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Daily Edition No.  1098
Nelson;   British  Columbia, Friday,  July 26, 1901
Eleventh  Year
BIG FIRE AT
Nearly   a   Million   Feet
Lumber Goes Up In
Flames.    '
of
ing ground, but the fish   when   taken
by nets and refused   by   the   cannery
fl "D A TVT T\    T. AT) T^O i "U!n   ",0   l'"'own   'liud into   the  sea
U"_~jA1NJJ    i UJt____~. jand rot.    The cost   of   fish   taken   In
traps is loss than tlie cost of IIhIi taken in nets, nntl as the salmon can bg
kept alive in traps until wanted, -the
lish are put up ln 'resher and therefore in better condition, thgji'can be
the case when they are kept ]__ SCown
or boats for an extended period subsequent to their being'taken out of
the net.
After referring to'the strike   of last.
General News From Various
Parts of the Province,
lake.
was
ht at
Grand Forks,, R. C, July
Snr.iggettu sawmill at smelter
three miles from Grand Forks
totally destroyed by fire last nl;
midnight, Thi flames also spread to
the lumber 1 iles und nearly a million
(eel went up iu smoke. Two loaded.
cars at the mill could not be save;].
About .1,000 worth of lumber own,,~
by the Granby smelter was also bn_D.
eil. The total loss will be about 130,.
1100, partially insured. The origin 0,
the liri' is unknown but U is throught
to have been ncoidonta). Mr, tWag-
gctt will rebuild.
AN/fMMENSE
Conflagration !
TO SELECT A
SUITABLE JUDGE
Loss  of S700.00G  In   Pro
perty in Davenport, La.
Hundreds Homeless.
Groat Preparations at Washington   for   the   Naval
Court of Inquiry.
Victoria, 11. C, July Sg.���Col.
Holmes, D, O. C, tired til. UrKt shot
m the annual meeting of' the Iiille
Association todny. The c .h.Htions in
I he forenoon were splendid ami high
scores wee made. Coljjr-Sergennt
Kendall making a po~~il>|��� _o in the
Westminster match. Ttjjs afternoon
a high wind prevails;! an_ palled
ilovviis tlio scores. Viate)rju was hnnd-
icupped by absence of four cracks at
llisley, the mainland therefore showing up best. Wall, Nimauno, tonight
is third in the aggregate Having 103,
Turnhull and Mill of Mew Westminster leading him with 105 an_ toi.
SALMON INDUSTRY.
Report Sent   to   \Vashing ton   by   the
American   Consul.
Vuncouer, July' -.3.���(Special Correspondence )���Tho following report of
the salmon Industry bus been sent to
Washington, li. 0., by Colonel Edwin Dudley, Amt,,|__��� consul in his
olliciul trade retul_s. Although it is
written by Col. Vallte Warren, it is
endorsed by the American consul at
Vancouver, who says. Coi. Warren's
statements may V)e relie_ ���porj IulIy.
lie iB not interred as a fisherman
or 11 cannciyinai|.
The comparative failure of the salmon fisheries of the Fraser river by
drift nets is likely to raise the ques
lion of altering the law which prohibits the use gf traps for the taking
ot salmon v,ithln the limits of
Hritish Columbia waters. It is asserted that there jS _n���>ii reason in the-
argument tli(lt salmon bred in the
Fraser river _re takou iu the United
States watcrs to so groat an extent,
ai In uoriouijiy affect the industry on
the other side 0I the lin(. aud it is
furthei assorted that the use of traps
ia 11 better aiul less destructive mode
of mpturjng tho fish. Should this
view of a largo proportion of the
britisli eiinHe-y rae_ be ac jepted we
can expect to see the law altered   and
II very large number of traps erected
at the entrance of the Fuca straits,
and probably on the Wostern side of
Viincouvg't inland, so as to catch the
,lll,"��n before they enter the United
Mates   Outers   where the   salmon in-
lr- 's now established.
���' "ulst be borne In mind   that   the
"'''l "'.!ts cannot be used in   tideways
where the sea runs swiftly   as it does
III 'be straits of Fuca. It is held tbat,
Hide are many places on the British
s'de vhero tbe traps could be placed
along the Coast of Vancouver Island
11,1,1 .would got the first haul of the
great sWaim of salmon before they
9tite;,ed United States waters, in the
��aiui, wn~ t-���at the traps now used
M,,nh of the British boundary line
don anticipate the eatehes made by
1,10 lisliermen north of the line.
'���lit there are other and very seri-
~us reasons why the whole question
brese.pl; fishing laws of Canada,
as affecting the salmon fishing should
" taken up by the authorities with a
view of altering those laws. It is held
��� -i.it there is a useless destruction of
' ilmon caused by the drift nets in
J'ifi years when there   is a large   run.
'housands of fish are thrown away
��� n consequence of the canneries being
'luable to lmndlo the large number
caught. If traps are used, the fish
wluni net required are released, and
proceed on their way to   the  spawn-
of
year the writer /Sayn: "A ijlargc proportion of tliesij fishermen expect, to
make in twomonths enough to keep
them in comparative Idleness for the
rest of they year. The consequence of
this gambling, for it is little less, ta
sure tu bo injurious to tho industry
and t_ tho morale of the so called
"���bjfemen engaged in it, who are fish-
crJnen lor two months and carry on
^dd jobs for the other ten months.
Last year ihey were present in such
numbers thnt their nets extended
across tho estuary from sido to side
for miles. Thus ull entrance to the
river waB barred. If traps were used,
11 free passage would always  be  left,
In trap fishing the fishermen are
employed for eight months in the
vear, and form a body of workers
who can count on steady employment
and must consequently be of superior
cliiB- as fishermen to those who go in
for a three months' gamble and find
themselves adrift for the remainder of
the year. It is said that there arc
too many fishermen to moet the supply of salmon needed by the canneries, and tho vast strotch of their nets
lenders it difficult if not impossible,
for a sullicicnt number of fish to
get to the spawning beds."
Colonel Warren is president of the
Forest and Stream Club, and claims
to have given the salmon canning
question every consideration, going
to great pains to secure proper data.
ANOTHER   BOUNDARY SMELTER.
Granby Company to Put in Another
Plant   at  Grand Forks.
Grand Forks, July 25.���Jay P.
Graves, genoral manager of the Granby Consolidated Mining & Smelting
company, said today that another
corporation that will iholude leading
shareholders in the Granby will
build a smelter in Grand Forks, says
a despatch to the   Spokesman-Review
A site adjoining the Granby plant
lias already been selected. In addition the Granby smelter, which by
Octobor will be, treating 1,300 tons
daily and converting its own matte,
will be further enlarged next summer to a capacity of 2,000 tons a day
if present plans do not miscarry.
"We have in contemplation,"
said Mr. Graves, "tbe consolidation
into one company of the City of Paris
and the Majestic groups as well as
several unincorporated properties in
White's cump, the Northwest Development company's group, and the California in Rossland. The proposed
corporation will be organize this coming fall or winter,' and will build its
own smelter adjoining the Granby
smelter. Both corporations, however,
will bo entirely distinct. Hitherto
we have laid out our plans two years
ahead and thus far they have been
realized. The proposed City of Paris
smelter will probably be built next
year and will start with at leaBt two
furnaces.
"The new corporation, of course,
will be enabled to have its own matte
treated at the Granby oonverter, now
being erected.
'"The Granby smelter enlargement," added Mr. Graves, "is making
good progress and by October we
should be treating 1,200 tons daily.
Ae soon as the enlarged plant is completed and working and our mines
fully equipped, we will, as already
contemplated, erect two additional
furnaces. These latter improvements,
of course, can not be effected before
1002 at the earliest."
TO P-AY SPANISH BALL.
Havana, July 25.���A number of
Spanish merchants have sent Senor
Galbis, a lawyer, to New York, to
make arrangements for the introduction there of the Spanish game of ball
and to build a "fronton" (a wall
from which the ball rebounds) near
Central Park. The game is drawing
large crowas in Havana.
VISITING WOLMARANS.
The Hague, July 25.���Mr. Kruger
arrived heretthis afternoon and proceeded to the residence of Mr. Wol-
marans, one of the Boer envoys, at
Scheveningon, a watering place on tho
Nortli Sea.
A Number of People Injured
in Escaping From Fire
ln   Massachusetts,
Davenport, Lu., July 25.���Fire last
night destroyed un area of sawdust
and residence property in Davenport,
equal to twenty ordinary city blocks,
causing a loss of $700,000. The llamts
started in a big pile of kindling
wood of thc Rock Island Fuel Co.,
on the levee. A brisk breezo was
blowing which carried the Haines directly across the immense lumber
yards of Waycrha.iser Donlmann,
which wore totnlly destroyed. The
spread of tho Hie was so rapid that
thc workmen barely had tiuiej to escape. The Humes pushed their way
into the adjoining residence district,
closely settled with middle class
homes, the average value being a few
thousand dollars each from which
thc occupants escaped only with their
lives, and the clothing on their backs.
Over fifty homes were thus burned,
some of them tenements, resulting in
a hundred familes being rendered
homeless.
North Atloboro, Mass., July 25.���
A fire that was attcndeil by the doath
of Miss Jennie Stanely, 20 years old,
a member of a prominent family
and the injury of a number of others
occurred this afternoon in a Broad
street three-story building. The
loss was !f:io,0(io, covered by insurance. Thos. G. Frothinglium and
William Smith, of Frotbingham _
Co., who were cut olf by the tire,
were forced to leap from the third
story window. Mr. Frothingham's
wrist and nose were broken, his
body lacerated and it is feared he
sustained internal injuries. Mr.
Smith suffered general injuries.
Chas. Warren jumped from the second
story and fractured one of his legs.
Staurt Jones foreman for Froth ing-
11 u 111 & Co. jumped from the third
story and sustained injuries to his
spine. There were 100 persons in the
building. Miss Stanley left the
building and went back to place the
books in a safe. Sbe walked to an
open door on the second floor ami fell
to the ground, Her clothing and
flesh were .till burning, antl she dice
tonight from her injuries.
sputeh that Rear   Admiral Ktrabcrlej
would ask to be relieved from the de-
I tall on account of 111   healtb.   Should I
I he decline, the   secretary   will   select
one of the other rear admirals lo take
his place.
CONSTITUTION   STRIKES _   ROCK.
MORE PEACE   RUMORS.
Nert'
Emperor William to Take the
Role of the Dove of Peace.
London, July 20.���The rumor as
to early peace negotiations which
has pervaded the House of Commons,
for some days, says tlie Daily Express.
has taken the more definite form lhat
Emperor William is soon to assume
the role of peacemaker. Mr. Kruger
and his advisers are represented as
having empowered the Kaiser to act
for the Boers, and he is considered
willing to take the initiative in order
to popularize himself with the German people who disapprove his friendship for Great Britain. Something
apparently is on foot whether Emperor William is in it or not. Mr. Kru-
ger's arrival at The Hague is connected, the Daily Express thinks, with
the peace suggestions.
WAR NEWS.
London, July 20,.���A fow days ago,
says a despatch to the Daily Mail
from Cadiz, a battle was fought between the French and Moors near
Figug. It was thc result of the
French operations to subugate the
tribes south of tho Atlas mountains
and to occupy the Oasis of Taffet.
The French were victorious. Thu
Moors assert that the French govern
ment hus 9000 troops on the Moorish
border.
London, July 20.���The War Office
has received the following despatch
from Lord Kitchener  dated  Pretoria:
"Garret's column captured a Boer
convoy taking 25 prisoners near R'eitz-
burg. Our casualties wero eight.
French's columns aro gradually pushing the enemy north in Cape   Colony.
Yacht Constitution Strikes a
P.ock and Is Defeated
by Columbia.
Washington, D. C, July 25.���"All
day Secretary Long was engrossed
in tho consideraion of tho details of
Hie court Seeking particularly for a
suitable judge advocate realizing that
upon this officer would devolve the
largest measure of responsibility for
the conduct of the inquiry, to a successful issue. It was thought that
such a man hud been found in the person of Commander Jonn E. Pillsbury,
u sailor who has the brightest reputation professionally and is moreover
regarded as of a judicial temperament.
In fact, it was announced early in
the day at the department that he had
been selected for the place. But later,
on more mature consideration, his
mime was abandoned, It was recalled
that as commander of the dynamite
cruiser Vesuivus he had served under
Sampson off .Santiago, and moreover
as equipment officer of the Boston
navy yard and was now again a subordinate of the satno admiral. In his
desire to e.icape all criticism on- the
point of bias, Secretary Long felt
that these were reasons sufficient for
loolrne, out for new material and for
some man who was absolutely disassociated from 'lie greut controversy in
any pbaHe. Late this afternoon he
believed he had found such an officer
��u the person of Captain Sam C. Lem-
ley, the judge adovcate general of the
navy, a selection calculated because of
the rank of the officer to constitute a
full recognition of the dignityg and
importance of the forthcoming court
of inquiry. While it cannot be said
that the matter is absolutely settled
Secretary Long went so far as to ask
Lemley if he felt free toasceptthe assignment if it were offered to him
and it is believed that Captain Lemley will decide to answer ia the
affirmative. Captain Lemley bas
known both men, Schley better than
Sampson perhaps. He was one of
Schley's personal friends when ne
(Lemley) was in the active line of
service, and accompanied Sehley, on
the famous Greeley relief expedition
and rend-red valuable servioe to him
on that occusion which service the
enior officer recognized. On the
other hand Captain Lemley has known
mpson officially in the navy department when the admiral wus at the
head of the ordance bureau and they
were thus thrown into close contact
in a bi'sinees point of view for several
years. .
Capt.Lemley had arranged to depart
from Washington on his annual leave
ou a trip through Canada some time
in August. Should he accept this new
trust ho will arrange to leave on an
earlier date in order to return in
season to study this celebrated case
before the sourts meet on September
12. Meanwhile the clerical force of
the judge advocate's department can
prepuie the mass of documentary evidence necessary for use before the court
and witnesses ut distant points may
be summoned. Under the ordinary
rules of practice the judge advocate
ol the navy is called on to review the
proceedings of court martials and
courts of inquiry. Secretary Long
has piomlscd Captain Lemley that it
he acts as judge advocate of the
Schley court, he will be exempted
from the duty of reviewing the proceedings. Captain Lemley was judge
advocate of the Jeanne court of inquiry.
The precept of tho court probably
will bo issued tomorrow. It promises
to be a rather extended statement of
the scope of the inquiry oompared
with su.h documents in less import-
ant cases.
Hear Admiral Schley was not notified today by the department, of the
officers who will decide his case jbut
the precept will be sent to him and it
will constitute his official notification. Secretary Long did formally
notify the officers who had been chosen to constitute the court of their
selection and ho was disappointed to
learn from   the   Associated   Press de
CANADIAN BOAT
WINS EASILY
Detailed Account of thu Race Between
the Two Big Yachts yesterday.
Newport, 11. I., July,. 85.���The Columbia today in a rattling thresh t.
windward from New London to Newport gave; the Constitution a greut
and unexpected beating, the Constitution finished a good third of a mile
Off. The victory was surprising for
the race wus sailed in weather that
as a rule, has just suited the Consti-
tuton, the wind never exceeding 11
12-knot gale, and thc sea being comparative smooth. It was not until
Newport was reached and tlie Constitution had been shaokltjd to ber moorings that an intelligent explanation of
her rare good drubbing could be giv-.
en. The Constitution following light
in the wake of tho Columbia, the
leading yacht in the big sloop clasB,
struck twice on a ledge near the race
rock lighthouse. There was a substantial bump on each occasion of the
strike and after this accident, the
Constitution acted like a lame
duok. Mr. Duncan, who is in command said this evening, that he believed some of the plates on the leaden keel were wrenched off by the
force of the impact on the hard rock
and thai these plates forming the fin,
acted as a drag on the yacht and made
her incapable of showing her usual
racing form. A diver was sent down
shortly after the Constitution had
been docked tonight but was unable
to make a satisfactory examination,
and Mr. Duncan decided not to race
the boat further until hhe has been
hauled out and opportunity given for
a thorough investigation. There will
be no race betwoon the big sloops
tomorrow therefore, and the Constitution is expected to go to Bristol to be
docked ln tbe morning. Thc official
finish time wus, Columbia, 0.21:55,
and tbe Constitution, 6.34:16, Elapsed
time, Columbia, 6.50:20; Constitution,
6,58:31, The course covered was 40
nautical miles.
Montreal   Express   Collldos
Wilh  Grave!   Train  on
Boston & Maine.
Jtate Executive Committee of
South Carolina Bouuce
a  Senator.
COLUMBIA WINS.
Bateman's Point, July   25.���Columbia wins.   The Constitution appeared
to be about a half mile bhind.
ROW AT NORTHPORT.
Union   and   Non-Union   Men Have a
Quarrel on-the Streets.
Northport, Wash., July 25.���W. H.
Botroff and three other non-union
smeltermen named O'Brien, Jucuson
_nd Barrett, became involved in an altercation with ajiutuber of union sympathizers this morning at 1 o'clock.
The affair took placo on lower Columbia avenue, just inside tlie city limits. Botrotf left his companions and
started to leturn to the smelter
About a block from the scene of the
first difficulty he met Jacob Iletzell, a
union man. Some words pusscd between the two, and Hctztl claims
that Botroff started to draw a revolver. They clinched, and Iletzell proving the stronger man,overpowered Bot
roff. City Marshall Deitrlck bad
been telephoned for, and be arrived at
this juncture and arrested Botroff for
carrying concealed weapons,
Botroff told Marshall lleitrickof the
earlier part of the fray, and a search
was instituted for his companions. Up
to 3 o'clock no trace of them could be
found. It was feared thnt tbey had
come to some harm, but late .in the
afternoon they appeared at the
smelter.
Botroff was brought before Police
Justice Hughes, who found him guilty
of carrying concealed weapons and im
posed a fine of $100 and costs. Notice
of appeal to the superior court was
filed and the piisoner wus released
under $200 bonda.
Nothing definite can be learned of
the treatment received by the other
non-union men. It is asserted that
they wore run out of town and that
the smelting coinpany is jh-cpaiing
affidavits on the case, which will he
piesented in the federal courts, together with a petition for an' injunction restraining the strikers from interfering with the company's employes. Manager Kadish was seen
this evening, but refused to make any
statement.
Montreal, July 25.���Tho first race
for the Soawanh.ika cup sailed today
resulted in an easy victory for the
Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Club's do-
fender, Sennevllle, over the Euglish
boat, Gray Friar. Thc Scnneville
won by nearly 20 minutes. Tho
race was sailed over a 16-mile course,
two miles to wiiidvvurd und return, In
a light and lluky wind which veered
completely round before the race was
finished,
Montreal, July 25.���The Provincial
government has established an assay
office in Montreal and placed M. L.
llersey in charge.
News of the death of Rev. A. B.
McKay,pastor of Crescent street church
at Seven Islands below Quebec was
received today. No particulars worn
given, but it is reported tho reverend
gentleman met his death in a yacthing
accident. Crescent street is ono of
'.he largest Preebyteran churches in
the city.
Bellows Falls, Vt., July 25.���The
Montreal express over the Boston &
Maine railroad, leaving here at 3.05
p. m. ran into a gravel train near
the Springfield station this afternoon
and the engineer of tho gravel train,
Geo. Corliss, of Wiudsor, waB killed.
None of the passengers   were Injured.
Glace Bay, C.B. July 25���This place
narrowly escaped destruction by firo
this morning, a heavy downpour of
rain saving it. The P. W. A. hall,
Gunn and Halley's auction room, a
residence owned by John Carmichael,
and the stores of John McNeill and
Mclsaac and Cassidy were destroyed.
The loss was well covered by insurance.
Ottawa, July 25.���At a meeting of
the cabinet today it was ducided that
O'Brien shall hang on August 23 for
the triple murder committed by him
on the Yukon trail.
BOUNCED TUB SENATOR.
Columbia, S. C, July 25.���The
state executive committee late tonight adopted a resolution ruling
Senator Maurin out of the Democratic
party. The action was totally unexpected.
The district deputy grand patriarch
will install the officers of Nelson Encampment N. 7, I. O. O. I".,this evening. All Patriarchs and visiting Patriarchs aae asked to bo present.
NORTH DAKOTA CHOP.
St. Paul, July 25.���President J. J.
Hill, of the Great Northern railway,
on the day of hiB departure for the
west, received a letter from G. S.
Barnes, of Fargo, who stated that
North Dakota is confronted with a
serious problem in taking care if its
crop, which is about, toady for hai vest.
Last year, owing to the fact that a
poor crop had been advertised, there
was a scarcity of men. This year ut
least 20,000 men will be required in
Nortli Dakota to help secure tho crop.
Mr. Barnes asked the aid of the Great
Norther, railway in soliciting labor
for the harvest season in North Dakota, stating that mon could be secured
from Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa, if
they were assured ot a long season's
work.
"The Great Northern has received
many letters from North Dakota people ou the same subject, " said General
Passenger Agent V. 1. Whitney.
"They are asking that the people of
��,t. Paul and Minneapolis interest
themselves in this question. This
year will witness thc harvesting of
thc greatest crop that North Dakcta
has uver seen. Kansas first could not
secure enough hands; now, on account
of the crop failure there, she needs
none, North Dakota has a bumper
crop, but, unless enough help is secured to harvest it that state will lose
much money and suffer a heavy financial blow.
"Harvesting will begin in North
Dakota about AtigOSt l,and, commencing at that time the railroads will
make a nite of $5 to nil harvesting
points in the state."   __________
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V Nhlsom  Dailv Miner,   Phioav.   Julv __, 1901
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The Nelson Miner
1 iiblinhcd   Ever.   Mnrnlnn  Kxcoyt  Monday
BUBUCTtlPTlON IIATK8:
iMIly. per month, by carrior	
Datly,per month, by mall	
Dully, per year, by carrier	
I Lilly, per year, hy iimil	
Dolly, per year foreign	
.. 50c
..��7 OO
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WKKK1.Y  MINKIl:
Weekly, pur half year  I1 25
Weekly,pot rear   JJ9
\Vi-nkly, per year, r.irt-i|~l ��� w
ubscrlplioiiLi invariably In ailvance.
LONDON OFFICE:
1 li Fleet Stroot, K. 0,
Central  PreM Asteiicy, Ltd., Special Agent*
Alnxiliiil~r tl Cn.. V21 FU-t A vomit), Spokano,
W.i-li.. k��o. ti.i- paper on Hie. una nre our
n_thoi_sa_ ngonU for advottlseinenUi anil sub-
riLTiptionw
The fate ot K. L. Blohardson, who
represented Llsgar in this Parliament
and the lust aud who was unseated
Inst week for corrupt practices at his
election, shows that the path of an Independent politician is a rough one.
He quarrelled with the Liberal cause,
which lie bad espoused consistently
before entering tlio Dominion House,
and then as proof that he was thoroughly Independent, quarrelled with
the Conservatives of Manitoba, who
supported him at the last election,
over the Manitoba railway policy.
When it came to the protest it turned
out that it had more friends than be
did, so between the wheels of both
great parties the political life was
ornsbed out of bim. Independence
as a theory Is all right but as an
agency to keep a man in Parliament
it is nowhere with practical politics.
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
INCOHPOHHTED    1670.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Cotton Goods
AT LARGELY REDUCED PRICES.
Framed
Pictures
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The suggestion of Mr. Mill liner,
OOntained in bis letter in today's
Miner, is an excellent ono nnd it is to
be hoped that tho local fruit growers
will adopt it. Enough land can be
secured in this district to make it a
fruit exporting country and tu allow
the residents to procure the home
grown article at a price very much below that now paid for inferior stuff
brought from across the line.
This is tho mosquito season and
any expedient to relieve subuiban
distiietsof the pest will be gladly accepted by a suffering humanity. Thus
the world is under an obligation to
The Dauphin Press for the following
advice: "To expel mosquitoes, take
of gum camphor a piece thout one-
tliirn the size of a iicn's egg,and evaporate it by placing it in a tin vessel
and holding It over a lamp, taking
care that it does not ignite. The
smoke will soon BU the room and expel the mosquitoes, and not one will
bo found in tho room Hast morning,
even though the windows should be
left open at night." As the anglers
are the chief sulTcrers here, it is evident that, to thoroughly enjoy thc bon-
elits of this cure, they will have to
fish iu thc bath room.
Japan is progressing rapidly and
as a countiy that has developed civilization speedily it holds the world's
record. The development of "yellow" journals is a retrogade movement but there is still an opportunity
for tlie country to be civilized out of
it. At present u movement is on
foot in the Flowery King"m for the
general teaching of tho Russian language. If the little Japs master it
they should be able to undertake it.
TRIBUTES.
Victoria Times: Another of the
well-known newspaper men of Canada
has gone to the land where indignant
inbsoribera cease from troubling. The
sudden and Violent death of Mr.
Beaton at Nelson will cause great regret in Canada. The deceased was a
polished Writer, logical and convincing in his presentation of arguments,
and conspicuously fair to his political opponents, lie was the peer of
any man in Hritish Columbia, if not
in Canada, with the pen, and his
knowledge of the country and its necessities was unsurpasecd.
Vancouver Province: The death of
Mr. Ilcnton of the Nolson Minor, under such distressing circumstances,
was a terrible shock to all who knew
hiui. He was a man of much ability,
and of independent mind, and his
death will be a distinct loss not only
to tbe community in which ho mado
his home, but also to the wliolo province of llrit ish Columbia. Sympathy
with the bereaved family will be general nnd sincere.
Nelson Tribune: Much expressed
sympathy was beiud yesterday on the
streets for the late D. ,7. Beaton; sympathy that he did not get when alive.
A man who has passed the age of
sixty years, who is penniless and
friendless, if sent across tho dark
river painlessly, is not in need of
much sympathy from anyone.
Victoria Colonist: The sad accident, which resulted in the death of
1). 3. Beaton, editor of the Nelson
Miner, has   removed fiom Britisli Co-
600 yards oi good Prints, :;7 inches
800 yards drum's best Prints	
260 yards Ohatnbray, handsome designs  ��� ��� ���	
am yards I'ancy Muslins, former prices 2.r)0., 3r,c, and 50c, your choice....
BflO yards Fancy Dress Goods for sjimluer wear, including many all-wool
goods 42 inches wide	
2.H yards Wash Silks, fancy and plain	
$10.11(1 Orash Costume	
.$12.00 White Costume     .   *
0 2.-.
0   I.'i
8 00
$7.50 Colored Costume.
5 IN)
Have ii look lit onr windows, where you will see these goods marked in
plain figures. ___________________
TELEPHONE    NO.    13.
Hudson's Bay Company,
I90I I90I
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 & GO.
Come and See Our
New Arrival of
Beautiful Framed
Art Productions.
Call Early.  They are
X Selling Fast.
? D. McArthur 8 Co. (
J. Q. NELSON, Manager.
Furniture Dealers,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
] BABY CARRIAGES
I GO-CARTS
| RECLINING GO-CARTS
| VERANDAH CHAIRS
4 RATTAN CHAIRS
From $10.00 up 5
From $2.50 up g
From $13.50 up w
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE 142
BAKER STREET
lumhia journalism one ot itu brightest
ornaments. The Colonist extends to
the hereaved family its most sinoere
sympathy.
Vancouver World : Newspaper men
everywhere in the west will deplore
tlie untimely death of I>. J. Beaton of
tho Nelson Miner.
The.late Mr.
in   the   city
Winnipeg Free Press:
Beaton was well known
having for several years been connected with the citv journals, for a
greator part of tbe time as editorial
writer on the Free Press. lie was
regarded as one of the best writers in
Canada.
A   GOOD   SUGGESTION.
To the Editor Daily Miner:
Sir,���I wonder if any of your readers have any interest in the following
idea. That all the fruit growers in
this vicinity combine into an association or society for-their mutual benefit and instruction Competition your
by year becomes keener and unless the
most modern methods are employed
in the cultivation, etc., of all fruit;
then horticulture hardly pays. Rumor
has said this season that a lot of frnit
has been sold In Nelson as local fruit
that really oame from a distance. As
local fruit comes into Nelson freshly
picked, and not on the green side, it
stands to reason that the flavor of the
fruit is better and that the price
should be. Now a Bociety of the fruit
growers of this distriet could do a
lot together for their own benefit,
could have meetings, have reports
read and also should choose one of
the lake ranches for an experimental
station. A station of that nature
would decide the best varieties for
this locality and would cost nothing.
Membership to tho proposed society
need not be restricted to fruit growers or those engaged thereby, but
might be open to all who take an interest in the too often unoticed, yet
wonderful works of nature as Illustrated in horticulture. 1 think 1 can
reckon on half a dozen membors myself, if any of your readers would
communicate with me, wo could arrange a meeting to discuss details and
rules. Also arrange for election of
officers etc.. Hoping that many will
see to this "Pro bono   publico."
F. II. ()P.EVIf,I,E-MDLI~~~ER,
Horticulturist, Kokanee Creek Ranch.
Nelson, I). C.
SALMON IN    LAKE SUPERIOR.
Results of an Experiment in Stocking
the Great Lakes With Fish.
In a dispatch from Dulutn, Minn.,
the Winnipeg Telegram says: Four
years ngo the Duluth fish hatchery
planted several thousand try of the
steel-head salmon in Canadian waters in the vicinity of Port Arthur.
This is a Pacific Coast salt-water fish,
uno they were planted at Port Arthur
as an experiment, to seo how tbey
would tliri/e, and to see if a new
food lish might not be supplied from
Luke Superior.    Only u few  thousand
of these fish were planted in these
waters. One lot was deposited in
the lake at the mouth ol Current river, and tbe balance at the Silver Islet
doeic. From time to time, the past
two years, an occasional cateh of cne
of these fish has been reported, the
largest being about three pounds in
weight. This fish was taken at Ross-
port, close to 150J miles east of Port
Arthur and was supposed to have
reached that point from Isle Rovale,
around which several thousand of tbe
steel-head fry had heen planted.
Those planted at Silver Islet in
Canadian waters seem to have thrived as several of them have been
caught lately. Last week Captain
Malouey's tug Georgina brought into
Port Arthur two of these ���~sh the
largest of which weighed five pounds.
The fish was symmetrical iu form,
and its flesh was a beautiful salmon-
red. Tne Lake Superior steel head
possesssea a most delicate flavor, and,
in greaternnmbers,would be a very
valuable and popular fish.
The weight attained by the specimens caught from time to time would
indicate a growth of at least a pound
a year. Should the lake be st.cked on
a large scale by the Canadian and
United States governments, four
years' prohibition of catching' would
give t3 local and eastern markets one
of the most sought Pauific  Coast   fish.
The steel-heads are now spawning,
and fishermen who catch them in
tneir neta will conserve their own interests by returning them to t|ie lake.
WASHINGTON FRUIT CROPS.
Colfax, Wash., July 28.���Large
shipments of cherries and other fruits
are being made from Colfax to points
in Idaho, Wyoming and Montana
daily. The fruit goes by express and
the largest portion of it is sent to
Cheyenne, Wyo., Pocntallo, Idaho,
and Dillon, Mont,, although half a
dozen other points are also receiving
regular shipments of fnuit from this
country. The piioes obtained for
cherries are higher than for a number
ot yearB, owing to tbo fact that the
crop is lighter than usual. The
prices for other fruits also are high
and the fruit growers of Eastern
Washington will make big money
this year as the yield is the largest
for a number of years, and the quality is unusually fine,
ROOSEVELT FOB   PRESIDENT.
Kansas City, Mo., July 85.���Fifty
prominent Kansas City, Republicans
have organized a 1904 Theodore Roosevelt club. Its pnrposes are to secure
the nomination of Vice-President
Roosevelt for president in the Republican national convention in 11104 und
to have this convention hall In Kansas City.
ENDED IN A DRAW.
Lowell, Mass., July SIS.���Tbe Flaherty Gardner fight resulted in a
draw, 20 rounds.
Miss Olla Holmstead, of Vancouver, is in the city on a visit to her
sister Mrs. Parkinson, of this  city, j
FOR SALE
Reynolds' Livery   Stable
ON HALL STREET
Will Be Sold Cheap
Three years lease on  ground
property   at  $10.00
per month.
Apply to
1.1CAE15H, UHt
Baker Street.
~S Reception, Easy and  Large  Rockers ��r;
1 PARLOR SUITS |
3 Reception Chairs, Couches, Lounges, Divans. g
1 THE MARSHALL SANITARY MATTRESS. ��
:_g pAf, SEPT., 1000. W
|��1l����~!i~!i^
GALT COAL
For domestic or steam use
A  full   supply  always  on
hand.
Rates 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 m Wood
Best   Fir and  Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Office on   Bnk��r Street. ,   Tel. 33
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of the Estate of William Thomas Ileadles, late of the
town of Salmo, British Columbia,
deceased, intestate.
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to
the "Trustees and Executors' Act,"
that all creditors and others having
claims against the estate of the said
William Thomas Readies who died at
Nelson. 11. C, on the 17th day of
April, 1001, are required on or before
the 2ilth day of August, 1001, to send
by post prepaid, or deliver to the undersigned, solicitors for the administrator of the estate of the said deceased at Nelson, Ii. C, their Christian
names and surnames, addresxes and
descriptions, the full particulars of
their claims, the statement of their
accounts, and the nature of the securities if any, held by them.
And fuither take notice tbat after
snch last mentioned date the Administrator will proceed to distribute the
assets of tbe said deceased among the
parties entitled thereto, having regard only to tho claims of which he
shall hnvu then had notice, and that he
will not be liable for the said assets
or any part tbcreof, to any person or
persons of whose claims notice shall
not have heen receved by him at the
time of such distribution.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 18tb day
of Julv, 1001,
MACDONALD Sc JOllNSON,
Solicitors for   James   Lawrence,   administrator of the estate of  the said
deceased intestate.
OALL ON  THE
NELSON WINE CO.
hwI try a bottle, a dozen, or a barrel of
CALGARY BEER as it Is the best and
cheapest on tho market. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
FRANK  A. TAMBLYN. M.-...���.
Tolophon   SB. Holier Ht   N'olwn. H, O
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL  KIND-   OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.  C.   TRAVES.   Manager,
K.-W.-C. Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by mail receive careful and prompt att. ntion
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, M. C
������g-VJ.
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Kelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks.; New Denver and JSlocan City.
Order* by malt to u~r branch will have careful t/oi pra_u>t attention.
PIERRE   BROS.
Ladies' aDd Gents' Merchant Tailors and Dyers.
Suit_ Made to Orderr.Oleaned, Dyed, Altered and Eepaiwd.
Josephine St., Opposite Clarke Hotel.
Mall Orders Solicited. p. Q. Box 634
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.
LUipb
er..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
F have a complete stock on hand oi
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings, Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill Bt PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LARDO,
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWAED,
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
"Dora" Mineral Olaim, situate in "">
Nelsou Mining Division of West kootenay Distriol
Where looated: on Craig Monntain,neftr
Craigtown.
Take notioe that I, John D. Ai1 der'
son, P. L. S��� of Trail, B. 0��� age. t for
Herbert Porter, Free Miner'B oer-
tificate No. B olillll), intend 00 d"?14
from the date hereof, to apply ti "'"
Mining Recorder for a certificate "f
improvements, for the purpose Of 0D"
mining a Grown Grant of the a.ov*
claim.
And further take notioe that aotl00'
under section 87 must be oommencw>
before the issuance of suoh Certifi.0'6
of Improvements.
Dated this 1st day of July A. L.-
1901. '
1. D.  ANDERSON.
I C. GWEiLIM, B-,  Sc,
MINING ENGINEER.
Late of Geological  Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. B. C.
���""���J *��"*.;. Nblbon   Daily Minbk, Friday julv 26,   igot
r_oe
z~zz
COURT NEWS
Application was made hy I'. Wilson,
of the firm of Galliher A. Wilson, In
chambers yesterday, for letters- of
administration to llenjaiuin Reeves
late of Silverton, but now residing at
Kgansvillc. Henfrcw County, on tbe
estate of Herbert H. Beeves, to the
amount of f 1,000. The application
was granted. Application was made
nt ��W same time in the case of A1-
lenherg vs. Ritchie, for speedy judgment, which was extendd over until
Monday for the examination of defendant on allidavit. The ease arises
out of a olaim mnde bv defendant iu
the matter of an insurance policy
which he l.ad taken out, that fraudulent representations had been made
to him at the timo of giving notiue
unci thnt in consequence he was not
responsible fur the payment of the
premium due on tho policy of his insurance, lie claimed thai, on account
of the above mentioned fraudulent
representation he should be released
from payment as he had returned
the policy aB soon as he found that
the policy was different to the representations made to him on the matter.
Wheelfr will act for the plaintiff
and Wilson for the defendant. A
similar application was made in the
orse of Allenberg vs Hensoo, which
will ccme up for hearing at the same
time. This is also an insurance casa
and in each ca.c the defendants claim
that representations wore made at the
time of the granting that by the terras
of the insurance policies they were
able to change their occupation and
place of residence without in any way
affecting their policies. It transpires, however, that they are not able
to do his. lleDce tho charge of mis
representation.
A writ was issued yesterday by
Taylor '& Hannington, against the
Hall MineB smolter for $0,000 damages
to Hugh Fraleigb resulting from injuries received in the company's service. It appears that the plaintiff
was injured in the brick making machine at the smelter last April.
While the plaintiff was engaged in
repairing the machine the foreman
caused it to be started with the result
that his left, arm was crushed. Hence
tho present action. The claim for
damages is made under the Employers' Liability Act, and also under the
common law. As to the latter the
prosecution claims tbat the defendants neglectfully engaged this foreman knowing him to be incompetent,
and the injuries were caused by such
incompetence.
As the result of the proceedings le-
ccntly, in the county court, brought
against a Frenchman named Robitalle,
on the charge of unlawfully detaining
a couple of rafts belonging to the
street railway company, an action
was entered yesterday by the defendant in the case against A. V. Mason,
superintendent of the street railway.
for a malicious prosecution, and also
against C. W. Young, Provincial constable for false imprisonment, arising
out of his arrest for not delivering up
the floats when asked to do so. Yesterday a writ was served by thc
plaintiff's solicitors for $500 general
damages and also $00 for other damages.
There were three oases before his
woiship, the mayor, yesterday. Two
of them were a couple of well known
characters wbo bad been indulging
too freely in firewater and in a somewhat helpless .condition were found
by the police, who ran them into the
cooler. Yesterday morning thoy appeared clothed in their right minds
and were let off by paying the usual
line of $!> and costs. The other was
a case of alleged assault, where a
member of one of tbe steamboat staff,
camo into the city and under the influence of the weather oi something
more stimulating, began to be abusive, so much so that he was charged with assaulting the lady of the
liouse with whom he was rooming.
Witnesses were called to prove that
the defendant had mado the assault
complained of. The evidence, however,wont to show that there had been
a row, but as to the actual attack there
was less proof. However he was not
giv.n the benefit of the doubt and
was fined the sum of $20 and spats.
to ag'eement immediately place tbeir
resignations in the hands of Mr.
Cromwell preliminary to the election of ollicers.
MINING RECORDS.
The following are the mining records for the last two days: Locations
���Bright Morning, in the Alpine Basin, relocation of the Batchelor, located by James J, Nelly ; Nugget, in the
Alpine Basin, relocation of the Cork-
or, locate by Nelson E. HollmgTen;
Dcdi, on Evening Monlain, located
by Thos. M. Parr; Eastern Fractional, on Toad Mountain, bounded on
east by Uolden Chain, south by Kal-
ispel and Great Eastern, east by Gold
Tip, west by Irene, lucated by John
Adams; Western Fractional, on Toad
Mountain, bounded un north by Thistle, soutli by Great Western, and
(hanccy, east by Golden Era, and
west by White Witch, located by John
Adams; William Tell, on Robson R.
R. and ono quarter of a mile east of
Fall creek, located by Ernest Mover;
Free Gold, on north fork of Quaitz
creek, and about one mile from the
town of Ymir. relocation of the Glas-
co, located by F. S, Clements. Certificates of work, were granted on the
Good Hope to Thos. Gallon; Green
Horn, to Thcs. Gallon; Pearl to
Francis J. O'Reilly; Mina, to Francis
J, VReilly: Good Hope Fractional,
to Alva Long.
DEADLOCK OF MINISTERS.
London, July 25.���A deadlock of
the ministers of the powers haB ended,
says the Pekin correspondent of the
Daily Mail. Russia has withdrawn
her proposal to increase the duties to
10 per cent, and has accepted with
important reservations Great Britain's
counter proposal that the source of
revenue ear marked now,shall be considered inadequate, the powers providing for a shortage if it arises.
WORLD'S BICYCLE RECORD.
Salt Lake, Utah, July 25.���W. E.
Samuclson, of Prove, Utah, broke
world's unpacc.l bicycle record here
tonight, riding thc distance* in
1.58 2-5.
J, T. Vogler has left for the Lardeau camp to look ater the interests of
the Rosenberger syndicate in the absence of A. F. Rosenberger, who will
return to Nelson about the 1st of
August.
WORKING 24 HOURS A DAY.
There's no rest for those tireless
little workers���Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Millions are always bUBy, curing Torpid Liver, Jaundice, Blllious-
ness, Fever and Ague. They banish
Sick Headache, drive out Malaria.
Never gripe or weaken. Small, taBle
nice, work wonders. Try them.
25c at Canada Drug ,t Book Co.
LARGE INCREASE OK STOCK.
The Seventh National Bank of New
York Will Be Reorganized.
New York, July 25.���The board of
directors of the failed Seventh Nation
al Bank met today and decided upon
a plan of reorganization for the bank.
The plan provides that the capital
stock be increased $500,010 to $2,00,
000 of new stoek, to be sold at $130
per share. The plans of reorganization includes an understanding that
all other depositors will, be paid in
full on demand. William Nelson
Cromwell stated that a substantial
amount of the new stock had been
already subscribed. Edward P.
Thomas, Edwin Gould, William Cromwell. Frank Bay, William H. Taylor
and Edwin K. Stallo, were constituted a committee of subscribers to con-
sumate the plan of reorganization.
The present directors will,   according
GOOD ADVICE.
The most miserable beings in the
world are those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. More
than seventy-five per cent, of the people in the United States are afflicted
with these two diseases and their
effects; such as Sour Stomach, Sick
Headache, Habitual Costiveness, Pal-
pitatiun of the Heart, Heart-burn,
Waterbrash, Gnawing and Burning
Pains at the Pit of the Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated Tongue aud Disagreeable Taste in the Mouth Coming
up of Food after Eating, Low Spirits,
etc. Go to your Drnggiet and get a
bottle of August Flower for 75 cents.
Two doses will relieve you. Try it.
Get Green's Prize Almanac.
A
Nelson Opera
House
ONE   NIGHT
Monday, July 29
IHE
Kellu Merru
The Great Musical Comedians
Two  Hours   of   High-Class
Entertainment.
Admission 50 and 75c
MM Mil �� SMS <M.
CANADIANS
RAILWAY
OVER
Lin
To  All   Eastern   Points  via
Lake Route or All-Rail.
BUFFALO. $76.00.
Sixty    Days'    Limit.
Good going on August 6th
and 20th.
For pamphlets descriptive of Canadian Pacific tours and for Time Tables,
Rates, Tickets, apply
H, L. Brown,
City Passenger Agent,
J. 8. Cabtek,
Dis. Pass. Agt.
��� Nelson.
E. J. Coyle,
A. G. P. A.
Vancouver
Ai
LIMITED
NOTICE
FAKES-Cash, 10 cents.
Tickets, 10 for 50 cents.
SERVICE���Every 20 minutes, leaving
park and up-town terminus nt 7
a. in. to 10.40 p.m. Early car leaves
H. B. Stores 8:45 a.m.
TRAINS���Care meet 10.1*5 a.m. and
0.45 p m., and outgoing only on
request.
SPECIAL���The public are requested
to stop cars only on the far side of
cross streets; not to ride on, enter
or leave by front platform; also to
motion by band if they intend to
board the car, and to notify conductor a short distance before they
wisli to leave.
OOMI'LAINTS-Will receive prompt
attention at the Company's offloe,
Vernon Street, Oity.
KOOM TO KENT in K. W. C. Block.
on July 1st, corner room facing
Baker and Ward street. Two rooms
en suite on Ward St., and two inside
rooms. Furnished or unfurnished.
Mrs. F. ,1. Squire.
SEAL ESTATE
A large number of good residential
building sites adjacent to tbe lines of
their tramway, chiefly in the southern portion of the city to be sold on
easy temiB.
Apply   Tramway      Oflice,    Vernon
Street.
A V. MASON,
Managing Secretary.
CHINA  HALL
BARGAINS
As we need the space for
other goods, we have decided
to sell out our line of
AT COST!
Call and G-et Prices
Baker Street.
Phone 261.
H. 8c M, BIRD
BROKEN HILL BLOCK.
FOR SALE.
3550 House on Victoria street 32x14,
thoroughly well built, plastered
inside, city water and improved
lot.
S800 Kour-roome<1   house on   Victoria
8286 Two lots on Robson   Btreet  close
to llendryx.
FOR KENT.
$15 Five-roomed cottage on Ward st.
S;i0 Furnished liouse on Victoria street
West.
$28 Furnished house on Carbonate
atreet.
SOT Seven-roomed house on Carbonate
street, electric light, hot air furnace, all conveniences.
820 Honse on Mill street, all improvements.
$20 House on Robson street, close to
Stanley; two fenced lots, all conveniences.
THE
WANT   PAGE.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Advertisements lnterta.1 under this head at
the rate of one oent a word por tn ~erUon. No
acivtirt.im.irn.iit. taken for \mn than 25 oente
Situation Wanted advertisement*, infiorted
three times free of charge.
MISCELLA NEOUS
Are you in   want?   If   you are, tell
the people, through   The   Miner want
column,  what   you are   in   want   of
Vou'll net it.
LADY wishes   Sewing by the   day in
private   families.    '
j ollice.
_f,
M.,    Miller
TO RENT.���Rooms and olliee  in   Clement,   Hillyer block.    Apply to   the
Nelson Electric Tramway offices.
ROOM and board in   private .family.
Apply ou Silica  street, second   door
west of Ward.
ROOM for   rent at   Mrs.   Melieath's,
Silica street.
FOR SALkT���Tug Boat "Red Star.'7
and Barge���At reasonable figures to
cash purchaser or time with good
seourity. Apply to Ontario Powder
Works, Nelson, B.  C.
NOTICE.
From date until October 1 the dentnl
otlices of Nelson will he closed at 1
o'clock, p. a:., ,jn all .Saturdays, remaining closed during the balance of
the day.
W. J. QIJ1NLAN,   II. I). _
1. E.   MORRISON,   0. li   S
T   II. STODUAKT, D.  1). S '
HOUSE to   Bent.���Furnished   or unfurnished, apply T,  Miner otlice.
WANTED
WANTED.���A   young     girl   to   help
with children.    Appiy to Mrs. Tho-
burn Allan, west end Victoria street.
COLORED women wants   position   as
cook   in   family.    Is     a     fiistclass
cook.    Apply Cook, Miner  Office,
A MIDDLE aged woman wants   position as chambermaid   in   hotel   oi
boe.ring house.    City references,    Apply Chambermaid, Miner otlice.
TEACHER WANTED���Holding 2nd
or 3rd class certificate, for Beaver-
mouth school, duties to commence
August 12th. .1. A. Morrison, sec-
treas., Beaver, P. O., II. C.
NELSON Employment Agency. linker
street.    Phone 278.   J. H. Love.
WANTED.���Three Deckhands. Wait-
tesses.    Waiter.      Woman   to    help
cook and wash dishes.    Mess Boy.
WANTED���Men   wanted for   railroad
construction.       Fare   and    employment fee advanced.    Western   Canadian Employment Ollice, Ward st,
MISCELLA NEOUS
WOMAN   wants   work   of   any   kind
during  thu   day.    Apply    at    Miner
Office.
T. G. Procter's houseboat is now for
rent by the day or week. Special rates
for family parties. First-class cook
and attendant in oharge. Rates $2.60
per day. Parties can get off O. P. R.
boats either going or returning from
Kootensy Landing. The boat for the
next two weeks will be stationed at the
mouth of Midge and neighboring creeks,
where a big catch of rainbows is
assured. Apply to T. G. Procter, Baker
street, for further information.
CAUTION   TO   FUSE   CONSUMERS
Mr. Machin, general agent Bennett
Fuse Co., headquarters at Victoria,
B. C., begs to say that in consequence
of attempts to impose spurious and
cheap imitations of their white coun
tercd, patent safety Fuse, Crown
Brand, he feels it necessary to ask
consumers to be sure that they get
the genuine Bennett's Fuse. The sole
agents in Nelson is the Lawrence
Hardware Co.
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the highest cash price for'all
kinds of seoond hand goods. Will boy
or sell anything from an anchor to ��
needle. Fnrnitnre, stoves, oarperta,
-coking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see ma or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 300. Hall
S'reet. Nnlann. F  O
Lip BgIlM.ll.
FOREIGN LIQUORS
A very full line of these, including several reserved brands on
hand. Shipments for Kootenay
are made from Victoria.
Additiops to our stocks are being
continuously received by sailing vessels
via Cape Horn.
CANADIAN    LIQUORS
A stock of these embracing tho
leading brands, is carried at Nelson,
thereby enabling quick delivery to
Kootenay buyers.
ANHEUSER - EU. SCH     AND
BUDWEISER   BEER
Carried In stock at Nclaon.
R. P- Rithet & Oo-, Limited
VICTORIA, B. O,
A- B- GRAY -***��
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head  office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to G. L. LENNOX Bakw St
Nelson 	
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
DROP IN AND SEE OS
Nelnnn. It. O.
IT WILL PAY you to read our ad. iu
another column.  Our blend of tea at
Thirty cents   per pound will suit you.
Kootenay Colfee Co.
IAPAN TEAS���"Spider Leg," "Pan-
fired,' "Sun Cured,"���have a plaee In
our stock. The new "Ceylon Cireeii"
is fine llavored and economical. Kootenay Coffee Co.
hike  Milling  ~��<ii   Properties���We in
anxious II, secure n few free mill Inn; -~iIlI
properties lit once. Tile Prospector's ~\
change, Neluon, It, <:, Uooni 4, K.-W,-..
Block.
LO. I.���Lady's    lace    handkerchief,
between the Tenuis court and Observatory Btreet. Finder please return to .Miner olliee.
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
MiHOKl'K. & CO. t-mlted-Cornor Vernon
JL and Cellar streets, Nelsou���Alnnufuclur
urn of uml wholesale dealers in aerated waters
a~d Iruil, syi-ui-s. nolu agonia fur Halcyon Ho
Bprluga uiiuemi water.  Tolophoni uu.
V[ KLSON SODA WATKH raotoky-
J.1 ~. M. Cunu-lua, Lcsweu���Every known
v L'.nel) ul hofl ilrinks.   P O llox Bt,   '1 otophone
No. Ul. Hoover.Btroot, Nelson. iiomei-nof nie
famous ~i��� Loon llut-.riLLus Miiiuiiii Wator
ARCHITECTS
CIANK Sc MACDONALD (II, Lane, Juinu
i   A. w_cdoa_lai���Architects and auporln
Undents, broken Hill Block, corn.jr tii.kui und
v\ ard siriiuiH, Nelson
COMMISSION M F.KC11 ANTS
HJ. HJVANS Sc OO.-Bakor Stroot, .Noi
a won���WholuMiile dealers in liquor . oi-
gars, cement,. Uro brick and ih o clay, wator
pipe and steel rails,and general oo_u_i__6n
uiorolia&ts*
(iHA'.N,  HAY  AN!) CEREALS
J > BACB__AN ___R MILLING CO., L-rn.-
J.J) Wholesale :t'.d raull dualors in grain,
ha] , Hour, food. Mills at Victoria, Now VVo-t
i~iur,i.or; Edmonton, Alia. Kiev-tors ou Cal-
gars a_a Edmonton Railway*  Mannfaoturom
ut the celebrated II. Sc li. brand cereals.
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD Sc Co���Corner Fron
�� and Hall ~U*.i:_,���Wholesalo grocer
and jobbers in blankets, gloves, miit~, booi~
rubbers, uiaokhiaws and minors' sundries.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
TJs BURNS & Co.���Baker street, Nolson���
Jl a Wholesalo dealers iu fresh aud eureil
meat~.   Cold storage.
WEST   KOOTKNAY   BOTCHER   CO.-
Baljer Street, Nolson���Wholesale doa ���
ors iu frosh and cured moats.
WE HAVE   in stock choice teas from
India, Ceylon, China, and Japan.  We
blend them to your taste.    All   prices
and qualities.    Kootenay Coffee Co.
~oii.si_v~it.ro. rut lead   nines   nmi
prospects wanted.   Semi report and samples to tbe Prospector'* Exeliungc. Nelson.
im:.   Boom* K.-W.-C. block.
IB1 Ronald Ferguson will communicate with Alexander Ferguson, Son-
ya, Ont., or Archibald Ferguson, HJ
Grove street, Wirnipeg, Man., he
will learn of something to his advantage.
LODGE MEETINGS.
A
NKLSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. &
M. mootti second \Yednc..ti;iy  in
month.   Vlt-iting brethcrn welcome
HARDWARE & MININU   SUPPLIES
LAWRENCE UA11DWAEH OO-Bakei
Htrout, Nelson ��� Wholesale deoldra in
hardware, uihierw' t?upi��lice, sporting gOOdfl
etc.
M'LACHLAN BltOcj. IBuccu.^o.-. to Viui
couver Hardware Go, Ltd.) Baker Stafooti
Nelson���Wholesale duuiern in bard ware and
mining supplier, plumbert.' und : m- mi: ii--' hup
plibsi
"\r_ajLeoN hardware co.-wholesale
_J__N    painU, oils and kIuhh; mechaniuH' iooIh.
Agents foi Ontario I'owder Works! flrnamlte
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
riiUKNKK, BEETON & Co.-Cornor Vernon
X and Jo-ophine Street*, Neluon���Whole
sale dealera in litiuoi-H, cigari., and dry goodn.
Agents for Pab-t Brewing Oo. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary.
II
UDfiON'S BAY Co.-Wholesale .rocorlo?
und liquorb eto., iiakar _lrout, Nelson.
P. O. Box 521
ItoproHontAtivc
NelBon.
E. J. SCOVIL
MINIMI BBOKEB, NOTABV I'I1ISLK
Wlmlormoro Mlnoj.   Corronpondeno.Sor.oltixl
wiNnRRMnmm. a. a
If YOUR HORSE
Is   lame    or    interferes
bring him  to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop, Jo
sephine Street
Al-EX. GIBSON.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
"Warfare" Mineral Claim, situate in
the NpIbhii Mining Division of West;
Kootenay District.
Where looated : On Craig Mountain,
near Craigtown.
Take notioe that I, J. D. Anderson,
P.L.8., of Trail, B.C.. nirent for Mrs.
Katherine Seed, Free Miners' Certili-
No. B60.I171, William Seed, Free. Miners' Certificate No. B56,1S,S, and Gideon
Mndorc, Free Mineri. Certificate No.
B5571, intend, (10 days from
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the pnrpose of Obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further tnko notice that action,
under Beotion 87, must be commonced
before the issuance of snch Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 5th day of July, A. D.
1901.
J. D. ANDEESON.
KOOTES AYCOFFBB CO
Our Fresh Boasted Coffee Best of
Quality, as follows :
Java, and Arabian Mooha, por pound I  *>
Java and Mocha Blond, 3 pounds  1 00
!���'lnc HantOH, t pounda  1 00
Santos Blend, C pounds  1 00
Onr  HpoolalBlond, 0 pounds  106
Our Bio Koust, lipuiitulH 100
a trial order goucitrd.
Salkbbooms :
2 DOOP3 EA8T OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOOK   W. BAKER 8T.
WlELSON.        -        B. C
About that second hand article of
yours. You'll sell it if you'll adver'
tise it in The Miner want column
The DAILY MINER
WILL BE DELIVERED TO
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every moming immediately
oa arrival of steamer, at the
^P^w     I. O. O.  F.     Kootonay Lodge
^jS     Sk| No. 16, meota ovory Monday night,
^^H^^ at  their Mall, Kootonay Htr__-L
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially Invitod.
John A, McRao, N.G.   D. W. Rutherford, V.Q
Fred J. Squire, Per. Bee.
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter No. 123, G. It. C.
MeotH third Wednesday. Hojouruing com pan
ions invited. Gcorgo Johnstone, A. K, W.
Matthews, S. K.
NKLSON LODGE   No.iifl, K.of P,
;*\miiel.H in K. of I'. hall, Oddfellows block
ivorv   Tuesday  ovonlng at 8 o'clock
All visiting knight,   cordially   Invited
H. M. Vincknt.C.O,
A. T. Park, K. of R. and a.
Nelson Knca pmont No. T. Moots every 2nd
and ith Friday of each month, in Odd Fellows
Hall, cornor Baker and Kootenay streets.
Nolson. A. H. Clements, C. P.; D. McArthur
R. S.   Visiting brothers always weJAnmfli
NKLSON L. O. L. No. 16U2 meotfl in Kra-
tornlty Hall on first and third Friday ovonlngs
of oacn month at 8 o'clock. Visiting member
cordially invited. W. W. Bradley, W. K.
A. Mlnty, R. S.
LUMUER
NKLSON SAW ANU PLANING MILL-
Oilloo comer Hall ami Front Streets
Nelson���Lumber, coiling, flooring, and ovory
thing in wood for building purposes. Got out
prioes.   Correspondence solid ted.
ORE HACKS AND TWINES,
rp GALLON k, 00.���Dealera In oro sod's
X ��� and twines. Always a large stock on
hand. Telephone296.  Room 1., K.-W.-C. Block
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provinc-aW*!
LaDd Surveyor.
*6q NELSON B C
rate of
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions to be left
with the agent,
D.  J.  YOUNG.
NKLSON ABHIK No. 22, F. O. E��� mcotH
every neoond and fourth WudnuiLLlayc! of each
month. VIhIUdk member, coidlally iuvlt,
Charles PrOHHer. Seorotar..
Kootonay Tent. No. 7, K.,0. T. M��� hold Uic-ii-
re���ular mootln_H in . ratoriiiiiy Hall, 1. (J. u. K.
block, on the 1st and 3rd 'I'luii <l.i> of ench
month. Visiting brcthron corclinlly Invitod to
attond. G. A.Brown, H. K,; A, P, Purdy, Com.
B. J.Steel, D. B.C.
Mines Examined and -.ported On.
NATHAN  HAAS, E. M.
Mining EDginoer.
Koom i. K.-W.C. Illock,
Nblsoi. b. c.
COUUT KOOTKNAY. I. O. K��� No. 81*.
MootingH 4th Thursday cf mouth. Kraloniiil
hall, J A Irving C It.   . - H. Flsminn. H.H
Nelson Court Star of   t_oot_n_y, A. O. V.
Moet- 2nd and   4th    WednesLluys In  (;vcry
nionth. Visiting brothron welcome. W. Mao-
Mlllan, C.K.   Robert fcloLeod.Soc.
A. R. BARROW, a. m. l o.B
Provincial  Land Surveyor
Oorner Victorin and Kootonay Sts.
P.O. Box. Telephone No.
NKLSON'S QUHBN NO. 241
80NS OF ENGLAND, raoeU
lBt and :lnl Wednesday evenini. of
eaoh month at Fiatorniiy hall,
comer of Haker and Eootena?
Btroots. Visiting brethorn cortl-
lall} invitod.
,Ioh>i     AisoN, Secretary.
You shouldn't send out of town for
cardH for yourself or your husband
until you see whut Tlie Miner cun ilo
fur you.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
"Vancouver'' Mineral Claim, situnio
in the Nolson Mining Division of West
Kootenay Distriot.
Where located: On the N. & F. ti.
K.iih~i), II miles from the international
lioiiiularv.
Take notice that I, .1. I). Andersnu,
P. L. 8., of Trail, li. 0��� iiKent f1"'
Charles St Cnlzin, Free Miner's nerti-
licuto No. B,". i,H17, intend, sixty dr.ys
from the (Into hereof, to apply to the
Mtiiin;; Kecorrior for n Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining ii Crown Oriint of tho above
olaim,
And further take notioe that action,
tinder Notion 31, most be commenced
l-eforo the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements,
Dated tblsOUl day of  July, 1901.
J. V. ANDERSON,
.  **'m9<<*'*-!imm*m~'~ ��� '��� 4
��� J
5
i.'i .1
Nklson Dailv Miner, Fri.ay, July 26,  iyoi
Correspondence We have*..
eral     corres-
jerS pondence pa
pers that are
being more eml more largely used by
erifclcai people as their real merits become better known. Among others we
mention "Olde Dorchester Hond" and
"Crown Parchment." These are put up
iu tlie various fashionable sizes. Their
quality is the highest,style the most
attractive, manufacture the most perfect, and they are always satisfactory.
That's why exclusive people like tbeiu
nnd why they iv-k for them. Oilier
high-grade papers are: "Foreign Mail"
and "Old Parchment Komi." Insist on
having ihese names on the lsix. There
is nothing else "ju^t ae good."
THOMSON
STAT10NERYCo.U��
NELSON.  B.C.
Pianos to Kent .u ST per month.
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\ THE GITY  I
_ <V��VS NN^iV. VWt��^vW\��~��
There will be a Swedish gospel
meeting in tlie Congregational church
at 3 p. m. next Sunday, to which all
Scandinavians are cordially invited.
Vt. 3. Weasels will conduct.the service.
Any members of either team who
shoot in tbe C. IM. P.. L. match on
Saturday can shoot in the morning
instead of afternoon or vice versa by
banding in bis name to G. M. Phillips, range ollicer. today.
The annua! meeting of   the   Pacific
deaf to all overtures mnde by union
men, aud he holds tne fort alone from
a crew of 1,300 men who quit work
in Rossland mines.
There is a story that Manager McDonald planned to get legal action
against the miners' uuion for declaring the strike. He claims tbat the
strike waB not ordered in conformity
with the constitution of the Western
Feileration of Miners, which required
an affirmative vote from three fourtbs
of all the resident members. It is as
serted that Mr. McDonald got a member of the union in good standing who
consented to bring au action against
the union for ordering the strike
whicli put him out of work. On further thought, however, the mine management relinquished this idea.
PERSONAL
II. Porter. Erie, is a guest at the
Madden house.
L. W. Fowler, Spokane, is a guest
at the Royal hotel.
W. Flannagan and W. B Muir, of
Spokane, are guests at the Tremont
hotel.
George Wegenast, general manager
of tbe Mutual Life Assurance company of Canada, spent yesterday in
the city.
Col'n C. Bro"n, James Rutherford,
Rossland; E. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.
Barclay, Spokane, and Neii Mclnnis,
Sandon, are guests at the (jueens.
R. Robinson. Henry Roy, Rossland;
B. C. Riblet, Spokane; J. M. Mark-
enner, Peoria, and B. B. Hazen,
Peoria, are yesterday's arrivals at
the Phair hotel.
A. Weeks, Vernon; A. Strachan,
Coast Association of Bru chiefs, which I Slocan ; Chas. Callahan. Boston; Jas.
was held last year at Spokane, will [Campbell, B. Pearson, Slocan ; Frank
beheld   this   year   at   Tacoma   from 19__r>.'���Vn_l_-   _^!__tW__��'_55_.
August H to 10. Chief Lillie. of the
Nelson Fire Department, expects to
be one of the delegates In attendance
at the convention this year.
Mr. Onslow New ling brought into
Thc Miner oflice yesterday a very fine
BUtnple box of red anil black currants
and raspberries, The rapidity with
which they disappeared is tho best
evidence of their excellence. Mr.
Newling's frnit ranch is reaching a
high state of petfection.
Tho Thursday half holiday ivas
again generally observed yesterday,
and large crowds spent the afternoon
in pioniclcg and excursions upon ihe
lake. The St. Saviour's .Sunday
school picnic was well patronized.
Brown Brothers were the only jewellers to close, the others remaining
open.
In referring to tbo next Opera
House attraction here, The Calgary
Herald said: To praise the Kelly
Merrymakers, when half the town is
enthusiastic over their laughter creating abilities, is like painting the lily
01 peifuming the rose. Last night
in Alexander hall another good audience again recognized their versatile
tabnts with volleys of applause. Tonight will be their last appearance.
Tbey have a big number of admirers
here who will be pleased to see them
book a return date.
As the picnic season is now on the
following receipe for a sandwich
should be found acceptable: tine of
the most satisfactory varieties of the
Ubiquitous sandwich is made of sardines, but it is not the ordinary sardine .sandwich of history; it is an artistic affair! The bread should be
brown, and uot too fresh, cut quite
thin, and sparingly buttered, after
which all the crusts should be removed with a sharp knife. The mixture fo filling is made aa follows:
Remove all skin and bones from the
contents of one box of sardines, tear
the meat to shreds, and pound smooth
with a silver spoon in a china bowl,
then add one teasponftil each of lemon juice, olive oil, Worcestershire
sauce, ,:bop, mix with pickles, tomato catsup, and a little suit and cayenne pepper. Mix all well together,
and spreail thinly on tho bread.
At s o'clock last evening the Moyie
arrived in Nelson carrying a largo
crowil of tired but happy children,
accompanied by their parents and the
teaobers, of St. Saviour's Sunday
school.
Buocess
Spokane,   are   guests   at   the    (.rami
Central hotel.
Rev. Mr. Vickert, cf Calvary
church, Victoria, was in the city
last evening and conducted the mid
week service at the Baptist church
last evening. The reverend gentleman is on a tour through the Province and leaves for other points in a
few days.
The following are guests at the
Hume hotel: W. J. Twiss, Kaslo; F.
II. Whyte, Toronto; R. J. Hamilton,
llrand Forks; J. L. White, (ireenwood; W. Jl. Leckie, Vancouver;
Capt. J. R. Wynn, Winnipeg Mr,
anil Mrs. A. L. Sullivan, New York
W. 1). Wrigbter and wife, Spokane
Mrs. nnd Miss Burnett, J. A. Ander
son. Slocan.
9.
BASEBALL
Yesterday's   ball
as follows:
National League���
Philadelphia, 3; Detroit
Boston, 5 ; New York, 0.
Cincinnati, Si Pittsburg,
Boston, 3 ; Philadelphia, 7.
American���
Washington, 1; Chicago, 4.
Baltimore, 5; Cleveland,   1.
Chicago, li; St. Louis, 5.
Boston, 2; Milwaukee, 0.
Eastern���
Hartford, 4; Worcester, 5.
Buffalo, 7; Montreal, 4.
SCORES,
games    resulted
Atlanti c S.S. Sailings
From Montreal
Allan Lino Tunisian  July 27
Allan Line Nuiuidlan AuRtlst.'l
Beaver Lino L_k_ .Superior  July 20
Beavor Liuu l_,ko Ontario August 2
From Portland, Me.
i        r,l..n,n <��,.., ���-t   i ,. ������ ...   Homlnlon Line Vancouver  August3
Ihe picnic was voted a great . 1)omiulon i_nl) Homlnlon  August 10
all. the day being a perfect j Fronl Bo(.|on
one on the lake, Where the cool Inezes I Dominion Line Commonwealth   July 31
Dominion Line Now hngland   .August II
EXPLOSION OF PETROLEUM,
liatum, July 25.���A terrible i
plosion of petroleum today iu the
most thickly populated quarter of Ba
turn wrecked the whole centre of the
town. It is imposible at the time
of filing this despatch to estimate the
loss of life and property but in both
ciiscb this is very large.
If yon don't like Blue Eibbon Tta it's
because you never tasted it.
SAYS HE WAS   TORTURED.
"I suffered such pain from corns
I could hardly walk," writes II. Robinson, Hillsborough, Ills.,'*but Buck*
len's Arnica Salve completely cured
them." Acts like magic on sprains,
bruises, cuts, sores, scalds, burns,
boils, ulcers. Peifect healers of
skin diseases and piles. Cure G-uSr-
anteed by Canada Drug & Book Co.
tempered the heat. At. Procter a long
list of games and sports was gL,ne
through, the most interesting ot
which was the an.-hery contest in
which Miss Neelamls won lirst prize,
MlBe Tyers second, and Miss Laura
East, third. In thu morning the children marched fi-.iin the church to tl.e
wharf, headed by a handsomo banner inscribed with the words. "St.
Saviour'1-: Sunday School.'''
ORE FOR TRAIL.
Spokane. July 88.���A   report   comes
from   Rossland that   .Manager Mellon
From Now York
Whlto Star l.lno Teutonic July 31
White Bur Line Germanic  Augusl.7
Cuii'od  Lino Lueania ��� July 27
Onnanl Line  Klriiria August 7
American Line  St. Paul August 7
FrenL-li   Line  I.n {-hatn|ingno August. 1
Anchor Line Astoria Augunt 10
inspects
Of Getting a Good
Timepiece at a Most
Reasonable Price.
Specialty.
Watch   Repairing  Our
All Work /lust Be Satisfactory, or Money
Refunded.
PATENAUDE   BROS.,
Jewelers,  Nelson,  B. C.
���U /iint/ AHiA/���-�� -toy-ic A; ^"-P
I f
rf- /H0*%/Ctu.    <UXisU^tr*J ftAS
Spokane Fails &,
Northern R'v,
Nelson & Fort
GREAT KOETHEM
RAILWAY.
Sheppard R'v
Red Mountain R'v.
LOW   RATES.
July 13th, 14th and 15th.
Winnipeg One Fare Round
Trip
August 20th to ~8th
On Account of Medical Association Convention.
Buffalo and Return
$76.00
July 2d, 16th, and every first
and third Tuesday, August,
September and October.
Buffet service   on   trains between
Spokane and Northport.
Leave DAY TRAIN Arriv.
11:00 a.m Spokane 7 :36 p.m
13:60 p.m Rossland 4 10 p.rr.
0:15 it.m Neluon 7:15 p.n,
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
8po_8_ie   Wui
Q. K. TAOKABURY,
Aeon Nolan. . B O,
NONE BETTER.
SOLID YESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALACE DINING AND 0B~ERVATI0B
CAP...-MEALS a la 0ARTE.
For further par Ucufn.-inpply to
H. L. BROWN,
(ily 1'anfonger Agent, Nelson, B. C.
W. P. F. CUMMINGS
GonoralH.a ��w<it. C.P.R. Offl-en. Winning
< iiti ii ii ��ti:h ot i��ii'~<>u ~~s r.
NOTICK.
��� ii ����� ,i���, i ��� ~���( ,���..,���, ,,. ..���,. _i,l_ Itoliln Hood, Bcafortb, Minn, Pearl, Hccla
al.. uf tlit- J.o KOI m. .ins tn start  ship- j (Jo|(, Voln _-eknow an. Gem Fraction min
pint; his hecond class damp to the I oraloinlm��. L-li-.n_<) In tho Nalwin Mining Dirts
,���   .,        , ,   . , ton of Won Kootonay.
Trail smelter,     ll  ih expected   that   a I    Wlinralorntril   On rntlonwood Oreo*.
*���..,���.,.���..���  ,.,!    ��,_    ~������������l,t    ;���    ,      rpAKI, NOTICKthnt I. KranciH J. O'Rcillj-,
force nf men v.ul   be   lm~n.it   in   luM    ,w.ni. f,r M. 1~ liri^oll. Free Miner,
work in hours for ��2.60   II day to load I CeiUfloite   No. MNBB   and    Hugh    Nixon.
_    , FroeMloe.   <vri.lilcHUiNo,BMW7, intend, Co
tho dump on the earn. Serious fnc- days from tho date hereof, to apply to the Min-
��l-~ l. ���,��������i,���l .i������il~ thn pfinrf ������ I InKllooonlor forCortllicnuwof IniiirovomcntiL,
tion la expected should the etlort be for ,ho pllrl������-0f obtaining Crown Urant of
mnde the above i-lainiK.
. Ami furtliL:r te ke notico that action, under
At present one lune Swede is   work-' sociion .17, mu . bo commenced before thc 1b-
!--..,   ii,,.   i ���   i',,i     ii.,   iu   in-i.i;,,,.. Mianmof raoh certificates of improvements,
input   the   Le   Roi.    lie   Is   loading I   DMe_ thisMthdayof May. A. I), liwi.
tbis ilunip on the oars,    lie is blandly] KUANCISj.oukilly
F. O. GREKN        Y. 8. CLEMENT':
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyor*.
P   O.  ~,_n1�� Volmm   B.W
SORE   BACK.
Lumbago, palm, in tho oack or side, soreness,
-urlliii;- ���r Inflammation liud no standing
ground after an application of ftrUHihs* Liniment j.. ii, nui, ���. In a minute, dispels the pain,
hiops tlio suircrinK. Vou will liml it better
than pi u.t ers
Mr. Mack White, thc well-known trainer nf
IhcToronlo IjacrosM' Olob ana OflgOOde Ihi-l
Football Club, says : "Griffltbs Liniment i* un-
ci|unled for atliletCLL or those '.-raining. I-hare
iihlmI It wilh tb,: best uf siieees, for ,-oro linek.
.Mltfn,-H, soreness, sprains and all forms ol
swelling and hillaramatlon."
For salo by J. II. Vunstone, Nelson, B. C.
TENDERS   WANTED.
For the erection of a eynadide mill
building for The Ymir Hold Mines.
Limited. Plans and Speoi_cationa
may be seen at the Nelson office of
the company on or before Monday,
2!lth July, 1901. All materials are
to bu supplied by the company. The
lowest or any bid not neees^��lrt]y,' ae-
ceptbd. All bida to be In by Tuesday.
BOth .luly.
Close cotinuofcion East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
aud nt, Bonner's Ferry witn Kootenay
Railway i- Navigation Co.
Direct connection at St, Paul without change of depot with al] trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New Yor.
and all points West and .South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 800 p.m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and nil points
_n the Sound.
During the uoason of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
;hemagniflce;itsteamships North-West
audNoi-iu-I-iiiLl of tlieNoilliern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Kail-
way.
For further infprmatiou, maps, folders, etc., npply lo any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Ry., Kaslo Sc Slocan
lty., Kootenai Railway & Navigation
Or , or tn
H. A. JACKSON. Com'1 Agent,
Spokane, Wash-
G. K. TACUAIiUliY. Loeal ABent.
Nelson. B -1
M����^wii-^~t>-.<^��H^_K��_Hi��~tt~����-Kt<~��''��''��''��''��"��'l��''��"j
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO.
Paid-up   Capital,   SS,000,000;    Reserve   Fund,   82,000,000;
Aggregate  Resources Over 865,000,000.
HON. GEO, A. COX, President.      B. S. WALKER Oeneral Manager.
London Office: 60 LomliLiril  Street,  E. C.
New York OKIcc; 16 Exchange Place.
And 08 branches In I ~nnda and thc United States, including:
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Atlin Gkehnwood Niti.ox H/n:>on
OKANiiROOK        KAMiooea Nkw VV~stminsi~r  \ .-.jeouvER
Fehnik Nanaimo Rossland Victoria
YUKON DISTRICT���Dawson and Whitk Hohsb.
UNITKD STATES���New York, Kan Khani.-isco, Skati-i.e, Portijind. Skaqwav,
Savings Bank Department,     f
���. ,._   .. . A    -_,1    E....UL    411,.���...,1        l.l'.Cinf    l.'.ltL'   ~   l'l'l'   ~Allt. T
Dcpoiits Received and Interest, Allowed
Nelson Branch.
Present Kate 3 l'er Cent
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager. I
ii^t>i<t^ii��ii��ii��ii��i��aiiaii��'����'''<a<,*w#'*��,><>',*w^H<��w*"*l'<>l'��''g|'��''4
Zbc 1Ro\>al Bank of Canaba"
Capital Authorized,
Incorporated 1869.
.     ��:i,i:iio,(iiin.iiii I  lanital Pald-np,     .    .    ���      _!,000,000.00
Ken mi,Joo.iiiHi.no
Poard of Dlrectora     rhomiw E. Kenny,  Prcfidont;   Thomaa Ritchlo, Vice-Priwldcnl.
Wiley Smith   H. G. Bauld, Hon. David Mac iCcon.
Hi-ail Oillcc, Wan: -,\:
Goncral Manager. Eili-on L. Pcuso, Montreal.
SupcrlaWndout of Branches, and Secretary, W. B. Torranoo, Halifalt,
1 Bran     caI
; elicc���Montreal. (City Oillcc), Montreal
West find (Cor. Notre Dame and Kc!k-
naurn Str-x'tr,); WcHtniount (Cor. Grecno
'ova   Scolla-Halilax   Branch,   Antlgonl=t
Bridgewator, GuyHboro. Londondenr, Im
enburg. Maitland (Hants Co.), Ph.io l, 1 _rt
HawkOMbury, Sydnoy, ShubonacadicTruro,
Woymouth.
Hew    Br_nnwlr.il ��� Bathurs t.     Dorohoster,
-Todericton, Kingston (Kent Co.l, Mono
ton, Newcastle, Hackville, St, John,WoodHbook'
P. E. lnl_nd���Charlottetown, Suminei. ide.
Avenue ard ~L Catharines Street.
Ontario���Ottawa.
!Vc~Toiiiifllnnd--~t. John's,
- irt.Li. Vfeot Indies���Havana.
United Slal< s-Now York (10 Kxehange Plnce
Republic, Wash.
BEANO.�� 8 IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Grand  (Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vancouver,
Vancouver F~st End, Victoria.
IDri-L-.pendents 1
��� anada���Merchants Bank of Canada.   Bolton��� National Shawniut Bank.   Chicago���lllinol��
Trust aud Savings Bank.   8a_ -ranclnco���First National Bank.   London,   Eng.-Bank  of
.Scotland.   I'arls, France���Credit Lyounais.   Bcrnuiria-Bank of Bermuda.   Clilnn and Julian��� Hong Kong and Bhaaghat Bankinu Corporation.    Spokane���Old National Bank.
General Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   tough
and Sold, totters ol Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terras.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
^mn!fnmn!imt!!ii!i!imnni?ni?i!iiiii!i!?!i?i!iiiM!!i?!mH^
______H___l_R___l___M-______^
Surely!
A ir'ood dish of ice cream
moy
1 Q@KlV|M
is appreciated by tho worst
of uien.    Might try rf forming that husband of  yours
���*���
1  flt? MSm
by investing in one of the
��T
best bits of hardware  wo
���v^
sell.   That's the
l��@��^fi^i
Peerless
^
m\      JBB
Ice Cream
Freezer
M'LACHLA
N BROS.
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**************************
I H. H. PLAYFORD I
I & CO,1       I
1       MADDEN    BLOCK       i
I L123FS and     I
I   Tofoacco I
* Plione 1J7 I
***** **-***** ***************
THE   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE "
K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON. B. C.
K?t 5��Pp(;r Mint's wanted at the EXCHANGE.
UOL1)  properties  wauted at once for Eastern
NO. 4
Oold, Silver-Lead
FREE   MILLING-
Investors.
Parties  having   mining   property for  sale arc   renncsted to send
samples of their ore to tl.e EXCHANGE for exhibition
elaimsein tiUslTco^l'ir Pr06PCCt0''S W"�� h��� *��������* ��*>**
cnA^sTZ-h^~^ZiaScsW to make the EX"
All samples Bhould be sent by express   PREPAID
Correspondence solicited.    Address alf communications to
F.   ROSENBERGER,
i ANDREW
J    Telephone No. 104.  P. o. Box 700. ���..������  ���.    r
ESTIMATES  GIVEN
FOR  ALL   KINDS  OP
Construction Work
W. H. BROWN & CO., NELSON..
PATENTS
Caveats Designs, Copyrights and
Irade Marks obtained in Canada
and all foreign countries.
TRETHEWEY & BRITTAIN,
Room 8, Bank of British North
America, Hastings Rtr����<- Vancouver
If there is anything you reipjirn ask
for   it   in   the  columns of the Miner.
HOTEL  EOSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON
���  f,     RATES
By the week from $5 to 1*6.
By the day 81.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN. Pron.
STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE!
I have a large warehouse and am
prepared to store all kinds of goods.
l'rosher's Second Hand Store, Ward
Street.
II   PURDY
CiiBlom Honre Broker and Employment
Olliee. Telephone 44. P. O. Box 58-
Stuuley Street, Nelson, B. C.

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