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Daily Edition No. 842
Nelsctn,   British Columbia, Friday Evening,  September 28, 1900.
Eleventh Year
Godsliall Roasting  Furnace
to Be Installed At
Be the Largest of Its
Kind in  Operation
In B. G.
A new Godshall straight line  roasting furnaco Is   to  be  installed at the
Mall Mines smelter at onoo, and, will
probably    be    in operation   in    less
Hum    30 days.     The   undertaking,
which Includes tlie installation uf the
furnace,  building, and   extra   power
will amount   tci    an   expenditure  nf
uVL-r 825,000,    Tin-   hearth   of the furnace is In l��' 18 feet wide nnd 120 feet
long, making  it   one  of  thu  largest
ever put into operation in liritisli Columbia,   It is one of  the  latest   improvements  anil   is  known as a   me-
chanlcal roaster.    The ore  pulp is to
l��u stirred by machinery consisting of
lung carriers, with   stirring bars attached every :;">  feet.    This does away
with the stirring   of the ore by hand,
as is done iu eonneetion with the furnaces at  present   in   operation at the
btin-lter.     This   will   necessitate   the
Becurlngof more power.    Men have already been working upon the  foundation, whieh is   now   about completed.
A   large Hue from the new  furnace to
the main smokestack,   will  bo  constructed,   The building to  accommodate the furnace will be 10  feet   wide
niul 1T>U feet long.    It is reported that
the smelter officials are contemplating
other extensive improvements  at   the
smelter after the lirst  of  the   coming
Since the starting of the smelter a
few weeks ago, tho shipments of ore
from the various miues of tin- Nelson
mining district have been exceedingly
Southampton." While the break
prevonted a very successful voyage il
was fortunately discovered before any
actual breakages occurred. This prevented greater disarrangements of the
machinery. The engineers declare that
had the actual breakage occurred
while tho steamer was going at full
speed, very serious results might
have ensued. All the passengers speak
in the highest praise of the conduct of
the captain and the Crew.
Member Fur Woodlands Will Succeed
llit^li John,
Winnipeg, Sopt. 88,���R. P. Roblin,
member for Woodlands, has boon do-
oided upon by a caucus of the Conservatives to succeed Hugh John Maodonald us premier of Manitoba. Roblin
will have to #n to the country for re-
October 16 Is the Date Fixed lor the
Assizes In Nelson.
Ministers Invite the Empress
Dowager and Court to
Prince Ghlng Proven to Have
Subscribed  Funds. to
Assist Boxers.
Gordon  Hunter   Has Some
Ideas In Regard to His
Province   should  aid
Would Create a Fund to Be
Used In Investigation of
New Properties.
American   Liner   New    York
With an Accident.
Southampton, Sept. 28.���The American liner New   York,   Captain   Roberts, from New  York, Sept.   10th  for
Southampton,   arrived here  last evening at 10, about 17,',' hours late. Capt.
Huberts reported the steamer bad broken her starboard shaft on Tuesday at
2:30 a.m.    The accident will   not   interfere with her   return   voyage.    Although the New   Y'ork was due to arrive here about 4 iSO a.   m.   yesterday,
Ihe Southampton agents of the American Line were not anxious about her.
She   bad   paBscd the   Scilly    Isles   on
Wednesday and tho Lizard   at 0 p. tn.
that day,   A tug  was  despatched   In
search of the liner when the mist  became very  thick   yesterday.    At.   5:80
p. m.,   yesterday   the   New York waB
sighted off St. Catherines   Point,   Isle
of Wight, where she  signalled   "Can
use but ono engine," and   she   passed
HurHt Castlu at 7:20 p.  in.    Mr.   Wm.
Harper of Philadelphia, who with Mr.
John   \V.   Grace,   brother  of   former
Mayor Grace of New York City, was a
passenger on the liner, made the   following statement to   a   correspondent
of the Associated l'ress: "After a fair
passage it was   discovorcd   very early
Tuesday  morning   that  a  shaft   was
broken, but it wus Wednesday   morning before the passengers were   aware
of the  nature  of  the  trouble.    The
steamer was.  then   proceeding   slowly
until the broken  shaft   could   be  disconnected.    At   this    time   we    were
about 370 miles from the Lizard. There
had been a considerable gale all night
and the New Y'ork was   rolling   heavily.    On Wednesday night   the sea increased and the   weather   had become
so thick while wo   were   approaching
the Lizard that Capt. Roberta decided
to put out to sea and   not   attempt   to
get up the   channel.    The sti-anier remained from  IS   t���   go   miles   outside
until the evening, when  the   weather
List of Cases to Be Heard In the Various Towns of the Province.
Victoria, II. ('., Sept. 28,���The Kail
Assizes throughout the Province commence next week, tho dates being:
Victoria and Vancouver October 2,
Nanaimo October 0, Clinton Oct. 12,
New Westminster, Nelson and Vernon October 10, Kamloops October 93,
and Revelstoke October '.'."���. The full
list of cases to come up is as follows:
Victoria���Hegina vs. Bourget, theft
from M. Morrisey. of Cedar Hill.
Vancouver-ltcgina vs. Johnson,
theft, two charges, one at the Albam-
lira Hotel, and another at private residence; Begins vs. Curtis, theft of a
fishing net from a Japanese on the
Eraser river; Hegina vs. Richards,
charged with taking a quantity of sugar at (llenora; Uegina vs. Chang Ah
Wong am! Yip Luk, these are two of
the Chinese arrested and charged with
the murder of Chief of Police Main at
Stevenson. There were three Chinese
arrested but one of them has since
died in prison ; P.egina vs. Iteslehul-
tah. murder. This is an Indian cbarg
cd with the murder of a small boy by
throw!ug him into the Stikine under the. ice. The boy according to an
old Indian superstition was supposed
to have bewitched an old man and
caused his death. The old laws of the
Indians decreed death for this offense
and the child was accordingly sacrificed -. Hegina vs. steucy, embezzlement : Hegina vs. John C. Johnnie,
assault ou his wife; Uegina vs. Mc-
Cocker, embezzlement from the II. C.
Mills   Co.
Xanaiino���Uegina vs. Wallace, incest; Hegina vs. Dougun, manslaughter, arising out of the accident which
resulted in the death of Sauders,Fisher and two others.
Vernon���Hegina vs. Coteauh, cattle
stealing, the accused is charged with
stealing and killing a calf belonging
to an Indian; Regina vs. Alex Isse,
an Indian, administering an Intoxicant to a girl and for criminal assault; Uegina vs. Murphy, burglary
of a hotel at Camp MoKlnney.
New Westminster���Regina vs. Jimmy Morpley (Indian), charged with
shooting one Joseph Kelly; Hegina
vs. Louis James (Indian), assault on
one James E, Taylor; Uegina vs. Via-
ncn and Kelly, assaulting a Chinaman; Uegina vs. Harry Usllok, (Indian), cattle, stealing.
Clinton���Uegina vs. Webber, theft
of certain gold dust from the Dominion Express Company; Uegina vs. Cnl-
tus Charlie, horse stealing.
Revelstoke���Uegina vs. llloom, assault with intent to kill one Frank
Kamloops���Regina vs. George St.
Paul, (Indian), charged with the
murder of his wile whom he shot on
the street as Bhe was riding to town.
Nelson���Hegina vs. Thompson and
Henderson, interfering to prevent a
sheriff's oflieer from performing his
duty ; Uegina vs. Maslonka, burglary ;
Uegina vs. Kettner and l-'rieilrieh.
conspiracy to defraud in a mining
transaction; Uegina vs. AIbi and Al-
bl, assault on Herbert McArthur with
Intent to murder him; Uegina vs.
Chenoweth, accused in this ease is
the eight-year-old boy who shot the
Chinaman in Rossland| Uegina vs.
P.ullick. embezzlement; Uegina vs.
Sladlandcr, charged with stealing ecr
tain ballot
lynching of Pierce, a negro in jail
bore charged with assaulting Miss Oswald, a sister of Mrs. Judge (iiirman.
About 11 o'clock a mob advanced toward the jail with an iron battering
ram. Paul Sloan and another deputy
sheriff inside the jail warned Ilnin to
come no further and then shot over
the heads of the crowd. Some one in
the mob fired at the deputies and
Sloan was fatally wounded. He died
early this morning. The sheriff and
deputies dispersed the crowd at the
point of their pistols.
Paris,   Sept.    28.���"From   a source
worthy of confidence," says the Courier Dusolr, "we learn that   tin-   King
of Belgians intends to abdicate before
the close of the   present   Belgian Par
liament    in   favor   of   the   Prince   o
Flanders.    King Leopold counts   eon-
lidentally   upon   the   result of liis action,   being   tbe   sinking of the quarrels of the rival parties  which   would
then unite to  observe   tbe   conditions
of the new regime."
Macadamizing Will Not Continue Past Opened Up
Pekin,Sept. 35.���Via Taku.Sept. 28.
��� All the foieign ministers have addressed notes to Prince Chnug suggesting the return to Pekin of tbe Em-
press, Emperor and court. The notes
were informal and were not written
in a diplomatic capactiy. Tho writers do not consider them binding upon
their respective Governments, Prince
Ching undertook to deliver the notes.
The outcome is a matter of speculation,the doubtful clement being the
inlluenec of Prince Tuan and Tung
Fuhsian, who may restrain tbe court.
General Chaffee discussing the probabilities today said:
'' I do uot believe that any European monarch would enter the camp
of IiIb allied eneuiios, and 1 doubt
that tbe Empress Dowager will do so.
It Is generally conceded that tlie restoration of tbe Chinese Government
is essential. I have favored the withdrawal of the main allied force to
Yang Tsun and Tien Tsin. leaving 2,-
ooo mixed troops to guard the legations. "
Peikn, Sept. 22, via Taku, Sept.85,
���The American legation has iu its
possession a subscription list of the
Boxers which shows the name of
Prince Ching as having made three
subscriptions. The list was discovered
by Missionary Wherry. Friends of
Prince Ching declure that he was coerced into giving. It is reported by
the French that a patrol has been tired on outside the east gate of the city.
Otherwise everything is quiet.
Tien Tsin, Sept. 25.���Vice-Admiral
Seymour arrived at Taku on Sept. 2L'
aud is expected hero tomorrow with
Count Von Walderze. General Gaslee
is expected on Thursday.
German Officers and Men Looking For
Trouble With China.
New York, Sept. as.���That the ollieers and men in the German army are
firm in the belief that war is Imminent between Germany and China is
reflected iu the unusual number of
applications which have been made to
a life insurance company, in this city
for policies on their lives. Hundreds
of applications have been received
through a Berlin agency. Information which came from Berlin was of
sreh a character that the declaration
of war was believed to be close at
In a day or two the Duncan Mines
will resume operations on the Granite
mine, wbieh hns been closed down for
the past two months. Work will begin on the White tunnel which will
be driven until It comes In contact
with the lowest level of the mine.
The tunnel will be 300 feet long.
Gordon Hunter, who is in Rossland
in eonneetion with the Le Roi Mining Company's assessment appeal, as
oounsel for the Crown, has some vigorous and independent ideas as to the
true policy winch sliould be pursued
by the Government in encouraging
the Individual prospector. To a reporter for The Rossland Record he
"The idea must occur to every man
who visits the mining camps of this
Province as they ore today, that the
man who actually discovers the property, as a rule, profits nothing by bis
discovery. Invariably it ultimately
becomes the property of tho wealthy
"it seems a great pity that the
man who risks his life and suffers
personal privation in these mountains
should not be assured tho reater
part, at all events, of his energy and
"My opinion,based on close observation, Is that it is tbe duty of the
Government to bring about a radical
change in the whole matter, and to
introduce some measure having foi
its object the guaranteeing to the die
Covarer of the beneficial ownership of
his claim.
���1 see no rcasou why a mining fund
should not be established, say SriOO,-
000, to be devoted to tbe development
of promising prospects. The Government should establish competent mining experts at various points in the
Province, whose duty it would be,
upon application of the prospectors,
to examine the properties and in the
event of tbe expert coming to the conclusion thut the prospect should be developed, the Government would, on
his recommendation, advance out of
this fund, on the security of the eluim
itself, and for a small interest of say-
ten or fifteen per cent., reserved to
cover the possible mistakes of experts,
whatever sum he recommended to be
"In this way the prospector would
retain 8.1 per cent, of his interest in
the claim, and money could easily be
advanced from time to time if the expert considered such advances warranted.
���In this way every able-bodied man
in tbe Piovince would have an opportunity to try bis luck in the mountains, if so disposed, with the assurance that if be struck a good prospect
he would be able to secure the fruits
of his enterprise for himself und not
have to yield up the greater part in
order to keep even a small interest.
"I feel sure that if such a policy
were adopted an enormous impetus
would be given to the prospecting of
nur mountains, and that new mining
camps would open up on every side.
with.the necessary consequence of n
great railway and industrial development, as it Is a well known fact that
the business of our shipping mines is
worth more to the railways than numbers of farms,
"The true policy, in my opinion, in
short, is to encourage the poor but
thrifty and energetic prospectors and
not to give a bonus to people who are
already independent. "
Ottawa, Sept. 2s, ��� Lord Roberts
cabled this afternoon as follows:
"Pretoria, Sept. 38. ��� Idoko with
lirst portion of Canadian Ui-giments,
should     reach    Halifax.    October   34.
(Signed) "ROBERTS"
John Penn. Co Nerval.ive. Re-elected
For Commons Today.
London, Sept. :.'S.���Mr. John Penn,
Conservative, has the distinction of
being- tbe first member returned for
tbe new Parliament, having been reelected today for Lowiaham, which he
has represented since ls'.H without
opposition. Mr. Smith, son of tho late
W. II. Smith, (who was the lirst Lord
of the Treasury), and a partner iu the
great news business, a Liberal-Conservative was also elected today without opposition to represent tin- Strand
district of London, lle was lirst elected for tbe Strand in 1801. A few
days ago Mr. Smith was threatened
with opposition on curious grounds,
namely, the so called prudish literary
censorship exercised by his linn,
which several times refused to sell
well known works on its book-stalls
owing to their alleged Impropriety,
But the Independent-Conservatives
eventually deolded that sufficient en-
tuhsiusm could not be worked up on
this basis and the son of the millionaire, who started as a newsboy, once
more represents the Strand in the
Liberal-Conservatives interest.
Work at Present Under Way
Will Be Completed In
Two Weeks.
boxes at. l-'ernie
cleared  and she proceeded slowly   for I recent Provincial election
after the
Rossland, B. C Sept. 27.-The re-
Bupmtlon of shipments from Centre
Star to Trail smelter has necessitated
an Increase from 400 to 1,000 horse
power. The operation of the Grand
Pork's smelter has created a demand
tor men and progress at Trail is being
retarded by the lack of men for all
classes of Smelter work,
T. G. Shaughnessy   and   Party Are in
Mr. T. G. Shaugnessy of Montreal,
president of the Canadian I'aeilie
Railway Company, and party, arrived
in Nelson this afternoon, coming byway of the Balfour extension line.
The President will spend some time
in looking over the new yards, and
this evening the party will leave for
Rossland by special train. Besides
President Shaughnessy Ihe part] consisted of E. B. Osier. M. P., R, P..
Angus, W. II. Matthews, ami A. R,
I'reelman, directors, and Messrs. William Whyie. P. A. Peterson and G.
McL. Brown.
Captain Troup left Nelson last, even
ing and met the party at Kootenay
Landing. This morning Superintendent H. Mai-pole and II. ,1. Cambie, of
Vancouver, who arrived in Nelson last
evening, left for Procter,  whore  they
joined the party   and    accompanied it
to Nelson.
The macadamizing of Baker Street
will undoubtedly stop when the present block, which is opened up, is
completed. It is said that there is a
decided difference of opinion among
the members of tbe Council as to
whether the work shall be proceeded
with nast Stanley Street. It is also
said that, the mayor has asked that
t-he work be continued. The matter
will be settled at the meeting of the
Council next Monday evening.
The work would continue without
the least hesitation, but for the dilli-
culty of financing it. At the completion of the Street to the west end of
the Ward and Stanley Street block,tbe
.30,000 obtained a few weeks ugo by
by-law, will have been spent. This
means that if another block is opened
up tbe present council will go out at
the end of the year, leaving a deficit
of probably 915,000 in the city treasury. It has been estimated that $3,-
(1011 is required to complete one block,
and four blocks being completed,
means that $13,000 has been used.
Stanley Street was graded from Vernon to Robson Street, at a cost of $*,-
000. The macadamizing of one block
of Josephine Street, three blocks of
Maker Street and the giading of Stanley street has cost somewhat over 810,-
000. Front Street was also planked,
the cost of which, however, does not
sei.-m to have been determined, but it
must have been considerable of tho remaining 84,000. The matter of continuing the work on Baker Street will
be brought before tbe Board of Public
Works, on Monday afternoon,and this
body will undoubtedly recomuieud to
the Council on Monday evening, that
the work be discontinued, When the
work was lirst started it was the intention to proceed to Falls Street, or
as far as tbe money would permit. If
tbe work- pioeeeds no further than
Stanley Street, all will be completed
in two weeks.
Work of a Mob That Wanted to Lynch
a Negro.
Houston. Tex., Sept. 28.���A special
from Lake Charles, La., says: Paul
Sloan, a deputy sheriff, was shot and
killed yesterday while saving the life
of a negro from a mob's vengeance.
All day there were rumors of probable
Beaten Off After an Engagement Lasting Three Hours.
London, Sept. 28.���Lord Roberts
reports to the War Olliee. under date
of Pretoria,Sept. 21, as follows: "The
Boers attacked a portion of Page's
force at Pcinar River itatlon this
morning, but were beaten ..If after
three hours tight ing. Duller occupied
Maehmac River and tin- eastern side
of Burgher Pass on Sept, 20, after
slight resistance. rtollbron, Belt]
and Linli-v have been i '"i
Captain I.. Fraser, of the Bteamer
Kokaneo, accompanied by Mrs, Fras-
er.returned last nlghl from a pleasure
trip to tbe Coast.
Message Pound in a Bottle Near Solomon City.
Seattle, Wash.. Sept. :;s.���News has
been received here that Solomon City
at the mouth of Solomon Kiver was
devested by the recent storm ou the
coast of Alaska, All buildings were
BWcpt away by tin- waves or worG
wrecked by tho wind. Tlie town had
a population of .'00 all of which were
destitute and homeless, A message
from the sea was picked up on the
beach by a soldier on September 17th
near the military reservation. The
bottle   was   tightly   corked    and    the
message was written on a common
Japanese papi-i napkin and read as
follows: "Off Port Safety, Sept. 11,
1 '.ion. -Who finds this please report to
authorities. Eight of us left Port
Clarence three days ago and are now
sinking last with no hope. (Signed),
Jack     llclancy,   G.    L.   Meyers,   Sam
John   Dolan,   George   Thomas,
I lean. "
Hazelton, Pa.. Sept. 2A.��� All in
quiet and orderly ill the Hazelton region this morning, General Superintendent Smith of tin- Markle Mines,
said in response to an enquiry that
tin- collieries were working today.
John Markle managing partner of
Markle a < o., left here early this
morning    for New    York.     Gen.  Sept.
Smith assured the reporter that Mr.
Markle was merely attending to private business and that liis trip had no
connection whatever   with the strike,
A.  M. Nelson  Daily  Miner,   Friday  Evening,   September 28,  1900.,
The Nelson Miner!
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resident and Managing Editor.
Business Manager.
II.-, Fleet Sti-f.-l, K. C.
Central  Pi-ess Agency, Ltd., Spe-ad Agonts
fuses to pay the tax when   demanded,
and because the   legal  redress of  distraining is resorted to tho collector is
I insulted, abused, and then discharged
by the Mayor,     If these    methods   are
to prevail here; if there are to be favorites and outcasts, with a law for
each, wc had better abandon our pretension thai we are a law-abiding
community and go back to the conventional methods of the Western
camp, when- every man is ,-i law unto
himself. We sliould cither do that, or
take some step to protect tho community against the disgrace of having our laws lienf to the service of
favoritism in one case or prejudice in
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"We appeal with confidence to the
people," said Sir Wilfrid Laurier at
the Sobmer Park meeting. And he
went on to state bis ground of confidence :
"Wo have settled the school question, we have reformed the tariff, we
have found a way to diminish taxation without injuring commerce, we
have denounced the Rulgium and Gor
limn treaties, whieh fettered our commercial arrangemets, and by that act
alone Canada has become a nation in
a sense that it never was before. "
It is assuming a good deal to say-
that lie settled the school question.
On his own confession, made but a
few days ago in one of his speeches.
all bo did was to appeal to Mr. Green-
way to deal mercifully with the minority. He said in effect to the Manitoba Premier: "You have despoiled
these people of their rights: if you
cannot restore them iu their entirety.
we beg of you to do tbe best you can
for the sake of peace." And Mr.
Greenway made concessions accordingly. That is the settlement. The
concessions were not pleasing to the
majority, and the minority do nol
accept them as final and conclusive.
There has been no settlement.
" We have reformed tlie tariff,M he
says. There have been some changes,
but we are not aware that they have
over been regarded in tlie light of reform. A few years ago,when the tariff was the subject of very hot discus-
Hion, the Liberals promised to reform
it. What was meant was that they
would reduce it to the basis of a revenue tariff. Protective duties would
be cut down, and only such rates imposed as would be necessary to supply
tbe needs of the public service. That
is what was meant and understood by
tbe Liberal promise of a reform tariff.
Has this promise been carried out'.'
The average rate of customs duties
livied on imports from 1893 to 1800,
tho last four years of Conservative administration) was 17.47 por cent.
The average rate under Liberal administration is 10.70. Here is a difference of 71*100 of one percent., which
will scarcely be regarded as representing the very wide difference between
a protective and a revenue tariff.
Nor, if it is reform, will the people
be disposed to admit that it is substantial enough to make itself visible
to the naked eye.
As there has been no appreciable
diminution of taxation, it is possible
that commerce has not been injured.
As to the Belgian and German treaties it is only necessary to say that
Sir Charles Tupper was the lirst Canadian public man to demand that they
should be denounced, This demand
was supported by the Imperial Ecdcr-
iiiiou Leuuge. and n delegation waited
on the imperial Government to that
end years before Sir Wilfrid Laurier
ever dreamed of becoming tho Premier of Canada. The claim thai ii jvae
he and bis Government who moved
Lord Salisbury to denounce those
treaties is on a par with Mr. Mulock's
claim that, it was he who brought
about Imperial penny postage, entirely ignoring tbe fact that Mr. lien-
Biker Beaton had l n  advocating  it
for twenty years and had got the
question to the very point of being
carried, when it went with ,-i rush in
tho blaze of imperialism that broke
out No suddenly mill violently tw
three years ago.
Mr. Sifton may nol expect lo carry
liis Provlucu for ihe Government, or
even to bold tin- advantage they now
possess; but if then- are to In- Ministerial candidates rcturnod In- is bound
to see that they will lie docile ones.
An employe of liis own Department
w.-is named for the nomination for
Macdunald n short linn- ngo, and now
another tool iu ihe person of Mr, Mo-
Creary is scored up lor the running
in Selkirk.
Hunt's Systematic Mineralogy.. Sfi 0(
Peters' Modern Copper Smelting Ii Til
Stretch's   Prospecting,  Locating
and Valuing   Mines     - 7.'
Lang's   Matte   Smelting     3 3C
Miller's   Qualitative   Analysis..    1  7.'
Kemp's Handbook of   Rocks....    1 78
Thnulwinc's   Engineer's   Handbook      r> 50
Hawkins'   New    Catechism    for
tho Steam   Engine     2 2.1
Hawkins' Maxims  und   Instructions for   Roller Room     2 SB
Hawkins'   New    Catechism   of
Electricity      2 :.'.">
Hawkins' Handbook of Calculations   for   Engineers     :.' 2',
Machinists'     and       Engineers1
Pocket Manual      1 :.'">
Stevenson's Practical Test      I  00
Canada's   Metals	
��5  Morrison b Caldwell
The selection of Mr. Roblin to succeed Mr. Hugh John Maodonald as the
Premier of Manitoba will give general satisfaction in that Province. Mr.
Roblin is a successful business man,
and will be able to give a good business administration of its public
The Aldermen will observe from tin
Beer-Waterman    Incident  that,    although there may be   but the one law
with regard to the   poll tax. there are
several   methods of   enforcing   or   interpreting it.    Thai is not   usual   under the British Hag.    There is but one
law for all. and we shall Mud il much
better In   the   end if we keep il   thai
way in   Nelson.    Chinamen   who   did
not pay   the lav on domand wero  put
���Oder   arrest    and   lined.    That   was
putting an cxtn-me Interpretation   on
the Jaw, but no oi nivd    they   were
l��nJy Chiuoincii.   Mr,   Waterman
Dawson City .Miner Who is Disgusted Willi the Corruption There.
Montreal. Sept.. 38.���A letter received from Dawson City by a Mont-
iiler throws a lurid light upon the
situation there and illustrates how
the territory is being n'alailininistercd
by Mr. Sifton and his officials, The
writer says, under date of June 80:
"People are getting out of the country as fast as they can. They are going down river by the hundreds on lo
the American side, for there is nobody going to stay here aud prospect
for the Canadian Government, for
when you do find anything tbe.Govcrn-
ment takes one-tenth of it away from
you; and then some man will come up
to the officials,that lias a little money,
and bribe them, and they will give
him the rest. When I leave this country I am going to get out my citizen
papers and I never want to see a country that tho Hritish Hag Hies over
again. You can talk about taxes,
but this beats anything 1 ever heard
of. Last winter the Government taxed people so much B cubic foot for ice
that the people out on the Yukon river.    The pool  man pays il all,
There is no mistake this would be-
as good a mining camp as there is in
the world if it were not for the laws
of the Government, There has been
Bometlng like (18,000,000 of gold taken
out of this district this year. There
is no doubt this is a rich country but
on all those creeks that there is anything found the Government has reserved what is not taken np, and nobody will do any prospecting anywhere else in Canadian territory under existing- laws. As for working
for wages this IS a very poor country.
Work- is hard to get and you are not
sure of your pay when you do earn il.
Of Course if a man could get steady
work- here, he can make a little
money in a short time; but it is almost impossible   to get   steady   work
and il costs so much to live here that
it soon eats it all up. Three dollars
a day is tin- very cheapest you can get
board lure. I made 11,000 lust winter
working for wages. I was lucky: I
got mine, but then- wore lots of men
who were Ileal  out  of llu-ir wages.       I
know of men who had 81,500 coming
and they gol paid at tin- rale of thirteen cents on ihe dollar.
'���The train is running between
White Horse Itaplds and Skagway
now. Dawson has coma to the front
aboul as fas', as any town in the
world, Three years ago there was
only a tew link- log cabins, with only
,-i fee Inhabitants. Today there Is s
town with big   frame  buildings  and
ali-Mil  a    mile    long,    Willi    sidewalks.
and   Hi   by electric lights.    We   have
two banks and a telephone system all
over town and creeks, ami a telegraph
line eon ting Skagwny and Haw-
son, and    which    they soon   e.\] I,   to
be extended to Vancouver. If any
person had  predicted   three years ago
that people would In running between Skagway ami Dawson,
oil    bicycles     they    would    have been
called Insane; yet they did it all last
winter ou tin- Ice, Ho yon see the Yukon    is   nol   the   fro/, i     u| intrv
Some people would like to make il
out. Beef la selling for a dollar and
quarter a pound now; fiesh eggs
are 81.26 n dozen,   fresh  potatoes   IK
nls pel' pound, onions ;n   cents   pel
pound, lemons are SO  cents a piece ot
three for 81,   oranges and   apple
same, clothing is middling chea|
Finest line of
Staple and  Fancy-
Groceries, Provisions,
Canned Goods,
Fruits, Vegetables, etc.
Our Specialties:
Best Creamery Butter and
Fresh   Bogustown   Eggs.
tforrisoi)  &  CaldWel)
A Careful Reading.
sit hand that a thoroughly
equipped <lni^rist should have.
We have plenty nf iim\ fresh
drugs, plenty of good help,
ami plenty of time to give
your prescription careful reading ami careful compoundinff
bo  as  to  insure  the best re
Helps In Housework.
We can do much to
give you pleasure and
satisfaction in your
With our improved
utensils the work will
be greatly lightened,
while the excellent
quality of the articles
Insures a long period
of usefulness.
Baker Street, Nelson.    1'. 0. Box 32(
on easy terms, tbe property known as
The florenco Park Hotel
or Roberta' Ranch
143 acres, more or less. A tirst-cliiss
going business, with BO acres of first-
class land under cultivation, 580 fruit
trees, a large proportion bearing
fruit;   1000 small fruita���raspberries,
blackberries and currants.
One mile east of the terminus of the
Electric Tramway.
For particulars apply to
Hugh R. Cameron
Insurance  Agent,
Baker Street.
Baker Street, Nelson.
West Kootenay Butcher Co
Don't overlook us
when you need
See our special
for brakesmen-
elastic sides - a
good, neat, strong
Also the finest
Boys' School Shoe
you have seen.
Fresh   and   5alted   Heats
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
in all   parts
I.OUBC8 anil hits fur sa](
uf the City.
Victoria-Montreal    Fire   Insurance
Ontario Mutual Life Insurance Company,
Madden Hlor.k
W.ird Street
Boom I, Turner-Hiicckh lilock.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
Citplln 1  rnhl-up,     1    .    .     hi,��is:,,o.iumi  I   Ken I ,    .    91,700,000.0
Roard or IMrrrlorMi   Thotnan K. Konny,   President!   ThOtQU Ritchie, Vlcu-PronIduiit
Wiley Sim 1 )i.  II. G. H.n.l.i, lluii. II. II. Fuller, M.L.C., Hon. David MuoKoun.
UriHl  Office,  Mill Hit �� :
General MuniiKor, KuVon h. 1'l-uhc, Montreal.
Superintendent of HranchoH. and tieeroLary, W. Ii Torrance, Halifax.
IiiHiieetor. W. K. Hroek, Halifax.
InipOOtOf I>. M, Stewart. Montreal.
Ilrniirlim t
Corner Baker and Stanley StrueU
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson dc  Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
Maltlnml (Hunts Co.l, I'lctoii,  I'ortHnw.	
llllce), Mc     ,.  ���..��� ���  ..���������.
Housea and Building Lots in All Parts
of tho Oity-
i\.M-\iti nml  ofghl   riMilil  houses for
���my |n 1 cant bale w coal
-Mil-,   111
it Apcy
Four axemen,    ('neks.    Waitress,
J. H. I.OVE. Ajrt.. Baker St.
Thiri nij��nnturo In on every box 0! tbe getinino
" I Laxative Bromo'Quinioe ���">!�������� j
c I Hi- 'cini-.iy (tint cures n <-<>|��i in one <i��j- I
A. R. BARROW, a. h.i. o.x
Provincial   Land  Surveyor.
Corner Viotoria nnd Kootenay Sts.
P. O. Box 551). Telephone No. Of
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanalmo, Nelson, Rossland Van-
conver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
t'orrmpomlcnlH i
rannila-Morchniita Rank of Cnnndn.   Bunion-National Shawmut Bnnk    flkl...     ��
Nntlonal Hank.   San Franrsant-Plrxt, National Bank    _?���___   ���85? A-l,,f*��?-Amorloa
fori*, France-Orcdll Lronnala.   Brriiin.l��-))ai���o( lion nulla.   l*hiiVIia".k.of Bral'and.
Kong and .Shanghai Banking Corporation. "ormuda.   �� hi������ _���_ j,p������_H_���g
(Icucral Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchanm  H/>,.���f..
and Sold. Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated      K ^
Accounts receive., %&ff*fa&^*^^ on special
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson vith steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
Connects at   Meyer's  Falls  with
stage daily for Republic,   and connects at Bossburg with stage daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Leavk. ])ny Ti-uiu. AintiVK.
1�� -*r> a-ni Spokane 7:10 p.m,
12:U"i p. m Rossland 5:30 p.m.
8:80 a, m Nelson 8:00 p.m.
Ni^ht Train.
9 '48 P.m Spokane 7:05 a.ni:
11:00 p.m Konsland (1:110 n.ni,
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & t.A.
Spokane   Wiuili
Aaent, Nelson. B.O
ni.Mfttl swims r,      wiini s-s stur.
Wtudernioro Mines.  Corronp ��� enoeSol'oltw)
PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
Atlantic S, S. Lines.
.���      T1     _ Krom M011I real
Allan Lino TiiiiIhumi  Oot U
Dominion Lino Uiunbroinan Oct II
Beaver Uno Lake Ontario Dot J
Beaver Lino Lusitonls Octu
.,,,..  _.    ,, Prom New York
U hit.o Star Lino (Icoanlo       OolU
White Star Use Toutonlo octio
('miaril Lino Cainiinnin Oct Ii
Uunaril Lino Ktriirla Oct IS
American Lino 8L Louis .   ...Oot3
Ainoi-lcnn Lino Now York       Ool 10
Anchor Lino  Ethiopia Octli
Anchor Lino City of Homo Oct 13
N.O. L. LlnoKaiHcr W'ilholni dor Ooimo...Oot 2
N.G.L. Lino Lulin Oct.1
French Line La (iascoKiio  Oci I
1- rench Lino Im Tourniliu Oct 11
Allan state Lino (,'nllfornlan   Octl
From Monton.
Cunard Lino Ivornla Oil 13
Dominion Line Now England OotlO
l'liBwiKos arranged to ami from all European
point*. For raton, tlcko.M and full Information
"I'Ply lo 0. P, It. dopol agent or II. L. Hrowu
city Passenger Agent, Nelson, B. 0,
Gonernl imnt. O.P.R. Uffloet, Winnipeg
Nelson,  B. C.
7-8 Inch diiim. $13.50 per 100 feet, For
immediate delivery in Nolsol
. 0. T, CROFTS, ��� ���
I'. (1. Hoit     , NnlKon, P��-
1<\ O. GHEBN        F. 8. CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
P. 0, Box Ut Kelson, B. U
IU I   'Wf
Nelson  Daily Miner,  Friday  Evening,  September 28, 1900
Glll/I'Y ol'' MURDER.
....���,,.,,���.!.lurv Decides That James
llowara Klllod Governor Goebol.
FranWort, Ky- ��"!-���- 88,-Jamos
Howard, who 1ms In"'" ��u trial for
th. past 10 days, charged with being
.principal in the assassinations uf
tVUliam Goehel, was found guilty by
���,, ,urv yesterday his punishment bell,! fixed at death, The fact that the
JL had deliberated nil of yeBterday
without reaching a vcnlict led to the
belief that it was hopelessly divided,
and this fuel mtde the verdlot shutting to Howard nml those who hopod
for his ultimate acquittal, Howard
,ii,l not Iobc Ills oomposure when the
venliet was read in tin- oourt-room.
He glanced at his attorneys, who sat
bodldo liiiu and smiled, hut said noth-
\ftci- tin' Jury had been discharged,
Howard wus taken buck to tho j.-iil.
and there, for the Brst time he bo-
trftyed emotion. He called for a pen
ami paper and wrote u long letter to
1,|b wife, during which tours coursed
down his checks, tie wus joined later
by his attorneys, ��� who Bpont a, good
part of the day i" conference with
hlralnregard to lho motion for u new
trial, which will ho filed tomorrow,
and other matters in connection with
tin- case.
W. II. Culton, "'ho is under indictment as an accessory to the Goebel
murder and who gave damaging evidence against both Howard and Caleb
Powers, was released on 810,000 bail
this afteroon and his case continued
until the January term,
-���.lini" Howard, as ho is commonly
known in the mountains, in a strikingly handsome man, H years old,
anil would lie uno of tin- lust to bo
pointed out by u stranger as the man
on trial. He bad the record, however, of being tho leader of tho Howard-White faction in tlie Raker-Howard i'i-ikI in Clay county, in which
numerous lives were taken, He hnd
killed George Baker and was suspected of the assassination of Tom Baker,
who was killed after the name fashion an Qoebel, and Howard's friends
believe that tin-so facta have much to
do with the making of the verdict sentencing li i in to the gallows,
The trial of Henry K. YoulHoy of
Newport will he called at Georgetown
next Monday.
lloth of the Young Men Wore, l-'roni
("olvilli-. Wash., Sept. 28.���The most
Intense interest prevails here among
tho citizens of Stevens County in the
capture of tho robbers who effectually
relieved Brown, Gilffltha and (I. 0,
Caster of all their earthly possessions
m Marcus Sunday night. City Marshall Dietrlok of North port came
down last night and identified the
dead burglar as Thomas Downer, a
well known crook, who has heen doing the country along   the line uf the
Spokane Falls .t Northern Railway
from Spokane, to Northport, Dower
was well known to the authorities in
Spokane, nml tallies with the description telephoned hy Sheriff Cole to
Deputy Sheritt Wright.
The surviving robber, who was
known at Northport as "Sprogue"
Wells nnd "Carl' Wells, gave his
name to the sheritt' here as Harry
Coffey, hut his real name is Mel Colleen. He is said to have derived the
name of "Sprague" Wells from the
fact that ho was formerly at Sprague.
Colleen says that his dead partner
Was a stranger to him 1 that his first
acquaintance with him occurred at
Itosaburg only n few days ago, ami
that Downer came from Republic.
Marshal Dietrick says he saw both of
them at Northport last week. While
there he received a tracer from the
Spokane police decriblng them ns
'rooks. They occupied most ot their
time in and around the dives of the
City. They left Northport about the
middle of last week, and the first report traceable to them was a hold-up
of two men in a box car on the southbound freight near llossburg Friday
night when the prospectors were relieved of $1(1.
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut, or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica
Balve, the best in the world, will kill
the pain and promptly heal It. (lures
'{Id Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils,
1'elons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions.
Best Pile cure on earth. Only 2o cents
a box. Cure guaranteed. Hold by
Panada Drug & Hook Store.
R. W. DAY,
Commission and
Manufacturers' Agent.
Have just  received the lirst   Kit   of
samples of
horn the factory of Messrs.   Hoolli
and Fox, Cork.
Now on View at My Office
over Merchants Bank of
Soo Line
(imperial    Limited
East   and   West
First Olass Sleepers on all trains from
Arrowhead and Kootknay I.anh'nu
Tourist. Curs puss Medicine Hat
daily for St. Paul; Hnturdays for
Montreal and Huston; Mondays and
Thursdays for Toronto, Same cars
pass Revelstoke one day earlier.
7:10 Lv Nelson Ar 10:86
16s80 I.v Nelson Ai- 18:46
Morning train daily for and from
Rossland, and lor Revelstoke, main
line nnd Pacific Const.
Afternoon train daily for and from
Rossland, and from Revelstoke, main
line and Pacific Const, and daily
(except Sunday) lor nnd from Umin-
dury points.
7::i0 Lv I Nelson i Av 1!':;i0
(Ex Sun)       \ HeUon I       (KxKuii)
Por and from .Sandon, Siociin points,
Revelstoke, main line and Paclflo
Kootknay Lakk-Kabi.o Route,
(Ex Sun)       Btr Kokanee       (Ex Sun)
16:00 I.v Nelson Ar 11:1X1
Saturday to Armenia and return,
leaving Kaslo at _0i00k.
Kootknay RlVER Roite.
Daily    Sirs Movie nnd Nelson     Daily
22:110 Lv Nelson Ar 2::��l
Connects at Kootenay Landing with
Crow's Nest Line trains.
For rotes, tickets aud full information apply to Depot or City Agent,
Nelson, B. O., or
Trav. Pass, Anon tj
A O. P. Agouti,
I'or   terms   nnd   particulars   enquire
Art Music Co., or at 888 Silica Street.
Instruments Supplied,   phone 183.
Close  connection   East  and  West-
bound at Spokane with trains of the
trains of the Spokane Fulls nnd Northern Hailway.
Direct connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New i oik
und all points West and South.'
Leaves Spokane daily for East at' 10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:45 p.in
West-hound trains make direct con',
nection for Victoria and Vancouver
Portland, Sun Francisco, and nil points
on the Sound. _    .
During the season of navigation r.asi
hound trains connect at, Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North-West
and North-Land ottheNortherh Steamship Company Line, operated In eon-
nection with the Great Northern Hallway. r ,,
For further InfprmaMon, maps, miners, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Kails & Northern Ry��� Kaslo & Slocan
Ry.:, Kooterai Railway & Navigation
Co., or to
Genl. Pass. & Tkt. Agt.   Com el Agt.
St. l'anl. Min       Spokane. Wash
Thorough English, Calisthenics,
Music, French, mid German if re-
Quired, Fall term commences 8rd
September,   For particulars apply to
.in .-pi.ii-- 31,
A Tempting Table
If vou have difficulty In malting a
pleasing variety in yiuir hill of fare
from day to day,
Come to Our Grocery
and learn how easily and economically
'L can hi' done.
Here arc a tow things that will help
Breakfast Cereals of all descriptions
Fresh Fruits arriving daily
Choice Butter and Eggs
A full line of Cured Meats
Also our Teas and Coffee that
cannot be excelled.
Kirkpatrlck _ Wilson
Lumber _.
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 HAY. Yards, NELSON
and LARDO.
Wholesale Houses
mHORPE & CO. Limited���Corner Vornon
X ami Collar Street*, Nekton���Mauufaetur-
urriof and wholesale dealers in aerated waters
ami fruit Byruns. Solo agenta for Halcyon Hot
Springe mineral water. Telephone 60*
N. M. Cummins, Lessee���Every known
variety of soft. drink*.   P 0 liox 88.  Telephone
No. :ti. Hoover Street, Nelson,  Bottlers of tho
famous si. Loon Hot Springs Mineral Water.
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
Royal Seal
Kootenay Belle.
R. P. Rithet & Co., Ltd-,
Agents   tor Brltiah Columbia.
A. B. OKAY, Box Sal, Ncl.on, Kootenay
I hereby give notice thai nt the
next inwtintf of tho License ComaUS-
.sinners for the Nislmui district will
apply for b license t'> sfell intoxicating
liquors al the Rosslarifl Hotel. Vernon
streei, Lot 10, Hindi so, In tho City
of NoIkoii, II. 0. ., ,.,
Bank of
British Columbia,
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C���, and Dawson City, Yukon
Canp; & MAODONALD di. Gone, Jamoa
A. Maodonald)���Architects nnd superintendent's, Jtrokon Hill Ulock, comor linker and
Ward Streets. Nelson*
CO.���Manufacturers of tho Royal Heal
ami Kootenay Hullo Cigars, Factory ana
olHoOi Baker street, Nelson,
UJ. EVANS & CO.~Bnker Street, Nol-
��� uon���Wholoaalo dealers In liquors, ol-
KuiH, cement, llro brick und llro clay, Water
pipe and steel rails, and general commission
J   A. M'DONAU) -Madden Block, Nelson-
���   PrujtSi ico cream, "*U. B." chocolate*.
hiKh clans confoctlorcry.   Ico Cream Parlors,
Wholosole and retail doalerH in grain,
hay, flour, Coed. Mills at Victoria, Now Wont-
minmor; Edmonton, Alia. Elovatorw on Calgary and Kdinonton Hailway.  Manufacturers
of the celebrated H. & K. brand cereals.
A MAODONALD & Co.���Corner Front
��� add Hall Streets���Wholesale grocers
and jobbers in blankets, gloves, mills, boots,
rubbers, niackinaws and minors' sundries.
OIHco corner Hall and Front Siroets,
iselrion���LumbeTi ceiling, flooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes* Oot our
prices.  (iorrespondenoe solicited.
P  BUHNs & Co.���Baker street, Nehon-
t   Wliolcsalo dealers in fresh und cured
meats,   Cold Storage.
Baker Street, Nelson-Wholesalo dealers in fresh and cured meats.
J Street, Nelson ��� Wholesale dealatS in
hardware, miners' supplies, sporting goods,
oto,       _________
M'LACHLAN BROS. (Successors to Vancouver Hardware Co, Ltd.) Baker Street,
Nelson���Wholesale dealers in hardware and
mining supplies, plumbers' and tinsmiths' supplies.
NELSON   HARDWARE   CO.- Wholesale
paints, oils and gluss; mechanics' tools
Agents foi Ontario Powder Works; dynamite
rpUHNKR, BEETON & Co.-Corner Vernon
JL and Josephine Stroots, Nelson���Whclo-
salo dealers in liquors, cigars, and dry goods.
Agonts for Pabst Browing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Browing Co of Calgary,
UDSON'S BAY Co.���Wholesale groceries
and liquors etc., Baker Street, Nelson.
Front and Hall Streets, Nelsoti��� Wholesale ilt'uli'is in wines (case and bulk), and
domestic and imported cigars.
JY. GHIFKIN & CO.���Corner Vernon and
���   Josophino  Stroets,  Nelson ��� Wholesale
dealers In provisions, cured moats, butter and
Brewers of Fine Lap;er
Beer and Potter.
Nrl-.Mli, B. C.
H. & M. BIRD
Agents for Eureka Him-rnl Wool and
Asbestos Co.
Insurance Co. or North Amorica, Mutual Lira
Insuranco Co., of Now York, Quebec
Fire Assuranco Co.
r,n ft. on Mill   Stm-t 8   500
Till ft. on   Victoria  Street,   easy
termB     BOO
98 ft. on   Victoria   Street,   easy
terms     M0
rid ft. corner on Stanley Street..     il.1i)
-.���r. ft. Victoria Street, west     050
50 ft, Vernon Street,  west  1,800
8-Roomed House  on  Carbonate
Street 82.'. 00
7-Roomed   Mouse,   I'urk   Street,
dose to Baker Street  :w On
7-Roomed Mouse on Mill Street. 38 (III
B-Roomed Mouse,lluiiie Addition :jo (KI
Furnished Mouse on Observatory
Street  88 (III
Coal and* Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil 0o. Ltd.
Crow's   Nest   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -     -    $9.65
No order  can be accepted  unless
accompanied by cash.
Office Corner Hall nnd Baker Htrcota.
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day 81.00.
Children's School Shoes that will stand
all kinds of wear. Strong, reliable
Shoes, that will prove a solace to the
father's purse. These are the kind we
have to show you,
Representing the Largest
European and  American  Manufacturers
Mills, Mines and Smelting Machinery
Apartodo No. 83
Plaijers   NaVg   Oil
All Tobacconists Keep It.
Wholesale Agents:
Turner Beeton & Co;
Nelson, B. C.
'*��� ��������� __ __. ������' ������- �����* __ i_b __i �������� __.4 �����' _�� __ ��** ��������� "������ ilk __. ���*��� ���#��� _kk. 1
V/e Have Sold 75 Per Cent of 411 the
Portland Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay
and Sewer Pipe
TJBeJ in tbe Kootenay
Just Received���Oarload
Dominion  Ali-:  and  Porter
(in pints and quarts)
Dominion  White   Label  Ale
(pints and quarts)
This is tlie fim-st Ale brewed in C.'iliiico.
Dominion   Bulk  Ale
Teacher's  Scotch   Wiiiskv
lln   15-gallini   kegs)
Is still tlie best
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Branch Markets in Roasland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mnls to any branch will have careful 1
oromot attention.
The Miner is on sale at the
lowing- news stores at five cents
Gilbert Htanloy
Thomnon Stationury Co
Canada Drug &Hook Co.
Hotel Hume Nowh Htaml
Hotel Phair Nowh Stand
I*. Campboll
C. K. NolHon
J. K. Dolaney
H. A, BraoBhaw
Hlocan Nowh Co.
Thonmon Hron.
]<amout& v mi in-.
II. A. KIiik fc Co.
New Denver
Slocan City
and  News   Agents   on  boats  and
trains out of Nelson
HlbVER king mike
Will pay the highest cash prim for all
kinds of MOOnd hand koocIh. Will bay
or Hell anythinR from hii QDchoi to a
needle. Po ml tare, fltoves, narport*.
cooking utensils, bought ���� household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Gall and see me or write. Addrew
Silver King Mike, Box 200. HaU
Btreet, Nekton, B. C.
i   s,  Baviour'8 [RnoubhJ  OnuRoii  Corner
. Ward and  Bllloo Ms.     Bunday��:  Holy Ciiiii-
1 munlotl Hit. in.; and on the III aiul.'trd HuntliiyM
' in the month after MatUns; MatUnn at 11 a.m.;
j Sunday School 8,80 p.tti; BronsoDg 7.30. Daily:
Mattlns at 0.80 a, m.   Thundoyi and Salnt'M
Days)  Holy  Coram union l'i a. m.    Kridayw:
Bvonsong 7.80 p. ni., followed by choir prac-
Lioe.   H. s. AJtehurst, ftootor.   _rwl Irvine.
Qoo, Johnstoiio, WartleriH.
Oathoug Church���Corner'.Ward and Mill
streets Maas ovory Sunday at 8 and lO.oOa.m
Benedlotton at 7.!10 ii.ni.   Mukh ev<!ry week day
al7.lAa.in.   Rev.   rather  Kerland Keetor.
Phebbytsriar Church -Sorvioeaat H a.m.
��� and 7.80 p.m. Sunday School at 2.%) p.m,
j Prayor mooting Thurwday cvoninK it 8 ii.in.;
: Christian Kndoavor Society meeU every 'rues-
day evening ��*i 8 o'clock. Itov. H. Krow,
MKTliODTST Church��� Corner Bllloa and
Josephine BtTOeU. Servicer! at 11 a.m. and 7.30
n. m. ; Sabbath School, 2.30 p.m.; Prayer meot-
Ingon  Friday evening at ft o'clock: Kpworth
League O, K.. TuMday at8a.m.     itov. John
Hobnon, Pantor.
Baptist chukch ��� servieoH morning and
ovonini<at 11 a.m. and 7.IW p.m.; Prayer moot.
itiK Tliunwlny evening at K p.m. the B, Y
P.U. Tuesday eveninu at 8 o'clock. StrntiRorrt
cordially welcomed. Itov. O. J. Coulter White,
BaxvATTON Akmy���Scrvio h ovory ovonlng
nt So'olOOIl iu barracks on V otori Htroct
Adiiidanl (GAgipflOmbfl In charwn.
Of WriliiiK Paper wontlawl
hmg. Nou'd bettorplaee an-
Other "huri) up' order with
Nelson  Daily  Miner,   Friday Evenihg,  September  28,  1900.
Work upon the Bewer on Latltnei
street from Hall t" Hendryx, w.'is
started tins morning.   Another erew
of 1 1 will atari shortly laying a bIx-
fnnt aide walk on the north side ol
Hoover Street botvvoen Ward and .los-
The ('. P. I!, local offlelalB are, to-
day, calling for tenders for the construction of the new olliee which Is to
be erected al Kaslo. They also hope
to lie ready to receive lenders for the
loeal freight sheds by the lirst of next
Kaslo appeal's again in The Colonial
Qoldflelds Qazctte. There is a street
scene, and a very pretty one it is.
and "Kaslo Ci'eeli in Winter" is the
title given to another Illustration,
They are both striking enough to at-
Iraei attention to Nelson's favorite
William Jonos,who escaped from tlie
Provincial jail yesterday, is slill al
large. Word lias been received from
the constable al Ilobson stating thai
nothing had been seen of tlie prisoner
In Unit direction. Mr. Unllock-Wcb-
ster is now waiting to hear from the
Work upon the electric light 1I11111 in
proceed ing rather slowly and it will
probably be two weeks ueforo the entire eity is supplied with lights. The
work upon the trench has heen retarded owing to heavy roil; cutting, and
only a small portion of the crib work
has been constructed. Fifteen men are
engaged in carrying on the work.
William Davidson came before Magistrate Crease this morning on a
charge of causing a disturbance in
Chinatown last evening. The prisoner was lined Sin and rusts, and also
hud to pay ST which was the amount
of the damages done at the store
where the row took place, A frequenter by the name of Cosgrove was
also fined 820 and costs.
The steamer .Nelson which was
wrecked about 10 days ago. will be repaired by tonight and will be launched tomorrow morning. It will go Into service at 10:30 tomorrow night,
and will make the regular trip to
Kootenay Landing. Marring all mishaps the I oclock boat to Kaslo will
again be established tomorrow afternoon.
As stated in The Miner a few days
ago the Spokane Falls A .Northern
have declared a rate of a single fare
for the round trip from Nelson to
Spokane, during tbe fruit fair. Notices were received by the loeal ollieers this morning that the tickets
would be available from October 1 lo
15 inclusive. The limit will be seven
The following ale the mining records for today: Certificates of Work
��� To the B. A. C. Hold ,v Silver .Mining Co.. on Big Duluth, Alice. Battle
il./Annu., and Ida;!'. Mowat.on Panama and Niagara. Locations���North
Star and I'olar Fractional.on in-Crcek.
by S. S. Taylor; Lady Minto on
Morning .Mountain, by .Neil MoCal-
lina: Royston, on Morning Mountain,
by R, .1. Mowat.
F.   T.   (iriiiin    of   Winnipeg,   the
newly appointed land commissioner of
the Canadian I'aeilie for tile entire
Dominion, arrived in Nelson last
evening. When Mr. (Irillin was asked
this morning who would lie appointed
to attend to tlie duties of the loeal
otlice he slated that no arrangements
had been made, but that Mr. Frank
Fletcher would conduct the business
at present.
The following from The Tribune of
Thursday is too good to let pass:
"Mi. and Mrs. I'aul Johnson are at
the Phair, having come over from
Greenwood on a two-day visit. Whilst
.Nelson's   drygoodfl   and   other stores
may nol be as large or as numei s as
.New Yon;'*, or Montreal's they are
theequa] in every rcspeei of Spokano's
or Victoria's. Mr. and Mis. Johnson
ret urn home today, "
The president and members of the
Nelson Uencrnl Hospital Ladies' .\i,l
Society desire t,> express, through
The Miner, their hearty thank', tothe
citizens, aNo I,, ii,,- ladies and gentlemen, wh ntrlbuted   to ih"  si n
of the musical and aniniatagrapli entertainment at the Opera House on
Wednesday  night.    They     are    sis,,
pleased to stale that the net proceeds
handed over tothe treasurer of the
society, amount  to s.'.in.
An Important mining deal in connection with the Marl    group   near
sloean    City,       is   about     to      he    put
through.   The property is to he bonded to .1. Frank Col lorn,  general mann
ger  of   the   Arlington   Company   for
Stl.'i.lWlll. Five per cent. Is to be paid
in three months, another live per
cent, in nine months and the balance in Iwleve months. The owners
of the property are R, I. Klrkwood,
Andrew Turks. )���' \ Wells, lieorge
Williamson. I), I'. (Irani and Mrs, F.
c. Sniiiheringale. Considerable development work- has been done on the
property and the working has brought
out excellent showings, Work will be
resumed after December I.
J. c. Coiilin. traveler for Pithea
and Lelse. wholesale I iipior merchants
Ol   VK'turla,    wild     ill   tuwn     Unlay.
Speaking of business throughout the
ICootenays he said: "1 find that business is dull except in Rossland and
Nelson. In these places every thing
is active and especially in Nelson is
this the case. Although Grand Forks
is dull at present the people of that
place an' looking forward to a boom
during the fall and winter on account of the building of the Kettle
River Railroad.and owing to the large
number of men that will be employed
in the smelter, Business is again
looking brighter in i'lioenix.antl some
real estate sales have been made there
lately nt  il good figure. "
The Winnipeg iriv Press of Wednesday says: At the convention of
the Liberals of Selkirk constituency,
held yesterday afternoon in the rooms
of the Young Men's Liberal Club.
Mr. W. I'-. McCreary, ex-mayor of
Winnipeg ami Dominion Immigration
Commissioner, was made the unanimous choice of tlie meeting Us Liberal
candidate to contest the division at
the    approaching     general    elections.
Kiev, n candidates in all were nominated, of whom Mayor F. W. Col-
eleugh. of Selkirk, and Mr. W. F. McCreary. of Winnipeg, received the
strongest support. The final ballot
stood 41 for McCreary and 17 for Co]-
cleugh, whereupon the former was
made tin- unanimous choice by a
standing vote amidst uproarious applause,
nf Ihe Winnipeg lacrosse team
which will leave for New Westminster next Tuesday the Free Press
says: It will be learned with regret
that four valued members of the Win-
nipegs will be unable to take the trip.
They are Rod Flett, "llaldy" Robertson. I'irnie Campbell and I). P. Clarke,
Messrs. l-'leit and Robertson notified
the executive some time ago of their
inability to accompany the team, but
it was only learned this morning that
Ernie Campbell, Ihe brilliant little
home fielder, and Dune. Clarke, the
popular Held captain, would be unable to assist in the contest with the
salmon caters. Mr. Campbell is prevented by his duties, and Mr. Clarke
through the illness of his mother.
Campbell's absence will change the
team somewhat. It was picked to
lineup as follows: Coal, .1. Flett;
point. Kwing; cover point, .lamieson:
defence Held. Clarke. Marshall, M.
Flett: centre, tiilmcy; home field,
Campbell, Martin. Murphy: outside
home. Burns; inside home, Roach.
Now that Campbell cannot go his
place will be taken by either McKay
or llcndroii. Seott Adams will probably act as Held captain. Fred C'as-
sldy will go along as spare man, his
injured leg, sustained iu the last
game, preventing him from figuring
on the team. Messrs. Murry. McGoW-
an and Mart Hooper will also take in
the trip, and probably several others
on their own responsibility. The
team has had a poor chance for practicing during the past few weeks owing to the continued wet weather, hut,
they are all in fairly good shape.
Pi art ices will be called for every
night this week.
Salvation Army Special Services For
Next Four Hays.
The Salvation Army Is about to hold
a scries of services that will surpass
in interest nnnd novelty any thing of
the kind ever before held in the liar-
racks. Meetings of the same nature
will be held at the same dale in very
barracks in Canada and United States
and tin' local army intend making
theirs as successful as any of the great
number. No pains are being spared
to decorate the interior of the building with evergreens, Sowers anil brilliant colored buntings, and when the
work is completed the hall will present .in extremely inviting appearance.
The    services    will  be   held   on    four
successive day. Sept. '.".i aud 30th,
and October Is! and '.'nil. Tomorrow    evening   a   "Bringing  in   the
sheaves" meeting will take place,
when all  tribal bms and gifts   thai
have been previously  secured will  be
brought  iii.     (hi Sunday four   services
will be held. At 7 a. m., there will
be prayer services,    At   n   a. m., the
subject will be "The Covenant of
Sail" ; at   I p.   m..    "Plenty   and    lle-
sp.-iii���" ; at ":.10p, m.. "Necessity to
Secure a Bountiful Harvest" At these
services Adjutant McGec, assisted by
his wife, will officiate. On Monday
evening at a p, m.. the Bale of gifts
will take place. During the sale,
music will bo ien,leieil| by brass anil
string- bands. The sale will be opened by Rev, Mr. While, of Ihe Methodist I 'hili-ch.
On Tuesday evening the most Interesting service will be held when then,
will bean auction sale of children,
llandiniistei Edward Frost : Richard
Fleetam. C. P. MoRnstle, the elocutionist, and others will be the bidders. After the sale a coffee and cake
social will be given. The purpose of
Ihe Harvest Home is to secure funds
to support Ihe branches of Ihe array
that are situated in   remote    parts   of
the Province where workers are   unit
hie to maintain themselves from local
sources.    Tickets   have   1 n   secured
aim will be good for both the Monday
ami Tuesday services.
Hamilton,Sept, 88.���The Liberals of
ibis city have succeeded in inducing
A. Tweed, the sitting member, to
aagin allow his name to be put in
nomination for the House of Commons
at the general elections. Mayor Teet-
zul has been asked by the same party
to run with Mr. Tweed In place of T.
II. MacPherson,   the present member,
who declines renomination,
Glencoe, Ont., Sept. 88.���West Middlesex Liberals yesterday nominated
W. S. Calvert, sitting member, to
again represent them iu the next
House of Commons.
Belleville,Ont., Sept.28,���Tho Grand
Jury .yesterday returned "No bill,"
against two Grand Trunk trainmen.
Kerr and Maybce, charged with manslaughter for having been negligent
in duties which caused the eollison of
two trains last July which resulted
in tlie death of two other  trainmen.
Kingston, Ont., Sept. 28.��� In concluding a letter, after intimating that
they were beseiged in Rustenburg
and placed on half rations for a
month, Corporal Hilton, of "C" Battery, says he does not think many of
"our fellows will ever soldier any
more.     We have had enough of  it.''
St. Thomas, (Int., Sept. 28.���Mrs.
Foster, a respectable woman of T/r-
connel, moved into her new house to
find the carpets and furniture ruined.
Soon afterwards she was taken ill by
using well water which had been pois
oncd. The water will be sent to Toronto for analysis. The police are
Ottawa.Sept. 28.���Dr. Montzambert,
health inspector general, is more fearful of the importation of bubonic
plague to Canada from San Francisco
than by Montreal from Glasgow.
Toronto. Sept. 88.���To show his distaste of American money Lieut.-Col.
Denisou.magistrate, yesterday refused
to accept a rine from a citizen tendered in three Canadian and one American dollar bills. The citizen in consequence had to remain in jail until
some friends had got him H Canadian
      - iT,_ iBi_3
Ottawa, Sept. 28.���Reports were reel ved yesterday from Cokn.'l Otter
commanding the First Canadian Contingent. Col. Drury. commanding the
K. C. A., and Colonel Evans, commanding the second battalion of
Mounted Infantry. The strength of
the First Contingent is 1185. Drury reports no serious illness among his
force; Evans reports 107 men on parade, ll'.i sick and live missing, of a
total strength of 370. The strength of
the lirst battalion of R. C. M. to August 20, was 120 of all ranks on parade,
180 sick and one missing out of a total strength of 807.
"Yes, Jimmie Grimes and that old
Mrs. Fruinplcigh���worth a million,
they say���were spooning dreadfully
on the boat all the way back from
the beach. Why.he had bis arm halfway round her most of the time."
"Half-way round her?"
"Yes, as fat* as   he could reach."
Hume.���.1. F. Macdonahl. Montreal;
A. French, Montreal; II. M. Fuller-
ton, lirantford : A. S. Grant and son,
Winnipeg; H. E. Wlntaufer, Merlin;
A. McAllister, Toronto;.!. ('. Conlen,
Victoria; 11. S. Collins, Spokane; G.
W. Lawson, Toronto; W. (Iradwahl,
San Francisco: (1. W. lleygood, Ann
Arbor. .Mich. ; T. A.Carley, Montreal;
.1. A. McKinnon. Sllverton; A. P.
Iloekshaw,   Athabasca;    W.    E.   Iloie,
Camp Mansfield.
Phair���V.    E.    Aslnlown,    Toronto;
A. Macnlder, Montreal; G,   <>.   Brad*
ley, Spokane: T. D. Picard, Revelstoke: K. Smith, Rossland; M. II.
brown. Detroit; W. M. Kirkpatrick,
Montreal; R, Bowman, Vancouver;
II. ,1. Camhie. Vancouver; K. Marpnlc,
Vancouver: John (I. Sullivan, Trail;
W. II. Aldridge. Trail; J. F. Collom,
Alameda. California; I!. J. Kirkwood,
Slocan City; R. Williams, Seattle; (I.
Van Bitter, Seattle; John T. McShane,
Seal tic.
Being a Reminiscence   of   the Galveston Floods of 1875.
The recent disastrous Hood at Galveston, Texas, which occurred on the
14th of this month and was accompanied by such a fearful loss of life
and untold Buffering, has awakened
many memories of a similar catastrophe that occurred there just 25 years
ago. Among those who recall that
event is Mr.Thomas Gallon of Nelson,
who spent many years In Texas and
remembers the Hood of '75 hh having
occurred just before he went to that
country. The incident was brought
to Mr. Gallon's memory by rather a
strange coincidence that may be of interest to those who have read the accounts of the recent disaster. Mr.
Gallon is the possessor of an old teak
wood chest that has been in his family
for over 125 years. Many years ago
the chest was given a lining of old
newspapers, among them being a paper published in Cork about the 1st of
October, 1875. Several days ago Mr.
Gallon hail occasion to open the old
chest and his attention was attracted
to an article in the Cork paper referring to the Galveston flood. After reading the story through, Mr. Gallon cut
it out and gave it to a Miner man. It
is now published as of possible Interest to those who may also remember
tin' floods of 25 years ago. It is as
"The German la, of the White Star
Line, and the City of Chester, of the
Innian line, have arrived at Cork.
brinigng New York papers to the
18th instant. The following telegram
appeared in the Herald of that date:
'Houston. Texas., Sept. Ki. 1875.���A
fearful gale has been blowing at Galveston since yesterday morning. The
eity is partially under water,which is
several feet deep in tlie principal
streets. Several wrecks have been reported. The Ocean House, on the
Gulf Beach, is entirely surrounded
with water, and the outhouses are
gone. The City Hospital is filled with
water, and much damage is already
sustained by citizens.who arc terribly
frightened,and the storm is pronounced the heaviest since lsii7. Thirty
workmen on the breakwater being
built by the Government were cut off
and are lost. The Santa Fee railroad
bridge, across the bay. has been swept
away; and the Houston niilway
bridge is under water. Twenty feet
of this end of it has been washed
away. The water at Virignia Point
has backed up for three miles on
the mainland,and is still rising. The
gale is increasing, and the barometer
is falling. The bay is so full of water
that if the wind changes to the north
the whole island will be lost, and no
lives can be saved. The shipping in
the harbor was having a fearful time
of it at the last accounts.' A telegram from New Orleans of the 127th
adds: The equinoctial storm continues. Despatches from the South-
est Pass report it is blowiing hard
with thick cloudy weather. The ship
Mnrca Greenleaf," arrived from Keval
via Delaware Breakwater, reports
encountering a terrific hurricane on
latitude deg. 28 mill., longitude 84
deg. 4(1 inin., commencing northeast
and southeast. She lost fore and main
topsail and split fore topmast staysail
and jib. At last accounts from Galveston the gale still prevailed. The
steamer George W. Clyde was at her
wharf. Morgan's steamer Mary, the
Harriet Lane,and several small vessels
are anchored inside. Telegraphic
communication after that date was
stopped so tin papers of the following
day do not contain further particu
lars.' ''
Ever since the above mentioned
Hood the citizens of Galveston have
expected a worse one and the older
residents have prophesied that the
eity would some day he wiped out by
a tidal wave. It is remarkable that
the recent disaster should have occurred just 25 years after the one of   1875.
That pretty picture should be framed. Call and sec the mouldings at F.
,1. Bradley .t Co. 's.
Destroying its victim, Is a type of
Constipation. The power of this murderous malady is fell on organs and
nerves and muscles and brain. There's
no health (ill it's overcome. Hut Dr.
Kings New Life Fills are a safe and
certain cure. Best in the world for
Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels.
Only '��> cents, at Canada Drug & Book
F. J. Bradley A. Co. have received
their full stock of wall papers and
wall mouldings.    See them.
Spring chicken ami all the dellosnlos
of the season served to you when yon
visit Florence Park Hotel nt Roberts'
Hunch, two and a half mileH up the
river.    W. M. Roberts, proprietor.
The fines! lino of picture mouldings'
in the Kootonays can he found at the j
slot f F. J,   Bradley   ,v    Co.,   Jose-'
pllilie Street.
Are You Right?
Vou ran he sure of your minutes
if you provide yourself with one
of   our   aecurate   and   reliable
Don't run���get a good watch to
run for you.
Mannfacturlntr Jewelers.
Advertisements lnsorted under this head at
tho rato of ono oont a word por lusortion. No
advertisement taken for less Mian 25 cms.
FOR RENT.���Furnished  rooms.   Apply .118 linker Street.    Quiet part of
WANTED.���Situation   by a Japanese.
First Class Cook.    City or   country.
Address T. V.. P. tl.  liox 046.
FOR     BENT.��� Cellar.    Apply   Merchants' Bank of Halifax.
TO CI UK A   c   IN  ONE  llll
Take Laxative Hroino Quinine 1'ablotn. All
dmgglsls refund Ihe iiinnoy If II fnlls |o euro.
1Mb   u, W, drove's signature lo on each box.
FOB KENT���Furnished rooms.   Good
attendance.    rJceoiid   door   east   of
City Hall.
FIRST CLASS  room  nnd  board in
private family, fS.fiO and Nt.   Table
hoard 8b   Cailionate Street,   second
house east of Josephine.
And Napkins.
Our New  Linens   have  arrived.    For  quality,
Rrice   and  desig*n,   tlie  like  has   never   been   shown  in
Table   Linens   by  the yard start in price at 25c to
Table Napkins start at $ \ ���35 dozen to $ f 5.00.
Table Cloths prices start at $1.75 t0 $15.00.
If you want anything in Tabic Linens, Napkins or
Cloths, see our stock. Should you not want to buy they
are worth seeing.
Linens are advancing in price. All ours are at the
old figure and some less.
The NEW Dry Goods and Millinery Store
Mrs. Enfield specially
invites all the ladies to
attend her Fall Millinery Opening
October 2 and 3.
Ail the latest imported
novelties of the season,
and a large assortment
of English and American styles of Trimmed
Kootenay Railway and NaT.
Company, Ltd.
Schedule of Time.       Pacific Standard 1'luifl,
tfiflboltve February Ut, linw
PatwonRor train fur Sandon and way mutton*
leaven   Kaslo  at H a. m., daily.    KuLurninK.
: loavon Sandon al 1.15 |uu��� arrfvlntc at Ktwlo
nl 3.55 p.m.
Operating un Kootcimy I^ukuaml River,
Sfcr. "Inturnallunal" leaVM Kanlo for Nelson
at 0 a. in, daily except Sunday, RuLurninx,
loaveM NOUOO at M0 p.m., calling at Ilalfour,
Pilot Ray, Ainiwortb and all way point*. Connect* with S. F. Sz N. train to and from Spo
kane at Five Mile Point.
Steamer Argsntale*VM Kaslo TUMdftn and
Fridays al (> a. m. for the head uf uavlKaliuii ou
the   Upper Duncan Kiver;   returniiiK leave*
Hall's I^wUiil' Wednesdays and Saturdays,
Steamers ooll at principal landings lu both
directions, and at other point* whon signalled
1    Tickets sold (a all points in Canada and the
j  I'liiicd St nl OH.
I'o ascertain ratots and full Information ad-
I drees I
u��nairer. *|0..��R3f C.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,   ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to G. U LENNOX, Baker  St.
St. Joseph's
���Next term conimoncps Srd
September. For particulars apply to the
nnd try a bottle, a dozen, or n barrel of
QALQARY BEER an it i�� tlm bom unit
c-nimpext on tho market. Al��o try our
WINES,    LIQUORS,    nnd    CIGARS.
Telophono 03. linker St., Nelson, II. C.
NBL80N LODGE,   No. A A. K. ��t A
M. meelH uocomt Wertnendny in eiu'h
month.   VinltlnK brethorn wetooino.
I. (I. U. V. Koolonny IxmIko
No. Hi, mecUi every Monday nlxlil,
at  their  Hall,  Kootenay Htrout
Sqlournlnir Odd Follow, cordially Invited.
John A. MoRaO, N.O.   II. W. Rutherford, V.O.
Fred J. Squire, Per. Sec.
NoIhoii Kncainpinent No. 7. Moot* every llnil
and 1th Friday of oaeh month, In Odd Fellow.*'
Hall, comer Haker and Kootenay HlretH.
NelMD. A. II. I'lenicnt*, ('. I'.; II. MiArlhu/.
K. s.   VjsiliiiK brothers nlwny. welcome.
NKLSON Uu76k~N"o7�����," K. ofP
iuoiiIk In K. of I', ball, Oddfellows block
.evcrv   Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
:JAI1 vM'.Iiik knights  cordially   Invited
F. J. BltAlil.KV, C. C.
I. A. 1'AnrKTTK. K.nf ll.and.-.
NELSON I,. O. I.. No. MM moels in Fm
tensity Hall on l'rst and Ihird Friday oveniliKs
of eiien month at 8 o'clock. Visit log luombrn*
cuidlnlly invited, it. Itoblnson, W.M.: Win.
Crawford, It. S.         ^_
Heetlnn Ith Thursday of month. Fraternal
hall, J A Irving C. K.   I'. It. Fleming. B.B,
NI'.IJjONH   OI'F.KN    NO.   211
.    SONS   OF    KNULANI).   nicot-
^1   the llrat  Wednosday evening of
'ffc n p'l   ''"'''   month   at Fiatornity hall,
���"���"'"I   corner of  llaker   and   Koolonay
ill  streets.   Visiting hrothorn cord-
S=~#   lull] lnvllwl
John Watson, Socrolary.
NFJ.SON AKItlF.  No. M. V.  O.   E., meets
every second and fourth Wednesdays of each
month,  visiting  mc_beni oordlally  tow
Charles lYosser.  Secretary.
1(001715 and Offices lo Hent.
Apply   to   the
Nfelson Electric Train Way Co.
Corner Josephine and Vertjon Street*.
Flannels and Flannelettes
Are Now Seasonable.
We have  them  in lawe quantities.    They come
widths, in plain and fancy patterns.
27-inch  Flannelette at  yc
31-inch  Flannelette at ' IOc
34-inch  Flannelette at I2>��c
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