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 Provinc.ii Lib. .rv _3,
Daily Edition No.  1124
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Sunday,   August 25,  1901
Eleventh  Year
Whitaker Wright's Fall Caus
Ing Much Speculation In
the Camp.
Nothing Definite Known���A\r.
Macdonald   Makes
Kossland. li. 0., Aug. 24.- The situation in connection with the strike
is practically unchanged. Striking
miners and the element opposed to
Bernard Macdonald take considerable
satisfaction out of the report of Whitaker Wright's lesignation as president
of the Le Roi, but tlio majoiity of
thus- in touch with affairs arc disposed to accept Macdonald' assurances
tilttt this will not affect the director's
attitude toward the Miners' Union,
and that their policy delineated soon
after the trouble commenced will be
adhered to. As far as the striae is
concerned the general feeling is that
the company is out to estabish a
policy of brooking no interference
with the conduct of the mine by the
unions and that tbis contest will he
fought out regardless of possible
changes ui tbe personnel of the management. It is felt thnt to recede
from the position at tiiis stage Of thc
game would be opposed to good policy
and would intrench unionism so
strongly that the agitator element
would be in the saddle for good.
The   strike is   devoid of features of
interest.       The   number   of   genuine
miners in tbe camp  is variously   estimated   at   from    50   up   to   100,    th.'
balance having (,-ono   out of   the   oity
to uork in other camps   pending  the
resumption of work.    There is no in-
| dication   that   tbe   mines   are   to   be
started in the   near   future.      Reports
i of trouble at Northport  are discredit-
, ed.     Information   from   disinterested
iparties  is that tho   furnaces   are tun-
"ning smoothly and that   tho   management   ia   not   blowing in   additional
furnaces, in ouloi to   conserve ore reserves now   on tbe ground.    Men   are
being turned away   from the smelter.
Rossland strikers  are   looking   for-
waid to a change in the situation after
the directors'   meeting   on   the   2!>th
inst., but the prediction is made that
no action then taken   will   affect   thc
local   managers   materially.    Accepting this as correct   tne   next   step   of
importance will be tho resumption of
the mines.
A representative of thc Rossland
.Miner interviewed Mr. Bernard Macdonald, manager of the Le Roi Mining Company, on Friday, about the
reports current on the street:
1. That Mr. Whitaker Wright bad
resigned the chairmanship of tbe Le
Hoi directorate in London.
:.'. That ex-Governor Mackintosh
would be resident director of the
���I. That the new directorate wonld
he opposed lo the strike policy of the
old directorate,and would bo prepared
to make certain concessions to the
ilcninnds of the Miners' Union after
the meeting on the 20th inst.
4, Thut thc smoltcr was frozen up,
etc., etc.
Replying to these reports in the
order given, Mr, Macdonald said :
''I. That Mr. Whitaker Wright has
I'lihigncd the chairmanship of the Le
Roi directorate in London is probably
'rue, as he has had that step in contemplation for some time.
"!.'. There is not the remotest probability that ex-Governor Mackintosh
will be called upon to occupy the
position of resident director, or any
uthei position with the Lo Roi company at this place or elsewhere, no
matter what hoard of diccctors may bo
''8, I am informed from reliable
Bouroes that tho strike polioy unanimously adopted by the directors and
cublud to me some timo ago is to be
"I. In reference to the reported
freczc-u-js at the smelter, Mr. Macdonald said that such reports are
really too silly to answer, since ihe
furnaces never ran more smoothly Hiul
no difficulty whatever Is experienced
in getting all the men at present re-
qnireil, In fact, a number of men
seeking woik are being turned away
eery day.
"With regard   to   the   rumor   that
No. 2 furnace has been closed    perma-j
nently on acoount of gas explosions, l|
, would   state   that   this   furnace   has!
i never dune better work than it is now
doing. The returns for yesterday's
operation show tbat the regular
amount ot ore has been smelted by It.
"ln refeience to tbe other rumor
alleged to have come from Northport,
that there is no gold in tho matte, 1
would state that the ear of matte
shipped from the smelter the day this
report was circulated, i. e., August.
2tst, was the highest in gold value of
any matte ever shipped from the
"So far as the smelter is concerned,
the strike is over, as far as relates to
practical effect."
The     Spokesman-Review     has  the
following on the situati,-:n :
Whitaker Wright has resigned the
managing directorship of the Le Boi
company. The resignation was under
pressure. Mr. Wright made a desperate effort to retain his post as head of
the great mining coinpany, and he
hoped to stave off the opnosition at
least until the annual meeting in
The opposition, however,became too
strong, it was evident that be. would
be forced out at the special meeting of
the company which will be held next
Thursday in London. Rather than to
submit to the humiliation ol a removal, be resigned on Thurdsay.
News of his action reached hero yes*
lorday by cable.
Tho downfall of Mr. Wright is di*
rectly due to the effoits of Henry
Bratnober, the famous San Francisco
mining man, who, perhaps, ranks
higher tlinn anv other American in
tho conlidence of London mining
financiers. Mr. liratnober is himself
a shareholder in the Le Roi, and he
is closely allied with a number of
other shareholders. He came to Spokane about two weeks ago to examine
the situation, and since then has been
constantly In communication with his
London associates. As a result of
.Mr. Bratnober's efforts, Wright decided that his only course was to
The withdrawal of Wright puts an
entirely new phaso on the Le Roi
situation. Thc policy of antagonism
tc the labor unions which has been a
feature of the Lo Roi company's
attitude during the past three months,
with the resulting strikes at North-
port and Rossland, was carried on
with Wright's approval. He decided
to close down tho mines rather than
to accede to the demands made by the
it is problematical what the new
management of tho company will do
with regard to the labor troubles.
Well informed mining mon believe
that the withdrawal of Wright paves
the way to some sort of a settlement
which will result in the rcoponing of
the Le Roi. The English shareholders
havo been keenly anxious to get somo
dividends from the mine.
Grand  Forks-Republic  Railroad to Be Pushed
Latest News of Survivors and
Victims of the Islander
London, Aug. 24.���Among the paB-
songors sailing on the Campania from
Liverpool today, via Queenstow, are
Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,
Canadian High Commissioner, and
Lady Strathcona; Mr. W.G. Jamieson,
thu well known amateur yachtsman,
and Mrs. Jaraieson, and Chief Justice
Oliver Wendell Holmes, of the
supreme court of Massachusetts.
Totonto, Ont., Aug. 24.��� Criminal
proceedings nre being taken against
Andrew Lewis, father of tho boy wbo
died recently from diphtheria while
under treatment of a Christian
Scientist named Richard Ferry. The
charge is manslaughter and is based
on the fact that Lewis neglected to
cnll in competent medical men instead
of Ferry.
Halifax, N. S��� Aug. 24.���.1. G.
Townsend was yesterday granted an
application to bring action against
tho Dominion Iron and Steel Co,,
Sydney, C. B., for violating the alien
labor act by importing men from the
United States. Aotion is being taken
by the Bricklayers' Union   of Sydney.
against 'Mass,   could agree on a policy
against a common competitor."
Paris, Aug.   21. ���The   French press
has not been   giving   much   attention
editorially to the Venezuela-Colombia
question, but what comment has been
GOSSlp From  the  Capitals  Of j made has on the   whole been  adverse
to the United States, which is accused
the World Across the
New Westminster, J), C, Aug. 24.--
Tho New Westminster   lacrosse  team
today defeated Victoria   by a score  of
13 to 3.
Santa Rosa, Cal., Aug.2-1,���William
Humphrey, a   vetoran of the   Crimean
war, one   of   the   "Noble   Six   Hundred," died here today, ajjed 77.
Grand Forks. 11. C, Aug. 24,���The
Granby smelter during the week ending today treated 4,251 tons of ore.
The total treated to date is 205,000
J. F. Whitney, a Philadelphia
glass manufacturer, who is largely interested in the City of Paris and
Granby group of mines, owned by the
Miner-Graves Syndicate, is here. lie
went through the Knob Hill and Old
Ironsides at l'hoenix and expressed
himself as astounded at the millions
ot toes of ore in sight. lie also inspected the smelter at Grand Forks.
Chas. Ferguson ... Co., ot Spoakne,
have been av a ded thc contract for
the construction of the entire line of
the Republic and Grand Forks railway
with the exception of about four miles
already graded. Thc load connecting
this city with the American mining
camp will be about 35 miles long and
according to the contraot must be completed before New Years U>1>2. Mr.
Ferguson has established headquarters
here and says ho will have three
thousand mon at work within a fortnight. A portion of his outfit has
arrived but fourteen additional ear-
loads arc expected tomorrow or Monday. Construction camps bave
already been established between
here and the boundary line, four and
a half miles distant and camps three
miles apart will be located next week
at all the intermediate points south
as far as Republic. Tracy Wbuelaud,
general manager of the Republic and
Grand Forks road, confirmed the�� re-
Dort of the award of tho oontract to
Ferguson & Co. He also stated, that a
traffic arrangement with the Canadian Pacific railway has been effected
The rails and rolling stock havo already been purchased. The principal
owners of tho charter are Hon. J. R.
Stratton, Provincial Secretary of
Ontario, F. M. Holland and T. P.
Coffee, all of Toronto. Manager Holland estimates that Republic with
railway facilities will produce a daily
tonnage of six hundred tons, all of
which will be treated at thc Grand
Forks smelter, and this tonnage he
believes will he more than doubled
within sixteen months. The Great
Northern load is also building a line
between GranM Forks anci Republic
and there is sure to be a lively race
between the two roads to determine
which shall to completed  first.
Victoria,B. C.Aug. 24.���Big crowds
of people met the Charmer last night
when tho bodies of Dr. Duncan, Capt.
Foote, Mrs. Ross and child, all victims of the Islander wreck, were
brought home. Captain Foote and
Mrs. Ross will bo buried tomorrow,
Dr. Duncan's funeral is delayed until
the arrival of a brother.
Four bodies were bruised about the
head, and this, with the fact that all
of them were picked up very shortly
after the accident, has led to the
theory advanced hy medical men that
they were killed by un explosion or by
being struck with Hying debris.
Otherwise they say tbe lungB would
have filled with water and the bodies
snnk. This theory is strengthened by
the fact that Dr. Duncan was still
bleeding from the temple when picked
Captain Goss of the Hating says he
is satisfied the boilers did not explode
tut the report was cue to tbe out-rush
of air. He says the shore ia strewed
for 20 miles with wreckage, including
the ship's wheel.
James McKay and wife, parents of
Mrs. Ross' neice, and young Hell,
son of one of tbe victims, camo out to
Juneau where they will wait and see
if the sea gives up their dead.
Governor Ross dropped a remark-
last night which led to the belief tbat
he will resign but it is generally supposed he will reconsider such decision
after he recovers from the first effects
of his terrible blow. Mr. Rons, with
the Uev. Leslie Clay, an old friend,
went to the cemetery this morning
tn select a plot for tbe Interment of
i  the bodies.
Czar's Visit to Germany and
France Awakening Much
lierlin, Aug. 24.���While tbe papers
are Hooded with details of the Czar's
approaching visit to France, confirmation of the announcement that His
Majesty will also attend tbe German
naval manoeuvres, whioh was made
in Paris somo days ago, was for some
reason known only to official minds,
itept back from tbe German publio
until yesterday.
The statera-nt tbat the Czar will
visit Dantlz in private and that no
minister will be piesent. is quite
wrong;. Both Count Von liuelow
and Count Lamsdoif will accompany
their Imperial masters. Attempts
tburefore to divest the meeting of a
political character are vain. No
more important political transactions
will be concluded, but the more fact
that Emperor William wili have an
opportunity of exchanging personally
his views on pending questions, is
regarded as politically important. As
a high official said : "The Emperors
wiil meet as good friends from the
conviction that it is best thing for
both to be good friends, though attempts mav be made here and there
tu mar tbat friendship."
Tho meeting will take place on
board tbe German Imperial yacht
Hoheiizollern. Tbe Czar's visit will
last only 48 hours.
At the same timo that the Czar will
be reviewing the French Ueet and
troops, the German Imperial manoeu-
vcrs to which Lord Roberts, the British commander-in-chief, has boen invited, will be iu progress in tbe
country southward of Dirschau on the
Vistula. The manoeuvers are of exceptional interest this year. Special
attention will be paid to the cyclist
divisions, pigeon post and balloon
company attached to each corps and
to the experiment with motor oars.
Emperor William will command one
side of the naval manoeuvers and will
continue thu naval and army manoeuvers until Sepember 15.
The larger part which Court Von
Waldersee i��. occupying in public
attention has brought out many kindly comments on the countess.
King Edward is automobiling
around Homburg in a car which looks
more like an armour-cladthan a carriage. It is a kind of char-a-bannies,
very large and gloomy and painted
green and black. It holds six people
easily. The king is scarcely visible
while in the car aud gets privacy in
his open air excursions which would
not be obtainable otherwise.
j of exaggerating facts in order to have
an excuse to intervene and seize the
Isthmus of Panama and the canal.
The correspondent of the Associated
Press received from a well Informed
source that the French Government
has not yet considered the contingencies which may arise if thc United
States lnlerevnes, or has any exchange
of views with tlie European chancellories on tho subject taken place, or
even been suggested. So far as
France is concerned, she does not contemplate any step beyond that already
taken, of sending a warship to protect the lives and property of Frenchmen on the Isthmus. The Government
hns not received any news from its
representatives in Central America
concerning the troubles there until a
day or two ago. As they came by
mail they relate to events several
weeks old and fail to give a clear idea
of what is taking place, but it is curtain that there was nothing calculated
to cause alarm for tbe safety of Fren.ll
London, Aug. 21.���Former Senator
W. D. Washburn, of Minneapolis,
prior to sailing for home on the
steamer St. Louis today, said to a
lepresentativc of the Associated Press
that he had found considerable uneasiness among the bankers and manu*
facturers on the continent concerning
American competition.
"Tbey perceive, '��� he added, "that
we are just getting ready and in no
respect is it likely thoy can beat us
in the future. How long can Europe
stand to pay a balance of trade of six-
hundred and fifty million dollars a
year after all our securities aro sent
back? Some able continental obser-
��� ers to whom 1 put tho inquiry were
unable to answer.''
Commenting on the "fantastic idea
of a commercial bond of the European
nations against the United States,"
The Outlook says: "One might as
well try to hang a Venetian blind over
the sun as to try to exclude the influence of American industries from
the world. For one thing, Great
Hi itain would be uo party, to the
bond. For another, the power of
American reprisals would be terrible.
Even now Germany i s on the verge of
I a struggle between classes, caused by
| the proposed tariff. Under the German tariff Austria would suffer gricv-
iously. It is not easy to see how
j countries which are at issuo witli
I themselves and each   other aud whose
St, Petersburg, Aug. '.'1.���Count
Cassini. the Kussian ambassador to
the ^United Statos, has loft St.
Figures of Germany's Trad3 For the
Past Year.
Washington, Aug. 24.���The State
Department has received a report from
Consul General Mason at lierlin giving
the official statistics just issued of
Germany's trade in iron and steel and
their manufactures for the lirst half
of 1U00. It is shown that the imports
of machinery into Germany has drop-
pod from 81,007 tons uring thc first
half of 1000 to88,881 tons for sainn
period of this year, a loss of over 22
per ceut. As indicating the wide
range and variety of iron and steel
exports from the United States to
Germany it is set forth that from Jan-
uavy to July of this year, Germany
bought from tho United States in
round numbers 15,000,000 metric tons
of agricultural machinery; 0,300 tons
of pig iron, neary 2.0U0 tons of course
hardware, ; 1,500 tons heavy castings,
118 tons locomotives and locomobiles;
218 tons of electrical machinery;
nearly 1,000 tons of sewing maohines;
1,500 tons machine tools and 40 tons
of typewriters. The United States is
far in the lead as regards agricultural
machinery, sending more than three
fourths of Germany's supply during
tho first half of this yoar.
Again Asserted That Steel Antagonists
Aro Conferri ng.
Pittsburg, Aug. 24.���Talk of peace
in the steel world in spite of the
denials that there i�� prospects of any
by the officials of the steel corporation
or the officials of tlie Amalgamated
Association President. SchutLr made
tho statement tonight that there was
nothing probable in this line, so fur
as he knew. He denied positively
that the conference with the four visitors on Friday, hnd any significance
and said that the situation was
unchanged. He willingly admitted
that he wonld at any time be glad to
discuss peace with the proper officials
or their authorized representatives
but��this was all. In spite of this
statement theie is a strong undercurrent of belief that there arc powerful
influences at work to bring the war
ring factions with tho idea of ending
the strke that is unsettling tile iiidns-
tiial prosperity of tin- coil ntry.
Victoria, II. 0. Aug. 24.���The
steamer Bristol which arrived heie on
her way to Ladysinith to load coal,
brought from San Francisco a party
of ship owners and retired captains
from Port Towsend who took the ship
John A. Briggs lu Sun Francisco from
that port because of the fact that thc
Sailors' Union refused to ship a crew
under fifty dollars fur the trip. Capt.
lllaok made up a crew ot ship owners
and others, many very wealthy, who
made the trip more for pleasure than
anything else.
Fog Is too Dense for Her But
Not for the Old Columbia.
Betting Men Are Putting Up
Big Money  on  thc
Oyster May, Aug 24,���The Columbia
won the trial race here today. The
Constitution withdrew about :i
o'clock because of thick weather.
The Columbia went on ami finished the
course at IDS::;.,. Her elapsed timo
was three hours, 33 minutes and :;r,
New Vork, Aug. 24.���Sir Thomas
Lipton, when seen by fl representative
of thc Associated Press after the race
said ;
"The weather was bad for racing
and I think thc Constitution ,did the
right tiling in stopping when she
did. In that thick weather there was
no use taking chances of an accident, either of collision or of running
aground. Our yachts un both sides of
the water huve bud experience enough
of that kind.'' Kir Thomas refrained
from saying anythiug regarding the
merits of either Columbia or Constitution. On board the Erin ns guests of
tht! Shamrock's owner were Lieut.*
Col. Burbank and his daughters and
several other officers. Captain Sycamore and Navigator Hamilton also
saw the race from tbo Erin. Tho
former laughingly said to the newspaper man ; "You brought us out hero
to give us a soaking. What will you
do with us if we tako tlie cup'.1''
William Butler Duncan, Constitution's manager, when asked why he
quit, said; " We had to when the
weather got thick, and I suoposed
Columbia had also quit. I shall tnko
Constitution cast tonight, if the
weather clears aud there will be no
more races until tlio trial races."
New York, Aug. 24.���Professional
betting men are beginning to show a
keen interest in the coming International yacht race and some men who
aro well known in the sporting
world are inclined to give tho long
end to the Shamrook. One of the
most prominent of these sporting
men is quoted as saying that the men
who make bets arc disgusted with the
trials of the American boats and that
those with the bank rolls do not like
thc performance of the Constitution.
The opinion is that, even money on
the race will piovail. Another high
authority of this class says thnt ho
has found feeling and sentiment in
favor of the Shamrock and he cites an
instauce of a bet by a Chicago man of
S100 to ,250 that Sir Thomas would
win. Reports received from Detroit
tell of a bet of 8..00 tc .100 made by a
Toronto man with a United States
army officer that tin- Shamrock would
be the victor. Given money bets are
reported from Indianapolis and word
conies from St. Louis that the prevailing odds there are four to live tn favor
of tho American boat. No heavy betting is reported from any place.
London. Aug. 21.���It is too early
for London to enthuse much over the
America cup race but them is a glowing belief that Sir Thomas Liptous'
chances are good. A commissioner
representing a number of sporting
clubs has sailed for New York carrying ��B0.OOO of Shamrock money
Lachine,   Aug. 21.���Mr. Rattray, of
this place had his wife and two  children drowned oil' the wharf   in   Lake
St. Louis here today by the swamping
fiscal       airangements    excite    class  of their boat.
Oyster Hay, Aug. 24.���Tbe Seawan-
haka Club gave a dinner tonight in
honor of Sir Thomas Lipton and his
party. Vice-President Roosevelt was
among tin- guests, The Elin will remain in the harbor tonight and proceed t" Sandy Hook in the morning.
New York. Aug. 21.--Tlie steam
yacht Erin left, her anchorage in
Sandy Hook at 7..'10 this morning to
go to Oyster Hay. Lieut.- Col. Bur-
bnnk and family went as Sir Thomas'
guests to witness the Columbia-Constitution rac3.
  ~t >
Montreal. Aug. 34.���The C. 1'. R.
earnings for the week ending August
21th, amounted to (080,000,au increase
of 3102,000.
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"Coming evonts cast their shadows
before," and it lias been apparent, for
some time pant that Mr. Whitaker
Wright and associates were to loie
control of the group of Rossland properties including the Le Roi. Le Roi
No 2, Rossland-Great Western and
Kootenay mines. In yesterday's issue
of The Minor appealed a dispatch
from London which annoucnd that Mr.
Wright had tendered his rcsigsatloii
as managing director of the Lo Roi
company and that it was altogether
probable that a clean sweep of the
entire management would bo made, as
proxies antagonistic to tlio present
management were being received iu
large numbers. The change would bo
made, it was anticipated, at the extraordinary general meeting to be held
on Thursday next. Mr. Bernard Mae*
don aid, tbe manager of the Le Roi
and the other properties of the Rossland Great Western gioup and Mr.
Wright's confidential agent in Rossland, when shown the dispatch stated
that the report was likely true,as .Mr.
Wright had such a move in contemplation for some time past, It is probable, however, that Mr. Wright
resigned under pressure brought to
bear by the dissatisfied stockholders.
Tho Hritish Columbia Review of Saturday, August 10, which arrived iu
yesterday's mail from London, has the
following which would tend to show
that the resignation of Mr. Wright
was not nn entirely voluntary act on
his part, and that it was pieceded by
the resignation of some of his nominees in the different companies:
"The exposures which have been
made in connection with the liquidation of the 11. A. C. and the Standard
Exploration Companies have ecm-
menced to bear fruit. An action has
been commenced for the compulsory
winding up of the London and Globe
which will involve the public examination of Mr. Whitaker Wright, and
although the petition will not.be heard
until after the vajation, there is overy
reason to anticapate that thu Courts
will grant the application. The
boards of the Lake View and Ivanhoe
companies have been relieved of the
presence of Mr. Sinclair Maclcay,
who has also resigned his diiectorship
of the Trustees, Executors, and Securities Insurance Corporation. Mr.
Macleay has taken the only course
possible under tho circumstances and
as his directorship of the Lake View
alone brought him in-2,000 a year we
may assume that some pressure was
brought to bear. We have not yet
seen it announced that Mr. Macleay
has resigned his directorships of tlie
Le Roi No. 2. Rossland tlreat Western
and Kootenay Mines on the boards of
which be holds the position of chairman. Mr. A. li. Dealtry who may
be regarded as merely a nominee of
Mr. Whitaker Wright has resigned his
seat on the board of the Ivanhoe but
has not yet seen fit to resign liis directorships of tlio Lo Roi No. 2, Rossland Kootenay and Caledonia Copper
Coinpaies which if is but, tilting be
shuuld vacate without further delay.
A strong effort is being made lo bring
about the resignation of Mr.Whitaker
Wright from tlie board of the Le Roi
Co. and for this purpose a requisition
from a number of shareholders -.slicing
made to the hoattl to call nn extraordinary general meeting to bring
about his retirement. As a counterblast to this tlie secretary has sent mil
a notice to the shareholders -which we
publish elsewhere relative to the forthcoming ordinary uiu'ting Imping hy
tnis in,-;,ii.-. to m&ke bu shareholders
believe that tho proposed meeting is
unnecessary. This we would point.
out is not tho case as at the ordinary
general meeting unless it happens to
be the turn of Mr. Whitakei Wright
to come up for io-eleet.lon it will not
be possible for the shareholders to
displace him from the hoard, therefore in their own interests shareholders should second the efforts of those
calling for the special inett.lng. "
Tbe resignation of Mr. Wright and
the removal of his lntinence and that
of his friends from the Affairs of the
four groups of Rossland mines nnd of
thc smelter at Northport means that
another combination will oonduet tho
affairs of those companies; it means
that thu new management will have
a policy of its own and it is more
than probable that it will bo directly
in opposistion to the one   pursued   by
A carload of this Famous Beer has just been  received  and
wc are selling it to the Family Trade at
$2*50 per Dozen for Quarts.
$1.50 per Dozen for Pints.
Delivered to Any  Part of the City.
Special and very favorable terms to the Trade.
Come and See Our
New Arrival of
Beautiful Framed
Art Productions.
Hudson's Bay Company.
Wright and his codjutors and hence
it is very probable that it will result
ln a change in the management of tho
mines at Rossland of the smelter at
Northport and in the cessation of the
strike at the minus and the smelter.
The ending of tbe strike is a consummation most devoutly to be wished by
thu residents of Rossland as well as by
all the people of the h'ooetnays aud it
is hoped that the new people in
control will reach an agrceme nt with
the strikers that will bo a sound and
enduring one to the end that there
may be no more labor troubles in the
Rossland cainp t" retard the prosperity and development of the mining
Once the labor troubles are over
with the Le Roi and its allied prop-
eities it is very probable that the
differences which exist between the
War Eagle and tho Centre Star and its
ex-employees could ho adjusted in a
manner satisfactory to tbe disagreeing
Although Whitaker Wright has been
defeated by those with whom be has
been contending against on the stock
maiket for a long time, still it must
not bo lost sight of that he did a great
deal for tbe Rossland camp,and tbat it
was he and his friends wbo formed
the British America!'. Corporation at
the instance of lion. C. H. Mackintosh. As a result of this the company
so formed spent in the acquisition of
mining properties in the Rossland
camp ttnd the smelter at Northport in
tho neighborhood of $5,000,000. Besides this large sums wore put out
in dovclopment work and tbe installation of plants, which amounted to
at least half tbe sum used in the
acquisition of the properties. Under
the Wright regime the mines have
been scientifically developed and equipped, are now in tirst class condition
and ready to produce largo quantities
of oro. The mines intrinsically aro
worth at least threo times ns much as
when tbey passed into the hands of
the British American Corporation.
Tne fact tbat Mr. Wright has gotten
himself into Queer Street is not duo to
any lack of merit of the mines, but
rather to tho reverses which bo
met on tho stock exchange and in his
reckless stock manipulations, Though
Mr. Wright was a skillful master of
fence lie met those in the stock arena
who were too adroit for him and thoy
succeeded in defeating him on more
than one occasion. Tho last dofeat was
a veritable Waterloo. The forthcoming
new management of the Le Hoi and
the other mines of the same group
will find them in splendid condition
and if they arc conducted along legitimate lii.es and in tho interest of tho
StOokholderB, they are certain to yield
good dividends. This is not saying
that this has not beeu the case with
the local management of the mines
under consideration up to date, as it
has been of the best possible character. 11 has taken considerable time
to placo them iii thu present condition but. the work has been along
scientific lines by men who understand
their business. The main injury that
has been inflicted on the mines and on
the reputation of mining in British
Colombia lias been through tho devious
stock manipulation in the London
market through which the public has
lost a great deal ot money and by
which the" have lost confidence in
this province as a desirable one for Investment. Wlien the affairs of the
several companies are placed on a
profitable basis and they begin to
yield dividends it. will materially aid
in restoring the temporary loss of non-
fldencc and British Columbia will then
stand in a better light in London than
is the case at present.
The fact that tho iion deposits near
Kitchener are to be developed, and
if fonud cjual   in   quantity   to  what
they are in quality, iron and steel
works are to be erected and maintained is attracting considerable attention.
The Victoria Colonist in a recent
notice of the projeot says: "It is said
that an extensive iron plant is to be
established at Kitchener, in this
province, where a Bne deposit of
hematite iron, running as high as 70
per cent , is being opened up. Mr.
W. M. Klakemore, representing Montreal capital, Is at the head of the
venture, and it ia alleged that operations will be carried on very extensively. Kootenav is to be congratulated upon this new source of
The Cranbrook Ileiald has  the   following to say of tbe projeot:
"Kitchener   is a   name to  oonjure
with.     The transfer of tbe iron property in that district   from C.   P.   Hill
and others to a  strong Montreal   syndicate last   week,   and   the   progress
made in satisfactory   development  of
copper and galena properties has mar
ked Kitchener and   surrounding territory as a section that may revolution
ize the industrial conditions   in Brit
ish Columbia, and   become   a  potent
faetor in the iron and   steel   trade  of
the   world.    When nature placed such
a magnificent coking coal   at  Fernie,
it would surely be a practical demon-
station of the fitness of things if there
should  be developed   at    Kitchenei
only 100 miles away,   one of the rich
est   and   best   iron deposits    on   the
The investigations of the royal com
mission appointed to look into the
question of Chinese and Japanese im
migration in British Columbia has
brought out some interesting facts
concerning these people and reveals
how much of a figure they cut in the
labor field. At Nanaimo and Comox
a nnmber of Chinese are employed in
the coal mines. At Comox the Orientals are in excess of the whites em
ployed in tho mining of coal. Ten
marlifneturing concerns, including
sawmills atChemainus.b rick yards at
Victoria and the Wellington coal
mines, near Nanaimo, employ sicii
white men, 8U0 Chinese and 437
Japanese. Of the 900 whites about
000 are skilled workmen, leaving only
OU white unsiiilled laborers, as com
pared with 1,306 Orientals. There
are 40 salmon canneries which employ
on an average :liio men each year, or a
total of 8,000.
Each cannery has an average of 10
whites, who are chiefly skilled work
men, or 400 in all, making 7,000
Oiientals against 400 whites. Then-
are about s, uud fishermen engaged in
catching lish during tbe season of
which 4,000 aie Japanese. The evidence went tu show that out of a probable population of 14,000 Chinese and
���1,(1011 Japanese only about 300 ure
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran
of Winchester, Ind., writes: "My
wife was sick a long time in spite of
good doctor's treatment, but was
wholly cured by Dr. King's New Life
Fills, whioh worked wonders for her
health," They alwayB do. Try them.
Only them. Only Mc at Canada Drug
Sc Hook Co.
The   most   miserable   beings in tbo
world are those   suffering   from  Dye
pepsia   and   Liver   Complaint.    Moi
than seventy-five per cent, of the people in the United   States are  afflicted
with   these   two   diseases   and   their
effects;   such   ns   Sour Stomach, Sick
Headache,  Habitual   Custiveness, Palpitation   of   the   Heart,   Heart-burn.
Waterbrash,    Gnawing   and    Burning
Cains at the 1'it of the   Stomach, Vol
low Skin,   Coatud   Tongue   aud   Dis
agreeable Toste in the  Mouth Coming
up of Food after Kitting, Low Spirits,
etc.    Ho to   your Druggist   and   get a
bottle of August Flower for 75   cents.
Two  doses will relieve you.    Try   it.
(Jet Green's Prize Almanac.
Call Early.  They are
Selling Fast.
} D. McArthur 8 Co. I
�� J. G. NELSON, Manager.
|       Furniture Dealers, |
if       Undertakers and Embalmers.      ��
9    Oak Center Tables,
Oak Leather Seated Fancy  Rockers
Him Folding Tables
Cane Verandah Chairs
" "       Rockers
Worth $3.50 for
" $5.00 for
" $6.00 for
" $4.50 for
". $5.00 for
" $6.00 for
" $fi.oo for
I' $(i 50 for
To make room for our Fall stock of Carpets and Hugs will
Cost.    To clear,   H.-iliy Carriages and Go Carts,  less than cost.
4* 5��
4 *��5
go nt
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
Reynolds' Livery   Stable
Will Be Sold Cheap
Three years lease on  ground
property   at  $10.00
per month.
Apply to
e. 8. ci
Ealccr Street.
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
Rates to all railway and
lake points.
General Agent,
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors west
C.P.R. offices.
West Transfer Co,
Goal mWood
Best  Fir and  Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
office on Bakur Streot
Tel. 33
and try a boUlo, a dozen, or it barrol ot
CALGARY BEER ���<���.-. it in tlio hum uml
cheapuM-. on thu ni.u'kt.l-. Alno try our
Tele phono 03 wu>��>r.Sl., NoIhou
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Shortest nml qulokoat voutn to tlio otlflt ami all
points on I ho O. It. fl_. N. ami NnrUinrn l'acilic Hallways in Wii .hhiKUm, .>ru;;on ami
Sou thorn fc-UU'B.
Time Card Effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ky.
8:30 a. mi. Lv. 'Kaslo Ar. 4 tOO p. m.
10:55 p.m. Ar. H.it.tlon Lv, 1:1-': p. in.
Iut Nav- & Trading Co.
5:20 p.m. Lv. Nelson        Ar. 11:00a. m,
0:10 p. ill. Ar. Kaslo Lv. 7:00 n. in,
Connecting at Five Mile Point with Nolson
& Fort Mheppard   Railway   both to and  from
Rowland, etc.	
Stoanior from Nolson leaves K. 11, & N.
wharf, Kaslo, B. ('., Ht. fm-jbardo on Mondays),
Wednesdays and Fridays at 0:30 p. m. reuii.i-
inir the Bame ovening.
Tickets wold to all parts In United Slut 0- and
Canada via Ureal Northern and O. JL ___. N.
Co.'n linos,
Ocean steamship tickets *"nl mica via all
lines will he furnished on application.
For further particulars call on or address
Mftimo'ur. KaHlo.B, C
G. K Tackathjky AgenL Nelson, B, 0.
If there is anything you require, ask
for   it   iu   ib*  uu__um.~. of Xlie Miner. -
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
Fisn <_nd Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager,
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by mill receive careful and prompt attention
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
oh<s> ******** *_-^*-e
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Throe Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
orders by mail so .1. w branch will have careful a*4 oramot attention.
Our stock is now complete in the above lines.    Call and bo
convinced that the most complete stock
is carried  by the
J. 0. BUNYAN ~ 60.
We have the Largest and  Finest
Assortment in the city.
_-__.��ii^.~��iiS_.iS_.j~i_~- s��_-..^-.~*.-^i_Ai--f_._~-_.i_~i it.t^t^^_^
��� ��"
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up  Capital,   88,000,000j   Roserve   Fund,   42,000,000;
Aggregate Resources Over 805,000,000.
IION. Gl-O. A. VOX, l.-siileiit.       B. H. WALKER, Uoneral Maunder.
London Office: 6|�� Lombard Street, H. C.
New York Office; 16 Bxchange Place.
And 68 branohoa in Canada and the United SU.tos, including;
Atlin GRRBMWonn Nkt.ko.v Sandon
-KANimootc        Kamloops Nkw Whrtminhtkh   Vanoouvkr
. kunik Nanaimo Uohslanu Victoria
YUKON DISTRIOT���Dawson and White Horsk,
UNI'l'Kl) BTATKS��� Nkw Yokk, San Francisco, Skattlb, PORTLAND, Skaowav,
Savings Bank Department.
Ilcinmii.s Received and Interest, Allowed.   Present Kate 3 Per Cent
Nelson Branch.
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager* |
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,   ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to a. I.. LJi-NI.US, Bak%. tit
' Brewers of Fine linger
Beer and Porter.
__��)HI11-    j .  O. Nblson   Daily  Miner, Sunday August 25, 1901
(John Burtt Morgan.)
It has become of late quite popular
in some quarters to belittle the value
of right ideas and correct thinking in
eonnection with the fundamentals of
religion. Wilh an air of oroadmind-
citness men tell us tbat it matters but
little what a man believes so long as
his heart is in the right place, atd he
is seekin? to do the best he can. But
oan a man's beait be in the right
place and can he do his best while bisi
fu ith is at variance with fact? And
why should his religious nature be
thought to he under laws so different
from those which govern his other activities'.' Accurate knowledge and
ooneot peasunlng are overywheie the
reoognized conditions of success. Why
then should the righteousdiaoharge of
his highest duties be put upon another
If mere is a general and necessary
relationship between thought and
notion, between belief and behavior
I etweeii conviction and character, or
in Borlptute parlance if as a man
"t.hinketli in his heart so is he," how
important is it that bis highest
thought should bo of the putest and
truest type. And what are the highest thoughts of which he is cBpable'.'
Admittedly those which lead him to a
contemplation of the supreme Intelligence, tlio Creator, Sustainer and
Director of all things, whom in the
absence of a better name we designate
in simple Anglo-Saxon, God. It must
therefore be apparent to all that no
man can sustain right relations to the
moral government of the universe
without a correot conception of Him
who governs. Thus we understand
why Hod has made all Ilis works the
medium of His Belf-revelation to mankind, and why in order to reach and
save the race it was necessary to
patiently unfold Himself by piogres-
sive revelations until men were prepared to receive his fullest self-manifestation in Jesus of Nazareth. This
explains our Lord's words addressed
to the Father, "This is life eternal
that they might know Thee the only
true God antl Jesus Christ whom Thou
hast sent." In short the Highest good
possible is fellowship with the
thought and purpose of the Father of
all, aud this fellowship is only possible in its fullness and richness to
him who riffhtly apprehends God.
How earnest, therefore, should be
our effort to attain to that which
must ever be at the basis of all sound
thought aud lighteuus action, viz.���a
correct conception of Deity!
(To be Continued.)
The newest and best summer drink-
Where Soot Causes Fire Fines Will
At the police court yesterday morning before Police Magistrate Crease,
Hip Chong, a Chinaman whose place
of business is on Victoria street, oppo
site the city hall, was brought up
charged with a breach of the fire bylaw in having had tho chimney of his
wash house in such a sooty condition
that early Wednesday morning it
took fire and burned out. Through u
technical ejror in the drawing up of
the charge, pointed out by the counsel
for the defeudeut, A. M. Johnson, the
nase was dismissed. Heieafter the fire
by-law will b e strictly enforced, and
in case of ohimney fires where tlie
brigade in called_ out, a fine of $-'5
will bo indicted and when the brigade
is not oalled out ,10. The only cause
for these fires, which at any time
might spread and cause great destruction of property and even life, is carelessness. There are regular chimney
sweeps in town and it is considered
by the police and fire department that
a dollars' worth of prevention in this
ease may he worth more than a thousand dullais ol cure.
Hygienic     j
Recommended for its benl'hful   qualities.    Sold by all  groctrs.
35 Cent Tin 12 Ounces*
See our new Silk Shirt Waists, full
assortment of shades, and at prices to
suit  you.
Can lie hnd from any Wholesale Oro'
cers in liritisli Columbia,
and    will   lie   welOOUTed     should     it
Made by Thorpe & Co.���Ironbrew.
A Man Who Wants the City Wharf
A prominent Nelson business man
suggested to The Miner yesterday that
when it, is finally decided lo put the
city wharf in proper shape, that instead of repairing the present decrepit
structuie it would be cheaper and immensely more satisfactory to put in a
new whar' entirely, locating it nt the
foot of Ward street, and making eonnection between the street and the
wharf by a bridge over the tracks.
By this all the dangers of the present
level ciossing of the line at the foot
of Hall street would be done away
with; the wharf would be nearer the
centre of town, and a better grade
possible. He also said that deep
water could be got at a shorter distance from tho shore as tlie bottom
instead of gradually sloping down, as
at Hall stieet took a sudden drop from
the Hat. When tbe present wharf
wus built in lH'.l-l the Ward street site
was considered the best except for the
difliculty of connecting with Vernon
No   harmful   ingredients   in���Ironbrew.
The following scores were made at
the 800, ilOO and 1,000 yards ranges
yesterday. There were quite a few
members out who were unable to
shoot over the ranges owing to the
vory bad light for had tbey commenced the following could not have completed their scores. As it was two
failed to finish :
800     900    100(1    Tot'l
Lieut, llrowne... ,29
A. Orant 31
A. Carrie 31
H. A. Langford...20
S. P. Shaw 30
Hut her beauty was completely hid-
don by sires, blotches nnd pimples
till she used Buck ten's Arnica Salve.
Then they vanished as, well all Eruptions, Fever, Sores, Boil, Ulcers,
Carbuncles and Felons from its use.
Infallible for Cute, Corns, Burns,
Scalds'and Piles, due guaranteed.
2!ic at Canada Drug Sc Book Co.
A delightful tonic���Ironbrew.
"Under tho daslight" Acceptably
Olvnn By Sutttz Co'.
The Stuttz Company concluded its
engagement last evening and the
grand farewell play was '-Under the
Caslight." one of the old melodramas of the Bowery type, full of
virtue and villiany, thrilling incidents, and surprising climaxeB, one of
which was the rescue , of one of the
ihnracters from the advancing wheels
of an express train. In the end virtue triumphs and the machinations of
villiany are defeated. The play was
well staged and most of the company
iiuppily cast and the result was a performance which pleased the audience.
Between the first and second acts Mr.
01ml rendered "A Heart Bowed
Down," in an artistic manner and
was so vociferously applauded lhat he
was compelled to respond with an-
otheijsong. At the matinee "East
Lynne" wae tho attraction. The
company made a favorable impression
If you don't like Blue Ribbon Tea it's
because you never tasted it.
Have you tried���Ironbrew.
obtained in all countries
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N, A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Write for full particulars.
Buff-rod Bit-tOO His Birth nnd Found Help Only
Through Ularko's Kolu Compound,   Now
Freo Krom Asthma.
Mr. Robert B. Taylor, New Wost minuter. B.
C, writoB: "I have boon a constant Batterer
from bronchial asthma since my birth, 'li yearn
Ago.   I have tried overy remedy over heard of
For this trouble and spent hundreds of dollars
with doctors, but to no purpose.  Clarke's Kola
Compound Utile only remedy that ever gave
mo any permanent, relief.   I have  also gained
muoh in weight slnco being cured,   t can honestly recommend it to any unfortunnio sufferer
from asthma."   All druggist* well Clarke's Kola
Compouud, or write the un tilths and Maephcr-
B0I. Co., Limited. Toronto.
For sale by J. H. Vunstono. Nelson, B. C.
Patenaude Bros.
I        & CO.
I       MADDEN    BLOCK       1
\  Cigars��� *
i   Tobacco
X Phone 117 X
For Rainbow Trout
T. G. Procter's houseboat is now for
rent by the tiny or week. Special rates
for family pm-ties. First-olnss cook
and attendant in oharge. Bates $2.50.
per day. Parties can get olf boats
either going or returning from Nelson.
The boat for the next two weeks will
be stationed below the Brickyard,
nearly opposite Procter.
Pirstclass ftshing.swimmingand boating. Apply to T. G. Procter, Baker
street, for further information.
Mines Examined and Reported On.
Mining Engineer-
Boom 4. K.-W. O. Block,
Nelson, B, C.
W. H. BROWN & CO.,   .    NELSON
Construction fork
Certificates ol Improvements
Armstrong, Treasure Box, Erie, Blaok
Night, Bank, X-10-U-8, Myee, .Pinnacle
and Sherman Mineral Claims, situate in
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where looated���About one mile west
of Erie. B. C.
TAKE NOTICK that I,.I. D. Anderson, P. L.S., of Trail, B.C. agent for the
Transvaal Zambesi Company, Limited,
free miner's certificate No. B5il)I7. intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Bi-order for certificates of improvements for tbe purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the
above claims"
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such certificates
of improvements
Dated this 2lBt day of A.iguit, A.D,
1001. J. D. ANDEKSON.
Wind or mere Mines.  Correspondence Solicited
Will pay the highest oash prioe for all
kinds of seoond hand goods. Will bay
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oarpert*.
-ooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall art! see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 300. H__0
8<"*<-Bt. Nfiloon. F  O-
F. O. GREEN        V. S. CLEMENT?
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
P. O. Box 145 .Nelson, B.C.
East Kootenay's 1st Annual
Mineral, Agricultural
and Industrial Exhibition
Three Days  of  instruction.   Interest
and Enjoyment.
" Miner*1 Exhibit, Bucking Contests,
Agricultural Exhibit, Horse Baces. The
best program ever seen in the country,
See posters and circulars for further
particulars. Specially low return rail-
rates from all points.
A. W. M'VITTIE, Secretary.
N. E. T. CO.
He   sine end get t'ne genuine   BENNETT'S LiUTTA PERCH A FUSE, not
something ihat look*,   like   it,    Lawrence Hardware Co., Agents.
Is    lame    or    interferes
bring  him   lo  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop,  Jo
sephine Street
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Montreal
Allan Lino Tunisian  Auk- ;iu
Allan   Lino Nuiniiliun .Sept.   7
Beavor Lino Lako t_ti_.por.or Auk* :i"
Bouvr-r Lino Litko tiiiucoo  .Kept.  U
Frui.uo-.'f.niiiliiin Lino (ini'ili Ciii-.il.> .    Ann.."'
Fraiiuo-Cumnliiin Lino  Was an     Bo[X, 17
Prom Portland, Mo.
Dominion Lino Vancouver  Sopt.  7
Dominion Linu  Dominion .    yopt. 1.
From New Vork
White Star Line Teuton! 3....,  Ang. 28
Whito auir Line Gerinaniu   Sopt,  i
....Aug 31
....Sep!. :.
...Aug. 28
...Bop-. !
..Aug. 20
...Sopt. 6
...Wept. HI
...BO[it. 7
...Kepi.   6
(.-ii mt nl Lino Kt rut-la.
Cunard Lino   tier, in	
American Lino bt. Paul	
Aniurican Line  St. Louis	
French Lino L'Aquitulno	
French Lino La Champagne 	
N. G, L. Kai orin Maria ThotoeiA..
Anchor Lino Uily of Homo	
Hamburg American Deutaohland.
Adverti-iemonta in��ortwi under tui* houd ai
the rate of ono coiit a word per in.oriion. No
advertisement uikon for Ion than 2_f com*..
Situation Warned advertisements Inserted
three times frot; of oharge*
FOU SAJJE.���Corner Hall ami Observatory si reels, three lot:, and
Bungalow, erected loss than a year
ago, House hus drawing room, dining room, null, two hoick fire places,
timet, bedrooms, a large bathroom,
kitchen, cellar, outbouse, wide verandah t wo sides of bouse, watei.
sewer ami electric liylit, very complete, view unexcelled, very comfortable home for small family, Xo be
sold with or without furniture at
once. Own ei leaving Nelson, Apply
on premises or to Messrs. II. & 1\\
Bird, linker a tree i.
Are you in   warn.'    If
tbe people, through  The
column, what   you are   i
Vou'll set it
you are, t.ll
.Miner want
��   want,   uC.
For further particulars apply to
City Paasengor jakohL, Nelson, 13. C.
Genoral S.9.  .*/.n�� C.P.R. OIH <m, Winn I o*g
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'v.
Nelson  <Sl Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
Spokane Interstate
Spokane and Return $9.50
Sept. 9 to 20, Inclusive
Buffalo and Return
Good for sixty days, first
and third Tuesday, August,
September and October.
Through passenger trains between Spokane and Nelson. Bullet
service between Spokane and
Northport. _
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
U-.U0 a.m Spokane 7 :35 p.m
1. :25 p.m Kossland 4:10 p.m
10:10 a.m Nelson 0.03 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, Q. P. & T.A.
Spokane  AVa*r,
Aeent. Nelson, B.C
By kind permission of Capt.
if fine.
Band Car and extra leave
Stanley street corner at 7:40
p. m.
BOOM*. TO RENT.���K. W. C. Blook-
Two room- an suite, ou Ward st.,
also rooms facing the west. On September 1, two single rooms ami two
or three en suite facing Haker Bt,
Furnished or unfurnished. Mrs. If,
,J. Squire, Room 11, K.    VV. C. Blouk.
TO BENT.���Rooms and otHce in   Clement,  Hillyer blook.   Apply to  the
Nelsou Klectrie Tramway offices,
ROOM and board in   private   family.
Apply on Siliea  street, second   door
west of Ward.
ROOM  for   rent at   Mrs.   McBeatll's,
Siliea street.
NELSON Employment Agency. Baker
street.    Phone 21H.    3. fl. Love.
WANTED.���Two cooks.     Two  Dishwashers.    Woman Cook.      Men   lor
tiltying,    TiemakiTM.    Laborers,  lldil-
road   men   for   Lardo.     Janitor  for
Contracts taken   for   Diamond   Core
NI_L_.O.N, b. C.
-_..   .\. -\1. ( uuniliih, Lti__otf���Kvttry known
variety of nua druiks,   t>Uuox8_, Toluulion
(<u. 81. Hoover Btroot, NoIboo.   Muiilm_uf ihe
liUitaiiH -i. Leou Hol-prl-u-: Mineral Wntar
C1A.NI-; ��t MAODONALD Hi, Cano, Jiiinu
' A. Macdonildl���Arclutocui and mipuriu
umdonts, BroKeu Hill liiueii, oorner i>uk���i uml
~ ard ritreoui, ~cl.-uu
HJ. EVANS & CO.-Bakur su-eut, Noi
���   f-un���\\ hulL-aie doalmt) in li'iuui,, ol-
��'.'������, cement, arc unek and lire ciuy, water
utile ami  ctuel   rail.,, uml   iv'uelul eunilliipnuili
X��KA~lv.M.~\-k~K  .Mil.I,l\o   vi,.. LT���..
0    ~ Uoledttle a���d  rotall  ueulori,  in K'alli,
nu}, Hum-, food. .Uillh at Victoria, New tvm
minuter; Edmonton, Alta. Eiovatorn on oui-
gary uml tulmouton Hallway. Manufacturers
of tne oelonrated it. &. ti.. brand ooruuls.'
A.VLAOD'JN'AL,-! �� Oc���Corner Eron
��� uml Hull su-nets-Wholesale grocer
una jobbers in blanket*, ,,-Uivl , i.ittt-, boot-
l-aubur . mookinaWH una tumors' suaurieu.
liKLl' FDRNISHED  FREE���Inquire,
write, telephone or telegraph Western     Canadian   Employment     Olliee,
Phone 270.    II. A. I'roHser.
Storage���I have a large warehouse
for storing household or other
LOST.���Hy   a   messenger boy,   letter
addressed to Dolly Lewis, 380  Lake
ht,; fl-tider will be rewarded by returning to Messenger 0if.ee.
lici-i-   Milling 4.dI��i   Proper-tei���We arc
a.ixli.ii.. to secure u t'c .. I'rcr milling :;nl.!
proper-leg ut ouce*  The  pronpttctor's  Bx��
t.huii._4\   N.'l-i.:i.    St.    t ,    Gloom   I,   It.-W.-t'.
GOLD -t.ll.Vi_.tt <orr_r_Kij:*i.   Mi hor   rh.I
prospeets wiuilcit.   McihI repitrl ami sam-
plefl to the rrospi'i-ior'H Gxuluinge. Nelitou*
i; ..   Koom i K.*\x,-Vo block*
M. muoiH seoond Wednesday in
month.   Visiiin�� brethern weloome
1. O, O. F. Kootonay Lodge
�� No. 10, meets every Monday night.
it their Mall, Kootonay wlroet
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invitod.
John a, BloRae. N.G. J>. W. Huthorford, V.G
Fred J. Squire, Per. Sue.
0Afi8.-M*.ALS a la 0AKTE.
Close eonnection East and West-
hound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Palis and Northern Railway,
and at Bonner's Ferry witn Kootenay
Railway & Navigation Oo.
Direct connection at Su Paul without change of depot with all tralps For
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Lewes Spokane daily for .East at'9:lb am
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:15 a-m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 8:00 pm.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria ami Vancouver,
Portland, Han i'rancisco, and all point u
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect, at Dulittli with
themagniflcentsteamships North-West
and North-Land of theNoithern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further information"1, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Ry��� Kaslo & Slocau
Ry, Kootei ai Railway Ac Navigation
Or , or to
H. A. JACKSON. Ccim'l Agent,
Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
Nelson. I. <
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter No. 123, U. li. C
Meete third Wednettday, dajournlug oompan
ioiin Invited. UeoiHe Johnsboae, t\. K. \V
Matthews, S, K.
NKLSON LOUUK   No.ii, K.of
, OddtulloiVhi blork
day evoniiiK of celt
"liitoiilli at �� o clock.
'All visititi- kni��lilH cordially  invito
Wm, Irvine, CC.
A. T, Park, K. of it. ana s.
��.-_=_. .yticelH in K. ol 1'. hull,
[a SMprBtand thlreTuosdaj
|_��  IilJHNs tc Co.���Baker stroet, Nclsoo-
A.   .    Wholesalo Uualertt Hi
iii  Ircsit uti-i cured
litems.   Cold -loniKL-.
Baker streel, Nolsou���Wholesale ilea
era in frc~t and cured meats,
11ABI) WA ��___ _. MINING   SUWLl lib
Street, Nelson - Wholes.tie tt.'iilius it,
hardware, miners' supplies, .sporiiiin kooiIh
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Van
oouver HardwaroCo, Ltd.) Bakor dtruot,
Nelson���Wholesale dealers in hardware and
initiiti_ supplies, plumbers' and tinsmiths' sup
"VI KLSON liAltii-auk CO.���Wholesale
X^i paints, oils and ku'Sn; moohonlos' Uiois
ARftnts lot Ontario Powder Works; ifnoinlto
JL   and Josephine til
_c Co.���Corner Vernon
sale dunlins in liquors, olgars, anil (try yooils.
Agents for l'ahst Brewlna Co. ol .Milwaukee
and Ual_ary Brewhiu Co ot Calgary.
UDSON'S BAY Oo.-Whole_iale groceries
mid liquors o(c��� linker Htreet, Nelson.
xN uillcr.i oorner Hall aud BYont Btreeta
Nel..on���Lumber, oeUlngi &ooiiug( und every
tbiug in wood lot' building purposes. Uot oui
priu-i-i.   (JuiTt!.-poricitjiiu<; soliciLud.
rp GALLON *-, CO.���Dealera in ore nacku
JL ��� und uvint.~. Atwaya a largo Bloek on
hand. Telophode__9_~, Hoom W.K.-W.-0 Block
Nelsou Knca pment No. 7. Meets every 2nd
unci lili Friday ot each mom h, in Odd KcIIuwh
Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay streots.
Nelson. A. II. Clements, C. P.; l). MoArthtu
h. ti.  Visiting brothern always welnnm��i
NKLSON h. O. L. No. 1692 meets in Km-
ternity Hall on flrsl and third Kriduy evenings
of eaou month ,_l 81'clock. VIsll Ing member
oordlally   invitod.    w. W. Bradley, W. K.
A, Mii.ty. It. S.	
NELSON AKH1K No. __VJ, F. 0. K., nioot^
every Beeond and fourth \v ednesdaya of eaob
m onth.   Visiting   members  cordiully    lnvit
OharlBfl .Prosser, flrtnretaty.
Kootenay Tenl No. 7. K.o. T. M��� hold thoir
regularmeetUigsin Kratornlty Hall, t.O.U. IT.
blooktOnthe 1st and Brd Thursdays of eaoh
u.onili. Visiting brolhren conlially Invited to
attond. O.A.Brown, k. K.; a. P. Purdy,Com.
h. J.Btool, i*. a. c.
UOLKT KOOTKNAY,   I.  O.   F.. No.   31%.
Mootlngs "ii ThursdayoC month.  Fraternal
hull. .1 A Irving t' K.   P. ^Fleming. U.ri
Nelson Qourt Star ot   Kootenny, a. O. F.
Meots Sua nnd   lib   NVednesdays In every
monlh.  Visiting brotbren welcome, \V. Mao-
Mulan. OJH,   Etoburl MoLood.tioc,
sons OF ENGLAND, moots
1st and 3rd Wednosdayoveniogi of
oaoh month  at Fiatomlty bail,
corner of   Hukor   and   Koolonay
streots,  ViMiting brethern oordh
iuii) Invited.
Kdwaui) Mai.i.koh. SoorolJiry.
J. 0. GWILLIM, B*.  Sc*,
Late of Geological  Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Street
Nelson. B. C.
H. & M. BIRD
'Mr.   Ben Hodpe's residence on Mill
street with four lols; iivo rooms down
stairs, three bedrooms und large
bathroom upataira. furnace jnst put
iu���A well built anfl comfortable
hoiui'.   Terms of payment   easy.
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
���.69 nelson 1. c
Hoc also list of botlg-B and lots for
bale ami reilldBDtiOB for rout at door of
<mr otliceN next to MoAillnir'H on 13a-
Uer htn-i't.
About   that second hand   irtlclv ol
yours.    You'll sell it if you'll   ndver
lib. it .in The Uiuut- waut co' imu
To All Eastern Points via
Lake Route, All-Rail or Soo
Line, via St. Paul or Chi-'
Pan-American Expsition
BUFFALO. $76.00.
Sixty    Days'    Limit.
Good going August 6th, 20.
Through Sleeping Cars Kootenay Ltlg. to Toronto, Arrowhead to Vancouver.
For pamphlets descriptive of Can*
mli.-in Pacific tours and fot'TimeTab b,
ltateh, Xlokfltt, apply
II. L. Brown,
Citj' Passenger Agent
Dis. 1'ass. Agt.
E. .1. Ci'Yl.K
A. G. I'. A.
��� SW*"-w NiLBOW DAiLV Mil.Mfe,  ~.K__--V,  .\t)i.USt  ij    .(.di
Tliis cut il-
1 ust r ii t e n
the simple
way wil lob
this popular
pen in filled
with ink ;
no unscrew*
ing of the
pen seel iitn.
nn Inky Etngoi'H. and always an even.
regular flow ot ink. Made in all
grades of points- fine, raodiuno.broad,
coarse, Absolutely yuarauteed. S*i u>
95. Money back if not satisfied.
Ht rangers are welcome tu look through
our store, ''*���.����� your weloome i.. uot
dependent on a purchase,
Pianos to Kent at 87 per month.
_, Friday evening two young mon tvent
down to tlie water front and While
there made tlicir way out on the logs
near tlie Nolson Saw ami Planing
mills. One of tbem slipped between
thu logs ami bad a narrow escape
from being drowned before bis com*
panion was able to help]bim out.
Ibis morning at Emmanuel oburcb,
Uev, Wm. Munroe will preach on
"Dangers from Within." Tonight
tbe service will be a musioal one ilur- |
ing which the following numbers will
be rendered, anthem, "Let tbe King
of Olory In" ; boIo, solootcd, Miss Ida
Hanson; anthem "Groat is the lord;"
duet, "Saviour Hrcatbo an Evening
Blessing," by Miss Ewart and Mr.
lino. Brown; solo, "Guard While 1
Sleep," by Mr, W. .1. Caldwell. A
cordial luvltutlon is oxtended to
l| New Silk Shirt Waists in blank,
blue, sky, pluk, and garnet, Sizes
from :i- to 4::, newest styles, and ul
the very low price of |li.0(),
���^^A**A������y>.VVVV*_V>-'W>*AAA ���
The fire brigade were called out for
a practice run yesterday at 1 p. in. to
Thorpe's Soda Water faoftory.
A. 1'. Knudsen will be at home at
the resldence,of I''. W. Fettlt, soutli
Kootenay street, this evening at 7.30,
to meet all who are interested in
The lake its now warmer for bathing
and swimming than it lias been for
several years anil largo numbers are
taking advantage of this olrcumstance
to enjoy a refreshing swim.
Tbe addition to the Nelson jail at
tho north side has now been nearly
completed, only a little more painting
being required before it is ready to be
used as a commodious workshop.
There was no band concert given on
Bauer stieet last evening, except that
of the Salvation Army, as the U. M.
li. band have linished the series of six
conceits that were arranged for.
Everybody interested in Bible study
is cordially invited to the pastor's
liible class in the Baptist church
this afternoon from 3.46 to 4,80
o'clock. There will bo public worship morning and evening.
A neat card has beon brought out
by the Nelson Hardware Co. containing the names of all the various
species of feathered and furred game
to lie found iu tbo Province, together
with the open and closed seasons for
huntingtbem. Copies may be obtained
at the store for tbe asking.
Yesterday morning four men left
town with the avowed intention of
shooting grouse, although the open
season is yet a week off. Before any
grouse were found one of tbe party
took a tumble over a rocky blub" and
was severely shaken up having to be
carried back to town.
Tho Chinese missionary appointed
by the Presbyterian board of Missions,
Ng Chong, who has beon over in
Kossland looking after tho spiritual
needs of the Chinese there, came back
to Nelson on Friday. He lias not yet
been successful in obtaining a suitable meeting place to talk tu the
Chinamen in this city.
Nelson lawns and llowcr gardens
never showed up to better advantage
than tney do at the present time. The
long continued spell of hot weather has
made the foliage of the mountains
appear faded but the care bestowed on
00 pei cent of the garden in the city
has converted many of them into veritable bowers of beauty.
I ..YOU.. !
I      EXPERT      I
X In Food Selection When you *
X Eat X
1 The Most Perfectly Made Food I
x for Human  Use. X
A novel way of opening a package of
food is shown on the Grape-Nuts pack*
age, where a line indicates that a slit
should be made with a knife, and the
package squeezed, which makes it (*ap
enough to pour out what, is needed for
a meal, then the package automatically closes,   preserving  the  contents
from the moisture uf the   air.
As a role, Grape-Nuts packages are
not kept on band very long in any
family, bnt it is well to know now to
keep the contents of the package in
prime condition. drape-Nuts Food
ts reaily cooked, very crisp, and can
be served Immediately with a little
good cream or milk. This feature is
is of great advantage to those who
appreciate ease and convenience in pie-
pariug breakfast.
T. 10. I.aveii of Bonnington Palls,
is at the Hume.
D. Wilson, school Inspeotor from
Victoria, is at the l'hair.
Vi. 3. Cavanaiigb, of the Slocan
Star, at Sandon, is at the Hume.
Charles ES Highe, a mining engineer of Vancouver, is at tlie l'hair.
.1. K. Nagel. travelling agent of the
0. li.    N., Is registered   at the Hume.
Mrs. B J. Hamilton is expected to
arrive tonight on the Crow's Nest boat,
after a pleasant visit to the east.
A. 11. Qraoey, manager of the Imperial Development Syndicate returned to she city from the Kast last
L. Murks, vice presidont of the
Hamilton Powder company, and H.
J. Scott, general manager of tbe same
company, are al the Phair.
George B. Llodge, manager of the
Nelson and Vernon Telephone Company, returned yesterday from a
week's tour through the Boundary
conntry, during which he visited Cascade, Grand   Forks,   Greenwood  and
Mrs. Fred II. Wright and son arrived from Slocan City tonight, and
are the guests of Mrs. A. G. Shaw.
Mrs. Wright leaves for Kaslo on Monday, where in future she will reside,
Purser Wright having been trans
ferred from the steamer Slocan tu the
,1. Lonsdale lloup, of the Land De
partmenf of the 0. P. It., at Winnipeg, who is in the city states that
business in Manitoba was never better
than at present. The magnificent
harvest this year coupled with the
good prices is making every one feel
good. The land sales for tbo present
season promise lo bo something
Cooling  and   refreshing ���Ironbrew.
Dover, Eng., Aug. Jl.���The mayor
of Hover presided at a brilliant banquet given in the municipal building
tonight to the ofllcers ofthe I lerman
cruiser Stein. Enthusiastic toasts to
King Kdward and Emperor William
were proposed and drunk. Tho secretary of the German embassy, in proposing "the Hritish army and navy,"
expressed the belief that if occasion
arose the British and German forces
wonld be found working together.
Pueblo, Col.,   Aug. 34.���This afternoon an   unknown   man   entered   the
otlice of ex-judge of the district court,
T. H, Gibson, and murderously assaulted tho aired jurist with a revolver
and a piece of lead pipe. Mr. tlibson
was struck repeatedly about the head
and body and is mow lying in a
dangerous condition.
New Vork, Aug. 84,���Tlie palace
car Sanilringliam, built at Dayton,
Ohio, under older from the Intercolonial for the use of the Duke and
Duchess of Vork,on their trip through
Canada, has been shipped to Halifax.
Tin- interior work is in mahogany,
holly and light oak.
St'1'l'I.KS..lNC  I'l.KSSMKN.
Chicago.  111.. Aug.
Judge Haker
of the United States circuit court this
afternoon at Goshen, ind,, issued an
Injunction prohibiting the 40 pressmen employed by the W. II. Oonlcey
Printing Co., of Hammond, Ind., who
are on strike, from picketing the
Windsor, (Int., Aug. M.���John
Johnson, colored, pleaded guilty to
murderously assaulting Benjamin
Wiliiward. another colored man, in a
row over 'Ml cents in a crap game at
Windsor race track two years ago and
was sentenced to five years in Kingston penitentiary.
The ileal foi tbe Rook land group
of mining claims, situated about five
miles from Silverton, on Etght| Mile
creek, will lie completed within a few
days. Two years ago the Miner-
Graves syndicate secured the property,
paying the original owners a certain
cash sum and contracting to organize
a stuck company within two years,
snd to make the final payment to
them in stoek ill this company.
During these two years the svndi-
oato lias been developing the claims
anil the showing made bas been good
enough to justify going ahead and
completing the deal. Tlie company is
now being organized iu British
Columbia, and the deal will then be
Considerable development work has
beet done on the property, and the
Graves syndicate lias expended between ��''!.,(Ull) and 830,000 since the
lirst. payment was made. Tlie mine
is a low grade proposition, with
values running about equal in copper
and gold. Tbe showings are immense,
and it is considered the equal of any
in Hritish Columbia.
As soon as tlie claims arc developed
to a sufficient degree a smelter will be
erected on the property hy the owners,
who are the Craves syndicate. Judge
W. W. Spinks and Frank Watson.
hTeio is any amount of ore on the
property to keep a smelter going.
* The American Hoy Alining company
has begun work opening up the Black
Hawk, another of the claims belonging to the American Hoy group.
While the Hlack Hawk will be developed by the tunnel which is to run to
connect with the American Hoy tiin-
| nel OU tho other side of the mountain,
yet the primary idea of tlio management, is to bring ou t the ore from the
big property through the Black Hawk
aud then use the Last Chance tram.
This will bo a big thing for that
property. It means that thc tunnel
will be driven clenr through the
mountain and that both properties
'will be worked thiough the same
tunnel. The using of the Last Chance
tram will also mean a great saving of
time aud money for the American
On the Hlack Hawk there is some
fine ore bodies and the development of
them will continue along with the
taking out of oie from the big mine.
On the American Hoy work is being
rushed as rapidly as possible and
there is a splendid showing made.
There Heems to he little doubt now
that there will he a smelter built in
South Kast Kootenay within the next
eight months, says tho Cranbrook
Herald. A resolution was adopted by
the board of directors of the Sullivan
mine, in Spokane last week, authorizing such a movement, and it is duo to
this fact that Sullivan stock, that
has heen lying dormant for thu past
five months at six and seven cents, has
has taken a jump to 1:.' bid and 15
Tne location of the smelter has nol,
been stated, hut there is every reason
to believe that it will be built at
Marysville, wherethere is magnificent
water power a splendid location for
the shipment of ore from tlie North
Star and Sullivan properties aud the
entire St. Maiy's country.
At the record oflice yesterday there
was but one location, Pardee, on
the south of the head of Kokanee
creek, about one mile from Kokanee
creek. Certificates of works were
granted to D. J, Steello on Canadian
Boy, to Frank Jumur, on Matilda to
F. Holland on Nelson, and to D. McArthur, on llruce. Transfers, one-
third interest each to T. Powell and
P.. Spencer, of tho Old Chum claim
from R. Le.ary; one-third interest to
T. Powell and R. Leaiy. in the Old
Hat claim from It. Spencer; one third
interest each to R. I.eary and It. Spun*
cot in the Tenderloin claim from T.
Powell, tho consideration in each case
being nominal.
Tho Onandago Mining Company.
whioh is operating a group of free
milling claims iu tlie mountains near
Erie, expect to stait its ten stamp
mill on Monday. . The company intends to mine un an extensive scale
aud among the auditions will be an
Increase of tun stamps in tlie mill and
a compressor plant of sufficient size
to operate a number of drills, and a
waterpower to drive the mill ami
compressor machinery. The water of
Champion creek is to be u_ed in driving the wheels which it is the intention to install.
nnd Lady filrathoona sail today by tbe
Campania for ^Canada, and will remain uniil after the Dnke aud
Dnohcss of Yoik conclude their tour
through the Dominion.
The Alice  mine -is   louklng   better
tha ever before.
The south extension of the Alice,
tlie Montana, together wilh several
surrounding claims will be grouped
and a strong company will work same
fur Ql] it is wortli tbis fall. Tbe
Montana is owned by John F. Wilson
and partners of Pilot Hay.
Much dissatisfaction exist s in regain lo government roads, to which
attention was drawn a few days ago.
The government money is b ing spent,
to no purpose.
In the Immediate vicinity of Creston
there nre several so-called roads tbat
lead to nowhere, tine is built for a
mile on the C, 1'. 1!. right-of-way nnd
at places it. goes dangerously near the
track. Where does this road lead to'.'
Another wagon road has been built
from C. P, U. :lepot at Cieston for a
considerable distance���-probably ono
and a half miles. The brush was cut
at; tbe stumps were allowed to
��� email). Where does this road lead
tu".'      Answer���Where'.'
The government expended several
hundred dollars tbis spring in builil-
ng a trail from Duck creek to Arrow
creek" properties, three in number, a
fair showing certainly, but nothing
more than prospects, nor can they he
much more for a very considerable
lime. Why should one party more
than another be favored hy the _ov-
eiuiueni in the matter of passable
roads V
It is time this sort of filing wus put,
an end to. lt. is tbe duty of tho government to exercise due economy in
dealing out the people's money. This
wagon road affair at Creston does not
reflect any glory upon tbo lands and
works department.
Let a responsible man look into tho
needs of the scvo'al districts and having satisfied himself give out tlie work
by contract���tbo contractor to pay
fair wages
pool'. LoHNA.
Copenhagen, Aug. 2t.���The prefect
of police, following tlie example of
the prefeota of police of Berlin and
Stockholm, hai^ issued a perpetual
prohibition against tho appearance
of Luna Harrison upon any stage in
L'open liagen.
Toronto. Aug. 34.--('lover of remarkable size lias been received at
the local Government ollice. Measurement across two tower lobes of tht*
leaf from tip to tips It'., to 3%
R. fl. R. BAND
Can be engaged for summer months for Excursions, Picnics, Lawn Socials or anything that requires music.
Wambold's Orchestra
For Halls, Parties, Recaptions, Banquets, etc. Regular
prices. All are members of Loon.! No 94, A. F. of M.
Musical Protective Association. Apply to J. P.. POLLARD, at E, J. Robin's Tailor Shop, Baker Street.
��������� :���
"{..be .Royal Bank of Canaba"
Incorporated 1869.
1 ..nl-ui  Authorised,    .    .    hw,<mmiiuimi.oo I   .'uvltiil raid-up,    .   ���    ���     *'.,....o,im.��um,
Beit, iM.7tM-.n ,
Hoard (>r Director*     rhomaa BJ. Ktmny,  PruUantii  Thomas Kltohlo. Vloe-Prestdonl.
Wiley Smith, H.G. Baald, Hon* David MaoKoeo.
._.!.��. ufHeo, iciuiraxt
General Manager, EklhOQ L,-Poaae, Montreal.
Suportutendenl of Branches, and Beoretary, w. B. rorrauoe. Haulat.
iu-.ui    eft.
; ebee���Montreal,  (City   Offloe),  Montreal
Wont End (Cor. Notro   Itumo and BelK-
neurs Streets); Wostmount (Cor. Grmio
Avenue and St. Catharines  Street,
St John's.
'ova   scot in��� HalUax   Branoh,   Ant_Koi._��i"
Brldgewator. Guyabotu Londonderry, Lu
eitbuttf, Maitland (Hants Co.), Piotou. Port
Ha wkwbury, Sydney, Bhubonacadle.Truro,
New    itrwiKv. irk ��� Bathuret.     Dornheator,
Frederioton, Kingston (Kent Co,), Mono
ton, XiiwciisLlo.H.'ickville, Ht, John,Woodstock*
r. !���-. Island���Charlottetown, suinmo.vi.le.
<.utm, .Vest Indies���Havana.
United HiatcH���New York (iii JtCxchaiRo Plata
Republic. Wash.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,     accouvc.-,
Vancouver East End, Victoria,
COIT-Bpoltifautfl ,
Can___a���M_rohanta Bank of Canada.   Boiton-Natloaal Shawinui, Bank.  Wileag�����nUn-ln
Trust and Savings Bank,   hiin VrnnclMo���First National Hank.   I.mi.ion,   una. -Hank  uf
Scotland,  Turin, Frniirr���Orodtt Lronnais.   Bermuda���Bank of Bermuda,  ,'inna anil .in
linn���Hon* Kong and Bhanghal Banking Corporation.   Bpokuya���Old National Hank.
Oencf al Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills or Exchange   t����ugh
���nd Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.    Interest allowed on special
deposite and on Saving Bank accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C,
Certificates of Improvements
New Year, Amethystine anil Tourmaline mineral claims, situate ni the Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay
Where looated- -On the East baiik nf
tin- Columbia Biver, two miles south
ol' Trail.
TAKE NOTICK that.,.I. D. Anilerson, I'. L. S., of Trail, B, C, agent for
W. W. Carlisle, Free Miner's Certilicate No. I! 50354, intend, sixty days
from tlie date hereof, to apply lo the
Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Grown (iraiitsof the above claims.
And further take notice that aetion,
uniler seetion ;!7, must be eommenoed
before the issuance of such Oertifioa.es
of Improvements.
Dated thisaoth day of .luly,   A.   I)
Certificate of improvements
notioe. *
"Dora'' Mineral Claim, situate in tho
Nelson Mining Division ol West Kootenay District.
Where looated: on Craig Mountain, near
Take notiee that I, John D. Ander
son, V. Ii. _., of Trail, IJ. O., agent for
Herbert Piut.r, Free Miner's certificate No. U 60180, intend lie days
from the date hereof, to apply to tlie
Mining Recorder for a certificate o!
improvements, for the purpose of ob-
tainiiig a Crown Grant of the above
And further take notice that action,
under section .17 must he commenced
before the issuance of such Certilicate
of Improvements.
Dated this 1st day of July A. D.,
1. D.  ANI)l.BSON.
* NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK. NELSON. B. C,
J Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE,
> FREE   MILLING   HOLD  properties  wanted at once for Eastern
��� investors.
�� Parties  having   mining   property for   sale are.   requested to send
I samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.
C We   desire   to  hear from prospectors who have promising mineral
J claims in Britisli Columbia.
r Prospectors  and   mining  men   aro requested   to make  the  EX-
C CHANGE theiv headquarters when iu Nelson.
f All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID.
t Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
Telephoao No. 104.
P. O. Box 700. NELSON.
B. G.
i'vmvvv-W^-~M**~AVM^WWVV\WlkAMM|vi��vi��*rt\*i .
ty ���J-ino /tinl^s <ro *<rU<nj, A/ c/<A,<
rf /MstiMu,   *5_^_��^___t__/ &*?
ty $��us /LMim/����y^n^ \
Certificate of Improvements
"Vancouver" Mineral Claim, situate
in tlie Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District..
Where located : On the N. __ If. 8.
Railway, II miles from tlie international
Take notion that I, J. D. Anderson,
P. L. 8., of Trail, B. 0��� agent for
Cbailes A. Calzin, Free Miner's certificate No. B50,017, intend, sixty dr.yB
from tha dale hereof, to .apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Graut of the above
And further take notiee that aetion,
under seotion :'7, must ho commenced
before the issuanoe of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 5th dny of July, 1001.
,1.  1). ANDERSON
W. .1. Cavaifahgh, of the Slooan
Star, who is at the Hume, states that
everything is niniiing smoothly at the
mine, and they are shipping 500 tons
per month. The American Boy is
looking extremely well, and seven
Carloads of ore have been shipped this
month. The bond ou the Mountain
1'on has been thrown up. hut the owners have started work and are said to
have made a new strike of eighteen
inches  of shipping ore.
Toronto,    Aug.     24.--The   livening
Telegram's London   cable   says   Lord
Certificate of Improvements
"Good Enough" Mineral Claim, situate in the Nelson Mining Division of
West Kootenay District.
Where located : Near Craigtown.
Take notice that I. J. D. And'Tsnn,
P. L. S., of Trail, B. 0., agent for Joe
Bernard,   Free  Miner's Certificate No.
(560840,.D. Hover. FrefeMiners'sOei-tifi-
oate No. B4-407, and Paul Itiiiuet, Free
Miners Certificate No. B60106, intend,
sixty days from tbe date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Cerfilieiite of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
the above olaim.
Aud furl tier t.i.ko notice that action
under section !i7. must be eommenoed
tn fore the issuance of Mich CertilieaU
of Improvements.
Dated  Ibis 22Dd  day of July. A.D.
liwi. J. V. ANDERSON.
Every housewife who
taken delight in ft
spick Dnd span kitchen will find what nIip
wants in our Block of
The shining quality
of the surface is indicative of the superior merit of the
goods through and
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors.
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber*
Mill at PILOT BAY. Ynrds, NELSON
A. R. BARROW, a.m. i. oa
Provincial  Land  Surveyor
Oorner Viotoria and Kootenay Sts.
P.O. Box BOO Telephone No. vj
J. a. ��aywabj)-
11   PURDY
Custom House Broker and Employment
Olliee. Telephone 44. P. O. Box 583
8tanley Street, Nelson. B. 0,
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning immediately
on arrival of steamer, at the
rate of    	
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions to be left
with the agent.
D.  J.  YOUNG.


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