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 S  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR  NELSON:  TUESDAY MORNING  JUNE" 12 J900.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  BARRIGADEDJ_PEKIN CITY  Situation No Better.  London, June 12.���5 a.m���The  last message out of Pekin to reach  London left there yesterday morning at .1.1 o'clock going by way of  the Russian telegraph through  Manchuria, tho Tien Tsin lines being  cut.    It is as follows :  "General Tuug, a Mohametan, extremely hosbileto foreigners, arrived  this morning and had a long audience with prince Tuan, father of  the heir apparent, who is seemingly  friendly to the Boxers. Prince Tuan  lias been appointed head of the for-  i igii oflice over. jirince  Ching, who  ,  is friendly towards foreigners.  \ "The dispatch of more marines  rwns in response to a telegram from  the ministers to the consuls at  Tien Tsin for additional troops.  Conveyances have left Pekin to  meet troops coming by the Iirst  train. ^  "The arrival of the empress dowager lias rendered the city some-  avhat more quiet than it has been  recently. The Protestants have  erected a barricade before the building in which they have taken refuge and they have a small guard.  Tho. Catholics are ��� concentrated  north of the cathedral, under the  protection of a French guard of 15.0;  "'���'men who will hold out to the end.  1 am convinced that Pekin is safe.  Ab; Tien Tsin, the viceroy finally  consented to furnish transportation  for a relief force  of 400  under an  '���'���������American commander. The partial  restoration of the railway is ex-  Tieeted to be effected by tomorrow.  IWpre massacres of Christians are  icported."  Shanghai, under yesterday's  d ite, cables that there has beeu  ���-.facet fighting in Pekin since early  Sunday aftei noon. The Russians  aio making large purchases of  <canned goods afc Shanghai, and  everything points to an outbreak  of hostilities. All British mission-  iiiieswill probably be oidcred to  lcturn quickly to the treaty ports.  Tho Shanghai conespondent of  the Daily Telegraph in a dispatch  bHVS:  "'The reports from the Vun Nan  Fu district say that the French  minister has telegraphed that a  ci isis is imminent, and he is advising all foreigners to evacuate Ytm  IS an."  All telegrams indicate that the  situation has not in the least improved. On the contrary the disorder has spread from the neighborhood of Pekin to the capital itself,  v hit'll is growing turbulent in anfci-  foieign demonstiatious. In addition to the burning of the Pekin  club, the secretary of the Belgian  legation has been roughly handled  in the streets. Hostile crowds continue to demonstrate against the  legations. Two thousand international troops ate approaching the  cifcyr and the advance guiud is due  to*arrive today (Tuesday). _ _  --The United States, iiccoiding to  despatches from Copenhagen, has  given a hearty adhesion to the  scheme for a European demonstration. The Russian minister in  Pekin, who also acts as the envoy  ol Denmark, is credited with having sent a despatch to bhe Danish  fmeign office to the effect that a  ^dei? onstration has been planned,  under the leadership of England  and Russia, in which all the groat  powers and several ^of the smaller  will take part.  " The latter are not called, upon  to send troops as there are enough  on the spot, but they are to be  asked to delegate tho right to hoist  their Hag to the great powers in  order that a demonstration may be  made or a battle fought under flags  of all Europe. Japan and the  United States have been informed  v and agreed to  the arrangements."  Her Majesty's Thanks..  Montreal., June- 11.���Her -Majesty, queen, Victoria,   has, cabled  her grateful  thanks for Canada's  congratulations on the fall .of Pre-  Paris, consequently injuring the  Liberal party by his pro-  French sentiments, which ~ he  seems to utter ever chance he has.  The Paris correspondent of the  Daily Chronicle says: "Mr. Tarte,  in his lecture at the Canadian section last week, conveyed the impression that the province of.  Quebec was anxious to adopt the  tri-color. ������ In commenting uponMr.  Tarte's indiscreetness, the correspondent of the Chronicle says it  would be a good idea for Mr. Tarte  not to forget that he has come to  France as a representative of the  Dominion of Canada and not of the  province of Quebec.  LATEST COMPLETE RETURNS  fol-  con-  com-  toria. TJiis is in response to the  motion made in the house of commons at Ottawa on Thursday night  ' by sir Wilfrid Laurier, seconded by  sir Charles Tupper.  Tarte's Disloyalty.  Toronto, June 11.���The Evening  Telegram's London correspondent  cables the following: "The opinion  among Canadians is that the Hon.  0-mel Tarte, Canadian minister of  ol' public works and chief commis-  Monc from the Dominion to the  Pal.* exposition, has been very nn-  tactful    in     his      speeches      in  Saturday's Voting.  Vancouver, June 11.���The  lowing    are    the, totals   in  stituencies from wliich   the  plete returns are to hand:  Cowichan ��� Dickie (Opposition)  1 OS; Ford (Government) 100.  Cariboo���Hunter (Independent)  286; Rogers (Independent) 289;  Kinchant (Provincial Party) 177;  Jones (Provincial Party) 201.  Delta���Forster (Provincial Party)  100; Berry (Conservative) 226;  Oliver (Government) 306.  , Dewdney-^- McBride (Conservative) 340; Whitham (Government)  285./; /:���."'.';'���?���.���   ;";' :;"::. .'C  Esquimalt���Hayward (Independ-  ant) 277; Pooley (Opposition) 235;  Fraser (Government) 74; Higgins  (Independent) 103; Bizants6n~(Gov-  erhnient)49. .���" W  Vancouver City.���Wilson, (Conservative) 1456; Tatlow (Conservative) 1063; Garden (Conservative)  1799; Wood (Conservative) 1349;  Martin (Government) 1737; McQueen (Government) 1392; McPherson (Government) 1433; Gilmour  (Government) 1402; Dixon (Labor)  856; Cotton (Provincial Party) 809;  Williams (Labor) 726; MacCIa in (Labor) 684.  West Kootenay, Rossland, ���  Mackintosh=, (Conservative) 1285;  Curtis (Government) 1321.  West Kootenay,���Nelson. ���Houston (Provincial Party) 742; Fletch-'  er (Conservative) 507; Hall (Liberal)  292.  West Kootenay, Slocan.���Green  (Provincial Party) 644; Keen (Conservative) 378; Kane (Government)  166.  Yale, North.���Deane (Provincial  Party) 387; Fulton (Conservative)  506; Palmer (Government) 104.  Yale, West���Murphy (Provincial  Farty) 351; Beebe (Government) 152.  East Kootenay, South���Fernie  (Independent) 380; Costigan (Conservative) 169"; E. C. Smith (Govei nment) 123.  East Kootenay, North���Wells  (Provincial Party) 241 ; -Armstrong  (Conservative) 118; Burnett (Government) 77.   '  West Kootenay, Revelstoke���  Taylor (Conservative) 504; McRae  (Liberal) 355.  Lillooet,   West ��� R. S.  Skinner  (Conservative)   83 ;_A. _W. Smith-  opposition) 135; Lachoie (Government) 7.  Lillooet, East���Prentice (Independent) 165; Gxaham (Government)  43.  Nanaimo City���R. Smith (Labor)  753; Yates (Government) 80.  New Westminster ���Reid (Conservative) 541; Brown (Government)  629.  North Nanaimo���Bryden (Opposition) 195; Dixon (Labor) 73; Mclnnes (Government) 238.  North Victoria���Booth (Opposition) 123; White (Government)  117; Robertson (Independent) 41.  Arietoria, , south���Eberts (Opposition) 259; Sangsfcer (Government)  208.  Victoria City���Turner (Opposition) 1803;' Helmcken (Opposition)  2010; McPhillips. (Opposition) 1729;  Hall (Opposition) 1927; Martin  (Government)-1644; Yates (Government) 1504; Beck with (Government)  141S; Brown (Government) 1510.  MUCH   MINING   ACTIVITY  In the Slocan.  Kaslo, June 11.���Some excitement was caused in town today by  the report that four feet of, clean  ore had been struck on the Ruth  hill. W. McAdam of the Paystreak,  who came down from Sandon, confirmed the news and says that it is  the best find that has been made  this summer. Mike Kerlin is the  lucky man. He owns the Mascot,  which, with the Surprise, he located  in 1892 along with Alex Waddell.  These two men made the first locations on Ruth hill, and during; the  past1 few years they have done considerable work on their claims.  Last June they bonded the property  to George Alexander, the local representative of the Ruth, the Jackson mines, the Kootenay Ore Company and other English concerns.  However the bond was thrown up  as nothing of value could be found.  The Hope, one of the Ruth company's claims, adjoins the Mascot,  and the new discovery was made so  close to the side lines that it will be  necessary to have a survey made in  order .to find out on which .claim  the outcrop is. It seems as if the  ledge will be found on both claims.  There is a curious story related  of this find. Strange as it "may  seem the top of the ledge was shot  off and ore blown out by the  graders on the Ivanhoe trail yet nobody noticed it at the time. Ker-  lin's partner is now in the Kettle  river country where he is developing some copper claims. He has  been sent for sO that extensive development, work may be planned.  Last week a number of men came  down from the Slocan Star mine  and considerable comment was  heard as to what this indicated.  Some people feared that the Byron  N. White Company  general superintendent of the  Methodist church of Canada, lias  intimated to Bay of,Quinte conference, of which he is still a member, he will be prepared to engage  in the work of his church in any  part of the Dominion within the  next month. (  GLOOMY  VIEW_0F CHINA  r     Worst Yet^ to Come.  London, June 12.���The Daily Express publishes the; followiug from  St. Petersburg:      J  "Prince Ochtomsky,"editor of the  ."    '���-������.��� ��� ,,\ ���  Viedomosti, who is a great Chinese  authority, says that" the Boxers are  brie of the oldest jsecret societies  with Which the. modern society of  China is honeycombed. They have  been wOrking against foreigners for  several generations! The Boxers  will be put; down, but it is feared  that a great'��� number of men, women  and children will be murdered before it can be effected. The prince  says thepresentdifficulty is of a temporary nature and cannot be compared with the great upheaval that  is still to come.   The prince says:  "The awakening )p�� the Chinese  will be terrible. All those warlike  instruments of destruction, the use  of, which they^ are ' being taught,  will probably be turned against the  Europeans themselves,- The Chinese, have no featv'of death, and  make excellent soldiers under European instructions." The' prospect  for Europeans is"';" not pleasant.  Russia has not too many troops at  her disposal, considering that she  has -riot only to guard, a long  stretch of railway but also' to protect her subjects in Manchuria  from being murdered. She will  not be able to send many to Pekin."  The   prince   trusts   Russia 'will       never have to fight the Chinese.  was about to I He regards the present disturbance  ; Collision at Sea.  Philadelphia,  Pa.,' June  11.-.-  The British steamer Bermuda, from  Port Antonio, collided with and  sank the schooner1 Frank Hall,  bound from Now York for Norfolk,  oif Winter Quarter lightship, this  morning during a fog. The members of the crew were saved by the  Bermuda.   Abyssinian Expedition Returned,  Lonoon, June 11.���The expedition to Abyssinia, fitted out and  headed hy Wm. Fitzhugh White-  house of Newport, R. I., for the  purpose of exploring Lake Fudole,  safely returned to Mombasa on the  east eoast of Africa on June 10.  close down, but happily there is no  need for alarm for the Slocan Star  people, far from discontinuing work,  are about to begin ' the longest  tunnel in the Slocan. They intend  to run a tunnel in from their mill to  tap the big ledge. This will necessitate over 2000 feet of work. W. S.  Drewry of New Denver, is preparing the plans for a double track  tunnel, 8 by 12 feet. As soon as  the plans are completed, work will  'be started and the intention is to  rush the big cross-cub through as  soon as possible.  A rich, strike is reported on the  Sovereign. The Reco-Goodenough  ledge has been found cutting across  the ground. Manager George T.  Ransom has started to exploit the  find by a tunnel 55 feet below.  The Minnesota Silver Company  has decided to rush the building of  the concentrator. Grading for the  foundation is now going on and  rapid progress is being made by  masons witli the stone work.  The Vancouver people who own  the Get-There-Eli claim have put a  force of men to-work-under-Wm.  Harrington.   Official Count in Nelson Biding.  Yesterday afc 9:30 o'clock returning officer Buckworth commenced  the official count of the ballots cast.  in Nelson riding. Candidate Hall  was represented by William Waldie,  candidate Fletcher by W. A. Macdonald, and candidate Houston was  present in person. The count resulted as follows :  as the worst thing that could happen, Russia's interests being 'so inimical to it.  Hous  Flet  Reject-  ton.  cher.  Hall     ed.  Xelson    513  375)  218       38  1'orto Rico    11  8  Waneta   i  2  Creston       l'7  ��      .  Salmo '������.���������    12  3  3         2  A rtington mine.-        !>  i         1  Krie   ..:.... :t *  ,     4  0   -    1  Kuskonook   .�� 27  ���>  1  Vinir     13  44  29         i  YellowsUmo mine.,.  ...j,;. 6  1  X<       1  Kitchener    18  ->  0         1  Duncan mines    3-i  11)         2  Hall Siding    JO  0  1        "1  Athabasca mine    13  21  0    "    2  Vmir mine.   .......    1  21  ���    12  Procter's Landing...  ....... 11  9  8        2   .712  ���5'6  292    *  53  In addition '  to the  rejected  ballots,    there  were  2^ tendered  ballots and 1 blank' ballot. Of the  rejected ballots 35 were;, for Houston, 9 for Fletcher, and 0 for Hall..  TJie total vote polled was 1597.  Lumber Mill Burned.  Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 11.���  The Kingsmill lumber mill, five  miles from here, together with four  tenement houses, were destroyed by  fire yesterday. The loss of $20,000  is covered by insurance.  Beady for a Job  Port Hope, June 11.���Rev. Dr.  Workman, who figured prominently  in connection with the case of alleged heresy preferred against him  a  year ago by Rev. Dr. Carman,  USUAL REVOLUTION GOES ON  Conflicting Reports  Washington, D. C, June 11.���  The following dispatch has been received at the navy department:  "Colon, June 10.���Secretary of the  Navy, Washington: lt is reported  that an engagement has taken  -place, resulting in the defeat of the  national forces yesterday, and the  Panama national forces- retreated,  their ammunition being nearly exhausted, They have been re-in-  forced and ordered to renew the attack. Loss in killed aud wounded  was live officers. Reports are very  conflicting. I will remain here.  (Signed) Logan."  Washington, June 11. ��� The  cablegram was from commander  Logan of the cruiser Maehias which,  has been lying on the gulf side of  the isthmus of Panama for the past  month watching American interests in that vicinity. Perhaps the  very presence of a man-of-war has  served to deflect the revolutionary  movement to the other side of the  isthmus, but it is said at the navy  department that commander Logan  under his instructions would be  prepared at a moment's notice to  put a force of marines and sailors  on a special train and rush them  across tho Panama railroad to  Panama if tlieir presence there  were needed to safeguard the lives  of Americans and property -of  Americans,' . " , - -  ' The message as received was considerably mangled. It is believed  that the commander meant to say  that it appeared from the report of  the exchanges at Panama; that the-  National forces have been defeated.  ,The latest' reports from eastern  parts of Columbia, however, represent the total defeat, of the' insurgents.        __   Mclnnes JMust Go Toe.  ��� Montreal, June' ll.-~-The principal party press of Eastern Canada,  commenting on the elections in  British Columbia, agree that the  downfall of Martin will shortly include that of lieutenant-governor  Mclnnes. The outcome, however,  as regards the formation of a government with so many factions  represented among the successful  candidate is awaited with interest.  Prohibition Bill Passed.  Charlottktown, June 11.���The  legislature prorogued on Saturday  afternoon, having passed the prohibition bill.  CITY FATHERS IN SESSION  Routine Business.       s  Mayor Houston and aldermen McKillop, Morrison, Hall and Irvine  were present at last night's council  meeting. The business transacted  was largely of a routine nature.  II. Hynes offered $55 for the old  city stables.      No action was taken  as the new stables have not been  erected.  J. AVilliams wrote the council that  building operations "on the Kirkpatrick-Wilson-Clements block interfered with his business and  requested permission- to erect a  temporary building at the southeast corner of Victoria and Ward  streets. The aldermen would have  done something for Mr. Williams  had it lain in their power, but were  compelled to refuse the request.  Tenders for galvanized iron pipe  were read as follows : Lawrence  Hardware Company, �� inch 7 A- cents,  4 inch .10 cents ; Boyd, Burns & Co.,  Vancouver, 7 A aud 10A cents;  Strachan Bros., 10 and 12 cents.  The Lawrence tender was accepted.  The petitions from ratepayers representing one-tenth of the city  assessment necessary for the submission of the by-laws to raise  $20,000 for sewer extension, $0000  for the purchase of road-making  plant, $15,000 for waterworks construction, $20,000 for street improvements arid $15,000 for electric  light extension were presented and  referred to the" finance committee.  The by-law to strike the rate for  the year under by-law No. 1 was  introduced antl read. The council  .went into committee of the whole,  with alderman McKillop iu the  chair, for tho second reading. The  rate for the sinking fund was  placed at 1} mills, and for interest  at 1} mills. The bylaw to strike  the rate for iuteiest and sinking  fund on debentures under by-laws  32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 39 and 10 was read  three times, and the rate fixed at 5  mills for interest and HI mills for  sinking fund,v  --The fact was brought up that a  number of licenses were in arrears,  and as the first six months  was instructed to proceed at once  to collect all arrearages.  The account of Tupper, Peters &  Gilmore of $500 for legal services  in connection with the case of  Traves vs the City of Nelson was  passed, and a check for the amount  authorised.  On motion of aldermen Irvine  and Hall the city engineer Was instructed to have the stone curbing  laid on Baker street in front of the  old Bank of Montreal building, and  a 15-foot sidewalk laid to grade on  the Baker street and Stanley street  fronts of the building.  On motion of aldermen Irvine  and Morrison it was resolved to put  the legnlar crew at work taking  out rock on Victoria street for the  macadamizing of Baker street.  - Aldeimdn Morrison brought- ifp  the question of improving Water  street, and the city engineer was  instructed to prepare a report on  the cost of same.  iu this city On a charge of conspir  acy , to defraud butchers holding  stalls in Bonsecour's market by  levying illegal tolls for transfers, in  giving evidence on Saturday gave  the names of two aldermen already  holding seats in the council, who  endeavored to keep him quiet by  offering to secure him a government  position. ...-.'  Plague in Queensland.  Adelaide, South Australia, June  11.���A total of 23 deaths from  bubonic plagueareofficiallyreported  from Rpekhampton, Queensland.  Two fresh cases are reported here,  one of which has proved fatal;:  CHINESE EMPEROR'S APPEAL  Saturday's Eifle Shooting.  The second of the Canadian Military Rifle League matches was shot  in Nelson on Satin day. Owing lo  the elections and other causes only  part of the second team wero on  hand.   The scores are as follows :  Would Depose Empress.  London, June 12.���The Shanghai  correspondent of tiie Daily Express  says: "Wong Tung Ho, emperor  Kwang Han's tutor and confidant,  who was dismissed by the dowager  empress after the coup d'etat in  1808, sends, with the special sanction of the emperor and his. party,  including three viceroys, a message  to the people of the west, In, part  it is as follows:  "His majesty is convinced,  through ample trustAvdrthy sources,  that the loyal support of many  scores of millions of Chinese will be  accorded to his proposals for putting an end to the state of anarchy  brought about by the action of the  empress.  "The government of China being  non-.existent, the emperoi- proposes  that   the   foreign-   powers   whose  troops dominate the capital shall  remove his imperial person   from  the palace in which his majesty is  confined as a prisoner, shall declare  the empress and her ministry to be  usurpers and shall bring Emperor  Kwang Hau to Nanking, Wu Chang  or   Shanghai,  whichever the said  foreign powers deem to be tbe most  suitable situation for the new capital of the Chinese empire under the  new conditions,  "China is ripe for the change of  of the j tide which reactionaries vainly seek  to stem.   If it should be, on the  other hand, thac the foreign powers  seriously contemplate the dismemberment   of   the  Chinese   empire,  they have before them the huge  task of facing dense millions who,  although lacking training, and who  make   but   contemptible   soldiers,,,  possess boundless powers of resistance, and she xvill be able to wear  out the patience of any European  rulers seeking to govern them without regard to the prejudices of the  oldest civilization.  "The conquest and division of  China would bo possible with 100,-  000 troopb, but to retain the government would require 1,000,000  soldiers and centuries of %\ork.  ���The task would end wifch most unhappy results for  both conquered  and conqueroi -.   '"His majesty begs America and  Japan to pause before resorting to  a dismemberment which can be deferred at least until the emperor's  efforts to govern his people and to  restore the happiness of this great  division of the human race have  pro veil abortive."  NELSON ATHLETES AT WORK  Outlook Promising.  The recreation grounds was a  busy spot last night, the devotees  of various sports being out in strong  force. About 7 o'clock the sports  commenced to assemble and half an  hour later the entire "space was in  use.  A number of members of the ball  team turned out and batted the  sphere around the lot in lively  style for half an hour. The nine is  now in splendid shape, stronger at  every point than at any time in the  season and perhaps better balanced"  than any nine which ever wore the  Nelson colors. The game at Spokane two weeks hence seems to be  assured, and even against the  strong Spokane outfit the local team  will probably carry considerable  Nelson money. Judging .from the  remarks of enthusiasts a large contingent of rooters will accompany  the nine on their trip across the,  border.  The lacrosse players were also  out for a short time. The twelve  is slated to play the home team at  Greenwood during the celebration  at that point, and have also invited  Greenwood to play here on the 2nd  , or 3rd of July. The practices to  date have been well patronized,  but astronger turnout is desirable  if the team is to Avin against outside players. Last night, however,.  was not the regular practice night,  so that a fair idea could not be  gained of the club's form. The enthusiasts predict that Nelson will  place a fast team on the field for  the opening game.  The association football team got  into the game in splendid style last  night. - Considering the fact that  it was the club's first turnout the  attendance and enthusiasm displayed was remarkable. Among  those piesent were: Dr. P. A. McLennan, who played with McGill in  '90 when that'team won the championship of Canada; Dr, Stoddard  of 'Varsity '97 learn, C. W, Dill,  'Varsity '91, J. S. Lang, Dundas,'On-  tario, champions western association '80,* Tom Duncan, Selkii k, Man ,  champions in' 90; Adam-, Calgary  team; Boehmer, Belleville Deaf and  Dumb Institute team, champions of  intercollegiate league; -Fisher, Gait,  Ontario,    Eureka?;   Hodge,    Van-  FlltSiT Tli.VM.  aw  500  BOfl  yds. "  Id-.  j-ds.  Total.  A. tiniiit. '...,. i'S -  ���.(>  v.'  -715  L. Gobey a   *  �����  ���_':i  m  S. T. JIcLcihI ai  'Hi  '   27  7(1  If. Uird  27  2!l  Si  ,   XL'  V. XV. Peter* ��i  -.'It  1!)  71  J. McKensde  ai)   ,  _f  _:i  7fi  A, CiuriB...               30  -.!."!  at;  ,SI  Dr. Synionds,    13  ���-"t  St  lil  H.  K. .McDonnell ffli  H  ii  '   .)!)  D.McKuy KI,  ���.��:t  u  (��  Ski <>ni> Tj:a.\  .  ,    *  .  Judge l-'oi-in '^)  3. Wndd" :.. -T  i.^  1!  'ili  i:i  ll'  11. A. I migfoni I'i  Vi  8  - to  V. Coxhcad    IS  1.1  <��  11'  W. 1). Smith 2il   '  ���1  20  "    Iii  (), Uiirden 21  _\  ���Jtr  w  , The Indian Famine.  London, June 11.���In a letter to  the lord mayor, A. J. Newton, lord  Cui/.on, viceroy of India, says:  "fifteen per cent of the population  of India are now supported by the  government. If the famine continues until December, it is estimated that the government will  have spent ��9,250,000. The relief  committee lias already dispensed  ��500,000. The outburst of practical  sympathy in the 1 ��� nited States is  deeply appreciated."  Corruption in Montreal.  JMontkkal,    June    11.���Germain  Lessier,    ex-clerk    of   Bonsecour's  market, who i.s now .standing trial  before the court of special sessions  Official Count in Vancouver.  Vani ot'VKit, June II���[Special to  The Tribune].���Tho local election  interest i.s centered in the official  count of ballots being made today  by returning officer Beattie. Tonight about half of the total number of ballots had been counted,  and ex-alderman Gilmour'.s majority over Charley Wilson lias increased from the original six to  twelve. Premier Alartin,was stand--  ing at the returning officer's elbow  all day and prompted him fre-  quently. A galaxy of politicians  and lawyers with their coats off  surrounded the official desk five  deep all-diiy. The count ,wiil - not  be completed until tomorrow.  To Keep Out Chinese.  Ottawa, June II.���[Special to  The Tribune.]��� Laurier.'gave notice  tonight of u bill to restrict Chinese  immigration. It is understood that  the bill will, in addition to raising  the polltax, provide for an educational test of the Chinese along the  same lines as tho Natal act.  Will Increase the Chinese Tax.  Ottawa, June 10.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���Sir Richard Cartwright will give notice tomorrow  of a bill to increase the poll tax on  Chinese, It is understood that the  tax will be increased from $50 to  $100 per head.  stone, Martin, Morrison, Dynes,  O'Callahan, Harman, Buchanan,  McDougall, Murier, Robertson, Snyder, Irwin, Wilson and Atkinson.  A brand new pigskin was produced  and a lively game ensued, sides  being chosen for tbo night. Tho  management of the club was delighted ^with the turnout and are  sanguine as to the success of the  game in Nelson. From the above  list of names and other first class  players available in the eity, a  twelve can be chosen which could  down any other aggregation in the  Kootenays if the players ^ ill train  properly. _Last night's game was  more or less of a rough and tumble  practice, but the material for a  crackerjack team was right there  on the ground.  Meanwhile the hose team practiced on Baker street, and their run  was well worth witnessing. The  time made was tho fastest of the  season. To state just how fast it  was would be opposed to good  policy, but it may be stated without fear of contradiction that any  outside team which beats the time  made iii tho wet test last night lias  got, to break several records.  Kverything went off without the  remotest suggestion of a hitch and  the work "of the noz/.lemeu was  particularly sharp. " The team will  continue to practice tri-weekly  until Dominion day. -   -  Commandering Special Trains,  Tien Tsin, June 11.���The captain  in charge of the British defences  here commandered a third special  .train yesterday and a fourth today  for the transport of 213 Russians  and two guns and 02 French marines  with stores, and one gun for the ���  British. The international forces  are near Hang Fong, 40 miles from  J'ekin, but it is doubtful iC they will  reach the capital before Tuesday.  Those Yukon Charges.  Ottawa, June   11,���[Special  to  The Tribune.]���Sir Hibbert Tupper  moved au amendment to supply  condemning Wade's action in connection wifch leasing the water  front afc Dawson. Sutherland replied, .sayiug that the whole  charges were preferred by vagabonds who had since leffc fche country. The amendment was defeated  by 35 for to 50 against.  ii  ir.f ���< ���-"��� ���*;�� *������  fl -rflfcfe*** rf.. y,<~ iir THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C TUESDAY, JUNE 12 1900  ml  ti-'i  ii.';  Ifrt  h'i  The Very Best Suits  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.  m  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement  Fipe Briek Fipe Clay  and Sewep Pipe  %$>.  %  USED IN KOOTENAY  Just received carload Dominion Ale and  (inXTS AND QUA UTS)  Dominion White Label Ale (pints and quarts)  the finest Ale brewed in Canada.  Dominion Bulk Ale (15 gallon kegs)  Teacher's Scotch Whiskey is still the best.  Porter  This is  %  H. J. EVANS & CO.  9- ���_*���(_.���  i'(=)'^_t'(-..(_.'(=>'e=>'(_3  m  mt  '*__.'$  w  W  m  mt  ?'(__���'(=).  i'/=).f  #  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1670.  B  B  B  B  We can suit  You with  What you  Require in  Boots, Shoes  and Rubbers  Ob  ince had no following. The people  have since recorded their condemnation of him, and the lieutenant-governor should go with him.  In scanning the election returns  from the six Kootenay ridings, the  Coast politicians will do well to  note that in each of. them the electors returned as their representative  the man who was the most uncompromising champion of the eight-  hour law. Kootenay is more interested in the eight-hour law than is  any other section of the province,  and the pronouncement of the  people of Kootenay upon it should  be given due consideration.  Murdered Man Found.  Vaxcouvek, June 11.���The body  of V.  H.  Clayson,  who  was murdered between Minto and Hooshi-  coo on the Dawson-Skagway trail  on  December  25th last,  has been  found.    It had been washed ashore  near Selkirk after the ice went out,  and was discovered last Friday on  the  beach  close to  where  ifc was  supposed   to   have   been   dropped  through the ice by the  murderers.  The body has been taken to Dawson.    This     is     the    murder   for  which     O'Brien,     who     is     now  in     the     barracks     in      Dawson  was arrested a short time ago for.  Clayson was the senior member  of  the firm of F. II.  Clayson <fc Co., of  Skagway.   He had beon to Dawson  on business and was  on his  return  with a large sack of gold dust wheu  last heard of. The notorious O'Brien  and his gang were in Dawson when  Clayson Avas  there, and they followed him out on the trail, presumably to murder him for his money.  A reward of $1000 has been offeied  by the Clayson firm for the recovery of   the body   and the   amount  wil1 now be paid to the finder.  0_\%00 * 0__ *l___^. 1___^ '00 * 00 *0_\ ' ___\ '00 * 1��__\_ *0__ * 0^ *1___\ ��� ___\ *___^% 0^ * *__^_. 9____S*__^_S *____\*____- *���__^.%___\^ *____\*____^ '__���-_*���___S *���__���\*___���S *____^'___^. *____^#^^  w".^**��*','>��k*^ ���^���^���^���^ ���^���^.���^���^ ��>^*^.*^v3***ao *f__*'^'^'^'^'^'^'^' *_*'?_*'^'00't__<'��_*<���___*'^'^,_\  Mr ^Jf  Xit  Xit  Xit  Xli  Xli  Xit  Xit  Xit  x_i  Yourself and Friends are Invited by  The Home Art Society of  Decorative Needle  Work  of New York, to view an Exhibition of Silk Art Needle Work and  to arrange for a series of lessons, from May 28th to June 13th.  Hours from 10 to 12, and 2 to 4; in Hume Hotel parlors.  Xit  Xii  Xit  xit  Kit  Xli  Xli  Art Lectures, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  Lessons and Lectures Free of Charge.  Xli  Mrs. Kenly, Artist and Teacher.  Xit  Xit  Xit  The teacher will inform each lady joining the class where the silks and  linens can be obtained. Belding's Art Silks and Linens used exclusively in  these classes.  With the Compliments of Fred Irvine * Co.  v��  VI)  iii  xh  \l>  VI)  W  to  it)  B  B  -B  S We carry full lines from Infants' to  B men's, built by the best makers on the  B  B continent, and will guarantee price and  quality to be satisfactory.  B  Brains Left in Natal.  London, June 11.���Nine Elms is  priding itself just now on the possession of a gentleman   in khaki,  who, having left some two ounces  of his brains at Pietermaritzburg, is  onco more among his  own people  ancl in fairly firm possession of his  senses.    Jeremiah O'Leary, of the  East Surry regiment, was shot during the battle of Colenso, a Mauser  bullet penetrating his brain.   After  lying for five hours in tho trenches,  during    which    he   was   stripped  naked    by    his   "brother   Boer?,".  O'Leary was found -by the ambulance corps" and removed   to the  base hospital at Jfietermarilzburg,  where sir "William  MacCormac, by  a   marvellous   surgical   operation,  during wliich a portion of the brain1  was removed, succeeded in saving  his life.     His memory is slightly  impaired, and he lost his taste for  beer.    '   r   Professional Baseball Men.   -   '  New York, June 11.���The Brooklyn management places itself on  record as being not opposed to the  protection association of prof essional  baseball players organized yesterday. President Ebbs said today  that he would be glad if the players  succeeded in benefitting themselves.  They have no grievance, he said,  againsc the Brooklyn club, wliich  has always treated- its men right.  He said that the first thing the  players ought to do is to shorten  the games by displaying more snap  and ginger, their-slow- movements  making the contests unusually long  drawn oufc this season.  ^J^'W'^,���2a��^'^V^ 'Jftt^'^'^���^���-2^*J&^& V^i^2^ 0*' 0**0*'0* -0*'0* -0*.0* .00.0* .00.00 .00.00 .00.00 '0__vim  *__\i^___i ^^____t)^^_____t ^^_____^^^____\_t ^^_\___t*^___\_t *^______\^^___\_r ^^_W__f^^_____t ^^S^^S ^^_____t ^_W___f *______�� __f-\__**4U_f ^-W^* ^tto^^^^ ^_t^"^^_p^ ^_W_-9'^^_\_r ^^&0*4^_\W ^K-_*r4-_\__^ ^^^0I__^ ^^_\*r_WrZ^^  Ite Mxxhxtxxz*  A study of  the latest  election  returns   show    that    the    Turner  parfcy, composed of Conservatives  and Liberals alike,  will have the  strongest   following   in   the   next  legislature.     The     returns     from  Cassiar have not yet ,heen received,  but excepting these,   the   Turner  parfcy will liave a following of fourteen.    Next   in   poinfc of strength  eome the Martinites,  there being  all told, jusfc eight of them.    The  Provincial   Party   men   are   next,  there being seven of this sti ipe, if  Jtttlph Smith and Mr. Murphy are  included. Then come the party  line Conservatives, Avho number  six. These, with Mr. Hayward, an  independent returned in Esquimalt.  represent the thirty-six seats so  far reported.         If Premier Laurier said what he  was   reported  to have   said,   and  meant what he said, ifc should be in  order to call for applications for  the job of lieutenant-governor of  this province.    The present incumbent took ifc upon himself to dismiss a ministry which had control  of the legislature  when lie dismissed ifc.   The man lie called upou to  administer the affairs of the piov-  B Italian Ean Amuck,  B Pbnsacola, Florida, June 11.���As  B a result of a fight on board the  Italian bark Pieta, in port here, G.  Seotto, the first mate, is dead.  Hacfel Pisano is fatally Avounded  and captain Mazella and another  .seaman blightly wounded. Pisano  went on deck after shore leave, apparently with the determination fco  exterminate the whole crew. Ho  first a-sbaultcd the mate with a dirk  and then turned on the captain,  and in so doing Avas shot by the  mate.       ^_> ���>  Bain Falls m India.  London, June 11.���The viceroy  of India, lord Curzon, has cabled to  the secretary of state for India,  lord Hamilton, announcing that a  good rain has fallen in southern  India, that there have been scattered showers elsewhere, and that  the meteorological reporter forecasts a good but late monsoon. The  hot Aveather, however, still prevails  and the famine relief situation has  not altet ed. There are now about  5,802,000 persons receiving relief.  Strikes at Hootalinqua.  Vancouver, Juue 11.���-Ex-sergeant Haywood of VancouAror, avIio  lef fc Dawson on May 21th, ai rived  hero yesterday on a Hying trip. He  Avili return in a couple of days to  look after his clean-up. He says it  is impossible at present to estimate  the output of the Yukon for 1900,  but ifc will undoubtedly be much  larger than last year. He figures  that about four thousand people  have left Dawson this spring for  Nome and Koyukuk. A couple of  hundred have also gone, to the  Hootalinqua and Salmon Arm districts, from where news of some  very valuable strikes by prospectors has been leaking oufc lately.  There is a good deal of talk about  discoveries in the Hootalinqua, and  a feAV prospectors who intended  going to Nome, anion g"_them J. J.  Maney and J. K. Mankorwki of  Seattle, have shown their faith in  the reports by abandoning their  Nome exploits and hurrying off to  the Hootalinqua.  Americans in China.  ��� Washington, June 11.-��� The  navy department has received the  following cable from admiral  Kempff: "Tong Que. June 11.���In  case all communication with" Pekin j  is cut Ave are nofc able to go alone.  If the other nations go we Avill join  to relieve Americans', pending instructions. Situation is serious.  A battalion of marines has been requested.    (Signed) Kempff."  Upon receipt of the above, secretary Long sent the folloAving cable  to admiral Remey at Manila:  "Navy department, June 11.���Send  by Solaee immediately wifch all dispatch to Kempff one hundred marines, arranging, if possible, that  after landing them the Solaee shall  continue her hoiheAvard voyage, as  previously      ordered. (Signed)  Long."  Ashantee Rebellion.  London, June 11.���Colonel Wil-  cocks, in command of the Ashantee  relief expedition, cables from Phra,  under date of June 9fch, as follows :  "Have j ust received a message from  colonel Carter from Kwisa- reporting that he had advanced, effecting  a junction Avifch captain Hall at  Bekwai. He found the rebel forces  strongly fortified at Dompoassi.  The fight continued for a long^ time  and fche rebels wero dislodged, but  on account of the loss of seven  European officers Avounded, and  ninety other casualties he was unable to advance and returned to  Kwisa. There is no news from  Kumassi. Hal! hi at Esuraeja and  Rekaiat which are friendly. Kojofu  and Adansd are in a state of rebellion. The Douglass! are probably joining the rebel forces."  Palace IVJeat A/|ar^et  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured Meats.  A feature will bo mado of the poultry and  game trade. They will always be on band during their season.  J. L. PORTER, Prop.  163 Josephine St. between Baker and Vernon.  Telephone 159.  .A.,   ^JSTST-HJ^A-JD-  Contracting Painters, Decorators, Paperhangers.  Full line of wall paper, mouldings, etc,   Kalso-  mining and Tinting.   Strictly first-class  work.  Kslimates furnished. -  Residence Mill Street,   NPfCHM   R   P  Opposite School Houso  JNJBkOUW, D_ \j,  W. Starmer Srryth & Go.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  OiHoo Ward Street) Opposite Opera Honso  Ming Season of I960  We are selling the fishing tackle which entices  the 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.  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, Roses, Fancy Evergreens  Magnola8,Bulbs, new crop tested seeds, for spring  planting. Largest and most complete stock in  Western Canada. Call and make your selections  or send for catalogue. Address at the nursery  grounds and greenhouse. *      ''  M. J. HENJRY.  800B Westminster Rood. Vancouver. B. C.  St JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NKLSON, B. C.  A boarding and day school conducted by the  Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace. It ia situated at  the corner of Mill aiid Josephine streets in one of  the best residential portions of Nelson, and is  easily accessible from ail parts of the city.  The course of study includes the fundamental  and higher branches of thorough English education: Business course���bookkeeping, stenography and typewriting. Science course���music;  vocal and Instrumental, drawing, eto. Plain art  and needlework, eto.  For terms and particulars apply to the Sister  Superior.  HL K^aHGROFT  * BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a  nrstoiaas wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and cnstoin work from outside points.  Shop:  HaU St.. between Baker and Vernon  E. P. Whalley, d. P.  NOTARY PUBLIC  fieison Saw &  Planing N|ills, Limited  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 (fail and Front Streets  Factory Hail Street Grossing G. P. R. Track  Mills Hall Street Wharf  P. Burns & Co.  Hkad Office at  NELSON, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Office with C. XV. West & Co., cornor Hall and  Bakor streets.  City oflice of tlio Nelson Soda water Factory,  Nelson* lee  Company  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN  .Markets at Nelson, Eossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, Now'  Denver, Revelstoke, Jferguson, Grand _Forks,_ Greenwood, Cascade,City, Midway, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY SN SEASON  Baker Street, Melton &   (J#   TBAVES,   Manager  - OBDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  Ki  ay Steam Landry  erg- & sms-in.  PROPRIETORS  General agents for Mirror Lake Ice Company.  Ice delivered in any part of the city. OlHce afc  Grant! Central Hotel, Vernon and Ward streets  Phono 1*8,   P.O. box 139.  Canada Brog & Book Co.  NKLSON  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Vlofcarta and Kootenay Streets.  P. O. Box 6H% TJSUCFHONS. HO, S3  LAND NOTICE.  Notice is hereby gjven, that after one month I  will make application tc the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works to ptuchase one hundred  and sixty acres of>land in tho District of West  JCooteray, in tho Province of British Columbia,  situated on the west sido of Kootenay lake, on  Boulder cioek, about two miles souih of Balfour-  Commencing atlmtial Post marked "John Burk.  N: K. Corner," thence west sixty-four chains,  thenco south twenty-flve chains, thonce oast  sixty-four chains, thence north twenty-five chains  to the Initial Post.  JOHN BURK.  Dated at Nelson this 7th day of April. 1P00.  NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.  Sealed tenders will be received until V_ o'olock  noon Monday, June Hth ne\t, by tho under-  biisned for the election of a Llirec s,tory brick  block for Kirkpatrick & Wilson ancl A. II. Cle  menls. A deposit in the form of a marked  clicTiio payable to the ouler of the owners for Lhe  hum of 5 por cent of tho amount of tender must  accompany each tender to infture consideration,  otherwise it will not bo entertained.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.        MWART & CARRIE, Architects,  Rooms 7 ami 3 Aberdeen Block.  The only steam laundry in Nelson employing union labor  A. LARSOM, Manager  f  GREAT REDUCTION  Hard Coal  Anth.rd.cito  raxflPHOiHt  33  $0.15  e. W. West & Go. I  Arthur Gee  MERCHANT  TAILOR  Removed to Baker Street, opposite lhe Qncmt'is \  3 Business  Of Fred J. Squire, merchant  tailor, Nelson, I intend to  continue the business so as  to keep the patronage 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. Skinnei!  Neelafids'Bulldiisg, Baker Street, *  ��� ��� FRED 3. SQOIKK, .atea&w..   ���  ^^^'^^^i!^i^/^^S?9^^^^^^0^^!^^l^^^>'^ &���>  THE TRIBUTE: NELSOtf B. 0., TUESDAY; JUNE 12, 1900  3  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up..$12,000,000  BUST     7.000,000  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Drummond Vice-President  K. S. Clouston General Manager  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  Branches in Loxnox (England) New York,  Chicago, and all the principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any yart of tho world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Eto.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, TJ. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD   OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,391,863  $1,654,710  D,  R; Wilkie, General Manager.  E. Hay, Inspector.  Saving's Bank Branch  CURRENT RATE OF INTERKST PAID.  THE: MILLIONAIRE'S   INVASION.  London Daily Mull.  Are the  splendid  paupers,  long  owners of rural England, and  worthy sustairiers of the traditions of  a noble race, giving way to American  manufacturers, to South African  speculators,  to  German   merchant princes?    Our  old aristocra-  / ty absorbed  the  Rothschilds . and  y. Beiitincks of previous  generations,  and made them part of itself.    The  new millionaires threaten to absorb  it.    From Sfeibo  Castle, near   Dornoch   Firtb,  down  to  Norres,   by  Cowes, the cosmopolitans of capital  are seizing some of the fairest spots  ���i.. our. land.  Most of our millionaire invaders  come from America and South Af-  i ica. Among them is Andrew Carnegie, Scotch by birth, American  by adoption, he started life on four  shillings a week, and is now worth  X 10,000,000. He found America a  good land for earning money, but  lie spends it in the laud of his birth.  The traditions of his people drew  Iiim back to Scotland. At first he  rented Cluny, but, watching his  chance, he secured the great estate  of Skibo Castle at a bargain.  William Waldorf Astor is a scion  of an ancient  house that achieved  wealth iu  the   United  States.    Inheriting an estate worth over ��20,-  000,000, he  found the  lot of a rich  American too hard to be borne. He  hated the  publicity  given  to   his  smallest acts, so  he came to   England "ibr" peace.     After    renting  Lansdowne   House, he   secured   a  town   residence iu Carlton   House-  terrace, and bought the beautiful  estate of Cliveden from the Duke  of   Westminster.    He   transferred  all his business interests here, build-  ��� ing an oflice on the ,Thames Em-  b uikment, which is nothing  bnt a  gigantic strong ioom.    His  office is  ptobably the most charming and  tho least guarded building iu the  world, and deeds  valued at  $100,-  000*000 dollars arc -.aid to rest there.  , The Bradley-Martins have made  themselves    a   place  "iu    English  ��?oeicty, and have annexed a house  in Chesterfield-gardens, and a Highland ' estate   at    Glen    Urquhart.  Nearly B0 years ago Bradley-Martin,  a young lawyer of good family, met  hih future wife under romantic circumstances* at a Vanderbilt wedding.   They were  married Avithin  two mouths, and some time after-  wai ds the wife's father died,  and  left a fortune of $10,000,000.  With  the part of this money that came to  them the Bradley-Martins crossed  the Atlantic, and set down to conquer   English   society.    They took  one of tho costliest deer shootings  in ~J verness^shireT     One   daughter-  married   an 'earl.      The   Bradley-  Martins    scored    their    iirst    real  triumph   when   they  devised   the  most costly aud extravagant fancy  diess ball of modern times.  Some of our American millionaire  invaders come here foi rest. Of  this type is James R. Keene, for a  long time champion bear on the  Xew York Stock Exchange. With  the practically unlimited capital of  the Tobacco and Oil Trusts behind  him, he manipulated tho markets  almost as he pleased. In six great  deals in six years ho won $18,000,000.  Now, with a sorely-tried, nervous  ���system he comes here for peace and  quiet, which his own hustling country cannot give him.  ��� .Joseph Pulitzer, owner of-the  New York World, belongs to the  same class. From tho bottom of  1 he latter he has got to the topmost  rung. His newsx>aper palace, 22  storeys high, is one of the sights of  New'York City. Today, amidst his  greatest triumphs, he comes away  to London for some months each  year. He seeks the quietest town  house he ean iind, and settles there,  lie suffers perpetually from in-  f-omnia. Bufc he still looks a very  young man, and his business power  is greater than ever. He forgets  nothing, and extracts from every  man all he can get. ��� His one recreation is music. Tall, thin, full of  quick movement, his figure is familiar afc many concerts. He will  never talk of money matters, bufc a  fi'W years ago his annual income  was estimated afc ��200,000.  Marshall Field, the merchant  prince of Chicago, loves Warwickshire, where he is well known in  hunting circles. ' He has retired  from business now, but he was  long the Whiteley and the Lipton  of tho Windy City. The designs  alone of his great store cost $100,-  000. Ten thousand shopmen call  him master and 10,000 small retailers cursed his enormous business as being their ruin. He was  the most relentless, the most enterprising, . the most successful of  monopolists. Some of the millions  made in Chicago now find their way  here. . .  Apart from South Africa, our  own colonies send us few millionaires, but those who do come make  their way. It would be hard to  call lord Mount Stephen an invader, for he was born in Scotland!  Yet Canada is his own land, and his  name will ever be connected with  the making of the Canadian Pacific  railway. Iu town he lives not far  from Mr. Astor; in the country he  has a home hear lord Salisbury.  Lord '���- Strathcona is another  Scotchman who found wealth in  Canada. He went out to the wild  west as an agent of fche Hudson's  Bay Company, and soon fought his  way to the top. Although high  commissioner for Canada, he has  as many interests here as over the  water. His splendid services  during the present war are fresh in  every mind.  Not many millionaire Australians  now arrive here. Best known of  them is W. K. D'Arcy, who owes  his wealth to one happy stroke.  Thirty-six years ago he was a  solicitor in Rockhampton in Queensland. Two of his friends, brothers  named Morgan, hit on a great  streak of gold bearing land. D'Arcy  helped them to develop it, putting  some money into the business aud  receiving in return a quarter share.  The Morgans sold out for a few  thousands. D'Arcy held on. The  mine, Mount Morgan, as it is  called, turned out to be the richest  in the world. In one year alone  over ��1.000,000 was % distributed  among the owners. Mr. D'Arcy  can well afford to take fine estates  over from our "splendid paupers."  'lie has lived in England and played  a great part in society for some  time now.  Nelson. Branohr-Burns Block, 221 Baker Street  J. M. LAY, Manager.        ���.  gic     value   until    its    crest   has  been   carried   by    the    bayonet.  To   , add     to      this     confusion,  the river Tugela has selected the  hills around Ladysmith as occupying the country through which it  will endeavor to throw off its pursuers.    It darts through them as  though striving to escape, it doubles on its tracks, it sinks out   of  sight   between   them, and   in   the  open plain rises to the dignity of  waterfalls.   It runs uphill, and remains motionless on an incline, and  , on the   level   ground   twists   and  turns so frequently that when one  says he has crossed the Tugela, he  means he has   crossed it once at a  ,<driffcj once at the wrecked railroad  bridge and once   over a   pontoon.  And then he is not sure that he is  not still   on   the -. same side   from  which he started.  DIVORCE   IN   JAPAN.  Japan Times.  The following are the texts of  letters, bearing a recent date, exchanged between an aggrieved husband and his delightful successor,  both of Azuma-Mura, Ashikaga  district, Tochigi prefecture:  Mr. Sakichi Yamomoto:  Sir.���You have been guilty of  improper flirtations with my wife,  Tsune, and. the affair has greatly  grieved me. For this reason I have  made various complaints against  you for your offensive conduct,  "through the members of our communal body, aud you have sent me  endless apologies, but as I find them  unsatisfactory, I have like a man  ���decided to get rid of my wife, and  I do hereby give and transfer her  to you. Henceforth I will not entertain any lingering affections for  the woman, and in proof thereof  ���witness my signature.  Kamekichi Fujikawa.  South African Medal,  the    authority    of  Ou the authority of "South  Africa" the medal for the campaign against the Boers will be the  most expensive and the most'ornate  issued" by the British war office in  recent years. The medal proper is  to be a five-pointed star with a  gold center surrounded by a ring of  bronze, on which the words "South  Africa" appear iu raised letters.  In the center of it all is a miniature  of the queen. The medal is the  same size as the Khedivial Star of  18SI, The ribbon, four colors, a  stripe of khaki in the center, two  of white aud one each of red and  blue. There will probably be a bar  granted for each important engagement. Both ribbon and star are  exceedingly attractive in appearance, and will, "doubtless,-be_worn  with much pride by the happy  recipients when the war is over.  Even up to the present, the important engagements have been i  sufficiently numerous to provide  bars to satisfy Tommy's most ardent  desire for material decorations. To  name only some of them there are  Magersfontein, Colenso, Belmont,  Graspan and Paardeberg.  Mr. Kamekichi Fujikawa:���  Sir: It is indisputably true that  I have been guilty of intimacy with  your beloved wife, and on that account I have sent - you ^apologies  through the members of our com-  nautiai body. You, however, steadfastly refuse to forgive,.and have  instead forwarded your wife to me.  I beg herewith- to acknowledge receipt and transference of said wife,  etc.  ,__'  GETTING   BEADY.  Buller's Difficulties.  No map, nor photograph, nor  written description,' ean give an  idea of the counti y which lay between Buller and his goal. It was  an eruption of high hills, linked together at eveiy point without order or sequence. In most countries  mountains and hills follow some  natural law. The Cordilleras can  be traced from the Amazon river  to Guatemala City; they make the  watershed of two continents; the  great divide forms the backbone of  the'States, but these Natal hills  havo no lineal descent. They  are illegitimate children of no  line, abandoned broadcast over  the country, with no family likeness and no home. They stand  alone or shoulder to shoulder, or at  right angles, or at a tangent, or  join hands across a valley. They  never appear the same ; some run  to a sharp point, some stretch out,  forming a tableland, others are  gigantic anthills, others perfect and  accurately modelled ramparts. In a  ride of half a mile, every hill completely loses its original aspect and  character. They hide each other,  or disguise each other. Each can  bo enfiladed by the ofcher, and nofc  one gives up fche secret of its sfcrafce-  Toronto Star.  All the lay figures and stock  propei'ties used in the political  show are being brought out and  aired. That the'elections are very  near cannot be doubted. Already  we have had occasion to mention  the appearance in.* the columns of  the Mail of the '/life-long Liberal"  who has been'for twenty years confiding to that paper his disappoint-  I merit with the Liberal party.  Now the sweet little girl has  come forward with a bouquet for  sir Charles Tupper at a political  meeting, has been patted on the  the head and" kissed by the gallant  old gentleman.  The political speakers and writers  ���are referring to whatever county  they happen to be in as "the grand  old county," "while there are now no  mere townships^ for all have become "banner townships."  The "grand old stalwarts" are  ���also coming forward after four  years for handshakes. Ifc is hard  to know what makes a man a .stalwart or when he becomes one, bufc  the stump speaker knows him on  sight, and greets him cordially.  Everything seems- in   readiness.  [ for the elections, once parliament  ���concludes its present session.  An Office on Wheels.  One of the most original uses  made of the automobile is its conversion into a perambulating office  and dressing room. The idea started with multi-millionaire Fiske.  His residence is an honr,'s ride from  Ins place of business, and he conceived the idea of putting these  two hours a day devoted to travel  to attending to his business and his  toilet, so he had an automobile constructed made up mainly of an  office large enough to hold a desk,  pigeon holes and a typewriting out-  lit, himself, his stenographer and a  caller or two, with a small dressing  3-oom Attached. This automobile  oflice is, during business hours,  backed up against his place of business, with one end thrown open for  an entrance. When he has errands  to do or seeks his home the entrance  is closed and the motor vehicle  moves away. En route home he  continues his work at his desk,  jvheis not engaged   in completing  his toilet for dinner. "There are no  windows in the vehicle," says its  owner, "so I am not disturbed by  the passing scenes, "but I have a  skylight which I use in the mornings and during the evening. At  the office I had constructed a passageway leading from the side street  directly under fche court where I  get the benefit of the light from  above, and can step from the door  of my motor office directly into the  main offices. Of course the vehicle  is not exactly what you would call  handsome from the outside, appearing more like a furniture van than  anything else. However, I do not  go much on appearances, and so  long as it means two and a half  hours of time gained every day, I  am well satisfied., |I have some  other plans in the way of automobile novelties which I believe will  be just as interesting as this office  on wheels.  HOW  SHE   SAID  "YOUR GRACE."  Buffalo News.  Mary, the late duchess of Teek,  had many charms which rendered  her dear to all sorts and conditions  of men and women, but none so  great, says ah American bishop's  wife, who met her many times, as'  the_ delightful way in which she  used to repeat a story.  Above all, she loved to tell any  tale that brought a hearty laugh  on the nobility of which she was  so democratic a member. One of  her stories, pointed at nobody dared  say whom, was about a seamstress,  and that seamstress' little daughter.  Polite duns by post and messenger  had had no effect in bringing about  a liquidation of accounts, so that  finally, in despair, the sewing  woman concluded to send her very  sweet little girl with a verbal request for the money which was  owing.  She polished the little face until  it was like a June rose and took her  to the gates of the ducal mansion,  all the way impressing on her what  she was to say: "And above all,  don't forget to say 'Your Grace!' "  The child promised and trotted  off. By some decree of fate she got  quickly by the servants and was  shown into the duchess' sitting-  room.  She looked composedly at the  great dame. . "Are you the duchess,  madam?" she said. "Yes, my child,"  and at that word the little one put  her two hands together, reverently  closed her eyes: "For what we are  about- to receive," she said, "O,  Lord, make us truly thankful!" _ .  "Even a pauper duchess couldn't  stand that way of saying ������Your  Grace,' " the Duchess of Teck would  conclude with a jolly hit afc her own  well known financial difficulties,  "and the child got the money."  i ��� .  League Games.  Toronto 0, Montreal 4.  Syracuse 2, Rochester '6.  Detroit 1, Chicago 2.  Kansas City 2, Cleveland 4.  Providence 5, Hartford 4.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  "Windows  Inside Finish      *  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds,  IF WHAT YOU WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  ,    WE WILL MAKE IT FOR YOU  CALL AND GST PRICES.  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  J.  Successors to  A. DEWAR & CO.  MINING STOCKS  BOUGHT AND SOLD  Referendum Treasury Stock  Exchequer, 1(KK��  Big Horn, .5000  Peoria, 5000 HM  Richelieu, 1000  WANTED-  Rambler Clriboo and Giant  For wale���fi-room house, Hume addition, ��8.">0.  .14-rootn houso, cheap; tciius easy; elo-.e in.   CALL OX  H. A. Prosser  BROKER. WARD STREET  rzsoxiazimuzzxzxzzixzxixzzxczxxxzxxxriEzxxxxzixxxxxx  JUST   ARRIVED  A Car Load ,of  Allen's Apple Cider,  u THORPE & CO. \  ___l_l_Z-~XXXXXX~--XXX___-~tZX_Z_Z_ZXZX-XXXtX-_XZX__l_  DR. ALEX  FORIN  Oi kick:  Houston Block.  Of|ari��s- St Barbs  h aqd  er  LOGAN dHOTIOff m  J. H. MeMANUfc, M.m.igcr.  Hav slocked with best brands of wines, liquois,  acrid Cig.irs.   Uccr on dinught.    Lai go comfort-  j iible roonib.   Fiist elass tabic board.  'COSTELLOS EXPRESS  AND TRANSFER  Baggage and express moved to any part of the  <clty.   special attention given to heavj teaming.  Office corner Victoria nnd Ward streets. Telephone 192. W. A. COSTELLO. Manager.  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles   .  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lurnjber Always in  Stoc^.  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash, and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchanan's  A large stock ot first-class dry material on  hand, also a fall lino of Bash, doors, mouldlugs,  turned work, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yards   Foot of Hendryx street, Nelson  Televise, m dotyi Rae, Agent  __jg>     J. M. LUDWIC  ��Sm*Li}!��\ Manufacturers of   nnd  ��fP>$K5!w�� dealers in Harness, Pack  ]_[&��aig3 and Stock Saddles. Apara-  1i-\-fse&t   ~ll Joes>. Collars. Bridles and  mm      \\ Whips. ^  v ��� Nelson Harness Shop  Hall Sticet, Nelson.  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NELSON, B. C,  Coffee roasters and dealers In Tea and Coffee,  Offer fresh roasted coffee of best quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound......9  40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds.......... 1 00  Fine Santos, i pounds .,  1 00  Santos Blond, 5 pounds  1 00  Oar Special Blend, 6 pounds  1 00  Our Rio Roast, _ pounds.....  1 00  A trial order solicited. Salesroom 2 doors east  of Oddfellows b'ock, West Baker street.  r^NEYTOXOAN   AT 7_P_ER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply G. L. LENNOX. Solicitor. Nelson B. C  Alex Stewart  Room 3, Turner & Boeeh Block.  NELSON.  Mines  Real Estate  Insurance  Loans  Notary Public and Conveyancer,  Rents Collected on Commission.  8200 c.ish for lot on Out bona! e 'street.  SKXXI (easy tonus) will buy llhc corner on Baker  street, good hotel '���ite. '  81000 y> ill liny fine corner on Vernon street, good  hotel site.  f li00 will buy lol on linker street nearriherbrook  house.  31t0 (half crtsh) w!!1 buy .) lots in Bogustown.  $-'50 lo $275 .ipiccr for choice lots on Carbonate  street.  $2n per month <ui)l icnt 81coined house, imme-  di.ite jio-.session  $850, part cash, will buy house and lot on Robson  street near Stanley street.  Ooltagp .md nice lot with ti suit trees, .>-im!4i point  Iiunrh .it 1'ilot Bay, WJ.'ilius under cultivation.)  Sl'inO iv ill l>n) cot tunc anil lot on Stanley street.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J, TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  NOTICE   OF~ MEETING."  Tho Nelson plumber*, Bin and Hieairi fitter*'  union ineutH every Kecotid atid fourtn iViday at.  Iho Miners" Union h.ill at 8 p.m.  B. WKSKS. Socret&ry pwi testa.  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  ! PLANS  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B. C.  MEALS    25    CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO $1   .   ,   .  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEENS HOTEL  .. "    BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and  flrstHdaas  dining-room. 8ample rooms for commercial men;  RATES $2 PER DAY  W|rs. E. C. ClarKe, Prop.  LATE OF THE ROYAL HOTEI, CALGARY    ...  MEN WANTED  1000 men wanted to unload Curran's  BIG SCHOONERS  Beer or Half-and-half onl>  COOL  lOe  AT THE  FRKSII  CLUB HOTEL  The only good Beer in Nelson  N|adden House 1SSKttffiSl  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained  under one management slnoe 1890.  The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  The bar is always stocked by the best dom 8-  tio and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  B. C. HOTEL   ebib, b. c.  First-class in every respect. Choicest wines,  liquors and cigars. Every comfort for transient  and resident guests.  HEADQUARTERS TOR UNION MEN.  JOSEPH CAMPBELL, Proprietor.  J- E. ANNABLE  GENERAL BROKER  Three dwelling houses for sale on easy tonus.  One lot   on   Stanley  btreet, opposite  Royal  hotel, for salo at a bargain.  Ono seven-roomed houso and one three room  house for rent.  See ANNABLE  Lethbridge Calt Goal  The best value for the money in the market  for aU purposes.  ���jl-srms cash      WV P. Thsrnky, General Agent  Trfeohone 147.    Offino with C, T>. J. OhrtfirTo.  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE   CIGARS���     -  i^ootenay Cigar Mfg. Oo.  NKLSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA  B. REISTERER & CO-  BKEWKBS AX�� B0TTLSR3 Or  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade  Brewery at tfeissR  Nelson   Wine   Oo.  aSiOICE WJNE3 MD LIQUORS  Special attention given to family trade  Tc��M?et,     FfSAHIC      "--   "  Nelson. 11. C. MANAOBK  owers ar|d  Plants  Palmi t>K feet IiSkIi. 500 rces. pot grower in  20 varieties. A clioici' collection of bonne and  bedding plants. Thousands to hclect from. Cut  flowers and designs. Inspection invited. Tho  Nelson Green ilouse, Front Rtreet, two blocks  east of wharf. I). AlcCUKATH.  Orders by mail promptly filled.  Notice of Application for a  Certificate of Improvements.  JlHOKKV Hfl.l   MlNBRAI.riAIM.BirtfVrKIV THK  ASMsuoimt   Mining   Divibio.n*    op   AVkst  KOOIKNAJ     1>IMKICT,   AN'U    I <>( ATM)   AHOlyT  mo mium BormwMr ov Ai.\swon.rH. a is  JIILMSS TIIK Akkaj.s\s, U.MTKUAM) Umov  MlNi-ll\I. CLAIMS.  Take notion that I, II. E. Young, (nctirifc as  agent for E. J. ltobert��, fieo miner'n crrtiiicute  hiiccml Xo. (iSl. and Anna V. Buckle}, freo  mincr'H certificate No. B. 113971 freo miners ccr-  Uflcale No. H. U.HU. intend, Mxtydajs from the  date hereof, to apply to tho mining recotder for  a ccrliflcitc of impro* omenf*. for the pm pose o  obtaining a crown grant of the abo\o claim.  And further lake notice that action, under sec  tion :S7, must bo commenced before tho issuance  of Btioh ecitiiicatc of improvements.  Dated thte 24th day Of Aoril. A. I>., 1<W0.  R. K. YOUNG. P.LA  KC  JERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE & CO., LIMITED.���Corner Vernon  and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealers in terated waters and  fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone 60.  ASSAYERS*   SUPPLIES.  WF. TEETZEL & CO.-Corner Baker and  ��� Josephine streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers in assayers supplies. Agents for Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  CIGARS.     ^~.  OOTENAY   CIGAR   MANUFACTURING  ������  CO.���Cornor Baker and Hall streets, Nel  Bon, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Koote  nay Belle" brands of cigars.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS & CO.���Baker street. Nelson  ��� wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars,  cement. Are brick and Are clay, water pipe and  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  OOTENAY ELEOTRIO SUPPLY & CON-  aSTRUCTION COMPAN Y���Wholesaledcal-  crsin"telephones, annunciators, hells, batteries,  fixtures, ct<:., Houston block; Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN - KER MILLING COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay. Straight or  mixed cars shipped to all Kootenay Points.  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calgary- -  Edmonton 11. R. Mills at Victoria, New Westminster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  TAYLOR FEED & PRODUCE CO.-Bnker  street. Nelson (George F. Motion's old  stand). Flour, Feed, Grnin, Hay and Produce.  Car lots a specialty. Correspondence solicited.  Phone 20. ���..-�����'  K  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P    BURNS St   CO.���Baker  street,   Nelson,  ���   wholesale dealers in fresh and cured meats.-  Cold storage; c  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.���Corner Front and  ��� Hnll streets, wholesale grocers and  jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinaws and miners'sundries.  OOTENAY SUPPLY  COMPANY,   LIMI-  TKD���Vernon   street, Nelson,   wholesale  grocers.  JOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-Front street, Nel-  **    son, wholesalo grocers.  PR. STEWART & CO.���Warehouses onC. P.  ��� R. track, foot of Stanley street, Nelson,  wholesale dealers in provisions, produce and  fruits. Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co.'s  bacon, hams, lard and other products.  JY. GRIFFIN & CO.-Front street, Nelson.  ���   wholesalo   dealers   in   provisions,   cured  meats, butter and eggs. ,  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.-Corner Baker and Josephine  ��� stroets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies. Agents for Giant  Powder Co.  AWRKNCE   HARDWARE    COMPANY���  Baker St.,  Nelson,  wholesale   dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.  ANCOUVER   HARDWARE    COMPANY  LIMITED���Baker street. Nelson, wholesale  doalers in hardware and mining supplies, plumbers and tinsmiths' supplies.   Agnnts Ontario  Works.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER, BEKTON & CO.-Corner "vcrnon  and Josephine Btrcets, Nelson, wholesale  dealeis in liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Browing Co. of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  '-      PAINTS   AND   OILS^  NELSON HARDWARE COMPANY-Baker  Street���Wholesale dealers in paints, oils,  and brnohss of all kinds. Largest stock in  Kootenay.   POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  AMILTON   POWDER  COMPANY-Baker  street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders, -  wholesale dealers in caps and fuse, and electric  blasting apparatus.  sas��;a��d~doors7  NELSON SAW AND PLANING .MILLS,  LIMITED���Corner Front aud HaU streets,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  In sash aud doors; all kinds of factor} work made  to order.   TENTS" AND   AWNINGS.  E1.SON TENT AND AWNING FACTORY���  Bakor street, "Nelson, Manufacturers of ali  kinds of tents, awnings, and canv.is goods."  P. O. Box 76.   Theo. Madson, proprietor.   WINES AND CIGARS. ~ '  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMI-  TED-Corner Front and Hall streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers In wines (case and bulk)  an<i donwH'* and imported fleai*".  ENGINEEKS^  CHARLES PARKER���Mining nnd milling engineer.   West Baker sti eet, Nelson.  FEATERNAL   SOCIETIES^  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. Sc A. M.  iloete second Wednesday in each snonth.���.  Sojourning brethren Invited,  N  &  KNJGHT8 OF PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge. No.  __, Knights of Pythias, meets in I. O. O. F.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay streets, every  Tuesday evening at S o'clock, visiting Kniithta  oordlally invited to attend. R. G. Joy. K. of R.  Sc. 8.   Leonard Scott, C. C.    ___^   NKLSON L, O. L., No. 1692, meets In I. O. O. F.  Hail, corner Baker and Kootenay streets,  1st and 3rd Friday- of each month. Visiting  brethorn oordlally Invited. R. Robinson, XV. M.  XV. Crawford, Recording-Secretary.   NELSON j9SRIE, Numtw 22, Fraternal Order  of Eagles, meets every second and fourth  Wednesday ineach month in Kraternity Hall.  Visiting brethren weloome. W. Gosnell, Presi  dont.  Charles Prosper, Secretary.  TRADES UNIONS.  fO-ELSON MINERS' UNION NO. 86, XV. F. of  J">" M.���Meets in miners' union rooms, northeast corner Victoria and Kootenay streets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting members welcome. M. H. Mowatt, President. Jitmoa  Wilkes, Secretary.  rpitADKS AND LABOR COUNCIL.���The iegu~  A lar meetings of the Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will beheld in tho minors' union hail,  cornor of Victoria and Kootenay streets, on the  first and third-Thursday of each inonth, at  7.30 p. m. G. J. Thorpe, President, J. II. M.ithe-  bon. Secretary.   THK regular meetings of the Carpenters' Union.  aro Yield on Wednesday o\etnng of each  week, at 7 o'clock, in tho Minors' Union hall corner Victoria and Kootonay streets. R, Robinson, President.  James Colling. Secietary.  A.RI3ERS' UNIONS���Nelson UnionTxo. 1!W. of  the International Journeymen Barber's Union of Amenct meets every first and third Monday of etch month ui Mmci's Union Hall, coiiier  ofviotona and Jvoolenay streets, at 8 30 p.m.  bhirp. Visiting brothers cordially inMlod to  attend. J. II. Matliusoii, President. W. S. Bel-  ville, SecreUry.  B  iucklayi:rr asp masovs1 umon. ,  The Biicklayors and Masons' International  Union No 3 of Nolson meut�� >-ocoml and fourth,  Tucsdms in each month at Miners' l'nion hall  J. W, rflclicr, president, Joseph Clark, recording  ondcorrospon<ihig secretary. .  LABORERS' UNION���Nelson Laborers' Pio-  tucthu Union. No. M21, A. V. of L., meets in  Minors' Union Hail, northeast coi net of Victoiia  and Kootenaj streets, c\0rj Monday etcninK  at 8 ii.ni shin jt. Visiting members of the American rederation cordial!} invited to attend. Joint  Mullen, President. Porcj Shackclton, Secretary.  N~ KLSON PAINTERS' UNION���The regular  meeting of tho Painters' Union is hold  the first and third Fridays m each month nt Miners' l'nion hull at 7:30 sh.irp.  T. O. Skatbo, President.  Will J. Hatch, Secretary.  _\ __?*?[_���_ **   l"*,w"*'* ** * ** *>&**>��� <t'H"l��  I'llMi II  <*_Jf* - 4*   J. *  SnSmrn^^ THE TRIBUNE: KELSON, B. C, TUESDAY JUNE 12 1900  ft.  ���li  u.  R  Rubber Gloves  FOR WOMEN AND MEN  The proper thing for spring house-  cleaning and gardening  Furniture Polish  To make your Furniture look as good  as new, try our  "FRENCH FURNITURE POLISH."  W. F. Teetzel & Co,  Victoria Block, Corner Baker and Josephine Streets  DRUGS AND ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES  _i-'SLS_^^^^iSL:&&S__i&i��i 'S''S'5fS"S"3B,,S'Mi"iB";iS,iB"^  //.^���^���^^���^���^.���^���"���"���"�����I-^- ���_*-_*-^-_*'-__<-j3>-)m*-_S'-__i-^'-4->^.-^  Why do we dispose of our  Goods so quickly?  uf  iti  to  to  to  to  to  iti  Because we always5have  The Best Goods  The Latest Goods  The Largest Stock  The Neatest Goods  1      The Bight Prices, and  The   Obliging   Clerks  Xti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  \b The Leading Jeweler  '���^���___ '_*'_�����_ ^-m_k-'3_-__"22"��_>���_$��� Si  ���**���*��� ~-*��*0-_-*-_9-0*-__'-tS>-T8i.^'  Wft  xti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  iti  to  to  iti  to  to  to  to  to  to  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Our Watchmaking and Jewelry Department has  to  no equal in the province. *{/  JACOB DOVER     f  Baker Street, Nelson U  _*.!_?'<__���>_*.<_*.��?. e? .i_*'i__'.<__������ 0_*-0*e_l  Our Clearance  of Dry Goods  Sale  is still on and will be continued until all is sold. Linen for skirts  at 10, 15, and 20 cents per yard; White Dress, Duck, regular 20c  goods, sale price V2\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 STHEET.  THERE;IS ONLY ONE FIRM OF  GROCERS  IN THIS TOWN FOR US  THAT IS  Tlje Western Mercantile Corn fg ^Limited.  BAKER STREET,  GROCERS  NELSON, B. C.  Just Received.  A large consignment of the latest  styles of hats, union and custom  made.   Clothing  for bargains at  THEO MADSON'S  CI.OTHIMG   HOUSE.  BAKER  STREET,   NELSON.  WHY BUY CANNED FRUITS?  We Have the Strawberries, Sug'ap,  and 'Fruit Jars.  P. O, BOX 170.  HOUSTON UJ.OCK.  -   Telephone 161.  Car Load of I. ike of (lie Wonrit.  Flour .Just, Itctcncd.  John i\. Irviqg & Os  S  Lots of them In the city water.   Get one of our filters  on trial.   Prices 40 cents, $1.25 and $i.75.  OPPOSITE POSTOFI-'JCK.  STRACHAN  BROTHERS.  GENERAL BROKER  i doors west of Dominion Express office.  P..O. Box 523.  Irenes; Oflico Ul, Houso 152  Thico nix room houics foi rent.  Ileal estate in all parte of the city for sale  AG BNT J'OU S. 8. KIMBALL'S SAWCS  INSURANCE.  LOANS.  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door wesfc  of Ba.uk of British  Columbia building.  Saber Stmt  James J. Chambers is making application for reinstatcn'cnt into tho ranks of  amateur sportsmen, and as his application is endorsed by the rowing club and other organizations, it will doubtless be granted. Chambers  was professionalized through competing for cash  prizes as a member of tho tire department hose  team. He i.s one of the crack local oarsmen and  will have a seat in Nelson's best four when he is  numbered anion}? amateurs again.  Miss   L. Crow   of   Ymir   is   the  guest of Mrs. Creamer, Fairviow.  The Greenwood fire department  has extended a pressing invitation to the Nelson  fiiefightcr>, to visit the Hound.uy city on the  2Mb and 2*Jlli to compete jn the lic-e ieci races  vthicufoim .1 fcalmc of the LClcbiation spoito  theie. It XcKon accepts si.iti-factoi} prises will  bcairangcd. The local team will pioh.vbly be  repiesontcd.  An examination of the defendant  for di<-co\ en in (he suit of McLaren u Billings  has been ��et down for Kndai. The action is  biought to lecover .1 half inteie��t in tho Uio  Tintoand othei mineral claims located in the  Ymir (listnct nuclei an alleged paitnorship.  Bowes & Waul aie foi plaintiff, and Macdonald  & Johnson foi defendant.  AV. G. Gillette secured the contract for tho creel ion of (he pa\ ilion at Lakeside  paik. The building is to be elected by fc.iturday.  and w 01 k vi as commenced j esteidoj.  AV. H. Bullock-Webster lefb yesterday foi Greenwood on olllci.il business.  Captain J. AV. Troup and P. AV.  Peteis arc spending tho day in the Boundai)  countrj on a tup of inspection.  The steamer Moyie resumes her  icgiilar trips to Kootenaj Landing tonight. The  Nelson is to be retained on the i tin also.  Charles    MeHardy    and     John  Hunter have acsinned possession of the Nelson  Haidwaie Coinpanj s business. G. S. Teei s  oflleo is located in capta;n Hodgins' premises on  Baker street.  The funeral of the late Edward  Kussell took place jcsteid.iy afternoon and was  vor) largely attended, many of the older residents of the city who had known and esteemed  the deceased for jcars beiog in attendance. The  cortege formed at his house on Latmipr stieet  and proceeded to fat. Sa\iour'�� church whore  Rev. H 8. Akohuisi ofilciatcd. At the ccmcteiy  Mr. Akohurst conducted the last sad e\euise  in the presence of a laiee g.itheung of yvmpa-  Ihi/ing friends. The pall bearers were- W, H.  Waid, Fred Iivinc, C. W. West, C'huiles Hilljci,  T. JI. Waid and H. S. Uiinimins The sudden  demise of the late Mr. Kussell created wide-  spienrt regiet. paitieulaily among the citi/ons  whoh.-ue lesidcd in Nelson for scion oi eight  j cars. He was well and favorablj known to a  wide cn clem the citj anddislnct.  The decision of justice Martin for  defendants in tho suil of Sloan as Gormlej, involving a nice point of iiiimnir law, has open  tin own out by the full com t at Vancouvci and a  new trial granted. Bowes & Ward weie for ap-  pellanls and Galliher & Wilson for respondents.  T. G. Procter sailed from Liverpool on the bth inoUnt, and is e\pcc'cci in Nelson  in about a week's tune.  P. AV. Rolfc of Rossland is in Nel-  son on hi" way home fi om a visit to East Kootenaj".  All association   football players  aie requested tomest.it tl.e Waverley hotel tomorrow eveningafcS n in., when business of im  portunce will bo traitsacttd.  Tom Cameron was a pa?senger on  the Slocan tiain last nighl and in the course of  the tup to the city lud double aboaid the train.  Dminj'the piogiessof the low Tom's lip,id was  pushed thiough the car window and his face was  badly cut for several inches under the left eic.  He was tiktn to the genei il hospital where the  wound was diesscd by Dr. Doheitj, house surgeon.  Shortly before midnight on 'Sat-  urdaj us the steamer Nelson was leaving on her  i mi to the Landing.i l.ldj and ,. gentleman hud  a nariow escape from di owning The lady  ��lepoed over (he side of the gang plank into 8 or  10 foot of water, and the gentleman, a %vel!  known bubiric's man, who wasstat.dmgclose by,  leaped m without a moment's hesitation, ancl  without willing to disc,.ud luit or oveico.it.  Neither could swim, but they managed to keep  alioat until help armed. The gentleman in the  case is of a retiung disposition, hence Tjir. Tmra  u.vb withholds the names of the parties concerned  A. Bernard Buckworth, returning  oflieer for the election just concluded, returns  today to ymir, having concluded his official duties in connection with the election All the ballot bo\es, with the official document-, ballot*,  Ctc . weie ci<vtcd ui> and tent to Victoria.  The actions  brought undor  the  Mechanics' Lieu Act against the Kloiula (Md  Miring Cflinpuny. huiG been satisfied. The  amount of the claims was $i')I and Ihe ofllcial  papers of satisfaction were filed yestcidaj.   Daniel McLean of-Aiusworth-wns  locked up at the pioilnciiil jail yesteiday after  passing a liicly morning. He boaraod the  Rfciimei Kokanee on her down (up and made a  blufi .it committing suicide b> attempting to  jump ovt r the sail into the lake. On this the ofllcei s of the htcnincr had him tnn-cd up with  ropci. and op aniviiigheie notified the prowii-  cial police. W. H. Bullock-Webster went down  to the wharf with u friend who is a Tacoma de  tectne. When SlcLean was released ho was  augiy and chewed a mouthful from the hand of  the Aiueiioan oflieer. Finnllj the prisoner was  t.ikcn to the mil, wheie he.iwiulfla trial.  An injunction was served on La-  vomto & Ooft jcstc.riaj' jtf tho instance, of  Kwong Wing Chong to pioionl them from  manufnolitriiiK hnclc on Josephine street lie  twoen Vernon and Kiimt sticel.s. The matter  will be mgiipd ut the uum t hoiit-u this week. The  wut in this mailer was issued on Muj ilth.and  notion is nov being lnsC'iilcd. Oullihoi & ^'il-  hOn uic for dufcndaiils and Tajjor & lliiiiiiiiigton  ���no forpliiinliil',  F.  AV. Smith   htis tondeied his  rcsiguii'ion fiom the city police fono to (ho  uolitetnumiisMoner, to t.iko effect on Sunday  last, Smirh liiisboci'on thofojee fornje'ir, but  has not cnjojed the bes( of health. Ho will  JeiuT foi tho cibton ti \isit within a daj or two,  The records made at the mining'  iecordcrsollice jesteid.i} were jis follows' Ccr-  tilicitos of woik lo Alfred lluukov outheltojal  Seal mincial chum, to William Scliii.nl/iedon  the Fiiht Helu-f, to \\' II Jaci><tou on the ltopub-  lic, to.T. K Ciiipin,i;i on (he Maj (lower: Kins-  fers, .i([iiarterintcict.l in the Charmer mineral  claim on Hall creek ffoin K. Peters to W. E.  Tajloi.  The members of the Congregational rhiiich will meet lomonow evening at lhe'  residence of John Watson, Stanley streel, to discuss vai ioui- biismesi miittei i. Iho Ladies'Aid  6-ociet\ meets at 3 o'clock on the aftei noon of the  Mine cl ly.  There were heaps of  trouble in  lhoi.inks.of Iho junior foo'h.ill club jesterclay  aftei iioi.n,   1 lie tc.uu is cniupi iscd of lud-i from  \_ lo l.'iyo.iisof ngf, and the funds to purchase  Iho ticcessaiy lm.Il weie raised bj two oi three of  them, who solicited two bit subsetipliono fiont  citi/cns    In the couiso of the game yesteiday  the boys concluded thai  ope of the lads ,\ho  raised t<>ii t of the funds was no ballplnjer. md  should be eiecleci trom the oluli    \\ lien thiscle  chIoii was annoiinocd the undcii'.iblo iiictiilji-r  quietlj- picked up the pigskin <uid marched oif,  follow eu by the balance of the meinbei s, w ho al  fcornafclj sci.ippeilandaigued o^cr the malter,  but  without regaining possession  ot tlio hall.  Finally the I'lected member was bought up for  fifteen ecut^.ind peite w.is restored,   'lhe trouble lasted foralniosfftwohouih, and chief Jams  was called in totettlo the dispute.   The chief m-  fftinied the fids Hiat oeyerul nice points of Jaw  woroinvohed, on which he must take c.vperfc  legal advice befoieinteiferine,  WILL PUNISH THE RAIDERS  General War News  London, JuneT2.���4 a.m.���Fifty  thousand British troops are within  half a hundred miles of the marauding Boers north of Kroonstadt, and  are expected, Of course, to make  short work of them. Nevertheless,  outside of the slender war office  telegrams, no one knows what is  going on. South of Kroonstadt  there is a wide gap. The railway  is only partially defended, and as  general Kelly-Kenny has hurried  all the available troops north, the  assumption is that there is danger  of a second raid. The loss of the  Derbyshires is estimated at from  000 to 700 men.  A Renter dispatch from Maseru,  dated June 11th, says fifteen hunch ed Boeit> surrendered to general  Brabant today in the Ficksburg  district.  Machadorp has been finally proclaimed the capital of the Transvaal. A Lorenzo Marquez dispatch says thafc the village Las  swollen into a small cifcy, the majority of the inhabitants living in  tents.  An official Boer telegram asserts  thafc the British have been defeated  with considerable loss afc Donkers-  poort, in the southern extremity of  the Free State, ten miles from Norval's Pout. It was thought that  this district had been cleared of  Boers and rebels long ago.  The Boers still cling to Laing's  Nek, but general Buller's forces are  still working far around in that direction.  Lord Roberts has wired Capetown that prior to AVednesday lie  had liberated 151 officers 3500 of  the rank and file. The Boers consequently only took 900.  Mr. Schreiner. the Cape premier,  had eight supporters out of forty  at a caucus called to consider the  ministerial program. Mr. J. X.  Merriam, treasurer, and Air. J. AV.  Sauer, commissioner r of public  works, have resigned from the cabinet, and Mr. Schreiner's own resig-'  nation is believed to be- imminent,  although he may reconstruct the  ministry with the aid of the opposition, the British members. Tho  cabinet sifcuation.is so interesting  that sir Alfred Milner will postpone  his trip north.  Food is still scarce" afc Mafeking  but the railway^ is nearly repaired. Seventy-two rebels have  been arrested in the Vryburg and  Mafeking - districts. . Sixfcy-iive  were marched into Mafeking, by  two of their late prisoners at  Mosfcia.~  All of general Carrington's force  had landed at Beira a week ago.  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS  &  CO.  HARDWARE  ESTABLISHED 1892  Garden, Mil  Steam and  Hose.  Suction  Crucible  Cast  Steel  5-16 to 1-in. in  Wire Rope  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���Truax Ore Cars, Oiant Powdor, nnd Metropolitan Kuso, etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NELSON  KASLO  SANDON  The organization to invade the  Transvaal from the north is already far advanced.  A Boer deserter, who arrived at  Maseru yesterday, asserts that 7,000  Boers participated in the Roos-  kratitz engagement, that general  Olivier was killed and that general  Devilliers was mortally wounded.  The young American women who  are nursing in the hospital at Ladybrand have been slighted by the  Boer women who are nursing the  Boer sick in the same hospital, and  have been made the object of unpleasant remarks because the Americans are nursing the English.  Thirty thousand troops were engaged in the mimic field operations  at Aldershot yesterday.  News From the Orient.  Victoria, June 11.���The Queen  Adelaide from the Orient brings  files containing the story that six  weeks ago Japan and Russia were  close to war over the landing of a  Japanese trader, whose removal  was demanded by the Russians at  Masampo. The war was said to be  averted by the refusal of Britain to  act with Japan, owing fco the fact  that she was engaged iu South Africa. Advices from Shanghai tell  of the murder of the Chinese general, Yang Loh. AVhile parleying  with the Boxers near Ting Fu, he  was cut down from behind and  hacked to pieces. The French consul at Yarran was found to be supplying arms to the rebels of south  China, and the Chinese government  has asked for his removal.  Refrigerators  Prices from $10 to $30  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  i-_r-'��i'^'_Z'tZ'iZ-_i,-__'"__',��� _*''_?���'?��� ���_-.'-_.-_a,-_s.-__.._m,._a.._��-__K'}_s.__.-_^  <���  BUSINESS  MJBNTION,      .,  r  To Rent���House and two lots on  Carbonate street, next iloor to mayor Houston.  Seven looiHsniid bathroom, hot ana cold ivntcr.  baths, etc. It has inst been repa-recl and kal-  hoinined. Thatj doll.irs per month. Taylor &  Hannington.  House to Let���Furnished or un-  fuijinched���Three bediooins, dining ioom. driuv-  iiicr room, wming room, liall and kitchen. For  fnl! particulars apply to J. h. Vanstone, broker.  For sale���Stock and  fixtures of  the Nelson IV./a.tr amounting to about four  hundred dollars.  Furnished rooms  to let���Apply  Cainej block, one dooi east of Oddfellow's hall.  Hack   calls' leffc afc   fche -Pacific  Transfer bam on Vornon street. Telephone  call 35.  ���THE GREAT   ENGLISH-AMERICAN  SYNDICATE  HOWS  Kruger's Bodyguard.  London, June 32.;���The Lorenzo  Marquess correspondent of the Times  says : "Afc Machadorp president  Kruger has a bodyguard of 1000  burghers. Stores are being moved  as' quickly as possible from thafc  poinfc to Lydenburg. The Portuguese 'authorities sent a further  body of troops fco the border today."  At the Piench War Office.  Paris, June-II.���It is officially  announced that geneial de Lannes,  chief of the4 geueral staff of the  minister of war, hab tendered his3  resignation at the request of general Andre. He withdrew ifc and  will be retained in the direction of  the general staff.  HOTEL ARRIVALS,  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  185 Baker Street.  Telephone 10.  KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.  W  to  to  to  to  to  for  xti  to  We have removed our place of business  the next few months to the old Burns  shop, next to the Nelson Hotel, where we  hope to see all our old customers and many   to  new ones.   Give us a call.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  Telephone 10  185 Baker Street  xti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  C��i o .50  *&>  W  ��  i;a>  I'fSI.  ���>���(��>  mt  At 7HK .Phaik��� XV. A. Davies, Ka��ilo: F. W.  Rolt, .7. A. Macdonald. Rofcslnnd; O. S. Kmbrce.  Greenwood, Mrs Davis, MKb M. Luberiio, Row  land; J. Galbraith. Miss Nolson, Toronto; R. A.  Turner. Airs. Strickland, A1m�� Johnston, Greenwood,  At rue Humi:.���F. O. Potf��, Fernie; V. XV.  Godfrey, Mrs. Ijantpshiins, Mr��. C. A. Lawjor'  Toronto; J. P. McLean. Kossland. V. h. Kohn,  h. Tluycr and family, Toronto; H H. I'licmn,  Winnipeg; XV. H. Langndge, Revelstoke; H T.  Xingbbuty, H. B. Dickenson, V. Dickenson,  Slocan City.  BROWN  #  HATSI  B  We have just received a large  consignment of Stetson hats in  all the latest shapes and styles,  also hats from some of the hest  English makers, including  Christy's celebrated hard hats,  which we are selling at prices  to suit everybody.  1$  #  -W-  B  Coming on its Cwij Palace Traiqs  Will be in jfalson on  THURSDAY,  JUNE 21st  SPECIAL   EXCURSION   BATES.  Will be mndo by nil lailroida and steamer  li lie from blocan Cit), .Silverton, Now Demer,  Three Korta, Sandon, K(uJo,��nd all intermediate  points t>f one fure to* round trip. On sate June  2frf, good to return Jssue 22nd,  Tendons will b<* leceiwl by tlio nnderhijjncd up  to tiie evening of Wednesday, June 2<)tSi, for the  supplying of (lie following urlicles to the Piovin-  cial Gaol,it Nelson from July 1st, 1SKXJ, to June  .fflth, i!H>l  GROCERIES  RREAD  MKAT  COAL  VKGET ARIAS  BROOMS. h'l'C.  A detailed list can bo roen and any information  obtained nt Uic Govcumietit Ai;��nts oflicc.  JOHN A. TCKNKK.  Government Agent,  in  Red, Blue, Amber  and Green.  t(ooter)ay Electric Snpnly &  Construction Co. BnoiSMS85  JUST ARRIVED  IN NELSON  R. R HITHET & CO., Ltd.  CARLOAD  CANADIAN WHISKIES  Including bulk and case S��.agriim. 2,  and 7 j ear old. Oiies���Club rye. flunks  n e, Gooderham & Worts Special: G. &  XV. ordinary���White Wheats Whisky.  A, B. G&A.y, Bnlosr UU, Kootenay Kepresentativo  S*

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