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Daily Edition No. m^
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Tuesday,   August 20, 1901
Eleventh  Year
There's Plenty of Work There
for Those Who Are Looking for It.
A Big Cyanide Plant Under
Construction.���Arlington Strike.
Mr. A. B. ISuokworth, J. P., of
Ymir, is in the city on a business
visit. He reports that there is considerable activity around Ymir. There
is such an abundance of work that
there are no idle men around tne
toivu. At the Vmir in addition to tho
regular force a large special gang is
engaged in tbo erection of a big cyanid-
mg plant, which is to be used in
working ovor the" tailings after they
run through the mill, and it is estimated that ?1 per ton will be saved by
this plant. Seven men are working
at the Wilcox, which, next to the
Ymir, is tbe best developed property
la the camp. About 1,800 feet of work
has been done on this property and
the vein in the face of tlw long tunnel
shows three nnd a half feet of clean
ore, which, it is claimed, will aveiage
.50 to the ton. Tbe company haB in
contemplation the erection of a ten
stamp mill, which, it is thought, will
ho put in lato this year. On the
Foghorn, owned and operated by tho
Golden Monarch Milling company, 14
men are at work aud huve- been for
the past seven months. They are at
present running a tunnel, whioh is in
:I50 feet and expect to tap tho ledge
within the next ISO feet. The surface
workings on this property are all in
ore, and the cleun ore will average 845
per ton. This coinpany has a well
filled treasury and recently purchased
from the Nelson & Fort Sheppard
railway, 640 acres of timber land, and
so it is evident that thev are preparing
for the future. The manager of the
property is Conrad Wolfe. In additon
to those mentioned, there are a number of smaller properties on which
development work is being done, and
a number of prospectors are doing
theii ana. al assessments. Around
Salmo and Erio there is great activity.
Tho Yellowstone, Second Keliel, Maud
S., Arlington, Keystone, und Canadian
King, a*e employing large numbers of
About a year ago Alex Smith,acting
for the Surprise compuny, of which
he is manager, purchased tbe Summit and Bird Fraction mineral
claims, adjoining the Surprise group
and the Maud E. and Wildgoose
claims of the Noble Five, for a small
sum, nnd recently put a small force to
work on the claims, says tbe Sandon
Paystreak, A ledge was strucit close
to the summit and runnng parallel to
the ridge. On the ledge a shaft has
been sunk 1(1 feet uncovering one of
the most remarkable showings ever
exposed in the district. Tho workings have not been proceeded with
sn lllciently to prove the width of the
ledge or the extent of the ore chute,
but already at least fifty tons of oro
have been pluoed on the dump anil
the miners are sacking curborulcs by
thu ton.
It is now calculated that the long
tunnel at tbo Last Chance is within BO
feet of the Gulena ledge and should tap
It within ton days or two weeks, enys
the Sandon Puystreuk. lt will givo a
depth on the vein of 1600 lent, the
deepest working in the Slooan, Thoi.
aie ,10 men on tho payroll, IS working
in the long tunnel and tho remainder
in the mine. Two cars of ore wero
"hipped this week and the mine will
now bo a steady producer. Ur. Hendryx is still acting as manager and
secretary, Mr. Hoap being ill at
At the Arlington inino near Slocan
City, there has beon considerable dis-
"Utlsfnotlon with the manner in
winch tbe cook at the mess house pro-
purod the meals for the employes. As
a result of this tbo dny shift quit
work and sixteen of the men came to
this city yesterday. The management
does not desire to havo nny trouble
with its employes and thc offending
cook is to be replaced with a new and
it is hoped a better one and this will
smooth matters over and the dissatisfied day shift will rotum to work.
Imperial Limited GollldedWith
a Tree and Much Dam- *
age Done.
Engineer's Leg Crushed and
Mall Clerk Injured About
the Head.
Vancouver, Aug. 19 ���A serious
railway accident occurred on the main
line of the C. P. R. this morning et
11.45 o'clock, two miles west of Hope.
Whilo No. 1, Imperial Limited, was
rounding the curve at that point it ran
into a tree which had fallen across the
track, and the engine and fonr cars
wero derailed. The engineer, Peter
Elghter, had his foot crushed, ano the
mail clerk, Alex. Alian, was injured
about the head. No passengers were
buit*. Tbe accident was due to the
forest fires that are raging all over the
conntry during this hot weather, and
waa entirely unavoidable. The position of the tree being hidden from the
engineer as he came around the curve,
the engine struck the tree and the Injury was done before the train could
ho stopped. Mail was brought in at
six o'clock tbis evening, everything
being transferred around the wreck.
The track itself was cleared for ordinary traffic ut 6 o'clock this evening,
and there wus no delay in traffic ufter
that. As soon as news of the accident
came, the company sent up a wrecking
train. Dr. Weld also went up to attend the injured.
What is Being Dono in That Promising Distriot.
Peterborough, Windermere District,
Aug. 15.���Development woik on a large
seal, has commenced on the Paradise
mine, Spring creek, under the direction of Foreman McMillan.
The Silver Belt mine. Spring creek,
owned by the Silver Belt Mining Co.,
is shfiwing up remarkably wall, an
immense body of high grade nrgeuti-
ferons galena ore hus been uncovered.
The'Silver Belt group, Silver Crown
group, Shamrock, and Paradise
gioup, are all on the same lead,situated in what is known as Paradise
Basin, Spring creek, tributary of
Toby creek.
The Whito Oat group, Boulder creek,
is now being developed by the owners
Messrs. Brnoe, Craig, McLeod and
llurmnii. This property has an extraordinary showing of argentiferous
galena ore.
The Horse Trief creek wagon road
is being rushed through in good shape
under the direction of R. C. Jennings.
A distance of 12 miles from Peterborough bus already been   completed.
The McDonald Mines, Ltd., intend
to Install the latest mining machinery
in the Iron Cap mine ono of the Red
Line group, on McDonald oreek, so
soon as the Horse Thief creek wagon
rood has been completed to the mine,
and will also put In tramways, etc.
Messrs. Junius Desmond and Steve
Wilson, of Kaslo, B. C., have ono of
tho most promising properties on the
north fork of Toby eteek. It is u high
grade galena proposition. Considerable showing of oro ha. boen uncovered by the owners.
Paulding Farham and wife, of New
York, of the McDonald Mines, Ltd.,
spout the past week in thu distiict.
Hon. W. 0. Wells, M. P. P., representing Nothcast Kootenay, .spent the
past week visiting this portion of the
II. E, Neave, mining engineer, reported on two very promising groups
on Horse Thief creek during the past
week for an English syndicate.
Cleveland, Ohio., Aug, 19.���Adam
Kent and John Eugene were rescued
olive this ufternoon from the waterworks tunnel, as the result of the
destruction of the erihs fire last
Rochester 7, Hartford 1; New York
0, Boston 11! Urooklyn-Pbiladephla,
postponed,rain; Pittsburg 9, St. Louis
r,; Cbioago 0, Cincinnati 2; Milwaukee
0) Hoston 1; Chicago 2, Washington 5,
Detroit 3,{Baltimore 4.
Now Thought That That Number Went
Down With the Ill-Fated Steel Steamer
Islander, From Skagway.
Heroic Conduct of the Grew Who Saved
Lives and Lost Their Own.-Partial
List of Those Who Are Lost.
Victoria, B. C, Aug. l!l.-The Far-
allon reached Vancouver today with
most of the remaining survivors of
toe Isiandor. It is officially reported
that the list of missing numbers 43.
Victoria, B, C, Aug. 19.���This city
was plunged into a state of gloom
last night when the steamer Queen
arrived from the north und the skipper
;.outed as his vessel swung into the
dooa, that the steamer Islander, of
this port, one of tbe finest steel passenger vessels in the northwest, had
sunk   with   65   ot ber passengers and
The Islander had about 180 people
on board, 71 of whom belonged to the
crew, 107 were passengers, and the remainder stowaways, and wns passing
the south end of Douglas Island not
far from fiom Juueau, when at 2,30
Thursday morning Bhe suddenly crashed into a submerged iceberg. The
berg tore a great bole along her bottom, and into this the water poured in
large volumes which indicated that
the life of the vessel was very abort.
Fifteen minutes later she sank, carrying down the number indicated above.
Among those saved were Messrs. Bel-
court, M. P., and Ray, of Ottawa,
both of whom, however, had narrow
escapes. There seems to have been
some mismanagement in getting away
tbe boats, as lifebonts capable of
carrying fifty people sheered off with
only seventeen persons in them. The
engineers had a terrible experience.
They stood by the vessel until theii
chief rushed below and told them they
had but a few minutes in which to
save themselves.
When they attempted to reach the
deck, the brave fellows found that tbe
bow submerged to such an extent that
only her stern was ahovo wuter and
they were unable to follow by way of
the suloon to the rear, but managed,
however, to reuch the deorc and there
the four men shook bauds and then
leaped into the icy waters just as the
stern disappeared. Tho hand of thc
chief engineer was on tho taffiail ae
ho touched thc water. Many wero
drawn down by the vortex caused by
the sinking vessel.
Captain Foote was not on duty when
the vessel struck, being in his cabin
below, while Pilot Leblano was on
the bridge. Capt. Foote walked the
bridge until the ves.el was about to
plunge to thc bottom when ho leaped
into the sea nnd made his way to a
life raft. He saw that the raft was
o/erorowded, and remarking, "There
are too many of us here, good bye
boys," leapod into tbo water and
shortly afternarls sunk. Another
paiticularly sad death was that of
Mrs. J. H. Ross, wife of the new governor of tho Yukon, who had been to
Dawson for the flrBt time and was
returning to Victoria for the purpose
of buying furniture and furnishings
for her new home. She left four of
hor children in Duwson and had with
her on the trip her year old infant
and her 15 year old niece, both of
whom were drowned with her,' The
list of last as far as obtainable at
present is as follows:
Crew lost���Capt. Foote, muster,
Victoria; (Sco. Allen, third engineer,
Victoria; Horace Smith, second steward, Victoria; P. Burke, oiler, Vio-
toris; Burkhold.r, oiler, Victoria;
Geo. Milos, barber, Victorin; 8. J.
Pitts, cook, Victoria; M, Jock, saloon
waiter, Viotoria; Joseph Baird, Becond
pantryman, Victoria; Hugh Pretter,
coal passer ;. Kendalls, night saloon
man, Victoria;   Moran,   coal   passer,
Victoria;   two   Chinese   waiters,  one
coal passer and one waiter.
Passengers lost���Mrs. J. H. Ross,
wife of Governor Ross, of the Yukon,
with her one year old child and a
siece aged 15; Dr. John Duncan, of
Victoria; Mrs. Phillips and child,
Seattle; Mrs. W. S. Smith, Vancouver; J. L. Bethan, Vancouver; W. H.
Keating and two sons, Koksllah J.
M Douglas, of Kelly, Douglas Sc Co.,
Vancouver; Mrs. J. L.Wilcox,Seattle;
Mrs. Capt. Niekerson, Victoria.
Victoria, B. % Aug. 19.���Pilot
Loblano, in charge of the steamer
Islander at the time she struck, says:
"The nigbt was fine, and, as we al-
was expect to meet ice, a sharp lookout was kept. At about 2.48 a. m.,
toe crush*came. Tbe boat was under
full speed and no ice was in sight and
there was no fog, bu* the wind was
blowing and it was dark and oloudy.
The fatal iceberg was no doubt even
with the   woter.      After   she   struck,
stopped the engines, when Captain
Foote appeared with the night watchman who reported tbe ship leaking
forward. I told Captoin Foote that
we had better head for the beach, but
he demurred, and when he finally decided to do so tbe ship was taking
water so fast mat she would not
answer the helm. Then I called the
mate and ordered the boats out. This
was done and they weie loaded with
passengers. Many passengers jumped
overboard with life preservers on. I
jumped overboard and was in the
water two hours and a quarter before
securing a piece of wreckage." The
pilot nlso said that many of the men
acted badly, attempting to jump into
the boats before they had been launched. Had it not been for this crowding
and rushing of the bouts, he believed
all would have been saved, with the
possible exception of those who did
not get out of their staterooms, among
whom were Andrew Keating and his
sons, Arthur and Julius, of Los Angeles. The crew, on the other hand,
behaved splendidly, and looked after
the safety of the passengers. After
tho omits hud been luunched the crew
turned their attention to the rafts but
those were also rushed, and after they
had been launched some of the crew
hud to swim fur wreckage aa there
were too many already on the rafts.
He believes the vessel sank in 2il
fathoms and tbat tbo boiler did not
explodo and tbat the woodwork was
curried away by a rush of wuter and
uir. He figured it out that 42 persons
were drowned.
Victoria, Aug. 19. ���Fourth Engineer Denny of the Islander, thinks
the vessel struck the iceberg well
buck, about amidships, and that after
tearing a hole in tho bottom, the ship
rested on the Ice, as when she foundered, sho went down bow first as if
sliding off something. J. G. Morgan,
a well known insurance man of Winnipeg, had a thrilling experience. He
went down with thc ship, being sucked into the vortex, hut the life-
preserver which he wore brought him
to the surface again. Cold water,
however, produoed numbness and finally unconsciousness. Ilo was picked
up finally by Purser Bishop's boat,
and was unconscious for several hours
after reaching kbore. He lost amoug
other effects a large number of applications for life insurance taken in
Dawson, and a bag of gold dust containing .4,000.
Geo. McL. Brown, on behalf of the
C. P. R., today visited the families of
all the members of the crew who were
President of the Trackmen's
Union Works Behind
Closed Doors.
A Very Pro-G. P. R. Article
That Gomes Over G.P.R.
Telegraph Line.
Montreal, Aug. 19.���The committee
of trackmen here have gone some way
iu following the advice of the boaid
of conciliation. It will be remembered that the board, iu a preliminary report, recommended that President Wilson should leave Montreal
and not interfere further with them,
the triickmens' committee, during the
negotiutions with tbe company. Mr.
Wilson refused to do this, but the
company has now turned him down to
the extent of appointing Mr. Baker, ,i
lawyer from the village of Merricu-
ville, to do the talking henceforth for
the company while Mr. Wilscn remains in his room at the Grand Union
and directs operations as heforu.
Toronto, Aug. 19,���The Toronto
Telegram, speaking of the trackmens'
strike, says: "The representatives of
the various organizations of workers
on the C. P. R. seem to be quite confident that they could brittf; about
peace witli honor if the alien boss of
the strike would put the reins in their
hands for 24 hours. Thu position of
the C. P. R. has been immensely
strengthened, and the position of the
trackmen bas been greatly weakened
by that fine senBe of dignity whioh
will not permit President W Ison to
plaoe the interests of the trackmen in
the hands of their fellow Canadians,
who represent the old branches of
organized labor on the C. P. R.
Series of Mishaps Yesterday
Attended With Fatal
Kentucky Steamer Sinks and
Benzine and Dynamite
Utica.N. Y., Aug. 19.���Ily the explosion of dynamite in the Mohawk
und Malone round house at Merkimer,
at 10.15 tonight,by whioh the building
was wrecked and burned, it is reported that six men were killed and
s.veral injured. It is bolieved that,
at least, 12 or 15 men, members of
the N. Y. Central bridge gang, who
were sleeping in a car which stood on
a side track near by, were killed.
Five out of IS men have been accounted for. Three of these are dead and
one fatally injured. J. H. Vosburg
was foreman of the gang, lirieks and
fragments of iron wore blown several
blocks away. All tbe windows within several blooks were broken and
nearly all the plate glass windows
in the village were shattered.
(Continued on Fourth Page.)
John Snider, With But Seven Days to
Serve,Makes His Es.upe.
Another prisoner escaped frqra tbe
Nelson jail yestarday, several peculiar
features being connected with it. A
little over five months ago John Snider was brought from Grand Forks to
Nelson, Benteuced to undergo six
months imprisonment for drunkenness.
He behaved very well, and three
weeks ago, on account of good be-
havioi and the nearness of hfs release,
he was made u "trusty." being allowed tu go without irons, and have more
liberty around the premises. About
noon yesterday, Snider and another
convict were employed in fixing the
jail fence, when, just after the circus
had passed, he suddenly soulcd the
wall and ran along Vernon street west
and up Stanley. The propeity be had
on him when sentenced had been kept
at the jail oflice, to he handed over to
nlm ou bis lelease, consisted of 810
in oash, a gold watch and chain, a
goatskin overeout wort.': 825, a new
cloth overeout, two mackintoshes, two
valises lull of new clothes and roll
of blankets. At thc time of his escape
he had but seven days more to serro,
next Tuesday having been the last
duy of his incarceration. Whether
tho mnsio of the circus band drove
him a little off his head or not is unknown. Whatever was the cause he
made a successful but rather foolish
War and Plague Make it Baid to Get
at Figaros,
Washington. Ang. 19.���Tho state department bas received a long report
on conditions in Soutli Africa from
Oonsul-Gcneral Stowe at Capetown,
dated a .few days before bis resigna-
ton was received at the department.
Tbe war and plague, says Mr. Stowe-
have prevented the customs olllcials
from collecting tbe usual annual statistics covering the trade for the
colonies for the calendar year ^of 1900
and as all imports from the use of thc
Imperial the Colonial military forces
are admitted duty free It Is impossible
to make a comparison with the trade
of the preceeding year However, thc
figures available show that thu imports from tho United States In 1600
were greater than those of 1899 and
that this courtry still stands second
among the nations exporting direct to
South Africa snd iu addition ships u
large amount of supplier, via England.
Paducah, Ky., Aug. 19.���The steamer City of Golconda, plying between
this city and Elizabethtown, Ills,
was struck by a squall during a storm
about 7 o'clock as she was en route to
I'aduoah,. She turned over in HI feet
of water, about six miles above tho
city, as she was going into Crowell's
Landing. Sixteen persons are said to
be diowned. The disaster ocourrud as
supper was served and many of the 75
passengers^ were *in the cabin. The
wind st-uck tbe b at without warning aud there was no time for those
inside to escape.
Pensacola, Flu., Aug. 19.���It Ib
feared the Russian bark Neptune, Captain Stettkoff, which sailed from hero
August IU, for Montevideo, was lost in
the recent storm. Pieces of thc Btern
of a vessel bearing the name "Nep
tune" were picked up today on the
outer beach of Santa Rosa Island, several miles out.
Philadelphia, Aug. 20.���About 12.30
this morning u benzino tunk exploded
at the Atlantio Refining Company's
plant here a fire had been in progress
since yesterday aftornoon, It iB reported that three were killed and a
score injured, Ten tanks of benzine
und petroleum bave already boen
destroyed by fire. The loss will probably reach ,500,000.
Certificates of work were granted
yesterday to L. J. Banes on the Norway, Red Cloud and Hobson claims;
to J. D. Anderson, for recorded owners, on Katie D. Green, Hamilton and
London Fractional; to L. Lefervre, on
Warfare Fractional, Fairbaven; to W.
J. Caldwell et al on the Monarch.
Locations recorded were Paris, on
Granite mountain, opposite Fairview,
about 2,900 feet from Kootenay Lake;
Constannohic, on Uranlte mountain,
abont 1900 feet from tlio lake, llerlin
Fractional, and London, also on
Granite mountain, by F. Holland;
Mexico Hill, on thc west side of Rover
creek by T. Prldhonime. Transfers,
Ilanicl Palmer sells to Augustus
Frankar, one-quarter share in tho
Hrown, Killarney, Homeward, Alberl-
iilono, Plcez.e, Quo Vudls and 1'llgrlm
mliieiiil :laims, situated on the divide
between Forty-Nine  and llird creeks.
Kingston, .la.,, Aug. 19.���The British steamer RoMircath arrived here today from Central A merman ports nud
brought udviccs from Colon of continued and persistent attacks by the
rebels on the outsirts of Colon and
Panama. Tho repeated efforts on tho
part of the Governent to repulse tho
rebels bave failed and the belief is
gaining ground that the Colombian
Government is weakening. When the
Koseneath left Colon, August 15th,
the French orulser Suchet was theto
and the arrival of liritisli and American warsliips was anxiously awaited.
Business generally was crippled.
Halifax, Aug. 19.���Patrick O'Mulm,
president of the   People's   Bank   and
ex-mayor     of   Halifax.       died     this
morning. _____
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Press Agoncy. Ltd., Special Agents
Alexander Sc Co., 521 First Avonuo, Spokane,
Wash, keep (his paper on file, and are our
authorised agents for advertisements and sub-
A carload of this Famous Beer has just  been   received  and
wc are selling it to the Family Trade at
The cetsus returns published by The
Miner on Saturday show that the star
of the west is in the ascendancy.   The
returns show thut  the   population   of
tho Dominion is 5,33H,H82,and that tbo
increase over the figures of 1891 are in
round   numbers   half   a   million     of
people.    The increase is largest in the
west   as   British Columbia, Manitoba
and tbe Northwest   Territories out  of
the total increase, 500,000,are orodited
with an augmentation of .04,076. This
province has almost doubled in   population   in   the   decade, as it   has   increased from 08 lTIUo 100,000,or nearly
one   fiftii   of   the entire gain made in
the   Domiuion.    Manitoba   has added
93,598   to   her   population   while the
Territories have grown numerically to
tbe extent   of   78,291.    This   gives   a
total of 2(14,070.    These   figures   absolutely   demonstrnte   that   the west is
growing more   rapidly than   the east.
Besiues this tbe mining   and other resources    in   British   Columbia     give
promise of greater expansion than ever
before and with tbis will come  an in-
urease in the   population.     Manitoba
this year is raising the   greatest  crop
of wheat that has ever been known in
that provl.ee, and   tbis   will advance
her importance, cause the   cultivation
of large areas   of new   land and bring
many   settlers   within   her   confines.
The Northwest Territories are coming
to   the   front   of late with more then
usual activity. The gold in the Yukon
shows   no   signs   of   giving   out and
there is certain   to be   great progreBB
and un increase in the number of peO'
pie in the territories.    Tbe west may,
therefore,    be relied on to keep up its
In the eastern provinces Quebec
shows tbo biggest increase, 132.000
having been added to her population.
Ontario, in which such large gains
wero expected, shows an increase of
only 53,057. New Brunswick shows
only small gains having added only
9,830, and Nova Scotia only 8,720.
Prince Edward Island has decreased,
there being 5,820 less peoplo thun there
were in 1801.
Of course, much of the gain of the
west bas been at tne expense of the
east, as a large percentage of the
people hero, in Manitoba and in
the Northwest Territories huve
changed their places of residence from
the east to the west during the past
ten yearN, and there is room and opportunity here for as many more as
have already arrived.
Of tho two largest cities in the east
Montreal has grown to tho extent of
45,645, which Toronto has added
211,751. In British Columbia, Van
eouvcr has grown from 13,700 to 20,-
106, a gain of 12,1'jii, while Victoria,
which had a population of 10,811 In
1801 and wns then the largest city in
the province, litis taken second place
nnd is now credited with 20,821, the
increase being only 4,340. It is a
singular fact tbat there is only a
difference of 73 between the population of Halifax and St. .lohn, the
former having 40,787, and the lattor
40,711. In 1891 St. .John had 30,179
while Halifax hud SB,405, tho former
having ills more tbnn thc latter and
now theii positions arc reversed,Halifax biting in the lead.
With a population of noarly live
and a half million in tbe Dominion
and greater genernl prosperity than
ever before, tlio next ten years should
witness an increase ol at least a
$2.50 per Dozen for Quarts.
$1.50 per Dozen for Pints.
Delivered to Any Part of the
Special and very favorable terms to the Trade.
TELEPHONE    NO.   13.
Come and See Our
New Arrival of
Beautiful Framed
Art Productions.
D. McArthur 8 Go. |
J. Q. NELSON, Manager. g
Furniture Dealers, |
Undertakers and Embalmers.      ��
Oak Center Tables, -i
Gall Early. They are
Selling Fast.
Hudson's Bay Company.
rion and steel, such as could be reasonably manufactured on this coast, if
iron mines were developed and
iron works established. The amounts
imported from Great Britain alone aggregated ��13,270,000 for the year 1900.
Japau from all countries imported of
iron and steel manufactures nearly
810,000,000 worth in 1800, an increase
of abont 88,000,000 over the preceding
year. The seven colonies of Australia
In 1898 imported ��8,081,451 worth of
all descriptions of iron machinery and
iron manufactures, which was an increase of over ��4,500,000 since 1894,
aud average yearly imports within the
latter period ��6,535,500 Of course the
whole of this amount does not represent whnt could be supplied by British
Columbia, as it includes manufactured
iron products of all kinds, but it indicates generally the extent of the
market." '
From the foregoing,some realization
can be bad of the markets that are
open to British Columbia when it embarks in the business of manufacturing
iron and steel.
Oak Leather Seated Fancy Rockers
Elm Folding Tables
Worth $3.50 for 2.50 8~
"     $5.00 for 3.75 ��
"     $6.00 tor 4.50 C;
"     $4.50 for 3.75 0.
'���.     $5.00 for 3.75 >
"     $6.00 for 4 25 **���
Cane Verandah Chairs       - "     $6.00 for 4.50
���' "       Rockers    - - !'     $6.50 for 4.75
To make room for our Pall stock of Carpets and Rugs will go at
Cost.    To clear, Baby Carriages and Qo Carts, less than cost.
Golden Crown, Winnipeg, Snnset,
Morrison and several other properties
that may be expected to contribute
to the total output, it is quite evident
that a much higher total might with
good reason be named and still be
well within the bonds of conservative
No Discovery in medicine has ever
created one quarter of the excitement
that has been caused hy Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. lt'B
severest tests have been on hopeless
victims of Consumption, Pneumonia,
Hemmorrage, Pleurisy and Bronchitis, thousands of whom It has restored to perfect health. For Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Croup, Hay Fever,
Hoarseness and Whooping Congh, it is
the quickest, surest cure in the world
It is sold by Canada Drug Sc Book Co.
who guarantee satisfaction or refund
money. Large bottles 50o and 81.00.
Trial bottles free.
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
The milionium must be approaching
with   rapid   strides   for the people of
Grand   ForkB und Columbia are about
to amalgamate under one civic govern
ment.     The time was when   tbe resi
dents of the two cities would  no more
mix than oil and water for the hatred
was  strong  and   as fierce as a forest
flio in August.     A traveler who passed a night in one pluce would   be   ostracised   in   tbo   other.     To mention
Columbia   favorably   in Grand   Forks
was   considered   a   worse crime than
horse stealing.    A commercial traveler
once   stated     in   Columbia    that   he
thought   Grand   Forks had  a population of at leust 3,000 souls nnd he sold
no   goods   in the former place on that
occasion.     Columbiu boys who visited
Orand   Forks   wore   greeted   with   a
shower   of   rocks   hurled by tho lads
and   lasses  of tho pluce.    The feeling
for a year or two was as lioice as that
between the   Capuiots aud the Monta-
guos   till   peoplo  outside of tbe town
wished   a plague on both tho   towns.
Now self interest,which wus tbe cause
of   tho   quarrel, is wbat   impel Is  the
people   of   the   tfoo municipalities to
unite.     They can be more prosperous
under ono civic government   than two
and   so   the   Grand Forks council has
passed a resolution fur the amalgamation with Colnmbia and within  a few
days   the   people   will   decide at the
polls whether they wish to unlto   un-
dor tbe agreement   which  lias already
been reached by the two councils.
The rivalry between the towns was a
senseless one and only led, to   enmity
and   waste   and   tho   vote In favor of
consolidation should be  unanimous as
it doubtless will be.
Have you tried���Ironbrew.
The most miserable beings in the
world are those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. More
thau seventy-five per oent. of the people in the United States are afHioted
with these two diseases and their
effects; such as Sour Stomach, Sick
Headache, Habitual Custiveness, Palpitation of the Heart, Heart-burn.
Waterbrasb, Gnawing apd Burning
Pains at tbe Pit of the Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated Tongue uud DiS'
agreeable Taste in the Mouth Coming
up of Food after Eating, Low Spirits,
etc. Go to your Drnggist and get a
bottle of August Flower for 75 cents,
Two doses will relieve you. Try
Get Green's Prize Almanac.
-^~^��� IM lu'
Reynolds' Livery   Stable
Will Be Sold Cheap
I ���        _:_._-���..       a.
Three years lease , on  ground
property   at  $10.00
per month.
c &-_�� . , _. ' i'        _ ���:__T_t_lj~<.
Apply to
fi. E. CAMERON, Apt
Baker Street.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager,
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by moil receive careful and prompt attention
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
a��c- ******** ea_8>
The Year Hook of British Uolumbla
ln spealclng of the possible markets
for Iron and stool to bo produced in
the province sayB, "it is impossible
at the present time to obtain complete returns of imports of all
countries which would afford a market for British Columbia iron and
steel, if produced, but the trade returns of Great Britain and the United
Htfltes are a fair indication of tho
market as a whole. Taking the
I'billipine Islands, China, .lapan,
Mexico, Guatemala, San Salvador,
Nicaragua, Costa Itlco, Republics of
Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru,
Chili, Brazil, Uruguay ond the Argentine republic, the Hritish East Indies,
Hong Koug anil Australiasla, the
markets of which uro either now nr
would be in tlio future equally available for British Columbia products of
A delightful tonic���Ironbrew.
If yon don't like Blue Ribbon Tia it's
beoause you never tasted it.
No   harmful
ingredients   in���Iron.
The newest and beat summer drink-
Iron brew.
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
Kates to all railway and
lake points.
General Agent,
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors west
C.P.R. offices.
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders bj mall to _p*ur branch will bave careful m**\ oranwt attention.
The papers o' tho Boundary country
aro pointing with pride to tho way in
which tho tonnage of oro is increasing
and tho figm-s reveal that what the
millers are accomplishing Ib worth the
space thc journals are giving It. Tho
(Ireenwood Times says: "The tonnago
of the Boundary district lnst^ear was
'.17,781 tons and foi six months of this
year 176,750 tons, this exhibiting a
very large and creditable increase.
Adding July's tonnage,which brought
up the total for seven months to Mil,-
760 tons, this year's output has already
exceeded last year's by 111,1188 tons,
and arrangements are now being forwarded which, should nothing occur
to interfere with the confidently anticipated progress, will in all reasonable
probability swell the Boundary's ng-
gregate tonnage for Idol to proportions
that will make this year's production
about fourfold that of lust year. And
since this forecast leaves out of the
calculation all prospective shipments
from   the Brooklyn group, Snowshoe,
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill et PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
iind LA 111 .0.
West Transfer Co.
Goal as Wood
Best  Fir and  Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Office on  Baker Street. Tel. 33
Our stock is now complete in the above lines.    Call and be
convinced that the most complete stock
is carried  by the
Notice is hereby given that I huve
mpuunded ono grny horso bronded 4x
on near shjulder abont 17 bands
high. Tbe snid horse unless the same
is in the meantime redeemed by paying all damages, if uny, costs and expenses us fixed by tho Pound and Bog
Tax fly-Law No. SO, will be sold at
Public Auction at the City Pound at
the Northwest corner of the Recreation ground on Thursday, the 22nd
day of August ut '. o'clock in tho
aftornoon. E. M'UltEtJOR,
Nelson, B. C,  Aug. 17th, 11)01.
and try a bottle, a down, or a barrel of
aALGARY  BEER  as lt Ih tho best and
uapoKt   on    tho    market.    Also   try  our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
PRANK  A. TAMBLYN. M_-___���.
Telephone) 93 n��>iir HL, Nelson
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Shortest and qtilokcRt route to tho caHt and all
potntnontliuO.it. (UN. and Northern l'a-
clllc Itiillwa. h in Washington, Orogon and
Southern States. 1
Time Card Effective August 1.1901
Kaslo & Slocan By-
1901 1901
The Store With
Right Prices
New Goods Arriving Every Day
When our new stock is complete we will have by far the FINEST DISPLAY OF FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
ver shown to the public of Nelson.
Call and see our Rattan Chairs, Baby Carriages, Go  Carts,  Morris
Chairs, Verandah Chairs, etc.
J. 0. BUNYAN & GO.
8:30 ii. mi. Lv.
10:66 p.m. Ar.
Ar. 4*0 p. m.
Lv. I'M p. in.
About that- second band article of
yours. You'll sell It if you'll advvr-
tise it in The Minor waul 00)nm*
Int IJav- & Trading Go-
6:20 p. in. Lv. Nolson Ar. 11:00 a. in.
11:111 p. m. Ar. Kaslo l.v. 7:00 a. in.
Connooting at Fivo Milo Point with Nelson
& Fort "hoppard Railway both to and from
ltosriiand, ot_.      	
Steamer from Nolson loavoH K. It. & N.
wharf, Kaulo, 11. ('., St, for Lardo on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays at 0:30 p. m, returning the same ovonlng.
Tic~ol~ Hold to all parts la Unltod _taU~- and
Canada via Great Northern and O. H sc N.
Co. - Urns'.
Ooean HtoaniHhlp tlck.otH And rates via all
llnoH will bo furnlHliod on application.
For furthor particulars oull on or oddrcs
_l_n>ii*,,r. Kn_ln.fi, C
G. K Tackabohy A.'tont. Nol-ion. B. C.
If there is anything: you reo,uira,ask
for  it  In   tlm aoljuiarm of the Miner.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which Ij Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up  Capital,   .8,000,000;    Reserve   Fund,   32,000,000;
te Resources Over 865,000,000.
B. 8. WALKER, Genoral Manager.
Aggregate Resources Over 865,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. OOX, President       	
, ' London Ollice: 6n Lombard Street, E.
New York Ollice: 16 Exchange Place.
And 68 branches ln Canada and the United State . Including:
Atlin Greenwood Nklson Sandon
CiiANiiitdoK        Kamloops Nkw Wkstminbtkk   Vancouver
Fernie Nanaimo Rossland Viotoria
YUKON DISTRICT-Dawson and White Horse.
UNITKD 8TATK8-New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Skagway,
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Reoeivod and Interest Allowed.  Present Bate 11 Per Cent
Nelson Branch.
���������������������"������'���''���"���fii����<_i��-.����i~>i .-ni"ii��"��
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to Q. L. LENNOX, Bak-v St
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter,
Kelson. 1. O. Nblbon   Dailv Minek, Tuesday August so, igo\
Leading Features of the Circus That Showed Here
Yesterday.      ,
Menagerie.    Clowns.    Pink
Lemonade and Toy
I OrUHc ORAM on.il/ 0* MM .owo.n
That necessary adjunct to a small
hoy's summer vacation���a circus���has
come and gone. It marked thc only
occasion in the year that pater
familias Is Riad that he is the father
of a large family for it provides him
with oxcusoB.of assorted ages and sizes,
for turning out again to see the army
of funny clowns, to say nothing of the
monkeys and the wonderful performing elephant. Any circus that dous
not have clowns and monkeys and an
elephant and pink lemonade and toy
balloons is no circus at all. Tbey
were all there yesterday, all for the
one price of admission which allowed
you to seethe grand collection of wild
and ferocious animals in the first tent
to the right, and then to pass into the
tho immense waterproof tent beyond,
where for three hours the world's
greatest artists would give an entertainment the equal of whicli was never
before given under canvas. At least
that was what the bills and a young
man with a red handkerchief around
his neck���and he had any amount of
neck���told the public.
After you separated yourself from
your money you went in among the
aforo-mentioned wild and ferocious
animals. They were a mild looking
lot and were really most indifferent
to the admiring glances of the nicest
young ladies of Nelson. Directly opposite the main entrance was a huge
Hoyopolus which ip composed of a
body about twice tho size of an ordinary ox, a pair of horns which oegan
to grow when they were soft and consequently sagged down, and a nose
that looked as if it had been in a
railroad smash-up. The nostrils are
so arranged that they can defect an
odot from any direction but from an
artistic standpoint they were put in
wrong. It was an ill-mannered Hoyopolus for It ehowed gum In a most
Vulgar way all the time the sooiety
people were looking at it. Next you
came to a pair of small black bears
and the pocket edition of a porcupine,
animals exceedingly rare in this part
of the country. In the next cage a
hyena lay on its back and kicked its
feet in the air in a very indecent manner. But the palm for hideousness
was carried off by the black Polar
bear. Its only redeeming feature was
a dinky little white spot on its breast
which gave it a very decollette look.
Then came the monkeys, one of which
showed a strong resemblance to Joe
Downs. They were very fond of life,
in faot they were busily engaged looking for it all over their bodies. The
lion was a beauty. Be was a huge
fellow with a mane that gave him a
truly regal appearance. He was wild.
It was enough to make any self respecting lion wild to travel with snch
a small menagerie. The elephant was
a huge old girl that rejoiced iu the
name uf Queen. For an old maid she
was very untidy as she threw big
bunches of dirt all over her back. She
showed the fallacy of the generally
belioved faot that a female can't throw
straight, and although sho is sixty
years old she ate popcorn with the
Bppetite of the ordinary aummer girl.
There was a sacred ox from India and
an Asiatic Yak that looked as if it had
been born In a threshing machine and
lived on cyclones. A queor looking
horse and a dromedary with an apologetic exoieasion on its face made up
the rest of the collection.
And then the main show coinmoncod
in the big tent with a procession which
around twice around tho two
rings, in which everyone took part.
It was tho first appoarnnce of the
clowns and it is too bad that it was
not tholr last, for of all tho bum
clowns that ever happened, those were
the worst. It was also the first ap
pearanee of the band. Now circus
bands are generally about tbe limit
as bands go, the only redeeming feat'
ures being the speed with which they
play and their evident dosire to get
it ovei as soon as possible. Uut Sells
& Urays' band is different. It actually played music. It should have
been put in the Bide show with the
rest ol the curiosities. Next to the
man who shouted "Pop corn, feeve-a
bag, " and popped on your corns while
he was serving his customers, tho
band was the most pleasing part of
the show.
The dorses were a flue lot but they
did preciouB little. A girl turned
some somersaults on the back of one
while a man endeavored to do ths
same on the back of another and that
was about all they did. The best
baro-baek riding was done by a cluwn
Highest Honors, World's Falf
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair
Avoid llaklug Powders containing
ulum.   Thoy are Injurious tu health
who did some clever and funny   work
with his friend, a mule.
Queen came in to do her stunt which
consisted of walking over her keeper
and balancing herself on two feet.
There didn't seem to be much to the
latter aot as her feet were big enough
to balance a brick block on. Her
movements shook oft some of the dirt
and showed that her skin waa terribly
wrinkled. If it was pulled out even
there would be enough to cover two
The aorobatic force consisted chiefly
of tightB as the same people came out
time after time, but always in different colored costumes. However, some
of the woik was very good, lint the
man who tackled the horizontal bars
was positively awful. Any boy in
Nelson ten years of age, who cannot
doubly'discount him has good reason
to be ashamed of himself. Two beautiful young ladies went on the platform between the two rings and gave
every indication of their intention to
make a meal of a table and chair.
However, it resolved itself into a display of jaw power that can bo found
only in beautiful young ladies.
They hung by sheir teeth to ropes and
were pulled skywards and one of them
held a trapeze in her mouth���that is a
piece of leather to whicli tbe trapeze
was attached���and the other performed on it.
But the best of the whole show in
that line was the Eddy family, composed of eig!-* people. They are acrobats of the urst water and the chief
charm of their acts is the grace with
whioh they perform them. One girl
stands on thc sohulders of a girl who
stands on the shoulder, of another girl
and turns a backward Bomersaullt on-1
to tbo shoulders of a: man who is
standing-on the Bhoulders of another
man.   That's a pretty good tn ek.
There waB the usual conceit alter
the main show and to its credit let it
be said that it was no worse than the
ordinary circus concert. Bnt that's
not saying much foi it. There was
also a Bide show which wa9 pretty
nearly half as good as the painted
canvases out in front of it.
But on the whole It is worth going
to if only to get a peep at tbat magnificent lion who looked as dignified
in his dirty little oage as if he were
reigning supreme in his native jungle.
t   NIGHTS   4
Wednesday, Aug. 21
Opening   in   the Pastoral and Society
Drama   from   the pen   of J. (J. Stutt,
in four   acts, entitled
"Was She to Blame?"
A pure play abounding in comedy and
startling situations
The entire excellent company
in the following cost of characters :
Diane, "Was She to Illume"	
 Miss   Agnes Anderson
Martha Ann   Hopton,   the   Foster
Auntie, loving and kind	
 Miss   Aggie   Marion
Hester Severn, the Exacting Sister
 Miss   Beatrice Gordon
Lawrence Severn, tho Boy Artist,
aged  15   years Max Lingham
Lord Kurston,True in Heart	
 Mr.   Oeo Olmi
Pruno Severn, Exacting and Revengeful W. ti, Harvey
Dootor Alcove, An   Expert	
 I Alex    Wilkins
Ebenezer, Like all   Boys. .Geo. Jessop
Vetitpan, French Butler, Susceptible to the Charms, of the American   LaJy Oscar King
Elani Washington Pancake. Son of
Jefferson Adam Munroe Pancake, J. P., of Huckleberry
Township, State of Vermont..
 J.   O. Stuttz
The only company having the right
to produce   this  realistic life   drama.
Change of play each night. All
new ones. All good ones. All good
ones. Nothing bnt the best. Big bargain matinee Saturday afternoon.
Bey sure and get the genuine   BENNETT'S GUTTA PERCHA FUSE.not
something that_looks   like   it.    Lawrence Hardware Co., AgentB.
Civil Engineers and Provincial Load
P. 0. Bro US .W_~_.n  B.C
Is   lame    or    inteiferes
bring  him  to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop, Jo
sephine Street
East Kootenay's 1st Annual
Mineral, Agricultural
and Industrial Exhibition
Three Days  of instruction,  Interest
and Enjoyment.
Minenl Exhibit, Buoking Contests,
Agricultural Exhibit, Horse Races. The
best program ever seen in the oountry.
See posters and oiroulaus for further
particulars. Specially low return rail-
rates from all points.
A. W. M'VITTIE, Secretary.
N. E. T. CO.
Made by Thorpe & Co.���Ironbrew.
Tne latest scores  at the butts are as
200     500    600    Tot'l
J.   D.   Tinkiss....2l) :il
N. T. McLeod ....81 20
J. McKenzie 29 28
E. J. Boyce  21 27
"I was troubled for several years
with chronic indigestion and >.iervouB
debility," writes P. 3. Green, of Lancaster, N. H. "No remedy helped me
until I began using Electric Hitters,
whioh did me more good than all the
medicibes I ever used. They have also
kept ray wife in excellent heailth for
years. She says Electric Hitters are
just splendid for femule troubles; they
are a grand tonic and invlgorator for
weak, run down women. No other
medicine can take its plaee in onr
family " Try them. Only Mc.
Satisfaction guaranteed by Canada
Drug ._ Book Co.
Cooling nnd   refreshing���Ironbrew.
Patenaude Bros.
+ H00+********************
& CO.       i
X Phone 117 I
*********** ***************
By kind permission of Capt.
if fine.
Advertisements inserted under thin hoad at
the rate of one oent a word per insertion. No
advertisement taken for lnt~ than 25 cont~.
Situation Wanted advortlsomonts lnsorted
throe times freo of chance.
BOOMS TO RENT.���... VV, C. Block-
Two rooms en suite, on Ward st.,
also rooms facing the west. On September 1, two single rooms and two
or three en suite facing Baker st.
Furnished or unfurnished. Mrs. 1'.
J. Squire, Room 41, K.    VV. C. lilock.
TO RENT.���Rooms and ollice in   Clement,   Hillyer block.   Apply to   the
NelBon Electric Tramway otlices.
ROOM and board in   private ,family.
Apply ou Siliea  street, second   door
west of Ward.
ROOM for   rent at
Silica street.
Mrs.   McBeath's,
NELSON Employment Agency. Baker
street.    Phone 278.   J. II. Love.
WANTED.���Ti:   Cutters,   10c per tie.
KaiLoad   men   for    Lardo.     Dishwasher.    Girl for housework.
Contracts taken   for   Diamond   Core
WESTERN Canadian Employment
Office.    Phone   270.  H. A.    Prosser.
WANTED.���Railroad laoorers. Girls
for   housework.    Woman   to   Cook.
Orst-class (look, out of town.
FREE  Hilling  -laid   IT llrs   We  are
anxious to secure a Tew free milling icolfl
properties ut once. The Proxpector'H ~v-
change, Nelsou, B. I', Room 4, K.-W.-C.
Band Car and extra leave
Stanley street corner at 7:40
p. m.
You shouldn't send out of town for
cards for yourself or your husband
until you see what The Miner can do
for you.
COLD-ILVKBCOrrKU LEAD-nlue_    and
prospects wanted. Send report and huiii-
plen lo the Prospector's Exchange. Nelson.
B.C.   Koom 4 K.-W.-���. bloek.
NKLSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. &
M. meets second Wednesday in
month.   Visiting brothern welcome
I. O. O. F. Kootenay Lodge
No. 16, meetH every Monday night,
at  their Hall, Kootenay street
vJourninK Odd FellowB cordially invitod.
lin A. McRae. N.G.   D. \V. Kuthorford, V.G
Are you in want? If you are, tell
the people, through The Miner want
column, what you arc In want of.
You'll get it.
N. Al. Cuuiinitiri, Leasee���Kvory known
variety of null drinks. P u Bon as. Telephone
No. 31. Hoover Struct, Nelson. Bottlurs of tho
famous au Leon Mot Springs Mineral Wutor
C.ANK Sc MACDONALD 111. Cu.no, J&ino
. A. Macdonald)���Architects and superin
tondoniH, ltro���i:n Hill lilock, corner Uakor and
Ward siroete, Nelson
HJ. KVANS 4c CU.-liuker Street, Nol
��� son���Wholesale dealers in liquors, ci-
gars, cement, lire brick and lire clay, wator
pipe aud steel rails, aud gouerul commission
Wholesaie uud retail dealers in grain,
hay, flour, feed. Mills at Victoria, New West
minsujr; ilklmonton, Alta. ililevators on Calgary aud lulmuuujii Hallway. Manufacturers
of the celebrutod il. Sc K. brand cereals.
MACDONALD   & Co.-Corner   Fron
    and Hall StreeiH���W holesale   grocer
aud jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boot__
rubburtt, mackinaws and miners' sundries.
PBUKN;. & Co.-Baker titreet, Nelson-
���   Wholesale dealers iu fresh and cured
meal*.   Cold Storage.
Haker Street, Nelsou���Wholesale dea
ers in fresh and cured meats,
iulnert.'  supplies,  uporting  goods
Street,   Neluon ��� Wholesale   .1_.r_~._i.   iv
M'LACHLAN DROS. .Successors to Van
couver Hardware Co, Ltd.. I_._l.t_i' Street.
Nelson���Wholesale dualers In hardware and
mining BuppUos, plumbers' aud liusmithi.' sup
Fred J. Squire, Per. Sec.
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter No. 12;., G. H. C.
Meots third Wednesday. Sojour: iug compan
ioiiB invited. George Johnstouo, A. E. W.
Matthew*., S. E.
For Rainbow Trout
T. G. Procter's houseboat is now for
rent by the day or week. Special rates
for family parties. First-clnss conk
and attendant in oharge. Hates $2.50.
per dnv. Parties can get off boats
either going or returning from Nelson.
The boat for the next two weeks will
be stationed below the Briokyard,
nearly opposite Procter.
Pirstclass flsliing.swimmin g and boat
ing. Apply to T. G. Procter, Baker
street, for further information.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited,
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-1 White Pine Lumber Always In
We carry ft comploto Black of Coast Flooring
Colling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and
lloors. Spoolftl ordor work will receive prompt
attontion'   Mail orders solicited.
Mines Examined and Reported On.
Mining Engineer'
Boom 4. K.-W.C. Block,
Nelson, B. C.
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Montreal
Allan Lino Tunisian  Aug. 30
Allan  Uno Numidlan -0Dt",I
Beaver Line Lake Suporior Auk. do
Beaver Line Lake Simcoe Sept. a
Franco-Canodian Lino Garth Castlo.... Aug. 30
Franco-Canadian Lino Wasmu Sopt. 17
From Portland, Me.
Dominion Line Vancouver Sopt. 7
Dominion Line Dominion  Sopt. u
From Now York
White Star Lino Teutonic Aug. 28
White Star Lino Germanic -0Dt'.,T
Cunard Line Etruria Aug 31
Cunard Line bor.ia Sopt 3
Amorioan Line tit. Paul   A"?'2?
American Lino St. Louis BeW. ��
Fronoh Line L'Aquitaino Aug. a
Fronch Line La Champagno  Sept. 6
N. G. L. Kai orin Maria Theresia Sept. 10
Anohor Line City ot Borne.. Sept. 7
Hamburg American Dcut_chland Bopt. 6
For further particulars apply to
City Passenger Agent, Nelson, B. C.
General S.S. \_ent. C.P.R. Offlios, Winuloog
NELSON LODGE  No.26, K. of P.
Samoots in K. of P. hall, Oddfellows block
_l5]tlrstand thlre Tuesday evening of oich
ninonth at 8 o'clock.
'All visiting knight* cordially invite
Wm. Irvinb, C.C.
A. T. Park, K. of R. and S.
Nelson Enca pment No. 7. Meets every 2nd
and 1th Friday of each month, in Odd Fellows
Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay stroot..
Nelson. A. H. Clements, C. P.; D. MoArthu.'
R. S.   Visiting brothers always wolri��m.
NELSON L. O. L. No. 1692 meets in Fraternity Hall on first and third Friday evonings
of each month at 8 o'olook. Visiting member
oordlally invited. W. W. Bradley, W. K.
A,Mioty. R.S.	
NELSON AERIE No. 22, F. 0. E��� meets
every socond and fourth Wednesdays of each
month. Visiting members cordially invlt
Charles Prosser, Secretary.
Kootonay Tent No. 7, K. O. T. M��� hold thoir
regular meetings in Fraternity Hall, I, O. O. F.
block, on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each
month. Visiting brothron cordially invitod to
attend. G. A.Brown, K. K.; A. P. Purdy, Com.
K. J.Stool, D. S. C.
. oils and glbss-
Agents foi Ontario Powder Works; iruumiu.
NELSON   HARDWARE   CO.- Wholesale
paints, oils and glsss; mechanics' tools.
rpURNKR, BEKTON Sc Co.-Cornor Vornou
X and Josephine Streota, Nelson���Whole
sale dealers in liquors, cigars, and dry goods.
Agents fur Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
aud Calgary Browing Co. of Calgary.
HUDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholesale groceries
and liquors eto.. Baker Streot, Nelson.
Olhco comer Hall and Front Stroet-
N olson���Lumber, celling, llooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes. Got out
prioes.   Correspondence solicited.
GALLON Ir. CO.- Dealer., in  ore sacks
and twinos.  Always ft large Htock on
hand. Telephone295. Room II. K.-W.-C Block
COURT KOOTENAY, I. O. F., No. 31311.
Meetings ith Thursday of month. Fratornal
hall, J A Irving C R,   P. H, Fleming. RS.
Nelson Court Star of Kootonay, A. O. F.
Moots 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in every
monlh. Visiting brethren welcome. W. Mac-
Mlllan, C.R.   Ilobort McLeod, Sec.
Spokane Falls ��fc
Northern R'v.
Nelson A Fort
W. H. BROWN & 00.,   .    NELSON
Construction Work
Porto Eico Lumber Co.,
Hood Ollice -1'o'lrTT and Voinon yu, Nolson
Wilt pay the highest oaah prioe for all
kinds of second hand goods. Will bay
or sell anything from an anohor to a
needle. Fnrnitnre, stoves, oarperta,
-ooking utensils, bonght in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing,
Oall and see me or write. Addreep
Silver King Mike, Bos aoa. EU1I
8��r_e., Nel��on. B  *>���
obtained in all oountrieB
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N. A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Write for full particulars.
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
Winnipeg One Fare Round
August 20th to 28th
On Account of Medical Association Convention.
1st and 3rd Wednesday evonings of
each month at I .alornky ball,
corner ot Bakor and Kootonay
streets. Visiting brothorn cordially invitod.
Ki>waud MACLEOD. Secretary.
H. & M. BIRD
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
,'Mr. Hen Ilodp.'s residence on Mill
street with four IoIk; five rooms down
stairs, threo bedrooms and large
bathroom upstairs, furnace Just put
m���A well built and comfortable
homo.    Terms of payment   easy.
See also list of houses and lots for
sale and residences for rent ut door of
our offices next to MoArthur's on Baker street.
Buffalo and Return
Good for sixty days, first
and third Tuesday, August,
September and October.
Through passenger trains between Spokane and Nelson. Buffet
service between Spokane and
Leave DAT TRAIN Arrive
ii Ml a.m Spokane 7:35 p.m
12:25 p.m KosBland 4:10 p.m
10:10 a.m Nelson 6:o5 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. __ T.A.
Spokane  Wash
ARent,Nelson, B.O,
Wlndsrmere Mlaea.  UomsiondenosSolloltod
I have a large warehouse and am
prepared to store all kinds of goods
trosner's Second Hand Store, Ward
To All Eastern Points via
Lake Route, All-Rail or Soo
Line, via St. Paul or Chicago.
BUFFALO. $76.00.
Sixty    Days'    Limit.
Good going August 6th, 20.
Through Sleeping Cars Kootenay Ldg. to Toronto. Arrowhead to Vancouver.
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. B.f.
For pamphlets descriptive of Canadian Pacittc lours and for Time Tab a,
Rates,   Tickets,   apply
H. L. Brown,
City Passenger Agent
, S. Oart-K,
Dis. Vase. Agt.
A. G. P. A.
Vanconver Nklson Daily Minkr, TuEfcJ.iv. AunusT jc
A touch of warm
Hf.1 mOCKS weather suggests Hammocks, Where can you find more
comfort than in a Hammock?
Where can you find more square
met ol luxury lor so little money as
in the particular Mammocks we are
selling. Good colorings, well made,
large and roomy, and above all
strong and good value.
Pianos to Kent at 87 per month.
���******/******** >AWV��****r>ftA/>*A��
The Terpsichoroan club will hold a
dunce at Lakeside Park this evening.
Milward's orchestra will furnish
music for thc occasion.
A new wrinkle in parasols was observed at the circus yesterday consist'
ing of a white parasol with photos of
Kootenay scenery printed on the outer
Fireman Stutter, while oleaning I
window at the Are hall yesterday
slipped and drove his hand against a
sharp glass with a force that caused a
section of the thumb to be cut entirey
The tug Red .Star, with its new
owners oil boaid, arrived from Kaslo
yesterday on its lirst trip between
Nelson and the former place. It
will he used for carrying local
Mrs. O. R. Young received a telegram yesterday afternoon that her
brother, 3eorge MHes, was among
those who perished in the wreck of
the steamship Islander. Mr. Miles
was a resident of Victoria, where he
resided for many years. Mis. Young
is deeply affected hy her bereaTfiment.
A fishing party composed of G. K.
Taekahury, Charles Levis, W. Tebo
and J. W. McLaren whipped seveial
miles of Kokanee creek on Sunday
last, and returned to Nelson with 301
brook trout weighing 17)^ pounds.
They fished from 8 a. rn. to 6 p. m.
The red ant and cowdung were the
flies most favored by tho trout that
The financial district meeting of the
Methodist church of the Kootcna ys
will bo held in Cranbrook today, and
the Methodist ministers of (he western
district passed through the city last
night to attend it. Rev. .1. II. While
of Nelson, is chairman of the district.
After presiding at the meeting he will
continue his trip to Fernie and
Michel, returning in three or four
A number of photos of tho Camborne
district, have been placed on exhibition
in tho window of the Canada Hook &
Drug Co., showing the ledges from
which the ore in the window tvm
taken. The timber depicted in the
photos is magnificent, and if it is
among such cedars that the llros in
the Lardeau are now raging, a great
deal of the valuable assets of thc
countiy are being destroyed
Tho big New York Theatre Co. will
open their four nights engagement at
the opera house Wednesday evening
in the powerful pastoral cmedy drama
"Was She to Blame." Popular sum
mer prices will prevail, 26, .'IT, and SO
cents. Manager Annable has secured
this company to fill 111 an interval for
the Bummer and guarantees high class
dramatic productions at prices within
the reach of all. There will bo a
change of plaj nightly.
The advent of the circus gave the
police very little trouble us a close
watch was kept to see that the usual
grafts wore Dot worked. A few cases
of   short   change   were reported, one
man being cheated out of 820, Rather
1I11111 have any trouble the management handed the police a twenty dollar gold piece and two tickets   for the
night  performance  for thu man that
was defrauded.      A   number   of   skin
games would have  been  worked  had
not the police prohibited them.
Two of the circus employees hired a
boat Sunday and went out to try their
luck fishing. Not being very well
acquainted with the habits of trout,
for bait they took out dough, and a
bystander having Uid them that some
nice fish had been caught in tht
vicinity of the 0. P. R. wlmrf.and the
location of the wharf pointed out to
them, they rowed awuy. Three hours
Inter they came back with a stiing of
largo suckers, which they proudly
proclaimed as trout, saying that it
was the first time in years that thev
had been a-Ushing but that tncy had
not forgotten how, and wishing ihey
ban a few more days to enjoy such
magnificent sport. Thoy were so
proud and happy in the consciousness
of theii abiiiv as fishermen that the
boat house keeper had not the heart to
uiuli-it ve them as to tbu variety of
the fish they had caught.      _ _���_
A new watei main Is being laid on
Ilall street between the city wharf
and Front street.
A thunder storm passed over the
city about midnight <>n routo east.
There was quite a fall of rain but not
mongh to quench the forest lircs that
are raging in the mountains.
A pack train of supplies was taken
out over thu old Burns trail up Col-
tonwoud creek and back of Bald
mountain by J. McGregor to the Magi
group, on which development is being
A freight barge that was being
towed down the lake to Nelson from
Kootenay Landing ran ashore near
Procter Sunday night and was not
floated ngain till early Monday
A stiikc oceui red at tho Nelson
Planing mills yesterday, the demand
being for a nine hour day, or an increase in wages. The mills were
closed yesterday, but the management
says work will be continued today as
A lecture was given last evening at
tho corner of Haker and Ward streets
describing the siege of Mafeking, by
one of the town guard that did such
good work in Us dofence. A large
crowd was attracted by the lecture,
which was most interesting.
A rancher who resides near the Narrows, below Procter, was in town yesterday purchasing supplies. He states
that everything in that vicinity has
boen quiet since the completion of the
Balfour branch, but farming operations are going along steadily and
considerable land has been cleared and
put under crop this season.
The n-.teling of the City Council last
night did not materialize, as other at
tractions in piogress at the same time
proved too tempting to allow mora
than enough for a quorum to attend,
and even they were iu a hurry to get
away. On motions of Alderman Hamilton seconded by Alderman Patterson
it was decided to adjourn till this
evening at 8.30.
Acting Chief Chambers of the fire
department gave the brigade a valuable practice run at. 2 o'clock this
morning when he caused an alarm to
be rung in from the 0. P. R. depot.
The membors ot the brigade mustered
quickly but thc horse that is temporarily filling the place of the one that
recently died gave considerable
trouble by becoming "rattled" and
knocking down the suspended harness, thereby Bearing its mate. However, in spite of this, the,response to
the alarm was rapid. The chief is
expected to return to the city today
with a new horse to complete the
At the sitting of the local police
court yesterday morning before Mayor
Fletcher, the case of Contractor Gillett, who was Bumiuoned for cutting
down trees on llendryx street, adjoining the new high school grounds, was
heard. Whilo thc clearing of the
grounds on the site of the new
grounds was going on, the city workmen were also employed in grading
Latimer and llendryx streets in front,
of tbe site. Mr. Gillett had told the
foreman to have the trees on llendryx
street out down, and this was done.
The instruction of the city engineer
had been to leave all the trees standing in opening up new streets that it
was possible to spaie. S.S Taylor,K.C.
whe acted for Gillett, asked the foreman, who was called as witness, who
he generally received his orders from.
He stated they wero issued generally
by the mayor but sometimes by the
aldermen. Mr.Taylor then asked him
if in the present case he had received
the order from Mr. Gillett as a civic
official and he replied that he had.
Mr. Taylor then said that aa the trees
had been cut down by city workmen
under the order of a foreman who had
leceived bIB orders from an alderman,
who was also member of the public
works comniitee, he did net see how
that aldermen could he proceeded
ngainst as a private citizen. Mayoi
Fletcher then dismissed the case.
of Dawson, nnd, with Mrs.   Hubbard,
has left for his northern post.
Mrs. II. E. Wbitaker and son Lawrence, of Detroit, Mich., are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lester for a season. They are on an extended tour
throughout the west and will stop at
Seattle, Wash., Denver, Col., and
other cities.
Quests registered at the Queens yesterday were: A. J. Coursier, Heaver,
Col.; A. Mcl'hail, Robson; W. A.
Simpson, Cranbrook; R. T. Kirkwood,
New Denver, C. E. Smitheringale,
Slooan; A, Funks, New Denver; G.
McLeod, Sandon.
The guests at the Hume yesterday
were: I). H. Neliis, Mrs. Spenser,
Mrs. Keiley, VVoodherryj T. V.
Grundy, Winnipeg;.!. H. Donald, \V.
R. Davey, (hand Forks; D. K. Mae-
son, Toronto; G. II. Ayard, New
Denver, ti. M. Geitting, Socan; J.
Outlet,  Kaslo.
Among those registering at the
Phair yesterday were: W. S. Rugh,
Bo.sand; Mr. ami Mrs. E. N. Fell,
Athabasca; G. Cakes, Spokane; Geo.
.laeohy, A. Munroe, Montreal; H.
Johns, Gieenwood; Mr. and Mrs. E.
Kirby, Jacksonville, 111. ; E. 1).
Biid, Greenwood; D. Peters, J. L.
Doupe, Winnipeg; Miss, C. Bennett,
Miss K. Bradshaw, Slocan; W. F.
Dubois, Arlington; J. T. Parrott.
Continued from First Page.
lost and proffered   aid
wherever   re-
Nanaimo, B. C, Ang; 19.���Fears
are cuteitained that William Sabislon
and James Hilbert of this city were
lost on the ill-fated Islander. Their
names are not among the lists of survivors, and they are believed to huve
been on board.
W. V. Dubois, of the Arlington
mine,  is at the Phair.
C. E. Smitheringale, editor of the
slocan Drill, is at tne Queens,
A. Mcl'hail, contractor on the Hobson bridge, is stopping at the Queens
Mr. T. II. Emery, formerly business
manager of thc Kossland Miner, is in
thi! city on business visit,
Miss R, Colli.iS, for the past two
years a resident of Nelsou, lull for
hor home in Toronto last night.
William 8. Hugh of the West Kootenay Power & Light copmany, was in
tbe Oity yesterday from Bonnington
Falls. '
L. A. Campbell, manager of the
West Kootenay Power & Light Company,      was     here     from     Kossland
Rev, Dr. Wright, is expected to arrive in Nelson this evening after his
vacation spent with his family in the
Boundary country.
Harry li.  Hubbard, who for the past,
three   years   has   been one of the ma- |
chine operators of Thi!  Miner, has ae-,
cepted a position with the Yukon Sun, [
Victoria, B, C, Aug. 19.���Vioton-
ans are waiting patiently for an
official list of those who lost their
lives in the disaster which overtook
the steamer Islander, for although the
list of dead nas been reduced to 42 by
the reports which reached Vancouver
this afternoon, there are still a number of names which have not been received here. The day has been given
to a discussion of the accident. It is
said by some that it is quite possible
that the steamer struck on a rugged
reef which runs out from Tantallon
Point, as few icebergs are found in
that part of the Sound, they mostly
finding their way ont by Taku Arm.
But, it must be remembered, that for
every foot ice above water there are
seven feet under water and it is possible for a navigator to see one which
his steamer is running onto. All admit
by the time that Capt. Foote reached
the bridge it was too late to beach the
vessel, in fact, it was impossible as
tho propel lor was out of water. Tne
crew, according to the evidence of all,
acted splenciidy and left the boats to
the passengers, they themselves being
satisfied with pieces of wreckage to
cling to until picked up by the boats
Capt. Foote did not jump from the
raft, but was thrown off it when it
capsized and he went down as he could
not swim a atroke. Some o; the passengers acted most inhumanely, cutting
the ropes as soon as they got into the
boats and pushing off from the steamer. The chief criticism as to the
operation of the steamer is that she
should have been slowed down as soon
as it was found that sho was running
into ice.
^_-_��      v m:i:-.;_*'.���
Victoria, B. C, Aug. 1!).���Second
Officer Powell made the statement to
night that he and Capt. Foote got on
a raft ufter leaving the steamer,
which sank under them. The passengers ou the raft badgered thc captain
sc that he dropped off and got hold of
un oar which kept hiin up until after
day light when he sank. Thc second
officer was ttireatened with a revolver
in tho bands ol one of the passengers
and slipped from the raft and got on
to a cabin door from which he was
taken in tlie morning. The stewards
stayed with the steamer until she
sank, endeavoring to get the passengers out In fact, the second stewaid
remained after the vessel had sunk
and was lost, being drawn down as he
was running through the saloon waking thc passengers and urging them
to save themselves. When it is considered that IBS peoplo were saved out.
of 170 in seventeen minutes, in which
time the six life boats and four life
rafts were successfully launched, it
Bhows that splendid work wus done
by the crow. Of the 23 mon in the
steward's department only four found
places in the boats, the others relying
on such wreckage as they could find as
the engineers and officers had done.
Tne fact that tho Islander was well
supplied with life belts mado it possible for many of the passengers to remain alloat until picked up by the
Mr. D. K. Young, managing director of the Similkameen Valley Coal
Companv, Limited, has just returned
from a visit to the east. While there
he visited Toronto. Buffalo, Chicago,
St. Paul, Minneapolis and other
points.    The journey was made in the
interest of his company and he says he
closed somo satisfactory deals on its
behalf. The work of developing the
property of the company will be commenced within the next 60 days. Mr.
Yonng while in Buffalo saw the sights
of the Pan-American Exposition and
says that it is meritorious and worthy
of inspection. Thc illumination is one
of the most, attractive features. Ihe
buildings, he says, are line from an
architectural standpoint. That part
of the Exposition devoted to the eariug
of babes in Inoubatois seems, he says
to bo one of the centers of interest.
The Canadian portion of the show is
worthy of the country It is intended
to represent. Coming home, he says,
he noticed that the crops were large
in Minnesota and Dakota; in fact,
they are the best raised in years. The
intense heal,however, had a bad effect
on the crops in the cast and Bouth
and on the whole they will bo below
the average in tho United States.
The last issue of the Provincial
(Jazette contains the following announcements:
A vacation has boen declared in the
County Court of Kootonay from August
1 to October 1.
Block 40 in Nelson has been reserved
aud set apart for school purposes.
A certificate of incorporation has
beeu issued to the Hartford Gold Mill'
ing Company, Limited, non-personal
liability, with a capital of 8900,000,
divided into -!> cent shares. The ob-
jects are to acquire several mineral
claims in the Grand Forks mining
division and tc carry on a general
mining   business.
John Charles McLennan, of Nelson,
acting assessor, has been appoint-d
acting mining recorder of Nelson mining division, during tlie absence on
leave of Henry Wright.
Charles Arthur Batson, of Spokane,
Washington, counsellor-at-law and
attorney, has been appointed commissioner for taking affidavits iu and for
the courts of British Columbia.
Montreal, Aug. 10.���The fire whicli
started iu the sash and door factory
of D. Gagne, on Chatham street, this
afternoon spread to the box factory of
Holmes & Co., and the brass finishing
shop of Albert Holmes, doing $l!i,000
damage. The big patent medicine
factory of Davis and Lawrence was
damaged to the extent of 85,000. The
loss was fully covered by insurance.
(JA-_8;~MEAL3 a la 0ABTE.
Close connection East and West'
bound at .Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls antl Northern Railway,
aud at Bonner's Ferry witn Kootenay
Railway <t Navigation Uo.
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot wit'.i nil trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, Now York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for .East at 9:1b a.m
LeaveB Spokane daily lor West at 7:15 a-m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 8:00 p.m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San i'ranoisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation EiiBt
bound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North-West
and North-Land of UieNoiUicrn Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further Information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls Sc Northern Ily., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Kootei ai Railway & Navigation
Co , or to
H. A. JACKSON, Com'l Agent,
Spokane, Wash.
Q. K. TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
Nelson. R fl
Mr. Mack White, t.he well known trainer of
the Toronto LaorossQ Team and Osgood Hall
Football cluh writes: "I oonaldor QrlfHthB
Monthoi 1.illinium uooquilled tin- athletes or
those training, lhava used it witli the best.
HUceeHH untl cun hojirlily rocommoDd it for stiff*
news, Borenc-8, BpralaBaad nil forms of Bevelling
and iiillninm.il ion.   Price _5cents.
For Halo by J. 11. Vanatono. Nnti-on, B. C.
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning Immediately
on arrival of steamer, at tlie
rate of 1 ,
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions lo be left
with the agent,
D.  J.  YOUNG.
Can be engaged for summer months for Excursions, Picnics, Lawn Socials or anything that requires music.
Wambold's Orchestra .
For Balls, Parties, Receptions, Banquets, etc. Regular
prices. All are members of Local No HI, A. Fl of M.
Musical Protective Association. Apply to J. li. POLLARD, at E. J. Robie's Tailor Shop, linker Street.
X_.be IRo^al Bank of Canada"
CapHal  Authorized,
Incorporated 1869.
W't,��uo,oiHi.iM) I Capital Paid-up,    ,    ���    .     W2,000,iKKl.fto
Best, l.'!,;wi,0lnl.,i.
PrcBldont;   Thomas Kit-hie, Vice-Proaidoni���
'ova   Scotia-Halifax   Branch,   Antlgoni-r
Bridtfowator, Ouysboro. Londonderry, bu
enhurg. Maitland (Hants Co.), Pictou, Port
Hawkonbnry, Sydney, Shubonacadie.Truro,
New    Bruii. wick ��� Bathurst,     Dorchester,
Krodericton, Kindlon iKcnt Co.l, Mono-
ton. Newcastle, Sackville, St, John,Woodst_ck-
r. G. Inland���Charlottetown, -Utuuierside.
(trrRoard of Directors     Thomas B. Kenny,  . .���
Wiloy Smith  H. G. Bauld, Hon. David MacKeon.
Head Office, Halifax 1
General Manager, Edson L. PeaHj, Montroal.
Superintendent of Branches, and Secretary, W. B. Torrance. Halifa-r,
Itran    es I
; ebec���Montreal,   (City   Oflice),   Mont real
West End (Cor. Notro   llame aud Boi,;-
neurs Stroeta);  Wostmount (Cor. Gretino
Avenue and St. Catharines Street,
Se ~ Toundlftntl- St. John's.
Cuba. West Isdlei��� Havana.
United siutcs -New York thi tixchaego Place
Republic, Wotih.
Grand  .Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,     anconver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria
I'lirrrMpomlcnlH t
Canada���Merchants Bank of Canada.   HohIoii- National Shawmut Bank.   Chicago���Illinois
Trust and Savings Bank.   Han .ri.nrl.co���First National Bank.   I,,union,   Uug.-B-nk  of
Scotland.   Paris, France���Credit Lyonnais.   Bermuda��� Bank of Bermuda.   China und Japan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.   Spokane���Old National Hank.
Oeneral Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Ueugh
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed oa special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
t NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK. NELSON. B. G.
ii Gold, Silver-Lead  and  Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
> FREE   MILLING   GOLD  properties wanted at once for Eastern
> investors.
c Parties  having  mining   property for  sale are  requested to send
t samples of their ore. to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.
C We  desire  to  hear from prospectors who have promising mineral
S claims in liritisli Columbia.
J Prospectors  and   mining  rr.en   are requested   to make  the  EX-
C CHANGE their headquarters when in Nelson.
% All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID.
0 Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
0 Telephone No. 104.  p. o. Box 700. nelson, b. c.   J
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Every housewife who
takes delight in a
spick and span kitchen will find what she
wants in our stock of
The shining quality
of the surface is indicative of the superior merit of the
goods through and
Certificates of Improvements
New Year, Amethystine and Tourmaline mineral claims, situate iu the Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay
Where looated���On the East bank of
Ihe Columbia River, two miles south
of Trail.
TAKE NOTICE that 1,.T. D. Ander-
sou, P. L. S., of Trail, B. C, agent for
W. VV. Carlisle, Free Miner's Certificate No. B 60864, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Gruuts of the above claims.
And further take notiee that action,
under section 37, must be ''ommenoed
before the issuance of snch Certificates
of Improvements.
Dated this 2!)th day of July,   A.   D
Custom Honse Broker and Employment
Office. Tolephone 44. P. O. Box 683.
Stanley Street, Nelson, B. O.
Certilicate of Improvements
"Dora" Mineral Olaim, situate in the
NelBon Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Where looated: on Craig Mountain, near
Take notioe that 1, John D. Ander-
son, P. L. S��� of Trail, B. C��� agent for
Herbert Porter, Free Miner's certificate No. B fiolSO, intend (io <1h.ih
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a oertiflcate "i
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Orown Grant of the abova
And further take notioe that action,
nnder seotion 117 muBt ho oommcuceo
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated thiB 1st day of July A. D..
A. R. BARROW, a. ml on
Provincial  Land Surveyor
Corner Viotoria and Kootenay Sts.
P.O. Box . Talephone No.


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