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Daily Edition No.  1126
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Wednesday,  August 28, 1901
Eleventh  Year
Governor Ross of the Yukon
Not in Favor of the Royalty on Gold.
Fuel Supply Will Be a Serious
Question ln Dawson.
Coast News.
Victorin. II. 0., Aug. 27.���If the
views of liovernor Koss are to prevail at Ottawa,the present season will
be the Inst upon which a royalty upon
the gold will be collected in tho Klondike. In the opinion of the chief executive olliner the imposition of an
expoit duty ou the precious metal
which is extracted from the creek
beds and bill sides of the Klondike
would be far more effective, and altogether a more rational sjstem of deriving revenue than the present one.
A recommendation to that effect has
already gone forward from Governor
lioss to the Dominion Government at
Ottawa, and although it is unlikely
tbat sny change will be made in the
nmtliods of raising the revenue in the
north this year, hi6 advice will certainly havo great weight in regard to
tlio administration of affairs in the
Yukon next season. The advantages
nf tba Bystem were explained by Governor Robs this morning in a conversation with the correspondent of The
Minor. Under the royalty tax there
is a great leakage of revenue due to
the natural desire of the miner to
avoid payment of the tax which is
always more or less irksome. Under
an export duty little loss need result,
as a penalty of confiscation would
probably be attached to .-old crossing
the border line, upon which the export tax bad not been pai". And no
company or individual miner would
risk the loss of thc entite amount of
treasure for the sake of avoiding a
trifle in the way of duty. The new
system would apply to corporations
and banks, as well as miners. The
customs offices at the bounday line
would weigh the gold there and exact
thc proper duty before allowing the
gold to proceed. This would apply to
ull gold going out of the territory and
would thus apply to Canadian miners
from the other provinces as well aa
those from the United States. Discrimination might be shown,however,
by providing for a rebate on any gold
sold in Canadian cities, just as the rebate on the royalty is now given in
the cities of Victoria and Vancouver.
Tbe Governor, who intends to remain in Victoria until the -ith, and
then return to his labors going by the
steamer Hating, expresses himself as
highly pleased with tbe condition of
affairs in Dawson, the general
character of the camp,and the outlook
for its future.
The question of fuel is of course one
which juat now is the most serious
problem for tho miner. The problem
bas not yet reached the a_ute stage,
for there is still sufficient wood in the
country to meet all demands made
upon it, and the situation will bo
further relieved by the removal of the
reserve, which Governor Koss intends
to make upon his return,from about a
thousand acres of land along the
Klondiite river. This belt of timber
land was reserved originally for mining purposes, and the time now Beems
ripe for throwing it opan. It extends
for eight or ten miles along the hanks
of the Klondike river, and probably
averages about a mile in width.
Some of it will be suitable for milling
purposes and the remainder will be
available for the miuors'fuel supply.
Dr. Gibbs, who wont to the Skiena
river to stump out the smallpox epidemic has returned home. He suys
there were IS) oiisob among the Indians
but the disease has  now   disappeared.
handed to the C. P. JR. company.
Speaking of the trade possibilities he
i suid that the recent taiiff imposed by
Russia, which discriminated against
the United States goods, was a handicap to trade, but the market was
large in Siberia and the distriot resourceful, alt'iough the people bowed
under militarism and priesthood and
were pooi. He learned while at
KhabarolT that General Gribski, who
was reported io have suicided because of tbe Amur massaoi-e, where
2,940 people were killed, had been
banished to Knmscateka. He says a
grave insurrection prevails in Manchuria, and he was warned at Pekin
by the Hritish ambassador not to go
through there. Tbe Rus.ians aie very
secret, however,concerning the details
and he could learn nothing of them.
Genetal Guselee, commander of the
British forces in China, was a passeu
ger on the Empress bound for London,
and another passenger was Lady
Blake, wife of the Governor at Hong
Victoria B. C. Aug, 27.���W. Whyte,
general manager of the C. P. B., who
left London on May 27, to go across
Siberia to investigate the trade possibilities with a view to the establishment of a C. P. R. steamer line to
Vladivostock, similar to the Empress
liners, to connect with the 0. P. R.
and trans-Sibjrla lines,returned today
by the Empress of China. He said in
an interview thnt he could givo nothing out regurding the lesults of hm
mission,   until   his   report   nail been
Viotoria, B. C, Aug. 27.���Chinese
papers received by the Empiess of
China today, contain accounts of a
massacre of Chinese in the Kwan Tien
Nion district of Manchuria, tbe Russians excusing the massacre by the
statement that tbe peasants kP'ed were
mistaken for insurgents. Few details
are given. Further troubles in Mongolia Rod Manoburia are reported,and
according to the North China Daily
News, the Russians have placed 20,000
men on the Md-ieburian Korean
frontier to open with the rebels.
The Shanghai Mercury publishes a
letter trora Rev. Frank Heran of
Clio Ping, who bas btcu journeying
through north Sheng Tung, to the
effect that the Boxers are Drilling and
preparing for a rising in that province.
Christtians have been openly threatened. A boxer placard has been found
posted at Canton, denouncing foreigners and calling upon the Chinese to
rise and refuse to pay the indemnity
to thc foreigners.
The Japan Herald announces that
Marquis Ito \\ ill shortly make a trip
to America for his health. He will
spend his time while on this side on
the Pacific coast.
The Chinese papers contain long
accounts of the floods caused by the
overflowing of the Yang Ste Kiang
and stories are told of drowning of
hundreds of villagers, of the breaking
of embankments, Hooding of millions
of acres of rice holds, and of great
destruot'on generally by the floods.
Steamers are running inland from the
former banks of the river.
Immigrants are now being allowed
to leave Japan again for Hawaii, the
ban placed upon the emigration by
Japan having been raised shortly before the Empress sailed.
The allies have returned to tbe
Chinese the warship Haaiang, flagship
of Admiral Yin, ���which wns taken during the bombardment of Tuku.
Tueon, Ariz., Aug. 27.���6. F.
JoBsey, United States Chinese inspector here, was acoidentally killed
today. He was investigating a disturbance in his district, where he apparently fell from a ladder and was
killed by the piemature discbarge of
his shotgun. The fact that he was
accused of complicity in the Chinese
smugging ut Nogales, arouses suspicions of suicide, but there are absolutely dispelled by the evidence
bought out at the inquest.
National League���Uoston il,    Brook
lyn 4; Boston 0, Brooklyn   il;   Philadelphia 3, New   York 5; Philadelphia
4, New York 5; Cincinnati 2,   Chicago
3; St. Louis 1. Pittsbuig 7.
American League���Chicago 5, Philadelphia 7; Milwaukee 5, Baltimore 5,
culled on account of darkness;
Detroit 1, Boston 2; Cleveland o,
Washington a.
Eastern League���Rochester 1,Brockton 0; Hartford 0, Buffalo 4.
Providence, R. I., Ag. 27.���The
match race between Cresceus and Tho
Abbott Bchoduled for next Wednesday
at Charter Oak Park, has been called
off. Mr. Ketchum has said that he
feared in case o* the raoe going
against him, lie would not he given a
r'turn match.
Llpton's Boat Showed up We!!
In a Long Spin Yesterday.
Likely to Be a Strong Favorite When Contestants
Gross Line.
New York, Aug. 27.���The Shamrock
II.  was given a good   long spin today
both inside and   outside Sandy Hook.
She was tried in windward   work and
bioad and close reaching.    In fact the
challenger was given everything except a spinnaker run, in a breeze that
sometimes piped up to 12 knots, and
at no time was nnder eight knots.
The good opinion of her speed merits
and ability to carry lofty canvas, was
emphasized. Many yachting experts
who saw her performance call her a
wonderful beat. All say she is the
most dangerous proposition that ever
came over the water, hunting for the
America Cup. She had life in her
every minute. She gathers way with
remarkable rapidity, is quick in stays,
points very high and stands up under
a tremendous spread of canvas like
the proveibial steeple. At no time
today did she put her rail under, even
when bearing around close hauled
and taking a 12 knot breeze aoeam.
With ail this she is a very beautiful
boat under sail, and taken altogether,
is a decided improvement on the old
Sir Thomas Lipton was on board
during the entire trial, and when
seen at Saudy Hook after the racer
had picked up her mooiings, seemed
much pleased with her showing.
"Tnis is the 20th spin which the boat
has had," said he, "including her
races on the otber side. She is improving all the time, and I am mors
pleased with her today than ever
before. At no time did we carry any.
water on deck; she has life every
minute, and if she does not carry
back the cup, tbe American boat that
beats her may well inspire pride in
your people."
The Shamrock covered the nine
miles from the southwest sprit to
Owls head against the tide of three
knots, in 59 minutes. The run back
over the same course, including six
tacks, was done in 57 minutes.
Of course the people of Nelson are
taking a great interest in the ap-
nroachiug yacht races and if there is
any American money iu Bight it will
not go begging. Shamrock II. is a
strong favorite and it is generally
conceeded that Lipton will be successful in lifting the cup. Of course,
with Canadians the wish may be
father to the thought but it is noticed
that Americans here who would give
a great deal to see the cup stay on this
side have no money to say it will.
There is any amount of Shamrock
money lying atound loose and those
who want to take tho otber end of it
need not look far.
Suoh despatches as the above relating to the work of tbe Shamrock give
eonHdence to the locnl onthusiaBts that
the cup will cross the ocean, lt must
be remembored by Miner readers thnt
nil despatches concerning the big
yachts come through American sources
and ure never for that reason, over
flattering to the challenger. Tho
fulsome praise, however, that tho
American writers are bestowing on
Shamrock II. shows that they regard
tho cup as in a very dangerous
This is made the more evident by
the unsatisfactory work of the new
enp defender Constitution, whioh has
showed herself inferior to tlie Columbia ot two years ago. Successive trials
have shown that the new Shamrock is
faster than Columbia nnd unless Constitution bIiowb herself very fast in
the official trial races to select the de<
fender whioh commence next Saturday, it looks very much like a Lipton
victory. The trial races will take
place at Newport Oe^ween Constitution
and Columbia and tbe latter seems to
be the favorite.
When tho racos commence next
mouth Shamrock II, will probably
be the strong favorite among the betting men.
Head of Steel Strikers Willing
to Have Civic Federation
Developments  of Yesterday
Show Steady Gains for
the Corporation
Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 27. ���It is
leBrned late tonighi that President
Shaffer has sent out letters to all
members of the executive oommittee
of the Amalgamated Association inviting their approval of the peace
plan agreed upon last Saturday by the
representatives of the National Civic
Federation at the Amalgamated
Association's headquarters. The plan
First, that the New York offer of
July 211 mai'3 by Messrs. Schwab and
Morgan be accepted. This provides
that the tin plate mills resume under
the scale signed for the year beginning July 1st. That Ihe Hoop Company sign for all mills signed for last
year and that the Sheet Steel company sign for all mills signed for last
year except Old Meadow snd Salts-
Second that a provisional scale oe
arranged but not signed for Painers,
Lindsay and McCuteheon's and the
Clark mill, lea.'iDg recognition of the
union open.
Third, that the United States Steel
Corporation formally declare its attitude toward organized labor, this
declaration to take such form as will
have a reassuring effect upon the men
in the mills.
' President Shaffer aesei ted to thc.e
propositions aud is now awuiting the
result of a vote by mail.
If approved the Civic Federation
people will endeavor to secure an
audience with the Steel Corporation
officials in New York.
Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 27.���Practically the only significant event in the
strike today was the stand taken by
the American Tin Plate Co. In reference to its course in the future. An
official statement fiom tho company
denies that there aie any negotiations
looking to a settlement of the strike
on foot, and authorizes the statement
that mills put into operation during
the strike will bo continued non-union
and all men going to work now will
be retained in their positions. This
statement will have its effect because
of the fact that the Tin Plate trade
has always been considered us among
the strongholds of the Amalgamated
Asrociation and the defi appears to
have been brought about by the association declaring a strike against the
Tin Plate company afier the Bcale tor
the year had been signed. Notwithstanding the fact that the Amalgamated people cluim justification on
the ground that their constitution
provides for such prooedure, the
officials of the Tin Plate company
consider the action a breach of trust
and say that henceforth tbey are determined to cut loose from union
labor   entirely. The     association
officiu.-. treat the threut with indifference, thoir only reply being that the
company oannot carry out its plan because nearly all of the .skilled tin
workers of the country are members
of the association and the plants cannot be run without them. The corporation, however, has started several
of their plants in u way, und claim to
have all the men necessary within
reach to operate tbem in full, as soon
aa the machinory is in proper shape.
Tho developments of tho day^would
appear to evidence slow but sure gains
by tbe corporation.
The following summary gives the
status in this district:
Painter mi 11���Six mill, being operated and management suys plmty of
good material is being turned out.
Star mill���Men still at work upon
two millB, no more men havo entered
the plant, third turn may be put on
at midnight.
Lindsay and McCutcbcon mill���
Several mills secured, two mills open
with separate crews.
McKeesport���Representatives of the
tube workers deoided to stand by
Amalgamated officials.
Demmlcr plant may be started this
President Shaffer says he will consider a pe-ice proposition from responsible parties. Tbe Amalgamated
official.!, ate confident of success,
The one mill within this district
where strikers have scored a victory
is at Irondale, Ohio. At tins place
the American Tin Plate Co. was compelled to close down its recently open*
ed plant for lack of men to operate it.
Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 27.���The Ox-
oitement at McKeesport at midnight
is intense. Between 200 and 30(1
strikers uie parading the streets in au
angry mood over the reports to the
effect that Demmler plant would resume at (i o'clock in the morning.
Winnipeg, Aug. 27.���In tlie police
court today R. P. Robin, premier of
Manitoba, charged bis partner in the
cattle business, D. W. Mills, with the
theft of SlO.ooO. Roblin ciia.ged that
during his absence in the e: t Mills
sold several hundred head of cattle
owned by them jointly, and kept the
proceeds.    The case was continued.
London, Aug.   28.���The St.   Peters-
urg correspondent of the Daily Mail.
continuing the   report   that   Emperor
Nicholas and   Emperor   William   will
meet at Dantzig, Septembei 10,   sivs:
"The Czar and Czarina will leave
St. Petersburg in the Russian Imperial yacht Standart, escorted by the
cruiser Svealana, August 2.ilh, for
Fredeusburg, where they will meet
King Edward. 1 have learned also
on the best authority that the Czar is
now disposed lo intervene with regard
to tho Transvaal and that the war
will be discussed with M, Loubet.
King Edward and Emperor William."
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 27.���Soon
after thc war with Spain.climatic and
crop sections in ..'orlo Rico and Cuba
were established, with an issue ot
weekly, monthly, and annual publications in both English and Spanish.
identical with those of the States,
thus giving to the people of Porto
Rico and Cuba some of the earliest
evidences of Ameiican enterprise.
The collection of data showing thc
depth of snow on the ground at high
altitudes forming the basis of a scries
of bulletins, havo proved exceedingly
popular in determining the probable
water flow in rivers and streams dnr
ing the subsequent season, a matter of
vital importance to the irrigation in*
trests. ln the rural free delivery
provinces, Prof. Moore said that one
of the gieat objects for which tbe
weather bureau had been established
had been attained, and the distinction of forecasts would bo largely increased thereby.
London, Aug. 28.���John Redmond.
M, P., in a letter to the lr'sh papers
today, foi mill l.v announced that he had
commenced a preliminary contract
with Augustus St. liaudi'ns, tlio Irish-
American sculptor, for the l'arnell
monument, at a cost of (40,000. The
work is to bo completed within live
years. Only ifil.oOO have been subscribed as yet. Mr. Redmond expresses a hope of being able to purchase
Avondale, the Parnell residence.
London, Aug. 38. ��� LI Hung Chang
has notified tbe ministers of the powers that the Chinese plenipotentiaries
are now authorized to sign the protocol, says a despatch to Tho Times
from Pekin dated yesterday, and has
requested them to fix a date for the
signing. An edict concerning the i in -
port.a tion ol arms wns circulated
among the ministers today. Two
otber edicts are still required to complete the protocol.
Rossland, Aug.27.���Edwin Durunt.
formerly the local ilnancial agent of
the British America Coproration ar
rived here today from London. Mr.
Duraut is identified closely with ex-
Governor Mackintosh and Dnny
Bratnobcr antl others w-ho are opposed
to the Wright regime in the Le Koi.
and its ullii d groups, and interesting
developments are anticipated within
thc next few days.
Humming Bird In Boundary
Country Leased by Miners
for Six Months.
Plans of Sullivan Company.
Big Deal for a Copper
J. C. Drewery and W. S. Drewery
we-e at the Phair yesterday und left
for the Croat Dane mine by way of
Kaslo. T.ie former stated that tho
Croat Dane was developing in a very
satisfactory manner and he was fully
satislicd that it would make a valuable
mine. The recent work had resulted
so well that the present force of ten
men is to be increased immediately to
E. R. Shannon, Johnny Lnyeaux and
C.F,Barrlgan,three of the best known
prospectorB and minors in tho Boundary country, have taken a lease on tho
Humming Bird mine, up the north
fork, which has been lying idle for
some time on account of la^k of
funds, says the Orand Forks   Oazotte.
it is tbeir intention to comrr.eneo
developing tbe property immediately,
and to ship tbo ore to the Granby
smelter as fast as it can be extracted.
As the boys aro practical miners tbey
expect to make a good thing out ~f
the deal.
The Humming lliril is a lino property, and one of tbe few base oro
mines which have paid literally "from
the grass, roots,'' thc property having paid nearly every bit of the cost
of the development from ibe shipments of ore taken out in development. Tbe compri-y was out of
funds, however, and there were very
few months when there was money on
hand to commence operations, tlie
payment, of tho miners and the running expenses of the mine being paid
from thc proceeds of oro shipped.
Tho management soon realised, however, that tbis hand to mouth policy
could not make a mine, and it was
decided tn close down pending a rc-
iiigani'/.aiioii of the company or the
floating of some stock yet remaining
unsold in the treasury. Then Messrs.
Shannon, Laycaux and Harrigancame
forward with a proposition to leaso
the mine for six months and operate
It,which proposition being considered
a favorable one for the company, was
It is undorstood that work will he
pushed ahead in the tunnel which had
been run in on the vein and that
other development will be planned
and executed for the opening up of
rich ore bodies which are known to
exist on the properly.
The ore of the Summing Bird Is
among the higbeBt grade of any in
the Boundary and runs very oven in
the neighborhood of $20 per ton,which
will leave the boys a neat little sum
for proiit after paying freight and
treatment charges.
Red Lodge, Mont , Aug, 27.���John
Andrews, former post matter, was instantly killed ycterday by John
Koini-r, who mistook him for ft bear
while thu two wen. bunting.
Further information concerning
tlie proposed smelter at tlni Sullivan
mine, reported in yostoiday's .Miner,
is given by tho Spokesiuun-Review as
Senator Oeorgc Turner and II. W.
I.nylon of Wapakoiietn, Ohio, who
represent   the control of   the Sulliavn
Croup company, left yesterday morning
for Kimbi-rley, lt. 0��� to look over tbo
ground with the view ol deciding
upon a location foi too sineller which
tho company expects to build. They
expected to join Ui-orge Hull of
Toledo, Ohio, nt NcIfoii, II. (.!., and
would go with bi.n to the mine. Mr.
Hull is one of the group of Ohio men
who are heavily interested in the
The plans for financing the smelter
have been protty well formulated by
the directors of the coinpany. lt is
expected that .185,000 will be needed
to carry forward the enterprise. A
group of the heaviest stockholders
expect to join togetter in furnishing
that sum. The bulk of the money
will come from tbe eastern holders,
but local  piuplo,   including Senator
Turer, Colonel William Kldputh and
Ed Banders, will probably firnish a
part "f the money. It will be loaned
for a term of years at H  per cent, and
(Continued on Third Page.) Nelson Daily Miner,  Wednesday,  a_.__i.st 28, 1901
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It is reported that Charles M. Hays,
who won bis spurs as a railroad man
with the Wabash and Grand Trunk
railways, and who subsequently took
charge of the Southern Pscifio system,
lias been appointed general manager
of the New York Central, which is
said to be '.he most important railway position in the world. Mr. Hays
has forced his way to this position by
sheer force of his wonderful ability,
which has finally compelled tho
splendid recognition which has just
been accorded to him. From his first
entrance into tho railroad business
Mr. Hays determined to be a complete
maBter of it and bent all his energies,
all his faculties, all of his time, to
the accomplishment of that purpose.
In time it camo to he recognized that
he knew a littlo more about the railway business than those employed in
a like capacity with him and ho was
promoted from one position to another
until ho was made tbe manager
of the Wabash railway. In this place
he revealed that he was a better manager than the avenge manager and
conducteu the road's affairs so
ably, and showed such remarkable aptness that he soon won tho
recognition of tho directorates of other
roads. This resulted in the offer of
the management of the Orand Trunk.
The life and vim that he infused into
the affairs of that road led to his
securing the position of goneral manager of the Southern Pacific, one of
the more important systoms of the
United States, and finally bis present
and most important place in the
railway world.
Hays' success shows that there is
always room at the top. There is now
not suoh a great difference in men
after all, but the individual who understands his business,no matter what
it is, a little better than those around
him, is always certain of substantial
recognition, while he who is oareloss,
shiftless and endeavors to give the
least possible service for the salary
whioh ho is receiving is never promoted and is soonest dismissed when
there is the least necessity for cutting
down a working forco. The success
which Mr. Hays bas attained' should
serve as an example to those who are
endeavoring to make a sucoess ful career for themsolves.
Another Canadian, who has made a
prononncid success of the railroad
business even greater than that of Mr.
Hays, is James J. Hill, of tho Great
Northern railway. A branch of the
system which Mr. Hill controls extends into this city and he nas steamers and other branch lines which tap
tho minus ut other points in the Kootenays. Mr. Hill started life as a
Canadian farmer boy, without capital
or influential friends to back him,
and yet he has by his native talent,
wonderful energy,aibilty and capacity
for sustained effort workod his way
to the front, till today he Is at the
hoad of, and a large stockholder in
ono of the big railway systems in
tho western portion of the United
States, and is considered by many as
the loading railway man of the continent. He accomplished tho remarkable feat of building what Is called a
transcontinental line, without a dollar
of subsidy or a land grant from the
government. Tho Canadian Pacific,
the Northern Pacific and tho Central
Pacific (which is now a portion of tbe
Nouthorn Pacific system) and the
Southorn Pacific all received government aid, but this was not tho caes
with tho Great Northern, or at least,
with tho larger portion of It.
Thirty years ago Mr.Hill worked as
a laborer and was tho oompanion of
those with whom ho onrned his living, but now be is the business associate of mon like 3. Picrpont Morgan,
who promoted the billion dollar
steel trust, and who is now endeavoring to make a like combination of tho
principal railways of the continent,
and who contemplates acquiring the
control of tho Canadian Pacific because It Is essential to thc success of
his operations. That Mr. Morgan
should select Mi. Hill to assist bim
in tho carrying out of the big deal
from among the thousands of railway men in tho United States in but
an acknowledgement of bis almost
transcendent ability as a railway
manager. In other words Mr. Morgan
considers that Mr. Hill is the very
host man that he could select to co-
opoiato  with    him   in   wbat    will
carload of this Famous Beer has just  been   received  and
wc arc selling it to the Family Trade at
$2-50 per Dozen for Quarts.
$1.50 per Dozen for Pints.
Delivered to Any Part of the City.
Special and very favorable terms to the Trade.
TELEPHONE    NO.   13.
Hudson's Bay Company.
bo, if it is completed, the largest
deal in the history of railroading.
Why did he do this'.' Sipmly beoause
Mr. Hill understands tho railroad
business a little bettor, Mr. Morgan
thinks, than any other railway owner
or railway president in the United
The careers of Messrs. Hill and
Hays should serve as object lessons for
those who wish to get on in life, as
they are examples of what an individual can accomplish if bo understands his business a littlebettei than
those around bim, coupled with energy, aptitude and  enterprise.
A cable dispatch to a Chicago paper
a few days since announced that
Franco had solved the problem of the
submarine torpodo boat and is now
ready to sweep the British Navy from
the seas, capture C-ibralter, mane the
Mediterranean n French lake und to
accomplish sundry other wonderful
things. While it is possible that the
Frenoh naval enginecis have made
some betterments in the submarine
vessel still there are drawbacks to that
typo of war craft which militate
against them and tend to make them
ineffective. The principal fault is
the difficulty of seeing from the glass
portholdos of these craft when under
water. Tbe range of the vision,
even whore poweriul searchlights are
used, is small and this greatly handi.
caps thc utility of these engines of
destruction. While the French naval
authorities aro preparing submarine
petards with which to hoist tho warships of the Hritish navy to destruction it is not to be supposod that tho
Britisli Lords of the Admiralty are
idle, and, if hostilities commence and
tbe Gallic destroyers begin operations,
tbere will be some surprises in
storo for them. The Hritish sailors
have nearly always been able to more
than bold thoir own on the surface of
the water, in such affairs as the destruction ol tho Spanish armada and
when they met the combined French
and Spanish Hoots at the battle of
Trafalgar, and if tbe naval battles of
the future are to bu fought to a finish
undor tho water they will be certain
to be able to render a good account of
themselves. Submarine fighting,
fortunately, is a game at which tbo
British as well as the French can
Edmund Audran, the French composer, who has just passed away at the
beginning of his sixtieth year, was
possessed of a considerable talent as a
writer of clever catchy airs, and of
comic opera. In this country his best
known operas ure "Olivette' and
''The Mascot," which have enjoyed
long runs in tho theatres both ln
Canada au . tbe United States, the
latter opera, however, being the more
noritonous of the two. The catchy
airs like "Bob Up Serenely," "In the
North Sea Lived n Whale," "Gobblo,
Gobble,"and others are still sung
and played in households r.ini bave a
oharm about tin. in which will cause
them to he repeated for many years to
come, while "Tho Mascot" too will
doubtless long survive even the memory of ils composer.
When the opportunity comes for displaying heroism comes the hero is not
always absent. Tbe statement of
I'rofossor Koch that tuberculosis cannot bo transferred from cattle to
human beings is to be put to the tost.
Those Interested In the theory havo
wished to test it on noiuo human subject, but volunteers who desired to
risk their lives In the cause of science
nnd to determine nbothor Dr. Koch
waB right or wrong havo not been
numerous,but ono has been found in T.
L. Monson, wbo is dairy commiHsionor
for  Colorado.      lie  has confidence in
the correctness of Professor Koch's
conclusion and offers himself as a
subject for practical experiment.
There is a condition to the offer,
however, which shows that he has a
lingering doubt, as ho wants an annuity provided for his family should
the test result fatally.
A general agitation is on, led by
Japan, for a movement for the extermination of rats all over the world.
It is urged against the rat that it Is
not only a destructive nuisance but
that it is a distributor of tbe bubonic
plague and other forma of destructive
potllence. This is so well recognized
thatjwhenevor a plague scare arises one
of thc first precautions taken ia to at
tempt to destroy the rats. The
trouble however, is to Kill them ln
such a manner that tbey will not become a Bcurce of disease after they
are dead. Tbo Sanitary Record of
London gives the rosult of some experiments in London which weie successful. Those reveal that the rodents can
be best destroyed by means of sulphur
dioxide. The gas seems to have an
attraction for the rodents and they are
lured from their holes by its odor, and
are su__.oi.ated. The bodies can then
be gathered up and sent away with
the household garbage.
The Miner acknowledges the receipt of an invitation to attend the
exhibition of the British Columbia
Agricultural Association at Victoria,
which opens on October 1st and closes
on Ootober 5th. The exhibition is to
be opened by and under the distinguished patronage of their Royal
Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of
Cornwall and York. Among the attractions will be two days' horse
races, lumbermen's tournament,
miners' contest, Indian dances, etc.
It is claimed ln the advertisements
sent out by tho management of the
fair, that Victoria, the capital city,
has tbe push, wealth and beauty of
the Province, and is also the best
maiket in tho Pacific Northwest. One
thing is obvious in the above���that
tho management of the exhibition
dooa not believe in biding any one of
Victoria's many light nnder a bushel,
for so far as scenic beauty or picturesque location Is concerned Viotoria
cannot evon compare with NelBon.
Often children are tortured with
itching and burning eczoam nnd other
skin diseases but Bucklens' Arnica
Salve heal tho raw sores, expels inflammation, leaves the skin without a
scar. Clean, fragrant, cheap there's
no salve on earth as good. Try it.
Cure guaranteed. Only 25o at Canada
Drug Sr Book Co.
German Syrup Is the special prescription of,; I). A. Boschee, a celebrated German Physician, and is acknowledged to be one of the most fortunate discoveries in Medicine. It
quickly cures Coughs, Colds and all
Lung troubles of tbe severest nature,
removing, as it does, tho cause cf the
affection and leaving tho parts In a
strong and healthy condition It is uot
an experimental medicine, but has
stood thc teat of years, giving satisfaction in every case, whnh its rapidly increasing Bale every season confirms.' Two million bottles sold annually. Boschee's Gorman Syrup was
introduced in tbe United States in
18I1H, aud is now sold in every town
and village In the civilized world.
Three doses will relieve any ordinary
cough Price 75 cts. Get Green's
Prize Almanac.
Come and See Our
New Arrival of
Beautiful Framed
Art Productions.
Call Early.  They are
Selling Fast.
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
Reynolds' Livery   Stable
Will Be Sold Cheap
Three years lease on  ground
property   at  $10.00
per month.
Apply to
H. 8. CAMERON, Agent
Baker Street.
For domestic or steam use
A  full   supply  always  od
all  railway  and
Rates to
lake points.
W.  !
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two
C.P.R. offices.
General Agent.
doors   west
West Transfer Co.
Goal ^D Wood
Best   Fir and  Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work*
Office on   Baker Street. Tel. 83
and try a bottle, a dozen, or a barrel ot
CALGARY BEER an it, Ik tho best and
oheiiptsHt on tho market. AUo try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS,
PRANK   A. TAMBLYN. Mana*���.
Telephooo 93 WaVnr St., Neli-ton
The newest and best summer drink���
Iron brow.
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Shorlorit aud quickost routn to tho cant and all
pointRon thuO. K. & N. and Northern I'ti-
elite Railway,, in WashiiiKlon, Oregon and
Southorn Btaten.
Time Card effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan By-
8:30 a.m. Lv.
10:55 p.m. Ar.
Ar. 4:00 p. m.
Lv. l;4fi p, in.
Iut; Nav- & Trading Co-
5:20 p. m. Lv. Nelson Ar. 11:00 a, m,
U:10 p. m. Ar. Kaslo Lv. 7:00 a. m.
Connecting at Five Mile Point with NoIhou
A, Kort Phopp-ai :1 Hail way both to and from
Host, land, eto-             ,
Stoanior from Nelson IcavoB K. H. &. N.
wharf. Kaflo, B. <'., tit. for Lardo on Mondays,
WodnoHduj'H and Fridays at D:gQ p. it),  ruLuru-
Will always havo a well tried and reliable
rc.iiHM.iy in the houHO for Hcaldti and burnt., au
aeeldeul-H are liable tn occur at any time without warning, (irilllihs' Mont hoi Llnlinent
>*l op - '.lif hum.hi. umiHttl ion IiihI an I ly and pro
ducoHthat "nutlimit and cooling Honi-mtion, a
virtue i��w*r. .nl only by 1 hi. remedy. No homo
should bu without it.   Price25 contH.
Kor aalo by J. U. Vanatono. Nulson. H. C.
im. the hiufn1 nvoniiiK.
'iclteta. Hold to all parts in United State., and
Canada via Ureal Northern and O. ii. sc N.
Uo. "h linen.
Ocean Htoamship lloketfl and rates via all
linen will bo i.urnis aed on applient inn.
For further paitlOUlAr. QUI ou ur uddro..-
Uan>uxnr. Kanln.B. 0
G. K TACKABITRY Agent Neluon, ].. U.
D. McArthur 8 Co.
J. Q. NELSON, Manager.
Furniture Dealers,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
9    Oak Center Tables,
Oak Leather Seated Fancy Rockers
Elm Folding' Tables
Cane Verandah Chairs
" "       Rockers
Worth $3.50 for
" $5.00 for
" $6.00 lor
" $4.50 for
'! $5.00 for
" $6.00 for
" $6.00 for
!' $6.50 for
To make room for our Fall stoek of Carpets and Bugs will
Cost.   To clear,  Baby Carriages and Go Carts, leSb tban cost.
2.50 Sf.
3*75 Sri
4*5�� g
3*75 ft
3-75 0.
425 5
4.50 r*
4*75 *��.
go at ��.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn nnd Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Otders by m**-! receive careful and prompt attention
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon. T___rt.e Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
orders by mall to ai*v branch will bave careful ���**4 prompt attention.
Our stock is now complete in the above lines.    Call and be
convinced that the most complete stock
is carried  by the
..#.5. ####��$
J. 0. BUNYAN & CO.
We have the Largest and Finest
Assortment in the city.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which I* Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up  Capital,   88,000,000;   Reserve   Fund,   J2,000,000;
Aggregate  Resources Over $65,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. 8. WALKER, General Manager.
London Office: on Lombard Street, B. C.
New York office; 16 Exchange Place.
And lis bronchos in Canada and the UniLod States, Including:
Atmn Greenwood Nelson Sandon
Ohanhrook       Kamloops New Westminster Vancouver
Fernie Nanaimo Rossland Victoria
YUKON DISTRICT���Dawson and White Horse.
UNITRD STATUS���Nkw Youk, San Franoiboo, Seattle, Portland, Skaoway,
t     Savings Bank Department.
T Deposits Roccived and Intercut Allowed.  Present Rate 8 Per Cent
I Nelson Branch.
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
If there is anything you requirB,ask
for it in   tbq  ooluinn   of tin* Miner.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to O. I.. WJ'NNOi- l_��k�� Ht
Brewers of Pine Lager
Beer and Porter.
I. .Unit P. O. Nelson   Daily  Miner, Wednesday August 28,  190!
What Has Been Done In the
Way of Road Building
Around Nelson.
Changes ln the Avenues of
Communication Since
Tlie building of a wagon road west
from Nelson means the disappaarance
of tlie last, but one ol the well-worn
trailf* by which for years all communication between Nelson and the outer
world was kept up. As far as known
(he Hist mineral location of any importance after the Silver King, near
Nelson was that of the Gold King,
made some time in the early 80's.
This claim is a free gold proposition,
and is located a short distance weBt
uf Cottonwood lake. A small and
import, :t mill was put np at tbe time
and a uail cut to the lake at   Nelson.
During the construction of the Nelson
& Koit Sheppard railway the suppy
load of the line followed the course of
, the trail from Nelson as far as tne
mine. The mill was finally removed
k a more promising location only the
uid carina now remaining to mark
tlie terminus of the trail and the
wagon road soon became blocked by
slides and fallen timber, and is now
totally useless. The Gold King has
since been restated and it is said,
gives promise of becoming a good
property. The next trail to be built
.,'om NelBon was that to Sp.ost's
banding over part of whlcn the new
wagon road is now being constructed.
Shortly after this, the trail now
known as Burn's trail wns put in for
the purpose of reaching the good pastures that lie In the valley abont thrfc
miles touth of the city. It was cut by
Joseph Wilson, who supplied meat to
the camp at that time.    All  along   it
i timothy     and    clover     seed      were
sprinkled and produced luxuriant and
plentilD] pasturage for the cattle and
sheep which   were   brought   in large
herds and Kept  there till needed, the
consumption o. meat   at that  time in
kelson not being   very   gieat.     ThiB
[tiail goes up   the eaBt side of Cottonwood croon for about   three miles and
en   branches off np  the first fork of
Cottonwood to   the   eaBt   and  thence
lack of Bald Mountain and  around to
be   head of   Anderson  oreek.     It   is
till in fair condition   and is used   by
irospoctors   to   reaoh   the    numerous
laims  that     lie   about   three   miles
Duth of Six Mile point.   Several cat-
:1c   that   escaped   from Nelson a year
Igo this spi ing are still alive   in   the
ills along the line uf   the   trail,    al-
hough many attempts have been made
0 shoot them.    They are now   wilder
han deer aud successfully keep out of
each.    How   they   got   through   the
(inter is  unknown, bnt having come
lo Nelson from the prairies,  probably
lasily   adapted themselves to the new
lomlitions   under   which   they    were
jlaced for there   are now said   to  be
f~' of them, while only three escaped.
The   fiist   trail   to be built, to the
Iii 1 ver King was a branch from tbe
iovernment trail from Nelson to
Iproat's Landing, at 49-Creek, It
olluwed the creek up to the head,
vlicre another branch to the Poor-
nan, May and Jennie, and other prop-
rties commenced and over the sum*
nit to Toad Mountain. With the outing of the trail up Cottonwood past
he Athabasca mill about a mile to
lie Silver King, the older trail was
arely used, except by an occasional
inspector. A branch above the Atha-
|bsca led to the Tough Nut and Morn-
jig gioups. In the fall of l-��0 the
fagon road to the Silver King was
umiuenced, being completed in the
of 1891, superceding the trail en-
Jicly, although tbe branch leading
1 the Morning and other groups is
lill in use.
J East of Nelson on the arm of Koote
lay Lake the first trail leading into
pe mo'intains is the one which foi
ows   Six-Mile   oreek   up     from   the
Iionth for five miles and then
ranches off to the Monument group,
nsslng the Gold Wedge and other
laims, A wagon load bas also been
"ilt along this touts as far as the
'old Wedge.
I Wo8t of Six-Mile tbe next road is
"S one leading to the Molly Oibson
pine at tho head of Kokanee oreek.
creased from $2,.-|(.<l OT0 to $3,000,000
for that purpose, and the new stock
will be issued as a bonus. The
Turner-Layton-Ilull inteieits are
credited with holding about 1,050,COO
shares uut of the present capital. It
isexpsc.ed that this will be enough
to guarant.e the pa.sage of an n_iend-
raent to the company coostitulion, so
aa to provide for an inc.ease in the
The location of the smelter is still
speculaave, but it is believed by the
north countiy people that it will go
up at Marysviile. where there is a
magnificent water piwer. There is a!
fine location a, a center for ores from
nearly all of tbe St, Marv's   country.
Anot.ie ��� pcint to ta determined is
wnether the smelter shall be built
now or next sp ing. It will take a
���a.-quantity of brick, estimated at
1 2!i0,000, in order to complete the
plant, and the problem o.' getting
that quantity now is confronting the
ilir.eturaU. uf the Sullivan    company.
Have you tried���lronbre*r.
Increase force
Recommended for its heal'liful   qualities.    Sold by all  grocers.
35 Cent Tin 12 Ounces*
Can lie had from any Wholesale Oro*
cers in British Columbia,
Patenaude Bros.
I        & CO.        !
__________���___>__--__>>������ ���
Sidney Norman, a well known mining broker and capitalist of Spokane,
is stopping at the Hume. Mr. Norman
has just returned from a trip to
Alaska and Prince of Wales Island.
At the latter place Sam Silverman, a
well known figuro in Nelson in the
early 00 s, has bonded the Copper
Mountain jrntp of claims. On the
1st of August Silverman paid $5,COO
in closing the deal, which calls for
the payment of ift.00,000 in Ootober.
The parties interested with Silverman are principally Helena and Butte
people. The principal vein on the
property is from 15 to 30 feet in width
and the one shipment of ltto tons of
picked ore which was made to the
Ta una smelter ran HO per cent, copper. The ore is taken to the sea coast
by an aeial tramway 6,400 feet long.
There are several other copper properties on the island, but the Copper
Mountan is tbe only one on which
extensive development is being done.
Mr. Norman said that conditions here
were quieter than he had expected to
find tbem. He said that the market
for Canadian lead was not nearly as
bad as in the States, where the lead
trust were starving out all the small
operators. The ore bodies here were
so large anil rich that conditions
could not but improve with time.
Mr. Nonnan leaves today for Slocan
to look over some properties there.
A. F. Rosenberger returned Monday
evening from Camborne, and reports
that the Oyster and Camborne groups
are looking extremely well. On the
Camborne the ore chnte has been
traced for a distance of five hundred
feet. By means of a flume, 500 inches
of water are now available for working the property. F. C.Green, of Nel
son, is now engaged in surveying the
claim for the purpose of obtaining
crown grants. The London Sc B. 0.
Uoldfield have a number of packers
employed taking in rail for tramway
to be bu'lt on the Eva group.
YeBterday at the record oflloe the
transactions were confined to the
granting of two certificates of work
as follows, on the King Fractional, to
A. W. Boy.de, and on the Nellie N.,
to Andrew Sustad.'
(Continued from First Page)
I mortgage  against   the   mine     will
jrobably be given in security.
In addition it is proposed to give a
���onus of 500,000 shares by the com-
r'n.v to thc syndicate furnishing the
iiimey.   The capital stock will he in-
Cigars,,, .
Phone 117 *
For Rainbow Trout
T. G. Procter's houseboat iB now for
rent by the day or week. Special rates
for family parties. First-class c ook
and attendant in charge. Rates $2.50.
per day. Parties can get off boats
either going or returning from Nelscm.
The boat for tbe next two weeks will
be stationed below the Brickyard,
nearly opposite Procter.
Firstcla8S flshing.swimmingand boating. Apply to T. G. Procter, Buker
street, for further information.
Mines Examined and Reported On.
Mining Engineer-
Room 4. K.-W. O. Block,
Nklson, B, C.
l-ININC ltl_.0-_.KH, MOTABV FEB' I
Windermere Mines.  CorrespondenceSolldtori
Will pay the highest oash prioe for all
kinds of seoond band goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, carports.
-ooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box -.00. UM
8<n~et. Neluon. B   ��.
F. O. GREEH        P. S. OT-.EMENTP
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
P. O. Box 14.1 -Nelson, B.C,
East Kootenay's 1st Annual
Mineral. Agricultural
and Industrial Exhibition
Three Days of instruction,  Interest
and Enjoyment.
H Miner vl Exhibit, Bnoking Contests,
Agricultural Exhibit, Horse Races. The
best program ever seen in the country,
See posters and circulars for further
particulars. Specislly low return rail-
rates from all points.
A. W. M'VITTIE, Secretary.
N. E. T. CO.
20   Minute   Service
Be   sure and get tho genuine   BENNETT'S GUTTA PEECHA FUSE.not
something tbat 'oaks   like   it.      aw-
rence Hardware Co., Agents.
Is    lame    or    intetferes
bring  him   to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop,  Jo
sephine Street
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Montreal
  Atlg. SO
 Sept.   7
 Aii ��..:�����>
 Supt.  ii
Auk. 80
Sopt, r
Allan l_inc 'I uii.nii-i-	
A Hun   Line \n in iii ian	
Heaver J.inu Luke tiupuvlor	
Beaver Line Lnko .simcoe	
Pmnco-Ciinndlat. LlnoQarth Castle.
Krunt'oCuiiailimi Line   Wassail  	
Krom Portland, Mo.
Dominion Line Vancouver Sept.  7
Domii-iun Line Dominion Sept. 14
Krom Now York
White Star Line Toutonis...., Aug. 2X
Wiiu u rtiur Lino Kor mail io Sept.  i
Ouriurd Line Ktruria Aug 31
Cunard Line fcJoi'Via Sept.  8
American Line bt. Caul Auk. 38
American Line Bt, Loui. Sept.  1
[Trench Line L'Aqutiaiao  Aug. 29
French Line L& Cliampa&fne  Sept. 5
N. li. l. ECaJ e> in ..Una l'hecesia Sept. 10
Anohor Line Oity of Homo  Sept. 7
Hainbur;,' Auieiican Ooutschland Sopt. 5
Kor further particulars apply to
City Passenger Agent, Nelson, B. C.
General S.3. \7nnt O.P.R. Uffl >4 _ Winn fo��g
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nejson &   Fort
Sheppard R>.
Red IWIountain R'v.
Spokane Interstate
Spokane and Return $9.50
Sept. 9 to 20, Inclusive
Buffalo and Return
Good for sixty days, first
and third Tuesday, August,
September and October.
Through passenger trains between Spokane and Nelson. Buffet
service between Spokane and
Leave DAY TRAIN Arriv.
li :IH) a.m Spokane 7 IBS p.in
12 ::._ p, m Kossland i:lU p.ni
10:10 a.m Nelson (5.05 p. ib.
H. A. JAOKSON, G. P. __ T.A.
Upokane   Wat-
Atrnnt,. N,_.j~.    B.C.
A delightful tonic���Iron .raw.
Washington, Aug. 27.���The state
department bas received from United
States Minister Newell at The Hague
an abstract ot the Dutch laws bearing
on military service with the purpose
of acquainting naturalized citizens
with their rights in case of their return to Holland. He says theie laws
are sd co nplex that American citizens
of Dutch origin should tind before
returning to their native country,
what status they may expect to enjoy.
There is no treaty between the United
States and Holland defining the status
of such citizenship.
Putrefying food in the intestines
produces effects like those of arsenic,
but Or. King's New Life Pills expel
the poisons from clogged bowels,
gently, easily but surely, curing Constipation, l-illioiisiii's.i. Sick Headache, Fevers, all Liver, Kidney and
Bowel troubles. Only 25c at Canada
Drug .- Book Co.
Made by Thorpe <_.. Co.���Ironbrew.
Cars leave top of Stanley stieet and
the Park at the hour, twenty past
and twenty to.
Late Car 10:40 each End,
If 70a don't like Blue Ribbon Tea it's
boc luso 70a never tasted it.
The Company have many good
building lots for sale.
Apply at the Office; on Veinon
.M__M. 1$��-$. MS-iM* WW
AdvertiwemeniM inserted under tM* head at Are you in Want? If you are, tell
tho rate of ono cent a word por Insertion. No J tbe people, through The Miner want
advertlnei_.er.tj taken for leu than^5 events. I nnlnmn ___>.nt _m_. ��,-,. .�� ,.���..����� _.���
Situation Warned ad.wtteement*n_nserted ^ff.0' "n*1 >tJU aiL m "ant- uf-
threo tiinen free of charKo. I * ��u ���' -M* lt-
FOR   SALE.���Corner   Hall   and
servatory streets, three lots
Bungalow, erfioted less than a year
ago. House has drawing room, dining room, nail, two brick lire places,
three bedrooms, a large bathroom,
kitchen, cellar, outhouse, wiile verandah two sides of house, watei,
sewer and electric light, very complete, view unexcelled, very comfortable home for small family. To be
sold with or without furniture at
once. Owner leaving Nelson. Apply
on preii'leos or to Messrs. 11. Sc M
Hi nl, llaker streel.
BOOMS TO RENT.���K. VV. C. Hlock-
Two rooms en suite, ou Ward St.,
also rooms facing the west. On .September 1, two single rooms and two
or three en suite facing Baker st.
Furnished or unfurnished, Mrs. F.
J. Squire, Koom 41,  E.    VV. C.  Block.
KOOM and board in   private ^family.
Apply ou Silica   street, second   door
west of Ward.
KOOM for   rent at   Mrs.   McBeath's,
Silica street.
TO r.ET. ���Four roomed cottage across
the lake. Furnished. Apply 1J. O.
Box 88.
NELSON Employment Agency.   Baker
street.    Phone 278.   J. II. Love.
WAKTED.���Carpenter.    Two trainers.
Waitresses.      Woman Cook.      Kail-
roadmen for lardo.    Dishwasher.
Contracts taken   for   Diamond   Core
write, telephone or telegraph   Western     Canadian   Employment     Otlice,
Phone 270.    H. A. Prosser.
Storage���1 bave a large warehouse
for storing household or other
HIKE Milling <-olil Properties���We arc
auxlnus lo hcciutc a few free uilllliiK Kolil
properl Ich at once. The l'l'oHpector*.. Exchange, Nelson, It. ���. Hi,tun 4, U.-W,-���.
You shouldn't send out of town for
cards for yourself or your husband
until you see "hat The Miper can do
for you.
<_ou> silver < o.*i"i:k leaii  nine*   ��������<���
proHpcclM wanleri. send rcp,.rl and -.am
lilt-H l,�� II" Prospector's EvcIiiiiikc. .Vrlson.
KX.   Boom 4 K.--..<.. Ii'.ock.
I   N_ M* Oummihs, JUosBue��� Kvury Known
variety uf t.uft druiKn.   1' U ilox 8P*   Telethon
So. SI, Hoover Street) Nelson.   Bottlen. ot u._.
lauiour. tit. Leon Hot Springs Mineral Wetter
CIA-Nit. 6c  MAi '1. UNAM-   Ui. >'���*...., Jamo
/   A. .U-LCduntild)���Archiuiuit. lluq  -iipuna
icnilciii-., iiniKcii liil. i_il_)i:K, oornor Uitkui und
Ward Maitii/-, .'...J^un
HJ. JBV'aMS ae Co.���JJnker Street, Nel
���   Hon���WUu1l._uIo .in:i!t:ri iu  jnjuorn, ci-
K-in*, coiuoul, Are brick .��.-���- ilro olny, wuter
(Jipt- and  ..u;��u   rulin.ttud K-Jnun.1 c.iiihiu- .iun
Uiiuiii.-ii.io aud rulail doalom ill kih-.h.
buy, tloui, lood. ..ti.it. ui Victoria, Saw Ai.l
iiiin*-U:l'; .Kilimjlil.oii, Atla. Kl<: im u; ���-��� Oil Cai-
b'iiry anil i.dnionion iiuiiway. _\)auafuuiuroi>
of the ctiitiiM-i .rn it. \ ii.. brand coroaio.
AMACi>OMALi. Sc Co.-Cornor Fron
��� aud Hall -Stroels��� Wholosale grooer
una jooborri in blanket*., gloveb, UilttS, ooolh
rubbui-H, uuiokiuawn and unuerd' suudrius.
P   BURNS & Ca���Baker StroeL,  NuNon���
���   VV'holo-iule uualur.s in frot.ti and curod
un.au..   Cold dtoraKO.
Bakeo StreeU Nelson���Wholesale dea
oris in fro6h and cured inuaU..
Street* NoIhou ��� Wholesale daalais in
hardware, uunert.' isupplio., Hportiiig kooUh
M'LACHLAN BROS. (SuccesHon.  to Van
cuuver Hardware Co, Ltd.^ uuker Struet
-Neinon���Wholesale  dealerH in  luirdware and
niiniuK t^upplieu, plunibortj' and tinnuiithH' nup
^VTKLbON   HARDWARE   CO.- Wholevale
-i3t    paintH, (in., and K-'-r-s mocbauiCH'  tool.
Agents I oi Ontario Powder VVorkn; lynauute
NKLSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. &
���M. meete second WcdneHday  in
month.   Vinlting brethorn welcome
I. O. O. F. Kootonay Lodgo
No. 16, meoU every Monday night,
at  their  Hall, Kootenay Htruet
Sojourning Odd FcIIowh cordially invited.
John A, MoRae. N.O.   D. W. Huthorford, V.G
Fred J. Squire, Por. Soc.
Nelson Royiil Arch Chapter No. 123, ti. R. C.
Meets third Wednesday. ciojourniuK coinpan
ions invited. Ueorge Johnstone, /. K. VV.
MatthowH, 8, E.
NELSON  LODGE   No._!5, K.of P.
jNiiicotsin K. of P. hall, Oddfellows block
jattrstand thiro Tuesday evening of e ioh
nmonth at 8 o'clock.
All vi-itinK knights cordially   invite
WU. iKVl.NK, CC.
A. T. PARK, K. of R. and W.
obtained in nil countries
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of 13. N. A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Write for full particulars.
0AES.-M-t.A-_3 a la OABTE.
Close connection Must and Westbound at Sp'oka-he with trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
and at Homier':. Ferry wit.n Kootenay
Railway A. Navigation Oo,
Direct com tion at St. Paul without, change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and Month.
Leaves Spokane daily for.Hast at.9:1b a.m
Leaves Spokane daily for West at 7:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 840 pm.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoiia and Vancouver,
Portland, San iiancisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North-West
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Kail
For further information, maps, fold
ers, etc., apply to any agent of (Spokane
Falls Sc Northern Hy., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Koqteiai Railway & Navigation
Cr , or to
H. A. JACKSON. Com'l Agent.
Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TAGIUBURY, Local A��ent,
Nelson. B.O
Nelson Enca puiunt No. 7. Meets every '2nd
and ith Friday of each mouth, in odd Fellow.;
Hall,  corner   Baker  and   Kootenay   HtruetN,
Nolson.    A. H. ('lt:,,l,:lll  . I'. I'.;    II. AIi'Ailllll,'
K. a.   Visiting brothers always wol**~**">.
NKLSON L. O. L. No. 11102 meets in Fraternity Hallontlrst and lliird Friday evenings
of each month at �� o'clock. Visiting member
oordlally invitod. W. VV, Bradley, W. K.
A.MIoty, R.8L
rpUKNEU, IIEKTON & Co.-Cornor Vernon
.1. and Josephine Streets, Nolson���VV'li&lo
nu.e dealers In liquors, cigars, aud dry goods.
Agents lor Pabst Ilrewing Co, of Milwaukee
and Calgtvry Brewing Co ot Calgary.
UlJSONd HAY Co.���Wholesale groeorlos
and liquors etc., llaker -treet, Nelsua.
OUloo cornur Hull and Kruui SutiuU
Nolnon���Lumber, ceiliiiK, flooring, and ovory
thing in wood for ^uiiduiK iiurpodOH. U_i mu
pricuH.   UorroHpoiui' nco Holiciled.
rjl GALLON *: CO.���D(_altr._ in oro Hiick-.
X. ��� and twinoK Always a largo Btook on
hand. Tolophono_~_5. Room 14, K.-VV.-C Block
Dominion and
Lacd Surveyor.
NKLSON AERIE No. _.'_., K. O. B., iuoolh
every noeond and fourth \V ednosdayH ot oaoh
in onth. Visiting member- cordially invit
Charles Proeaet, Hnnrotary.
Kootenay Tout No. T, K.O, T. M., hold lliuir
regular mootiugs in Kratnniity Hall, 1. a. O. K.
block, on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of oaoh
month. Visiting brolhron conlially Invited to
attend. G. A.Hrown, H. \i.\ A. P. l'urdy, Com.
K. J.Stool, u. a. c.
COURT KOOTKNAY. I. O. F��� No. 818b.
Mootlngs 4th Thursday cf month. Fraternal
hall, J Alrvlntr V It.   I*. K. Kleming. R.S
Nolson Court Star o(   Koo;t:nay, A. O. F.
Moots 2nd and   4th   Wednesday.) tn every
month. Visiting brethren weloome, W, Mfto*
Mlllan, C.lt.   Kobort MoLood, doc.
1st and 3rd Wednesday ovonlng-* of
each mouth at Kiaiornlty hall,
cornor of Haker and Kootonay
HtrootH. Visiting brothorn cordially lnvltod.
Kiiwaki) Maci.koh. Hecroto.rv.
H. & M. BIRD
J* G. GWILLIM, B*.  Sc,
Late of Geological  Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in Ii. C
mining districts.
Baker Street
Nelson, ii. C
JHr. Him llodd'e's resltlenoe oo Mill
street with four lots; five rooms down
stairs, three bedrooms and lar^e
bathroom upstairs. Kiirnaee just put
in���A well built and eomforiable
home.    Terms of payment   easy.
See also list of houses and lots for
sale and residuuees fur rent, at door of
our otlices next to MoArthur's on llakcr street.
lea's Greatest
To All Eastern Points via
Lake Route, All-Rail or Soo
Line, via St. I'aul or Chicago.
Pan-American Exposition
BUFFALO. $76.00.
Sixty    Days'    Limit.
Good going Sept. ,-,rd, 17th
Through Sleeping Cars Kootenay Ldg. to Toronto. Arrowhead to Vancouver.
Kor pamphlet* descriptive ol Canadian f'acitio tours nnd for Time Tab h,
Hates,  'tickets,   apply
II.  I..  iillOWN,
Oity Passenger Agent
About   that second hand   article of |.l. S, (.aktkb,
yours.    You'll Hell it if you'll   adver  |       Dis. Pui.B._A_[t.
tise it in The Miner waul uol'iiua
E. J. Doyle
A. (j. P. A.
.Mr  "o**y ��� B .
���     i
NbLBO.. DAILY MtUJER, Wudnesjay, ftcousr it!   .got
This'cut il-
lnst rates
the simple
way which
this popular
pen is tilled
with ink ;
no unscrewing of the
pen section,
no inky fingers, and always an oven,
regular flow cf ink. Made in all
grades of points���floe, medium,broad,
coarse. Absolutely guaranteed, 8^ to
8!>. Money back if not satisfied.
Strangers are welcome to look through
our store, and your welcome is not
dependent on a purchase.
Pianos to Rent at 87 per month.
The tng Hercules returns this morning to Kaslo with the barge to bring
down another load of marble for the
post office building.
The competition for the brass quoits
presented to the Quoit Club by Mr.
Honeyman takes place on Thursday
afternoon at 2 p. m. sharp. Members
desiring to take part must be on hand
before draw takes place 01 they cannot
obtain a position in   the competition.
The captain of the International,
while waiting the arrival of the train
to connect with the boat at Five-Mile
point yesterday, landed five handsome lake trout, the smallest of which
was a pound, and the largest three
pounds,in a remarkably short space of
time.    The bait used was raw beef.
There will be a rehearsal of the
Christian Endeavor choir this evening
at the Presbyterian church. The
desire is to practice the new music
which is to be sung during the session
of the society next week. Mr. Park-
inon will act a leader. All the singers
in the city desirons of helping this
choir are request 3d to be present.
The offlcors of the Kokanee deny
that the International beat the former
steamer in by fifteen minutes from
Kaslo to Five-Milo point on Monday
as claimed by the crew of the International, and state that they were
unaware that thore was any race on the
occasion roferred to in yestorday's
Minor, as the Kokaneo was running
at a low pressure and left Kaslo after
the International.
At 8.20 last night tbe electric lights
in the circuit which included most of
tho business houses and hotels first
burned dimly and then went out altogether. Lamps were hunted up and
lit, but twenty minutes later the
power came on again for about fivo
minutes, and went off again for nearly
half an hour. It is supposed that the
trouble was caused by some obstuc
tion getting in the flume.
ThiB fish stofy is from The Ymir
Mirror: "0. A. Lovell ot the Waldorf
and Paul Dellarnis spent Sunday,
Monday and part of Tuesday fishing
at Erie, and as proof of the sport they
had brought back with tbem '.100
trout. Harry Ashcroft of Nelson, as
a result ot a couple of days' fishing in
the same waters took home with him
1,000 speckled beauties. A. Ii. liuck-
woith, J. P., hail a basket of 120
trout fcr an afternoon's fhblng at
Erie. Others with the rod have been
equally successful."
Last evening abuut D.30 A. Poole,
a clerk at thc Canada Drug Sc Hook
Co.' store was cutting a block o'
phosphorus. The knife was rathei
dull anil a few small particles broke
off and fell on the table where they
almost instantly dried and ignited.
Before Mr. Poole could drop the large
piece it aiso burst into flames,severely
burning bim. As quickly as possible
he obtained a wet towel and smothered the fire, although a lot ofthe phosphorus went up in smoke, filling the
store with choking fumes for half an
hour. ^____
The choir and the committoe ap-
pointe d to select the organ for St.
Savioui's church met on Monday evening and decided to take the instrument which has been on trial in tbe
church for some time past. Tbe organ
was manufactured by the Compensating Pipe Organ Co of Toronto, under
a recent patent. It is so arranged
that pipes and reeds play in harmony
with each other. This has hitherto
been impossible bccnuHe changes of
temperature causo the tone of the
pipes to go sharp and the reeds flat.
Hy a simplo device the pipes and reeds
can be easily brought into harmony
when they get out of tune. The
organ was placed in the church by
the Grundy Music Co., of Winnipeg.
Cooling  and   refreshing-Ironbrew.
No   harmful   ingiedients  in���Ironbrew.
! .. THE.. j
Food Cure
Put In the Body what
t Find that ln
One ol the most important discoveries to date is the application of the
right kind of food to rebuild the lost
substances of tho body, thrown off by
tbe active,nervous work of Americans.
Careful investigation by experts in
food and diatetics, nas brought out
the fact that albumen, which is contained in various foods, is auted upon
by phosphate of potash, not such as
obtained ln drug stores, but such as
is found in certain parts of the field
grainH in most minnto particles,
arranged in Nature's laboratory, not
The part of the grains containing
phosphate of potash Is used in the
manufactuie of Orape-Nuts Food,
therefore the active, nervous, pushing
brain worker can feed the body with
food that goSB directly to the rebuilding of tbe broken clown gray matter in
tho brain, solar plexus and nerve centers all over tho body,with tho result
that tho individual who refreshes and
rebuilds the body with proper material of this sort, obtains a definite
result, which he can feel and know
of and which is apparent to his
A vigorous brain end nervous system is of the greatest importance to
*ny business man or brain worker.
Mrs. Johnson and family of Naknsp
are guo_ts of Mrs. Coxhead, Cedar
Frank Robb'.ns manager of the
North Star mine, is a guest at the
C. Mortimer White, Biitish vice-
consul at Los Angeles, is at Camboino
looking over some mining properties
near that point.
J. Voeglor returned Monday niffht
from the Lardean whero he has been
looking after the interests of the
Rosenberger syndicate.
John Ellis of the firm of Martin &
Ellis, left on the afternoon train yesterday for Rossland, whore he has
soourod a month's binding contract.
W. Cookson, who was for some time
in business in Nolson as a contractor,
but lattery has been living in the
Boundary, is back paying the city a
short visit.
J. Trowridge Bailey of New York,
and R. Davis, M. E., also of New
York, left yesterday to make a
thorough examination of the Oyster
and Camborne groups at tho Fish river
oamp in the Lardeau.
When Rov II. Youn? and his bride
(neo Miss KutclitTo ot Nelson) arrived
at their now home iu Vmir they were
made tbo recipients of handsome presents from tbo Ladies' Aid, the free
Masons, and tho bachelors of the
Rov. Mr. Fleweylln of Kamloops,
who has beon exchanging pulpits with
the Rev A. H. Akehurst of St.
Saviour's church, returned to his own
parish yesterday morning, and the
services at St. Saviour's church will
bo taken on Sunday next oy the resident incumbent.
Miss B. Soules, of Mount Vernon,
Wash., who has been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Travos for tbe past
live weeks, left for her home Monday
ovening, Sim was accompanied by
Miss M. Millward, of Latimer street,
who is Roing to Tacoma to take a
course of training at the hospital
Mr. H. S. Wallace, second mavor of
Rossland,is at the Phair. lie has just,
completed a tonr of the Kootenays
and Yale and visited Alaska. He is
much impressed witli the solidity of
Nelson. Within a day or two he intends to visit Fernie and other points
in East Kootenay. Mr. Wallace was
formerly a business man of Rossland,
but sold out, bis stock of Roods and is
now engaged in speculating in mines
and real estate.
Departing 0. P- R. Engineer Wined
and Dined Hy Nelson Friends.
At the Hume hotel last night Mr.
Fred P. Outelius, who has been resident engineer of the C. P. R. in Nelson was tendered a banquet by Nelsoo
friends prior to bis leaving for
Montreal where he will occupy a
more important position with the company. Ho leaves for his new home
tomorrow morning, first visiting the
coast. He has been a very popular
citizen of Nelson and a most etlioicnt
member o' the C. P. R. staff. The
banquet last night testifies to tlie
truth of tlie former statement and bis
promotion to the latter. The Nelson
yards will remain as an evidence of
bi;skill as nowhere on the big system
is there a terminal point laid out better as far as tracks and buildings are
concerned. The entire work was
under the direction of Mr. Outelius.
Mayor Fletcher occupied tho chair
last evening and the guests oomprised
moBt of the local C. P. R. staff antl
many prominent business and professional men of the city. When the excellent menu haa been fully discussed
and the patriotic toast diunk, the
health of the guest of honor was
pledged in a bumper. Mr. Outelius'
personal start presented him with a
beautifully fitted travelling bag and
an album containing views of the
Kootenays, espeoially that part in
which Mr. Outelius has beon interested. The presentations wero marie by
J. C. Blandy and 0. F, Freeman-Lake.
On buhalt ofjlthe general office staff,
Superintendent Downie presented a
magnificent liquor set and punoh
bowl, suitably engraved.
The recipient was laudly applauded
when he mse to reply to tho addresses.
He referred to his connection with
this country, since first being ongineer
for the Heinze roads In 1895, and until thoir acquisition by the C, P. R.,
since which time ho has been connected with tho latter company. He
thanked the donors of the handsomo
presents and his friends for tho good
wishes they had expressed. He would
always remember the Kootenays and
his friends here.
Other speeches were made by ,1.
Roderick Robertson, J. A. Turner,
Aid. Hamilton. Dr. Quinlan, E. A.
Crease, Ur.LaBau, F. W. Teetzel,Fred
Irvine D. O. Lewis, roadraaster at
Nelson A. A. Johnston, roadmaster
at Rossland; T. G. Nelson, and C. A.
Mills. A very pleasant evoning was
and ships ln the harbor while a large
Bum is to be spent on electrical illuminations on land.
The question of proper procedure to
avoid confusion is a vexed one and lias
naturally caused some feeling. Tbe
most serious spat was among the
royal reception committee and tbe city
aldermen. Through the mayor the
committee informed the aldermen that
as it was not good form for his highness to dine with his suite, the mayor
would entertain tlio Duke und Duchess
at luncheon while the aldermen could
have lunch with the prince's staff and
gentlemen in waiting some place else.
The aldermen resented the message
and used very forcible language in
condemning the action of the committee aod threatened to "bust the whole
business" if the plans were not
altered.    Thev were altered.
Ottawa,    Aug.    2T.���lt   is  reported
that it is extremely   unlikely that the
Duke of York will be accompanied od
his Canadian tour   any   further  than
Quebec by the Duchess of   York   It is
'stated that the health of  the  Duchess
lis such that hor physician   is   opposed
I to her   undergoing  the   fatigue   of  a
long   railway   journey     Theie  is no
official confirmation cf the report.
Montelunar, France, Aug. 27.���M
Loubet, befoie starting for Paris
today, addressed a deputation representing the municipality of Mont
pelior, and in the course of his remarks referred to the forthcoming
visit of tho Czar as proving that in
both Russia and France, the union of
the two people was considered a powerful pledge for the security of peace.
R. fl. R. BAND
Can be engaged for summer months for Excursions, Picnics, Lawn Socials or anything that requires music.
Wambold's Orchestra
For Balls, Parties, Receptions, Banquets, etc. Regular
prices. All are members of Looal No 04, A. F. of M.
Musical Protective Association. Apply to J. B. POLLARD, at E. J. Bobie's Tailor Shop, Buker Street.
Zbc IRoval Bank of Canafra"
Capital   Authorize,!,
Incorporated 1869.
.    D��,0UU,IMKI,0e I   Capital  l*alil*up,     .    .     .      Wi.OOo.Ooo.Dg
Kcl, _U,]UU,<_ou.lj.
Kourii ��,r Director*     Thomas K. Konny,  President;  Thomas Ritchie. Vice-Proxldoiu
Wtloy Smith. H. G. Uauld, Hun. David MacKeon.
Head Office, ma Iran
Genoral Manager, Kdsou L. Pease, Montroal. ____���_ ��� ,
Snporiatondoui of Branches, and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, HallfaT.
Bran    es I
; ebee���Montreal, (City Office), Montreal
West Knd (Cor. Notre Dame and Sow-
neurs Streets); Westmount (Cor, Greene
Avenue and St. Catharines   Stroet,
'ova   Scot la   Halifax    Branch,   AnUtfoni .
Bridgowaler, Guysboro. buadonderry, Lu
enhurK. Maitland (Hants Co.), Pictou, Port
llu .vkonbury, Sydney, dhubonacadie, Truro,
New     .emus .viol. ��� Bathurst.     Dorchester,
Frederloton, Kingston (Kent Co.), Moncton, Newcastle, saokville, St, Johu.Woodstock*
P. K. Island���Charlottetown, Sunuuerside.
Criminal Who Testified iu the O'Brien
Case Liberated.
Olympia, Aug. 27.���George West,
better known as "Kid" West, who is
serving a five years term at Walla
.Walla for burglary committed in
Seattle, was today pardoned by Gov.
West has been considered a dangerous crook, and though the burglary
be committed was in itself insignifi
cunt, his previous teoord and resistance of arrest gave what were considered good grounds for a still sentence.
About fifteen months ago West entered the room of a sample salesman in
Soattle, where ho was discovered by
the occupant of tho room. Wost
attumptod to cut his way out with
a razor, but was finally overpowered
and his conviction and sentence subsequently followed. West's purdon nt
this time seems to bo largely a reward for his assistance in the conviction of O'Brien, the murderer of Clayson, itolfe and Olson in the Yukon.
West was taken to Alaska, after his
own conviction, and was un important witness in O'ltrien's trial. The
weight of the pressure brought on the
governor to secure West's pardon is
not known here. Tbe governor todny
gave out a typewritten statement to
the representatives of the newspapers
here which embodied bis reasons for
issuing the pardon. The governor's
statement is as follows:
" West wus convicted in   Scuttle   of
attempted burglary, hut   in   view   of
his services rendered   in   the   conviction of O' Ilrien, the Yukon   murderer
jo' Clayson and Rolfo,   and tho further
' fuel that be was iuipri.oncd for fifteen
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cuba. West Indl�������Havana.
United Mates���New York (IU Uxchanito Place
Republic, Wash.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,     anconver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria,
Correspondent,. 1
Canadn-Morchants Bank 0! Canada.   Bonion-Natlonal Shawmut Bank.  Chisago���llltnoli
Trust and Savings Bank.   San FrancUco���First National Bank.   London,  Bug.-Bank ul
Scotland.   Paris, Fraiiec-Crodit Lyonnais.   Bermuda-Bank of Bermuda.   < Uln.i ami Ju.
pan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Spokane-Old National Bank.
Oeneral Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   ii-. ugh
and Sold, Letters ol Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received ou the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
Victoria, B. O., Ang. 27.���The Empress of China arrived toduy having
3,014 tons of general cargo including
14.700 cases of tea, being one of the
largest cargoes the Empress liner has
carried. She had 88 saloon aud 13 intermediate passengers. No Chinese
were brought, because of paluge at
Hong Kong.
Hamilton, Ont, Aug. 37.���The Royal
Canadian Humane Association has
awarded gold medals to three Montr.-
alers, David Person neati It. Oorogo
Laniard and George Lessard for conspicuous bravery in Having lives from
l'hair���,1. C. Drewery, Rossland : O.
ti. Ilutl'um, St. Louis: .1. A. Parker,
Rossland; A. W.Kroriie, Winnipeg; C.
E. Hunting, Vancouver; W. P. Du-
Bois, Arlington; 1''. Robins, ICimbcr-
leys Count A. Wnchtminster, Sweden;
VV. II Hums, Minneapolisi 0 Ii. Sinclair, and Mrs. Sinclair, New York.
Queons���M. Kimball, Moyie; R. .1.
Hontlev, Slocan; W. A. Davies, Kaslo ;
A. J. Raymor, J. S. Ingram, Rossland, L. M. York. R. J. Butler,
Slooan i i. Boyle, Marlboro 1 W. B.
Drummond, .1. R. Ilardio, Ainsworth.
months, and that his pardon was
asked for hy all the officers of thc
law, tlov. Rogers concluded to tako
the action indicated."
Thc statement wns in the third person and wus not signed. Tonight the
governor refused to submit to an in-
terivew on the subject.
Orand Central- -R. .1. Daniel, Procter; A Hremner, Slocan; .1. Astley,
Rossland; T. .lames, Slocan; W. Sutherland, City; A. N. Winlnw, V. Cnr-
vell. Slooan! Oeo. Shield,W. R. Lindsay, Deer Park,
Hume���.1. Vi. Rickers, Kaslo; R.
Mee, Vancouver; A. Clements, Orand
Forks; W. R. Linklnter. Itoissevain ;
T. (1. Breen, Winnipeg; W. F. Irwin,
Royal   Visit   To   Vancouver  Will   Be
Very Expensive.
Vancouver, II.   C.   Aug.   21.~From
present appearances it will cost   Vancouver   % 10,000   to  receive   tho   Duko
'and Duchess   of   Cornwall   in   proper
style.     As   the oity hnve only appropriated   |8000   thc   citizens   will   be
nsked to raise the balance   by   pr'vnto
subscription,     A large sum ban  been
nppropraitcd   for   decorations.     Vancouver's   harbui is to   bo   illuminated
'by many thouuundH of lanterns attach-
J ed to Indians canoes,   pleasure  bouts
Montreal, Aug. 27.���The Irish rate
payers of tho province of Quebec have
made a complaint to the   Quebec Gov
eminent that all the free school books
issued for distribution in the province
are priutod in Frenoli.
Indianapolis, Ind,, Aug. 27.���Two
hundred fire chief-! of the United
States and Canada convened here today in tho 2'.i.li annual meeting of tbe
International Association of Fire
I. 0. 0. F. PICNIC
The oddfellows of Nelson  Encampment No. 7 nno Kootenav   Lodge   No.
10, are going to hold 0 Picnic at
Hale's launch will maac BOVtral trips,
starting at -1 p. 111., from Hale's boat-
house, I'or tin accommodation of those
not biting boats. All Oddfellows
their wives and lady friends invited
to come and hi ing their baskets and
enjoy themselves.
Committee���Geo,    Hale,   Geo,   Kln-
rade and !���'. .1. Squires.
LEY COAL CO.. Limited.
Saving been appointed ollicial
broker for the above Company I will
oifer shares for tlie ne.\t fifteen days.
These will undoubtedly advance us
rapidly ns did tlie Crow's Nest Puss
Coal Company,
For further particulars and prospectus
upply to
Certificates of Improvements
New Year, Amethystine and Tourmaline mineral claims, situate, iii tho Nelson Mining Division o.' West Kootenny
Where looated   On the East bank of
the Columbia Elver, two mileB south
of Trail.
TAK.K NOTIOE that l,,l. D. Anderson, P. I,. H., of Trail, B. (-'., agent for
VV. VV. Carlisle, Froe Miner's Oertili
cute No. B B08B4, intend, sixty days
from the dale hereof, to apply to tho
Mining Recorder for Certilicate' of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grunts of Ihe above claims,
And further take notice that notion,
under section 87, must be "ommenced
before the issuance ol'such Certificates
of Improvements.
Dated thl��20th day of .luly,  A. D
> NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK. NELSON. B. C.
Gold, Silver-Lead  and  Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
FREE   MILLING   GOLD  properties wanted at once for Eastern
Parties having  mining  property for  sale arc   requested to send
samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.
We  desire  to  hear from prospectors who have promising mineral
claims in Hritish Columbia. j
Prospectors  and   mining  iron   are requested   to make  the  EX-  \
CHANGE their headquarters when in Nelson. I
All samples should he sent by express, PREPAID. >
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to <
> Tel-Phono No. 104.   P.O. Box 700. NELSON, B.C.   }
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Every housewife wlo
takes delight in a
spick and span kitoh-
en will find whnt she
wants in our stock of
The shining quality
of the surface is indicative of the superior merit of the
goods through nnd
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors.
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill atriLOTBAY. YardB, NELSON
and LARDO.
A. R. BARROW, a. mi. o��
Provincial  Land Surveyor
Oorner Viotoria and Kootenay ~t��*
P.O. Box BOO Telophotie  No. *
Custom House Broker and Employment
Office. Telephone 44. P. O. Box :>W
Stanley Street, Nelson, B. ...
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morniug immediately
on arrivnl of steamer, ut the
rate of
75 Gents per Month
Subscriptions to be left
with the agent,


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