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Daily Edition No.  1114
^T~~^Tl^^^       a"��"st 14'1901
Eleventh  Year
^^T^uiccFPPFn I O'BRIEN WOULD
CLAIMS TRANSFERRED KILL HIMSELF
FOR $20,300 GASH ���
[Spokane Parties Pay That Price for Three
Promising Claims in the Eegion of
the Arlington at Erie,
I Dawson  Murderer Tries to
End His Life and Cheat
Gallows.
CANADA AGAIN     VICTORIA'S DAUGHTER
��� ~   m-r-r-rt   T-1T1 rvTVT TI
TO THE FRONT
IS LAID TO REST
Third Heat of Chicago Yacht
Races Won by the Toronto Boat.
Fire ln Cumberland Mine to
Be Flooded.���Coast
News.
Athabasca-Venus Consolidation Has Been
Effected and Means Much to Nelson.
Satisfied With Lardeau.
Decision Is Given on a Foul
but Cadillac's Rival Is
Badly Beaten.
A Grand and- Solemn Procession Conveys
the Body, With Funeral March and
Roll of Dram, to the Grave.
Two I
mpol'lant transfers were outer-1 luinbia at heart will  ensure   the  beet
���    ��� -�������a nffinn   v.stcrdny. ,possible management of the affairs  of
at the Nelson record oflice yesterday. ,
0���o was the selling of the Keystone
Fraeticnal mineral .lmm, situated at
the bead of Whiskey creek, about two
mi,es east of the north fork of Salmon
rim and about half a mil" ��*' ��
the Arlington mine, by 1. Shuttle,
worth, antl C. C. Ladd to Abraham L.
Davenport of Spokane, the consideration being .15,300 ea.li. The other
transfer was of the Cable antl on-
brock claims, adjoining the Keystone
Fractional,from J. Sbuttlewottb toiA.
ti, Davenport for 85,000 cash. The
three claims combined are said to be
an excellent property, and one on
which tbe development work now done
has shown up most promising results,
the ore being similar to that
Arlington.
and  a strong probability j hurt
dividends   in  the near
(SPECIALS TO THIS MINKIl.)
Vancouver, B. C., Aug. 13.���l'asseu-
gers on the Hating brought news that
OHrien, the murderer, had made two
attempts to cheat the gallows. He
tried to strangle himself by putting
a handkerchief tight around his neck,
then knotting it. Failing in this he
dashed bis head against the Iron bars
of  bis   cell.    Be   was   not  seriously
of  the
Word   has   been received   that   tho
lofflcer-  of  the   Venus   Oold   Mining
1 Company who reside in Toronto   bine
signed  the  agreement   whereby  the
Venus group of claims.is amalgamate
with the  property   of   tbo Athabasca
(iold Mine, Limited.    A",new company
to be  called   the  Athabasca   Consolidated will   be   formed  under   Ontario
l laws with the   head  office of the com-
[ pany at Toronto.
The   directorate   will   consist   of P
number of   well   known  mining   and
business   men   of   Toronto   who   are
largely interested in the present Athabasca  and   Venus   companies.      This
I will be good news to  everyone who is
interested in the prosperity  of Nelson
as the combination   will   be  a   vory
strong   one   and to ihe advantage  of
th. shareholders of   both   companies.
The Athabasca has   a    very   complete
ar.il up-to-date plant for the treatment
of free milling   gold ores, which   can
he kept going at its full capacity with
the workings  of  both   properties   to
ilnuv  from.    Tho Athabasca  has  had
considerable   difficulty     in       mining
enough ore to keep its  plant   running
at full capacity   owing  to the numerous faults and breaks met with in the
vein which has necessitated   a   lot  ot
dead   work and made it impossible to
j accumulate any ore reserve.
In the   Venus    mine   the vein is re
I markablv    true   throughout    all   tho
workings, and there  is   now  blocked
j out ready for htoping, between 10 and
I thousand   tons   of  ore which aver-
I ages ahout lf.10 per   ton.    This amount
is sullicient to keep the   present plant
of  the Athabasca   running for   about
two years at   its   maximupi   capacity
but it is probable that the plant  will
he enlarged shortly, as futuie develop
ment on the   Venus property   alone is
expected  to   keep the ore teserves  at
least a year alien, of millinc.   require-
ments.     The   new  company   will   at
onee proceed with   the erection   of  a
tramway irom the head of the present
Athabasca tram to   the   Venus workings, a distance of three quarters of a
milo, and it is  expected   that   within
three   months,   ore   from   the   VcntM
woraingB will be delivered at tho Athabasca mill.
The exact terms of the deal have not
beeu announced   bnt it  is  understood
that the   new   company  will bo capitalized   at   $2,.00,(100   in  shares of V
each, of whioh the present   Athabasca
sharoholde-s will   get 070,000 an a the
Venus   company r,63,00O   and   a   cash
payment of ,30,000.    The   balance   of
the shares   will  jemain in the   treasury.   Tho new company with a splendid plant and large   ore  reserves will
undoubtedly be a very strong and substantial   one   and the   fact   that  tne
management   and   eontrol will be   in
,   the hands of Canadian   business  men
who have the interesti   cf British Co-
the company
of substantial
future.
The   following     extraot   from   the
address of the ohairman of the annual
meeting   of   the  shareholders of the
London and B. C. Oold Fields on July
lKt'u last is of interest to  ISelson people, especially those who are fortunate
enough to hold   Imperial Development
Syndicate   stock us the property mentioned was bonded a short time ago by
the latter company to  the   London  &
It. C.   Gild Fields for 8250,000:
A BECOND YMIK.
1 now turn to our new   undertaking
���namely, the group of claims in   tbe
Laiileau district.    We   ure lend to believe   from   all   appearances tbat this
property is capable of being developed
|intoa mine  equal   to,    if not greater
than  the   Ymir,   and   vour  directors
regard this as   probably  tho most im-1
portant piece of business that the company has taken in hand during its history.   The   property is   a very   large
one, consisting of   no   less   than   361
acres, and the ore bodies   are of  very
great size, and in places of great richness; but, so  far,   tbe information to
liaml   leads   us to believe that it is a
property, which,like the Ymir, should
be treated on a large scale.    We hope
that when we   ereet a mill it will   be
one   oapable   of   treating 200  or   300
tons per day, and,    as   tho, ore Ib free
milling,   and  there   is   ample   water
power and timber for mining put poses
close at hand,the working costs should
bo even  lower   than   the   Ymir.   Our
position   today   with   regard   to   the
property is   that   we bave an   option,
which enables us to   purchase   it   for
cash and shares, or entirely for   oa6h.
Although   we   have   an    option,   the
advices to date aro so satisfactory that
wo think there is practically no doubt
we shun exercise   the option, and   for
this purpose we want to put ourselveB
in a position to do to. We hold a very
strong opinion   that we ought to purchase this property   for cash,   and   be
thc sola owners of it.   Hnd we been in
a posit'on to do this in the ease of the
Ymir mine,   we   should   have been in
uneven better position totlay.and your
[directors will make every effort to re-
lain tlie sole control  of   the   Lardeau
property.    Our decision  as to whether
we will give cash, or cash and shares,
has to be made forthwith,and the matter is considered   of   so mnch importance to   this   coinpany   that, at  very
great inconvenience to   myself, I have
made arrangements to leave  as quickly as possible, so that I may|vislt   the
property   and   consult with our engineer as to the best   course to   pursue.
Immediately   we   secured  the  option
we ga��e instructions to do the largest
possible amount of development work,
and by the time   1   nirive   in  BritiBh
Columbia,    there ought to be a  great
deal of new giound opened up.   With
this new business, added   to the business I   have   already   referred  t_,   I
think you will agree that the  London
and British Columbia Goldfields has a
better future today than ever   before.
Word has also reaohed here that B.
0. McCord of Vancouver,wns killed at
Dawson, July 28th, by falling down
a mine shaft.
Word has been received hy Customs
Officer Clute at W est i minster that
Charles Clark who disappeared in J.lv
from Fort Steele, had been drowned,
his body having boen found in Kootenay river, near that point.
Victoria, B. C, Aug. 13.���The Pro
vincial Government is still negotiating
with tk.i Federal authorities nt Ottawa
with a view of closing the deal  with
the N. A. T. Co.,   who  offers to market all gold  coming from the   Yukon
by their boats at the assay office   hore
if the rebate of one per cent is  grafted them.   An   additional  staff would
have   to ho put on in the  treasury department and tlie assay office enlarged
as their next  boat ie expected to have
at least six hundred   thousand dollars
in gold dust on  board.   The N. A. T.
Co. purchased a big cargo  of supplies
here last week.
Negotiations are in progress for the
purchase of the B. C. Iron Works of
Vancouver.and the Albion Iron Works
of Vancouver, by the Albion Iron
works of this oity. Manager Seabrook
of the latter establishment is in Vancouver today forwarding arrangements.
Joe Weiler, one of four brothers
constituting the big furniture Hrm of
Weiler Bros, died at an early hour
this morning from the effects of an
overdose of sleeping opiate which he
had been in the habit of taking to relieve insomnia. He was unmarried
and had charge of the office d :epart
ment of the firm.
A special to Thc Times from Cumberland says that the sulphurous fumes
fiom the burning mine (No. 4 shaft)
have made it impossible for men to
wo.-k or stay in the vicinity of the fire
the  management
Chicago,     111.,    Aug.    13.���William
Hate   Thompson,   Cadillac's  skipper,
presented Hvader with the third   race I
of the International   yachting   match |
for the   Canada's cup,   by fouling the
Canadian   boat   at   tbe start, iu   full
view   of   the   juges and most   of   the
spoptatois.    Captain Jarvis  of   Invader, declined to ily his Hag to claim foul,
bnt  the  judges   staited after Cadillao
aud notified Capt. Thompson that tbey
had disqualified his  boat,   whereupon
Cadillac   was   jibbed around   and left
the race.    I_vader   sailed   the   course
apd  was   raced   by   Milwaukee,   the
Oskosh   boat,   that so hotly   contested
with Cadillac the honor of  defending
tbe cup, and the   sailing   match   was
followed all   around   the   trriangulaj
course.    Invader     beat    the    Oskosh
handsomely at all points of sailing  in
a light  wind,
Capt. Jarvis said,after he get ashore,
tbat he felt no satisfaction in getting a
The Emperor and Empress, Accompanied by
England's King and Queen, Attend
the Closing Ceremony.
Potsdam, Aug. 13.��� The  funeral   of
the late Dowager Empress took  place1
here   today   antl   was    witnessed   by
many thousands   of   people.    At.  0.30
a. m. the gates of the Sails Souci park
were opened to the pi ess aud  to a few
ladies connected with the Government
and Court circlos.    The   small   crowd
heie   was   rigidly   kept   within   prescribed    limits   by   military   guards,
I The   morning     brought   an   overcast
sky,      with   the sun     feebly  peering
through   Ihe     clouds,  adding   lo   the
solemnity of tlie   occasion.    A   slight
breeze   rustled   the  foliage   bringing
do. n an   occasional leaf prema.urcly
~.-. .... .... ��� .... uK o   ��� .
enp race in this way but that he   was  shrivelled by the drought,    The  mag-
pleased that his boat  had  had an op-   nificont   fountain     beneath   the   San
portunity to beat Cadillac's rival, the|_auci palace cast an Immense
Milwaukee.    Capt.   Thompson declin ''      *'"
ed   to   say   anything except that   the
judges had disqualified  his boat.    To
impartial spectators,    it  appeared   as
though the Canadian skipper had outwitted Thompson   and thnt, the latter,
when   he   found   he   was caught in a
trap with the buoy at one end  of   the
strt'ng   line close  under his   lee   and
his rival with tho   right of way bearing down upon bim, tried to force his
way through instead of coining about
Inavders' stern. Capt. Thompson came
down   towards  the buoy  on the   port
tack, meeting   Invader on   the   opposite tack   just before they   got to  the
line and close to tho   buoy,   Cadillac,
of course,   was   trapped  unless   Capt.
Thompson brought his boat about under Invdaer's stern.    If   he   tried   to
come about on the starboard tack  under Invader's lee, he ran  the   ri.k  of
fouling either the  bout or the buoy as
he bore around.   To be forced to come
about aud close under Invader's  stern
doubt,   was a
right   off  the   line, no -_���_._..,       	
bitter pill for a racing skipper to have  rephow of the [anion
to swallow, so   Thompson   elected   to  in   command  of   tho
volume
of water in the air, the splashing of
which broke the silence reigning in
tbo park. While observers waited,
military organizations inarched in antl
took up positions along the central.
avenue, through which thu process-
sion was to pass.
Nnmbeis   of   artists   from    London
newspapers    occupied   the     time   in
sketching   scenes   in   the park a0, suitings for   illustrations.    Promptly   at
10.30 the tolling   of   bells  announced
the arrival of tho funeral train at Wid
Park but   it   was   nearly   11   o'clock
I tvhen the sound   of  muHio   in the distance announced the approach   of   the
funeral   procession.    Par   down     the
avenue  moviug masses   appeared   and
then halting the procession to assume
its proper  order.    As   the   procession
drew   near,    the" notes     of     funeral
marches,   plaved   slowly   and   plaintively, became   audible,   th.   muffled
drums rolling in   solemn   impressive-
nesB.    At tbe head  of   the   procession
rode   Major   General     Von     Volkte,
Field Marshal,
military   forces
heen lowered into the vault, the choir
from tne Berlin cathedral sang,
"Christ is tlie UesHiurection," by
Grail. Prayer followed and then the
choir sang," He Faithful Unto Death, "
by X. idhnre. This was the only service, in the meanwhile Emperor William stout! beside the tomb in the most
.solemn manner. There was no weep*
ling, but King Edward frequently used
111 Is handkerchief, for heads of perspiration were coursing down bis
brow.
After thu,brief   ceremony the  royal
party   withdrew     and     the    invited
guests,     military     men,     diplomats,
statesmen,   filed in for the last   hasty
view of the   cotlin.   Thc   royal   party
left the park at   lS.'.S  p.   m.    In   the
first carriage was Queen Alexandra on
the right,nnd the Empress on the left.
The second   carriage   contained King
Edward   on   the   right and   Emperor
William ou the left.    Numerous court
carriages    bore    away    the     invited
guests and dignitaries to their   homes
or to   tin,   railroad   and   the   crowds
rapidly dispersed.
  I
HIG STEEL STRIKE.
lioth Sides Confident But Capital Still
Has Best   of It.
Pittsbutg,    l'a.,   Aug.   13.���Neither
.ide moved decisively   in the great industrial   conllict   between   employers
and employees   in the steel strike antl
the result, is still in the balance. .The
strikers made gains  in I'lttsbuig Mu-
Keesport,     Wheeling   antl   Bulaire in
the last 21 hours hut in the main   the
advantage is still with the mill   owners.    Both   sides   claim  to be preparing moves   that will   bring   confusion
to   opponents    bnt   neither   side  has
shown   its   hand.    Both  sides express
their confidence   lu   ultimate victory,
forward
and for this reason
last night decided that the mine must  """ -
be flooded.    All   night long a gang of  soou weighed anchor and tht
men were working,   removing pumps,   lo8t  no Ume ln   "��
cars, etc.   This morning a large ditch
is being dug from Cotnox Lake  to the
mouth of the stope   It will take three
or four weeks to  fill the mine to  the
point of   the fire.    Number   3   stope,
hioh   is  higher  than   the  flooding
point', will   now   be  worked.    Throe
hundred tone daily can he taken  from
it.   This, with 800 tons from live and
six shafts, will  keep the  output   for
San   Francisco   and   other     markets
quite as high as   usual.
~~   ~~ I ~~.i~~_atin-in.be ceremonies. land   arc   actively  carrying
squeeze   through     where   he had   no  p_rt,c.pa ing way Uneii campaigns,
chance   and   consequently he  plain J      The   ?��" The   grades  du      The number of men out as  a   result
ouled his rival. Capt.Jarvis promptly, grand   and   .olemn.    the   �� I ,   -,.,,��� ��� DOW   uglily
lulled his boat to save her as much as W- ��'��'J1"l*   .   lanoe points, at- estimated at 16.000  and on   the  threo
 ,   'ilu"e7B   ".  '  't ,,tlon   J   did   the! orders at 08,000    Many   strikers have
'       uSel   ps     c noosed of   q_d.t-  found   work in   independent mills   or
royal page ct  ps    urn occupation, and many are idle
SS   nh.f     Z'l, while  merely h-'cal  the   stalled   men   are
��,,_. broad hats trimmed with  0���t.    According   to   an   authoritative
trousers and hiol cill!J,. I .,Iim,���ncc,���ent made today to a repre-
^-'hiZt   Sal 'digmtarles   of Lentative  of  the   Associated 1'ieos by
,..!-.     ineludin-    Dr.     Vaniler.    the   officials Of tbe   American Sheet   ~tee
Berlin,   including  i Co , the destruction of   another   plant
haB been order.d hy the steel corpora
possible   and   one of  Cadillac's crew  I
tried all he could to force Invader  off
with   his   hands.    The   judges'   boat
e   officials
lost no time in notifying Thompson
that his boat was disqualified. At this
juncture,the -lilwuukee.which was in
the attendance fleet, to leeward of the
racers, went about and stood after   In-
-adcr.   nwas not thought  ^^��^^Z^Z^'^
of at first but when it became apparent    he Indies    Oa hone
TYPOS TALK
Birmingham,    Ala.,   Aug.     13.���At
today's session of tbe 47th annual convention   International  Typographical
Union, President Lynch  submitted  a
supplementary   report   regarding  the
joint ownership of the   label as  well
as tbe opinion of   the attorneys of the
International   Typographical    Union
to tbe effect that joint   ownership  of
tbe  label iB a legal impossibility.   In
view of recent criticisms of the affairs
of   the   printers'  home  at    "-' '-
that the Os~ko.li boat's purpose was
to cut into an international cup iace.
even though the challenger wus sailing over the course alone, it was un.
favorably commented upon on every
hand as a most unusual performance.
However, Captain Jarvis soon saw the
intention of bis would-be opponent.
He went in and beat the Milwaukee
with ease, many of the spectators not
knowing until the close of the race,
that the Milwaukee had not been substituted.
tior
C. H. Stilwell returned to Nelson
yesterday from the Lardeau, where
he has been investigating the find
made hy the prospector whom he sent
into the district some weeks ago, and
of which mention was made in The
Minei last Sunday. Mr. Stillwell
states that the discovery was indeed
a wondelfully rich one a
OI    111.    _���.._.���
Sprirgs, Trustee McCafferty asked for
an investigation, which request was
submitted by President Lynch.
A report  of   the   laws  committee,
looking to the  practical reparation of
the   stereotypers    and    electrotypers
from the International Typographical
union was then considered.   The corn-
was  indeed  mittee made no recommendation.   The
nd   the   vain  Proposition provides  for complete au
" tonomy of the sterotypers and electro
..--  .L;.L.i..l   nnintl   nnt
GIVEN POWER   TO ORGANIZE.
Birmingham, Ala.,    Aug.    13.���The
International   Typographical  convention today   decided by a vote   of 84 to
ie num..  7(1 to   submit   to a   referendum   vote,
Colorado  the preamble of the proposition allow
-*    "1_-*,-l~ vner
ing the stereotypers and electrotypers
complete autonomy and to control,
charter and organize members of their
craft.
a wonderfully ricn one ami   ,.,,��.   ......
J , tonomy oi me l.l.i,l...>,....���	
is so  exposed that within  two   weeks typerB trHde in the district union and
they will be able to   make  their  flrBt those   employed   in connection   there-
  with was defeated at the  convention,
Continued on Third Page. last year.
GENERAL URIBE KILLED.
New York, Aug. 13.���The Time
will say tomorrow: "According to
El Conservador, a semi official newspaper published at Barranquilla, Colombia, General Rafael Uribe waa
killed at San Cristobal, Ven.-cula,
July 27th."
lain, in a resplendent purple iolm.
Over the head ot the Collin wero the
Imperial colors on which was a crown
of state of massive gold ami heavily
jewelled. Also on the colors wns a
wreath deposited there by l-'mpcror
William at Cronberg and two other
wreaths. Behind the cotlin marched
the Emperor with head ereet and dis-
pl.ying the greatest .-elf possesion and
dignity, but his face was pale and sorrowful   and   he   gazed   straight  for-
ward.
King Edward, who was on  the Km-1
peror's left, walked   heavily  nnduvi-l
dently   found   the   march   fatiguing.
Both Emperor William and King    Edward wore the uniform of  tlie   second
regiment   of    the   Dragoon     guards,
Queen Victoria's regiment.   The pro
cession   occupied   20 minutes iu passing.    All the bell of Potsdam   continued tolling until the procession reached the mausoleum and during the   obsequies.    The procession   reached   Ihe
mausoleum at 11. In.    The proceedings
were   most   simple.    The   coffin    was
carried into the  mausoleum   follow...I
by the Emperor   and   Empress,    King
Edward   and   Queen   Alcvandiu.   the
royal princesses  and other member of
the royal   family,   the   rest of   those
��� present remaining  outside duiiug thi
I last ceremonies
as a result of the refusal of the
e I men to operate it. This time it is
" ��� '''������ Chartiers plant: at., Carnegie   that
to he dismantled.
After the  body   bad
SE1KUUS tfOR   NANAIMO.
S'an    FraooIeCO   Strike   Willi   Greatly
RedticB Output of Coal.
(RPl.CIA.-j TU Till. MINER.)
Nniiaiino,    Aug. 13.���As a   result of
thc San Francisco Strike,   which   has
tied up the shipping   trade,   the  coal
mines here will close down   tomorrow
throwing 1400 men out of work      Tho
statement of tlie company to the  miners is in part as  follows:   ''Owing to
the non arrival of   our   steamers   we
shall    be   compelled to stop   woik   as
soon as '.-.e have  tilled the   bunkers."
It'is understood   that this   order   becomes   effective   almost   immediately
continuing effective as  long as the tie
up   lasts.    Coal   mini:���g   is   the   only
industry in this   town of 71)00 inhabitants therefore the outlook is very had
especially   as   mines   in   the   district
(which support a population nearly tlie
same   size   arc   in a similar   predicament.    The   use uf   oil  in   California
foreshadowed     the    serious     trouble
whioh tlie strike has precipitated and it
is only too   probable   that   when   the
mines   resume   the output will be re-
uced
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Nelson Daily Miner,  Wednesday,  August 14, 1901
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Alexander*: Co...WI llnl Avenue. Spokane.
Wa-h.. keep thi- paper on 111.-, uml are our
au_~in�� _ agent* for ailverlUenionts and mil-
Hcriplion-. .
A CHANGE OF TONE.
The protective policy pursued by
the Canadian government is producing
tbe result sought for���the establishment of manufacturing industries in
this country. There was a time when
the bulk of the mining machinery
used here came from the United
States, but the imposition of an import
tax on this class of goods led to
tbe American machine houses establishing branches in Eastern Canada
and now over 00 per cent, of the mining machinery used in Canada is manufactured at home. An import tax of
33X per cent, ad valorem was piaced
on the Mergenthaler typesetting machinery and the result that all of these
machines used in Canada are now
made here. Look at the result of the
sawiog policy, adopted by the Ontario
Government a couple of years since
and no better proof could be adduced
that it is operating satisfactorily than
the following taken from the Detroit
Tribune: ''Being no longer able to
get American logs for its sawing
plant, the Saginaw Lumber .t
Salt Co. is about to pull up stakes
and transfer its activities fiom thc
Valley City to the Canadian shore, in
order to avoid the effects cf retaliatory laws established across tne border. From Cheboygan south, all along
tbe Iluro- shore, there are silent
mills, abandoned mill sites ami empty
lumber yards, to say nothing of vacant houses, and diminishing or stationary town population. Now one of
the largest of the remaining lumber
firms has been compelled, by failing
supply of raw material, to follow
others aoroas tbe lake, where it must
employ Canadian labor, buy Canadian
supplies, and contiibuto to Canadian
development."
While discussing tariff matters it is
interesting to note the change that is
coming over the tone of many of the
American papers. Where formerly
threy were uncompromisingly in favor
of a high tariff and strongly opposed
to reciprocity they aro not talking
strongly of free trade or reciprocity
with Canada. Where formerly tney
treated with disdain Canada's claims
for a more equitable consideration
at tbe hands of the tariff builders they
are now talking of compromise and
concession and conceding that the Dominion has some rights which they
should consider. The trnth is that in
the Republic there have been built up,
under many years of a protection policy, some vast industries which have
bad a monopoly of a large home market. The output has finally outgrown
the capacity of the home market and
the manufacturers are looking for new
fieldB in which to dispose of their surplus wares. _nd Canada being a close
neighbor naturally they desire to so
cure an entrance into it with their
goods on the b"st possible terms, and
this accounts for the change which
has come ovnr the tono of the press.
Canada, however, is wise enough to
Bee through these blandishments and
in order that she may become a great
manutacturing country she mnst, like
the Uuited States, protect her infant
Industries by a stiff tariff and in the
course of time she will make more
goods and wares than are needed for
home consumption and have a surplus
for export. Still it would not be a
bad idea to have reciprocity in certain lines, where the advantage which
we gained would be at lca-t as grca.
as that wnich we would confer.
MONEY IN   FRUIT RAISING.
Gooseberries as large as plums and
peaches of a fine flavor, rich color
and good size, raised within half a
mile of Nelson, show the possibilities of fruit culture in this section.
There are large areas of sunny slopes
and lowlands in Kootenay which
snonltl be utilized for the growing of
fruit trees which nre now allowed to
",ie idle, and the wonder is, now that
the possibilities are understood, that
more of these are not utilized. It is a
well known fact that fruit gmwn in a
country where there is frost and snow
is better than that which is produced
m semi-tropical regions. This is true
of apples, peaches and grapes. Ontario fruits of these varieties are more
sought after and better flavored than
the   same   kinds  grown in California.
The market hire is an alluring one.
Already it consumes^ large   .uantities
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
INCOHPORRTED    1670.
TRUNKS       TRUNKS
TRUNKS
A large consignment direct from the Factory has just been received  and
we are enabled to oiler them at
UNPRECEDENTED   LOW   PRICES
English Sole Leather Trunks. State Room Trunks. Suit
Oases, Bureau Trunks, All Kinds of Trunks-
Solid Leather Valises, Kit Bags, Hand Bags, English Club
Bags. Telescope Cases, Every Shape and Style is
Represented-
TELEPHONE   NO.   13.
Framed
Pictures
Hudson's Bay Company.
of fruit brought from long distances
and sold at good prices. Besides the
population is increasing and there
is but little danger of production being in excess of the demand. It is palpable, therefore, that there would he
a good protit in the business aud it
should not be long before the bulk of
the fruit consumed in Kootenay
ehould be raised here. Beaiing orchards of from 10 to 30 acres should
he sufficient, when carefully looked
after, to make the owners of them independent, while tbose of still larger
size should make fortunes in a few
years for their proprietors.
BOOMER- ARE BUSY.
The latest field for the operation of
the townsite boomer is Similkameen
and the number of "future great' paper towns there is large. Each, according to those who are booming
them, is too be the future metropolis
of that section, and those who invest,
it is claimed, aro certain to make immense profits on what tbey put in.
The average townsite boomer is an individual of some discernment and it is
evident that the Similkameen country
is one of considerable promise when
so many are engaged in floating and
pushing real estate schemes. It looks
as though the Similkameen country
would develop well as soon as it is
provided with railway transportation
facilities. It has coal measures, gold,
silver and copper ledges antl besides
tbis there are large areas of land suitable for farming and cattle raising. In
addition to this the winters are short,
the snowfall light, and thc open season pleasant. All that is .holding
the region back is lack of transportation facilities. It is uot likely that
a railway will he constructed into the
section this year, but it is reasonably certain tbat it will be done next
year. Then Similkameen will enjoy
What many of the old residents havo
been waiting patiently for a genuine
boom and tho natural wealth of the
country will certainly justify it In
the meanwhile the townsite men will
have only moderate sale for their
wares.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
The growth ot the Fraternal Order
of Eagles has beeu lapid. Del Cary
Smith, the grand- president of the or-
tlir, in a recent speech, stated that
athough the ordor was but live
years old there are upwards of lnu.OOO
members enrolled.
Tbe salmon run on thu Fraser river
is unusually large and hundreds of
fish are caught in single casts of the
net. The result Is that thc canneries
aro blocked with fish. In order that
the production may be cut down to
the capacity of the canneries the latter will only take 300 lish fiom each
boat.
Anna Eva Kay, the clairvoyant, was
in St. John a few days since and was
asked what party would Win in the
next Dominion elections antl prophesied that the Conservatives would succeed to power within live yoaiB. Tbe
words of tlie Korean seemed to have
given considerable satisfaction to a
few credulr.us memberB of the Conservative party, who have faith in ber
powers. The Montreal Transcript has
a man with a long memory on its
staff anil that paper throws discredit
on the utterance of the prophetess ny
telling how, just before tbe general
elections ot 189., Anna Eva was in
Moncton and prophesied that the Conservatives would win and tbat Hon.
George Foster would be the next premier. Thus is the prophetess and those
who believe in ber put to contusion.
Anna Eva. in the instance under consideration, proved herself not  only   a
bad foreteller of the future, but showed that so far as political matters are
concerned she is not even a reliable
guesser.
The East Kootenay Mineral, Agricultural and Industrial exhibition
opens at Cranbrook ' on September
25th and closes on the 27th. In tbe
three dayB there will be a number of
interesting events, including horse
races, lacrosse match, a baby show,
performances hy an opera company,
aud besides there will be a mineral and
agricultural exhibits, showing the
resources of EaBt Kootenay The peo
pie cf Cranbrook are noted as entertainers and visitors to the exhibition
will be made to feel that tbey arc at
home. Cranbrook is a picturesque
town situated in thc midst of a level
and fruitful section and is of itself
worthy of a visit. The railway company has granted very low rates from
all West Kootenay points and the
people of Nelson should visit Cran
brook during the time the exhibition
is in progress.
The many old friends and students
of Professor C. Le. Neve Foster will
regret to learn that he has laid down
his oflice as inspector of mines in
(ireat Britain, says the Mining Reporter. Professor Foster was first
appointed iu 1873. The only interruptions in bis worn during twenty-eight
years' devotion to duty have teen
through illness. In 18711 he dropped
his woik for two weeks to recover
from a surgical operation, and in
1809 be was compelled, owing to a
complete bieakdown in health, to ab
sent himself from duty. Not only did
he travel thousands of miles annually
visiting the mines under his care, but
he also filled the chair of mining at
the Royal School of Mines, London.
His text book on "Ore and Store
Mining" is a classic, and bis annual
reports on the mineral statistics of
lireat Britain were the admiiation of
all competent to juuge. It iB to be
hoped that Professor Foster will
crown his life's work by giving the
world tbe benefit of bis matchless ex
peiience and ability,by writing a com
plete series of works on mining sim-
iar to those wonderful volumes of
Dr. Percy on metallurgy.
DON'T LET TUEM SUFFER.
. Often children aie tortured with
��� tolling and burning eczema and other
skin diseases but Bucklen's Arnica
Salvo heals the raw sores, expel* in
tlammatiun. leaves the skin without a
soar. Cleau, fragrant, cheap, there's
no salve on earth as good. Try it.
Cure guaranteed. Only 25c at Canada
Drug .t Book Co.
Hate you tried���Ironbrew.
A good THING.
German Syrup is the special prescription of. I). A. Boschee, a celebrated German Physician, aud is acknowledged to be one of the most fortunate discoveries in Medicine. It
quickly cuies Coughs, Colds and all
Lung troubles of the severest nature,
removing, as it does, thc cause cf the
affection and leaviug the parts in a
strong and healthy condition It is not
an experimental medicine, but has
stood the test of years, giving satisfaction in every case, wbi.h its rapidly increasing sale every season confirms." Two million bottles sold annually. Boschee's German Syrup was
introduced in the United States in
lst,s. antl 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.
A delightful tonic���Iionbrew.
If yon don't like Bine Ribbon Tia it's
because yon never tasted it.
About that second hand article of
yours. Vou'll sell it if you'll advertise it in The Miner want column
Come and See Our
New Arrival of
Beautiful Framed
Art Productions.
Call Early.  They are
Selling Fast.
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
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ID. McArthur �� Co. |
J. G. NELSON, Manager. g
i       Furniture Dealers, |
Undertakers and Embalmers.      f
SPECIAL SALE
-5    Onk Center Tables,
Oak Leather Seated Fancy Rockers
Kim Folding Tables
Worth $3,511 for
" $5.00 for
" $0.00 lor
" S4.50 fcr
". S5.00 for
" _>6.oo for
" $6.00 for
1' $<> 50 for
9   Cane Verandah Chairs
'rjj        " "        Rockers     -
rjB To make room fur our Fall stock of Carpets and Rugs will
���^2    Cost.   To clear,  Baby Carriages ami Go Carts, less than cost. ��;.
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i'tS
4 5"
3-75
3-75
4 as
4-5��
4-75
go at
FOR SALE
Reynolds' Livery   Stable
ON HALL STREET
Will Be Sold Cheap
Th
iree years lease on  g
property   at $10.00
per month.
round
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Apply to
1.1 CAMERON, ipit
Baker Street.
GALT COAL
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always od
hand.
Kates to all railway and
lake points.
W. P. TIERNEY..
General Agent,
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors west
C.P.R. offices.
West Transfer Co.
N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER.
Goal and Wood
Best  Fir and Tamarac  Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of TeamiDg and
Commission Work-
Oflice on  Baker Street
Tel. 33
NOTICE TO Cr.EDITOR_.
In the matter of the Estate of William Thomas Readies, late of the
town of Salmo, British Columbia
deceaseo, intestate.
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to
tbe "Trustees and Executors' Act
that all creditors aud others having
claims against the estate of the saitl
William Thomas Readies who tliefl at
Nelson, B. C, on the 17th day of
April, KiOl, ��re required oo or before
tbe 20th day of August, 11101, to send
by post prepaid, or deliver to the undersigned, solicitors for the administrator of tbe estate of the said deceased at Nelson, B. C, their Christian
names and surnames, addresses antl
descriptions, the full particulars of
their claims, the statement of their
accounts.and the nature o. tho securities if any, held by them.
And further take notice that after
such last mentioned date the Administrator will proceed to distribute the
assets of the said deceased among the
parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which he
shall hnve th��n bad notice, and that he
ill not be liable for the said assets
or auy part thereof, to any person or
persons of whose claims notice shall
not have beeu relieved by him at the
time of such distribution.
Dated at Nelsou, B.C., this 18th day
of Julv. 1001.
MACDONALD A. JOHNSON,
Solicitors for   James   Lawrence,    administrator of the estate of  the said
deceased intestate.
OALL ON THI
NELSOU VINE CO.
and try a bottle, n do-cn,  or a barrel ot
aALOARY BEER as it Is the beat, and
eape_t   on    the    mn.rl._t.    Also  try  our
WINES,    LIQUORS      and    CIGARS.
PRANK  A. TAMHLYN. M._-_...
Telt li hone S_ Baler -U, Nelson
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE   AND RETAIL
Fisn <uid Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-VV.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD office nelson, h. c
**&******** ���___.
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orden by malt to a_>v branch will have careful _���_. Drorabt 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.
1901 1901
The Store With
Right Prices
New Goods Arriving Every Day
When our new stock is complete we will have by far the FINEST DISPLAY OF FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
ver shown to the public of Nelson.
Call and see our Rattan Chairs, Baby Carriages, Go  Carts,   Morris
Chairs, Verandah Chairs, etc.
J. G. BUNYAN & CO.
TELEPHONE 142
BAKER STREET
f
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of_British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO.
Paid-up Capital,   83.000.000;   Reserve   Fund,   82,000,000;
Aggregate   Resources Over 805.000.000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. 8. WALKKR, General Manager.
London Ollice: _o Lombard Street, B. C.
New York OtOcc; ,6 Exchange Place.
And 08 branches in Canada aud ihe United -tat�� . including:
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Atun Greenwood Nei.o. Sandon
Cranrrook       KA-Bvoofs Nkw Westminster  Vancouver
Fkknie Nanaimo Robe USD Victoria
YUKON MSTRICT-Dawson and \v~ite Horse.
UNIT KI1 STATUS���New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, SkaowaY,
Savings Bank Department.
Dep_.lt> Received Mid Interest Allowed.   Present Bate 3 Per Cunt
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 O. l_ LV KNOX. B��_��. St
MM.,
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
DROP IN AND SEE OS
Nelson, a U. Nelson   Daily Miner, Wednesday August 14, 1901
CLAIMS TRANSFERRED
FOR S20.300 GASH
Continued from First Page.
__.ni.if.it. The re-lilta of Bve aaeays
from the surfaoe .-owing were aa
,0l,0Wi. Sample No. 1-OxIdued
,lial, togec_er with carbonates,
07 ounces, valued at $100,80,:
Oxides'toRStbB. with u little
,.���������,. .live. IK,, ounces, valued ut
|00,4K; No. B���Galena grey copper
,ulpliflretB, eto. iviiiet' '�� the prevailing material of the vein as exposed,
-0]d ,04 ounces, silver 780 ounces, 0.5
cent   copper,    and   SO U per   cent
valued at $.01.00; No. 4���Chiefly
anil   sulpliui't'ls,   1,211.11
mater
silver
per
load,
grey copper
ounces silver, valued at .70-.oe per ton;
-Also giey copper an~ sulphur
.90 ounces silver, valued at $77-1
Thu   worli   done   consists
liuflim
~o. 5
cts. 1
per ton
chiefly ol a careful prospecting
the ground for the purpose of
whether the lead was continuous and
also whether it was mineralized to
any distance ou either side of the
principal discovery. Vor this small
openings have been made on the lead,
in evens cast: with satisfactory results,
over a dtstanoe ol .000 feet. This examination has proved thnt the vein is
traceable for a great distance, in
places bavins: a width of 80 feet between its walls of lime nnd scnist.and
that the character of these walls remuins unvaried. But it la at the point
on Ihe vein   where the llrsl   discovery
was made that it looks its '.cut. Here
an open cut has heen made about four
feet in width, exposing a like amount
of extremely ri.li mineralised material, from which the samples, theaisay
of which are given above, were taken.
C. I.. Brush is the name of tho prospector who made the lucky find. The
property is reached by a trail Blurting from the wagon road about, three
ami a half miles ln.ni Trout Lake, the
claims being also about three miles
from the main trail. Mr. Stillwell
will return to the property Saturday,
taking with him   supplies  and   men.
had ruptured nnd notwithstanding the
dear boy survived the operation, and
was apparently getting well, general
peritonitis set in which could not be
overcome. He was not a graduate but
next to his graduating year, the first
honor man in classics in the univer-
sipy, anil a diameter than whicli I
would not have prayed 'or a better.
I have seen in the midst of my own
grief the death of my Rood fircnil Mr.
Beaton. My deepest sympathy to his
family. FHEDEBIU B. DUVAL.
Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 9, 1001.
Maile hy Thorpe & Co.���Ironbrew.
There were no locations at the Nelson office yesterday. Certificates of
work were iissuod to C'.W. Greenlee on
the Ii. C, and U.S. ; to Pierre Dionne
on the Illue Stone; to Norman Stewart
on the Franklin, Oold Hoy and Norman ; to Prank Provost ou the Lome,
Muller, Golden Star, and Nelson; tn
.1 /.attoui on the Vento; to Roderick
McLeod on the Iron Mountain ; to H.
11. Esnouf on the Guelrong.
The transfers were Keystone Fractional mineral claim, from .1. Shut-
tleworth and C. C. Ladd to A. L. Davenport, consideration 815 ,11111; Cable
and Ten Bioek from ,1. Shuttleworth
to A. L. Davenport, consideration
(5,000. A certificate Ol improvement
was granted to E. A. Crowe, of Nelson, on tho Golden Queen.
Sonator John D. Byrnes of San
Mateo, Cal., and Phi) Coi-cor/m of
San Francisco, are at the Hume.
They returned on Monday evening
from an inspection of the White
Grouse group of mineral claims on Harris mountain, east of Kootenay lake.
They Bpcnt ten days in making the
examination. They were reticent
last evening as to their intentions in
regard to closing the deal for tho purchase of the group. Tho properties
aro owned by Mrs. Jennie E. Harris
of Kaslo, and are considered to be ?al-
Duble,
A SNAP l���A good Peterboro imv-
boat for sale at ii bargain. Only been
in use three months. Must be sold
this week.    Address "II," Miner.
POLICE NEWS.
before Mayor Fletcher yesterday
morning at the police court the case
of Hubert MoMahon, charged with
violating the eity bylaw relating to
Sunday closing, was tried antl resulted
in tbe dofeuant being lined the costs
of the prosecution.
Henry Sigient, who has been absent
from the city for about a month sineo
the dato of a quarrel with a ninn
named E. Brosseau, returned and was
arrested yesterday on a oharge of as-
Miult preferred by BrOBBeau. In court
lie pleaded guilty to the oharge but
said that tho complainant had called
him many foul and abusive namer.
His woruhip severely reprimanded
Nigient and imposed a tine of $2 and
costs.
THE_CITY
Now that the waters of the lake
havo recoiled from the city wharf tbe
need of extensive repairs being made
on that much patched structure is
more apparent than ever. The planking ln plaees is in very bad condition.
By permission of Capt. Macdonnlel,
the baud of the R. M, B. will render
a conceit at the park tonight at which
(he chief feature will be a cornet solo
"Triiinpbet Triplets" by 3. 11.
Pollard
The inquest at Rossland into the
cause of the denth of Mrs. Maggie
Angus, who died nnriet rather suspicious circumstances, was held ycBter-
day. the jury bringing in a vedict of
death from natural causes.
There will be an ica cream social
and musical entertainment at the Salvation Army "Barracks tonight. The
most interesting part of the musical
entertainment will be the 'Aoho band
which will make its first appearance
on the street and inside the hall.
The proceeds of the social will be in
aid of baud and local corps.
The steamer Minto, which the
Miner mentioned yesterday morning
as ocing put into commission on the
Upper Arrow Lake, is to be used in
transferring the extra freight which
has to go into the Slooan by way of
Hobson and Slocan .Junction, owing to
the burning of the bridge on the Rosebery route. She will run betwoon Arrowhead and Robson.
Nelson has been on the route of
more tourist parties this year than
ever before. Two parties from the
States ate now at the Hume and rooms
have been engnged for other tourists
who will pass through the eity this
month. Tlie C. P. R. is doing much
to advertise the sceuie beauties of the
Kootenays and attracts as much traffic
as possible this way. It is but the
thin edge of the wedge and it will not
bo long before Nelson will be the centre of a district that will attract tourists by the hundreds from all parts
of thu continent.
Foreman Payette stated yesterday
that the trouble about the price of
board between the men erapoyed at
the marble quarry at Kaslo and Con
trader LeMoine had been a misunderstanding, and had been settled at
once, and had nothing to do with cans
ing the delay in the arrival of marble
at Nelson. At first it bad been intend- to ship tbe stone rough to Nelson and do the cutting here, but after consideration it was decided that
it would be easier to prepare it at the
quarry, and this now was .being dono.
As it takes some time to get a sufficient quantity of stone ready to make
a shipment a delay in operations has
occurred.
A largo pack train of supplies was
despatched to the prospectors and
miners yesterday who aro working on
tbo Boss Boy, McGinty, and other
claims in their vicinity, some fourteen miles out on tho old Burn's trail;
southeast from Nelson. Ithere are
now between sixty and seventy men
working in that distriot within a
small radius, lying about three miles
smith of Five Mile Point, the trail
though   long,    (going  up Cottownood
Patenaude Bros.
OPTICIANS
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H. H. PIAYF0KD J
& CO.        I
MADDEN    BLOCK
Cigars,.. ,
Tobacco
X Phone 117
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J. 0. GWILUM, B-,  Sc,
MINING ENGINEER.
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C.
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. B. r_
A. R. BARROW, a. .. l oe
Provincial Land Surveyor
Oorner Viotoria and Kootenay Sts.
P.O. Box b Telenbone No.
For Eainbow Trout
T. G. Procter's houseboat is now for
rent by the day or week. Special rates
for family parties. First-olass cook
and attendant in oharge. Rates $2,60,
per day. Parties can get off boats
either going or returning from Nelson.
Tbe hOBt for the next two weeks will
be stationed below the Brickyard,
nearly opposite Piooter.
Firstclass fishing.swiinmingand boating. Apply to T. U. Procter, Baker
street, for further information.
BENNETT'- ..'USE.
He  sure and get the genuine   BENNETT'S GUTTA PERCHA l-'USE,nr.t
something that looks ' like   it.    Lawrence Hardware Co., Agents.
F. O. GREK-.        V. 8. OLEMENT-
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
P. O. Bio HI .__el��.n  B.*i
IF TOUR HORSE
Is    lame    or    inter feres
bring  him   to   the   City
Horseshoeing' Shop,   Jo
sephine Street
ALEX. GIBSON.
East Kootenay's 1st Annual
Mineral. Agricultural
and Industrial Exhibition
CRANBROOK. SEPT. 25 TO 27.
Three Days ol instruction,  Interest
and Enjoyment.
Miner il Exhibit, Bucking Contests,
Agricultural Exhibit, Horse Races. Tbe
best program ever seen in the Country,
See posters and circulars for further
particulars, -pecinlly low return rail-
rates from all points.
A. W. M'VITTIE, Secretary.
N. E. T. CO.
The DAILY MINER
WILL HE DELIVERED TO
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning immediately
on arrivol of steamer, at the
rate of
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions to be left
with the agent,
D. J. YOUNG.
R. M. R. BAND
AT PARK
By kind permission of Capt.
Macdonell
WEDNESDAY SUNDAY-
if fine.
THE
WANT
FOR SALE OR RENT
ArtToritnomoiitrt In .eriod initior tut., heart at
tho rftto of out' cunt a word per in^url-ion. No
f-dvortlH-'inent taken for _i*w>. than -Ih cents.
Situation wanted advertisements Inserted
threu time* free <>f oharffo.
NER'8
PAGE.
MISCELLANEOUS
BAI-dAINt���Up-to-date   ladies' Hartford bicycle for sale aheap.   Money
talks.    Apply Hike. Miner.
KOOM TO KI.NT In K. \V. C, Block,
on .luly 1st, cornor room facing
llaker ami Ward street. Two rooms
en suite on Ward st., and tiv.. inside
rooms. Furnished or unfurnished.
Mrs. F. .1. Squire.
A iv you
n   want
'    If   you am, tell
tlie people,
through
The   Miner waul
column, iv
ml   you
are   in   want   uf.
Vou'll gut
II
TO KENT.���Rooms and office  in   pie-
ment,   Ilillj'er bloek.    Apply tu   tlie
Nelson Electric Tramway ollices.
BOOM and hoard in   private   family.
Apply on ISi 1 ica  street, second   door
west of Ward,
KOOM for   rent at
Siliea street
Mrs.   McBeath's,
WANTED
NELSON Employment Agency.  Baker
street.    Phono .78.    J. II. Love.
WANTKO-Cook .so.    Waitress,   135.
Six   Deckhands.    Waiter.      Pantryman.    Railroad men for Lardo.   Cord-
wood Cutters 82.00 per cord.
Contraots taken   lor   Diamond   Core
Drilling.
WESTERN Canadian Employment
Olliee.    Phone   -70.  II. A.    Prosser.
WANTED.���Railroad Intiorers. Girls
for   housework.    Woman   to   Cook.
first-class Hook, out of town.
TWO LADIES from the oast desire
positions' in the interior, one its
stenographer; three yearn' experience,
has typewriter. Ono as governess,
mother's help or any position of trust;
good cook,seamstress and housekeeper.
Inferences. Address, Miss U. Carter.
Stenographer..!)! llcwe St..Vancouver.
MISCELLANEOUS
A SNAP'.���A gooil Peterboro row-
boat for sale at a bargain. Only been
in use three months. Must be sold
this week.    Address "H," Mluet.
Band Car and extra leave
Stanley street corner at 7:40
p. m.
11111; mini,;- Uold Properties���We are
iiHxIliuh lo Heelire a IVw I'l-re milling gold
propvrtl. m al once. The .Prospector's Excitant;., Nelson, D. ��'. limiiii I, K.-W...
Block.
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
NULSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
N KLSON 80DA WATER FAOTOHY-
~. M. Caimnhia, Le_tee���Mverr known
variety of soft drinks, l'~liux88. TolepniLiie
No. 31. Hoover t_treot, Nelooo. liuttlers of the
fumou. tit, Leon Hot Springs Mineral Water
ARCHITECTS
C^ANK ,�� MACDONALD ill. Cauu, Juuie
/ A. -liiciiou.il-i���Arcbitoote and suyonn
leinlent*. bruitULi ll.ll Lilock, curuur liukcr and
Ward streets, ~elson
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
HJ. KVANS Sc CO.-Baker atreet, Nal
��� siiiL���Wholesale deuleis In liquors, ci-
gard, cement, lire bnck nnil lire cltty, water
pipo uml btool rails, and goucrul couiuiU-ion
merchants.
LitiAlN,  HAY AND CEREALS
LIUAOKMAN-KBK M1LL1NO CO., LTU.-
. Wholesale and retail deulorH In grain,
hay*, dour, teed. Mills al Victoria, New YVcst
LinusUT, Edmonton, Alta. hluvuiors on Calvary unit h.ilin.jnlun Hallway. Manufacturer*
ut the cclcbriil. 11 11. & lv, brand cereal���
UROCER1ES
A    MACDONALD
��   uml   Hall   blreets-
Sc Co.���Cornor  Fron
W hulubalo  grocer
mi jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boot-
rubbui'L., inuekinuws uml minors' sundries.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
i_>   UCKNd Sc Co.���Buker Street, Nolsun���
. ���   Wholesale dealers iu freuh uud cured
moats.   Culd Storage.
11/EST   KOOTKNAY   BUTCHER   00.-
YV     Baker Struct, Nelson��� Wholesalo dou
ers in fresh and cured meats.
HARDWARE o. M1N1NU   SUPPLIES
Vou shouldn't Send out of town for
cards for yourself or .your husband
until you see what The Miner can do
for vou.
��;o_l��_ll~L,Kll-_'Ort,EK.|.K,-liL-Miaou   and
prospects wanted, Bend report and sum-
pies lo Ihe Prospector's __olin-gc. Nelson.
��...  Boom-K.-W.-C. block.
JAWKKMCK   HARDWARE  CO - Bukei
A street. Nelson ��� Wholesale dfiftlais in
hardware, minors' supplies, sporting goods
etCj	
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Van
cuuver linrdwuroCo, Ltd.) Buker Street.
Nelson���Wholesale dealers In hardware und
mining supplies, plumbers' und tinsmiths' sup
plies.
HARDWARE  CO.-Wholesale
puinUL, oils uiiil gUiss; uicohunics' tools.
Agent.-, foi Ontario l'uwder Works; lynuniito
XT KLSON*
i-T    P
LIQUORS AND DRV 0001)8
H. & M. B
BROKEN HILL BLOCK.
The newest and best summer drink.
���Ironbrew.
COMMUNICATIONS
creek valley and thence eastward by
the monntain back of Nelson) being
tho easiest way to reach it. It was
in this section that some very rich
gold quart/, was found a couple of
months ago.
FOOD CnANOED TO POISON.
Putrefyi-g food in tho intestines
produces' effects like thoRe of arsenic,
but Dr. King's New Life Pills expel
the poisons from clogged bowels gont-
ly. easily but surely, aurine CDnB'.i-
pation, Billiousnes", Sick llcada.jhe,
Pevers, all Liver, Kidney and Bowel
troubles. Only _r>c at Canada Drug &
Hook Co.
No harmful ingredients in���Ironbrew.
Lumber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles. ,
Mouldings, Sash Doors-
Inside Pinish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LARliO,
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Montreal
Allan Lino Austrula .an.  Aug. 17
Allan  Line Frol.riun.., Aug. il
Allan Lino Tunisian  Aug 30
Beavor Line Lake Ohamplaln Aug. 10
Beaver Une Lake McganUo  .... Aug. 23
From Portland. Mo.
Dominion Lino Dominion .  August 10
Dominion Lino Cambroman Aug. Il
From Boston
Dominion Lino New Kngland  August 14
Dominion Lino Common wealth Aug. io
From New York
White Slur Lino Celtic Aug. 13
Whito Htur Line Majestic Aug, 11
Whito Star Lino Ocuanic Aug. 81
Cunard Lino Campania Aug 111
Cunard Line Umbrla : Aug. 17
American Line St. Louis Aug. l��
Anchor Line Anohoria Aug. 17
French Line Lo Brelagso  ..Aug. is
Hamburg Amorican Augiute Victoria Aug. IS
N. O. L. Kai erin Maria Theiosia Aug. IS
For furthor particulars apply to
H. L. BROWN,
City Passenger Agent, Nelson, B. C.
W. P. F. CUMMINGS
GooeralS.S. *��roif_ C.P.R. Offl._i. Wiunln-g
PROM DR. DUVAL.
Lditor Miner,���Home one's kindness
put into mv bands your issue of the
Hh inst., with some limited account
of my son's death. lie did not go
south on account of bad health. lie
was in excellent health, but went ��o
West Virginia to join a civil engineer
corps for a summer vacation antl was
taken with appendicitis, and after
some days' treatment at a smaller
place was brought on a cot, by train
to Fairmont Hospital where tbe operation  was   too   late.   The  appendix
STORAGB! STORAGE I STORAGE!
I have a large warehouse and am
prepared to store all kindB of goods.
. msser's Second Hand Store, Ward
Street.
SORE BACK
Lumbago, pains In the back or slilo, soreness,
swelling or Inflammation And no standing
ground aitor an application ot Griffiths' Linl-
ment-penctrutos iu a minute, illsnels the pain.
stops the Buffering, You will find it better
thun plasters.
Mr Muck White, well known trulnor of thc
Toronto Luerosse Club anil Osgooili. 'Football
linl,nays: "(Jriiltllis' Liniment is unequalled
for athlotes or those training, I have useil It
with tin) best of success for sore back, stiffness,
sorenoss, sprains and all forms of swolllng and
inflammation. _ _ _
For salo by J. II. VanBtono, NeUxm, B. C.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON
J. A. mWAEJ).
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS and COPYRIGHTS
obtained in all countries
BOWLANDBRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N. A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Write for full particulars.
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'v.
FOR SALE.
Mr. Hen Hodgo's resilience on Mill
street with four lots; five rooms down
stairs, three bedrooms and huge
bathroom upstairs. Furnace just put
in_A well built and comfortable
home.    Terms of payment   easy.
See also list of houses ar.d lots for
sale and residences for rent at door of
our offices next to McArthur's on linker street.
Corner Vernon
nti Josephine  Streets.  Nelson��� Wliclo
rilUl'.XKH, HKKTU.V & Co.
X untl Josephine Streets,
ulo dealers In U_uors, otgara, and drygoods
Agents fer l'ubst 1~-owing Co. of Milwaukee
Mid Culgury Brewing Co of Calgary.
RUD-ON'S HAY Co.���Wholesale groceries
nnil liquors etc., linker Stroet, Nelsou.
LUMBER.
NEL-ON SAW ANU PLANING M1LL-
Ollioo corner Hall anil .rout Streel-
Nelson���Lumber, ceiling, llooring, and ovory
thing in wooil for building purposes. Got out
prices.   Correspondence solicited.
OKI. SACKS A^'l. TWINES.
r\. GALLON ��-. CO.���Dealera In ore
X ��� untl i wines. Always a large sto
hum!. Telephone299,  Boom II. K.-W.-C
LODGE MEETINGS.
^
NKLSON LOUGK    No. ��1, A. V. Sc
M. meots second Wednesday in
month.   Visiting brothern welcome
Nelson  A Fort
W. H. BROWN & 00.,   .    NELSON
ESTIMATES   GIVEN
FOR  ALL  KINDS  OF
Construction Work
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the highest oash prloe for all
kinds of second hand Roods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Fnrnitnre, stoves, oarperte,
-ookin�� utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast oS clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Hike, Box 30., Hall
Sfveet, Nelson, B ��.
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
LOW   RATES.
Winnipeg One Fare Round
Trip
August 20th to ~8th
On Account of Medical Association Convention.
Buffalo and Eeturn
$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 1:3a p.m
12..5 p.m Rossland 4'.10 p.no
loilii a.m Nelson 6;05 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, Q. P. & T.A.
Spokane Woe.
d. K. TAOKABURY
Agent,Nelaoe., B.C'.
I. O. O. F. Kootcnny Loilgii
% No. ill, meetsoverj��� Monday ni~ln,
at their Hull. Kootenay st'-ot
Sojournlmr Odd Fellown cordially Invited.
John A. MoRao, N.Q. D. W. Buthorfbrd, \ .11
Kred J. Squire, I'or. See-.
Nelson ltoyal Arch Chapter No. ii.l, U. 11. C
Meots third Wednesday. Sojourning oompan
iou�� invited. George .Johnstone. _. B. w.
Matthews, S. K.
nklson i.onoi.; \o.-a, K.o( P.
...nooi-in K. ol P. hall, Oddfellows blook
f raflrst mill i hire Tuesday evening of e leh
""flmonlli at S o'clock.
'All Visiting knl���lil�� oordlally  Invite
WM. Iiivisir, CO.
A. T. I'AUK. K.of K. nnd ~.
JOHN McIATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial"2!���'..
Laad Surveyor.
169 nelson b c
���Nelson Kneu pmont No. 7. Moots l very 2nd
and itli Friday nl eaoh month, in Odd Fellowi,
Hall, coinur Hukur end Kootooay BtreoM
Nelson. A. II. Clomonl -. C. IV, II. AI.ArllilU'
lt. a.  Visiting brothers always _.���! ���
NKLSON L. O. I.. No. WW luoete in Pre
ternlty Hull on fni uml third Friday evening*
ot eaoh month at 8 o'clock. Visiting niemboir
cordially invited, w, W. Bradley, V.. K.
A, Mhity, K.3,	
NELSON AKHIK No. tl. V. (>. E., meets
every seoond and fourth Wednesdays or eacl.
m onth.  visiting   members coi.liii.ily   invii,
Charles Prosser, decretory.
rrrfflnm
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
VIA
lea's
Kootenay Tout No. 7. K.Q. T. M.. hold their
regular meetings in ratonutj Hail, i. o. o. v.
block, on the lit und Sid Thuwdjys of oaoh
n.ontli. VisltinK brethren .���or.llully lnvltod to
attend. O. A.Urowo, U.K.; A. P. l'uidy. Com,
It. J.Steel, 1). d. C.
"cOUliTKOO-rKNA-., I. O. F., No. 31*.
Moetlnits Ith Thuradayof month, hraternnl
hall, .1 A Irvini. f lt.   I>. ������ KImuiIuk. H.K
Nelson Conrt Slur ol   Kootonay,  A. O. K.
MceN 2nd nuil   llh    Wcihiesiinys in every
monlh. visiting brethren welcome,
Mlllan, O.ll.   Robert MeLood, ^cl-.
To Al! Eastern Points via
Lake Route, All-Rail or Soo
Line, via St. Paul or Chi-
car.o.
W. Mao
NKLHON'S QL'KF.N Nl). -II
SONS OF ENGLAND, meet*
hit end 3rd Wednesday evenings of
each  month   ul  Fiulornhy liull,
cornor of  llaker   und  Kooienuj
UV ill   street-.   Visiting brethcrn curd-
%===:#   lulh lnvltod
F.liWAHli MaOLSOU, Soeret:i.rv.
E. J.SCOV.L
MINI--) KEOKEK, L.OTAICY Vlltlit
Wlndermero Mlnon.   OorrespondencoSol'dlei!
WiNI-KBMl-BE, ,_ O
BUFFALO. $76.00.
Sixty    Days'    Limit.
Good going August 6th, 20.
Through Sleeping Cars Kootenay Ldg. to Toronto. Arrowhead to Vancouver.
For pamphlet! descriptive of Canadian I'acilin tours and for Time Tables,
Rates,  Tickets,  apply
II. L. Hhown,
City Passenger Agent.
,1. H. OAI'.TKIt.
Din. IVf. Agt.
Nelson.
E. .1. Cl'YI.K.
A. (I. P. A.
Vancouver .*������
Nelson Daily Minkr, Wednesjay, August 14, 1901
���
Hammocks
mocks
A touch of warm
weather s u g-
g _ s t s Ha m-
VVhero can you find i. ore
comfort than in a Hammock?
Where can you find more square
feel ol luxury lor so little money as
in the particular Hammocks we arc
selling. Cloud colorings, well made,
large ami roomy, and above all
strong and good value.
THOMSON
STAT.Qf\_ERYCo.L
NELSON,  B.C.
Pianos to Kent at 87 per month.
������VVVVVVVWI/^VVVVVVVVV-V**
THE CITY
wywwwi/iAvw^^AV/iiMA^Ae
iThe first grapea of the season were
placod on the local   market yesterday.
The building of a shelter over the
city weigh scales has been  completed.
Mt. Joseph's school will open for
tbe next session on Tuesday, .September _rd.
A party of men to work on construction in the Lardo left on the Kokanee
last evening.
A larjre number of people are preparing to take in the picnic of tbe
Congregational church tomoirow.
A number of boys are in the habit
of coiiitr in swimming without bathing su'ts along tl.e watci front, especially in the neighborhood of the boat
honors.
The floating house lately belonging
to the Gooderow family has beon secured by George Hale and he is having it removed to get the supporting
raft for boatbouse purposes.
The C. P B. announces that owing
to nitertoption to the line between
Rosobory and Nakusp by the burning
of a trestle, through business for the
main line and coast points will for
the next few days, be routed via Uob-
son.
Percy llorton and another young
man whose name was not ascertained,
while oat canoeing lust Sunday near
Lake Park were upset, and there not
being any boat in tho Immediate
neighborhood weie in the water for
some time until assistance arrived.
Neither of Iho young men sustained
any damage from the ducking.
A lot on Latimer street, west of
Stanley, was sold toil. A. Neve yes-
tenluy by II. .^ M. Bird, acting as
agents for. -Mrs. II. A. Langford. Mr.
Novo has just returned from .South
Africa,having enliBted in the Imperial
Yeomanry while iu England and served through the war up till a short
time ago. It is his intention to erect
a   residence on the lot.
The grading and excavating for the
high school site at tbe corner of Latimer and llendryx streets was started
this week and is r.ow well under way.
Contractor Gillett expects that this
part, of the work will be completed
by tomorrow night, and the bnilding
of tho foundations] will likely be
oomir.onccil Friday. Stone is now being brought from the quarry at the
foot of Baker street for use in the latter. The timber and brush has all
been removed from the lot and burned, and ten men nre clearing out the
roots anil ploughing. The city nlso
have live men employed grading the
streets adjoining the site.
T. 11. May. one of the first barbers
to come to Nelson, has opened a shop
on Ward street.
A letter from I'retoria.South Africa,
addressed to John Painter, care of
W, J, 0. Dickson, awaits the owner
at the P. O. general   delivery.
The thermometer yesterday was
but two degrees below its highest
iiinrk this summer. The weather man
is giving us one of the eastern hot
spells warmed over.
A derrick has been placed in position on the end of the city wharf to
aid in handing the stone coming from
the Kaslo quarry by barge, for the
new postofiice building.
H. Parkin, who is suffering from
an attack of delirium tremens, oaused
by over indulgence in intoxicating
liquors, was removed to the eity jail
from the hospital yesterday.
Tho second dance of the Nelson
Boat Club, held at the Lake Park Pavilion last night, was a great success
from every standpoint. The weather
was excellent, the music superb, thc
lloor all that could be desired and
the people Nelsonians. The members
of the club proved themselves capable
hosts and a very enjoyable evening
was spent. Wambold's orcheBtra
supplied the music.
The following letter was received by
the secretaries of the below mentioned teams yesterday: "To the members of 'Tamblyn's Tigers' and 'McFarland's Muffers' lacrosse teams:
tientlemen, I am instructed by the
directors of the Kooteay Lake General
Hospital to tender you their Bincero
thanks for your kind interest displayed in arranging and carrying to a satisfactory conclusion the lacrosse mutch
which added to the funds of the in
stitution the handsome sum of $1)4.50,
Yours very truly, F. W. Swannell,
secretary Kootenay Lake General Uos-
pila." The K. M. K. band received
a similar acknowledgement.
***********!.**************
I ..You.. f
X X
x   Can   Obtain   |
t Certain Hndy-Bulldlng Results by T
J Using X
j GRAPE=NUTS j
% .. FOOD ,. j
X*************************
QUESTIONING A FRIEND
If one takes the trouble to carefully
question a person that has been using
Grape-Nuts Food for two or three
weeks, the facts will ho Drought out
that gradually there comes over thc
hoilv a feeling of Inoroaicd strength,
particularly of menial strengtn and
ability.
The mind works clearnr and moie
actively when it plays upon a hrain
tbat. is refreshed, rebuilt ami properly
constructed by thi' food elements Intended   by Mature for such work.
This is a   profound   fact   regarding
Grape Nuts.   The Fond contains just
the kind of material Nature must have
to unite wilh albumen, from which to
rebuild the grnv matter in the brain
nntl nerve oenlors throughout the
body. Therefore the user can expect
anil obtain a definite result from
the regular use of lirape-Nuts.
longed visiis to St. Petersburg. Berlin
and Vienna, sails for New York on
the Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, August 14. In an interview ho expressed
tbe opinion that the outlook for international peace through arbitration
was brighter than ever before.
SMALL REVOLUTION.
Washington, Aug. 111.���Consul general Cudger. writing to the state department under date of July 3!)th, re-
orts that on July 20 and 21, about 'J5
revolutionists entered the towns of
(iatun, Eehol and San Pablo, on tbe
line of the Panama railroad, midway
between Panama and Colon, made pi is-
ones of the aleiule and several policemen, and retired to the mountains
taking with them what armB and provisions tbey could And. A general
uprising seemed imminent and the
government was becoming alarmed
at the situation.
CASES ENLARGED.
Rossland, Aug. 13.���Two men came
up at the polioj court today as a result of Saturday incident when a
Northport smelter man was maltreated, .olistro, an Italian from North-
port, pleaded not guilty und his solicitor secured an adjournment until
Thursday, bail for $1,0110 being renewed. Heamish, a member of tbe
Rossland nnion, also secured enlargement to the same day. The latter is
chaiged with intimidation and assault.
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO & 8IXK.AN RAILWAY
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TRAD CO Ltd
Shortest and quickest rnuie to the cast and all
poiutHonthuO.lt. & N. and Northern Pa-
clflo Railway*) in WuahinKton, Oregon and
Southern Statea,
Time Card Effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry
wi
S:3/l a. ��n. Lv.
10:_~.i p.m. Ar.
Knmo
Sandon
Ar. .:00 p.m.
Lv. I;_.'��� p. in.
Iut Nav- & Trading Co-
M I.SO.V    KASI.o  Kill It-
5:3(1 p. m. Lv. NelHon Ar. ll:(Kln. m.
9:10 p.m. Ar. lCaslo Lv. 7100 a.m.
Connecting at ITlve Mile Point wilh Nelson
& Kurt fheppard   Railway  both lu anil from
Kn - mild, ele.	
KANLO-LAKDOAKUENTA  ROUTE
Steamer from Nelson leaves Iv. It. & N.
wharf, Kaslo, B. C, HI, for Uirdo on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays at 9:80 p. in. returning iho same evening.
Tickets sold to all part* in Unileil State- anil
Canada via Great Northern mid O. H. Be N.
CJO._ line-.
Ocean steamRhlp tickets and rates via all
lin,-- will be furnished on application.
For further particulars cull on or address
ROBERT IRVINU
Uanaaer. Kafiln.B. C
G. K Tackabuby Agent. Neluon, B. C.
Cooling and   refreshing���Ironbrew.
PERSONAL
A (I. Creelman of Rossland, is at
the Waverley.
J. O. Sullivan, engineer in charge
of construction or the C, V. R. in the
Kootenays, is a guest at the l'hair.
A. Ferguson and .1. A. Lade, of
Ferguson, two well known milling
men of the Trout Lake distriot, are
stopping at the Hume.
Miss E. M. Hunt, H. Moody and his
daughter,Miss I. E. Moody, a party of
English tourists who are travelling
through Hritish Columbia, are stopping at the Phair.
J. H. Soady, who for somo years has
been principnl of the Nelson schools,
has sent in his resignation, as he has
decided to abandon teaching for the
study of medicine.
Dr. Charlea Doherty, superintendent
of the Kootenay Lake hospital,Nelson,
13. C, lain the city for a vacation.
He has beon visiting his parents in
Egliuton, North Toi onto.���Toronto
II lobe.
Mrs. J. S Carter leaves this morning for the Pan-American exposition
at Huffalo and after spending a short
time there will proceed to her fonner
home at KanBafl City, Mo., where sbe
will spend some months. Mr. Carter
accompanies her as far as Spokane.
A party of Americans consisting of
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cooke, Mr. and
lM.s. J. (I. P. Wheelright and maid,
MrB. W. 11.-butter of Minneapolis, and
Kev. J. H. Tuttle and Dr. Oeo. M.
Tuttle of Now York, returned yesterday afternoon from an outing on the
C. P, B. houseboat which haa boon
anchored at the mouth of Midge creek
on Kootenny Lake. They expressed
themselves as gieutly pleased with the
trip nnd will carry away pleasant
memories of the week spent in fishing
and sight seeing in the Koolenavs.
The party will leavo today for Bevel-
stoke to spend several wei'ks along the
main lino among the Booaies.
AUHANUINU FOK MONEY.
Montreal Aug. 1!!.���A special meeting of the hhareholdeis of Vancouver
and Lulu Island and Kootenay and
Arrowhead railroads waa held at the
0, P. B. ollices today for the purpose
of authorizing tbe issuing of bonds
provided for at the last session of
Parliament. Work on both lines is In
notive operation. The Lulu Island
road to .Ntovoston will be completed In
the autumn and the Kootenay and
Arrowhead from Lardo to Trout Lake
City ahout the same timo. The Kootenay and Arrowhead serves the silver
lead mining district of the Lardo district.
TUA1N HELD UP.
Dennison, Texafl, Aug. 18.��� J. B.
Davis, deputy marstmll at Colbert, 1.
T., arrived here tonight from the
Hoeno of the robbery at Cnney. Hix
men have been arrested on the charge
of Comtnltlng the robbery. These men
were arrested at Caney and taken to
Atoka toilnv. The operator at Caney
when lie heard the shooting suspected
the train was being held up, put out
(he light in the dopot. and telegraphed
to Atoka, 11 miles away for olllcers.
Within two hours after tho robbery
wns committed, n blood hound had
trailed these men to their homes.
LOOKS POB PEACE.
London Aug. II. ��� Frederick W.IIoll,
United Stntes member of tbe   Interna
tionnl   court   of  arbitration   at   The
llaguo who is in   London   after  pin
CANUCKS FOR ENGLAND.
Montreal, Aug. 13.���News has been
received here from Ottawa that a Can :
dian regiment will be sent to represent Canada at the King's coronation. They will be organized in
the same mannei as the regiment sent
to the Jubilee ceremony, but will be
considerably larger.
TENDERS.
Tenders will be received bv the
undersigned up to the 20th day of
August, ".'(il, for the purchase of the
stock in tiade of general merchandise, book debts, business and good
will of the late William Thomas
Beadles, of Salmo, and Erie, B. C,
storekeeper. The property consists of
a two-storey frame building at Erie,
with a stock of general merchandise,
and a stock of general merchandise at
Salmo,
Intending purchasers may bid for
the whole  or either of the stocks.
Stock lists nnd inventories can be
seen on application to James Banner-
man at Erie, B. C.
Dated this 18th day of July, 1901,
MACDONALD & JOHNSON,
Solicitors for   James   Lawrence,   Administrator of the estate of William
Thomas Head lea.
Certificates of Improvements
NOTICE.
Venus nnd Saturn Fraction Mineral
Claims, situnte in the Nelson Mining
Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located���On Morning Mountain.
TAKE NOTIOE that I, F. C. Green,
acting us agent for the Veuus Gold
Mining Company, Limited, Free Miner's Certificate No.B50, KB, intend sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder for Certificates of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above
claims
And further take notice that action,
under Bectlon i)7, must be commenced
before the issuance of Buch Certificates
of Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of .Inly, A. D.
1901. F. C. GREEN.
NOTICE.
"Kaffir" Mineral Claim, Bituate in
tho Goat River Mining Division of
West Kootenay District.
Where looated : On the Orow'B Nest
Pass Railway, ubout il miles north of
Creston.
Take urtice that I, J. D. Anderson,
P. L S., of Trail, B.C., agent for W
.1. Leilinghnm, Free Miner's Certificate
No. B. (1.1578, intend, sixty dt)ys> from
the date hereof, to apply to the dining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose ol obtaining a
Crown Grant of tho nbove claim.
And further tnko notice that action
under section _7, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 23rd day of July, A. D.
HiOl; .1. 1). ANDERSON.
NOTICE.
' 'Iron Silver and Silver Queen" Mineral Claim, situate in the Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenny Distrint.
Where looated : On Craig Mountain,
near Craigtown.
Take notico that I, ,T. D. Anderson,
P. L. 8., of Trail, B. O,, agent for
George Davis, Free Miner's Certificate
No. B88-.0, uud John H. Nolan, Free
Minei's Certificate No. BBOflll, intend,
Hixty dnys from the (lato hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for n Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of Ihe
above claim.
And further take notico that action,
under section 37, must he commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvenienes.
Dated this IHtli day of .Inly, A. D,
1801, J. 1). ANDERSON.
"Dardanelles"
The safest way to form an opinion of
"Dardanelles," an absolutely pure
Egyptian Cigarette, is to try o package.
Once tried, ^ always used. For sale
everywhere    16o. per package.
R. n. 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, Receptions, Banquets, etc. Regular
prices. All nre members of Local No ill, A. F. of M.
Musical Protective Association. Apply to J. B. POLLARD, at E. J. Robie'sTailor Shop, Baker Street.
__?���
S3:
&
l
4*
Zbc 1Ro\>al Bank of Canafca
Capital Authorized,
Incorporated 1869.
_M,IMM>,000.00 I   .nulla!   E'nlit-tip
Ke>l,
.     .    .  WS.OIMI.llilS.llll
���       .    WMIM1.IHMI.U.
Thomas Ritchie, Vlco-Prosldonl.
CxREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALA0E DINING AND 0BSEBVATI0N
0ARS;-MEA1,S a la 0AETE.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
aud at Bonner's Ferry witn Kootenay
Railway & Navigation Oo.
Direct connection at St. Paul without, change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:15 a-m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 8:00 p m.
West-hound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
I'ortland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains, connect at Duluth with
themagnilicentsteamships North.West
and North-Land of theNortlie.u Steam
ship Company Line, operated in con
nection with the Great Northern Rail
way.
For further information, maps, fold-
erij, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Ry., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Kootei ai Railway & Navigation
O , or to
H. A. JACKSON. ComT Agent.
Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TAOKABURY. Local Agent,
Nelson. R ��
Certificates of Improvements
NOTIOE.
Gold Standard Minernl Claim situato
in tho Nelsou Mining Division ot West
Kootenay District
Where located On Tond Mountain,
north east of Silver King Mine.
TAKE NOTIOE that 1, P. C. Green,
actingiib agent for A. It. Kelly, Free
Miner's Certificate No. 850151, intend
sixty days from the date hereof, to up
ply to the Mining Recorder for a Cer
tiilcate of Improvements, for the pur
pose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claim.
And further take nolico that action,
under seotion 37, must be commenced
before the issuance tof such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this2__li dny of .Inly, A. D.
1901. F. O. GREEN.
NOTICK.
"Dora" Mineral Olaim, sitnate in the
Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay Distriot.
Where located: 011 Craig Mountain, near
Craigtown.
Take notioe that 1, John D. Anderson, P. L. S��� of Trail, B. O, ugont for
Herbert Port.r, Free Miner's oer-
tilieato No. B 50180, intend (II) days
from tbe date hereof, to apply to tbe
Mining Recorder for a certificate of
imorovenients, for tho purpose of obtaining a Orown Grunt of tlie above
claim.
And further take notice thnt action,
nnder section 87 must bo commenoed
before tne Issuanoe of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated tbis 1st day of July A. D.,
1901.
1. D.  ANDKR80N.
NOTIOE.
"Warfare" Mineral Claim, Situate in
the Nelson Mining Division of Weat
Kootenuy Distriot.
Where looated : Ou Craig Mouutnin,
near Ornigtown.
Tnko notice that I, J. D. Auderson,
I.L.8., of Trail, B.C.. agent for Mrs.
Katharine Seed, Free Miners' Certifi-
No. MM.. 171, William Seed, Free Miners' Certificate No. B66.188, and Gideon
Mndore, Free Miners' Certificate Nn.
U5571, Intend, 00 days from
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Im-
provementB for tbe purpose of obtaining
a Orown Grant of tho above olaim.
And further tako notice tbat action,
nnder seotion 117, must bo commenced
before tbe iBsunnne of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 5th day of July, A. D.
1. D. ANDERSON.
Hoard of Dlr�� ~ir��     rhoman E. Kenny,  President;
���Wiley Smith  H. G. Bauld, lion. David MaoKeon.
Ilcail otilli'i', Halifax 1
Oeneral Manager, ~d���on L. 1'ennu, Montreal.
Superintendent of Brauoh-8, and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Halifax
���Iran    en t
'ova   gcotla���Halifax   Branch,   A_tlgoni��l-
Bridgewater, GuvHboru. Londonderry, l.u
culiui'K. Maitland (Hants Co.l, Pictou, Port
HawkeBbury, Sydney, Shubcnacadie.Truro,
Weymouth.
New    Brunswick ��� Hathurst.     llorohcrfter,
-Yedoricton, FtillEBton (Kent Co.), Mono-
ton, Nowcastlo, Sank ville, Bt, John,Woodstock*
P. E. Inland���Charlottetown, ~uuiinoi>'ide.
; elicc���Montreal. (City Oflloe). Montreal
West Knd (Cor. Notro Diuiie and SeiK-
neui'H Streets); Woatmount (Cor. Qreone
Avenue and 'SI. Catharinos Stroet,
Ontario���Ottawa.
Newfoundland���St. John _.
-ul,:,. Weill ln_U.S��� Havana.
tinned Stales���New York (1_ Kxchaiiee Plane
Republic Wash.
���BRANO J- S IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Kossland,     auconver,
Vanconver East End, Victoria.
CorrrHpondentN 1
Canada���Merchants Bonk of Canada.   Boston���National Shawmut, Bnnk.   Chicago��� llllnoln
Trust anil Savings Bank.   San PrmielMO���First National Bank.   Loudon,  Riifc.- Bank  ot
Scotland.   Turin, France-Credit LyoiinaiH.   Bermuda��� Bank of Bermuda.   China and Ju.
pan-Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Spokane���Old National Bank.
(leneral Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bough
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on .pedal
depooite and on Saving Bank accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
THE   PROSPECTORS'  EXCHANGE
NO. 4 K.-W.-G. BLOCK. NELSON, B. C,
', Gold, Silver-Lead  and  Copper Mines wanted at the EXCIIANGE.
, FREE   MILLINO   UOLD  properties  wanted at once for Eastern
��    investors.
Parties havinfr  mininp  property for  sale are  requested to Bend
samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.
We desire  to  hear from prospectors who have promising mineral
claims in Hritish Columbia.
Prospectors  and   mining   men   are requested   to malic  tho  EXCHANGE their headquarters when iu Nelson. ��
All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID. i
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to {
ANDREW   F.   ROSENBERGER. _
Telephone No. 104.   P. O. Box 700. NEbSON, B. 0.    I
,'VVVVVV%%V**AliVVVVVVV%V��*rt. VVWMtWIlVIAM'MMWKWVVt��
*U <%eriv AiM,4<A/ <fo tfUPu, A/ cuA/
rf /HmMaj,    diXL^Co-^J ftAS
BBJGHT AS
A MIRROR
Every housewife wIid
takes delight in a
spicli ami span ltitcb-
en will find what she
wants In our stooh of
HARDWARE,    AGATE
AND TINWARE
Tho shining quality
of tho surface Is in-
dicntlve of the superior merit of the
goods through nnd
through
M'LACHLAN BROS.
^iuaiuuuuiiiuaiitiiiiiiiiuii^itiiuiiiiutiiiimiiiitiaimiUK
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
Ema Mineral Claim, situate in the
Nelson Mining Diviuion of West Kootenuy District.
Whero Located:���Un North Fork of
Wild Horse Oreek, six mileH from N,
& V. S   Railway.
TAKE NOTICK tbat I, V. ~. Clements acting us agent for Win. Douglas, Krce Miners' Certificate No. II.
MJII77, intend sixty duyH from thc ilnle
hereof, to apply to the Mining Ue-
corder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Gronl of the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section :I7, must he commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements,
Dated this _7th day of Julv, A. D.,
I90t. V. S. CLEMENTS.
n   PURDY
Custom Hnnse Broker and Employment
Ollice. Telephone 44, P. O. Box BS.
Btanloy Btreet, Nelson, II. U
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
Gold Tip Mineral olaim, situate in
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay Distriot.
Where located���On Toud Mountain,
norlb ot Silver King mine.
TAKE NOTIOK that I, P. O. Green,
acting ns agent for A. II, Kelly, F.M 0.
H.-.(l.r>l and A. H. Buchanan, F. M. C
No. B50821, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining He-
conler for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purposo of obtaining a
Orown Grant ofthe above claim,
Ami further take notice that action,
under seotion !)7, must bo commenced
before the issuance ot such Oertlflonto
of lliipl'ov, oieiitH,
Dated this 20th duy of July, A. D.
1?M. P. 0. Green.
Minos Examined and Keportod On.
NATHAN  HAAS. E.M.
Mining Engineer.
Koom 4, K.-W. O. Illock,
Nelhon, E 0.

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