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Array DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  -^FIVE   DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO  DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH  YEAR.  V?  NELSON:  SATLTEDAY ^tORFESTG JUNE LG J900.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  CENERA! HUTTON'S ADVANCE  Lettt.* From Tom Brown.  The nppi ndod letter from South  Ai'ricit will appeal to Titiui'Ni;  leaders as one of tho most in Lei e^L-  iiijy yet received from tho Nolson  boys who havo gone to the front.  It is from tho pen of corporal Tom  Biown, D squadron Canadian  .Mounted Rifles and relates his ex.-  poiiencos in ono ol the movements  recently described in iho dispatches.  Corporal Mrown wiitos fiom  Cronje's farm under date of May  SLh, and ���s-ays: '���Since leturning  I torn the North Colony lcbollionwo  hive been brigaded under goneral  Button, Lhe lute coinmandei-in-  J chief of tlio Canadian militia, at.  Blocmfonteii), and have had several  coos afc tlio enemy. Hist on May ."3th,  when we diovc irom. 1500 to 2000  ot thorn o'ifc of a stiong ])osition on  the Vet i ivci*.  "Sn this  engagement  the  Royal  Horse artillery opened the ball with  "-oiiic magnificent practice. ��he!ling  tlio biush, trenches and   <-idehi!k.  With our glasses we could  see  the  Bocra mount and scurry away every  little ���while.    After wo  hud  drawn  t!ie lire of  the  enemy''*  pom-poms  aud  maxims a   tioop   dismounted  and  extended    advancing   on   tho  ftingc  of trees  covering the liver  banks, while tho sqttadions crossed  the liver higher up and   attempted  to outflank and cut off the enemy's  lefcreat.     Tho Boers did  uot  wait  lor  us  however, bufc  mounted and  ictreated tit  top  speed  through a  gap in the hills under a heavy tiflo  iitc from our brigade. I had charge  of the left flanking group  and  had  it good  view  of  the  retreat.    My  ��quadron  clmsed the enemy  three  miles  in  a second  attempt to cut  thorn off, bnt darkness came ou and  a\c ^osfc them.     In   this  affair wo  ki'tYecf, Avounded andcaptmed about  80 Boei'a and tt Maxim with  a  loss  of   only three men  wounded   and  threp * h(*''1-es   killed.    The   enemy  had eutrenched themselves strongly  around the liver ford expecting us  to stumble   into  the trap  iu  the  same old way, but;,  thanks  to our  commander,    they   -were   out-gen-  cralicd and  well  beaten  while  we  lo-sfc neither men nor Iioise-%  '���General llutfcou is a trump, lie  uuderntandh our strong points aud  our weaknesses and talks lo us like  'a Dutch uncle, giving advice and  encouragement just wheie it -is  needed. 1 feci our destinies tire  safe in hi*- hands.  ���'After returning from the chase  that same night my troop wtis  paraded with two others before  geueral Hutton. He told us a chance  had come for tlio western men to  distinguish themselves and that he  wished ns to deploy around and  through the enemy's linos and des-  tjoy their chance of reinforcing at  at tho next town by tearing up tho  railroad. Under tho guidance of  t tvo Kaffits we succeeded iu tiding  silently through the Boor lines aud  blew out a culverfc. After the ex^  "plosion the-Crack swarmed" witn  Boers, but we got away safely.  Then our guides lost their way, and  wo weie foi cod to spend tho night  on a kopje in the midst of tlio  enemy's country. Next morning  after various alarms we managed  to rejoin tho column, narrowly  missing a party of .'100 Boers who  would have played havoc with our  party of 00 men.  "On the same day wc took tlio  town of Smuldiel without opposition and on the following day proceeded toward Kroonstadt. Aboufc  midway we saw dense columns of  muoke aud dust about ton miles  ahead accompanied by heavy reports which told us that the enemy  was destroying bridges stud railroads. Wo pushed on without  dinner and on arriving on the crest  of a ridge in the veldt saw the  enemy's whole baggage train  in       three sections        toiling  away among tho dust clouds  a couple of miles distant. The  Aeldfc was covered wifch men in extended ordor. Our scouts reported  vhe Boers 12,000 strong, while we,  the advance guard of the leffc wing  of lord Roberts' army, numbered  only 2000.  "Our squadron in open order led  the advance of tho main body, proceeded by si thin line of scouts in  skirmishing older, but no sooner  had we arrived within range than  f.ix guns opened on us with r, galling fire of shell and shrapnel. AVe  halted and stood our ground for  several minutes while tho scouts  foil back on ns. How the Boers  poured tho shells into us. Several  horses   were   quickly   Jailed,   and  some of the men wounded. We  escaped miraculously, for the common shell and shrapnel burst in the  ranks ahead, behind and all around  us.. The value of open order in the  attack was  abundantly  evidenced.  "Tlio I loyal Horse Artillery galloped into action jusfc before sundown, but managed to get iu a few  rounds before dark. Another  squadron came into the filing lino  and tlio sound of the Hying bullets  made a steady swishing sound liko  that of falling water. A general  oider to retire finally brought us  back to camp after having been on  the go steadily since four o'clock a.  m. without dinner. Tho reconnaissance avu<- a success, however, for  wc found fche enemy, pressed him  fui Cher back, unmasked his batteries and then heliographod back to  ���'Bobs" how matters stood."  After requesting R. M. Macdonald, to whom Tub Tjubuxk is indebted for the above letter, to remember him to his friends, cor-  poiul Brown concludes by stating  that the .Nelson buys AA'ere all Avell  and hearty at the time of wiifcing.  Kruger Willing for Peace.  London, June 1(5.���The Lorenzo  Marquee correspondent of the  Times says: **Ifc appears thafc  Steyn, and not Kruger, is now the  stumbling block in the way of the  surrender of the burghers. Shortly  after tho British entry iuto Pre-  toi ia, Kruger proposed to reopen  the peace negotiations. Steyn,  bearing in mind that his former advice Avas scouted, demurred to this,  and pointed oufc that according  to the treaty between the republics  neither could conclude peace without the other. Mr. Kruger is  equally unwilling to incur the  charge of a breach of faith, aud  had to continue the war. Nothing  further is known regarding the ruinated peace negotiations, bufc it is  a matter of notoriety that Mr.  Kruger favors peace on almost any  terms, but dislikes personally to  take an initiative that would in-  volve unconditional surrender."  No Hews of Fighting.  London, June 10.���4* a.m.���Lord  Roberts' dispatches leave affairs  east of Ptetoria with the Boors  withdrawn to new positions on  Tuesday. News of fresh fighting is  expected by tho Avar oilice, but none  came last night. General Bundle's  patiols had skirmishes wifch the  Boors' Aedefcte-3 again Wednesday.  Some Avonder is expressed here as to  what ho is doing wifch hi�� fchree  diA*isions. ifc is assumed by some  thafc general Buller +will move into  the Orange River colony and cooperate Avitli lord Methuen and  general Rundle in bagging president  Steyn and his seven or, eight thousand folloAvers. Major-general  Baden-Powell has been appointed  to" the temporary rank of lieutenant-  general.  British Troops for China.  London, June 10.'���-3:20 a.m.���The  Bt itisli goA eminent is considering  Avhcther a substantial force should  _nofcbo_*cnt to_China fiom South  Afi ica. it is thought unofficially  that lord Roberts could spare a brigade or two and the necessary  transpoi ts are now in South Afri-  cm waters. The commander of the  expedition, it is said, Avould probably be general sir William Nicholson.   Southern China Quiet.  London, Juno 10.��� J:20a.m.- The  Hong Kong correspondent of fche  Times under yesterday's date, says:  ''The southern provinces of China  aio still quiet, although there wits a  slight disturbance recently against  tho Catholics in tho village of Tai  Lck near the Fath Shan. There are  some misgivings at the idea that  the militaty authorities aro about  to cause a further depletion of the  Iloug Kong garrison." ���  Dewet's Haul.  London, June 10.���The Cape  Town correspondent of the Daily  Telegraph, in a dispatch dated yesteiday, says: '*I understand that  geneial Dewet, in addition to the  Derbyshire battalion, captured two  companies of the Cifcy Volunteers  and two companies of Yeomanry.  Two men onlv escaped to tell the  tale."       __J   Deny the Charge.  Paaiu,, Cape Colony, June 15.���  Mr. Thereon, president of fche Afrikander Bund congress, today denied  tho charge thafc the Afrikanders  wero part and parcel of a conspiracy to detach British South Aft ica  from the ei own, and affirmed the  loyalty of the Bund party fco queen  Victoria. $  LACROSSE MEN WILL HUSTLE  General Sporting Notes.  What the Nelson Lacrosse Club  requires more than anything else to  put the game on a substantial basis  is tt strong injection of ginger into  the management.    The pastime has  not    been   boomed   as    Canada's  national game deserves, and to this  may be laid the refusal of the celebration committee to extend financial aid for a game on Dominion  Day.    The success  which  has attended   the   bttseball   club    is   au  instance in point of Avhat can be  accomplished for a sporting organization by steady, persistent; "boosting," and every lover of lacrosse, to  say nothing of the element which is  unfamiliar    with   the   sport,    but  which  would  gladly Avelcome the  opportunity of   witnessing  a  fast  game aud judging the pastime on  its merits, will be gratified to learn  that the lacrosse  club is adopting  new methods.    After the  practice  on Monday night a manager and  captain Avill be appointed.     Ifc Avill  be the duty of the manager to interest every lacrosse player in the  Nelson club aud secure good  turnouts at the practices, while the captain Avill take charge of the players  on the field and see to it that every  man Avorks in his position.    If these  new officials AA'ork properly and are  supported by the players the game  is bound to boom.     If it  does  not  the club might as well throw up the  sponge, but this contingency is very  remote.    There are men in the club  who are   as  good  rustlers  as are  made, but heretofore they have unfortunately been satisfied to lie back  AA*hile  the  club  has  diifted  along  without snap or go.    It is now proposed to haAre a practice  game  on  the recreation grounds Wednesday  night next..  A band Avill be present  and the players Avill endeavor to  give citizens an idea  of   how  the  sport is~playcd.   In the  meantime  the hustlers io the club avi'II get in  their work and if they live  up to,  their promises  the   game  will  go  ahead. t   *  The teams for the lacrosse match,  on Wednesday night have -been  selected as folloAVS:    .  j>i:KT.vsn TKAM  Bunictt  Fost    ...    .  McCrae  Tl)oiup<ion  I'liickvtood   .  Wluttett  MeNiehoH    . ,  .1. IklcDoueall   .  W. McBeath  Oti.itiibci's .   ..  Oiloi hold .  AVi'sou        ...  Avill be made to bring Kossland  here for a match on one of the  celebration days. Another meeting  "will be held next week, of whicli  further notice will be given.  CHINESE SITUATION GRAVE  A letter has been received from  Green Avood closing the arrangement  for the Nelson lacrosse team to  visit there during the celebration  at that poinfc.  The latest addition to fche association football club is lle\\ William Munroe, the new pastor of the  Congregational church, who is an  enthusiastic footballist. Mr. Munroe played on tho fonvards afc his  university, and if,, he has time to  get into condition he Avill bo a  strong addition to the team.  Harry Houston, secretary of the  fire department, has received a  communication from the Greenwood  firemen which practically settles in  the affirmative tho question of the  Nelson team participating in the  sports at GreenAA'ocd. The letter  states that prizes Avill be offered as  follows :  AVot test, first pn/o        . .  5120 00  Wot test, second prize  -    . 50 00  jrnlj-.ind-hubiii.ee, flist prize 75 00  Iltib-and-hub l.iee, second pn/e .'iO 00  To enable the Nelson team to  take part in the races the Green-  Avood men have decided to hold the  competitions ou Saturday, the JJOfch  instant. The railroad rates Avill be  a one fare rate for the round trip,  good from the 2Sfch instant, and a  special traiu leaving Greenwood  Sunday morning at 11:45, enabling  the Nelson men to reach Greenwood  on Friday night at 10:30 and to  leave again on Sunday morning.  Rossland and Grand Forks will participate in tho races.- The Nelson  team is practically certain of going  in for the trip. The secretary of  the celebiation committee adds. '"Jfc  is now practically a settled fact to  bring your lacrosse team here."  CITY  LOCAL   NEWS.  momi: *ir*.M  .... Gonl   . .  D.JleDougiill  ,     J'oint ,    ,   .  . ,    Vanstone  . rover I'oint.  . J"! user  First Defence  . McLennan  Second Defence               Ko.\  Thud Defence  McVurj  Centre  ,    .   .������"oilier"  Thud Home  .. .   Johnson  Second Home  . . McFurl.md  First, Homo..  C. Jctls  Outside Home  aichiblUcl  Outside Home  .. UutherCoid  The Victoria Times states that  the James Bay rowing club of that  place has heard through the Vancouver rowing club that they aro  expected to participate in the regatta here on July 2nd and 3rd,  but that the James Bay men have  heard nothing directly, and are  anxious fco know whether they are  to be officially invited. The club  in question has the fastest four on  the Coast.   " Billy McLean", one-ot'~the~oAvners  of the Vedette, is in favor of a  steam launch race during the celebration, and is prepared to enter  his craffc in the contest. The Fern',  belonging to the Duncans, is being  refitted, and will probably be out  for the holidays, and captain  Troup's temporary craft, the Flirt,  could participate-. 'The event Avould  undoubtedly attract groat interest.  Sam Neelands is in tho baseball  game again, the injury to his arm  not proving as serious as was  thought. MeLeod is taking a few  days off to muse a damaged finger.  The team practices tomorrow afternoon, and every player is wanted  on the grounds.  Assistant cifcy engineer Dill has  volunteered to lay out the grounds  for the football club. He Avill start  in this afternoon, several members  having agreed to assist in tho good  work. Permanent goal posts will  also be put up, this having been  left in the hands of W. M. Dowar,  tho club coach. The posts will bo  sunk in pits boarded up, to permit  of them being taken down after  practice Avithout trouble. The club  is iioav avvaiting a reply from one of  the clubs invited to come here on  Dominion day   A meeting of the cricketers took  place la sfc night at Elliott & Lennie's  oflice in the course of which the  prospects of the game for the  season were discussed. F. H, Forbes  was elected secretary and ifc Avas  decided to order a Avingnet for practice. A town game "will be played  on the 23rd instant, and au effort  Robeifc Bullick, until, lcceutly a  member of tlio piovincliil police foi com UiIsmIu,-  Uict, ^\.is air.iifrncd befoie iiinjr'sliiilo C'icu-c  BMeidiiv cm n. serious, th-u-yo 'vilii iillogccl th: fc  vibile doing duty afc Fomw nullfol* tillcclcd  tiwles licenses from Ohin.iuicn und chPis, pock-  e'jnif the money. IJnUiefc \\<is placed on tl��u  Balfom eslcnsion woik. and while (heic was  asked foi Jus lesignation as a resulr of the nlle  witions from his old post at li'ei hip He wont, to  Vancomer u'nl iun sent; back fiom (hero in  eliniijo of proMiiaial constable TT.iskins. At the.  preliminary lioainiK jrsteuliy WVA G.ilhhei  appealed for the un>vti and W. A. Macdonald  renroseiitt'&Bullick The caRe Mas loinam'od (o  Wednesday when it will be lesiimcrt al Koi me  for the convenience of the numerous ^\'itnesjse.s  ���n ho u ill be called to testify.  Thomas Bennett of   Salmo and  one of the locatois of tho Yellousfene, is moving  to Xels in. Uo has leased a residence on Robson  sticctaiul \Mlloicup\ it shortly.  A little son of John Gillis fell off  a timber I'de jeste.daj a'teinoon and bioke his'  arm.   ,  "A Young Man's Glory"  will  bo  tile siibicctof these.ruon fci jomig mien in the  I'reslbjteimn Chn.ch by Hov, JI. O. Sutherland  tomniimv-Qvcimig. Oooif;e Ivuid will --iiig,'If  AVith nil Your Heart's, "fiom the El iah.  The Rev. W. Munroe Avill preach  at both the Congregational Chi'ieh sci\ices in  tho opoia house tomorrow * 'J he subject in the  morning ���rtill bi * Ohusl ' lJo��ei lo Heal, and in  lhe e^ellIng, ".'���lia'us ml'oligion.' Theie will be  a special urisloal ?et ���. ice ill the e*. eniug, including the full-i'vimr numbers Cello solo, "Tlio  Ho'j dt*i,"l>j Herr Sfnn-j, solo b\ Mi. Caldwell, ''Wnaid While I Sleep, and "Xcaici M>  (Jod to Thee.' by the Nohon ([ii.u lotto.  The  residence of W. F. Picroy,  coniei Mill and Cedar siicols,-was botnbuded  -yesterday afternoon Some jnen-wei�� blasting  aei oss the si sect and one of the shots (lied was  daiigernn' ly houv A sbowei <il boulders fell  on thuPieioy houso hi caking the i oofand Snubbing window ���. One ijck weighing four oi the  pounds clashed tinoiigh a ���wndow into the I- ilh  ioom, smashed thu door leading into (lie kitchen  and paiti illy demolished llie stove. Koi Innately  none of the rniinlj- happen* d lo be at home. 'J ho  facts were icpoited to (he police,  The Political Shuffle.  Vrc'TOitiA, June '13.��� [Special to  The Tribune.) ���Dunsmuir, Eberts  and Turner wore thib afternoon  sworn in as premier, president of  tho council, attorney-general, and  finance minister, respectively, by  governor Mclnnes. Tho cabinet  will be completed, probably, on  Tuesday next, all the three vacant  portfolios going to the Mainland.  Booth of North Victoria will probably be tho speaker. Tho Times,  senator Templemau's paper, thinkn  the governor ha- made a good  choice Ifc i% generally believed that  Dunsmuir Avill form a strong government, which Aviil meet tho house  Avith a good working majority.  Russia's Attitude.  " London1, June i (��.���The Sfc. Petersburg correspondent of the Times  telegraphing Thui-iday says: "In  competent political circles, there is  no wish or trace of intention to act  in China other than Avith the great  powers. Afc the same time, there is  no desire to establish tho European  concert. Russia, liko tho United  .States, reserves to herself independence of action.  Howling Mobs in Pekin.  London, Juno l.">.���ThisDis the  situation in China as ifc appears to  the Shanghai correspondent of the  Associated Press, cabling last  eA'cning :  "Ifc is really the state of veiled  Avarfare. The members of the  legations in Pekin are virtually  prisoners and the Chinese troops  are only restrained from attacking  them by fear of the legation guards.  MeaiiAvhilc the ministers are altogether unable to communicate with  the officers commanding the relief  column, Avhich is making an enforced and isolated halt between  Tien Tsin aud Pekin. The walls of  the capital are guarded by J 00,000  imperial troops and the gates are  heavily defended with modern guns.  "General Tung, under orders  from tho empress dowager, says  that no more foreign troops shall  enter the sacred eity.  "On Monday the ministers sent a  demand to the Tsung Li Yamen  that the gates be opened, declaring  that otherwise the foreign troops  AA-ould enter forcibly. To this no  reply Avas given. A second message went unausAvered, or had not  been ansAvered Avhen the latest  news leffc Pekin. Sir Claude Mac-  Donald's latest message says that  the legations are capable of sustaining an effective defence unless  attacked in force.  "Russia," this correspondent asset ts, "notwithstanding assurances  to the contrary, sides Avifch China.  Some foreign troops are already reported to be in fche environs of Pekin, and the attitude of the Chinese troops is increasingly menacing.'  "The streets of Pekin," continues  the correspondent, "are reported to  be seething with anti-foreign mobs,  clamoring for the destruction of the  legations and the death of the foreign ministers. Even AA'ere the  Tsung Li Yamen disposed to restrain the Aioleuee of the reactionaries, ifc is considered highly improbable that they Avill be "able fco  hold them iu check. For the foreign ministers tho crisis will arise  Avhen the relief column comes in.  "Ib is still felfc here thafc the foreign force is Avholiy inadequate to  bafcfcle with the Chinese troops  massed outside of the imperial  gates, Avhich now include the, imperial troops fiom Shan Kai Kwau.  '"A disquieting element in the  'situation is the fact that although  the-"Russian-Chinese telegraph line  from Pekin via Jviakhta (eastern  Siberia) is working again, fche transmission of English messages is  rigidly refused. In Tien Tsin it is  reported that the foreign forces in  fche harbor Avill attack the Taku  foi ts. and, il' noecssaiy, bombard  them.''  ports of a similar character only  applied to a limited number of districts where cholera and smallpox  had attacked tho famine camps,  thus forming a combination which  for the moment bailies palliation.  Expenditure of money, he added,  could not mend the state of affairs  which Avas due to the cholera causing the people to abandon the  towns aud disperse in all directions.  German Troops in China.  Berlin,  June  15.���The German  foreign office has not yet  receiA*ed  tho expected dispatches from China  and their non-appearance  is  interpreted to   mean  the existence of  alarming   conditions.     Doubts are  expressed, hoAvever, as to the accuracy of the latest alleged news from  Pekin, because of the fact that tele-  giaphic   communication   Avith  the  Chinesecapitalhas not been restored.  The correspondent of the Associated  Press today obtained from a  leading foreign office official the following statement as   to  the  German  forces in China.    The official said:  "Our   forces   include   three   large  cruisers,   the   llansa, Bertha   and  Kaiserin Augusta, the small  cruisers Gefion and Irene, with the gunboats litis and Jamuara, with their  crows     aggregating      2272    men.  Then   there   are    our    forces    at  Kian      Chan,      numbering     4300.  These     (5572     are      all      trained  men, of whom 3000 may be spared,  if required, for action ashore." The  papers view the situation gloomily,  pointing oufc particularly the Avaut  of   harmony   among   the   international troops.   The Vossische Zei-  tung says :    "The hope of harmonious proceedings is fast vanishing as  the  separate  ambitions  appear on  the surface.    Probably it  will need  a feAv. severe reverses  before the  powers are cemented for  the  purpose of joint action."  Volunteers for Ashanti.  Kingston, Jamaica, June 15.���The  British Avar office has jusfc cabled  the Jamaican-government announcing thafc it is prep ired to accept a  composite A'oltmtcer contingent  from Jamaica, Ti inidud and Dem-  orara for services in Ashanti.  Jamaica will supply 200 men and  fsA*e additional officers. The West  India regiment has been ordered fco  Ashanti forthwith.  Horses for South Africa,  Xkw OrlcaN's, Juno 15.���The  British steamer Cervona clcaiod  for (Jape Town today. The 75  horses weie for the British army.  Weekly Band Concert.  This  evening   (ho    Xelson    City  Band   will   render   tho    following  program at the corner of Ward and  Victoria   streets,    commencing   at  7 o'clock:  il.utli ..... .. N.tlntnt  Jledlm ihorliiM' .,   om torn !,iuk  spi'ii-h i-cidi trie , Iii I'alum.i  jMumciiii ���seii'iuido I, t ( usuih ia  '-ontfainl IJanL'e'-clioUisiuu I)r.H MupKu Aua\  .Alan It    , . . . . . iloch Uui'shiHf-Ii  Le Eoi No. 2 Floated.  Rossland,    June    15.���Another  Rossland mining company has been  successfully floated on the London  market by the B. A. C, namely the  Le   Roi   Mining _ Compauy  Nor 2,  Limited, with a capital of ��600.000.  The  prospectus was   published*in  London on Monday.    The object of  tho company is to acquire and worh  the Josie, Poorman and Annie Fractions, Rockingham  and JSTo. 1, embracing an area of 72 acres on Red  mountain.    The No. 1 is considered  to be one of the best mines in the  camp, as its  development  has disclosed more large ore chutes aud the  Josie also lias an excellent showing,  George Purgold of this city received  a ciible from London  today in  re-  spone to an order for some  stock,  stating that ifc=had all been allotted  and that the ��5 shares had already  gone   up   to   a   premium    of    10  shillings.  Troops From Hong Konff,  Hong Kong, Juno 15.��� The de-  partuic for Taku of the tiansport  Ilingsaiig lias been delayed owing  to the time taken in fitting her up.  But she embarked this morning  Avith the llong Kong regiment, the  remaining 100 of which Avill embark  on the ci niser Terrible  tomorrow.  Casualties in Ashanti.  Ca n: Coast CAbTLR. Gold Coast.  June 15. Captain Kllis, Avith tho  West African frontier troops, Avhile  advancing from Fumsu fco itAvisa,  lost one man killed, and a corporal  and "six men Avounded.  Famine Gamps in India.  London, June 15. -Replying to a  series of que-tions in the house of  commons today, the secretary of  state for India, loid George Hamilton, said the conditions ropoi ted by  Mr.  Klopsch  and  some   other  re-  Emergency Food Bations.  Oti'aava, June 15.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���The discussion on  thu emergency food rations was resumed in the house today. Laurier  accepted all the charges of Monk to  be referred to committee except the  lasfc_clause whichT he' saidTwas con-"  demning the minister of militia before he was heard and in advance  of the investigation. He moved to  strike ifc out. This was done on a  A-ote of J7 for" to 30 against. The  remainder by resolution was referred to the following committee  for investigation : Britton. Russell,  Bek-ourt, Costigan, Monk, Casgrain  and Clark, (Toronto),  Grsen's Majority.  Kaslo, June 15���[Special fco Tho  Tribune], ���Returning officer Dock-  stader announced tho official Slocan  election figures today, and they  inoreaic Green's majority by one,  making it 2(3(5. Joe Martin's* resignation, beiug expected. Avas received \\ith little interest, bufc the  statement that James Dunsmuir  was to be sworn in us premier created the greatest surprise. Mclnnes lias made himself more unpopular than ever in.this district.  The general feeling is that he  should be compelled to resign immediately.  International Troops to Fight.  TinxTkix, June 15.-���The mixed  forces, it is reported, aviII attempt  to seize fche Toku fort tonight. General Nich is moving 2500 troops  from Lu Tai to Chun Lia Cheng.  General Tung's Shanghai troops are  moving to Pekin.  WHOLESALE TRADE KEEPS UP  Merchants' Beport.  The Aveek just closing has been  comparatively quiet with the wholesale trade in Nelson. As a whole  business has been fair, but the  improvement which has been anticipated has nofc taken place. This  must not be construed as indicating  that trade has fallen off in the  slightesfc, for such is nofc the case,  and every wholesaler approached  on the subject stated that he Avas  handling more goods now* than at  this time lasfc year. Yesterday's  shipments are as folloAVS :  W. R Teetzel & Co., assayers'  supplies.���Rossland, Slocan City,  Cranbrook and Ymir.  Kootenay Cigar Manufacturing  Company.��� Kimberley, Kamloops,  Lytton, Sicamous, Vancouver, North  Bend, ReA-elstoke and Ashcroft.  Thorpe & Co., lerated aud mineral *  waters. ��� Rossland,    Robson   and  Ymir.  J. Cholditch & Co., wholesale  grocers. ��� Greenwood, - Midway,  Moyie, Anaconda, Phoenix, Sandon,  Kaslo, Eholt, Fernie, Silverton, NeAV  Denver and Grand Porks.  Nelsou SaAV <fc Planing Mills, Limited, sash and doors.���Granite and  Lake Points.  A. Macdonald & Co., wholesale  grocers.���Slocan City, Sirdar, Ferguson, Halcyon, Fire Valley, Camborne and Creston.  California Wine Company, Limited, Avines and cigars.���Fort Steele,  Cranbrook, MidAA*ay, Fernie and  Ymir.  J. Y. Griffin & Co., provisions and  produce.���GreenAA'ood, Slocan City, r  Moyie, Cranbrook, Fort Steele and'  Grand Fotks.  Brackman & Ker Milling Compauy, flour and feed.���AinsAvorth,  Cieston, Lardo, Robson, Carxelle,  Kuskonook, Ymir and'Kaslo.  . Kootenay Supply Company, Lim- -  ited, wholesale grocers. ��� Slocan  City, Ymir, Hull- Siding, Procter,  Porfco Rico Siding, Cascade, Kitchener, Moyie and Erie.  Turner, Bceton ifc Co., dry goods  and    liojuors.���Enterprise,  ^Ains-,  worth,     Rossland.     Rob&on,   Fire  Valley, Sandon, New Denver and  Kaslo. 4  H. Byers & Co.. Avholesale hardware.-���Lemon Crock, NeAv Denver,  Cranbrook, SandotvGrunite, Ymir,  Alamo, Kaslo aud Lardo.  Lawrence Hardware Company.���  Ymir, Greenwood, Porto Rico, Kit- ,  ohener, Moyie, Granite, Lardo, Burton City. Fire Valley, Salmo,Thompson's Landing, Slocan City and  Nicola.  Vancouver Hardware 'Company.  ���Nakusp, Rossland, Xew Denver,  Kuskonook and Slocan City.  II. J. Evans & Co, commission  merchants. -Hall Siding, "Waneta,  Enterprise Landing, Lake Points  and Grand Forks.       - English "Labor~Men Sail.  London, June 15.���The right  Rev. Mandc-11 Creighton, bishop of  London, and others interested in  sociology and admirers of the late  John Ruskin, this afternoon bid  farewell to the'dclcgatcs representing oi giiui/.cd labor in England,  Avho arc to sail for Kew York on  the American line steamer St.  Paul, scheduled to leiwo Southampton tomorrow, for the purpose  of presenting the labor associations  of America ��1000 fco be u.**ed fo-  Avnrda the erection of a Ruskin hall  in St. Louis, The delegates are  .Messrs, C. W. Ilowoi'inan, secietary  of the Loudon Society of Compositors, and James Sexton, secretary  of tbe National Union of |)ock  Laborers, The movement is the  result of a desire on the part of the  English followers of Buskin to  show their appreciation of the action of America ns, !S months ago,  in founding a Ruskin Hall at Oxford. The delegates are accredited  with resolutions expressing the  hope that a better understanding  and a Avarmer friendship Avill exist  between the "two English-speaking  demoeiucies."  Three New Cabinet Ministers.  Yktoria, June 15.���James Dunsmuir, premier anil prcsinent of the  council, D. M. Eberts, attorney-  general and J. H. Turner, minister  of linance, A\erc sworn iu (his afternoon.  Young* Mclnnes Lied.  Ottawa, June 15 -[Special to  The Tribune]. - In tho senate today  Mills told Mackenzie Bowell that  neither he nor any other member  of the goA'ernment had received an  application from lieutenant-governor Mclnnes to resign his position,  as sttitcd by XV. W. B. Mclnues.  Howell Paid that if such an application had been received and  grunted tho government Avould be  doing a popular act.  -.*-���>?  _f._~��___>i_^~<*nm~tr~<r*+~' *_m_n^u_t*K__**__;__._3r#p&t^ 'S^^t'~    ,** f f^fr ^"^ THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C SATURDAY, JUNE IC  1900  h  it-  There is no store where good  clothing  can   be   bought  to   better  advantage than here  For Men, Boys, and Children  A most beautiful collection in plain and fancy worsteds, in  neat checks, stripes, clays and serges made in single and double  breasted  sack style.  A big assortment of hats, shoes, ties, shirts, underwear,  hosiery,  etc.    Prices the  lowest.  BROWN    ���&    CO.   Hall Block, 269 Baker St.  __\-!=).e^.t_^-e=).c .___., _- ._, ._.    .  .(T3. (T3. ��_.(__<.  "C=>"  mi  3T__?.__i.  ���ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl;  \8L  ffl  ffl  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement  Fire Brick Fire Clay  and Sewer Pipe  USED SN KOOTENAY  _______na__w^m_B__i____m___mm___m_mwmt__m_m__m__m__K_mm___m__m  Just received carload Dominion Ale and Porter  (PINTS AND QUARTS)  Dominion White Label Ale (pints and quarts).    This is  the finest Ale brewed in Canada.  Dominion Bulk Ale (15 gallon kegs)  Teacher's Scotch Whiskey is still the best.  ffl  haA*e been found for them some  idea may be gathered as to the  probable strength of the new government.  Mrs. Gladstone Dead.  ���London, June 14.���Mrs. Gladstone, Avho had been unconscious 72  hours, died today without recovering consciousness. The news Avas  immediately conveyed to the queen,  prince of Wales, dean of Westminster, dean of Lincoln, sir William  Vernon Harcourt, sir Henry Ban-  ucrmau and others. In the course  of tho evening master William  Gladstone, heir to Hawarden, arrived from lOton, shortly followed  by the two sisters from London.  TJie bells of Hawarden church rung  mnnied peals. By courtesy of the  dean of Westminster and in accordance with the arrangements in 1808  the funeral Avill be held in the  Abbey. The interment Avill take  place on June 19th, being of a private character.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  H. J. EVANS & CO.  >'C2  (_r).(z_i.e_).c_..c_t.c^.e=).c_t'C=}'(=>'e=>'(^'c  ffl  ffl  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  SfJCORPORATED 1670.  ecan  You with  suit  Require in  Boots, Shoes  and Rubbers  We carry full lines from  infants' to men's, built  by the best makers on  the continent, and will  guarantee price and  quality to be satisfactory.  J  lead, individuals  and  private  corporations   in   dealing   fairly Avith  labor.      It   also   agrees   a*, ith  Mr.  Pas'ne in saying that the clique in  the cily council who are opposed to  any and all demands of labor haA*e  magnified the demand made by the  workmen.     The  question  at iss-ue  effected but nine  Avoikmeu, which  meant nine hours Avork of one man  for each day  they  AA'ere  employed  upon  the  Avoik.    This  being  so it  can scarcely be said that the granting of the request Avould either imperil the credit of  the  corporation  or   jeopaidize  the  passing  of the  public works loan bylaws.     It was  possible  for  the   members  of the  council to have granted or  refuted  the request made by the men without becoming hysteiical.    TiieTju-  mr.iK regrets that having accepted  Mr.  Payne's communication    it is  prevented   from   publishing   it in  this issue oAving to lack of space.  Si'Kcn.ATiON is rife over the action of lieutenant-governor Mc-Inne1?  in calling upon James Dunsmuir to  form a government. Nothing save  the bare facts that Mr. Dunsmuir  has been called, that he has accepted the task and already secured  two colleagues, have leaked oufc  from the capital. There are yet  three portfolios to fill.   When men  Fishing Season of 1900  Massacre ia North China.  Bkus.-sEI/-*, June 1 b���Confirma-  has been received of the report of  the massact e of two Italians and  one Swiss engineer employed on  the Belgian l ail road in North  China. The sister of the Swiss engineer Avas killed and two others  aro mi'-sing. The lest of the French  and Belgian engineeis reached Pekin and Tien Tsin in safety.  Took Carbolic Acid.  Cswuoo, Ncav York, June 14.���  Mis. Minnie M. Sommers, 30 years  of age. and Avife of Fred Sommcrs,  superintendent of the Oswego Preserving Company, committed suicide by taking carbolic acid at her  home today. She had been suffering Avith mental aberiation for  seA'eral months past.  Affl OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up .$13,000,000  REST     7000,000  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  Charles 0. J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER  1 doors west of Dominion Express oftice.  P. O. llox 523.   Phones: Ollleo 117. Houso 152  Three six room houses foi rent.  Kcal estate in all parts of the city for sale  ACiKNT KOltS. S. KIMBALL'S SAFES  INSURANCE.  LOANS.  A  WOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  1oi"m.1 and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  IF AVHAT VOU WANT IS NOT IN BTOCK  WK WILL 3UAKK IT FOK YOU  CALL AND GET P1UCKS.  First door wofit  of Kink of Britibh  Oolu.ubia bulldinar.  Baker Street  TOGKS  J. A. Sayward  nALI. AND LAKE STREETS. NELSON  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  COKXKK OV  HENDRYX AND VERNON' STREETS  Lord Slicithronn and Mount Rojal ...Piosidont  Hon. Geoige A. Diuiuuiond Viee-l'iosident  E. S. Clouston Gencial Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Cornor Bakor and Kootenaj   Streets.  Brandies in Lomion' (England) New York,  Chicago, and all the piincipal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sleiling Exchango and Cable  Tt.WtoiClS    ^  Grant  Commercial   and   Travelers'   Cicdite,  a'wul.iliip in any part of Iho ���woild. ���.  DiafU, Issued, Collection-, Made, Etc.  Saving's Bank Branch  CUItnilVT RATE OK INTEREST PUD.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  UUSOD S  We are selling the fishing tackle which entices  ihe fish. We have the  most complete line of flies  and trolling baits.  See our fishing rod complete with line, leader,  reel, and flies for $5.  Canada Drag & Book Co.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit, on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, TS. W. T.  Imperial Bank of Canada  JIEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  82,391,863  $1,554,710  D. R. WUkic, General Manager.  F. Uaj. Inspccter.  NKLSON-  Alex Stewart  Room 3, Turner & Boech Block.  NELSON.  The TumuNK lias a letter from  G. Payne, dealing. aviUi the recent  trouble between the workmen  employed on the Victoria street bluiT,  aud   the eity,   over the hours of  hiborl The Avriter makes out a very J  strong csi&e for the rockmen.     lie  explains fchat the concessions asked  from the city by the rockincn were  such as Juivo already been conceded  by the individual contractors in the  c-ifcy,   and   if   unjust  they    would  ha7'dly  havc   been  made Avithout  protest.    Tiik Truivne agrees AA'ith  Mr. Payne that municipal and provincial governments should  at least  follow, ii indeed  they should not  Mines  Real Estate  Insurance  Loans  Notary Public and Conveyancer.  Rents Collected on Commission.  S200 cisli for lot on Cnrbor-nto street,  ��1000 (e.isj tonus; mil buy fihe corner on Baker  -.(reel. good hotel site.  $1(100 w ill buy fine cot nor on Vernon street, good  hotel site.  (J12u() will buy lot on Baker .street ncarSherbiook  house.  Siflfl (half c-ish) vvIII buy 3 lots in BognMown  ��?>0 to ,_75 apiece for choice lota on Carbonate  sti eet.  $30 per month will rent 8roomed house, imme-  <lnito possession.  $8.50, part cash, will buy hoiiho and lot on Robson  street near ijtniiley street.  Oottige.md nice lot with runt ttee��,5 mile point  Ilancli .it Pilot Hii},fj0.ieres under cn'lii.itioH.'  $I.v5(l will buy cottage and loton Stanley street.  NOTICE ~Ql^'WE__Tim.  The Nelson pluiiiberh, gas, and steam fitters  union meets every second and foui Hi Friday at  Uic Miners' Union hall at 8 p.m.  B. WEEKS, Secretary pro torn.  Xelson Bianch���Tim ns Block, *"2l llaker Street  J. -A. LAY, Maunder.  a"r7 barr6w,~a.m. l c. e."  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  CornoT Victoria "Hid Kootonay Streets.  P. O   Rox fi*-**, *T F.LKPHOVE Wl 15  MONEY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  BOUGHT AND SOLD  Referendum Tic.isui} Stock  i'.\chequer. lOOO  Big Hum, .".(Km  I Vini.\, Vfflt) TtK)  Richelieu, 1000  ���WANTED  Itamblci Cauboo and tJi.nit  Foi sale���d ioom house, Hume addition, g&'iO.  14-iooiu liouso, cheap; tonus cat}; close in.  CALL OX  H. A. Prosser  BROKER, AVARD STREET  Claries St. Barbe  Stock at|d Share Broker  General Agent  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NELSON, B. C.  Coffee roasters and dealers in Tea and Coffee.  Oll'or frotJi roasted coffee of best quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Macha. per pound $  40  Java .Aiid Sioclia Hleud, ij pounds  1 00  Fine Santoi, i pounds   1 00  Santo" Blend, �� pc'iids..  1 00  Our Special Bler-d, 6 pounds  1 00  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds........... .  1 00  A trhil order solicited.   Salesroom 2 doom east  of Oddfollovrs block. West Bakor street."  SMOKER  "  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White. Pine Lurrjber Always in  StocK-  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sahb and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Are prepared to furnish by rail, barge or teams  Dimension Lumber, Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Local and Coast Ceiling, Local and  Coast Flooring, Double Dressed Coast Cedar,  Rustic, Shiplap, Stepping, Door Jambs, Pine  and Cedar Casings, Window Stiles, Turned  Work, Band-sawing, Brackets, Newel Posts,  Turned Veranda Posts, Store Fronts, Doors,  Windows and Glass.  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  Office Corner lfa.ll and Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Crossing C. P. R. Track y  Mills Hall Street Wharf  urns  Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co.  NKLSON, BltlTIflH COMTMBIA  Apply G. Ii. LENN'OX. Solicitor, NclhWi B. C  GA0L_ SUPPLIES.  1 oiuIli s u ill bi u'r('i\ od by 1 lie undei Mjcnod up  to Iho ovomiitfof -\\<.dri��."iiTu.j..!iiuv ��llli, foi Uio  suppljiriH; 0? 'bo fr'Uovm-fCLincUs to the- I'ioai-i-  ci.il d.iol ut.Ni'Non from July KI VM), to Jutio  .'Hi! Ii, 1'iOJ ;  <! iiocj Kitncs  miKM)  JilOA'l'  VK(1KTA.11LKS  ii'tooais. wvr.  A upl.ulcd lisl e\n be roon ,uul an\ in formal ion  obi.micil nt tlio Uovi'inmcnl A(,'cn!,-,o(hcc.  JOllV A. TUKNKlt.  Uoveiiimcul.'AKCiil,  Lethbridge Gait Coal  Tho best valua for tbe money in tho -market  for .ill purposes  TJ3RM8 cash      W. P. Tikrney, General Agent  loloohoim H7.    tittle* w��h C, ��. .1. OiiriatTn.  COSfELJFS EXPRESS   AND-TRANSFER   Kig(rat;c ind CNproBs moved lo any part of Uio  citj.   Spcoial utlet'tion piven to he.ivy toiminjf.  Oliico coi nor Viutoi ii mid Ward ^ti opts. Telephone 1.1. XV. A. COSTKLLO, .Manager.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchanan's  A largo stock of ttrsd-class dry material on  hand, also a full line of sash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, ofco. >  Factory Work a Specialty  yard:  Foot of Hendryx streot. Nelson  TelejAoneill    Jof]|l   Ra6,   Ag6tlt  Palace iy{eat IVjar(\et  Headquarters  for'ail kinds of  Fresh and Cured Meats.  Head Office at  NELSON, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at Nelson, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Porks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Buteher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson E#   Q    TRAVES,   Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.        ,  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  CENTS  A Jcatmo will be made of tho poultry and  game trade. They will always be on iiand during their season.    ,  J. L.  PORTER, Prop.  1G9 Josephine St., between Baker and Vernon,  i Telephone 169.  ���A.,   JB3ISTS1?^;-A.j5r  Contracting Painters, Decoraiois.Paperhangcr'?.  Full lmo of wall papor, mouldings, etc,   Kalso-  niining and Tintinor.   Strictly flist-cUss work.  Ehtixnateb f iiiniahrd.   Residence Mill street,   MrrCftW    D    P  Opposite School HoUfae   iiiiLiOWl*, Dm V.  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM.   ,  25 CENTS TO 51  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  PEN'S HOTEL  . BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hoi Air.  &XXlZ_ZZZ_Z__Z-X-_XZZXZ~XXZ--XZ_ZX_XXXXZZXZ-___X_ZZZi:  JUST   ARRIVED  A Car Load of  Allen's Apple Cider.  u  ���1  u  a  HXXZXZZZZZZZZXZZZZZ_Z_ZZZ-XXZXZXXXZXZXZZZ_X_ZZXXZX_Xt'.  THORPE  &  CO.  _xii  W. Starmer Sniith & Co.  NOTICE OF MEETING OF ST0GKK0LDERS.  Notice islipiehj f-ivon th.il l-jjon tlio 2'i'd d.iv  ofjnlj A I) , I'*)', .it 1(1 o�� lock,i. in a' thcrnni  ILiioNofliic m.S'elsnn. Ii U. tlinc ��\i)l be hold n  imwinifj of I lie- stoi lvltohlets ol tlio (loldoii'Iulo  Miniii'; t'oiiip.n y, a uirpoiatmn, fortlin purpose  o (onsidciitiK.i pio|in<.ilion lo 'ioU the Ooltlen-  il.ilc and \ niinir Dominion ininoi.il claims (urou n  panted) -.Itu ilc.abotil rom jmln^f-onlliof NiiNim,  Hntish Coluinbi.i in W'i'ht ftnot^Ti.vy Minmjr ])i.,  diet Huti-.li Cuhunbi.i, io p.ij tho out-,L.iiHhi){-  indubtt dne-v. of -.ml ootidjiiiv.  (tOLUKN'DALK .MI-.1N-3 OOMi'AVV,  H. V. V. Idi ..-ocretuiy.  Dated this ll(h daj ol Jmie, A. 1>, 1<XK1.  NOTICE.  ViiIicij is hciebj ki\ Oil that I ntdiil loapph .it.  tlio Iirst meet ing of (hit bund of license eimmus'-  ioiiois fi.r the Lily of Nolson hold llnr'\ d.ijs  lifter (he d.ile hoi cot, foi le,i\e to (i.insfor the  liROilso tiov\ he'd bj iire foi .in hotel known ns  the Velhon House, situate on lot. JO block 1, to A.  11. Clements .md Kobert iteib oror,  8. WiriTE.  Dated this 2nd day of June, 1900.  DR. ALEX  FORJN  Ort icn:   IIousion Bia.ch,  Jlanuf.icturers of and  dcilcis in II irne-is, Pack  and Srook Saddles A.para-  iocs, Collars, Biidlcs and  Whips.  Nelson Harness Shop  Hall Stroet, Nelson.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Offlco Ward Street Ol/posiffl Opera Honso  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON. 13. C.  A boarding and day school conducted by the  Sisters of St. Joseph ot Pence. It is situated at  the corner of Mill and Josephine street!! in one of  the best ic&idential portions of Nolson, and is  easily accessible fi om ��11 parth of the city.  The com so of htudy includes tho fundamental  and higher brat*eho.s of thorough English education:    Business   course���bookkeeping,   ptenog-  Large comfortable bedrooms and  flrst-olaps  dinlBg-room. Sample rooms for commej��ciai men,  RATES $2 PER DAY  Having Purchased  the Business  Of Fred J. Squire, merchant  tailor, Nelson, I intend to  continue the business so as  to keep the patronag-e of all  Mr/Squire's old patrons and  get a share" of the general  trade. I am now prepared  to show the latest styles in  - all lines of spring goods. A  special line on hand at $25  per suit. All other lines at  low rates. None but Union  labor employed.  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker Streot.  FltKD J. SQUIItK. Manager.  raphy ard.tjpewiitiiig.  Science cours.o���musict  Plain art  phi-     . ... ���      .      ._    vocal and instrumental, drawing, oto,  and needlework, etc.  For terms and particulars apply to tho Sister  Superior.  Notice of Application for a  Certificate of Improvements.  B'torcr.v Hi 1.1, MiNr.nM.Cr.MM, situatei.v tjib  ���AI.VMYOKl'I*. SIININ'fl DlWblO.V ov WrsT  KOOITNAY DlSI Kit I", A.VI) lJMAH'D ABOUT  TWO MII.I.S SOUIIIUl SI OT AlN'SWOimi, ADJOINING 1111. AllKASblS, UN'Iir.D AND UNION  Ml.VI.HH. C MIMSt.  Take notice that I, R. E. YnnnB. (aciing as  a��cnt foi K". .1. Itobcrls free nnncr'u ccrtillcate  special No (kSI, and Anna O. Bucklcv. fiee  minLi*r3cuititlc.ilo No H. ll.W) free ininci's cer-  (iilciilo ^o B 13,UB, uitencl, -,i\tj days fiom tlio  d.ilehc'irof, to,ipp]> to lln mining rccoidcr for  a cfcititlc.Ue of irnpio\cnicnth, for thn imipo<!e o  o'ltaiimijj a. erm\n jfi'anl of tho .ibo\e claim.  And further take notice that fiction, under spc  tion SI, ni\iht be comincnced before Uio issuance  of mich cei tilicate of improvemontH.  Dated this 21Utday of Aorit. A. I).. li��0.  B. B. YOUJVG. P.LA  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING    .  Wagon repairing promptly attondod to by a  first-ol��Hs wheelwrighU  Special attention Riven to all kinds of repair-  leg and onstom work from ontsido points.  Shop:   Hall 6-t.. between llaker and Ternon  l��|rsH E. 0. Clarke, Prop.  I.ATK OV THK AOYAL HOTj:r��� CALGARY  MEN~WANTED  KKX) men wanted to unload Cuiran's  BIG SCHOONERS  Kootenay Steam Lanndry-  BKWBERC & SWEDBEFjC  yr.oi'KinioKS  The only steam laundry in Nelson employing union labor  A. LARSON, Manager  Uecr or Half nnil-lmlf onh*  C(J(��Jj  1  FltKSH  AT THK  The only good Beer in Nelson  ouse  Baker and Waid  Streets, Kelson  alley, J. P.  NOTARY PUBLIC  Office *.-ith C. W. West & Co., corner Hall and  Baker streets.  City office of the Nelson Sodawater Factory.  GENERAL BROKER  ������ The only hotel in Nelson that has remained  Tinder one management since 1890.  The bed-rooms aro well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  The bar is always stocked _j tho best dom Ef-  tio and imported liquors and cigars.  ~     THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  T  Hard Coal  Anthracite  GREAT REDUCTION  S9.65|gosr'8N0h6   S8.1S  DBLIVSRED  TKLfiFJTONK  33  >.   Co  EEIE, B. G.  Three dwelling houses for sale on easy terms.  Ono lot  on   Stanley  street,  opposite Royal  hotel, for tale at a bargain.  Ono soven-roomed hou&e and oao fcbxeo-room  house for rent.  See /1WKABLB  First-class In every respect. Choicest Wine*!,  liquors and cigars. Every comfort for transient  and resident guests.  .HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSEPH CAMPBELL, Proprietor.  SLOGAN -JUNCTION HOTEL  .1. II. Mi-JIAXUS, Manager.  MERCHANT  TAILOR  ,Removed to Bakor Sticet, opposite the Queen's  rTreiste^r^co:  BKEWKKS AND B01TI.KR8 OF  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery to tho trade  Brewery ai Nelson  Bar slocked with best brands of lsines, liquors,  and Cigars.   Jlcer ou draught.   Large comfort- i  able rooms.   I<*irst clash Uible hoard. "  Nelson   Wine   Oo.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS MA  Special attention given to family trade  Telephone 93 CO AM if  Baker street. rarlUJl  ker street,  Nelson, B. C,  MANABICR  ��� - iS&ja^ijgajKSJ&fi^L  :��S��  .-.ft i^ifl,'r"-.a* ;-*s��r-i r-ii^i-l )\ THE TRIBUNE:  NELSOK B. C, SATURDAY; JTIXE IT,, 1900  fiixi-2i3i:iirzi33.xxi::i:  SOLE  ACiKVTS  ______x___li  ti  *r;)ii*.nuTn:i:ic.'iv-s  l'AlTIiBNH  ��zz-_r.__-_z_z__x-2-zz_zzz--z  rmqaaarajTft^vr'f^rlTiCT^  *8  KKMNANTS of B  �� 1'HINTij. IliBBOXS. OIL- 8  �� CLOTHS, BMBROIDEItY fi  g HALF PRICE ��  ttiumiirixixxxiiniiiiiiixrtiiiin  ANNUAL SPRING AND SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE  ^ g?  We will offer special bargains in all departments at this, our annual sale.   Prices never  before equalled in this city.   Sale commencing Wednesday, June 20th.  \___*__f__-__i---a__imrsfa  COMFORT H05E  HOSIERY  Children's  nnd Ladies'  famonslleins-  dorf dye-fast  black hose,  per pair 15c.  two pair 25c  Ladies' ties  ���Made tie?,  bows, scarfs,  and stocks at  half price.  BARGAINS IN SHIRT WAISTS  GLOVES  Special line of Kid Gloves at 75c  per pair, guaranteed.  .Silk and Nearsuedo Gloves. Just  the thing for hot weather.  LADIES'  BELTS  Sample lines  of Ladies' Leather,  Silk and Elastic Belts at ..... .25c  HAND KERCHIEFS  Ladies' -"White, Hem-Stitched  Handkerchiefs, per  do*/,   50c  WRAPPERS  ESGS  LADIES' CORSETS  Latest .1.900 Spring and Summer  Style Shirt Waists, less than cost,  from 50c up. -..���������...  CHILDREN'S  DEPARTMENT  In Ladies Corsets we lead as to  well assorted stock of the best  makes and styles. We carry the  best makes obtainable, whicli dnr-  LADIES' CORSET COVERS  .*>  The latest styles and patterns iu  Washing Pi int. Lawn, and Sateen,  at gteatly reduced prices.  CAPES AND   JACKETS  Ladies Silk and Chiffon Jetted  Cnpes at half price.  Feather Boas at cost.  Ladies Lawn Dressing Jackets,  L'nvn and Musliu Aprons, oach 25e  Children's    White   aud    Muslin  Dresses in all sizes.  Children's Undervests.  10c each  and up.  Hose Suspenders, per pair.   . .15c  CHILDREN'S   DRESSES  DRESS DEPARTMENT  In this department avc not only  lead but we excel, with some of the  finest lines ever shown in this city,  wliich we offer at great reduction of  price.  Black cretons at half price.  Silk creton at cost price.  Black and navy dress serges from  35c yard up.  Special bargains, from 20c each  up; also ladies' summer vests at 10c  each, 3 for 25c each, worth 20c each.  LADIES' NIGHT DRESSES  ing our sale we will offer at prices  from 50c per pair up to $4.50.  R & G, P D, D & A, and Orompton  Glove-Fitting. Our Summer Corsets  at 45c salo price.  Ladies' Alpaca and1 Serge Dress  Shirts, half-price, each $ 2.00  - Linen, Pique, Lawn, Musliu and  Silk Shirt Waists at half-price..  '    -     DRESS   SKIRTS  COSTUMES  Ladies Heady-Made Costumes and  Dresses. Suits in the Latest Styles  and  Cloths, afc  half-price, to clear.  ___S___-B_2-_-3E2n-__--__2_-*__Z__S_  fr'h    L-r~''_  rW'f\  ���"Vi -I ���    ' '  Ladies' Crash, Pique, Linen, Cam-  brie*, Duck and Muslin Heady-Made  Dress Skirts in latest styles. We  will sell, during sale, away down,  at reduced prices.  See our Ladies' Black ' Grepon  Press Skirts, in the latest up-to-  date styles.  Corset  Special  Make   for  stout  women.  Short Dresses for Children from  one year to five years, from 25e  each and up.  White Drawers iu all sizes, from  25e per pair up.  _ White Shirts with bands. Children's Night-Dresses in all sizes from  45c each up.  MUSLIN   PINAFORES  We have several lines which we  will sell at our sale from 40c to 75c  each.  Special bargains-to clear iu lines  of chemise7  White underskirts 50c each up.  We will offer ladies' silk underwear dining our sale at cost.  We will sell during sale reliable  Magnetic Corsets, at $1.25  PARASOLS,   ETC  LADIES' DRAWERS  A small lot at 25e and 35c per pair.  Prints per yard.  White pique per yard    .  Cambric per yard...  Muslin per yaul .   ,.'...,  Duck per yard   Gingham per yard       .   .  Table linen per yard    .  Linen napkins per dozen  Big reductions in towels aud  towling, sheeting and pillow cotton.  Sideboard cloth?, pillow shams and  toilet covers.  . j 0c up  . 10c up  10ciip  10c up  . J Oc up  . 10c up  .  25c  .$1  CHILDREN'S CORSET WAISTS  Muslin    Pinafores   for   Children  between one and five years.  INFANTS'   SLIP   DRESSES  All Children's and Ladies' Parasols and Sunshades at less than  cost.    Umbrellas from 50c each up.  Ladies and Children's Mackintoshes afc cost.  BOW TIES  All the latest, styles and designs  in neckwear.  HOSE  Comfort half  ho-,o in cotton,  lisle, cashmere  and silk.  COMFORT HALFHOSE  i-Hamiltoni^ons  Silks suitable for waist patterns.  Our sale pi ices will be one half.  Black satin, silks and' biocade  silks. We ask your careful inspection as we bought those goods direct  from the factory before the last  big advance of market. We will  offer fchein at bargain prices, away  down.  French organdie.  Silk stripe muslin.  Silk brocades and satins for evening wear at co.-it.  English f_oom  Children's. Corset Waists, for  Children from one to !5 years, from  35c per pair up.  MEN'S  DRESS   SHIRTS  Infants Long Slip Dresses, 75c  each and up.  Foot Blanket?, Shoulder Shawls,  Bibs, Booties, Napkins, Bands, Bonnets, etc.  11  OPEN BACK &  FRONT  HATS  Latest New cYoik  hats in deiby =  aud fedoras in till the leading styles  and qualities.  MILLINERY  -\1! lints and shapes at half price.  Children's   straw   hats   bonuet-s  and tains at half price.  HOUSE FURNISHINGS  Its thit> department we cairy a  complete line of carpets, nigs, linoleum and floor' oilcloths, from 25e  a yard up. Special sale prices on  all cat pets during sale will be cost  price: also in curtains, portieres,  table covers and curtain poles.  REMEMBER THIS SALE BEGINS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20th  ITX__XSZ-ZZ1ZZX-X-Z1ZZ_-XZXZ_T_VZXZZ1  jj AM, CA �� PUTS H  if      . SEWN b  I] AND LAW  | '-.  Fl.:lBE OK* CHAiiOJfl  hsxtz__jxtzxiiTzti___tzz__ix  &ZZXZ.ZXX-X-ZZZZZ~1XZXZXZ_ZXXSZ_)  jj    WP.ll'K 1*011 s \1\IPLKS  ii orAiittvi-  3 coons  HKKOUK WALK  L  _*���_.*_*-, ��� ~.���- jjj-at��iiea A^asganygj-jB-^ kx__w.jm..a��w   &,��* .���.  v*4   ^>^*-^p3^*3[SSW��E THE TEIBUNE:. NELSON, B. C. SATURDAY JUNE IC 1900  ubber Gloves  FOR WOMEN AND MEN  The proper thing for spring house-  cleaning and gardening  F  itur  s  To make your Furniture look as good_  as new, try our  "FRENCH FURNITURE POLISH."  ���       _&-    9  Victoria Block, Corner Baker and Josephine Streets  DRUGS AND ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES  W  iti  to  to  to  to  to  to  -to  to  to  to  to  iti  to  to  to  to  to  iti  iti  to  to  iti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  us*  0 ���*>���**������ __\ ��� _z_ **��� __> ��� i_* ��� __*_ - _-����� __\ ��� >  (jX. *r- ��?��� *��k ��� *����� ��� ����� ��r> *r. ����� ��=?��� ��r. ���.  Wh  Be-  y do we dispose of our  Goods so quickly?  ause we always have  The Best Goods  The Latest Goods  The Largest Stcck  The 'Neatest Goods  The Right Prices,  The   Obliging  Our Watchmaking and Jewelry Department has  no equal in the province.  The Leading Jeweler  -0_t-^.    s��-i_f*ii.__f-_mi-_-'-0-.-m*-**-^  '���__-__9.___\___\'^.  .  ������_9'JS"S��-^'-^r^t  ^r  ffl  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ���ffl.  and        to  Clerks iti  to  to  to  to  iti  to  . iti  iti  to  iti  to  to  to  to  to  iti  to  to  to  to'  ffl  Baker Street, Nelson $  ____. ��*. _n_. ^. _*>. fg. ______ __^. fi*. ___*. __*. ��*&.  Our Clearance Sale  of Dry Goods  Is still on and will be'.continued until all is sold. Linen for skirts  at ,10, 16, and 20 cents per yard; White Dre,ss .Duck, regular 20c  goods, sale price I2|c per yard; regular 25c goods,'sale price 15c;  White Pique at 15, "20 and 25 cents. A large range of Underskirts from $1 up.   All other dry goods sold at proportionate prices.  A. FERLAND & CO.  '    , ELLIOT BLOCK, BAKER STREET.  WJE BECOGNIZE THE FACT  '     r        - 7-  That in catering to Uio people of Nefcon  , and distnet in lhe lines of  eas and Coffee  "We ism"*! hn\pnn nrficlc nr<-ly-cl.ib-in cvoiy'ic^puut. Wo iiavc mi-en flieso lines our undivided  utte'itio'i.as aiciiilt of \.lucli wu have-succeeded in '���ceiiiing tin aidce in both lii-os. ���ninth for  (-Utility, (l.nur nnd excellence h.ive no k-iiiiI. Wo oof\ compelis'in. Ih<\\ c.initot be sinjussod and  ua-biiot b*t duplicated. After a I rial j on will li.nc no other. Kor tjoud {."cod:, .it loasoimb'c /Iguiss  try us.   QLAL1TY KIKST, LAST AND ALVWAWS.   Youn, foi bit-incs**.  The Western Mercantile Company, Limited  CITY LOCAL NEWS  .Tho O. P. It. yard gang i.s  to lose  lr.como'ivu So. KI iifciiin. but on t his occasion  Ihei'-i is no moiii'iii'ii-;, for ilio "pride of tbu vnid "  is t'i be ru*-il:icu(l by iS'o Klil. n brand lieu-Hinckley switcher, wliich has arrived and is lic-lnt;  ciiiplud up for active service. The Jlinelclcy  switcher is a llrsl-eliiss "mill," and Xo. loll will bu  easier to handle limn No. SSI. so that if she  proves powerful cuoii-jli the change will be a decided iinprovciiiunl.  Slose eulturo is becoming n. popular form of yardenin^ in .Nelson. The soil hero  s.ienis io he peculiarly adapted to Iho plants, and  I hey reach a hijxh state nf perfection. One of ihe  llnu-t assorimcnls in the cit.y can bu seen any  day af the resilience of John liaiuilton, Victoria  s'rocl. ^Ir. Hamilton has a tino bush of tho J'llnl  Xeron variety, which is lhe largest of the open  air varieties; of leu iiieasiiiiny live or six inches  in diameuir. Mo al-o has sonic beautiful Kui-  prtsiuf India. General .1 id s ar cl Gloria Purls.  K. \V. Drew and J. O'Shea. Vera in si ret, have  also a choice assortment of roses in hloom now.  It has been sn^gestcl that a lit:lo club comprising the liorfiuulMirists who inal'e a, specially of  roses would be pleasant and prolitable I'or the  members.  J.   P.   Vance,   assistant,   district  engineer of the C. P. P., is engaged in laying out  the new yard ill. tho depo*. A new track will be  built to enah'e the switch cnuino to unload  barges without interfering with the main lice.  The  contractors  on tlio Balfour  extension arc hpgimiing to move their outllts.  All the i .-imps aro I'lioogh work,.with one or  two exceptions, af the Prccter end of the line.  A.  S.  Steven?, port;  engineer of  the O. P. It. (I��et. is expected home from Naku-p  todav. He Iris been ^upn'intending the overhauling of the steamer Kcotcn.i''s engines.  Piivafce advices from Vancouver  M ile fh.it the building strike in that cit' has  1) cn do'j.uod oil The slnkc was the icsult of a  dihciLiiee between the lu.ikl.ijer> and mason-,  .md the i-onn.ii.iot-> The in n tl< nimcled Jtil  e nls ji i hour but, conipioinised fu- 50 cent1-.  The sri ike has been on for ,i uoiijdc of month's.  The Kootenay Cigar Manufacturing Coiiip.iny has iiifioritiicd a new bi.ind of  goodi iu the shape nl cigaiettes iii.iiiuf.ietuiod m  Kingston, .I.imaica. 'Ihe tiller is ot natiie  tobacco, wlui h closely le-omhlcs lino Cuban  sloilc, and can be dis ingiished only bj an expel t.  An examination of the defendant  foi di^to\eiy in the mining suit of "McLaren \s.  killings look ]il.iee nl the ci urt, house je��.terd,iy  hefote (he icgisti.il ol the <-upicnic comt. "\l,ic-  donald-c ���lolni'-oii appfaung tiu the plamiiti .md  JiowuaiS: ANuid foi defendant.  John iMcMartin, the popular j-ail-  inad eontiactor, h.is eeciiir(l an lAtcn-ivo contract on the Algoni.i ('entr.il l.nlw.iv, nnd wned  jc-terday to his Nelson repicsentative to have  In-, out lit lot wanted at once, \t Inch will be done  Jit. jUcM.ulin has lust concluded a section of  the Pui our extension.  A mysterious fire  occurivd at a  house in the alloy bet ween Vicfori i and S.ii ;x  BUSIWJESS   MENTION.  Wanted--situation by  a eompe-  ten' genei'dl scr\ant. Ocod cook. Address If.  P.. Tiilmne oflice.  For y-alc��� 171 square yards of  goad l.iwn tHif of five jeat-o giowth. can bof-ecn.  JfiiQtiiic of JMi. Cintio, (iicliltecl, Pakcr htieet,  Nelson.  Wanted -by   a   young   lady,   a  position nssteiiojri.iphe** find tjpewritor. Good  o.\peiience. Apply Stonognipho,-; po-tolhoo bo-c  !;, Xelson.  Wanted���for sawmill and factory  a shingle iouites, 1 tlh iran and f.u'loij machine  hand. Also a good turner. Appli to (.!. O. J'u-  clta.natl, Nelson or ICa=io.  Wanted���at once  bewmg  alii app>entices to le.ii'n drc-siiiikuig.  to Jluss MiiJIilUn, Victoria block.  girls,  Apply  BAKKR ST.  GROCERS  NKLSON  Just-Re<  ��� ��� ���  A large consignment of the latest  styles of hats, union and custom  made.    Clothing   for bargains  at  IBS  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  THEOM  CLOTHING   HOUSE.  WHY BUY CANNED FRUITS?  We Have the Strawberries,  and Fruit Jars.  Telephone Id.  P. O. BOX 175.  HOUSTON BLOCK.  Car Load of hake of tho Wood-.  Mom* .lust Received.  >  John r\, lmr\g & Go  S  Lots of them in the city water.   Get ono of our filters  on trial.   Prices 40 cents, $1.25 and $1.75.  OPPOSITE POSTOFi'VCK  ST*?ACHAN   BROTHERS.  ASK YOUR GROCESR FOR THE CELEBRATED  Five-room house und lot for sale.  I'nce $IM. Applj to Nci-op lia/ruir, Tremont  blo< k.  To llenb���House and two lots on  ('.iibii'.ilo ilseel, ue\t ooor lo ui.ijor Houston,  Seven rooms lutd Ijafhiootn, hoi nnd cold "watov.  bilhv, etc. It Ii.w jic-t been icp.i'ied and kaj  somi'ied. Tlutfi doll.tt- per iiionfh. Taylor &  IIiiiinui'jLou.  Jiouse tu Let���Fiinrih-hrd  or  un-  t'limslied���'['lnee bodtooiu-. dininy room, dtaw-  inir room, winvk inoin, ball nml l.itclicn Kor  fnll paiticu! ir-itippl'" lo.i. L. Vanstone. bicker.  For Mile���Stock and   fixtures oi'  Ihc >'e\s>') n.iAUir nmnmiliiig to ubotit lour  hund'cd dullnit-.  Furnished  rooms   to  let���.Apply  Catncj bl'iok, ore door ca-( of Oddfellow's hill.  ���Hack eaHa -left at���the���Fttcifie  Ti.tusfer bam on Voiilun htieet. Telephone  eaM -���!.')  streets, behind the lire hall, owned by .luoob  Green. Tiie lilniio started on the lloov in an  apartment .occupied by a. loonier named Jtnndall,  and burned its wnv inlo his trunk, destroying  tlio content.". Then" the lire was discovered and  extinguished, but tbe origin of the blaze is unknown.  Dr.  F.  W.  Fwing   will   shortly  close his hospital at Nine-mile point, its usefulness havin-*' imssod as the railroad camps were  shut down One patient, remains, and lie will be  accommodated in the city.  James Black, oue  of the pioneer  prospectors of Kootonay, was in Nelson yesterday, lie is now a resident of the new town of  Olalln. in the new niiiiin-,' district of Vale, and  says that satisfactory progress is being made  over I here.  .1.   Fred   Hume  has  decided   to  build a row of tenement houses on the corner of  Mines road and Stanley street. There will be  seven houses under one roof, live fronting on  Mines road and two on Stanley street.  A shuJTle lias taken  place within  the past few d.a- s amonf,' the C. V. It. yard stall'.  ViirdiiHvter <>. ilvie i.s niirsintchis broken ley nnd  hi- duties are lieiiifj performed by \\". (ioodcluvo,  the nijjlit, boss, who in turn is succeeded by V.  Cl'irhin. Kntjineer I'lakney, who ope-ated the  tlio switch ony-ine is runnbit,' freight lompomrily  aiid Tom Mo.Ystacker la tiring nil the itobson  passenger I rain.  .7. II. I'rock, nianagitig director of  the Great West insurance Company, lea*.es today or tonioi row for Winnipeg, bavin?? completed  his inspection of the company's agencies iu tho  province, .itir. i'rock was in Nelson a year ago  and he was surprised and pleased to note Ihc  prepress made by the eity since thai, time. lie  s ai.es that, nis company has unbounded eonll-  dcuce in Nelson's future.  William P. Baker of Rossland has  filed ii notice at the mining recorder's ollice notifying the public that a cerlain bill of sale bj- him  to Gu*>rge II. Ureen in respect to a half interest  iu thu Viloct mineral claim was made without  any considerai io-, and !hat he i.s still the owner  of the interest in question. ^  The   steam launch   Flirt,  which  eaptnin Troup has cliartercd for the summer  has been relitting at the 0. i\ II. shipyard for  several days and is now in shape for regular u-e.  Shu j an to Kokanee creek ye-tordny, o-erything  going smoothly. The dirt was originally one of  the neatest launches on I he lakes and by all odds  tliii fastest, her engines being triple expansiun  and a reproduction in miniature of llie engines  on the Kmprosses plying ^between Vancouver  and the Orient. She is registered al Lloyds,  Kn/land.          At the Recorder's Office.  The mining records entered yes-  terday were: Transfers a quarter  interest in the rYee Silver. Silver  Ft action, Fairview. Ruby, Victor.  Emerald and Porcupine No. 2 aud  Royal mineial claims in the Nelson  dbtrict from U. F. Bennett of  Salmo to Thomas Bennett of tiie  same place: certificates of work, to  Gns Schwitike, on the Bine Star, to  W. McGimpsey on the White Star  and Strongford; to Thomas Bennett  on the Ruby, Free Silver. Royal,  Fairview, Galena, Headland, Busy  Bee, Old Colony and Silver Fraction: to Gns Schwinke ou the Potsdam, and to J. JJ. Baxter on the  Caledonia; ' location", Argosy and  Strand, 8 miles southeast of Ymir,  by lid ward Peteis and William  Bennett; the Hidden Treasure, on  Sheep cieek, by John Danielson.  HE GREAT  s    ���*���<  ENGLISH-AMERICAN  Coming cn its' Gwrj Palace Trails  Will be in ffefson on  THURSDAY,  JUNE 21st  IF YOU DO THE  ' RIGHT THING  You will inspect our splendid  line of STERLING SILVER  and CUT GLASS. We are  closing out ali pieces bought  of the Canada Drug & Book  Co. at redicously low prices  SPECIAL   EXCUK3IOM"   RATES.  Will lie m.iilu ljy nil in.ilrnn.'W iiml* ftouiiicr  Hues irom Slocan ( it}*. Silvei'ton, Sow llenvw,  Thiisc l'*m kn, h.inilnii, ICnslo.iind nil iiilci'incilliUu  putnUiOf one fine fur iuu'kI tii)>. On mile Juno  2Nt, -,'00(1 'oiotnin .hinciUmlt  ESTABLISHED 1892  ESTABLISHED 1892  HARDWARE  Garden, Mill, Steam and Suction  Hose.  Crucible   Cast  Steel   Wire Rope  5-16 to 1-in. in  stock.  Leather and  Rubber Belting.  Sheet, Square and Round Rubber  Flax and Garlock Packing  Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Rails  Black and Galvanized Sheet Iron  Soft Steel Plates  1-8, 3-16 and 1-4 x 72, 96 and 120  -Agents���Trims Ore Cars, tJiniit. Powder, and 31et-  ro-iolitnii Kline, etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NKLSON  KASLO  SANDON  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  DERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE & CO., LIMITED.���Corner Vornon  and Cedar s-.rccis, Nelson, lnnniifnctuiert.  of and wholesale dcalors in lorated waters and  fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone 00.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TEETZEL & CO.���Corner J'aker and  ��� Josophino strcetR, Nelson, wholesalo dealers in assayers supplies. Agents for Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  CO.���Corner Baker and Hall streots, Nel  son, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Kooto  nay JJello" brands of cigars.  COMMISSION  MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS & CO.���Baker stroet, Nelson  ��� wholesale doalers in liquors, cigars,  coment, firo brick and fire clay, water pipe and  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTKVAV ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION COM PAN Y���\Vholi"--ilodcaI-  eis in telephones, .innunci.itois. bells, batteries,  iixtmc", eto , Houston block, Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN - KER MILLING COMPANY  ���Oeietilt., Flour. Grain, Hay. Hmight or  mixed cars shipped to all Kootenai' PoinU.  Gi.iini>ie\.itoisnt.illpiinmpnl points on Calg.ny-  Ediiionton R. R. Mills al. Victoria, New Westminster, and Edmonton, Albort.i,  TAYLOR I-'KKD & PRODUCE CO.-Unkor  street, Nelson (Ocoige V. Motion's, old  stand), Klonr, 1-eed, Grain, Hay and- Pioduce.  Car lots a specially. Coiiespondonte solicilcd.  Phone 20.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P    BURNS &   CO.���Baker   street,   Nolson,  ���   wholesalo dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storage.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.-Corncr Eront and  ���_ Hall streets, wholesale grocers and  jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinaws and miners' sundries.  KOOTENAY SUPPLY -COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   stieot,  Nelson,   wholosale  grocers.  "fOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-Front streot, Nel-  "    son, wholesale giocers.  PR. STEWART & CO.���Warehouses on C. P.  ��� R. track, fooo of Stanley street. Nelson,  wholosalo dealers in provisions, produce and  fruits. Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co.'s  bacon, hams, lard and other products.  Prices from $10 to $30  LAWRENCE HARDWAR  i-��-&-&-&-��-&-3��-&C:&&'��: ���^'^B'^'^'^'^^'*-^-^^^-.  ty   185 Baker Street. Telephone 10.   to  KIRKPATRICK  &  WILSON.  to  to  to  -Front street^ Nelson,  in   provisior^   cured  T   Y. GRIFFIN & CO.  " ���   wholesale   dealers  rmeats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES!  H BYERS & CO.���Coiner Baker and Josephine  ��� streots, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies. Agcnte for Giant  Powdei Co. v  -T AWRENOE HARD\VARB~~COMPANY���  A-J Baker St., Nolson, wholosale dealers in  haidware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.   TTANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY  * LIMITED���Raker street, Nelson, wholesalo  dealers in hard vyaro and mining mipplies. plumbers and tinsmithe' Bupplics. Atrnnts Ontario  W'orki.              LIQUORS AND DRY GOOdX  TURNER, feEETON & CO.���Corner Vernon  and Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale  dealers in liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee nnd Cal-  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.   PAINTS   AND   OILS. *  NELSON HARDWARE COMPANY-Baker  Streot���Wholesalo dealers in paints, oils,  and brushes of all kinds. Largest stock in  Kootonay.   POWDER,' CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street, Nelson, maiufacturcr'i of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  v\ holes-ilc dealers in caps and fuse, ard electric  blasting apparatus,���       ~  SASH" AND DOORS!  NTKLSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS?,  " LIMJTED-Corner Front and Hall streets,  Nelson, nianufaoturerti of and wholesale dealers  in sash and doois; all kinds of factory work made  to order. ^   -TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  NELSON TKNT AND AWNING FACTORY-  Biiker streot, Nelson, Mauufuctureis of all  kind.s of lcnl.s, tusning'-, and envas goodn,  P, O. licit 7U.   Thou, MmHoti, nropnutor.   WINES AND CIGARS.  ALIFORNIA    WINE   COMPANY,    LIMI-  TK]>���Corner Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers tn winos (case and bulk)  and domestic and ImportoS clgarp.  to  to  to  to  iti  to  ty We have removed our place of business ty  to for the next few months to the old Burns ffl  ^ shop, next to the Nelson Hotel, where we J|J  ty hope to see all our old customers and many to  to   new ones.   Give us a call. to  to to  xti   to  ffl KIRKPATRICK & WILSON f  ffl to  ffl  m .    . ffl  ift   Telephone IO 185 Baker Street Q',  VM4 Ms  ^'S ���*����������'-t^ * a'^'-^-a'S1'^?'-vi?* ^5) ___\___\___\_^&i___i___\___:^-S_____i__^4^  '~*-_*-*wi-'"iai-��*->*'?!S>J_*i-f-*>-i* 8r- ar- ST-' SI*: ST 8?- ��J-��: SJ". ��T- Sf.' SS*  w      . .       *   %  ffl  ffl  ffl  B-  We have just received a. large  consignment of Stetson hats in  all the latest shapes and styles,  also hats from some of the best  .English makers, including  Christy's celebrated hard hats,  which we are selling at prices  to suit everybody.   ,  n  i  0  Place _ Your  Orders   for  WE MAKE  A, SPECIAL   FEATURE  OP  DECORATIVE  SIGN PAINTING  JEWELER  ITS Baker Street  \f__BBI__-_$_-_��_-__-____-_  Nelson, H. V.  vs_es__s__aa_____i  B  The Best that Money can Buy.     Take no Other.  Manufactured by tho nrackman-Ker Milling Co, Ltd.  Victoria, Vancouver, WcHtiniiiBter, Kdmortton, Itoaslancl, Nolson,  DOMINION DAV BANNERS  T. O .Skillio, M.-n pninttr for W.,t. Mnrplij-,  ici-ucst-. all wlw jiitond to I.ik<i ji.ii I in tliy  Trades J'rocfiNsion on Ihuiiiniori I'nj lo send in  theft- oider? .is ijuitkl/ as jio-sible. jLiu.tjC.ir  mail}- ^\er<; ilimpjiMiiitort tluoiiKl' "ot lilaciilfr  thoirordcrrfo.uli onougli. tBlioj' i" tlio ie.ir of  (lie ilurnH Jilock.  'aintini  S  anxieps  s  When turned out by our artist are works of art. They will add to the appearance of your display. Poor work will detract from it. We will assist you in  determining what you want.   Give us plenty oi time by placing orders at onee.  F. J. BRADLEY &' CO.  (AQT  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  y  217 and  219 Baker Street  i���_i&  m  '<_~''(_3-(S>'(__''&___<T^?^7}_.  FOR  Colored Lamps  In  Red, Blue, Amber  and Green,  Kooteijay Electric Snppiy &  UUipilUbUUn   bU,    STIIBKT, NELSON  Gonier Josephine and Victoria Streets;-  Nelson, Britisit Columl)ia^  JUST ARRIVED  IN NELSON  R. P, RITHET & CO., Ltd.      A. n.  CARLOAD  CANADIAN WHISKIES  Jji'-liidiiiKbiilkJiiid case .Spagrain. 2,  and 7 j ear old.   Cus-e-s���Club rye. Masks  rye, Uoodtsrhuin & Worts Special: O &  ��Vr. ordinary���Whito Wheat "Wlil&ky.  OKAY, Hakcr St., Kootenay Rcprcsentalivo  J&  ���_^^'lf_^_^0i^^ifS^

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