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Daily Edition No.   1092
Nelson,   British Columbia. Friday, July 19, 1901
Eleventh  Year
The Visiting Baseball Players
Win by Twelve to
Home Team Failed to Score
Until Last Innings. When
They Made Seven.
beautiful home run which brought in
Edwards and added a great deal to the
joy of the grand stand. Hut there is
jno use going into particulars. All
that need he said is that Nelson, in
the last innings, lifted n score of 12
to 0 against them to 19 to 7 and left
the spectators almost as well pleased
is if n victory had been scored by the
local men.    The score by innings was
Northport 1 0 3 0 12 2 3 �����12
Ne'son 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7���7
Ralph Herron umpired in an industrious, perspiring aud thoroughly
satisfactory manner.
There was a ball game yesterday afternoon and when it was all over i
was discovered that the Northport
team had very badly beaten out the
Nelson nine. The victory of the visitors was due to most timely stich
work, and also to the extremely ragged play of the N cUon field men. The
Nelsou battery did all that wns
expected of it. Early in the game
Kacritt lost a linger and he was re.
placed to take McAstockcr's curves
by Harry Houston, Houston certainly
knows a liltie about the game and
did very fine work tlnougliout the
game. The youthful ptcher, who has
a swift south paw delivery, certainly
knows how to deliver them so as to
bother the batters. Ilis pitching was
one of the features of the game and he
gave very few passes to first base, lt
was the very loose work in the field
that lost Nelson the game. One overthrow brought iu two runs and some
more wild throwing biought two more
in the innings which followed.
Hut   the   whole   thing occurred   in
the   ninth   Innings.    The     bleachers
were lined with a small but intensely
Nelson crowd, the members of   which
entirely lost their  voices in alternately coaching and roasting   the wearers
of thc giey  and red.    lt was a disappointing   proposition   to work up enthusiasm on   a   string   of   goose-eggs
'-ft extended over eight innings.  Hut
the  rooters   were   uot dismayed   unci
they said a   whole   lot   of   uncompli
mentary    things   to   tbe     Northport
pitcher when   be came up to deal   his
sciei tific   curves to the local  men   on
their last   chance.   This was done to
rattle the Bald pitcher   but he showed
how much he was rattled by  pitching
threo good ones that the batter   utterly failed to negotiate.  Iu this connection you must  understand  again that
the score was 12 to  0 against Nelson,
and the tovrn that we are all so proud
of had but one chance   to retrieve the
ignominy of a goose-egg.    In the   na-
tuial order of things,   after   the   first
man struck out   and reduced Nelson's
chances by one thiid,   another   victim
presented   himself   to  the   Northport
pitcher.    The latter  looked   confident
while   the    former     appeared to   he
venting an old standing giurige on the
bat   winch he   lammed  unmercifully
against the plate.    When   the pitcher
unwound his arm the bat went   at   it
and the weakest little infield   pop imaginable resulted.   The   ball beat the
butter to first  by   about  two   weeks.
That looked   serious.    Northport  had
an even dozen rurs and Nelson   had a
clean sheet and two   men   out.    Home
of thu rooters became so  discouraged
tbat they went home.    If   you   are   a
lia.eliall   player you will   understand
the gravity   ot  tbe   situation.    Sonic
rooters remained und thev   rooted   as
rooters should.   It appeared to  be all
over and Nelson was to have the magnificent score  of 000.   Then   Johnny
Campbell, who by the way, is a   baseball player,   went to  bnt.   The  very
first ball given to him he   rapped  out
to the right field and on it he   reuched
second.    The next man up   was   Dudley Blackwood and he came within au
ace of knocking the cover oil' thu ball.
Anyway he brought in  Campbell   nnd
planted himself safely at second.    Edwards made a two bagger also, which
brought in Blackwood and raised   the
enthusiasm   of    tbe    uforementioned
rootorB who went ut It quite   reckless
to tattle thc  Northpoit  pitcher,   who
in no  innings pitched thc game  thnt
the Nelson   man did.    Then the  same
Nelson man, so flatteringly mentioned
in the laBt sentence,   struck   an   attitude with the bat.  As a batter he certainly can   strike���an  attitude.   But
that time ho also struck the ball   and
put out a very pretty grounder.  Harry
Houston wus the next batter.    He had
distinguished    himself     behind    the
plate all   afternoon by   his   thorough
knowledge of the game and as batting
was thoroughly in   order,   the  crowd
veiled  all  kinds   of Instructions at
The second match for the Dominion
Ritle League competition will take
pluce on Saturday the 20th. The following are the teams chosen to shoot:
First Team���N. T. McLeod, D. McKay, Dr. Hull, A. Canie, ,T. (!.
Tinkiss, H. H. Bird, V. 3. Weir, J.
McKenie Alex Grant,  L. Gobey.
Second Team���H. A. Langford, R.
3, Steel, Lieut. Hrown, J. Simpson,
E. J. Robie, .ludge Forin, R. 3. Dut-
ton, J. Ingram, F. J. Richardson, J.
II. Bird will be captain of No. 1
team, and Lieut. Brown, captain of
No. 2 team. No. 1 team will commence shooting at 0 o'ciock sharp, ut
the 200 yard range ; No. 2 team will
commence shooting at 2 p. m. sharp
at the 200 yard range. J. Ingram
will shoot with the first team, and L.
liobey with the second team in the
afternoon. Each member will be fur
nished with 24 rounds of ammunition
on payment of 2.1 cents or 50 cents if
he took part in the previous competition.
Any outside Rifle Associations wishing to hnve their men shcot over the
Nelson range, will have to furnish
credentials, and supply their men
with ammunition. H. E. Macdonnell, range officer.
A party of three from Nelson, T.
Powell, R. Spencer and R.Leary, have
made a strike on the weBt slope of
Itiret croek, towards 40-cieek. It is
on the Old Chum claim and consists
of a five foot ledge, carrying good
values in gold and copper, which has
heen traced for a distance of 2,700
feet. The claim was located last
summer,but no development work was
done on it till this spring. Tbe owners
were in yesterday for supplies, and
took out four men to work In opening
up the property.
Salmon Are Running Well.
Whites and Japanese
Go to Work.
Short Items Regarding Dally
Happenings at the
The first stom> was laid on the new
Dominion Government ofilces yesterday. A number of masons were at
work and another batch of men will
be added this week.
The Rossland train did not get in
until after nine last night, the delay
being eausod by waiting for the boat
connecting with the main line on
which the train had lost time all
Tbe big lead furnace at the Nelson
smelter was blown in yesterday, there
being a large stock of lead ore on
bond. At Trail it is said, the lead
stack will be kept on running as
long as the supply of iluxes hold   out.
On Sunday last a new order of
affairs was instituted at the Granby
company's mines,the men being given
that day us a day of rest. The innovation was greatly appreciated by the
men.���Rossland Miner.
A good story is being told in regard
to an employe in one of Nelson's
prominent business houses. One of
the city ministers who has of late
been prominent In the discussion of
, the Chinese question happened to puss
by one day teoently, when suid employes were not too much overworked. The conversation thereupon turned on tho Chinese problem, when ono
sagely remarked that he "would not
care to go to heaven if the Chinese
were there. " The caretaker of thc os-
talbislniient who was present during
the disousslon would up the debate
and brought down the house by remarking that he "would rather be
ln Heaven with a Chinaman,
than roast in h���1 with some people
Marcus, July 18.���Six hundred men
are now working on the Great Northern   road   to   Republic.    The  whole
country   is   being   scoured for   additional laborers, who are being put   to
work   ns  fast   us   secured.   Supplies
and outfits in quantitiei are going on
1 every   train.   Marcus  Is  enjoying  a
' boom such as it never  before  experi-
ocod.   Must of the supplies are  going
| by way  of this   town and here   most
'of  tbe  oontractois  have  established
St.   Peteisburg,   July    18.���2.30  p.
Vancouver, July 18.���There is no
trouble on the river at present. Last
year at this time some 830,000 worth
of nets had been destroyed by the
strikers. Up--to the present S3,0CO
wortli have been destroyed according
to the statement of a member of the
cannery executive.
The fish are running better and all
the Japanese and the whites from
seven canneries   went out   last night.
In reference to the two Japanese
reported missing, the Canners' Association have posted the following statement :
8500 Reward ��� Missing ��� Whereas
Yani, fisherman, and S. Katto, boat
puller, of the Colonial cannery, Stev-
eston, have been missing since Monday, the 8th inBt., and theii bout has
been found adrift in English Bay
without the net anil with sail furled ;
And whereas, there is reason to believe they have been murdered off
Point Grey, the above reward will be
paid to any person or persons giving
such information as will lead to tb-
urrest and conviction of the guilty
party or parties.
Vancouver, B. C, July 18.���Justice
Martin today dissolved tho injnnuion
motion brought before-him to restrain
the Crow's Nest Southern railway
company from building their Morn-
sey creek branch on the contention of
thc British Columbia Southern railway company that the road would
be built on their ground, numely the
Crow's Nest coal fields and would intersect their road, while they had
prior right of way. Messrs. Bodwell
and Uelmckcn were counsel for the
defendants and Messrs. Davis and Abbott were the plaintiffs.
Viotoria, July 18.���Capt. Von Helen
of the steamer Ucimonthis which
passed up to Nanaimo on Monday is
said to have committed an infraction
of the qunrantine regulations. Ue was
hailed by the pilot off Beachy Bay
but declined too services and went
straight up to Nanaimo without going into William's Haad. lie is liable to a line of 8400 or imprisonment
ifor six months if he enters any port
'without a clean bill of health. A
similar case occurred with the ship
Royalist, through ignorance, some
time ago, but tbey were allowed to
clear at Vancouver.
Victoria, July 18.���Senator Temple-
man has secured a promise from Tarte
that the new hydraulic dredge now
building on the Fraser will be loaned
to the city to fill in the mud Hats In
front of the Parliament buildings.
It is estimated 200,000 square yards
nre required, which means a saving
of 830,000 to the city.
Victoria, Julv 18.���The firemen had
a long fight this morning ln the base
ment ol u west side store, where a fit c-
which the men were unable to locate
for over half Oil hour,damaged a large
stock just laid In. The loss is covered by Insurance.
Victoria July 18.���The Government
haB decided to send ont two parties of
engineers, to explore for the route of
the coust to Kootenay railway,
through Hope mountains.
Preliminary work on Fraser river
bridge, at New Westminster, will begin at once,under Bupervir.iou of J. A.
L. Waddell, an eminent Canadian engineer, Specifications are being prepared for tho Governor's residence
at Victoria.     /
within six months. The ore was to he
paid   for  on   Hie   London   quotation,
"DTOT TV    X5 A TVTf "CCJ I wn't'n wna t'icn "oo"1 BIO per ton for
jDlbLJtl I     I. A1N Vj-tllb | lead. Since then the price has dropped
to about SIS per   ton.    That means   a
value   of   about 81,011 per lull pounds, .
'flic present   price   is  bo low that the
Canadians Making Fair but company has decided that n wonia _elOeneral Kitchener Captures
robbing the mine to keep on shipping, and the mine is accordingly
idle, save for development. There
enough ore, concentrated and ready
for shipment at the mine, to fill the
Belgian contract.
The St. Eugene has paid 8210,1100 in
dividends this year, but the money
was largely earned from shipments
made lust year when the price of lead
was higher.
Not   Brilliant
Sergeant Bodely of Victoria
Among   the   Leaders.
Eastern News.
Toronto, Ont., July 18.���The Evening Telegram's Blsley cable says Gunner Fleming, Victoria, B. C, won
fourth place and ��3 in the Gregory
rapid firing competition. Lieut.
Davidson, Toronto, thirty-fourth,
and Captain Wettrnore, Sussex, N.B.,
won one pound each in the same
match. In the Premier match Lieut.
Murphy, London, won 27th place and
Captain Wetmore, 20th, each winning
-1. The shooting in the St. George's
challenge vase opened today. At the
first range of 500 yards Sergeant Bode-
ley, Victoiia, scored 34; Pte, Mason,
Ottawa, 33; Color Sergeant Richardson, Victoria, 33, and Captain Wetmore, Sussex, N. B., 34.
In the Alexandria match Captain
Wetmore was nth, winning ��5; Pte.
Mason, 49th and Pte. Spenoer, Toronto, 50th, ��4 each; Pte. Graham, Hun-
das, Until; Color Sergeant McDougall,
B. C., 00th; Pte. Armstrong, Toronto, 117th; Sergt. Swaine, Kiugston,
134th; Sergt. Ctowe, Guelph, Ont.,
144th, ��3 each, and Color Sergeant
Richardson, Viotoria, 105th, and Sergeant O. W. Bodeley, Victoria, and
Lieut. Gilchrist, Guelph, ��2 each,
makes the total winnings of Canadians in this match ��34.
Toronto, July 18.--There have been
many drowning accidents in Long
Pond at Centre island. As a consequence Crown Attorney Dewar has
notified the city authorities he intends
to indict them for maintaining a
nuisance in not having improved life
saving appliances and warnings that
the water in.tbe pond is deep.
Toronto, July 18.���The Black Chapter of Orangemen opened tbeir meeting
here on Monday. John C. Glass of
Shubenacadie, N. B., will be the new
grand master. The grand lodge meets
on Tuesday. Clarke Wallace will be
re-elected grand muster,
Niagara Falls, Ont., July 18.-Gordon Fawcett, the six year old son of
Thomas Fawcett was attacked thiB
morning by two Chesapeake hounds,
owned by a man named Kake. The
boy was frlghtfuly mangled and the
doutor fears he will not recover. The
dogs were Bhot.
Montreal, July 18.���It is likely the
Montreal street railway will reduce
the price of worklngmen's tickets to
twelve for a quarter, good during the
hours when working men are going
to work,
St. Catharines, Ont., July 18,���The
town conncil, Thorold, Ont., has ap
pointed Miss Nina Dougan, town treasurer to succeed her brother. She Is
the first lady in Canada lo be appointed a town treasurer.
American Government Contemplate a
New Departure in the Navy.
Washington, July 18���The plans
now under consideration for the two
new armored crusiers authorized by
congress contemplate such a new departure in steaming capacity that
these ships will bo able to make voyages far exceeding any by the ships
now in commission and equalling if
not exceeding the long distance trip
of uny naval warship afloat. They
provide for a combination of throe
screws, so separated that nny one can
work independently, Hy using all
three scores the ship could develop
great speed from 22 to 23 knots, so
that she would be listed as a 23 knot
ship. By altering the screws using
but one at. a ,timc, the big craft conUI
make a voyage of at least 10,000 miles
without a slop to recoal and at, the
same lime she would have her three
screws in readiness to develop a 22 or
23 knot speed In case of necessity.
London, July 18,���The wiihrawal of
the Indian loan Tuesday by tbe Bank
of England hns put tho bears in a
tight placo, as they hnd been heavily
selling the old three per cent, loan,
expecting to cover themselves when
the new loan came out. The Daily
Mail's financial editor says he understands there is likely to be some fun
during tho next fewtdays."
Washington, July Is.���A bulletin
issued by the census oflico today shown
that there has boen a decrease of the
Chinese population in tho United
States since 1870 of 17,(175 the number
now here being 80,800.
Correspondence Between
the Boer Leaders.
Direct Railway Line to Pekin
to   Join   MId-Slberlan
Around Lake Baikal.
London, July 18.���The war oflice
issued late tonight a despatch from
Lord Kitchener giving the correspondence between Mr. Reitz and Mr.
Steyn,that was captured with the lut-
ter's baggage near Lindley, July 11.
Mr. Reitz, under date of May lo.wrole
Mr.Steyn that a meeting of the Transvaal (iovernment hud been held attended by General Botha, General Vol-
lonjen and Mr.Smurtz, to consider the
national situation. He proceeded to
catalogue tho difficulties, the numerous
surrenders of burghers entailing a
heavy responsibiity on the government, the rapidly decreasing suppy of
amnmnitlou, the disintegration of tho
government, and the lack of any definite assurances of European intervention. "In view of these facts," ho
snid, "tho Government has decided to
address a message to President Kruger pointing out the terrible conditions. The timo has passed foi us to
lot matters drift as at present. We
must take a final step."
Mr. Steyn replying May 15,upbraids
Mr. Reitz with weakhearteilness, saying: "There is still sufficient ammunition to continue the struggle.
You ask what, prospects there nre of
a successful termination. 1 ask
what chance there was for two small
republics when they declared war
against the mighty power of Great
Britain You will answer tbat we
trusted in God and in foreign intervention. What reason is there now to
place less trust in God"
m��� it is   now   said   Count Tolstoi
The result was a home  run���a beyond immediate danger.
Valparaiso, July 18.���The Ecuadorian consul general In Valparaiso, Aris
Sanchez.was assassinated today in the
centre of the city. He was shot and
stabbed and his ears cut off. It is
supposed that the assassins are eno-
mies of the present Alfaro administration in Equador.
SnrgoBBa, Spnln, July 18.���General
Cavern, a Carlist was killed and nearly fifty othoi persons were injured In
un encounter yesterday between Catholics and fiee th'nkers. The orllceiH
nf the Nollciero, a Catholic newspaper
wore wrecked. The lighting began
outside thc church of St.Philip, where
a jubilee celebration was being hold.
Shots were fired hy anti-Catholics.
Subsequently the Catholics inarched
through thc strootB armed with revolvers and knives,further violence resulting. The authorities confined themselves to exhorting the people to remain calm and to protect threatened
poisons and property,
Famous Lead Property Unable to Find
a Fair Market For Oio.
Moyie, July 18.���Tho St. Eugene
mine bus quit breaking ore and the
force, except about 80 men on development, has been laid off. lt is expected that the force will be reduced still
further to 50 men. The St. Eugene
compuny had a contiact with a Belgian company to ship n.ooo tons of ore
Jas. Carson , Calgary, is a guest at
the Royal hotel.
M. Nord, Sandon; D. Rendpel, St.
James, Mini.; I). Stephens, Nelson;
J. A. McKinnon, Phoenix, nnd L, J,
Pelkey, Greenwood, nre guests nt
the Queens hotel.
The following are yesterday's arrivals at the Phair hotel; 0. J. Ket-
tyle, Kaslo; F. Van Agnew, Athahas-
c'a.A. II. Wallbiiilge, E. J. Coyle,
Vancouver; T. 10. Mickey, Sandon;
G. Li. Smeltie, Vancouvei'.
E. L, Rose, Y. O. Irving, Phil
James, W. Barber, Wm. Richard
Jack Adams Rossland ; Thus. II. Oil-
die, Alex Oddie, Ymir; W. A. Wells,
Kaslo; Leslie Rosebery and O. W.
Winlaw, Slocan are guests at the
Grand Central hotel,
The following are gnesls nt the
Hume hotel: W. C. Perry, Winnipeg:
J. P. Miller, Kaslo; P. Melinite, Molly Gibson, Landing; F. lilwcll, Bon-
ulngton Fulls; I'. N. While, Miss
Monessey, Grand Forks; J, T. Kellny
Phoenix; J.   II. McGill,   Vancouver;
s, II. Howe, ('iii-berry|C, Q, Cunning
hum, Goeuwood.
Johannesburg, July I8.--I11 tho
course of an inquiry conducted under
oath here toduy, various non-commissioned officers nnd men of the British
army confirmed the statement that
the BoerS shot the Hritish wounded at
London, July 18.���"Mongolia is not
Russ'un," suys a dispatch to the
Daily Express from St. Peteraburg.
Urga, a Chinese frontier station on
the road to Pekin, about 200 miles
south of Kiakhta, bus been fortified
and garrisoned by Russians, "Surveying parties, escorted by troops,
have penetrated ns fur as the edge of
the great desert, to determine tho
route of a direct railway to Pekin,
through tlio deBcrt and the point
where it will join the mid Siberian
railway extension, now being constructed around the south cud of the
Lake Dnikal."
The following locnl Ions worn recorded yesterday I You Like, on Craig
mountain, adjoining the Montroal, on
the north, located hy Thos, K. Kilby'l
Mosgrnve, on Craig mountain, adjoining the Drum I.111111011, on the.
wesl,  located by Thus. 10. Kiihy.
Certificates of work were grunted
on MBggle to Andrew F. Sostud;
Champion, to Henry S. Orolty;
.lleutic, to Michael Egan; (iodhound
to Michael Egan; Marble, to John
Deslrean et al; Union .la.k, In E. S.
Glasford; Dorval, to Azilda Gascon,
The only transfer recorded yesterday
was the'Maggie from I ver Hjornstnd
to Andrew Hostead.
Pittsburg,  Pa., July   18.���Tbe   following   was   received from Wcllivllle
tonight!   "Tim storm  centra of tho
great strike wus today removed from
Pittsburg  to  the   little   Colombian
OOllB'y village. News thai Hie Wcllivllle plant of the American Sheet Steel
Co., was how in shape to run full
hlust.and that men would be imported
from Vandergrlft, I'a., ''inl other
points lo work in the mills, caused
President Shatter, of Uu Amalgamated Association to go to Wellsvlllo
from Plttsourg lo encounige tbo
Colon, Colombia, July 18.���A rumor
is In circulation here that Piesident
Maioquia has resigned or Is about to
resign ollice, but it lacks confirmation
and i- not credited in Colon.
Springfield, Mass.. July 18.-Major Taylor has settled his dlfllcnltleH
with thc N. C. A. and rode heie 10
night for the first time In this country
since his return. The lines of (400,
imposed by the N. C. A., havo been
remitted, with the understanding that
Taylor appears at all grand circuit
meets herealter. Allhoigh not In
ondition Taylor wi n t ie half mile
ciiainplonsbip from Cooper and Fennel.
1)1101) IN RUSSIA.
St. Petersburg, July is.���Admiral
Count l.oguin lleydon died near here
July 3. He was in his 051b yenr and
was an ollici r In the marines for MO
Washington, July 18.���The nnvy department has purchased the big Hosting steel drydock which lies in Ho-
vnnn linrluir, from the government of
Spain for 1185,000, Nelson Daily Minbr,  F. iuay.  Julv iq, 1901
The Nelson Miner
abllHhed   Every  Mornii.?   Kxccpt   Monday
���BY THE���
Dally, per month, bj- carrier	
D_ti~, per monlh, by rnAil	
Daily, per year, by carrier	
I>ally. per year, by mail.
..     Got
? 7 00
5 00
Daily', per year foreit~>    9 "0
Weekly.per half yoar  IJ 25
Weekly, per year    ' al
Weekly.per year, foreign    * at
u-scrlpLionn Invariably tn advance
115 Floot Stro-U K. 0.
Central  Prow. Auency,  Ltd., Special Agcnt-
_J! Check" xhoulil De made payable to tho
order  of   Nausox    Publwhino    Cu_i~~v,
Alexander Sc Co.. 521 F__t Avenue, Spokane.
W_-.li.. keep thli piiper on llli'. and aro our
authorized agent- for adv.rli-.iiieDtn and nub-
The Australian gentleman,
Cock, an interview with whom
published in yesterday's Miner,
his finger on the >ore spot of Hiifsli
Columbia mining. It needed not a
magician to do this, as the trouble
lies well on the surface. The prevalence of strikes is causing the mischief. "The frequency of strikes in
British Columbia, and the uncertainty
of the industrial conditions, were
scaring capital away from what
would otherwise be great and paying
investments." Complaint has beeu
made of the raining laws, and not
without good ground. It is poor encouragement to the industry to mani
fest a disposition on the put of the
Government to make it the chief
source of Provincial revenue. It has
to bear ils fair share of indirect taxation, but to impose in addition the
burden of tt large direct tax is a poor
way to entice capital.
Vexatous und detrimental   as   those
laws are, however,   tbey
themselves impede the flow of foreign
(3* *���'*
We  have just
suited for
received  the   following   dainties  especially
Camping and...
Picnic Parties:
A Choice AhHOrlment of
ArijioUr's CoUi)lry Club Specialties
Be cure and add to your order some of the following goods :
CHICKEN A LA MARENGO���Composed of large pieces  of broiled chicken,
mushrooms and French truffle*, with tbe addition of a full flavored sauce.
TENDEKI.OIN OF BEEF���Made from the fillet of tenderloin, broiled and put
tip in the natural beef gravy.
Mnoedolne Stew, Veal Cutlets, Pork Cutlets, Sliced Chicken and Tongue, Sliced
Dried Beef. Horn Louf, Veal Loaf, Chicken Loaf, Sliced Star Ham, etc.
TELEPHONE    NO.    13.
s Hudson's Bay Company,
Gold. Silver-Lead   and   Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
FREE MILLING GOLD properties wanted at once for Eastern
Parties having mining property for sale are requested to send
samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.
We desire to hear from prospectors who bave promising mineral
claims in British Columbia.
Prospectors and mining ncn are requested to make the EXCHANGE their headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
Telephone No. 104.   P. O. Box 700. NELSON. B. O.
the tax paid last year by a certain
mine was 7.34 per cent, of net profits.
The increase of the mineral tax was
a blunder, and in its operation a dis-
would not of tinct injury to development.
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capital to the extent that Is giving
iiuch universal and anxious concern.
We hear now and then of a deal involving thousands, but what is only
an    occasional   occurrence   should   be
When East recently the Finance
Minister eatisriea himself by Inquiries
that within two years there would be
a second transcontinental railway.
With a quiet perseverance  which   has
taking place almost overy day. Capital not yet exeited half the admiration it
is not corning in. and a sense of un- will some day do, Messrs. Mackenzie
easiness and uncertainty with regard ,_ Maun have prosecuted their various
to labor conditions must be ami but- railway enterpiises, having for their
ed as the true cause. The Eight-Hour object an extension to the Pacific ou
law and the disturbance which foi- the one hand and to Hudson Hay on
'owed on Its introduction did a vast the other. Tbey will reach the Pa
illinium of barm, from the full effects CI6c through the Yellow Head Pass
of which tbe Province is far indeed within two years. Mr. Turner was
from having recovered. Where there 'delighted a*, the prospect, as manifest-
was hetore a feeling of settlednes . of , ed in bis speech at the annual meet-
confidence, there is now apprehension ing of the Victoria Board of Trade the
so easily excited tbat capital is con-: other day. He wants to have the road
Btantly in a condition of fright. That cross tbe Seymour Narrows, and then
this apprehension <ron not without' run down to Victoria, making that
reason we bave painful evidence in the city its Pacific terminus. It will be
labor troubles that are now prevail- [ worth any sacrifice the 1'iovince
ing at Rossland. Where they may could make to obtain this competing
break out next uo one can tell, but wc transcontinental road. Mr. Turner,
cannot get rid of the fear that they | indeed, was full of this great
nre liable to occur anywhere any! scheme, and intimated his readiness
time. That is the evil of it. and as' to advocate Government aid. He is
long as it endures the mining indus- : willing to pledge millions of Prov-
try of liritisli Columbia will suffer lincial money to obtain competition
If there were abnormal conditions I from coast to coast, but last session
prevailing   in   this   Province,   which   he voted to refuse   the   competition to
subjected to torture in the hope of
extracting confessions from them.
The Sultan first believed the conspiracy was directly against himself. The
Ere did not occur in the room adjoining that used by the Sultan as first
reported, but in a corridor quite a
long way from Dis Majesty's apartments.
nothing short of a conflict between
capital lino labor could remedy, we
should understand these lalur outbreaks, and rather welcome tbem than
not as the storm necessary to clear the
air. But there are uu abnormal conditions. Labor on tha whole has been
better rewarded here, and altogether
more fortunately circumstancod, than
in nny other portion of  the continent.
It   is the  eonsolousnesa  of this fact
that prevents a restoration   of     confl
dence, for there Is no   assurance   that
labor can ever be satisfied,    And with
this feeling in the air,    it   would   be'
vain to expect the How of   canitnl ne- i
cessnry to thu development of resouroes
abundant enough and rlub enough to
make this tin- most prosperous com- '
miiuity on enrlh.    Perhaps   the   only
remedy is  Uovernment atbbltratloo,
as Mr. Cock BUggettl, Wo nutioc that
an exchange advises thu Provincial
Government    to   intervene and put   a
stop lo these wasteful outbreaks,   ifi
tiii-re ia to bu Government action.look-1
ing to thc   compulsory arbitiation   of
labor disputes,    it   should come   from
Ottawa,     not     from     Victoria.    Any'
measure   of   a    Lc.-islatni.    like   the'
present one   would   inspire alarm in- !
stead of conlldouue.
southern British Columbia which a
Coast-Kootenay railway in the same
hands would supply us. Mr. Turner
is either not consistent, or be has got
the extraordinary notion In hi6 head
that Victoria Is the whole of the
Nonningsvaag. Norway, July 16.���
The llagship America ot the Baldwin-
/.icgler Arctic expedition with
Evelyn II. Baldwin on board which
left Ti-oinsoe, hound north yeste'day
parted today from the Krithjof, and
other Vessels  of   the expedition.    The
America proceeds to Archangel, Russia, reaching there .luly lit'. The Bel-
gica, the third ship of the expedition
will sail from here Julv IS,
Wheeling, W. Va., July 18.-The
latest combination to be formed is of
flint glass bolt]-.- makers. There are
about fifty manufacturers of glass bottles in the United States and every
one was brought into the combine at
a meeting held in Chicago on July 11.
The capitalization is $.10,000,000. The
immediate effect of the combination
was the stiffening of prices which
were advanced SO and five off in carload lots, with no freight allowances
except upon cai load shipments.
Interstate Park, Julv 18.���E. C.
Griffiths of I'as'coag. R. 1., won the
grand American handicap at clay-
targets, by killing 03 out of 110. He
won the live bird grand American
handicap on the same grounds, this
Washington   Park,    Chicago,     111.,
July 18.���The   Hyde   Park stake   was
won bv Sir Oliver,   Memoon,   second;
Abe Frank, third.    Mo time.
It 1ms been said and repeated a
score of times that In respect to thc
mineral tax this Province is better off
than Montana.ami in .Molilalia the tax
Is three per cent, ou the net earnings.
It must he, therefore, so runs the argument, thnt our tax of two per
cent, is on the net earning.-. In a
published letter Mr .1. Roderick Hubert..oil effectually pnnctnres this bladder. He shows Hint the Ymir mine is
paying nt the rate of 8.0B per cent,
of its net profits, ami that there are
conditions connected with that mine
whicli give it an advantage over some
pthors. lu Slocun for example,    where
Cause of the   Recent   Fire in the Hul-
tans palace at Constantinople.
Constantinople, July 18.���Owing to
the mystery  and secrecy enshrouding
all occurrences   in the Ylldiz   Palace,
the real cause of the recent lire   there
has only   now    transpired,    The Incident was   the result ot an Intrigue by
the   ladies of   the haiciii against   the
lady   tiensuier   of   the harem   whom
they   wished   to   get rid cf.    At   the
Instigation of the conspirators   a   negro placed materials for a   conllagia-'
tion in a   corridor   of Ihe palace   and!
lighted'them    under   conditions  compromising tlie lady    treasurer   so that I
she would be    accused   of the act and '
dismissed; The desired result wns ob-l
tuined.    The lady treasurer    was    not
only dlsimssed but she was   imprisoned lu the   palace.    Hor   relatives   are
Influential   and    have been endeavoring   to    obtain    her    release.      There
have been numerous   arrests in 00080-
uuence of the attempt nt incenillarlsiii
and   some   of   the women   have   heen
Brussels, July 18.���Violent scenes
occurred in the chamber of representatives today during the debate on the
Education Bill. The Socialists and
Rightists indulged in vulgar and
abusive language to one another in
unmeasured terms. Personal encoun
tcrs were only pievented by the intervention of the ushers. The session
was suspended. Thc president of tbe
clumber M. de Sadeleer threatened in
cnae the disorder was repeated, to suspend the sessions of the chamber inde-
London, July Is. ���In a foursome today on the links of the North Berwick (Holland) Now Gold Club, Miss
Frances C. Grlscom of Philadelphia,
bolder of the woman's national championship of the United States, aud
Hen Say res, the professional, beat
Messrs. Hettk- and Ilinkle of Philadelphia, by four up and three to play.
Best Assortment
Come Early and Get
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
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i D. McArthur 8 Co. i
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Montreal
Allan Line Tunisian  July Tt
Allan Line Numidlan Augusts
Beaver Line Lako Superior July 26
Beaver Line Lake Ontario  August 2
From Portland, Me.
Dominion Line Vancouver  August 8
Dominion Line  Dominion   August 10
From Boston
Dominion Line Cumtlionwealth    July 31
Dominion Line New Kngland August!.
From New York
White Star Line Teutonic Inly.-.]
White Star Line Germanic   Augmt.7
Cunard Line Lucania  July 27
Cunard Line Etruria August.
American Line   St, Paul August 7
French Line La Champagne August 1
Anchor Line Astoria  Aut.it-t 10
For further particulars apply to
City Passenger Agent, Nolson, B. C.
General S.S. Aurnt C.P.R. Offl-OR. Winning.
Reynolds' Livery   Stable
Will Be Sold Cheap
Three years lease on  ground
property   a.  $10.00
per month.
Apply to
0. li. CAMERON, lent
Baker Street.
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always or
Kates to all railway and
lake points.
General Agent
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors wesi
C.P.R   offices.
Herman Syrup Is the special proscription nf I). A. Iloscliee, �� c.le-
lirntcil (icrmnn I'h.vslclnn, and Is nc-
knut.l.dp.d to be one of the most foi-
tuniitc discoveries in Medicine. It
c|iiiclrly cures Coughs, (olds nnd nil
Lung troubles of the severest nnttire,
removing', ns it does, thc caiiflo cf the
affection anil leaving ttie parts lu a
itrong and health; condition it is not
nn   experimental   medicine,    but   has
F. O. GREKN        V. 8. OLEMENTP
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
P.  O.  Bxo Ul Kulom   B.��
Is    lame    or    intei feres
bring  him   to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop, Jo
sephine Street
B, giving   sntis-
whilh   its rap
stood the test of yen
faction in every case,
idly inoreaalng sale every season _on-
llrius.' Two million bo'ttleK Hold annually. Iloschee's German Syrup was
introduced in the United States in
lKiis, 11..,1 is now sold in every town
and Tillage In the civilized world.
Three doses will relieve any ordinary
cough Price 78 cts. (Jet (ircen's
I'rl/e Almanac.
West Transfer Co.
Goal and Wood
Best   Fir  and  Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Of_~e on   Baker Street Tel. Itt
J. G. NELSON, Manager.
Furniture Dealers,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
From $10.00 up 0,
From $2.50 up -g
From $13.50 up ft.
:_. Reception, Easy and  Large  Rockers $
_a Recer.ion Cbiirs, Couches, Lounges, Di-.ans. ~-
1 |
PAT. SEPT.. 1900.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C. Block. Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by m-��il receive careful and prompt attention
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Eranch Markets in Eoseland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sancton, Three Forks, New Denver and Slooan City.
Orders by <n~;t to a. v branch will have careful �������_; oromot attention.
Ladies' aDd Gents' Merchant Tailors and Dyers,
Suits Made to Order,'Gleaned, Dyed, Altered and Renaired.
Josephine St., Opposite Clarke Hotel.
Mail Orders Solicited. p. 0. Bo_ 634
Our stock is now complete in the above lines.    Call and be
convinced that the most complete stock
is carried  by the
Certificate of Improvements
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
1 have a complete stock on hand oi
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors.
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT HAY. Y-rd8, NBLSON
nud LARDO,
'Dura Mineral Olnim, Hitnato in tlio
Neluon Mining Division of We_t Kootonay District.
Where looated ion (Vatg Mountain, neur
Take notico that 1, ,l���liu D. Anderson, P. L. 8��� of Trail, il. 0., nuent for
Herbert PortW, Free Minor's oer-
tilicnto No. li 60180, intonrt 60 days
from tha date hereof, to apply to tho
Mining Recorder for a certificate of
improvements, for tlio (inrpoBo of ob-
Mining a Grown Grant of the above
And further take notice that action,
niiilor miction 117 most be oominencml
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvement.,
Dated   tbie   1st day of July A. D.,
J- C. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc,
Laic of Geologioal Survey of Can-
ada.    Six years experience in B. C.
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson, B.C. Nelson Daily Mh~_r, Fruw. July 19, f_>o.
Ministers at Pekin Will Determine
the Eute of Manchuria.
WasbingtoD, Julv 18���It is the desire
of some of the great powers that the
disposition of Manchuria should go be-
fore the ministers at Pekin and be
finally determined by a joint agreement among the powers. Although
nu definite step has been taken in that
direction, it is being discussed by
foreign representatives stationed here,
who fully expect thut tbe plan will
be' adopted. Russia, it is believed,
Mill be reluctant to agree toil. Attention has been directed to the latter by reports that Russia bus resuui-
,,l direct negotiations with China
concerning Manchuria and also by
yesterday's cablegram stating that a
Russian proclamation was about to be
issued proclaiming New Chwang as a
Russian port. As to this report
thai Russia will proclaim New Chwang
to be a Russian port, it is pointed
out in diplomatic quarters that New
Chwang is a treaty port and as such
open to the commerce of the world,
under the existing tariff: regulations
with China. These rights of trade
could nol be diverted, in the opinion
of diplomatic officials, by a Russian
proclamation unless the powers had
previously given assent. Thus far,
however, there haB been no request
from Russia or China for any change
in the status of New Chwang as one
of the treaty ports.
Mi, Rockhill, U. S. special commissioner at Pekin, has been instructed
to give the assent of the United States
to the discussion of the proposition
to increase the Chinese custom duties
in order to provide means for the payment of the international indemnity.
Our government is Btill unopposed to
this project ana" the instruction is
sent only in defer, nee to the universal
wish for a speedy conclusion of the negotiations at Pekin.
In a spirit which aroused the keenest admiration of the state department, the Japanese government has
met the ditliculty glowing out of the
preference of her request for an increase of ber Indemnity from China,
by withdrawing that request. Japan
asked originally for 8.8,000,000. Tbis
figure was more moderate than any ot
thu powers which played any prominent part in the Chinese campaign
and represented the barest expense of
the undertaking. It was fixed upon
the idea that payment was to be made
in cash by China. It is safe to assume that the United States government will do what it can to secure
compensation for Japan in some other
way In the future.
San   Francisco, July   18.���The
Epworth League special train arrived
tonight and when the fifth international convention opened 30,000 delegates were in attendance, 18,000 of
these coming from points east of the
Rockies. Since last Monday morning
the Southern Pacific has handled via
Ugden, 35 special trains in addition to
the regular trallic, a largo majority
of them arriving last nixht and today, many being scheduled but 30
niiutues apart. The record mado is
remarket le in view of the fact that
not the slightest accident occurred to
this procession of trains all the way
from Ogden.1, The excursionists all
oxpress themselves much pleased with
the transcontinental journey. The
arrangements made by the Epworth
League loeal committees and the railroads for carrying of passengers and
baggage have worked perfectly and
there has been but little confusion.
Among today's notable arrivals
wcru Bishop Isaac VV. Joyce, president
of the league; Rov. Dr. Thiekield of
Cincinnati, geneial secretary of the
Fieedmcn's Aid and Suuthcrn Educational Society ; (loveruor A. T, Illiss,
of Michigan, llisliop II. W. Warren of
Denver and Hlshop Earl Cianston of
Portland, Ore.
tbe royal princess has been watched
with keen interest for several years.
When Lord Rosebery arrived from the
continent last Saturday he went almost direct lo see the king. There has
been much speculation as tu the cause
of this visit, but it is now   explained.
A London paper says:
"The report that announcement
will soon be made of the betrothal
has caused no surprise in England.
where it is generally believed the
wido1" of Queen Victoria's youngest son aud the former premier would
have been married several years ago
but for the opposition of the queen
to second marriages. They have been
loverH for years, and tlnee monthB
ago it was reported they had been
secretly mairied. The ducbeag, who is
a daughter of the German house of
Waldecn I'yrmont, has been a widow
since 1881, her husband dying two
yeaTs after their mairiage. Her life
since then has been devoted to her
children, Piincess Alice and the present Duke of Albany, who is now 17.
Lord Rosebery has teen a widower
since 18110. He is 54, fourteen years
the senior of the duchess."
The earl's friends scoff at the stories
of the engagement.
Cleveland, Ohio, July 18.���There is
a Btrcug probability that the entire
deet of the Cleveland steel canal boats
company operating a line of boats between Cleveland and New York via
Lake Erie canal, will Bhortly be
sold and be sent to Manila to be used
as lighters.
Denver, Colo , July 18.���It is reported here that the Radolifl. hotel,
cabins and other buildings, controlled by the proprietor of tne Grand
Mesa Lakes, have been burned by a
mob of 75 residents of Delta county,
in revenge it is supposed, for the killing of a woman by a game warden
last Monday. The property Iosb in
When  a   child   I
burned my foot
frinhtfully," writes W. H. Eads, of
Jonesville, Va., whioh caused horrible
leg sores for 30 years, but Huck.en's
Arnica Salve wholly cured me after
evervthiug olse failed." Infallible for
Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Sores, Bruises
and Piles. Sold by Canada Drug &
Book Co.
If you don't like Blue Ribbo. Tea it's
beoauBe you never tasted it.        	
TcnderB will be received by the
undersigned up to the 20th day of
August, '.'.'Ol, for the purchase of the
stock in tiade of general merchandise, book debts, business and good
will of the late William Thomas
Beadles, of Salmo, and Erie, B. C,
storekeeper. The property consists of
a two-storey frame building at Eria,
with a stock of general merchandise,
and a stock of general merchandise at
Intending purchasers may bid for
the whole   or either of the stocks.
Stock lists and  inventories   can   be
seen on application to James Banner-
man at Erie, B. C.
Dated this 18th day of July, 1001.
Solicitors for   James   Lawrence,    Administrator of the estate of William
Thomas Beadles.
London, July 18.~Tho original an
nouiiceincnt of Roscbeiy's engagement appeared In the Manchester
aily Dispatch, and reads as follows:
"Her Royal Highness thc Duchess of
Albany will accompany King Edward on his approaching visit to Scotland and the betrothal of Her Royal
Highness to Lord Rosebery will be
announced during their visit or Immediately after the return of the
royal party." The DuchesB of Albany
and tho Earl of Rosebery have beon
looked upon as sweetboartB for several
years. She Is the widow of 11. R II.
the Duke of Albany, fourth Bon of
tjucon Victoria. She ia mother of the
reigning Duke of Saxe-Coburg and
(lotha and a daughter of t'.e late
Prince of Wnldeck-Pyrmont.
Thc Duke died in 1884, four months
before the birth cf his son   and   heir.
The Earl of Rosebery, though riot of
royal blood, is by no means a poor
malch for the king's sister.in law
Ho, too, is a widower, 54 years old,
or fourteen years older than the duch-
eas. He married in 1878 Mlts Hannah
Rothaohlld. only daughter and heir of
llaron do Rothschild. Shu was tbo
richest woman In England.
The romance of   the   statesman   and
In the matter of the Estate ot William Thomas Beadles, late of the
town of Salmo, British Columbia,
deceased, intestate.
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to
thc "Trustees and Executors' Act,"
that all creditors and others having
claims against' the estate of the said
William Thomas Readies who (tied at
Nelson. B. C, on the 17th day of
April, 1001, are required on or before
the 20th day of August, 1001, to send
by post prepaid, or deliver to the undersigned, solicitors for tbe administrator of the estate of the said deceased at Nel.on, Ii. C, their Christian
names and Btirnaraes, addresses and
descriptions, the full particulars of
their claims, the statement of their
accounts, and the nature of the securities if any, hold by them.
And further tako notice that after
such last mentioned date the Administrator will proceed to distribute the
assets of the said deceased among the
parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which he
shall have then had notice, and that he
will not be liable for the said assets
or any part thereof, lo any person or
persons of whose claims notice shall
not have been rcceved by him at the
time of such di.titbution.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 18th dny
of Julv, nail.
Solicitors for   James   Lawrence,   administrator of the estate ot   tbe said
deceased intestate.
Liquor Department.
A very full line of these, including several reserved brands on
hand- Shipments for Kootenay
are made from Victoria.
Additions to our stocks are being
continuously received by sailing vessels
via Cape Horn.
A stock of these embracing the
leading brands, is curried at Nelson,
thereby enabling quick dolvcry to
Kootenay bilyci s.
Carried in fit ick at Nulnon.
R. P- Rithet & Oo-, Limited
___.���   -!_-���   CX-LvA. X    Rcpioscntativo
P.  O. Box 521
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day 81.00.
Province of Hritish Columbia, Nelson,
West Kootenay :    To Wit:
liy virtue of two writs of Fiori
Facias issued out of the Supreme
Court of liritisli Columbia, at the
suits of The Merchants Hank of Halifax, and Miller & Richard, Plaintiffs, nnd to me directed against the
goods and chattels of the Nelson
Publishing Company, Limited, Defendants, I have seized nnd taken in
execution all the light, title and interest of thc said Defendant, the Nelson Publishing Company, Limited, in
one Thome Type Setting Machine,
one Bothrel Press; one l'< ny ^l'ress,
three (iordon presses, one wire stitch
er, one ruling machine, one standing
press, one paging machine, book
debts,subscription list,ollice furnituie,
Stationery, stoek in trade and all other
goods and chattels now in the building occupied by the said Nelson Publishing Coinpany, Limited, on Ward
Stieet in the City of Nelson, B. 0., to
recover the sum of live thousand four
hundred and thirteen dollars audelev
en cents (.5,41:1.11) and also interest
of thirteen hundred and forty-six dollars and thirty-four cents (81,346,84)
fiom the 3rd of May, 1001 until payment, and also interest on four thousand and fifty nine dollars and seventy cents (84,050.77) from the 3rd of
July, 1001, unti.l payment both at the
ratei of fivo per centum per annum;
besides Sheriff's poundage, officers1
feeB antl all other legal incidental expenses; all of whioh 1 shall expose
for sale, or sufficient thereof to satisfy said judgments, debts and eosts, at
iny otlice next to the Court House in
the City of Nelson, 11. C, on Tuesday
the 83rd day of July, 1001, at the
hour of 11 o'clock in tlie forenoon.
An inventory ot the goods and chattels to be sold may be seen at my
olliee on and after the 18th instant
until day of sale.
Note ���Intending   purchasers
satisfy themselves as to   interest
title of thc said defendants*
Dated at Nelson, B. C ,  ���
15th .Inly, llioi.
8. P. TUCK,
Sheriff of South Kootenay.
Certificate of Improvements
"Warfare" Mineral Olaim, situate in
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located : Ou Craig Mountain,
near Oraigtown.
Take notice that I, J. D. Anderson,
P.L.S , of Trail, B.C., agent, for Mrs.
Katheriue Seed, Free Miners' Ceitill-
No. B50.071, William Seed, Free Miners' Certificate No. 1160,188, and (iideon
Madore, Free Miners' Certificate No.
B5571, intend, <K) days from
date hereof, to apply to the Min
ing Reoorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above olaim.
And further take notiee thnt aetion,
under Beotion !17, liinst be commenced
before tbe issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 5th dny of July, A. D.
FARES-Cnsh, 10 cents.
Tickets, 10 for 50 cents.
SERVICE���Every 20 minutes, leaving
park and up-town terminns nt 7
a. 111. to I0.40 p.m. Early car leaves
H. II. Stores 6:45 a.m.
TRAINS���Oars meet .10.35 a.m. and
0.45 p m., and outgoing only on
SPECIAI^-The public are requested
to stop cars only ou the far side of
cross streets; not to ride on, rnter
or leave by front platform; nlso to
motion by band if they intend to
board the car, and to notify conductor a Bhort distance before they
wish to leave.
OOMPLAINTS-Will receive prompt
attention at the Company's office,
Vernon Stieet, Oity.
A large number of good residential
building sites adjacent to the lines of
their tramway, chiefly in the southern portion of the city to be sold on
easy terms.
Apply   Tramway      Oflice,    Vernon
A V. MA80N,
Managing Secretary.
As we need the space for
other goods, we have decided
to sell out our line of
Granite Iron Ware, Etc.,
Call and Get Prices.
Baker Street.
Phone 261.
H. & M. BIRD
$550 House on Victoria   street   22x14,
thoroughly   well   built, plastered
inside,   city water nnd   improved
8800 Four-roomed   house on   Victoria
$281) Two lots on Robson   street   close
to llendryx.
$15 Five-roomed cottage on Ward st.
$;|0 Furnished liouse on Victoria street
$28 Furnished   liouse    on    Carbonate
$,TO Seven-roomed liouse on Carbonate
street, electiic   light, hot air furnace, all conveniences.
$20 House   on    Mill   street,
$20 House ou Robson Btreet,
Stanley; two fenced lots
all   1m-
close   to
all con-
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning immediately
on arrival of steamer, ut tho
rate of       ,
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions to be left
with the agent,
D.  J.  YOUNG.
Large semi-detached house
owned by F. P. Gutilius is
offered for sale at less than
Has all conveniences and
rents for $50 per month.
Brewer, of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
N~l��o~. a O.
Advertisement- inserted nnder thiB hoad at
the rate of ono cent a word per insertion. No
advertisomont takon for lees than 25 cent*.
Situation Waniod advertisements Inserted
three times free of charge.
KOOM TO RENT in K. W. 0. Block,
on July 1st, corner room facing
Baker and Ward street. Two rooms
en suite ou Ward st., and two inside
rooms. Furnished or unfurnished.
Mrs. F. .1. Squire.
Are you in   want?   If   you are, tell
the people, through   The   Miner want
column,  what   you are   in   want   of
You'll _et it.
TO RENT.���Kooms and ollice  in   Clo-
ment,   Hillyer block.    Apply to   the
Nelson Electric Tramway offices.
ROOM and board in   private [faintly.
Apply ou Silica  street, second   door
west of Ward.
ROOM for   rent at   Mrs.
Silica street.
FOR SALE.���Tug Hoat 'Red Star."
and Barge���At reasonable figures to
cash purchaser or time with good
security. Apply to Ontario Powder
WorkB,  Nelson, ]{.  C.
HOUSE to   Rent.���Furnished   or unfurnished, apply T, Miner office.
WANTED.���A school teacher for   the
1'ilot    liay Public School.    Apply to
D. II. Riddell, secretary school board.
NELSON Employment Agency, llaker
street,    l'hone 278.   .1. II. Love.
WANTED.���Waitresses,    Dish washer.
Situations    wanted     by   engineer,
blacksmiths, Miner.,    Laborers,    Carpenters, etc.
WANTED���Men   wanted for   railroad
construction.       Fare   and    employment fee advanced.    Western   Canadian Employment Olliee, Ward st.
'pHORI'K, Sc CO. Limited-Corner Vornon
J_ and Cedar Streets, Nelson���Alanunuilur
ors of and wholesale doalei. in uerated waters
and fruit syrups. Sole ugunts for Halcyon lio
bpriugs miuerul water.   Telephone (lo.
WOMAN    wants   work   of   any   kind
iluring   the   day.    Apply   at    Miner
IT WILL PAY you to read our ad. in
another column.  Our blond of tea at
Thirty cents   per pound will suit you-
Kootenay Colfee Co.
JAPAN TEAS���"Spider Leg," "I'au-
fired,' "Sun Cured,"���have a place in
our stock. The new "Ceylon Green'1
is fine flavored and economical. Kootenay Coffee Co.
PR-IS   Hilling linhl    properties-We nre
MuxinUH lo secure a I'm' 1 rec milling ;. ��hl
properties nt one..   The  Prospector's   Kx-
clmiiK-,   Kelson,   It.   <!,   It  4,   K.-W.-O.
WE HAVE   in stock choice teas from
India, Ceylon, China, and Japan.   We
blend them to your taste.    All   prices
and qualities.    Kootenay  Coffee Co.
tlOLI. SILVER tl>IM'Kltl,~AI>   Mines    ami
prospects wauled.   Send report and sum-
pies lo llir Prospector's IWeltaiiKe. Nelson.
IK'.   Koo m I l_.-W.-~. Ii'ock.
IF Ronald Ferguson will communicate with Alexander Ferguson, Son-
ya, Ont,, or Archibald Ferguson, s:i
Orovo street, Wicnlpeg, Man., he
will learn of something to his advantage.
LADY wishes   sewing by the   day in
private   families.    M. *   M.,   Miner
PARCEL from Miss I'attison's Dressmaking Parlors, addressed Mrs.
-roskill, Observatory street was sent
out 'm Saturday night nth instant nnd
lias not been bend of since, Anyone
knowing of its whereabouts kinolv
leave word at Martin O'Reilly ._ Co. 's
From date until October 1 tbe dental
otlices of Nelson will be closed at 1
o'clock, p. rr., on all Saturdays, remaining closed during the balance of
the day.
W. J. QUINLAN,   D. D. S.
F. E.   MORRISON,   D. D. S
T   II. STODDAllT, D.  D. S.
J-. N. __ Cummins, Lessee���Kvery known
variety of soft drinks. 1'o Hox 88. Telephone
No. Jl. H_ovor Streot, Nelson, bottlers of tin)
famous SU Leon Hot Springs Mineral Water
C1ANK & MACDONALD (11, Cano, Jamo
/ A. Macdonald)���Architect* and superia
iciidontH, Broken iiill Uluck, corner Baker and
��� ard Streets, Nelson
HJ. KVANS Sc OO.���Baker Street, Nol
��� soil���Wholesale dealers in liquors, ol-
Kara, cement, lire brick and lire clay, water
pipe and steel rails, and general commission
W holesale and retail dealers in grain,
hay, Hour, feed. Mills at Victoria, New West
minster; Kdiuonton. Alta. Klevators ou Calgary and KdmouUm ltuilway. Manufacturer*
of the celebrated il. Sc li.. brand eorual*.
A MACDONALD & Co.-Corner Fron
��� and Hall streets���Wholesale grocer
uud jobbers iu blankets, gloves, mitts, boots
rubbers, uuiokinaws and unnurs' sundries.
PHUHNS Sc Co.-llaker Street,  Nulson-
���   Wliulesalo dealers in fresh and cured
meats.   Cold Storage.
Itukcr Streel, Nulson���Wholesale dea ,
ors in fresh and uured meals.
Notice Is hereby given that I have
made application to tho Chief Commissioner of Lamb: and Works at Victoria, It. C, for a special license to
out and carry away limber on and
from the following described Crown
Lands in the (loat River section of
West Kootenay district, 11. C.:
Commencing at a post placed on the
Soutli bank of Meadow Cicek and
marked "South Kast Corner," said
Meadow Creek being a tributary ol
(loat River ami above point 's situut
ed about four miles east of the station known us Kitchener on the
Crow's Nest branch of the B. ('.
S. Railway. Commencing at said
southeast corner and running wes!
Kill chains, North 40 chains, East Kill
chin ns and soutli 40 chains to place
of beginning, con tain ing about 040
Dated at Moyie, B.C . June 1(1,  mill.
Street, Nclsuu ��� WIiuIi'silIo denials in
hardware, miners' supplies sporting good*
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors 10 Van
eouver Hardware Co. LIU.) llaker Street,
Nelson���Wholesale dealers in hurdwaro and
mining suppliuH, plumbers' and Uusmillis' sup
XT KLSON    IIAItDWAKK   CO.- Wholesalo
.AA    paints, oils and glttss, mechanics* tools.
Agents fui < Im ill ii > I'hwiIit Works; tn/namlto
'llUUNKIt, BHBTON & Co.-Corncr Vornon
X. and Johuphnio Streets, Nelson���W'licle
���Me dealers In liquors, cigars, and dry gou-is,
Agents for I'abst Ilrewing Oo, of Milwaukee
and Calgary Ilrewing Co of Calgary.
UDSON'S HAY Oo.-Wholeaalo grocerle-
aml liquors ole, Haker Sti-eel, Nelson.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
heab office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to O. Ii. LENNOX   B��k��*  St
Mr. Macliln, general agent llennett
Fiuie Co., headquarters at, Victoria,
R. 0., begs to say tbat in consequence
of attempts to' impose spurious and
cheap Imitations of their white conn
tered, patent safety Fuse, Crown
llrand, be feelB It necessary to aBk
consumers to be sure that they get
the genuine liennett's Fuse. The sole
agents in Nelson Is the Lawrence
Hardware Co.
OaventB, Designs, Copyrights and
Trade Marks obtained In Oiiiuid-
and all foreign countries.
Room 3, Bank of .British Nortb
America, Hastings Ht'"*' Van.
Will pay the highest cash prieo for all
kinds of seoond band goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to ���
needle. Furniture, stoves, oarperfcs,
-ooking utensils, bonght in household
quantities. Also cast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box l��tt Hall
Sfcrent. Nelson.   H   "
I have a large warehouse and am
prepared to store all kinds of goods.
FroBser'B Second Hand Stoic, Ward
Mines Examined and Reported On-
Mining Engineer.
Room 4. K.-W.C.  Block,
Nblhon, R. O.
Take notice that I intend tn apply
:io days after date to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works at Victoria, II.O, to purchase the following
described vacant Crown Lands in the
District of West Kootenay,   II. 0, '.
Commencing at a post planted on
the west line of Lot B03, group 1, West
Kootenay District and about 800 ft.
from North West Corner of the said
lot, and which post is marked ".lames
Cronin 8 North-West Corner," thence
west ��u chains, thence south so
Chains, thence east so chains, thence
uoilb MO chains lo plaee ol beginning,
Containing UK) acres more or less.
Dated,  the Kith day of June, ID01.
Ollice corner Hall anil Ki'onl StrueU
Nelson���Lumber, celling, flooring, and every
thing In wood for huihliiig purposus, Uel out
prices.   Correspondence   uliriinl.
rp  GALLON k CO.���Ooaler> in ore lao.i
l .   anil I wines.   Always a large sttrck on
hand. Telephone8W, Room 11, K.-W.-C. Illock
Yon shouldn't send out of town for
cards for yourself or your husband
until you see what The Miner can do
for you.
Our Fresh Roosted Coffee Best of
Quality, as follows :
Java and Arabian Mooha, por pound 9  40
Java and Mocha Blond, 3 pounds  ta
Floo Santos, 4 poundH  100
Santos Hlend, o pounds  1 Oil
Our SpeolalBlend, 8 pounds  I*
Our Rio Roast, (1 pounds  1 On
a tbia- okofh mtucitm.
Nelson.     -     B. c
Construction Work
W. H. BROWN & ('()., NELSON.
Windermere Mines.   _fl~~tspoiuluio.~or.olloii
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
i6q NliLSON BC
A. R. BARROW, a. vi. i. o.B
Provincial Land Surveyor
Oorner Viotoria and Kootenay Sts.
P.O. BOX b Telephone No.
Certificate of Improvements
"Vancouver" Mineral Claim, silniite
in the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootcnny District.
Where loonted: On the N. & V. ri.
Hiiilway. !��� miles I'roiii the International
Tnke notiee that I, .1. I>. Anderson,
I'. L. Si, of Trail, II. (!., ngent for
Charles A. Oiilzin. Free Miner's nerti-
Boats No. Bo_,917i intend, sixty de.ys
from the date heieof, to apply to the
Minion Recorder for u Certificate of
Improvements, for the porpoie of oh-
talnlng a Crown Grant of tho above
And further tukn notice that action,
nnder sent ion 117, must he commenced
hefore the issnance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this filh day of July, lltoi.
If there is anything you riM|nii',),nsl(
for   it   in   tlie   columns of the Milier,
����*���*��������. tfW
Kzificm   Daily Miner, F.idav,  ji'iv !&���   i9��>
i I
Correspondence Wehaw-v-
Papers pondence pa
pers thnt are
being more nnd more largely used by
critical people lis tbeir real merits become Letter known. Among others we
mention "(Jlile Dorchester llond" and
"Ciown Parchment." These are put up
in the various fashionable sizes. Their
quality is the highest, style the most
attractive, manufacture the most perfect, and (hey areslways satisfactory.
'Hint's why exclusive people like tlicrn
and why tbey ;i-k for them. Other
high-grade papers are! "Foreign Mail"
and "Old Parobment Bond." Insist on
having these name* on Ihe box. There
is nothing else "ju-t as gimd,"
Pianos to Rent at S7 per month.
to fliid. Oames and amusements were
prorided for the eliildren. and the
refreshment booth was one of the
busiest spots on the grounds. The
Sunday school bave realised a terj
substantial surplus from the proceeds
of tbe excursion.
A freak of natme Is on exhibition
at the stabies of the West Transfer
company. A litter of kittens are
there who were born with either the
right or left ear shorter than their
other one, and o_e of the tabbies has
both ears abbreviated.
t^���_b^#4)^^4)4^ �����.
K Ju As _*.
.s^l rfj\ L~__ .'������%
A telephone has been put into the
fire hall in connection with the electric messenger   serivce.
A retaining wall of stone is heinj;
built along the north side of Veinon
streel to allow the grading of the road
at tbat point.
Four parties of prospectors leave
this morning for ID-creek and neighborhood, some to do assessment woik
on the their claims and others to look
up new ones.
Work in tbe ticket selling business
is becoming so brisk at Kossland that
the lireat Northern ha?e found it necessary to put in a couple of extra
ticket agents at that point.
Messrs.   Ktieiele,  Voting and   Aber-
crombie. of Trout Lane,    are   said   to]
have made a rich strike of   silver-lead
ore S couple of milts from Trout Lake
on the Dominion and   Careless claims, j
which were staked three   weeks   ago. j
The ledge is about four feet in width. ���
Yesterday was one of the best o'>-
served Thursday half holidays that
Nelson has had. ltesides tlie crowds
that went on tne Haptist Sunday
School picnic, and to the ball game,
large uumbers took advantage of the
opportunity to enjoy au afternoon on
the lake.
The building occupied for some time
by Kwong Wing (.'bong as a general
.tore on Vernon opposite Stanley
street, when tbe Chinese quarters wns
located in that section of town has
been bought by a carpenter, who will
make it into a workshop and dwelling. The building has been rained
some ten feet above tlie ground and
another storey will be put in under
the present st net ure.
A dispatch was receive! by the locnl
committee of tbe trackmen yesterday
from Mr. Wilson, tbe president of the
order, in which be told them that
everything In the east was progressing
most favorably, lie said that when
tlie men on the Pembina branch who
'had been induced to start work by
misrepresentations quit work, the C.
., It. circulated tbo report that the
hot weather bad been the cause of
their stopping.
Some of the merchant* on Bakei
street yesterday afternoon forgot that
it was the half iln.v holiday, and kept
tbeir stores open accordingly, One of
the merchants, wbo ivas advertised in
the Tribune yesterday as intending
to remain open,neglected to do so ami
once again proved that tlie author of
tlie report was neither a prophet nor
the son of a prophet.
Yesterday among the large numbers
who went fishing to  various  favored
localities, there were few who scclir-
I'd anything like gi od strings. Small
white lish seemed to be biting freely
but the trout although plentiful did
not seem to be in a Idling mood.
During tin* week then? have been four
trout, weighing between ttvo anil
three and a half pounds each, caugbt
from the end'of the C. 1J.  R. wharf.
An official shuffle has been mnde nt
thc <!. I'. I!, ollice. in Ibis eity which
lias made a number <>f important
changes in the local staff, William
Stimmertou arrived in the city from
Calgary on Wednesday evening and
has boon installed as ticket ngent nt
the depot. C. K ltciislcy, win) hns
temporarily occupied that position
during the last few weeks has been
transferred to the freight department.
I. N. Davidson lias retired from the
company's service and will devote his
whole time to the business of the
Waverley hotel, His piace has been
taken by .I.K. Newport, who 1ms been
acting cashier for the pusl few weeks.
A bewitching young lady went into
a fruit store tlie other day and enquired the price of some strawberries
which were mi exhibition in tbo window. The gentleman behind the
countei was a single man ami an ardent admirer of the gentler sex, and
the   piesenee   of   so   much   animated
beauty hypnotised   him for  the  time
being, and he replied "two for a quarter.'' meaning of course two boxes for
a quarter. The lady remarked that
they were veiy expensive, when the
young man noticing   the   "break" lie
had made, remedied theeiror by remarking lhat they wore twenty-live
for two cents. Ily the time he rocov-
erol. bis ouatotner bail departed,
The first drill of tbe senson by the
R. M. II. will hi' held on Fairview
range this evening Every member
of the company must be at tbe Armory In time to Catch the 0,48 car.
The officers are very anxious that the
iron turn out lo every drill anil take
un Interest In the work, so that when
the time comes for inspection tnis
Company will be ICOOnd to none in the
The Haptist Sunday schoo' picnic lo
Kokanee creek yesterday wus unu of
the most enjoyable and successful exclusions that has been held out of
Nelson for some time. About .'Hill
people avalied themselves of the trip
and n happier or more delighted
Crowd of excursionists   would be hard
K. J. Coyle, assistant passenger
agent of the C. I'. I!., arrived in the
city last evening and is a guest at the
Piiair hotel.
E, Applewhaite was one of the   few
fortunate fishermen   yesterday, securing a   trout   weighing    between   two
i and three pounds.
; B. 3, Maitland and T. 0. Hurk left
'for their   upper   claims   on   Morning
mountain yesterday to complete   their
assessment work.
Mr.tleo.Hell.the Haker street grocer
has   moved    into   the house   formerly
I occupied   by .Mr. ti. W.  (iillett.    The
latter has moved   into the   house   adjoining.
R. Irwin     Colorado; Jas.   Brsssoit.
Butte; .1. II. Harris. Spokane; II.    L.
j Levering, Winnipeg; C,  II. Goodman,
Kaslo,    are   guests   at   the   Waverley
J. N. Davidson of the Waverley
, maintains it is the good   "grub"   put
up at bis house that has defeated Nel-
1 son at the last t io   ball  games.    The
outside teams have "put up" there
: whiie in the city.
Mrs. Geo. Heer left on Wednesday
evening, accompanied by her sister,
.Miss Fleming, for Hrandon,where she
, intends to visit for a short time, prior
,ti her trip to South Africa, to jo'n
[ her husband, who is at present at the
Mr. John Toye. contractor of this
city, leaves for Ulairmore on Monday
next, where he has secured the contract to ere:t a number of cottages
and a private residence for the manager, on the property of the Ulairmore
Coal Coinpany. tie expects that the
work will occupy some time and as
the result of the work he has already
secured that there will be more of the
same character to do it) the district.
J A. McLaren arrived in tbe city
last evening from Vancouver, to assume charge of the ticket department
in the Spokane ,~ Northern railway
otlice in this city. While in the w~st
he acted as purser on the S. S. Amur,
which runs between Vancouvei and
Skagway. The arrival of Mr. McLaren in the city should 6e encouraging news to tbe lacrosse players of
this city, as while a resident of the
coast city he was a membei of the
Vancouver intermediate lacrosse team.
Incorporated by Speciul Act of the Dominion Parliament.
Capital Authorized $500,000    In 5000 Shares of $100
Stock Books are Open at 10 A- M- Tuesday. July 16th, and Will Close on Monday, 22nd of July at 4 P-M
Miller,  Etip,  Postmaster,
couver, B. C.
The Hon. Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, K.C.M.G., P.O.,  Vancouver, B.C.
John Hendry Esq., President I! 0.
Timber & Trading Co., Vancouver, B.C.
H. McDowell, Atkins, Wats-rn Company, Vancouver, B. C.
Hon. J. H. Turner,Provincial Treasurer, Victoria, B. 0.
Hon. J. D. Prentice, Provincials ere-
tary, Victoria, B. O.
Thomas Earle, Esq , M. I'., Wholesale Grocer1, Victoria, li. C.
David Spencer, Esq , merchant, Victoria, B. C.
J. A. Mills, M. D., Vancouver, B. C.
F. Burnett, Esq , Vancouver, B. 0.
Howard C. Wallers, Esq., Managing
Director of Britannia Mine., Vancouver, B, C.
A. Williams, Esq., barrister, Vancouver, II. C.
C. .. Douglas, Esq., real estate agent,
Vancouver, B. C.
1_ E. McKcohnie, M. D., Nanaimo,
B. C.
J. O. Cunningham, Esq., Manager
Cunningham Hardware Company, New
Westminster, 11. 0.
R. Marpole, Esq., Superintendent 0,
F, R , Vancouver, B. C.
Frank Fletcher, Esq., mayor of Nelson, Nelson, B. C.
Willi:,in Downie, Esq., Superintendent C. P. R., Nelson, B. C.
1. Oppenb.ioier, Esq., wholesale
grocer, Vanowuv.r, B. C.
C. A. Lett, Esq., Vancouver, B. C.
Simon J. Tunstall, M. D., Vancouver,
B. O.
Arch. R. Howell, F. 1. A., Monlrcnl,
Tupper, Pelius & (iilinotir, Vancui-
ver, B. C.
Bank of Montreal.
H. O. R. Oiiiii'm.K-q., Vancouver ,1.0
In following the practice of other I, fe Companies, ihi-i slo.-k will
be sold nt a premium of 25 p=r cent, to preveit au impairment, of
capital at the c'ose of the first year. Ths will give au immediate
surplus stifflc.ent for o-gani/.i. g and other expenses.
1 here is no inside tr~ck in pr.ouriog this stock, the promoters
and mh irs paying exactly the s.ini" price for all stock he d.
2,l~X) shares are now offered to the public, the other 2,Soil sua ._
will cot be disposed of at the preseut, as the money  will  uot be ve-
q ttrej, the capital stock being simply n guarantee fiirid t > |.hn policy
h ildei'S, $50,000 or over being at once deposi'ed will the Dominion
(love iinicnl. as an evid.ueeof good faith and sound Qlllllicilll standing-
Ai tbe Company grows, a yearly sworn statement has to be made to
the Government insurance Department, und u proper reserve hold in
approved securities or cash to cover all outstanding liabilities to its
policy h ikleis. The investment in any speculative sense is not
allow-dof the Company's funds
Applications for shares may be made to C. A Lett, Managing Director pro tern, Vancouver, B. C., and H. C. H. Cannon, Secretary-Tieasurer, or to any branch of tlio Bank of .Montreal in British Columbia, and should be accompanied by a remittance for the amount as explained below.
Il is intended to make but one call of 25 per cent of the amount subscribed, with its share o( the premium, thus:
1 Share, $100.    Amount $25.00; Premium, $6.25j Total, $31.25.
Any number of shares will be a multiple of this. 10 per cent to be paid on application and the other 15 per cent on
T        T        T    OO    T        T
Lately starved in London because he
could not digest his food. Marly use
of Dr. King's New Life I'ills would
have saved him. Tbey strengthen tbe
stomach, aiil digestion, promote assimilation, improve appetite. Price
Money Uack if not satislied. Sold
by Canada !,%;< &  Hook Co.
T. G. Procter's houseboat is now for
rent by the day or week. Special rates
for family parties, First-class cook
aud attendant, iu charge. Rales $2 50
per day.     Parties can get olf (!. P. It.
bonis t itin r going or returning from
Kootenay Landing.   The boat for the
next two weeks will be stationed at the
mouth l f Midge and neighboring creeks,
where n big cat oh of rainbows is
assured Apply to T. Q Procter, Baker
street, for further information.
Orltnths Liniment Ii an emorgonoy Lloctor
that's always at hand and nevor mil* in tbo>o
dl-oar-oswlilohso iudiionly ant nnexpeotodlj
endangortha Uvcaotolilldron. Let the attaoks
oomc ��ti.-ti thai m ���>-. and wi:h what severity
itieL mar, quick relief Is ns ured.
Kor salo by .1. II. Vanstono, Nelson, Ii. C,
I The Canadian Bank of Commerce | .~#^%~.
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up  Capital.   88.000,000;   Reserve   Fund,   82,000,000;
Aggregate  Resources Over 80S.000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.       B. 8. WALKER, l*encrul Manager.
London Office:  60 Lombard Street,  E. C,
New York Office: 16 Exchange Place.
And 68 bronchus in t'anndji and the United States including:
british columbia
ati.in Greenwood Nklson sandon
ORANBBOOK        Kamixioi'S Nkw W'kstminbteh   Vanoouvsr
Fkiinie Nanaimo Rossland Victokia
Yukon DISTRICT���Dawson and White Horse.
UNITEli STATUS���New York, San Franoisoo, Seattle, Portland, Skaoway,
^;3^%.,;':.v;-   f "���; - -/ jiffi,
Of Getting a Good
Timepiece at a Most
Reasonable Price.
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Received ind Interest Allowed.   Present Kute 3 Ver Cent
i  Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
^^^^4^18..       Watch   Repairing  Our
Specialty.   All Work flust Be Satisfactory or Money
Jewelers,   Nelson,  B. C.
A irooil dish of ice cream
is appreciated liy the worst
of men. Might try r f .tin-
iiiK that husband of youis
by investing in one of the
best bits of hardware v.c
sell,   That's tin-
Ice Cream
531      *TTtL.  tyj,
3      I     f  ���
To All   Eastern   Points via
Lake Route or All-Rail.
Pan-American Eipoioi
RUFFALO. J76.00.
Sixty    bays'    Limit.
Good  going on August 6th
"Zbe TRoval Bank of Canaba"
.n.llnt   Aiilliorlzril,
Incorporated 1869.
Kt:i,��iMi.(iiH).���� I  cnitlinl  Paid-up,
H> l.7lHI,IKnMKI
and 20th.
For pamphleti descriptive of Can'-
aclinnj'. cilir lours and for Time Tablet,
Rates,  Ticket*,  ii|iply
II. L. Biitiw.v,
t'ity I'nssoii((iTr Agt'iit.
.1. H. OAltTKK, E. J. OOYLB,
Die. l'ass. Agt. A. Q, P, A.
NrlHon. Vancouver
iiLinril nf nireriora     rhomas K. Kenny,  President)   Thomas Kltohio. Vico-Pronldoni
���Wll.y Hnilth   II. G. Bauld, Hon. David MlioKood. nwiaont
HilllI Oilier, H-llfaxt
Uoneral Managor, Edson L. Pease, Montroal.
Buporl.-itendoni of Branches, and Secretary, W. B. Torrance. Halifax,
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Wost hnd ICor. Notro Dame and Sulu-
nours Streots); Westmonnt ICor. Oreono
Avenue and St. Catlinrlnes  Slroot.
.%'i'wrn-iKliiiiiil   hi. John's.
tuba, Weat ln~l>-��-Havann.
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Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossla. d
Vancouver East End, Victoria,  "
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p.-~llonK Kong and Shanghai Bunting CorporatiSi,     Hpofcu,,0/."ill NaUonal Hank
Oeneral Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Itou.lu
and Sold, Latter* of  Credit, Ete., Negotiated.     ' *
Accounts received ou the most favorable terms.    Interest allowed  on unecial
deposits and on Having Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
The Store With
Right Prices
New Goods Arriving Every Day
Say of firstpi A��mppita wi"havc h*f:,r the finkst DIS.
mJto^to^S^lggi"17*11 and H0USli FURNISHINGS
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Cigars __
t Phone 117 1
r?_it<9_oJwli!��w!_ dozo". ��r a barrel of
X��hP?ny WE" aii "��� 1" the boat and
clioanoHt on Iho market. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
FRANK   A. TAMBLYN. M.......
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Office.   Telephone 44.   P. O. TJox 582.
Stanley Street, Nelson, B. 0,
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