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Daily Edition No.  1149
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Tuesday,  September 24,  1901
Eleventh   Yea
WELCOMED BY
LUMBERMEN
The Duke and Duchess Shoot
the   Rapids  Below
Ottawa.
Then   Witness   the    Hardy-
Woodmen at Work
and "lay.
Ottawa, Sept. Sil.���The Duko anil
Dnchosfl of Cornwall spent today on
tbe Ottawa river and in the forest
lining its hanks and wero given n
complete exhibition of the. lumberman's life with all its native pic-
turesquoness.
Thoy shut the timber slides on a
raft, lunched in a lumberman's shanty
ami enjoyed a day's outing that was n
complete noveltv to thein. The Royal
party were brought in from Rideau
Hall nn a specially built electric car
and boarded the rafts at Regan street.
There were six rafts, eaoh manned by
half a dozen riverraen in rod shirts
and bine jeans, and from the oue
assigned to tho Duke and Duchess
Unwell iho Royal standard. Beside the
mouthers of the Royal party, ttie Gov*
ernor Genera] ami tlie Countess of
Minto, Premier Laurier and Lady
Laurier, the representatives of the
utnbermeu and the newspaper correspondents traveling with the Hoyal
party were the only ones lo make the
trip. The rafts wero floated downjtbe
stream and then in succession sent
whirling through the slides dropping
45 feel iu a quarter ox a mile,     l'.very
tion representing tun ladies oT (ittawa
called nt Rideau Ball and presented tho
Duchess with a mink cape. Lady
Laurier made the presentation and
the Duchess in reply expressed hor appreciation and thanks.
The reception given by the Duko
and Duchess of Cornwall in tho senate
chamber tonight was the most billiaii'.
social affair of the Canadian tour.
All the local troops wore massed in
Parliament square antl the entire
group of buildings was brilliantly
lighted, as were all of the street!) in
the centre of tho Capital. Thc
square and streets wero crowded with
people anxious for a glimpse at tho
guests. Tho senate chamber was
splendidly decorated. The Duko and
Duchess stood upon the Speaker's
throne, aril before thom stood the
members of tho former's staff in uniform and the local ollicers. Aides de
camp received the guests and escorted
them to the throne for presentation,
calling their names as they appealed
before the Royal couple. The lights,
the colors of the decoration,the gowns
of the ladies anil tho uniforms of the
ollicers made an attractive picture in
the stately chamber.
PREFONTAINE
INDIGNANT
lived in Trail since tliu town stflrted
and lias conei dor able real estate Interests .heie.
UIVES BEST RETURNS.
(SPECIAL TO TIIK MlMiit.)
Vane
r, Sept,   23.���The   Cariboo
TRIAL SCENES
AT BUFFALO "��,'
rapher, who presented views of the
I interior of the bull ling, The remainder of thu   afternoon   was   taken   up
the   test ny   ol tbree   plrnl-
olans, two of whom bad  attended the
Is He Jealous of Honors to 1 Hydraulic company sent gold of equal! Anarchist CzolgoszMaintains ii
j President
during
1 is last limn B, v\ hi le
i the other
hi form
it tbe autopsy.   Tbe
latter, Dr
liars,.
[1.   Uay lord,   w a a
Mayor  Howland of
Toronto.
. value lo Vancouver and to Now York
assay offices. It is claimed that the
Vancouver ollice shrinkage by treatment was nearly 1)1300 less than at the
New York olliee.
President Iveary of the   New   West*
A Former Rossland Man Dies mlnst0' <"��������>-'���*����������� ���* ""-"ring the y.
I M. C A. lacrosse team of this city
$1,000 to play threo macthos with the
I champions of Hritish Columbia at the
in Toronto.   General Ganadlan Happenings.
New Westminster fair.
A, will likely accept.
Tbo Y. M. U.
MAGNIER GETS SIX MONTHS.
In ii!
tiitge spaniur
the river  -was crowd
ed and the banks were lined with
people who cheered wildly as the
Royal couple floated quickly past ou
their exhilarating trip. Scores of
river craft of every kind waited below
the slides and there was a repetition
of tha cheering at that point. The
erihs were quickly collected and thc
passengers taksn oil' in birch bark
ca nous.
The whole flotilla then proceeded
down the river to Rockllffe Point. A
landing was made at. tho club liouse
of the Ottawa Canoe club, from the
verandah of whicli tho Duke and
Dnoll&ss witnessed the aquatic sports,
'i'lie lumberman lirst gave an exhibition of then* skill in handling lugs in
tho water ami (hen a serlesof log roll-
lug contests look plaee In which tho
loosing man was invariably ducked.
The tivm sports closed with an exciting race of war ;anoes. .Seven crows
completed and there were IB men in
each canoe. The pace was vory fast,
wiili a desperate spun at tim linisli.
The Grand Trunk Boating club, of
Montreal, won. 'The Bitannins, of
Ottawa, finished second and the Ot-
tawas, third, The Duke and Duchess
wi'if then escorted to Rockliffe park,
whore in the midst of a heavy growth
nf hemlock and spruce a model lumberman's shanty had beon thrown np.
Fifty nil sbirted woodsmen lined up
In receive thoin and they worn shown
at once to tim shanty. A great open
iii" burned in (lie middle of tho log
walled house and the sail ling cook announced that dinner was ready. lie
Offered steaming pork and beans and
other staples ol bush life nnd the
Duko anil Duchess sampled each. A
large tent, stood next to the shanty'
ami was stocked with the faro of civilization and here tlie entire party
lunched, After lunch the lumbermen
gave an exhibition of their woodwork,
They nttackod a great tree with their
axus, lolled il, sawed it into lengths
ami piled it on a sleigh. After that
thev danced on a rough platform to
the scraping of a violin in tho hands
of one of their number, and sang tho
songs of the old voyageurs.
Whon they linished they gathered
together and hero the Duko thanked
than, lie said-. ' "The Duchess and I
tliauk you very muoh. Wo havo scon
many Interesting things on our Way
round tbo world, but none more inter-
eating than this."
Wilhaiu Whisllee, tho French Canadian foreman of the camp, replied to
the Duke and his speech, stonigly
marked by the dialect of his race,
was highly amusing, tb dealt With
his own woes antl debts and the Duko
and Duchess who faced hiin could not
restrain their laughter.
Tho Hum* anil Duchess returned to
Rideau Hall on tho special electric
car.    Lulu iu the afternoon a  dclega-1
Tho Use of Drugs Pleaded  in Extenuation of tho O (fence.
Yesterday morning in chambers before Judge Forin, W. J. Magnier, on
tho aiivico of his counsel, S. S. Taylor, pleaded guilty to both charges of
which he was accused. Tho lirst was
for unlawfully keeping in nis possession (880, the property of the Seoond
Relief mine, and the second for unlawfully keeping 8.8 belonging tc J.
R, Unimex, remitted to him for tho
purpose of clearing goods through the
customs.
After tho prisoner had pleaded
guilty, Mr. Taylor stated tc tho court
that at the preliminary hearing it had
been brought out on the evidence of
Mr. Maugham accountant ot the lireat
Northern railway and Mr. Thomas,
manager of the lireat Northern Express,
respectively, that tho prisoner had
been in the employ of tho Great
Northern for over ten years, having
lbeen travelling freight agont and locnl
agent at Sioux Falls, Da. During the
entire period he had borne an excellent
reputation for honesty. For the last
month he has been suffering severely
from rheumatism, and under medical
advice had been using whiskey nnd
morphine to deaden tho pain and induce sleep. The liquor and dru�� hail
the effect of disordering his intellect
considerably, and while under the
influence of tbem ho had committed
thc crime, as was shown by his coming first to Nelson and then taking
train for Vancouver without any attempt at hiding, practically walking
Into the arms of the law. If it had
been a planned attempt he could by
crossing tho border at Waneta, probably have hidden and escaped. Tbo
prisoner also had with him a son of
tender years who was dependent on
him for support.
lutrthei' evidence as to the prisoner's
previous gootl character and as to his
not having given the police any
trouble whatever whilo under arrest
was given by Mr. W, II. linllock-
Webster.
The judge, taking Into consideration
the fa.it of the prisoner's having
pleaded guilty and the evidence of his
former good behavior, imposed sentences of six month's imprisonment
iu the jail at Nelson on each indictment, the sentunccs to run concurrently.
It is understood that Ins counsel
will make application for a liokot-Of*
leave for Magnier in view of the
special features of tho case.
DANGE3 IN TIIE MEUGANTHALl.R
Anaconda Ollice   Temporarily Put Out
of   Husi ness.
Butte, Mont., Sept, 2.1.���The gasoline lamp under ono of the linotype
machines in the Anaconda Standard
OHlce at Anaconda exploded at B.B0
o'clock this evening starling a Hie
that temporarily put tho plant ont of
service All of the machines wore
more or less damaged as much by
water as by lire. The press, however,
escaped Injury, Tho lire got into tho
double roof of the Standard building
where it did considerable damage to
tin structure. Tho total loss is not
heavy. Thu editorial and mechanical
staffs havo been moved to Butte antl
will iBsuo tho Standard tomorrow
morning and perhaps for several days
from tho Iuter-Mouutaiu olli-ie.
Montreal, Sept. 23.���Mayor Prefon-
tainc is very indignant over the cancellation of the civic reception to bu
hold by the Duke and Duchess of]
Cornwall,. He declares that other
reasons besides the death of President
McKinley were behind the eaneellt*.-
iton bnt refuses lu discuss them.
Toronto, Sept 23.-���J, .1. Franklin,
formerly general manager ol the Montreal Street railway died here today in
SU. Michaels hospital.
(Mr. Franklin -was Ihe. first secre-
tniy of the Rossland Hoard of Trade
and was quite a prominent resident
of the Golden City in lS'.ni.)
SCHLEY   INQUIRY
His Navigator and Engineer
Testified Before the Gourt
Yesterday,
Sullen Silence Throughout Proceedings.
Small Time Lost In Preliminaries and Important Medical Evidence Given.
PTE. MANN STILL LIVES.
Toronto, Sept 23 ���Henry Maun
went out to Soutli Aftiea with linden
Powoll'a constabulary. In ,luly last
his family received notice of his
death from enteric fever. Today a
letter came from him saying that he
had been ill for three months but iu
now convalescent.
GOES TO (THA.
Montreal, Sept. 23.���Thomas Johnson, accountant of the passenger department of the C. P. II. has been
selected by Sii Win. Van Hi,mo as
aooountaat'at the Cuba Railway company. He will leave for Havana nil
Wednesday.
Heilner's Admission Regard
ing Naval Deparment
Ghart..
A LAKE BARGE LOST.
Owen Sound, Sept. ?3.���The steamer
II. II. Dixon I rings news of the loss
of the steam barge Uity nl Cleveland,
in route with iron ore. The crew
escaped in boats to the lucks and weie
rescued in the nick of tiinn by the
Dixon.
ACROBAT'S SODDED END.
St. Ilyacinihe, Supt. 33,���Alp'uonse
Roymond, while performing on a
trapeze at La Framboise park on Sunday, before 70(1 people, fell tu the
ground breaking his neck. Thu rope
holing tlie trapeze broke.
REWARD FOR VICTORY,
Toronto, Sept. 23 ���Tho city couneil
today decided to present Lieutenant
Cockburn with a sword of honor
which the Duko will he asked to piesent when ho pins the Victoiia Gross
on the lieutenants coat.
A THOROI-D FARMER KILLED.
Thorold, Sept. 23.���Atkinson S|.oph*
enson,
today.
wealthy
His bora;
threw him oil'   a
passed over him.
farniei was killed
, took fright and
land   roller  which
KILLED HY THE TKAIN.
Pembroke,       Sept.        23.���Thomas
Turcotl, of Black Kay,   was struck by
the   Imperial    Limited whilo driving
home and instantly killed.
IRANT VERY LOW.
Sept       23.���Principal
PRINC1PAI
Kingston,
Grant's  condition   showed
pro veinon t   toduy   though
from being out of danger.
fa
SAUNIA ELEVATOR HORNED.
Sarnia, Sept. 33.- -Tim Grand Trunk
elevator hero was
ing.
burned this   liitirn-
A BERIOOS CHARGE.
E.  II.
Lewis of Trail Accused of Rifling the Mails.
E. n. Lewis, of the firm of Lewis
llros., Trail and Revelstoke, and postmaster al Trail, was arrested on Sunday night at Revelstoke charged witli
tho theft uf If745 from a registered letter. Thu charge was laid by PoBtofllae
Inspector Greenfields. Yesterday Constable Utter, of Revelstoke, left with
the prisoner in oharge for Kossland,
where like trial will lake plaee.     Pro-
Washington, Sept. 'Jl!.���The part
played bv the battleship Texas in tlie
naval battle of Santiago on July 31st,
IS'.is, was tlie basis of the greater part
of today's proceedings iu the Schley
Na-.al court of inquiry. Of the four
witnesses examined during the day,
three had been officers on board the
Texsa, dining tho battle, and two of
thoin were new witnesses. These wore
Commander I). C. Hellner, who was
navigator on the Texas and Commander Alex. Hates, who was the chief
engineer of that battleship.
1'ho testimony sc . ral times during
t'.o .lay was somewhat exciting, especially so when Commander Ilcilner
described the battle aud the part the
Texas had tauon in it. Besides that
wlien tho Brooklyn mado its loop al
the beginning of tlie battle, it passed
across tho Texas bow at a distance not
lo exceed ono hundred to ono hundred
and fifty yards and that at the command ul'dpi. Philips, the Texas had
been brought to a dead stop. Engi
wvr Kates testified that tho starboard
engines had been stopped and said be
thought, this also happened to the
port engines. Commander Ilcilner
expressed the opinion that three miles
had been lost by this move and tho
fact Unit part of tlie machinery whs
deranged. Ilo said he considered tbat
the Texas was in gieator danger when
the Brooklyn crossed ber bews than
at any other lime during tbe battle.
(In cross examination Commander
Ilcilner admitted having taken part
in lite preparation of tho official Navy
Department chart showing the positions at different times cf tbo ships
which had participated iu the battle.
He said that according to bis chart the
two ships never were nearer than liuu
yards of each other, but ho contended
Iho chart was inaccurate and ho said
he had only consented to it as a compromise. Engineer Hates admitted
that tho official steam log of Hie Texas
contained no record of the signal to
revel-si! the engines. Commander
Schroeder testified concerning the coal
supply of the Maassaachusetts which
ho saitl would havu beon sufficient for
a blockade of trom 10 to 80 days.
The day closed with anothoi animated controversy between counsel as
to the policy of bringing Admiral
Sampson's name into the trial.
NORTH FORK COAL   FIEDLS.
Thoy   ai".i  lo   Ko Examined by a Government Expert.
isi*i:i 111, TU  11110 MIHF.n.)
Orand Forks, Sept. ���.'3. ���During the
week ended Saturday tbo Granby
smelter treated 1.7s:, tons of ore: total
tonnage treated lo date 210,510.
S. II. C. Minor aud Jay 1'. Graves
leavo this week for Phoenix for the
purposo of inspecingtho Granby group
of mint's,
.lames Mackinnoti, acting general
manager of the Eastern Township's
bank, has arrived hero trom Sher-
Uiooke, on a brief visit.
In Saturday night's  boxing contest
between Dal Hawkins and  Coolgdarie
[Smith (or a bet of 8500  n  side, Smith
was awarded the decision   on   account
Buffalo, Sept. 23.���Leon P. Czolgosz
was placed on tiial this rooming
charged with the murdei of Wm. MoKinloy. He entered a plea of guilty,
which was subsequently changed to
not guilty by direction of the court.
The court couvened at 10 o'clook and
within two hours eight jurors had
been secured. Technicalities were
not raised by the examining counsel
but it was significant that evory man
who said he bad formed an opinion
on the case was excused by the district attorney. Thoso who acknowledged tbat they had formed an
opinion or stated -hat they were prejudiced, but admitted that their
opinion could bo changed by evidence
were acoepted by each side. Justice
Trueman C. White, oue of the oldest
and most experienced of the supreme
court judges, was on the bench. Immediately after the opening of tho
court and after tbo prisoner had
pleaded, Justices Loron L. Lewis,
senior counsel tor tho defense, announced that, be and his colleagues,
former Justices Robert C. Titus and
Carleton E. Ladd, wero ready to act
in behalf of the prisoner. "1 thought
it best," he said, "for my colleague
and myself, that 1 should say something regarding our presence bore, as
attorneys for the defendant. At the
time my name was suggested I was
out of the city and knew nothing of
what was transpiring hero with reference to tlie selection of counsel for the
defendant. When the circumstances
of my selection wero told to me, I was
extremely reluctant to accept. Hut the
duty had beon imposed and I considered it my duty in the light of all the
circumstances to defend this man. I
ask that no evidence be presented here,
that the court will uot permit tho
acceptance of any evidence, unless it
would be accepted at the trial of the
most meagre criminal in thc land."
"I am familiar with these circumstances," said Justice White in reply,
"and I wish to say I will give you
every assuianee that the prisonei will
bavo a fair and impartial trial and
that during the progress of tho trial
he will receive such treatment an the
law demands in any criminal case.''
The work of securing the jury was I
tben undertaken wit'* �� celerity that
was amazing. Before tlie day was
over the entire panel had been sworn,
the jurors had listened toa description
of tho Temple of Music wl ere the
crimo occurred ; had seen photographs
of the inteiior of that structure and
had beon told by three surgeons wbat
had caused tbe death of the president
and tho effect of the assassin's shot
upon the various organs of the body.
Thoy had nlso learned why the fatal
bullet had not been located.
The presentation of the government's
case began shortly before 3 o'eook
when Assistant District Attorney Miller began with much deliberation tn
addross the jury. lie spoke very
brieily. " We shall show, " said he,
"that for some days prior to the
shooting this dofndant had premeditated the shooting of tho president,
Ilo knew that on September (ith the
president would receive the peoplo iu
the Temple of Music; that on that
day he went to the exposition, got into
line with the people and approached
the president, that he had a weapon
oonooaled in his hand and as the president extended his hand in kindly
greeting, ho Bred the fatal shot. He
lircd two shots, in fact. One of them
took effect in the abdomen and caused
the mortal wound whicli caused tho
president's death. That, in brief, Ib
the story we shall show you. Witnesses will tell you this story nnd 1
am sure that when you havo beard the
evidence you will have no diflieulty in
reaching a verdict of murder in tho
flrBt degree."
The first witness,  Samuel J. Fields,
the first of tlie tbree tu be called, lie
[described the location of (he wonnda
iii.tiie stomach ami Hie direction of
the bulie. The cause of death ; was
attributed to the gunshot wound but
fundamentally, he said, it was due to
tho changes back of the stomach, in
the pancreas, caused by the "breaking down" of the material uf the
pancreas as a result uf the passage of
Hie bullet. Di. Herman Myntei followed and his testimony was of importance. Inasmuch ns it brought out
the fact that the reason why the fatal
bullet had nut been located at the
autopsy,was because of the unwillingness of tlio president's relatives to
have the body further mutilated by
theii instruments. Dr. Mynter and
Dr Mann, who followed, both testified that the primary cause of death
was lhe gunshot wound in the
stomach. Due effect of this wound
was, they said, to cause the gangrene
to form in the pancreas, and tne spot
of poisoned tissue was as largo as a
silver dollar.
The prisoner. CzolgOBZ, timing the
morning, evidenced no interest what-
evei in the proceedings, but as lhe
testimony was introduced he paid
moro attention to what was being
said, and looked at the various witnesses closely.
Tho probable duration of the trial,
it is believed, can be placed at two
full days. When District Attorney
Penney was asked by Jnstieo White at
noon as to the timo he would tako in
the presentation of his case, he declined that he would conclude by
Tuesday noon. ,lud_*c Titus for the
defense, was non-committal, however,
antl merely replied, ''That depends
upon the turn things take." It is not
probable that auj defense wilt be put
in, owing to the character of the pris
oner and his refusal to help his attorneys in any way to procure evidence **vliicli they conld uso in his
favor. Tlie idea nf au attempt to
enter thu question of his sanity is not
thought uf. In view of the reports of
the two alienists who have rocontly examined him and thotc is ground for
belief that the trial will bo concluded
witli a session of hut one day inure.
BROWN PREPARES To STEP OUT.
i'aylo
id (in
TEERIBLE DEATH
OF A HUNTSMAN
D in Rice frightfully Lacerated by a Bear on Mil-
ford Greek.
Tiken by Surprise. Ho Had
Evidently no Chance In
the Struggle.
���lot   an   alleged    foul   in     tho   fourth
vinciul   Constable Young,   of NoIhou,  , round
went over to   Rossland   yesterday   to ,eroW
u Say the Government
is Doomed,
(SPECIAL TO Till') .-aiM.lt.)
Victoria, Sopt.23.���Provincial Secretary Brown wiil likely resign in a
day nr two lie said this morning
that Im was simply remaining tu wind
up a number uf matters which he had
in hand. De might, of course, properly remain two or three weeks but
tie did nut consider it desirable  tu do
so.
Thomas Taylor and 1!. F. Green,
who are in Hie eity, state Hint tbe
feeling uf indignation against the
Govreninent is mure Intense in the in-
tcrioi than un tin* .oasl and Hint so
far as tbeir constituents are concerned
the Government is doomed.
The sealing schooner City of San
Diego rcturnod this afternoon from
the sealing grounds olf the Japanese
coast and Copper Islands, Hbo took in
all 1,nllll sains. The Behring Sea II ol
will in t be borne fur another month.
At last reports they wore not doing
very well
Crooks ami Roger*, the Zioli*
[tea committed fur trial on the
two ohargea uf manslaughter, today
elected to he 11 ied hefum a judge
without a jury. Rogers wi'l be tried
on Wednoesday nf this week aud
HroohB nut until November 4th. The
orown is naing every endeavor to secure �� conviction as there have been
several deaths from infectious diseases
among those who belong to the faith
in this city.
An Ottawa special nays that Thanksgiving Day has been changed fiom
October Hist to November 28th.
Orders have been received here from
iho war ollico that the detachment of
Royal Ilorso artillery which arrived
from China a few days ago and which
was to leave on September 2Sth en
ronto for Montieal and homo, Is to remain here to take part in the reception to the Duke of York.
chief  engineer  of  the Pan-American
The affair   attraoted a   large'exposition, described the ground lloor
Greenwood    and     l'hoenix ! plan of the Temple of Musio   and was
look ;,ftor the prosecution.    Lewis has'sports lost heavily. I followed by Percy A. lUiss,   a photog*
Old James Cranley, an old   timer of
Nelson  ami   the Kootenays, who v��ai
taken from Nelson to   tlio Oid   Men's
Borne at  Kamloops last   spring,   died I number of years in the mountain,
there last week. I tho Kootenays.
On Wednesday last Dan Rice, u
prospector and hunter, and (ius
Alauis, of thu Adams house, Kaslo,
left that city on a hunting trip. Rico
whs armed with a Winchester inaga-
ziuc rillo, and Adams with a shot
gun. They rowed up tho lake as far
us the mouth of Milford croea, where
they landed and travelled on foot to a
cabin which is about five miles from
the laku. At the cabin they separated,
Adams going up the valley in search
of grouse, whilo Rice beaded over tha
ridge, hoping to find a bear. Tbey
ananged to meet at tbo cabiu at
night, and at the appointed time
Adams returned, but could see no
signs of the other, lie lirod tho shotgun off a couple of times, anil
shouted, but received no answer.
Thinking lhat Rice had been delayed
ho piled up a nuge bonfire, which be
kept up for several hours tu guide '
tho oilier to tho camp. He at last
turned in, concluding lhat Hico must
have made camp some distance away.
In tho morning there was still no
s-i'^ns of tho missing man, ami becoming alarmed, Adams followed the
lotite that the other had spoken of and
walked all day. firing the gun at Internals at lirst Out later beioming convinced that something had happened
to tho missing man, settled down to a,
systematic searoh of the ground for
n.nothing that would oxpaln tho
mvstcry. When night came he ifl-
tr.rned to the ca' in. Saturday niorn-
n g he continued tire search, but'in
tbe afternoon i ���turned to Kaslo for
assistance. A party composed of Dan
MoPhail, Henry Cody and Olo Ander-'
sen rowed back with him to Milford
creek, and by the light of lanterns
made theii way up to tbo cabin,
where thev oamped over night, lu
tl.e morning at laybreak they woro
ji ined by anotln .* party who had loft
K islo at 2 o'clock composed of seven
n ore men.
Tbe ten men    then   separated   each
ti king a dill'ert   t lure, and the iiiuun-
in side where   li3e said he was   go-
g was   gone i   er nil  day long,   but
ill no trace ~    , found.    Next moru-
g, however,       ion   the   search   was
newed, about    I o'clock one of them
ddenly came     pon   the   remains   of
,or Rice.     H'i    n the signs present it
emed   as it l.i  e had   been   walking
ong   a   fallen   tree,   through   thick
is.ies, wliich h d evidently ooncealed
i hear which bt  I struck   hiin   ou   tho
i. ick as he passt d, breaking his back.
Ii had   then toi (1   his face completely
u:T,   broken   both   arms,   and   bitten
t irough one shouldei.     Hi*,   rille lay
I -side   him   untouched,    loaded   and
���.' ith the magazine full.     The trigger
-vus not encked   showing that lie must
have   been   taken   completely by surprise,   although   a lirst clus", experienced hunter.
The rescuing party wns called together and on a rough stretcher, Hindu
with two poles and Home rope, tho
body was carried to tho lake through
tiie    rough    and   trackless country
through whiih Milford creek Hows.
So rough was iho way that for a con-
ilderable distance the narty bad lo
wade along tbo bed of the creek to
make any progress with their burden.
When the lake was reached it was
found that a heavy sea was running.
Gieat difficulty was experienced in
launching thu boat, and in making
any headway, but after a couple of
miles of water had been covered,
tho tug Red Star, in which Capt. Con-
ivay had staited out with another
party of searcheerB from Kaslo, was
met, which took the boats in tow and
��� itiii'kly brought them to Kaslo, where
lhe funoial will be hold.
Nothing is known as to where
Rice's relatives, if be had any, reside, although personally he was well
known aiound Kaslo. Ho was about
thirty years of   age and   bad spont *
til NfcLsuf.  Daily Miner,  f VB&day.  JJkptembek 24, 19c*!
Tfi8 Neto"
Mithei!   Kver
JwT'     __.   *va*s then formed and   moved   through
JXLlUux   the  principal   stieets and it waa here
I that the *:j< ifi 111 ii j-   enthusiasm   reached
.,    .      its fullest height.    It was a spontanc-
Morning  Except   Monday '
I oiib   oulhurst   ol   pupulai   enthnsiasui
SUBSCRIPTION ltATESi (the like of which has propably   never
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Daily, p.'r year forolgu.
WEEKLY MlNKR
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ntnil I'll*.- Agency, Ltd., special Aucnls
v .       IcrS Co.,621 -tr ; "kvonno, Sp ikano
v, . .... ihiH paper on Mo, and arc our
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script luii-.
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DISPLAYS OP LOYALTY.
Royal Highnesses, the Duke
ami Duchess of Cornwall and York,
are being accorded magniflent welcomes at the cities which thev have so
far visited. Ths warmth of the welcome is not shown su much In the
formal functions held in their honor,
a.*, in tbe spontaneous enthusiasm
sliown by the people who gather alung
tbe streets ami cheer the distinguished guests as they are driven under
arches and along routes whicli have
been gaily decorated in their honor.
There is no mistaking the fact that
the people feel honored by tbe visit
���.*'- of ths heir aparen'- and his consort
.jiml are determined to show that
*���  :    feeling.
-  Take the welcome that was acconlod
tlie Duke and Duchess at  Montreal hb
an example.      Krom Quebeo   to   Montreal     was     n   continual    triumphal
journey   ihe   train   hurrying   swiftly
by gall] decorated   stations and gathering of   people   chirring   at   almost
ert'i'V country crossing,       On arriving
lit   Montreal   every  possible   standing
place was ocoupied   by citizens, thoir
.   '   wives, daughters and   son-.      it   was
���   there that Mayor Prcfontaine read his
' ,t    -aii'ir* -1       "" Icomo.
���    In this   he   welcomed   their   Royal
���' -.   Higln a   to   the   city on behalf  of
the   mayor,    the council  and tne citizens ���     ���'���  ntreal with a full appreala-
',*���    turn of the gracionnes?   of   the   visit.
,   Twice already, ho   snid, it   had   been
his     privilege      to     welcome    the
Duke v, 11 n he was an active officer of
ths North American and   West Indian
squadron       The mayor then told now
the Prince,   the   Duke's   father,   had
visited Montreal in 18G0,   on the occasion ol the   opening   of   the   Victoria
bridge, n   I tbat time had  but further
developed the passionate loj alty which
was so conspinnously upon tbe occasion
of that ever memorable   visit.     Then
' .'     he told how in Montreal, tho commercial metropolis of Canada,   two   gieat
races mingle to form one   happy, har-
mouious,   community.     In    glowing
language he   told   bow   the   English
- speaking   and   the   French    speaking
.   - Canadians had shed their blood on the
'    thirsty veldts of South Africa   in   de*
-*' iensr of the oruphe   and that actuated
-by-a devoted affection   for   our   King
r  . und a common   country he begged His
��� Soyal Highnesses to assure   His   Ma*
-_   jesty of the devotion of the peoplo of
Montreal.     In   ooucluson the  Mayor
I       expressed   regifit   for the death of tbe
; much beloved Queen Victoria.
The Duke mado   lifting and   feeling
������"reply   in   which   he said that the ad-
dness hart touched the hearts   of  him*
, ,    self and the Duchess.    He   deeply np-
. _   preciated   the expression of royal   de-
'- votion to the throne and tbe person of
, ^his.dear father, the King, The allusion to the visit of his father recalled
wunls uttered by his grandfather in
���speaking of the simultaneous visit of
tin* l'rince of Wales in Canada, when
he was about to open the celebrated
Victoria bridge, and of Prince Alfred
at 1 apetown, to lay the foundation ol
the breakwater in Table Hay, when
the Priiic Consort said : "What Vast
consideration   as   regards   our    own
'* country are brought to our mind by
tbis simple fact;  what present greet-
- ness; whal past history; what future
hopes and how Important   and   benifl-
. oent is the part given to ihe Royal
family   of   Englann   to act in the de*
. velopment of tbe distant ami rising
countries, who recognize in the British crown ami their allegiance to it
their supreme bond of union with   the
��� .Mother Country aud with each oilier. "
Continuing the Duke   said   he   was
grltiflod   to  hear, in the  commermal
. metropolis of Canada, that two great
races formed one happy'and united
community nnd that they joyously
accepted the obligation of proud mem
bership in the British empire. Notable proof of ths had been shown in
South Africa and elsewhere. The
sympathetic allusion to the late beloved Queen, he said, vere in harmony
with the sounds oi gi nuino mourning
.which he and thi    Duchess had   heard
-��� in their jouini ��� throughout the em-
pire. lin- heart he declured was
always drawn t< nril u ida, which
"*������'"   '���   ' '        ih thc lives of sev
eral of the   membi rs   of   her   family
and with hi    ' n
660 I before been witnessed ill Montreal
Tho reception.-, whicli are to follow
at Toronto. Winnipeg, Vancouver,
Victoria and elsewhere will be
replicas of the the ovations at Montreal and Quebec, It will he the most
memorable visit and transcontinental
trip ever made in Canada. There aie
only two other personages in tho
world who could excite the enthusiastic loyalty of the people of Canada to
greater heights by a visit and they
are King Edward and QuoOU Alexandra. The spoutauicty, the uanith,
and the deep devotion shown for the
Duke and Duchess reveals tbe great
depth of the loyalty which the peoplo
of Canada have for their rulers and
how strongly they revetc the empire
and its institutions. It Is a great
object lesson and must show those few
people in the United Mutes, who havo
been pi a. ting about tho annexation of
Canada to tbe United state.-,, that
mere is no sentiment that is worthy
of tho slightest consideration favorable to such a measure in tbe big
Dominion of Canada. The receptions also reveal how strong the imperial feeling is, as it has grown to
such strength that It is a part of tlie
very h'brc of tho people. Their Royal
Hi trim esses when tbey return to Greut
Britian can inform the King that he
has no more loyal subjects iu all the
vast empire than the people of the
Dominion of Canada.
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COMPANY.
1NCORPORHTED    1670,
A GLARING MISSTATEMENT,
Tlie London Times is usually well
informed, bnt occasionally it makes
glaring mistakes whon speaking of
Canada. The Colonial editor in a
recent issue of the 'limes explained to
the Hritish public that thc reason why
Hritish Immigrants go to the United
states rather than to Canada is
because tho temperate zone is
beEt suited to British subjects. By
inference at least the Times solemnly
tells the British people that Canada is
in the frigid zone and i=, therefore,
too cold to make a suitable home for
tes emigrating from Great Britain,
This is an unwarranted display Of
ignorance. London is about in the
same latitude as the southern part of
Hudson's Hay, and UU per cent of the
people of Canada live considerably
south ot England. Newfoundland,
oven, lies further to the south than
thc Unitod Kingdom One has to go
to the Yukon to liud any settled portion of the Dominion further north
than Scotland. It does seiiui as though
the Tlioudorer should be inoio careful
of its statements, as such an article
as this and such poems as ''Our Lady
of tho Snows,'' by Kipling, aro calculated to keep the Hritish people from
coming 10 Canada, A country where
grapes, watermelons and all of the
smaller fruits grow to perfection.
which grows wheat that commands
the best piicu on account of its
supeiior quaiity, that has many
square miles that are the garden spots
of   the   continent,    should not lie
down as being m tlie frigid zone.
set
EDITOKIAL NOTES.
Tin* Cranbrook Herald recently
primed ai interesting item about Mr
liuiirgo Goldie, or the government
olliee nt Kurt Steele, who lecontly
paid Cranbrook a visit. It stated that
Mr. liiililie saw for thc first lime in II
years, an electiic light, a railway
track antl passenger train. It was II
years since lie lirst went to East
Kootenays and then ho looated at Windermere as mining lecorder. A year
since lie was transferred to the government offioo at I'urt Stoole, Dm ing
that time the only llluminants ho had
used were coal oil and candles and he
had not seen a railway nr a passengor
train. lie gazed, therefore, at the
electric lights wiih considerable cuti-
nii-ity ami was almost awed when the
passenger tram came rapidly Into tin
Cranbrook depot.
Tie London Outlook, discussing the
retirement of Lord Salisbury, says:
" When that day does come out national life will have lost, it, greatest
llgure for there Is no oilier mini who
stands upon tho same plane His
authority is personal, that of others
rises from the [lower of tho ollicial
position they occupy. When bespeaks,
Europe has accustomed itself to listen.
There aro others who provoke resentment 01 excite criticism, but Lord
Salisbury always receives tho rare,
compliment of attention, 'Though
above all things practical in action,
he has shown himself tlie most
ihouglibtfiil uf all English Foreign
.Ministers, by uo moans tho greatest,
but the most philosophical In Ins exposition uf international affairs,
There has been nothing swift.splendid
nr sustained about his policy (he
laughed once ut the   'empty   rhetoric'
We offer many lines of
Ladies' Wear,    Boots and Shoes,
Gents' Furnishings
At Greatly  Reduced Prices
We wish to clear out our present slock
as much as possible before our new
goods arrive.
rr
foA   West Kootenay Butcher Co.
IC
ALL   KINDS  OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Watch Our Window Display and Note the
Terms on the Goods.
TELEPHONE    NO.    13.
Hudson's Bay Company.
"Hbe 'i-oral Kan It of Canaba"
faplliil   An.liorUrd,
Incorporated -'._>��>-
,    93.000,000.001  -Triii.tilJ Pald*np,     i    .    *      #2,000,000.08
Kent, --il,���..;.>,.;.r.t.-W
Board <>r Director.,     rhoipaa E. Komiy,  President;  Thomas KiLohio, Vloe-PcoBldout
Wiley Smith. H. G, Bauld, Hon. David MaoKoon.
Ileu.l Office* Halifax!
General Manager, Edbon ___. Peaae. Montreal.
Bttperintendon. of Branches, find Secretary, w. B. Torrance, Haltta..,
liruii    es I
'ova   Bcotla���Halifax   Branohj  Antlgoui"**"
Brldgewator. Guvsboro. Londonderry, hit
en burg, Maluana (Hants Co.), Pictou, I'ori
Hawkosbnry. Sydney, Shubenaoat_ie,Truro,
Weymouth.
Men'    Brunswick ��� Bathurst,     Dorchester,
Fr(.(U.nci.on, Kingston (B_o.it Co.), Mono-
ton, Newcastle*, Backvillo, St, Johu,Woodstock'
i\ v.* IsIitml-MDharlottetown, Hummerslde,
t-flljce���Montreal,  (Oity   Ofiice),  Montreal
West End (Cor. Notre   Dame and Seigneurs Stroot1-); Westmount (Cor. Greeni
Avenue and Ht, Catharine;. Street,
Onturlo���Ottawa,
NewfiraritUund���St. John's.
Culm. West Indies���Havana.
United States���New Vork (10 JtCxohango Plaos
Republic, Wash.
BRANOHIIS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Sraad   Furfes, Nanaimo,  Nelson,   Rossland,   Vancouver,
Vancouver East KM, Victoria,
Correspondents.
ninadn-MerchitnlA Hank of Canada.   Boston-National Shawmut Bank.   -Iiir.niw-lllinoi*
Trust and Savings Hank.  San Frnnel-co���First National Bank.  f.'iiKitm, Ene.-Bank  of
Scotland,  Purls, France���Orodit Lvonnals,   Bermuda��� Bank of Bermuda,  riiii.it nnil Ju
pan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Spokane-Old National Bank.
(ieneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   l-ougli
and Sold, !_-4ters of  Croiii, Etc., Negotiated.
/Vccounts received on the most favorable terms,   Interest allowed on .vpecia)
deposits antl on Suvi**.**' Bunk acoounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.O.
Tht
PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE
NO.  4 K.-W.-C. DLOCK, NELSON, B. 0,
Silver-Lead  uml Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE,
SOLD  properties  wanted ut ouee for Eastern
Gold,
PKBE   MILLINO
investors.
Parties  having;   miniiij,'   property for  sale are  requested to send
samples of their ore to the BSOHAHGE for exiiihition. ^
We  desire  to hear from prospectors who have promising mineral   **'
claims in liritisli Columbia,
Prospectors  and  mining   iron   are  requested  to make  the  EX-
>     CHANGE their headquarters when in Nelson.
l All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID,
�� Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
| ANDREW   F.   ROSENBERGER.
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Special Features of the
Florence   Hot   Blast
Our New Idea Dedector Fire Pot greatly increases the heating capacity ol the stove, unci in connection with the deflector ring forces the
heat to the lloor. Thc base is hot, lhe lloor being warmer than w'th a
base burner.
The Hoi Blast Attachment lakes in the cokl air through a duct at the
rear of the fire pot, the healed air being discharged in a circle at the top
of lire pol, over fire, thus consuming all the gases and products of combustion. It can'be operated in connection with the frdnt draft door, or
independently, by a screw register in the rear of base, insuring complete
control of lhe strve with nearly perfect combustion.
The larj^e Hot Air Circulating Flue on the hack takes lhe cold air from
the lloor and ejects it, intensely heated, through the top ad. ing greatly
to the heating capacity.
Where ihe stove is operated according to directions wc guarantee it to
consume all the gas contained in soft coal, thus deriving the benefit of
ail the heat in thu fuel consumed, causing a truly remarkable saving of
fuel ovei any other stove on the market. The stove will hold lire from
j.I to 48 hours without attention.
1'LACHLAN BROS.
*jf sifrH/ Ain4^y <rt> //uvi/ fi/ ctcfi/
rf- /^UiMaj,    di/i&l,irjAj  fC*\y
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Come and See Our
New Arrival of
Beautiful Framed
Art Productions.
Call Early.  They are
Selling Fast.
iiii 11 ���1 wwm 1 11 Mil 111     1 _���~w
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
Fisn and Poultry in Season
_=.   C.   TRAVES.   Manauer.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nelson.
Orders by m->!l receive careftd and prompt attention
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
MEAD OFFICE NEL50N, M. C*
���_"Z- ********-^3**>
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Th_r_~_t Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orderi by mail to nnv branch will have careful 8<��4 nr<*n-,ot nttention.
MB
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumbar,
Shingles,
Mouldings, Sash Doors-
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT HAY. Yards, NELBON
undLAULO.
HEAD OFFICE;   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD,
Tlie DAILY MINER
WILL I!E DELIVERED TO
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning Immediately
on arrival of steamer, ai the
rato of   ...   .    ,   .   .   ,
75 Gents per Month
Subscriptions tn ho left
.villi Lhe agent,
D.   J.
_t<_^.a~-^.��**~^8~.tt_*&~e��>^te"��i'8Mi^*CH.^
The Canadian Bank of Commerce I
With Which is ,*.malgamated 1
The Bank of_Brit.sii Columbia. ��
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO. |
Paid-up  Capital,   88,000,000*   ReBervo   Fund,   S3,11011,000; f
Aggregate Resources Over 805,000,000. a
HON, GKO. A. COX, President.     15. JO. WALKER, Oeneral Managor,   |
London oflice: to Lombard Street, n. C
New Vork Office; if,  ESxcimnije piu.ee. v
And US bruiicho-i in Canada uml the tiniloit HUU.ii*', Inducting!
UHITISII COLUMBIA ��
A'rr,i*. Grr-Mwood Nhlsok Sandon
Cranbrook       Kamloops Nkw V. estminstbr  Vancouvkr O
Kkknib Nanaimo Kossland Viotoria I
YUKON DISTRIOT���Dawson and Whitk Hiiusk.    , $
U,','n',oi) STATI11S���Nbw York, SanKranoisoo, Sbattlb, Portland, Skaoway,  2
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Booclvod and Interest Allowotl.  Present Hate ���! Per Cent
Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager,
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 comj-ietc stock
is carried  by the
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always ow
hand.
Kates to all railway and
lake points
W. P. TIERNEY,
General Agent,
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors west
C.P.R   offices.
f. 0. T. CO.
Reduction in  service,   1,
Sunday   ^ijili  instant,
service before   i i   a. m
7.40 p. m.   2o minutes
11 mi; 1,1 it it;,
Clouitsl,,,- u
7,00 a, in.
7 40
8,20
y.oo
9.40
10.20
11.00
11.20
Every 20  minutes  betw
hour,  20 past and
liO**lli,tl>.V-l
7.20 p. m
7.40
8.20
8.40
9.20
10.00
10.40 last car.
iking place
40   minute
,   and   after
between.
Stanley Bt.
7.20 a. m.
8.00 j
8.40
9.20
10.00
10.40
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20 to.
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7,20 p. in.
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HEADQUARTERS I'"01<
IRON AND BRASS BEDS
We have the Largest and  Finest
Assortment in thc city.
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PATENTS, TRADE MARKS ami OOII'IUGIITS
obtained in all countries
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B.N A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, Ii C.
Write for full particulars.
of ClninDing's iiiuht famous phrase; Imt
I for dlspnaslonnte wisdom, for the
. M ""' ''"'"'��� " ' " n'l Irem the patient handlisgof dlflleult problems, I
medals were presented to iho member, for liis constant pursuit of pacific
of tht* Canadian 1 mtingunts for sor- settlemens, his record will uliinil very
TJ..3 in    .ail, Africa und a procesHon'high,"
SILVEK KliNU MIK10
Will pay ilm hi���ln'nt oash prion fur all
Iciudu of Booond hand goons. Will huj
or Boll anything from an anchor to a
uttttillti. KurniturH, stoves, onri)**Ttii,
���OOktng utensiln, linnglit in litm.snlinld
qnantlnes. Also ou��t olf clothing.
Oall and sue me or write. Addrm-u
Silver King Mike, Huz __., Uoil
Btreet, Welugn, V il,
If YOUR HORSE
Is    lame    or
bring him   to
inter feres
the   City
To
Horseshoeing Shop,  ,
sephine Street
ALEX. GIBSON.
10 GENTS
10 TICKETS
A. V.
50 GENTS
MASON.
A. R. HP
P. L. S.
KASLO,   B.   C.
Mineral claims and mines .suivijycd.
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer anil Portor,
DEOP IN AND SEE US
N-lmiii B, O
Canada Permanent andWes-
tern Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head offioe toronto, ont.
5 Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to ti. I.. LENNOX. Bakw St.
Nolson.
��� 0. GWILLIM, B*.  Sc,
MINING ENGINEER
j I.atc of Geological Survey of Can-
j ada.    Six years experience in U. C
j milling districts.
'Baker street Nelson. B.C.
IN TIIE COUNT. COUIT OF KflOWA.
HOLDEN   AT   NELSON
Between Henry Hey, plaintliT.jinJK"
ment creditor, and John Harold Boloy
and llany Locltwood, defentlanu,
juilf-nitint debtors,
Notice Is heroby given that pursuant
to an order of this court dated tlio
Kith day of Septomber. 1001, under uml
by virtue of tho" Judgment Act' and
Amending acts, sealed tenders for l'i"
purcaa.se of Lot till 1 (Pour thousand
and three hundred and tieven) Group
Ono (l), Kootonay Distriot British
Columbia according to the official plan
or survey of said district, Union the
property of the above named judgment
debtera, will be received by me at my
oliiee at the Court House, Nelson,
Hritish Columbia, up to nnd "mil "|��
seoond clay of October, a. l'-, 11��01 j
ut 12 o'eloclt noon to iialisfy the judgment obtained in this action by tim
above named plaintiff judgment
oreilitoi against the above named defendants, judgment debtors, on the
20th day of .Iiniu, 1001, for the sum oi
-808,00 for debt and taxed costs together with inteii.'st thereon from t ie
said :~)th (lav of June, 1001, at the
rate of 5 per cent (live per oentum)
per annum, and also together Willi
the costs of sale and all other costs
incidental thereto incurred subsequent
to said date. Tho charges appeniinB
on the Register against said lanan
are as follows:
lOUl���.-th   June,   1001,   2.45   P*   m
Registration of judgment Henry Iley.
plaintiff,    versus John   Harold   Ueloy
and Harry Lockwood for iJiKW..1'1*
E. T. 11. SIMPKINS,
Registrar.
Dated this 17th duy of .September,
A. ,13, I'M, Vs
NeLSON   Daily  Minkk, TufeSDAV Sei'TKMiikk -.4, .901
THE POSTOIfFICE TROUBLE.
Mane    Toward
stom
puss
Biirfi
Further   Progress
Settlement of Differences.
Some progress was mado toward a
Btntoment of the matters in dispute
between tne contractor for the post-
,,;,;,..* building and Architect James
A. Macdonald. hy the arrival yesterday of'Contractor LeMoine, a member
of the contracting firm.
The first difference occurred with |
Hi,. Btone for tbe water tabie course
a[ the building which the sped flea*
,.������, required to be chiselled, but the
foreman on the work. Louis Daviaux.
thought thai Buch wns not niecssary
������(! wcut ahead with bush hammered
The architect then declined to
iinnili", for the work anil the
is i*as brought on. Mr. LeMoine
���jus stated that be hail permission
from the chief architect of the depart
merit of public works to put in bush
hammered work on all but the molded
rfaces and the cornices; lie ia, how-
���*. i 11:nj-r 10 chisel all but tho
table and the insidu of the
Mr, Macdonald does not feel
(led in passing the cheaper work
without specific instructions to that
effect from the chief architect and the
matter was laid before that official hy
tclig.'aph yestoiday. No reply has
vol been received. If this reference
does n"l settle the differences existing
Hiam Henderson, resident architect
Hritish Columbia for the public
rks department, will come to Nelson
about October 5th uud give n decision.
The dressing of the stone isamatter
of *������ nn* importance. Those familiar
with stone work state that bush ham-
������inioil stone leavo crevices which are
sine lo nil with waithiugs from tho
ohipped surface and organic matter.
Moss is mire to grow and the building
soon has an old appearance. The
diffcrenco of cost of the two kinds of
work ,iu a building of the sjue that
tin'   po&lo'.tice will bo   is estimated at
jl.Ouii 'e for   chiselling than   bush
hammering.
vision in I'm; regulations, as they
I exist at present, to prevent the expor-
j tali in of logs cut ,111 Dominion lands
j in ti e railway bell in the province of
[British     Columbia.     Tha    minister,
water
r
v,
w
Kid
Cloves in all   thu   newest
im at KERR & CO.'S.
hall
T1IEO.SOP1IY AND SOCIALISM.
Blglil
to   Ideal
therefore, recommends that the regulations be again amended so as to
provide that all timber cut on berths
In the railway hell in British Columbia shall he manufactured within tho
Hniiits of the Dominion.
The by-laws und rules made by the
British Columbia Hoard of Dental examiners arc published und provide
that the Hoard shall meet annually nt
tim Uiuo und place ni the H. C, Dental
association, or ul other snch time ami
placo as the board shall agree upon to
conduct the examination nt applicants.
All students shall be required to be
registered for n tenia of throe years to
a duly licensed practitioner, and a
[iroper form of indenture shall he duly
registered with the secretary of the
board. All candidates are required4to
obtain uot less than SU percent on any
one subject nnil not less Hum 71) per
ceut. of Iho whole examination. A fee
of 82.50 will be charged for registration of students, A fee of SHO snail bo
charged for all examinat ohm. In
cases where candidates are succesful
no additional charge will bo made
I'or certificates. In cusus where enndi
dales are not successful the foe
will be retained to puy the expense 0
exam i mil ion.
PAGE.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Aclvoriii.seni.'.il* in-urlo ! under tills head at
tho rate of ono oout a word por insertion. No
ulv6rt_f.-_.mcn. Lakon for in- liu-ii 25 conla
811 uatlon Winn mt advorUoom. nln inserted
threo Union Croo of ohHrtf*.
FOR RENT.��� Fini-ir-lied house on
Victoria street, near Pbnir hotel.
seven rooms. Rent modi into, possession HiUher 1st. Would wil furniture,    r. ('.  liux 674.
MISCELLANEOUS
Are yon iu want'.1 If you are, tell
the people, through The .Miner want
column, what you are io want of
You'll L'i'l  H
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
Vox        terrier
Thoroughbred.
pup:,       f, ii*       sale.
Apply Miner oilier.
lll.KSSMAKIN'ii establishment on
Baker streot, for sale, been running
for four years. Belling out, ou account of ill health. Apply at Miner
ollice, or at Mrs. Kempliug.
FOR SAbE.���Upright Piano.     Bird's
Eye   Maple    ease.    (Docker   Bros,,
New York.)    Applv Bos :is, Nelson.
BOOMS TO KENT.���K. VV. C. Block-
Two rooms en snitv. on W'ni-I St.,
also rooms failing the west. On Hep*
tember 1, two single rooms and two
or three en suite facing Bakor st.
[ s.,,0 Furnished or unfurnished. Mrs. 1*'.
.1. Squire, Room 11,  K.    VY. 0.  Block.
Spec
l-Kltl.
nl      villtlOd      in      Hosiery     at
S.
i;:m,k hatch.
At, t!
e rifle match at Rossland   yes-
tcrday
Nelson   was   victorious by   30
points.
Tbo    weather   was    good,
il It llnu
*h   wind and light were  tricky
for sin
.itiii}.'.     Tho team returned last
ROOM anil bourd in    private
Apply ou Silica  btreet, see
west of Ward.
[amily.
i!   door
WANTED
tiOOli hard-Working   hor
wants   a   position   of
Apply Miner Olliee.
,    aged      IT
any     kind
evoning aftei a plouiinnt
low are the scores made :
NELSON.
WANTED���A I
take care of.
this ollice.
itlv w
Add
"A.   B. 0.
Ullll
CPU   Tot'l
WANTED.���A good conk stove,   price
must be reasonable.    Audi ess  X. Y.
'/..,   Miner olliee.
Bird     	
McLeod	
Carrie	
Tiuitiss	
Robie	
Shaw	
Dodds	
Maeilunnell.
ai
HI
lil
33
Hi
83 ,
71 I
NELSON Employment Agi u ,'.  linker
street,    l'hone 378.    .1.  II.  Lovo.
WANTED.���Cooks'    Helper.      Men
for crib and bench work.    VVaitrc ses.
Laborers.        tiirls    for    housework.
lOdfrer for  sawmill.     titono   masous.
Railroad men.    Dockhands.
ConlruotS taken   (or   Diamond   due
Drilling.
Ni-___>0(., IS. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
\f KI.SON liUU.V V.ATKR FAOTORY-
_L. I*t. .VI. OllulllUUB, J.usyje���hvury known
vanoty ut -oil drinks. 1' u boj; ���*-��. Telepbua
No. 31, iiouvur titroet, Nolson. iiuitiur*, oi tin
Ciumuri bt. ouon Hot gpi-lugd Miueral W .tor
ARCUlTlilOTb
ClA.MC Sc MACDONALD ill. (Juno, Juinc
/   a. lYtucUuuald)���Architects untl tmi*uriu
lei.dimlrf, liiu.;i~i 11.til lllouS, uui'iiur ilukot auu
W.cru Sjireei,,;, ..cl.iUU
COM MISS10N MERC11ANTS
MJ. HVAN6 ec 00,���Buker Btroot, Noi
��� uou���Wholesale dealers in liquor.-,, el
Ku.n, ootnout, tire brick und lire oluy, vvatei
pipo anil sLool nnlt,, uud y-n.orul oomuiissioii
niorcbuute.
eUiOCERI.ES
A MACDONALD tc Co.-Cornor Fron
��� uut. Hull titruots���Wholosale grocer
and jobboi-d in blaakots, gloves, mitts, bum.-
rubbers, niacKiiiawti und miners' sundries.
Fill-SB AND SALT MEATS
SJi BORNS Sc Co.���Bakor struct, Nelson-
X ��� VYholesulo dealors iu fresh una cuiuu
iiiiii.tj.   Cum bumt.i.0.
KsT   KOOTENAY   BUTOHBH   CO.-
iiukor Btreet, Nelsou��� Wholesale uou
u.'.t m fre-,i aud cured meats.
W1
EARDWARE _. JVIiNlNU   sbPi-LiEi,
J" AW11ENCE   1
J.  titreet,   Noi
Ulu.lY~.ro,   minors'
oto,
.RDWAIIK 00 ���Bakei
��� Wholesale ddolais if
upyiius, BliartUig goodn
i,i ii.yCill.AN BKOS. ISuooossors to Yiu.
xtA  oouvor Hard iVareCo, Ltd., JJukortJti'bot
pilot.
ton���Wholesale dealers m utirdwaro auu
Ing supyllusj plumbers' uud tinsmiths' tne
Thought Necessary
Social Conditions,
At lhe meeting of the Nelson Socialistic Educational club cm Sunday last
tha subjects of "Theosopby and
Socialism'1 were introduced by P. W.
IMiil. The speaker while admitting
that tne ethical teachings of theosopby
uml socialism were identical and lhat
Imtli were working for the amelioration of the condition of humanity,
drew attention to tlie two great Eastern doctrines of Reincarnation and
Karma as faotoiS in the solution of
social issues. In the light of these
two fundamental teachings it wus
pointed out that. Inasmuch as man is
the maker of his own destiny, it is
certain that so long as there i.** such a
wide diveigence in Ihe mental condition of mankind, and, action on Ibis
piano being the crystallization of
thought, it follows that a right condition of thought is essential to tho
consummation of socialistic ideals.
Tlie liii_.ii' brotherhood, inculcated hy
tlieosophy, and embodied well in the
statement, "Not be ye as brothers, bnt
ye ore brothers," has in ilself the
gerni of true socialism, for once tea-
lined by man in liis higher nature and
con.-cquently lived up to, the un-
liiilni.il sueial conditions which prevail will fade away and tho dawn of
a better day ho at hand.
ROSSI,,'
'-'no
III
Hart Mctlarg...
N. I', l'i'**. nst ml.
,1. W. Spring... ."'
II. Smith 311
A. Anthony,
lt. Hi .vun...
A. Webb.....
W.Harp.
Nelson...
Kossland.
,34
,38
,31
ND.
:',llil
33
21
''-'", WANTED.- Wttitress,(JIris for liouse
worn.      Men for Railroad -'on.-line
,,. ,.,   lion work,   ,8.3r, nnd S3.SO   per   day
UAItDWARE IX).- Wholesale
uamtti, olid uuii ,*t;,ns; uiuuhuuios1  Looi.s
j Agents foi Ontario i'uvvuor Works; lyn.niiao
���v; KLSON
_i_.    paints, ���
10
:.'!)
38
34
deck hands, cool
7(] !     Western   Einp
,-J  Prosser, Phone 37U.
', I    Storage���1 have a   large
,, 'for     storing       household
goods.
sawmill man,
yinoht  Ollico,  il. A,
el io use
other
00
(IS
MISCELLANEOUS
1105
Rntlenherg Lace Collars and Boleroi
ut Ki.lli: &C0.'S.
"Gloria"     Shetland      Floss
Crocheting���See KERtt'S.
- ORGAN and PIANO Tailing und re-
pairing. Leave orders at Grand Central hotel for one week, 30 years experience. W. II. Whiteley. _
HIKK nulling -"iii Propcrllei���We are
iui\i<iiis lo secure a Vevt free lullllng v.,ii,i
[iriliierllcx al uiicc.
cliaiige, Nelson, U.
Block.
A RKWARD OFFERED.
Government     Agent    McMynn
offered   a re
eward of 8250  for
has
vide nee
ot the robbei
or any o'
that will I'oliv
them, who on lhe night of the 3rd
instant robbed Fred Kaiser and other
persons in the Commercial hotel,
Eholt, of money and jewelry valued
at about .2,000 So fin as is known,
the police have not succeeded in lind-
mg any clue to the identity of tho
robbers.
The  Prospector's   E.v
��',    IS,II,III  1,   l,.��.-l'
LIC.UORS AND DUY GOODS
rilUUNKIt, IlKKTUN 3c Co.���Corner Viiruoi.
X aud Jotiopiuiiu Streets, Nelsou���Wlichi
sine diiuiers tu liquors, olgars, aud dry goods
Agonts for Pubst Browmg Co. of Aliiwuuliui
aud Calgary ilrowiug Oo ol Calgary.
1 1 UDfcSON'S HAY Co.���Wholesale grueorio-
ud liquors etc., liukur Btroet, Nolnon.
LUMBER
w
E1LSON HAW AND PLANING M1LL-
Oilhio oorner Hull und .runt Btreets
Nelson���Lumber, celling, flooring, uud every
tliiug in wood I'm' buildliig purposos. Out, oui
prioos,   Oorrespondouoe sohcltod.
OKE SACKS AND TWINES.
are   soro  uml
are urged to go to
Hut   this is  costly
sure.      Don't   be   an
FROM THE GAZETTE.
School Children to Have a Vacation-
Incorporation.
The lust Issue uf the Britisli Columbia tlazotte contains the following
iiii'i'iiiieenicnts:
'1'lie council of publio instruction
liBs been pleased to doclare thut on
tbo oecnslon of the visit   of tho  Duke
und 11
Mandi
observ
school
less of  Cornwall   and   York,
September  iiuth,   shall   be
us a   holiday   in   all   public
ni I lie mainland and   Tuesday
THOUSANDS   SENT   INTO   EXILE.
Every year a   large number of poor
sull'ereis' whose lungs
racked with cough
another climate.
and not always
exile when Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption will euro you at
home. It's the must Infallible medicine for Coughs, Colds, and all Throat
and I,ung diseases on earth. The first
dose brings relief, Astounding cures
result from persistent use. Tiiul bottle free at Canada
Price r.Oc and If
guaranteed.
��;oi,i>si~vKlt<.M'r~l. i,i:*n   l'i*""*   a"'!
prospects wantcil.  Send repurl i��n(! samples to the Prospector's Kxelianse. Nelson.
UU.   Itooui 4 K. W.C. Illock.
0. D. J. OHEISTIE
Has Money to Loan al �� per Cent,
(in improved Rnal Estate in
amounts of 81.000 anil upwards.
Loans quiokly ni ranged.
Three, four, live and six roomed
houses for rent.
..-Koonied Cottage for sale,  .1,700.
Two 25-foot building lols , $5on.
Insurance, Real Estate, Rentals.
ANTHRACITE
%t,
rn GALLON 4'. I O.���Doaler�� In ore nooks
X . and twinos, Always a largo stock on
hand. TelophoueilOll. Koom II, K.-W.-C Blook
JOHN McLATCHIE
Donrinion and
Pi*ovincial*<^
Land Surveyor.
���iScj NKLSON B C
^^IIA'-CS l.FIC ���"
RAILWAY
TM
Ding   ts   Hook Co.
,00,      Every   bottle
and Wednesday, October 1 and 2, bo
observed as holidays on Vancouver
"nd adjacent Island in order to givo the
children of the province an opportun*
Uy of seeing   their Royal  Highnesses.
A certificate of incorporation has
keen issued to the Rockland Copper
Company, limited, with a capital of
32,00(1,000 divided into $1 fharo. The
object is to carry on a general mining
business.
"J u Domininn order in council in
*��� report dated July is, i.ml, from the
minister of the interior, submitting
that by order in couneil, dated January io, moo, the regulations to cut
timber i.i Manitoba, tlio Northwest
���territories nnd,the railway hell iu the
Province of Hritish Columbia, were
���mended so as to penult the owners
of timber berths in the railway belt
���'sell the timber tiieroon to mill
owners, the regulations having previously piovlded that the timber must
bo manufactured at the sawmill of
the liccnsi to he operated at the
berth.     There ia   therefore  no   pro-
RI-AIN-liOOD NONSENSE.
Another ridiculous food fad bus boon
branded bv the most competent
authorities. They have dispelled the
hilly notion that one kind of food is
needed for brain, another for muscles,
and still another for bones. A correct diet will not only nourish n particular pint of the body, but it will
sustain every other part, Yet, how-
evei good your food may he, lis nutriment is destroyed by indigestion cr
dvpepsia. You must, prepare for their
appearance or prevent their coming ny
taking regular (loses of tlteen's August
Flower, the favorite medicine
health..' millions. A few doses
digestion, stimulates tho
heallhv aetion, purifies the blood, and
makes yon feel buoyant and vigorous.
You can get Br C. U. Green's reliable
remedies at W, F. Teetzel _. Co. s.
(Jet lireen's Special Aliniinao.
the
aids
liver   tr
if
For Stoves and
Furnaces
VIA
Delivered or on Traok
in any Quantity.
Loavc Orders wilh
Chas. A.  Waterman
& Co.
14 and 15 K. W. C. Block.
ORDER EARLY SO AS TO GET
PROMPT DELIVERY.
lea's
ic
To  All   Eastern   Points  via
Lake Route, All-Rail or Soo
L.ine,
cage
via  St.   Paul   or  Chi
If you don't like 131ns Eibbon Tea it's
because vou   ever tanted it.
Linton's Tea is a winner. Pure,
finest llavor, and lirst package tea put
up. 	
NOTICE
[ management all
Hotel    Iliniie Co.,
before
1001.     If   not
Ow'r-B to change
nceouiKH   due   the
Ud., must bo,paid to me _on or
the Until of Septeml
same will be placed in the bunds   of a
collector,
,1, I'KliU UUMK.
H. & M. BIRD
BROKEN HILL BLOCK.
FOB SALE.
$2 480 new, seven-roomed house on
Hoover street, thoroughly up to date,
lirst class plumbing.    Easy terms.
Bight roomed hoUSO on Mill street
ami lour lots. Plumbing complete.
New furnace. Terms to suit purchaser. , ,
Seven roomed collage and three lols
on Observatry street. Plumbing complete.    Kusy terms.
run HUNT.
$28.00--Sevon roomed house on Carbonate stieet very hand to
town. Heated by furnace. Wired
fur   electric light.
(18,00���Cottage on ltobson street.
tflD.IW���Cottage ou Wuid street.
HIGHEST AWMm AT HOME AND ABROAD
WINNIPEG & PAR IS EXHIBITIONS
B
THE FLOUR MANUFACTURED
BY THE
HUDSON'S RAY COMPANY
HAS RECEIVED THE
GRANDPRIZE
~.th-PARIS ^EXHIBITION
HIGHEST AWARDS at tm_
WINNIPEG
INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION
ALL THE FLOUR MADE BY THE COMPANY IS FROM SPECIALLY SELECTED WHEAT
&-*. *'"-p*.,    ���'���*���
East Kootenay s 1st Annua
Mineral, Agricultural
and Industrial Exhibition
CRANBROOK. -SEPT. 25 TO 27.
Throe Days   of   Instruction,   Interest
and Enjoyment,
Mineral Exhibit, Bucking Contests,
Agricultural Exhibit, Horse Races. The
best program ever seen in the country,
See posters and circulars t'or fuilliei
particulars. Specially low return rail-
rates from nil points.
A. VV. M'Vn'TIK, Hecetary.
BENNETT'S FUSE.
Ho  sure and get the genuine   BENNETT'S GUTTA PEECHA I'asl-.nut
son etbing that looks   like   it.       a'.v-
reo e Hardware <   ., Agents.
ON THI
NELSON WINE CO.
Iry a bottle,  i    toz-on,  *->.
.GARY  BEE!    ��� it in
kim..   on    Hit' iiirkoi.     i
IES,    LIQUC <S     und
a  buTTcl   of
tho baft Hmd
,1 .(>   try   our
CIGAR&
Patenaude Bros.
OPTICIANS
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'v.
Nelson  & Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red fountain R'v.
Atlantic S.S, Sailings s<
From Moncroal
.... Auk.30
...Stpl,   7
Allan Uno Tunisian	
Altiui   Lino Numidlan, *
Beavor Lino Lako duporlor au__.;m*
Heaver Line Lake Binicoa Sopt o
tVanoO'Canadinn Lino tiart-h UiiHtle.. ..Aug, .'to
Franco-Canadian Lino VVnmau 8opt.l7
Krom Portland, Mo.
Dominion Lino Vnncouvor Sept. 7
IHunfniun Line Dominion  BepUls
From Now York
White Star Lino Teutonia  Aug. 28
WhitoStar LlnoGcrmanlo SopT, 4
RANK   A. T<
T'.   lhot.0 93
1BLYN. Ul.
p_>nr g
.....
1.. Nelson
P'LLAl'S OECiSIHi
cm  be engaged for Private Parties,
St t ials. Receptions, Halls, etc. For
pa   ieulars   apply  to  J.   B.   POL-
L i~.D,   Ii.   J.    Robie's   Tailoring
LOW   RATES.
BUFFALO, $76.00.
Sixty    Days'    Limit.
Good going Sept. 3rd, 17th
Through Sleeping Cars Kootenay Ldg. to Toronto. Arrowhead to Vancouver.
For pamphlets descriptive ot Oun
a1li11.11 Padlio tours and Cor Time Tab u
It It t OS,   'iiekeU,   ����I>|��1 V
To San Francisco and Return
$131.30 ALL RAIL
$46.50 BY STEAMER.
This especially low rate is made
on account ofthe Episcopal Convention to be   held  in   San   Francisco.
Dates of sale, Sept. 23rd lo 27th
inclusive. Good to return until
Nov. 13th.
llunard Lino Klrurla.,
Ounard l.lnn Borvla	
Alii'Tiniii l.inu Bt. I'mll	
Aiii'irliii.n Line St. Loulfl	
I''niin:li   l.iiii: 1,'AqUlbliao	
i'l'imi.-li l.inu LaChampiucno 	
N. O, I,. Kui uriii M ii'ii, Thoroila..
Anohor Line Uity ot Romo	
Hamburg Amerfoan DoutBohlaua,
...Auk 31
...Sept. ;'
...Auk. w
.,,So|it.  4
,,, Aug. W
....Supt.   ti
...SopUlO
..   t*U|lt.     I
,..built.   6
For further partloularH apply lo
H. L. BROWN,
t;ity PiuMUtfor AKtiiit, Nolnon, B, 0,
W. 1>. K.I UMMINUH,
QoaorulB.B. ��i.��nnt O.P.R. OIBie* Wlnnlong
E   ablishment, llaker Street.
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
Kootenay Railway and Nav*
Company, Ltd.
II. L, Hkiiwn,
City Pussonger A^out
J, S. Oartbb,
Dis. Pais, Aijt.
NelH'in.
K. J. OOYLH
A. (!. P. A.
Vun emivei
Buffalo and Return
$76.00
Good for sixty days, first
and third Tuesday, August,
September and October.
Through passenger trains between Spokane and Nelson. Buffet
service between Spokane and
Northport.
Lcnvo DAY TRAIN Arrive
B',00 a.m S|inkniie 7:3!i p. 10
1 ���;::;"> p.m Rossland ���1:10 p.m
10:10 a.m Nelson ��e5 p.m
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Hpokane   Wash
Q. K. TAOKABURY
Agent, Nelson, B.O
Operating
KAHI.O St BliOOAN KA1I.WAY,
INTKKNA'I'IUNAL NAV. & TKAD UO.
Ltd
Bhortoet uml qulokoet route lo iho oaet and all
poltihfonthaO.lt. tc s. and Northern Pa*
olfle Riillwiij- in W'.i-liliiKt'iii. llroKOii and
Southorn BtaUs.
Time Card Effective August I. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry*
S::*lu. tn. Lv.
10:5.', p.111. Ar.
[Kusio
Hiiinlun
Ar. 1*00 p. tn.
Lv. llifl 11. in.
E. J.SCOVIL
HIM\r: ItltOKKIl, iKOTABV ri'111,14
., .;..: r.rn Mlnon.   CarronpondoaoeBollolte
WiNl;KRMKI_K. 11. c.
Int Nav* & Trading Oo*
NBLSO-f���K.tsi.o koi ti:.
5:'^i p, m. Lv. NelsOd Ar. 11:00 a* m.
U;K) p. in. Ar. Kh .lo Lv. 7:00 a- "��.
Oonnootingat Vivo Milo Point with NoUon
it Fori Khoppard  Rail way hulU Lo nnd from
lt-M��UUI_l, UlC.
Tlokote sold to nil parti in Unitod Statoaand
Canada via Oroot Northern andd H* m, N.
Oo-'i llnav,
Ooean itoanuhip tiokota and rfttoo via al]
Hiiort will bo -urnl-thcd on apulioatlon.
Kor farther parUoulan oall on or addroBfl
HOltKKT IHVINU
M��r.i._r(.r.   Kui'ln, H. 0
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A. R. BARROW, a. m. i. o.b
Provincial  Land  Surveyor
Corner Viotoria anHlKootenay Sts.     HI���j. you ^cc ^i^r Xiuf Miner eau do Ig. K. TAOKABURY, Lwcul Agent,
P.O. Box obo Islophone No, _�� 'or you. Melaoii, ll.O
Vun shouldn't send out nf  town fur
cards for   yourself ot   your   huhlmnil
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VE8TIBULliD TMIN8*
PALACE DININOIAND OBSERVATION
0ARB.-MEAL8 a la OABTE.
Clo��e eonneotlon Baet and Went*
bound at Spokane with trains nf the
Spokane Falls and Northern Hallway,
mid nt Bonner's B'erry witn Kootenay
Railway tc Navigation Oo,
IJireet cnnnoi'tion at Ht. Paul without change of depot, with all trains for
Chicago, Foronto, Montreal, New Y'ork
and alliMiinlu Went anil South.
LeaTea Spokane daily foriEast aO;15 a m
Leaves Spokane daily tor Went at 7:15 a.m
Leaves 8pokane daily lor West at 80) p-m.
WeBt-hound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, Han Francisco, and all pointH
on the Bound,
During tho Benson of navigation Kast
hound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North -Went
and North-Land of theNortheiu Steamship Company Line, operated in eonnection with the Ureat Northern Railway.
For further information, roups, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls * Northern Ry., Kaslo Sc Bloean
Ry, Kooteiai Railway Sc Navigation
Ot* , or to
H. A, JACKSON, Com"! Agent,
Spokanp, Wash. fsiJOff Daily Mmh 'f uksjiy, Septbmber 24, igo
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PAPER
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U'-lill'.tOli sale tot,
a tow ilu?** t lin- e(
Benina-it-*   of
WALL  PAPEK
Tho    enormous "ale
of our well-known
WML PAPERS
hap left na witli -i
fow odds ami cn��l>
that we wMit-0 clear
out.
WALL paper remnants
THOMSON
STATIONERYCo-M
NELSON, 13. G.
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THE GITY
tiie eity last evening,    H_ has been
(btuvi-y'iriK mineral elalffla from Ferine
to Sandon for the past live weeks ana
leaves tuday for Ins heme in Trail.
R. 0. Matheson. lute of the Silvertonian, ariived in the eity la1-! week
fruin Silverton. He is on the way to
Frank, Alberta, ulic'thnr lie goes for
the purpose of establishing the Frank
Sentinel, which will appear ahout
(ictohcr 1st. The plant of the Silvertonian will he used to print the new
paper anil llnrrv J. MatbesOn will be
associated with II. 0. in tlie ventures
Frank in a new eoal mining town
looated a few miles "a*-t uf the Hritish
Columbia boundary line in Alberta in
the entrance of the Crow's Nest Pass.
Several residents of the Slocan have
gone to Prank recently foi the purpose of embarkfng in various enterprises The town was opened on thi-
loth instant and promises to assume
considerable import a nee.
Berlin Wool in I .idn and variagated
colors at KERB *V CO.'S.
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A daughter was horn to Mrs. Joseph
unite beneficial lu the province than
W&veriug parties that there have been
in the past.
Morale? yesterday morning
George Bobinson hud a valuable fox
terrier dog run ovur ami killed tf a
team yesterday,
' In ehamb is yesterday in tiie easenf
Vice and Williams vs. Brydges, the
security on ."ppeal was proved.
The I ..vy equinootical Rale which
blow all day Sunday from tlie soutli-
c��rt caused the roughest water of the
season so far on the main lake.
The lire department were called out
to a practice run yesterday afternoon
to the premises cf the Kootenay Steam
haundry on Haker street, making it
in one minute.
A traveller from ono of Nelson's wholesale lioiv-es during last
woek disposed of eighteen carloads of
fruit and produce in the towns from
Fernie to (Ireenwood.
The Ladies' Aid Society of tlie Presbyterian church intends to hold a sale
ei work und to serve meals on October
31st (Hallowe'en), in the opera house
It promises to he a pl��*isant occason.
In another column will he found the
advertisement of a sale in the stoie o
Theodore Madson. Men's clothing and
furnishing goods, bouts and shoes are
sold during the sale at astonishing
low prices.
on Thursday there will be harvest
thanksgiving services at 8 and 10.80
a. ra. and 8 p. in, at St Saviour's
church. In the evening the serrfce
will be fully choral. The church will
he suitably decorated.
Yesterday morning the trolley going
down to tho station to connect with
the morning train slipped about a
car's length on the runs kapeking a
couple of planks off Sie crossing and
breaking a small wheel fender.
The Nelson Electric Tramway company will put into efl'ect a new time
schedule on its lino on Sunday,
September 20th, Fiom and alter that
date there will be a 10-niinute service
before il a. m. and ufter 7.40 p. m.,
with a 2D minute service between
Tho now time table appeals in another
column.
The racer that was purchased In
Ymir a blunt time ago for tho use of
the lire department wns yestuiday
turned nut to pasture, us his legs have
swollen tu an extent that seriously
int. tfeics wkh traffic, ami bis powers
of daawing, The burse from the scavenger department is again back in the
fire hail,
In the uusu of i'- ' in vs. Beatnan, a
mining case :-i connection with tho
Iron Trail nzinernl claim, an order
wa.- 'in ��� I yesterday in chambers be-
foi1 Judgi : Tin i.i the application
u' Taylor .-. Hannington tbat he defendants -.,'., i state un ullidavil what
documents they had In their possession witn application to the ease
Mi.*s Haski rviliu, of Madras, India,
lady missionary who misspent a number of yuan, m India, will address the
rally meeting of the Young People's
union in ilu Presbyterian church this
evening, Uer subject will be Thi
Condition of Women in India, comparing their lul   villi tbat of    thoir   mun
fuitunate siaturs in Canada.
AT TIIE HOTELS.
Hume,���S. \V. Stevenson, Vancouver; F. Kiekham, Winnipeg; A. .1.
Twiss, Kuslo; II. Marshall Qieydon,
London, Ont.; ,1. J. Ilailnedy, Winnipeg; Harry A. Smith, Vancnuver ; Co],
W. N. Brayton, Kaslo; Capt, D. .1. K.
Qiford, Hall Minos; S. Douglas, Col-
vfllp, Wash; A. h. Davenport, Spo-
kani; M. H. Gilliam, line; T. A.
Corley, Montreal.; W. C. Fisher,
Toronto; A. F. McAnally, Montreal;
R, K. Keller, (irand Forks; H, A.
Mills, and family, Montreal; Capt.
Korsland, Robson j W. A. Blair.
Medicine Hat ;��� I. i>. Anderson, Trail;
Chas. Tl. Hunter, l'hoenix; li. U.
Matheson, Silverton; P. W. Western,
Toronto; C. I!.  Hossick,   Spokano.
Phair.���O. N. Miller. Owen Sound;
T 1��. Ella, Vancouver, Lee Coombs,
J, McKane, Kossland; E. Nelson
Fell. Athabasca; S. O. Campbell, lloss-
lirnd; \V. F. Allen, Denver. Col. ; W.
Anderson, Cascade; G, F. llaywaid,
Golden; ,l. G. Billings, Rossland;
Mrs. Sidney Norman,  Spokane.
HE KEPT HIS I.EG.
Twelve years ago .1. W. Sullivan,
of lliirll'uiil, Conn., scratched his leg
witli a rusty wire, Inllauiraation arid
blood poieonlng Bet in. Km* two yoais
he suffeied intensely. 'Then the bust
doctors urged amputation, "bnt," he
writes, "1 used one bottle of Electric
Hitters and ] C, boxes of Bucklon's
Ainica Salve and my lug was sound
aud well us evei." For Eruptions,
Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum. Sons
and all blood disorders Electric Hitlers have no rival on earth. Try them.
Canada Drug \ Hook Co., v.'ill guarantee satisfaction or refund money.
On'y 50c.
Novelties in Swirs and Limn Hand*
kerchiefs at KKKK & CO. 'S.
SAN       FRANCISCO      EXCURSION
HATES.
$51.50, Sopt. 'J:i to Sept.  '.'7.
On ace,,net of Episcopal church
meeting at San Francisco the Canadian l'acilic Railway will sell round
trip tickets via Portland and Shasta
route at $;>!.iiii good till November
,", for return. Full particulars from
local agents.
.1. S. CARTER,
D. P. A.. Nelson.
Queens���J. E. Rice, Rat Portage;
Root. Wilson, (Ireenwood ; O. E. Tirl*
mora, Sandon.
CITY COUNCIL MEETING.
The Fire Department Still in  Need of
a Suitable Horse.   !
A meeting of the city council was
held last evening. Owiog to the ab
senee of Mayor Fletcher, the chair
was filled by Aid. Hamilton. Besides
the chairman, Aldermen Selous, Gil-
lotto, Patterson and Madden wero
present.
The balance of tho first estimate on
tbe high school building, $502, was
ordered paid, having been forwarded
to tbo oity by tho provincial government, together with til3 half of the
estimate that had beon advanced by
the city to the trustees. Tho following accounts wore then read antl approved : Payroll, stieet, 81 .75; electric light construction, SillJ; waterworks construction, 5120.50J sewers,
804.75 -streets, SHi8.su.
A letter from tho secretary of the
Kootenay Lako General hospital, culling attentiou to tho fact that the city
had not yet issued a chock for the
balance of '.he stun thut had been
voted to the hospital in March, was
then placed before the board, and on
motion of Alderman Gillette, seconded
by Alderman Selous, it was decided
tu issue a check for Sfibi), the remaining balance of $..0u to be paid later.
Tho addition to by-law No. 1(1),
which was fiamod to do away witl
the practice of Chinamen carrying
slops about the public streets ill pails
and open vessels and which had come
up for its third reading ut the last
meeting uf the Ooiincil, wus put to
vote and unanimously carried.
An invitation to the mayor and
council from the New Westminste
corporation to attend the fair nt thut
city was read ami the city clerk was
directed to suitably acknowledge its
receipt.
Fire Chief Lillie then appeared before thu council to report that the
new horse for the lin* brigade Hint
ha:: beon purchased by Mayor Fletcher
wus unlit fur work. 'This muller was
lett over for his worship to attend to.
Thu rending of the lenders for thu
now oity wharf was also held over
til! the next meeting.
Get your trees and shrubs from the
neatest nursery. The advantages are
obvious, All varieties of fruit untl
sbuilu trees grown al Riverside Nurseries, i,i,nd Forks,
PERSONAL
alder*
F. W, Knit, one uf Rossland'
men, was in Nuboii yesterday.
Miss McGlllvary leaves for her home
ut Shaw, Oregon, this morning,
Miss Frances Fletcher, of Vernon,
who has been visiting friends in Nel*
sua fur the past fortnight, left yesterday morning foi home.
Mr. ami .Mis.
night on thu C
six weeks' lri[
will visit tlie
their return,
Col. W. N. llrayton, win is promot
lug the new townsite uf Frank, ���.-.her
the new O.N.S.K. briilg.- across tie
Columbiu is building
js at the lluuie.
.1. A. Dewar  left lost
jw's Nest   boat for  a
to   tbe  unsi.    Tbey
Fan-Aiiiorieun   before
J, II, AiidcmoB, P.
in    Washington
L. S., arrived
iu
MINING RECORDS.
At thc record oflice yesterday there
was but one locution entered, that of
the Vanky, on the oust fmk of Rover
creek, north side, twelve miles southwest of Nolson, by August Engul.
Uertlflcates of work were issued to
Joseph Oampbell on Sunshine. A. .1.
Hughes, on Ciirenn ; T. >... Risen, on
Cook Fraction fractional; J, A. Turner, ot ul on Queen and Niagara, and
to Louis Senkar on Frisco. Transfers,
one-half interest In tbe Queen Niagara,
l.ewiston, ami Burlington Fractional
claims, from William Walilie to J. A.
Tamer, et al, coiisideraton 81.
IMPORTANT   TO   CYCLISTS   AND
ATHLETES
Mr. Muck White, the well known trainer of
thc Toronto Lacrosse Team nnil Osguod tlall
Kiwi lull I'luli writes: "1 coimiilor Grlfllthu
Muiiilini I.iiiiinuiii unequalled for athlotes or
thoso training. I have used il with the best
yuccoss uml i-nn heartily recouimond II for still*.
in--, -urcnu-. sprainsand nil forms of swelling
and inflammation.   I'l-im I'.'x-riit-.
For sule by J. lT Vanstone \"'-ou. 11. O.
F. O. GHEKN .'. S. OI.EMENI"*
GREEN Sc CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Pro   oclal Land
Surveyors.
P. O. Box 145 N     on, B.C.
Certificates of Improvements
NOTICE.
Blue Bird, Michigan, Lena Donne,
Randolph ���nil Trout Mineral Claims,
situate iu the Nelson Mining Division
of West Kootenny District.
Where located���West of Deer Creek
and about two and one half miles from
the Lower Arrow Lukes.
Take notice that I, Kenneth L. Burnet agent for the Montaua'Gold Mining Compuny, Free Miner's certilicate No. li 88700, intend (io days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a certificate uf
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ot the above
claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section ',11 must bo commenced
before too issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements,
Dated this 12th day of September
A. D. 11)01.
KENNETH L. BUBNET,
Certilicate of Improvements
NOTICE.
I'oi'lepin Miner 1 claim, situate in
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located   On Poroupine Creek,
1AKE .NOTICE that I Theodore
Beauohamp, acting ns agent of Frank
DesnuluiiT, free Miner's cui-lifieale No.
B433-I0, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to npp'y to tbe Mining
Recorder for a certificate of improvements for lhe purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grunt of the above claim,
Anil fun bur take notioe that action,
under section .'17, must he oommeuced
before Lhe 1: suance of such certificate
of improvements,
Dated this ."ith dny of September
1001,        TilEODUIIK BEAUCHAMF
Certificates of Improvements
NOTICE
New year. Amethystine and Tourmaline mineral clniins, situate iu the Nel*
Bon Mining Division of West Kootenuy
District.
Whero looated On lhe East bank of
lhe Columbia River, two miles soutli
of Trail.
TAKE NOTICE lhat I,,I. 1). Anilerson, P. I,. 8., of Trail, II. C, agent for
W. W. OlU'liBle, Free Miner's Ooi'tifl
cute No. 11 60354, intend, sixly duys
from the date hereof, tn npply to tbe
Mining Recorder for Cortifioates of Improvements, fur the purpose of obtain
ing Orown Ciuiits of lhe above claims,
And further take notice that aotion,
under section 87,  must I mmenaed
before tbe issuance of such Certificates
of improvements,
Hated tllisliOth dltyof  July.    A.   1)
1001,
.1. D. ANDERSON,
PREFERS PARTY LINES.
J. A. Mara formerly raembr of parliament for Yalo-Koolenuy-Curihoo,
was in the oity yesterday. Mr. Mara
is of opinion that the days of party
linos in tho provincial legislature
arc near at hand and that it would
be preferablo to tho personal  govern-
mijnt system tbat has prevailed In
recent years. No one can doubt Mi,
Main's staunch fealty to the Conservative party yet he consiuers that a
strong Liberal government   would   be
Certilicale of Improvements
NOTICE,
Matilda Mineral Olaim. situate in the
Nelson Minim' Division of Wesi (Coot*
unity District,
Where looated None lhe Knsl Pork
nl Champion Creek, i limit six miles from
Ilu* Columbia River.
TAKE NOTIi 1. that I, Kenneth I,.
Ihirnel, agent for tne Mouul Bicker and
Hiilish Columbia Development Com*
puny. Limited, free miner's certificate
No. Willi -HI, intend, sixty (lays frnln the
date hereof, to npply to the Mining He*
t'urdtr fur n cuiliiiunte uf improvements
fur the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Gran I ot the above claim.
And further tnke notice that action,
under seotion 37, must be oommenced
before tho Issuanoe ui' such certilicate of
Improvements.
Dated thiB 20lh day of August, A. D.
I.H.I, KENNETH!.. BURNET.
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" HAVE YOU TRIED ?"
Meerschaum Cut  l'lug Smoking
I'ol nacco,
lis All Right.
Our Genuine Reft Ins Sale
Shall stand as a Record Breaker for time to coaie. We would rather count
dollars than goods. Therefore we are going to trade everything for dollars
that wej)ossibly can. That is why our stock of Clothing and Gents' Furnishings are going to be sold at such Low Prices.
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These Prices Show the Extent of the Reductions
Mens' 'I weed Pants, worth $3 for $2.
Mens' Worsted Pants, worth $4 for $2.75.
Mens' BluejBeaver Overcoats, worth $12 for $8.
Mens' Grey Tweed Overcoats, worth $12.50 for S.50
Mens' Serge and Tweed Suits, former price $14 and
16, now $9.50 and  10.
See our Mackinaw Coats at $3.50, usual price 5.
7-lb Canadian Grey Blankets now $2, worth 3.50.
All Rubber Goods at Host.
A Personal Inspection Will Convince You.
Baker 5t.
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Co., Limited,
YAU1JS   AT   NKLSON   AND   ROSSLAND
HILL AT PORTO RICO SIDING,
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always Ib
Stock.
Wn enrry n noinplnlii slock of Const vlooiiiiR
(tolling, lii*,iili: Finish, Tumod Work Awli and
Dooi-b.' Bpoolal ordor work will roooi fo pronipl
attention!   Mull oi-dorri solicited.
Porto RicoLnmber Co.,
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Road Oifiofl���TTft��rtrrr nnd Vornon wt... Nofcon
BRANDY
LODGE MEETINGS.
NEIjSON LODGBJ-f   No. 23, A. P, Sc
<M. iiiooln second Wodnosday in
month. Visiting brothorn wolcomo
1. C. O. F, Koolonay Lodgo
..,.. No. 16, meets ovory Monday night,
���^ at their HtUl, Kootenay Btreet
Scdourning Odd Feilows oordlally Invited,
John A, MoRao, N.G. i). W, Rutliorford, V.Q
Frod J. Squire, Por, Soc.
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter No. 12:., ({. R. O.
Moots third wodnosday. Sojourning com pan
tons invitod. Goorgo Johnstono, Z. K. W.
Matthows, S. K.
NELSON LODGE No.l!"., IC. of P.
jameota In K. of .\ hall, Oddfollows block
Jelflrstand thire IMesday evoning of oaoh
'ImoMili at 8 o'clock.
'AU visiting knights cordially invito
Wm, LitviNB, CC.
A. T. Park, K.of it. and B.
Nelson Enoa pment No. 7. Meets ovory '2nd
and 4th Friday of each month, in Odd Follows
Hall, corner linker und Kootenay street*.,
Nolson. A. II. Clements O. P.; 1). AleArthu*'
R. S.   Visiting brothers always we I-.������nim* ,
DE LAAOE FILS & CO, XXX
COGNAC, possessea a delloiouB
boquot,
DE LAAOE FILS A CO. X X X X
COONA0 is mellowed byljta great
ngOi and is reooraniendc(.|tc Con-
noiseurfl, and for mcHiicioid pur-
poseB.
SCOTCH
WHISKIES
Agenoy for full stook  ��t  Vlotoiia
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Tin-: insTii.i.i'ins COMPANY, i.tii..
Kilinliuri-'li. tim lurgost holders in
tho world nl' Si'ntch Whiskies.
Thi I'AI.IODliN'lAN MQUEH Sootoll
Whisky >h "nc of tbo leaders.���
Try It.
R. P- Rithet & Co*, Limited
VICTORIA, B. <:,
An    fi.P AV      Kootonay
���   1��*  \Xi.viV..L   BoprtMontotlvo
P, o. Hov 521      ���      Nelson
DON'T READ THIS
The wise mun wbo waits to liny
shares ir tlio Similkameen Valley
f'ual Coinpany, Jbiniitod until trans*
portation reaohes tbe coal Holds would
have to pay at leant rf.r> per share for
what ho oan now buy for 86  cents  tn [the subscriber nnder  section i  of a
NICI.SIIN* L. O. L. No. 1009 inuutH in I'm-
tiiiniiy Hull on first i-i.il third Friday ovonlngs
of oaoli month at 8 o'olook. Visiting member
oordlally Invitod. W. VV. Bradley, W. K.
A, Mlnty, U.S.	
NELBON AKltlH No. 1!2, V. O. IS., nieofn
every hccoiiiI uml fourth Wodnosdays of eacl.
in onth. VinitinK nu'iiihorH coi-tliiilly iuvil,
CliiirloM Prosser, H**nn*_n.ry.
Kootonay Tool No. 7, K. O, T. M��� hold tholr
regular mootlngij in l-'rali*rnity Mull, 1. O, O. I-'.
blook.onthe i-i. mul 3rd Thursdays of oaoh
n.imi.h. Visiting brothron cordially lnvltod In
attend. (J. A.Brown, It. K.; A, V. Purdy, Com.
It, J.Btool, D. 8.0,
NiCLBON'S   QUEEN   NO,   'ill
BON8   OF    BNOliAND lets
*Si  1st and 8i*d Wodnosday ovonlngs of
tc a rIi   oao** month  at Fralornlty nail,
a.v.cn   oornor o,' Baker uml ICootonoj
I* Jl Btruuin.  vi,:ii,ing brothern oora-
%^^   tally Invited.
Kiiwaiii) MAOI.KOO, Beorotair,
(iOUHT KOOTKNAY, I. O. V., No. 31*.
MeutlliKs llh Thursday Of inonlh. H'rutnriial
hull, J A Irving 0 K.   P. 't. K1iiiiii*iiK. It.a
Nulson Court  Slur ol   Ki'iiti-nuy, A. O,   I*'.
Moots Uml uml   ith   Wi-ilniiHiluyrt iii ovory
niotiili.  VlBltlng brothron woloomo, VV, Mao-
Willuii. (Mt     Mnliiirt MoLaOd Siii',
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East Kootenay's Fall Fair
Complete Program
Wednesday, Sept   25.
1 p. m.���Grand opening of Kast Kootenay's Agricultural, Mineral and Industrial Exhibition.
Live Stock Parade.
1.30 to 4 p, m.���Lacrosse, Fernie vs. Cranbrook.
Foot Ball, Cranbrook, Fernie and North Siar teams for tho
iiealtie Cup and eleven gold medals.
4.30 p, in ���Exhibition of riding unbroken and bucking horses
5.30 p. m.���Rock Drilling contest.
Evening���Grand dance and supper in tlie opera house under
the auspices of the Cranbrook Lacrosse club.
Thursday, Sept. 26.
10.30 a. m.���Foot Ball finals.
1.30 p. m. sharp���Horse races as per advertised program. JJ
"Doctor M.," theguideiess pacer, will give an exhibition. J{
9 p. m,��� Grand smoking concert in skating rink,  club swing- }(
ing, comic songs and sparring contest. }{
NOTICE   TO   DELINQUENT  CO-OWNERS
'J'o A. II. Fisher or to any person or
persons to whom lie may httVO
transferiecl J^hlBSinlerest in the
"Cougar Miiiiilln''^group of mineral elaiiiis"��iimiteii on the head
Midge Creek, Kusltanook Mining
Distriot, West ICootetiay:
You, ami eaeh of you nre hereliy
iiotiliml that 1 have exponded cue
hundred mid thirty-three dollars In
labor ami improvements upon the
above mentioned mineral olaim in
order to hold said minern) claim
under the provisions of thu Mineral
Act, and if within ninety days of tlni
date of this notiee you fail or refutiO
to emit ri liulo   you portion of BUCh e.x-
pi'miitui'i's together with all t-usts
of advertising your interest in sniil
claims   will   become  (be property of
four   Bqnnl   monthly    payments   from
REGINALD J* STEEL,
Sold Everywhere.      lOu. per Package. I PHONE 278
BROKER
act entitled "An Act   to   Amend   tin-
Mineral Act, 1000."
J. I'. CLUBB,
Dated at Nelson   this   SOth   day   of
August, 11)01 'j
Friday, Sept, 27
1 30 p. m. sharp���Conclusion cf horse racing prog!
On Saturday alternoon there will be a Rugby foi
between Cranbrook and Nelson. During the whole of lhe exhibition lhe Cranbrook brass band and Iho famous native Indian band from the St, Eugene Mission will cater to lovers ol
music.
'gram. 4J
root ball gnme   {J
Notice to Exhibitors--)})- Order of Committees.
Rules I.'i and 10 nf the regulations, are cancelled.
Additions have been made to the prize list lis follows.
Ilorsos���Single driver under If, hands, if;_! and ,1.
Dogs���Best of any breed, 821! medal by Dr. Armstrong of NelBOll
Fowls���Silver Spangled Hamburgs, ,!l and ,1,
Rabbits���Best pair any breed, ���$:' aud $1.
Painting���Painting on china, s>
Bread���See special advertisement. '' j!
���?i_��IU.KJ?jaoe<XXXM.XXXXXXXXKXS>!
West Transfer Co.
N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER.
Goal aw Wood
Hcst   Fir  and  Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work*
Jfllec on  Bailor Street TeL Si��
**************************
' E H. PLAYFOED j
& CO.
MADDEN    BLOCK
OCK      |
Cigars- !
Tobacco
Phone 117 .
X******************* ***'**'

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