iu rupid succession were fired
into the posse from the house. Captain Wade fell mortally wounded.
The posse withdrew uud went for
Sheriff Thompson. Tbe. Sheriff with
u reinforced posse started in pursuit.
Ill the section where the tragedy occurred the hluek population considerably outnumbers the white, nud it is
snid all the colored neighbors of the
Alexanders will assist In defeating
the Sheriff.
Tills reply wns sent to Minister Wu
at r> o'clock Sunday afternoon and is
us followB: "Touching the Imperial
edict of August 8th, appointing Li
Hung Chung Envoy Plenipotentiary
to Conduct negotiations on the part of
China with the Powers, and the request for a cessation of hostilities
pending negotiations, eomniunicutcd
to Mr. Adee by Wu on the 13th of
August, 1B00!
"The government of the I'nited
States learns with sutlsfuctioii of the
appointment   of  Karl Ll Hung Chang
as Envoy Plenipotentiary  to conduct
negotiations with the Powers, and
wlll, on its purt, enter upon such
negotiations with a desire to continue
the friendly relations bo long existing
between the two countries.
"It is evident thut there cun be no
general negotiations between China
and the Powers so long as the Ministers of thc Powers and the persons
under their protection remain in their
present position of restraint and danger, and that the Powers cannot cease
their efforts for the delivery of these
representatives, to which they are
constrained by the highest considerations of national honor, except under
an arrangement adequate to accomplish u peaceable deliverance.
"'.Wears ready to enter Into an
agreement between the Powers and
thc Chinese Government for a cessation of hostile demonstrations on con-
dltloa that u sufficient body of the
forces composing the relief expedition
shall he permitted to enter l'ekin unmolested and to escort the
foreign Ministers und residents
back to Tien Tsin, this movement being provided for und secured by such
arrangements and dispositions of
troopB as shall be considered satisfactory by the generals commanding the
FROM TIEN TSIN.
Tien   Tsin,   Monday,   Auj.
Shanghai,   Aug.   13.���The
via
army advanced 13 miles today. Two reliable
couriers who left l'ekin August 1st arrived today at Tien Tsin. They say
thut the Empress Dowager fed the
foreigners for a few days. Thc former Viceroy of Sunn Tung, who Is
bitterly anti-foreign, arrived with
new troops according to these couriers
and planted two batteries on the wall
near the Legations. The enemy begun
Shelling and opened a fierce rille fire
which has kept up for two days. The
head of the missionary board with a
party, while trying to get provisions,
wus killed. The uriny took Yung Tsun
todny. They suffered heavily. The
American loss was smull.
WRECKED ON A TRESTLE.
Lake Charles, La., Aug. 13���Th
Southern Pacifio Company suffered a
complete wreck of passenger traiu No,
11 last evening. The t.-ain was going
at full speed over the trestle over the
l.ucnsine Bayou, when the tender
jumped the track and broke loose
from the engine. Tbe engine went on
and the nine couches were thrown in
every direetiou. Only oue Pullman
ear remained on the truck. The ears
were nearly all thrown Into the mud
and water of the l.ucnsine Ilnyou.
The trestle was completely demolished. The railroad men on tlie train
declare that it was the most complete
smashup they ever saw. On hoard
the train were about 130 people and
the fact that only one, a boy wus
killed is beyond explanation,
BRIEF LOCALS.
Mr, M . Desbrlsay, formerly ol Nelson, Ih in tlie oity for a few days,
The Standard Copper Company recently made the final payment on the
Marguerite at Greenwood, on which
they held un option for J30,000, The
oompany Intend erecting a smelter on
Boundary Creek, it is Bald on the Kerr
ranch, about a mile below Boundary
Fulls. The smelter will probably employ SO men. It is claimed thnt ore
can be treated much cheaper by the
pyrite system, which will be used in
the new smelter, than by the older
methods,
Mr, Vi. C, Matthews, general niau-
ager of the 11. B, Dun Mercantile Co.
in Canada, is in Nelson for a few
days. Mr. Matthews is visiting his
brother Mr. Chas Matthews who is
local agent for the Company. Mr,
Matthews makes a biennial trip
through this purt of the country und
eaoh time he comes he sees a great
change und Improvement in the country in general. Speaking of Nelson
Mr. Matthews said "1 um both astonished and gratified ut the rupid growth
and substantial Improvement tlint 1
see In your city. 1 huve always hnd
the greatest faith in the future of the
city, and dining the lust two years I
hnve seen my prophesies realized to a
lar^e extent; the improvements in
nnd around the city have been of a
most lusting nnd substantial character; ou every hand there are buildings
and well kept streets, of which any
city of greater wealth and population
might well be proud. Nelson, to my
niind.liusn great future before her and
needs hut to keep on in tlie manner
in which she has been progressing ill
the lust two years.
PROVINCIAL NEWS
IN GENERAL
TELEGRAPHIC   BRIEFS.
Victoriu. Aug. 13.���The Tees bus
arrived here with a big sum in gold.
The purser bad 8300,000. News is
brought that Copt Huiiniuglon. skip
per of the Florence S., which capsized
on Luke l.ehnrge. baa been exonerated
by the court of Inquiry at Dawson.
Oue of the passengers on the Tecs was
capsized, nnd swum two miles with
one woman, who wus drowned. She
relaxed her hold within ten feet of
the shore.
Victoria, Aug. 13,���The following
appointments have been made by His
Honor the Lieutenant-Governor, and
appear In the current issue of the
ollicial Gazette:
Put C. Shine, of Spokane, to be a
Commissioner for the taking of ,,nllis
in und for the courts of British Col-
unibitt.
K. T, W. Penrce, Kamloops, to he
Assessor and Collector, Collector of
Revenue tax, Provincial Police Constable. Clerk of the Pence for Yule,
und Mining Recorder for Kamloops
Mining Division, vice Martin Heattic.
K. K. Chipniiin. of Kaslo. to lie Mining Recorder, for Ainsworth. Assessor
and Collector, Collector of Revenue
tax for Slocan, Registrar for Kootenay
County, vice D. C.  Kurtz.
C. Browning of Slocan City, to be
acting provincial police constable,
acting registrar under the Marriage
Act, and acting mining recorder for
Slocan, during the absence on leave of
II. P. Christie,
Julius Wolff of New Denver, to lie
acting registrar of Kootenay county
court held at New Denver, and acting
collector of revenue nnd revenue tax,
during   the absence of A,  Melnnes.
Valley ,v Ker'uan. dry goods merchants of Grand Porks, hnve assigned.
The creditors meet at Grand Porks on
August  31st.
The Great Western Mines of Kng-
liiiul. with the local ollice ut Rossland,
has beon registered us an extra provincial company with tho capital
sioek ,,f the company at yr.oo.ooii.
Militia Department is also In communication with the Impcriul authorities in regard to an additional order
for hoots nnd clothing as well as to
the milking of portable houses. These
supplies will be shipped nt Vancouver.
WHARF COLLAPSED.
DEFEATS NIL I
Genera! Hamilton Praises the 19th Brlijade
in Which Canadian Contlnoent Served.
Mr, R. M. Macdonald has received a
letter from Corporal W. J. G- Dick-
sou, in South Africa with the flret
Canadian Contingent. The letter is
duted at Springs, 2S miles cast of
Jahaniiesliurg, June 18th.
Mr. Dickson tells of the experiences
of the contingent since his last letter
to Nelsou and expressed the opinion
and hope that they were soon to be
ordered home.     Mr. Dickson says also
As for thc Nelson  men:   we  lire   all
STILL AT IT.
Kingston. Jamaica, Aug. 13.���There
wus heavy lighting lust week south of
Cartlicgonft, Colombia, according to
mail advloeS from Colon. The rebels
lost heavily and retreated, Letters
from Colon Buy the rebels were rallying nnd that an attack by them wns
feared at an early date. The writer
describes the suffering of the people
as very great, one says that a disorder
resembling the  bubonic  plague had
developed at Panama. So many were
killed ill the lust battle in Panama
that some of the bodies hud to be
burned.
M1LLMEN WANT A RAISE.
Ban Pranoisco, Aug., 13���The Mill-
men's Union, hacked by the Building
Trades' Council, today began in earnest Its fight fur an eight hour day.
A strike hns been ordered and the
strength of thc movement will coon be
known. The union men nsk for the
same pay for eight hours us is now
given for nine hours work. The mill
men say they cannot grant the demand
and meet eastern competition,
Munich, Aug. 18.���Pllllbury won
the lirst game iu the tie toiirnument
against Maro_y this morning. These
two and Sc'iletstcr hnve lo play a tie
tonrniinie.it because they were tied in
the international chess tournament
concluded here on Kriday.
Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 13���A fire
broke out shortly after six o'clock
this morning and destroyed the Dakota elevator, one of the largest elevators in Buffalo,
Owlngaville, Ky., Aug. 13.���After
coming to blows witli Levi Goodpustcr
over n discussion of n light he had n
month ugo with another man, Rdgar
Connor shot and killed Qoodpaster.
New York. Aug. 13���Three employees In tee New York Steam Heating Co, were killed this morning by
the breaking of a 15-inch pipe   elbow.
BIG   PULP PLANT.
FLASH    LIGHTS.
The Granite   Mine has  been  closed
ilown.and the SB men employed   there
laid   off   on    Kriday last.    The
separated.       Hodglns   has   got   some
stuff billet  With Colonel  Girouard in j were
Johannesburg in connection  with the'Duncan  Mines Company   S   get
railroad, nnd should do well.     Lee la enough _t ore from the "���"'"��'��
with bin. und I expect he bus rather a   the Koynl (kudta. .Jo keep  1... sl.
good job.    Patterson   is   at Capetown   mill going and until   a   shaft   ssunk
uud has been there   for  some  time." , In the P ��HI to   ����"����������* depth
"Since   the  battle   of   Graspan the   to connectw th the  C   a��'*"''
contingent  has   formed   part  of the' ment work  in  the latter will be at ���
Nineteenth   Brigade, being brigaded rf standstill.
Tom Peed was once to mike a speech
in Vermont, but wus unable to do   so
as the heavy ruins hud destroyed
parts of the llt.lo rcllroad, Accordingly he sent this lelcg-iim t "Cannot COme, washout on the line." Ill
u few hours the reply ciiinc; "Never
mind; come nny wny.  Borrow a Shirt."
��� ���   ���
A mnn has three characters i   That
which he exhibits, thnt which he hns
and that which he thinks he has.
��� ���   ���
There is no greater fool than he
who thinks himself wise; no one
wiser   than   he   who   suspects he is a
fool,
.     .    *
Tis human nature to swallow at one
niiHiilif.i' the lie that Battel- and to
drink   drop   by   drop   the   truth   that
is bitter,
��� ���  ���
If you pick u;i ii dog und inuke him
prosperous be will not bite you. This
is the principal difference between u
ilog und a man. ��� I'lidil'nhcail Wilson's
Calender,
��� ���  ���
There is no character, howsoever
good and tlie. but il cnu l,c destroyed
l,y ridicule, howsoever poor and witless, . Observe the uss for Instance:
His oharaoter la about perfect, he is
the choicest spirit nmong nil the hiiin-
hier animals, yet see what ridicule
hns brought liim to.    Instead of being
, pliluented   when  we ure called nn
uss, we ure left In doubt,
Largest Ono  In   the World 'o no Erected at
C.r���nd Frits, N.  E,
St.   Johns.   N.   1!..   Ac,'.   13.    The
building of the pulp p'ant  st Grand
Pulls. N.B., Is now snld lo he assured.
The plant is to be by far thc largest i'l
t.ic world, nearly double the si/e of
the great plant at MlUicock, Maine.
It will cost   87.110(1.0(111.    aud   one-half
the capital is furnished by Americans
and the other half by liritish capitalists,
The plans for the mill hnve been In
course of preparation for two years,
lis capacity will be 300 ions of wn' e
newspaper, 335 tons of ground p.'1!'
wood and lib tolls of sulphi.e pulp
daily, requiring 535 cords of wood a
day. The plant will furnish employment for lOoo hands, nnd a small ci.y
is expected to grow up where now is a
sleepy little village. The power furnished   by the Grand i'alls of the   Sl.
John river is immense beyond conception and other industries will be established at this spot or nea-b.'.
Twelve miles above the falls plans arc
being made for the erection of a number of mills for the manufacture ot
pulp and various prodnctsof hard and
soft woods. In this enterprise many
prominent men arc Interested among
then Lord Stru.hi'onu. I' aid, Stclso 1,
of St. John. N. It.. a_d Hon, B. P.
Burpee of Bangor, The power will
he electricity, generated at Grand
Kails and transmitted over 13 miles o!
wire. Land has been purchased for
the site of these mills and i; Is expected that the work of construction will
soon begin.
RESIGNS HIS COMMISSION.
Montreal. Aug. 18.���Captain Cralh-
cm, who has been In command of the
3rd Montreal Field Battery since Major Costlgan's departure for South A"-
rlcii iu February lust, hm resigned his
Commission owing to :erious differences between himself and brother officers. The battery Is temporarily under iln iiiiiiiukI of Lieutenant Colonel li. w. Stephens,
Muntrejl Excursionists Dumped Into Ihe Water at Isle Gros ii,,is.
Montreal, Que, Aug. 18���A considerable portion of the steamboat wharf
nt Isle tiros Itois collnpscd lust evening, precipitating n large number of
persons into the water and nothing
but the shallowness of the river at
that point saved scores of people from
being drowned. Several persons were
more or lesi injured.
It being very warm there were a
huge number of picnic parties at IbI.
tiros Hois and in addition there was
a large attendance at the annual picnic of Father Dowd Court 623, Catho-
Order of Fores.ers. It was ruining
heavily when at six o'clock the Iloeh-
elaga arrived at the lauding to take
the hist loud of passengers buck to
the City, As the vessel rung her bell
there was u serumlile th"ough the rain
to get on board and a jum on the
Wharf, All at once, while the luugh-
ing crowd were good nuturedly endeavoring to push themselves forward
to thc pie ��� head, there was n noise of
(���lushing of timbers und plunking, followed by a sudden, painful silence
ami Anally a great splash as the wreckage of the wharf with its humau  load
fell into the water,
A general scramble ont of the water
took place as soon as the surprised excursionists recovered their breath,
bill several women fainted and hud to
be (I agged out. Apart from dreneh-
ngs In the water there were only two
Injuries resulting, tine woman bud
an ankle broken and a girl fractured
her leg.
MILITARY NOTES.
Winnipeg,   Aug.    13,     Lord   St,-a h-
cona hat cabled the Military Department tlie following Invalided soldlors
,,n the Parisian, which sailed from
Liverpool  for Montreal "M  the Dth.
Sergeant    McConnell,    Prlval IS   Cook.
McLaughlin, Ward. Clark, Mel anley,
Wilson. Lynch. Pelkyn nnd llii'gras.
About ISO will follow on the Lake
Ontario on Tuesday next.
The    Ddmtnlon   Oovcrnmenl   contractors for militia clothing are  now
at work   on orders   revived   from the
Imperial Government for China,   Thcj
JAPANESE RAILWAYS.
Vancouver, Aug. 13,���Among the
passengers to'the cast today were the
Japanese Government railway ollieials
who are going to Paris to attend the
International railway conference, Mr,
S. Mntsirnoto, genernl director of
Government railways, was good enough
to give a correspondent some details of
the Japanese lines. The first track
wns built by Englishmen In is?-', Today there nre silo miles In operation
cir-rying more passengers but slightly
less freight than the C. P. K. They
ure almost entirely worked by
Japanese, Knglish locomotive engineers nud u German technical instructor being the only foreigners on the
sta". Their engines und steel bridges nre largely manufactured In
England,   but they   hnve begun   to
make locomotives themselves and
claim the distinction of being the
only builders in Asia. Mr, Matsuni-
oto, on liis way enst. will renew his
acquaintance With Ueneral Manager
Whyte, of the C. P. R., whom he met
iu Japan,
BRIEF DESPATCHES.
Nanaimo, B, C., Aug. 13���Mrs. William Stevens, wife of a local insurance agent here was probably fatally
burned this morning by the upsetting
of u coal oil lump, over which she wus
healing curling tongs tocurl her hair.
Kelieviiic.   Aug.   13.���Grasshoppers
are reported to have   destroyed   grain
in the northern part or this section ot
Ontario,   A  number of young cattle
have died   in   tlie same   section   from
idack quarter.
Fort Steele.    Aug.    13.���On   Sunday
evening Inst atChelmer, nenr Windermere, three sticks of giani powder
were   exploded    under   the   lloor   of a
cabin  occupied  by three Chinamen,
All three were seriously injured. Two
Of them are badly cut up.     No further
particulars a v obtainable.
Berlin, Aug. 18,���The Catholic paper (leriiiiinia says it Icarus that altogether 10 out of 50 missionaries iu the
Vlcarate of Southwest Pel (hi l.i have
been murdered and that 8,000 converts
have suffered the same way. ���H
Nelson  Daily   Miner,   Monday   Evening,   August 13,  1900.
a j.
BEATON, Editor and Manager
"MolarvTi     Ttail..    MlTiftT anderMaokenzle'   Our contemporary
UClSUIl     JJdiry    iYlUiCI   i8nota8_appya_ltml8ht be in lta
authority. The only deliberate, free
will choice of a date for a general
election Unit was made by Mr, Mao-
ki'ii/.ii' wns in September; liis other
choice wns under the constraint of h
crisis that wus precipitated In a No-
I'uilirr. and a winter oatnpalgn
came Inevitable in consequence,
^^^^^^^^^^
MORE ADVICE FOB Mil.   COTTON.
Prom little  sinus   here   and   there
now and then we get  the  impression
that Mr. Cotton Is In training   for   a
principal part In the  next   Dominion
elections.    He .1 i< 1 nol il"   us well   us
we hail reason to expect with liis  opportunities on the   Provincial  Mage.
He has good   abilities,   but   Bomehow
they were dissipated.   The gentleman
was a little too stiff-necked, and   perhaps has a higher estimate of his own
owers  than   the    actual   conditions
could be made to support.    The course
marked out for himself   was   not  the
wisest, and even when th'iB (act  must
have become obvious to   his   own   Intelligence   he   refused   to  be   moved
from it.    He kept on with most excellent stubbornness, with the result usual
in the case of persons who   run   their
heads against stone walls.
Seeing    the    fate   that   Inevitably
awaited   him,   The    Miner    strongly
advised  him  to   give   up   Provincial
politics   anil   put himself in readiness
for a contest in the next Federal elections.      Whether   this   suggestion    is
responsible   for   the   step   that   is sr
evidently   in   contemplation   does not
matter;  the Interesting thing is that
he   is   about   to   take it.    He anil his
friends  are understood to  be at work
to   secure   for   him   a nomination for
one   ��f the Coast constituencies.    Mr
Cotton   is somewhat   headstrong, and
therefore   a   good   subject for advice,
Wc shall have to await  further developments  before becoming sufficiently
familiar with nil the circumstances of
the Bitnation, but it  may be said now
that   the   gentleman will fliul it unite
as easy to make mistakes in following
up  hia   Federal   aspirations as experience   must   assure him he committed
ln the less ambitious I'rovincial arena.
No   politician   has  ever   been able to
run up the entire   game  off  his  own
bat.    If   Mr.   Cotton   is   to make any
sort   of   suceeBS, he   must   begin   by
thoroughly Impregnating himself with
the conviction  that combination   in
politics,   as   in   other   things,   is   the
only game that wins.
If we take him at his own estimate,
Mr. Cotton is a very   great   man; but
he Is not great enough to stand aliine.
Down at Ottawa, should  he  ever   get
there, he will find that government is
Conducted on Htrict party lines.    They
have no room for those  superior   persons who arc above party.   Our advice
to Mr. Cotton is to identify himself as
closely   as   possible   with   the   party
whose principles he is supposed to affect, and to be governed by those who
direet   its   fortunes.    Let   him   make
himself    subordinate   to  the   party,
rather than expect that the  party   h
to be subordinate to him.   If by  putting himself in the hands of his party
and depending on   his   merits, whatever   they   may   be,     be   can   obtain
a     nomination,      be   will    take   the
first       sure       and       Certain        step
towards a successful career as   a   Federal politician.   But if he  starts  out
with the Impression that he is  superior to his party,   and  can   orowd   out
other aspirants by the mere   assertion
of his own wishes,   he   will   come   to
grief a set-unit time, ami u Second disaster to a person of his character and
disposition is likely to prove the final
one.    Let him sensibly   moderate   the
too extravagant estimation   in   whieli
he holds Mr. Carter Cotton, and   keep
constantly in lniiid the fact that there
are others, anil   we   Should   feel   ourselves quite   free   to   predict   for   the
gentleman a fairly   BUCOessful   career
SS a Federal politician,
be
The Colonist would be Justified in
taking stronger ground than it doeB
when suggesting that the Provincial
Legislature lias no power to interfere
witli the status of aliens. That is a
matter that is the exclusive prerogative of the Federal authority. It
might be added that there is very
little sincerity in all this display of
anti-Mongolian legislation at Victoria, the persons engaged in it being
much more concerned in making
political capital for themselves and
their parties than in studying the interests of tlie country.
Economy Is Wealth
You   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.
������-.���.���.���.".
T,8tal���, LILLIE BROS.
T^WM^MrWWW^^y^^T^^^W^vWArWrVMM
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
"Sixteen faces," soliloquised The
Victoria Colonist the other day, "that
were present in the last House are
absent from the present one. Among
the absentees are all the members of
the Semlin Cabinet. This fact contains a lesson for politieians. It
shows what will happen to members
wheu the people get tired of them.
-here probably never was anything
like this before: A session in January
followed by a session in July, and not
a member of the Ministry in existence
at the January session in the House
at the Jnly session." What makes it
very much funnier is that the absent
Ministers and their supporters had
consecrated themselves to the sacred
task of extirpating "Turnerism,
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, M. C.
g_   _���_-    ____________A___A   _____   ft
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slooan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful a*4 sromnt attention.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALACE DINING AND OBSERVATION
OARS.-MEALSalaOARTE.
BUY
HUME  ADDITION
LOTS.
INCORPOR-ffl-ftteTO-
mTjTji
HUDSON'S
BAY
COMPANY
MAKES THE BKST
| FLOUR |
���������. ����������������������. ��� ��������_��������� ���������������4-. ���
Close connect ion Kast anil Westbound at Spokane w illi trains of the
trains of the Spokane Fulls und Northern ltiiilwuy.
Direct connection nt St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West anil South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily tor WeBt at 7:45 p.m<
West-bound (rains make direct con
nection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound,
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at  Dultith with
the magnificent steamships North West
and North-Land of tlieNortlioiii Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further Information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls A Northern Hy., Kaslo & Slocan
Ky., Kootei ai Railway Ss Navigation
Co., or to
F. I. WHITNEY.   H. A. JACKSON,
QeDl8fc?_���t1&%S3K. $& Highest awards at Winnipeg
School
Opening
Our Stock of
School
SuDDlles
is complete. All the
new ideas in Scribblers
and   Exercise   Books.
GAMBLE  &  O'REILLY
AGENTS.
HAMMOCKS
PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
Nelson,   B. C.
Lumber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
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We  are now doing business in
CANADA
DRUG&
BOOK CO.
EVERY   DAY
-AT THE-
CLUB HOTEL
Big Schooner
Heer or Half-unil-llitlf only
10c
ALWAYS FRESH AND OOOL.
The only good Heer iu Nelson.
Cor. Stanley .ind Hillcii Streets.
ED CURRAN, Prop
OUR NEW STAND
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
Next to Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see  all our
OLD customers and many NF.W ones.
Give us a call.
������.������.������������
KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
Telephone 10. P 0 Box, K and Vf
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I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings. Sash Doors.
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Industrial   Exhibition.
Sold at
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Corner Haker and Stanley Streets,
NELSON, B. C.
Mill st l'lLOTHAY   Yards. NKI.SON
and LARDO,
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SATWAED.
Hugh R. Cameron
Insurance Agent and Broker.
NOTICE  OF  HEETINQ.
The writer of "lurry" in the I ns-
cade Record should keep at it. Hit,
review of that Interesting work
known aii the Twenty-Sixth Annual
Report of the Registrar of Births,
Marriages, and Deaths in the Province of liritish Columbia is very
clever, and contains a large measure
of wit and humor,
After stoutly maintaining its position for several weeks. The Vancouver
World has retreated from October us
the date of the next Federal elections,
and has entrenched itself in tho front
and of January. It has selected this
ground under the Influence of an example It says wss set by the lute Alex-
MISCELLANEOUS
Advert.HomontK Inncrted under thin hoad at
the ii'" of ono cent a word per innertfon. No
iu 1 vurtiiteinont taken for Iohh than 25 oenU.
WANTED -General    Horvant.     Mrs.
Potu, Oedar Street Apply between
10 a. in. nud 1 o'clock,
Jh ^AH��*jsr 4^ Wedy #****
The   Highland   Mining   Conipany,   of
liritish Columbia, Limited,
In pursuance of o  requisition   in
Writing of Shareholders of the Conipany holding iii the aggregate flve-
elghta (5-8) of the whole number of
shares of said Company issued, the Directors of The Highland
Mining Company of British Columbia,
Limited, hereby convene anil call an
extraordinary general meeting of tho
shareholders of said Conipany, to be
held at the otliee of the Company at
Ainsworth, liritish Columbia.on Monday the :.'nth day of August. A. D.
1900, at the hour of s o'clock p.m.
llusiness: To approve a resolution
of the Directors of the Conipany to
dislKise of the assets,   rights,    powers.
privileges, ami franchise of tlie said
Company.
To authorise  the execution of all
necessary documents to carry out said
transfer.
Dated at Ainsworth, 11. ('.. this   4th
day of August, 1900.
Bv Order of the Hoard of   Directors,
T. .1. LENDRUM,
Secretary.
Policy Writing Oflice for the BtlKA
Fire Inhikamk Company ok Hakt-
1'imii and the OotOiBOTIODX FlKK In-
_iu.\..r_ Cii-ii'ANY of Hartford.
MONEYS  LOANED
Straight   Mortgage,   at  8  per cent.
Wanted���Molly Gibson Stock.
(leneral Agent for the Great Wkkt
LlKK   A_H1 HANl'K Oo.
FOB SALE���A paying Grocery and
Fruit business, Best part Main
Street, Cranbrook. Property can also
be purchased, "Business, Nelson
Miner,
LOST���From  the  residence of   Blake
Wilson,   on   Victoria  Street,   a  fox
terrier puppy, with saddle ou.   Finder
please return to W, B, Herron.
FOR SALE -First class English Piano,
cheap.    Make.   iMoiiington  Ss Weston, London.   Apply Prof, F, Stelner,
Victoria Street.
SITUATION WANTED- At. once, by
an  experienced   woman cook.    Private  family  or boarding  house.    Address "O," Miner office,
Mils. HAl/lON ��� Dressmaking,    In
Madden   Block,  Nelson,   ill   all   the
latest styles.
TO   LET���Hodiib   to   let    across   the
lake; stove,  and  portly   furnished.
Apply O. Now ling, Baker Street.
Atlantic S. S. Lines
Prom Monlrenl
Dominion Lino apply a��t for str name Auk 18
Dominion Lino Dominion \ug '-'���'
Allan Uno Corinthian Auk !-���
Allan Line Parisian  Auk ��
Heaver Line Lake MokaiiMc    Auk ������
Heaver Line Lako buperlor  Auk -<
From Now York
Whlto'HUu- Line Toutonic.  Auk 15
White Star Line Cymric Auk '^
Willie aiar Lino Oorinanic  Auk ?'-
CunanDLIne Umbria Auk W
Cunard Lino Lutania Auk '^>
American Line Hi, Louis Aug 22
Red  Stfcr Line NOOTdund Auk22
Anchor   Line    Astoria  Auk 18
Anchor  Lino   Klhiopla Auk M
N.U.L. L Kaiser Wilhelm II     Auk W
N. 0. I* Line Travo Auk "*
N. u L. 1.. h.11 nn, iii.111.1 Theresa      \u- 'i
Alllili : -hilr l.il * I -t,l l till Auk   IS
From l{'- 1 nn. M.r   j
Cunard Linn Haxonla Auk'*1
1 ',1 '.iv    111 ,ii,..< ri to ami from ail  Kiiropean |
polulH.   For rales, llckcsaml full information
apply to ('. P, Bsdepot Ajrahl or H. L Brown
cuy raaee&gor Agpnt, Nelson. H. C.
w. P, F. CUMMINGS,
General fi rant c.iMt. Offloe*, Winnipeg*
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
BOARD AND ROOMS.
MRS, RE-LLY, who ims taken over
the house on Ward Street just
above the Tost Offloe, will give board
and rooms. Several choice rooms still
uuoccupied. Terms reasonable.
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle,
UNION  MADE.
KOOTENAY CIGAR IM CO
NKI.SON, II. V.
C.W.WEST&CO.
Coal and Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's   Nest   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -     -     $9.65
DELIVERED.
No order can be accepted unless
aucoinpanied by cash.
Olllee Corner Hall anil Baker Street*.
TKI.KPHONK 81.
NOTICE OF MEETINQ.
The Josephine Mining Company, Limited. (Foreign).
A Special Meeting of the Josephine
Mining Company (foreign) will be
held at the ollleesof the Company, at the
Law Otliees of Maedoiiulil ifc Johnson,
linker Street, Nel-on, liritish Coliiui-
bla, on Monday the 30th dav of August, A. D. 1000, at the hour of 11
o'clock in the forenoon.
llusiness: To authorise the sale of
the "Josephine" mineral claim to
Krnest ll, Woakes.
To authorize the execution of all
necessary documents to carry out said
sale.
Dated at Nelson. B. 0., this 4th of
August, A. 1). Iliiio.
IIAKKY N. CAKTKIt,
Heeretary.
E. J. SCOV1L
MINIM.   MRIIWIII,        NOTARY l'l 1.1.11 .
Wlnil'iricnre Mined.   Corrasp ��� ���netBolletUd
WCITOBRMERE, 4. 0.
HOTEL ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
RATES
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day 81.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Prop-
THE
Bank of
British Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
A. R. BARROW, ami o.E
Provincial  Land  Surveyor.
Corner Viotoria nnd Kootonay 8ts.
p, O. Box M9. Telephone No. 1)6
GEO. G. U11D
Room 1, Turner -Boeokh Blook.
REAL ESTATE AND MININti AtiENT
Houses and Building Lots in All Farts
of the Oity.
WANTED- Good building lots down
town for client.  AIbo land adjoining
city for gardening.
811_VER KINO MIKE
Will pay the highest oasb prioe for ell
kinds ol seoond hand goods, Will boy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Fnrniture, stoves, oarports.
cooking utensils, bought In household
qnitntities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see roe or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Bos 1)00. H��"
Street, Nelson, B. 0.
���>! .-___ffi_fc.
Nelson   Dailv  Miner,   Monday   Evening,   August  13,  1900
OF GENERAL INTEREST.
The organised labor men of Manitoba huve, through representatives of
theirs at a recent public, meeting In
Winnipeg, declared for the formation
of a distinctive Labor party in that
Province, which shnll he clear from
both Conservative and Liberal connections. The authorising resolution alleges, by wny of reason for such
notion, that "in view of the unanimity of both the. Liberal and Conservative parties iu biiiiiising and protect-
Inffprlvfttecorporations, und granting
large subsidies of public moneys to
railway corporations! and In view of
tbe fnct that the genernl policy of
both parties tends to lnorease the
power and add to the already dominating Influence of the financial and
vested interests established in this
country, to the detriment and injury
of tlie muss of Its workers and producers, be it resolved; that this meeting deems it advisable,and proceeds to
organise a party through this Province, with a constitution nnd platform of principles similar to that of
the Winnipeg ..Labor Party, and affiliate with them."
*   *   ���
This week will, according to a New-
York dispatch, witness a remarkable
contest of speed between the North
German Lloyd steamship Kaiser Wil-
helm der Qrosse and the Hamburg-
American new liner Dcutsehland, in
an endeavor to get the American mails
to Europe first. The race will begin
at 10 a. 111. today, when the Kaiser
Wilhelm der Grosse will start for Bremen via Cherbourg and Southampton.
Tomorrow at the same hour the
Deutsohland will leave for Hamburg,
calling nt Plymouth nnd Cherbourg.
The Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse will
make her first call at Cherbourg und
will then cross the English Channel to
Southampton.
With the superior speed of the
Deutsohland, and the fact that she is
to go Plymouth direct, a mutter of
only five hours from London, many
steamship agents are of the opinion
that the Kaiser's mails will not be ln
London many hours before those of
the Dcutsehland, even allowing for
thc 84 hours   sturt   between   the   two
ships.
��� ���   ��   ��
The Canadian Patriotic Fund which
amounted the other day to rather
more thun 9310,000, is being well and
prudently administered, Mr. J. M.
Courtenuy, us treasurer states that
280 cases are being aided, representing about o_e in ten of the men sect
to South Africa by the Dominion, allowances ranging from Iflu a month upwards according to the size of the
family aided. Most of the Canadians
at the front are, it must be borne lu
mind, unmarried, and without dependents upon them, though some no
doubt have uged parents who receive
uid from the Kund. This is apparently being disbursed at the rate of ubout
84,000 a inontli, and as ou this basis
the Kund will only last about seven
years, it is clear that careful administration is desi ruble und even necessary. Not a few of the claimants
may be partly depenuciit upon the
Kund for fur more thun six yenrs,
though most will probably go "off the
list" on or soon after the return of
their relatives from the front, tin the
the other hand there will be some new
claimants by reason of bodily incu-
pucity due to hard campaigning.
PlayefsNavyCut
All Tobacconists Keep It.
Wholesale Agents:
Turner Beeton & Co.
Nelson, B. C.
THE
WM.   HAMILTON   HANUFACTURINQ   CO.
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH. ONTARIO.
CANADA.
SeVerjfci)
Mei)
Waited
     _. a __
For TrackJayiijg
aijdi J_a__aa-ii)g
at  Procter.
Wages, $1.75
Poardj   $5.00
Apply
H_ ri. McCoy,
Procter, J3.G.
Wholesale Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINKKAL WATERS
rpHORPK & CO. Limited���Oorner Vornon
_\_. und Cedar dlreota, Nelnon���Mnmifuuluv-
ei-tiof and wholesale dealers In aerated water*
and fruit syrups. Solo, ukc-iiU for Halcyon llol
Springs mineral water.  Telephone (W.
NKLSON SODA WATEH FACTOUY-
N. M* Cummins, Lessee���Kvery known
variety of soft drinks. P O Hox 88. Telephone
No. 111. Hoover Struct, Nelnon.   bottlers of the
i.imnii- si. Leon Hoi Springs Mineral Water.
CIGARS
KOOTKNAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING
CO.���Manufacturers of tbo Hoyal Seal
und Kootenay Belle Cigars, Factory and
ottlec, Baker Street, Nelson.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
II.
J. KVAN8 A CO.���Bakor Street, Nol-
son���W holesale dealers in liquors, ri-
...tj = ���. cement, tire brick and lire clay, water
pipe and bteel rails, and gsoeral commission
merchants.
FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY
J    A. MDONAL1)   Madden Hloek, Nolson
���   Fruits, ice cream, "ii. B," chocolates
high class confectionery.   Lee Cream Parlors,
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
Ltd.-
BHACKMAN-KUH MILLING CO.,
Wholesale and retail dealers in urtiin,
hay, Hour, food. Mills at Victoria, New West
minster; Kdmonton, Alia. ftlovniorn on Calgary ami Kdmonton Hallway. Manufacturer^
uf lho oolobrated B. & K. brand eerualn.
BR00ERIES
A macdonald & Co.���Corner From
��� and Hall streets���Wholesalo grocers
and jobbers in blankets, gloves, mills, boots,
rubbers, maokinaws and miners' sundries-
ARCHITECTS
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
(1ANK A MAODONALD 111. Cimo, Jamoa
J. A. Muu-onuldl���Airllitui'lH uml BUperlA'
i > uii.in... Broken Hill Hluek, uornur Hukm mnl
Ward siruL'iM, _el tn...
The Vancouver World suys: "W.
3. McMillan, E, .1. Hamilton, 11. .1.
McMillan anil John (liolilitcli. lining
-ii-inc-H as McMillan ami Hamilton,
in Vancouver, anil as .hiliu Choldltob
and Co.i iu Nelson, have dissolved
puftncrsliip. "
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Lid.
Operating
KABLO fc 81_)CAN KAIL,WAY
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. fc THAI). CO.
8chodiilo of Tluio.      Pnciflo Standard lime.
Kifcotlve February int. iikw
and
KASLO fc 81.0CAN KY
mion and w
_ ���i��� daily.    Kolurnlnic.
luuvos Handon at 1.16 p.m., arriving at Kanlo
1'UKHonKor train for Handon and way HtatlonH
jniv,',,   Kanlo  at 8 a. in., daily.    KuturnlnK
at3.65 _.m.
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TKAD. CO,
OperatinK on Kootonay Lako and Kivor.
Rtr. "InUirnatlonal" loavoa Kanlo for Nolnon
at 6 a, m, dally excopl Hunday. KoturnlnK,
Inn vim Nolnon at 11.10 p.m., calling at Balfour,
Pilot Bay, Alnnworth antl all way potntn. Con-
nool_ with 8. Y. A N. train to and frou Hpo-
kano at Klve Mtlo Point.
LARDO-DUNCAN DIVI8ION.
Hleaiimr Argontaluavon Kanlo Tiionilajn and
r ridhvn at (i a. m. for lho head of navigation on
tse Upper Duncan Kivor; returning leaven
Hall n Landing Wednesdays and Halurdayn.
Hteamora oall at prlnolpal landlngn In both
directions, and tt Other point- when nlgnallod
Tloketa sold to all polnt_ in Canada and the
United States.
To ftiieertaln rates and full Information ad-
arasai
ROBERT IRVING.
Manager, Kaslo. B.O.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight MortgaRe.
A.ply to O. U LENNOX, Baker St.,
Nolson.
Soo Line
FAMOUS
Imperial    Liinited
SERVIOE
East   and   West
First ('lass Sleepers on all trains from
Arrowhead and Kootenay Landing
Tourist Cars pass Medicine Hat
daily for St. Paul; Satin-days fur
Montreal and Huston; Mondays and
Thursdays for Toronto. Same cars
pass Revelstoke oue day earlier.
CONNECTIONS.
7:10 Lv NelBiin Ar V):Xt
15:_0 Lv Nelson Ar 18i46
Morning train daily tor and from
Rossland, and for RcvelstoW', main
line and l'aoitlc Const.
Afternoon train dnily for and from
Rossland, and from Kevelstoke, main
line aud I .icillc Coast, and daily
(except Sunday) for nnd from Boundary poiuts.
.���'��) l.v ) �� i        I Ar lOlUO
U.x sl,.,,       j ��'���"��" I       (Ex Bun)
Kor and from Bandon, Slocan points,
Revelstoke, main Hue and Pacific
Coast.
Kootknay Lakh KABLO Roi'tb.
(Ex Sun)      Str Kokanee      (EX Sun)
1(1:00 Lv Nelson Ar __!UU
Sntnrdny to Argnntft nnd return,
leaving Kaslo at 20:00k.
Kootknay RIVER ROUTB.
Dnily    Btrs Movie snd Nelson    Daily
jBsSJLv Nelson ..Ar-.',m
Connects nt Kootenay Landing with
Crow's N��Bt Liue trnins.
For rotes, tickets and full Information apply '<' D��_ot ��r (,'ty Ageut,
Nelsou, 15. 0.) or
CALL ON  THS
NELSON WINE CO.
S?i_S_____>��__!_ n ���'"���'���en,  or a barrel  of
.I���-__"*RY  BPER an  11 is the hunt and
Uieapent   on    iRli   mnrkot.    Alno  try   our
WINKS,    LIQUQR8,    and    OIGARS.
FRANK A. TAMBLYN. M.......
1 elephone 10. Baitor Bt��� Nolson, D. C,
W. F. ANDERSON,
Trav. Pm��. Agent
Neliim
E. J. COVI.K,
A Q. P. Agor.li,
Vanoenver
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Pino Lager
Deer and Potter.
LUMBER
IN1
KLBUN SAW AND  PLAN1NU M1LL-
Otllue comer  Hull uml  Front Streets,
iNci mi   i.iiiiii-fi', 1111uir,, iiiinjin)-, uml ovory
IhtiiK io wood foe building pnrpQMS,   Qui our
pricc'K.    I 'm ic  | un ii 11'i ice nolle i tod.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
uurns A Oo.���Baker Btreet, Xetam-
WholdKalu dealers iu friwli uml cured
in. .ii*.   l.old HloruKU.
P.1
WEST   KOOTKNAY   BUTCHER   OO.
linker Btreet, Nelnon���\Vliulemilo deal
ors in frenh and eured nieatn.
HARD WASH & MINIMI   SUPPL1E-
M'l.ACIU.AN BROS. (Bnoooaaom to Van
conver HardwareCo, l.ld.i linker Sin-el.
Nelsun Whuienale ileulem in hardware nnil
miiiini; supplies, pliihthen. and tliinmllhn' Blip*
I'll,--	
NKLSON   HARDWARE  I'd.- Wholenle
liiini! . oil. and Kli'ni; inecliaiili'H' luol .
xir.'ii-  h.i imi,ii ui Powder Worka: dynamite
l.lyniHS AND DltY (KIODS
rt .UKNKR, BEKTON A Co. Corner Vernnn
X.    and Joeephlne  Hlroeln,  Nelson   Win le
nale dealers in liquors, elxarn, and dry xooils.
\i;iin    for I'alist Brewing Co. of Mlhmiiki-i
and CalKiiry Browing Oo of Ciilnary.
HUIISON'S HAY Co.   Wholesale Krocorie-
and lliniors etc., Haker BtTSSt, ImI-iim.
C-IAUKOKNIA WINE CO., Limited-Cornor
J    Kronl and Hull SI reeln, Nelson   Whole
nulo dealers in   wlnen lease mnl  bulk), end
,i.,in.-i ������ and um  i clKiirs.
provisions,  I'Rontri': & _ uuits
Corner Vernon antl
Nelson ��� Wbole-ule
iiealem in 'pr��vliiIonn, curoil moats, butter ami
egg*.	
JY.UH1KKIN k CO.
���   Josephine  Streets.
DROP IN AND SEE US.
Nelson, B. 0.
H. & M. BIRD
Agent! for Eureka nintral Wool and
Aabcatoa Co,
Keal Estate, Fire Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOR SALE.
Huilding   Lots,   Residence   Properly,
Handles; 8t0,
WANTED.
(lood   income producing properties
down town. .
Famished house   fr  Beptemoef
1st.
Unfurnished  house  illi  Ihe hill. ��"
tram line, to rent nt afoot w*> l"'r
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The works of Rudyard Kipling are more than a collection of brilliant
stories and stirring poems. They are the expression of British power and
British ideals. They voice the heart and conscience of the Empire on which
thc sun never sets.
His complete works in 16 volumes contain 176 stories, 136 stirring
songs, 88 letters of travel, and three immortal books of one volume each���-
all breathing of the Empire and the Soldiers.
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 m c'ark green English cloth.
Printed handsomely on good paper and illustrated.
SPECIAL    OFFER
The regular price of KIPLING, in good
binding (copyright editions), is $1.50 per
volume���$24.00 for a complete set.
The price of this edition is $1.00 per
volume���$16.00 only.
For a first payment of $1.00 the  16
volumes will be delivered free to your address.
Then you pay $1.50 monthly for 10 months.
Call at The Miner Office and inspect
the hooks and leave your application.
If you can't call, cut out this coupon,
signr mail to u�� with $1.00, and the 16
volumes will be delivered promptly.
Plain Tales Prom tho Hills
(Including Prof. Norton's Skclehl
Soldiers Three; Slory of the Ondsbys;
in Blaok and While
Undor tha   iieoilnrn;   The   Phantom
Itick .mw:  Wee Willie Winkle
Dopnrl tal   Ditties;    Hullmls   mnl
Barrook Room liiillmls
Life's Handicap: Botog Stories of Mine
Own Pooplo
Tho Nmil thka
Mnny Inventions
Tho l.iithi Thul .ailed
Tha .lni'Klo Hook
Tlie Second .luii^le Hook
The Seven Seas
Captain" Courageous
The Hut's Work
.ruin Hen 1,1 Sen; Vol, I
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Stalky Sl Co.
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Rnasoflond me the works of Rudyard Kipling (authorised edition^
bound in rlotli, oomplotfl In lfi volumes, for which 1 u_*reo to pay you
.-iii mi, 1 unclose $1.00 us llrut payment, uml will Bend you $1.50 per
month horaaitor until the full Bum is paid. The hooks to remaUi your
property until paid for In full.
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Address.
THE
DAILY
MINER
NELSON, B. C.
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Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson A Fort
Sheppard R'v,
Red Mountain R'v.
The only nil rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
lireat Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson v ith steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at  Meyer's   Falls  with
st;i|;c daily for Republic,   and   connects at Bossburg with sta^e  daily
for Grand Forks and (ireenwood.
I.kavk. Day Train,        Ajirivb,
10 nii n.m Spokane 7:10 p.m,
12 ii") p. m Rossland  5:80 p.m.
9:80 ii, m Ni'liiou 8-.I10 p.m.
Nitflit Train,
11:45 p.m  Hpokutie 7:05 a.m:
11:00 p.m Rowland 6:80 o.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. St T.A.
Spokane  Wash
Q. K. TAOKABURY,
Agent, Nelson, B.O
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
AU.   KINDS   OK
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
8T. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
NKI.HON   H. C.
A noardliiK ami liny Hchool comliirlrd by
Iliu Hlnti,r�� of HI. JiHi'pli of Pesos. Ili-Hllii-
iil.'ilfttlliiii'drniirof Mill uml JtMophlna ilroiit-,
in ono of tlm beat roaldantlal ikii-Hoiih of Nol-
min. anil Ih eiivlly UOOaatDlO from all puru
nf llio city.
ThapeaiMof itudi Inotadoa ihe ftimiumim.
Inl anil 11nr!.��� i bnuionaa of ii 11,i,i,mii:I, Km:11.11
niliioatlon. lltiHiiiiiKH ronrMi- Hiiokkni'pliiK,
.siiniutfrapliy ami 'rypewrltlnK.   BounM courwo
-MllHlc,   Vocal   ami    In  11 mn, Mini;    llrawllIK,
cito.-l'laln ami Art Ninullowork; CallHtlionion,
oto.
Kor tornw ��n-l nartlculare apply
Hil-nHnr.
Pish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
iHpifni raid-Dp,    ,   .    .    91|MMT0��M I  Real DH,7M,ix��o.a
Ruani ��r Dlnttorni Thomai K, Kenny,  Protldont; Tbomu itiuhio, Viue-I'roMidcni.
Wiley Smith. 11. ti. Bauld, Hun. II. H. Fuller, M.L.O., Hon. D��Vld MaoKoen.
Head outre, Halirai t
Onncrui Manager. ECdkon U Poanoi Montroal<
Buperlntondenl of Branenw, uml Bocretary, W. 11. Torrance, Halifax.
[nspootor, W�� I''. Brook, iluiifux.
uiBpaotor Da M*Stowarli Montrunl.
I'.i ;i ni h'--, t
St.\H Hrotla- Hallftt Br��D0h( AnttironUtl, MriilK��wiit.r��r, OuyHboro. 1 .nintniiili'ii j, l.niH'iil.inH.
Miiiiluiid (Hanta Coj, Plotoili Poll Uawko��bury, Bydnoy, BliuhirmcMll.!. Tniro, Weynumlh
,\��>w itmiis..leli lintImithl, borchestor, E^rodonctoD, KUimton (Kept Co.., Moncion, N��w-
oaaUo. Hiu-kville, SVoodiitooka r. ��� ��� i��i�� nd Charlotte town, Hummerndo. Qiiri-rr���Montreal
(City OiHoo), Montreal. Went, End |Cor. Notre Dunm niul BelgneanStreoU)] WeHtmount t(*or.
uroona Avonue ami st. Uathatinei Btrooti oninrio Ottawa. NawfOM-idlaB^ -Mt. Joiin'r.
. uiin, �� r-i IimIIi'm- Havana. I Dlted ��tuir*   Now York (Hi KYctuuiKo I'lucc) Hoptihlic, VV'HMh
BKANCOKS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
CorrfRpoadenta 1
CmiiHla���Merchants Itnnk of Canada.   Ilooloii���Nntloiial Ktmwnuil Hunk.   4'hlragA���A morion
National Hank.  Knn Pranelnco���First National hank.   LoadoBf __���(��� -Bank of Hcotland.
1'iiii-, linn..   Crodit i<yoiiiiiiiH.   it* innuda  Hank of Bermtiaa.  < hua ����ti Japan   iionu
Kouk (ind '--li.iui:li,ii HatikfiiK t'orpor.ition.
(Ienernl Banking Business Transacted; Sterling; Bills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on th��> most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Hank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
Nelson Bujloyiil ipncy
WANTED.
(Hrl fm rlminiii'r uml laundry work,
Dlabvmaher,    uhu  for homework,
YVftitfMIMi
J. H. LOVB, Agt., Baker St,
... STORAGE ...
Storage space to rent; good, clean and cool;  at  reasonable
rates.    Apply to
TheNelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, Macdonald Block, Nelson Dailv  Miner,   Monday  Evknino,   Aubost  13, ��9��o.
TO   THE   MEN
WE  HAVE BEEN GIVING BARGAINS TO THE  LADIES FOR THE  PAST TWC.MONTHS.AND
NOW PROPOSE TO GIVE A FEW TO THE MEN.    WE QUOTE YOU   Illl.SE PRICES.
Men's Fine Shirts, starched fronts;   regular 75c;   now  25c
Men's Fine Shirts, wilh or without Collars;    regular $1.25 and $1.50;   now 75c
Men's Summer Underwear;   regular 80c a suit;  now  40c
Men's Fine Fancy Striped Balbnggan Underwear; regular $1.50 a suit; now 75c
Men's Fine Wool Underwear, unshrinkable, summer weight;  regular $2.50
a  suit;    now  Sf .25
Men's Natural Wool Underwear, light weight;   regular $3.00 a suit;   now.. 1,50
Men's Tics;   regular 50c and 75c;   now all one  price  25c
MARTIN   O'REILLY   &   CO.'Y.
LOCAL AMD   PERSONAL
Mrs. E. W. Matthews leaves today
on a trip to Winnipeg and other cities
of the Kast.
The ball to be given by the Trades
and Labor Council has been postponed
fnnn Aug,  I", to Aug. 20.
R, .1. Seott, "f Montreal, ollicial
time inspect,,i- for the Canadian I'act-
fic, arrived in town ibis morning.
After being nil' the market for several months Hume Addition lots are
again on Bale, llamhlc _ O'Heillyare
the agents.
A crew uf men will be started to
work tomorrow laying a sewer main
on Victoria Street, from Stanley to
Kootenay,
Mrs. VV. 'I. Clilttick of Victoria
Street left yesterday for (Ireenwood
where she will spend a few days with
Mrs. Dr.  VV.   I.aililr.'i-t.
The Victoria Colonist of Saturday
says that ll. M. Carley, editor of The
Economist, and Mrs. Carley are spending a few days iu Victoria,
The war between Orand Korku and
Columbia is over, the townslte company of 0 rand   I',irks  having  bought
up the townslte of Col bin al   81.10, -
nun.
The members of the lirst and Bccond
teams of the Nelson football Club are
requested to he at the recreation
grounds at 6:30 sharp this evening as
the game will be called ut that time.
A meeting "f the Ladies Aid Society
of the Congregational Church will be
held at the residence af Mrs. I>. MoBeath on siliea Street at :i o'clock tomorrow afternoon, A full attendance
is requested.
Rev. James D. O'Mcara, .Kan of St.
John's Cathedral at Winnipeg, will
lecture to the Masons Tue&dny evening
ui 8 o'clock at the Masonic Hall. All
members and visiting brethren are invited to attend.
The labor trouble in connection with
the tracklaytng on thc llulfuur extension has been Bottled  and   work   will
he resumed al oi     A large   number
of men have heen engagud and will be
taken tn Procter iliis afternoon,
John ll. Wilson of Vancouver,
genera] agent of the Lake uf the
Woods Milling Company for this province, arrived in the City yeBterday,
The firm has divided tbe Province Into
east ami west districts, ami he has
been  appointed  general   manager  o��
the   eastern    , I i _t f i < t        He     will     make
his headquarters at Nelsun.
Mrs. ('In'in>weih. mniher of Ernest
ChonovWth, who Is at the Provincial
.liiil awaiting trial f",- the killing of
a Chinaman in llossland, arrived In
Nelsun on Saturdny, she is now seeking tho aid of several prominent men
uf Nelsun iii the hopes of obtaining
tho s.",.iiiiii ball whieh has been Hxed
for the young prisoner by the Supreme
Court,
Ai thc practice shunt on Saturday
the highest score that has been made
in Nelsun was made by Dr. Hall, lie
made '.'.'��� points out uf n   possible   loo,
Tho s ���,.. ,,f the other rl<s a _ ere
also good, making it une of the best
scoring shoots thai has been held al
the range.    The i n  ,,i   th,. others
"ere: I), I i. Lett is. Til' ||. |!in|. 80;
I'   ll, Stewart, Ml,
The annual excursion uf St.8a\ im
Bunday Bel ,".1 win   take place 1 r
mw   tu   Pi 1. r.    The  sieainer Moylc
will  leave  the City  \\ hail  al  '.I o'clock
tomorrow    1 'ning    ami   arrive   at
Procter abonl 11 o'clock lleturnlnH she
will arrive al   Mel on about il i m |i  m
The round trip for grow n      i
11,00 and for children   Ml   ci nl ..     \n
those w ho can po    lily   1 hi  do
Ihey hiivei ph 11
nut daj hill the ptircllli c o , ell 11,
kot will be uf aid tu th,. Bnaocli
nifnir.    Even   those   wl annol   go
would do w,ii tu purchase llokets,
t
Tomorrow night the Liberal-Conservative Association will hold a meeting
ut thc Hoard of Trade rooms over the
Bank of li. C, at H o'clock. Important business will be transacted and a
full attendance of all Conservatives is
requested,
A social entertainment will be given at the house of Rev. Mr. and Mrs.
Coulter White of the Baptist church
tomorrow evening, An excellent
musical programme is being prepared
ami a delightful evening is expected.
All friends are cordially invited.
There will he a regular meeting of
the City Counoil this evening at 8
o'clock. The Board of Public Works
will hold a meeting at 4 o'clock this
afternoon tu consider several Important matters In connection with the
Improvement of the city. It is probable lhat a lengthy report will be sub-
milted by them tu the Council tonight,
I). Melleiilh ami Larry Peters of
Nelsun. two well known railway contractors, were in the city last week
ami registered at the B. C, Mr. Peters owns considerable real estate in
(Ireenwood, Both gentlemen spent
the week ill visiting thc mining
camps tributary to (Ireenwood, taking
in llreenwood, Summit. Deadwood,
Copper  and    skylark. Greenwood
Miller.
All option has been given on the
White Horse group, which lies about
two miles from (own on the Galena
Kami llotH. to a Nelson syndicate, and
work is now being done   on it to test
its value. -The  Vancouver group is
now working l."> men and the long
croSS-CUt tunnel is being driven ahead
night and day. About one carload a
week of nre is being taken out of the
upper workings and shipped to the
Trail smelter.���SiIvertoiiian.
The Secretary of the Board of Trade
on behalf of the organization, has
written a letter, which will he brought
hefore thc City Council this evening,
asking the City ollieials to join with
the Board of Trade In extending an
Invitation to Lord Minto to visit Nelson nu his return trip from Dawson
City. An interview with several of
the Aldermen brought out the fact
that the communication would meet
with n favorable consideration.
Uev. Dr, DuVal of Winnipeg will
lecture in the Presbyterian Church ou
Wednesday evening. Dr. IluVal is
very popular as ll lecturer whereever
he has appeared and those who attend
his lecture'will be greatly pleased.
Mis, Bensusan, who  posHcsses a rich
soprano vol >l rare  sweetness  will
sint; two solos and will asidst Dr. DuVal    in    providing    a   very   pleasing
evening's entertainment,
Canon Moore, of Wimbledon, London, Eng., father uf Mr. II. W. K.
Moore, nf The Tribune editorial stair.
ami a prominent clergyman uf the
English  Church,   is  spending a few
days in .Nelson (luring a pleasure tour
"f Canada,    II induoted  both  the
 'ning and evening servloes at the
English Church yesterday,     Both ser-
liliuis   were most eloquently delivered
ami wen- greatly appreciated by tbe
largo  congregations  which   were   in
atteiukit at the services,
Messrs. \v. A. Oalllhor, John
Choldltch ami .rank O'Brien had an
Interesting and exciting trip yester
day,    Mr. (lalliber,  who had  several
 His experience running tho rapids
"I the   liivcr  Nile,   vulnnleereil   to take
Messrs, Choldltch and O'Brien down
the Kootenay Itlver to the bridge and
Ihe gentleman agreed to go. They
started Bhortly after breakfast yester-
dnj and made the trip In safety, p,.,,-
pie who saw them from the bunks   of
the mver thought 1 heir boat bad  gut-
leu mil of thoir control nnil were much
��� rlted, lulling this time the three
men in the boal were enjoying them-
��� Ives Immensely, Mr, Qalllber sat in
tern with a paddle and successfully   piloted  the  boat   through  the
dangerous channels. It took a deal of
muscle to get up the river again but
it was a good trip for all of that.
The following arc the mining records for today: Certificates of Work :
on Republic to Joseph Duhaiucl; on
Red Seal, to C. J. Ande.son: on Widow, to C. .1. Dltter; on Ronoke, Lexington and Pulaski, to London ._
Rnssland It. C. Co., Ltd. ; on Midday.
Christina and Ottawa, to John W.
Ilarkuess; on Gold Tip. to A. II.
Kelly; on Iron Mountain, to Roderick McLeod. Locations, Celtic Queen,
on'Rover Creek, by Michcal Kealey ;
Maple Leaf, on Wild Horse Creek, by
L. J. Winslow and 11. A. Van 1!uh-
kirk: Minnie L, on Morning Mountain, by David Langhton. Transfers,
from^ii. J. siileif to Joseph6, Brown
and C. J. Shleif, two-third interest iu
Leap Year Pride, and Leap Year Hem.
fur a nominal  consideration;   from
Eweu McKadyen to Hubert lleftderson.
one-quarter interest in Columbia ami
Nellie, fur a nominal consideration;
from A.  9. Herman to 11. s. Blnkan,
entire interest in Coon for a nominal
consideration.
lost his sight
best knows its value.
Hundreds suffer loss of sight.
Timely attention might have
prevented it.
Examination free.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
iPatenaude Bros..
Watchmakers, Jewelers and Opticians,
NELSON"  B.IO.
o*o*o*o*aTO**o*o*o*o*o
StanleyPianos
We will be pleased to havs the
musical publio of Nelson, and
especially intending purchasers,
oall and examine the STANLEY
PIANO.
These instruments are most favorably known wherever they have
been introduced, aud are justly
celebrated for their rich, full tone,
and tho beauty of design and fiuish.
Every STANLEY is guaranteed by
the manufacturers for seven years.
AT THE HOTELS,
lluine -John 11. Wilson. Vancouver;
.1. Fleishman,  Vancouver; R. J.Seott,
Montreal; J, A. Macdonald, Kossland;
Allen I). Dods. Vancouver; (i.ll.liaiu-
hart, Ymir; (1. A. Mitchell, Rossland,
Phair���W.   L.   Bowers,   St.   Paul,;
Frank Oliver. Hosslaud; N. II. Mullen,
Kossland; .lames Welch. Trail; .Inhn
Sullivan, Trail.
HIS LIFE WAS SAVED.
Mr. ,1. 10. Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately bad a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death.
In telling of it be says, "I was taken
with Typhoid Fever, tlint ran into
Pneumonia. My lungs became hardened, 1 wns so weak 1 could not sil.
up in bed. Nothing helped me. I
expected soon fo die of Constiiuplion,
when 1 heard of Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle gave great relief.
I continued to use it, nud now am well
and .strong. 1 can't say loo much in
its praise." This marvellous medicine
is the surest and quickest cure in the
World for all Tin on I and Lung
Trouble. Ilegulnr sizes 50 cents nnd
81.110. Trial buttles flee at. Canada
Drug A Hook Store. Kvery bottle
guaranteed.
Spring ohtckeu and all the delloaolna
of the soasou served to yon when you
visit Florence Park lintel at Roberts'
Ranch, two snd a half miles up tbe
river.    W. M. RohortB. propiietor.
'BLUE RIBBON TEA IS DELIOIOns."
LECTURE
Rev. Dr. Duval of Winnipeg will
deliver bis I'lilerlaiiiing leclun, in aid
of Ilia organ fund, entitled, "The
Elements of  Success  in  Life."  on
Wednesday evening, L.lb August, nt 8
o'clock,   iu Ht.  Panl'i  Presbyterian
Church.    Miss I'.eiiHii'iiiu will sing
Tickets at stores of ('ana,la Drug iS:
Hook Company. Lawrence Hardware
Oompany, II. Myers St Co. and Nelson
Hardware Company.
Admission  25  Cents.
All Conservatives
Are Invited
To attend a meeting of the
Nelson Lital-Cpwjiiye
To be held in the Itonr.l ,,f 'I',,,,],,
Rooms, over Hank of lliilish Oolumbll
at B   p. 1,1. on Tuesday, Ihe   llili   j���Ht'
Business Important!
QUAN YUEN & CO.
Tobacco, Cigars,
And nil  kinds of  FRESH   FRl'ITS,
Chinese Ly Chee, CarainbolH, Sain
Sui,  Pears, all kinds of Canned   Fruits,   NuIb,   etc.
Chinese Intelligence and Contractors.
Opposite J. Y.Griffin Ss Co.'s.
Front St., Nelson, B.O.
PON CII1U,
CHARLIE FOO,
Mauagers.
T. H. BROWN
Jeweler
178 HAKKH BTREET, NKLSON.
1250 Shares
-OF-
Athabasca
For Sale at a Bargain.
ALEX. STEWART
Broker.
W.    REINHARD,   M. D.
UENERAL   PRACTICE.
Specialty ���   Eye, Ear and Nose.
Ollice :   Raker Street, near Fraternity
Hall.    Telephone No. 44.
NOTICE.
Grand Ball to be given by Nelson
Trades  and   Labor  Council   has been
postponed until Thursday, August Ull.
liy order of
J. H. MATH I.SON,
President,
C. J.  CLAYTON,
Scci etary.
CRUCIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch diam. $]_.50per 100 feet. For
immediate delivery in Nelson
apply.
J. C. T. CROFTS,
��. a. Box 67*. Nation, B. O-
9. O. GREEN        V. 8. CLEMENTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
P. O. Box 14!
liaison. B. C.
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TUESDAY MORNING
SPECIAL   IN
Table Linens.
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52-inch Half Bleached Tabic Linen.    Regular 35c. Monday..,
60-inch  Half Bleached Tabic Linen.    Regular 40c. Monday...
62-inch  Half Bleached Table Linen.    Regular 50c. Monday..,
67-inch  Half Bleached Table Linen.    Regular 75c. Monday...
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60-inch BLEACHED Table  Linen.    Regular 60c. Monday...
62-inch BLEACHED Table  Linen.    Regular 75c. Monday...
68-inch BLEACHED Table Linen.    Regular $1.00.    Monday.
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24c
25c
J57Kc
55c
45c
55c
75c
This is your last chance for good Table Linens at these prices.
They are heie now for you.   Take advantage of this opportunity.
������������������������
KERR & CO.
BAKER   STREET,  NELSON.

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