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Daily Edition No.  1094
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Sunday,  July 21,  1901
Eleventh   Year
CANUCK BMWN
TO THE FORE
World's   Champion   Eights
Lose   to   Two   Canadian Crews.
Nelson Tennis Players Van
qulsh Rosslanders -General Sporting News.
Philadelphia, Pa., July 30.���The
world's chumpiona, the Vesper eight
oaicd shell crew, of this city, which
always before carried the colors of its
elub to vlctoiy, went down to defeat
today before the strong Argonaut
orew of Toronto, Ontario, in the last
day of the annual regatta of the National Association of Amateur )nr��-
raenl. Not only was this crew whipped by the Eastern Canadians, but
the eight men of the Winnipeg Rowing Club also Hashed past tho champions and bent them out at the linish.
It was the first defeat for the Vesper eight siDce the crew was gotten
together. With the exception of two
men, the Vesper crew <~as the same
as tbat which wrested the victory
from the world's oarsmen at Paris last
year. The Argonaut time for the
mile and a half was 7.41), just, 10 seconds lower than the time made by
the Vespers over the same course in
a race last year. Winnipeg's time
was 7.53% and the Vespers 7.nil. Between 30,UUU and 50,001) people saw the
race.
The dual contests for the championship of the United States in the singles was not as inspiring as hoped
for aud the honor will be with Ten
Eyck for another year at present.
TODAY'S   SUMMARIES   ARE:
Intermediate doubles, final���Detroit
Is' New York A. C. 2nd, Harlem 11.
C. 3rd.    Time ��..;..
Intermediate Fours, final���Vespers
It. 0, Philadelphia 1st, Western R,
C, St. Louis] 2nd. Time 0.09. Harlem club waa disqualified.
Intl'l'mediate pairs, final���Atlanta
lt. C, New York 1st, West Philadelphia It. C. 2nd, Pennsylvania R. C.
3rd.   Time 10.11!..
Championship singles, final���Edward H. Ten Eyck, Worcester, Mass,
1st; Frank B. Greer, Boston, 2nd.
Time 0.54.    ���
Intermediate doubles, final���Detroit R. C. 1st, New York A. C. 2nd,
Harlem li. C. 3rd. Time 9.4... Harlem waa disqualified in intermediate
fours final.
, International fours, final���Vesper
K. C, Philadelphia 1st, Western R,
C. St. Louis Snd.    Time 8.31.
Intermediate pairs, final���Atlanta K. C, New York. Ut, West 1 .lila-
delphia It. C. 2nd, Pennsylvania R.
C. 3rd.    Time 10A1H
Senior eights, final���Argonaut
R. C. of Toronto 1st, Winnipeg It. C.
O. 2nd, Vesper R. 0. of Philadelpha
3rd.   Time 7.49.
Intermediate sculls final, Lou
Scboles, Don Rowing Club, Toronto,
1st; A. C. McCloskey, Pennsylvania
Barge Club, Philadelphia, Snd; Joseph Miller, Columbia R. C, Alle
ghany, 3rd. Time 10.15%.
Yesterday afternoon a most interesting match was played between
teams of the Rossland and Nelson
tennis clubs, at the Tennis grounds
near Cottonwood ereek. Prom beginning to end eaoh set was keenly
contested and until the last. it. was
impossible to tell to which
side victory wouldf all. The final
score was 4 to 3 in favor of Rosslaud.
A large number of ladies wero present especially throughout the earlier
part of tbe game. The teams were
composed as follows:
Rossland���J. C. Cordon, E. E. L,
Dewdney, A.D. Severs, C. C.   Walker.
Nelson���F. A. MeCrae, H. Pollock
J. 0.    Wilson,  E,  .1. Criokmay.
Tbe match opened with two sets of
doubles in which Pollock and Crick-
may were defeated by Walker and
Dewdney with scores of (1-3 and 7-5,
and in the second MoCrae and Wilson
defeated Walker and Dewdney with
6-4.JM.
In the following singleH, Severn won
from McOrae with 0-4, 7-5, and Dewdney from Wilspn with 6 3, tl-3.
In tin) next set of doubles Pollock
and Crlckmay defeated Dowdney and
Walker, With 6-3, 7-5, and Sovers and
Cordon were defeated by MeCrae and
Wilson with 0,-0, 8-6.
The final single ended with Walker
victorious over Pollock, the score be
Ing Walker 3-6-6, and Pollock 0-1-2.
By this it will be sect that Nelson
won three out of the four doubles,
losing one, while Rossland secured
the three singles and one douhlu.
Chicago, III, .luly 20.���Milwaukee
won the first of the trial races sailed
today to determine what boat shall be
the defender of the Canada cup. Cadillac of Detroit was second, two minutes and 33 seconds behind thu Milwaukee. Nine bonts sniled the
course, Milwaukee and Orion of Milwaukee, Detriot. and Cadi Hue of l)e-
trlot; Mlnota, Illinois. Briar. Yankee and Prairie of Chicago. The
Briar and Prairie were not, in the
rnoe officially but having engaged in
lonjier events of this kind were out
to   ry their speed   against   the newer
ti'iats. The original distance of 21
miles was observed. The race
throughout was largely between Mil-
! wauken and Cadillac.
The course was 21 miles, three legs
of seven miles each. At the end of
the lirst leg the Cadillac led Milwaukee by three minutes with others
following in this order: Illinois, is
minutes behind Cadillac; Minota.
eight mintnes; Detroit, 10 minutes;
Orion, 11 minutes; Prairie, 20 minutes; Yankee, 46 minutes and Bi iar
25 minutes behind the Yankee. At
tho end of the second leg Cadillac and
Milwaukee were ahead with Illinois
third. "Milwaukee won, Cadillac
second, Illinois third.
The Canadian boats that completed
to sail for the Canada's cup,,now held
at Chicago and to select a defender
for which the above trial <vas sailed
ycslerday,. were the Invader, Canadian and lioavor. Several trial races
were sailed and the Invader proved
the best, in almost nil kinds of weather. Some of the eastern papers warmly espoused the ease of the other
boats and after some acriminous discussion it was finally decided to
send the Invader to Chicago to endeavor to bring the Canada's cup back
to Canada.
Some men nre rather ea'y. Last
night a party of Nelaou baseball fans
visited The Miner ollice to find out
what, the score was when Nelson played Slocan City here at the Dominion
Day celebration. The files of The
Miner were consulted and it was found
that the score was 20 to 6 in favor of
Nelson. One of the parties to the
dispute consequently had to pay a
wager. A few minutes later the same
party returned and with them was another man who subsequently turned
out to be The Victim. Again Tlie
Miner night editor was asked to look
up the sec re, and as the request was
accompanied by a most prodigious
wink he oomplied with it without.
making it apparent that he already
knew the scoie. and that everyone
else in the party except The Victim,
also knew it. Thus the man who
lost the previous bet retrieved himself. When The Victim reads this
morning's Miner he will he indignant
but it is too late as the bet is paid.
The following are the scores made
yesterday in the second match of the
Canadian Military Rifle League scries:
First Team���
200     500     000 Tot'l
N. T.   McLeod....28
II. Bird 31
Corp. P. E. Weir..2!)
Dr. ~. A. B.  Hall.30
A.   Grant 25
J. D.   Tinkass 27
A.   Carrie 31
Col-Ser. McKenzie.24
Mi. D. McKay 26
L. Cobey 21
(iraud Total,
Second Team���
Pte. Richardson. ..91
3. H.   Robie 23
H. A. Langford..23
Pte. F. C. Ingram.23
Lieut.-Sergt. Steel. 20
Lieut. T. Brown. .21
Pte. .I.U. Simpson.17
Judge Forin 12
J.   Rao 23
Pte. E. J. Dutton..l0
Grand total,
Lacrosse scores yesterday were:
At Ottawa���Capitals, 3, Shamrocks, 2.
At Toronto���Toronto, 6; Cornwall, 4.
At Victoria���Victoria, 4; New
Westminster, 4.
Victoria, July 20���Victoria and
New Westminster played a tie game
of lacrosse here today. When time
was up, the score was 4 to 4. Playing was continued for nn extra quarter of an hour with the score unchanged. It was a hard and exciting
match.
Yesterdav's baseball   scores   at  the
last named cities were:
National League���
New York, 2; Chicago, 7.
Brooklyn, 2; Pittsburg, 15i Boston,
10; St. Louis, 2.
Philadelphia,  1; Cincinnati,   5.
American League���
Baltimore. 13; Milwaukee, 11.
Philadelphia, 8; Chicago, 6.
Boston, (i; Detroit, 8.
Washington, II; Cleveland, 7.
FOE ANOTHER
EXPOSITION
34
32
94
30
29
90
32
27
88
30
26
86
32
27
84
32
25
84
2!)
23
83
30
23
77
27
22
75
23
18
62
823.
25
23
75
25
25
78
26
111
68
26
18
67
2(1
20
66
21
23
65
29
18
64
27
24
63
15
10
58
10
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29
618.
New York, July 20,���The German
Chess Association, which will hold a
congress next year at Hanover, hasde-
ecided to celebrate Its 25th anniversary
by arranging an International tournament open to the masters of tbe
world. The committee of the Hanover
Chess Club is getting together a prize
fund and will shortly Issue a prospectus with full particulars.
It was expected that a cricket   team
from Rossland   would   be in the  city
yesterday   to   try conclusions with   a
local   eleven,    but  enough   cricketers
could not get  away   from   the   sluke
I town   nnd   the   game   did    not    take
place.    The 1 oss and   men   may come
| over nt a   future   date as  theii   game
: with NcIbod is now recognized   as   an
annual event.
_____
In about two weeks thc Grand
i Forks lacrosse train which defeated
I the Nelson men, early this summer
'will come to Nelson and endeavor to
| repent the trick. The Nelson men,
however, will meanwhile practice
and endeavor to Si'or. a very decided
'victory.
Ireland Has Contracted the
Habit of Giving
Shows,
The Famous Town of Cork
Will Have an Exhibition
On   the   Lee.
Cork, Ireland, July 20.���The following particulars relative to the
great international exhibition whicli
it is proposed to hold in Cork next
year, are at hand. The exhibition
is being organized with the co-operation of a government department,
known as the department of agriculture and technical instruction, which
has a'ready given a donation of 825,-
000 towards the erection of ouildmgs
and in addition, the department
proposes to give tne benefit of its organization to collect exhibits from
the great industrial centres of the
world, to be shown in Cork, and in
other ways to ensure the success of
the great undertaking. The idea has
oaught on with great enthusiasm
Tne patronage or the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Earl Cadogan, his
been obtained, and leading noblemen
of the United Kingdom figure as
officials of the general committee.
The donations towards the fund have
been pouring in very generously since
the matter was first mooted, Home
three months ago and the latest developments of the scheme is the selection of a site known as the Mardyke,
which extends for some more than
thirty aeies iu a spot very beautiful
by nature, and within tha..city limits. The River Tee will iuteisect
the grounds and the service of electric
tram ears will bring visitors right up
to the scene from tho various termini
in the city. From the point of view
of tbe exhibitors, the place is suitable
and for side shows such as the water
chute, switch back railroad, shooting
jungles and other minature forms of
recreation, it is excellent. It is
thickly wooded and the River Lee at
this point is vory clear and placid.
It, is intended to attract as many visitors from the United States aspossible
and trans-Altantic carrying companies are being approached with a view
to getting special fares for intending
visitors to the exhibition. The companies have also been interviewed
with regard to facilities for intending
exhibitors.
A CELEBRATED CASE.
San Francisco, Cal., July 20,���
Judge Trout in tho Superior court has
just decided that the trust clause in
the Fuir will, as regards personal
property, is void and ou the petition
of the children of the lato Senator has
ordered a distribution of two-thirds
of the personal property of thc estate,
valued at, $6,000,000.
FROM THE EAST.
A Nelson   Man   Speaks of the Attrao
tions of the   Pan-American.
Mr. S. J. Emmanuels returned to
th city a few davs ago from the Pan-
American Exposition, where he lias
been dining the last few weeks. He
has been away for some time, and
during his absence attended a convention of the New York Life Insurance Company, of which lie is the
general agent. While in thc city of
Buffalo ho took in the exposition,
and was delighted with the sights.
The electrical display, ono of
the wonders of the age alone was
worth the price ot the trip. At the
time of his visit the Canadian exhibit had uot been dedicated, but
was opened on Dominion Day whicli
wns Canada's day at the fail'. Seveial
of the state exhibitis were not vet
completed, as they have not had
time to complete them. The Manitoba exhibit was well arranged and
well worth seeing. The buildings
were not of the substantial character
that characterised those of tho
World's Fair in Chicago, but the il-
uuiiuationH at nighttime were most
brilliant. The grounds cover 88 acres
of ground and the whole works
huve cost the sum of $5,250,000. The
charges whicli have been made in
regard to the exorbitant cost of accommodation at the exhiibtion, he
claims are not correct, as a visitor to
the grounds can procure a sandwich
for the modest sum ot 10 cents, and
a glass of Pa bat beer for five cents,
and as good a tenderloin steak aa
could be bought, for 45 cents. This
is of course on the fair ground. The
hotel charges are exorbitant, but to
avoid these over taxea rooms can be
rented for a dollar a day, and meals
are served on tbe grounds. Another
proof that the charges are not exces-
swe, is the fact that reserved seats to
hear Sousa'a bund, whicji played on
the one programme sixteen tunes,
was only ten cents, while the temple of music, wbhere they have the
finest organ in the world was fieo.
Referring to his trip through Manitoba, be remarks that although he
had known the Province for the last
nineteen years, be had never aeen the
prospects as good as they are at thc
present time und the   mosquitoes   ure
as pioportioqately large and ready for
harvesting. The ciops iu the Dakotas
and Minnesota are equally great,
and it ia to be feared that if the crop I
prospects continue as good as they are j
at present, that the people of the
Province are going to have {some difficulty in harvesting the crop, owing
to the  scarcity  of men.
Mr. Emmanuels leave, for the City
of Mexico this morning, where he
will represent the New York Life Insurance company,  in that region.
mis
ciz.
whi
THE_CITY
The public works committee will
meet on Monday morning at tbe city
hall at 11 o'clock for the purpose of
discussing future public improvements.
There was a practice call of the
fire brigade last night about 10
o'clock to the London & B. C. block
sent In by the mayor. The brigade
responded spendily.
A,ily with grey wings pioved a
dainty morsel for a 3H pound trout
that was safely landed in N. Buchanan's net yesterday afternoon. It was
caught off Selous' point.
Public worship morning and even.,
ing today at the Baptist church will
be uimer tbe direction of the pastor.
This morning he will report the doings, and sayings of interest at the
annual convention, and tbis evei.ing
he will deal with tbe important subject ot "Co-operative Labor."
Strangers and the public are welcome.
Tbe fire brigade had a short run
yesterday morning to a small bon fire
which had been made by ont) of the
eity employees, who had set lire to
one of the shacks near the Nelson Saw
& Planing mill. Tne brigade were
called out to be in attendance to protect neighboring property and also to
see that the fire did not expire before it  had completed its work.
The new pipe organ for St. Saviour's church was placed in position
hy the company yesterday fcr trial
by 'fho organ committee of the
church, wh'ch will take place some
time next week. The organ is one of
the largest of that type made. It can
be run either by water or by hand
and if it iB accepted, as is likely,
it will he used next Sunday.
A mud puddle at the crossing rn
Josephine, in front of the fire hall
yesterday morning caused a number
of people to do some internal growing, because they were compelled to
cross the muddy place on their tip
toes or make a lengthy detour. This
haa not been an infrequent occurrence of late and some people are of
tthe opinion that it is not an absolute necessity. The water Bhould be
confined more clostly  to tbo fire hall.
There have only been two cases before the police magistrate during tbe
past week neither of which was of a
very seriouB nature. Either the Nelson people are becoming better behaved or else the toughs of the city have
bt.en starved out and have sought
fresh field* and pastures new. Yesterday morning there was a man before the police magistrate who was
described as a disorderly character.
He was arrested the previous evening
for disorderly cendduct, and put m
the cooler to cool off. He was fined
for his hilarity the sum of 825 and
costs.
The picnic of St. Saviour's Sunday
School will be held next Thursday by
the steamer Moyie, which has been
chartered for the day, to Procter.
The boat will leave Nelson at 9 a. m
and 1.30 p. m, returning at 0.30.
Ice cream and other refreshments will
be for sale on the grounds. For the
ladies' archery and croquet contests
will be held, while quoits and othor
sports arc to be provided for the
men. A varied programme of games,
to., has been arranged for the children, so that all may have a good
time. Thise who do not wish to be
bolheied with lunch baskets can pro
cure lunch and tea at the Outlet Hotel. The tickets ure 81.00 for adults
nnd 5 1 cents   for   children,
PERSONAL
The   pastor   will   conduct both ser-
Ices ut the Methodist church   tomorrow at 11 a. m. uinl 7.30 p. m.
Jas. Carson, Calgary, and Mark
Rhelnhart, Baker City. Ore., are
guests at the Royal hotel,
Jno. Campbell, KaBlo; W. A. Foote,
Sandon, Albert Maithesor, Spokane;
*i  Johnson,   Leadville,   Col.   and  3.
I.   Hole.    Trail,   are   guests   at   the
rand" Cental hotel.
INTERESTING
DISCLOSURES g^Sr;
How   War   Was   Narrowly
Averted Between Franc.
and Germany.
a Decade Old and Reveals Some Facts,
t up by a pap-sucking subsi-
portion of the pre. , all of
we know to be false:
Iveu, that we   take   this
I >'i<curtuu'ij    to    express   and   record
our unbounded confidence in our Com-
uiittie .ml Qrand   President,   that wo
hereby endorse their actions,  that wo
;Buspended   work   by   order    of    said
ICominlttee, that we   will not   resume
.Work until   ordered   by said Commit-
I tee,   that   ivi'   hold    said   Committee
blameless   for delays in   settlement as
our Committee   is   ready to meet   the
chosen representatives of Canadian Pa-
i-ific Railway Company whenever not-
ilicd to do so and fuither, that   copies
1 f>   Plnarn,   rnac   Inln   I llctnnr   l'f   lllifl   resolution    be   sent   to    our
Le  i-lgarO  UOeS   IntO   HIStOry  Committee   and   Grand   President; to
the presidents of the various Sub-Divisions and members of Protective
Hoards on the Canadian Pacific Railway system; to the Kootenay Mail,
Inland Sentinel, Voice and other papers
who have shown a willingness to
stand on their own merits and givo a
square deal to the striking trackmen."
NEWS FROM (1ERMANY.
Berlin,   July   20.���All  the   leading
Paris,    July   20.���The   Figaro continues in   its   interesting   revelations)
concerning the private opinions of the
late   President    Faure.    Tlie   Figaro |
now turns   to the "Schaebele  affair" I
in   which   it   is  shown   how > Prince raember8 ot the ministry   are now an
Munster   de   Eernburg   averteJ wbat ,   . _, -. ,,
threatened to be another war betwten SBHt ��" the"' va<:at'0n9, Baron Von
Fran.e ana Germany. It will be ic-1 Ritcbolf, secretary of the Imperial
membered that. Schaebele was arrest-j foreign oftoe having left tbis week
ed 15 years ago.by a German detective] ������,, . summer stiiiness prevails
named Gautsch on the Franco-German frontier. The difficulties which
followed this arrest produced a war
scare in Europe. According to M.
Faure, France's asseiti<m that Schaebele had bjen arrested on French territory was bitterly contested by
Prince Bismark. At tbis point a letter from Gauch to Schaebele summoning the latter to a conference was
found. This letter was immediately
sent to M. Nerbette, French ambassador to Berlin, but the latter had
found Prince Bismarck so unfavorably
disposed that he declined to trust
such an important document to his
tender mercies At this juncture
Prinoe Munster de Bern-burg, wbo
was visiting Berlin, called upon M.
Herbette, saying he ardently desired
the maintenance of pence and offering
to aid tbe French minister.. Winn
he was* .own the Gautsch letter the
German diplomat said: "Give it tn
me; confide to me; 1 will bring it.
back at 3 o'clock."
M. Herbette hesitated to turn over
the letter but finally consented and
entrusted France's trump card to the
German ambassador at Paris. Prince
Munster went to Prince Bismarck
and showed him   tho  Gautsch   letter
Berlin political circles. In tbe discussion of the tariff question brought
out this week up<:n the publication o?
tlie new agricultural schedules by the
Stuttgart Heobacbter, which claims
to have authentic information in this
matter from the recent tariff conference, the two most striking feat-
utes_of these schedules are the high
duties and the minimum and maximum charges on cereals. The minimum figures are the lowest admissible in commercial treaties while the
maximum charges are 65 marks per
tou on wheat and 60.6(1 marks per
ton on rye, and oats. The minimum
charge of wneat is 55 marks per ton
and on rye and outs 50 marks. The
present duties on rye and wheat aro
35 marks per ton and on oats 28
maras, Animals and meat aro
without minimums. The duty on
oattie has been raised from ��� marks
and on swine from 50 marks per ton
to 100 marks pei ton. Meat, lard ���
unci calves are scheduled for considerable increase. Sausages are raised
from 170 tu 450 marks per ton. butter
land cheese from 15 and 20 to 30 marks
j per ton ami eggs from 20 to (10 marks.
I The Conservative and Agrarian pa-
Bismarck angrily asked the diplomat Pf? ij-"'ore or doubt the slory print-
what business he had to attend t��� ;cd by tl,e Stuttgart Beobacbter Oth-
M. Herbette's commissions. Munster I�� ]_PA?-. __WA���~. .__? L..!B.,_.a.t__
firmly   replied   he   had only  come to
warn Bismarck and that iie was going to show the letter to the Emperor
of Germany. This he did. The Emperor read the letter carefully and
said: "Then Schaebele wus under a
flag of truce: if we do not release that
man, no one will ever dare send a
flag of truce into a Prussian camp.
He must be released. 1 will at once
give tbe order and you can tell Herbette what I have done."
A few hours later llisharek sot
Schaebele at liberty und the war
cloud rolled away.
J. D. Anderson, P. L. S.. of Trail,
..���as in town yesterday for a few
hours, en route to Goat Mountain,
where he is going to survey a group
of claims.
Mrs. Jarvis, wife of the ohlef of police, returned to the city on Friday
evening last from Edmonton, where
she hus beon on a thr��e month's visit amongst friends in that district.
The following are the guests at the
Iluiuo hotel: J. Prentice, Hamilton;
H. Llndwald, Moyie, W. J. Masaey,
Vancouver; F. W. Westren, Toronto;
H. J. Tieley, J. G. Whitaor., Toronto; John Love, Winnipeg; J. H. Mc-
| Gill, Vancouver.
W. P. Perklrs has been transferred
from the Nelson branch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce to Cranbrook ns accountant. Like most of
the gentlemen who hail from Nelson,
ho is all right, and a valuable acquisition to Cranbrook.���Cranbrook
I Herald.
MINING RECORDS.
The following certificates of work
were granted yesterday: Jersey, to
John Walabei-er; Control Fractional,
to Thos. Kane; Best, Kate McEvoy:
Highland Chief, to David T. Morice
Newsboy, to G, W. Taylor; Monument, to Steve Hawkins, et al. The
following location'/ were recorded
yeBterday: Golden, on north side of
Wild Horse creek, about three miles
from the town of Ymir, being a relocation of tlie Golden Treasure, located by Grant Morris; Alma Creek,
on Alma creek, about two miles from
Ymir, adjoining the Golden, being a
relocation of the White lion, located
by Nancy dimming; Protector, on
Craig mountain, adjoining tlie Careless, on east, locateo by Jas. L. Kane;
Kent betweon Bear creek and Sheep
creek, upon Queen Mountain, being a
relocation of the Frankfort, looated
by Q D. Bell; Franklin, nbimt half
mile southwest of Keystone and being a relocation of Fourth uf July.
located by Kate McEvoy; Dam
Summit of Jim Crow mountain
mile west of Silver King mine, and
adjoining Sylvia, on southeast, li.i-
merly the Dacie, located by M. S.
Davys; Idld, ou Evening Mountain,
located by Thos. M. Purr. The following are yesterday's transfers:
King of the West, Avondale, from
John Lang to Alitor Lenzi ; Walla
Walla,from Henry Roicliiirt. to Thos.
P. Moran; May liuy, Pink Diamond.
from Jno. F. Ilarbottle of Ymir, to
S. S. Taylor, of Nelson, 8004,06.
the matter on their own account and
substantially confirm the Beobacht-
er's schedules. The lierhn correspondent of tlie I'Vankfurter Zeitung Is in-
formed that these figure's ore true
and the Berlin Hoereu Courier has
received th" same information. More
significant I. the statement published
in tic llau.li -rger Correspondence
whi-n has close relations with tho
Government circles, to the effect that
that paper has every reason to believe
the figures in question represent tho
present status of the tariff negotiations.
"Uut we hope," continues the Hamburger Correspondent, "that tho
Reichstag will have enough political
wisdom not Ui adopt such duties "
Thc Fraukfurthur Zeitung avers
coniincrcial treaties will be impossible under such conditions and says:
"Tariff wuis arc in Germany's future if the government revises its intentions."
KOSSLAND   SITUATION.
Ore Shipments Small aud No Immediate Prospect of Strike Ending.
Rossland,    Ii.   C,    July    20.���The
effect of the miners' strike is   evident
ou tbe ore shipments  for  the   week.
Tiio total output of   the camp is:    La
Koi, 800   Ions;   Iron Mask, 200, totnl.
1,000,    As   the big mines have practically cleaned up thu   ore  they desired
to  move   no   furtbei   shipments   aro
likely until the labor trouble   is  settled.'   The Iron Mask Is increasing Its
output weekly and will probably send
on | out   380  tuns   weeuly   shortly.     Tho
one I Homestake   and  1.    X.   L.   will   snip
| next week.
Ihe local situation bus no new
I features of interest. There iB uoth-
i Ing tanglnlo in tbe direction of Kittle-
I ment mid citizens have settled down
j in accept a long wait. Business is
not materially afleotea. Merchants
[arc doing good business and money Is
fairly free.
THE STRIKING  TRACKMEN.
T.
Resolution Passed By   the II. of 11
of A., a* Revelstoke.
The Miner haa received for publication a resolution passed by the Revelstoke Sub Division It. of 11. T. of A.
as follows:
"Whereas, that on this date a
month's timo has elapsed Hi nee a suspension of work was ordered by our
General Grievance Committee, representing the maintenancc-of-way employees on C. P. lt. system at .Mun
treal. and
"Whereas, the representatives of
the company, instead of dealing in
a fai. and Just manner with our Committee, havejresorted to unfair and
underhand tactics, spreading False
reports in regard to foioe at work.
coupled with vile Insinuations leveled
at our Committee and President,
lyiug dispatches and  bolstered editor-
GRANBY ORE RUN.
Grand Forks, ll. C��� July 20. ���During the week eliding today the Granby smeller treated 4,610 tons of ore.
The
torn
total treated    to   date   is   1S3,017
The
Phaii
Ohio:
Severs
following are the guests at   the
hotel:    .1.   S.  Hihh.I1.  Wooster,
,1.  1).   Parker,  Hamilton ; A. IJ.
.1. C.   Gordon, J.   II.   Watson,
('. ('. Walker. E. E. L. Dewdney, J.
C. Drewcry, Rossland; C. .1. Kettyle,
Kuslo; W, I). Wright, Spokane;
Geo.   B.   Motional-   Sandon)   II.   L.
Johnstone, Greenwood;'!. II. Maclar-
1.11. Montreal; A, G, B. Lucas Hamilton.
Miss Debrlsay, of the Kootenay
Lake General Hospital, returned from
her vacation last evening.
The following aie the arrivals at
the Queens hotel: Chas. Riley, Eight-
Mile Point; W. II.   Livingstone, Bob��
son; li. Covington, New Denver; P.
Summit. Silverton.
'���""-  7>   ��� *
i
Nelson Daily Miner, Sunday, Julv 21, 1901
The Nelson Miner
Published   Kverj Morniult   Except   Monday
���BT THE���
NELSON   PUBLISHING   CO.
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I1.1l!y. per month, by mail	
Dally, por year, by carrier	
Ihdly, per year, by mall...
,.     65c
UK
I 7 on
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Dally, per year foreign.    9 00
WEEKLY  MIXER:
Weekly.per half year  IJ 25
Weekly, per yoar    2 00
Weekly, per year, foreign    3 00
utMcripUoiu, Invariably in advanoe.
LONDON OFFICE:
11'. -loot _tree��� K. C.
Oentral  Pro*. Agency. I.UI.. Special Agent*
Al! Check" Khould no made payable to the
order  of   Nelsou    Publishing    Comimny,
1.IMITKIJ. 	
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Wa-li.. keep tlii- paper on file, and are our
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COMPANY.
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SPECIAL SALE OF
Cotton Goods
AT  LARGELY  REDUCED  PRICES.
THIS OFFER HOLDS GOOD UP TO THE 27TH OF JULY ONLY.
600yards of good Prints, '-'" inches wide $ 0 05
0 10
0 15
11 20
FOREIGN   INTERFERENCE.
Huo ynrds Cruni's beet Prints.
2611 yards Chnnihray, handsome desiunB ���	
200 yards Fancy Muslins, former prices 25c., 3ic, and 50c, your choice	
800 yards Fancy Dress Goods for summer wear, including mnny  all-wool
(roods 42 inchts wide	
_. 0 yards Wash Mlks, fancy and plain	
$10.00 Crash Costume	
$12.00 White Costume	
$7.L~) Colored Costume	
Have a look Bt our windows, where you  will  see these (roods marked in
pla'.n figures. ^^^^^^^^^^^^
TELEPHONE    NO.    13.
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Vicar-General    Routhier,   of     Ottawa, who Is well abreast of   the social
and economic   questions   ot tbe   day,
does not   believe   that   United   States
labor   leaders   should   be  allowed   to
meddle witli labor affairs in   Canada. ',
The      Canadian       workingmen.     he'
thinks, are capable   of   looking  after;
themselves.    He   has   nutbing   to say ,
against   international   federations of
labor onions  in themselves.   They are
designed as a protection   to their own
interests, and wisely   managed can be
made capable of   much   good.    Hut *o
make them   the   medium   of   foreign
interference with   conditions  in   this
country,  which   from   the   nature  of
thinKs can be   but   imperfectly understood, is not good    policy   and should
not   be    permitted.
The reverend gentleman instances
present and recent strikes in support of the position he takes. '
The trackmen's strike was ordered
from the United .States, and a
labor leader from that country-
Is in Canada to personally con- .
duct it. It is not reasonable to suppose that down in St. Louis they were
familiar with the conditions here.
The strike is ordered, nevertheless, :
and all along the line o' the Canad- ;
ian Pacific lailway famil'd* of work-
Vigmen are suffering in consequence.
But the trackmen of the United
States are not disturbed, and will n ot
be. Their work is going on without interruption, while Canadian
trackmen ate called upon to make
sacrifices to some international union.
Tbe strike in Rossland was determined by alien miners, yet there is no
sympathetic demonstration
lean mines. It is believed th
strike of the Fraser River fisherme
was ordered hy a United States organ-
Hudson's Bay Company.
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Direct From Manufacturer
GLASSWARE
Of All   Kinds, for  Your Bar and for Your Table.
Excelsior  Teas and Coffees
are making man    sad hearts happy.
IWM. HUNTER & GO.
2
Groceries,  Crockery.
iere is no ' ��
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\ THE   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE
2 NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON. B. G.
J Gold, Silver-Lead  and  Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
J FREE   MILLING   GOLD  properties  wanted at once for Eastern
A     investors.
5 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 have promising mineral
claims in liritisli Columbia.
Prospectors   and  mining  rr.en   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
Isation, but there   was   no   interrup-    * ANDREW   F.   ROSENBERGER.
tion to  the   fishing industry  on   the  $    Telephone No. 104.   P. 0. Box 700. NELSON, B.G,
other side; there the fishing and pi%k- j {JW��\MWVM<��vtUW��yWX~WWWWW>��wvm��tWJ
log wert on as   merrily  as  ever   and !
Canadians   alone     were    idle.    This'
helped   the   American  industry,   and
there is a suspicion that such was the
intention.  A short time ago the fuun- '.
drymen   of   Victoria weie on   strike.
says, that the population of Ottawa
is .17,770. The Government should appoint a Royal Commission to ascertain, if possible, how this information leaked out, and another to di_-
The employers promptly complied j eover by what mental piocess the Cen-
with theii demands, but tho strike Isua officials have been able in three
was ordered to be continued until | months to make so stupendous a calcu-
some foundries in thc United States | lation as this total of one city's popu-
were brought to terms. When have ! lation
Americans   made    sacrifices   to   help
Canadians','
Understanding well the lesson of all
these, the Vicar-General does not
think it is in the interest cf Canadian labor to make itself subject to
control fiom the United States. There
might be reason in a federation of
unions for international purposes, but
ic the purely lucal concerns here
mentioned it would be better if Canadians took the control into their own
hands. They should suffer no foreign
Interference of any kind, lt will be
time enough to kist the rod of the
United States lihor leaders, when labor in that country shows its sympathy for labor in Canada by going on
Strike for it. This it bas never yet
done, and its Selfishness is so rfroal
that it never will be done. It might
lie well if our labor leaders, and especially the men tliemcslves, were to
ponder carefully these views of Vicar-
(Icneral Routhier.
Mr. Houston's opinion of men and
things is liable to sudden tariations.
A short time ago his own papor,
The Tribune, and The Lardeau
Eagle were two of the three bright
est papers on earth. Yesterday he
said the editor of The Eagle waB a
"blubbering blockhead." The Eagle
hail a pertinent paragraph referring
to The Tribune's attitude in respect
to thc trackmen's strike, hence this
sudden blasting of its reputation.
Hero are words of good sense, taken
from The  Cranbrook    Herald:    "Conditions   may   not   be the best  iu   the
mining camps   of   Hritish   Columbia,
owing   to   several   causes, but   every
man   knows   tbat   there   is just  one
thing to do. and that   is to   stand pat
and keep   the   good work   going   on.
Nowhere   is   there   a   richer   country
than the Ko.iteuays. and   nowhere   is
there a plnce where there will be bet-
! ter opportunities   for men of industry
The newspaper, in London are teem-, an��� abilitv.    The   -,ealth js   ,iere   in
ing with letters   on   the proposed ex-  abana__ee,   and   iiis going to   bring
ie���.i.,n..f   the   I . ._������  t.t!,..    Theonel_r(,aturos_erit_   to the people of  the
[district.n	
J The Toronto   Mail   the   other   day
I had a spe:ial   dispatch   from   Prince
portfolio at Ottawa, but the .smell of
the Pacific will he blown off him by
the time he is installed.
The Greenwood Times has purchas
ed the plant and good will of The
Greenwood Miner, and for some time
at least Greenwood will have but one
paper. This is uncommon good
sense, for as The Times says, there
are too man; newspapers in British
Columbia, and every step towards re
ducing the number is a step in the
right direction. This paper would
consider a proposition to buy The
Tribune, if its proprietors would
take the trouble to thoroughly ilisin
feet it.
A GOOD THING.'
i.
the King's title. The one
most in favor is "Sovereign Lord of
Canada, Australasia, and South Africa." Other correspondents supgest
that the two sons of the Duke of
Cornwall should lie created Prince of
Australia and Prince of Canada. If
by tbe_arrangenienl <jf the wording it
is intended that the Prince of Australia should be senior, tbe preference will not be well advised, (.ana,la
Is an older Colony than Australia, is
more populous, and is aud always
will he a more important portion of
tbe Empire. It is therefor, entitled
on all grouu.ls to seniority of honors.
Something surprising   has occurred.
��� 'It Is   understood,"   as the   dispatch
Edward Island, to tt.e effect that Mr.
Peters was to take the place of Sir
Ixinis Davies in the House and in the
('iovernment. Mr. Peters could fill
both positions with credit, but be
could not make himself the representative botn of Prince Edward Island and of Hritish Columbia in the
Cabinet. The party leaders might
imagine bis acting in this duiible capacity, but it wonld be much too
gauzy to impose upon the people here.
Mr. Peters may le_va Victoria for a
neat   in   his   native    Piovincc and   a
German Syrup is the special prescription of D. A. lloschee. a celebrated German Physician, and is acknowledged to be one of tbe most fortunate discoveries in Medicine. It
quickly cures Coughs, Colds and all
Lung troubles of tbe severest nature,
removing, as it does, tho cause cf the
affection and leaving tbe parts in a
strong and healthy condition It is not
an experimental medicine, but haa
stood the teat of years, giving satisfaction in every case, whi'.h its rapidly increasing Bale every season confirms.' Two million bottles sold annually. IloBcbee's German Syrup was
introduced in tbe United States in
lSiiS, and is now sold in every town
and village in the civilized wqrld.
Three doses will relieve any ordinary
cough Price 75 cts. Get Green's
Prize Almanac.
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Sometimes   a   fortul e,    but    never,
If you   have   a   sallow   complexion, a
I jaundiced    look,     moth   patches   snd
j blotches on the skin���all signs of Liv-
, er   Trouble.    Hut   Dr.    King's     New
Life   Pills    give   Clear   Skin,    Rosy
Cheeks,    Rich   Complexion.     Only   25
cents at Canada Drug ,_ Book Co.
Framed
Pictures
Come and See Our
New Arrival of
Beautiful Framed
Art Productions.
Call Early.  They are
Selling Fast.
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
-&\t<\~A~A~a~al.\~<^^
* D. McArthur 8 Co.'
J. G. NELSON, Manager.
Furniture Dealers,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Moiureal
AUan Line Tunisian  July 27
Al)~~n Line NuiuMian ., August 3
Beaver Line lake Superior  July 26
Beaver Line Lake Ontario August 2
From Portland, Mc.
Dominion Line Vancouver  August9
Dominion Une Dominion ., August IU
From Boston
Dominion Line Commonwealth   July 31
Dominion Line New England  Augu. t I.
From New York
White Star Line Teutonic July:.l
White Star Line Germanic  August 7
Cunard Line Lucania  July 27
Cunard Line Etruria        August 7
American Line St, Paul August 7
French Line La Champagne August!
Anchor Line Astoria Augu-t 10
For further particulars apply to
H. L. BROWN,
City Passenger Agent, Kelson, B. C.
W. P. F. CUMMINGS,
General 8.3. 1*. it C.P.R. OftVes. Winning.
FOR 5ALE
Reynolds' Livery   Stable
ON HALL STREET
Will Be Sold Cheap
Three years lease on  ground
property   at $10.00
per month.
Apply to
H. I CAMERON, ipit
Baker Street.
GALT COAL
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
hand.
Rates to all railway and
lake points.
W. P. TIERNEY,
General Agent
Tel. No. 265.
Ofiice ��� Two doors west
C.P.R. offices.
F. O. GREKN r. 8. OL.EM~.N_"
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
P. O. Bio WI Baton   B. ���_
If YOUR HORSE
Is    lame    or    intei feres
bring  him   to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop, Jo
sephine Street
ALEX. GIBSON.
ESTIMATES   GIVEN
FOB   ALL   KINDS   OF
Construction Work
West Transfer Co.
N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER
Goal me Wood
Best   Fir   and   Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
W. H. BROWN & 00., NELSON.      Office *n   Ba.��r Street
Tel. 83
f
00.
ft
From $10.00 up .I
From   $2.50 up  5*
From $13.50 up  W-
ft
5 BABY CARRIAGES
5 GO-CARTS
I RECLINING GO-CARTS
! VERANDAH CHAIRS
% RATTAN CHAIRS f
00 Reception, Easy and  Large  Rockers  w.
1 PARLOR SUITS
Reception Chairs, Couches, Lounges, Divans.
ft
I    THE MARSHALL 5ANITARY MATTRESS.   $
_�� _r
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C. Block. Ward Street, Nklson.
Orders by nrail receive careful and prompt attention
P.. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
MEAD OFFICE NELSON. M. C
���MB ******** _}j
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon. Tnroe Porks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Order* by mat) to _p�� branch will bave careful _���_. aromot attention.
PIERRE   BROS.
Ladies' and Gents' Merchant Tailors and Dyers,
Suits Made to Order.'Cleaned, Dyed, Altered and Eenaired.
Josephine St., Opposite Clarke Hotel.
Mail Orders Solicited. p. o. Box M-
SEASONABLE GOODS
BIRD   CAGES
RUBBER    GARDEN   HOSE
COTTON   GARDEN   HOSE
FISHING   TACKLE
Our stock is now complete in the above lines.    Call and be
convinced that the most complete stock
is carried   by the
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
LUrjiber.,
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand oi
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings, Sash Doors-
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD,
Certificate of Improvements
notice:
"Doia" Mineral Olnim, situate in the
NelHon Mining Division of West Koote<
nay District
Where looated: on Craig Mountain, near
Orals town.
Take notioe that I, John D. Anderson, P. L. 8.. of Trail, B. O., agent for
Herbert Porter, Free Miner's certificate No. B 5iil.Hl, intend 60 days'
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a certificate of
improvements, for tbe purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And further take notioe tbat action,
nnder seotion 87 must be commenced
before tho issuance of snch Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 1st day of Jnly A. D.,
1001.
1. D. ANDERSON.
Mill at ri^TBAYRYards, NELSON j J.    Q.   GWILLIM,    B-,     Sc]
MINING ENGINEER
Late of Geological  Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. B. C, Nelson Daily Miner, Sund.y, July 21, 1901
m~~ .._   _._ ^3
Surely!
A c;oo_ dish of ice cream
is apnreciated by the worBt
of men. Might try r. forming tbat husband ' of yours
by investiug in one of the
best bits of hardware we
sell.   Thai's the
Peerless
Ice Cream
Freezer
M'LACHLAN BROS.
[_^uuuuiUiuiuuui-iuuuiuiiA4UUiuuiuuauiuiumuui..iuKi
rf- "/HmMai,   d^t^tot^J HAS
ty wJki/
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which h> Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO.
Paid-up   Capital,   88,000,000;   Reserve   Fund,   82,000,000;
Aggregate liesonrces Over 805,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. 8. WALKER, Oeneral Manager.
London Office: 60 Lombard Street, E. C.
.New York Office; 16 Exchange Place.
And 08 branches in Canada and the United States, Including:
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Atlin Gw-hnwood Nelson Sandon
Chanbkook        Kamlooi'S New Westminster  Vancouver
Fehnie Nanaimo Rosbland Victoria
YUKON DISTRICT���Dawson and Whitk Horse.
UNITK1) STATES���Nkw Yokk, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Skaoway,
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Received and interest Allowed.   *" * " ~ ��� "���*
Present Bate 8 Per Cent
Nelson Branch.
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
O^ER A   MILLION WORDS.
Taken in Evidence by Commission on
Chinese and Japanese Immigration.
The evidence taken before the Royal
Commission which sat. from Mtucii
till' -June at all important I'ac.ilii;
coast cities to enquiru into the subject of Chinese and Japanese__itur_i
giation, ils effect upon trades and
calUnfca In Canada, Is fast being
transcribed by Stenographer Alex 11.
Crawford, wbo accompanied thc commission.
."The evidence wHl make 12,000
folios or 1,300,000 woids,-' lie said today when .asked, the. .extent ,of it..
"That weans six volumes of 700 pages
each,."
He hinted that nothing in the wav
of an exhaustive report as .to the
effeeMof the evidence copld be expected before tho end of Septeicber. This
will,.ho handed out by the Chief Com.
mis.i_iier, R. C. Clute, K. 0. The
other ^Commissioners were Daniel J.
Mann', of New Westm+uut.-r B.C., and
Christopher Foley, of   Kossland, B. C.
Mr.; Crawford was the only stenographer and eofie idea may be had of
the demand upon him uud lits ability
when it is admittted bv the Cominis-
Rioncwi that, he worki'.l lunger and
took far ihore evidunoe "tliun.'tlie two
stenographers' tir the Reining Sea
Commission.���Toronto Telegram.
Rev\ J. H. While returned to the
city the other duy from u trip to the
Crqwjs Nest district, where lie hus
been, ou business connected with the
Methodist ohucrh, of which he is the
district superintendent. In speaking of his trip he observed' that there
appeared to be cynsidersjliUi', actilty in
some of th towns'ih'the Crow's Nest
dlstrifct'. Notably in Feple, there
appears to be great activity in the
hu||ij)ni( line, and it has Hie appearance, of becoming a large centre of industry. The mining industry docs
not'B'ppfar tp be us progressive as the
St. E_gel~j-'al(',*Moyiei'lia8 closed .own
and'the.KimBerley also. The St. Eugene '-concentrator has also suspended
wink, hut it is not anticipated that
the'Meyic shut down will he of long
duration,'as it la' maintained thnt it
was Cflq8$d by the need of immediate
repairs. The Kiiuberley, mine is supposed to be closed; indefinitely.
Lip Deprti.it.
FOREIGN LIQUORS
A very full line of these, including several reserved brands on
hand- Shipments for Kootenay
are made from Victoria.
Additions Lo our stocks are being
continuously received by sailing vessels
via Oape Horn.
 1���
CANADIAN    LIQUORS
A stock of these I'liiliracing the
leading brands, is carried at Nelson,
thereby enabling quick del''very to
Kootenay buyei s.
ANHEUSER - BUSCH  AND
BUDWEISER BEER
Carried in rtook at Nolson,
R. P- Rithet & Co-, Limited
VIOTORIA, B. O,
ATI    Til.   A V      Kootonay
��� JL. ���  \JTJLV_TJl X   llepicscuUitivo
P. O. Box 621
Nelson.
HOTEL ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON
RATES
By the week from $5 to 1*6.
By the day Si.oo.
J. V. O'LAUGHLFM. Pron-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of tbe Estate of William Thomas Beadles, late of the
town of Salmo, British Columbia,
deceased, Intestate.
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to
the "Trustees and Executors' Aut,"
that all creditors and others having
claims against the estate of the said
William Thomas Readies wbo died at
Nelson. H. C, on the 17th day of
April, 1901, are required on or before
the 20th day of August, 1001, to send
by poBt prepaid, or deliver to the undersigned, solicitors for tbe administrator of the estate of the said deceased at Nelson, R. C, their Christian
names and surnames, addresses and
descriptions, the full particulars of
their claims, the statement of their
accounts,and the nature of the securities if any, held by tbem1.
And further take notice that after
such last mentioned date the Administrator will proceed to distribute the
assets of the Bald 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, to any person or
persons of whose claims notioe shall
not have been receved by him at the
time of suoh distribution.
Dated at Nelson, R.C., this 18th day
of Julv, 11)01.
MACDONALD 4 JOHNSON,
Solicitors fur   Juntos   Lawrence,   administrator of the estate of  the said
deceased Intestate.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Province of British Columbia, Nelson,
West Kootenay :    Tu Wit:
Ry virtue of two writs of Fieri
Facias issued out of the Supreme
Court of liritisli Columbia, at the
suits of The Merchants Hank of Halifax, and Miller & Richard, Plaintiffs, and to me directed v against the
goods and chattels of the Nelson
Publishing Company, Limited, Defendants, I have seized and taken in
execution all the light, title and interest of the said Defendant, the Nelson Publishing Company, Limited, in
one Thome Type Setting Machine,
one Cottrcll Press, one l'fny Press,
three (lordon presses, one wire stitcher, one ruling machine, one standing
press, one paging machine, book
debts,subscription list,office furniture,
stationery, stock in trade and all other
goods and chattels now in tha building occupied by the said Nelson Publishing Company. Limited, on Ward
Stieet in the City of Nelson, B. C, to
recover the sum of five thousand four
hundred and thirteen dollars amide?
en cents (Sn,41..11) and also interest
on thirteen hundred and forty-six dollars and thirty-four cents (SI, 3415.34)
ftom the 3rd of May, 1901, until payment, and also interest on four thousand and fifty nine dollars and seventy-seven cents (.1,050.77) from the 8rd
of July, 1001, until payment, hoth at the
rate of five per centum per annum;
besides Sheriff's poundagp, ofllcers'
fees and all other legal incidental expenses; all of which I shall ��� expose
for sale, or sufficient thereof to satisfy said judgments, debts and costs, at
my offlce next to the Court House in
the City of Nelson, B. C, on Tuesday
the 23rd day of July, 1001, at the
hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon.
An inventory ot the goods and chattels to be sold may be seen at my
office on and after the 18th instant
until day of sale.
Note ���Intending purchasers will
satisfy themselves as to interest and
title of the said defendants.
Dated at Nelsou, 11. C,
15th July, 11)01.
S. P. TUCK,
Sheriff of South Kootenay.
CAUTIOfyOX)   FUSE
CONSUMERS
' nett
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
'Warfare" Mineral Claim, situate in
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where looated :   On Craig Mountain,
near Oraiglown.
Take notioe  thnt I, J. D. Anderson,
P.L.S., uf Trail, B.U.. agent for Mrs.
{Catherine Seed,   Free  Miners' Oertili-
No. B56.071, William  Seed, Free Miners' Oertilicate No. I~i6,18~, and Gideon
Madore, Free  Miners' Certificate No
115571,      intend,      00      days,    from
date   hereof,   to   apply   to   the   Min
ing Recorder for a  Certificate of  Im
proveraents for the purpose of obtaining
a Ornwn Grant of the above olaim.
And further take notice tbat action
under section 87, must be commenced
before tbe issuance of snch Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 5th day of July, A. D.
11)01.
,T. D. ANDERSON.
LIMITED
NOTICE
FARES-Cash, 10 cents.
Tickets, 10 for 50 cents.
SERVICE���Every 20 minutes, leaving
park and up-town terminus at 7
a.m. to 10.40 p.m. Early car leaves
H. B. Stores 6:45 a.m.
TRAINS���Oars meet 10.35 a.m. and
(1.45 p 111., and out uo ing ""'. on
request.
SPECIAL���The public are requested
to stop curs only ou the fur side of
cross streets; not to ride on, enter
or leave by front platform; also to
motion by hand if they intend to
board the car, and to notify conductor a Bhort distance before they
wish to leave.
COMPLAINTS���Will receive prompt
attention at the Company's ofiice,
Vernon Stieet, City.
eeal estate
A large number of good residential
building sites adjacent tu the lines of
their tramway, chiefly in the southern portion of the city to be sold on
easy terms.
Apply Tramway Office, Vernon
Street.
A V. MASON,
Managing Secretary.
CHINA  HALL
BARGAINS
As we need the space for
other goods, we have decided
to sell out our line of   ���'������
Granite Iron Ware, Bit,
AT COST!
Call and Get Prices.
_
Baker Street.
Phone 261.
H. & M. BIRD
BROKEN HILL BLOCK,
FOR SALE.
550 House on Victoria   street   22x14,
thoroughly   well   built, plastered
inside,   city water and   improved
*   lot.
8800 Four-roomed   house on   Victoria
828b Two lots on Robson   street   close
to Hendryx.
FOR RENT.
S15 Five-roomed cottage on Ward st.
830 Furnished house on Victoria street
.  West.
$1S Furnished   house    on    Carbonate
street.
S:S0 Seven-roomed house on Carbonate
street, electiic   light, hot air fm>
mice, all conveniences.
820 House   on    Mill   street,   all   improvements.
S20 House on Robson street,   close   to
Stanley; two fenced lots, all con
veniences.
If you don't like Blue Bibbon Til it's
you: never tasted it. "
CALL ON THB
NELSON WINK CO.
nnd try a bottlo, a dozen, or a barrel ot
CALGARY BEER ns lt. Is I he boat anil
cheapest on tho market. AIho try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGAR!..
FRANK  A. TAMBLYN. M.n.k.b.
Tolouhon    88, Piker SS    Nrtion, B. O
Mr. Mnchin, general agent Benne
Fuse Co., headquarters at, Victor!
I). C., bogs tosay that In conae qtyenc.
of attempts tn impose spurious and
cheap Imitations of their white coun
tcred, patent safety Fuse, Crown
llrand, he feels it necessary to ask
consumers to be sure that they get
thu genuine HcnnoU's Fuse. The sole
agents' ib . Nclsohi is the Lawrence
Hardware Co.  '
��� j" ;
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.
Healed separate aud whole tenders
will be received by the undersigned
until 13 o'clock noon on Monday, the
20th. inst', for the different trades in
connection with the .erection and completion of the   new school building.
The lowest or any tender not neoes
sarily accepted. Plans and specifications can he seen ut my office in the
Houston bloek.
AL.EX. CARRIE.
Architect.
The DAILY MINER
WILL UK  IIKLIVKIIKU TO
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning immediately
on arrival of steam, r, at the
rate of    	
About .that second Band article of
yours, Vou'll sell it if jon'll advertise lt in The Miner want uol-inin
PATENTS
Caveats. Designs, Copyright'! and
Trade Marks obtained in Canada
and all foreign countries.
TRETHEWEY & BBITTAIN,
Room 3, Bank of British North
America, Jluntiug.i Ht.����r. Van
oouvor.
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions to he left
with the agent,
D.   J.  YOUNG.
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the highest cash price for all
kinds of seoond hand goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anehoi to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oaiperte,
-ooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Call and see me or write. Add.es.
Silver King Mike, Box 1100 Hal)
8*rmt. N~l����.n.  P   f
FOR SALE
Large semi-detached house
owned by F. P. Gutilius is
offered for sale at less than
cost. ���
Has all conveniences and
rents for $50 per month.
See
D. J. DEWAR
MADDEN  BLOCK.
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Potter.
DROP IN AND SEE US
Nnlqnn. R. O.
THE   MINER'S
WANT   PAGE.
FOR SALE OR RENT\    MISCELLANEOUS
Advertisements Inserted nnder tdlri head tithe rata of ono cent a word per iii-e. iion. No
advertlnoment) taken for Imb than 25 rent ..
Situation Wanted advertiriumcntH Inserted
three timea free of charge.
Are you in   want?    If
the people, through   Tin
eolumn, what   you are
You'll tret it.
you are, tell
Miner want
want   of.
.��.
KOOM TO BEJNI in K. W, C Bloek.
ot? July 1st, corner room facing
Baker and War'' street. Two rQ.cma
en suite on Ward at., and two Inside j
rooms. Furnished or unfuruibhe
Mrs. P, .1. Squire.
LADY wishes   Hewing hy the   day in
pri vale   f uini i ies.    M,      M.,    M i ner
otlice.
TO RENT.���Rooms and office  in   Clement,   Hillyer bloek.    Apply to   the
Nelson Electric Tramway otticefi.
ROOM and board in   private fcfaro.ly.
Apply on Siliea  street, second   door
west of Ward.
ROOM for   rent  at   Mrs.   Melieath's,
Silica street.
FOU SALE.���Tug Soat 'Red Star."
and Barge���At reasonable figures to
cash purchaser or time with good
security. Applv to Ontario Powder
Works,  Nelson.']... C.
HOUSK to   Rent.���Furnished   or unfurnished, apply T,  Miner oflice.
WANTED
WANTED.���A school teacher  for   the
Pilot    Hay Public School.    Apply to
D. H. Riddell, secretary si;hool board.
TEACHER WANTED���Holding 2nd
or 3rd class certificate, for lieaver-
nionth school, duties to commence
August 12th. .1. A. Morrison, sec-
treaa., Beaver, P. 0., I). C.
NELSON Employment Agency, llaker
street.    Phone 278.   J. H. Love.
WANTED.���Waitresses,    Dishwasher.
Situations     wanted     by    engineer,
blacksmiths, Miners,    Laborers,   Carpenters, etc..
WANTED���Men   wanted for   railroad
construction.       Fare   aud    employment fee advanced.    Western   Canadian Employment Otlice, Ward st.
MISCELLA NE OUS
WOMAN   wants. work   of   any   kind
during  the   day.   ADply   at   Miner
Office.
LOST.���Large    leather   pocket    book
containing   about  $35.    Reward   on
return   to   R.    F.   Fleetham, Nelson,
P. O.
IT WILL PAY you to read  our ad. iu
another column. Our blend of tea at
Thirty cents   per pound will suit you-
Kootenay CofEee Co.
JAPAN TEAS���"Spider Leg," "Pan-
fired,' "Sun Cured,"���have a place in
our stock. The new "Ceylon Green"
Is fine flavored and economical. Kootenay Coffee Co.
ritEi; .wining ���<>i<i Propertiu���We ure
nnxlnnn to Hceurc n Tew Tree nilllliitf wild
pruperlleH nl nine. The rroNpeelor's i.\
change, IVelHou, R. ���, Boom 4, K.-W,-..
Block.
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.
���U��I.II-SI_VEU t'OI'l .JM.lUH    .Wlnea    mill
proHpectH ~ Liiilvd.   Hend report mill Hiun-
plOH to the ProHpcctor'H t.xelinnge. \<-I.h��,ill.
B.C.   Koo in 4 K. Vt. C. bloek.
WANTED.���Three furnished or   partly furnished    rooms for light housekeeping,    central,   apply     Hasolwood
Dairy.
LO-T,���Lady's     lace     handkerchief,
between the Tennis   court   and   Ob-
(ervatory   street.    Kinder   please   return to Miner ollice.
NOTICE.
From date until October 1 the dental
otlices of Nelson will be closed at )
o'clock, p. n:., on all Saturdays, remaining closed during the balance of
the day.
W. J. QUINLAN,   D. D. S.
F. E.   MORRISON,   D. D. S.
T   11. STODDART,  D.   D. S.
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
L-l'blOltPE sc CO. Limited���Corner Veruoil
JL aud Oedar aireeu,, Welsou���Munufaeiur
ors of and wholesale dealers in aerated walei.
ULid fruit .>ru[... .ole aKonU for llaleyou Ho
Springs uiiuural water.    Telephone tXI.
V] EL-ON SODA WATER _ ACTOUY-
JJ^i N* M. Cummins, Lessee���_,very known
variety of sofl drinks. P U Box t_. Telephone
So. 'Al. liuover btreet. Nelson, bottlers of the
famous tit. Leon Hot Springs Mineral Wator
ARCHITECTS
CiAN*. tc .MAi'DUNAl.ll |H. Cane, Jamu
1 A, Maodonaldl���Architect and suporlu
LeudeliiD, iirokeu Hill Block, oornor Baker and
Ward atreols, .Nelson
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
H.
J. KVANs & CO.-Baker Street, Nol
son���Wholesale dealers ill liuuui., ei-
l.Lir . ceiiLUnt, lire brick and lire clay, water
pi lie and r.lecl rails, and _oueral commission
dierohants.
GRAIN,  HAY AND CEREALS
BltACKMAN-KliU M1LL1NO CO., Lru.-
Vt'iioiosalc aud rcLail dealors in grain,
liuy, Hour, toed. Mills at Vlotoria, New West
uiiusier; i-Uiuonlon, Alia. Kluvatoru on Calgary Liud iuliuonl.oii l~Lilway. Manufacturer,,
oi the eelebrated li. sc K. brand cereals.
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD Sc Co.-Cornor Fron
��� ami ilu.ll Streets���Wholesale grocer
ami jobbers in blankets, gloves, milts, boots
rubbers, nmckinnws and miners' sundries.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
P   BURNS �� Co.-Baker Street, Nolson-
���   Wholesale dealers iu fresh and cured
inuuls.   Cold Storage,
WEST   KOOTKNAY    BUTCHKK   CO.-
Baker Street, Nelsou���Wholesale doa ���
ers in fresh and cured inuaLs.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
IF Ronald Ferguson will communicate with Alexander Ferguson, Son-
ya. Ont., or Archibald Ferguson, S3
Grove stieet, Winnipeg, Man., lie
will learn of something to his advantage.
LAND ACT NSTICE.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head offiob toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to O. >., hKNNOX link'. St
K-lunn
Notice is hereby given that I have
made application to thu Chief Commissioner of Land1! and Works at Victoria, B. 0m for a special license to
out and carry away timber on and
from the following described Crown
Lands in the llont River section of
West Kootenny district, Bi C.'.
Commencing at u post pliiceil on the
South bank of Meadow Ctcek and
marked "Soutli East Corner,'' said
Meadow Creek being u tributary of
Goat River and above point 's sltuiit
ed about four miles east of the station known as Kitehenei on the
Ciow's Nest branch of the li. ('.
S, Railway. Commencing at snid
southeast corner and running west
Hill chains, North in chains, Bast HID
chains and smith III chili nt- to place
of beginning, containing about M<i
acres. JAMES CRONIN.
Dated at Moyie, B.C , June HI.  mill.
LAWltKNCK   HARDWAHK   CO
Struct,   Nelson ��� Wholesalo   dualais  In
hardware,  miners'
oto,
AWKKNOK HARDWAHK CO - Bakoi
i ��� Wholesale dualats In
supplies,  sporting goods
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Van
couvur Hardwaru Co, Ltd., Haker Street*
Nelson���Wholesale deulers in liardwaru uud
mining supplies, plumbers' und tinsmiths' sup
plies.
XT KLSON HARD-ARK CO.- Wholesale
__N imiiiis, oils and glass; mechanics' tools.
Agents foi Ontario Powder Works; lraumlto
LlyUORS AND DRY GOODS
i-l-.URNKU, HK1CTON & Co.
JL    and Jonopliino Streets,
-Cornor Vornon
Nelson���Whclo
sule dealors In liquors, cigurs, aud dry goods.
Agents for Pub-t Brewing Co. of Mllwi
and Cidgary Ilrewing Co of Calgary,
HUDSON'S HAY Co.-Wholosulo grocerlo*
und lhiliors etc., Baker street, Nelson.
LUMHER
NKLSON SAW AND  PLANING MILL-
Oftlce corner  Hall and  Krout StroeU
Nelson���Lumber, celling, flooring, and ovory
 IliiK
tiling in wood for build
prices,
g purposes.
Correspondence solicited.
LAND  ACT.
Mines Examined and Ueported On.
NATHAN  HAAS. E.M.
Mining Engineer.
Koom 4. K.-W.-O. Block,
Nblhon, B. 0.
STORAGE 1 STORAGE! STORAGE!
I have a large warehouse and am
prepared to store all kinilsof goods.
Prosner's Second Hand Store, Ward
Street.
You shouldn't send out of town for
cards for yourself or your IniHliand
until you see wbat Thu Minor can do
for vou.
KOOTENAYCOFFEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Bent, of
Quality, as follow��� :
Java and Arabian Mooha, por pound...... |  40
Java and Mocha Blond, 3 pounds  1 00
Fine Santos, 4 pounds  1 00
Santos Hlend, i pounds  100
Our  BpoclalBlond, 6 pounds  Hi,
Our Klo Roast, epounds  1 00
jl TBIA- OBDP.K SOUL-TUB.
SALESROOM- !
3 DOOPS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOOK   W. BAKER 8T.
I>1 ELSON.        -        O. Cm
Take notice that. I Intend Ui apply
BO days after date to the Chief Commissioner of Lands anil Works at Victoria, B.C., to purchase the following
described vacant Crown Lands In the
District of West Kootenay, B. C. :
Commencing at a post planted on
the west line of Lot BBS, group 1, West
Kootenay District and about liOO ft.
from North West Corner of the said
lot, and which post is marked "James
Cronin's North-West Corner." tliencr
west NO clniiiiH. thence south hii
chains, thence east HO chains, thence
noi th ho chains to place of beginning,
containing (140 acres mine or less.
JAMES CRONIN.
Dated, the loth day of June. 1901.
(IRE SACKS AND TWINES.
GALLON Ir.
anil twll
liunii. Telephoneflw,
Ml   (1 .M.I. IN Ir. CO
JL i   ami twines.   Always a largo mock ou
K.-V
DOalOfv In   ore merit
���look on
Room It. Iv.W.-C. Block
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial^*
LaDd Surveyor.
��6q NELSON B C
E. J.SCOVIL
niM>- BKOKEIt, AOTAKY I'l'lllll
Windermere Mini's.   CnrrrspondenouBoHnltod
WrNnKHMFHR. A. II
A. R. BARROW, a. ^ ion
Provincial  Land  Surveyor
Corner Viotoria and Kootenay SU.
P.O. Box 6 Taleoho .�� No.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
"Vancouver'' Mineral Claim, situalo
in Ihe Nelson Mining   Division  of West
Ko.iteuay District.
Whi'ie  located :   On the N. & F. ti.
liailway, ii allies from the International
boundary,
Take notice that I, J. 1). Anderson,
I'. L. S��� of Trail, B. 0., agent for
Charles A. Calzin, Free Miner's certificate No. l~>o,l��17, intend, sixty days
from the date lieieof, to apply to tbo
Mining Keeordflr for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown (limit of the atovo
claim.
And further tukn notice that action,
under section i!7, must be cominenoed
beforo the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements,
Dated this 6th day ��f  July, 1901,
,1.  I). ANDEHHON.
If there is anything you require,ask
for   it   ill   the  columns of the Miner, Nelson   Daily Minsk, Sunday,/: julv ai,   icioi
.
.
Good...
Prospects
Of Getting a Good
Timepiece at a Most
Reasonable Price.
Watch   Repairing  Our
Specialty.   All Work Hust Be Satisfactory or Money
Refunded.
PATENAUDE   BROS.,
Jewelers,  Nelson,
B. C.
Zbe TRovat Bank of Canaba"
Capital  A-t-orlicd,
~n_r<l of Dlr.eloni
Incorporated 1869.
su.ooo.ooo.eo I Cnpiui Fnld-up,     ,    .    .     _****_���***__
Bent, .....   ��!,?������,����.������
wnnr.l ,.r uirrnor.     .hon,,-, E. Kenny,  Preside-.|   Thomas Ritchie. Vloe-Pre~deat.
iWUey Smith   H. G. Bauld, Hon. David MacKecn.
Hurt Olliee, Haliraxi
General Manager. Ed*on L. Pease. Montreal. -,-���_������_ ���.,.._,
( Siiperhitcndoni of Kranches. and Secretary, W. B. Torrance. Halifax.
Bran    es t
'���va   Scotia-Halifax    Rranch,   Antl~onl"t
Brldgewater, Ouysboro. Londonderry, Lu
enbLirg. Maitland llfar.ls Co.l, Pictou^Hort
llawkcshur)', Sydney. Shubonacadle,Truro,
Weymouth.
Mew    Brunswick - Dathurst.      Dorchester,
Frederlcion, Kingston [Kent Oo.), Monc
ton, Newcastle Sackville, St, John,Woodstock-
P. K. Iilaad���Charlottetown, Kumuiersldo.
BEANCa_8 IN BRITIBH COLUMBIA.
Grand  jForks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,
Vancouver East End, Victoria.
.orrMpondenU i
CaaMU��� Merchants Rank of Canada.   Boaton���National Shawmnt Bank.   Chicago���Illinois
Trust and Savings Bank.   Sun  -ranrlwo���First National Bank.   London,   Kng.~Bank  of
Ucollanii.   Paris, Franr.���Credit Lynnnals,   Bermuda-. Bank of Rerniuda.   <Tblna and Japan -Mom: Kong and Shanghai Hanking Corporation,    Spokane���Old National Bank.
Oeneral Bonking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bought
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed oo special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
��� ebte-Montreal, (City Oflloe), Montreal
West End (Cor. Notre Dame and Seigneurs Streets); Westmonnt (Cor. Greene
Avenue and St Catharines  Stroot.
Ontario���Ottawa.
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Caba, West ladlet��� Havana.
United Hint, il���New York (16 Kxchange Plana
Republic, Wash
Vancouver,
Correspondence Wehoveeev-
I-.   r eral      corres-
rflpers pondeuce pa
pers thnt are
being more nnd more largely used by
critical people u~ their real merits become Letter kuown. Among others wi
mention "Okie Dorchester lloud" nnd
"Crown Parchment." These nre put up
in the various fashionable sizes. Their
quality is the highest, style the most
attractive, manufacture tbo most perfect, and thoy are always satisfactory,
That's why exclusive people like them
and why they 111k for then.. Other
high-grnde papers are: "Foreign Mail"
and "Old Parobmeut Bond." Insist nn
having these names on the liox. There
is nothing else "just as good."
THOMSON
STATIONERYCo.il
NELSON.  B.C.
Pianos to Rent at 87 per monlh.
<
THE CITY
The following books have been added tn the public! library: "Black
Douglas," by 8. K. Crockett; "Cinderella," by H. li. Crockett; "Hosts
of the Lord." by V. A. ~tcel; " Lnily
Barbarity," by .1. C. .Smith; "Lane
That Hud No Turning," by (iilbert
I'arker.
Tonight at Emmanuel Church there
will iiu a musical service to which
every one is Invited, flic choir have
arranged   special   music   us   follows;
Bass solo, "King of Eternity," by
Mr. W.J. Caldwell 1   anthem,   "Jesus
Lover of My .Soul"; solo anil quartette, "0 Lord Be Thou Merciful, ' Ily
Mr. A. Steele, Mrs. Caldwell, Miss
Winnie Swart, nnd Mr. ilcn. Hrown;
anthem, "lie Shall Lead His Hock;"
soprano solo, "(Ira Pro Nobis,' Mr.
VV. .1. Caldwell. Tbe service will
begin at H o'clock.
selection of food the bodily energy is
preserved, while the hot, carbonaceous foods have been left out. The result is a very marked difference in
the temperature of the body, and to
this comfortable condition is added
tho certainty of easy and perfect digestion, for the food is readily worked
up by tbe digestive machinery.
Experience and experiment in food
and Its application to the human
body has brought out these facts.
They can be made use of and add materially to tho comfort of tho  user.
PERSONAL
On II. Long and VV. Daroy's claim
on 4U-creek. the Ilreadwinner, a lead
of free milling gold ore eighteen
inches wido, and assaying from 37 *.o
Ss on the surface has been located.
Hrown Ilrothers, who wore the only
jewellers that closed last Thusrday
afternoon, remained open yesterday
as also J. J. Walker, the other firms
in that line of business closing from
1 till (i p. m.
Contractor Lemoluc, of the post-
office contract, who was expected to
arrive in thc city yosterday, did not
put in un appearance. A wiro was
received from bim that he had Indefinitely postponed his trip.
Architect Carrie has completed the
plans and specifications for tho now
high school and is calling for tenders. The notices eall for the tenders tc be in the hands of the architect by the 29th of the present month.
F. J. Mclluchc took out supplies
yesterday to bis two brothers who
arc developing tho Aurora group of
claims on Toad mountain near the
oast fork of Cottonwood creek. They
huve a shuft sunk 30 feet on the lead,
whicli bas a width of 11 feet. The
ore carries considerable galena with
values in gold and silver.
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A COOL
PROPOSITION
And a Sure One.
Ilia Body Does  Not  Feel Moat
Unpleasantly if
You Use
| GRAPE = NUTS;
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KEEP COOL FROM PROPER
HOT WEATHER FOOD.
People can   live  in   _  tenparaturo
wblcll feels fi'Lini ten to twenty ih'-
grces cooler thun their neighbors enjoy, by regulating tha breakfast.
The plan is to avoid   meat   entirely
for treakfnst; iish a goodly BllownnBe
of fruit, either copked or raw.   Then
r.ill.iw wilh a suiici'r pontftlnlntf
about four heaping teaspoonfnli of
Orape Nuts, treated with a Mule rich
cream.    Add to   this about two   slices
of entire wheat blend, with u meagre
amount of butter, and serve dne cup
of Tostum I'liili! Coffee. If one prefers, tin*   llrnjiL'-N'iits    cun    be   turned
In. 1 tb'.'cup uf Pood Coffee, giving
a   delightful    Combination,    ily    tills
Washington Park, Chicago, III.,
July 80.���In the Lake.i.w handicap,
today, Hosewnr won, with Meuinon,
second, and Flora I'omola, third.
Time, 1.13 3-5.
JOH   COULDN'T   HAVE   STOOD IT
If he'd had Itching Piles. They're
J terribly annoying; but Bucklen's
I Arnica Halve will cure the -vorst case
1 of piles on earth. It nas cured thousands. For Injuries, I'aius or llodlly
J Brandons it's the but salve in the
j world. PriceSfica box. Cure guaranteed. Hold by Canada Drug <fc Hook
Co.
Fishermen itbiliii!
T. d. Procter1! houseboat is now for
rent by the day or week, Bpeoffti rates
for family parties. First-oIaM cook
and attendant in olmiw. i.hi.-h $250
per tiny. Parties oan get off 0. P. R,
boats either K"'"K or returning from
Kootenay Landings The boat for the
next two weeks will be stationed nttho
mouth uf Midge and n<'iwli..orinff crooks,
when*   a   big   eat oh   of   rainbow*.    Im
sssared.  Apply to T. (*��� Procter*. Baker
street, fcr further Information.
INHERITED   ASTHMA'
Sunvrr-i Bines RUBirth, sad Found Help Only
Through Olarki) Kola Compound)  Now
tfiwj   From  A-lhriin.
Mr    Robert   H.   Taylor,   New   WostinlnHtor,
H. 0) wirtoB.���"1 havo boen r. constant BUJmrsr
Ironi   Imr'.flltary   timthum   HUGO my hi rlh, 27
roars nap. i have trim overy remedy eVer
hoard ". f"i this trouble and spent hundred/!
or dollars with dootera but to no pttijwes,
Olarks Kola Compound Is tho only rmnedy
i hiii o\or gavo any permanent reliefs I havo
hI.o gniiioil much in wolk'ht ~itioo hi-iiiK rupwl.
I eon honestly repomond ii to any nnfortnnate
i Ilbrors from Asthma.11
For tale by J, ii. vanitonO) Nelson, 11. c.
Ladies' Kid Gloves
50c per pair-
See our Wash Kid
Gloves.
Fred Irvine li Co.
36 BAKER STREET.
Bargains in
Valises,   Trunks
and
Travelling Bags-
ANNUAL JULY 6LEARAN6E SALE.
Dry Goods, Men's Furnisnings, Carpets, Millinery and
House Furnishings.
mis Sale Gommences
. July 221
Men's Furnish'g Dept
Fancy   colored     Tweeds,   Chevio's,
Granite   Cloths   and   a   small   lot  of
novelties   in    Dress Patterns' at   sale
prices.
Special price costumes at 815.00, we
will sell at 85.00
Ladies'chiffon and sequin sacin and
Mod's negligee   regatta   and Oxford
shirts, regular 81.5(1 at 50 cents.
White   laundried shirts,   sale   price
81.00.
silk capes at 810,   815,    805   and  830,
White Wear Dept.
price to clear at 85.00 each.
Millinery Department
Men's   black   cashmere socks at   25
Special   bargains   in   ladles' corset
covers,    regular   35 oents,   Bale   ptice
10 cents.    Fifty   cent   qualilty,    now
25 cents.
Night gowns, regular price 75 cents,
sale price 45 cents.
Our   81 quality at 50,   81.50 and   75
cents.
White   undernikrts   81.25 and   81.00
quality, ied used to 05 cents.
And the balHnce of our   white   underskirts from 82 to 812.50 at  a   latge
reduction.
Ladies'  combination    ohemise   and
skirt   at   half   price.
Combination corset cover and underskirts at half price.
Ladies'   muslin drawers, regula" 35
cant, sale price 20 cents.
Ladies' muslin drawers,   regular 50
cent, Bale   priae 30 cents.
Ladies muslin drawers,   regular   75
cent and 81, sale priae 50 emit*.
Ladies'   muslin   dra. ers,     regular
81.25 and 81.50, sale price 75 cents.
Ladles' cotton  vents  from   5   oents
up.
Corsets in D.,_ A. and Comptou'a R.
.. Q,, latest styles, cut   prices.   P. &
D, corset half price, to clear.
Bargains in children's white dresses
slips, skirts,  drawers, pinafores,   and
corset waists at reduced prices.
Ladies' dress skirts  with   velveteen
binding and percaline lining, regular
84, sale   price 82.
Ladies'   costumes, we   will sell our
entire stock at prices which   are sure
to satisfy.
cents per pair.
Men's Buspenders at 25  oents   each.
Balbriggan    shirts     and     drawers
in sizes from 50 in. to HI in., 50 cents
each.
Men's fine zephyr   and   silk   negligee shirts, regular   81,50  and 82,    reduced tu 81.00 each.
A   small   lot   of men's white  coats
Children's muslin, hats and bonnets from 25 oents each up.
Ladies' sailor and trimmed ready-
to wear hats at sale prices.
The balance of our trimmed, and
pattern hats at less than half price.
Infant bonnets from 25 cents up.
arid vests at half price.
Men's and buy's bathing tights and
suits.
Sweaters at reduced prices.
Men's   white    cotton   night   shirts
and pjaraaa'at Bale prices.
Mens'hats at sale prices.
Cotton Department
Crumb's prints, light and dark, regular 12 _ and 15 cents, reduced to  Ih,
cents.
Silk Department
Crumb s cambric and Sateen   finished prints.20 at 12H cents.
Linen Crash   suiting   and skirting,
regular 20, now 10.
Linen Gelitias, to clear 15 cents.
Cotton printed ducus and drills and
sateens at reduced prices.
. White   Swiss     Organdies,   Batistes
Dimities, Lawns,   will   olear   at cat
prices.
Our  special   24   inch   black   Satin,
regular price 81.25,salc price 85 cents.
Our  special   24   inch   black  satin,
regular price 81.50, sale price 81.no.
lllaek   l'oau de Sol silks  from .'.00
a yard up.
All of our blous* silk.we will offer
at half price.
Bargains     in    evening   silks    and
House Furnish'g Dept
satins.
Dress Goods Dept.
Black all wool  Alpacas,   plain   and
fancy,    regnlar   price   50  cents,   sale
price 25 cents.
Black  all   wool   Henriettas,   Cashmeres, Merinos, Poplins, Serges, etc.,
at reduced prices.
Window shades, lace enrtams, portieres, table covers and window poles
at reduced   prices.
All carpets laid and sewn free of
charge.
We will sell the balance of our ladies' shirt waists at 25c, 50c, 75c. and $1.00 each.
A Large Lot of Remnants in Every Department
Ladies' Sunshades
Half Price-
Umbrellas at Out
Prices-
As Some of Our Special Lines are Limited
We Ask Tour Earliest Attention.
Lace Allovers '"
Ribbons, Veilings-
Dress Trimmings,
at Reduced Prices*
BAKER ST.
Fred Irvine - Go.
NELSON
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1901 1901
The Store With
Right Prices
New Goods Arriving Every Day
When our new slock is complete, we will have by far the FINEST  DISPLAY OF FIRST-CLASJS'FURNITURE and HOUSE KURNISHINC'.S
ver shown to the public of Nelson.
Call and sec our Rattan Chairs, Baby Carriages,  Go   Carts,   Morris
Chairs, Verandah Chairs, etc.
J. G. BUNYAN & CO.
TELEPHONE 142 '" ..,.-, BAKER STREET
TBNDBRS
Tenders will be revived by the
undersigned up to the ��0��i day of
August. 1.01, for ~be purcliase of the
-took In tiade of genernl. merclian-
dlne, book dobts, business and good
will of the late. William Thomas
lleadlcs, of Salmo, and Erie B C
Storekeeper, The p.ropcrty con.ists of
u two-storey frame building at Erie
wit- a stock of general merchandise,
aim a stock of general merchandise at
aa 11110.
Iutomllng purchasers, may bid for
the whole  or either of the stocks.
Stock lists and Inventories can be
Been on application to James llanner-
man at Erie, H. C.
Dated this 18th day of July, lliol
MACDONALD ft. JOHNSON, '
Bulicitdre for    .ami*   Lawrence,   Ad-
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