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 D; i y Edition No.   Prqy _jK&._.Libr��.v,��"S��l"-
Nelson,   British  Columbia. Sunday,  July 14, 1901
Eleventh  Year
Results of Work on Group of
Claims   on   Morning
What Is Being Done at the
Mines Around   Sandon
General  Notes.
David Mowat returned to the city
on Friday evening from Morning
mountain, where he and a number of
men have been engaged during the
list week or ten days in doing development worlr on the Niagara, Spring
field, Oregon Fractional and Mary
Tudor claims. This group is the piop-
ertv of Jesse Graham. T. McCcleman,
J. II. Nickerson and the gentleman
above named of this city. As the result of their operations during the
last few days they report a rich strike
on the property of a 40 foot vein,
which has been already traced a distance of 1200 feet. The ledge has
been uncovered within 1500 feet of
Sandy creek and there is a reasonable
evidence that the ledge extends to
tho creek. The Harvey Joy, which
abuts one of tbe claims of this group,
approaches to within a few feet of the
ledge aheady exposed and th.re are
indications that the ledge extends to
tbat claim. The Harvey Joy was
located in the year 181)3, and the only
work done on it since then bas been
assessment work so that there has
been nothing to indicate thenaturo of
it beyond tht fact that the adjoining
property is so near and that the ledge
is heading in its direction. The ore is
probably a low grade but the size of
tbe ledge and the free milling quality
of the ore will make the property an
ea,��y one to work. Surface assays of
the property have yielded 8".50 and
samples of tbe ledge have been forwarded to Boston and New York A
number of men are continuing development work ou the property and the
owners are confident that they have
a good proposition on their hands.
Sandon, July 13.���The Star is the
only property that has a full force of
men working. It has about 125. The
Amercan Hoy has abont 35; the Payne
add Last Chance about 30 each; but it
Is generally supp.sed both of these
properties will increase their forces
very shortly. There are perhaps 188
more men scattered around among the
other properties.
Mr. Warner appears to he making
a success of the Wonderful mine. He.
Is Btoping now and shipping ore
found in plaee in a ledge, something
never done before in its history, previous shipments were from   Hoat   ore.
Mr. tliut'/burger is building an ore
liouse and residence at the Monitor
Three Forks. The property is turning
out well under his management.
Dr. Hendryx and Mr. Stunson aud
their wives from California, nre visiting at tho Last Chance cottage. They
aie both largely interested in tile
mine. j
The   Noble Fire shipped   a   car  of
clean ore this week,the first in several I
years. I
Mr, Tinllng, of Three Forks, has a
contract to drive a long tunnel on the
Canadian group.
Mr. Vallance Is refitting his residence in fine style. The sohool building is being painted by D. J, McLach-
lan which will add much to its appearance.
W. Culver, foreman of thc Star mill
and Miss E, White, a sister of Mr.
Bruce White, were married on Thursday ovening by the Rev'. M. Ferguson.'
Ymir, July 13.��� The official returns
from the June run at the Ymir show
that 80 stampB ran 27 days of nine
hours, with estimated profit on oper-
ating of 823,080. Tbis brings the total
net profit mude during the first five
months of 1!) il up to over 8108,500, or
an average of over 821,700 perlmontb.
Out of this total a dividend of 848,-
000 has already been paid and a second
one of a similar amount is' payable in
a few days.
It has alwayB been maintained hitherto by tho company's engineer that
outside the big shoot no* being worked, the Ymir vein did not seetnj to
contain any body of pay ore.   Such   a
bo ly has row j been discovered, however, on a claim owned by the Yuiii
company, lying northwest of tbe pres-
jent workings. The ore is reporlei
to be exactly similar to thnt of thi
first shoot and of much the same aver
age vnlue. A force of men has alreadi
been put to work to exploit this new
discovery, which forms an important
addition to the already large asset
of the coinpany.
Preparations are now being madi,
for tbe installation ot the large cyanide plant at tho Ymir. Such a plant
covers a large area of ground, and thi
building which Is to contain tin
tanks will be 300 feet long and require half a million feet of lumber,
for which a contract is now being lei
for this timber, which is to be cut ai
the eom-a-'y's own sawmill.���Spokesman Review.
The 10-stamp mill which Finch &
Campbell are building at the Second
Relief, near Erie, I!. C, Bhould be
running in about 40 days. A force ol
50 men is working on it. Meanwhili
development underground has been
suspended. The property Is in goor
shape to produce regularly as soon tu
the mill is running.
A strike of considerable importance
was made last week on the Silver
Glance and Summit Queen claims Bit
uated above Bear Lake, near the London Hill group,says the Kaslo Kocten-
aian. A six-inch seam of ore was
encountered, consisting of black sul-
phurets of silver fron? which assay
values of 7,800 ounces of silver were
obtained, This property was located
io 1803 by E. Erick.on and Colonel
Ruasell of Spokane, but Col. Russell
has since disposed of his interest to
the present owners, who are E.Erick-
sou, D/McPhail, Dr. J. F. B. Rogers
and Dr. Arthur of Nelson.
Frank Smith, Jack Meluish, Archie
McDougall, Dan McPhail and Pat
Keogan took part in a lively race last
week for the Upper Duncan to relo
cate the claims "of tho Lodestar Com
pany, which lapsed on July 6th.
Horses, canoes and tbe steamer Argenta were all utilized by the different
parties to oe first on the ground. McPhail and Keogan, who were partners,
and thoroughly knew the country and
claims, took their time aud travelled
by the legitimate lines as fur as Hall's
Landing from which point, by their
superior knowledge of the country,
they were able to reach the property
lirst and managed to secure the
cream of the vacant ground. They
express themselves as more than pleased to endure the hardships of a rather difficult trip in getting possseBsion
of what ib known to be a very valuable property. Samples of ore which
they brought in with them bear ou
their claim to having a property thai
is second to none. It is much to be
regretted that after all the money expended by the Lodestar company that
mismanagement haB lost to thc shareholders what would certainly have
proved a dividend payer with very
little more expenditure. Assays from
this property across a six foot face
gaveupwardBof 835 in all values. Fine
camps and complete outfits, which
were supplied by the company, are
���till on the ground and a good trail
built to convenient   transportation.
Thc following are the mining records of yesterday : Certificates of work
were granted on the Eldorado to E.
T. II. SimpkinB et al; Violet to Wm.
P. Baker, and Union to A. J. Hughes.
Transfers���Power of attorney bas
been granted by Chas. Astley,20 Males-
woith stieet,Dublin, to John Harris of
Spokane, Wash., granting full power
and authority for the disposal of tbe
Martha Washington claims situated on
Coffee creek, a tiibutary of the Salmon Riveri Carbonate, from Michael
Hayes,Kaslo,to A.F. Adams and Theodore F. Adams, Kaslo.
The following locations wore recorded yesterday: The Star, s'tuated on
Clear creek, about eight mileB from
N. & l'\ S.. Ry, relocation of tho
Olga, located by E. M. Peters; Morning, on Clear Creek, adioining Star,
on the north, and relocation of tbe
Sophia, located by Henry Kearns; Silver Star, south of and adjoining the
Silver Cross, a mile north of the south
fork of Salmon river, located by \V.
daffy; Silver Bell, south of and adjoining tho Black Cloud, one half
mile south of south fork of Salmon
r ver, located by W. Claffy
of   the
Applications for  Harvesters
Pouring ln From Manitoba  Farmers.
Piot.n, Ont., July 13.���Death came
suddenly to John Barker, Pictou,
Thursday at Stella. He bad gone
there in a yacht in good health with
fudge Merrill. Thursday morning
the two gentlemen prepared for
their homeward journey. Judge Merrill arranged tbe sails, while Mr.
Darker bending on one knee, hauled
'ip tne anchor. Just as he had the
inchor swung, he fell over on the
leek and expited.
Montreal. July
meeting of rubber
of Montreal held
raDgeinents   were
13.���At a large
clothing workers
last ovening ar-
complcted  for   or
an   order   to   better   their
Monfreal, July 13.���Business men
liere don't share the opinion of the
London correspondent of the Chicago
Kecord-nerald, that there is a bitter
jnticiarn of Lord Strathcona and
Mount Royal, intended to dislodge
him from his position as high commissioner of Canada in London, and
that in London's Canadian colony
tbe old statesman and financier is
accused of giving only half hearted
support tc the Dominion's 'vaunting
commercial ambitions, and that
demand is being made for a younger
and more aggressive commissioner."
E. B, Greenshlelds, Son <_ Co., said:
"The report is kardly worth denying
it is so absurd. Canada is well represented by Lord Strathcona,and I am
certain the Liberal government .is as
friendly to him as waa the Conseiva-
tive government. He has been absolutely impartial. Canada wantB to
keep him as long as he is willing to
Halifax, N. S.,"July 13.���Augustus
Bent, farmer, Belle Isle, Annapolis
county, committed suicide this morning by hanging.
St. Catherines.Ont., July 13���Harriet
Chaplain, wife of William Chaplain,
one of the largest manufacturers in
Canada died at her home last nigbt,
aged 70.
Winnipeg July 13.���Diligent
search is being made for William
Moon, Brandon district, a farmer, who
mysteriously disappeared at Shoal
Lake picnio Thursday.
Napoleon A. Belcourt, M. P., of Ottawa,and a party of friends are in the
city on their way to Yukon.
Applications for harvesters are pouring in to the local government. It is
estimated each farmer will require
from four to eight extra hands. One
township alone calls for 125 extra
Today was thu hottest day of the
year,the thermometer registering near
the century mark. Crops coming along
nicely and harvest promises to be
early and immense. The death took
place of John Kowin Healey, a popular young merchant today.
A rumor to the effect that the local
government is going to the country
seems to have good grounds for belief.
It is a fact that election machinery Is
being brought into shape. Thc election may be brought on early in the
In the caBe City of Winnipeg vs. C.
P. R., the appeal for special leave
to appeal from Supreme Court Canada
to Privy Council, mado beforo latter
body this morning in London, has
been refused. Suit was for 830,000
claimed by thc city for school taxes.
Contested on the grounds of a bylaw
pasBed September, 1881,which exempted the company from school ['.taxes as
well as municipal. Manitoba court
decided in favor of the city and eu-
pre.me court against. Litigation now
Edward M.Ferguson, farmer, Mauk-
land, Ont., who attempted to take
his little girl by force from a lady on a
publio street of the city a few days
ago has entered suit in tbe courts for
habeas corpus to gain possession of
child. He claims his wife, Alice Munroe, obtained a divorce in Seattle last
August by fraudulent means. The
daughter has been living in the city
with the former wife's siBter.
Veterans Play Baseball
the Public Library
Again  the McFarland  Men
Prove to Be Peerless
They used to call them Iambi,! ns
Terrible Tameless Tigers but now it
muBt be changed to Tamblyn's Thoroughly Tamed Tigers. Twice tbey
have endeavored to take into camp
McFarland's Muffers, once at lacrosse
and yesterday at baseball, and on
hoth occasions they have failed. The
McFarland colors are Hying high
for the 82ore yesterday was 19 to 10 in
favor of the McFarland people, who
also have an inning's to spare. This
was largely owing to the executive
ability of the chief of the McFarland
clan who was ably assisted by W. A.
Macdonald. If you asked Frank
Tamblyn he would say that it was
because Chief Lillie played but a close
sorutiny of The Miner's score would
.how that the. chief did not an omit
to inich after all. At all
events the Tamblyn people consented
to the chief playing and if he put up
a good game it is all the more to his
credit. The game had many feature .
To start with it was sandwiched in
between the morning's rain and the
evening's rain. Tho weather clerk
emphasized the fact that he was keeping off the rain for the game by dis
tributing a few drops during the
struggle. George Johnstone's meteoric batting caused a congestion of
the clouds which collided with terrific foice and net results as soon as
it was ail ovor. Another featuie was
tbe catching of Hugh Cameron who
has since been offered a lucrative sit
uation as catcher for the Trail
team. Then there was the umpiring
of Dr. Doherty. He was as affable,
amiable and accurate as if be were
performing an operation for appendicitis. Of course, when it came to a
close decision and he had to put one
man out, that man knew full well that
the referee was "lotten," and all
kinds of bad things but the Doctor
smiled genially through it all and
was  given three cheers at the end.
If all the Tigers played their games
as well as did Hugh Cameron, who
smiled ferociously through the catcher's mask at the umpire, there
might be a different tale to tell. And
Hunter, the Tigers' "south paw"
pitcher also distinguished himself
by striking many men out and running like a streak of greased lightning when on the bases, .lunge Forin
is a star player and should havo been
put in the pitcher's oox earlier. They
left him to the last innings and he
got even by knocking tbe rirfht
thumb almost off Hugh Cameron with
the first ball he threw. John Houston
made three runs. He has had so muoh
practice running for ollice that he
found the bases quite easy and they
fairly seemed   to slide under his feet.
Nimble Jimmy" Annable did some
very tall hitting and brought in a
whole lot of runs. Ho wus left on
bases twice and got ou them by good
Chief Lille made the only home run
ot the day aud came within an ace
of making another. When bo started
on the successful one somebody yelled
"Fire!" and it had the desiied effect.
He swatted the ball in a manner that
was distinctly disheartening to the
Tigers As Btated above, W. A. was
a Btar. Some mean man among the
Tigers said it waB his legal training
that was responsible for his stealing
so many bases but that is decidedly
uncomplimentary and untruthful.
Tbo K. C. Kan Catch though. McFarland made the sensational catch
of the day, hauling down a sky scraper from Cameron's bat and rotirlng
the side. He also made three runs,
with the assistance of Macdonald's
legs, as one of the lower extremities
of McFarland became used up In his
first effort. When John Gibson first
went to the bat he endeavored to
knock the cover off the ball and almost succeeded. Someone yelled
"Free buB to the Phair," and another
told John that there was a Tory on
third base that might be converted
into   a   good   Grit.   Then  John   tan
and reached third base in   amazingly
short   time.    The   six-foot     four    of
George Johnstone was all   behind the
bat ever time he struck   at   the   ball.
If he ever meets that ball again  when
it is   ready   to   resent   hard   knocks,
Heaven help George.
This is the way the score stood:
McFarlai d's MnfferB.
All   It
Captain Gore, e 5     0
Macdonald, ss.. 5     2
P. Criddle, 3b .  5     2
Chief Lillie, p.  4      8
J.H.Wallace, lb 4     2
McFarland, 2b. 4      3
J. A. Gibson, If 4      3
Dr. Arthur,  rf.  4      8
G.Johnstone, cf 4     1
Plans for the New Educational Edifice Selected
Last Night.
,39   19
18    10 1301
Tamblyn's Tigers.
AB   R   LB PO
Cameron, c  4
Q. A. Hunter,p 4
Judge Forin, lb 4
Hamilton,2b .. 4
J. Houston, ss. 3
J. E. Annable, 3b 4
F.Tamblyn,If., 3
M. S. Parry,rf. 3
J. A. Turner,ef .')
Total 33 10  5 IS 10 1820
By Innings���
Muffers    2    3    (;    5   fi    *���111
Tigers 3   0   2    2   2    1���111
The Tigers were not over depressed
by their severe defeat. They promptly challenged the Muffers to a hoekev
game and the Muffers are taking it
under advisement.
As a result of yesterday's game the
Public Library receives a neat sum.
The R. M. R. hand played several bo
lections in a highly creditable manner.
Mrs. Chas. Baker of New Den ;er,
is on a visit tb the city for a few days
and is the guest of Mr. D. J. Robeit-
son, furniture dealer uf this city.
Mr. Baker, of the Vernon News,
wbo has been in the eity for the last
few days, left last night for the east,
and will return to Nelson in about
three weeks.
Work has been started at thc Nakusp shipyards" on a new steamer to
ply on Arrow Lake in connection with
the construction of tho Lardeau
It is said that the land west of the
Fairview addition which was recent
ly surveyed in lots an put on the market has been withdrawn as it is
thought there are good prospects of
the refinery being located there.
There will be a sacred song service
at the Baptist church this evening
whicli promises to be more than usually interesting, consisting of full
choruses, solos, duets, quartettes.
The public are cordially invited.
Mrs. Ellis, wife of Mr. John Ellis
of this city, left the other evening
for Windsor Mills,   near   Sherbrooke,
uc,, on a visit to her brother who is
farming at that plaeo. She will le
away for the balance of the year and
will be joined by her husband in December.
This morning at Emmanuel
church Rev. Wm. Munroe will preach
on "Los6ons From the Exodus." At
the evening service the subject will
be "Twenty Minutes Late,'' a Ber-
inon on people who are always behind
time. Tbe Beiviec will begin at 8
o'clock and there will be the usual
good music.
There -were no cases at tho police
court yesterday raoriiing.and the only
matter to come befoie the magistrate
was the granting of a summons for assault in the matter of a Frenchman's
quarrel. Thu summons was granted to
N. Bruce, who charged Henri Slgaint
with attempting to close bis month
iu a too demonstrative and forcible
manner. Tbe case will come up befoie the magistrate tomorrow morn
A peculiar experience was enjoyed
by an engineer in Manitoba neai
Brandon recently. When tlie train
was in the neighborhood of a small
station, called Douglas, the engineer
found that the grade, which be had
previouBly had comparatively little
trouble to climb, was going to bo be
yond his power to accomplish, Investigation disclosed the fact that the
grasshoppers, which appear to bo enjoying themselves in some parts of
Manitoba this year, had assembled in
large numbers on the track and the
train passing over had changed tbem
into u greasy substance on tbe flanges
of the wheels, causing the wheels of
the engine to lose their grip. A liberal Biipply of sand relieved the situation,but tlie engineer thinks that bis
experience is somewhat unique on Hie
ground that his troln was brought to
a standstill by grasshopper*.
Couldn't Appear Because He
Did  Not Have the
Before the winter term of the Nelson public school begins the new high
school will bo ready for occupation.
At a joint meeting of the school
trustees and a committee of the city
council held last evening at the oflice
of Dr. Arthur the plans prepared by
the architects of the city were submitted for discussion. Each architect
in the competition was permitted to
appear atd explain the details of
their plane and give any information
regarding them desired by the committee. Nine different designs were
submitted for the consideration of the
committee and amidst this ample
choice the committee had some difli-
culty in arriving at a decision. A
portion of those sent in weie too costly and exceeded the appropriation at
the disposal of the board. Consequently, these, while finding much favor
from an architectmal standpoint,could
not be entertained. Others were ruled
out for other reasons, until the choice
was ultimately confined to three.
After some delibeiation one of the
number was given the preference and
although an effort was made lato
last night to discover from the members of the committee the one selected, they were reticent in regartl to
tho matter. But it has since beeu
learned from a leliablo source that
the plan submitted by A. Carrie was
the one whicli found favor with the
meiiiters of the committee. The plan
is well adapted to fill the requirements of the present school demands
and in addition to being well within
the estimate possesses certain features
of ventilation and arrangements for
future enlargement which have given
it the preference. No decision was
arrived at in regard to the nature of
the material to be used in construction, whicli will be decided when the
plans and spe-ilications ure called for
and it is expected that thc successful
competitor will be at onca notified to
proceed with the preparation of the
plans and specifications, which will
he submitted to the department of education for approval when tenders for
the erection of the building will be at
once called tor. lt is expected that
tbe building will be either of lulck
or stone aH that was one of the C0~��
dilions of tlio competition, and the
committee are satisfied that they can
obtain tlie erection of thc building for
the amount at their  disposal.
The case of Rex vs. Pearse came up
for hearing hetoie Judge Form at the
lourt bouse yesterday. The defendant was charged with shop breaking.
The property stolen consisted of an
axe and a saw, which the defondant
claims to have borrowed from tho
plaintiff without any intention of
stealing. Ile.had borrowed it for the
use of the witness Macdonald. Ho
ulaims to have procured tools from the
same plaee many liinos before with
tbe knowledge of the proprietor and
without any charge of theft. Tho
goods thus obtained were intended to
bo returned iu the same maimer as
those be had procured on previous occasions. The judge in rendering a
verdict, while admitting that tho
charge of stealing had not been sufficiently proven to justify a conviction,
said that the practice of taking goods
in that manntr was against the law
and be would release the prisoner on
suspended sentence. A. M. Johnson
appeared foi the plaintiff and S. S.
Taylor for the defendant.
In Ihe matter of tho charge against
W. J. to.vthnr, who was brf light to
the city ou Friday, arrested for ignoring a sulipeona which had heen
seived to appear _t the former trial,
was dealt with at the court bouse
yesterday befoie Judge Forin. The
property which I'earce was accused of
stealing belonged to I.owtber, who
failed to put In an appearance, lie
gave   as   his   defense   that be had no
Continued ou   Fourth Page. Nbl.ov Daily Miner, Sunday.  T��i~v 14, 1901
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The Dunsmuir (Iovernment refused to
give to the (ireat .Northern and
Mackenzie ,fc Mann tlie contract to
build the CoastKootenay railway.
although by virtue of their charter
and proceedings under it they were
first on the emend and entitled to
priority of consideration. The same
Government refused to allow them to
tender for the contract, taking pains
in the Loan Ilill to stipulate conditions that effectually barred thee:.
They were shut out. Much ingenuity
as the Government possesses, or was
possible to instil into it, was exercie-
ei witli the design of throwing the
contract to the Canadian 1'aeifle Hail-
way Coinpany. A road operated by the
Great Northern, or in connectiou
with it, would give to Southern liritisli Columbia a large measure of
healthy competition, and this the
Canadian Pacific did not want. As it
held Mr. Dunsmuir aud his Government in the hollow of its bund, It was
an easy matter in this cane to obtain
precisely what it wanted. The Government submitted the legislation
which was to put the Coast-Kootenay
road at the mercy of the Canadian
P-citic, and the Legislature dutifully
passed it. Tho bars wore put up
against competition in railway rates.
This was done by a subservient
G.T.rnment and Legislature, at the
instance of the Canadian Pacific.
Put although    the   Gieat   Northern
was denied the contract, and   in addition the privilege of   tendering for it,
the   Government     promised    that    it
would   make   arrangements    for   tne
building   ot   the   road  as soon   ufter
prorogation   as   possible,   and   would
convene tho Legislature  to   ratify it.
It   was  understood   that   the special
sosssion   for   tbis   purpose   would be
held sometime in   July, certain'y   not
later than   August.    The   summer   is
passing.    We are now well   into July,
and there   is   no   word   yet of a contract.    Is tlie season to be   allowed tu
pass without  anything   being   done'.'
The   n.'oessity for   a  Coast-Kootenay
road   was   recognised  several     years
ago, and has been insisted upon every
year since.    As   long ago a*   18117   the
Legislature   made   piovision     for    n
bonus of S4,ilU<I u nrle   to   aid   in    its
construction,und in tlie sessions of the
two following   years   this  concern in
its   behalf    was     repented.    It     was
considered   of   the utmost Importance
that the Kootenay aud   Vale   district.,
should bu lii-ought into direct railway
communication   with   the Coast,    The
Turner Government had crumps in its
stomach because of   anxiety   over this
matter,  and tho   present   Government
is composed   very    largely   of the mo
terial   of   thnt   one,   und   having   us
Premier ono of its   mom   faithful sup.
porter.   What,   then, is the  explanation of the present Inactivity?
Tlie Great Northern would not be
allowed to built, although it would
givo what the country wants���railway
competition. Are the terms so cure-
fully arranged between the Govern-
ment and tbe Canadian Pacific, in favor of the latter, now found to be
less satisfactory than wus supposed,
and is the   contract   spurned    hy   the
corporation   it   was   Intended to .till
further enrich at. the expense of the
public Intercity U the icsult of the
Government's submission to the Canadian Pacific to be that there is uot
to be   a   Coast-Kootenuy   railway   at
al1? That would satisfy the Canadian
Pacific, no doubt, but it would
hardly satisfy the country, nor
would it redound much to the credit
of the Government's consistency,
With regard to this last, however, the
Government's reputation is so hopelessly shattered that so small a
thing as its consistency will cause
it little anxiety.
We  have just  received the   following   dainties  especially
suited for
Camping and...
Picnic Parties:
A Choice Af.:or'merit of
Arijiotir's Golirjlri) Gllib Specialties
He Mire und add to your order some of the following goods :
CHICKEN A LA MARENGO���Coin posed of large pieces  of broiled chicken,
mushrooms and French troffle��, with the addition of a full flavored sauce.
TKNDKKLOIN OE BBBF���Made from the lillut of tenderloin, broiled and put
up in the natural beef gravy.
Macedoine Stew, Veal Cutlets, Pork Outlets, Sliced Chicken and Tongue, Sliced
Dried Beef. Haul Louf, Veal Loaf, Chicken Louf, Sliced Star Ham, etc.
TELEPHONE    NO.    13.
Hudson's Bay Company.
Direct From Manufacturer
Of All  Kinds, for Your Bar and for Your Table.
Excelsior Teas and Coffees
are making many sad hearts happy.
Groceries,  Crockery.
"Lament for the Couer d'Alenes,"
and the other "When the Mill Went
Up the Spout." Mrs. Kobinson does
not rank with other poetesses that
might be named, but, unlike some of
them, she makes hereself understood.
For example:
"I followed   Hoyce   to   tbe   Robbers'
And watched him there all night.
Then he  sent me to   the   poor-house,
With manv more, no doubt,
While he wined and dined
On your hard earned cash.
And sent us up the spout.''
She does not like Boyce, whom she
flagellates without mercy. After
reading this "poem," it is not likely
hoyce will like her. She says she is
nearly blind, "tioin a blow dealt her
on the head by Judge Leaty, of Gem,
Idaho," and perhaps it is to obtain
cheap advertising she has sent her
productions to The Miner. We are
glad to ho of service to any one
suffering tinder aflliction. May tbe
Dynamite Queen's poems sell liber
Ore in smelter yard  431,200
Ore purchased  63,000
Supplies, coke, etc  2(5,000
Expenditure on   capital   account  37,000
New   construction   smelting
works  12,500
Debt to Bank of   Montreal..? 380,000
Advance from bank   on   second-class ore dump  15(1,000
Monthly   expenses  210,1100
Best Assortment
Gome Early and Get
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd. ���
-^4i<\*/v^>ve/../\iiv*>i*;v^>ii/\*/../i>?: v)> i*. <w i^/ v^. *4/\#/i*>i./ i*. \i, 4_.
i D. McArthur 8 Co. i
tt0 __**:
J. Q. NELSON, Manager.
s        Furniture Dealers,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
The Lc Roi management has a
stout champion in Tbe Colonial Gold-
fields Gazette, which comes to Its defence in a strong leader in its issue of
.lune -Ml. It regards the statement of
its position, issued by the secretary,
as u satisfactory reply to the adverse
criticisms of so many of the London
journals. These did not take thu
pains to Ico'i beyond the lact that
there wore no dividends, which are
generally   regarded   us   the    measure
of ull managements.
9   740,000
Balance  assets   over   liabilities. .        305,800
"It is estimated that the ore on the
second class dump, against which
the above advance of S!50,000 haB
been made, will, when shipped, realise a net profit of over  $400,00(1.
"With reference to the ore reserves
in the mine, our manager (Mr. Macdonald) stated in October last that
the amount of ore in sight at that
time was, approximately, 1,050,000
tons, valued at ��3,000,000 Arrangements are now being made to gauge
the amount in the mine on the 3(ith
inst., t.e eDd ofthe company's finan-
cial year, when it is anticipated that
the ore reserves will be found to have
increased io ratio to tbe extensive
development work which has taken
place. The situation at the North-
port smelter has, us far as ive are
aware, ia no way changed since our
cable inserted in your issue of the
10th, which was to the effect that one
furnace had been re-started with
non-union labor, and that the others
would be re-started as opportunity
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
Krom Montreal
Allan Line Parisian   July (I
Allan Line Austral a.. Ian July I.'i
Allan Line Corinthian July 20
Beaver Lino Wansjin July o
Beaver Lino Lake Chumplain Julv 10
Beavor Lino Lake MeganUo July 1!)
From Portland, Me.
Dominion Line Dominion July G
Dominion Line Cainbroman July IS
_     , ,    _ From Boston
Dominion Line Commonwealth  July 3
Dominion Line Now England  July 17
Cunard Line Ivernla July (i
.Cunard Line Saxonia July 20
_���, .,  "       _, From New York
White Star Line Germanic July 3
White Star Line Cymric July 10
White Star Lino M\jestic July 17
Cunard Lino Etruria  . July fi
Cunard Lino Sorvia July 9
Cunard Lino   Campania July 13
American Line St. Paul July 10
American Line Ht. LoUffi July 17
Anchor Line Antoria July 6
Anchor Line Anchoria July 13
Froncli Line La C^ampegnQ July 4
French Lino La GHBOOgno July 11
N. G. L. Kaiserin Maria The. cain July if
HamburK-Amer.can Deutschlutid    July 11
For further particular.apply to
City Passenger Agent, Nelson, B. C.
. ~ _   . W' p- F- ("UMMINGS
QonoralS.S, *~-nl, C.P.R. (im-ufi. VVirnitn-fj.
From $io.oo up  ^!
r   fr
���"**"��� Reception, Easy and  Large  Rockers  ft.
From   $2.50 up  gf.
From $13.50 up  fr
-S Rect'i lion CT.airs, Couches, Lounges, Divans.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Reynolds' Livery   Stable
Will Be Sold Cheap
Three years lease on  ground
property   at  $10.00
per month.
Apply to
1.1 CAMERON, Agent
Baker Street.
Nelson is 11 young oity, and smnll.
Tlie census will probably show a population of loss tliiin six thousand, it
wou'd bu evidence o.' very reckless
management if our tax rate were
mucli larger than it is. Before
hoiisiing too much of the lightness of
our municipal rateH let us wait five
years, or ten, until the Improvements
that Ure orying aloud to bu made uiu
all completed, and the" see how
many mills in the dollar we aro taxed
to pay. That will he the test of our
management, not the conditions that
exist while wo are still in short
one of  Ymir a lending
is   a   guest    at    the
Tho Miner has received two
"poems." printed on broadsides, with
the Compliments of the authoress,
Mrs. M. C. Robinson, of Idaho, the
"Dynamite Queen"���whatever that
may be taken to signify. The poems
are dedicated to the Western Federation of Minors.    One   is   entitled   the
of the
For the Enlightenment.
London Press.
The secretary of the Lo Hoi Mining
Co., Mr. I. A. I.ahouchere, has
furnished the following information
with respect to the Company's
afTnlrs, iu response to thu request "f
certain  London journu.s:
"Tho tluanciai position on Juno 1st
was as follows:
Matte In transit to refinery. .8   400,0(1(1
Matte in course of treatment.      160.000
���1.   M. lloss, of   Grand   Fork
guest at the Waverley hotel.
D. Campbell
business men,
A. Murray, Wallace, Idaho, nnd
Thomas Hock, ymir, are guests at the
Treniont hotel,
A. Mcl'hail, Honaccord; D. Campbell, Ymir; H. K. Livingston, Robson; A. L. .McLean, Slooan, are guests
at tho Queens.
J. (llassford, U. Davies, T. Johnson
and Kobt. E Johnson and wife aro
guests ut tho Clark hotel.
It . McLeod, Ainsworth; Peter McLaren, Perth, Ont.; Thos. F. Henry,
Bonnington, and Wm. McConncl'l,
liobson, aro guests at the Madden
Fred Carwcll, Robson; W. C Lewis,
Kaslo; T. Flynn, J. J. McMillan
Ymii ; IC. Mcl.'askeil, Rossland; Alex
Mcl'liaddcn, Sandon; Mr. and Mrs. J.
T. Lynch, Spokane, and II. D. Hunt,
Rossland, are guests at tho Grand
Central hotel.
Mr. W. A., and Miss Sklfflngton of
New Yoik, arrived In the oity last
evening, and arc guests at thc Hume
hotel. They arc touring through tbe
west and naturally desired to see the
Queen City of the Kootenays.
The following guests arrived at the
| Phalr bote, yusterdav: G. O. Hu.
jchanan   Kaslo;     K.   0    Coster     and
wife, Vancouvei ; C. E. McKee, Kansas
City; R. F. Tolinie Rossland; F.
Smith, Toronto; llei ry Hov,Rossland ;
Miss Sheppard, Miss   Price, Seattle.
The following arc yesterday's arrivals at the Hume hotel: '.las. 0.
Miller, Honnington ; lid. Geath, Jr ,
Montreal; Ilarrv II. Cooper, Vancouver; V.. A, Ski'lli.igton, ,Miss ]_, H_
Skiffington, New York; A. C. Macdonald, Montreal; II. ('. Kilecn, Kettle River; H. A. Small, Vancouver;
J. C. Uottomley. Kingston; R. _f.
Smith, Montreal: R. Dover.   Spokane.
Henry Roy. a Rossland mining man,
is in '.lie city, on his return from a
trip to the east and is a guest at the
Phair. He has been east on business
and speaks in very encouraging
terms of the prospects of the refinery
being ereeted in this cit�� aud confirms
the report of the statement of Mr.
Graves of the Grahby smelter, leeently
reported in the columns of The Miner,
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager,
K.-W.-C. Block. Ward Street, Nulson.
Otders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
Iholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
ErancJi Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Tbxee Porks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders b, m��S to s.�� branch will have careful _~4 ���r��m0t attention.
Al the meeting of the Kelson Educational Club to he held in the Miners' Union hall this afternoon, Mr.
Ebbs will spenk on thu "Homu I'n-
der Socialism." Mr. Ebbs is an in-
teiesting speauer and generally has
something to hear wo/th listening to.
There will be a free discussion at the
close of his address.
Adjutant and Mrs. McGill will
conduct their farewell service today,
the former taking tho Service io the
afternoon and the latter in the evon
Ing. Tomorrow evening a farewell
social will be held In the bniracks,
when they will say their au revoir.
Some of the eity ministers will be
present and will give addresses. At
the close of the meeting ica cream and
cake will be distributed nnd there
will be a meetig of the soldiers after
which the woik of these people who
have labored In their own wuy tor
tho amelioration of tne condition of
their fellowmeu will be completed so
far as this part of the community Is
concerned. They huvu the best wishes
of a inrgo section of the people of
this district,ii respective of denomination for their success und
In their new field of labor.
Ladies' and Gents' Merchant Tailors and Dyers,
Suits Uade to Order.'Gleaned, Dyed, Altered and Repaired.
Josephine St., OppoBit; Clarke Hotel.
Mail Orders Solicited. d   -   ~      ...
P. O. Box 634
'^convS9^!^ ln thC ab��VC Iines'    WI and be
convinced that the most complete stock
is carried  by the
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
( have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Ynr_9, NELSON
and LAK1 O.
Home Office Minneapolis, Minn.
Mr \'i~!��T'\v' ��" M"y -1)tn. 'Mini . Jno   r, Pierre, N.lson:
It. sl~'~ ' .n��mI J��.'".-Yonr favor from
Kaslo duly   received   with   ��S no  en-
ce.pt   8.rhrWitb,   ���*�����*"��
nlea' fimi . M'me' ah0 herewith
~~n f . i��w eontr"c��s for Sam and
one for Malouc. Holiness, I am pleas-
ed osay, is justbVning here and
J tell vou   they are   talking   Tontine
��__, "?7��� ThiSJ iS the >* of Payments I have made this week i
I.   CtoinbiP. �����ifio Dr. Lewi, Hall.8,120
A���McLaBgan.. 48(1 Harry Maynard 33(1
TomiSarantls. leo.A.  Bancroft..   uno
Jos.P Htewart 180 D. T. Scott.      ...
Jos. Mayer.... loo II. Mebentanm   60
ii. J. Case...^160 N. Shakespeare 320
.88,68. is prltty' nice I tell vou'ancl
always looking for more. So fust tell
jour Mends to get aboard? 3\[ have
now myse _ 30 and hope to got 1
80 before long, with best wishes to
you, 1 remain yours very truly
_ Oeneral Agent II O
J(f-W^&R~?,_1,St^0  ."''l.* 't0
" 1. 1 i_,_UlE, sub-agent, Nolsrn. Nalson Daily Minbr, Su.ovv, July 14, 1901
����>���'>"->">"���" "���"���"���"���"*"*">
An interesting story came to the attention of a Miner representative the
other day, showing that the Kootenays sometimes atlord a cure for
more than depleted health and finances. The hero of it is now a business man in Toronto and was
through on a pleasure trip looking
over the places which had effected
such nn alteration on his life. lie
did not wish his name mentioned,
but Carleton will answer. In the
summer of 18.1, being then at the
impressionable age of 23, a girl to
whom he liud proposed, refused him
and married another man, nnd being
of a romantic turn of mind, Carleton
concluded that life had no more attractions and that a giave in the wilderness, etc., was all he wanted, lie
came west over the C. P, tt. to Golden
and thence to Southern Kast Kootenay, to which a friend in Toronto
had kindly advised bim to go As
lie found to his astonishment that he
was beginning to take an interest in
things   again,   he   laid
pull and he would have been fico,
and at the thought the eold chills
chased themselves up aud down my
back. I concluded that there wasn't
anything nt the cabin I cared much
about anyway, at least not to go over
that trail again with an empty gun
��s it suddenly seemed to have become peopled with all kinds of animal iudieations to my excited fan l.v.
I kept on down to tbe place the prospectors said they would be camping
for a week, nnd finally reached it.
They cheerfully consented to go back
and bring what there was left of the
skin, and the ulaws, and trap for me,
nnd I still more cheerfully handed
over to them the cabin and supplies.
I don't think a happier man ever
���Jived than myself, when I found
myself once more on the train head
ing for a city. That was ten years
ago, and despite a few unpleasant
nightmares when I see that brute
BKSln come hurtling through the uir,
generally In the dreams nccorapnnied
by a dozen or two other bears, I consider it one of the best spent vacations I ever had in my life."
Hut ber beauty was  completely hidden by sores, blotches and pimples tlU
she   used    HucKlen's    Arnica     Sulvo
in a stock of i Then they vanished as will all   Emp-
.... : tions,  Fever Horas,  Hoi Is, Ulcers,. Car-
steel traps to occupy his t.me in trap-. bu_ule!,   a���a . duus irom its UBe,    ,���.
ping for tbe   winter,    wbiuh   he   had   fallible lot Outs, Corns Hums, Scalos
and Piles.    Cure guaranteed.    25c   at
determined to spend In the loneliest
and most inaccessible spot obtainable. Meeting a couple of hard up
propectors near Fart Steele be engaged
them to go with him to aid in putting up a cabin and to show him a
good site. They led bim along to
where kittle Hull river Hows into the
Kootenay, then upwards around ihe
southern buttress of the "Steeples"
a range of high limestone mountains.
Along giddy ledges and through
seomingly impossible ravines and
gorges they   led the three cayuses, on
Canada Drug   A. BookJ Co.
If you don't like  Blue Ribbon Te it' s
because you never tasted it.
The most miserable beings in the
world are those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Moie
ithan 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 Costivenese, Pal-
... ,    ,     ,.  , .      ,   , pitation   of   tbe   Heart,   Heart-burn,
which were packed all his belong- yVaterbrash, ���__���|nR and Horning
ir.gs, stopping at sunset nt a spot fains at the Pit of the Stomach, Yel-
ideally suited to a man who wanted low Skin, Coated Tongue and Dis-
solitude.    It   was a   level   Btretch   of  agreeable Taste in the   Mouth Coming
 j     .    .,    ,     ,      ,      . . .    up of Food after Eating, Low Spirits,
green   sward, at   the buck   of   which
the eye
a silver
At  one
towered a beetling cliff nearly a
thousand feet high, and in front
slopes and precipices fell away down
to the valley four thousand feet below. The wide valley of tbe Kootenay stretched away as far us
could see, with the river like
ribbon winding through it.
end of tbe little meadow was
yon down which a mountain
leapt and danced over the rocks, und
at the other a narrow ledge was the
only egress, along which the rough
trail that they bad followed came.
There was not much timber, but by
working hard enough was found to
put up a little 8x10 shuck, and after
telling bim  that   he   might   possibly
up of Food after Eating, Low Spl
eto. (lo to your llrnggist and get a
bottle of August Flower for 75 cents.
Two doses will relieve you. Try it.
Get Green's Prize Almanac.
Certificate of Improvements
"Dora" Mineral Claim, situate iu the
Nelson Mining Division of West Koote-
a   can-1 nay District.
stream  Where looated: on Craig Mountain, neai
Take notice that I, John D. Anderson, P. L S., of Trail, B. 0., agent foi
Herbert Portir, Free Miner's certificate No. B 50130, intend (io day:
from tbe date hereof, to apply to tbi
Mining Recorder for a certificate ol
improvements, for the purpose of ob
raining a Crown Grant of tbe above
,, ,     ,      .     i    And further take notice that notion,
catch something   there   and   showing  _ntler seotion  37 mUH|.   b���  OODHrjerJoeri
bim how   to   operate   the traps   they   before tde issuance of such  Certificati
left him, saying that bis nearest
neighbor was six miles down the
trail. He put in the day setting bis
traps and fixing up the cabin as comfortable as possible, and went to bed
to sleep soundly till the sun woke
him by shining down through the
"camboose" fire place in the corner
nf the cabin. After eating a hearty
breakfast he made tbe round of the
traps, the bracing air and bright
sunshine exhilirating hiin in spite ol
a settled   resolve   to   be   melancholv.
of Improvements.
Dated   this  1st day  of July A. D.,
NELSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. &
meets second Wednesday in
month.   Visiting brethcrn welcome
I. O. O. F.     Kootenay Lodge
No. 16, meets ovory Monday nighi
at. their Hall,  Kootenay streel
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially Invited.
John A. McKac, N.G.   D. W. Kutherford, V.G.
Three days were passed   like this, and   Fred J. Squire, Por. See.
then   in   hie own words, "I began to
wonder what in thunder I   was   malt-
Nelson Royal Arch Chaptor No. 123, G. R. C.
Meets third Wednesday.   Sojourning companions invitod.    George Johnstone,  ~.    K. W.
ing such a fool of myself for.    Things  Matthews,s. E.
looked so
NELSOU LOllGE   N0.2S, K. of P
meets In lv. of P. hall. Oddfellows block
very   Tuesday  ovonlng at 8 o-loci
All visiting knights cordially invitee
H. M. Vincent,0.0.
A. T. Paiik, K. ot R. and ~.
!    Nelson Encampmont No. 7.
and 4th Friday of each month, in Odd K
Hull,  comer   Baker and   Kootenuy   Btrootu
| Nelson.   A. 11, Clemonts, C, P.;  1). McArthu,
It. S.   Visiting brothers always wclnnme.
Moots every 2nd
different, somehow, thinking them out there thun they hud in
the east that I decided to tako one last
trip around to the traps, and then
strike out for civilization again, and
give the outfit to tho prospectors or
same one that would know how to use
them. 1 started out the next morning   bright   and   early,     feeling     so   ""., ���.__,_.',   ���   ,    _l     ~T_ TT-
, * J ���        ,1    NKLSON  L. O. L. No. 1692 moots in Fra
happy that I hardly knew myself and tornily Hall on first and third Friday evening,
nl,,r,,r (hot-oil t�����.,j, ti,��� of each month at 8 o'clock. Visiting momberi
along the tiail towaids the j0��r_i_Uy mvlUid. W. VV. BradFe., W.K.
expecting to Bee any- A. Minly, It. S.
thing in them, as so far they had been \ NELSON AERIE No. 22, F. O. E., meet*
left   untouched.    In    a   ravine   about  every seoond and fourth Wednesdays of eacl
in onth.   Visiting   members cordially   iuvf
two miles from tbe cabin, there was H   Charles Prosser, Secretary.
trap set nt   tbe   base of an   enormous1-
square lock.   I walked along 'uisuly,
carrying my rille and whistling when
traps,    nevrr
COURT KOOTKNAY, I. O. F��� No. 3131.
Meetings ith Thursday of month. Fratornfi
hall, J A Irving C R.   P. H. Klomlng. R.S
��� Nolson Court. Star of Kootcnny, A. O. F
Moots 2nd and ith Wednesdays in ever.,
month. Visiting brethren welcome. W. Mac
MUlan, O.K.   Robert McLeod, See.
1st and 3rd Wednesday ovoningsol
each month at Fiatornlty hall
corner of Baker and Kootenai
stroots. Visiting brolhorn cord
iallj invited.
.Ton*     atson. Secretary.
, Kootonay Tent No. 7, K. O. T. M��� hold theii
regular meetings in Fraternity Hall, I. O. O. K
block, on tho 1st and 3rd Thursdays of eacl
n.onth.   Visiting brethren cordially invited ti
suddenly there eame a roar that made J^2ftoS|^>^lg[a'K���K���,A���,i,���p���.,d.���<^*,���
mo quake and then it appeared to
my dazed eyes as if u section of the
mountain was coming in leaps and
bounds towards me. I could.l't have
moved a step and would have been
a goner but the fearsome object
stopped suddenly. Then I perceived
that it was an immense silver-tip
hear which had been accidentally
caught by one paw. The chain of
the tiap was fastened to a strong
niece of timber which catching
crosswise between two ro3~a had sent,
him tumbling when he had almost
reached roe. In a few seconds I had
regained enough composure to raise
my rille, und pump lead into that bear
just as fast as I could wcrk the lever.
When I had exhausted all my ammunition I 'ceased firing,' and Seeing that the animal was undoubtedly
dead, walked up to examine him
with my heart going like a trip-hammer. A close Inspection revealed that
the terrific strain when the log had
caught, bad caused tbe trap to bito
almost through the paw and ail he
was held by   was the  skin.    Another
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
J. 0. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc-,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson, B. C.
From Kootenay Common
Pan-American Bill
BUFFALO. $76.00.
June 18, July 2, 16, Aug. 6, 20
July 13, 14, 15.
Wil Enfleavor Court
J��iy 2, 3.
National Eflucational Ass'i
DETROIT, $71.25.
Ji|'y 2,3-
For   Time   Tables,    Kates,   Ticket*,
apply 11. L. Bkown,
Oity Passenger Agent.
J. S. Carter, E. J. Coyle,
Dis. Pass. Agt. A. G. P. A.
Nelson. Vancouver
Si. LoUis
To be bad wholesale at Nelson.
R.   P.    Hifchel    &
Co., Ltd.
A. B.  GRAY   Baker st-> Nelson
Kootenav Aecnt.
By the week from $5 to ?6.
By the day *i.oo.
f. V. O'LAUGHTJrJ, ProD-
Cnveuts, Designs, Copyrights anr
Trade Marks obtained in Oauad<
aud nil foreign countries.
Room 3, Bauk of British Nortli
America, Hastings Str����f Van
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning immediately
on arrival of Bteamer, at the
rate of        ,
75 Gents per Month
Subscriptions to be left
with the agent,
D.   J.   YOUNG.
uid try a bottlo, a dozen, or a barrol ot
3ALQARY BEER as lt is the boat and
���heapost on tho mnrket. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
FRANK  A. TAMBLYN. Mm .**<���-
I'nlniihnn    IB. PiliorSt   Nelson, B.C
\. R. BARROW, a. _. 1.a.
Provincial  Land Surveyor
Corner Viotoria and Kootenay Sts.
P.O.  Roi fi Talotihane No.
Will pay the highest cash prioe for all
.(inils ol seoond hand goods. Will buy
ir sell anything from an nnohor to 1
needle. Furniture, stoves, carport*,
-ooking ntensils, bonght in household
jnantities. Also oast off clothing.
Gall and see me or write. Address
-Silver King Mike, Box 300. Hall
<*'����*. Nnlwin.  P   ���>
Twenty dollars  reward will   be paid
by   tbe   undersigned   for   information
which will secure the conviction  of the
person who is known to   hnve poisoned
my ohickeus iu tbe Hume Addition.
P. O. Box 182, Nelson.
I have a largo warehouse and am
prepared to store all kinds of goods,
Pressor's Second Hand Store, Ward
FARES���Cash, 10 cents.
TicketB, 10 for 50 cents.
SERVICE���Every 20 minutes, leaving
park and up-town terminns nt 7
a. m. to lo.4o p.m. Early car leaves
H. B. Stores (1:45 a. m.
TRAINS���Oars meet 10.35 a.m. and
0.45 p m., and outgoing only on
SPECIAL���The public are requested
to stop ears only ou the far side of
cross streets; not to ride on, enter
or leave by I'ronl, platform; also to
motion hy hand if they intend to
hoard the car, and to notify conductor a short distunce before they
wish to leave.
COMPLAINTS -Will receive prompt
nttention nt the Company S olliee,
Vernon Stieet, City.
A large number of good residential
building sites adjacent to the lines of
their tramway, chiefly in the southern portion of the city to be sold on
easy teims.
Apply   Tramway      Office,     Vernon
Managing Secretary.
As we need the space for
other gooJs, we have decided
to sell out our line of
Granite Iron Ware, Etc.,
Call and G-et Prices.
Advertisements insuri-d undor this head at
tbo raui of ono cunt a word nor Insertion. No
advertisement takon for loss than as nants
Situation Warned advertisement* iiiMirlcd
threo Union free of charge.
81,huo   buys well   established grocery
business in good   location.    Address
I'M "..Miner olliee.
FOR   SALE.���Good   secondhand    bicycle, sin, or -ill trade for good guitar.    ''Bike" Miner offlje.
Aie.vou in    want?    If   you are, tell
the people,.through   Tho   Miner want
column, what   yuu are   i��   want   of
ron'll L'et ii.
KOOM TO KENT in IC. W. (.'. llioch.
on July 1st. eorner room facing
Halter ami Ward streel. Two rooms
en suite on Ward St., nnil two inside
rooms. Furnished or unfurnished
Mrs. ,F. .1. Squire.
TO RENr.���Rooms and office In   Clement,   Ulllyer block.   Apply to  the
Nelson Electric Tramway offices.
ROOM and board in   private |farai)y.
Apply ou Silica Btreet, second  door
west of Ward.
Baker Street.
Phone 261.
H. & M. BIRD
8.150 House on Victoria   street   22x14,
thoroughly   well   built, plastered
inside,    city water and   improved
8800 Four-roomed   bouse on   Victoria
828i> Two lots on Robson   street   close
to Hendryx.
815 Five-roomed cottage on Ward st.
830 Furnished house on Victoria street
828 Furnished   house    on    Carbonate
830 Seven-roomed liouse on Carbonate
street, electiic   light, hot air furnace, all conveniences.
820 House   on   Mill   street,
820 House on Robson street,
Stanley; two fenced lots.
close   to
all con-
Large semi-detached house
owned by F. P. Gutilius is
offered for sale at less than
Has all conveniences and
rents for $50 per month.
The annual general meeting of The
Cascade Water l'ower& Light Company
Limited, will be held at. tho office of
tho company, llakcr street, Nelson,
II. C., on Wednesday, the 17th day of
July inst., at 2 o'clock in tho after
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Poi Uir.
Nelunu. a O.
ROOM for   rent at   Mrs.   Melieath's,
Siliea street
FOR SALE.���Tug Hoat 'Red Star."
and Barge���At reasonable figures to
cash purchaser or time with good
security. Apply to Ontario Powder
WorkB, Nelson, II.  0.
HOUSE to   Rent.���.Furnished   or unfurnished, apply T,  Miner ollice.
or   chambermaid in hotel or boarding house.    Address    M,    N.,      Miner
WANTED.���Trustworthy men anil
women to travel and advertise for
old established house- of solid financial
standing. Salary $780 a year and expenses, all payable in cash. No canvassing required. Oive reference and
enclose self-addressed stamped envelope. Address Manager, litis Caxton
llldg., Chicago.
NELSON Employment Agency. Baker
street.     .hone 278.    J. 11. Love.
WANTED���Teamsters.        Wai tresses
(���iris for housework.    Nurse Girl.
Situations wanted hy Cooks, Laborers. lllacUsmith, Carpenters, ote.
WANTED���Men   wanted for   railroad
construction.       Fare   and    employment fee advanced.    Western   Canadian Employment Office, Ward st.
WOMAN   wants   work   of   any   kind
(luring  the   dny.    Apply   at   Miner
IT WILL PAY you to read  our ad. in
another column. Our blend of tea at
Thirty cents   per pound will suit you-
Kootenay Coffee Co. ,
JAPAN TEAS���"Spider Leg," "Pan-
fired, ' "Sun Cured, "���have a place in
our stock. The new "Ceylon Green"
is fine tlavorcd and economical. Kootenay Coffee Co.
I'KGi; Milling (loin Properties��� Wc are
anxious to secure a Tew Tree milling gold
properties nt onec. The rraspeelor's Kx.
dinner, Nelson, It. <', Itooili 4, K.W.-I'.
WE HAVE   in stock choice teas from
India, Ceylon, China, and Japan.  We
blend tbem to your taste.    All   prices
and qualities.    Kootenay   Coffee Co.
qO-D-I-VKR-COPI'EU l.K.tlt   nines   ami
prospects wanted,   Send report ami sum
pics to the Prospector's Exchange. Nelson.
B.C.   It.,,, iu 4 K.-W.-C. 1,'iMli.
TO liuib'ers and Contractors���1- am
prepared to take corn-tacts for 8-inch
single Hues at 75 cents per foot, double ilucs, $1.15 per foot. I'lasteiing,
two coats, 23 cents a yard, haul tin-
'sh 28 cents a yard. W. II. Hrown,
Hume Addition.
Notice is hereby given that I have
made application to tlie Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works at Victoria, 11. C, for a special license to
cut and carry away timber on und
from the following described Crown
Lands iu the Oout River section of
West Kootonay district, B. C. :
Commencing at a post placed on the
South bank of Meadow Cicek and
marked "South East Corner," said
Meadow Creek being a tributary of
Oout River anil above point 's siluut
ed about four miles east of tho station known as Kitclienei on the
Ciow's   Nest   branch   of     the   H.   C.
s.   Railway.   Commencing   at   said
southeast cornei* ami running west
100 chains, Nortli 40 chains, East 100
chains and soutli 10 chains to place
of beginning, containing about 040
Dated at Moyio, H.C , June 10, lliol.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to O. L. LBNNOX B��k�� St
Mines Examined and ttonortod On.
Mining Engineer.
Room 4. K.-W.-C. Block,
Nelson, B. C.
About that second hand article of
yours. Vou'll sell it if you'll advertise it "in The Miner want column,
Take notice that I intend to apply
30 days after date to the Cliief Commissioner of Lands and Works at Victorin, B.C., to purchase the following
described vacant Crown Lands in the
District of West Kootcnny,  11.  0, :
Commencing at a post planted on
the west line of Lot 303, group 1, West
Kootenay District and about 800 ft.
from North West Corner of the said
lot, and which post is marked "James
Cronin's North-West Corner," thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
ninth 80 chains to place ol beginning,
contniuing 040 acres more or less.
Dated, the 10th day of June, 1001,
From date until October I the dental
Offices of Nelson will be closed at I
" cock, p. ���-,, on nil Siiiurilays, re-
nmlning closed Wring the bilauee of
tlie day.
W, J. OI'INI.AN,   D. D   s
!���'. E.    MOKIilSON,    U   |)   g
T   II. STOIIDAI1T,   I).   I)   _ '
npHORPB & CO. I.iuiitoil-Curiier Vernon
A. unci Collar olreem, Nclsou-Munufaetur
oiriof and wiiulesaiu dealers in aeralod waters
ami liun syrups. Sole iikciiih for lluicyou Ilo
opringa uuuoral water,  Telephone no,
_.-.   i>..,M. in uu , Lowioo- Evorr known
variety ol ���oR drinks. I' u Hox 88. '1 oleuhanc
ftu. .11. Hoover Btroot, Nelson. Jlotllei. of the
i_iiiouK bi, Ihioii llol_piji,KH Mineral Wiiter
ClAMi, &, MACDONALD 111. Cane, Jaiuo
/ A. Macdonald)-Architects and sunerln
loMente, lliokcn Hill mock, cornor llaker and
U ard street. ,\ elhon
UJ. KVANB & CO.���Bakor btreet, Nol
��� hoii���Vt holesale dealers In liouors, ei-
gars, cement, lire brick and lire clay, water
pipe and hicol rail*, and KOucral coiuuiiHuion
Vi hoIoMlio and retail dealers in urain,
hoy, Hour, feed. Mills at Victoria, New West
iniiisler; Kiljnoiitoii, Alta. K-lovalorn on Calgary and K.dinuliUin Kailway. Manufacturer-
ot the celebrated H. & K. brand cereals.
AMAC1JONAL11 & Co.-Corner Fron
��� and Hall btreets���Wholesale grocer
uud jobbers iu blankets, _lovc��, milts, boots
rubbers, iiiuckliiaws and miners' sundries.
P   BURNS & Co.-Uaker Stroet, Nelson-
���   WbolcHulo dealers in frenh and cured
inoaLs.   Cold SLoruge.
llakcr Street, Nelson���Wholesalo ilea ���
ors in iru.-di and cured meats.
Street, Nelson ��� Wliolesulo dtuduis in
hardware, miner.,' supplic . sporting goods
M'LACllLAN DUOS. (Successor* to Van
couvur Hardware Co, I.I d.i linker Streel.,
NelMon���Wholesale dealors In hardware and
mining supplies, plumbers' uud finuuiitbH' sun
JJ. paiulH, oils and glnss; mechanics' tools.
Agents foi OuUtrio Powder Works; lyn.unite
rilUitNKIl, IIKKTON & Co.-Cornor Vornon
X and Joi-ephiue StreotH, Nolson���Whclo '
nalo dealers in liquors, cigars, and dry goods,
Agents for l'abst Browing Co. cf Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.
UllSON'b BAY Co.-Wholesulo grocorle*
and liquors etc.. Baker Street, Neluon,
Olllco comer Hall and Front btreets
Nelson���l.uinbor, ceiling, flooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes. Out oui
prices.   Correspondence solicited.
rp GALLON tr. CO.-Do��ler= in oro sacl-s
X* and twines. Always a large stock ull
hand. Telephone SOS,  Room 41. K.-W.-C. Illock
Certificate of Improvements
"Vancouver" Mineral Claim, situate
in the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where looated i On the N. & F. ri.
Railway, ll miles frum the international
Take notico that I, .1. I). Anderson,
P. L. H��� nf Trail, B. C, agent for
Churl us A. Ciilzin, Free Miner's oerti-
liruto No. lifni.HIT, intend, sixly days
from the date lieieof, to apply to tho
Mining Recordnr for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown t Irani of the above
And further takn notice Hint action,
under section :17, must bo commenced
before tho issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this Dili day of  July, 1901.
Windermere Mines.   (!orreetiondtnioe~ol,.oltoii
Certificate of Improvements
"Warfare" Mineral Claim, situate in
the Nelson Mining Division ol West
Kootenuy District.
Where located : Cu Craig Mountain,
near Oralgtown.
Tako notice thnt 1, J. I). Anderson,
l\l..~., of Trail, B.C.. agent, for Mrs.
Kntherine Heed, Free Miners' Cortili-
No. ]!!>li.( 171, William Seed, Free Miners' Certificate N<>. B_6,188, ami Gideon
.Miiilore, Free Miners'Certificate No.
B6571, intend, li" days from
datn hereof, to npply to the Mining Ronorder for a Certificate of Improvements for tbe purposo of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the abovo olaim.
And further take notico tbat action,
under section 117, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 5th day of July, A. I).
J. D. ANDERSON. Nelson   Daily Miner,, Sunday,  JI'ly 14,   1901
Save Your
We make a series of
phnto mounting albums especiallly prepared for the use
of the amateur collector iu all sizes,
from ~x4 to Hxl2. The paper used in
these is free from chemicals injurious
to photographs. We use tbe dark matt
surfaced papers now so popular, as well
as white. The bindings are cloth.
leather ami mutt buaid. and prices are
from 85c, to $5. Our amateur photo
supplies lilms, oueniiooi-, print,papers,
plates, developing powders uml sundries��� are all fresh. We have n nice
collection of the popolai dim and plate
camera. ; also photo mount < and mount
ing board.     Special album-
Pianos to Rent.
le to
flurry Wright, mining reoorder,
and II. Irv!no, Junior partner of the
firm of Irvine A Co., leave today via
Spokane, for New Yoik, where they
will meet their wives and thence proceed to take in the lluffalo Exposition,
lli-fore their return to the city, the
former will visit his parents at Bcet-
nn, Ont. During the mining recorder's absence liis plaee will be temporarily supplied.
Complaints are being made about
the small boy and his unerring aim
at the windows in the sampler. The
pioprietor is ir, communication with
ths police on tlie matter as the boys
have already peformcii all the execution they can on (tint building and he
Is afraid that tbis minature army of
stone slingers will in the near future,
Alexander like, seek fresh fields to
conquer antl proceed to bombard the
premises lie lives in,  which adjoin.
Tbero were rumors around the   city
last   evening   that   tho      tiuckiuen's
i strike   would soon be at un  cud,   but
'no confirmation of the report could be
I obtained   from   headquarters.    It    is
known, however, that   pressure is be-
, <   ing   Drought   to   bear   from   various
JA*/S**/W��*rV��vv*v********A�� 1 quarters,   to   hasten     a     settlement.
Recently   a meeting of  thc trainmen,
representing all the organizations   of
I the   railway   employees, was held   at
; Medicine   Hat   for   the   discussion of
the matter.    As the result of the con-'
vention a deputation was appointed to
wait upon the officials of the C. I'. R.
I on the lfith of this  month   to  discuss
Tbe regular meeting of the Epworth   the situation,    It is   reported   that in
League at the   Methodist church next  addition   to   the  mutter of the truck- j
Tuesday   evening   will be   under   the i__en-8 BtriUo   they   huve   troubles   of
their owd they are   desirous of bring-
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which la Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up   Capital,   (8,000,000;   Reserve   Fund,   82,000,000;
Aggregate  Resources Over 806,000,000,
HON. OEO. A. COX, President.      B. 8. WALKER, Oeneral Manager.
London Office:  on I.iuiiliiinl Street,  B.  C,
New York Office; |6 exchange Place.
And 08 branches In f'unndu und the United State*, innuidinir:
Ckaniihook Kami.001- Nkw WESTMINSTER   VANCOUVER
Fkumk Nanaimo HoshI-ani, Victuuia
YUKON DISTRICT--Dawson ami Whits IIoiisk.
l'Nitki> status���Nkw York, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Skagway,
Savings Bank Department.
I). ponitB Itiicclvod 'vnii Interest Allowed.   ProseuI Hate :i IVi- Cent
Nelson Branch.
IL a#
We sell watches that are
reliable and that we can guarantee. Learn our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Watch repairing our specialty. This department is
second to none in the country. All work guaranteed
satisfactory or money refunded. Get a price on the work
leaving it.
Celebration is
Don't fail to
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager. I
A wood fire in the grate of tlie
Hume office last evening was much appreciated by the guests. It seems
strange to hear of such intense heat
existing throughout the east, while
here tho weather is moie suitable to
May than .July.
direction of the missionary department of the church. The subject will
be "A Missionary Trip Through
China. M'ss Way will conduct the
Haker stieet was again brilliantly
illuminated last night when the
Tramway company, at the request of
the Mayor, turned on the hundreds of
electric lights that cross the streets.
It was a strong argument in favor
of the oity keeping the lights there
At St. Pauls Presbyterian Church
services will be held today nt the usual hours���11 a.m.in the morning and
7.10 in the evening. Rev. Dr. Wright
will conduct both services, Thc Sab
bath school and Ilible class will be at
a.30 p. in.
Rov. Mr. White will oreach at the
Methodist church in the morning on
"The Becre* of (Success Among the
Early Methodists,', and in the evening on ".Seeking and Finding the
Nothing could have attested to the
popularity of the li. M, li. hand better than the large crowds that were
out last evening to enjoy their concert.
Despite tlie chilly and unpleasant
weather Raker street was thronged
with all classes of t'lti.ens and rounds
of hearty applause greeted caoli selection.
Mr. C. Mc Kee, representing the Pan-
American Circus is stopping at the
Phair. He is huie looking over the
prospects of the country as a Held for
a visit of his circus in September, it
at present being at Sydney, Cape lire-
ton, N. S. Mr. McKee says that in
Nova Scotia business at present is very
lively, there being a lot of construction going on everywhere.
I Active Brains i
ing before the attention of the company. The condition of the road bed
is fast becoming a danger and a ililli
cully to the transmission of the traffic
of the road. Already the effect of the
strike is being felt in the Imperial
Limited service The trip, which is
supposed to only occupy five days from
coast to coast more often than not
occupies six days, and it is rumored
that the company are contemptlatmg
the removal of this fast service on account of the strike. Last evening the
Crow's Nest boat missed connection
with the main line t,air,and the train
from Medicine Hat to the Landing
was only a local one and conveyed
neither mail nor main line passengers. The Crow's Nest train the evening before brought in the passengers
and mail of the trains of the two
previous duys. At present there is
one train, passengers and mail delivery missing, which are expected to arrive on the next trip. Necessary
work on tho section, such as is absolutely necessary to get the trains
though ia being undertaken by improvised gangs,
A good dish of ice cream
is opnreoiater] by the worst
of men. Might try r forming that husband of yours
by investing in one of the
best bits of hardware we
sell.   That's the
Ice Cream
A most appropriate Souvenir of the Dominion Hay
the Sterling Silver Miners' Candlestick, Pin and Badge.
secure one.    Only 50c. at
Jewelers,  Nelson,  B, C.
ty /if no AhJA/ ��� tAfry, As cu^/
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"Zbe IRovjal Bank of Canada"
Nelson's New High Schoo
(Continued from First Page)
money to pay his fare and lie had ap
plied to the steam hoat people to be
brought to Nelson, tut they refused
and as he was unable to walk he was
unable to appear. His Honor accepted the explanation and the man was
set at liberty.
Must Have Good Food
or Nervous
Prostration  Surely Follows
To Keep Out of Norvotis Prostration by
Proper Use of Food.
It is a liiincmable fact that American brain workers tlo not, as a rule,
know how to feed themselves to rebuild the daily loss oecasioned by
active mental effort, This fact,coupled
with the disastrous effects of the nllia-
lids contained in tobacco, coffee aud
whiskey, makes a sure pathway towards nervous prostration.
Tlie remedy is simple enough Km-
ploy tho services of a food expert,
who knows the kind of food required
to rebuild the daily losses in the human body. This can be done by making froo use of Grape-Nuts, the famous breakfast food whicli contains
exactly tlie elemental principles
which have an affinity for ulhuincn
and go directly to rebuild the gray
matter in tile brain, solai plexus and
norve centres throughout tlie body.
Follow your selection of food up witli
a dismissal of coffee, tobacco and
whiskey for fifteen days ami mark tlie
difference in your mental ability,
which means everything to the aver-
ago hustling American, who must
have physical and mental strength 01
be falls out in the lace for dollars.
X * no
Large Number of Men From Ronning-
ton Falls in Town.
Yesterday a cablegram was received at Ilonliington Falls from England
by the manager ol the construction
works under way to lay off all the
men aud i close down the work. No
reason was given for this action
ny particulars as to how long it
wns for. The message was from Sir
Charles Ross
It is supposed that the cause of this
unfortunate occurrence is the strike
existing at the Rossland camp, and
that the coinpany does not care to ��0
ahead enlarging its plant while matters are in such an uncertain Mate.
Over a hundred of the men employed
arrived in Nelson this evening. The
rail, ay construction work going on in
the Lardeau will probably take most
of them.
('111,Hal   Authorized,
incorporated 1869.
.    Hci.iMHi.niMi.iiii I Capital riild-nn,     ,    .    .     Hc.'.iiiiii.tino.iiii
Bent, f|>l,jlHi,~~l.l>l)
Board or Directors     I'Iiiiiiiiu K. Kenny, Prcsldonb;  Thomas Ritchie, Vine-- resident
Wiley Smith, H. G. Bauld, Hon. David MacKcen.
Head OHlce, Halifax;
General Manager, Edson L. Pease, Montreal.
Superintendent of Branches, and Secretary, W. B. Torraneo, Halifax,
Bran    ca t
cbec���Montreal.   (City   Office),   Montroal
Went Snd (ConNotro   liiuno and Sel���-
'ova   Scotia-Halifax   Branch,   Antlgoni-1
Brldgewater, Uuysboro. Londonderry, Lu
eiiinii'i!. Maitland (Hants Co.), Piotou, Port
Hawkosbury, Sydney. Shubonacadie.Truro,
Ulew    Brunswick ��� Bathurst,     Dorchester,
Frcdericton, Kingston (Kent Co.), Mono
ton, Newcastle, Saekvillo, St, John,Woodstock-
I*. E. Island���Charlottetown, Summersido.
iieuru Streets); V. estinoiint (Cor. Greene
Avenue ucd St. Catharines  Street.
Newfuundllllld���St, John's.
Culm. Weill Indles���Ilavana.
I 'mini Slates���New York (1(1 Kxeluv en Plaee
ltopublie, Wash
11901 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
ever shown to the public of Nelson.
Call and see our Rattan Chairs, Baby Carriages, Go  Carts,   Morris
Chairs, Verandah Chairs, etc.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rcsslasui,   VancBBVcr,
Vancouver East End, Victoria.
Corrcapnnder|l 81
Canada���Morchanta Bank of Canada.   Iloalon-National Shav-mut Hank.   Chlea_n~Illlno<H
Trust and Savings Bank.  San Francisco-First National Hnnk.   London,  Knit.-Bank  of
Scotland.   Purls, France���Credit Lyoniiaia.   Bermuda���Bank of Bermuda,   China and Japan��� Hook Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation,    Spoknnc-OW National Bunk.
acncf-l Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   ��~>ught
and Sold, Lu*. ers ol Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received ou the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed oa special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'v.
Nelson  <fc  Fort
Sheppard R'v
Red Mountain R'v.
M. M. Austin, a civil rear   veteran. I
j of Winchester,Ind , writes: "My wi'el
was nick a long time in   spite of good
doetors's   treatment, but was   wholly
|cureil by Dr,   King's   New  Lite Pills,
I which     worked     wonders     for     her
! health."      They       always     do.    Try
[them.    Only   26o   at   Canada   Drug &
1 Hook Co
July 13th, 14th and 15th.
Buffalo and Eeturn
July 2d, 16th, and every first
and third Tuesday, August,
September and October.
Buffet service  on   trains between
Spokane and Northport.
I*ave           DAY TRAIN Arrive
!i :00 n.m Spokano 7:85 p.m
18:50 p.m Kossland 4:10 p.m
9:15 u.tn Nelson 7:15 p.m
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Waso
Agent. Nelson. B 0.
West Transfer Co.
Goal am Wood
Only Eighteen Years Old.
Best   Fir  and   Tamarac   Al j
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Oflice on   Baker Street. Tel. 88
And eight years tortured With asthma. Kopt
in an air-tight room for iiioiiOih. \Va~ cured
by Clorke'u Ko'a Compound.
Mr. L. O Leinineiis, . . P. It. engineer, Winnipeg. Man., writes: "My son, who is just
eighteen years uf age. has been a terrible --offerer from asllima for eight yen*. Hundreds
of dollars I spent on doctor-- ard routcdies during these voars only brought temporary relief,
i For month-- he was kept in an air-tight room.
| About the Is of September. 18118, wc puveb >sed
j somo Clarke's Kola Compound.   Ho took in all
i'se^en hollies am' has sine, been completely
cured. Il li sccit'ilnly been a blessing to him."
Hold by nil druggi.ts. Enclose six cents In
stamps for free sample to the Urillllhs and
Macpherson Company, Limited, 121 Chmch
: streel, Toronto.
I   For sale by J. H. Vanstono, Nelson, li. C.
0AfiS.-MEAL3 a la 0AETE.
Mr. Machin, general agent Bennett
Fuse Co., headquarters at, Victoria,
B. 0., begs to say thut in consequence
of attempts to impose spurious and
cheap imitations of their white coun
tered, patent safety Fuse, Crown
Brand, he   feels   it necessary   to   ask
 Consumers   to   be sure   that   they get
-    the genuine   Bennett's Kuse. Tin; sole
If there is anything you re.|uir,i.asl<   agents   in   Nelson   is   the   Lawrence  until you see what The
for   it   in   the  columns of the Miner.   Hardware Co. for you
Close  connection  East  and AY'iL
bound at Spokane with trains ul' tin
Spokane Fulls and Northern Railway.
aud at Bonner's Ferry witn Kootenay
Railway & Navigation Co.
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West, and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:16 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily for 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 Francisco, snd all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
themagnifieent steamships North Wept
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Kail-
For further Information,-maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Ky., Kaslo & Slocan
Ry., Kootei ai Railway & Navigation
Co., or to
H. A. JACKSON. Cotn'l Agent,
Spokane, Wash,
G. K. TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
Nelson. B O
NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON. B. G. -
Gold, Silver-Lead  and  Copper Mines wanted at thc EXCLtANGE.
FREE MILLING HOLD properties wanted at once for Eastern
Parties having mining property for sale are requested to send
samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.
We desire to hear from prospectors who hnve promising mineral
claims in liritisli Columbia,
,,,,' .'os.?c.toI's  anu  mini"!?  ir.en   are requested   to make  the  EX-
CIIAM,L the.'v headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples should be sent by express, 1'REPAII).
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
Telephone No. 104.   P. O. Box 700. NELSON
I        & CO.        |
I       MADDEN    BLOCK       I
I Phone 117 1
*********** ******i.m.i,A++X
Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Best of
Quality, as follows :
Java and Arabian Mooha. per pound ���   jri
.lara and Mocha Blend, 3 poundn l S
H'lo Santos (pounds... ..      .          } !m
Santos Blond, 6 pounds } S!
Our BpeolalBhmd, (I pounds ,   J n_
Our Klo ltoast, 0 pounds ]]',] Jon
A TSUI on in it sin i, i ij i,.
fVEL-SON.        -        b
all  railway and
For domestic or steam use.
A  full   supply  always  on
Rates to
lake points.
Tim      _   General Agent
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two
C.P.R   offices.
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
MISOV-KAMO llllll'c.
0:00 n. 111. Lv. NoIkoii Ar. 9:00 p. ni.
11:46 n. ni. Ar. Kaslo Lv. ii;20 p. Ill,
Bulletin No. ii- Until further notico tlio
steamer Alborta will leave Kuslo City Wharf,
foot of I'hird Stroot for Lardo on Mondays,
�� oaneBdays and Fridays, ut 10,30 a, ni.
10:10 a. Ul. Lv. Kuslo Ar. 4:50 p. m.
l-.lop.m. Ar. Sandon Lv. 3:80 p. m.
And nil poinls Knsl nnd West via Str. Alborta,
-tr. Kaslo. B. &N. and K. V. Hys.
and Q, N. Ry.
6:00a. 111. Lv. Nolson Ar 10:00p.m.
a.00 p. in. Lv. Bonnor'r Verr; Ar 1:15 p. ra.
I>:10 p. in, Ar Spokiu. 1 r 8:00 a. 111.
. Oonnootlng at Bonner's Iferry with Groat
Northern 'Hjor' cnslbound nnd at Spokano
with Groat, Northern for Paoiflo Coast pointa,
lenviiiR Spokano nl 8:00 p.m.
Wojgon       8ht Ktl'vlc�� between Sandon and
Steamer Alberto loaves Kaslo for Lardo nnd
otfi        Mondai . Wednesdays and .rldays
To ascertain rates and full Information address 1
G. K 1 ackaii-ry Local Agent.
You shouldn't sunt! out of
Miner can do
Is   lame    or    intei feres
bring him   to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop, Jo
sephine Street
.���anlsf..,.     ,..���'   ���r   your   hulbiuul I ^ ^"^J* -nd Pr0vl����l��l  U��_
I P. O. Bio US
T. G. Procter's houseboat is now for
rent by the dny or week.   Special rales
_ for family parties.     First-elass  cook
V. 8. OLEMENT'l! aml ,,t,wulilnt ie charge.   Bates $2.50
nu~*o per day.    Parties oan net da O. P. B.
biiats cither goiDg or returning from
Kootenuy Landing:.    The liont for the
next two weeks will be stationed at the
mouth of M Idgesnd neighboring creeks,
where   a   big   catch   of   rainbows    i��
assured.  Apply to T. Or, Procter, BBke.
stieet, for further-information.
Net-on  B."


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