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Daily Edition No.  1107
Nelson,   British   Columbia, Tuesday,   August 6,  1901
Eleventh  Year
American Journalist Tells of
the Prospects of Atlin
whencs the itinerary  will be prolonged to Atlin anil possibly to Dawson.
1!. E. Powell, snei-Htaiy of Governor
Joli, who won tlie Provincial championship in tennis Saturday from A.
T. Goward, bas reopened the championship on being informed that
his antagonist was  not in good form.
News of the Coast and Province in General���Miner
Victoria,    li.    C,    Aug. 5.���W.    M.
Brewer, M.E., representing New York
.Mining     and    Bingineering    Jounal,
who has just returned from a   trip   in
its interests through Atlin and White
Horse,   states   that   the   zone   which
Spruce creek Crosscuts  probably   con
tains  extensive   bodies of low   grade
auriferous matter, which   with   cheap
fuel   will  make   Atlin   a   big   camp.
Although only five   hundred   men   all
tuli!   are  working  tho   bunks    there
bought $ 150,000 of gold up to the middle    of  July.    Hydraulicing* is preceding   on   McKce,    Boulder,     Pine,
Spruce   and Willow  Gulch,   but   full
results will not be known till tlie bed
rock   lumes   have   been   cleared   up.
He snid that at   the   partial  clean-up
lie saw nuggets of 64   ounces,   picked
up on Spruce,   six   ounces on   Willow
gulch,    36     ounces   on    Mcl.ce.    He
saw $11..5 cleaned up   as tbe result of
less thai; one day's   work by one man
on   MclCee,   50   ounces    representing
the paitial   clean-up  of   nine   men's
work for eight days on Boudleraud 15
ounces the work of eight   men   for  a
clay on Pine.
Victoria, B. C, Aug. 5.���Charles
Melrose, a miner in Lenora mine at
Mount Sicker, fell down a shaft a
hundred feet and broke his neck Sunday afternoon. He was a yonng man.
His relatives live at Cobhlehill.
August   meeting   today. William V.
Whitney's    liukeward, (I.,     lieiff),
| came   in   second     and Uaut-on-itasi
Revolutionists   of Colombia
Claim to Have Won Important Battles.
Vancouver, B. C, Aug. 5.���Anxious
questions have beon repeatedly asked
regarding precedent in the forthcoming visit of their Royal Highnesses to
Vancouver. A list of these questions
submitted to the proper authorities resulted as follows:
On the present occasion the Mayor
of a City will tako precedence over
the Lieut, Governor of a Province, as
Their Royal Highnesses will bo guests
of tbe eity. ,
Consuls, and Consul Generals are
not mentioned in the Canadian table
of precedence, their position being
commercial and not diplomatic
Royal carriages and postillions for
their Royal I'ighnesss and a landau
and pair for Their Excellencies will
be sent. Their Royal Hgihnesses will
only take their own personal stall' in
tl.e carriage w.th them. In the procession Their Royal Highnesses carriage comes last Their Excellencies
carriage next precedes it, tho Lieut.-
Governor will next precede Their Excellencies and the Mayor's carriage
precede the Lieut.-Governor's. No
carriages should accompany Their
Highnesses around tbo park. An escort will ho unnecessary during the
drive, but a detachment of mountod
police will he provided as outriders.
Half mourning to be worn means
mauve, grey lilac, black and white.
The exact precedence will buns follows: The Admiral of the Esquimau fleet, tho Lieut.-Governor,
bishop Protestant, archbishop Roman
Catholic, according to date of concentration as bishop, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Lord Chief Justice, Sir Charles
Tupper, Sii Hibbert Tupper, the
mayor. The clergy have no precedence. In the procossion there must be
no band. Correct form is for ihe
chairman to rise and propose the
health of the King nnd CJnuen which
is then drunk after which the chairman again riBes and proposes the
health of their Royal Highnesses the
Duko and Duchess of Cornwall. Ilis
Koayl Highness makes one reply to
both toasts. The pioposal that the
ladies of Vancouver present their
Royal Ilighnessses with a souvenir
has not been encouraged.
Victoria, B. C. Aug. 5.���It is understood that as the result of the visit of
Eberts, Mcllride and party to the
traps of the American canners on Saturday, legislation will ho b-ought
down next session to legalize the use
of traps on Canadian side.
Victoria, B. C, Aug. 5.���Word has
been receivod from Los Angeles, California, of the death there on Saturday
of U. Cartmel, R. N. R., formerly
the engineer at Esquimalt.
Premier Dunsmuir left today ou tho
steamer Joan with a party of about
twenty personal friends principally
young people  for a trip to  Skagway
Filipinos Urged to Keep Up Struggle
Against Americans.
Manila, Aug. 5.���Miguel Malvar,
who has been recognized as the successor of Aguinaldo by the Filipino
Junta, at Hong Kong, has issued a
proclamation dated July 16, copies of
which arrived here this morning, giving assurances to the natives of the
continuation ot an active campaign
and expressing hope for its successful
issue. The proclamation, of which
5,000 copies have teen printed, purports to ememate fiom Batangas. It
is a characteristic Insurgent document
charging the Americans with all sorts
of atrocties. It recounts the losses
of guns nnd ammunition and death of
four distinguished American officers
Jnly 10 all of which it says the Americans concealed. The proclamation
threatens General Cates with death
for treachery and warns all Filipinos
who surrender that they will never
be able to live outside the American
lines. Malvar claims he has sufficient
arms and supplies to continue the
fighting indefinitely. The American
officials believe the proclamation was
really written by Agonc'iilo (the
former representative of Aguinaldo) at
Dong Kong and that he probably
has never seen Malvar. Strong efforts
are buing made by the police to prevent the distribution of tho proclamation.
Government Despatches Represent the Insurgents
as Defeated.
Trades Unions Cannot Conspire
Injure Employers.
London, Aug. 15.���The House of
Lords toduy rend ered an important
judgment affecting trades' unions.
The case was brought up to an appeal from the judgment of the Irish
oourts regarding, a wholesale butcher
damages against the Butchers' Assist
ants' Association which brought pres
sure to bear on retailers to boycott
plaintiff until he dismissed a certain
non-union employee, threatening otherwise to call out the union employees of the firms concerned and finally
it induced the non-unionists to leave
the plaintiff. The Lords dismissed
the appeal on the ground that the
acts of wrongful and malicious conspiracy were not undertaken to advance the interests of the workmen
themselves but solely to injure the
Sham Naval Battle Teaches the Admiralty   Something.
London, Aug. 5.���The naval cnau-
oeuvers were suddenly terminated this
afternoon by o.-durs of tho Admiralty
and the enemy's fleet waB declared
to be the victor. The final results have
not yet beon given ont, hut th6 do-
fenders are known to have lost a dozen cruisers, two gunboats and eight
torpedo bout destroyers. The onemy
lost thiee cruisers, threo torpedo destroyers and throo torpedo boats
while they captured an ondlesB number of merchantmen.
Tho result is taken to bo a practical
confirmation of the justness of the
criticism to which the Admiialty has
recently been subjected.
London, Aug. 5.���Although no division was challenged at the third
reading of the King's declaration
hill this ovening in the House of
Lords, it is generally believed that
no further attempt will he made to
pass it, either this session or the
next. Lord Salisbury, the Premier,
referring to the statement of the Catholic peers, said the Government now
realized that the Catholios did not
wish the offensive wording of the original declaration to bo withdrawn un-
Iosb the Government at the same time
withdrew tne declaration regarding
the secretary of the Protestants. The
Government never bad the slightest
intention of withdrawing that. The
Oatholics regretted that they must be
prepared to seo the declaration stand
in Its present form.
New York, Aug.5.���A. Diaz Guerra,
agent in this city of tho Colombian
revolutionists today received information from trusted agents who had
reached Venezuela that a bloody battle was fought at Palo Negro in the
latter part of May. The conflict lasted for 17 days. The battle waa drawn
at the end of that period, the insurgents retiring when their ammunition was exhausted, the government
troops being too badly cut up to
pursue the revolutionists.
Ily the Red Liner, Philadelphia,
which arrived here today from Venezuela-, Agent Guerra received a bunch
of information in the form of reports
cables and letters from the scene of
hostilities. These stated that General
Benzjamin Horra, who is attacking
from the Pacific side is at present
oporating in the department of Cau-
cau ; General Cardilla who is advanc
ing from the Atlantic is in the department of San Tandar and in ihe possession of Ocana City Generals Castillo
and Clodmhe have effected a junction
of the forces and are at El Valle in
the department of Mugdalena, and
General Maiio has fought an important battle at Jirardot in the department of Chundinamaran which is in
the'interior of the countiy about 100
miles from Bogota, the capital of Co
lombiii. Important and successful
engagements have been fought by
General Qerrera at Tuinca and Barti-
adoes and other insurgent victories
are reported fiom the southern portion of the department of Caueau.
Great revolutionary army is said to be
operating on the Pacifio side of Columbia. Information which came to
agent Guerra states that Senor Valencia, minister of war, is on his way
to Ououta to take charge of the
government forces on the frontier and
that at Bagota tbe merchants not
wishing to handle any more papui
money, have closed their stores and
that business throughout the country
is at a standstill, senor Guerra says
that he ha�� not for some time received any information concerning the
whereabouts of General Uribewbohas
been appointed by General Vargas
SantoB in supreme command of the
Continuing he said: ''General
Uribe is a personal friend of General
Castro, the president of Venezuela.
They have known each other for
years. Castro lived for a time in Colombia and liis wife is a Columbian.
The friendship and recent meeting
between Castro and General Uribe at
Caiacas has no significance in a revolutionary sense, Tlie Colombian government officials, however, openly
charge that President Castro lias been
aiding the insurgents but such is not
the case. I do not think lie sympathized with the insurgents because
a year ago he ordered tho seizure at
La Guuyra of two of onr warships
whicli had on board 1,0U0 Mann-
lichers rifles, 300 carbines and three
guns, a Maxim, Ilotchkiss and a dynamite piece. The boats and military
stores are still held and if Castro
was on our side they would have been
surrendered before this. At. the battle
fought at Jirardot by General Marin
all the government artillery was cup-
tuied and the regular tioops routed.
The Colombian government has now
in the field about !~>,000 men and the
insurgents outnumber them and are
equally well armod. There will bo no
cause for t'nej United States of Nortli
America to interfere because of the
revolution in Colombia. The Insur
gents will not disturb the operation
of the railroad at the north end or
the digging of the canal at the isthmus."
According to official advices from
Cai-cs received lc .t week, the insurgents havo already ueen defeated
by the government troops,
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 5.���The
exposition building elected during the
boom of 1887 at a cost Oi' over %2M),-
ooo was destroyed hy lire this afternoon.
'Buildings Torn to Pieces ln
Philadelphia Yesterday
Barrel of Gasoline in Grocery
Store Supposed to Have
Been Gause.
" Filadelphia, Pa., Aug.5.���A terrific
oxposion in a block of six buildings
on Locust street, about 11 o'clock tonight completely wrecked five of the
structures and caused the deatli of
from 10 to 20 or more persons. Over
two score of others were more or less
seriously injured. Some of those
taken to the hospitals will die. It'is
estimated thut at least 35 persons
were in the five buildings when the
explosion occurred and the actual
number of dead will probably not be
Known for 24 hours. What exploded
and how it happened is not known,
but is is believed to have been a barrel
of gasoline in one of the three grocery
stores. The front walls of the buildings, with the exception of one building, were blown outward to the
street, while the floors and roofs were
blown upward nnd fell straight to the
ground. Almost every building for
about two locks about the scene of the
explosion had windows shattere and
were    otherwise damaged.
Every building on tbe opposite
side of the street was more or less
wrecked but none of them fell. A
terrible cry went up from the ruins,
the moment   the   explosion   occurred.
Women, children and men could be
seen scrambling from the debris while
..he agonizing ciies of otheis were
heard in the wreckage. From a'l the
surrounding buildings injured people
came running and fell in the street
unconscious. To add to the horror,
fire broke out in the debris the moment it settled to the ground and in
less than five minutes the great pile
was burning fiercely from end to end.
A general alarm was turned in for
file apparatus and ambulances, and
in the meantime the work of rescue
was voluntarily begun by those in
the neighborhood that were not injured. When the firemen reached the
scene, the flames had gained great
headway and were ignting the buildings across the street. The fire, however, was soon under control and with
the exception of a small blaze here
and there, was extinguished in a few
minutes. The work of digging away
the ruins was then begun in earnest.
Near the edge of the debris several
colo-ed men wero taken ont and sent
to the hospitals. While the firemen
and policemen were digging into the
debris and hauling away heavy timbers in several sections of the wreckage, cries wero heard coming from
tho cellar of one of the stores. Fifty
men with rope und tackle were immediately put to work at that point
aud pulled away the roofing and
flooring which had fallen into a mass-
edheap. From tbo bottom of thc pile,
doubled up, were taken a man and a
woman. The man was able to speak,
bu*. the woman was apparently dead.
While the wink of rescue was going
on in the exploded block, hospital
attendants and others made f. search
of all the damaged houses on the opposite side and almost a score of persons were taken to various hospitals
from these places.
The Ferguson and Pennsylvania
hospitals wore soon crowded with tho
injured. None of those taken to the
hospitals have died up to midnight.
Two hundred men aro now at work
clearing away the wreckage. The
buildings containing tha pool
rooms, clothing stoic and restanrant
were three story brick structures
while tho three othor buildings were
two and a half story.
London, Aug. 5.���"Clem" Jenkins
won three races at the Hurst Park
Club August. Bank holiday meeting
today, taking the Hurst Park handicap with Frank Gardner's Bidder, tho
Mortlak.' handicap with Nippon and
the Scurry two-year-old plate with
Mr, Gardner's Angering. At the
same meeting tbe Karlsfield selling
plate was won by Escurial. Richard
(Jroker's Minnie Dee, (J. lloilf) won
the Sultry plate  at   the  lliimingham
Frank Tamblyn of this city, returned recently from his mining
claims in the Ymir district, in close
proximity to the celebrated Ymir
mine. For somo years he has held
this property without having realized
i's value, and it has therefore practically remained undeveloped. Recently two claims lying between his claim,
the Joplin and the Y'mir property,
haue been bonded for a large sum of
moaey. In the event of the property
being purchased by the Chicago company who have it in bond, they will
erect a plant on it and will work the
mine themselves. The Pat, Carthage and L. M. Fractional, consitute
the property under bond and thc Joplin immediately adjoins the I.. M.
Fractional. The Ymir ledge has been
traced through the bonded property
and to the very edge of the Joplin. A
number of men have been set to work
to develop the claim and follow up
the ledge, which has every indication
of extending across the claim as it
has been found that the celebrated
Ymir ledge extends in a comparatively straight line, across the whole
property, with every indication of being as rich in mineral as the one
whioh has done so much to make the
Ymir camp one of the best known in
British Columbia.
Dowager Empress Frederlck.
i     of Germany Breathes
Her Last.
Welcome Release From Suffering to Victoria's Eldest
H. R. Bellamy, of this city returned
on Saturday evening last from a trip
to the oil boring operations, which
are being curried on at Grand Forks
under his direction Asked in regard
to the report that the worie was being
discontinued lie said that there was
no truth in the story, The work is he-
ing pushed ahead as rapidly as circumstances will allow. There are
obstacles, however, altroady encountered which will tend to retard the
work which for some time cannot be
continued as rapidly as has beon the
case in the past. Boring has been done
to one hundred feet depth, but owing
to the fact that gravel is filling in
in addition to an unexpected contact
with water, tbe work has been
somewhat interfeired with When
plans have been oompleted to overcome these difficulties work will be
continued as heretofore. The evidences of the existence of oil in that
region are as strong as they ever
were, and while it was not anticipated that the operations would bo carried on without difficulties, the fact
of their arising has not diminished
their confidence   in   the  undertaking.
Erie, Aug. 5.���John Thorburn of
this place, has been appointed constable here. He is a Royal Artilleryman, having served soven years with
the colors, and is well known and respected.
Rev. E. W.Stapleford, who has been
conducting the Methodist services at
this point, preached his farewell sermon on Friday lust. At tho close of
the service he was presented by the
eongregotion witli a weli filled purse
of money in recognition of his services. On Saturday evening the miners at tbe Ymir mine presented him
with a similar token of their appre
ciation, and also an address.
Mr. Htapleford leaves on Wcdncsdav
for Vancouver, where he will have
charge of thc Homer street Methodist
church for hix weeks. Fiom there he
will leave for Toronto, where he,will
resume his studios. Prior to liis departure tho ladies of his congregation
in Ymir will give him a farewell social, which will be held this evening
at tlio Methodist church.
Louisville, Ky., Aug. 5.���A special
from London, Ky., says a party of
abont 80 men, nearly equally divided,
have engaged in a rille fight on
Tancaid ranch. It is said the Staplo-
tonB and Hamptons were on one. sine
and the Benges on the other, owing to
an old feud. Perry Hampton and Telford Benges are reported to havo been
badly wounded. Further trouble is
The Baptist church has organized a
Sabbath School Teaohors' class,
which will bo conducted weekly at the
Baptist church on Thursday evening.
Mrs. Rattray has heen appointed to
conduct the exercises and a hearty invitation is extended to nil teachers of
the other Sabbath schools to attend
the exercises. The Intornntional lessons course will be followed.
Cowes, Aug. 5.���King Edward received the official news of the death
of the Dowager Empress Frederick on
board the Royal yacht today. Tho
yacht's flag was immediately half
masted. King Edward and Queen
Alexandria will leave here for
Marlborough house tomonow. It is
not likely they will start for Berlin
until Wednesday.
Cronberg, Aug. 6 ���At 8 o'clock
this evening Emperor William eon
ducted the members of the Dowager
Empress household into tho death
chamber and led them one by one past
the bedside to take a last farewell of
their mistress.
Cronberg, Aug. 5.���Closely following the announcement of the death.
bells were lolled and flags half mast-
ed. Visitors to the castle began inscribing their names in a book placed
for the purpose in the hall. It is
said that the immediate cause of
death was dropsy accompanying the
cancer. The remarkable vitality of
the Dowager Empress astonished her
physicians. She retained consciousness to the end. The castle grounds
aro surrounded by soldiers and patrolled by Hussars and mounted police.
The blinds are drawn in the windows
of many residences, and all flags wero
at half mast. A little later, the
principal stieeet of Hainbuig was fill
ed with shoppers buying black. Then
came word that the news was false.
There seems little doubt that the
message came from Friederchshoff,
although no one seems to know.
Court Marshal Uaupt, who gave out
the inaccurate announcement has been
summoned to Cronberg. The false
news was telegraphed wildly and
many German cities displayed signs of
mourning, When the official contradiction was sent it was scarcely believed. Soon after nightfall Hmperor
William, accompanied by the Empress and tho Crown Prince drove
back to Homburg. Whether tho body
will lie in state has not yet been
determined. The details for its removal to be interod by the side of tbe
remains of Emperor Frederick will bo
discussed iu Homburg tomorrow. Tho
Dowager Empress knew her days wero
few. She had said farewell to most
of her servants, asking their wishes
when she would be gone. It is understood she has arranged for the
future of noarly eveiy one of them.
She'had expressed a desirei that
not much should be known by the public concerning her disease, lest some
should be saddened by the knowlodgo
of her sufferings. There was much
reluctance in summoning King Edward, as it was not desired that he
should have a long wait.
Nothing But Routine Business  Transacted By Members.
A short session of thc city fathers
last evening disposod of the business
in short order. It only occupied
twenty minutes from the appointment of Alderman Hamilton to tho
chair to the closing motion to ad��
journ tlie council for two weeks.
The only busincs transacted was the
passing of the report of the finance
committee, authorizing the payment
of accounts to tho amount of $'-,881
the granting of powers to tho city
clerk to procure an assistant, in the
preparation and collection of thc assessments, and also the expending of
the sum of $150 to repair the road to
the new school site, on black 40. An
amusing incident occurred in connection with tho council meeting. The
mayor met one of thc councillors,after
the meeting was over, and Informed
him that he could not be present at
the meeting. His surprise on being
informed that the council bad met
and transacted all the business can bo
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Perusal of the Eastern press makes
it more apparent every day the question of Oriental immigration to tbis
Province will shortly become a very
live question. Two a"ti passed by
the local Legislature,one "to regulate
immigration into liritisli Columbia,"
and tne othei "relating to employment on works can ied on under franchises g ran Un? by private acts,'' will
undoubtedly lie disallowed by the
Dominion Government on account of
the restrictions they pnt on Japanese
immigration to br'tish Columbia.
The Toronto tllobe, the chief Government organ, in discussing their prospects, says:" Mr. SHimi/.u.tho Japanese
Consul on thc Pacific coast, has addressed some polite but firmly-worded
remonstrances to tho Dominion Government, respecting the law, and
the Japanese Government has also protested to tbe liritisli foreign oflice
through the usual diplomatic channels. The retention of the law on the
Statute book would give grave offence
to Japan and seriously interfere with
the amicable understanding which
prevails between the Government of
that country aud tbo Imperial authorities. Tbe British foreign ollice, and
Mr. Chamberlain have cabled to Ottawa setting fuith Imperial objections
to the liritisli Columbia act. There
scums scarcely any doubt but. that the
disallowance of the act will follow the
consideration of the subject by the
cabinet. Tho second bill, in its operation, excludes Japanese from employment on certain Provincial works, and
it is also likely to meet the same
T,. c,?; English Sole Leather Trunks, State Room Trunks, Suit
Cases, Bureau Trunks, All Kinds of Trunks-
Solid Leather Valises, Kit Bags, Hand Bags, English Club
Bags, Telescope Cases, Every Shape and Style is
Come and See Our
New Arrival of
Beautiful Framed
Art Productions.
What will be tlio end of those great
industrial strikes'.' Whither are we
drifting'.' These are questions that,
even tho extreme beat of the dog days
does not keep the press of the world
from discussing. Theie is a regular
epidemic of labor troubles sweeping
over tbis continent and no one seems
able to Intelligently prophesy what
the outcome will be. frof. Goldwin
Smith, Canada's greatest writer and
philosopher, says: "Society at home
is threatened on its industrial side
with perils whicli touch us more nearly than anything in another part of
thc world Wc lire in danger of being
ground between an upper and a lower millstone. The upper millstone is
the colossal greed of the capitalist.
who seeks to sweep all profit into his
owd coffers by destroying the freedom of product inn and making himself tho sole arbiter of price. The
nether millstone is unionist monopoly
whicli puts an end lo the freedom of
labor. It is ililliciilt to say of whicli
side the victory wonld be most injurious to tbe community. I'.iitliei than
go under tin' yoke of either, the
Community may be driven to create a
power strong enough to save it from
both "
They have their Japanese exclusion
agitation on tbe other side of the
line, too. In referring to it Tlie Chicago Post says: "llul, Japan has been
accorded full .quality as a member of
tin, family of nations. Her work in
Cbinft has merited and received universal praise. Bhe bas acted like a
truly civilized power, and discrimination against ber would be iinjiislillable
and preposterous. Congress will not
entertain any proposal for a Japanese
exclusion net. The 'agitation' is a
llarh in tlie pan."
TELEPHONE    NO.   13.
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Right Prices
New Goods Arriving Every Day
When our new stock is complete we will have by far the FINEST DISPLAY OF FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
ver shown to the public of Nelson.
Call anel see our Rattan Chairs, Baby Carriages, Go  Carts,  Morris
Chairs, Verandah Chairs, etc.
Call Early.  They are
Selling Fast.
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Book Co., Ltd.
len, ex-M. P., rose up in tho House
of Commons and loudly demanded the
abolition of the Senate, which he
characterized as a useless expense.
Now he is pulling every wire in sight
to get into that body. Thc case being altered , alters the case.
If those towns on; the Royal route
would refrain entirely from presenting addresses to the Duke of York
and Cornwall be would undoubtedly
havo a warm spot in his heart for
Canada forever. It is a, silly habit,
and must be unbearably tiresome for
tlio recipient.
Tlie efforts of tho heads of the contending sides of the big steel strike
to bring aboat a settlement havo proved fruitless and a long struggle is anticipated. The Kostiland strike is in
about tho same position as its esteemed eastern contemporary.
A delightful tonic���Ironbrew.
li. L. Hlobardson, tlie unseated   In-
ent member for Lisgar, is about to
organize a third Tarty in Dominion
polities.  The third party will  run for
Lisgar again, if  ii  is  defeated will
probable disorganize and go back to
newspaper work. All attempts at
third parlies in Dominion or Provincial polities in Canada have proved
distinct (allotos an.I there is nothing
new about tbis latest move to guarantee   it sucecHs,
Han Francisco's misfortune i;
Seattle's opportunity. While the union strikes in tbe foi mar city ate
tying un tlie shipping indiislry the
Port of .Seattle ih having more to do
iban it can well manage. Seattle is
destined to be a great city am! the
Han Francisco strike is rapidly iiHsiM,-
Jng it.
Tiuiu was when    Mi. James iMcMul-
Manitoba Free Press: Tho grant
of ��100,000 to Lord Kobe-Is may seem
a large amount, but it is small -in.
comparison with tbo grants mado to
the Duko of Wellington. The Duke
received in all three parliamentary
grants for bis Peninsular and Waterloo victories. The lirst was after Ta-
lavera, when, on being raised to the
peerage, bo was voted ��2,000 a year.
Next, tbe capture of Ciiidad Houriego
biouglit him his earldom and a further annuity of .-_,ooo. In 1814, after Bonaparte's banishment to Elba,
Wellington was created a Duko, with
the option ot either an annuity of
1113,000 or, In liun, a lump sum of -���Kill,
iioo for Ihe purchase' of an estale.
Finally   after   Waterloo,   parliament
voted im adilit.lonul grant of Hi (Kit).
Thus at the age of forty-six Wellington found himself an extremely
wealthy man, for the emperors and
kings of the "emancipated states of
I'.uropc vied with each other in showering upon him priceless jewels and
oilier iiinfet'ial gifl,s,as well as princedoms and similar til lei-..
Itevclstoku Herald: I'or years tne
business men of KevelHloke bave been
Complaining of the freight rates
Oharged by the C. P. R. From a letter from Mr. McLean, the commissioner mi railway rate grievances appointed by tbe 11,,minimi f.government,
it is clear thai, the time to make tlioir
complaints effective has come. Perhaps "ell'eetivo." is ru'her a Strong
Word to use ir, connection with a government commission but at all events
the time litis colne when these complaints can bu poured not into thu
cold, unsympathetic ear of a C. P. 11.
general superintendent or tratlic manager, but into the imp_rtinl auricular nrcniliiec of an independent.expert
for such we are given to understand
Mr. McLean is. If we do not make
our roar good now, il will be a case
of ever after holding our peace, since
silence Will certainly be claimed by
tbe 0. P. H. as satisfaction with tho
existing conditions. Neither will it
serve one turn to put a vague, disjointed statement of the grievances.
The brief on our side must lie properly got np and presented wil.h the facts
aria figures marshalled to the out advantage io support  our  ootitentionsi
If the business men of ltevoh.toke will
only lake the trouble tbis can be doiiuJ
ami if nothing comes cf il,.'>k all event
we shall   have placed ourselves worthily on record.
No Discovery in medicine has ever
created one quarter of the excitement
that has been caused by Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. It's
severest tests have been on hopeless
victims of Consumption, Pneumonia,
Hemorrhage, Pluerisy and Bronchitis,
thousands of whom it has restored lo
perfect health.J For Coughs. Colds,
Asthma, Croup, Hay Fever, Hoarseness and Whooping Cough it is the
qiuekest, surest euro in the world. It
is sold by Canada Drug & book Co..
who guarantee satisfaction or refund
money. Large bottles Title and $1,00,
Trial bottles free.
Made by Thorpe & Co.���Ironbrew.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Motu.rcal
Al-iu. Line AuH.rul.~..an Auk. 17
Allan   Line Protoriun Auk. 21
Allan Line Tuuisian Auk M)
Beaver Lino IjakoCliaiiiplnin Auk, Hi
Beaver Line Lake Mi^anllc Auk. Z\
From Portland, Mo.
Dominion Lino Dominion  AUffUBtlO
Dominion Lino Cainbrnnmii. Auk- 17
From Boston
Dominion Lino Now KnRland  .AtiKustJ.
Dominion Lino Commonwealth Auk. 28
From Now York
W liito Slur Lino Celt ic Auk. 1:1
While Star Lino Majestic Auk. II
Whlto Htar Line Oceanic Auk. 21
t'iniiiiil Lino Campania Auk- 10
Cunard Linn Umbria Auk. 17
American Line  Ht. l_ouii. Auk. U
Anchor Lino Anchoria Auk- 17
French Lino Ln HrelnK-to Auk. 15
Ihuiiliiii'j: Aiiii'i lean AiJKiMo Victoria Au;:. 15
N. G. L. Kal'orln Maria ThQMwUt Auk. 18
For fnrthor pnrMoiilar.! apply to
clly I'u .Bi'iii. ir Annul, Nolson, B. 0,
W. P. Y. CUMM1NQ8.
General H.~. Au..,ti O.H.K. OIII-oh. Winning
T. (1. Procter's household is now I'or
rein by the day or week, Special rates
far family patties, Pirst-elnss cook
aod attendant in oharge. Rates $2.0(1.
per day. Parties can get oil'(I. p. Il
boats cither going or returning [join
Kootenay Landing. The boat fop tho
next tWO weeks will he stationed id,tlie
mouth of Midge anil neighboring cricks,
where n big catch of rainbows is
ussiired. Apply to T. U. Procter, Bakiii'
Htreet, for further information.
Certificate of Improvements
"Dora." Mineral Olaim, situate in the
Nelson Mining Division ol West Kootenay District.
Where lonuted: on Craig Monulain, near
Take notioe that I, John D. Anderson, P. L. 8.. of Trail, It. 0., agent for
Herbert Porter, Pree Miner's oer-
tilicate Mo. K fiiilllll, intend lin days
(rom the   date   hereof, to npply to tbe
Mining Recorder for n certificate <,f
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Grown Grant o{ the above
And further take notice that notion,
nnder seotion 117 must, be conimeueed
before tlie issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated thiH 1st day of July A. D.,
Reynolds' Livery   Stable
Will Be Sold Cheap
Three years lease on  ground
property   at $10.00
per month.
Apply to
, i, mm, Apt
Baker Street.
J. G. NELSON, Manager.
Furniture Dealers,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Oak Center Tables,
Oak Leather Seated Fancy Rockets
Elm Folding- Tables
" .�� *l
Cane Verandah Chairs
" "       Rockers    -
TS To wake room for cur Pall stock of Carpets and Rugs will go at   ST-
^S    Cost.   To clear,  Uuby Carriages and Go Carts, less than cost. jt
Worth $3.50 for 2.50
" $5.00 for 3.75
" $6.00 tor 4.50
" $4.50 for 3.75
. $5.00 for 3.75
" S6.00 for 4 25
" $6.00 for 4.50
.' $6.50 for 4.75
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
Rates to all railway and
lake points.
General Agent
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors west
C.P.R   offices.
West Transfer Co.
Goal ��� Wood
Best   Fir and  Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Oflice on   Ilakor Street Tel. !~i
In the matter of the Estate of William Thomas Readies, lale of tho
town of Hnlmo, British Columbia,
deoeased, int..state.
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to
tho "Trustees and Exoontora' Aot
thai, all creditors and others having
claims against tlie estate of the said
Willin 111 Thomas lleadlos who died At
Nelson. 11. C, on the 17th day of
April, mill, aie required on or before
tbe 80th Llay of August, Unit, to sund
hy post prepaid, or deliver to the nil
ttersigiu'd, solicitors for the iidminls-
trator of the estate of tlie said deceased at Nelson, II. (.:,, their Christian
ntitues and surnames, addresses and
descriptions, the full particulars of
their claims, the statement of their
accounts,and the nature of the sucuri
tics if any, held l.y tlinra.
And fin Iber take notiee that after
such last mentioned date the Administrator will proceed to distribute the
assets of the said deeeasud among the
jiarties entitled thereto, having regard only t.i the claims of which he
shall have then hnd notice, and tbat he
will nol he liable for tbe said assets
or any pact thereof, to any person or
persons of whose claims notice shall
not have been reecved by him at the
lime of such distribution.
Doted at Nelson, B.C.', this IStn day
of July, mm.
~lAi;ix)NAi,n & .ioiinson,
Solicitors hir ,1 times Lawrence, ad-
minislriiti.r of the cstute of the said
decerned intestate.
If there is anything you requlrs.ask
fpr   it   iu   lb . voluains of the Miner.
call ON THE
' nnd try a bottlo, a douce, or a barrel of
1 CALGARY BEER a* II In llio best, and
,-lieu.i..- ; uli thu market,. AIho try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
Telophwd Id linker St., NcIboii
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn nnd Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C, Block, Ward Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Branch Markets in lie;. ..land, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, Now Denver and Slooan City.
Order* by mail to ��. v branch will have careful _*4 oranuit attention.
Our stock is now complete in the above lines.    Call and be
convinced that the most complete stock
is carried  by the
f NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON. B. C.
t Gold, Silver-Lead  and  Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
. FREE  MILLING   GOLD  properties  wanted at once for Eastern
t    Investors.
I Parties  having  niininp  property for  sale are   requested to send
r    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   ir.cn   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
Tol.Dhone No. 104.   P. O. Box 700. NELSON, B. 0.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which In Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up Capital,  Sh.iiiki.oou,   Reserve  Fund,  sa.ono.ooo,
Aggregate  Resources Over 805,000,000,
HON. GEO. A. OOX, President.      B. S. WAl.lilili, Muuorul lianagor.
London Oillcc: 60 Lombard Street, B- C.
New York OHlce! 16 Exchange Place.
Anil 08 bra.o_o( In (.tnmula and thu Unlli'il Btatei, lnoludln~:
Atlin GmcuNwoon Nkliov Sandon
Ohaniihook        K-JttOOl. Nkw Wkhtminstkb   V_NOOOV__
J.KIIN1B Nanaimo Uosm-anii Viutokia
iINlTKD _'J'ATKB-Nkw Yuan, San Kuancisco, hkatti.k, I'iihtland, Skaqway,
Savings Bank Department.
Dopmits Hoccivod mid Intercut Allowed, Present Hate 8 l'er Cent
Nelson Branch.
i **w**^ * *^B **W**w* *0 ��� *mw **9 h
GKANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
Mines Examined and Reported On.
Mining Engineer.
Koom 4. K.-W.-O. lilock,
Nei.hon, 1$. 0.
Windermere Mlaen.  CorroHpondonooBollclloil
WIN~>J~~ MJiliH, j~ U
Brewers of pinn Lager
Beor arid Porter.
Nfllaon. B. O.
I liuve a largo warehouse and am
prepared .a'store all kinds of goods,
frasser's Second Hand Stole, Ward
���Street. Nelson  Ba.W llitti Tu*~ihy Aucu~. 6, igoi
_l,_-L.i.~iin.-��_,_.i.i ii.iI_h._ii.it-- .mil. Vftr. i.Lfiri1li-''l'M^'-. '���"
Interesting   Epistle
.lack Klaney.
Mr. John Illaney, of Nelson, receiv-
ixl the following letter from his son
Trooper J. G. B. Rlaney who is serving in tho Constabulary in South Africa :
Vereeninging, Transvaal. June, 1901.
Hear Father,���We are having lots of
hard mnreliing and plenty of excite-
ment where we are now. The Uoers
are both lively and numerous around
the Vunll River here and we have lost
three sentries, killed; and a number
of iv.tr men have neon sick since landing til the Cape, namely Oscar Rob
Inson, George Partridge, Bill Thoiup
son and Sam Conclin, aud quite a few
others from other points iii Kootenay.
So far since leaving I have not known
a moment's sickness, but I take particular eare of myselt anil don't fill up
on muddy water after a maroh like
most of the other fellows do, hut I
always contrive to boil it, oven at the
risk of n CI fine for lighting a fire,
which is not allowed out of town or
camp. The nights are very cold and
thc days burning hot, but from what
I have seen it is a fine antl healthy
climate. As regards mounted police
duty 1 may state that wo are doing
.avalry and scouting work and we
are always at the front of the column,
and two miles ahead, drawing the fire
from any kopjes that may bold Boers
or an ambush, which tho beggars are
continually trying to get us in. We
lwuilnotliiiigof what is going on elsewhere in the shape of fighting or
what is going on at home nol having
received any mail since leaving Ottawa, but we are expecting the mail
to catch up to us boforo very long. A
column of 400 mounted infantry commanded by a snob of a major, marched out from V'ereonging on the pretense of exercise, but really he wont
out to shoot and bring back game for
the officers' laider. Ilis scouts nnd
sergeants warned him for half an hour
that the mounted men approaching
were Hoers, but he laughed at them
and said: "If you think you can
talk better than I can you had better
change   places and horsos with   mo."
In the meantime the Boers had
flanked them on both sidps and commenced a withering rille fire on thorn,
Ihe result being the killing of Capt.
Sectt and 10 troopeis, 1!) severely
wounded 20 horses shot, .10 horses cap-
tuied, HOt roopers captured, including
the brave major who l~tt his nion in
horrible confusion and galloped towards home, but was cut off by the
liners and stripped with all tho other
men to the skin and told to get.nll by
7.'. Boer farmers. It is supposed by
our officers that they would have beeu
wiped out if it had not been for our-
timoly arrival, when the Hoers took to
their heels in great shape. They didn't lose a man,and this is onl y one of
many Boer victories which are never
chronicled unless someone of importance is killed, There is to much saluting, polo, cricket,and Stand-Up collars bore among the offioei-s.and the
enemy come and help themselves to
stores and live stock while tbo oiHcers
arc dining at tlie hotel.
MUAt aMi>_ _,:__���... ot r_m-�� nm��H
Highest Honors, World's Fal.
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
A vi.I.l  linking Fowlers  containing
alum.   Th.y oro injui iou* tu li.-iillli
The certificates of work issued at
the Oold Commissioner's oflice yesterday were: Reid, Santa Rosa, Shamrock Fractional, to H. C. Stewart;
Oold Stnadard, to H. H. Kelly; Evan
geline, to Harry B. Woolaver, ,Tulip
to H G.Shaw. The following locations
were also recorded: Ella, about three
miles south of Nelson, adjoining the
north boundary of the Lizzie, located
by J. J. Driseoll; Lizzie, three miles
south of Nelson, and adjoining the
east boundary of the Lacknofv, to J.
J. Driscoll.
"I was troubled for several years
with chronic indigestion and nervous
debility," writes P. J. Green, of
Lancaster, N. II., "No remedy helped
me until I began using Electric Hit
ters, which did me more good than all
the medicines I ever used. They
have also kept my wife in excellent
health for years. She says Electric
Hitters are just splendid for female
troiihles; that they are a grand tonic
and invigorator for weak, run down
women. No other medicine can take
its placo in onr firmly." Try them.
Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Canada Drug  & Hook Co.
The most miserable beings in the
world are those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Moie
than seventy-five per cent, of the people in the United States are afflicted
with these two diseases and tbeir
effects; such as Sour Stomach, Sick
Headache, Habitual Costiveness, Palpitation of the Heart, Heart-hum.
Waterbrash, Gnawing and Ilurning
l'ains at the Pit of the Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated Tongue aud Disagreeable Taste in the Mouth Coming
up of Food after Eating, Low Spirits,
etc. Go to your Druggist and get a
bottle of August Flower for 75 cents.
Two doses will relieve you. Try it.
Gat Green's Prize Almanac.
Nelson Opera
Tuesday, August 6th
50 PEOPLE  50
2   BANDS   2
A Carload of Scenery
Four Big Comedians, viz.
Special train of Pullman   Palace
Strongest Singing Turn ever
introduced by a Minstrel
Magnificent    Freo    Street
takes plaoe at 2.30 p. m.
Seats on sale at Macdonald's.
I       & CO.        I
I      MADDEN    BLOCK       I
j  Cigars- 1
Tobacco I
X Phone 117 ��
*********** ***************
iricn ra
To All Eastern Points via
Lake Route, All-Rail or Soo
Line, via St. Paul or Chicago.
BUFFALO. $76.00.
Sixty    Days'    Limit.
Good going August 6th, 20.
Through Sleeping Cars Kootenay Ldg. to Toronto. Arrowhead to Vancouver.
For pamphlets descriptive of Canadian Pacific tours and for Time Tables,
Rates,  Tickets,  apply
H. L. Bbown,
Oity Passenger Agent.
J. 8, Oahtkb,
Die. Pass. Agt.
E. J. Coyle,
A. G. P. A.
Cooling  and   refreshing���Ironbrew.
No  harmful
ingredients   in���Iron-
If yon don't like Blue Eibbon Tta it's
because you never tasted it.
Will pay the highest, cash price for all
kinds of seoond hand goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, Btoves, oarperta,
-noking utensils, bought in household
qnnntities. Also oast off clothing.
Call and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box -OO. Hall
~��<-eet- Nolium.  H   O.
Georgia Minstrels   Delight a Crowded
Bouse Uist Night.
A crowded house greeted the Georgia Minstre'.s at the Opera "house last
night, and the large audience thoroughly enjoyed   the various numbers.
The first part included a number of
new and very funny jokes and several
musical numbers of more than ordi-
naiy merit.. The ballad "One Yoar
Ago" sung by R. L. Molson, who has
a Hplcndid baritone voice, was probably the beslk number. Mr. Slieids���
King of thu slack wire���did some
clever and during work and performed
several unique   feats.
The Alabama (.uaitelto rendered
several selections in flno style and
tbeir singing wus one of the features
of tbe evensing. Ilousely Bros., with
llieir musical novelties delighted the
auilii'iiee especially with their al.mi-
mnii chimes. The parade of the
Ilia ik Watch wus a decided novelty
and t, he expert and accurate movements in thu intricate drill were very
much eujoyod. Lew Croft and Ed
'1'iilliver looked after the monologue
fiul of the olio in n very cnpablo man-
nor and sang several songs in good
"tylo The concluding number was a
"cry laughable sketch, "Fun on the
"Id Plantation aud Trouble in the
Chicken Coop," which brought roars
of laughter and applausu and rounded
out what was tn everyone a very en
joyahla evoning.
The company has de.ldad to repeat
the entertainment tonight when the
price of admission for children will
he reduced to -.lc The opera liouse
should be packed again tonight as the
"how is a very enjoyable ono and will
givo anyone two solid hours of
The   Fern   Hold   Mining  &.   Milling
Company, Limited   Liability.
An' Extraordinary Oeneral   Meeting
of the   Fern Uold Mining  &.   Milling
Compaay, Limited    Liability, will b
held at the company's  offices,   linker
street. Nolson,   British   Columlia, on
Monday the   30th day   of   August, A.
D., 1001, at the hour of 2.30 o'clock in
the afternoon.
The objects of the meeting are:
To ratify   nnd   confirm   the   action
of the   directors   of   the  company in
granting   Patrick   Joseph   Nichols   a
lease  aud  option    on  assets of   the
company   on   tho    terms   und   conditions mentioned in said  lease and option.
Dated this 24l.h day of July,   A   I).,
By Order of the Board.
J. 0. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C.
mining districts.
BaKer Street
Nelson. B. c.
A. R. BARROW, a. ml ok
Provincial  Land Surveyor
Corner Viotoria and Kootenay Ste.
P.O. Box . Toleolimie No.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to O. L. USNNQX Baku. St
Nelson Electric Tramway Go.
FAKES���Cash, 10 cents.
Tickets, 10 for 50 cents.
SERVICE���Every 20 minutes, leaving
park and up-town terminus at 7
a. in. to lO.-O p.in. Early car leaves
H. B. Stores (1:15 a, in.
TRAINS���Ours meet 10.35 a.m. and
6.45 p m., and outgoing only on
SPECIAL���Tiro public are requested
to stop ears only on the fur side of
cross streets; not to ride on, enter
or leave by front platform! also to
motion by band if they intend to
board the ear, and to notify conductor u short distance before they
wish to leave.
COMPLAINTS���Will receive prompt
atteution at the Company's offloe,
Vernou Stieet, Oily.
Ad..ertiHemGnt-i inserted unttor t ui.- head al
the rate of ouo cont a word por inflertion. No
advert! Homnn. lakon for Iu.h than 26 cent*.
Situation Wanted itdverti .omenta inserted
three times free of charRO.
BARGAIN!���Up-to-date  ladies' Hart-
ford bicycle for sale   cheap,    Money
talks.    Apply Bike,  Miner.
Are you in want? If you are, tell
the people, through The Miner want
column, what you are in want of.
Vou'll get it.
KOOM TO RENT in K. W. C. Block,
on July 1st, corner room facing
Baker and Ward street. Two rooms
en suitu on Ward St., and two inside
rooms. Furnished or unfurnished.
Mrs. V; 3. Squire.
TO REN T.���Rooms and ollice  in   Clement,   Hillyer bloek.    Apply to   the
Nelson Electric Tramway offices.
ROOM and board in   private tfaraily.
Apply ou Silica  street, second   door
west of Ward.
ROOM for   rent at
Silica street.
Mrs.   Melieath's,
FOR    SALE.���Pianos,
for sale or rent.    Big
ada Drug & Book do.
Used     pianos
values.    Can-
FOR SALE.���One   pair, of geese,   one
trio of Pekin ducks, two dozen   live
pigeons,.    Address   K.     Hendershott,
Waneta, Ii. C.
NELSON Employment Agency, llaker
street.    Phone .78.    3. II. Love.
WANTED.���Hotel cook, $75.    Waiter.
Railroadmen   for Lardo,   $2.25   and
$2.50.      Woman     cook.     Waitresses.
Laundry Girl.
Contracts taken   for   Diamond  Core
WESTERN Canadian Employment
Oflice.    Phone   270.   II. A.   'Prosser.
WANTED.���Railroad laoorers. Girls
for   housework.    Woman   to   Cook.
LOST���85 Reward. Tho person finding a silver chain, which was lost
between Astley's boat house and Carbonate street, via Phair hotel, Thursday night, and returning the same to
H. Ii., care of Miner oflice will receive the above reward.
IKK- IHillliia <~>KI Fro. irl Ji-sWc are
anxious to secure a Tew Tree nillUtiK isnlil
properties nt once. 'The Prospector ~ Exchange, Nelson, B. ���', Koom I, H.-W.-C,
A large number of good residential
building sites adjacent to the lines of
their tramway, chteily in the southern portion of the city to be sold on
easy terms.
Apply   Tramway      Ollice,    Vernon
Managing Secretary.
Spokane Fal.s &
Northern R'v.
Nelson & Fort
Sheppard! R'v,
Red Mountain R'v.
Is    lame    or    interferes
bring  him   to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop, Jo
sephine Street
By the week from $5 to SS.
By the day *i.oo.
J. V. O'l-ATOHUN. Pfod.
Winnipeg One Fare Round
August 20th to 28th
On Account of Medical Association Convention.
���Mr. Hon Ilodg-'s residence on Mill
street with four lots; live rooms down
stairs, three bedrooms and large
bathroom upstairs, furnace just put
in���A well built and comfortable
home.    Terms of payment   easy.
See also list of houses and lots for
sale and residences for rent at door of
our otlices next to MoArthur's on Baker street.
��;0_1I-SII.V~IM'��IT~K l.i: ill!    Ml.,,-,    llli.I
prospcr.tH wanted. Send report uml Humpies to tur l"ro��pc<-.tor"ii ExrliaiiRi,. Nelson.
11.11.   It 1 1 li. w. .. block.
N. M. OtiuiniinH, LesHeo���Every known
vnrioly of soft drinks. P (J llox 88. Telephone
No. 31. Hoover Btreet, Neluon. fcottloi. of tho
lauioua SU Loon Hot SprinKs .Mineral Water
/ A. Macdonaldl���Architects uud superlu
toudants, Broken Hill mock, corner Baker aud
ward Street*}, Nolson
HJ. EVANS Sc CO.���Bator Stroot, Nol
��� son���Wholesale dealers in liquors, ci-
gar . cement, lire bnok and Ure clay, water
pipe and bteel rails, aud general couiuiission
Wholesale and retail dealer* Ui grain,
liuy, (lour, feed. Mills at Viotoria, New West
minster; Kiluiontoo, Aim. Elevators on Oal-
_ury und Edmonton Railway. Manufacturer*
of the celebruted B. Sc ii. brand coreulH.
MACDONALD   & Co.-Corner  Kron
���   and Hall Sti.el~���Wholesale Kroner
and jobbers in bltuikotH, glove*, niilu,, boots
rubbers, maekinaws and minors' sundries.
P  BURNS Sc Co.-Bakor Stroot, Nolson���
���   Wholo*alo dealer* lu frosh aud curod
moats.   Cold Storage,
Baker Street, Nolson���Wholesale doa ���
ur* in fre*h and out-od muuU,.
Street, Nelson ��� Wholesale dealars Id
hardware, luinor*' supplies, Hportlug goods
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Van
couver Hardware Co, Ltd.) Baker Streot,
Nelson���Wholesalo dealers in hurdwaro aud
mining supplies, plumber*' nnd tiusmltbH' *up
_Jl paints, oils and glli**; Inoehanios' tool*.
Agonts foi Ontario Powder Works; if namito
About that second hand article of
yours. Vou'll sell it if you'll adver
tise it in The Miner want col .mn
NELSON LODGE    No, 23, A. F. &
���M. meets Hocond Wednesday in
month.   Visiting brothern wolcomo
I. O. O. F. Kootonay Lodge
No. 16, meotn ovory Monday night,
at their Hall, Kootonay street
Sojourning Odd Follow* cordially invitod.
John A. Mcliac, N.O.   I). W. Rutherford, V.G
Fred J. Squire, Per. Sec.
Notaon Royal Arch Chapter No. 123,0. lt. O.
Meet* third Wednesday. Sojourning compnn
ions invitod. Goorge Johnstone, Z. E. W,
MatthoWB, 8. E.
The newest and best summer drink-
Our Fresh Boasted Coffee BeBt of
Quality, us follows ;
Java and Arabian Mooha, por pound $ 10
Java and Mooha Blond, 3 pounds  1 00
Flno Sttllt/OH, I pounds 1 00
Santos Blond, 0 pounds  1 00
Our Hpoolallllnnd, II pounds  1110
Our Rio Roost, Opoun.ls 1 0(1
A TRIAL OKHF.lt >.i>M<:lT~.0.
Kelson,      -     b�� g��
Buffalo and Return
Good for sixty days, first
and third Tuesday, August,
September and October.
Through passenger trains between Spokane and Nelson. Buffet
service between Spokane and
Leave DAY TKAIN Arrive
!i ;0t) a.m Spokane 7 ;;ir> p.10
12 :::5 p.m Kossland I :lll p.ui
1(1:10 u.m Nelson 0;OB p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Waari
Aaeiit. Nelson. B.C.
Subscribers in Kaslo
S. Saviouus IK.nui.ihh] Chuikih���Cornor
Ward and Billea Sin. Sundays: Holy Communion 8 a. iu.; and on the l^t and :inl Sundays
in the monlh after Mall inn; Mattina al 11_iv.ni.;
Sunday School 2,90 11.111.; Kvcwiong7.30. Dally:
Mattt__a.tB.80 a. 111. Thursday! and Saint��
Ilnysi Holy Communion 10 a. in. Fridays:
KviawoiiB 7.30 11. ni��� followed by choir prao-
lice. H. S. Akehurst, Hector. Prod Irvine,
Oeo, Joliustonn, Wardens.
Catholic Ciiuiieii -Corner Ward anil Mill
BtroetS Mass every Hunilay at 8 anil 10.00 a.m
Benediction at 1.30 p.m.   Mass overy wcok day
al7.lfia.ui.   Rov.   Katliur ..urlnnd Rector.
I'llKHliVTKIUAN Cliuitl.ll- Services at 11 a.m
and 7.30 p.m. Suniluy School at 2.30 p.m.
Prayor mooting Thurmlay evoning ut, 8 n.m.:
Christian Endeavor Soi'lol.y meet- overy 'I ues-
day ovonlng oil 8 o'clock. Rev. R. Frew,
l'ustor. _   .
M_TBOntrC Cuuuoil���Comer Hllloa alio
I., ,1,1,in,; Streets. Services at 11 ��.m. and 7.3(
p. in. ; Halilmlli School, 2.30p.m.; I'rayor moot
Ing 011 Thiii's'lny ovonlng at 80'eloclt: Kliwortli
Uiikuo 6, ID., -Wiluy nt 3 a.m. Rev. J. II.
While. Pastor. Residence, joiophluu Streot
roar of church.
salvation AHMV-Sorvlo s ovory ovening
at 8 o'clooh In barracks on V otorl struct
A.I iiiiluiil. Bdliwiomnfl in char.".
lUi-TiHT Ciiuhoii - Services morning and
evoning at 11a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Prayor moot.
ing Thursday evening nt 8 11,111. the B. Y
l'.II. Tuesday ovening at R o'clock. Strnngors
.irdlally woloo'iiod. llnv. John llurtt Morgan
Ii. \., Pastor.
NKLSON L.ODGK.  No.~i, K.of P.
Kmoots ln K. of P. hall, Oddfellows block
Hovoi-v   Tuesday ovoning at 8 o'clock
fJAll visiting knights cordially  invito
Wu, Ihvink, C.C.
A.T.Pakk, K.of R. and S.
Nelson Knoa pinont No. 7. Moots ovory 2nd
and 4th Friday of eaoh monlh, In Odd Fellows
Hnll, cornor Haker and Kootonay streets,
Nolson. A. II. Clements, 0. P.; 1). McArthu.'
lt. ti.  Visiting brothers always welnrano.
NKLSON  L, O. L. No. 11192 meets in Km
,y Hall 0:���
of each month at 8 o'clock.   Vlsitin;
Kdwnrd McLeod, R. ti.
rpURNKU, I1KETON & Co.-Cornor Vernon
JL and Josophino Stroot-, Nelson���Whole
salo doalers in liquors, cigars, aud dry goods,
Agonts for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Ilrewing Co. of Calgary.
UDSOM'S BAY Co.-Wholesale groeorloi
and liquor* eto., Baker Sti-oet. Nelson.
Ofllco comer Hall and Front Streets
.Nelson���Lumber, ceiling, flooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes. Got oul
prices.   Correspondence sollolted.
rp GALLON ��; CO.-Doalers ln oro
X ��� and twines. Always a large sto
hand. Telephone295. Room 44, K.-W.-C.
Bominion and
Laad Surveyor.
lernlty Hull on lirst and third Friday ovonlngs
of each month at 8 -.clock.
cordially   invited.     W. W. Bradley
.. Bradfo
W. K.
NKLSON AKR1K. No. 22, F, (>. IC, moot,
every second and fourth Wednesdays of eacl.
in onth. Visiting inemliorH oordlally lnvlt
Charles Prosser, Secretary.
, ICO. T. M��� hold their
Kootenay Tool No. 1, lv, >,. 1. ~i,, uuiu men-
regular meetings in Krati:nilty Hull, I. 0. 0. K.
block, on the 1st and 3nl Thursdays of each
n.onili. Visiting brethren cordlaUy lnvltod to
attend. G. A. Brown, R. K., A. P. Purdy, Com.
11, ,1.Stool,!), ti. U.
COURT KOOTKNAY, I. O, F��� No. 818K,
Meotlngs 4th Thursday of month. Fraternal
hall. J A Irving C R.   P. U. Fleming. R.S
NoIhou Court star ui Koolonay, A. 0. F.
Meets 2nil and lib Weilneslhlys III every
month. Visiting brethren wch-umo. W. Mao-
MUlan, O.K.   Robert MoI~>0-,Boc,
1st anil 3rd Wednesday ovonlngs of
each mouth at Fiatornh.y hall,
oorner of Baker and Kootenay
III 8troo~i. Visiting brothern oord-
^y    tally Invited.
John     athon. Secretary,
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings. Sash Boors.
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at l'l LOT BAY. Ynnle, NKLSON
and LAKDO.
Every morning iniineilintnly
on arnvnl of stnam. r. Bit tha
i'ill r  (if ,
75 Cents per Month
SuhrartpMoni to bo left
with the agunt)
D.  J.  YOUNG,
Certificate of Improvements
"Kaffir" Mineral Claim, situate in
the   Omit   River   Mining Division   of
Wi'Ht, Kootenay District,
Wlmro looated 1 On the Orwi Ne.t
Pnss Hallway, uliimt 8 miles  north of
Take nrtii-e thai. I, 3, I>. Anilerson
P. L, a.', of Trail, H.O., agent for W
,1. Ledttgham, FteeMtfcerB Certificate
No. B. (iHo7S, intend, sixty ililys from
the date hereof, to apply to I lie Mining
lleooi'ilor for0 Certificate of Improvements for the purpose ol obtaining a
Ctowiidninl of the uliove claim.
Anil farther take notice Unit action
uiiilcr section 27. uhihI, he oommencil
before the isensnoe of such Certificate
of Improvements,
Ilnteil lliia ^Inl day of -luly. A. I),
liiljl; .1. 1). ANUEU80N.
Certificates of Improvements
Hunker Hill, Hullivan, and Fidelity
Mineral Claims situate in tlie Nelson
Mining Division of West Kontenay distriot.
Where'located- -Ou the West North
Fork of Salmon Hiver, about live miles
from Bed Mountain.
TAKE NOTIOK that I, It. .Smith, P.
M. O. 5676-B, adting ns ftgenl for B. A.
Cameron, F. M. O, M68-B and Wm.
(Irifflth, F. M. O, r>r,K.12H. intend sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Hecordei' for Certificates of
Improvement.*, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Hiant.H of the above
And farther fiike nol ice  flint action,
under section in, iniiLit be commended
before Ihe issuance of such Oertlfldtttes
Of Improvements.
Dated this 1st dny of August,   A.   I).
Certificate of Improvements
"Vancouver" Minerni Claim, sitnato
in the Neluon Mining Division of Wont
Kootenny District.
Where locnted : On the N. & F. 8.
Railway, 0 miles from the international
Take notice that I, .1, I). Anilerson,
P, L. H., of Trail. B. C, agent for
Charles A. Cnlzin, Free Miner's certificate No. B8-j917, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to tbe
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvement-, for the purpose of ob-
tnliiing a Crown Grant of the above
And fnrther take notice that aotion,
miller section .17, mnst be eomnienoed
before the issuance of suoh Certificate
of Improvements.
Daled this Bttl <l��y of July, 11*01.
titum Dajiv Mikb��, TuMaA?, August 6, igoi
^^ri^^ff^^,- j- r ,-i ���',r "'n rrii?r��>i 11 aninn wu nfcini n v* jftjjgfcfe
I1 .
Th.* Is the Pkti'iC
season and We are
prepared fur it with
Picnic and Lunch Baskets. We
have thc daintily mnde Japanese
Basket lhat makes the toothsome
sandwich appear so enticing; we
have thc Pressed Fibre Lunch Basket in three sizes, from 25c to 35c.
and we have the Family Lunch Basket, that carries such a lot of pood
things and .fakes everybody tired .
Come and take your choice while
the stock is complete.
Pianos to Rent at S7 per mouth.
���AMW> ******* VIWV4iVM'.LVliVitl
Yesterday was the hottest day o*
the year, the thermometer registering
03 in the shade. The water cart and
the hose were in constant requisition
all day.
Mrs. R. M. Hood, (nee Miss Colpitis), will be "at home" to her
friends Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday evening at the
home of Mr*. T. C. Gray,Silica street.
Mr. Ernest Mansfield leaves this
evening for New York, where he will
take steamer on Saturday next for
Europe. He will spend a short time
in London and France aud then return to Nelson.
The proposed deal whereby the Venus property is to be consolidated with
the   Athabasca,  has,  it   is    reported,
cached almost a final static   although
Bd-D-Altbe Kostonay Lake General Iidtpltal ��_t1.v this ffibfhing to
the wife of Hi tlcdley,a daughter.
A. Chisholm and J. ChipmWn ate
Building a hotel ut the junction ofthe
Neisoii'Gtanite road with that ol the
May and .lennie road.
At the Seventh Day Adventist tent
a series of studies will be commenced
this evening, by \V. C. Young on
"Capital and La hoi."
The meeting ot the Kelson Operatio
society postponed until today has been
again postponed until Friday after
noon at 4..I0 when it will take place
iu the Opera House.
Ou Forty-Nine creek everything is
very quiet at present, there being almost nothing going on in mining
except where prospectors are doing assessment work. Maohinery is being
packed in to the Refeiendum mine and
all the mines are closed down for one
reason or another, although it is very
probable that active operations will
be commenced on several very
One of the fire brigade horses is under the care ofthe veterinary surgeon,
and grave doubts are expressed as to
its recovery. It was taken suddenly
ill on Sunday evening and was all yesterday under the doctor's care. It was
still alive at midnight, and a faint
hope is expressed that it may pull
through. One of the horses from the
sanitary department has beon
brought into requisition to take its
A ^little side show occurred last
evening on the sidewalk in front of
tho opera lio.se. A man had taken
on a larger load of something than he
was able to carry, in consequence of
which he commenced to go through
some unique crab-ike acrobatic per-
formacos. He was give alll the room
that he required to  complete  his part
a definite announcement will probably not be mnde for some days as the
final arrangements are being made in
George MoFarland, contractor of
this eity,has procured the contract, for
the erection of the cyanide plant
works at the Ymir mine. -Mr. McFarland Is now cn tlie spot completing
arrangements for the commencement
of the work, which is expected to commence within iho next few cays.
I There were three cases on the docket, at the police court yesterday morning. M. Fret ami P. White, were arrested on Sunday evening for causing
a disturbance on Lake street and were
linod If Hi and costs each. The other
was a ease of intoxication which occurred on Saturday evening last. Tho
man was lined $r. and costs.
The C. P. R. lias made the first payment on the property bonded by them
several months ago in the Gont river
district on which a large lodge of
hematite ore had been located. The
development work has been very satisfactory and il is reported that a
large crew of men will be wciked
on the property this summer.
A real estate transfer wns made on
Saturday last by II. .t M. Bird real
estate agent of this city, when the
house and lot, hitherto belonging to S.
(1. Thompson of Kincardine, Ont.,
which Is situated on Mill street, was
purchased by II. M. Riblet of tbis eily
for a sum in the neighborhood of $:!,-
nun. Mr. Rilbet will take np his residence there.
Albert Taylor of Ibis city had a
very blose call from drowning on Sunday last, in the Kootcnny river. He
with a number of his companions
were bathing on the other side of the
lake from Nelson, lie got beyond his
depth and went under the water and
had II not been for Ihe assistance rendered by a Mr. Perkins he would have
been drowned. He hfi.1 gone down tile
third time when his companion arrived to deliver him, and it was only
due to the exertions id his friend Per*
kins that   he   is alive al tlie   present
Tin. funeral of Edward Thompson,
late foreman of the May ami Jennie
mine, took plaoe yesterday from Bun-
yan's undertaking parlors. The service was coaduoted In the parlors bv
the Rev. W. Mun roi. of Ihe Congregational church, after which the pi cession of relatives and friends, accompanied by ,1 large number ,if friends
on foot,   wended  their  way   to the
cemetery, where Ihe last snd riles
wore performed. The deceased had
been ailing for sometime nnil succumb
od to his complaint on Sunday Inst.
As will lie noticed in their changed
advertisement    the    partnership   of
Trelbi'Wey A- Hi itiuin bas lieen dissolved, Mi. TrclhewL-y having retired to
promote the introduction of bis Automatic Air-1'lpe Coupler on which business he Is now lu the east. The
patent ollice formerly .'air
the firm will in future he earned 011
by Mr. Hrtlain. who assumes all I lie
liabilities of the late partnership, ami
solicits the patronage of all B. c.
inventors, as the most careful attention will be paid to the preparation
of their applications fot all countries.
Mr. ilrittaln is a trained mechanical
engineer and is registered ai Washing.
and was soon performing the spread
eagle in an inglorious termination o
the performance in the gutter till tho
arrival   of a policeman.
The executive committee of the Nel
son Boat Club will meet this ovening
to select the crewB for tho regatta
which will be held towards the end
of this month. The senior and junior
men will be mixed up together as
they were the first regatta this season, and all the heats will be rowed
in the new boats. In order that all
tho crews can be formed tonight it
will be neceassary that all tho entries
be in today. Any member of the executive   will accept them.
An interesting service was held at
the Congrogational church, on Sunday
ovening last. The services were conducted by the Rev. Mr. Mcintosh of
Ottawa. At tho evening services he
made touching reference to tho sad
doath of the young man who was
blown up at the powder works a year
or so ago. His mother is a member
of Mr. Mcintosh's congregation in
Ottawa, and received thc sad intelligence of her son's awful end, immediately at the close of a chucrh social,
which was held in the church ofwhich
the speaker is pastor.
Have you tried���lronbrow.
Contractor Lemoine of Ottawa, who
has the contract of the postofiice, is
expected to arrive in   the   oity today.
Oscnr Stevens has graduated from
the Nelson Business college'and has
eceived ar appointment as stenographer at the C. P. R. freight office.
Mr. Kirby Douglas, of the firm of
Thompson A. Douglas, lonves tbis evening hy the Crow's Nest boat, for the
eily of Hamilton, Ont., for a visit.
He expeats to return in ahout a
Mr. and Mrs. Laing-Stocks left Inst
evening on the Crow's Nest boat or a
three month.' trip to the Old Country They will sail from Montreal
on the Campania. A number of
friends were ut thu_boat to wish them
bo'i voyage.
C. W. West, wbo bas been spending
a few days in Nelson renewing acquaintances leaves shortly for the
Okanogan country   again.   He states
that then, hns been a magnificent harvest 111 that section but that business
Is rather dull yet.
Ymir, Aug.  a.���The Nelson   & Fort
Sheppard   Hallway, a   branch of  tho
Great Northern bave raised the  wages
of section men to .1.711 per day.
Certificate of Improvements
" Mineral Claim, situate in
tho Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay Distriot.
Where located : On Craig Mountain,
Dear Craigtown.
Take notice that I, ,1. D. Anderson,
I'.L.S . of Trail, B.C.. agent for Mrs.
Katharine Seed,  Free Miners' CertiB-
ii'il   on   by INo. B60.071, William  Heed, Free  Min-
, *���.. , .,;. I ers' Certificate No. li.r~>. 1 km. and Gideon
Minion', Free Miners' Certificate No.
B5-71, intend, 00 days from
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the pnrpose of obtaining
a Crown (Iriint of the above olaim.
Ami further tnku notice that action,
under section 117, innst be commenced
before the issuance ol such Certificate
of Improvements.
I    Dated  this 6t_ day cf .Inly, A. D,
ton as an attorney competent   to prac- iQOJ.,
lice before the U. 8. ollice. |  ' J. D. ANDERSON,    |
Patenaude Bros.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings
A-l White Pine Lumber Always in
We carry a complete stock of Coast Flooring
Celling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Siu.li una
I loot's. Special order work will receive prom]^
attention'   Mail orders solicited.
Porto RicoLumber Co.
Head Office���Fb***w and Veinnn W_.  Nolson
obtained in all countries
Registered    Patent   Attorney,   Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman,    Bank of B. N. A. building
Hastings St., Vancouver,   B.   C
Write for full particulars.
As an eiroctivo healer of sorains, galls,
splints, bo-o throat, couvh-i, nwellin��, soreness
inflammation in hordes and cuttle, Griffiths
Liniment lis . proved a supreme sucee.. ���as
good for the horse ns for his rn.it.n_r.
P. Hi RitcM*. & Co,, .anchors, Vancouver,
B. 0. Bay: "We consider UriMHhs' Menthol
Liniment un'.nuaUed for horses. O.'C of our.1
had a had swelling on the lo't le^, whicli waa
swollen to an Immense, eixo, wo applied tho
Liniment and in two duys the swelling hnd left
him. We have tried many LlniinonU hnl have
found nothing Ior>i|iml it.
For sale by ... II. Vanstone, Nelson, II C.
Kootenay Railway and Hav.
Company, Ltd.
NKI.SON   RAMI! tt��l!T~.
5:20 .. m. Lv. Nolson Ar. 11:'~ a. 111
OlIO p. ml Ar. Kuslo Lv. 7:00 a. 111.
Bulletin No. 0��� Until further notice the
nteamor Alberta will lonvo Kuslo C'ii.v Whai I,
foot of Thlnl Stroot i'or Lardo on Mo-days,
WeiinusLluyH und Kriiluys. ul 10,30 a. in.
8:30 n. ni. Lv. I~i.no Ar. 1:11 p. m-
10:55 p.m. Ar. S.mtlon l.v. 1:15 p. in-
Daily freight Horvicc botwoou Sandon awl
Steamor Alberta leaves [Casio for Lardo anil
Argenta, Mondays, Wodnesdnys and .Yidays
at 11.-1,111.
To ascertain rains nnil full Information ad-
'���tin.or. Kaslo,II. C
O. K TkCKAnuiiv Local Agent.
Tenders will lie received by tin
undersigned up io the 20th day of
August, ".'111. for the purchase nf thc
stock in tiade of general inn-chan-
disc, lioolt debts, business nnd good
will of the Into William Thomas
Beadles, of .Salmo, nnd Erie, B. C,
storekeeper, The property consists of
a two-storey frame building at Erie,
with a stock of general increhniHlise,
and a stock of general merchandise al
Intending   purchasers   may   bid for
the whole   or either of the stocks.
Ktock lists and Inventories  can   he
seen on application to .lames llaniiur-
man at Uric, 11. 0,
Dated this lHth day of July, 1301,
.Solicitors for .James I.awrcnce, Administrator of the estate of William
Thomas Beadles.
Certificates of Imprnvements
New Year, Amethystine end Tourmaline mineral claims, situate in tbo Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay
Where located���On tbo Kast bunk of
the Columbia River, two miles south
Of Trail.
TAKK NOTIOK that I,.I. D. Anilerson, P. I.. 8., of Trail, B, C, agent for
W. W. Carlisle, Ifree Minor's Oertifl
oate No. H 60864, intend, sixty days
from the dale hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.
And further take notice that aotion,
under section 117, must be "onunanoed
before the issuanoe of such Certificates
of Improvements,
Dated thta 20th day of July,  A.  I> ���
Construction fork
Close connection East and West
bound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
mill at Bonner's Ferry witn Kootenay
Railway & Navigation Co.
Direct connection at, St. Paul with
cut change of depot, with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane dcily for Ea3t at 9:15 a.m
Loaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:15 a.m
Loaves Spokane daily lor West at 8fl0 p m
West-hound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During die season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnifies-1 steamships North-West
and North-Land of theNurthern Steamship Company Line, operated, in connection with the Great Northern Rail.
Foi' further information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokaue
Falls it Northern By., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Kootei ai Railway k Navigation
Co , or to
H. A. JACKSON. Com'1 Agent.
Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TACK AT.URY, Local Agent,
NeleoD. P O
Notice   ia   hereby   given   that  the
creditors of the ahove named company
are required, on or before the -Oth day
of August,  Hull, to send   their   names
and addresses   and the   particulars of
their debts nnd claim",  and the names
and addresses   of   their   solicitors, if
any, to William McEwen,   Monument
Square Chambers, London, E. C,   tbe
Liquidator   of   the    said     Company,
and   If   so   required,    by   notice   in
writing   from   the   said     Liquidator,
aro by their solicitors to come in   and
prove   their said  debts or  claims  at
such time and place as   shall be specified in such notice,or in default thereof they will he excluded from the benefit of any   distribution   made   before
such debt are proved.
Dated tbis 2Snd day  of   June, 1001.
Of 57 New Broad Street.London, E.C.,
solicitor for the said liquidator,
Of Baker Street. Nelson,    British Columbia,     Solicitor     for   the    said
Liquidator in British Columbia.
Certificate of Improvements
"Good Enough'.' Mineral Claim, situate in the Nelson Mining Division of
Weft Kootenay District.
Where located: Near Craigtown.
Take notice that 1, J. D. Anderson,
P. L. S,, of Trail, B, O., agent for Jo?
Bernard.   Free  Miner's Certificate No.
B5O340, D. Buyer, Free Minere's Certificate No. B42-67, and Paul Bonnet, Free
Miner's Certificate No. BBOlGG, intend,
sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply In the Mining Recorder for a
Oertilloate of [mprovemeblB, for the
pnrpose of obtaining a Grown Grant of
the above olaim.
And farther ttko notice thnt notion,
under flection 117, must be commenced
le fore ihe issuanoe of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated Ibis 22nd day of July. A.D.
"Ube 1Ro?al Bank of Ganaba"
.aptUl   Author.,-. (I,
'ot*   Scotia���Halilax   Branch,   Antigoni^J"
Bridgo water, Guyaboro. I/onrtoudcrry, Ln
enburg. Maitland (Hants Co.), Piotou. Port
Haw kesbury, Sydney, ahubuuacadie.'iruro,
New    I. rim . .vie!. ��� Bathurnt,     Dorchester,
Kredericton, Kings ton (Kent Co.), Moncton. Newcastle, Hackville, St, John,VVood-itock-
P. i.. laliud��� Charlottetown, HuinmcrNide.
Certificate of Improvements
"Iron Silver and Silver Queen" Min*
eral Olaim, situate in the Nelson Miu-
inn; Division oi West Kootenay Diatrint.
Where looated: On Craig Mountain,
near OraigtoWD,
Take notice Unit I, J. I). Anderson,
1'. L. 8., of Trail, B. 0., agent for
George Davis, Free Miner's Certificate
No. UHSIKi. and John H. Nolan, Free
MJnoi's Certificate No. B50H11, intend,
sixty  days   from   the date hereof,   to
apply to tbe Mining Recorder for n Oertillcate ol improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining a Grown Grant of tho
above claim.
And further take notico that action,
under septioii 87, must he commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of lioprovciucues.
Dated tins IHtb day of July, A. D.
1801. J. D.  ANDERSON.
The safest way to form an opinion of
"Dardanelles," nn absolutely pure
Egyptian Cigarette, is to try a package.
Once tried, always used. For sale
everywhere.    I.e. per package.
Incorporated 1869.
1.3,000 lili'l.llll I   I'll'.''.Ill   .'Ui-'DP,       ,     ���      .        8 '.'.raill,liiil,.':j
>:..-,       ���      .....   . i,,,m,iii:,i...u
Roam of Dlre'lors    Thomas E. Kenny,  President -,   Thoraaa Kitcliio. Vice-1.onldt-ui
Wiley Smith, H. O. Bauld, Hon. David M-oKec-.
Hi-mi Office, Halifax!
Goncra.1 Manager, Edwin L. Pease, Montreal.
Superi-tendeni of Brandies, and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Halifax,
Brim    es I
elM-c-MoDlrcal,   (City   OfBce),   Montri-nl
tV'e.-t End (Cor. Notre   Dame and Kl i^.
nonrfi SLrect-l; Wost-iount tCor. Or(.-i.:i0
Avenue acd St. Catharines  Streot,
-ewfusminiimt���St. John's.
I'tllm. Went Ind!.-,.���Havana.
United aiiili'Li���New Vork (1(1 Kxcharge Plant I
Republic, Wash.
Grand  .Forks, Nanaimo,   KelsGn,   Rossland,   Vstcunver,'
Vancoo.er East End, Victoria.
rorrPLipomletitft 1
Caasea��� Merchants Pank of Canada.   Ballon���National Shawmut Hank.   Chicago-lUinoli
Trust and Sayings Bank.  Baa Franfllieo���First National Bank.  London, Kiir. - Hun), oi
Scotland.   Parts, France���Credit Lyoiuiiiis.   Bevmnda��� Bank of Bermuda.   ���liiiin unit Ju.
pan���Hong Roup, and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Spokane���Old National Hank.
(ieneial Banking Business Trans, cted; Sterling Bin. of Exchange  (tough
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed ou special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
*jf <%no mmMl^ <��� -teUfu, As &<&
ty A^-M^^y^ -
Every housewife whs
takes   ilclifrht    in   11
spick anri spun kitchen will find what she
wants in our stock of
The   sbininjT   quality
of the surface   is   indicative   of   the   superior   merit   of  the
goods   through     anil
The Hot Weather      I
Is causing quite a run on our many summer drinks,   ${���
but it has not affected the sale of
_T I     B     4m TUT l
As they drink equally as well
��� ��� 1 \d JL" \Jf a o
As they do hot.
Have you tried them? ;?f
Groceries,  Crockery. ��
Buy   Only   Union ��� Made   Shoes.
~i#^        }
jractory N9 ��3 - \
This stamp used by the JOHN Mc-
PHKRSON CO., Limited, of Hamilton,
the   onli/ Union factory In Canada. -
P. O. GREKN        F. S. CLEMENT!?
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
P. O. Bxo Ut
.Velum   P.."
You shouldn't send out of town for
cards for yourself or your husband
until you see what The Miner can do
for you.
As wc need the space for
other goods, we have decided
to sell out our line of
te Ira Wars, Etc.,
Call and Get Prioes.
Baker Street.
Phone 261.
Custom House Mroker and Kmploymenl
���Office, Telephone 44. P. 0. Box Sffl
. Uiuley .Street, Kelson, B. C.


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