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Daily Edition No.  1113
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Tuesday,  August 13,  1901
Eleventh  Year
Gas Starts a  Fire and at
Least One Man Loses
His Life.
hurry, that customs officials of the
Washington State ports are cultivating
"the blind eye." Owing to the sua.-j
city of labor, lish on the Fraser river
bave to bo thrown away by thc ton lo
rot. The situation, according to, the
Canadian canners. is intensely aggrr-
Latest Vancouver and Victoria
News From The Miner's
Nanaimo, 11. C, Aug. 13.���An explosion, attended with fatal results,
occni'ted here, tbis morning in one of
tlie mine., It. had been closed down
on account of the strike in shipping
oitolea at San Francisco. The fan
had been stopped on Sunday allowing
tlie frns to accumulate. Last nigbt
Fire Boss Qninn went down to keep
watch for the nigbt. The explosion
iu .lined early this morning, wreck-
in;.' the mine and causing a lire. The
work of rescuing Quinn was started
promptly, but it took IS men 10 hours
to reach bim. The body wns badly
burnt. It is thought here that the ex
plosion was caused by men with naked lights entering the mine to steal
tools. Tnore seems no other explanation and if it is tbe right one other
bodies may be found. Qui., n loaves a
wife and family.
Victoria, B. C, Aug. 12.���A sad
dentil took placo at Workpoint bar-
rucks yesterday morning when Serjeant Meade,of the Royal Garrison artillery, shot himself in the head,causing instant death. Deceased was
thirty years of age r.nd unmarried.
When A Co., R. C. B. mas organized
here Meade acted as instructor,and was
considered an excellent non-commissioned officer. He also acted as instructor to classes from the Fifth Regiment, and until recently was Harrison VrovoBt Sergeant. Ho had just returned from furlough and was brooding over a loss of money which it is
supposed, caused him to take his
own life.
News has been received here of the
conferring of knighthood on Rear Admiral Beaumont, recently in command
of the squadron at this station, and
now commander in Australia, as a result of the visit of thc Duke of York
(1. A. Huff, ex-member for Alberni,
came down on tbe Queen City last
night. lie has plans and is negotiating with Dennis, of Dumbarton, for a
new tu.'bine steamer to ply on the
Alberni canal, in order to meet the
big trade opening up there. It will
run eighteen knots, draw four feet of
water, and carry a hundred tons, it
will bo brought in sections on one of
the round-the-world linerB.
The Hattie John mine, on the Alberni canal, has been sold to a German syndicate for $75,000. One of tbe
former owners was Leonard Frank of
this eity.
Thc Sieainer Queen City this morning brought from Wreck Bay a gold
brick valued at 818,064 and reports
that fully a thousand more in dust
has not yet been treated.
It is undertsood that mobilization of
the militia, similar to last year, will
be repeated at Mae/Inlay point on Labor Day. The Vancouver battalion
will come down on a special steamer
early Sunday morning and go into
eiuup, service being held in the after-
noor. Monday will be given over to
tactics, the Victoria battalion
marching in then as they have already
put. in two weeks training in the
field. It is probable that, tho forts
will be attacked by tho men of war
under Admiral Beaumont and the artillery and rifles will co-operate with
tlie icgulars in defending Rod Hill
and MncAulay point.
Jailor Mullen of the city police
force, formerly Sergeant-Major in
the Koyal Horse Artillery, died from
paralysis yesterday.
Mary Amos, night nurse at St. Josephs' hos'tal, took morphine in mistime for calomel last night, dying
shortly afterwards. She was aged BO.
Application for bail for eight striking fishermen mads by Mr. SeDkler
was refused by Judge Walkem.
vatod from the tact that the Puget
Sound packets have outbid them for
Chinese, and Indian help inside the
canneries and these Chineso and Indians, in defiance of the alien law and
Chinese exclusion act of tlie United
States, are walking across the border
in large numbers and being welcomed
with open arms by Blaine, Whatcom
and Point Roberts Wash., oannerL.
Blaine was the eity that ran every
Chinaman out of town not many years
ago. White labor is not opposed to
this influx of Chinese and Indians in���o
Washington Stale as white labor
will not perform menial cannery
Victoria, B. C, Aug. 13.���The N.
A. T. Co. have corresponded witblro-
vinoal Assayer Carmicbael here with a
view to transferring all gold shipments to this city in view of the rebate of royalty here. Carmichael
wired Sifton, w ho replied that the rebate only applied to miners, who
must present thoir gold personally
with a certificate tbat the royalty has
been paid. The N. A. T proposed
that if the Government agreed that
thoy would arrange to allow their
steamers from St, Michael to stay
over here four hours to allow individual mineis to take advantage of the
proposition. It is estimated that half
o. million to a million will be shipped out by the company and it is said
that arrangements will yet be competed. The N. A. T. Co.'s lead will
probably  be   followed by the  others.
Vancouver, B. C, Aug. 12.���John
Hendry, chairman of the projected
Vancouver-New Westm inster .Northern
& Yukon railway, is reported to have
saitl that operations will commence
on this railway line as soon as rigtits
to enter Vancouve.- and New West-
imnster have boen obtaine- An engineer is being sent out at orce on
preliminary work. Tho road has
been financed, aud all that is being
waited for, is permission to operate
in the cities mentioned. The part of
tbe line on the Alaskan boundary
will wait until the Governments are
again interviewed..
Victoria,B.C., Aug.12.���An offer has
been sent by N. A. T. & T.Co.,of Daw
son, to the Provincial Government to
market all their gold he.e and make
this the first and last port of call for
their St. Michael steamers if tbey are
allowed the lebate of one per cent, of
royalty paid on gold in the Yukon
as offered to individual miners. The
offer will be forwarded to the Dominion Government.
Vancouver, B. C, Aug. 12.���British
Columbia canners claim that.owing to
the great scarcity of labor and the
fact that the biggest Pacilio coast
catch on record must  be put  up in a
Record of the Last  Canadian Military
League  Shoot.
The scores o* the  lust   match in the
Canadian Military Rifle League series
were as follows:
First Team���
200     500     600 Tot'l
N. T.   McLeod....2ft       33       27 89
A. Grant 30       2!l       28 87
Dr. Hall 23       20       20 83
Corp. F.   Weir....31       27       24 82
D.   McKav 26       31       22 7��
,1.   D.   Tinkiss....22       30       20 78
A.Carrie 29       24      .36 78
Pte.   Rich aid son. .25       27        25 77
H. J.   Robie 22       30       21 73
Lieut. T. Brown..25       23        22 70
First Team total 796.
Second Team���
C.l.Ser. MoKenzie.86      20      28 83
Pte. F. Ingram....28       28       24 80
II.   Bird '. ..30       26        21 76
Pte. E. J. Boyce..28       26       25 74
L. Gbhcv 25       27       21 73
Pto. J. Simpson...20       28       38 71
U. A.   Langford..25       24"      20 69
Lance-Ser.R.Steel.26       23       14 03
Capt.II.Macdonell 20       17       16 53
J. Rao 17       11        20 48
Second Team total 690.
The shifting wind had much to
do with keeping the scores down,
much better shooting having been
done at many of the piactiues.
Tbe latest practice scores at the
ranges were:
200     500     600 Tot'l
N, T.   McLeod....27 23 32 8:
J.D. Tinkiss 22 80 26 78
Col.Scr. McKenzio.24 25 26 75
Lieut.   Brown 21 27 26 74
Pte. E. J. Boyce..23 26 25 74
11. ,1.    Robie 25 22 25 72
Pte. F. C. Ingram.24 23 21 68
Capt. Macdonnell..21 25 21 67
Antigonish, N. S., Aug. 12.���Mae-
Donald's lumber mills and factory
were destroyed by fire Saturday
night. Loss ahout $10,000 no .insurance.
Looks as if It Had the Best of
the Big Steel Strike
so Far.
Amalgamated Association Is
Disappointed at Not Getting Aid.
Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 12.���The struggle for mastery between the manufacturers and men iu tbe steel industry 's now fairly launched and on
the first show of strength advantage
is with the former. Tbe general
strike oroer issued by President Shaffer of the Amalgamated association,
has so far been obeyed by only aoout
14,000 men according to tbe best figures obUlnaule here. The first two
preliminary calls were answered by
about 45,000 men so tbat the total
number out is now in the neighborhood of 60,000.
Tbe strikers made gains hero today
over tbe ^showing last night, and
their prospects for further accessions
at both McKeesport and Wheeling
during the week are very favorable.
The action of the Amalgamated men
at Chicago, Joliet and Bayview in
refusing to come out and tho failure to
secure any recruits 111 the Carnegie
group, throughout, the Kiskeminetas
valley and the big plants at Youngs-
town and Columbus, Ohio, have beeu
markedly disappointing to them.
They are keeping up the fight, however, in a spirited manner and claim
that thoy have strength in reserve
which will surprise their opponents.
They are pressing tbeii advantage at
McKeesport and Wheeling and their
organizers are still at work in those
two cities.
Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 12.���Two hundred and fifty butt welding belpeis
came out tonight and orippled the
great butt welding department of the
National Tube works at McKeesport.
Tbe strikers are nearly all boys under
18 and comprise half of the force of
helpers in this department. Fully
two thousand men will be forted to
quit wo.-k and the entire department,
consisting of 4,800, is expected to be
idle. Tbe boys came out again3t the
wisnes of the Amalgamated officers.
The young fellows are turbulent and
it was tbeir strike that began the
great steel st:ike and riots of 1894.
The last number of the British Columbia Gazette contains tbe fallowing: A certificate of incorporation
has been issued to the Tulameen Coal
company as a limited company with a
capital of $25,000, divided into 81
Tbe following companies bave been
registered as extra-provincial corporations! The Clo\er Leaf 'Mining __
Milling Company with a capital stock
of 875,0()0,divided into live cent shares.
The head ofiVe is in Spokane, the
provincial office is in Cr.nbiook, and
J. R. Costlgan, barris'er, is the attorney. The National Hydraulic Mining
Co., with a capital of 82,000,000, divided into 81 shares. The head office
is in Pittsburg, Pa., the office in the
province at Asl-croi't and D. Murphy,
of Ashcroft, is the attorney. Notice
of tho assignment or Ernest Spragget,
saw mill owner of Grand Forks, is
given, and Hugh S. Cayley, has been
made trasteo for the benefit of the
cred itors.
The first annual meeting of the
shareholders o' the Kootenay Central
railway will be held at Fort Steele
on September 2nd for the purpose of
chosing directors and transacting oth-
e.- business.
Rome, Aug. 12.���The P.pe was
only informed of tho death of Signor
Crispi this morning. He exclaimed :
"Providence has evidently really decreed that I shall be tbe last of my
generation to go. Well, Crispi was a
good tighter." A few moments later
the Pope was on his knees at his prie
dieu praying for the soul of his ancient enemy.
Washington, Aug.12.���Rear Admiral
Johnson, commandant of tho Portland
navy station, has been selected to
succeed Rear Admiral Sampson as
commandant of the Boston navy yard,
on account of the latter's  ill   health.
Measure Opposed by It Passed
In Imperial House cf     J
Minority of Twenty-Two and
Government Will Accept
the Decision.
London, Aug. 12.���Tbe Government
was defeated io tbo House of Commons
tonight in tho course of the debate on
the factory bill. The House supported
by 163 to 141 a proposal, opposed by
the government, that textile factories
should olose at noon instead of 1
o'clock as now.
Thc opposition and the Irish members cheered wildly. Mr Ritchie,
the home secretary, announced that
the Government would accept the decision. Timothy Mealy, ainid laughter, remarked that the home secretary had shown great resignation,
but not the sort of resignation tne
liouse wanted.
The House passed the second reading of the Pacific cable bill by a vote
of 183 to 59.
Stone Cutters Refuse to Go Out to the
Marble Quarry.
Only a couple of men were at work
yesterday on the new postofiice building. The basement has been completed and the men are now awaiting the
arrival of the marble which is to be
used to a large extent in the building.
Men were needed at tbe quarry to get
out the stone and four were employed
by Mr. Lcnvvne, the contractor, to
go up. Tho western schedule for stone
cutters is 85 a day. Mr. Lemoine
was quite willing to pay tbis, but retained the privilege of charging what
he pleased for board, which he placed
at 81.50 per day. Now, at all well
regulated camps in thc country only
81 per day is oharge-.l for board and
unless the men could get tbat rate
they would stay a long way from the
quarry. A parley ensued. Mr. Lemoine offered to board the men for
nine dollars a week, and wheu that
was relusod he came dowu arother
dollar, but that, too, was not the dollar a day tbat the men demanded. The
contractor threatened to send to Montreal for more men and tbe men hero
told him to go ahead. At last W. A.
Galliher, M. P., was appealed to and
somehow or other the matter was fixed up, the men getting their board
for seven dolla-s a week and they left
for the quarry. It will be a couple
of days before the work will be proceeded with as no marble can be se-
oured before that time.
Another   Good   Year's   Business   Enables the Co. to Pay Up.
Montreal, Aug. 12.���At a meeting
of tho directors of the C. P. B. today,
the usual dividend of 2 per cent, ou
the preferred stock ior tbo half year
ended June 30th last, was declared.
A dividend of 2H per cent, for same
period was al.�� declared on the common stock". The results for the fiBcal
year to June 80 last, were: Gross
ear-lings, 830,855,208; working expenses. 818,745,828; net ca.nings, 812,-
109,376; income l.-om other sources,
8933,.12b; total net income, 813,042,-
S00; less fixed charges including interest on land bonds, 87,305,835; less
ammount applied against ocean stean-
ships 5150,6oO; net revenue available
lor dividends. 95,586,985.
After payment of all dividends declared the .surplus for the year Carried
forward is 81,114,458.
Wealthy Now Yorker While Driving
With Friends Seriously Injured.
Newburgh, N. Y., Aug. 12.���Samuel
Verplanck, a wealthy retired resident
of Fishkill Landing, was seriously
and mysteriously shot this afternoon
while out driving with a party of
friends. The Rev. .1. Howard Suy-
ilam, of Rhcimbeck, was in Fishkill
Landing yesterday to fill thc pulpit of
the reformed church during thc absence of its pastor, the Kev. K. A.
Cullom.   With   Mrs.   Suydam,    they
terday In tho Contest at
were invited to be the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Vciplanck. Mrs,
Vorplanek's cousin, Miss Laura Run-
kin of Newburgh. called during tho
afternoon aud tie live formed a riding parly. They set out to visit Mr.
Verplanck's farm   at .Stoneykill.   On
their return, ~bun near the Brinchoiv i American Boat Defeated Yes-
cstatc, half a mile above Fishk.ll
Landing, the occupants of tho oarrtama
heard a loud report, ln another moment Miss Rankin saitl there was a
tingling sensation on her neck. Placing her band at the spot, she noticed
it bleeding. As the party were commenting on the strangeness of tbe incident, there was a second loud report. In a moment Mr. Verplanck,
who was driving, shouted, "I bave
been shot." Tho paity hurried tho
horses home.
Dr. George T. Williams was summoned and rendered medical aid to
Mr. Verplanck. He probed the left
shoulder for the bullet but without
success. Mr. Verplanck's condition
is critical. The police are investigating the matt.'r.
Again the Former Gup Defender Sails Away From
the Constitution.
Three Men on Pleasure Bent Go Dowu
With Private Yacht.
Ogdensburp, N. Y.,Aug. 12.���Charles
Whitney, James Whitney and Edgar
Lane were drowned in the Galoup
rapids this afternoon by the sinking
of the private yacht Khea. Whitney,
who was the ownet of the yacht, had
as guests on board, the boat White,
Hughes, Rancy, Miss Whitney and the
Misses McPherson. The ladies and
Mr. Rancy pot out at the head lock to
walk to the foot of the rapids. The
other three men remained on board
the yacht, which, a.tor passing thc
first swell of the rapids, entered what
is known as "tho collar" and disap
peared, carrying the tluee men dowr
with her. The bodies have not yet
been reoovered. All of the parties resided at Prescotl, Ont., were married
and have families.
Chicago, 111.. Aug. 12.���ln a light
weather run, a reach out and back,
the Canadian "Invader" today won
i tlie second ot tho races for tho Can-
���tdas cup. She had the Cadillac beaten at every point of the compass. On
the run out with a four to seven knot
east-northeast breeze sweeping their
port quarters, the Invader led from
one to two miles at times, rounding
tho buoy, nine miles out, a mile
ahead of her pursuer. Both broke
out their balloon jibs on the home
stretch, and tho sturdy Detroiter gained for a time. During the last four
miles Cadillac tuok in her balloon and
bioke out the spinnaker. The speeial
effect of this [.change was shown in
tho faster footing but the race was
already won and Cadillac came ln
nearly a milo to the bad.
Americans Pieparing To Handle
Freight on thc Great Lakes.
Syracuse, N. Y.. Aug. 12.-The
scheme o' organizing a company to
carry freight over the Great Lakes,
was completed today in this city and
it will be at once incorporated in
New Jersey. The new company will
be a 82,500,000 corporation and will
bo known as the National Transportation Co. Contracts for the fleet of
vessels have been let to the American
Ship Building Co., and they are to
have a capacity of 27,000 tons. The
contracts calls for tneir completion on
March 15, 1902.
The builders of the vessels have
plants in Cleve'ard, Duluth and at
other points along the Great Lakes.
It is said that the contract is the largest ever let lor boats to navigate tbe
big lanes.
Birmingham,   Ala.,   Aug.   12.-
annual convention ofthe International
Typographcat Union met in this city
today, Pesideut James M. Lynch of
Syracuse in the cbair, The repo-t of
Secretary Bramwood, giving the credentials list, was adopted. President
Lynch then annou.ced the standing
committees. Delegate Govan of New
York offered a resolution to consider
the relation of taxation to wages,
which was referred. Tbu sympathy
and moral suppu-t of the union wus extended to the Auialgamted Association of iron, tin and steel workers in
theii difficulty with the United States
Steel Corporation by a rising vote
The convention then adjourned for tin-
Utica, N, Y., Ang. 12.���The tramp
arrested at Rlohfield Springs this
morning bears a striking resemblance
to the much wanted Blondin. ne is
very bowlegged, swarthy complexion,
has high eheok bones and tattoo
marks on tbo left arm. He lacks.
however, the emblem of a schooner
tattooed on thb left arm which the
Boston police say was a distinguishing
mark ou Blondin. The tattooed figure')
on the arm of the arrested men represent anchor and the initial of the
name Blondin. Should there be some
error in the rendering of 1 lie wortl
"schooner" in the telegram received
from Hoston, the man may yet prove
to be the much wanted slayer of his
Newport, R. I., Aug. 12.���The Constitution covered the triangular course
of 30 miles today in 33 seconds less
time than the Columbia. Tho champion of '99 however, wins the race on
time allowance by about 30 seconds.
No corrected time can be given as tho
boats bave not yet been remeasured
as required. In previous races, the
Constitution had allowed the Columbia 1 minute, and 17 seconds. With
the change in measurement, the new
rig of the Constitution has made; is
unknown, but it is estimated that she
now allows the old boat only a few
setonds less time, if any. Tbe finish
today was the notewo thy and exciting feature of the conteBt. When
within a mile of tbe line, the Constitution made a short tack that undoubtedly loat ber the race. The winners in the other clauses were: Class
"G" yawls, Navahoe; Class "H"
sloops, Virginia.
Hartford, Conn., Aug. 12.���Bobb
Walthour, of Atlanta, Ga., easily defeated Benny Munroe io a 20 milo
motor paced race at tho Velednmo
track tonight. Walthour established a
new track record, covering tho distance in 30. 3 2-5.
Great Italian Statesman Wants
Religious Ceremony.
Naples, Aug. 12.���The funeral
Signor Crispi will take place AugUBt
15th aud the interment will probably
be in the Pautbeon of San Dominican
in Palermo. Ia his will Crispi requests that he be buried without a
religious ceremony and be deolarea
that his patrimony and savings wero
iost during the campaign for liberation in Cicily and In the sorvice of his
country. He names Signora Crispi
as his sole heiress, subject to a small
annuity to Rosalie Montmasson, to
whom he is said to have been married
in 1851. He leaves two volumes of
memoirs, tno first of which is complete and be appoints Senator Domani
lo examine his papers and to supervise
their publication.
Potsdam,   Aug.   12.���King   Edward
and   Queen  Alexandra  arrived
this evening.
Once More the New Cup Defender is
Beaten ily tho Old.
Ilatoman's Point, R.I., Aug. 12.���In
tbe trial race today Columbia crossed
the finish line at 4.26.38, less tllan a
minute behind Constitution and has
won thc race on time allowance.
Constitution crossed thu finish line at
4.25.40, As the yachts have not been
measured recently, tbe time which
Constitution allows Columbia is not
known but it is probably something
over a minute.
Cronberg, Aug.12.���The body of tho
Dowager Empress was removed by
torch light tonight from the church
to the railway station with a core-
mony similar to that of Saturday,
The coflin was deposited in a car
specially prepared and draped for Its
reception and the funeral train startled for Potsdam at. 9.50 p. 111. ai._Zv.i^^..\v'-3c~_pB&:_.!-
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The census returns reveal tbat tho
polulatioii of Canada is 5,400,000, or
600,000 "ver the figures of 1891, which
were 608,000 over those of HS1. The
returns are a disappointment to those
who believed that the population was
something over 6,000,000, still there is
some consolation in an increase ot
60,000 per yeai in the decade between
1891 and 1901.
Thc explanation of why the population has not increased more will be
found in the returns of the 0. S. census, taken in 1800, which show tbat
there were then a few thousand over
1,1011,0110 native horn Canadians in the
United States. This reveals that notwithstanding the hope that emigration
to tbe south is decreasing that it still
continues. The young peoplo of Canada still go thither to seek their fortune nnder the mistaken idea that
there are larger opportunities there
than here and this will probably be
the practice until the population in
the republic become so conjusted that
it will no longer be an alluring field.
It is not through lack of patriotism
that people leave Canada, as thete is
not a more loyal class in the world
than the native-born, but because they
think tbey will bo able to do bettor
than they would by remaining borne.
This, we believe, is a fallacious idea,
for thc Dominion has a wealth of resources which they should remain at.
home and aid in developing They'
owe it to the country in which they
were born to rentier it a service in
this way. While they are leaving the
country a number of far-seeing American capitalists are coming in and
taking hold of a few of the many opportunities which they leave behind
and are making them pay.
There arc unntnnbored opportunities
in Britisli Columbia for those who
aro going to the United States and a
large, proportion should come here und
help build up what is certain to be a
great province. In the meanwhile the
mines of this section are beginning
to pour forth a steady stream of
wealth whicli will soon he felt in
every avenue of trade and enterprise
ln the Dominion This section purchased nearly 81,000,000 worth cf machinery in Eastern Canada last yeai
and expended much more for supplies there during the same period.
The output of precious melals will in
crease with each year and will soon
make Canada a wealthy nation With
the increase in wealth will come enlarged opportunities for tlie young
people and in time they will cease to
emigrate to the republic and in this
manner will be solved the question of
a moie rapid increase of population.
We believe that the force of the
mineral output is already commencing
to be felt in the direction which wo
have pointed out and that the coming
decade will witness an increase of
over 1,000 nun in our population,
A large consignment direct from thc 1-actory has just been received  and
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TELEPHONE    NO.   13.
Hudson's Bay Company.
had they been stocked at. from 8100,000
to 9500,000, they would yield large
profits to their shareholders. The
trouble is that the promoters wish
to get rich too quickly and over-cap-
italic in order tbat thei-3 may a large
number of shares for tbeir proportion
of tlie spoils of promotion. Mining
companies should be conducted on a
moie business like and equitable basis
than they often are, and one of the
most glaring evils,over-capitalization,
bhould be frowned down.
will be made at the Cariboo hydraulic
in October.
Word ocmes from what is said to be
a reliable source that during the
approaching visit of the Duke of Cornwall, T. G. Shaughnessy, president of
thc Canadian Pacific Railway, is to
receive the honor of knighthood. This
honor is In no way conneoted with
the trackmen'b strike.
Oak Leather Seated Fancy Rockers
Elm Folding Tables
Worth $3.50 for 2.50
S5.00 for 3.75
S6.00 lor 4.50
$4.50 for 3.75
$5.00 for 3.75
$6.00 for 4 25
$6.00 for 4.50
$t, 50 for 4.75
9 Cane Verandah Chairs      -          -
���3 h            "       Rockers     -           -                '���'     $6 50 for 4.75 ��-.
f& To make room for our Fall slock of Carpets ami Rugs will go at E.
_�� Cost.   To clear,  Baby Carriages and (io Carts,  less than cost. Jfc
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Al.b  KINDS   OK
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
______ *'���*' i
Canada is now producing whiskey
which is a good enough tipple for
kings antl it is thought that the British, tbe Belgians and the H-llandeis
will liku qui tobacco after they havo
sampled it. One of the leading manufacturers of whiskey has received a
warrant to furnish King Kdward with
a supply of one of tbe leading Dominion made brands. At, the same time
the Dominion authorities havo taken
steps towards fostering a taste for
Canadian grown tobacco in Oreat
llritain and on thc continent. The
olllcials of the department of agriculture arc to look after the lirst shipment antl great care is to ho taken
that it may be of prime quality. It is
thought the quality of tlie weed
grown ill Canada is best, suited to the
taste of the peoples of Holland and
Belgium and the first effort will be
made to secure a foothold for the pro-
duet in those countries, and next
Great Britain will be mado a market
for it.
With King Kdward setting the fashion Canadian whiskey sbouid become
a leading tipple among his loyal
subjects and tbo demand for it should
from now on rapidly grow. With the
British the Hollanders antl the Belgians consuming our tobacco the
lcreage devoted to its growth would
soon bate to be enlarged. Thus it
is that the superior merits of the
products of Canada are forcing antl
will force themselves on the people of
the Old Wcrld.
Poitunately the trouble ln the Phoenix camp between the management
of the Granby mines and the carpenters has been amicably Bettled and
there is no likelihood of a strike there.
The manager for the company sayB
it is not looking for trouble but is engaged in mining and wishes to get
along amicably with its employes.
It is stated that F. Aug. Heinze,
the Btttte mining and smelter magnate, and associates have secured the
Britannia mine on Ilowe Sound, near
Vanoouvor. Heinz, will bu remembered aa the man who built the Trail
smelter and tho Columbia &. Western
railway from Trail to Rossland anil
from Tiailto RobBon. He is a man of
restless energy and now that be is in
control of the Britannia its rapid de
velopment may be looked for. Once it
is brought to a productive stage a
smelter may be looked for as Mr.
Heinze never does anything in a half
hearted manner. With his advent into the mining field on the coast he
Bhould stir the leaven to a considerable
Reynolds' Livery   Stable
Will Be Sold Cheap
Three years lease on ground
property   at $10.00
per month.
Apply to
1,8, CUM, Apt
Balcer Street.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Thu aiiiinuiiceiueiit is niiuie that the
Granby Consolidated Mining and
Smelting Company has in contemplation tlio increasing of its capital stock
from $15,000,001) to 130,000,000, Tho
reason given for the addition of 8.1, ���
000,000 to the capital stock being that
the company has lately taken over
several valuable properties ami, therefore, wishes to Include them iu its
While the announci'inent is not authoritatively made, if it iB true that
tbe step is lo be taken, it does not
appear to be a very wise one. The
Granby concern, while it is one of the
most promising and best conducted
milling enterplse in tbe province antl
hafl a promising future, still il is
Capitalized at a very large sum at
present, and su far it lias failed to pay
dividends, and although it is certain
in time to do so, t-till the output
will have to be target than at present
in order to nay good interest on the
cupitnl stock. There is a tendency on
the part of promoters to overcapltal-
Ize, whicli has been detrimental to Ihe
mining Industry, as it. injures its.
good name, both at home and abroad.
Companies with capital stocks of
from 81.0OI.IKI0 to much larger sums,
which cannot pay reasonable dividends are comparative failures on
that account; while, on the other hand,
The Toronto Mail and Umpire inveighs against the acceptance by Canadian cities of funds for the establishment of libraries from Andrew
Carnegie and deolares that they humiliate themselves by asking for or
accepting gifts from such hands as
bis. .Mr. Carneigc desires to perpetuate his name by devoting the major
portion of his fortune to the founding
of libraries aud ill this way is putting
It to a most useful purpose. Though be
has expressed views that are auti-
British still in giving funds to libra,
ires he has shown a broad and liberal
spirit and has favored Canada, Great
Britain and the United States. Ilis
actions have shown that he admires
the peoples of these countries and
wishes to placo at their disposal at
populous centres libraries where they
will tlo the most good, and Canada
might as well take advantage of his
generosity as Great llritain and the
United States. Besides this Canada
helped to make Carneige rich bv purchasing large quftptlties *of the iron
and steel manufactured in his inilla
and be is. therefoie, under obligation
to her to that extent.
Every year a large number of poor
sufferers whose lungs are sore and
racked with coughs are urged to go to
another climate. But this is costly
and not always sure. Don't be an exile when Dr. King'B New Discovery
for Consupmtion will cure you at
home. It's the most infallible medicine for Coughs, Colds, and all Throat
and Lung disease on earth. The first
dose brings relief. Astounding cures
result from persistent use. Trial bottles free at Canada Drug & Hook Co.
Price 50c and 81.00. Every bottle
Fisn und Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C   Block. Ward St b.eet, Nelson.
Orders by moil receive careful and prompt attention
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
**&-********   -_-���_!
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.
Branch Markets in Eossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon. Tnree Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Order* by man to 01. v branch will havo careful a"4 mromnt attention.
Have you tried���Ironbrew,
A gold brick, valued at 81 lr,,00(1
represent ing a portion of tho year's
clean.up 011 the Cariboo hydraulic of
Oariboo, is on its way to New Vork
and will be sent across the wator and
placed on exhibition at the Glasgow
Exposition, where it will form a
Splendid advertisement for Hritish
Columbia.    A supplementary clean-up
German Syrup is the special
scription of��� D. A. Iloschee, a
brated Gorman Physician, and is acknowledged to ho one of the most fortunate discoveries in Medicine. It
quickly cures Coughs, Colds and all
l.ung troubles of the severest nature,
removing, us it does, tho cause cf tho
affection antl leaving tho paTts in a
strong and healthy condition It is not
an experimental medicine, but has
stood the tost of years, giving satisfaction in every caBe, whioh its rapidly increasing sale every season confirms.- Two million bottles sold annually, lloscbee's German Syrup was
introduced in the United Stales in
1868, and is now sold in every town
and village in thc civili~ed world.
Three doses will relieve any ordinary
cough Price 75 cts. Get Green's
Prize Almanac.
A delightful tonic���Ironbrew.
If you don't like Blue Eibbon Tea it's
because you never tasted it.
harmful   ingredients   in���Iron-
I have a large warehouse and am
prepared to store all kinds of goods.
Prosser's Second Hand Store, Ward
1 I       t
Ten tnuny timoH tlio orifrin of a headache in
tniHiinlinillitcil, anil one begins tlosirin; tho Htom-
nch fur It. when an application of Qrimths
M. ..ih..1 I.Influent woulil itntw mil the pain
anil give Immediate relief. It will euro any
hoadaohe no matter how severe,
For mtle by J. H. Vanntone, Nelson, B. C.
About that second hand article of
yours. You'll sell it if you'll advertise it in Tbe Miner want column
lest Transfer Co.
Goal ^D Wood
Best  Fir  and  Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Office on   Bakar Street Tel, S3
Our stock is now complete in the above lines.    Call and be
convinced that the most complete stock
is carried  by the
1901 1901
The Store With
i_rht Prices
In the matter of the Estate of William Thomas Beadles, late of the
town of Salmo, Hritish Columbia,
deceased, Intestate.
Notice is, hereby Riven, pursuant to
the "Trustees and Executors' Act,"
that all creditors and others having
claims against tlie estate of the said
William Thomas Beadles who died .11
Nelson, 11. C��� on the 17th day of
April, 1901, ate required on or before
tbe BOth dav tif August, 1001, to send
by post prepaid, or deliver to the undersigned, .solicitors for the administrator of the estate of the said deceased at Nelson. B. C, their Christian
names and surnames, addresses and
descriptions, the full particulars of
their claims, the statement of their
accounts,a.ad the nature of the securities if any. held by them.
And further take notice that after
such last mentioned date tbe Administrator will proceed to distribute the
assets of the said deceased among the
parties entitled thereto, having regard nnly to tbe claims of which he
shall hive then bad notice, and that he
will not be liable for tbe saitl assets
or any part thereof, to any person or
persons of whose elaims notice shall
not bave beeu receved by bim at the
time of such distribution.
Dated at Neiso:u, B.C., this 18tlt day
of Julv, 1001.
Solicitors tor   Ja-ines   Lawrence,   administrator of the estate of  the said
deceased intestate.
and try a boi tie, a dozen, or a barrel ot
CALGARY BEER M it Ib tlio best antl
cheaiioHL on tho m trkct. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUOR 18     and    CIQARS.
Telephone 93 Baker til., Nelson
New Goods Arriving Every Day
When our new stock is complete we will have by fur the FINEST DISPLAY OF FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
ver shown to the public of Nelson.
Call and see our Rattan Chairs, Baby Carriages, Go  Carts,  Morris
Chairs, Verandah Chairs, etc.
���/"W mJm*mmimrmM
I The
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which is Ajtit-s-mnteil
The Bank o[ British Columbia.
Paid-up   Capital,   $8,000,00(1;    Reserve   Fund,
Aggregate Resources Over 805,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. <JOX, President.      B. H. WALKER, General Manager.
London Otlice: On Lombard Street, E. C.
New York Office; 16 Exchange Place.
And 68 branches ia Canada ami tlie United Btotes, Including:
CaANHROOK Ka.MI.OOI'S ~~\v Wkstminstbr   Vancouvkr
fkbnib Nanaimo Rossland Viotokia
YUKON IIISTRICT-Dawson and Wiiiti: Horsk.
UNITED STATES���New Youk, BanFbanoisCO, Seattlk, Pootxand, Skagway,
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Reccivod and Interest Allowed.  Present Rate il Per Cent
Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
Canada Permanent and Wes
tern Canada Mortgage
Brewers of Pine Lager
Beer and Potter,
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to G. lu LBNNOX.  Uuk��  ht.
Kelson. B. 0. Nelson   Daily Miner, Tuesdav August i_, 1901
An Excellent Address Delivered hy
Miss Merrill on Sunday.
One of tlie best addresses which
have been delivered before tlie Nclstin
I Socialistic Club was given in the
Miners' Union Hull on Sunday after
noon, Being delivered by a lady,
was one explanation of the large at-
fendanta, but tbe patient attention
and treoerouB dismission which followed indicates that the principles
enunciated by the speaker, elk
it.il the .ympathy of the audience antl
iri'iileil a desire in the mind of many
(ur a more frequent Intelligent disous-
Bloii of tie' questions. Miss Merrill
nl ibi* city "as the speaker. The sut
loot was. "Why Women Should lit,
socialists." Miss Merrill referred to
tie part that women requite to play
ni iii.. dlBcusalon antl bringing abont
ol the new regime. One potent cause
ot women's Indifference to "tlie new-
old gospel" of socialisin, is liecattte
[bey have not yet realised it to bu
their duty to bring to it "the same
ardor and the same strong desire they
have so lnag given to the church,"
When tbey do this socialism will
gather under its bright wings "the
poor nnd the r'eh, the weak and the
strong, the happy and the miserable,
the outcast und the idol of society,the
learned ��ml the unlearned, into one
gicut family, where the golden rule
will be a livable precept, and each
will seek the good of all, and all the
good 0,' each."
The speaker claimed tbat Ihe principle of socialism were essentially a
woman's mission inasmuch us it
meant a better condition of the home
life ot tite women antl the children.
In this connectio 1 the speaker referred to the fact that "tlio desperate
struggle, the mental lesistSnce, the
feat and the dread, the overwork and
the anxiety in the mother life accounts for the puny, sickly, incompetent child which is born to he.-." anil
elainied that when w. as a peoplo and
a nation, "devote as mu.-li time and
care to the propugation of the human
rate as we do to breeding liu.ses and
cattle and the propogation ol' wheat
and other productions of the soil,
for the sustenance of man, then and
only thou, may we expect children
to be born with brain and brawc.
and a healthy, happy nature, which
will inline tho rearing of them a pleasure and not a dreaded task."
Referring to the social evil, whioh
was recently preached on by one of
the lniuistets in the city, she observed that "in tinding a reason for the
terrible prevalence ol this evil, thc
preacnor did not once touch upon a
reasun called 'economic eondit'-ons' for
its existence, llow many of the discouraged store girls and sweat shop
workers, with desires and ambitions,
just like other girls, grow weary of
the struggle to exist on tlie SI or ��5
per week, coming in contact, us they
do, with beautifully dressed women,
and handling and making line garments, homeless and homesick, with
aifections thwarted, bodies tired, and
bewildered minds, and yield at last to
temptation. They aro victims of the
teniblo system under which we live,
for if eunomic conditions would allow the formation of true homes, men
would not be prevented in their sexual desires,women and men could live
natural Hies, morally and physically,
and children wo.tld bo welcome, were
support and education assured. And
these women, whose hearts a- e capable of the wc.meiit wifely lofe, and
motherly devotion, woud bo where
they ought, ,o he, in a home, sheltered
by the love of un honest man, instead
of being driven to prostitute their
bodies���the holy temple of motherhood
���to the perverted love of man���which
is lust���for proiit."
Exciting Pastime Furnished try the
Swift Water Below tlio City.
Messrs. Criddle and Sergeant of the
Hudson's llay stores and Hunt of the
RonnlngtoQ Falls plant composed one
of the parties who, on Sunday, enjoyed the exciting run through the swift
water in tho rapids of the Kootenay
below Nelson. Mr. Hunt had purchased a hoat in Nelson for use in the
river below tbo falls and invited the
other gentlemen to join him in the
trip. All the rapids betwoen Nelson
aud llonnington were run with the
exception of those at tho bridge and
the Catalina rapids near the falls,
the hoat being safoly roped down
through these. The trip was made
without any mishap, tbe boat, being
safely landed at its destination none
thc worse for wear.
The other party to take the trip on
Sunday was a smaller one in numbers,
being made tip of W. A. Galliher, M.
P., and Inspector of Mines M.Gregor.
Mr, Galliher was anxious to make
tho trip, b-it found considerable difficulty in finding any one to accompany
him,_the thought of laboriously towing the boat up against thc current as
a wind up being anything hut pleasant. Mr. McGregor, who was dressed
up for ohurch, was finally persuaded
to go, so they procured a boat and
started. The chief incident of the
trip (besides towing the boat up) was
[A-u*ia*��_ or..,, -,f i_in_K .owoin
Highest Honors, World's Faif
Qold Medal, Midwinter Fair
Av.,1,1 Uniting l'li-'-erfl   -ttiitithiliiir
alum.   Tltuy uru Injtuiuu* tu liualtb
the hot king <i. a line trout on a trol
ling spoon, half way down, the line
having heen dragged astern. At the
foot of the lirst. rapid the fish was
landed befote Ihe party continued and
it was ahout three-quarters of a pound
in weight. The running ot these
rapldS with an experienced boatmun
who knows the river is one of the
most interesting and exbilirating ex
periences that can be enjoyed in the
vicinity, if arrangements aro made
with tlie C. P. R. for bringing the
boat back by rail. It has been sug1
gcstotl by sevoral of those who bavo
been down that if there was a guide
here who made a business in summer
of taking boats through and arranging
for their return a large number in
town would be glad to make the trip
Tho newest and best summer drin k.
��� Ironbrew.
Ed'tor Miner,���I noticed an article
in The Tiibuue of the 8th re the petition whicli the property owners on
Harris Mountain, sent, to tbe Government agent at Nelson some time ago to
see if wo could get two or three hundred dollars from tbe g-vemment to
repair the trail from Maccaroni basin
to tbe Harris group, a distance of
eight mi'es and I note with much regret tbat tho government agent at
Nelson does not see his way clear to
grant assistance as bo claims the trial
is in the Bouth east riding of Kast
Kootenay. Will *.lie government
agent, or tbe government please tell
us property owners on Harris mountain in the Whito Grouse country,
what right south east Kootenay bas
to repair this trail at present, as all
tin; moneys for records on those properties is paid into the mining record
oflice at Kusknriook and at this date
wo could not expect, to get assistance
foi this trail from south east Kootenay, when the revenuo from those
claims is paid in to the recorder at
Wc surely have reasons for com
plaint when I tell you that this eight
miles of trail from Macaroni basin to
tbe Harris group was built some four
or live years ago by the owners of the
Harris group with tho excoption of
about SIM which was allowed me as
assessments on my claims at the time
the trail was built.
So far thu Government has not been
out a single cash dollar for this eight
miles of trail and I think it is now
time this matter was lookod into and
some assistance given by the Govern
ment to repair this trail.
Nelson, Aug. 12. j,
Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan, of
Hartford, Conn., scratched his leg
with a rusty wire. Inflammation and
blood poisoning set iu. For two yearB
suffered intensely. Then the best
doctors urged amputation, "hut," he
writes, '-1 used one bottle of Electric
Bitters and IJ. boxes of Hucklen's
Arnica Salve and my leg was sound
und well   aa   ever."    lor   Eruptions,
ozoraa, Tetter, Salt Rheum. Sores
ami all blood disorders Electric Bitter
has no rival on tiarth. Try them.
Canada Drug & liook Co. will guarantee satisfaction or refund money. Only
Mi cents.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always in
Wo carry a complete slock of Coast Flooring
Coillit-. Insitlo Finish, Turned Work, Sash ana
Doors. Speciul onler work will receive prompt
attention-   Mail ordors solicited.
Porto EiicoLumber Co.,
Hoad OI11cc-Ho-"1tvi and Vornon . t.  Nelson
Patenaude Bros.
|        & CO.
t ���������������������������
t       MADDEN    BLOCK
\  Cigars _.
|  Tobacco
X Phone 117 *
*********** ***************
J. C. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
BaKer Street Nelson. B. i\
A. R. BARROW, a. >.. i o.b
Provincial Land Surveyor
Oorner Viotoria and Kootenay fits.
P.O. Box b Tale-hone No.
For Rainbow Trout
T. G. Procter's houseboat ia now for
vent liy the duy or week. Special rates
for family parties. First-elnss c ook
and attendant iu oharge. Rates $2.50.
per day. Parties can get off boats
either going or returning from Nelson.
The bont for the next two weeks will
be stationed below the BrioUyard,
nearly opposite Procter.
Firstclass flshiti(?,swimming and boating. Apply to T. G. Procter, Baker
street, for further information.
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.
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have' a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors.
Inside Finish.
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT BAY. Ynrds, NELSON
and LAR1-0.
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.
W. H. BROWN & CO.,   .    NELSON
Construction Woik
Will pay the highest oash prioe for oil
kindB of seoond hand goods. Will buy
or sell anything from au onohoi to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oaipert-,
-licking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 300. Hall
;_*.reet, Nelwn.  B   ii
lie  sure and get the gennin.   BENNETT'S UUTTA PERCHA FUSE.nnt
something that looks   like   it.    Lawrence Hardware Co., AgeDts.
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
P. 0. Bxo 145 .t-nWi   B.U
Is   lame    or    interferes
bring  him   to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop,  Jo
sephine Street
East Kootenay's 1st Annual
Mineral, Agricultural
and Industrial Exhibition
Three Days   of  Instruction,   interest
and Enjoyment.
Minor il Exhibit, Bucking Contents,
Agricultural Exhibit, Horse Races. The
best program ever seen in the country,
See posters and circulars I'or further
particulars. Speomlly low return rail-
rates from all points.
A. W. M'VITTIE, Secretary.
N. E. T. CO.
R. ft R. BAND
By kind permission of Capt.
if fine.
Band Car and extra leave
Stanley street corner at 7:40
p. tn.
SMM lff~M.I!lii
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Moncrcal
Alliu. Line Au.triilaHian,  Aug. 17
Allan  Une Vr-.trn-lan.., Auk. 24
Allan Line Tunisian Aug 31)
Beavor Lino Lake Champluin Aug. lb
Beavor Line Lake McganUc   Aur. 23
From Portland, Mo.
Dominion Lino Dominion  August lb
Dominion Lino Cambroman Aug. 17
From Boston
Dominion Lino Now Kngland  August 11
Dominion Lino Commonwealth, Aug. 28
From New York
Whito Star Lino Coltie  . Aug. 13
White Star Line Majcwtic Aug, 14
White Star Lino Oceanic Aug. 21
Cunard Line Campania Aug. 10
Cunard Lino Umbria Aug. 17
American Lino St. Louis Aug. 11
Anchor Lino Anchoria Aug. 17
French Line La Bretagho Aug. 15
Hamburg American Aui.ii-.to Victoria Aug. 15
N. G. L. Eal' erin Maria Tboie.ua Aug. 13
For further particulars apply to
City Passongor Agout, Nelson, B. C.
General S.3. lVw.11. C.P.H. Offices. Winning
Spokane Falls &
-Northern R'v.
Nelson & Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red .-.cuntain R'v.
Winnipeg One Fare Round
August 20th to ~8th
On Account of Medical Association Convention.
Buffalo and Return
Good for sixty days, first
and third Tuesday, August,
September and October.
Through passenger trains between Spokane and Nelson. Buffet
service between Spokane and
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
tl .00 u.m Spokane 7 :38 p.m.
12 .^5 p.m Koseland 4 :10 p.ro
Hi:in a.m Nelson 0.05 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Waal
Agent, Nelson, B.C,
Advertisements Inserted -utter uil.-l head at
the ralrt ot otto cent a word per Insertion. No
a.lvrrti~.mr.it taken for It.--, than 25 cents,
Situation Wanted advertisements luscrtod
three tlmos frt-e of or.ii.r_o.
BAIiiiAIN I���Up-to-date   ladies' Hartford bicycle for sale  cheap.    Money
talks.    Apply Hike, Miner.
KOO-I TU RENT in K. \V. C,   Bloek.
ou .Inly 1st, corner room facing
Baker ami Ward street. Two rooms
cn suite on Ward st.,   ami   twti Inside
rooms.   Furnished    or   unfurnished,
Mrs. F. .1. Squire.
To RENT,���Rooms and office in   dement,   llillyer blook.   Apply to   the
Neluon I'llcetrie Tramway offices.
ROOM antl board in   private [family,
Apply on Siliea  street, second   door
wpst of Ward.
KOOM for   rent at
Silica street.
Mrs.   Melieath'-.
NELSON Employment Agoney.  llakcr
street.    Phone ^78.    J. II. Love.
WANTKn-Cook 880.   Waitress,   $:i~
. Six   Deckhand-,   Waiter,    Pantryman.    Railroad men for Lardo.   Cord-
wood Cutters $-.00 per cord.
Contracts taken   for   Diamond  Core
WESTERN    Canadian    Employment
Office. Vhone 27(1. II. A. Prosser.
WANTED.���Railroad laoorers.    Girls
for housework. Woman to Cook,
ten deck hands, six saw mill men,j^|J|
TENDERS Wanted for the erection of
Salvation Army Barracks, Victoria
street, Nelson. Hans antl specifications can he seen at the S. A. liar-
vacs. Tenders to be sent in not later
than August 15th, 1.01.
I'Kl.i: MiliiuK -OKI i',..|,.-iii>... ~ e arc
iiii.-loutt I,, secure a Tew- Tree mllllut; gold
liroperllcN ul once. Thc ����r<;.,|��ri-lor's ~\-
ulinngc, Nelsou, B. ���, Itoom 4, b.-W,-..
You shouldn't send out of town for
cards for yourself or yodr husband
until you see what The Miner can do
for you.
<iOI,��-KII.tF.lt..��ri>~ic!.! Ill   Mliii-H    mill
prOHpcr.tK wanted.  Bend report and sum
pl.t* lo tile l*rortper.lotr*H ~-eHtin~c. Ncl.stni.
B.C.   Itimiu ����� K.�����.-��'. iLl.L.i..
Lost���On Baker street Saturday evening, lady's gold watch, engraved
"M, M. V. to J. M. P." Finder will
be rewarded by notifying V. O. Box
2S, Nelson.
H. & M. BIRD
Mr. Ben Hodge's residence on Mill
street with four lots; five roo,ns down
stairs, thvee bedrooms aud large
bathroom upstairs. Eurnace just put
in���A well built and comfortable
home.   Terms of payment   easy.
See also list of houses and lots for
sale and residences for rent at door of
our offices next to MoArthur's on Baker street.
NKLSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. ft
M. meoLa ~.eccmd Wcdncsduy iu
month.   ViKitinK brothern wclcomo
I. O. O. F. Kootonay Lodgo
No. 10, meet* every Monday night,
at theii: Hull, Kootenay Btreet
Soiournintr Odd Fellow., cordially invitod.
John A, MeRae, N.G.   D, W. Kuthurl'onl, V.G
Frod J. Squire, Por. See.
Nclwon Royal Arch Chapter No. 12;., ii. R. C.
Meets third Wednesday. -Sojourning eompan
ioni. invited. George Johnntono, /. K. W.
Matthews. 8, K.
NKLSON LODGE  No.25, K.of P.
h?WpeetB in K. of P. hall. Oddfellows block
t.l.stand thire Tuesday ovoninK of dKch
flmottth at 8 o'clock.
All visiting knight- cordially  invito
Wm. Irvine, C.C.
a. t. Park, k.of K. una...
Nelson Bnoa puient No. 7. Meets evenr 2ml
and 4th Friday of each month, in Odd FefloWH
Hall, coiner Raker nnd Kootenay streotn,
Nolson. A. II. Ulemonts, t'. P.; D. MoArthtu
It. S.   Visiting brothers always wel��ym-��i
NKLSON   L. O. L. No. 1603  meets in Km-
icrnlty Hall un lirst anil third Friday evenings
of each month at a o'clock. Visiting member
cordially invited. W. W, Bradley. W. IC.
A, Minty, 11. H.	
NKLSON AKHIK No. 22, F. O. K., wools
every second and fourth Wednesdays of each
in onth. Visiting members cordially iuvit.
Charles Prosser. Secretary.
Kootenay Ten* No. 7, K. O. T. M,, hold their
regular meetings in Fraternity Hail, I. o. o. K.
bloek, on tho 1st and 8rd Thursdays of each
n.onth. Visiting brethren cordially invitod to
attend. Ci. A. Hrown, H. IC; A. P. Purdy, Com.
H. J.Bteel,D.s,0,
COURT KOOTKNAY, 1. O. F., No. ��i:ib.
Meetings Ith Thursday cf month. Fraternal
hall, J A Irving C It.   P. H. Fleming. U.H
Nolson Court Star o( Kootenay, A. O. F.
Meets 2nd and 1th Wednesdays In every
month. Visiting brethren welcome. W. Miu-.-
Mlllan, O.K.   Robert McLeod, Sec,
1st and 8rd Wednesday evenings of
each month at Fiatorttiiy hall,
oorner of Haker and Koolonay
HlroetH. Visiting brethorn conlially invited.
KuwAitu Maci.kon. Secretary.
MININti HBKIKl.lt. #-T-B. l'l 111.11
Wl-dermm. Mi-en.  Carreiiiion-e-O.-olloUtuI
WINJ1K.HM_.UI-. d. a
Are yon in want? If yon are, tell
the people, through The Miner want
column, what you are iu want of
You'll get it.
aV\ n. m. Cuiuinlna, Lewee-Everr known
variety of nufi-nut-,. . U liux 88. Tohiplioue
.Nu. Jl. Hoovur blroL.L, NuUoi.. UolUoi-ll uf Hit?
union., SU Ltiuit Hut SpriuKH Mineral Wuler
C1ANK Sc MACUONAL1I (H. Cano, Junto
' A. M_~lon.il-)���Architect- tiutl MUDerin
undents, ~ro_tm Hill Blook, coruor linker and
v\ urii Sireota, ,\ i:i���o>i
HJ. KVANS & CO.-Baker StreeU Nel
��� son���Wholesale dealers in liquoro, el-
Kara, oement, lire brick and tiro clay, w_t_r
pilLo nnd meet rails, and general commission
Wholesale and retail dealera tn grain,
lttty, Hour, feed. Mills at Victoria, New West,
nnuLstor; l-.iii.HmH.it, Alia. KlovalorB on Calgary and Kiiiiium.uii Kailway. Manufacturers
ol Iho celebruled li. Sc K. brand cereoto.
A MACDONALD & Oo.~-ornor Fron
. and Hall Slreets���Wbolesale grooer
und jobbers in blankets, gloves, milts, boot-
rubbers, muckinaws and miners' sundries.
PBUKN8 & Co.-Baker StreeU Nelson���
.   Wholesale dealers iu fresh and cured
moat-.   Cold Storage.
Baker StreeU Nelson���Wholesale doers in frosh and cured meals.
Street, Nolson ��� Wholesale dealats in
hardware, miners' supplies, sporting goods
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Van
couver Hardware Co, Ltd.) Baker Street,
Nelson���Wholesale dealers in hardware and
mining supplies, plumbers' and tinsmiths' sup
__. paints, oils and glass; mechanics' tools.
Agents foi Ontario Powder Works; .ynatruto
r�� .UHNKK, BKKTON & Co.-Cornor Vernon
Jl. and Josephine Streets, NcIhoil���Whole
salo dealors in liquors, cigars, and dry goods.
Agents for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
aud Calgary Browing Co. of Calgary.
UDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholesalo grooerio.
and liquors etc., Baker StreeU Nelson.
UHlce cornor Hall and .front Btruets
Nelson���Lumber, ceiUn_r, llooring, and every
i lung in wood for building purpoeei.. Get our
price-,,   (.orrotspondenco Holicitod.
rp GALLON fe eo.-Dealer_. In oro
X ��� and twinc.1. Always a largo sto
hand. Telephone 295. Koom ._. K.-W.-C
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
To AH Eastern Points via
Lake Route, All-Rail or Soo
Line, via St. Paul or Chicago.
BUFFALO. $76.00.
Sixly    Days'    Limit.
Good going August 6th, 20.
Through Sleeping Cars Kootenay Ldg. to Toronto. Arrowhead to Vancouver.
For pamphlets deBcriptive of Canadian PnciUo tours and for Time Tables,
Hates, TicktiU,  apply
H. L. Brown,
City Passenger Agent,
J. S. Oartkr,
IHh. Pub. Agt.
E. J. OirvLK.
A. (i. P. A.
Vancouver Nelson Daily Miner, Tuesj.y, August .3, 1901
Picnic   and
Tlvs is the Picnic
season and we arc
prepared for it with
Lunch Baskets. We
have the daintily made Japanese-
Basket that makes the toothsome
sandwich appear so enticing; we
have the Pressed Fibre Lunch Basket in three sizes, from 25c to 35c.
and we have the Family Lunch Basket, that carries such a lot ol good
things and ,. akes everybody tired.
Come and take your choice while
he stock is complete.
Pianos to Kent at ST per month.
ing home after thc dance. The boat
jlub intend giving a sen's of dances
and entertainments during the fall
and winter, with the objeet of raising funds towards the big regatta
which is to bu held here next yea  r.
Ilorn in Nelson. August 12th, to th
wife of Will .1. Ilateli, a daughter.
The water in the lake '"as fallen
two feet in the last two days, the out
er end of the city wharf now being
about a foot above the water.
An order for in deckhands was sent
in to Nelson yesterday fur the steamship Minto, which is to be put into
commission 011 the Upper Arrow lake.
Owing to the burning of the
bridge between Nakusp and Kosebery
.ill freight lhat, usually goes in
through Nakufp to the Slocan is now
being sent by way of Slocan Jonelion.
Forest tires are raging in many
parts of the Kootenays, as well as in
other parts of the province. At pres-
en the nearest one to Nelson is about
ten miles northwest in the mountains,
Passengers on the International yes-
teiday reported that a large forest, fire
is raging on the Bhoro of the lake
near Soda creek. The main lake is
covered with impenetrable clouds of
Two ladies who had intended entering an otlice on Ward streot yesterday
were so engrossed in conversation that
they passed the door and entered the
Otlice Saloon, to the great surprise of
both themselves and the bartender.
Messrs. o. Mewling and .las. Johnstone visited the Miner olliee yesterday
with some of the largest and linest
gooseberries ever seen in Nelson, also
soma most lucious peaches, all grown
on the ranches of these gentlemen
across the lake.
Civic employees yesterday were employed in nutting up clusters of elee
trie lights ou the wharf, which will
make a great and much needed improvement, much appreciated by passengers of the steamers coming arid
going at night.
Twelve men are now at work in the
Mansfield quart; at Kaslo getting out
stone for the Nelson postofiice building. A barge of cut stone will arrive
at Nelson this week, a number of the
workmen on the building being idle
until after its arrival.
What is considered by many as the
best picture of Nelson that, has yet
been secured is on exhibition in the
window of a llaker street photographer. The picture is 10x^0 inches,
and although not, taking in the whole
town gives an excellent idea of it.
A number of pack horses were sent
up to the Kobiu Hood milio yesterday
by II, I, Steeper, with supplies. Thu
property is three miles south of the
city on the Nolson & Fort Sheppard
railway. Nine men are at work
at present tunnelling on the property.
The extra wcuk holidays for the
school children ami teachers has been
granted on account of tho hot woath-
ei. For somo years tbe teachers
throughout the province have made application to have tlie vacation extended but no permanent arrangement has
yet been made.
The  Congregational   Sunday-Bohuoi
excursion to Uonnington Falls llii
Thursday will give anglers a good opportunity to enjoy tho excellent fishing to be had in that district. Tbe
lirst train leaves the eity at 7.80 a.
111., and a special leaves at 1.30 p. m.
Returning the trains will arrive in
Nelson at 8.40 and 8.80.
A meeting of the vnrious oommit-
teees of the members of thu local
Christian Fndeavorers was held last
evening at the Methodist churnli to
arrange for the coining convention to
be held hore. There was a good attendance, Mr. 'I'. Brackman,president,
being in tbe chair. Some changes in
the membership .if the committees
were made, and other business transacted.
Arrangement s lor  the boat  club's
dance tonight are complete, nnd the
committee anil momberB generally are
hoping tbat a large number will lake
advantage of tbe opportunity to enjoy
a pleasant evening, It is open to all
having tickets, the price of which to
members in ,1 nnd to non-memberS
81.SO, ladies fr:'0. There will be a
first class orchestra and refreshments
will be serveLl free. Special ears will
Jie in readiness to  lake   those attend*
W. Hail. Mcllnrg. barrister of Rossland, is at the l'hair.
3 Lynch, of th. Referendum mine,
was in town Sui dai  on business,
James 1). Bword M. B., is in the
city from Greenwood, lie is registered at the Phair.
K. S. Taylor, K. C, left for the
coast Sunday, to attend the sitting of
the Supreme Court.
M. 0. II. Eshbaugh, of tbe International Correspondence School.came
in from Sandon on Sunday anil left
yesterday for his homo in Kossland.
M,-. II. o. Barnaby, of St. .lohn, N.
II., .who has been spending a few
nays in Nelson left yesterday afternoon lor Kaslo, en route for   the east.
W. F. McCreary, M. P., for Selkirk, left last evening for Kast Kootenay. Ho will spend a few days at
Cranbrook and Fernie before continuing bis journey east.
Mr. and Mrs. Crompton   and A.f T.
Crompton, .Ir., a party of tourists
from New York, who have been travelling through the province are stopping at tho Hume.
George Ferguson, proprietor of the
Pacific Transfer Co., who has been con-
lined to tlie house by iilness for the
past week, was well enough to return
to work yesterday.
Miss Jennie Irwin and Mrs. H. M.
Vincent left via Spokane for the east
yesterday. Miss Irwin goes to Col-
'liugwooil.and Mrs.Vinsent to London,
their former homes. They will he
absent some months.
Rev. A. C. Crew.?s, Toronto, general
secretary of lipwort. Leagues and
Sunday Schools, of the Methodist
church in Canada, will arrive in Nelson at the end of tbis week, and arrangements are ueing made to hold a
young people's rally at the Methodist
church   to   welcome   him.
large parly   of ladies and gentle-
llie latter being mostly members
1 cricket and boat clubs, went up
e Mountain depot  on   Sunday   to
say   farewell to   Mr.   F.   ForbeB   who
went   out by the N. & F. S.   railway
for Spokane   en   route  to   the   coast.
Alter  a   vacation   there   Mr.   Forbes
will leave fir a town   some 700   miles
up the Vang tse Kiang   river,    China,
to take a position with a syndicate.
A quiet wedding took place in St.
Saviouis church yesterday when Mr.
Wm. No.-thgraves of Trail was united
in holy matrimony to Miss Lydia
Hoover", who lately arrived in Nelson
from Barrle, Ontario. Tbe marriage
was solemnized by the Rev. B. Flewelling, nt present in charge of St.
Saviours. Mr. S. Jl. Brydges acted
the part of guardian and gave away
the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Northgraves
will make their home in Trail.
tin papers have to say of Sells &.
Gray's United Shows which are to
give two performances in Nelson on
Monday next, is apparently convincing proof that the man who buys a
ticket to this show will icceive more
than the equivalent of its price in fun
and amusement. The Birmingham
Iiaily News gave the show a column
complimentary notice, and expressed
the epitome of its opinion in the first
line of a livel ine head reading, "It's|
a Gieat Show." The next morning
the Birmingham Age Herald said:
"(Ireat ciowda witnessed   two   clean,
first performances of Sells & Gray's
show yesterday, and everybody was
delighted.'' Every feature of the
show is praised, from the marevlous
acrobatic feats of the six Eddys to the
comical doings of the clowns.
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Shortest nnil quickest route to the east and all
p_into_ntheO.it, fc N. and Northern l'a-
cill.- Railways In Washington, Oregon uud
Southern -Lilts,
Time Card Effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
8:30 a. >n. Lv. Kuslo Ar. .:00 p.m.
10:54 p.m. AT. -nation Lv. 1:15 p. 111.
Yesterday's locations at the
olliee were: Freemont, on the
between Sheep and Summit creeks,
by William Sachcr; North Star, on
Fern Mounain, abtut five miles east
of Hall Siding, by L. E. Macdonald;
Northwest, on Procter mountain,north
side of Pen d'Oreille river, N. Hart-
man ; B.S., on Procter mountain, Fred
Adie; W. S., Procter mountain, M.
E. Adie. CertilieateB of work, to
John Phillips, ou Union Jack and SI.
Ola; to John Johnson, on Overman.
Transfers���A half interest each in the
Buffalo and Chicago claims, from J.
Denvers to Peter Sylvester, the consideration being 8260.
Int Nav- & Trading Co-
BiSOp.rn.Lv. Nolson        Ar. UiflO a. ra.
..i:in p. 111. Ar. Kuslo Lv. TtOO u. nl.
Connecting at IWvo Milo Point wiili Nelson
& Fmi I'honpard Hallway both to ami from
Uossinatl, otc.	
Steamer from Nelson leavo. K. lt. ��� N.
wharf, Kuslo, H. c.. 1. for Lardo on Mondays,
U'uil'.osilujs lliilI _riduyB at 11:80 p. m, return-
Ins the same ovening, ,
Tickets sold to all purl- in Untied State- anil
Canada via Urea! Morthorn and O. R. Sc N.
Co.'s linos.
Oooall steamship t'ekote and rules via all
lines will lie furnished on application.
For further particulars oall on or addre&a
M.nn.ar.   KnHln.B. C
O. IC Tackaiiuuv Agent. Nelson, B.C.
r. n. r.
Can be engaged for summer months for Excursions, Picnics, Lawn Socials or anything that requires music.
Wambold's Orchestra
For Halls, Parties, Receptions, Banquets, etc. Regular
prices.   All are members of Local No 94, A.  F. 01 M.
Musical Protective Association.    Apply to,I.   11.   POL-
LAKH, at E. J. Robin's Tailor Shop, linker Street.
"Zhe TRottal Bank ot Canafca"
.aiillnl  Anthorini'd,
of th.
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to tbe SOth day of
August, 1801, for the purchase of the
stock in tiade of general merchandise, book debts, business and good
will of the late William Thomas
Beadles, of Salmo, and Erie, B. C,
storekeeper. The property consists of
a two-Btorey frame building at Erie,
with a stock of general merchandise,
and a stock of general merchandise at
Intending purchasers may bid for
the whole  or either of the stocks.
Stock lists and  inventories   can   he
seen on application to James lianner-
man at Erie, H. C.
Dated this 18th day,of July, 1901.
Solicitors for   James   Lawrence,   Administrator of the estate of William
Thomas TSeadles.
Incorporated 1869.
.   1. :t,_oi>,omi.ui> I -annul I'ul.Ntui,    ,   .    .     S'i.mm.non.iHi
Hoard of n_r_-U~m    Phtima. K. __mny. President 1 Thomas Kltohlo. Vioe-Pretldotil.
Wiley Smith H. Q. Bauld, Uut.. -iivlit MaoKeon.
Until ttl-rn, llulllu-i
General Manager, Sa-uaU Pease, Montroal.
Superintendent ot Branches, and SGcrutitry, w. B, Torrance. HalilaT,
Itrini    es t
; cli.e���Montreal.   (Cily   Ofiicol,   Montreal
West End (Cor. Not.ro   lluine and ~i>i;->
nours -irootsi; Wostmo'int (Cor. Greouo
Avenue and St. Catharines -treet,
Cooling  anil   refreshing���Ironbrew.
In thc estate of Kobert Easson,
Spokane, who died at Lovvision. Idaho, owning one-fifth share in the Slocan Hoy mineral claim, tho will was
proved antl registered in Ihe Supreme
Court, ut Nelson yesterday, and the
estate transferred to his widow, Mrs.
Holla EaBson. In chambers yesterday
morning before Judge Forin, in the
case of Thurston vs. Weyl, applica'
tion was made for the appointment
of a commission to lake thc evidence
of witnesses who are at present in
France. Objection was taken to the
affidavits tiled by the defendant,as being''largely founded on information
and belief, and did not state the
source of thc information, therefore
could not bo used." The judge uo-
held tbe objection and au order was
inatlo for the defendant to file a fresh
affidavit, Hi" application to stand over
until this was done.
In the estate of David Strachan, deceased of Revelstoke, probate was applied lor, but the case was enlarged
until the next sitting on Thursday
ln the l-ko of Kennedy vs. Me-
Dougall, W. A. Galliher for the defendant, application was inatlo to
bave the action dismissed for want of
prosecution. The action was dismissed, miier to he entered   in one week
In Lawr vs. Dyers, W. A. (lallihei
for plaintiff, A. M. Johnson for defendant, an action over a dispute In a
plastering contract, whioh was tried
in thc county court, somo time ago,
argument was heard yesterday. Judgment reserved.
Made by Thorpe & Co.���ironbrew.
Before Mayor Fletcher, who is acting as police magistrate in the absence
of Mr. Crease, tleo. II. Fisher, a
prospector, was given ten days for
John Rogers, who finished an eigh-
tcen months' sentence a few days ago,
was brought, up f"r diunkennesB, the
case being remanded till today
The proprietor of tbo Eagle barber
shop. .1. McMahon, is summoned to
appear '.inlay for having bis_ Btore
open on Sunday.
When a man makes an investment
nowadays, whether it be for a luxury
or necessary, in trade or for amusement, he wants to know whether ho
is to'get   his   money's   worth.    What
Certificates of Improvements
Venus nnd Saturn Fraction Mineral
('hums, situate in the Nelson Mining
Division of West Kootenay District,
Where looated���On Morning Mountain.
TAKE NOTIOE that I, F. C. Green,
acting as agent for the VenUB Gold
Mining Company, Limited, Free Miner's Certificate No.B50,.eS, intend sixty
dayB from the date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Rooorder for Certificates of
Improvements, for the purpose ot obtaining Crown Grants of the above
And further take notice that aetion,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificates
of Improvements.
Dated this _flth dny of July, A. D.
1901. F. 0. GREEN.
"Kaffir" Mineral Claim, situate jn
the Goat River Mining Division of
West Kootenay District.
Where looated : On the Crow's Nest
Pass Railway, about 8 miles north of
Take urtice that I, J. D. Anderson,
P. L. 8., of Trail, B.C., agent for W
.1. Ledingham, Free Miner's Certificate
No. B. UH57S, intend, sixty tlllys from
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for tbe purpose ol obtaining a
Crown Grant of the above claim.
And farther take notiee that action
under section 27, must he commenced
before the iseuance of suck Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 23rd day of July, A. D.
HiOl; ... D. ANDERSON.
' 'Iron Silver nnd Silver Queen" Mineral Claim, situate in the Nelson Mining Division nf West Kootenay District.
Where located : On Craig Mountain.
near Craigtown.
Take notice that I, J. 1). Anderson,
P. L. S., of Trail, B. 0., agent for
George Davis, Free Miner's Certificate
No. B381I0, and John H. Nolan, Free
Miuei's Certificate No. BB0U11, intend,
sixty days from the dale hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose (if obtaining a Orown Grant of the
above claim.
Aud further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commeuced
before tbe issuance of such Certificate
of lmpiovenieneB.
Dated this 18th day of July, A. D.
1801. J. D. ANDERSON.
Hunker Hill, Sullivan, antl Fidelity
Mineral Claims situate in the Nelson
Mining Division of West Kootenay district.
Where located���On the West North
Folk of Salmon River, about five miles
from Red Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE that I, R. Smith, F.
M. 0. f:ri762B, acting as agent for S, A.
Cameron, F. M. C. OotlSOB and Wm.
Griffith, F. M. O, 55832B. intend sixty
days from the date hereof, to npply to
the Mining Recorder for Certificates of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Giants of the above
And further take notice tbat action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificates
of Improvements.
Dated this 1st day of August,   A.  D
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
mid 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
antl ull points West ami South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:15 am
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, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season nf navigation East
hound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North-West
and North-Land of theNortheru 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 Ry., Kaslo & Slocan
Ky., Kooterai Railway & Navigation
Co . or to
H. A. JACKSON. ComT Agent,
Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TACKAHURY. Local Agent,
Nelson. B fl
'ova   Rrotla-IIalUa::   Bnuifih,   _ntis'0iii"l-
Bridgewater, Guy-bom !,. ndonderry, i,n
ennui-it. Matuand (Hum*. Co.l, Piotou, Port
Huwltusbary, Sydney. Slmbenucadic.Truro,
Hew   Brummie- ��� Untlim. t,    Dorchester,
Fredorloton. Kins-ton iKe.nl. O0.1, Alone
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Koiiublie, Wash.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   RoBSlafid,     anconver,
Vancouver East Ead, ��icto~ia.
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Trust and Savings Bank.  Baa -r-n.lico���First National Hunk.   Homlnn, Ens.���Bank of
Scotland.  Paris, France���Credit Lyonnala.  Bermuda���Bank of pnrmnda.  < ���iii,,- ami...
nun���Hunt! Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation,   gpoben.���Old National Hunk.
General Banking Busine.s Transacted) Sterling Bills of Exchange   (tough
r.nd Sold, Lst.ters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on tbe most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
Certificates of Improvements
Gold Standard Mineral Olaim situato
iu tlie Nelson Mining Division ol West
Kootenay District.
Where located���On Toad Mountain,
north east of Silver Kinu; Mine.
TAKE NOTICE that t, F. C. Green,
acting as agent for A. II. Kelly, Free
Miner's Cevtilionte No. B60454, intend,
sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to Ihe Mining Recorder for a Certificate of I in)irovemeuts, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of tbe
above claim.
Antl (urthor take notice that action,
under section 117, must lie coinmeuceil
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvement a.
Dated this2__b day of .Inly, A. D.
1901. F. 0. GRIOEN.
"Dora' Mineral Claim, situate in the
NelHon Mining Division of West Kootenay District,
Where looated: on Ornig Mountain, near
Tako notico that 1, .lohn D. Anderson, P. ti. S.. of Trail, 11. O., agont for
Herbert Portlri Free Miner's certificate No. li i"iol",!), intend 60 days
from the ilato hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a certificate of
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of tho abov.
And further tako notico that notion,
nnder section 87 must he cominenoecl
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvement..
Dated this 1st day of July A. D.,
"Warfare" Mineral Claim, situato in
the Nelson Mining Division ol West
Kootenay District.
Where located : Ou Craig Mountain,
near Craigtown.
Tako notice that I, ,1. D. Anderson,
P.L.S., of Trail, B.C., agent for Mrs.
Katharine Seed, Free Miners' Certili-
No. B66,071, William Seed, Free Miners' Certificate No. BoG,lS8, and Gideon
Mntltne, Free Miners' Certificate No.
B5671, intend, (HI days from
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for tbe purpose of obtaining
a Orown Grant of tho above olaim.
And further tako notice tbat action,
under section 117, must be commenced
before tbo issuanoe of snch Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this oth day of July, A. D.
Gold, Silver-Lead  and  Copper Mines wanted at tlie EXCHANGE.
FREE MILLING UUL1) 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 have promising mineral
claims in liritisli Columbia.
Prospectors and mining ir.cn are requested to make the EXCHANGE their headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
Telephone No. 104.
P. O. BOX 700.
0    Telepnono No. 104.  P. o. Box 700. NELSON, B. C.
rf /^utAti[,
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<rc -I'tU-Pij, A/ defi/
(M-t-tHrliJ   fCti/       ' ��� <���
Every lit uscwife who
takes delight in a
spick ami span kitchen will find what she
wants in our stock of
The shining quality
of the surface is indicative of the superior merit of the
goods through and
Certificate of Improvements
Ema Mineral Claim, situate in the
Nelson Mining Division of West, Kootenay District.
Whero Located:���Un North Fork of
Wild Horse Creek, six miles from N.
c. F. S   Railway.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, F. S. Cements acting as agent for Wm. Douglas, Free Miners' Certificate No. B.
50077, intend sixty days from the date
hereof, to apply to the Mining l(e-
corder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant si the above claim.
Antl further take notice that action,
under section 117, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this :17th day of Julv, A. D.,
1901. V. fi. CLEMENTS.
Custom House Broker and Employment
Ollice. Telephone 14. P. O. liuy 588,
Stanley Street, Nelson, B. O,
Certificate of Improvements
Gold Tip Mineral claim, situate in
the Nelson Mitring Division of West
Kootenay Distiict.
Where located���Ou Toad Mountain,
north ot Silver King mine.
TAKE NOTICE that I, V. O. Green,
acting as ngem. lor A. H. Kellv, I .M.G
B5_4_. and A. H. Buchanan, P. M. 0.
No. l,r~!0_], intend, sixty da.H from the
date hereof, to npply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the above claim,
Antl further take notice that action,
under section .17, must bo commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of July, A. D.
Ift'l. F. 0. Greeu.
Mines Examined and Reported On.
Mining Engineer-
Room ., K, W.C. Illock,
Nelson, B. C.


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