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 provincui Library _3loo
Daily Edition No.  iot.6
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Wednesday,  July 24, 1901
Eleventh  Year
ford,   1".     C.   Ingram,   B.   J.   Steel,
Lieut     T     Brown,   (captain).   J. G.
-r>~TT_T{N     �� rt A T1\T Simpson, L. Gobey, J. Uac.   (leo   M.
WllNb   AVjAHN .Phillips, range officer.
Results of Yesterday's Trial
Yacht Races���Light and
Flukey  Winds.
Canadian Bicycle Rider Wins
at Baltimore���General
Sporting News.
New Haven, Conn., July 2.1.���Again
today the Constitution proved faster
than the Co'uinbia in light airs and
tlnky weather. It was in tlio first
siiuadron run of the New York Yaciit
Club from Huntingdon to Morris Cove,
the trip being remarkable for tho
wind which boxed the compass completely Ironi east, northeast to west,
southwest, from li o'clock in the morning, until 7 o'clock in the evening.
The racers started out close hauled
on the starboard tack. The wind
grew free and sheets were eased broad
cIT. The Constitution crossed the
starting lice lirst at 11.3.. :35 the Columbia at 11..!ii :!>3. The Constitution
had the windward position and
quickly overtook tlie large lleot which
had gotten away earlier. The wind
was so light that it barely filled the
lower sails of the big sloops and they
seemed to derive most of tbeir headway from the olub topsails which were
full when the other sails wore Happing.
As the wind shifted the canvas was
tiiiiiined to meet it. At 1 o'clock
while the Constitution was tacking,
the Co Hi in bi a got a lucky streak of
wind and ran past ber getting a lead
of a quaiter of a mile. Hor advantage
wus short lived, however, for at 1.35
p. m. the wind once again lilleil the
Constitution's sails and sue glided to
the front in a wonderful maun, r nuu
maintained her lead to the finish increasing it constantly. On elapsed
time she won by live minutes and 10
seconds and by four minutes six
seconds, corrected time, the length of
the course being 88 miles.
Chicago, 111., July 33.���The Milwaukee, of Milwaukee, ciosscd tlie
line first today in the third trial race
for the Canada cup. Uer victory was
complete us stio passed over the line
and bent the Cadillac and Illinois by
about six minutes. The race today
was over a triangular course 21 miles
|n length, each leg of the course being seven miles. The wind blew at
eight miles from the northeast and increased to 12 miles. Thc start was not
as even as yesterday's. Thu Milwaukee was first over ut 1.80.-0. Illinois
catching a favorable broe/.u made a
rapid spurt which carried her around
the buoy far in tho lead, beating Milwaukee to this point by six minutes.
Al the end of the second leg, the
Milwaukee had made up the six minutes and wus again in Hie lead, ( a
position she held to the finish. Illinois was second, Detroit third, Cadillac
fourth, with the Minolu, Orion and
Prairie far behind.
Ciood progress is being made in tho
| enlargement ofthe Granby smelter,
j and material and machinery is arriving all the time suys the Grand Fork
Gazette. The big crusher and sampler building is now almost complete,
and the work of installing the
crusher and elevator machinery is well
underway. A good part of the steel
frame work for the furnnco and converter buildings has arrived, aud the
worn of placing this is position will
probably he commenced very shortly,
it being desired to advance the work
as rapidly as possible. Within the
next couple of, weeks the work of
raising the steel frame work should be
well under way, and then one can
get some adequate idea of the enormous proportions of the enlargement
which is being made. The two furnaces now in operation are running
very smoothly, and an excellent grade
of matte is being turned out. With
tne two new furnaces in operation
the plant will tako a f-ont rank as a
matte producer, and the Granby company's mines will be placed in tbe
first place as producers, either in
the Boundary or tho Kootenays.
weeks I was without coal or vest, except when I went into a dining cur or
districts of   Brooklyn   it was  almost
Report of the Weather Bu
reau at Washington Regarding Drought.
Excessive Rains in  South
eastern States-Conditions Varying.
Pittsburg, la., July 23.���It is up-
serted tonight on good authority that
papers are being prepared by Persifer
F, Smith, manager of tne Steel Sheet
Co., to go ioto the United States superior court tomorrow for the purpose
of securing an injunction against the
strikers to prevent tbem from interfering in any way with the operation
of the company's plant, Following
this, the rumor is in circulation that
a carload of men will run in to Wells-
ville tomorrow to supplant the. force
now at work. This latter story has
not been vorfied.
According to strike leadeis, the offi
eia's of thc _ Wollsville mill are apparently seeking to bring on  an   open
pi_n_ii_   -fl 'ftn-Ak  V-     ,...�����- ..��.*._ ..:.! o*
the sheriffs' deputies and if possible
the militia. Earnest and renewed
warning have been sent to the strikers to keep within the law.
General Passenger Agent F. I.
Whitney, of tho Great Northern, has
announced the discontinuance of the
passenger service on the Kootenai Valley road, effective August 1. With
the discontinuance of tho passenger
train to Bonncrs Ferry through passenger service over the Spokane FrIIb
& Northern from Spokane to Nelson
will probably be inaugurated. A
mixed train will prob&bly be provided for local passenger service between
Spokane ami Bonners Ferry.
Baltimoie, Mil , July 88.--A.ohle
MuKuehran, the Canadian bicycle rider, defeated Albert Champion, the
Fienchman in a :~)milo motor paced
race tonight on tlio "bowl" track at
the   Coliseum,     finishing     IK     laps
ahead, In 88.87).!
Albany, N. Y. July 23.���John Marshall, of Brooklyn, the nonunion
motor man who took out the second
car for the United Truotion company
on May 1, during the strike on the
lines of tho company and who was
mobbed and his skull fractured, has
sued the tiaction company i'or 830,000
for the injuries which he received.
Yesterday's baseball games
National League���
Brooklyn, 8| New York, 3.
Boston, 1 . Philadelphia, 2.
Chicago, 0: St. Louis, a.
Cincinnati, 2; Pittsburg, B,
American League-
Boston, lit Milwaukee, 7.
Washington, 4; Cleveland.
Phiudelphla, Hi Chicago, 10,
Eastern League���
Worcester, ��; Hartford, 7,
wont as
The two teams who will shoot this
Saturday in the Military League
match are as follows:
First Team���N. T.  McLeod, I). Mc
Kay, Dr. G. A. 11. Ball, A. Clinic, J.
D. Tinluss, II.Bird, (captain), F. E.
Weir, .1.  Mackenzie, Alex   Grant,    .1.
Second Team���1).    n.    Lewis,  II. K.
Mueduniiell, 11. .1. ltobie, II. A. Lang-
Robcrt. Shcody, of Spokane, is a
guest at the Waverley hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Beaton arrived
I last evening on the Spokane train
from Sua-tie, and uro guests at the
Hume hotel.
Stipendiary Muglstrate E. A. Crease
left yesterday on a throe week's vaoa-
tlon'to the coast, where he will visit
friends lit Victoria and Vancouver and
other coast cities.
(1. Noel Brown, of London, England, arrived in the eity last evening
and is a gueHt at the Phair hotel. He
was in the oity three years ago and
has just returned from a business trip
tu Japan,
A. J. Loitch, of Oak Lake, is in the
eity and Is a giieBt at the Phair hotel.
Be I-A brother of Archibald Leitoh
of Cranbrook, who is president and
manager of the Cranbrook Lumber
Co., in which ho is also interested ns
well us in a Hour milling business at
Oak Luke
Mr. D. U. McLean of this city left
for Phoenix last evening where he has
secured the contract of plastering ono
of the new blocks being orcetud ln
that rising and progressive town.
Mr. Paddock, who has been the
bead cutter at P. Burns & Co.'s for
the last two years, left for Spokane on
Monday evening liiBt. lie wns accompanied by his wife, and they will
make their future homo under thu
banner of the Stars and Stripes.
Washington, July 2 .���The weather
bureau's summary of crop conditions
issued today says: "The drought
has been greatly Intensified during
the pust week and its area largely increased. Missouri, Kanas, Oklahoma
and portion of Nebraska have suffered
most, but tbe conditions are now
critical from the lake region, cential
Ohio valley and Tennessee, to the
middle Rocky mountains region la-
eluding tho greater part of Texas.
Portions of the middle and souther
Atlantic states continue to suffer from
excessive moisture, but. very favorable temperatures nave been experienced in these districts and also on
the Pacitio coast. The outlook for
corn is less favorable than at the close
of the previous week. In Nebraska,
Kansas, Oklahama and Missouri early
joru is practically ruined. With early
and abundant rain in these states,
late corn would probably make half
crop or less. The condition of the
crop in Iowa is more favorable than
in the before mentioned states and
copious rains with moderate temperatures within a week would greatly
Improve prospects for a large part of
the crop. In Illinois, Indiana, Ohio,
Kentucky and Tennessee more particularly the western portioUB of the
last two named states corn is now seriously in need of rain. In  Illinois the
crop has not yet sustained ir.,.��t ilum-
age urn   wu.   .     ���~(,^i��l(y   reduced
unless the drought is not ended. In
the middle Atlanttic states the conditions have been highly favorable for
corn and its condition is fuither improved. Moisture has caused considerable injury to winter wheat in tbe
middle Atlantic states. The spring
wheat harvest has begun over the
southern portion of the spring wheat
region whereas a result of premature
ripening the yield is much   impaired.
0;er the northern portion where is
crop is now ripening its condition continues promising.
Harvested oats have suffered some
injury in shock from moisture in the.
middle Atlantic states and the unhar-
vested erop from premature ripening
in the northwest while rust has caused injury in New York and Pennsylvania. Good yields are reported from
th upper Ohio valley. Haying is
nearly finished and a fine crop has
been secured in north Dakota, Min-
ncBota, the lako region, Ohio valley,
portions of the middle Atlantic states
and New England. Throughout the
central valley's prospects for apples
have beeu reduced aud no further Improvement Is expected from New England and the middle Atlnntio states.
On the whole the fruit outlook is not
Names  of   the   Successful
Pupils of the Nelson
Public School.
Nelson  Oarsmen Arrive
Shawnlgan  Lake and
Start Practice,
Victoria, B. C,��� July 23.���The high
school entrance examination results
were given out today. The Buccessful
pupils at. Ntlson being as follows:
Maximum, 1,000���Bessie S. White,
030; Ivy Johnstcne, 030; Annie Fawcett, 000; Ross Fleming, 595; Laura
East, 5.1, James B. Ferguson, 504 ;
Douglas Petit, 530. The Central
school presented eight ^candidates of
whom seven were successful.
Victoria, B, C, July 23.���Nelson
fours arrived here and went at once
up the E. ._ N. railway to Shawnlgan
Lake were they are practicing hard.
Some apprehension is felt by the local
oarsmen as thc up-country scullers
are an unknown qfiautity. The regatta, which opens Friday promises to
be a big event.
Victoria, B. C, July 23.���There are
15 entries for the Provincial rifle meet
here on Thursday, the largest on
Vancouver, B., C. .Inly 23.���Every
indication points to murder in the
case of Wm. Young, said a passenger
who arrived by today's train from
Lillooet with an Indian named Yaken,who brought tlie first news of the
tragedy to thc authorities at Lytton.
Yakon said to the informant of your
correspondent that be slept but 40
of the "tra11 l'le deceased on the night
ing the deceased were co vena ~W W
one blanket. The Indian describing
the supposed murder in his own
way suid: "One shot, (then he
pointed to bis forehead), anothen
(this time he pointed to the oentre of
his chest) another shot (he pointed to
his left side.)" Yaken speaks very
imperfect English but be evidently
wishes to convey the impression that
Wm. Young was killed by his companions whoever they were. When
Yaken leached Lytton a couple of
miners had just succeeded in cleaning
out Chinatown for pastime. Much
blood had been spilt, and the police
were rounding up the guilty parties.
On bearing of tho news of the murder
however, the police hurried off to
Seaton Creek, the scene of the tragedy
10 miles away, to arrest tbe two men
supposed to have been the two companions of Wm.Young on the night of
the trugedy. According to Yaken tbe
three companions had been having a
carnival time after a Beason of hard
work and Wm. Young was acting In
aggressive manner towards his companions. It is feared that murder was
done jis the reBUlt of u quarrel.
Victoria, B. 0., July 23.���Leigh's
large planing mills in Rock Bay dis
trict were totally destroyed by lire to
night, loss about 820,000.
Montreal's Programme of Welcome
Has All Been Arranged.
Montreal, July 23.���Tho programme
for the Royal visit has been arranged. The party will arrive here at
3 p. m., October IS, and bo presented
with a civic address. Then theyj will
be escorted to Lord Strathcona's residence where they will reside. There
will be a civic reception in the evening. The following day the degree
of L. L. D. will be conferred by McGill university, visits made to Laval
university and Ville Marie, Lachine
rapids shot, and medals distributed to
South African veterans. There will
be fireworks on the squares and tho
mountain each evening.
impossible to walkthrough the streets
and alleys without stepping over men,
women and children who were lying I PeCUllaT
on the pavement trying to got relief
in the open air. All the iresh air resorts along the watetfrout were kept
open all night and thousands went
there to sleep, while the parks were
simply inundated with people. There
was no attempt to enforce the order
'keep off the grass.'
"The people that were overcome bv
the heat could never have been cui
for had it not been for the automobiles. When it was impossible to get
homes these electric vehicles conveyed the unfortunates to the hospitals.
The physicians could not care for
tbe patients as fast as brought in and
tbe sufferers were laid in rows on
the ground and drenched by means of
a common hose until such time as the
physicians could give them attention.
The only way I could find relief was
to take the boat for Manhattan Beach
or Coney Island beach, leturn about
midnight, get in tbe way of a halt
dozen electric fans and drink iced
soft drinks. I believe I drank enough
lemonade to iloat a battleship.
Speech   Delivered
by Lord Salisbury In the
House of Lords.
More News From the Seat
of  War   !n   South
Rival Railway to Parallel Hill's Road
From   Republic.
Grand Forks, B. C, July 22.���The
Grand Forks & Republic lailway (W.
C. Morris line), the charter for which
is owned by Toronto capitalists, wil)
be built immediately. One hundred
men began grading tn'jay at points
one mile aud seven miles, respectively, south of Curlew, Wash. Another
gang iB at work near Republic. It
is authoritatively stated that 1,50(1 men
will be engaged on construction within 30 days. The delay in getting
started is ascribed to time occupied in
getting maps and plans approved and
filed at Washington und in adjusting
claims for crossing Indian allotments.
The proposed railway practically
parallels the road' now being built
Northern railviaT-"**i &��* tJ)_. Great
ed a traffic arrangement with the Canadian   Pacific   railway   and   business
ill be exchanged at Grand ForkB.
London, July 3. ���In the House of
Lords tonight the Marquis of Salisbury made a pessimistic speech in sup-
j port of tbe finuncc bill. The premier
said: "The tendency to extravagance
is increasing. We have had no choice.
We have had to protect ourselves and
must pay the cost. For years publio
opinion was in favor of a paeifie policy but now that state of opinion has
passed away. The tide has turnod,
and who are we that we should attempt to stem the tide'.'
If the tide has tinned, we shall
have to go with it. We aie in the
possession of forces far larger than
we can wield."
The noble Lord, referring to Barmi
Wcllby), has alluded to the celebrated passage in which Sydney Smith
warned the American public against
the dangers and discomforts attaching
to the pursuit nf glory. No uoubt
it was thought at the time to be, a
very wise lecture but has it been successful? Has ho induced thc American people to adopt his views? On the
contrary wo know that one of tho
most powerful engines of the state
consists in appeals to that national
and Imperial sentiment, to which we
have been much exposed and which
we aro so much   bound to abide   by."
Montreal. July 33.���Coroner McMa-
hon this morning held an inquest on
the body of Gidean Dogulre at the St.
Vincent do Paul penitentiary. The
evidence showed that it was customary fqr men employed ln painting in
the penitentiary tc steal shellao which
they used ob an Intoxicant. Deguire
drank too much of tbe stuff with fatal results.
F. Fltzmaurloe, Rossland ; MrB, Jennie B. Harris, Kat-lo; (I. A. Mitchell,
Rossland; J. R. Gilford, Hall Mines;
Mr. and Mrs. IC. C. Beaton,| Seattle;
11. W. Moore, Trail; Dr. and Mrs. W.
li. Cannon, Cauibridge, Masn., are
guests at the Hume  hotel.
The following wero tho guests at
the Phair last evening: Mr. aud
Mrs. B. J. E. Scott, Montreal J. S.
Rutscll.Worstcr, Ohio; O. W. Hughes,
Alumo; L. A. Gaiseallen, Toronto;
A. J. Leitch. Oak Lake; Bernard McDonald, Rossland; J. L. Parker, Phoenix; Ed. B. Kirby, Rossland Q. Noel
Brown, London; W. II. Aldridge,
Trail; A. W. Halycrs, Spokane ;lJno.
C. Clute, New Westminster; W. 11.
Sandiford, New Denver; Alfred C,
Garde, Sandon; Ralph Herron, San
Settlement of Strike on Fraser River
Makes All Busy.
Vancouver, July 23.���The story of
the fishery situation is a pleasant one
to tell, Bays the Province. Out on the
Fraser river, the white men are all
along its banks working like beavers
putting their boats into shape, and
making ready for the full benefits of a
big salmon season.
There is a fair run of fish In immediate prospect, and It is expected
that on Sunday night the majority of
the white men will go out and start
to work. The Indians who have been
waiting around Vancouver, packed up
their belongings this morning in a
rejoiceful sort of way and headed
their canoes for the month of the
Fraser. The result of the settlement
is ono with which every one has a
right to be pleased. At a meeting of
thc Vancouver lodge the proposition
to settle was carried on a vote of ill to
25, bo that It was made practically
uuunimous. A meting of thu grand
lodge held this morning confirmed the
newB already announced. The commit'
tee of business men, whose names
were mentioned yesterday, attended
the meeting.
The uatch on the main Primer river
last night averaged fifteen to the
boat.and ou the north arm the average
was twenty. The lish are running in
fair numbers, but tbey are scattered.
When the weather becomes wanner
they will bunch np in shoals, and
head for thc mouth of the ilver.
Mr. Daykin, light housekeeper at
Carmanab, on thc extreme south point
of Vancouvei Island, reported yesterday that there was au immense run
of salmon In tho straits, heading in
thousands for the Fraser rlvor.
The traps off Point Roberts took a
large number of fish lust night, 11,-
000 for one oanuery, and 5,(Kill in another.
London, July 24.���"We hear rmn-
ors," says the Daily News, "that
negotiations with a view to peace in
Mouth Africa are proceeding in Lou-
London, July 23.���The liritisli war"
office lias received the following despatch from Lord K itehener dated
Pretoria, July 23: "A train fiom
Capetown with 113 details and stores
was held up, captured and burned at
Scheeper, eight miles north of lleau-
fort West, on the morning of July
2lBt. Our easualitlcs were three killed and IS wounded. An inquiry is
"French reports that Crabhe with
300 men was attacked in mountains
near Craddock by Krit/.inger at dawn
July 21st. Ihe horses stampeded.
An all nay fight followed. Crabhe
fell back on Mortimer. Our loss was
Effects  of   the Present Hot Wave  it
New York.
Spokane, July 33.���A   railway   offi
eial from the east   in   discussing  Hie
beat with a Spokesman Review report
er said:
"Tho press reports of the warm
weather in the east have not done
justice  to    tho    subject.    For  three
Remains of the Late I). .1. Beaton
to He Laid at Rest.
The funeral of tho late I). J. Beaton
will take pluce this afternoon. .Services will bu coim��ioneed at St. Saviour's church at 2.3D o'clock and will
be conducted by the Rov. II. S. Akehurst. The service will be choral.
The choir of the chinch will be assisted by members of other city choirs
anil "Nearer My God to Thee," unit
"Now the Laborer's Tusk is O'er."
will be the hymns. Mrs. Astley will
preside at the organ. The handsome
now pipe organ, just installed,
will bo used foi the first time. After
thu service the college will move to
the Nelson cemetery. The pull heur-
ers will be Messrs, W. A. Mucdoiiuld,
K. C, D. A. McFuilund, Hugh Cameron, II. Bird, George Kydd. uud Fred
Mr. K. C. Beaton, son  of   deceased,
arrived from Seattle last evening.
He is accompanied by Mrs. Beaton.
The uldest sou, Mr. Colin lleaton, is
expected to arrive at Sim Fiuncikco
from Nome City today, but it will be
too late to inform him of Ins father's
dsath in timo to allow hiin 'o attend
thu funeral.
J. Peck MoSwain, the Well-known
litterateur and comedian, leaves over
the Spokane Falls tt Northern road
this morning for Ymir ami way
points. During the lust. Federal election Mr. McSwuin waa much in evidence and has heen prominently before
the public on many occasions nince.
Although pressed to stay and accept
neveral good positions, be has decided
lo make the grand tour.
Denver, Colo..July 83.--It is reported that a westbound Denvei and lli<>
Grande passenger train on the narrow
gauge has been wreckeil neai Mar-/
shall Pass. A number Of persons aft:
said to have been injured.
Mr.John date ol New Westminster,
', Inspector of austOfflSi   is   in   the   city
laud isa guest at Hie l'hair hotel. Nelson  Daily Miner,  Wednesday.   I"lv 24, 1901
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Central  Pro- Affonoy, Ud., Special Agent-
Alexander ft OO..H1 Flrel Avonao,8po_an~
Wi,.!,.. ki-op iiii- paper on file, and arj our
aiiibiinzoii agcuta for advortuononUi and roi.
There was much of Interest to tan
ailiar.s in the speech delivered iccent
lv bv Mr. Cbomberlain at tlie Dorain
inn Day dinner in Loudon. The hold
er of the Colonial portfolio. .Mr
Chamberlain has thrown such entiius
iasm and energy into the work of his
department, that today he occupies a
position in the estimation of the people of Greater Britain which isnnique
in the case of Imperial statesmen, Il
would. perhaps, be speaking too
strongly 10 say that Mr. Chamberlain
has made the Colonial Secretaryship
one of the most important of ot Cabinet positions. But it is only doing
scant justice to his abilities and grasp
of affairs tojsay Hint i" accepting the
Colonial olliee when he practically
had the choice of any other post, he
showed a perspicuty which marked
him as one of the most sagacious
statesmen of tne day. Amidst all the
criticisms which have been brongbt
aaginst nearly every depart ment of
Lord Salisbury's administration since
1805, there has been no complaint of
the manner in which the business ol
tho Colonial Ollice has been conducted.
Perhaps the most significant testimony
nf all is that of those whose Interests
aro the most concerned���the people of
the Colonies. Wc bear nothing
now about the roil tape and routine
the dilatoriiiess nnd Indifference ol
Downing street. On the contrary
among bolh Colonial administrators
and people there has sprung up a
feeling that in the Imperial Cabinet
itself they bave a powerful and inllie
ential friend, anxious to understam
every pluibe and interest in Colonia
life and to do his utmost to give effect
to Colonial desires and aspirations.
It was a fortunate lliing for Lord
Salisbury tbat at a time when many
importunt Colonial questjonn. mfIt
wyrio-Jiw-UiJog---"man among his
colleagues not only willing but eager
to take upon his shoulder the responsibilities connected with an Empire,
which, as Mr. Mulock puts it, il
"greater than has been."
In his speech on the occasion refer ���
ed to, Mr. Cbomberlain dealt witli
both the present relations between
Great Britain and the Colonies and
the .'hanges whicli tho latter ruiylil
desire should bo made in the future
ip those relations. With that frankness, which is one of his characteristics, Mi. Chamberlain dwelt on tin
view taken by Canadians forty years
ago of the position which Canada occupied towards the Mother Country.
and notwithstanding the dissent ex-
pressoLl by some of those present reiterated bis statement that even the
most patriotic Canadians of that
day were doubtful as to wbat the
future might bring fortli as Canada's
destiny. But Mr, Chamberlain gave
full recognition to the change whioh
had occui red hincn-then. With the
wider sphere of action which Confederation brought, ful 1 <-r- confidence in
the future came to the people. Canada
felt her own strength and hei ability
to work out ber own destiny in union
with the Mother Country.
Then Mr. Chamberlain turned to
the outlook for the future, He realised that the advantages derived from
federation suggested "the possible advantage of a still greater Union in
which sister nations might be held
together   by   common     interests   and
common aspirations."   The last  two
years have shown what   the   Colonic;,
am prepared to do for tin. defence ami
maintenance of tho Rmplre. But us
Mr. Chamberlain pointed out, this was
.lone voluntarily and had the Colonies done nothing, the Mother Country
could not have complained, With
the further privileges which some
form of linpiiiial Federation would
bring as regards a voice in the direction of Imperial affairs, must necessarily also   come   further   obligations
ami responsibilities. Referring in a
speech hy sir Wilfrid Laurier, Mr.
Chamberlain quoted him as saying
that If the Mother Country wanted
the help of the Colonies, she should
call them to her counsels. That, Mr.
Chamberlain said, rested with thu
Colonics. Nothing, be thought,
would b�� likely to ilj more harm than
premature notion--tho insistence on
~ome cut and dried Imperial Constitution in place of the present relations.
But in uny
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600yards ol good Print", ;7 inches wide	
Sou yards Oram's best Print"   	
250 yards Ohamhrav, handsome designs ��� _"���"
���'"O yards Fancy .Muslins, former prices -Ik:., il.'.c, and 10J, yonr choice
800 yard" Fancy Drees Goods for summer wear, including many all-wool
goods 42 inches fide	
_ li yards Waah s-ilks. fancy nnd plain	
llo.oo Ora~b Costume	
812 on White Costume	
$7.50 Colored Costume ������ ������������ ,    ,.
Have a look at our windows, where you will sec these goods marked in
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TELEPHONE    NO.   13.
Hudson's Bay Company.
! 1901
The Store With
Right Prices
New Goods Arriving Every Day
When our new stock is complete we will have by far the FINEST DISPLAY OF FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
ver shown to the public of Nelson.
Call and see our Rattan Chairs, Baby Carriages, Go  Carts,   Morris
Chairs, Verandah Chairs, etc.
__. _. , -_     _��_ <�����'
Di_..__._-._. t
J. G. NELSON, Manager.
Furniture Dealers,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
& i
Come and See Our
New Arrival of
Beautiful Framed
Art Productions.
Call Early.  They are
Selling Fast.
From $10.00 up
From $2.50 up
From $13.50 up
Reception, Easy and  Large  Rockers  ft
Reception Chairs, Couches, Lounges, Divans. g
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Book Co., Ltd.
PAT. SEPT., 1900.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
clar.il tbe initiriiion o' such a programme must come from tlie Colonies
anil he was sure that it would receive
tlie most careful and sympathetic consideration from the .statesmen and
people of the Mother Country.
We think that there will he hut
few in Hie Colonies who will not
agree with the view of the Colonial
Hecerteary. Whilst there is little
doubt that the growth of the Colonies
is population and power, and the de-
nit. of otiier nations to establish colonics, will !U!tli(;J,1^Pl!tu^,!i,_hoirs'''b"e-
iween tireitl Britain and the Colonics,
for purposes of mutual protection, it
may not be for our own permanent
advantage to attempt to force the
pace. Three or four years ago few
would have ventuied 10 predict that
In the event of a war between Great
llritain and another country i n which
the (.'illumes had no direct interest,
tbe latter would voluntarily go to the
assistance of the Mother Country.
Hut the history of the last two years
has given an answei to such a question���an answer the meaning of which
it is Impossible to misunderstand.
"TouobuB," the Empire may now
say, "in any part, and the wholu
Empire will thrill." It haB heen an
ohject lesson, not only for the British
people, but for those of the whole
world. With such before us; with
the history of the Empire's past
growth and development, there is no
reason to believe that tne guniiis of
the British people will not he equal
tu the working out in due course of'
Ihe great problem of adjusting the |
burdens and responsibilities and the
control aud governance of thai Era pirn
under the new conditions which may
piesent themselves. (Ireat Britain's
isolation is, indeed, "splendid," when
shared as it is hy her vigorous Colon-
oiTisp ring,���News-Advertiser.
London, July 23.���The presentation
of the freedom of the city of London
to Lord Milner of Capetown at the
Guildhall today was made the occasion of another "jingo" demonstration in favor of the war in South Africa and the policy of the government.
Joseph Chamberlain, the colonial
secretary, the Duke of Devonshire,
president of .the council, and other
cabinet ministers were among those
on the platform. _ nym>n -aId tI)e
compromising of the settlement of the
South African situation bv injudicious concessions must not be thought
of. The speaker said there was an
immense difference between stout old
burgherB of the late republics and
the "roving ruffians" harrowing their
follow British subjects of Cape Col-
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Reynolds' Livery   Stable
Will Be Sold Cheap
Three years lease on  ground
property   at  $10.00
per month.
Apply to
H, 8. CAMERON, Apt!
Baker Street.
Fellow Hoarders Killed Same Time at
Different 1 .a:es.
Victoria, B. C, July 23.���William
Creitrliton, aged 2K years, fell fioin a
telephone pole on Yates street yesterday evening about 4,1 feet, breaking
both ankle~, one of his logs and injuring the spine. Ho retained consciousness until after operated upon, al-
thoogh suffering agony, but died at !)
last night. A remarkable feature
of tbo oase was that he boarded at the
tame house and was a close friend of
William Sutherland, ntthe N, 10 yardman was who was also killed yesterday.    .reVghton was unmarried,
Chi; ke-Wallace Deals Willi the Coronation Oath of King Edward.
Toronto, July 28.���The (Irand
orange Lodge liritisli America open-
���il Its sessions here this afternoon.
Ihe giand secretary's report showed
a large increase in the order during
the year especially In Manitoba and
the west. Thirty-one new lodges had
been formed. The totol number of,
raembom of the under grand ludge is
DOW iivi 00,000, In his address llrand
HllStei Clark-Wallace referring to the
coronation oath said every brother
was proud <>' the position of the nieir.-
Iiurs of Parliament who opposed the
Costlgan resolution. While a large
majority of members voted for the ro-
olution they ou not represent the
Orange.association who expect that
1 ii,' succession to thu throne of the
Empire will be Protestant and that
our ruler will still continue to be a
defender <��� r the Protestant faith.
ease Mr. Chamberlain _e-
Sherbrooke, July :.'.'i.��� J. F. Lewis
president Canadian Hand Drill Co.,
died suddenly in Huston today.
Vonaouve., B. C, July 2:1.���John
Pupli. taxidermist, has returned from
a remarkable hunting trip up thu
unexplored Sqiminlsh River the land
of eternal snow. Mr. I'ugh exhibits
as a result of his trip two pure white
king Ushers, one pure white mink, 11
pure while duclc and a pure white
crow. Mi, I'ugh claims that he has
succeeded In bagging the first white
mink and the first while king fishers
on record.
He says .from the fool that the king
fishers had1, set up liouse keeping when
his cruel rille cut short their honey
moon shotffl that tbey are not albinos
hut an tirL.rtiscov. ri-d species. He l��o-
ieves thut. Hie eternal snows of thc
Squamish have something to do with
the color of these remarkable specimens.
The mn~t miserable beings in tho
world are those s"~~ring from Dyspepsia an<i Liver Complaint. Mine
than Hevemty-flve per e~nt. of the people in the I'mitcd ~ttiite.s arc afflicted
with thes. two diseases und their
effects: ��ii~;h as Sour .Stomach, Sick
Headache, il��hitu��'l Costiveness, I'al-
pitatioo of the Heart, Heart-burn.
Waterhrash. <tiiaiving and Burning
1'ains nt the, !'it of thc Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated Tongue uud Disagreeable Taste in tine Mouth Coming
up of Food aft. r Eating. Low Spirits,
etc. Oo to your Druggist and get a
bottle of Aujfiist Flower fur 7.1 cents.
Two doses will reli W- yon. Try it.
(Jet Urt-enV Priice ytljnanac.
For domestic or steam use.
A  full   supply  always  on
' Kates to   all  railway and
lake points.
General Agent
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two  doors   wesi
C.P.R   offices.
West Transfer Co.
Goal *_�� Wood
Best   Ur and   Tamarac   Al
ways on hand.
AH Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Office on   Pa. <<r Street. Tel, 83
In thc matter of the Estate of William Thomas Readies, late of the
town of Salmo, British Columbia
deceased, intestate.
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to
the "Trustees and Executors' Act
that all creditors and others having
claims against the estate of the said
William Thomas Beadles who died at
Nelson. II. C, on the 17th day of
April, 1001, am required on or before
the 30th ilay of August, 1901. to send
by pust prepaid, or deliver to the undersigned, solicitors for the administrator uf the estate of the said deceased at Nelson, H. C. their Christian
names anil surnames, addresses and
descriptions, the full particulars of
their claims, the,'statement of their
ac-ounts,anil Ihe nature of the securities if any. held l.v thoin.
And further take notice that after
such last mentioned date the Administrator will proem.d to distribute the
assets of the said deceased among the
parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the elaims.of which he
shall have then had notice, and that ho
will not lie liable for the said assets
or any part thereof, to any person or
persons of whose claims notice shall
not have heen receved by bim at the
tim.) of such distribution.
Dated at Nelson, II.C, this lMth day
of Julv,  1901.
Solicitors fur   James    Lawrence,    administrator of the estute of  the said
deceased intestate.
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
K.-W.-C. Block. Wahd Street, Nklson.
Orders by mall receive careful and prompt attention
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
**-^Sr ******** -s^g
Eranch Markets in Rosisland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Tart*. Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by malt 10 anv branch will have careful _��4 _ra~i<.t attention.
Ladies' aDd Gents' Merchant Tailors and Dyers,
8uitB Made to OrdeivCleaned, Dyed, Altered aud Bewared.
Josephine St., Opposite Clarice Hotel.
Mail Orders Solicited.
Our stock is now complete in the above lines.    Call and be
convinced that the most complete stock
is carried   by the
nnd try 11 bot.Llii, a lIozlmi, or a barrel of
CALGARY BEER hh It Ih tho bom nnd
ohoapejt on tho markot. Alno try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and     CIGARS.
FRANK   A. TAMBLYN. M.-...���.
Toloiihon   113, inker at   Nelson, B, (7
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. Yards, NKLSON
and LARHO,
Certificate of Improvements
"Dora" Mineral Olnim. situate in the
Aelwin Mining Division of West Kootenuy District.
WliRm lon-ted: on Craig Mountain, near
Tako notice that I, John D. Ander-
sod, I. L. a., of Trail, II. 0��� aaent for
turner. Porter, Free Minor'8 oer-
Mfloate No. P, B0180, intend (lo days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
MimiiK Eecorder for a certificate nf
improvements, for the purpose 0f obtaining 11 Grown Grant of the abov*
And further take notice that aotion,
under section ii? must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated   this   1st day  of July  A. D.,
1. D. ANDER80N.
J- C. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc,
Late of Geological  Survey of Can-
ada.    Six years experience in B. C.
mining districts.
Baker Street
Nelson, B. C. Nelson   Daily  Miner, Wednesday jviy 24,   1901
Another   putty
men are at Perry
Mr. Jonas Coxhead returned to the
city on Monday evening from doing
development work on his mining property. H. B. Bellamy, Julius lleis-
tprer, of this city and R. E. Smith,
of Kamloops. are, with Mr. Coxhead,
interested iu a group of claims on ihe
n4_th fork of Hall creek, called the
Hobs, French, Powell, and Kitchener
claims. For the last *ew days a number of men have been employed developing this property, with the result
that they have discovered a rj foot
lodge of solid quartz, of free milling
nrP. Already they have traced the,
vein a distance of l Odd feet and are
pushing the development work. The
propeity is situated about three miles
from the Fern mine and the Flying
Dutchman is on the opposite side of
the creek. About mo feet of tunneling is necssary to roach the vein
which will be aboat 100 feet, down
,.,l that point The creek runs right
through the property and on account
of a plentiful supply of water and the
free milling character of the ore, it
will be possible to treat the ore at a
small cost. The ore has not yet been
assayed but the proprietois have every
confidence in its values to encourage-
thcin to continue the further opening
up of the property. Theie are several
other veins in the group which are
of lower grade but add to the value of
the claims.
Phoenix, B. C, July 3:i.���The largest
mines in the lioundary���the Old Iron
sides, the Victoria am! the Knob Hill
���are now closed on 'Sundays. A six
day week prevails for ull workmen
connected with the propel Hies except
engineers. ThiN new step was taken
at the request of S. II. C. Miner,
president of tne (Iranby company,
owning the properties. He bus wished to do it for some time. For tlio
present shipping is being done on
Sundays, but this also wi'.l shortly
all bu done during the week days.
The Snowshoe management in this
camp has also inaugurated Sunday
closing in its mine, but the Dominion
Coppei company, owning the Brooklyn, Stemwinder, Idaho and Rawhide,
still works Sundays as befoie.
Another secret meeting of the Mine
Owner's Associat'on was convened at
the oillice of the London & li. 0. Oold
fields last evening. As usual the proceedings] are not for publication, all
reporters being carefully excluded.
Theft! is little doubt, however, that
the chief object of the conclave was
to discuss the strike situation at Rossland. Most of the prominent Kootenay mine owners aud managers were
present and the proceedings wero conducted with tho greatest of secrecy.
Some of those in attendance at the
convention were, J. R. Robertson,
manager of the London & B. C, tlold-
fioldsCo., Ltd.; J. J. Campbell, manager of the Hall Smelter; Bernard
Macdonald and Edward Kirby, Kossland VV. 11. Aldridge, manager of the
Trail smelter; W. II. Sandiford, New
Denver, and Alfred C. Uarde of the
Payne Mine, Sandon.
of expert mining
creeti e.xperting the
Badger, Red Mountain and Shake-
Bpeare claims Several weeks ago a
parly examined the claims, samples
were taken, which proved so satisfactory that a second and more exten.ive
exam in at ion is now in progress. It is
rumored that a French syndicate represented by _. Mansfield, of Nelson,
are trying to secure the property.
Mr, W. II. Aldridge, manager of
the Truil smelter, was In town yesterday attending the meeting of the Silver-Lead Mine Owners Association.
He slid that the two lend furnaces at
Trail would he kept running as long
as possible. Everything wus so unsettled at present that it was out of the
question to suy how long this would
lie. Whet asked if it was known yet
where the lead refinery would he located. Mr. Aldridge said it was as yet
Asks For an Investigation By a Naval
Court of Inquiry.
New York. July 33.���The Post tomorrow morning will say: "Admiral
Schley proposes to ask an investigation
at the hands of a naval court of inquiry and then to sue Historian Mac-
Uay for libel. His action is the sequel to the developments during the
past week when the entire country
lias been stirred up by the publication of attacks made upon the third
volume of 10. S. MacLay's history of
the United States navy,in which publication Schley is said to havo "run
away" in ctitifV flight, and in audition is denounced as a coward, a cur
and a traitor. The Schley court of
'nnuiry will undoubtedly be one of
the most celebrated in naval or mill
taiy history of the country. The
high rank of tho officers involved in
the controversy anil the intense public
fueling which has been aroused will
combine to give to the investigation a
dramatic interest. Nothing haB oe-
curred iu Washington lor many yeais
that will compare with it.
To All   Eastern   Points via
Lake Route or All-Rail.
BUFFALO. $76.00.
Sixty    Lays'    Limit.
Good  going on August 6th
aod 20th.
For pamphlets descriptive of Canadian Pncifio tours and for Time Tables,
Rates, Tickets,  apply
H. L. Brown,
Oity Passenger Ageut.
. S. Darter,
Dis. Pass. Agt.
E. J. Ocylb,
A. G. P. A.
The Arlington and tho Marion are
the two mines to ship this week. The
Hewitt will figure in ue~t_week's list,
The Noble Five made its first shipments for many months last week,
sending out a cai'5 load. The ore was
taken out of the strike made through
the Last Chance workings. Au expert
of the syndicate for which J. M. M,
lleneduin is opening up the Hoodoo
claim, near Slocan City, arrived in
town from Missouri this week. As a
result of his inspection the development will be pushed ahcud with a
large force abandoned hy the Virginia syndicate. ��� Silvertonian.
Tne following locations were registered yesterday. Botha, on Wild
Horse creek, on the south side, and
about six miles from Ymii, located
by Samuel Miller; Queen, on south
side of Barrett creek, four miles from
ailroad, re-location cf thu Queen
Victoria, located by S. Nelson; Ryan,
on Copper i mountain, about two
miles from track east of Porta Rico
Siding, adjoining Oold Cup, on the
east, located by John Ryan : Cariboo,
at the .head of Five-Mile ercek, adjoining the /.ealnnder, aud covers the
ground formerly held by the Clara II.,
and Florence II. mining claims, located by Fred Adie. The following certificates of work were granted yesterday: Hossland, to R. M. Caldwell;
Alto, to W. Ollio Steele; Last Chance,
to A. Thorn ; Kitchener, Tiger, to A.
Thoin; Schley, t o M. K. Adie; J. J.
C, to Jonas Coxhead; Mary A, to
Interesting Paper Head Yesterday By
Dr. Robert Koch.
London, July 33.���A feature of to
day's session of the Hritish congress
on tuberculosis was Dr. Robert Koch's
paper which was listened to with the
deepest interest by a big gathering in
St. James ball. Lord Lister (professor of surgery m Glasgow and Kdin
burgh Universities and ono of the British vice presidents of the congress)
introduced the noted Herman professor
to the assembly. During his address
to the eongi.ss, Dr. Koch said his
experiments had satisfied him that
human tuberculosis und bovine tuberculosis wero ladically ditt'eient diseases and that he had amply demonstrated that tovine could not be infected with human tubeicul.sis.
Tho counter proposition that human
beingB were not liable to infection
from bovine tuberculosis was harder
to prove, tho doctor said, owing to
thc difficulty of experimenting upon
human subjects but that personally he
was satisfied such was the case. He
theii entered into a lengthy analysis
of tbe bust methods of preventing
consumption. Dr. Koch also highly
complimented Dr. nermau Biggs
(pathologist and director of tho bacteriological labratory of the New
York City health department) upon
the repressive measures concerning
tuberculosis taken in New York eity.
where be said, the mortality from
tuberculosis had been reduced 35 per
cent, sinco 18B(i and recommended the
system oigani/.ed by Dr.Biggs of New
York to^the study and imitation of all
municipalities. Dr. Koch closed his
remarks expressing the belief that
the ultimate stamping out of tuberculosis was possible.
Ljor iwtiil.
A very full line of these, including several reserved brands on
hand- Shipments for Kootenay
are made from Victoria.
Additions to our stocks are being
continuously received by sniliug vessels
via Oape Horn.
A stock of these embracing the
leading brands, is carried at Nelson,
thereby euabling quick delivery to
Kootenay buyei s.
Carried in Hook at Nolson.
FARES-Cnsh, 10 cents.
Tickets, 10 for 50 cents.
SERVICE���Every 20 minutes, leaving
park ami up-town terminus at 7
a.m. to 10.4(1 p.m. Enrlv car leaves
H. B. Stores 0:45 a.m.
TRAINS���Oars meet 10.35 a.m. and
0.45 p m., and outgoing only on
SPECIAL���The public are requested
to stop cars only ou the far side of
cross streets; not to ride on, enter
orteaveby front platform; also to
motion by baud if they intend to
hoard the car, and to notify conductor a short distance before they
wish to leave.
COMPLAINTS���Will receive prompt
attention at tbe Company's office,
Vernon Street, Oity.
A large number of good residential
building sues adjacent to the lines of
their tramway, chiefly in the southern portion of the city to be sold on
easy terms.
Apply Tramway Office, Vernon
Managing Secretary.
As we need the space for
other goods, we have decided
to sell out our line of
Granite Iron Ware, 1.,
Call and Get Prices.
R. P- Rithet & Co-
P. O. Box 521
By the week from $5 to ?6.
By the day ih.oo.
J. V. O'UDSHUN, Prou.
Bakek. Street.
Phone 2b 1.
Advertisements inserted under this head at      Are you in   want?   If
the rate of one com, a word nor Insertion.   No   the people   thiuuirh   Tl
advertlnemont luiu-n tor less than "_. cnnw.
Situation   Wanted   advertisements   liuorteil
three times free of char.e.
KOOM TO RENT in K.  W. C.    Bloek.
on   July    1st,    corner   room   facing
Baker and Ward   street.    Two
column, what
Vnu'll  get  it.
yon are, tell
Miner want
you are   in   wan*,   of.
LADY wishes   sewing by the
private   families.    M.      M.,
day in
en suite 011 Ward st.
rooms.    Furnished
Mrs. P. ,1. Squire.
ind  two insidi
TO KENT. ���Koums and office   in   Clement,   Hi liver block.    Apply to   the
Nelson Electric Tramway otlices.
ROOM and board in   private [family.
Apply on .Silica  street, second   door
west of Ward.
KOOM for   rent at
Silica street.
Mrs.   Melieath's,
FOR KALE.���Tug Hoat 'Red .Star."
and Barge���At reasonable figures to
cash purchaser or time with good
security. Apply to Ontario Ponder
Works,  Nelson,' li.  C.
HOUSE to   Kent.���Furnished   or unfurnished, apply T, Miner olliee.
WANTED.���A school teacher for   the
Pilot   Hay Public School.    Apply to
D. II. Riddell, secretary school board.
WANTED.���A   young     girl   to   help
with children.    Apply to Mrs, Tho-
burn Allan,west end Victoiia street.
COLORED women wants   position   as
cook   in   family.     Is     a     firstclass
cook.    Apply Cook, Miner  Otlice.
WANTED;���Three furnished or  unrt-
ly furnished   rooms for light housekeeping,   central,   apply    Hazel wood
FOUND.���A parasol   was   left at  the
I'alui    last   week.    The   owner   can
have same by   calling   there,   proving
property ami paying for this ad.
LOST.���Lady's     lace     handkerchief,
between the Tennis   court   und   Observatory   street.    Finder    please   return to .Miner ollice.
From date until October 1 the denial
offices of Nelson will be closed at I
o'clock, p. ir~, on all Saturdays, remaining closed during the balance of
the llay.
W. ,1. QUINLAN,   D. D. S.
F. E.   MORRISON,   D. I). S.
T   11. STODDAKT, 1).   I), is.
A MIDDLE aged woman wants   position  as   chambermaid   in   hotel   01
boaring bouse.    City references     Apply Chambermaid, Miner ollice.
TEACHER WANTED���Holding 2nd
or 3rd class certificate, for Heaver-
mouth school, duties to commence
August l.th. J. A. Morrison, see.-
treas., Heaver, P. O., 11. C.
Certificate of Improvements
"Warfare" Mineral Claim, Bitnate in
the Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where looated : Ou Craig Mountain,
near Ornigtown.
Take notice that I, J. D. Anderson,
P.L.S., of Trail, B.C., agent for Mrs.
Katherine Seed, Free Miners' Certiti-
No. Er>G,071, William Seed, Free Miners' Certificate No. B56,188, and Gideon
Madore, Free Miners' Certificate No.
B5571, intend, 00 days from
date hereof, to npply to the Min.
ing Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for tbe purpose of obtaining
a Grown Grant of the above olaim.
And further tako notiee that action,
nnder seotion 117, must be commenced
before tbe issuance of suoh Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 5th day of July, A. D.
H. & M. BIRD
8M0 House on Victoria street 22x14,
thoroughly well built, plastered
inside, city water and improved
lot.     ,
8800 Four-roomed   house  on   Victoria
$28.i Two lots on Robson Btreet close
to llendryx.
SI5 Five-roomed cottage on Ward st.
830 Furnished house on Victoria street
$28 Furnished house on Carbonate
8.10 Seven-roomed liouse on Carbonate
street, electric light, hot air furnace, all conveniences.
$2(1 Bouse on Mill street, all improvements.
820 House on Robson street, close to
Stanley; two fenced lots, all conveniences.
The old idea that the body some
times needs a powerful drastic, purgative pill bus been exploded ;. for
Dr, King's New Life Fills, which aie
perfectly harmless, gently stimulate
liver aud bowels to expel poisonous
matter, cleanse the system', and absolutely cure Constipation and Sick
Headaohe. Only 2Re.. at Canada Drug
& Hook Co
The Noonday group, the property of
the Bull River Mining company, of
Spokane, is situated on a tributary of
Quarts', creek, whose waters empty
into Hull river about fourteen miles
from Fort Steele and is reached by a
trail up Boulder croek over the di-
vldo. The Morning Star group consists of ten claims. Work commenced
on the properly last week, the vein 's
27 feet wide, the ore is copper and
the wjills black lime and slate in contact.���Fort Steele Prospector.
T. G. Procter's houseboat is now for
rent by the day or week. Special rates
lor family parties. First-class conk
anil attendant, in charge. Rates $2 60
DOT dny. Parties can get off O. P. R.
boats 'either going or returning from
Kootenay Landing. Tlie. bont for the
next two weeks will be stationed at tbe
mouth of Midge and neighboring croeks,
where a big catch of rainbows is
assured. Apply to T. G. Procter, Baker
street, for further information.
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning immediately
ou arrival of steamer, at the
rate of   .......   .
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions to be left
with the agent,
D.  J.  YOUNG.
Large semi-detached house
owned by F. P. Gutilius is
offered for sale at less than
Has all conveniences and
rents for $50 per month.
NELSON Employment Agency. Haker
street.    Phone 278.   J. H. Love.
WANTED.���Three Deckhands. Wuit-
lesses.    Waiter.      Woman   to    help
cook and waish dishes.    Mess Hov.
WANTED���Men   wanted for  railroad
construction.       Fare   and    employment fee advanced.    Western  Canadian Employment Olliee, Ward st.
the   dii
work   of
y.    Apply
rpHORPHI Sc CO. Liiiiil-d-Corii-r Vornon
A and Cottar dentals, Nelsou���Aliiiitif_.uir
ers of iiiid wholesale tio-lera in aerated waters
nnil fruit nrrapB. _olo auonts for ll.-iieyui. Ho
~ju iii-K miuer-l water.   Telephone Uu.
JS\ N. M. Cummins, Lessee���ftvory know.)
variety of soft drinks. P OBox88. Telophone
.So. ;ji. Hoover titreet, Nelson.   Bottlers of the
l..i_ous ..I., l.toii Hoi-iiMiiKH Mineral Wntor
ClA.Nl'. Si .MACDONALD 111. Cimu, Ju
I   A* MaodODoldl���Ai'ohiteots and supi
._ su.orin
Uiutloats, Broken Hill lilock, oornor llaker unit
Ward ~Lrool~, Nolson
HJ. KVA.NS fc CO,���Baker
a  son���Wholesale
Btroot, Noi
ionium in liquors, ot-
gars, commit, _re lirieli and ftro dny, wutor
pipo and iiiool rails, and goiicml oouimission
liny   kind
nt   Miner
IT WILL PAY you to read our ad. iu
another column.  Our blend of tea at
Thirty cents   per pound will suit you.
Kootenay Colfee Co.
JAPAN TEaS���"Spider Leg," "Pan-
fired,' "Sun Cured,"���have a place in
our stock. The new "Ceylon Green"
is fine flavored and economical. Kootenay Coffee Co.
iitu; MlliluK -iiki Properties���We nre
anxious to secure a Tew free milling gold
properties al once. The Prospector's lix-
cbange, Kelson, IC. ���, Boom 4, K.-W,--.
WE HAVE   in stoek choice teas from
India, Ceylon, China, and Japan.  Wc
blend them to your taste.    All   prices
and qualities.    Kootenay  Coffee Co.
��;o~li>sl~v~it�� or. i:ic IK AII   .nines   anil
prospects wanted,   s. nil report ami sum
pics to the Prospector's Kxeliange. Nelsou.
B.C.    Koom 4 U..W.-t'.  lilnrk.
>   Wholesalo aud retail doulois
_. iu grain,
hay, iloi.r, feed. Mills nt Victoria, rjew West
niiij-.ior; hdinoiiU.ii, Alto. _lovntorb on Cal-
garv uud ttdmouton Hallway, Manufacturers
oi" iho ci.'iobiT.i.d H.._ IC. brand coroala.
A MACDONALD Sc Co.-Cornor Fron
��� and Hall titreots���Wholesalo grocer
und jotj.in. In blunkols, tdovcM, niilU,, bouts
rubber.-,, iLLiiokinuws and Illinois1 nundi'ios.
BUKNS ~. Co.���baker birooi, Kelson-
Wholesale doalors in fruHli und curod
meats.   Cold Btorage.
ifukor Street, Nelson���Wholesale dou -
ers ia Irosh und cured mouU,
IF Ronald Ferguson will communicate with Alexander Ferguson, Son-
ya, Ont., or Archibald Ferguson, H.i
Grove street, Winnipeg, Man., he
will learn of something to bis advantage.
NELSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. 8c
M. moots Hecond WodneHday in
month.   Visiting brethorn welcoino
Stroot,   Nolnon ��� Wholcwtle  d.tiliun In
minorh' HunpliuH,  HportliiK kckkIh
M'LACHLAN BROS. (riuccesHorn to Vun
couvur Unrdwi-reCo, Ltd.) Haker riixoet,
Nulson��� U holc-tilo  dealerH In   hardware and
ni.ii.Di; . 'iiijiIm:. , plumber..' und UntunUh-T uup
Xfi'I__iON HARDWARE CO.- Whohwalo
JL_%( palnU, oils and kIhhs; incchanlci.' tool...
AkcjiU for Ontario 1'owder Work*; irnamilo
riMJUNl-R, HKETON & Co.���Corner Vernon
X- - and JottOpldno Street*., Nolnon--\Vhclo
Balfl dealer.- in liquorn, cigarn, and dry Koodn,
Atfontn for Pab-t Browing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Potter.
tifilono. B. O.
Is   lame    or    intei feres
bring  him   to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop,  Jo
sephine Street
Will pay the highest cash price for all
kinds of seoond hand goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, (import*
-nuking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
O.vll and see me or write. Address
Kilver King Mike, Box SUM. Hall
8*iwiti. Nnlaon. P   *���
I havo a largo warehouse and nin
prepared to store all kinds of goods.
. rosser's Second Hand Store, Ward
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head  oppioe toronto,   ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to G. tu LENNOX Bftk.r 8t
I. O. O. F. Koolonay Lod|;c
No. Hi, mool~ evory Monday ni���hi,
at  their  Hall,  Kootonay stroot
Sojourninn Odd Follows cordially Invitod.
John A. McRac N.G.  Ii. V.. Rutherford, V.G
Frod J. Squiro, Por. Soc.
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter No. 123, (1. It. 0.
Moots third Wodnosday. dojpurntiiB, compim
ions lnvltod. lioorgo Johnstone, /.. K. VV.
Matthews, S. K.
NF.L-O.. LUHUK  No.~), K. of I'.
moots In K_ of 1'. hull. Oddfellows blook
vorv   Tuesday  evening at 8 o'olook
'All visiting knights oonlially  lnvhod
A. T. Pa uu, K, of It. ami a.
HUD-ON'S HAY Co.-vVholenolo grocorlo.
and liquors eta, Baker Mlroot, Nolnon.
Oliloo oornor Hall and Kronl BtroetS
NuImoii���Luiuliur, coiling, Mooring, and ovory
Itilng iu wuiid for building . nrnOHOH, Uot out
prions.   Correspondence soltoitod.
Ifl   UAL.,ON Ir. 0(1.
X. ���   and twines.   Always a lurgi
hand. Telephone 2M, Room 41, K.-W
Dealers in ore wmrH
ajK n largo Steele on
Nelson Enoa pinont No. 7. Moots ovory 2nd
and tth Friday of each month, in llild Kifloww
Hall, corner Baker und Koolniiny Btroots,
Nolson. A. 11. Oletnenta, U. 1'.: 1). MoArthUi
R. 8.   Visiting brothers ulwayH wi!li'*i��.��.
Mines Examined and Keportod On.
Mining Engineer.
Room 4. K.-W.C. Block,
Nklson, B. C.
NKLHON L. O. L. No. ItitH moots in Fraternity Hall on lirst und third Friday evening!
of oacn month at 8 o'oloek. Visiting iiioiiiborh
cordially invito!. W. W. Bradley, W. IC:
A. Minty, It. 8.
NKLSON AKU1E No. 22, V. O. K��� moots
cvory socond and fourth Wednesdays of ouch
m onth. Visiting mr-inhers cordially invll
Charles Prosser. Soorotnry.
A. R. BARROW, a. m. i. o.e
Provincial  Land Surveyor
Oorner Viotoria and Kootenay Sts.
P.O. Box b Telephone No.
Our Fresh Boasted Coffee B '��t cf
Quality, as follows :
Java and Arabian Mooha. por pound 1   H
Java and Mocha Blond, S pounds  1 Ot
Fine 8an~iq, t pounds  1 00
Santos Blond, 5 pounds  1 00
Our   Hpociul 1 ,lond, li pounds  I %
Our Illo ltou.it, (1 pounds   1 Oil
A run i. OKiir.u ~o_i~it~d.
Sai.kskoomh :
IVELSON, m        B. C
Kootonay Tent No, 7, K.O. T. M��� hold tholr
regular moetiriKH in Fraternity Hall, I. O. o. K.
blook, on tho IhL anil 3rd Thuwdaya of oaoo
n.ntiih. VlnltinK brethren cordially Invited to
aUci.d. G. A.Brown, 11. K.; A. V. Purdy, Com,
11. J.dtool.l). 8. C.
Mooting). 4th ThurHday cf monlh, Fraternal
hall, J A Irving C K.   M. U, KlumiiiK. It.H
NolHOn Court   St-ar ol   ._oot.enayt A. O.  K.
Mootn  2nd  and    4t.h    Wednesdays in   ovory
month. ViHlUng brethren welcome. W, Mao-
Mlllan, O.K.    iU-bm-t Mrl.eod, See,
Dominion and
LaDd Surveyor.
IMIMINV IlKOK-K. WI ill',  fl 111 II
Windermere Alino,,.   CorretiBoudonoeSur.Hcd
Certificate of Improvements
"Vancouver" Mineral Olaim, situate
in tlie Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay District..
Where boated : Ou the N. & I''. tf.
Railway, ii niii.H from the international
Take notioe that I, .!. I). Anderson,
P. L. H��� of Trail, H. 0��� agent for
Charles A. Oelzln, B.B0 Minur'a oerti-
Uditu No. B6O.017, intend, sixty rir.ys
from the date heieof, to apply to tho
Mining Recorder for a Oertiilonte of
tm.rovotuentu, for thu purpose of oh-
taiiiiuR a Crown Grant of the atovo
Ami fnrtber take notioe lhat action,
nnder seotion .17, immt he oomtnenoed
before the Issuance ol such Certificate
of Improvements,
Dated thin 5th rtny of  July, 11101.
3. D. ANM-iiSON. . ���.
Nelson Daily Miner, Wednesjvy   July 24,   tyoi
Correspondence  Wehavewv-
..   r i-ral      corres-
Paper 3 pondence pa
pers that ore
being more nnd mote largely used by
critical people as their real merits become better known. Among others we
mention "Olde Dor-beater Bond" and
"Crown Parchment." Tbeseareputnp
in the various fashionable sizes. Tbeir
quality is the highest, style Ihe most
attractive, manufacture the iiinst perfect, nnd they are always satisfactory.
That, if by exclusive people like Hum
and wliv thoy a-k for them. Other
high-grade papers ore! "Foreign Mail"
and -ill I Parchment Bond." Insist on
having these names on tho l>ox. There
is nothing else "just a* good."
NELSON',  li. G.
Pianos to Rent at .7 per month.
(.VWV1.1.M wwvwwwvww*
The Methodist Snndav school will
1 o tl their annual basket picnic to
Proctor on Thursday, August l. The
steamer will make two trips during
th' ilay.
All preparations for St. Saviour's
Sunday school picnic are now complete, ant! t'ne children aie looking
forward to tomorrow wilh great
The Ancient Oiilcr of Foresters will
hold a social this evening at Fraternity hall, it being the first anniversary since thc formation .if the lodge
in Nelsou.
Yesterday was the warmest (lay
Nelson has had this summer, tin'
thermometer fur a while in the afternoon reaching st in the shade. A
delightfully cool breeze sprung up
about l p. m. which tempered the
beat considerably and at 7 p. m. it
bod cooled oiT to Til degrees.
The running of the water cart on
llaker street and the handling of the
hose at the hoicls anil stints, were the
most prominent ami withal thc most
appreciative occupations yesteroy afternoon, Like Sydney Smith or some
other great wit, most people "full
like throwing away their flesh and sitting in tbeir bones. "
There are no spare men in the city
these days ns (lie demands for bands
on thc numerous nillroail construction
parties is mure than equal to tbe demand. At the present time there is
no excuse for men being without employment, provided they aro not tou
particular in their choice. During
the last few weeks a large number of
men have been sent out of the city
through thc various employment agencies to diifforent parts of the province.
There were only a couple of cases of
drunks before the police court yesterday. In the absence of Magistrate
Crease, who bas been granted a four
week's leave of absence,thc cascH were
tried befoie His Worship Mayor
Fletcher. One wns the case of a pro.-
pec to., who hud speculated too freely
in the flowing bowl and became boisterous. The other was that of a railroad man who bad come Into the eily
the evening before to "whet bis whistle'' anil hail whistled too loudly, in
consequence ',f which he hail to he
taken in charge by the police and
Incarcerated in the look-up, Thoy
were each llneil the costs of the eourt,
or iu default another five days in the
The Knights of Pythias have tt large
st .vainer across faker street at the
corner of Ward, advertising their
moonlight excursion on the lake tonight to Kokanee creek.
An orchestra consisting of members
of the I!. M. B. band, gave an out-
iloor conceit at the Club hotel last
evening,which attracted quite a crowd
of people to that temperate region of
the city.
At an international convention of
Christian Budeavorers held in Cincinnati recently. Mr. r'. M. Chambourn
of this city, was appointed as trustee, for the Province of finish Columbia. Mr. Cbadbourn besides being
a well known anil active worker
in that branch cf Christian work locally is fasl becoming of international
An accident occurred to Owyneth,
the two and a Half year old daughter
j of II. M. Vicent, who resides on Mill
jstrcel. The little girl was sitting on
a chair on the verandah, when she
overbalanced herself on tbe hand rail
and fell to the ground, a distance of
ten feet. Fortunately she fell into
some wire netting which serves aa a
fence between Mr. Vincent's pioperty
and his next door neighbor, which
materially broke ber fall. Literally
and metaphorically she "got it in
the neck. " and beyond a stiff neck
and a bad fright, is progressing
E. R. Redpath, (Ireenwood, is a
gnest at the Queens hotel.
II. L   Borden, Rosebery, is  a   guest
ittt the Clark hotel.
j Mr. Lturang] who has been employed
in the cigar factory of this eity, left
on Monday evening, accompanied by
his wife aud family, for the city of
Spokane, where they will reside.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris, who have
been visiting at Mrs. Lafferty - dur
ing tho present summer, left or Monday evening last for New Zealand.
Mrs. Harris is a sister of Mrs. Lafferty.
.1. H. Fletcher, business manager
of the Rossland World was In the city
yesterday, and paid a fraternal visit
lo the office of The Miner. Rcfeiring
to Rossland at the piesent time on
account of the strike, he observed that
the ^business situation was a very
gloomy one and all were hoping that
the strike will soon terminate. He
said that the strike had been brought
_n by the mining companies for the
purpose of depreciating the mining
values, and that the Miners' Union
was being u.ed as a catspaw for that
pnrpose. He claimed that the situa
Hon at Northport was still tho same
and intimated that this was in reality
the seat of the conflict. Mr. Fletcher
returned to Rossland by the evening
If you don't like Blue Ribbon Tea it's
because you never tasted it.
Thc fame of Bucklen'a Arnica Salve
us the best in the world,extends round
the earth. It's the one perfect healer
of Culs, Corns. ltnriis, Bruises,
SoreH, Scalds, Koi Ih. Ulcers, Felons,
Aches, Pains, and nil Skin Eruptions.
Only infallible Pile cure. 35c a box
at Canada Drug & Hook Co.
1 Will always havo a well tried and reliable
1 rtniiody in llin house for hoatiln and burns, a���
I aocldonts are liablo In occur al. any timo wilh
out warning OrillltliH Menthol Liniment
slops tho burnlne sonsal.lou insliintly and pro-
dues that soothing and cooling sensation, a
virtue possessed only by this remedy. No homo
should bo without it. Price35contii.
For salo by J. II. VatiHtoni!, Nolson, B. C.
i I
Soe Below.
Kootenay Railway and NaT.
Company, Ltd.
Why Use Cream With Your
Grape=Nuts ?
* *
There are people who become un-
consciously addicted to the butter
habit; thai is lo sny, Ihey like butter
und gradually eat a little more as the
months go by, until tbey Hnd they
have consumed, each meal, quite u
juantity of fit, thai they have .not
vitality enough lo properly digcHt.
This indigested substance causes
moru or less catarrh of tbo stomach
and trouble with the bowels
Thc remedy, of course, is to largely
cut down the allowance of butter, nnd
for two or three nights, sup nearly a
quart of very hot wt'tei, just before
going to bed. This washes out thei
toiuach and bowels ami givics then, r
M:i.S<!\    K1SI.O   111)1 TK.
11:011 n. ni. l.v. NolHon Ar. 0:110 p. m.
0:4- n. m, Ar. Kaslo Lv. 5:2. p. in.
Bllllotln No. Il Until furlher nolli-o tho
iitoatnar Alberto will leavo Kaslo City Wharf,
fool, of Third Stroot for Lnrilion Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays, at u>,:tn a. m.
lll:tna. mi. Lv. Kaslo Ar. 4:50 p.m.
13:30 p.m. Ar. Sandon Lv. 2:35 p. in,
MUlll   nl'llklu:
And nil points Kast und West via Str. Altiorta.
Str. Kuslo. II.  Sc N. und K. V. HyH.
and O, N. Ry.
.ViiOii. in. Lv. Nelson Ar 10:011 p. m.
'.':I��U p. in. Lv.    Bonner's Ferry    Ar   1:15 p.m.
S:lll p. in, Ar Spokano Lv 8:110 a. in,
Connecting at Rnnnor's Forry with Ornat
Noil hern "Flyer" oftstboiind uud at Spokano
with Groat Northern for Pacific Coast points,
leaving Spokane al 8:00 p.m.
llnily freight sorvlco botweon Snndon and
Steamer A Iberia leaves Knsle for l~nlo and
Argenta, Mondays, Wednesdays ami Fridays
ill 11.-1,III.
To ascertain rates and full Information ad-
dross i
M��,,,L_nr. Kaslo,R, C
O. K     ��(K.\nuuv Local Agont.
&>�� "&" *���'&? 'sJ'-* *$��? ��4fr�� 'S&V
fS. i#~> -i~K> ^|S ^JS> =^fS> ��p>
Fred Irvine
Of Getting a Good
Timepiece at a Most
Reasonable Price.
Watch    Repairing  Our
Specialty.   All Work Hust Be Satisfactory or Money
Jewelers,   Nelson,  B. C.
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'v.
Nelson  <fc Fort
Sheppard R'v,
Red Mountain R'v.
July 13th, 14th and 15th.
Winnipeg One Fare Bound
August 20th to ~8th
On Account of Medical Association Convention.
Buffalo and Eeturn
July 2d, 16th, and every first:
and third Tuesday, Aug list,
September and October.
Buffet service   on   trains between:
Spokane and Northport.
Leave          DAY TRAIN A.rivpi
9 :IK) n.m Spokane i::\a p.m
12:50 p.m Rosslnnd 4 :|<) p.no
9:16 11.m Nelson 7 -.15 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, Q. P. & T.A.
Spnltatii 1   W aei.,
Ai/mit N~l��on. fi C.
OAES.-MJiAi,- a la 0ARTE.
u.iiiuh:,(,t_8 or nil'KIUKMIVT.
Robin ll.iv,, Hi.aforLh, Mlna, Pearl, Heota
floM  Ve 11. I.Mckuow find (Join KnicHon min
oral claim . hltnate In the NuIhoq Mining 111 via
lop of wo.< Kootenay.
Whore looated- On Cottonwood Crook.
,���. ,, rPAKKNOTIOKthatl.  KranolH J, O'Hollly,
iiowlmI    vitality.       I hen    tlie     person     I     _g.nl   for M. K.  Uriwoll. . 100 Minor'-,
alioiil. , for a few momlnaa   at   least,   (;��rllllr.n.l<i   No,  IWOfli .and   Stwjl    Nixon,
* I .roo Minor ���< erUfionte No, BMU87, intoml, flu
rclv on good rich cream, with (.rape- ifLiy.-L frLLin thtiriat. horoor, to apply tolhoMln-
��.,���� i.,r i,.,..,br.,.L i,.iii,,,, , ,,, ,1,, IngKooorder forCerttflqatetot improvement^,
Nuts, for breakfast, letting uut tha f0�� tho purposo of obtaining crown Grant ol
butter altogether.    The   eraim   gives  "io abOvooWtna.
* " Awl further li'kn notico  Ihut action, under
a'l the fat   needed,     Grape-Nut* and nation 87, must be opnunonoed boforo the Ih-
.ream furni.h an ideal portion uf any rafi_&��J_3$uXWa^
breakfast, 1 -.tA.\ci_j.o'i!_!i_LY
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
��������� ������
Krom Mom.mil I
Allan Lino 'I'milniun ���  July T,
Allan Uno Numldiiui A����unt;.
l.i'aviT Mm! I.ikt) Huporior.. July'-li
.-ouvor Uno Liiko Ontario Aubuh. 2.
_ tYom Pc-rtland, Mo.
Dominion Une Vancouvor  AuKust \]'
Dominion Uno  Dominion  ..Aukum. IU
From Ho^tott
Dominion Uno Commonwonl.h July Efl
Dominion Jjino Now KnKKnd .Au_.uhL1��
Krom Now York
WhlU-Star Uno Teutonic.- July.'ll
WhiUi Sltir Uno Germanic  August 7
Cunaid  Unu Ijiamiii July-'?
Cunard Uno Kn-uria .     Auk����1 "
Amorloan Uno St, Paul _,....A��lk��^ "
Kronch  Uno I .it <')mnti>tt'{Uu .... AukuhI 1
Anchor Uno AMtoria Augu^L 111
Kor further pui-ticuinris apply to
Cltjr Paiwongor agent, NoIhou, II, O.
OenoralH.8. AvrnS O,P.It Of. 'on. Wlnplr��R.
P. O. QREKN        F. B. CliKMl-JilXa
Civil Engineers and Pirovlnclal Lau4
Surveyor a.
P. O. BxoUf .Wolnu, B.-..I
Closo connection Kast and Westbound at Spokane Willi trains of the
Spokane Falls and Northern Railway,
and nt Bonner's Ferry wltn KnoUuiay
Railway .. Navigation Co.
Direct connection at St. Paul without, change of depot with ail trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New Yurlr
and all points West and South.
Leaven Spokane daily for East at 9:1b a.m
LeaveB Spokane daily lor West at 7:15 a.m
Leaves upokane daily lor West at 8.0 p.m
West-bound trains make direct connection for Viotoria and Vancouver,
Portland, Ban Francisco, end nil polnti
on tin; Sound.
During the m-iison of navigation East
hound trains connect at Duluth with
themagniftcool steamships North Weet
and North-Land of theNorthern Steam-
Bhip Company Line, operated in con-
ueotion with the Great Northern Rail.
For further Information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
."nils ft Northern Ity, Kaalo Sc Slocan
Ky., Kootei ui Railway & Navigation
H. A. JACKSON. Com'] Agent.
Spokane, Wash
G. K. TACKAI5URY, Local A(?eut,
L-elHon. R (l
& CO.        1
l Phone 117 %
The Canadian Bank of Commerce:;
With Which Is Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up   Capital,   88,0(H).000;   Reserve   Fund,   $2,000,000;
Aggregate  Resources Over 105,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. CUX, President.       B. S. WALKER, Uenerul Manager.
London Office:  60 Lombard Street,   _.  C.
New York Office; 16  ExehailRe Pluce.
And08 branches ln Canada and the Unit-id States, including:
Okanhhook        Kami.ooi'8 Nan W:ktminsteh   Vancouver
Fkrnik Nanaimo Hosilavd Victokia
\ UKON DISTRICT���Uawson and WHITS Hi 113'..
UNITKD STATES���Nkw York, San Francisco, oSattlb, PORTLAKD, Skaowav,
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Received .ml Interest Allowed.   Present Kate 3 Per Cent
Nelson Branch.
,^,^ii��L.��L,��i.��n��ii��"��"��"0'>a'w�� .~B"��~o��
Zhc IRoval Bank of Canaba
.ncurporated 1869.
( npUat   Aiithorl/cil,
Ttiomas liitchle, Vioe-Pre~i__ei.t.
fi*:;,(urn,iHi.i.un I Capllul
Ronrtl of l-lrcriorn     Thomas E. Kenny,  President;
Wiley Smith   H. G. llauld, lion. Uaviti Mi.. Keen.
Ilrnd Ollice. Haltrav:
General ManaKor. Krl^on L. Peano, Montroal.
Supi.ri:itondoiil of ilranchcs, and SccreUiry, W. B. Torrance, I .all. at,
Iti-aii     Prt!
'ova   8foil��-IIall_ax   Branch,   Anrt^'onl".
BridtfowuLor, _-t.jn_H.ro. i.ondon.. ���-. I >l
enburK. Jlaitland (HantnCo.), Piotou, Port
Hawkosbury, Hydncy. rihubcnacadic.Tmro,
Sew     IE run swlrli ��� Bathurst.      Doi'-hnKtcr,
Kredericton,  Kinnsto"   .Kent, Co.l, Mono
ion, Newcastle, Sack villc, Ht, John.Woodstock'
r. K. Isluurt���(JharloLtetown.Wuuinieivide.
: r.M*c���Montreal, (City Offlco), Montreal
West End (Cor. Xotro Damo and Sol��-
n^wris StreetBjJ WenLinount (Cor. Greene
Avenue ai d St, Catharinew  Street,
O11 larlu���Ottawa.
Nc .vloutxIlniHl���St. John's.
('ni>n. �� isi ISKll^fi���Havana.
Untied kuups-Now York (Hi KxchanRe Placo
KopUhlic, Wanh.
Grand  Jorks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Ressland,   Vancouvei1,
Vanconver East End, Victoria
I'urr,-'.(!<���idv;,l>l :
t'nnnrtn-MorchantB ~ank of Cnnndii.   BoMdll���NaUonal Ehttwrnnt Bnnk.   Chlcaro-lllinoU
Crust and Savings Hunk.   Dan mn el sen���first nation ul Iinnk.   Lnmloii, Gnu.-Hank ot
Jcotland.   (Mi, France-Credit LyonnniH.   Berniuita-Ilank Of Bornillda.   Ililmi  J���
pan-Honu Kong and Shanghai BanJtliiR Corporation.   Upokane���Old National Rank.
General Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bought
and Sold, Liners cf  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Axcountu received ou the most favorable terms.    Interest allowed on  special
deposits and ou Having Bank accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
A (Tooil dish of ice cream
is appreciated by the worst
of men. Might try rr forming thnt husband of yours
by investing in one of the
best bits of hardware we
sell.   That's the
Ice Cream
.__feR1m.���n   _5fr ,.��PPCr Mi-"eS Wanted at the EXCHANGE,
investors    MILLINU   U0LD  P^P^ties  wanted at once for Eastern
Parties having  mining  property for  sale are   requested to send
iples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition
claims^nTldtish^ohimbia" P''081K>Ct0rS Who haVe V���^ ^���*
0HA��Srtt.rv^.al__.^w^nn _1ffl^  * *** the ^   .
All samples should be sent In- express, PREPAID '
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to I
>    ,. ,   _ ANDREW  F.  ROSENBERGER !
J    Telephone No. 104.   P. O. Box 700. mpTjSm  ��� n     '
Construction Work
Oaveuts, Designs, Copyrights and
trade Marks obtained in Oauuda
and all foreign oountriea.
Room 3, Bank of British North
America, Hastings Htr����^. Vun-
If there is anything you .equi.o,B-���
for   it  in   the  eulumna of the Miner.
Healed separate and whole tenders
will be received by the undersigned
until 12 o'cloeh nonn on Monduv, the
UOth inst, for the different trades in
Connection with the erection and completion of the   now school building.
Thu lowest, or any tender not necessarily accepted.    Plans and   spedflca-
ioiis   enn be seen at   my oflice in the
Houston block.
11   PURDY
OiiHloni House Broker ttnd Employment
oiiice.   Telephone ii.   i>. o. in _ 682,
Manley Street, Nelson, B. O.


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