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Array Daily Edition No.  1127
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Thursday,  August 29,  1901
Eleventh  Year
ORIENTAL
PERSUASION
GOVERNMENT AGENT SKIPS
0 ..  _..._,, uuSTOKE
RBPOETED MISSING WITH
���3,00.0 PUBLIC MONEY.
A Stovelid  Attack  on   His
Stomach too Much for
a Steveston Jap.      .
Placer Mining on Vancouver
Island���The Latest News
of the Goast.
(SPECIAL TO THE HIKER.)
Vancouver, B C, Aug. 28.���Three
Japs Have been arrested for murder in
Steveston. They asked another Jap
to loan thotn money. On his refusing
ihey knocked hitn down and beat him
un the stomach with a.stove lid. The
i.ssuulted man since died from the
effects of his injuries.
I). R. Wilkie, genpral manager of
the Imperial Bank, bays ho will ship
all the goldnccumulated at its numerous branches to the Vancouver assay
office.
Viotoria, Aug. 28.���F. G. Fauquier^
tiovernment Agent at Revelstoke, is
reported to have absconded with Government monies amounting to somewhere between $2,000 and $3,000. An
examination is being made of his
books.
Fauquier is well known to many
cit'zens uf Nelson. Yesterday the
local police received a telegram asking thsm to be on the outlook for tbe
missing man and to arrest him 11
found.
ADDRESS IT
MINER, B. C.
That Is If You Want a Letter
to Reach Grand Forks or
Columbia.
The Two Towns Vote to Amalgamate and Decide on
Name of Miner.
A TERRIBLE
EXPLOSION
Tragedy on   the   Delaware
River Which Is Attended
by Loss of Life.
MEN WORKING  AT LE ROI
CONTRACTOR SEISES IS OPENING
THE PROPERTY ON A VERY
SMALL SCALE.
NO UNION MEN
NEED APPLY
Steamship  Boiler  Explodes
and the Boat Takes
Fire.
HORNF.-PAYNE IN VANCOUVER.
Atlin,
is  over
Victoria, Aug. 28. ���Scott and Jones,,
two prosectors working black sand at
Capt Scott, at the north end of Vancouver Island, brought down today 70
ounces of gold representing 21 days'
work. A sample was sent to San
Francisco and yielded $18.SO an ounce.
They are down to get lumber for a
flume. The gold, they say, comes
from a high bank at the back of the
beach. Twelve feet up the bank they
got lots of colors,
Victoria, 13. C, Aug. 28.���J. Mac-
Furlane, enumerator for Atlin, is in
the city. He was on his way down
on the Islander with a portion of the
Cnssair returns when the vessel sank,
necessitating a freBh enumeration.
He says tbe population of
Dead Lake and Por: upine
' 3,ono.
The steamer Glenogle arrived today
with a sea serpent on board, stretching from the mast. It was picked up
on tbe coast of Matsuie Island, in the
Philippines. She also passed the
BritiBh ship Sawbill, disabled off
Nagaski, having just oame through a
typhoon and it had all the appearance
of going down. The doctor of the
Glenogle went on board and treated
one of the sailors whose pelvis bone
was broken. The Glenogle then proceeded.
The tug Pilot arrived from Skagway
today with wreckage from the Islander. No request has yet been made to
the Department of Marine and Fisheries for an inquiry into the wreck of
the Islander. The custom department
will order none until it is asked for
in the interests of the public.
Victoria, Aug. 28.���Word has reached here today that Captain Hennott of
Baden-Powell's Horse. formerly
major of the Sixth Duke of Connaught 's
Own, Vanoouver, has been capntred
by the Hoers near Vereening, in an
engagement in which four wore killed,
six wounded and 24 captured. Among
the killed were Sergt.-Major Taylor
who onliBted at Calgary, Trooper
Sproule, Fort Steele, and Trooper
Hogg, Revestoke. The wounded in
elude Trooper Mclntyre, Revelstoke,
Troopers Curtis aud Gravely, Nelson,
Truopor Horchmor, Rossland, Dewet
told the Canucks thut the force that
oaptuted them was 4,000 strong.
There were sixty ln the party. The
Boers led them into an ambush and
surrounded them.
English Capitalist Talks of Intentions
of His Company.
(SPECIAL TO Tilt: S1IHF.R.)
Vancouver, B. C, Aug. 28.���Mr.
Borne-Payne, English director of the
B. C. Electric Railway Company, iB
in the eity. He stated to The Miner
correspondent this mcrning tbat
although many improvements were
contemplated in Victoria he conld not
disclose their nature until after conferring with Mr. Iluntzou. There
wuuld, however, be no large sum
ipent in addition to what was already
being expended. In Vancouver, however tbey contemplated increasing the
power. He could not say to what extent but a large sum of money would
be spent. It was possible tne oapacity
would be doubled. They had Bpent in
Vancouver ��210,000 sterling sinoe
1896, but they had no idea that Vancouver would take suoh a leap for,
ward in four or five years and it was
difficult to keep pace with the rapid
development.
Mr. Payne said be had been in Vancouver five years ago but snch wonderful improvements had taken place
that he did not recognize the town.
Mr. Payne gave a very interesting
description from memory of how tbe
town looked five years ago and the
different sections of the city that had
been huilt up since 1896. He was also
very enthusiastic over the wonderful
growth of Manitoba and the Northwest, liis party had coino as far as
Manitoba in Wm. MeKenzie's private
oar, tbe Ali Kokum, and had visited
the wheat fields of the Northwest.
Mr. Payne stated that he had it on
excollent authority that the yield
wonld be 60,000,000 bushels and the
farmers would get for this 55 cents a
bushel.
In speaking of the Stave Lake power
proposition Mr. Payne said he only
had thu opinion of experts to go by,
Thoy had had the power examined by
three different authorities on such
matters ln 1894,1809 and 18110 and eaoh
of these authorities had reported tbat
the cost would be ont of proportion to
the financial advantages to be derived.
These expertB placed thc cost of establishing the plant at a much higher
figure than those who have the mat
ter In hand now The company after
the Stavo Lake Power had been exam
ined, decided that steam was the best
uvuilable power und they think so
yet.
In conclusion Mr.Payne said tbat he
had gone out of mining entirely having disposed of his holdings in the
Lardeau country.
(SPECIAL, TO THE! MINER.)
Grand Forks, B. C, Aug. 28.���The
bylaw providing for the amalgamation
of Grand Forks and Col*uiibia was
carried today in both cities, tbe grand
total majority being 170. The property owners also decided by a majority
of nine votes that the name of the
future united cities will ba"Miner"
in honor of S. H. C. Miner, presient
of the Granby Consolidated Mining &
Smelting Go.
The polling in Grand Forks on the
amalgamation question and on the
three names submitted as u title for
the new city resulted as follows: For,
155; against, 35. Selection of a new
name: Amalgn, 23; Empire, 58;
Miner, 81; spoilt ballots, 38.
In Columbia the vote stood . For
amalgamation, 56; against, 6. Selecting uf new name: Anialga, 27; Empire 27} Miner 10.
There is great jubilation over the
result as it means harmony and progress where antagonism and discord
formerly prevailed. All classes of citizens will now unite in building up
a great mining, commercial, and
smelting oenter in the Kettle River
valley The credit of effecting amalgamation is geatly due to the personal
efforts of Tracy W. Holland, Montreal, manager of the Grand Forks
Railway; C. D. Rand, formerly of
Vancouver and Spokane, and Col. W.
C. Hayward. Mr. Rand was a real
estate operator in Vancouver in its
early days and attracted millions of
capital there for investment.
Grand Forks and Columbia will
retain their respective names until the
amalgamation ia given effect to by an
act of the Provincial Legislature.
Tonight there waB a parade, headed
by a brass band. Hon flies, etc.,
helped out the celebration.
LEFT 11,000,000 MARKS.
Victoria, Aug. 28.���The tug Pilot
returned thiB afternoon from Jnneau
with news of the finding of the body
of another of the Islander victim*. A
corpse with life belt on was found on
the beaoh near Taku arm by an Indian, and he came to Juneau to report
his find. Ho was offered 810 to bring
the body in and did so. The remains
were those of Wm. J. Bracelen, of
Hunker crivk, a miner from Humboldt,
Neb. An unusual amount of ice was
passed through by the tug.
Tho barque Fort Georgo from Honolulu and tho ship Ilavila from Santa
Rosalia, arrived here today and rc-
ports a large fleet of vessels outside,
but us far as can be learned the overdue Rattle Abbey is not among them.
Victoria, B. C, Aug. 28.���Tho C. P.
R. announoes that tbo steamer Hating
will make the run to Viotoria, replacing the Islander. She arrives here on
the 1st and sails on ihe 3rd.
Will of the Late Dowager Empress of
Germany Opened Yesterday.
Homburg, Aug. 28.���The will of
the lute Dowager Empress Fioderick
was opened "with special ceremony
today. Her fortune totals eleven
million marks. Her aix children
receive a million each. The youngest, Princess Margaret of Hesse (wife
of Prince Frederick Charles of Hesse),
also gets Frederlckshoff castle, on
which the Dowager Empress spent the
whole of 33,000,000 marks, which she
received from thj late Countess Gal-
tier. The Dowager Empress destroyed
only her most private papers. The remainder were deposited in the Frid
erlckshoff library. The fortune of the
Oowagor Empress included nothing
fiom the late Queen Viotoria, tbe
Dowager having renounced all claims
on her mother's estate.
STILL DRAGGING ON.
Chinese Not in   a  Hurry  to  Sign the
Peace Protocol.
Pekin,   Aug.   28.���It   is understood
that the British   Minister proposed to
return tbe Imperial edict to  the  Chinese peace commissioners  as unsatisfactory,   bnt   the     proposal    failed.
Several of   the  diplomats,   including
Mr. Rockhill, opposed this feature of
the protocol.     Among   their  reasons
was that it was impossible of enforcement, and that It   was   illegal  while
insisting tbat the  Government  maintain order to deprive  it ot tha means
of  so  doing.     Wheteas a month ago
the Chinese commissioners  were   importuning tbe  ministers to conclude
the negotiations, it is  now the ministers who are  daily   visiting the Tung
Cbang on a similar   errand.     Severul
of  the ministers  expect  to be   trans
ferred to more pleusnnt   posts  at  the
conclusion of their luuors  and all are
weary with the confinement   in Pekin
during   the   tropical     months.     The
Chinese may    take  udvauage  of  the
minister's manifest  anxiety   to  wind
up the business   in   the  forthcoming
decrees.     If   the other  Governments
had kept troops   at  Pokin  until   tbe
protoool should   be   signed  as  Great
Britain ib aoing,   it   is  regarded  as
probable that tho  Chinese would supply greater willingness  to  carry  ont
tbe spirit of tbo protoool.
OCEAN   RECORD.
The Big North German Lloyd Liner
Again Shortens Time.
Now York, Aug. 28.���The Deutsch-
lanil arrived off the Sandy Hook
Lightship at 12.20 n. in. She wns due
to arrive at Sandy Hook at 1.44 a. ui.
to equal her record. She made the
new record of five days, 11 hours nnd
five minutes. The record breaking
liner, Deutschland, left Hamburg
Aug. 22, and Southampton and Cherbourg, Aug. 23rd. Thc present record
from Cherbourg to New York ol five
days,   12   hours,   and 29 minutes wns
Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 28.-While
the steamer ''City of Trenton, " of the
Wilmington Steatnbout Co. was on
her way fiom this city to Trenton, N.
J, this afternoon her pott boiler exploded, killing soven persons and injuring over a score of others. Four
passengers are missing bnt as many
sustained slight injuries, it is thought
the missing may be among those who
did not nnd it necessary to go to the
hospitals. After the explosion, tho
boat took lire and ran aground. Tonight she is a blackened hulk on tbe
marshes, sixteen miles above the city.
Her hold is filled with water and it is
feared more of her passengers and
crew may bo found in the bottom of
the boat when the water is pumped
out. Her passenger list was lighter
than usual and Bhu carried very little
freight.
The vessel was in charge of Captain
W. Worrcl. The officers killed were:
Curry, pilot; J. W. Vanderver, mate;
Edward Murphy, chief engineer; J.
D. Chew, assistant engineer, and Clay,
ton Reibet, purser. Tbero were about
12 firemen and deck hands aboard.
Nothing of moment occurred until
the boat reached Terresdale. At a
point opposite what Is known as the
Harrison Mansion, a spacious building facing on the Delaware at tbe
suburban resort, the steam pipe connecting with the port boiler burst
with a loud report. The fore portion
of the upper deck was all filled with
passengers, wbile many others were
in the cabin. Before any of the pas-
sergers or ensployees had an oppot -
tunity to seek places of safety another
explosion occurred and this time tho
port boiler was rent in twain.
Scalding steam and water poured into
he cabin and sections of the woodwork of the boat were torn away by
the force of the explosion Those of
the passengers who were not steamed
and scalded by the steam and boiling
water, weie struck by the flying portions of '.he splintered cabin. Legs
and arms wore broken, aud faces and
bodies were parboiled.
The screams of the injured conld be
heard on the shore and the ones of
those wbo leaped and were blown into
the river were heartrending. So great:
was tbe force of tbe explosion that a
piano in the upper drawing room of
the boat was hnrled many feet from
the boat into the river. This proved a
fortunate occur.enrr, for many of the
injured, thrown into tho water, scalded and otherwise injmed so that they
were rendered helpless, clung to the
piano whioh had fallen into shallow
water, until rescued.
When the explosion occurred, Mate
Vanderver and Pilot Curry were in
tho pilot bouse. Both wero hurled
with torrifio force from the enclosure
and the wheel, for somo unaccountable teason, began 'involving with
lightning like rapidity. As a result
of this, tho rudder turned the bow of
tho bout towards shore and she quickly ran aground, fastening herself In
thd mud. Hy this time the vussel had
caught fire and those of tbo pnssen-
geiB who were still aboard were compelled to leap for their lives. Fortunately the water wns not more than
four feet deep aril many of the ��io-
tiuis weie able to wade ashore. Some,
however, who were too seriously injured to help themselves, were rescued
by mora hers of the bout cluhi whose
houses Hno the river front at this
point. Tho captain and the ciew of
tbo boat conducted themselves as
heroes. They rendered all tho assistance possible to the injured and the
cuptuin was the last mini to leave the
boat. All of the seriously injured
wore hastily convoyed to tho hospital.
(SPECIAI. TO Till. _. .Mill.)
Rossland, B. C, Aug. 2H.���Contractor Geiser says lie put ten men at
work at the Lo Koi today and has
promise of more. Many old hands arc
writing to know if work is to be bad.
Geiser is advertising for more men
and whether he will succeed is not
yet known.
Wagers weretnade here today by men
likely to be well informed that tomorrow's meeting in London would
not result in any change of management.
STAVE LAKE I'OWER.
Steel Corporation Won't Employ Men Under Control
of Labor Unions.
Gains for Capital Yesterday
but President Shaffer Is
Still Confident.
Will lie Used By an Influential American Syndicate.
(SPECIALS Tl) TUB MINER.)
Vancouver, Aug. 28.���'The Miner
correspondent wus informed this
morning on the best possible authority that tho same firm who installed
tbe Rnoqualmie Falls Power plant.
and supplies Seattle, Tacoma, and intermediate towns with power, huve
taken over tho Stave Luke I'ower
proposition. This coinpany have now
invested in Seattle interests representing $7,000,000 so that their financial standing is unquestioned.
Befoie the Stave Lake Power Co.
officially announce their readiness to
go ahead some little details of an unimportant nature have to be arranged.
To all intents and purposes, however,
thc agreement was made on Saturday
last with the Eastern American financiers to push the scheme to a successful issue. The Snoqualmie power is
37 miles from Seattle and 4". from
Tacoma. The Stave Lake power is 38
miles from Vancouver across country
and 42 by railway. The Snoqualmie
power pressure is greater as the falls
are higher, but as they are narrower
than the Stave Lako fells the amount
of horse power is no greater. At
present Vancouver and New Westmin
ster use 5,000 horsepower only. It is
probable that the Stave Lake company
will utilize 12,000 horse the iirst yenr
but thoir capaoity will cnuhle them
to add from yeur to year until they
cou'd Bupply a city or distiict ten
times as large as that proposed to be
covered.
WON'T REACH A MILLION.
Salmon Pack This  Season Not ns Big
as Expected.
(SPECIALS TO Till. MlNKR.)
Vancouver, Aug. 28.���Although
there is no limit to tho sookeye season as in previous yeurs there will be
little more fishing done on the Eraser
tbis season. For the past few days
the canneries have not put up more
than 200 cases daily each, and it i
probable that uy Saturday the nets
will be hung up.
The total pack to date has heen estimated by the secretary of the Canners'
Association to bo about 8110,01)0 cases
and the total pack of the senson will
certainly fall short of 900,000, It was
thought up to tho lirst of last week
that the million martc would surely
be reached but tho sockeyes ceased to
run almost as suddenly us they started in. Owing to the big sookeye puck
no humpbacks will be canned this
seasun. It wus learned on the best
uuthority thut a large proportion of
the Ba'.'Hon pack is to be stored iu
the canneries so that the English miir*
kots may not bo glutled. The sulnion
fleet consists ot niuu vessels capable
on an average uf currying 60,000 0BSBI
ouch, so thut it cannot he colli,'iiiplut-
ed to send more thun half a million
casos, retaining the hulnnee for disposal after tlie market bus recovered
from the effects of the big consign
in,mis. from II. C.   and i'uget Sound.
SAMPSON   ILL.
Manobustcr, N. H , Ang. 28.���Rear
Admiral Sampson is again a sick
man. According to a despatch to The
Union from Burke Haven todav, he Is
there quite ill, although he is gaining
strength.     He sues uo visitors,    how-, ___
ever, and has held no consultations on  mad? by the Deutschland  on  Soptem-
thu Heblcy court of Inquiry. J ber 1, 1900,
CAPTURED A COUNT.
London, Aug. 28.���-The engagement
Is officially announced of Helen,
daughter of former Governor Levi P.
Morton, of Now York, to Count Boson
da Perigord, second son of the Due de
Tul ley rand.
WONDER WHY.
Montreal, Aug. 88.���Mr. Tarte,
Canadian Minister of Public Wotks,
has rejected un offer mnde by an
American syndicate headed by Captnin
Wolvin of Detroit, to establish tuimi-
nals a various points in Canada. The
syndicate proposed to built f I eight
wnrohouses and elevators at Port Col-
nore and to supplement them by steel
tnke vessels und terminals ut. Mon.
treal. Owing to the Minister's refusal, the scheme �� ill fall through.
THE PREMIER RETURNS.
Nanaimo, B. C. Aug. 2*.���The
Steamer Jnon, with Premier l>un��-
muir's party, passed down tonight
from Skugwuy. 'Ihey will land ut
Victoria in the morning.
Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 28.���The Stec
Corporation continued making gains
in this district and today . added
enough men to its force ac tho Star
plant to insure the working of two
mills double turn, night and day,
from now on. The management
claims thnt the Freemont will be on
full force before the week ends. Tho
Strikers sny thut this claim cannot bo
made good und is being mado rashly.
In pursuance of i*. sannouncod plan to
run all of its plaotB absolutely nonunion the American Tin Plate Co. toduy commenced advertising for nonunion men to go to work. All applicants ure offered tho highest wages
und permanent jobs, but iu eveiy
ease tho application must bo made
personally und the applicant deeluro
himself free from all union control.
The company bus not yet mnde the
attempt to sturt either its Monogobcla
ot Dommler plnnt but announces both
will be started soon.
When asked today what he thought
of the Tin Plate Company's avowed
intention of breaking away from tho
union entiiely President Shaffer
said: "Wheic will they get men to
run their plants? If wc thought they
would be secured the threat might
frighten us. Until wo are assured
they are forthcoming we will keep
our nerve."/
The latest official declaration from
steel sources is that tho strike can
now be settled only by the men going
back to tbe mills. The position tho
officials take, it is said, is that the
strike is over so far as thei** dealings
with the strikers, as a body, is concerned. They want workmen for
their idle mills and men who want
work can have it for the asking at
wages paid before the mills shut
down. Tbey may bo union men or
not, but the union can have no say as
to their work or wages.
Notwithstanding the well deter-
mired position taken by the corporation as to a settlement, another arbitration scheme was launched this
evening by Simon Burns, president of
the Window Glass Workers' Association. Mr. Burns proposed an arbitration committee selected from among
suoh men as Archbishop Ireland,
Bishop Potter, Seth Low. M. A.
Ilanna and others of like prominence,
who, after having the entire matter
placed before tbem by both sides of
the controversy, shall have absolute
authority to settle upon terms of set-
teraent, thoir decision to be tlnnl and
accepted by both parties. Mr. Burns
says be has President Shaffer's sanction for tbe move and if thu Corporation shall agree to tho plan the strike
will be declared off at onia. None of
the steel peoplo here will discuss the
matter in any wuy.
Mr. Shaffer declared tonight thut
the strike, in spite of the claims of
the other side, to the contrury, is proceeding satisfactorily.und his association is making such inroads on thu
Corporation business that it will be
compelled .ooncr ur Inter to come to
terms. His men were lirm all along
tiic line and aie determined to stand
for theii rights to the end. He says
the few mills that have teen started
ure doing but little effective work.
Thu fuct that, the corporation is adding to its force daily does not worry
tbe president because he believes them
to b. either unskilled or poor workmen who wi'I be a drawback anther
than a help to their employers. Tho
steel people have nothing to say
point to the mills at work and
product turned uut. Actions,
sny, speak louder than words.
hut
tbe
they
A BROKEN SHAFT;
Vhtorla, Aug. 88.���-Steamer  A/.teic
which passod up todny reports having
spoken tne steamer Empire off Cooh
liny, with n broken shaft. She bad
sent a bout ashore to look for assistance and did not require assistance
from the A/.'ere, but asked to bu
reported.
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MACAULAY WAS A CEIBBEE.
I  11 ',. r   of popular idols   is at
I work again,   and he is a per-
. itto   fellow   at   times.
kind have proven, to theii
itlon, at Kast, that it was
��� ��� ,are   but     Bacon    who
tragedies   and     comedies
popularly   supposed   to   be
���    a of the former.     One of
ilished  conclusively,   so far
.) opinion is concerned, that
V 1 ever   pierced   with   aD
.,. ��� placed on the hoad   of
bis tlier   had   the  bardi*
i,., inbt tliat 'ieorge Wahington
cut down tbat cherry tree, or was the
genuine author of thc historic remark
to the effect  that be  could not tell a
II 1,     Orators in every English speak-
. .   1  . ��� repeated Macanley's
words, which he used in the review of
B ink   .'  "History of the Popes:"
��� church) may still exist
in un litninlshed vigor when some
traveler (ram Sew Zealand shall stand
oif ��� drch of   London   bridge
��� tch the ruins of St. Paul."
it is alls red by one of these pessimists tbat Macaulay stole tho whole
idea from Horace Walpole, whone
delightful letters aro tbe crowning
I���: ry of bis life. In oneof these mi._-
sivi .. written to Mason in 1774, he
Baid:
"Tha next Augustan age will dawn
on the otber Bide of tbe Atlantic.
There will be n Tbucydldes at Boston,
a Xenophon nt New York, and, in
time, a Virgil at .Mexico nud a Horace
at Peru. At last somo curious
traveler from Lima will visit Eng
land and give description of the ruins
of Bt. Paul like the descriptions of
: and Palmyra."
evidence   would   seem   to con
viol    "'i'."..'.il.iy,  but he  was a eleve
i      hi    uu(J he dressetl up thc Walpole
i so   tbat   it became  one   of thc
Bnlgish littratnreand is often
Then, too, while Walpole'8
compositions would fill many volumes
he   Is   not   much     rend   noir,   while
M   '.il  v   , works   aie   as popular to-
day   as   when   be   first wrote   them,
Maoaulaya1   History   ia  among    the
classics of   the language, and but few
books   have   had   such  a sale.    It   i��
popular in Great   Britain  as well  as
on the continent and   in   tbe  United
states.   It   is r, ail second   only to   the
once (I  vill be dlfflout to In-
I'lr   hi:        put it'los si riously in   the
������ .: Irairers,   even if he did
nrlb nn Id . here and there Then,
too, hfl had the ability to greatly
iinpio.e wbal he crlbl ed,
Alioi.l-U .ill. ROYALTY,
Governor Ross favors the  aboliiion
of tho royalty collected   on   the  gold
ta   in from the Klondike and tbe tub-
ititution of in export  duty on all the
preciou   ������ itnl sent out of the country,
and   i"    :     ..vill  :< recommendation
to t be Dominion Govern*
i rn,     Under tho present
:i. owing  to   the  unwilllngnoas
ol   ii.uiv   of   the miners to   pay   the
. lueli   of   the output of 'tho
plnce        sroi    fled out of the country
ni   depi ived of con*
������,, ni'.    h is claimed that
Isi v on   was   pro-
\ i-   . that ii n wi I'io i i-i: tho  chance
,    . iIm i   by   taking  Ihe
tha.i, "i whicli g  ',   iqils   ul SUUgglil :'
mould I L'onadian   minora  us
,      as those 1 'om  foielgn  oountnoe
Id have to pay   tbe  i ��poi t del.
,,       i'i     Iniinatlon In thc shape of a
I , tints, who Bold their gold in
i llan oitlcs could be provided f,.r,
1st       ii' in w with geld tbat
Is louver   and   Victoria
wl        H     nl i'ly   paid  tho   roaylty.
i.. . idea is a Rood one and
opted by tho Federal
nui loritics, na it is certain to accom*
;il: |j i. ndod���the obtaining
of a '     all the  gold extracted
ii'n-1 the K ; Htead of only ��
tithe oi      i. s: i re i-i i.  We believe,
boi ��� rll   . on, when tbe   richer
pprtii tl     Klondike   uro   worked
oul and i he | ri fits of the   miners  ure
.   bat lilt y v. ill   uuiouiit   to
onlj '.'.."ii .   ii would be a wise mora
,.i :���' ���. ��� n  I   ������ i itporl duty.
CALGARY    LAGER
BEER
A carload of this Famous Beer has just  been  received  and
we are selling it to thc Family Trade at
$2*50 per Dozen for Quarts.
$1.50 per Dozen for Pints.
Delivered to Any Part of the City.
Special and .cry
favorable terms to the Trade.
TELEPHONE    A>0.   13.
Hudson's Bay Company.
Mi: I'li.'.i.i.i... GROWLS.
���'bitterly disappointed'' at the result way had in contemplation some time
of thc censes, r.ays the Victoria Times, since the changing from steam to
''Without speaking from a political electric power that portion of the road
point of view," the aged leader asserts'between Robson and Eossland on
that the late census was improperly ! account of the steep grades whioh
taken, that  Montreal has _0,0(w more  prevail between Trail   and  Rossland,
population than siven by the enumerators, and that the government is
doing wrong in trying to verify the
accuurcy of the returns of the census
of 1391. Sir Charles is a prophet probably not without honor save in bis
own country. When some twenty
v**ars airo be was telling the people of
Canada how much grain would be
grown in Manitoba in a few years
after the construction of tbe C. P. R.
he placed the yield at over one hundred million bushels. Twenty years
have gone by and the prophecy is still
unfulfilled. It is perhaps too much to
expect that Sir C'hurle.-. will leave to
his successor Mr. Horden, the work of
fault finding and "kicking" against
the government, for the ex-leader's
energy is still great and his disposition to hit political opponents remains
unchanged. The "ruling passion" is
evidently still strong in tho veteran
politician, and it would seem that he
intonds to continue a ''hitler" parti-
zan to the end,
EDITORIAL NOTES.
liy the departuredfPred P. Outelius
to Winnipeg, where ho goes to fill a
higher position in the employ of the
Canadian Pacific railway, Nelson
loses an estimable citizen anil tho
local stall' of the railway a respected
and able associate. Nelson's loss,
however, is Winnipeg's gain.
The average rate of freights on American railroads in 1885 was live dollars per ton and it has now been reduced to ninety-fl��e cents less than
one-fifth of the rate of thirty-six
years ago. f ars n_w curry many times
their former freight, the power of
engines haa been rastly Inoreusod,
roadways have hi'-iu improved, and
thiB has made tbe reduction in rates
possible.
but  nothing   has  been   heard   of  it
lately.
The Canadian Pacific railway is con
staatly seeking new fields into which
to extend its transportation schemes.
Mr. Whyte, the general manager, has
just returned from a trip across the
Russian possessions, the object being
to investigate the trade possibilities
with the view to establishing a steam
ship line between Vancouvor and
Vladivostock. Mr. Whyte Btated that
nothing could be given out regarding
the results of bis mission until he nad
reported to nis company, but admitted
that thu trade was large in Siberia.
It is to bo hoped that his report Will
be favorable and that the steamship
line .vill oe established, aa lines of
this character aid materially in the
building up of the mercantile and
manufacturing interests of tbe
province.
A RAGING,  ROARING  FLOOD
Washed down a telegraph line
which Chas. C. Kills, of Lisbon, la.,
had to repair, "standing waist deep
in icy water," be writeB, "gave mo a
terrible cold and oough. It grew
worse daily. Finally the best doctors
in Oakland, Neb,, Sioux City and
Omaha said I had Uonsupmtion and
cm Id uot live. Then 1 began using
Dr. King's New UiBCOvery and waa
wholly cuied by six bottles." Positively gnaiantced for Coughs, Colds
and nil Throat and Lung diseases by
Cunada Drug Sc Hook Co.    Price 50o
A delightful t~nic��� Ironbrew.
A GOOD THING.
The world's record for ehmp milling of gold ore hel i hy the Spanish
mine, near Washington, California.
During one month of the year 1809 it
milled 3,448 ions of ore at u cost for
labor. i:i.:i cent. ; supplies, 10.0 oentas
total. 88.0 cents a ton. At the samo
place mining coi t 14.0 <��� ints n ton.
Total mining and rallllug cost B8.B
cents. This is lose than one-hull the
mining an I mill ng cos"- at the
AlasUa-Troadwell, whioh ure about
1.4.7(1 cents a I ��� ��� for mUlling at 81.13
for mining, or a total of 81.47,
Eaoh >.iiiv   ivi' trial of   tho t*ham-
rock II   add to  tin    i 1   opinion  of
ber q ' llt-OS as .'. racer, and tlio fear
h, ruin  i hy the   American press thnt
she '.'. ill I. ��� aide to win the   "ip.      As
Sir Thoiui i Uptoti remarket, to a rep.
.,.-.. of   Dm   Al  oi latod   I'rcss:
".-.ho ban life   evri v    m 01 te,   and   if
she docs not carry bask tbe cup, the
American boat, ������*. blob boatB her may
well inspire pride in your people." On
tbe othor band the Constitution, the
now cup defender, is an acknowledged
disappointment and dues not nearly
come up to the expectations Of her
builders. Tho outlook is, then-fore,
very favorable for u victory for the
Hritish boat.
Oerman Syrup is the special pre
acrlptlon of. I). A. Boschee, a oele
hrute.d German Physician, and is ac
Unowledged to be ODe of the most for
tunute discoveries in Medicine. It
quickly cutes Coughs, Colds and all
l.ung troubles of tbe severest nature
removing, us It does, the cause cf the
direction and leaving the parts in a
Strong and healthy condition It is not
un experimental medicine, but has
stood the teat of years, giving satis
faction in every case, whiih its rapidly increasing sale every season confirms.' Two million bottles sold an
nually. lloschee's German Syrup was
introduced in the United States in
lsiis, and is now Bold in every town
and village in the civilized world,
Three doses will relieve any ordinary
cough Price 7f> cts. Get Green's
I'rl/.e Almanac.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
LlfllTBD.
Heart Ollice���|.|**~VVT nnd Veinon Ht., NoIhou
Tho Cascade division  of   'be ('.real
Northern Is to be equipped with electiic nn tors (or i"'1 operation of tralriH
in place nf :-ii am   locomotives.     The
Cascade division is one of steep grades
and  is located in the Cascade  moiin*
tnis.    li Ih said that tbo ofllcers of tbo
engineering   deparlmeut    hare    been
workinit on thc plans for this improve*
Sir Chttl ���    Tu  per,  the elder,   who  mont for "nearly two   years   uud   that
is again on one of   Ills   monthly   pll- wltfain a short time the definite plana ffintSSlV.nrSt'wo^ff'SraW oi  ,�����,
..,,.,,..,;;,       im.,   to   London-bus  for tho change   will   be   Officially an- ' and (five Immediate roller,   lt will euro any
��"""' , , i ,       ���, ,.      .,    ,��� '    ,      heiidaeliii no matter Imw Huvcro.
lold a reporter i-i Montreal that bo ji nounced.     ihe Canadian l'acilic rail-     For salo by J. H. Vanstono. Nelson, a C.
Thc newest nnd best summer drink���
Ironhrew.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
YARDS   AT   NKLSON  AND ROSSLAND
MILL AT PORTO RICO BIDING.
Framed
Pictures
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always In
Stock.
Wn carry a compluto Mock of Count Flooring
('(-illhit. 1 ti itrir��� Kinii.li. Turned Work, Hi _nh find
I loon.. SpooUI order work will rn..ol vo prompt
itt i i'iii Ittir   Mull ordorti HOllcltcd.
HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA
Ton many Umn tho origin of a hoadauho Ih
IDlfloaloUlalodtj and ono l>t-Ki���� dewing tho Htoin-
.<-h for It, when au application of Orhtlllin
Come and See Our
New Arrival of
Beautiful Framed
Art Productions.
Call Early.  They are
Selling Fast.
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
FOR SALE
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 .A!H, And
Baker Street.
GALT COAL
For domestic or steam use,
A  full   supply always  on
hand.
Kates to   all railway and
lake points.
W. F. TIERNEY,
General Agent.
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors   west
C.P.R. offices.
lest Transfer Co.
N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER.
Goal and Wood
Best  Fir  and Tamarac  Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work*
Offlne on   Bal">r Street
Tel. 33
OALL ON THB
NELSON WINE CO.
and try a bol.'Je, a dozen, or a barrol ol
QALQARY BEER na It i_ tho tat and
ohuauoKt on tho iinrkot. AIko try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS
PRANK  A. TAMBLYN. M--'__-_.
Telisphono 93 n��l*or St.. Nolnon
Kootenay Railway and Na.
Company, Ltd.
OpomtlnK
KASLO it SLOCAN RAILWAY
INTERNATIONAL NAV. lc TKAD OO Ltd
Shortcut and <|iiiokt'*tt route to tho oo~t> anil all
polnl~onl.l111O.lt. ic N. nnd Northern l'a-
oldo UnllwiiyH In Wa'hlngton, Oregon and
Southern Stuteri.
Time Card Effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry
8:90 a. mi. Lv.
10:66 p.m. Ar.
'Kn.,ui
Sandon
Ar. 4:00 p. m.
Lv. 1:15 p, in
Ink Nav- & Trading Co.
M.I-SON    kASU.   ROUTE.
5:20 p. m. Lv. NolHon Ar, 11:00 u. m
i'.llt p. in. Ar. Ku-Id Lv. 7:00 a. to.
ConnooUng at Kiv�� Milo Point? with Nolnon
& Fort Bhoppata It_.llway boLli to and from
lU-Kt-tUUHl, etc.	
KASLO-LAUDO-AIiOENXA .ROUTE
Htmnier from NoIhou Ic&VOfl K.   11.  & N.
wharf, Kiir-lu, II. (..'., bt. forl.artlo on MomluyH.
W-Hl'iCHdiiyi. and Fridays at 0:30 p. nt. roturn-
Ing l Im i-.Utir ovotilng.
TickotH noli! to nil parte In UbttoA BlAtea ond
CuniMta via Groat Northern antV O. It. sc N.
Co.'h lint'--.
Ooean itOfttnablp tlokbta and  ratos via all
HnoH will Ix.fimii lu- i on applLoiLtlon.
For further partlcuiarn call on or nddronH
KOUKHTIKV1NI1
y����i��.'M', Knttln.B, C
G, K Taokahuhy Akont. Nolnon, 11. C.
If there Ib anything yon rrequiru.aak
^or  it  iu    li-* -*__..'uiuu  of ihe Miner.
-^S> vi/ \*/ \*/ U> \l> t*/ \*> \*/ \*> \*> \*> vlur ii*./ idi V*> ii**/ vfc�� \l> \*> \l. il/ v*/ .4/ v#_ <fe.
D. McArthur 8 Co. f
J. Q. NELSON, Manager. g
Furniture Dealers, |
Undertakers and Embalmers.      fi
SPECIAL SALE
9    Oak Center Tables,
9
m
9
��
9
9
Oak Leather Seated Fancy Rockers
Elm Folding Tables
it ii ii .
Cane Verandah Chairs
" "       Rockers
To make room for our Fall stock of Carpets and RugB will go at
Cost.   To clear,  Baby Carriages and Go Carts, le���� than cost.
Worth $3.50 for 2.50
" $5.00 for 3.75
" $6.00 lor 4.50
" $4.50 for 3.75
'! $5.00 for 3.75
" $6.00 for 4 25
" $6.00 for 4.50
!' $6,50 for 4.75
fr
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.
Oiders by m*il receive careful and prompt attention
P. BURN�� & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OPPICB NELSON. M. C.
*-���__>���.������������������ <a*__��
Branch. Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Tkree Forks, New Denver and Slooan City.
Orders by mall to u��v branch will b��v�� careful _��d oromst attention.
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.
J. 0. BUNYAN & 60.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
IRON AND BRASS BEDS
We have the Largest and  Finest
Assortment in the city.
.
n.The Canadian Ban,k of Commerce
With 'Which U Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO.
Paid-up  Capital,   ,8,000,000 j   ItcHerve   Fund,   .8,000,000 j
Aggregate UeBources Over 865,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, Pre.idant,      B. 8. WALKER, Oeneral Manage-..
London OHlce: 60 Lombard street, B. C.
New Vork Ollices i�� Bichange Place.
And 08 braiictios in Canada and tho Unit oil Btauw, Inoludlng*
BHITISH COLUMBIA
ATUN GBKKNWOOU NKIJiON SANDON
OKANUltOOK KAMLOOI'H Nkw Wkbtminstkr  Vanooutkb
Fermik Nanaimo Rosbland Viotobia
YUKON DlSTItlCT-UAWBON AND WniTK HOR8K.
UNITHU) BTATKU-Nuw York, Han Fbanoiboo, Bkattlk, Portland, Skaoway.
Savings Bank Department.
Depo��iti Uecd-red and Intoraat Allowed.  Present Bate 8 Per Cent
Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager. \
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to Q. L. LENNOX. Bt_-.t Bt
-JelKM.
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lug er
Beer and Porter.
DROP IN AND SEE (7S
Il<__._- JV O. Nelson  Daily Miner, Thursday August 25, tcfit.
>rrr. ������<..._
MINING
-    North
he  used
__.d ���
io;
[Tne dtt
joppo-it'
lbnilt.
lark-.
jnvili'il
IKamloop
jthi
Itook p
linunies.
Inontrivanci!
of meeting
The   big    dredge   od     tbi
I Thompson river which is   to
,n working the auriferous gravel beds
tnetP    was   started   last   week.    The
.-aims to be worked were flrBt located
v H. T!. Bellamy   who  organized   a
mutiny   '"   Nelson to   work   them.
Mnmt a year ago  tbis   companv   dis-
iM*d of their interests  in   it   to   the
lloy.l Svndi -iteof London,   England,
lge was moored on   the   river
Jamieson   creek where it was
]'. .1.   Tytler   and   Standell
who represent  the   syndicate,
1 number   of   the   oitizens  of
to witness   the  starting  of
ichlnery on the   dredge,   which
ace   with     appropriate   oere-
The dredge is  an   immense
aud built   with   the  view
ind overcoming the  obsta-
(._ which   have heretofore interfered
ith the successful operation   of  such
meiprises in this country.
Ibe crane ou which the buokets are
trong weighs over forty   tons.    Each
f  the   buckets   weighs     over   1,000
oui ds.      They    are   composed    of
irougbt Iron   witn   manganese  steel
ips so hard that a file could not make
ny   impression   on the   metal.   ' The
naohioety is of the true New Zealand
ype.   slightly  modified   to meet  the
iondnlon- in this   province,   lt  will
ant 850,000 net, and was designed by
', Satchel 1 Clarke,   mining   engineer
f Vancouver, and   formerly   of  New
ind, who has been superintending
ne work of co istruction.   The dredge
���as manufactured by the Wm. Hamil
>i] Co., of Vancouver and   Peterboro.
he  capacity of   the machine will be
OOli yards every 24 hours, and it will
e operated night and day with   three
ight hour shifts.    The   dredge   is  of
he    bucket   ladder   style    and   will
each to a depth of 45   feet  under the
urface of  the   water.    The  buckets
ring up the gold-beariui{  gravel and
epusit it in a revolving screen, 4 feet
nng and   five feet ic diameter.     The
oarser material passeR down the screen
ml is carriea off by the tailings  ele*
ator to a point far in the stern.   The
nor material containing the precious
etals of gold   and   platinum  passes
hrough the screen and is   caugbt   on
he New Zealand   tables   which   have
rst a  covering ^of linen   cloth, then
loennut matting,   steel   wire   screens
eing placed over these,   lt is claimed
hat these  tables will save   the   very
nest Hour gold as well as the coarBer
ariety,   and tbat   gravel   going   ten
;nts per cubio yard will pay to work.
s   the   company's     property     gives
urface indications   from  five cents to
ISO pur yard,   tbe  enterprise should
rove   most   successful      A few days
Itei tbe trial of   the   dredge   it   was
oved down  to   the place   where the
rst actual work will be done and the
suits will   be   awaited   with  much
terest   in mining circles, as its suc-
bs   will   undoubtedly open  another
ide   field   foi   exploration    in   the
irovinoe.
| oro*. )iun osiA-i or man* romot*
���BR?
m
* CfflEASI
BAKING
nwm
Highest Honors, World's Fal?
Gold Medal, Midwinter Pair
Avoid Halting Powders containing
liluiiu   Thoy are injurious to health
BENNETT'S FUSE.
Be  sure and get the genuine   BEN-
| KBIT'S GUTTA PERCHA FUSE.not
something that looks   like   it.       aw-
rence Hardware Co., Agents.
Patenaude Bros.
OPTICIANS
If they extend the bluff to Hritish
Columiba, tbe aggregation of freaks
will take all the money the Pipestone
sports can dig up. If them don't like
baseball for a gnme we have f��w stud
poker players in these parts who
would enjoy a quiet seance with farmers burdened with the proceeds of a
good crop. If their money is all tied
np in bunking brdnchoes we have an
outfit of mule skinners in these bills
who are perfectly at home on the
nurrioane deck of a cayuse, and can
ride anything that wears hair. They
will call any bet made in horselesh
or live stock of any description.
Speaking abont riding, some of the
alakli caters would probably be flab-
beigaBted at the idea of an aerial
tramway race in which tbe contestants
wonld be asked to truvel through
space, suspeuded between mountain
peaks on a set of timber hooks, or how
would'a rido in the Rambler skip
down into a few hundred feet of darkness suit, where a thouBand feet of
country rock shut out the gentle
cbinooic ? Maybe Vipestone wonld
prefer to go up against a hockey proposition. We have a gang of kids just
graduated from the local school who
oan skate rings around anything this
far west, and it would be a picnic for
them to make ten thousand so easy.
If it comes to comparing beauty, the
Slocan has a bevy of healthy oompleo*
tioned damsels who would make the
girls from the plains look like wooden
Indians. There is only one game that
we won't buck up against���policemen,
We bad a chief here last winter who
could outspot anything Manitoba ever
dreamed of. Talk about collecting
trophies! Why, he could just gather
up everything that wasn't ohained
down. But, say! Maybe those Pipestone jays would like to open up a
city counoil contest, We have a bunch
of aldermen that we will match
against anything in the municipal
Une that ever chewed the rag; and a
mayor than can���oh I but what's the
use. Simple words and cold metallic
type fail when it comes to describing
Sandon s mayor. He's a peach. Give
him a 10-bore saweo-off and he will
make a stand-off with the  universe.''
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l ft H. PLAYF0RD J
|        & CO.        I
%       MADDEN    BLOCK      I
j   Cigars- I
|  Tobacco
�� Phone 117 X
V*********A**************X
For Rainbow Trout
T. (x. Procter's houseboat is now for
lent by the duy or week. Special rates
for family parties. First-class cook
and attendant in oharge. Rutes $2.50,
per day. Parties can get oif boats
either going or returning from Nelson.
The boat for the next two weeks will
be stationed below the Brickyard,
nearly opposite Procter.
Firstcluss flshing.snimming and boating. Apply to T. G. Procter, Baker
street, for further information.
If YOUR HORSE
Is   lame    or    inteiferes
bring  him   to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop. Jo
sephine Street
AlEX. GIBSON.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Montreal
Allan Lino Tunisian  Aug 30
Allan   Lino Numidian Kept.  7
Beaver Line Lako Superior Au_t_ 3ti
Beaver Lino Lake rtiineoe Kepi. '>
Franco-Canadian Lino Garth Gaulle ��� Aug. 80
Fruiico-Cunadiii!. Lino  W 0840-11 ���   Sept. 17
From Portland, Me,
Dominion Uno Vancouver Kepi. 7
Domiuion Lino  Dominion  Bopt��l_i
From New York
White Star Lino Toutonte.... Aug. 28
While a uir Line Gerniaijlo ��� Sopt. 4
(.unard Line Etruria Aug 31
Cunard Lino  Borvia Sepi. 3
American Line St. Paul Auk. 28
American Line Bt, Louis Sept. 4
French Line L/Aqultalae Aug. 29
French Line La Champagne  Sept.  6
N. G, L. Kai erin Maria Xlieresia Stypt. lo
Anchor Lino City of Rome Sept.  7
Hamburg American Deuteohland Sept. fl
For further particulars apply to
H. L. BROWN,
City Passenger Agent, Nolson, B. C.
W. P. P. CUMMINGS,
General S.S.   .-.nil. C.P.R. Offl -w. Winn I n.g
Spokano Falls &
northern R'v.
Kelson A Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
Mines Examined and Reported On.
NATHAN  HAAS. E.M.
Mining Engineer.
Boom i. K.-W. C. Block,
Nelson, B, C.
SIliVEl. KING MIKE
Will pay the highest oaeh piioe for all
kinds ot seoond hand goods. Will buy
or sell anything fiom an anchoi to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oaiperta,
ooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Bos 3M. Hall
a****. N��l=~n. F   ft
At the record offl"e yesterday certifl-
|ntmof improvements were granted to
Peters on the Maple Creek; O. P.
Imlnrson on Hope, Faith and Charity;
10. Pellant, et al., on Dartgnan,
forthoK, Aramis, Athos; Frank Crow,
|n ti. C ; Canadian Paoiflc Express
Ltd., on Uepubho, M. & N. Fiao-
liniml, and Rico No. 2 Fractional; W.
Hughs on Exchange; V. F. Horn*
I'mii' on Arizona.
Locations, Hool Head, at head of
pproule creek by W. F. HomShoe;
Defender, at head of Sproule oreek, by
A. Norberg; J. & H., on Porcupine
Ircclt, seven and one half mites from
|a!lwuy, by John Morigeau; Elk, on
list (ork of the northfork of Salmon
fiver, K. llinuberg;B. C.Mint, on east
fork of norih fork of Salmon river, by
.1. Koets.
W. M. MuArtliur, of Salmo, was in
Nelson for a couple of dayB this week
fct the Urand Central, looking for men
work in his marble quarry at
Bllmo, Thc qoarry is situated about
fivt< miles imm the town and is In a
pii foot ledge of lino black, white and
-lu.   marble.      Mr.   McArthur    bas
���veral large contracts at  present for
'iiiii-i.ii.ri and Viotoria.
li. James and 13cu Milloi have  just
eturned from  a   trip  up  Clearwater
reek, where they were doing   assesB-
aeut work on  the   Minnie   group  of
lime claims.   Crossing   the group aro
ItliiHe leads ranging from three to nine
���������el in width,   whioh they have strip*
|p��il lor a  considerable  distance,   and
lure well pleased   with the appearance
li! it.
Have you tried���Ironbrew.
ENDS TODAY.
The Last Thursday Half Holiday of
the Season to Be Observed.
This afternoon all the retail stores
in the city will be closed. It will be
the last of the Thursday half-nolidays
as when the movement was commenced the merchants agreed to close
only during June, July and August.
The mid-week half holiday has been
a great success and none of the merchants are sorry thoy endorsed it. It
has come to stay, the only change
which will likely take plaee next year
being the substitution of September
for June. This year June waB a very
wet month and the boldiays were of
very little good to the employers and
employees. September, on the other
hand, is generally one ot the moBt
delightful months of the year.
F. O. OBERN V. 8. UliEMENT.
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Und
Surveyor*.
P. O. Box 145 .Nelson, B.C.
THE   MINER'S
WANT   PAGE.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Advertisements Inserted nudor inls head at
the rate of one cent a word per tusurtion. No
Advertisement taken for loss than &. cents.
Situation Wanted advertisements inserted
throe times free of charge.
FOR       SALE.���Domestic
_| Machine,    (33.      Upright
good condition, a bargain.
Box 188.
Sew ing
piano   in
Apply I..,
MISCELLA NEOUS
Are you in want? If you are, tell
the people, through The Miner want
column, what you are i�� want of
You'll get >t.
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
FOIt BALE.���Corner Hall and Observatory htreets, three lot. and
Bungalow, erected less than a year
ago. Mouse has drawing room, dining room, nail, two brick lire places,
three bedroom*., a large bathroom,
kitchen, cellar, outhouse, wine verandah two sides of boose, water,
sewer and electric light, very complete, view unexcelled} very comfortable home for hinall family, To be
sold with or without furniture at
once. Owner Leaving Nejson. Apply
on premises or to Messrs. II. ._ M
liird, Haker street.
1.0OMS TO RENT.���K. VV. C. lilock-
i Two roorafl en suite, on Ward St.,
also rooms facing the west. On September 1, two single rooms and two
or three en suite lacing Baker st.
Furnished or unfurnished. Mrs. F.
J. Squire, Koom 11,  K.    VV. C.  Uloek.
NELSON, B. C.
AEUATKI. AND MINERAL WATHBS
N1CLHUN   SIJUA   WATEtt   FACTOKY-
*N. ,ll. -minimis, l-jssue-Evury known
variety of BOft Unnkri.   l'OHuxto.   Tulupln-u
.So. SL ii.xiver Btroct, Nulson.   Ikjttlors of tlie
famous dt. Leon ilol apnu^s Minora! Water
AKCIIITKCTS
C.ANli lc MACUONALU (11. Cano, Jame
/   A. iVlaixioualdl���Architects auu superm
tciuluuis, iirokun Hill iiloea, curuur iiakor and
u .u a tiu'cols, .\.;1..0II
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
HJ. KVA.Nb K CO.���iiakor airoot, Nol
��� son���Wholesale dealers in in-uoru, ci-
Kars, cement. 111- Unck and Ure cluy, wator
pipe and stool ran.-., and _uncral commission
merchants.
BOOM and board in   private   family.
Apply ou Siliea  street, second   door
west of Ward.
KOOM for   rent at   Mrs.   McBeath's,
Siliea street.
TO LET.���Four roomed cottage across
the lake. Furnished. Applv P. O.
Box 88.
WANTED
E. J. SCOVIL
MININtl DBOKEK. ����TA-t* PlIBUt
Windermere Mine*.   CorrosBondanoo SoUolted
WINDEBMEBK. B. C.
LOW   RATES.
Spokane Interstate
Fair
Spokane and Return $9.50
Sept. 9 to 20, Inclusive
Buffalo and Return
$76.00
Good for sixty days, first
and third Tuesday, August,
September and October.
Through passenger trains between Spokane and Nelson. Buffet
service between Spokane and
Northport.
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
9'00 a.m Spokane 7:35 p.nfl
12125 p.m Rossland 4:10 p.m
lo 110 a.m Nelson 6:05 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. __ T.A.
Spokane  Wash
S. K. TAOKABURY
Aeent, Nelson, B. O
WANTED.���Billets for the convention
delegates. The members of the different churches are hereby advised
that the committee of tlie Christian
Endeavor Society will call on them
in the next lew days to ascertain wh~
will entertain the visitors to the convention from 4th to 8th Septembei.
Any information will be tbankfnllv
received by E. J. Flatt. Chairman of
Committee.
SEVEN YEARS IN ItED.
"Will wonders ever cease?'' inquire
the friends of Jlrs. L. Pease, of Lawrence, Kan. They knew she had
been unable to leave her bed In seven
years on account of kidney aud livor
troubles, nervous prostration and general debility; but "Three bottles of
Kleotric Hitters enabled me to walk."
she writes, "and in three months 1
felt like a new pursoii." Women
suffering from Headache, Ilacltache,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Melancholy, Fainting and Dinzy Spells will
find it a priceless blessing. Try it.
Satisfaction Is guaranteed. Canada
Drug .t Book Co.    Only ..00.
East Kootenay's 1st Annual
Mineral, Agricultural
and Industrial Exhibition
CRANBROOK. SEPT. 25 TO 27.
Three Days  of  instruction.  Interest
and Enjoyment.
��� Miner *1 Exhibit, Backing Contests,
Agricnltuiwl Exhibit, Horse Raoes. The
best program ever seen in the oountry.
See posters and oirculars for furthei
particulars. Specially low return ruil-
rates from all points.
A. W. M'VITTIE. Secretary.
RANTED.���Young     man    to     drive
grocery     wagon.       Must   be   well
acquainted with city.     None but first
class men need apply,     llox 107   city.
NELSON Employment Agency. Haker
street.    Phone 278.   J. II. Love.
WANTED.���Waitresses. Railroad men
for Lardo.    Woman Cook.
Contraots taken   for   Diamond   Core
Drilling.
GRAIN,  HAY AND CEREALS
B"
HAUKMAN-KiUK MILLING CO., Ltd.-
W'huiesiile una ruUil < ;i_._u.r.. iu gram,
k__>, liuur, 11:01.1. Muir, ni. Virion.., -Now VVuut
minsi.ur; h.UinonU._i, Alia. _.._t:. uUh.- un ��.. .U-
K.u-y aud i-.tiiuoiii.on Railway. Mauufauturore
ol 1 in.; coiebruied ki. Se K.. in\..n\ oui'ouiti.
ttEOOBEIBS
A.
MACDONALD   & Co.-Cori.or   Kron
aud Hall  titrool����� Wholoaalo   kiocci-
uud jobbura in blankotu, Klovet., uiiiu, bouU
rubburtj, itiackiiiawb aud uiinurK' buudriott,
FttKSU A_XD SALT MEATS
Ht UN:. &. Co.-Haker ~__root,  Nol.on-
\Vholo__Ue doaiorb iu tre.li and uurod
nioai^.   Coid -.loniRO.
P.1
EST   KOOTKNAY   BUTOHKR
. . �� tureec NeU
em in frwh and ourtxl ueuta.
WI
Halter street, Nelson���WholoBale dea
CO.-
UARDWARE & M1NINU   SUPPI-1ES
LAWltKNCK
-treet,  Nelson ��� Wholesale denials lo
hardware,
otc,
HAItDWAKK CO-Uokei
. . don ��� Wholesale dsulais lo
niinors'  supplios, sporting goods
M'LACHLAN BROa. (Suooeunora to Van
dim vor Hardware Co, Ltd.) Uakor -iruoi.
Neluon���Wholesale dealors in liurtlwi.ro und
mlniug supplieH, plumbers' and tiuauiitba' hup
plies.
VTKL-ON HARDWARK CO.-Wholesale
JJ, paiulH, oila uud KlaBs; meohanioH' tools
AkuiiI- toi Onturlo Powdor Works; DLfnumlto
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
HELP FURNISHED  FRt-E-Inquire,
write, telephone or telegraph  Western     Canadian   Employment    Ollice,
1.10110 270.    II. A. Prosser.
Storage���I have a large warehouse
for storing household or othor
goods.
MISCELLANEOUS
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
N. E. T. CO.
20  Minute   Service
Cars leave top ot Stanley street and
the Park at the hour, twenty past
and twenty to.
10
10
GENTS
TICKETS 50 GENTS
Made by Thorpe Sc Co.���Ironbrew.
....WARNING TO PIPESTONE.
I Sandon,   II.   C,,   Paystreak  Makes   a
Reference to Tbat Challenge.
Wilder the heading, "This is on the
[Square," the Sandon,B, C, Paystreak
Isays:      "Pipostone,   Manitoba,   and
I alkali town with a horrible uorvc, has
olTered   to   play   any   old   kind  of a
lirame, with any town In Manitoba, or
the N. W. T , for  any kind of money
up 10 .10,000.    The PIpcKtone agrlcnl-
hurist had bettor not get to salubrious.
Late Car 10:40 each End
No
brew.
harmful   ingredients  in���Iron-
If you don't like Blue Kibbon Tia it's
because you never tasted it,
NOTICE
ST. SAVIOUR'S GHURGH.
There will he a meeting of the
parishioners 0*1 St. Saviour's ohurch
in the 8'inday school on Wednesday,
September 4th at H p. m. It is important that all parishioners should
attend.
(IHOUOI. JOHNSTONE,
FRED IHVIN<_,
Church Wardens.
REAL ESTATE
The Company have many good
building lots for sale.
Apply at the Office; on Vernon
street.
A. V. MASON.
LOST.--On Saturday   last,   card   caso
containing cards of Mrs. R. Wolsted
Day-    Finder will receive reward   by
leaving at Minor oflice.
FBEK Mllllnx Void rropirliiB -We nre
anxious to secure a fevr free mlllliiK gold
properties ut once. Tbe Projector's exchange, Nelson, It. ���, Koom 4, li W.C.
Block.
You shouldn't send out of town for
cards for yourself or your husband
until you see what Thu Miner can do
for vou.
mURNKR, BKBTON &Co.-Corner Vernon
X and Josephine tjtreetx, Nelson���Whole
salo doalers in litiuors, oigum, aud ury ���oodu,
Agontu for Pabst Brewing Co. ot Mllwuukoe
and Calgary Brewing Co. or Caigury.       	
HUDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholesalo grooorliw
and liquors eto., Bukor Stroet, Nolson.
LUMBER
N
KLSON SAW AND PLANING MILL-
OilU-O  oornor  UtUl and   Front  HirtioU.
Nelson���Lumber, ceiling, flooring, and every
Correapondonco Holicilod.
IhliiK'tn Wood for buildlnK
prioort.
mriHwurt.   Qet oui
ORE SACKS AND TWINES.
rp   GALl
JL ���   and
hund. Tolo
GALLON fc (.O.-Doalor* In oro wickH
__ _ Lwinofl. Always a largo Mock on
'olephone296. Itoom M. K. \V.-.: Itlock
<~om>hii_veiu ori'tie i,kai>  nin--4   ami
prospects wantcil.  Bend report and sum
plt>N to the ProHpector'H l-.\��httiiRe. KcInou.
B.C.   Boom 4 U..-W.-���. block.
JOHN McUTCHIE
Dominion and
ProvinciaKTI
Land Surveyor.
09 NELSON B C
LODGE MEETINGS.
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS and COPYRIGHT-
obtained in all oountries
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Hank of B. N. A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Write for full particulars.
NONE BETTER.
BOLID-TESTIBULED TKAI-.8.
PALACE D-_.ING.AND OB8EBVATI0B
0Afl3.-_.SAl.Ba~. OAETE.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of thc
Spokane Palls and Northern Railway,
aud nt Bonner's Kerry witn Kootenay
Railway Sr. Navlgatipn Co.
Direct eonnection at St. Paul without, change of depot with all trains for
Ohloago, Toronto, Montreal, New York
and nil poiute West and South.
Leavos Spokane daily for;East at*9:15am
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:15 a-m
Leaves Spokane daily lor WeBt at 8fl0 p.m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouvei',
Portland, San i'rancisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season nf navigation East
bound trains connnct at Uuluth with
themagnitlcent steamships North-West
and North-Land of thcNortheru Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls ft Northern Ry., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Kootei ui Railway Si Navigation
Oo , or to
H. A. JACKSON. Ciim'l Agent,
���    Spokanp, Wash.
G. K. TACK ABU RY, Local Agent,
--elson. B.O
A
NEUSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. &
M. meutH tiocond WcdneHaay in
month.   ViuitinR brothorn woloomo
L O. O. F. Kootonay Lodge
No, 16, mectH ovory Monday night.
at  tholr  ,iall,  Kootonay Btreet
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invited.
John A, McKae, N.O.   I>. SV. Hulhorford. V.U
Frod J. Bqulre, Por. Sot'.
J. 0. GWILLIM, B*.  So
M1NIN0 ENQ1NEEB*
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C.
mining districts.
Neluon ltoynl Arnh Clm. t_r Su. I'U.ll. il. 0.
MouIh i.hlrd wodnosday. bojournlug oompao
Ioiih inviuid. QeorgQ Johnstono, /.. K. W,
Matthows, s. K.
Nhl,~0.\  I.DIH.K   N.i.'i'i. a. of I'.
���^Kmeeta in &. bl V, ball, Odftfouowi lilock
^;*.]ili'htan(l t.hiru Tuosday owning ur o ,ob
rlniouih at H o'olook.
'All visiunK knlghti DorllaU; luvltn
Wm. luviMc. o.C.
A. T. 1'aiik, K. ul it. una M.
Neluon Knca ptnont No. ~ Moots ovory Sod
nnil till Krirtuy of eueii month, 111 Odd roUOWH
Hull coinur linker und Kooleiniy KlruulH,
NoIhou. A. B. ClnmoiiU, C. P.; 1). MoAxtlnu
lt. a.   VIhIIIhk broilion- ulwiiyn welnnmo,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
VIA
ic
To  All   Eastern   Points   via
Lake Route, All-Rail or Soo
Line, via
cago."
St.   Paul   or   Chi-
NELBON li. 0. L. No. 1602 mcotn m Fraternity Halt on i]rut and third Friday cvoningn
of each month ut tj o'clock, VlslUltg im.mbcr
cordially invited. W. W. ilrudloy. VV. K.
A.MiHty. \i.H.	
NELBON AERIE No. M, F. (>. K.. mootn
every nooond and fuurt.h VrAoUMaayi of oaul,
month. Vlnltlag iticmborri cordially invii
CharloH ^rOBMti BrKirntJiry.
Kootonay Tent No, 7, K. O, T?Nl,, hold thoir
regular muolingr. in Fraternity Hall, 1. O. O. K.
block, on tho l.t and ;trd Th._r.iday.. of oach
u.onth. Vinlting brethren cordially invited i-o
attend. G.A.Brown, it, K.; A. 1'. Purdy, Com.
H. J.Btuul. U.8.C,
Baker street
Nelson. B.C
COURT KOOTKNAY, I. O. K., No. 31^.
MootlngH ith Thursday cf month. Fratonml
hall. .1 A Irvln�� V ��<-   1*. 't. Fl.miug. K.H
Nol-mi Court Star ot Kooiouhy, A. O. F.
MeoU. 2ml and 4th .WHi.r... ij . in ovory
inunti    vifiting brethren welcome. W, Uac
Millan, * 'it.    iTobcrl  M'-UiKt, Bee,
NELSON'S  QUEEN
'    ENGLAND,
NO. 241
SONS OF ENGLAND, moot-.
1st aud :trd Wodnctuiay ovoulngKof
ooch month at Kiai4jrniiy hall,
corner of Ilakor and Kootonaj
HtrooU. ViHitlng brethern cord-
lallj Invitod.
KD-VAUD Maclkou. Boorotoxv,
Pan-American Exposition
BUFFALO. $76.00.
Sixty    Days'    Limit.
Good going Sept. 3rd, 17th
Through Sleeping Cars Kootenay L.dg. to Toronto. ��� Arrowhead to Vancouver.
For pamphlet, descriptive of Oan*
ailiaii l'Hciliu touisanii for Timo Tab a,
Unlet.,  TicknU,  i.*ip!y
H. L. Bhown,
City I'BHSouK'ir A��out
S. Oabtbb,
Uis. I'tiHB. Aft.
N-1UUD.
E. J. (ll'YLK
A. O. P. A.
Vnncouver ���
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Nelson Daily Miner, Thursjw, August 29   igoi
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This'cut il-
liiHt rates
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this popular
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no unscrewing of the
pen sectiun,
ho inky Sogers, and always an even,
regular flow of ink. Made in all
grades of points���fine, medium,broad,
coarse. Absolutely guaranteed. S:i to
85. Money back if not satisfied.
Strangers aro welcomo to look through
our store, and your welcome is not
dependent on a purchase.
THOMSON
STATIONERYC0.1
NELSON. B.C.
Pianos to Rent at 17 per month.
��*WVWW��^^^VVVV*VW*tWVV
THE CITY
The laying of the first marble at the
postofiice *nas commenced yesterday.
At the police court yesterday there
was but one case, that of a drunk
who was fined tbe usual .5 and   costs.
Yesterday morning a laige porcupine, weighing over fifty pounds, was
shot on the Halls mine road close to
town.
The Salvation Army ofllcers here
expect word today as to who is the accepted contractor for the erection of
the new barracks.
There will be a (hill tonight at the
skating rink of tbe Nelson company
of the R. M. R. Meraters to take the
special car must be at thc armory in
uniform not later than 8 p. m. All
the officers will be present.
Workmen are engaged in taking up
the old two inch water main on Stanley street from Vernon to the south
side of Vernon and replacing it with
a six-inch steel pipe. On Hoover from
Ward to Stanley a t-inoli pipe is being
put iu to replace tbe present -'-inch
one.
The teachers and ofllcers of the
Baptist Sunday School and of the
II nine Addition Sunday Schcol and thu
members of Pastor Morgan's Bible
class will go to Kokanee Creek this
afternoon on a picnio. All are requested to be at Hale's hoat house,
at 1 p. m. sharp to board the naptha
launch.
Ic chambers tbis morning before
Judge Forin, L. Barrett, accused of
stealing a tin e check daring the construction of the Lardeau railway, will
be up to elect whether he will take a
speedy trial or have tbe case transferred to the assizes. Another suit
which will be brought up is the case
of Lawr vs. Byers, relating to a
mechanics' lien.
A pleasant dance was given last
evening in the spaoious dining room
of thc Urand Central hotel by the
ladies stopping at the hotel. Twenty
five couples were present, Millward's
Orchestra providing music for the
dancing. About midnight refreshments were served and the paity
broke up between 2 and 3 a. m., after
an enjoyable evening.
At the fire hall a drill was held
with the new Pompier life belts for a
couple of hours yesterday and was
very interesting to the spectatoia
A long cotton rope, specially prepared
for fire use. was stretched from the
top of the lire hall, fifty feet from the
ground, and tbe firemen in turn put
on the belt, wh icb has a strong snap
hook in front, through which the line
is allowed to slip aftor a hitch has
been made to check the speed of the
descent. In the first couple of tries
the rope, not being properly caught
in tho hook, slipped and caused
several nasty burns on the hands of
the fireman who was descending
Fireman Stutter was the (list to get
thc hitch arianged properly and slid
down at tho correct speed, and Boon
became proficient with the device,
which is certainly a most useful   one.
A new water main is being laid on
Robson street and a portion of the
street has been closed to tratlic for
several days past. Resides the main
drain, side ones to get at the .small
pipes running into the houaos along
the street had to be exoavated as it
was necessary to lower them to the
level of the new main. Yesterday a
boy named Maekrstocker was riding a
horse along the street, and coming to
the place whero the excavations commenced turned the horse on to the
side walk and continued on his way.
Ho had only gone a short distance bo
foro thc horse attempted to get Dack
to the roadway and In doing so went
down into tho drain, snapping oft" a
Bmall water pipe at its junction with
the main. Neither boy nor horse was
hnrt, but the wHter from the pipe
quickly Hooded the drain",doing some
damage to tbem before the main was
turned off.
The Salvation Army attracted considerable attention last evening in
tbeir street parade by the peculiar
attire of the ladles who were dressed
in white with over robes of red, to
typify the change wrought by conversion.
A large quantity of contractor's
materials, consisting of tools, ropes,
tackle, etc., whicli have been stored at
the Nelson Sampling woiks, were
shipped yesterday to Porter Bros., at
Marcus, to be used in the construction
of the bridge across the Columbia.
Today the Odd Fellows of Nelson
Encampment No. 7 hold a picnic at
Squires ranch. Halo's launch will
mane several trips, starting at 4 p. m.
from Hale's boathouse. All Odd Fellows, their wives and lady friends are
nvited to attend and bring their basnets and have a good time. There will
be games and the bathing is excellent
Cooling   and    refreshing ���Ironbrew.
PERSONAL
W. R. Wilson, representing the
Giant Powder Company, i8 at the
Hume,
A. 0, Creelrr.an, contractor and
builder, came in yesterday from
Rossland.
C. M. KoMon, representing the Imperial Oil Company, is stopping at
the Ilumu.
Charles Oft", manager of the Enterprise mine, at Ten Mile creek, is at
tbe Hume.
M. S kogan and E. Croieau, mining men from Rossland are stopping
at tbe Hume.
M. S.Logan arrived here from Rossland yesterday and today will visit
the Juno property.
R. A. C. McNally, of the James
Cooper Manufacturing Co., arrived
here fiom Rossland yesterday, enroute
for East Kootonay.
Frank Robins,manager of the North
Star mine, who returned on Tuesday
from a trip through the Lardeau
country whither he went on mining
business, left for tne North Star mine
last evoning.
Tracy W. Holland, secretary of the
Orand Forks Townsite Company, was
at the Phair yesterday, and reports
that a large force of men are engaged
in grading tbe line between Orand
Forks and Republin.
Rev II. S. Akehurst returned Tuesday evening after a pleasant month's
stay at Kamloops and the coast.
Mrs. Akehurst and child are still in
the east and will remain for a week
or so more.
Connt A'Wachtminster. a Swedish
nobleman who has been staying at the
Phair for a couple of days, left yesterday for the east. Ho has been traveling in America for the past ye��r but
is now on his way homo. He has
considerable mining interests in the
Slocan and oamo north to look over
his investmouts. He is much pleased
with Nelson and intends to return
here next summer for a visit.
AT THE HOTBLS.
Phair.��� G. A. Austin, Calgary; R.
A. C. McNally, Rossland; M. Stoven-
son Bnd daughter, Ainsworth; Q, H.
Cowan, II. H. Morris, Vancouver; J.
S. Reed, Portland; C. R. Davis, wife
and child, Rossland; Mrs. H. Wood,
Denver, Col.; T. Baker, Helena, Montana; J. C. Campbell, Rossland; R.
H. Jamiesnn, Victoria; G, C. Crook-
shanks, wife and child, St. Paul; R.
R. Bruce, Peterboro ;Miss A. Grierson,
Miss Taylor, Mrs. Grierson, Mrs.
Troup, Seattle.
Hume.���,1. R. Gifford Hall Minos;
C. M. Roleton, Vancouver; MisB M.
McQueen, Kaslo; J. J. Southcott,
Victoria; J. A. Herron, Spokane;
Mrs. White, Trail; E. Orotoau, Rossland; \V. Holland, A. McQueen, Grand
Forks; M. S. Logan, Rossland; W. R.
Wilson, Golden; Charles Of, Enterprise.
Queens.���C. C. LeMoine, Pembroke;
H. fl. Creolinan, Rossland; N. T.
Smith, and wife, Sandon; Mrs. E.
Stewart. Spokane; A. B. Ilockstrader,
Cody; VV. A.  Davis,  Kaslo.
Grand Central.���I. A. Armstrong,
Boone, Out.; Vi. 3. Ueggin, Springfield, Ont., .1. F. Carrell, Sandon;
Mr. and Mrs. F. Gonchei, Vancouver;
II.  Ilolton, Rossland.
MACK" Kll.KI'ATRlCK MARRIED.
Popular Nelson Husiness Man Deserts
tho Ranks of the Bachelors.
Yesterday at fi p. in. J. A. Kirk-
patrick, the well known Nelson business man, property owner and capitalist, took unto himself a wife in the
person ol Miss Jessie (1. McKay of
Shubenacadir, Nova Scotia. Tho news
was received iu the city by some of
Mr. Kirkpatrick's personal friends
with considerable surprise as it was
not generally known that his eastern
trip was to have any such intensting
development. A large number of telegrams were despatched from here last
night to tho Nova Scotia town with
the unpronounceable name.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpalriuk will visit
the Tan-American exposition and
other points of interest before coming
west.
gradually rising from the waters of
the lake and the Lardeau river, a considerable portion of which has just
been cleared of timber. The railway
now building from Kootenay Lake is
expected to reach the point very
shortly, which will be the terminus
'or the present.
Arrangements have just been completed whereby the company have
acquired an interest is Trout Lake
City at thu upper or west end of Trout
Lake, where the company intend
building a freight shed and wharf.and
as soon as the railway is completed
to Twin Falls the coinpany intend
placing a steamboat on Trout Lake,
which with tnose now operating there
will afford shipping facilities for tbe
mines around Trout Lake City and
Ferguson.
Mr. F. C. Elliot of Twin Falls and
Trout Lake City, is local agent fur the
sale of lots at the former point.
ROSSLAND STRIKE.
The Situation in Rossland as Sized
Up By Tho Rossland Woild.
The ai rival here last night of Henry
tiratnober, the San Francisco mining
eugineer,who has figured prominently
in Le Roi matters of late, and E. B.
Braden, formerly manager of the
mint at Helena and now representing
tho United States smelter trust, has
excited a great deal of local   interest.
Neither of the gentlemen mentioned
has anything to say for publication,
but plenty of people who know all
about it are ready to explain matters,
and the situation promises to grow
exceedingly inteiesting from this
time on.
Mr. Bernard Macdonald was down
town this morning but he is not
known to have called on Mr. Bratno-
ber���nor is he likely to do so. It is
not probable either that Mr. Bratno-
ber will call at the B. A C. ofllcers
��� for the present.
Tbe San Francisco mining man is
populany supposed to represent here
the element in London which has succeeded in ousting Whitaker Wright
from the Le Roi directorate. Two
weeks ago this same element announced that they controlled somo
40,000 shares of Le Roi stock and
were daily receiving assurances of
support from all parts of tbe old
country. Tbeir last circular includes
a thorough reconstruction of Le Roi
affairs. It is well known that neither
Mr. Bratnober nor his London associates are at all fiiendly to the management of Mr. Macdonald here and at
Northport and a change is inevitable.
Manager Macdonald has not been
altogether idle, he took a party of
Rossland supporters down to North-
port yesterday and demonstrated satisfactorily to them that everything
was going on smoothly there. There
was also a rumor on the street this
morning that one of Whitakei
Wright's last acts was to sign a now
contract with his Rossland manager,
engaging his services for a period of
three years, and consequently Mr.
Macdonald feels more than ev3r secure
in his position, even if other people
have doubts about it.
The week promises to be bcth an
interesting and exciting one, and
further dovlopments are anxiously
awaited. ���Rossland World.   '
who have seen it. Jake is now using
it in his work, and he is delighted
with it. He says it is several seconds
faster than his old boat, and it has
strengthened his confidence that he
will be abla to defeat bi young oppo*
nent on September 4.
TAKEN TO PHOENIX.
The big Shay engine that plied for
many months between Smelter junction and Rossland has be .mi sent to
Ebolt. She will be utilized to haul
ore on the hill out of Phoenix, a run
of about ten miles similar in almost
every respect to the Rossland hill. As
the Shay was opr rated most successfully at Rossland, it is only natural
to suppose that the big mill will be
equally useful at Phoenix. When the
mines on Red Mountain recommence
shipping ore, No. Ill will be brought
back or tho run will be taken hy the
new Shay recently ordered hy tho C.
P. R.
S. F. & N. CHANGES.
Edward   Sawyer,    treasurer   of   the
Great Northern, will succeed   F.    W.
Bobbitt as treasurer   of   the   Spokane
Falls Sc Northern. J. Anthony Smith,
:chief   clerk   to  Mr.  Bobbitt, will   bo
J promoted to the position of cashier of
I the   Spokane   Falls   Sc   Northern and
| Auditor A. M. Thomas will look after
the other   duties   performed   by   Mr.
Bobbitt as treasurer of tho road,   thus
relieving the   new   vice-prosidont,   P.
T. Downs, of all routine   work.     Mr.
Bobbitt, who is   made   cashier of   tho
Great   Northern   system,    will   leave
Spokane for St. Paol ahout September
1, on which date   the change becomes
effectivo.
NEW KOOTENAY TOWN.
Twin Falls Will Be tho Terminus of
the New Lardo Road.
Tho C. P. R. have just placed tho
townsite of Twin Falls, heietoforo
known as Selkirk, on the market. The
townsite is beautifully situated on
the cast end of Trout Lako, ou ground
POPULATION OF ROSSLAND.
A speei.il despatch from Ottawa says
Rossland bas a population of 8,188;
families 1,303 and dwellings 1,807.
Nanaimo has 0,130 against 8,0711 in
1H1I1, and New Westminster 0,408,
against b.878 in iSOl.
.   GAUDAUR'- NEW SHELL.
Rat   Portage,   Aug. 88.���(iaudaur's
new   shell,   in which ho will row thc
l big race on   September 4, has   arrived
from Roddick, the   builder.      It is   a
perfect   model   of   the   boat-builder's
[skill, and is greatly   admired   by   all
STAMPING OUT FEVER.
The Yellow Plague Has Been Entirely Suppressed iu Havana.
Washington, Aug. 23.���The War
Department, through the division of
insular affairs, bus published a statement indicating what has been done
by the military authorities toward
ridding the Island of Cuba of yellow
fever. Pointing out that in 1800 tho
death rate from yellow fever was
twenty per cent, of all whom had the
disease, the reports show that now,
after two years of Ameriuan rule,
Santiago is as clean as any American
city and has had no yellow fever since
December 27, 1800. Its banishment
from Santiago, its habittion for four
hundred years, was accomplished by
cleanliness and energy intelligently
directed by the military authorities
and its absence has been no freak or
acoident. The general sanitary condition of Havana is said to be excellent, the death rate for Juno last
comparing favorably with many large
cities, as, for instance, Mexico, with
0...02 per cent., Vera Cruz, 37.517 and
Rouen, France, in April last 28.43.
The Havana death rate was 23.28.
ESCAPED LYNCHING.
Fort Smith, Ark., Aug. 28.���Louis
Smith, the 55-year-old negro, whom a
mob tried to reach in the county jail
hero at midnight last night was saved
from lynching through the pleading
of the father of Lucy Watson, the
little girl assaulted by Smith, and by
the prompt action of Chief of Police
John Fuller. Smith was finally removed from the flimsy jail to the
federal prison.
KILLED IN BATTLE.
Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 28.���News
reached the city this morning that
Liuet. Cyril Moore, son of J. G.
Moore, of Winnipeg, nad been killed
in action near Barrismith, South
Africa. Lieut. Moore left Winnipeg
at his own expense to join the Yeomanry corps in England, and worked
his way from the tanks to a commission, which was conferred upon him a
short time previous to his death.
WOULD WRECK A TRAIN.
Chatham, Ont., Aug. 28.���Charles
Gatlycock, West Lione, charged with
attempting to wreck a passobger train
near Dutton, was remanded foi a week
today before Justice Jones. Officials
of the Lake Erie & Detroit railway
say Gatlycock placed half a carload of
gravel ou the track and, bnt for the
watchfulness of the engineer, many
l'ves would have been lost.
I. 0. 0. F. PICNIC
The Oddfellows   of  Nelson   Encampment No. 7 and Kootenay  Lodge   No.
16, are going to hold a Picnic at
SQUIRE'S RANCH. THURSDAY.
AUGUST 29.
Hale's launch will mane several tripB,
starting at 4 p. ni., from Hale's boat-
house, for tbe accommodation of those
not hiring boats. All Oddfellows
their wives and lady friends invited
to come and bring their baskets and
enjoy themselves.
Committee���Geo.   nale,   Geo.   Kin-
rado and 1. J. Squires.
FOR SALE
20.000 SHARES SIMILKAMEEN VALLEY COAL CO., Limited.
Having been appointed official
broker for the above Company I will
offer shares for the next fifteen days.
These will undoubtedly advance as
rapidly as did the Crow's Nest Pass
Coal Company.
For further particulars and prospectus
apply  to
REGINALD J. STEEL
BAKER 8TREET
H. & M. BIRD
BROKEN HILL BLOCK.
FOR SALE.
JMr. Bin Hodge's residence on Mill
street with four lots; five rooms down
stairs, three bedrooms and large
bathroom upstairs. Furnace just put
iu���-A well built and comfortable
home.    Terms of payment   easy.
See also list of houses and lots for
sale and resideuees for rent at door of
our otlices next to MoArthur's on Baker street.
DON'T THROW THEM AWAY
It is just like throwing away money,
when you throw a<vay the SNOW
SHOE TAGS which are on every plug
nf Bobs, Pay Roll and Currency
Chewing Tobacco. Save them and
you cun have your choice of 150 band-
some presents.
Ask your di**Uur (or a catalogue.
R. H. R. BAND
Can be engaged for summer months for Excursions, Picnics, Lawn Socials or anything that requires music.
Wambold's Orchestra
For Balls, Part'es, Roceptions, Banquets, etc. Regular
prices. Allure members of Local No 94, A. F. of ,M.
Musioal Protective Association. Apply to J. B. POL*
LARD, at E. J. Robie's Tailor Shop. Baker Street.
mm
"TEbe IRogal Bank of Canaba"
Incorporated 1869.
Capital   AuttaorUi-il,     .     .    _U,000,t��0.001  Capital Paid-up,     ,    .    .      _MO0,60M|
Kent, -H,luu,o_u,tn
Board of Director*     Thomas E. Kenny,  Preeident;   Thomas Ritchie, Vioe-Hrosldooi
Wiley Smith. H. Q. Bauld, Hon. David MaoKeen.
lie nil OIB.ee, Halifax 1
General Manager, Kd.-uu L. Pease, Montreal.
Superintendent of Branches, and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Halifax.
Bran    ea t
���e bee���Montreal,
West End (Cor. 	
neurs Streets'; Weatmount (Cor. (j-���!,
Avenue and St. Catharines Street,
'ova   geotla���Halifax   Branch,   Antlgonl<*h
Brldgewater, Un. sboro. ijondontlerry, Lu
euburg. Maitland (Hants Co.), Pictou, Port
Hawkesbury, Sydney. Shubenacadie, Truro,
Weymouth.
New    Brunswick ��� Bathurst,     Dorcheater,
Fredericton, Kingston  (Kent Co.), Mono-
ton, Newcastle, Sackville, St, John, WoodHtock-
P. K. Inland���Charlottetown, -ummorcide.
(City   Oflloe),   Montr*!
. Notre   Dame and __,.
Ontario���Ottawa.
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cuba, West ladles���Havana.
United Males���New York (16 tixcha-igo iw
RopubUo.Wash.
BRANC.U8 IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,     anconv.r
Vancouver East End, Victoria,
Correspondents t
Canada-Merchants Hank of Canada.   Boston-National Shawmut Bnnk.   C-HeaiiD���Illlnot
Trust and Savings Bank.   Son Prunclseo-First National Bank.   London,   Bug.- Bank i
Scotland.   Paris, France���Credit Lyonnais.   Bermuda-Bank of Bermuda.   CI111111 and Ji.
pan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.    Upokane -Old National Bank.
General Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  tough
and Sold, Utters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
THE   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE
NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. 0.
Gold, Silver-Lead  and  Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
FREE MILLING GOLD properties wanted at once for Eastern
investors.
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 British Columbia.
Prospectors and iniuing men 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
ANDREW   F.   ROSENBERGER.
Telephone No. 104.   P.O. Box 700. NELSON, B.C.
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BRIGHT AS
A MIRROR
Every housewife whs
takes delight in a
spick and span kitchen will find what she
wants in our stock of
HARDWARE.    AGATE
AND TINWARE
The shining quality
of the surface is indicative of the superior merit of the
goods through and
through
M'LACHLAN BROS.
aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiimuiuuii-Ui_umuiiiiuiummuuiuiiiii
IK
LUipber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings, Sash Doors.
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LA lt LO.
A. R. BARROW, a.m. lon
Provincial  Land Surveyor
Corner Viotoria and Kootenay SU.
���P.O. Box 500 Telephone  No. 05
HEAD OFFICE:   NEL8ON
J. A. "SAYWARD.
R   PURDY
Custom Honse Hroker and Employment
Office. Telephone 44. P. O. Box 583-
Btauley Street, Nelson. R. 0.
The DAILY MINER
WILL nE DELIVERED TO
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning immediately
on arrival of steamer, at the
rate of   ,.,,,..   ,
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions to bo left
With the agent,
D.  J.  YOUNG.

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