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Array Daily Edition No.   1150
u\>r��t'*. 83i0�� Nelson,   British  Columbia, Wednesday,   September 25,  1901
THE EVENT OF
A GENERATION
flag or other einb-em of patriotism.
Stops were made at Alinonte.Arnprlor
and Renfrew long enough tor the
Duke and Duchess to receive greeting
from the town officials and Make brief
acknowledgement.
Eleventh   Year
No Function In Ottawa Has
Approached the Reception
Tendered Royalty,
Their Modesty, Dignity and
Kindly Interest Win the
Hearts of Subjects.
oiiiuva, Sopt.24.���ottn-.-nns at 12.30
tiiis. afternoon hade (lod speed to lhe
Royal party on its trip aeiosi Canada.
Theii visit will never be forgotten by
this generation, for it has boen one
nf the most enjoyable events tho oapi-
tal ever celebrated. Their Royal
Highnesses have been favored wilh
splendid weather from the day ihey
stepped oil' the train last Friday. Ths
Impression they made on all minds it,
of the most favorable character. Then
stay .''.niimp tho capital's residents
lias heen of a happy blend of quiet dig
uity and modesty. The Duke has
Hiin-.*. 11 himself a public speaker of
ability. Ilis enunciation is distinct,
ami what pleased Ottav7ans mo6t of
all was his uceonl, which is almost
thill nf the native horn Canadian. His
man nor throughout has beon frie
from all affectation. His thanks for the
kindness shown liim in such prolusion
have heen thoroughly sincere and
muny of those in the humbler walks
of Iift- with wlioni he camo in contact
will treasure up fond remembrances
of tlni interest he took in their various
occupations.
Today's **r��-*"n**._inn fioin Rideau
Hall to Elgin street depot passed ovoi
tho rniilo of the one on Friday and
was attended by an immense eiowd.
Tlio Duke and Duchess wore kept
bowing from tlie timo they left the
hull till they steppod on Ihe magnificent tram provided by the Canadian
l'acilic railway company, Tha
mounted escort was furnished by tho
l'i nice Louiso Dragoon guards. A
���salute was fired by the Ottawa field
battery. The Duke and Duchess shook
hands cordially on tho station plat-
fortn with those with whom they
come in contact while in the eity.
Her Exeolleuoy, Lady Minto, accompanied Their Royal Highnesses, but
l.oiil Minto remained here and will
meet the party again in Toronto on
the retuin trip.
North llay, Sept. 24.���The Duke
and Duchess of Cornwall and York
resinned their torn* west through
Canada today and theii next stop of
any length will be made at Winnipeg
on Thursday aftei a continons run of
IS hours from the oapital.
Then* departure from Ottawa was
made the occasion of another display
of popular friendship. The people
tilled the avenues between Rideau
Hull and Elgin streot station and as
the Duke and Duchess tode past gave
thorn a p-rting oheor. Smartly uniformed dlagoons'whi rode at a spritcd
pace formed their escort from Government house to the station. At the
depot a large guaid ot honor was
nn.tuil and the extended lines of
troops readied several blocks up Elgin
Street, The members ol the Dominion
Ottbinet, Mayor Morris, gownod in
roues of olliee, antl many prominent
oltiaons gathered at the depot to bid
'"row.II to then* Royal guests. Tho
.fecial train of tho ducal party was
again preceded by a pilot special on
wllloh went the Countess of Minto,
���Vernier Laurier and a largo party
that iH to accompany the Duke. Tho
Pilot spi-oial pulled away nt 19 o'clock
"nd the duoal train half an bour
Inter.
Bright sunshine nnd clear sky mado
*�� day an ideal one for travelling,
���fhe route of the Royal train was over
the main line along tho west bank of
the Ottawa rivor, lirst through farm-
"���g district and thun through a sec-
'""i cut hy rivers dotted with lanes
���Od all prettily wooded. The coming
"f night found the train speeding
through the groat pine forests and
bioken ranges ol the upper Ottawa.
Tuniorit-w the tialn will skirt the
forth shore of the groat lakes to the
Bloat province of Manitoba. Few
Mops weie mado today although all
through the thickly settled portions of
Ontario travelled by tho train tlio
Poople gathered at the stations unxi*
���"����� '<>r a sight of the Royal couple
a,'d   houses   near   the track showed a
CZOLGOSZ TRIAL ENDED.
lie is Found Guilty   and Will He Sentenced on Thursday.
lluffalo, Sept. 2-1.���Leon F. Czolgosz,
ilias Frod Nieman, was today found
guilty of murder in the first degreu by
jury in Part 111 of the Supreme
eourt, in having on Sept. Oth, shot
President MoKinley, the wounds in
dieted by such gunshots afterwards
resulting in the death of tho president. The wheels of justice moved
swiftly.
The trial of the assassin consumed
eight hours and twenty-six minutes
and covered a period of only two
days. Practically all of this time
was occupied by tho prosecution in
presenting a case so clear, so conclusive that even had tho prisoner entered the plea of insanity, it is doubtful if the j iry would have returned a
���erdiot different from the one rendered today. Tho announcement made
this afternoon by the attorneys for
Czolgosz that tho eminent alienists
summoned by the Erie county bar
tssociation and hy the district attorney to e.xa'niso C/.olgosz and to determine his exact mental condition
had declared him to be perfectly sane,
destroyed tho only vestige of a defense
that Judges LewiH and Titus could
have put togethoi. Before adjournment Justice White announced that
he would pronounced sentonce upon
the defendant on Thursday afternoon
it 2 o'clock. Czolgosz was immediately taken through the tunne! hack
to tbe jail.
To all appearance he was in no nay
affected by the result of the tiial.
The crowd which gathered at the city
today wis'tli- Invest which lias seen
him since his arrest People were
lined up on both sides of tho big
rotunda on the second floor whero the
c.ni11 convene and fiiuged the stair
leading from the floor. There was no
demonstration. A large number of
women witnessed today's pro-
cccedings.
YACHT   MEASUREMENTS  TAKEN.
BLOCKING
CONSTRUCTION
LOOKING FOR
WESTERN TRADE
minister, will arrive hero on Tuesday
next by lhe steamer Tosh Maru, on a
| visit to America for his health It
i was previously announced that he
wouhl land at San Francisco, but
today thi* agent of the Nippon   Viisi-n
Province Delays Building of;Whito Star Liners for the Pa
the Phoenix Branch of     I       ciflc���New C. P. R.
KRU GEE'S FUNDS
RUNNING LOW
the V. V. & E.
Steamer.
A Discovery of Nickel Ore Has Telegraph Through to Daw-
Been Made on the
Tulameen.
son���Martin's Political
Prediction.
(SnCCIAL TO TUB Ml Mill.)
Grand Forks, H. C, Sept. 24. ���Word
reached heie today that the Dominion
government has accepted   the plans of  election   in   til
the    V.    V.   Sc   E.   railway    for   the   on party lines.
(SPECIAL TO THU MIMU.)
Vancouver,   Sept.   21.���Joe   Martin
gives   it  as his opinion that the next
province will be run
As he   is supposed to
Shamrock Gives the Columbia  Little
Time Allowance
New York, Sept. 24.���The olllcinl
measurement of the challenger Shamrock II. and the defender Columbia
were made public at the New York
Yacht Club. The result was in the
nature of a surprise, for it
showed that tho Shamiock, which is
the larger boat so far as sail area and
displacement are concerned, allows
only 43 seconds to tho Columbia over
the course on which the contests for
the America cup are to be sailed.
Tbe measurements are: Columbia-
length of loud water lino. 89.77 feet;
length from the after end of tho main
boom to the end of the point of measurement, or the end of the bowsprit
where the jib topBail halyard block
is fastened, 102.78 feet; foreside of
must to the end of point of measurement, or end of bowsprit as above,
73.8(1 feet; lengtn of spinnaker boom,
73.30 feet; length of main gaff, 04.D4
feet; length of topmast, m.ii-l feet,
minus 1-5,51.71 feet; upper side of
main boom to the topsail halyard
block 134.74 foot.; square Jeot of sail
area, 11,4114 square feet; the sailing
length as per rule, 102.50 foot.
Shumrock 11.���Length of load wator
lino, 811.25 feet; length from the after
end of tho main boom to the end of
the point of measurement, or the end
of the bowsprit where the jib topsail
halyard blook is fastoned, 184.08 feet;
foreside of mast to the end of point of
measurement or end of bowsprit as
above, 78.28 feet; length of spinnaker
boom, 78.28 feet;.length of main gaff,
0b.17 feet; length of topmast 08.18
feet, minus 1-5, 54.511 feet; upper side
of main boom to the topsail halyard
blook, 143.311 feet; square|fcet of sail
ana, ll,si3 square feet; sailing length
as per rule 103.50 feet.
Both boats ware measured with two
mon on board. The ditforenee in Iho
Hailing length ot tho two boats is
1.435 foet. Tbis computed on the time
allowance of Now York Yacht club
rules, givos tho Columbia an allowance of 43 seconds in a thirty-mile
course.
PRINCIPAL GRANT'S CONDITION.
Kingston, Sept. 24.���Principal
Grant had a comfortable day with no
ohange. He is very weak. Among
nailers were Archbishop Gathier,
Bishop Mills and Chief Justice
ditb.
proposed l'hoenix branch. Construe- have the ear cf Premier Dunsmuir his
tion work cannot start until the right- opinion just now carries much weight,
of-way is approved of by the Provin- Mr. Martin said: "The Conaerva-
cial government. The delay in seeur- tives wanted it last election. This
ing this formal permission has time yue will accommodate them."
created an unfavorable impression | Owing lo alleged threats made by
here as the plans were transmitted to , fishermen that they would burn down
Victoria over six weeks ago. the Chinese and Japanese   arches, the
George   VV.   Humbcrger,   mayor  ot! police have been instructed by   Mayor
Phoenix,   has returned from   a trip to  Towuley   to   see   that   the threats, if
Franklin camp on tlie east fork of the
nortli fork of Kettle river. He was
accompanied by John Meyers, a claim
owner       Mr. Kumbergor examined   a
made, aro not carried out.
News reached the city today that L.
H. Goldie, a Vancouver miner, had
been killed hy   being  swept over   tbe
number of properties witli a   view   to; falls  of   Powell   river   near  Texada
investment. lie predicts a great future fcr tho camp, Whilo there he
met Hugh Cannon, of Grand Forks.
who bas been opening two claims adjoining the well known Newby claim,
Tlie ledge is described as nearly one
hundiod feet wide with somo splendid
ore, including bromide of copper, cn
the surface.
Frank Turner of Seattle, has purchased a controlling interest in the
Owl Musio hall. The ileal was negotiated by C. D. Rand.
D. Q. Corbln's King Solomon mine,
in Copper camp, is now a steady shipper to the Granby smelter. It will
ship three carloads a week. There
are ono thousand tons on the dump.
J. A. Leckie, M. E., and Aeneas
Shaw, of Gieenwood, have just returned from a trip to the headwaters
of the Tulamen river where they
locatod a niokel claim. The deposit
is believed to he very extensive but
no development work has been done.
Tha discovery is noteworthy as nickel
Hitherto has not heen found in this
province in paying quantities. It is
true that a small stringer of nickel
was found neai Fort Steolo several
years ago but the showing did not
justify development. LieutennntJLeckie
brought hack wiith him a number of
samples of tlio Tulameen nickel.
These specimens have been forwarded
to the works of the Orford Nickel
Company at Sudbury, Ont., and will
be analyzed.
An unknown man, who arrived at
Stewart, a railway camp on the V. V.
&. K. railway, near Cascade, last
night seeking work, was found dead
in bis bunk this morning. Provincial
Constable Dinsmore has left here for
the camp to hold an investigaion.
On the completion of tho Republic &
Grand Forks railway, it is understood
lhat the freight and treatment rate for
Republic ores will not exceed SO.50
per ton. Th3fleores will be treated at
Grand Forks.
ROOSEVELT IN HARNESS.
Washington, Sept. 24. ��� President
Roosevelt yesterday was interviewed
by ex-Senator Carter, of Montana,
president of the St. Louis exposition
commission. Mr. Carter talked to
the president about securing a complete exhibit for the exposition from
the United States insular possessions
and the president promised that the
exhibition management would be
heartily seconded. President Roosevelt went for a long horseback ride
into the suburbs this eveniug. He was
unaccompanied on his ride nnd was
gone about two hours. The president
s busy familiarising himself as far
as possible with the machinery of each
of tbe government departments.
O. 8. TRANSPORT ASHORE.
San Francisco, Sept. 24.���A cablegram received by the Merchants'
Exchange announces that the transport BufTord, which left here some
months ago is ashore on a sand bar
near tbe Island of Miudcnao. Assistance has heen sent to the scene. The
HiilTcird   waB   bound   from Manila   to
More-   Hong     Kong
I occurred.
island.      He was last seen clinging to
a canoe in the whirlpool.
The Y. M. C. A. will accept the
offer of fl,000 to play the New Westminster lacrosse champions at the
New Westminster exhibition. The
money will be spent in buying tickets
to cistern Canada and return for the
Y. Jl. C. A's on the occasion of tbeir
try for tlie Minto cup.
n Ixj World lias the story this aftor-
niion that tiie White Slur line will
run the steamers Germanic and Hril-
annic between Vancouver and Australia wlien the I'aoillc cable is completed. It also states the keel of a new
C. P. R. Oriental liner bus been laid.
Tho authority is mentioned as a "well
known capitalist."
A spocial to Tho Province from
Ottawa says it is extremely probable
that tho portfolio of Labor, held by
Postmaster-General Mulock, will be
offered to Ralph Smith, M.  P.
The civilized world ia connected
with Hie Klondike by tilegruph. The
all-Canadian government telepgmph
line from Vancouver to Dawson was
completed at 4.2(1 today. The lirst
despatch to go through was a message
of congratulation from Governor Ross
of Klondike, now at Vancouver, to his
legal representative at Dawson. It
wus dated 5 p. m. Messages have
boen coining through over since. The
line is 2,200 miles long and part of
the route is that taken by the aban
doned line originally projected for the
Collins overland route in 186G that was
to have connected America with
Europe when the successful projection
of the Atlantic cable stopped the enterprise. The line starts at Vancouver
and touches Ashcroft, Quesnelle, Haz-
elton, Tolegruph creek, White Ilorso,
Dawson and oonnects at lhe Alaskan
boundary with the projected Amcii-
can government line frcm St. Michaels. A branch line tups Fort Simpson for convenience of incoming Dawson sUuincrs.
JAPANESE MINISTERS COMING.
Elaborate   Preparations  lo   Welcome
the Duke to Victoiia.
(Sl'ICt'lAI, TO  TIIK!   M1MCK.)
Victoria, Sept. 84.���A. I). Shopard,
who has juft resigned his post as
general lreiglit agent of tho Southern
Pacific at San Francisco, is coining to
Victoria for the Pacific Improvement
company, tho namo iindei which the
directors of the Southern Pneilin, who
hold tho minority Interests in the
Dunsmuir property, are known. They
have about 40 per cent, of the stock in
tho Wellington colliery and it iB their
interests which Mi. Shopard will
safeguard. He is expected about the
end of September Ho has been 27
years with the Southern Pacific und is
rogarded ono of the cleverest railway
mon in the west. lie will not be
salared by the E. Sc N. but by the
l'aellio Improvement company.
Elaborate preparations are being
made to welcome the Duke nnd
Duchess of Cornwall. Five warships
from the navy, the Dominion steamer
Quadra and two torpudo boats will
convoy the steamer   Empress with the
Kalsba   was   notified  tbat he was ou I
the company s steamer.     As the Duke  Disconsolate Condition Of tlie
and Duchess of York are to arrivo the
same day il is possible   that the mnr-l
quis will be asked   to lake part in the
reception.
The charge against two cf the
striking longshoremen of intimidating
non-union men was withdrawn at the
request   of the prosecution    today
Boer Refugees.--No Fn-
voy to Roosevelt.
he[Turkish Brigands Still Hold
there was not snlliciont evidence to
convict.
Rev. Dr. Campbell will pay a visit
to ti e lazaretto at Daroy island to-
mrroow at the request of the London
Missionary society and see if something cannot bo dono for the lepers
confined there.
Tho sealing schooner Vera returned
from the Copper islands this afternoon. The Vera bus taken 035 skins
for the season and the City of San
Diego 1,049. The Vera took one skin
off the Copper island which was
branded in tlie llehring sea. The seizure o? the schooner Josephine, of
Yokohama, by a Russian gunboat is
reported by the Vera. 1'ew details
were recorded of the seizure which
occurred at Tattu. The City of San
Diego reported the Japanese schooner
Henry Dennis, which was said to have
gone tou rookery in theOtkotsh iea for
her catch of 025, nearly double that
tuken by the majority of Japanese
vessels. The majority of tlie Japanese
"chooneis went north to the llehring
sea.
Miss Stone, the American
Missionary.
EASTERN CANADIAN NEWS.
Toronto, Sopt. 24.���A fire in the
Austrian Jewish synagogue on Chestnut street at an early hour this morning caused intense excitement among
tho Jews who feared tho destruction
of the scroll on whioh is written the
law of Moses and which is regarded
as sacred hy them. It was, however,
saved with hut slip-lit damage. The
loss lo tho synagogue was about (300.
Toronto, Sept. 24.���Tho reported
outbreak of anthrax in Manitoba and
tbe Northwest caused gieat consternation at the cattle market hore today.
A message was sent to lion. Sydney
Fisher, minister of agriculture, calling upon liim to do everything possible to stamp out tho disease and pro-
vent an outbreak of it in Ontario
and Quebec.
Montreal, Sept. 2-1.���Tho executive
of tho senior lacrosse league today decided that the Shamrock and Cornwall
team should play off the tie for the
championship next Saturday in Ottawa. The Shamrocks wanted to play in
Montreal on the Montreal or National
grounds, but Cornwall carried the day
desiring to  play   n Ottawa.
Montreal, Sept.   24.���The   Montreal
The Hague,Sopt.24.���The Associated
Press representative here learns that
the announcement mnde in Brussels
that Mr, Kuger had decided to semi a
special commission to President
Roosevelt is not correct. The oxpenses
incurred since Mr. Kiuger came tl
Europe have reduced the Transvaal
funds io a small sum. lu fuel Borne of
the liners here are even dei-titllte nud
all of tbem agree that Mr. Kiuger has
scarcely enough for himself. The
course probably to be adopted will be
that Montague White will be instructed to approach the United
States Government.
A MISSIONARY'S SAD PLIGHT.
London, Sept. 25,���Turkish troops,
says a deospatch to the Daily Telegraph from Constantinople,rushed the
village in whioh it was supposed the
brigands held Miss Stone,the abjneted
American missionary, but found it
empty, the brigands having gone into
Bulgaria with their captive.
Star's London cable says:
scout 37,501, John Dougal, was killed
at Duster's rock on Sept. ir,. Sergeant
James Walsh and Sergeant John F,
Lnstlove Wood are dangerously ill of
enteric fevor at Pretoria.
Toronto, Sept. 21.���The ladies of
Toronto havo called a meeting for
tomorrow lo consider the matter of a
present to Iho Duchess of Cornwall
antl York on her visit to Toronto.
SIFTON MURDER TRIAL.
After Many Delays Now in Progress
in London.
London, Ont., Sept. 24. ���The Irinl
of Gerald Sifton for the murder of
his father was begun here totlav. On
June 80th, 1800, tlni Slftous and farm
laborers were engaged in putting up a
nay fork in a barn, The crown says
tbat John Hit ton was struck on thu
head by an axe antl the body placed so
as it would appear that he hud fallen.
The deft use says he did fall. One of
the prisoners named Herbert made the
confession that Sifton wns murdered.
Tho elder Sifton intentletl marrying
again and this is said to have furnish'
ed the motive for tlio murder. At the
afternoon session of the eourt Ileihert,
took the stand ami swore Sifton had
told him the morning of thu murder
that be intended to kill his father,
and that if lie wouhl assist him, lie
wiiild give him S3,000. When the old
man was coming up tim trap door in
the burn. Ileihert hit liim on the head
with an axe. Ilo then became disheartened   and   i new the axe   down.
Canadian I sifton picked   it  up   nnd   struck   his
 i.iii.,.i i . ... ...
St. Thomas, Sept.21.-John, the III*
year-old son of Mr. Alexiinilei'siui of
South Dorchester, fell from his bicycle
ou Saturday and broke his neck, dying instantly.
Kingston, Sept 84.���Principal Qrant
was much Improved this morning antl
hope is now expressed for his recovery.
WILL RAISE A ROW.
Montreal, Sept. 24.���The story has
been circulated thnt the government
recommended that knighthoods be
conferred on the mayors of Quebec
antl Montreal and on Senator Drum-
raond. Mayor Profontaint was asked
to tell what ho knew this morning
about tlie matter. He said: "Yes,
that Is so, bnt the governor-general,
without consulting his piiuio minister, undertook to change the recommendation, Such a thing is iinhcaid
of.."
when     tho     accident   party aboaid from Vancouver.
Marquis   Ito,    the  Japanese   prime
EMMA (KlLllMAN FREE.
Chicago, 111, Sept. 21.- Emma
Goldman is now a free woman. Tl
attorney for the city informed Magistrate Prondiville that the Superior
court bail freed the men named as her
co-conspirators, ami that there was no
evidence against hor.
father several bows. Then the body
wus let fall through an opening In the
side of the barn and things fixed so it
would appear death had been accidental through    the    fail.       Herbert's
story appeared lo carry convlotion
with it.
NO FIRE ARMS FOR CHINA.
Washington, Sept. 24,���In a despatch just received at the deportment
of state da tod September 8th, Mr.
Rockhill, U. s. commissioner in
China, informs the department 1 lint
uii Imperial rteoreo will be issued
promptly by th. Chinese government
prohibiting fur the pei lod of two
years the importation into china of
tire arms antl ammunition as well as
material for their manufacture.
The itatos uf tiie reciprocity tr-*aty
now perilling before congress was discussed by tin) cabinet today.
CABINET REPRESENTATION.
Ottawa, Sept.24.���Hon. James Somor
villi, has not yet lio*;n offered a portfolio.;; It is slated Hint he will have
to wait until Sir Oliver Mowat'a term
iih lieutenant-governor expires,causing
a vacancy In the Ontario representation in the cabinet, The chances ot
Hritish Columbia's being given cabinet representation aie considered
good.
SAMPSON TO RFTIRE.
Washington.    Sept.    21. ��� Rem    Admiral Mortimer Johnson,    commander
of   the Port Royal   naval Station, will
assume command of the  Boston  yard
on October 1, relieving Admiral Sampson. Admiral Sampson will retire by
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The Dominion government, at tho
request of tho Imperial authorities,
lecently disallowed two acts of tht*
provincial legislature which wore
directed agaicbt Oriental immigration, The London Times in a recent
issue discussed the disallowance and
states that 'Japan lias thrown her
whole territory open to foreigners,
���wliu wish to travel, reside or trade
there, and it would be a serious matter to attempt to curtail off-band in
any part of the British Empire the
right to which the subjects are entitled by reciprocity. The government of Japan entered a vigorous protest against tho contumelious treatment to whicli some of her subjects
-were subjected by the United States
authorities in Japan anil this shows
that Japan is determined to uphold
those rightB without fear or favor,
and it has already borne fruit at
Washington. Apart, moreover, from
the serious damage which the hasty
action of the colonies might do in
this respect to our imperial relations
with Japan, they would do well to remember that Japan is in a position to
exercise reprisals against them, and
pDssibly to inllict losses which would
far outweigh the benefits tbey hope
to reap from a restricton of Japanese
immigration. We are surprised that
this aspect of the question should be
ignored by a Canadian writing from
Victoria, U. C. who has under bis
eyes the splendid fleet of the Empress line t~f steamships constantly
passing tc and fro between Canada
and Japan, the evidenco of tho great
trade which has sprung up ciurin , the
past docade between the two
countries, and which is annually increasing to the benefit ol both. Tbe
case against China must necessarily
stand un a somewhat different footing
so long as China refuses to open up
her own territory to foreigners as
freely as Japan does, and continues to
hold aloof as far as possible from all
contaot with the outer world."
If the London Times would adjust
its spectacles ami look a little nearer
into the condition of the people of the
city in which it is published it would
observe that the workers in the east
end of London are demanding restriction on alien immigration of a pauper
or a semi-pauper typo, which is
expelling tlio home born worker of
the metropolis and other Hritish cities
and substituting for his labor that of
the immigrant trom Ceutral Europe.
The inilux is creating conditions
which are said to be intolerable.
The landlords antl sweatini,'- tenants
nre exaoting exorbitant rents. English citizens are being driven from
native parishes and thu bread taken
from their months. It is proposed to
Introduco a bill into the next parliament to prevent Ibis class from entering England. The movement is non-
political and has already received the
endorsation of i.iciutieia ot parliament, sitting on both sides uf the
house of common**.
The pauper labor of Central Europe
is to the English worker the same as
the Oriental lnboi is to the Canadian
toiler. Thev work ho cheaply that
neither the Englishman nor tho Canadian can compete with them and
ultimately they tako tbo bread ont of
tbeir mouths antl drive thoin ont of
their country. The first duly of a
nation or a cotnmowealth is to protect
its citizens againsl all possible harm,
hnd cheap pauper labor will do what
a foreign foo could not, drive tlu-ui
cut of the country which gave the in
birth. The English worker should be
protetetl from the competition of a
horde of cheap woi ktira coming from
Central Europe nntl the citi/.ons of
Hritish Columbia should be saved
fiom the competition of tha yellow
paupers from  the Orient.
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H. E- CROASDAILE Agent Nelson*
disaster   of this  kind the citizens get i will undoubtedly   exceed   820,00(1,000.
together and provide for the establishment and maintenance of a fire department and an adequate water sup
ply, hut it is then a case of shutting
the stable door after the horse has
been stolen. The better way is to provide those safeguards before the calamity has taken place. New Westminster, Sandon and Kaslo witnin
the past few years have had very destructive fires, but Nolsun, Rossland,
Trail, Grand Forks and Greenwood
have escaped Buch disasters hy providing waterworks ot the gravity system
and fairly good lire apparatus. Mel-
son and Kossland have paid fire departments, which experience haa
shown to be the most ellicient, and as
a result of these precautions thev
have escaped from the peril of fire
with only comparatively small
tosses. Eternal vigilance is necessary
and the departments should keep pace
with the growth of the oities. For
instance, Kossland is provided, among
its other facilities, with a fire alarm
system and this apparatus is a great
saver of time in Bending to the fire department notice of tbo outbreak of
dros. Alarms can be turned in from
near the scenes of the fires and many
seconds of timo thus saved. Nelson is
a largo enough and an important
enough city to be provided with a like
convenience, and as soon as the oity
council can see its way clear to provide the funds for tho purpose, an
alarm system should be provided.
Then, with tho department strengthened as the city grows and a strict
observance of the tire limit by-law,
there should bo little to fear in the
future from conflagrations.
KNIGHTHOOD ANU TITLES.
FI1.I. PUOTECTIOl*.
Western towns, lu the earlier stages
of their existence, aro wholly constructed of wood and aro often subject to disastrous conflagrations, antl
nt times, when the wind is high and
conditions favorable for the spreading of flames, are entirely swept
nway. At first they aru provided with
inadequate facilities for quenching
llros antl when one occurs, whioh
eoultl bo prevented from spreading
with proper apparatus and a Sufficient
supply of water, it spreads and des*
troys everything in its path.     After a
.Some discussion has arisen as to
whether the eminent Canadians upon
tvlioui knighthood was conferred as a
result of a visit of II. It. II the Duke
of Cornwall ant'. York to Cauada are
entitled to use sir before their names.
Authorities concede that appelation
lo all of tbem,
The Order of St, Michael and St.
George to which thoy have been raised
was fountled in 1S1H to commemorate
the placing of tho Ionian Islands under the protection of Great llntlan.
It was first limited to natives of those
Island anil Malta. It was afterwards
extended to other subjects of his
majesty who may hold high and confidential situations in the Mediterranean nut! later still to include any
peison who has rondorotl valuable sur-
viees either iu Colonial or foreign
affairs. There are three classes in
the ortior, first Kniglits Grant! Cross,
0, 0, M. O,, of whom there are 05, five
being Canadians; second, Knights
Commander, I*.'. 0. M, Q., of whom
there are '.'Un, and third, Kmghs Companion, uf whom there are 343. Sir
Thomas 0. Shaugenessv is made a
Knight llaobeor, K. II., not being
attacbed to any order.
Wives of Knights are by the strict
letter uf regulation entitled to be
called damns, but practice has bestowed
on -.hum the title of lady.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
The goltl shipments from Dawson
during the months of June, .Inly and
August of this year amount to the
magnificent sum of (18,648,000, Under
i he.-1' circumstances the  year's output
Dr. A. C. Robertson, inspector of
mines in the Yukon, placos tho life of
the district as a pnying placer proposition at a minimum of twenty years,
and says that for the next ten tho
annual output of gold will be from
815,000,000 to 818,000,000. He has
reached tbis conclusion after a careful
examination of the country, but in
arriving at it he bas taken into account improved methods of mining,
cheaper transportation and consequently cheaper labor and a lewer
cost of living. He thinks tbat it will
be found profitable to re-work every
foot of ground that has been already
mined, "They have only begun to
open up the Klondike," he said to an
interviewer.
Some people can be a little too previous and this was the cbbo with the
editor of the Ladysmith Leader, who
is evidently a false prophet. He, the
premier, aud Joseph Martin were certain that John C. Brown wonld be
elected, in fact, they were so certain
that the following appeared in the
issue of the Ladysmith Journal:
"Presuming that all the signs have
not belied themselves in the result of
the election, the Leader offers Hon.
Mr. Brown and the Province of
Hritish Columbia its hearty congratulations upon bis victory, and the
best wishes for a lung and useful
career in the administration of the
Province."
Vancouver is determined to have a
smelter in order to reduce the ores
produced in the coast mines along the
islands and mainland, which are now
being sent to the American side for
treatment. There as here, it is felt
that British Columbia ores Bhould be
reduced at home. The Taooma smelter, however, is endeavoring to balk
tho attempt to establish the reduotion
plant at Vancouver as will ho seen by
the following taken from a Vancouver
exchange: "The efforts made by
Mr. Pellew IlHrvey and others to
secure the installation of a smelter
plant in the neighborhood of this city
have borne good fruit, albeit not in
tho direction of immediately desired.
The movement haa redoublod tho energies of the owners of the Tacoma
smelter, who are busy enlarging and
Improving their plant and premises.
Tbey have in their efforts to seoure
oro whicli might othorwise have gone
to some Hurrard Inlet smelter of the
early future, undertaken contracts for
tho treatment of Alberni and other
Hritish Columbia coppor-bearing ore
at a reduction of 8*1.50 a tou ou former
rates. Some of those contracts aro on
an eighteen months' basis. Mr. Harvey is tho mure assured by what has
occurred, of the accuracy of his view
that'thL-re was, as there shortly again
will be, amplo scope for the profitable establishment of a smelter in the
vicinity of Vancouver."
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producos effects like tho��o of arsenic,
but Dr. King's New Life Pills expol
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gently, easily hut surely, curing Constipation, liiliousncss, Sick Headache, Fevers, all Liver, Kidney and
Bowel troubles. Only 25c at Canada,
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Coast flooring, and
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Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orden by mat! to art*/ branch will have careful a~ul nromct attention.
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rato of
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Subscriptions to be left
with the a^ent,
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Office ��� Two doors west
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Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C,
mining districts.
Baker Street Nelson. B.C.
IN TIIE COUNTY COURT
HOLDEN   AT   NELSON
Between Henry liny, plaint Iff, judg"
ment creditor, ami John Harold Beley
and Harry Luuii wood, defendants
judgment debtors.
Notico is hereby given that pursuant
to no order of* this court dated the
10th day of September, 1001, under and
by virtue of the1' Judgment Ant' a*'*1
Amending iu*Ih, sealed tenders for tim
purohaso of Lot lilil (Four thousand
and threo hundred and tleven) Group
Ono (l), Kootonay District British
Columbia according to tlio olllcinl pin"
or survey of suid district, boiiif,' Hie
property of the above named judgment
debtors,will be received by me at ��'*���'
otlice at the Court House , Nelson,
Uritibh Columbiu, up to ��ntl until tlio
second dny of October, A. D., I1"]1'
at 12 o'clock noon to natlsfy the jnog"
ment obtained in this aetion by the
above named plaintilf judgment
creditoi airuinst, the above named   du-
fendnnts,   judgment   debtors, on
the
_0th day of Juno, 1001. for the sum of
8aiin.uo for debt and taxed costs together with interest thereon from the
said 20th duy of June, 1001, at the
rate of 6 per cent (five per centum)
per annum, und ulso together WHO
the costs of sale and ull other costs
incidental thereto incurred subsequent
to said dute. The charges appearing
on the Register against said lanes
arc as follows:
1001���80th   Juno,   11)01,    2.15   p.   ni
Registration of judgment Henry "ey.
plaintiff,    versus John   Harold   Heley
and Harry Lockwood for MOBjOO.
E. T. II. SIMl'h'INS,
Registrar.
Dated this 17th  day   of  September.
A. .D, 1901. **+**********H*'**+*'**++t\
I ' MINING NEWS, ||
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W It. Williams, accountant of thei
Dominion Copper company, operating
jl,,, Brooklyn, Stemwinder and Idaho
properties In tho Phoenix camp, was
in the eity yestorday and loft last
night fur l-'ist Kootonay, whither he
i-oes for the purposo of visiting the
North star mine. In a chat had with
I,!,,, he stilled that ".vork ou the
Brooklyn and Stemwinder is conlined
���it present to the development of the
lodges some of which nre 100 feet in
width. The intention is to erect a
smelter at some convenient point for
��� I,,, reduction of the oro frnin these
mlnos, The Snowshoe is the latest
shipper in Hie 1'hoeuix cilmp. It is
sending 00 tons of oro a day to the
smelter at Oreenwood, The Snowshoe
haB some large losorvos of ore and
there is talk of tlio company wheh is
operating It, bulldog a smelter. On
tin* Winnipeg a strike of importance
wns recently made, and it promises to
develop   into   a mino of  considerable
 rit.    Mr.     Williams    says    there
is lull; of stiu'linp up the Brand5n and
Holden Crown, whose property adjoins
tlie Winnipeg, now that the latter has
shown where the pay shoots aie
looated.
Phoenix, he says,is growing rapidly
and Is certain to be nmong tbe larger
ciniips of tiie province. The streets are
being graded and sidewalked, and the
npper town Is connected with lower
tmvii by a well graded street,which is
known as Knob lliil avenue. Waterworks are being put in and soon there
will be un ample supply of water for
domestic purposes as well as for extinguishing (ires.
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;*y*?��**re*-s--lH**>�� -fxam
K ..I Steele yesterday received some
extremely rich samples of ore from
the group nl claims on Twelve Mile
oreek, about ten miles north of Kootenny landing, owned by the Imperial
Mini's, Limited. The claims in tho
group nre the Climax, William Tell,
Miirrutt, LaSallo, Imperial Fraction,
l'ope and Eagle Fractions. Thero aro
lour distinct ledges running through
the claims, three of whioh are of valuable ore. One vein carries from 14
to 30 per cent, in copper, and is from
eighteen inches to two feet wide. Al
together 705 feet of development woik
bas been done, including drifts, tunnels und shafts.
At the record ollice yesterday the
following location was entered: 1. X.
L,, between Boulder eieek and tho
oust fork of the. not til fork of Salmon
river by T, F. Blaine. Certificates
of work wei'.i issued Io tlie Royston
Cohl Mines. Limited, on the Royston
fraction.
There are now 2r, men at work on
tiie train ,vny to tho Silver TI ill mine
which is being built to connect with the
wagon road leading to Crawford Bay.
The foreman of the work was in Nelsou yesterday endeavoring to secure a
cook and more laborers.
James Kntlierford, M. K., passed
through the eity yesterday from ItosN-
liwul with a force of men whom he
intends to put to work on some properties wlii,-li he is looking after ou
Tenderfoot creek in '.bo Lardeau
country.
A. L. Davenport nnd Mark II. Gil-
liam left lost evening for the headwaters of Snmmitt and Coitus creeks
io examine some mineral locations
which have beon bonded hy the
former,
Kid Cloves in all   the   newest   Fall
colorings at KERB & CO.'S.
A UiCII STRIKE.
It has Eeen Made on the Primrose in
No,  2 Tuiinl.
���T, W. Westlall locnl manager of tho
"lit Hold, Primrose nnd Guinea Cold
Mining companies, ]ust returned from
those propeities, was seer nt his olliee
nt Trent Lake a few days sinco by a
Trout Luke Topic reporter. Speaking
nr the development on the Old Oold,
hrHuiu: In tunnel No. 1 work is
being pushed witli a double shift and
it is my opinion that the lead should
be encountered within the next thirty
days. A smull test shipment is
being made, but it is the Intention
o' the company to block out ore from
Hie pieH.'iit and defer nny future shipments until conditions nre more favorable for lhe transportation of ore. I
niav say thai Ibis property is looking
exceedingly well under the operations
now being prosecuted.
On the PiimroBO work is being
prosecuted on either end uf the property with a couple of shifts each during the twenty-four hours. Un the
"est end No. 2 tunnel is being eon-
timieil nnd is now in about 00 feet
"nd the ore is beginning to come in
very nionly. I hnve to report a very
important striko on tbe east ond in
No. 2 tunnel which is now In abont
thirty feet. Hore tho ore body on tbe
foot wall is IB inebos in width,having
widened out to this from about six
inches nnd when I loft was still on
the increase. The character of the ore
is ,1 bit of a surprise for from several
assays, wo received gold values ranging from $.*>,.Ml to 8180.80 to the ton.
Copper value.-: ranging from a per
cont, to 20 per cent, per ton. Tlio
silver tests have not yet boon made,
but are expected to run high. The
following aio copies of the results of
Nome of the tests made for gold and
Copperi Sample No. 1, which was
tested for gold alone went 8180.80;
sample   No. 2, which was also   tested
for gold alone, went "*:il,20; sumple
No. 8, whicli was of material taken
clear across tho lead,gave a gold value
of 815.801 sample No. 4, wall matter,
gave a gold value of $0.40; sample No.
5, of zinc tested for gold went 85 00,
In the several tests mnde ns above the
load percentage was not high, running abont 7 per cent, per ton. In a
recent test mnde of this ore for silvor,
returns of 140 ozs. per too were obtained.
In connee'ioi witli the values in
gold and copper, silver and lead, it
may be snid that tbo former values
nre conlined exeluisvelv to the foot
wall, where the paystreak is 15 inches
wide nt present, while tlie latter are
eiinlineil to the bunging wall. At '.he
present stage of development it is not
ftbc IRoyal Banft of Cana&a"
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Biinril nf IHrfoliirn     riiomas K. Konny,  President I   Thomas Ititchlo. VIoePrOHldout.
Wiley Smith, 11. U. Banld, Hon. David MaoKeen.
Il.'inl Ollice, llaliraxi
Ooncral MiumKur. Edson L Pease, Montroal.
Su.urkil nudum of BranohOS, and Bocrotary, W. B. Torranoo, Halifax,
Iti-uii    ent
'ova   Hcotln-Hallfax   Branoh,   Antlgonisli
Bridgewater, Qnysboro, Londonderry, 1.11
riiiiioK. Maltlumi (HantsGo.), Piotou. Port
llawkoshury, Sydney, Bhubonaoadie,Trui*Oi
Weymouth.
New    Brunswick ��� Bathurat,    Domhester,
Fredorloton. Kingston (Kent Oo,), Mono
ton, NowciiM.lo, Hack viliu, Bt, Johtt.WoodRtook*
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THE   MINER'S
WANT   PAGE.
Ible to state jnst how wide the
sreak of siher-lead oro is The meeting with such high values in gold
and copper wns totally unexpected,
but the silver und lead values havo
always boen exceptionally. good.
Development will bo pushed through
tbo winter on No. 1 tunnel at tho
east, end and should catch tbe ore
chute within the next sixty feet. The
tunnel site is a grand One,being located in the timber and nenr to tho
creek and trail. Tlie depth gained
Will be fully foot for foot.
Iiattonberg Lace Collars and Bolorur
at KERB ACC'S.
BROKE THE RECORD.
Rossland Toani Drills Fifty one Inohcs
in 1.", Minutes.
Folly 3,000 peuple saw W. M. Ross
of Phoenix, B. C, aud li. S. McLeod
of Sandon, B. C., break a record io
the drilling contest at tbe big tent on
the Elks' jubilee grounds Monday
evening, says tho   Spokesman-Review.
They drove 51 inches in hard granite
in 15 minutes. Miners declare that
this forms a new world's record. The
previous record, tbey assert, was that
which was made in Spokane by Free-
they and Davoy on October 9, 1H90,
when they drilled 4!i'V inches.
There were threo teams in the contest. They were: Frank Stevens and
Peter Spaulding of Murray, Idaho,
.lames Davey and 11. Stephens of
Marysville, Mont., and W. M. Ross
und tl. S. McLeod, known as the Rossland team. The record made by each
team was as foUows:
Rossland tenm, 51 inches.
Marysville team, id 27*32 inches.
Murray team, 42 15.10 inches.
Tho Rossland team was the fuvoi-
ito in tlie betting pools. The odds
were 5 to 4 before the contest began.
When the Rossland men got down to
work the odds increased to 2 to 1, 10
to 1 and oven 100 to l.with no lakers.
In speaking of otber drilling con-
testsjhelliad beon in with Mr. Ross,
Mr. McLeod said: "At Nolson tbis
year ou the 4th of -luly wo drill for a
oup and the championship of liiitish
Columbia. After eight minutes' drilling wo split tlie rock, having drilled
20 1-Itf inches. The other teams had
withdrawn. In Phoenix on Labor
Day we drilled against live teams and
won by several inches with a depth ot
411 inches.''
Speciul
KERR'S.
values      in     Hosiery    at
THE ARCHITECT SUSTAINED.!
Specilications on tbe Postofiice Build
ing Must Be Followed.
The posit'on taken by Architect
Macdonald 111 regard to tho postofiice
building has boen upheld by the department nf public works. Yesterday
be received a despatch from the chief
architect stating that the contractors
are required to comply with tbo terms
of thc ppecilieatlons nnd tho work
must He carried out to his satisfaction. This shuts out for the present
any necessity af calling in the provincial architect of the department of
works.
RIIAIN-FOOD NONSENSE.
Another ridiculous food fad has been
branded by tho most competent
nutboiities. They have dispelled the
silly notion thnt one kind of food is
needed for bruin, another for muscles,
and Still another for bones. A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of tho body, but it will
sustain every other pait. Yet, however good your food may be, its nutriment is destroyed by indigestion or
dypepsia. You must prepare for their
pponranee or prevent tbeir coming by
aking regular doses of Oieen's August
i' lower, the tnvonte medicine of the
healthy millions. A few doses aids
digestion, stimulates tho liver to
healthy action, purifies the blood, and
makes you feel bnoyaut nnd vigorous.
You can get Dr. 0. Q, (Ireen's reliable
remedies nt W. F. Teetzel & Co.'s.
(let Green's Special Almanac.
; ebec���Montreal,   (City   Ollico),   Montroal
West Kiul (Cor. Not���   Dame and Hubs-   r���rtB,   ,-. a 1  irr   #-> *->    ��-,.��� -,, -.-
nours Streets);  VVostmount (Cor. Greene   r'S-JIX  o/ILt    Off   RENT
Aviuiuo and Ht. Catharines  HLiout.
Ontario*- Ottawa.
NYivliHiniUnn.l    SI. John'H.
.liim. Wettt ladles��� Havana.
I niii'il Hiiii**�����Now York (1(1 K-cohango Plane
Ropubllo.Wash.
BRANC iiS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vancouver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria,
< oir.'_| ],*iil.| t
Caiiada-MnrchnnlP Hunk of Canada.   Boston -National Shawmut Bank.   ��'hlca**;o-llllnol*i
rraBt and Savings Hank.  km, Franclacn-First National Hank.   i,,���.i������,  Bn��_Bank of
Scotland,  i-aris, Prnnee���Credit Lyonnots.  Bermuda���Bank of Bermuda.  China aad Japan���Hong ICoiik anil Bhanghal Banking Corporation.   Spokane���Old National Hank.
Ueneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bough
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most, favorable terms.    Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
If you don't like Blue Ribbon Tea it's
because you  ever tasted it.
Have vou used healthful Hygenic
Baking Powder, tho latest discovery
in chemistry '���'
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\ THfc   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE %
NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK. NELSON, B. C.
Silver-Lead   and   Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
COLD  properties  wanted at once for Eastern
; Cold
�� FREE   MILL1NI
��� investors.
I Parties  having  mining   property for   sale are.   requested to send   \
1 samples of their ore to tlie EXCHANGE for exhibition.                             !
> Vie desire to hear from prospectors who have promising mineral '
: claims in liritisli Columbia.                                                                        '
> Prospectors and mining men are requested to make the EX- ,
J CHANCE their headquarters wlien in Nelson. ���
j, All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID. ]
. Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to                    ,
I ANDREW   F.   ROSENBERGER.
, Telo phone No. 104.   p. o. Box 700.                                                    NELSON, B.C.    ',
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Special Features of the
Florence   Hot   Blast
Our New Idea Deflector Fire Tot greatly increases the lictiting capacity of the stove, and in connection with the deflector ring forces the
heat to the floor. The base is hot, the floor being warmer than W'th a
base burner.
The Hot Blast Attachment takes in tbe cold air through a duct at the
rear of thc lire pot, the heated air being discharged in a circle at thc top
of fire pot, over fire, thus consuming all thc gases and products of combustion. It can be operated in connection with Ihe front draft door, or
independently, by a screw register in the rear of base, insuring complete
control of tbe stcve with nearly perfect combustion.
The large Hot Air Circulating Klue on the back takes lhe cold air from
the floor and ejects it, intensely heated, through thc top adding greatly
to the heating capacity.
Where the stove is operated according to directions we guarantee it to
consume all the gas contained in soft coal, thus deriving- lhe benefit of
all the heat in the fuel consumed, causing a truly remarkab'e saving of
fuel over any otber skive on the market. The stove will hold fire from
24 to 48 hours without attention.
M'LACHLAN BROS.
&��/ 0/0 tiyie-u, Al/ cuA/
AdvorllHoinoiU- InrforUiil utiitor nils htiiul at
tho ratfl of nntl coin, a word por lnnorLlon. No
adverttsemnnt takon for lnsn than 26 eent��.
Bltuation Wanted advertisements tnsortod
three linnis frnu of cliarKti.
FOR   RENT.���Furnished    house  on
Victoria stroet, near l'hair hotel,
seven rooms, Kent moderate, possession latober 1st, Would sell furniture.    P. 0.  Hox (171.
MISCELLANEOUS
Are you in   want'.'    If
the people, through   'Ilu
column,  what   you ure
You'll  got  it
yuii are, tell
.Miner want
want,   uf.
IU
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
FOU BAbE.���Upright Piano.
Eye   Maple    cuse.    (Decker
New  Ynrli.'    Apply Hox SIS, Ni
Bird's
llros.,
Isini.
BOOMS TO KENT.���K. VV. C. Block-
Two rooms en suite on Ward st.,
also rooms facing the .vest. On Sep-
tember 1, two BirglO rooms and two
or three en r.u.te facing Baker st.
Furnish?'. or unfurnished. Mrs. If,
I. bqmre, Koom Jl, K.   Vi. 0. Illock.
ROOM and board In    private   family.
Apply ou Siliea  streel, second   dour
west of Ward.
WANTED
A good woman rook   wants  a   situation   in   a hotel   or camp, or would
accept any position in a hotel,    Apply
Miner Office.
WANTED. ���A second    baud   roll .top
deal;.    Applv Miner office.
WANTED���A ludy wishes a   baby   to
take care of.      Address "A.   II. C."
this ollice.
WANTED. ���A good cook stove,   price
must be reasonable,    Address .... V.
'A.,  Minor olliee.
NELSON Employment Agency,  Haker
street.    Phone 278.   ,1. II. Love.
'WANTED.���Dishwashers.      Second
Cook.     Waitrcsss       Stone    Masons,
Laundress.       Sawyer.       Edger     fur
Sawmill.
Contracts taken   for   Diamond   Core
Drilling.
WANTED.- Waitress,Oirls for Qouse-
2 work. Men for Kailroad wink,
men lor sawmill, seoond cook $50 per
month, stune mason.
Western Employment Olliee, II. A.
Prosser, Phone -70.
Storage���I have a large warehouse
for storing household or other
goods.
MISCELLANEOUS
ntl'li Miuinj*. ��i>l<l rroiiirih*hiVr aro
iiii\I'*iin in secure a re-n tree iiillilii**. gold
properties at once. The Prospector's Exchange, Nolson' II. tl, itoom 1, fi.-.v,-*.'.
Block.
MOLD Sll.Vlilt llll'l'l.lt 1,1'AH -Mine-    ami
prospenls wanted.  Henri report and nam
pies to tlie Prospector's Kxeliange. Neluon.
it r.   ii.i.i*,, 111. .V. <. block.
0. D. J. CHRISTIE
Has Money to Loan  at 8 per Cent.
On improved Heal Estate in
amounts of 81,01)0 and upwards.
Loans qnickly ai ranged.
Three, four, live and six roomed
houses for rent.
5-Roomed Cottage for sale, -f 1,700.
Two 85-foot building lots , $500.
Insurance, Heal Estate, Rentals.
H. & M. BIRD
BROKEN HILL BLOCK.
NliLSON, U. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
VJ KLSON   SODA    WATi.il    KAUTOKV -
XI     W. 51, 1 minimi-,  Lomioo���Kvery Known
variety of aofi drink*   Punuxta. Tulopbun
No. 31, lioovur Hu-oiit, Nulaou,   Uottleraot the
[tuuouM .-~. Luuii Uolttprluga Miuoral Water
ARCHITECTS
C1ANK ii ,MA< ilUNAU* ill. (Juliu, Jaiuu
/ A. M .odonaldl���Architects and uuuorln
toudonu, lliokcn Hill Hlook, corner llukei ami
Warn tttroola, .Ncl-,011
COMMISSION  MERCHANTS
H.J_,
KViNS it CO.���Bakor Street, Nei
i*~\V iiuiLciiiu dealera in liquors, oi-
Kurs, oeroout, Uro oriole mid Ure olny, water
pipe atui Htool railt-j, aud gonera! oomnilBeloa
uierahanu.
UKOCEEIES
A.
MACDONALD   & Co.���Corner  Fron
aud ilivll aU'ut'tH���VVhuluHulu Krouur
md jobbers iu blankota, ttlovoa, nutu*., Liuoih
'Ubbura, iiiiicJan.Lw- aud uunera' Buudries<
FUKSll AND bAI/r MEATS
ij  DUHNS & Co.���Bakor Street, Nelson���
���   Wholnsuln doalora in Cresh and cured
muuUi.   Cold StoraRe,
tlTfiST   KOUTKNAV    BUTOHJCK   OO.-
TT    Baker Stroet,Nelson���Wholosale dun.
ers in Crosb and oured meats.
HAKDWAU-E & MINING   SUPPLIEb
LASVUENOM JlAKUW'AltK CO - linker
Stroet, Nulsuii ��� Wholesale dsalars iu
bardworoi minors' supuiiun, sporting K*>e<lrt
ut-c,
\f -LAtlll-AN BBOS. (riuccosHora Lo Van
j_tX oouver Hardware Co, Ltd.1 Baker Btreos,
Nelsou���Wholesale dealers in hardware and
uilulng suppllos, plumbora1 aud tlusmltbs' sup
plies.
VT KLHON HAUDWAitUJ CO.-Wholusale
* ���', paints, oils aud glbsR; moohanios1 luuin
Ageuts loi Ontario fowdor Works; Hfnumlto
LIQUORS ANU DRY GOODS
- I iUKNKI., HKKTON ��c Co.-Cornor Vernon
JL ami Josephine Streets, Nelson���Whole
���-���uo dealers In liquors, otgurs,and drygoods-
Agonts for Fabst tiro wing Co. of Milwaukee
aud Calgary Browing Co of Calgary.
HUDSON'S HAY Co.-Wholenalu groceries
ami liquors oto., Baker Street, Nolson.
CjUMBBR
���vJKliHON HAW AND PLANING MILL-
jjl(     Ollice   corner   Hall and   K roil I   KlreeU
Nelson���Lumbor, colling, flooring, and overy
Lhing In wood for building purposes. OeL oui
prices.   Correspondence soliolted.
ORE SACKS A.M) TWINES.
rp   GALLON *
X ���    anil tWlnol
hund  ~
fe ( O.���Doalora In   ore Hacks
Always a large stock ou
Telophono205.  Room li. K.-W.-C Block
JOHN McUTCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial-<,6
Land Purveyor.
.69 NELSON  li C
West Transier Co.
N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER.
Goal m Wood
Patenaude Bros.
OPTICIANS
BENNETT'S FUSE.
Ho  sure and get the genuine
BEN'
Best
Al
Fir and  Tamarac
ways on hand.
All Kinds of Teaming and
Commission Work-
Office on   Baker Street Toi. S3
FOR SALE.
8800���Iloiiso anil two lols on Robson
street, close to the terminus of
tho tram lino.
Jl,600���Three ami a lialf acres of land
in Addition A. House, Stable
and Chicken house.   Kasy lerins.
.1,760���Six roomed house on ilill
titreet, between Josephine and
Hall streets; almost now. Easy
terms.
FOIt RENT.
$15 00���Cottage on Ward street.
(12 00���Cottage on Robson street.
���fHiS 00���Sovcn roomed house on Carbonate street. Very handy to
town.    Healed hy furnace.
92a 1)0���Six roomed home next to thc
corner of Stanley street and
Mines road.
CANADIAN
RAILWAY
VIA
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! H. H. PUYPOED I
& CO.
NETT'S GDTTA PERCHA FUSE,not
something that looks like it. aw-
rence Hardware Co., Agents.
CALL ON  THB
NELSON WINE CO.
and try a bottlo. a down, or a barrol ol
CALGARY BEER iw it ia the bout and
choaDont on tho market. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and     CIGARS
FRANK
Trlephoic 0.1
A. TAMBLYN. M.���...���.
PA*-o**St.. Neluon
POLLMDS ORCBESTKA
can be engaged for Private Parties,
Socials. Receptions, Halls, etc. Kor
particulars apply to J. B. POLLARD, E. J. Robie's Tailoring
Establishment, Baker Street.
A
%       MADDEN    BLOCK
!  Cigars __.
|   Tobacco |
X Phone 117 X
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ic
SILVER KINU MIKE
Will pay the hiKhest cash prieo for all
kinds of eeoond hand goodH. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oaiperU*.
-ooking utensils, bought In household
quantities. AIbo oast off clothing.
Oall and see me or write. Addrest
Silver King Mike, Box '.��. H��H
8^~et. Neluon. F   <-
DON'T READ THIS
Line.
To  All   Eastern   Points  via
Lake Route, All-Rail or Soo
Line, via  St.   Paul   or   Chi
cago.
If YOUR HORSE
Is    lame    or    intei feres
bring  him   to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop. Jo
sephine. Street
ALEX. GIBSON.
The wise man who waits to buy
shares in the Similkameen Valley
Ooal Compuny, Limited until transportation reaches lhe coal fields would
have to pay at least ,."i per share for
what he can now buy for 20 cents In
four equal  monthly  payments   from
REGINALD J* STEEL
PHqNE 278
)
BROKER
I
BUFFALO, $76.00.
Sixty    Days'    Linlit.
Good going Sept. 3rd, 17th
Through Sleeping Cars Kootenay Ldg. to Toronto. Arrowhead to Vancouver.
For pamphlets descriptive of Oan
uiliivn l'acilic tours and for Time Tab e
Kates,  Tickets,   apply
NOTICE
Ow.'ng to change of management all
accounts due thu Hotel Hume Co.,
Ltd., must be paid to me on or hefore
the UOth of September, 1901, If not
same will be placed in the bands of a
collector.
.1. FRED BtlME.
If there is anything you require.asl*
tor  it   in    h*�� Muluuiu  of the Miner.
H. L. Biiown,
City Passenger Ageut
s. Darter,
Dis. Pass. Agt.
Nelson.
E. J. Co-vi-K
A. (1. P. A.
Vancouver
E. J.SCOVIL
NI-.l-.il BROKE--. I.OTABY PUBLIC
Wlndormoro Minos.   CorreapoinlenoeSollotte
WiNbEBMEBB, li. U frSUOl*. t~*IM Him Wf-iMi
t^f(?r*ii.i���.^ . jf
^^_i-**._**fM_>i:,~_N. ���.���5^-1
K.^iawyii*'1*-'���*���*���*��������
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WALL
PAPER
1\'cii(*?c oa p��lfl/oT
a fow days a line of
Hcinnaiit-   of
WALL  PAPER
The    enormous salt;
of our well-known
WAl-LPAPEKS
hfu. left U*_ with u
few odd* and ontto
tbat wu wi-Ji to oleor
out.
WALL PAPER KEMNANTS
THOMSON
STATIONERYCo.1
NELSON. B. G.
PERSONAL
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THE CITY
��� r%r****o����Oi*0%%rV*o**rVr*f**rVrV*A******i"O
There will bo recruit drill at tiie
armory of the Rooky Mountain Rangers tonight at s oelook,
At the police court yesterday not
even the usual drunk turned up, so
there was no session of the eourt.
A director's meeting of the Northwestern .Syndicate will he held at '.'
o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the
ollice of the  Prospectors'  I'lehange.
At the Prospectors' Exchange in
Kelson is a portion of a mastodon's
t* otb, weighing seven pounds. It was
found on Vancouver Island in a hill of
glacial drift. j
Until the new High school building|
Is finished the sessions of   t!'e  scliool
are being held in thc   building Immediately south of  Fraternity   ball,   on;
Kootenay street.
J. M. Keefer,who resided in Nelson
for some time and is well known in
the eity, was married at Dawson Oity
yesterday to Miss Emma Pugh, of
Vancouver. Mr. Keefer is at present
a resilient of Dawson,
A scratch bowling match was played
jesterdav afternoon on the lawn back
cf the court lions'*. One team was
CnT-poicd of Messrs. ,T. 1'*. Weir, K.
_-. Whalley, .. B. Wilson, and J. 0.
A'cl.ennan. and the other of Messrs.
J. Dover, II. P. McLeod, .1. A. Turner
and l'\ Tamblyn, The score was 15
to 12 in favor of the fiist named team.
Dan Rice, the prospector who was
killed by a hear near Kaslo last
Thursday was bmied on Monday
afternoon at Kaslo, thero boing a
j:irge tinnout to his funeral. He was
1* nown to have come from eastern
Canada, but so far as is known never
told anyone whore his home was. He
was employed for some time at the
Joker mine, which he left to go prospecting in the Slocau about a year
ago.
Word was received in Nelson yesler
day by some of the wholesalers that
owing to a heavy snowstorm that had
then lasted forty-eight hours and
(showed no signs of abatement,
turoughout Northern Alberta, deliveries of wheat und graius from Edmonton and towns in that section of
lountry would be indefinitely postponed. It is not known yet how
inunh grain was still uncut when the
Horm came, but the amount is believed to have been considerable.
David W. Moore, oro buyer for tbo
Trail smelter, is a guest at the Hum".
J. Lawrence left yesterday for a
trip to Grand KoiUs and   llreenwood.
I,. A.Campbell, manager ofthe West
Kootenav I'ower Sc Light Co., IB a
goest al the l'hair.
F. A. Mills and family of Montreal,
and T. Tanner of Yakima, Wash., are
stopping at the Royal,
Mr. and Mri. W. .1. McNab havo
gone 10 Wallace, Nova Scotia, for two
months to visit Mr. MeNab's   family.
Fred Burnett, manager of the
loci gas company, received woni last
nght tbat hie nucoessoi Mi. Thomas
is now on his way west.
II. Mcintosh, proprietor of tbe lloff-
luun House, Kossland, passed through
Nelson last night on liis way to attend the horse races at Cranbrook.
,1. A. Magee, of Comapiix, ariived
in Nelson last evening to attend the
directors' meeting of the Northwestern Syndicate which is to be held on
Thursday,
.1. I'linong. proprietor of the Cedars,
a well known Hummer resort on the
St. John iivei, near Kredericton, N.
I!., is expected to arrivo at Nelson
tomorrow. Ho is making a tour of
the west.
Blake Wilson has returned from a
visit to Fernie and vicinity, whither
he went for the purposes of locating
meat supply depots along tbe line of
the copntruotion of the British Columbia S, u hem railway.
closer bonds of friendship unitin
two empires.
The Mikado, in a gracio'.is reply to
the Chinese envoy, expressed a belief
that tho relations between tbe two
countries would be closer in the
futuie.
WITH THE CRACK CYCLISTS.
Iloston, Sept. H.���Elks, Walthour,
Michael and Macr'arlaii'l appeared in
a Ave milo single motor paced race,
the winner to take three heats, here
tonight. Elks and Walthour each
won two I cuts, and as Michael was
obliged to leave for New York and
Mae Ear I a ml did not appear in lhe
third heat, Walthour and Ellis will
ride off the tie Friday evening.
lierlin Wool in Plain and variagated
colors at KERR & CO.'S.
AT THE HOTELS.
Hume.���Mrs. Jennie E. Harris,
Kaslo; R. A. Upper, Revelstoke; W.
E. Boie, Kaslo; II. H. Barnhart,
(leorge II. Kotherman, Ymir; David
W. Moore, Trail: ,1. A. Magee, Coina-
pli.x; II. I). F (ialmond and wife,
Aberdeen, Scotland; Charles Uyde,
Montreal 1 !���'. L.  K'alm, Toronto.
l'hair. ��� I). 0. Johnson, Everett; Mrs.
Mrs.E. Nelson Fell and son,Athabasca
mine; A. It, Heyiund, Kaslo; Allen
Archer, Ymir; J. II. Cameron, Sandon; W. R, Williams, Phoenix; II.
V, Sorand, Slocan.
Ng Chang, who was appointed by
the Presbyterian board of missions tu
look after the spiritual welfare of the
Chinese in the Koctenay, and who
located at Nelson as a centre of work,
Mated yestorday that ho was getting
along well. He wa3 holding meetings
lit which a number of Chinamen attended. He said that tbe greatest
need of the mission at present was
raore volunteer teachers to assist in
the work of teaching tiio Chinese who
attended the meetings English, which
nil were very anxious to learn.
At tbo Presbyterian church last
evening Miss Baskerville. a missionary from Madras, India, addressed a
large congregation of the Young
People's union on the subject ot the
''Condition of Womon in India, as
Compared with Their lot in Western
Lands.1' In the course of her address
hhe dwelt movingly on the sufferings
nf the Hindoo child-widows especi-
nlly blatning all on the religion of
that country. There weie 147,000,000
women and gills and only 70" mis-
Monaries to teach aud   instruct   them
jn Christianity.
A telegram was received by the Nel*
���-un police yesterday from the auihoti-
lics at Grand Forks instructing them
to detain a man whose description
���was given 111 the despatch.
I'tllry it was found that tin
left, going west, yesterday
A message was then sent to
��� table at Robson to arrest
in the Wain and bring him to Nelson,
which Was done, Constable Forrester
iirriving last night with him In
1 barge. Ah the offence with whioh
the prisoner Is oliprged was getting
rut without settling his hoard hill,
which docs not come under the criini-
1 al code, tholirani' Forks police have
Veen asked to attend to tbe case thetn-
t elves, and the chief of police will
1 rohahly arrive in Nelson tooay to
look after it.
Orand Central ���II. McLennan, H.
Aldridge, 8, Marshall, Spokane; A,
L. Pion,Rossland i Vi. Marsell, North-
port; II. C. Thouilinson, New Denver;
W. F. Sherman, Spokane.
Queens.���A. Eonester.'f Robson ; J.
Williams, New Deliver; 0. B. Mcintosh, Silverton; Cliff P. Seale,
Sandon.
LEWIS  RELEASED ON BAIL.
Preliminary Hearing Adjourned Until
Monday Next.
Provincial Constable Young, accompanied by Constable Upper of
Revelstoke, ariived in Nelson yesler*
uay from Rossiand to whicli place
they had conducted B. 11. Lewis, of
Trail, who is accused of having stolen
cash aud checks from registered letters
in the Trail postofiice amounting to
$740. After bis arrest at Revelstoke
the prisoner was immediately released
on bail furnished by Chas. F. landmark and II. N. Coursior. Lewis was
taken to Rossland where he was
brought before Police Magistrate
Boultbee, for a preliminary hearing,
but was remanded until Sept. 30th.
He was then released on ,1,01)0 hail,
"f.,000 of which was furnished by himself and ,1,000 each by Mrs. M. J.
Hanna and W. K. Enlin*,- of Trail. J.
L. O. Abtott has charge of the prosecution, and Messrs. Macdonald and
Clute will look after tho interests of
the defendant.
WESTAWARDSATHOMEAMDABROAD
WINNIPEG & PARIS EXHIBITIONS
DON'T LET THEM SUFFER.
Often children are tortured with
itohing and burning eczema and other
skin diseases but Buuklen's A-nita
Salve heals thejraw sores,expels lnlhim-
mati on, leaves the skin without a
sear. Clean, fragraut, cheap, there's
no sal re on earth as good. Try it.
Cure guaranteed. Only -5c at Canada
Drug & Book Co.
(let your tiees and shrubs from the
nearest nursery. The advantages are
obvious. All varieties of fruit and
shade trees giown at Riverside Nurseries, Urand Foiks.
MEMORIAL SERVICES.
On
eu
mail
had
morning.
the
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* Delicious Dishes
t        made from
Lessons to Be Drawn From McKinley's Foul Murder.
On Sunday evening at tho Emmanuel
Congregational ohureh Rev. William
Munroe preached a memorial sermon
in honor of the late President McKin-
ley to a crowded cbuich. During tbe
service appropriate music was rendered by tho choir. The speaker in
tho course of tbe sermon referred to
its being sadly strange that the world
made progress through the sacrifice of
human lifo. He said in part; "Is the
church to be reformed? Wyollffe,
Oldcastle, Cranmer and a dozen
others mustjjporish ; is French despotism to be destroyed? The streets of
Paris imiot run ied and slippery with
human gore; are China and Armenia
to be Christianized? Missionaries
must be murdered in cold blood ; must
slavery be exterminated? A million
men and President Lincoln must be
offered up in .sacrifice; must broader
trade relations aud a profounder respect for law and order be established?
Must orderly government be upheld?
A MoKinley must be assassinated. Is
Ihe world to be saved'.' The Incarnate
Ood, seized by brutal men, tortuied,
mocked, insulted, witli brutal fiond
ish cruelty, nailed to tho cross, must
lie offered up to die. From the throes
of these death struggles the woild
receives an impetus which sends it
forwaid and Oodward ; from the death
of Wycliffe there arose a purer
church ; from the blood stained streets
of Paris there arose a purer France;
from the slaughtered missionaries of
China and Armenia there is rising a
purer civilization 1 from the stabs of
York-town and the shots of Bunker
Ilill there arose tin* world's greatest
republic; from the million slain in thc
cause of the freedom of the nogro
there arose a growing brotnerliness;
from the crucified Christ there is rising a redeemed word; from tbe depression cast upon tnem b_, the assassination of President McKinley there
will arise an awakened people, a people grimly determine:! to throttle the
ghoul of brutal assassination of rulers,
grimly determined that all who dwell
within the borders of the republic
nail respect manhood, law, and
order.''
SAN       FRANCISCO       EXCURSION
RATES.
.81.50, Sept. :.':) to Sept. 27.
On account of Episcopal church
meeting at San Francisco the Canadian Pacific Hallway will sell round
trip tickets via Portland and Shasta
route at (51.80 good till November
fl for return. Full particulars from
local agents.
J. S. CARTER,
D. P, A., Nelson.
THE FLOUR MANUFACTURED
BY THE
HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY
HAS RECEIVED THE
GRANDPRIZE
AttHt PARIS EXHIBITION
AND THE
HIGHEST AWARDS'" iw
WINNIPEG
INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION
THE FLOOR MADE BY THE COMPANY IS FROM SPECIALLY SELECTED WHEAT
TfflTfflT
RHEUMATISM
Tor thin painful trouble Griffiths' Liniment is
anal, .solute pain destroyer -it penetrates and
lubricate-**! the joint*, taken away all the stiffness and Riven roliof in a fow tninntea���works
wonders In chronic rheumatism case*.
Mr. H. E. WeHtof Wator street, Vancouver,
B, C, was a great tmfl'crur from painful attacks of Rheumatism in his ahouldors, so severe wore the attacks that he could not raise
his Firms, Ho applied Griffiths' Menthol Liniment, the groat pain reliever, and in less than
four hours tho pain had entirely left him. He
Hayi?: "It certainly is a great pain reliever.'
For sale by J. H. Vanstoue Nelson, B. O.
F. O. GItEBtf F. S. OLEMENTQ
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Pro   tidal Land
Surveyors.
P. O. Box 145 N     on, B.C.
A. R. BARROW, a. ml o.B
Provincial  Land Surveyor.
Corner Viotoria and^Kootenay Sts.
P.O. Box 560 Telephone  No. us
BRANDY
HMPEROB KWANO'S APOLOGY.
DE LAAUE FILS Sc CO, XXX
COCINAC, possesses a delicious
boc'uet.
DE LAAOE FILS Sc CO. X X X X
COONAC is mellowed by*, its great
age, and is reoommended|to Con*
noise-are, and for medicinal purposes. ���
SCOTCH
WHISKIES
Agency for full stock- at Victmia
for
THE DISTILLERS COMPANY, Ltd.,
Edinburgh, tbe largest holders in
tlio world of Scotch Whiskies.
The CALEDONIAN LIQOER Scotch
Whisky ia one of thc leaders.���
Try it.
'85��X.bSx*S}0'-J��*..
R. P- Rithet & Oo*. Limited
VIOTORIA, B. O,
A- B- GRAY ������Kootc"^'
P. O. Box 521
Representative
Nelson
I Grape Nuts I
I      Food      j
*���*
Entrees. Puddings.
Salads. Pancakes. Etc.
Please and Peed your
Household.
**************************
Me Wishes Closer Hoods of Friendship
Between China and Japan.
London, Sept. 2a.���Tho Tokio oor-
respodenl of thc Times gives the
text of tbe apology of Emperor Kwang
Su to Kinpeior Mutsuhito for the murder of Sugiynma Akira, chancellor of
the Japanese legation in Pekin, at
the beginning of tlie lloxer outrages,
The apology is couched in terms of
the deepest regret and reference testifying that the benevolent and hu-
niBiie attitudo of Japan has happily
preserved the general situation in the
Orient intact and asking the Mikado
to   be  giaciosly   disposed   to     draw I
East Kootenay's 1st Annua
Mineral, Agricultural
and Industrial Exhibition
CRANBROOK, SEPT. 25 TO 27.
Three Days  ol   instruction,   Interest
ana Enjoyment.
Mineral Exhibit, Bucking Contests,
Agricultural Exhibit, Horse Knees. Tlie
best program ever seen in the country,
.See posters ami circulars for fiirtbei
particulars. Specially low return rail-
rates from all points.
A. W. M'VITTIE, Sec-Otaiy.
:_ott_5o:K>����?>o?>o��KK
New
Arrivals
NEW   DRESS   GOODS
NEW   GLOVES
NEW HOSIERY
Every department is being filled  with New  Goods.
Special Mention
Our Ladies' Jackets and
Tailor Made Suits   .   .
Have opened tip to our entire satisfaction and
are models of perfection in style, Material and price-They are Right.
See Them Before Buying
Elsewhere.
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VEBTIBULED TBAIN8.
PALACE DINING.AND 0B3EEVATI0H
OAKS.-M-tiALS a la OAETE.
Close connection Kast and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Falls und Northern Railway,
ami at Bonner's Ferry witn Kootenay
Railway ft Navigation Co.
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and .South.
Leaveo Spokane daily for;East at!9:lb a m
Leaves Spokane daily for Wost 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, und all points
on the Sound,
During the senson of navigation East
lOUnd trains connect at  Dulutll  Willi
theinagnllicont steamships North Wet
and North-Land of tho Northern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with "thu Great Northern Railway.
I'or further Information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Fulls Sc Northern Ky., Kaslo  _. Slocau
Ry., Kootei el Railway ft Navigation
Co., or to
U. A. JACKSON. Oom'l Agent,
Spokano, Wash.
G. K. TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
Nelson, I! <���
IJfi:^ja0��0��XKX_}��JX^XX_��<^KKH
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Moncroal
Allan Lino Tunisian  Aug. 30
Allan Lino Numidlan *"!''1'1'.���',
Heaver Lino liiko Superior An*.*'
Heaver Line Lnko Siincuc ���"'''''''���1'
Franco-Canadian Une Garth CaBtlo....A_s. JO
Franco-Canadian Lino W ii.-5.ti ���S"P|. ���'
From Portland, Mo.
Dominion Lino Vanoouvor g��Pt- ,|
Dominion Lino Dominion  Bopt. H
From Now Vork
White Star Uno Teuton! 3 auk.*
Whito Hinr l.lno (Icrimuilo ���""���''���J
Cunard Lino Elrurla...  Auk ���>}
Cunard Lino  Borvla S0PI�� ��
Aniorloan Lino Bt. Paul "<g.
Amorlcan Line  !St. Loui*.	
Fronch Lino L-VqutUUno	
Prouoh Lino Lu Oliainpagiio 	
N. O, L. ItiUM.rin M.o-iu ThorOSlA*, -
Anchor Lino (..'ily of Koine	
Iluinbur>r American DoutSOhlaOU,.
..Ki'l.l. 1
..Ant. '-"���'
,.Hopt. 8
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..Sopt, ;
,.So|il,  a
For further particulars apply 10
H. L. BROWN,
City 1'ansonnor Axont, Nolnon, II. 0
W. Pi F. OUMMINQS,
OoaoralSA Aimifc. O.P. R. Olll-ios. Winalu

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