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Array Daily Edition No. 820
Nelson,   British Columbia. Saturday Evening,   September i,  1900.
Eleventh Year
CLOSING DAY
IN THE HOUSE
The Government Has no Intention of Altering Eight Hour Law.-It Will
Stand as it is*
The Kettle River Bill Passed the House.
The Lieutenant-Governor's Speech
to the House.
(SPECIAL TO Till'. MINKH.)
Viotoria, Sept. 1. -It is not the intention ol the Government to alter the
eight-hour law. It in on the statute
bookB and it is their to stay. Messrs.
Houston and Mnrtin hnd Itoon urging
the Premier nt 0:15 this morning to
repeat Hie assurance of the Minister of
Mines that the mining committee
mid not ln any way deal with the
eight-hour law, Should he have .stated this Mr.Curtis' resolution reaffirming iu principle, would have been
withdrawn, Premier DuiiBinulr sal
tight, however, having said bis Buy,
and 011 a previous Question the nutter
was voted out.
This was at the end of an all night
Bitting in which all the business bad
he��� swept from the slate. Tlie last
day vvk a long one _.������>' in <>' loch in
th,1 morning oo Thvtv..lay until aftei
ti a, in. ,m Friday, but it left this afternoon free for prorogation,
nf ihe other business of the Bitting,
tht' Kettle River Railway BUI was the
must exeittng, Whips and promoters strove to keep the forces together,
but at'::w It wat crowded through on
u majority of two amid the applause
of its supporters. Mr. Curtis' speech
t>a this matter although to empty
chairs and punctuated by snores, was
Well nigh the speech of the session.
With the closing words: "lias the C.
P. ll. more Influence than the people,
in this House?" the Opposition desks
were banged again and again. The
division being taken, the bill passed
its second reading by the following
vote:
Ayes���Eberts, Mcllride. Brown,
Martin, Curtis, (ireen, R. Smith,
ll'iuston, Melnnes, Qllmour, Stables,
*'������ C. Smith, Oliver, l.id<l, (lardcii,
Taylor. Clifford���17.
Nays Turner, Diiiisinuir, A. \V.
Smith, Preatice, Welle, Pooloy, llay-
����rd, Tatlow, Ellison, Mouneo, Rogers,    Murphy,    Hunter,      Mcl'ltillips,
Belmeoken, -15,
Tbe debate on the Supreme Court
������ill led to the old system of a full
court at Vancouver remaining unchanged. An attempt to place a referendum section in the Vancouver
charter was voted down. All the railway  charters   were    granted    except
those touching the Alaskan Boundary,
There was a beautiful day for promotion. Qovernment Whip Elision was
presented with a beautiful whip by
o. ... . *     *
more amply provide for carrying on
I lit* necessary works of development
in the future.
"I am pleased to know that special
measures of relief have been passed
in the interests of the municipalities
of New Westminster and Sandon. It
is gratifying to know that effective
measures have been taken to protect
our home labor, not only from unfair competition within the Province,
but from the Immigration of undesirable classes of aliens. I note with
pleasure that an act has been passed,
and under it a judge of the Supreme
Court of liritisli Columbia has been
appointed to proceed to Porcupine
Creek. Cassiar District, to settle up in
an expeditious manner disputes which
have arisen in that locality between
miners, by reason of the uncertainty
nf tlu boundary between Alaska aud
this Province,
"The act to protect the mining Interests of citizens serving Her Majesty in South Africa, meets with my
warmest approval. The presence in
the Province of liis Bxoellency the
Governor-General at the present time
is a matter for congratulation and 1
feel assured that liis Excellency will
be deeply impressed with the expression of loyalty to Her Majesty so con*
spieious in this part of Her Majesty's
Dominion,
"In liberating you from your arduous duties it is with tbe feeling that
your efforts will be amply rewarded
by au increasing prosperity and a
general advancement of the interests
of the Province resulting therefrom."
HRITISH  STEAMER WRECKED.
���he Mlntstoi
in recognition of his SOI'*
SIR HENRI'S SPEECH.
The. following is the Lieutenant-
Governor's Speech to the House upon
"���prorogation!
"Mr, Speaker and gentlemen of the
Legislative Assembly :��� I am pleased
I" express my appreciation of the ear*
"Mist-ess and care you have manifest
��� m dealing with the various inipor-
nt rejects submitted to your eon-
'"''cration during the session. The
"��al supplies which you have grant*
, 'llr ''"'Tying on the administration
Struck On Horseshoe Reef in Stephen's
Passiige and Will Re a Total Wreck.
Port Townsend,    Wash,.   Sept,    t.���
Tin' steamer Topeka   arrived from the
north last night  with 150  passengers
and 810,0000 in gold dust. The officers
of tlie Topeka report, tbe liritish steamer Cntch ashore on    Horse   Shoe   Reef
in Stephen's   Passage, 25   miles   from
Juneau and badly   damaged.    The sea
was smooth when she struck on   August 24,   and the passengers   and   crew
succeeded     in   reaching    the  beach,
where they were camped when Ihe To*
| peka passed.    The Topeka   offered assistance.     It was refused but the   ear-
go was being thrown overboard.    The
I steamer Treadwell   was despatched to
assist, tlie wrecked    vessel but   it   was
thought    she    would   become   a   total
wreck as she was full of water aft and
is settling.
IMPORTANT    DECISION.
"f public'
'or  the
affairs,    and   particularly
purpose   of   construction   of
r'"lds A'"1 'or other public iinproVe-
j^ts, cannot fall to have a marked
J��wlt In the development of the re-
by Y "f U'C 1'rovln<-�� affected there-
latitV '"" |,ll'"v''1 l" observe the sub-
WW "hi extended to the agricul-
atT||'""l"s,l'y-    The measure of relief
'mend   '" Mttl*r' bS tlle  l'and  A<'1
These"?"1 'S   Mpeolal*J'   gratifying.
iient'T"' amenaments to the Assess-
Co,l     ''l amI ll'�� act to levy a tax on
f.iwl!!v. "I'.uU in   a   sub-
English Judge (lives   Verdict Against
Strikers Posting Pickets.
London,   Sept.   1.���Another   verdict
against picketing  during strikes was
| rendered today by Justice   Farwell of
the   High   Court   of Justice, who en-
i joined (leneral  Secretary   Hell of   the
Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants,     and     Organising     Secretary
Holmes from watching and   besetting
the (Ireat   Western   Railroad   stations
1 and approaches   with   the view of inducing non-union men to refrain from
taking   the   places   of the   Taff   Vale
railroad strikers.
wants lo resign In my favor. My excellent friends who dispose of me In
any other way ace not as well informed as Ihey might lie as to my future."
COAL SHORTAGE THREATENED.
Montreal, Sept. 1.���There is not the
least doubt that there will be a shortage of bituminous coal in Montreal
during the coming winter. From the
opening of navigation to the lirst day
f August the shipments hy water
from Nova Scotia are just 7,200 gross
tons below last year, and at the same
time   the   demand     is      considerably
Wild, CLOSE ON SUNDAY.
The operations at the Centre Star
property in the Rossland district are
being carried on with rapid progress.
On September 4th the mine will ship
at the rate of 300 tons per day. After tomorrow the mines will close
down every Saturday night, and will
not work their men on Sunday. This
is the lirst mining company of 11. C.
to take this step, and many of the
other companies are talking of following their example,
CONDUCTORS
MAY STRIKE
The C.P.R. is Now Threatened With a
Strike By Its  Force of
conductors.
Winnipeg, Sept. i.���It is under*
stood that there was ;m important
meeting of the C. P. R. conductors
Thursday evening, when it was decided to ask the ollieials for the immediate reinstatement of two of the
conductors who refused to give up
their punches and equipment to
Montreal auditors, who were sent
west to act as train checkers. A
reporter was informed that should
the conif any ignore these protests
a strike on the part of thc conductors over the entire C.P.R. system
will be ordered.
A boy named Carmichael, aged
14, was killed by lightning last
night at Stonewall.
The C.P.R. land sales for the
month of August were 32,188
acres, for $103,480.75.
Hon. Clifford Sifton is expected
to reach Winnipeg tomorrow. He
attends the Liberal convention at
Shoal Lake on Monday.
Several invalided men from South
Africa are expected here Saturday
morning. Tlie party includes Arthur Carter, Frank Finch-Smiles
and J. W. Jones, Victoria, all First
Contingent men.
AGAINST
EXPANSION
Gorman Press Does Not Commend Ex
panslon Policy as to China.
������-Mill
oka
���ni,-
Is such a   Ihrcuue so as to
I been an  obje<
TARTE WAXES FAl'lOTTOl'S.
Montreal. Sept. 1.���Hon, Mr. Tarte
denies the rumor he is to be appointed (iovernor of Manitoba. The Minister said : "No they arc wrong. 1 am
to be appointed Regent of Bulgaria
in place 01 Prince    Ferdinand,   who
New York, Sept. l���A cablegram to
the Tribune from its London correspondent says a great deal of interest
has been created by the announcement
by nil official organ in Berlin that no
aggressive or expansionist policy in
China can be regarded favorably by
the German Qovernment. This is
taken in some quarters as a sign that
the Kaiser has abandoned his militant
designs in the far east, outlined in his
recent speeches, but the explanation is
to be found in the attitude of   almost
all Influential newspapers outside  the
official ring. A parliamentary crisis
and refusal of supplies is openly
threatened if the Administration persist in ambitious prefects opposed to
society.
Montreal, Sept. 1.���Elder, Dempster
St. Co.,will acquire a fleet of 35 steamers belonging to the Hritish and
American Steamship Company at a
cost of a million dollars.
London. Sept. !.���The death is announced today of Sic John Rennet
_awes, noted for his work in regard
to practical and scientific fan
He was born Deft 88, 1814,
ALLIES
AGREE
Chancellories   Favor   Withdrawal of Forces from
Pekin.
Li Hung Chang as an Intermediary Meets With
Favor.
(BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.)
London, Sept. 1,���The Associated
Press has official authority for announcing that the American-Russian
proposal In favor of the withdrawal
of the allied forces from Pekin
with tho view of facilitating negotiations for the Conclusion of peace has
not only met with considerable favor
at European chancellories, hut is almost certain to he adopted. In the
meanwhile the question of employing
IA [lung Chang as an intermediator)'
is meeting with more and more favor, and will, in all probability, he
settled in the atlirmative as soon as
\A Sung (.'hang- is able to obtain the
neeessary authority.
St. Petersburg, Sept. I,������General
l.inevitfh, commanding the Russian
troops at the Chinese Capital, reports
from Pekin,underrate of August 80th,
that the Russian  detachment  on  the
previous day captured without loss the
Imperial summer pftMaoe.
The Russian artillerymen have also
unearthed at Pekin thirty cannon and
many rifles.  A large quantity of silver
was found at the Tsung   l*<i Yamen.
Hong lvong, Sept. 1.���Tlie aeting
Viceroy of Canton lias suppressed all
the native newspapers on the ground
that they have heen publishing false
news detrimental to the maintenance
of peace.
Yokohama, Sept. I.���General Vama-
guiehi, commanding the Japanese
troops in China, reports that a meeting of foreign ministers and commanders has decided to maintain
guards at the gates of the Imperial
City, entrusting the south gates to
thu Americans, while the Japanese
hold three others.
It had also decided to commemorate
the occupation of Pekin by a march
of the Allied troops through the Imperial City, August 28th, Many of
the guards have left the palace and
have surrendered themselves. The
inmates of the palace have been assured that they will he treated witli
every consideration. Five companies
of troops from the Japanese garrison
of Tai Peh,island of Formosa, started
Tuesday for Amoy.
THE MARCH
TO PEKIN
Details of the Forced March Made by
the Allied Troops,
Pekin, Aug. II.���Via post, via Tien
Tsin, Sept. 1.���The army transport
when it reached l'ekin,   was ii unique
spectacle.    Miles   of animals, vehicles,
ami  everything  imaginable.   Every*
thing on wheels from farm wagons I"
fashionable traps was impressed, and
every luirse, mule, and Chinaman, in
the path wiin _uiiimaiidui.il. The Japanese had eows bearing packs and the
Kussians had camels.    Chinamen pull-
e,i the carta and staggered /under heavy packs, the soldiers ourslng and
beating them. Several dropped dead.
Two hundred junks and scows bearing
munitions were towed up the river liy
thu   i Hen.     Had    the Chinese   taken
(lie offensive must (if the transportation might easily have been captured
and out to pieces by small llunUiug
partes.    After it became apparent Liut
the enemy wu demoralised  the  ifui-
erals   trusted   the   transportation! to
luck and bent   their   efforts   townr
getting ahead.    Only   such
ironcy as '       'ed could   tin ���
sue' is were
i
LABOR DAY.
In accordance wilh tlie proclamation issued hy the  Dominion    m
and Provincial Goverements and  at   thc   request   of  the   Nelson    *
Trades and Labor Assembly and a large number oi* merchants  of
the City, I hereby proclaim Monday, September ^rd, a Civic Holiday and trust the same will be observed as such.
By Order
WILLrAM IRVINE,
Acting Mayor, City of Nelson
pave the army was worth the hardships the troops had undergone. The
besieged moved the barricades and
when the ^ates swung" inward and
the Hritish eolors appeared there
arose a great, continuous cheer on
both sides. An hour afterwards (ienernl Chaffee, riding at the head of thc
American infantry, marched to the
Tartar wall. When told that the
l.ritish had entered bofore them the
American general looked disappointed.
Hut, although the Americans were
behind the last of the British forces,
their reception wus just as enthusiastic.
There is much recrimination between the foreigners besieged in I*e-
kln and the members of the relieving
force. Oftieers say that the besieged
sent out alarmist reports ami that
the condition of the foreigners was
never one of such extremity as the
official despatches represented. The
foreigners, they assert, could have resisted indefinitely. The besieged accuse the Generals of timidity and of
exaggerating the Chinese opposition.
They think a much smaller army
might huve made the march and relieved them a month sooner.
The 1'H.Ung ut lVkiu proceeds industriously and openly. The officers
of every nation except thc lui ted
States ignore the repressive orders.
All the Allies ridicule the Americans
for their abstention.
Missionary (ireen of the China Inland Mission, hih sister, his wife, and
their two children, who were for
sometime held as prisoners by tbe
Hoxers at Using Hun Si on, near l*ao
Ting Fu, were well treated,
A company of Chinese Catholics have
held a town near I'ao Ting Fu for
three months against Hoxers und Imperial troops. The officials have offered large sums for their capture.
SLAUGHTERED   BOXERS.
Taku, Aug. '2$.���Via Shanghai,Sept,
1.���An interpreted letter written by
the Viceroy of Pao Ting Fu.who commanded at Tien Tsin during the fighting there complains that the Hoxers
are over running the country southwest of Tien Tsin, particularly the
cities on the grand canal, despising
the ollieials, who at first countenanced them, and looting and Idling thc
enemies of their organizutioii and
lighting thc Imperial troops.
The gates of I'ao Ting Fu are kept
closed and the people inside arc suffering, with the Hoxers practically besieging the place. The Viceroy reports that thc Tao Tai of the city of
Sang chow, on the canal, invited two
thousand Boxers to u feast. While th
Hoxers were eating and their weapons
were stacked, thc Imperial soldiers.
by his orders, fell upon them aud
slaughtered all of them.
tween the Nelson Club and a team
from Kossland. In the afternoon there
will be a rille match between teams
from Hosslaud and ami the Nelson Association. A party of Kossland tennis players will come over to play a
return match with the Nelson Club on
Monday afternoon.
At the Tennis Club courts yesterday
afternoon the seini-linals of the tournament were played off. Mr. Macrae
and Mrs.. Pollock defeated Mr. Krown
ami Miss Fleming, 6-3, 7-r_. Mr.
Haines and Miss 1. Hedley vs. Mr.
Dickson and Miss Crickmay. stood set.
all Ht durk and will finish their match
today. Pollok and Martin played set
all vs. E. T. Pollock und Hruee Ileath-
cote. This must be finished today,
the winners playing in the finals
against ("riddle and Itaker. Ms. Pollock and Mr. Macrae will play in the
linals vs. the winner of the Haines-
Dickson match.
CAPTURE
OF OLIVIER
How Bight Colonials Captured Ceneral
Olivier and 2�� Boers.
London, Sept.   I.���A Queenstown despatch dated yesterday   describes   tlie
dramatic capture  of General   Olivier
during the Boer attack OU Windburg.
Eight Queenstown volunteers Bortied
from the town and took up a position
ina donga through'which the road
passed and behind the Hoer position.
As the Hoers retired through the
dongS in single Hie they were captured and put under the charge
of a couple of men, out of sight, until
the Colonials had captured 28, including General   Olivier   ami   his   three
sons. Two hundred liners were following behind in fairly close order, The
Colonials then began hard volley tiring with the result that they killed
six Hoers ami frightened off the others, who hud no idea of the actual
number in the donga.
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LOCAL  NEWS.
The Australian Comedy Co. havo nr-
ranged   tn play a return   engagement
herd on Thursday   next,    presenting.
"Ills Night out."
At mi.  o'clock  this afternoon  the
lire department waH ealletl to the old
Catholic church on Josephine Street.
Mo damage was done tha alarm being caused hy a burning chiiney.
The city aldermen anil I'.   I',   li. official!   who   attended   the   banquet, at
Grand Forka were royally treated. The
entire party speak In the highest
terms of Mayor Munly's courtesy
to the visitors. Mayor (loodeve and
Acting   Mayor Irvine   l.nd Ihe   honor
of responding to the Waal of their re*
spectivc towns, Kossland and Nelaon,
The delegates from Nelson wish.
through the columns of The Miner, to
thank the ollieials of thc tlrand Forks
smelter for the hospitality   extended,
W a few arrangements have I n
for  sports on   Labor   Day,   A
1 game will   he  played at u:46
veel] two local    team', at    the
grounds.    At eleven o'clock
t  match  will commence be-
PROMINENT LAWYER DEAD.
Winnipeg, Sept.   1���W.    II.    Culver,
Q, c, one of Winnipeg's popular and
Influential lawyers,died this morning.
WEST
VS EAST
New Westminster Today Defeated Champions of
the Wo.ld.
An Exciting Lacrosse Match
at   the    Dominion
Capital.
(SPECIAL TO TIIK MIXER.)
Ottawa, Out., Sept. 1.���The world
famous Capital lacrosse team of Ottawa went down to defeat before the
New Westminsters of liritish Columbia. The game was an exciting one
throughout, being closely contested by
both sides. When the Hritish Columbia team appeared upon the field they
were given an enthusiastic reception
on account 'of tic wonderful record
they have made against the crack
teams of the Kast.
When after fifteen minutes hard,
fast play the Hritish Columbia team
scored the lirst game they were heurt-
lly cheered. Twenty minutes later tho
hull was again passed through the
Cap's goal posts by a New Westminster
player and the score stood two to
nothing in favor of tbe Westerners. It
took fifteen mli o' ^v bard, scrappy
playing for %" ��f*a_j to score
again, but "it^ '    ������������'.nd again ln
twenty mil. m.-.. liiey made the fourth
game giving them a good lead. Fifteen
minutes later tbe Capitals took a
brace and scored their first goal, but
it was too late for when time was
culled a few moments later the score
stood 4 to 1 In favor of New Westminster. Thc Capitals this year won tho
championship of the world so the
liritish Columbia team can be heartily congratulated upon their victory of
today.
WERE WELL
TREATED
Canadians  Who Returned on the Tunisian Have no Complaints.
TELEGRAPHIC,   BK1EFS.
Quebec, Sept.  1.     Premier Marehai
believed to be dying.
SI. Catherines, (Int.. Sepl.   I.    ('apt.
1". A. I.arkin.   a wealthy   contractor,
died this evening, aged   71, from cancer ,,f the throat.
Qusbeo,   Sept   l���The  Allan    line
steamer Tunisian arrived ill port last
evening with 11 Canadian invalided
oldlers aboard.
Montreal. Sept,   1.- -The lumber yard
owned by Alex McLaren, of Buckingham caught the and with several
houses was burned. Thc loss is 930,-
000,
Montreal. Sept. 1. -A. li. Ilarris.for
tnerly traffic manager of the Intercolonial Hallway, has been appointed
general Canadian traffic agent of the
Rutland Railway Co., in immediate
charge of traffic material in Canada,
Ottawa, Sept. I. The ^General-
Commanding the Natal army reports
the following casualties among
Strathcona's Morse:    Severely woun'
ed   951,   Private   I',   v. Hwltzer,
Carheiy, Man.    through   the lung
ll. Tanner,   of   London,   in the
II. ('.   Ulldors,    of    London.    I.
Slightly wounded    It.    Ilamm
Melbourne. Australia, in the i
Private Kellar of the Scion
.in contingent writing to h1
here    says    thai     posttl
there lo all who desire
lake chances In South /
Quebec, Sept. l.���Among the passengers on the S. S. Tunisian from Llv-
erpool, which arrived here at 8:80 las1,
evening were a number of invalided
Canadians from South Africa, among
whom are the following Hritish Co-
lumblans: "A"l.i. Hoyal Canadians,
Private \V. II. Hi king, New Westminster. Fifth Regiment; Private C.
VV. double.Victoria, Fifth Uegiment.
C. A.; Private W. S, Maekie, Vancouver. Fifth Regiment, C. A. Brooking-
was wounded iu Ihe knee while engaged iu the battle ,if Paardeberg anil
was shortly afterwards stricken with
enteric fever. He is still lame from
the etfeets of thc wound, lie and all
the other invalids who arrived on tho
Tunisian speak in high terms of the
treatment accorded them in the hospitals in South Africa and England and
also of their treatment while on tho
steamer homeward bound, lii'oi'kin-
was much   elated   when   Inform
the success of    Ihe    New    W'"
lacrosse    team,    lie   rem"
"They were all right t'
bent any team in I
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Nelson Daily Miner
1). .1.   BEATON,  Editor and  Manager
I.AllOlt   DAY.
li   wus   as an   acknowledgment   of
the dignity and power of labor in the
Dominion that the Government of
the late Sir John Thompson prevailed
,���i Parliament to establish Labor
Daj as,,ue of the regular and permanent     public   holidays.    The   first
M lay of September is   set apart for
its observance, which everywhere in
the Dominion is characterised by a
general suspension of business. Nowhere should it be more loyally observed than in Nelson. Out of respect
for the occasion, as much as for the
prerogative of the evening paper to
observe all legal holidays, there will
be bo issue of The Miner on Monday
next. 	
place In the same boat with the Melanoses. 'The MclnncBcs do not love
Laurier any more than Mr. Martin
docs,and it will be a surprising thing
if the three of them do not openly
proclaim by their acts that they mean
mischief,
The Winnipeg Tribune is closer to
Mr. Martin than any other newspaper
in the Dominion. In a recent issue
it published a long letter from Vancouver, almost every line of which
bears evidence of having been inspired. There is a reference to Mr. Martin, and we do not know that anything is needed to assist in the interpretation of it.     We quote :
"To those who enjoy even   a   little
BARGAIN
*^r\ !_____/ Cr
FOR ONE WEEK
THE    SESSION.
Mr. nunsumir's lirst session as lead
or of the Legislature has been a ered
itable one. It was not intended or
expected that it would be distinguished hy a great volume of legislation,
useful or otherwise. It was an emergency session, rendered necessary by
some rather remarkable circumstances,
with which the intelligent reader is
already familiar. The Province was
left without supplies, and when the
verdict of the people last June put the
control of affairs Into the bauds of
the present Qovernment they resolved
to summon the House to vote these and
to Hike up only such other legislation
as the conditions rendered necessary.
As the session developed, however, il
was found that these latter embraced
a considerable   number  of  measures,
and the list of Hills to whieli His
Honor was asked to give his assent
was fairly respectable in dimensions.
It was si new Qovernment, a new
Legislature, and a new Opposition.
Naturally   (here   ��i      _eh curiosity
to see how each Will |uil    itself.
of the Government ih. conspicuous
feature was its complete grasp of the
situation and its readiness and capacity to face it. It is a business Government of Intelligence,energy, and resolution, and was only a short time in
office when the country was happy In
experiencing a feeling of confidence
that had been long absent. The Legislature has given promise of proving
itself a capable one. It is a decided
Improvement on the last, and in its
composition there is material of a
much superior order of ability lo the
average. The prevailing impression
created by the opposition was one
of surprise at its moderation. With a
leader like Mr. Martin, it was expected there would have been wigs on the
given every day or two; hut the gentleman managed to contain himself,
and now there is tlie glimmering of
a hope that he may yet prove himself
a useful force iu tlle public life of the
Province, of the member for Nelson
it can only be said that he failed, ut*
terlj im.I lamentably, to distinguish
himself, This remark, as his friends
will l�� th,. readiest to admit, applies
even Im his relations with Mr. Tolmie.
even   a
of the confidence   of the   small   inner
ring of the   political   chiefs, it is  becoming daily more certain that highly
important    political     news,    coupled
with thc   name   of   Mr.  Jos.   Martin,
will soon be available for publication.
This much may be   said:    It   is more
and   more   clear   that   if the   Laurier
Government   wish  to   make    sure  of
British   Columbia   or   to have even   a
fighting chance   in the election,   they
must make up their minds to the   undisputed      fact.        Mr.       Martin     is
still   a    power     in     this     Province.
Events   arc in   progress which   prove
that conclusively to all who happen to
be favored with some insight into the
matter.    On   the   basis indicated   thc
prognostication   can   be    made   with
safety that no man  in   this   Province
will exert a greater   influence   iu the
approaching contest than Mr.  Martin.
One cannot   ignore   the fact that Mr.
Mnrtin   obtained   in the late election
for the Provincial   House   the largest
individual vote.     It is useless to deny
that he is for thousands in this   Province the ideal leader; and   no   matter
about that, he actually does wield today a greater   political   inllcnee   than
any other man in   British   Columbia.
Those who   imagine that he is a dead
issue, u back number  here, are imagining a   vain thing.     Not only   is   he
a real living, and very   present   force
amongst   ns,   he   is   the champion   of
ideas   which    are    steadily     gaining
ground in this   western   country, and
which already give abundant promise
of early triumph.     With an admirable
fidelity to principle  (a somewhat rare
quality   amongst    politicians),    with
a manliness in adversity  and with an
unshrinking   confidence   in    the    justice   of the cause he has been lighting
for so many years.it would be strange
indeed   had    not   .lospch   Martin   impressed the   people of this Province as
no   oilier   man   has   ever   done.    Tin
Hritish Columbians are an   exception
ally intelligent people; their estimates
of men   arc   in   the   main   just; prejudice may warp.and misconception of
the facts may Influence their judgment
at lirst, but in   the   end they  are ever
willing to do homage to merit, and to
acknowledge   worth    even   in a   man
whose ideas   are different   from  their
own.    of a surety there is   no man in
liritisli Columbia today   who is better
worth keeping an eve on in the  pending political   developments  than   Mr.
.Ids.  Martin.     If   the   OUtCOll f Ihe
contest prove not the correctness of these hints- it is Impossible in Ihe present stage of operations to give more���then all the signs
are false and the ordinary laws of logical sequence mean   nothing."
There is only one meaning to attach
to this. Mr. Martin may be willing
to throw over the Melnneses and swallow Sifton. but he must be bought to
do it and the price will be a stilt one.
ONLY.
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The End of
The Season
Finds   us   with  a  few   pairs   of    Men's
and Women's Summer Shoes
on hand, and these we have marked down
very low. You may find your size in the
lol if you call early.
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LILLIl;. BROS.
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HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
Hammocks Exactly Half Price
Children's Express Wagons Exactly Half Price
Lacrosse Sticks Exactly Half Price
Autoharps Exactly Half Price
Guitars Exactly Half Price
BaDJos Exactly Half Price
VioliDS Exactly Half Price
Accordeons Exactly Half Price
One Regina Music Box, regular $75 00, at $55 00
One Regiua Music Box, regular  65 00, at  45 00
One Symphonion (with 12 tunes) 50 00, at  25 00
Sewing Machines, regular $55 00, at  35 00
PIANOS .��� ��� ��� -AtSpecial Prices
NELS0N0PERAH0USE
J. E. ANNABLE, Manager.
Farewell Appearance
OF THE
Australian Comedy Company
Direct from the Antipodes.
INCORPOR***' *W��*S7(fc.
WraDDers!
Only five dozen, and good
value at prices marked, $1.35
to $2.50.
BUT
TONIGHT
You   can   take  your
while they last for
choice
1 ul: sAI.K AGAIN.
Mo  on. has yel become greatly im
pressed with tin- Idea that Mr. Joseph
Martin la an   Influential factor in the
politics of    liritisli   Columbia.     He
has friends who would encourage this
'uiAte of  liiui, and no  doubt   frotn
.11 if its truth : but   thai    is a
lias not yet reached,    lie
enough to make him*
Irele of  his own
I mate that  bus
'. and on the
'i has been
-nl to a
he
THEOPERflHOUSE
STORE
Canada Drug 6 Book Co., Limited
The positive assurance of Premier
Dunsmuir that the law establishing
an  eight-hour day   in  metalliferous
mines will be maintained should relieve any anxiety that yet remains in
the minds of the mine workers. They
can now cense from troubling and recall their idle and highly paid vrateh*
ilo(rs. and devote themselves   to   tht'lr
employment in the confident assur-
ance Hint the eight-hour day is safe
from molestation. If they would
permit us to oiler them one word of
advice,   it   would be to guard against
being led by agitators to presume on
what they have already achieved to
make other and more extravagant de-
mandB.     To 1 ne more than    to   the
mine workers themselves is a condition of pence nnd concord desirable,
of   liritish  Columbia   mining it can
truly be snid that capital i-. more
necessary   to   labor    than labor Is   to
capital,    ll Is easy to withdraw capl-
I or lo cease to employ it. hut there
d be much   Inconvenience to   lu-
by any ill advised disturbance a
e put  to  operations,    ll is to
low thai we have reached the
-   troubles,   and   that    u.iue
11   join    wilh    mill,     mini
io I in- most of tin- greal
iii ihe  prosperity of
'cily depends,
guperflous Hair
This is one of the most unsightly, masculine, distressing and humiliating blemishes that anv lady
ofa sensitive disposition can be afflicted with,
THE ONLY CURE
There is but one method by which to rid yourself forever of
this obnoxious growth and that is by Electrolysis (the Electric
Needle process). Therefore ladies troubled with this disfigurement should consult a Specialist, one who docs nothing else,
and who is trustworthy. 1 he manager of thc Chicago Electrolysis Co. is at present in Nelson at the Hume Hotel and is prepared to consult with and treat those affected.
ROOM  15,   HUME HOTEL.
u
By Special request they
will present
SAPHO."
75
SPECIAL PRICES:
Cents,  50 Cents  and  25
Cents.
75  CENTS.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAH
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   G.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
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STOVES
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P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, H. C.
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon. Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orderi by mall to any branch will have careful r*4 sromot attention.
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FRESH      EGGS      FRESH
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Arriving dally ol KI UK PATRICK & Wilson's.
Guaranteed sui.tly Fresh Ranob Kggs.
35c Per Dozen.
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REHEnuER   THE   PLACE:
KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
(Bums' Old Str<id.)
Telephone 10. p o Box. K and W
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H0lL��0l_.L,AND,lfilp��� Buiiymt ipn
RATES
By thc week from $5 to $d.
By the day *i.oo.
J, V. O'LAUGHLIN, 1
WANTED
���11
Ifiifi
Two cars just unloaded.    We have a
nice assortment of
Stool Ranges and Hot Blast
Heating Stoves.
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M'LACHLAN   BROS.
Limited
SUCCESSORS   TO
Vancouver  Hardware Co.,
Baker Street, Nelson.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
Capital i*hI<i*iii xti,tix.-,,o70.<x> 1 im ��i,;oo,ooo._
Rminl or  IMrrrtorHi   ThOrau K.Kenny,   President;   Thomas Kitchlc, ViooProsldi.il
Wiley Smith, H. U. llanld, lion. II. It. Fuller, M.I...., Hon. David MuoKecn.
Dead onicc, Ualtrnxi
Qoncrnl Miumgor, BdbOl) I.. Pease, Montreal.
Hnpcrinlenileni of Hrunchos. nnd Secretary, W. It, Toi.anco, Halifax
Inspeotor, v.* V. Ilroek, Halifax.
luspcclol I). M. Stewart, Montreal.
Brana_.es!
Nwva Hinlla-Halifax llranch, AnLlgonisli, Hridgownter,Qiiysbot.. Londonderry, _uno_bnr_
Mallliind (HnnlH Uo.|, HOtOU, I'nrl. Hawkonbury, Sydney. ShubeniU'Julie, Truro Weymouth'
Blew llriiilnwlck���llalhiir.l, Dorchester, Frederlrlon, KliiKHton (Kent Co.l, Moncton, Newcastle,Hnckvlllo, Woodstook, I". _. IhIiiihI���ChurlotleUnvn, Huuiniorside. Quebec���Montreal
(City Oflice), Montreal. West Knil (Cor. Noire Dame and BolKnours SlreetH); Wostmount, (Cor
Greene Avenue and St. CatharineH  Street.   Ontario���Ottawa,   V mi Ilnnd   _|  John'*
< ������������ii. went tadlei���Havana, United.tales���New York im Kxchuugo l'luco) Houuolie wash
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
..rtTHpoiiileiit*. 1
(nuniln- Merchant* Punk of Canada.   Ilimlnii-Nalionnl Shnwmiit ltank.   Chicago��� America
National Hank.   *nn Francisco���First National Hank,   l.m.l,,,,, Kim.. Hank of Scotland
Purl*., Friiiicr   Credit I.vnnnuts.   Hininiila   Hank of Bermuda,   China uml Jnnan   Hoi,J
Kong and Bnangbal Honking Corporation, **
Ueneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bou_h<
and Sold, Utters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Acr.nunlH received 011 the most favorable teima.    Interest allowed on special
deposits uml 011 Saving Hunk accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
I^ooi)is ai)d Offices lo _^ei>i
Apply   io   Ihe
sharpener,    Thre<
for   milk   ranch
��� ilium 1. Laborers,
ct��� Baker St
Pslelsoi) Electric TraijiWai) Co.
Corner Josephine ��n���� Vernon Streets.
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Corner Baker and Stanley HI reels
NELSON, B. C.
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson A Fort
Sheppard R'v,
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
nil points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting al Spokane with
Great Notthern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R, & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson with steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at  Meyer's  Falls  with
stage daily for Republic,   and  connects at Bossburg with stage  daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Lkave. Dny Train. AiiatvK.
10.815 n.m Spokane 7:10 p.m,
12:05 p. m Hnselnnd 5:30 p.m.
9:30 n, m Nelsou 8:00 p.m.
Night Train.
9:45 p.m Spokane 7 :05 b.m:
11:00 p.m Hosslaud 6:80 u.m.
H, A. JAOKSON, O. P. St T.A.
Spokane Wasb
O. K. TAOKABURY,
Agent, Nelson, B.O
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle,
UNION MADE.
NELSON, 11, O.
8T. JOSEPH'S SOHOOL
Nki_ion n. 0. ^
A Boarding nnd liny Bchool OODdOOteofJ
lho Sisters of at. Joseph or Poaoo.   It'"",(,
a tod at the oorner ot MID arifi JosepMno Miwjf
in ono of iho hunt residentinl portion".""'.i.
non, and Ih eui'lly accessible from a'1 '"'
of lho elty. .    ,,Q������,n.
Tho course of stud. Inolndoa u><'ry"iCi_
tal anil higher hranchoH of 11 thorn"*' '-"f,m,
iiililoiUlon. Mu.lnoHH cnnrno��� n"��t kl, lin.o
Stenography and Typewriting,  *' ''���t'luin.
���Mario, Vocal  and   In��lrln    J/', ���1C.
oto.-Philn and An ' 'al **"""
eto*
For terms nc'
Buperlor. Nelson Dailv Miner,  Saturday   Evening.' September t, 190&
NEW CODE OF
MINE SIGNALS
Tho covornment Will Endeavor to Establish un Uniform Code of
Mine  Signals.
Mr. John A. Turner,'the Qold Commissioner, lias Issued an autograph
letter to the managers of mines announcing thnt the Minister of .lines
has Informed him that, at tho nexl
session of the Legislature, the .Minister will recommend that the tlovorn*
ment introduce a bill establishing a
uniform code of signals to bo used In
nil the mines In the Province. Mr,
Turner lias forwarded with oaeh letter
a copy of a code now in use in Montana, whieli he luis been lustruoted to
confer upon with the mine managers
anil to forward any suggestions thoy
make to the Minister of .lines. The
code in question is an excellent one
and IsJ giving great satisfaction
where it is being used. Mr, Turner
will be glad to hear from all the managers of mines In the district if they
have any suggestions to make In connection with the mutter.
BRIEF LOCALS.
Allan line Bteamer Tunisian wns
due at Quebec at IS p. m. vest)'' day.
Heaver line steamer Mountport, In
ward bound, passed Capo Magdalen al
S a.m.   yesterday.
Mr. ,1. T. I IU-kim'tt who was operated upon yest'iday at the (leneral
llilspital ia doing very well today.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church will meet at the vestry room of the Presbyterian Chnrch
on Monday afternoon at :i o'clock.
There was only one bid, that of tin'
vendor, al the auction sale of the
Houston Hloek ibis morning, and no
sale was effected. The vendor's bid
was 8��5,000.
The Miner newsboys will play a
game of baseball with The Tribune
newsboys on Monday, They played a
game this morning whieh resulted in
a victory for The Miner's boys.
In addition to those merchants who
have already announced in the columns of The Miner their intention to
dose on Monday, the Thompson Stationery Company has also decided to
close its   store on Labor Day.
"Self Control" will be the subject
of Uev. Win. Monroe's sermon iu the
Opera Mouse on Sunday evening. The
music for the evening will be: Baritone solo. "One Sweetly Solemn
Thought." by Mr. Thompson; mixed
quartette, "Jesus Lover of My Soul;"
instrumental voluntary by Miss Wilson.
Itev. P. II. McEwen of Westminster
will conduct both services at the
baptist Church tomorrow. Mr. Me-
Lwen is the superintendent of the
baptist Missions in this district, and
arrived in Nelson this morning to
look after matters in connection with
this division. "The Wonderful Love"
will be his subject at the morning
service and in the evening' he will
preach on."A Young Man's Mission. "
The shouting season opened today
and several parties of Nelson sportsmen have gone out to try their luck.
The season i.s now open for grouse,
duck, deer over twelve months, mountain sheep and other game indigenous
to the Kootenay country. Those wbo
contemplate shooting trips would do
well to study thc game laws before
starting and so avoid any unpleasant
complications that may arise from the
unlawful killing of any game. Duck
arc reported to be plentiful at Kootenay Landing, and deer are snid to be
found in the region of Kokanee and
tlrohman Creeks and along the S. 9.
and N. It. R,
The third performance of the Australian Comdcy Co. at which "His
Night Out" and a burlesque on "Sapho" were produced was   one   of   the
most enjoyable  entertainments  ever
Witnessed at the Nelson Opera House.
The members of the conipany were
'ally   at   home   in   their     respective
part.. Mr.Townshend as Sam Selwyn,
Mr. Cochrane as Frederick Itcllainy.
Mr. Ward as Dlbbs, Mr. .I ones as
lloseo Itlithers, Miss Elliott and Miss
Corcoran were especially good and
"ell merited the frequent applause
witli Whioh their efforts were greeted.
toe other members of the company
gave good support. The burlesque on
"Sapho" was most laughable and
those who had witnessed the production on Wednesday night thoroughly
enjoyed It. Mr. Ward was excellent
a* Flamont and Mr. Jones as .lean and
Mr. Tinvnshenil as Sapho could hardly
have been Improved upon. The Australian Comedy Conipany leave Nelson
With inure friends behind them than
"hy other company that has ever appeared in this city. They have been
just as excellent as their advance no*
t 'i��e�� promised they would be and this
"a record of which tbey may well be
P'ond, Tonight they will again pros*
"M "Saph,," all(| N|���,���|,| i,avi, ��� bum*
P fBfuse, it iN possible the company
'Pear in Nelson again nexl
"'ght on their way cast
id    present    "Ills
EJ'fi^w
. BBS?
CREAM
Used in Millions of Homes���40 Years the
standard. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder,
Superior to every other known. Makes
delicious cake and pastry, light, flaky biscuit,
griddle   cakes ��� palatable   and   wholesome.
PRICE   RAKING POWDER   OO.,
CHICAGO.
NoTt:.���Avoid baking powders made from
alum. They look like pure powders,
niul may raise the cakes, but alum
is n poison and no one can eat food
mixed with it without injury to health.
REPORT PROM   ROBERTS.
WILL 00   TO  BISLEY.
lie is llradually Clearing the   Country
of the Enemy.
Lonilon. Sept. 1. Lord Roberts,
under dale of llelfast, August 31, reports to the War Oflice as follows:
"Buller telegraphs from Helvetia
that only a few of enemy are there
and tbat this morning French's, and
Pole-Carew's forces will move on their
Hank. The advance of Dundonold's
mounted troops on tbeir front caused
tbem to abandon a very strong position.    The country thus   cleared,   our
ti I's   moved   eastward.    The   South
African Light Horse, after little opposition, entered'Watervalhoven and
drove    the   remnant   of    the enemy
tbrongh the town.
"French's column   reached  Dortzu*
els.   overlooking  Watervalellder.    witb
slight opposition. Dundonald with
Strathcona's Horse ts further north,
near Nooitgedaebt. Wc have occupied Watervalhoven and Watervalender.
Iluller reports that Nooitgedaebt is
apparently deserted except by the
liritish prisoners, who are passing in
a continuous stream up the line towards Watervalender. No Hoers are
risible. The natives report that Kruger and all the commandos left yesterday for Pilgrims' Rest. French reports the railway inlaet as far as
Watervalender except for a small
bridge north of the station, which
lias been destroyed. "
The following despatch was also
received at the   War Ollice   from Lord
Roberts:
"Belfast. Aug. 31, -About ins liritisli prisoners released al Noottgcdaehl
have reached f'rcneh and Pole-Carew.
They are badly clothed and sonic
arc said to be half starved. Ambulances are picking up many of tlie
sick and weakly ones. Tbe olllcers are
reported to have been taken to liar*
berton. Some of them escaped, including the Karl of Leitrim and Viscount Ennlsmoro. 'Ihe prisoners report thai Kruger, Steyn. Uotha, Lucas Meyer and Scballiurgcr left Nooitgedaebt. August '.".'. for Nelsprult,
L'ho Hoers seem to be scattering."
may
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froi
I
A FIREMAN DROWNED.
Owen Sound. (Int.. Sept. I���John
Mackenzie, a marine fireman, who
made his home here, was drowned oil
the steamer Joe Milton, in Wiarton
Harbor, before daylight yesterday
morning, lu putting up a gang-plank
he unconsciously stepped oil' the
boat, lie only came lo the surface
once and in the darkness it was im
possible to render liim aid. Mae
kenzie was unmarried  I about 315.
BHIPPERS MEET,
Toronto, Sept. I. At a meeting of
the Ontario apple shippers here yesterday a number of   prominent   ship
pels pledged     themselves     not   lo    sllip
inferior fruit, anil agreed that each
exporter shall mark bis packages with
his mime and grade of fruit,
Pour    British   Columbia    Men  Win
Places on 1001   lllsley Team.
Ottawa. Sept. I, In the llnebau
grand aggregate al the II. R. A.
matches yesterday, the first twenty of
which compose the Bisley team for
next year. British Columbia has three
members, namely: Gunner Plemtng,
ll. IL A.. Inoivc modal and $10, score.
4051 Sergeant Bodley. 94. score 450j
Sergeant .Major Richardson, 80, score
458;, Sergeant Major .Mellougall won
with a score of 140 but is the last
man. 05th, in the grand aggregate
list. All four arc of the Fifth Regiment Victoria.
In the "tyro" match open only to
those who have made the highest aggregate scores in Bakers. Minister of
Mllltla, Klrkpatrlch and Walker
matches, Colonel Sergeant M. E, Mellougall. Fifth Regiment, C, A., won
910, witli a score of 332, In the Oov-
ernor-Ueneral's lirst stage, C, S. M.
W. II. Lewis and Gunner Fleming, of
Fifth Regiment, each made a score
of '.��T out of a possible 105. Ser-
geant T, A. Bradley and Sergeant
.Major Richardson of the same Regiment scored respectively 00 ami 04
in the same match. The ranges were
tit 300,500 aud 1,000 yards.
SITUATION IN GLASGOW,
The    Plague   Outbreak   there   is Now-
Well  iu  Hand.
Glasgow, Sept. 1. -Past Assistant
Surgeon A. II. Thomas, of tbe United
States .Marine Hospital service, who
is now in this city, will Investigate
tlie bubonic plague outbreak here and
take all necessary precautions in regard to outward bound vessels.
There has been no increase ill the
number of eases of plague in thc city
anil no undue alarm as to the spread
of the disease is felt.
The authorities arc acting with
promptitude and nre confident of eon-
lining the outbreak within its present scope.
SHUTS THE  BLAME.
Norwich, out.. Sept. L���Sir Richard
Cartwrlght   was  again   re-nomlnatcd
by the South Oxford   I .i ber.'l Is    for   tlle
fort I mlng   general    elections.     Tlie
Minister of Trado and Commerce, in response lo au address tendered bim.
Intimated that the general election',
would tako place within the next
eight months,  lie attributed the   rea*
s f the   large   expenditure   of   tlie
Liberal   administration    I"    the    large
bills Incurred by the Conservative Government prior to 1800 whieli had to be
met In  tlie Liberal administration.
Montreal. Sept. I. Tin; SI. Anns
cotton mills al Mai.sonneuve.a siiburb-
,,f this city, were damaged by lire
lasi nig. ll i" the extent of .50,000,
Wholesale  Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
rpHOHPK & CO. l.iiiiltcd-C.l'ucr Vermin
JL and Uudur _t.recls, Nelsun���Miiniifiiclur-
OrriOf nnil wholesale tteulors ill ncrnled waters
uud frull syrups. Suhi agents fur IliUcyun Hot
Springs niiner.U water.   '1 clcphuno 1HJ.
V KbSIlN SODA WATKIl KAltTOHY-
__. N. M. Ciunniiiis, Lessee���Kvery known
variety of soft drinks, I'll Box as. Telephone
No. 31, Hoover ..ii'ci't, Nelson,   Bottlers of tlie
f.illluus at, Leon llui .Springs Mineral Water.
ARCHITECTS
f)A__t_ MACDONALD (It. Cane, .nines
*_J    A. Alaeiloiinlili   Architects and supcrin-
u'1.";.',"-"' I"'ukc',l ,llin tUoolt, cornur linker ami
Ward sii.uis, .xulson.
CIUARS
K"U0T_:N_._ (T_Ali MANUFACTtlltING
__.V UO.���Manufacturers of the Hoyal Seal
unit Koolenny Hi lie Cigars. Factory und
ollice, llakui- street, Nelson.
commission MERCHANTS
HJ. KVANS A CO.���Bakor struct, N'ul-
��� son���W holesalo dealers in lniuors, cigars, rtaiieiit,, lire brick and llru cluy. Water
pipu uml rtuul rails,and gaueral commission
nit-reliiints.
FilUITS AND CONFECTIONERY
J     A. _.1']>(_NAU) -Miulil.;n Ulock, Nulson -
���   l''ru|is, too oroaui* "U. B." chocoluLos,
high clasri oouteotlor-ery.   loo CroulU Parlors.
GRAIN,  HAY AND CEUKALS
IJltACKMAN-Kh-R MILLING CO., Lm-
> tVh0tU8t_le Ulllt ivi.ul iloi.lur-. Ill tfli Ul),
hay, flour, lood. Mills at Victoria, Now \VoriL-
miiiKtcr; l.tiiuonUui, Allu. _i_luvttiurH on (Jal-
gury antl hihnoiiLun Railway*  Muuufaoturors
ot tho oolobrutod ti. A K. brand coreuln.
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD & Co.-Corn(jr Kront
��� nmi Dull a.roo.s���\. holtmUu grocora
ami jobbers In bliinkelH, kIoyuh, mills, hoots,
rubbers, iiiiiokiiiuws unit UJinors' sundries.
LUMBER
\TKLtiON HAW AND  PLANING MILL-
_i_l Ullloo corner Hull and front .Si.roeU,
Nelson���Lumber, OOtlttJjff*, Mooring, und every
tiling In wood for building purposes. Uot our
prices.   Corrottpoiidunoe sohcHed.
FRESU AND SALT MEATS
ij   llUKNd A Co.���Baker Street,  NoNon-
���   Wholesale deulers in fresh uud cured
iuoat_.   (.old Storage.
WK3T   KOOTKNAY    BUTCHER   CO.-
Daker SlreeL, Nelson-Wholesalo deulers in fro .h und cured meutn.
HARDWARE & MININU   SUPPLIES
IAWUKNCK HARDWARE CO - Ilukor
_J btreet, Nolson ��� Wholesalo dealaiS in
hardware, minors' supplies, sporting goods,
otc,
M'LACHLAN BROS. (SuecessorH to Vancouver Hardware Co, Ud.jiiukorritrooL,
Nelson��� U bolcsale dealers in hardware and
mining supplies plumbers' und tinsmiths' supplies. 	
NKLSON   HARDWARE!   CO.- Wholosalo
paints, oils nud Kit. as; mechanic.,   tools.
Agents toi Ontario Powder Works; dynamite
EJQUORS AND DRY GQODS
riiUUNKK, BKKTON & Co.-Corner Vornon
X und Josephine Streets, Nolson��� Wholesale deulers in liquors, bigars, and dry goods.
Agents for l'.ilist Browing Co, of Milwaukee
and Calgary Browing Co or Calgary.
11
UDSONS HAY Co. -Wholesale groceries
uml liquors etc., linker Streot, Nelnon.
(CALIFORNIA WINK CO., Limited-Corner
J    Front und  Hall Streets, Nelson���Whole-
Bale deulers   in   wines  lease  und   hulk), and
iluiii-"; 11 and imported cigars.
PROVISIONS,   PRODUCE & FRUITS
TY. GI.IFFIX k CO.   Cornor Vornon nnd
���   Josephine   Streets,   NoIhoii ��� Whole.uio
dealers In proviiiions, cured mouts, bolter und
OggB.
Lhijiber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Hough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles,
Mouldings. Sash Doors.
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber*
Mill ..tPILOTBAY. Yard*, NKLSON
und LAKDO,
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD.
EVERY   DAY
���AT TI IE-
CLUB HOTEL.
Big Schooner
Heer or Hnlf-iiml-Half ouly
10c
ALWAYS FKKSll AND COOL
The only good Beet in Nelson.
('or. Sluill.)'nnd Hlllcii Streets.
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GAS!     GAS!     GAS!
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THE CHEAPEST  LIGHT!
THE  BEST LIGHT!
THE SURE LIGHT!
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READY   FOR  USE EVERY  HOUR   IN   THE DAY
AND EVERY  DAY  IN   THE   YEAR.
���������.������..���>���>
WE would like to give you an  estimate on the cost of putting in gas at
your house  or  place of business.    Call   and  ask   questions  and  get
figures.
LADIES! Ybu have perhaps heard the malicious report circulated by
certain people that plants cannot he kept where gas is used. This i.s
absolutely untrue, as we can prove to you at any time. Call and see our
GAS STOVES AND HEATERS.    They are just what you need.
���������������>���>.���
Nelson Coke St Gas Co. Ltd.
Office: Baker Street, Near Stanley.
,-ltX    -ff*��*ftTTTTTT'.TT        +        ;.ttt'Tt
I have just received
one of the largest
consignments of
Havana
Cigars
Ever received in this
city. You'll have to
hurry or they'll all be
gone.
Plaijers   NaViJ   Cut
All Tobacconists Keep It.
Wholesale Agents:
Turner Beeton& Co:
Nelson, B. C.
I have now in shirk a line
ul' all cliisaeH of
TWEEDS, WORSTEDS
and SERGES.
Special Line of Tweed Suitings at $25.
E. SKINNER,
Successor to Fred J. Squire*
F.J. SQUIRE. MANAGER
fa*
V/e Have Sold 75 Per Cent of All the
_. ._   ...
#    Portland Cement
fa
#. Fire Brick, Fire Clay
and Sewer Pipe
21! tJ'ed in the Kootenay
ok Just Received���Oarload
fa    Dominion Ale and Porter
TiT (la pints and quarts)
n
��.
Dominion  White   Lahkl  Ale
THURMAN
The Tobacconist.
81LVER KING MIKE
Will piiy the highest ctmh price for oil
kinds of seoond huml Roods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, carport*,
r*i_    s">ir___._>      i. i0ookiu(* utensils, bought  in household
fcl)    CUkKAN.    "TOD  qnantities.      Also   oast   off   clothinjr.
Oall and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 200. Hall
Street. Nelson. P. (3.
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine I
Heer and I'oitc*
DROP IN  AM) HK
Melso
W.    RE1NHARD,   M. D.
(IENERAL   PRACTICE.
cclplty:   Eye, Ear and Nose.
���:   linker Street) near .Y_ternIIv
Hull.   Telephone No   ll.
*}{> This Is the finest Ale brewed in Cantu''
Dominion   Bulk   Ale
Teacher's  Scotch   Whisky
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I        H. J. EVANS &
NELSON,  K. <'.
Hugh R. Cameronc
Insurance Agent and Broker.
Pnlloy Writing Olllee for the .lv
Knit': Inburanch Company ok '
I'lillll Hud Ihe  I'tlNSKt Till T  P
HfHANCl')  Oo.MI'ANV OF   II'
MONEYS"LO
.Straight   Mortguge,   ul
Wanted   Molly (in
(leneral   Agenl   for
l.ll'K   Assc 1
WANTKI)   For I
trnl    lots  suit
(pints and quints)
IU   15-fpt'' mm
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Nelson  Dailv  Mineh,  Saturday  Evening,  September  t, 1900.
nOCAL AND   PERSONAL
N'o arrangements have been  made
for the reception of Lord ami l.uilv
Minto to Nelson as no word has yet
been received from them lo regard to
tin- imitation sent tbem to visit, the
citv.
Aaron 11. Kelly today made the lie
al payment of (Hi000 on the May and
Jennie property on 40-C.colt  which he
bonded last fall   tt    the controlling
parties,   W,   A.    Arnold,   Manchester
ling., lobe Patterson, Nels nd   .1,
Campbell, Kaslo.
in regard to the elootrlc light dam
Engineer McCuIloch said this morn
Ing: I have not given up all hopes
,,f wholly abandoning the old dam.
In my roport I will point out the cost
of repairing and making the old dam
substantial and also the cost of build
Ing ;i now one. Thero will bo a considerable expense attaohed to either
proposition."
Hew S. cleaver. M. A..accompanied
by hi* wife .and daughter, arrived in
Kelson last night. Mr.; Cleaver is
well known In I!. C. having been for
four years pastor of the Metropolitan
Methodist Church, Victoria. He is
now stationed at tlraee Church, Winnipeg and has been spending a couple
of months renewing old friendships
at the i oast.     lie will preach    in    the
Methodist Church this city on Sunday
evening.
In connection with tho Rossland
Labor Day celebration, a single fare
rate will be available on the C. r. li.
at Slocan City. Nelson and intermediate points tomorrow and Monday.
Tickets will be good to return until
September ith. An entertaining celebration at Rossland will bo carried
out. Siinnyside track will be opened
tomorrow with an interesting race
programme, and on Monday numerous sports will be conducted,
...        '
We
.You'll Have to Hurry..
g| If you are to get one of Martin O'Reilly & Co.'s swell Suitings or Skirl Lengths.   They arc going
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[Uickly.   Only a few of them will be left it' the rush continues and the weather keeps cool.
SUITINGS
The  very
blue,
latest in   Broadcloths,   Amazons,
54 inches wide, to go at	
Venetians, Covert Cloths and Homespuns, in shades of gray, brown, fawn and
 $ 1.50,$2.00and$2.50 per yard
SKIRTINGS
Plaid Skirtings, good colors and pretty patterns, 3^ yards to a Skirl Length, at  $4.25, 5.O0, 7,00, and 10.00 a length
YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY.
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HOUSTON   BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.--TERMS   CASH.
���$&$&W$_��$��^'WW'W'W4
?A<*
*H__*M__
A   NIGHT   OF   TERROR.
"Awful   anxiety wns felt for th
widow of tbe brave (ieiiernil limlumi
of Miu'liins, Mn., when tho dootoi
suid she conld not live tin  morning,"
writes Mrs. S. 11. Lincoln, who Attended hor thut fearful night. "All
thought *he must soon din from PneU*
inonlB, bnt she begged for Dr. Elng'i
New Discovery, nny ing lhat it bnrl
mom thun one. Baved her life, ;in<l b.id
oured her of Consumption. Aftei
tbtee small doses she sl-nt, easily nil
night, and its further Die oomplelely
cured her."   Thie marvelous medioiie
is gnmanteed tn euro all Throar, t'lnst
and l.ung l)isens*s. Only 60o and $.1,
Trial bottles free at Canada Drug &
Book Store.
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
fifing chicken and all the delicacies
of the season served tn you when you
vi-ir Florence Park lintel at Rohcrts'
Hanoi), two and a half miles up the
rivor.   W. A*. Roberts, proprietor.
'h!,UE RIBBON TBA IS DE_I0I0U8.'
Patenaude Bros.
Manufacturing Jewellers and
Engravers.
We are now prepared to make anything in the lino of Jewelry, Btich aa
Kings, l'ins. Ohalns, Lockets, Seals,
c le. Send us old jewelry and we will
remodel or make it up in now and
up-to-date st vies.
We buy Did gold and silver.
Patenaude Bros.
NELSON"  B.T..
H. & M. BIRD
Ay.nls lor Burtkfl  rtlncrol Wool anil
Asbestos   Co.
Insurance r.o. or North America. Mutual Life
Insurance Co., of New York. Quebec
i ire Assurance Oo.
RI \l, ESTATE, MONEY TO LOAN,
FOR'SALE.
llulldlnR loin and Residences In till
parts ol tin ( in ami tho Hume
Addition.
FOR ItENT.
Two Story House, six   rooms,   fum*
imI complete, "ii (Ibsorvatory   street
��� ' ho   Tram   Line.    835.OU   per
.....
I.oils
polities    Ore,
'ias friends \"
'mAte of  h
in   Park  street,
130 per month.
m ol its tiT* fJO.
luis not    i  barrol of
" bisi  niul
eliollg
try   nnr
GARS.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
and
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALA0E DINING ANDrOBSERVATIOv"l ���j> Lv
OAfiS.-MEALS ula CARTE.
Close connect ion Kast and Westbound at Spokane wilh trains of the
train* of t be Spokane Kails and North*
ecu Kuilway,
Direct connection nl St. I'aul without change of depot, witli all trains for
Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a.m
Leaves Sjioknnu daily tor West at 7:45 p.m
W'esi-liound trains make direct con
 -lion   for   Victoria   and   Vuncouver
Portland, Han Francisco, and all points
on tho 8 d.
During t he season nf navigation Easl
bound trnins connect it Diiluth with
IhemagnillccDl steamships North West
and Noil b-Lflnd of I ho Northern .SU.im-
ship Company Line, operated in con*
tiieiiiui with tlie (iicat Northern ltail-
Kay.
Kor further Information, maps, fold-
"is, etc.. apply lo an}' agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Ry., Kaslo It Slocan
Ry . Kootei ai Railway ft Navigation
t '<>., or lo
F. I. WHITNEY.   II. A. JAOKSON,
(oul Pass, ft Tkt. Agt,   Oom'clAgt.
Bt. I'aul, l\lin        Spokane. Wash
Soo Line
FAMOUS
lijiperia.     Liijiited
SERVIOE
East   and   West
First ('lass Sleepers on all trains from
Arrowhead and Kootena. Lam uno
Tourist Oars pass Medicine Hut
luily for St. Paul: Saturdays for
Montreal and Boston : Mondays and
Thursdays for Toronto. Same cars
pass Revelstoke oue (lay earlier.
CONNECTIONS.
Nelson Ar 10:88
Nelson Ar I8t.fi
Morntog train daily for aud from
ltosslaml, aud for Revelstoke, main
line and l'ucilic Coast.
Afternoou trnin duily for and from
Itossliilid. aud from Revelstoke, main
dne    and    1'acillc   ('oast,   and    daily
except Sunday) for and from Boundary poiuts.
7:80 l.v I �� i   ��� i        Ar 10:80
tKxS.m) [ Nelson j (Bx Bun)
For aud from Sandon, Slocan points.
Kevelstoke, niaiu line and Pucillc
Coast.
Kootknay I.akk Kahlo Houtk.
(KxSim)     Str Kokanee     (Kx Sun)
10:00 Lv Nelson Ar llKNj
Saturday lo Argenta aud return,
leiiviiiK Kaslo at _<l:_l)���.
Kootknay Hivkh Kopte.
Daily    Stis Movie and Nelson     Daily
ii::��l l.v Nelson Ar 2_��)
Connects at Kootenay Landing wilh
Crow's Nest Line trnins
MISCELLANEOUS
A.t \.��� 11 i . i,11��� 111 . 11,.-1 ���.-.i under this hoad nl
tho rat*, of ono coal a word por iiiMii'lion. No
advortleoniont taken for loss lliau '25 oonln.
FOR RENT���Bight roomed house on
cornei' of Vernon and Park Sis. Apply
to A. M. Mcintosh. Royal Hotel.
FOK RENT���Furnished rooms.   Good
attendance.    Second   door   east   of
Cily Mall.
FOB  SALE ��� Seven-roomed  house,
with  modern   conveniences.    Ym-
Dished.     Rents   for   _V)   per  inontli.
Apply Mr. Johns, Hoyal Motel.
WANTED���Position as housekeeper
by English widow lady with little
girl. A good home gveater consideration than Hillary. References exchanged. Address R. A. Klliott, Hex 250,
Nelson.
FIRST   CLASS   room   and   board  in
private family, |6.60 and tu.   Table
board  it.   Oarbonate Street,   second
house east of Josephine.
KOR    SALK   CHEAP���Large   house
and 10 acres opposite Nelson.    F'owl
house.     Running  water.     Apply O.
Newling,   linker Street.
HAMMOCKS
PRICES  S1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
 Nelson.   B. C.	
I i��c>^tV��*A^^t>>M^t>>tM^vv����^^^t'^^t^rwi^i^rW��>V^ wyvvvv.
C.W.WEST & CO.
Coal and  Wood.
Ageutn Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's   Nest   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,     -     -    $9.65
DELIVERED.
No order can be accepted  unless
accompanied by cash.
Office Corner Hall ami  Haker Streeta.
TK__1.I0NK SS.
NOTICE.
Ij.nsuANT lo the "Orodltom'Trust Doodi
Act." and Amending Acts, nnd tho Tru
Act, Secuntu X) to sti
CAVEATS,TRADE MARKS,
COPYRICHTSANDDESICNS.
(Band ronrbntlnsMdlrvc. to w.mhinirton
finvet time
.t* i< U| bt'itiT \Wtvtt
8. P .t��it Offlc..    PJ
try MAmtriKtlnni ra.de.   Atty'i fee not dui
My nfflr. c] .i. lo F 8. P .tent Offlc..    FREE pr.llmlu-11
ry examltiAtloni made.   Ally's fee not due until patent
lli.ru. i-d.   mietONAL ATTF.MTIOr. IIIVF.H    HVrARH   '
1ACTDAL LXrtltlEHCE. Dock "How to obUln Patent*
etc.. sent fre��.   Patents procured throuxh E. O. Klugin }
r I al   notlie.   without  tharge,   In   the
5 ret el TB   spec
INVENTIVE   ACE
5tllu._tr-.t_il ir.ipiitl.ly   r.lrv.i.tli yrar   terms, 91. ���> ye*r.'
E.G.SI&GERS,
��� - ^wv*v*-*% * V* * *
year terns, |l. �� ye*r,
Late ol C. A. Snow A Co.
918 F St., N. W
WASHINGTON,  D. C
beofl' and Kxeouton
IoqIubIvo
NoUootti hereby Rlvoti thai f, or admlnlstni-
torof IbeeNtateof ThomitH Klehan_fion, tn hta
lifcUmo nf DIoctUewaot, In tho Comity of
Kootonay, hotel keeper, docefutod, havo niod in
thu Vancouver HeKfoiryof Lho Bupremo uonri
of British Colombia, a doojaratlon Llrnt tlie
Mi'd estate is b>ufflcienl for tho payment In
full of (ho debtH und li.ibihlii.r-, uf lho snid
ThnniHt. KiohanUon,
All pecHoiiK liavint; cluims n^ainst thoeslaU.
of ihe said 'I'homa.s KtotuvdeOO, who have nol-
alreadv lllrd with me full parliculars of iho
name duly roriflod, together with the parttou-
lars of Hooorities, if any, held hy thom. are
reqolrod to do so before the l^t day of October
noxt.
Notice is hereby further given tbat after the
l.i day of October next the ndmlnlHtrator, as
Kor  rates, tlOkell  nnd  full iDionna-1 truBtce, will proceed todi-irihiiLi. the proeeedfi
of the iniii estate among the partios entitled
thereto, having regard only to the claim*, of
whioh he then has not ice. snd thai ho will not
Im? liable for tlie proceeds of Llio trust estate, or
any ii'ii I t hereof. so distributed, to any porsoil
of whose claim he hail nol notice at the time of
thedf-trihiiiioii
Not
credit
be held in lho Court Mouse nt Fort Bloolu
B.Cm on Monday, the 'Jltli day of September,
A. D* 1600, at the hour of one o'clock in the
afternoon,
Dated at  PortSteole, B. 0,. this 13th day of
August, A.I). I!��ip.
J. K. ARMSTKOKO,
ofiiriul Administrator,
bloti apply to Depot or ('ity Agent
Nelsun, H. ("
E. J. COYLK.
A  O. P. Aum.r,
Vurr* .ver
W. Y. ANPER80K,
Trav. 1'iuw. Agoi b
DRINK
BE)
BEER
THE BEST
KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
OurFroab Rousted Ooffee Beit of
tOunlily. ms follow, :
Java and Arabian Moohn. por pound $ 40
Jara and Mochn lllond. 3 pound,   loo
. in,' Bantofl, I DoundK      loo
-nn111- Blond. ,'i piiiiniU   i i*i
'lur   .--[..-������' .!HI "ii'l. il piuili-*  1 i��.
lur Kin luxml, fl pound*  1 oo
a Tin u, on iii ii Miuctnnti
Sai.kkuimi.mh :
)OORS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOCK.  W. BAKER ST.
���SON.
B. C.
Anheuser-
Busch
Sl. Loliis
ager
lUools horoby idvon thataraoetingof tho
itors of the MUQ Thomas Richardson will
BUY
HUME   ADDITION
LOTS.
GAMBLE   Si  O'REILLY
AGENTS.
��*AArVWAA^A*AV^^^A_M^^^WWvVVvvv��VWVVVVVvyii
THE
Bank of
Britisli Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
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To ho had wholesale nl X�� .nun.
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iii comtnenO-i 8r_
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SR. SUPERIOR.
l{.    P.    Rithel    &
Co., LuL
A. B. GRAY, "������''"���r st������ Nl'lM"
Kootenay Agent.
A. R. BARROW, a.m.i. o.e
Provincial   Land   Surveyor.
Oorner Viotoria nnd Knotutny SU. I
P. O   Box N59. Telephone No.   i.
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ry Goods Store
KERR & CO.
���������������.������>.������>.���
Monday (Labor Day) Our Store Will Be Closed.
Prom Montroal
Allun l.lno luni.lan  s.nt s
Allan Une Numldlan Sept IS
liomiiilnn l.lim ('uiiiliroiiiiin Boot]
ii...min.n. l.tno Vanoouver Si'pt ,r��
Hi'iiviir l.lnr l.u.iliuiin   Hi*|)l 7
Bearer Una l^.ku Cluiniplnln Bqntl,
Ki .in .N'iiw ^'lll���k
W liiti'Hinr UnoOooanlo  8opl ,t
Whlt'iSlar Lloe '1'iiulunlu  Bont 13
Cutmril l.lnii I.'mtirla    H��|H I
Cuimril Uno Campania .ept.
Amerloan Uno Ht, Paul Sopt.
Amerloan Line Bt. Fjoqu BoptlS
Itcil  _l��r l.lno Hnulhwiirk  Sopt 8
nni smr Une Wonternland  Bopl 11
N.O.U I.inoKnhor \N'illioliiiilcrOrus��o..H(.'pt t
S. (1. U l.lno I ,!.n .Sept 11
Anolior  Une KuinoKslii Sopl 1
Anchor UneCltrol Homo .cptg
Allan statu l.lun state of Kobraua  Bopl x
From ilnsltin.
Unnnrd l.lno Ivornla Sepl H
l'io*_iK0* arraiiKod lo anil from nil European
points. For ratOH, lloko.. anil full Information
apply lo ('. P. II. ilop il iiKonl or II. L. Urown
(.ity PaiwonKor _Ki'lit. Nolson, H. ('.
W. P, F. CU.MMI.VOF,
Oonornl Stnml. C.P.R Uffloe* Wlnnlpoj,
BOARD AND  ROOMS.
MUM. HIOH.I.Y, who  Ims taken over
the    houae   nn    Ward   Hi loot   jimt
above the Poet Offloe, will Rive board |
uml ninniR. j'-cvi'inl elioicu roomi Still
UDOcoupled. 'I'luins roaeonable
TUESDAY
placed   in   stock  last
GOODS, ai   NEW,
patronage  we  solicit.    Our
MORNING    will   start   the   Fall   Business.    We
week  over   Five Thousand Dollars' Worth of FALL
choice  and  select   DRY   GOODS.    Your
FALL MILLINERY is coming to hand.
FELT WALKING  HATS are here for you now-
most up-to-date styles to he had.
all the newest and
Our  Motto
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