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 DAILY EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  nn&  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAiL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR  NELSON:  FJRTDAY MORNING JUNE IS  J 900.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  -/  NELSON'S ATHLETIC SPORTS  General Notes.  o  Manager Waterman of the base-  hall club has received a letter from  Itossland asking for a game on Sunday. He was compelled to "decline  as the intervening time was too  short to arrange for train service  .���md get up a crowd to accompany  tin teun. Unless something un-  f. rseen arises the Nelson nine's  next game will be at Spokane ou  tho 22ud instant. The management hopes that the team will, not  cross the border without a strong  following, and are confident that  their hopes"in this direction will be  realized. Rossland plays here during the celebration and an effort  will be made at thafc time to aria tige a series of home and home  games between Itossland and -Nelson. The"nines are well balanced  and a series of four or six games  will result in.an exciting contest,  with the odds about even.  The recreation grounds are  claimed by the vaiious spotting organizations for practice purposes as  follows :  Baseball���Tuesday and Thursday  nights.  Lacrosse���AVednesday and Friday nights and Sunday afternoon.  Association football ��� Monday  and Thursday nights.  This arrangement has been settled upon as regards tlio center of  the field by mutual agreement.  The plan does not necessarily prevent the clubs from practicing on  oilier nights. The football club,  for instance, will have their permanent goal posts at the cast end of  the grounds, and can work out any  night on the grass plot east of the  goal posts without interfering in  tne least with the other sports.  W. 11. Morrison, as curator, has  charge of the ball, and members oi'  the club may have it for practice  any night. In the same way the  - kt'^osse and baseball men can utilise a portion of the grouuds Avibh-  'oufc friction. If the various players  aio prepared to give and take some  through an admitted fluke, is receiving a new coat of paint and  will lie shipshape for the demonstration. Matheson's ono and a  half rater is also in the process of  overhauling. She is beiug equipped  with a new mast, which will improve her sailiug properties. The  sailing and rowing men are figuring on elaborate displays for the  water carnival.  In addition to the Hudson's Bay  Bay Company's crews mentioned  the other day, the following crews  are taking exercise for the water  sjjorts:  Coxhead���stroke.  Brown���No. -..  Madson���No. 2.  MeHardy���Bow.  Win ter���stroke.  Hickling���No. 8.  Bevan���No. 2.  Curtis���bow.  Matthews���stroke  McRae���No. H.  MeLeod���No. 2.  Wetmore���bow.  The crews as above are in a measure provisional and may be changed  at any time. The first H. B. C.  crew was oufc on Wednesday night  and rowed well. The four took a  long easy spin, winding up with a  few hundred yards of good, lively  rowing. A couple of the members  sire new men, but they promise to  become creditable oarsmen.  u hat the  recreation grounds  a'ford abundant space for, all.  will  The football club is making application to the celebration committee  for a grant toward bringing a club  to the cifcy for a game on one of  tiie demonstration days. The club  io unfortunate iu this*, inasmuch a.  the committee's funds were understood to have been appropriated  to fche last cent before the foofcbail-  ists gOC into the game. .The club is  a live organization, however, the  fact that they have, already 52  members, almost all of them player?., on the roll being the strongest  evidence on this point,' and the  celebration,committee ought to recognize this iu a practical manner.  Of course if there is an absolute  shortage of funds the club will  havo to rustle the money it��clf and  Tub TitiKt'XK believes that the  members are good enough sporfcs-  nion-to do-this-mueh withoufc-mak-  an undignified Jiowl.  in  There are a number of citizens  who would like to see the steam  launches owned here come together  in a race. This- branch of the fleet  includes the Yedefctc owned by W.  If. McLean and George Hale, the  Mischief owned by George S. Beer,  and the Pretoria owned by captain  (.'ore and F. W. Peters besides the  gasoline launches owned by Dr.  Litbau aud , George Hale. The  launches are nofc all evenly matched  but the members might come together and arrange matters so that  a good race would be assured.'  Three steam launches leaving the  scratch together and steaming over  a two-mile course "full speed ahead"  is an exciting nautical event which  never fails to arouse spectators to  a. high pitch of enthusiasm. With  this feature added the water sports  for the demonstration would be  complete.  The water front is a center of activity jusfc now. George Hale is  just finishing tho hull of Dr. La.  Bau's launch which promises to be  a trim, comfortable little craft, iier  lines being particularly smart. She  ���\*i ill be an alcohol steamer, the fluid  being used as a filler for the boiler  where it is converted into steam,  utilized and then condensed iuto its  original form and used over again  The apparatus is the first of its kind  brought into Nelsou and considerable curiosity has been aroused as  to its value from a practical standpoint. The Myth, which still holds  the undisputed championship of  the lake, despite her defeafcafc Kaslo  Harry Christie is raising clouds  of dust wifch his trotting team,  which he purchased while attending the races, at Myers' Falls,  Washington. The pair are well  matched sorrel cayuses, and they  cover the road in splendid style.  The recreation grounds have  seldom presented a livelier scene than  was tho case last night.     The baseball   club   opened  with an hour's  practice,  Phair,  Caver-ley, Rockenfield,  Mills, Waters,  Houston. Partridge, Eacritt, Neelands and Blackwood being out.    The team worked  oufc under the direction of manager  Waterman and had a rattling practice.   When thoy leffc the field the  association football men took possession.   Two elevens were chosen  and the players had an hour's hard  practice,  the  beneficial  results   of  which could be noticed towards the  end of the evening. * The play was  none  too  scientific  but this is not  unnatural in view of the fact that  the club had only practiced onco  before   and   many, of the  players  have not kicked a ball in years.   A  disposition was manifested on  the  part of a dozen players to hold  the  ball   after   it   should    have   been  passed.       The    playing    captains  should insist on correcting this, and  instil the necessity for combination  play   iuto the  teams.     Only star  players are justified  in attempting  long dribbles, and then only  occasionally, and individual work can always be sacrificed  with advantage  to combination  play.    Before the  football   team   leffc the Municipal  band marched down wifch  the rifle  company and played a number of  selections in a- s-pirited- manner on  the grand stand.     Fully 250 people  had gathered and  the  progress of  the   football    game  was   watched  with interest.  BOER ARMY STILL INTAGT  Kruger's Version of Events.  London, June 15.���4 a.m.���That  commandant general Botha should  have been able to stand for two  days against-loid Roberts and then  retreat without losing any guns or  having his men captured, is taken  to mean that he has a force which  the British must reckon with as  formidable Avhen acting defensively.  The pacification of the whole of  the Transvaal, especially the wide  spaces far from the railways, is  looked upon as a business requiring  months rather than weeks. <  A bulletin issued June 12th at  Machadorp says: "Both wings of  the federal forces touched the advancing enemy at. 10 a. m. yesterday east of Pretoria. Fighting  continued until dark. The enemy,  though in overwhelming numbers,  were checked along a line of 30  miles, and the burghers succeeded  in driving back their right wing  five miles."  Another Machadorp announcement is that the first regiment of  general Buller's force to attack Almond's Nek was annihilated, but as  the British were in overwhelming  numbers, the burghers were compelled to abandon the Nek.  A dispatch  from  Lorenzo   Marquez dated yesterday says president  Kruger is holding on to his gold,  and issuing   paper notes   from a  press in his car.    The Boer government's coin stock is exhausted, and  the   officials  aie  now paying  out  plain gold discs unstamped.     Some  who have declined to accept notes  have taken  their  salaries  in gold  bars.,   The Boer government is still  paying out much gold in thafc way.  Two steamers arrived at Lorenzo  Marquez yesterday bringing several  thousand tons of supplies consigned  to Portuguese merchants, but destined for the Boers.     One hundred  Americans,   French,   German   and  Hollanders have arrived by various  steamers en route fco the Transvaal.  General Buller will be unable "to  advance further until he gets ������sup-  plies.   He will probably wait until  the tunnel has been cleared. Nearly  every farmhouse his troops  passed  flew a white flag.   The British took  nothing without paying for it, and  a brisk business was done.  General Rundle had a sharp skirmish at Ficksburg on June 12th.  The Boers had been aggressive  along the whole Ficksburg line and  menaced Ficksburg in force. The  British outposts retired to the village. General Rundle held the attention of fche Boers in front with  guns, while the Yeomanry were  sent around to their rear and drove  them off with' a loss of three  wounded to the British.  President Steyn is afc Uitkop.  his presence there is supposed fco  account for, the Boer activity.  different foreign legations there.  One of these dispatches states that  the secretary of the Belgian legation was attacked twice on Monday  and escaped, being maltreated by  ROBERTS' LAST BIG BATTL  Official Account.  London, June 11.���[Special to  The Tribune.]- Lord Roberts reports to the war office under date  of Pretoria, June 13, as follows,*  "Methuen advanced to Honing-  spruit yesterday and found all  quiet. Kroonstadt'is strongly held.  Methuen returned today to Rhenoster river, whore the railway is  being repaired. We were engaged  all yesterday with Botha's ! army.  The enemy fought wifch determination aud held our cavalry on both  flanks, but Hamilton, assisted by  the Guards" brigade of Pole-Carew's  division pushing forward, took the  hill in his front which caused the  enemy to fall back on their second  position to the eastward. This  they are still holding. It is slightly  higher than the one we have captured, the great extent of country  which has to be covered under  modern conditions of warfare rendered progress very slow. Details  of the casualties have nofc reached  us but I understand they are moderate ix\ numbers. The only further casualties reported today are  two officers wounded."  Price of Copper.  _S~i.w York. June 14,��� Copper  dull; brokers' $ 10.50; exchange  $1(5.50.  CAPITAL FOR LARDO-DUNCAN  Toronto Company- in LuckT      ���  Kaslo, June 14.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���"There is more talk of  the Duncan and Lardo district in  Spokane than of any other district  ou this side." So said Mr. Charles  Caldwell when he returned from  Spokane yesterday.. "I think." he  added, "there will be a great deal  of money for that section this year.  The elaim.s in the upper Duncan,  owned by T.N. Barnard of Wallace,  Idaho, namely the Irene, Eva, Mary  and Sherlock, have been stocked in  Wallace, and the stocks sold like  hot cakes."  James Mackay Anderson who has  .just come >down from the Lardo  says that \. Cosgrove has struck a  big ledge 100 feet wide on Big  Glacier creek. The Gold Hills Exploration Company of Toronto, of  which Mr. Mackay i.s western manager, has three claims on the same  ledge. It is within 3i miles of the  Kaslo & Slocan's Lardo branch.  By tho way it was not the real  Chicora lead that the Gold Hill's  meu cut some time since, and about  which there was some stir. Mr.  Anderson says ��� "It seems that  they cut another lead altogether,  showing values in gold. The lead  we intended them to cut shows  galena so that now wo have two  leads on our property. We will  probably cut the galena lead iu  about 51 feet."   Unhealthy for Diplomats.  Washington, June IL���Official  dispatches show that the rioting in  Pekin has reached an acute stage,  with the lioters directing a number  of assaults against members of the  the m. ' . On the same day two  officii.-.- of the British legation,  servi: as student interpreters,  were, icked by a large crowd, of  rough^, The young Englishmen  held +llfeattacking party back for a  time, but when the mob thereat-  ened to close in on them, they drew  revolvers and by a show of force  made their retreat without bodily  injury.     __.. ��� '������  NEWSPAPER MAN IN LUCK  In the Lardeau District.  Kasho, June 14.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���One of the luckiest of  northwestern newspaper n,ea is J.  J. Young, brother Of Dave Young,  merchant of this town. J. Young,  with a few dollars.capital, took  over the Calgary Herald some time'  since and began to coin money.  He became interested in mining in  the Lardeau, a distinct district  from the Lardo, and still his star  shone. He got connected with W.  B. Poole, one of the best known of  the old time prospectors, and  through him secured an interest in  the Nettie L on Poole creek. The  other day he was offered $100,000  in hard cash for his share, but so  great i.s his belief in the property  that he refused to'sell out. The  man who made the offer was F. W.  Goodsall, of the Little Phil and the  Black Diamond at Ainsworth.  The United mine, in the Ainsworth camp, which was recently  bonded by Frank Heap, is showing  up well in surface development. 11  is reported that Mr. Heap is negotiating with New York parties to  take over his bond. If they do so  they will put up a concentrator and  perform considerable work.  Another novel mining deal is that  whieli-police magistrate Carney of  this city has succeeded in pufcfcing  through. Manchester, England,  capitalists have decided to develop  his property on Fry creek. 11 miles  above this cifcy, in order to see  whether the big Jead-is likely to  yield an adequate return if extensively exploited." The terms under  which they have agreed to take up  the property are as follows: They  will pay magistrate Carney $25,000  altogether; of thi�� $20,000 is fco be  in shares of the development company, and the other five thousand,  dollars will be paid to him afc ��� the  rate of ten shillings.per ton on the  ore mined. Mr. Carney expresses  himself as entirely .satisfied with  this arrangement and pi edicts that  Fry creek Avill be a good mining  camp in no very long time.    *  EIGHT HOURS IN MONTANA  CHINESE TAX IS INCREASED  Clark and Heinze Consent.  Butte, June 13.���Miners' Union  day, 1900, will be fche mo-.fc memorable in the history of the camp,  -During the exercises in the opera  house preceding the procession letters were read from senator W. A.  Clark and F, Aug. Heinze, the latter  the head of the Montana Ore Purchasing Company, granting the  miners in their employ their request for an eight-hour working  day. In his letter senator Clark  says:  "I realize the hazardous character  of labor in the mines increases with  depth of the working by reason of  the difficulty of veutilation and  other reasons. I am satisfied thafc  the demand for shortening fche time  for a day's work fco eight hours in  all underground mines is not an unreasonable one, and I have given  instructions to tiie superintendents  of all my mines to adopt fche eight-  hour system, beginning on the 15th  instant."  The Heinze lettor says:   ���  "It is undoubtedly a fact that no  occupation is more hazardous than  that of ,fche underground miner. Tt  involves more risks than other labor, and the accidents to which a  miner is subjected are most disastrous. The profits of those engaged  in mining have greatly increased iu  the last few years through the rise  in the price of copper, bufc the underground miner has had no share  in this prosperity. On and after  today���the anniversary of the  Butte Miners' Union���the miners in  the employ of all mines in which f  have a controlling voice shall receive the present ��cale of wages for  a day's labor of eight hours."  Both announcements were received wifch cheers. Everybody is  celebrating fche event.  New Bill Introduced.  Ottaava,  June   14.���[Special   to  The Tribune.]���In the house today,  Laurier introduced a bill to restrict  Chinese immigration.   The premier  gave the history of the whole question, dealing with Japanese immigration as well.    He said that British Columbia had grievances from  both classes, and it was the intention of the government to issue  a  Royal Commission   to   investigate  Japanese and Chinese immigration  and    lay    the      whole      matter  before      the      imperial     authorities   so   that    the   matter    could  be properly dealt with.   The question was an imperial one.    He was  prepared to deal with the Chinese  question,  but   he  recognized that  the agitation  in British  Columbia  included Japanese as well.    He was  not prepared now to put the Japanese on  the same footing as the  Chinese,  thereby probably involving  Britain  in Avar.    The  government had been asked to put  legislation similar to the Natal Act in  force, but that would include  Japanese and he would not deal Avith  Japanese now.    In respect to  the  Chinese bill he proposed  to  raise  the poll tax from $50  per  head  to  $100 per head.  The premier, in stating that the  government had decided to increase  the poll tax to $100, showed that  this Avas the amount which was  asked for several years by the legislature of British Columbia. There  Avas just one departure from this,  and that Avas in 1890, when the  legislature asked that"the tax be  increased to $500. To double it afc  once would be a considerable advance, aud a step in the right direction. The result would be in-  A'esfcigated, and the government  would thus get,information on the  Avhole question.  In respect to the Japanese, he  was satisfied that British Columbia  would not wish to jeopardize the  interests of Britain iu the Orient afc  the present time.  Colonel Piior said there would be  bufc one opinion in British Columbia, andthat Avas that the act did  not go far enough. He did not see  Avhy the Natal act %vas nofc adopted.  Clarke Wallace was'of the same  opinion in legard ,to the poll tax on  Chinese, bufc he agreed Avith the  premier in respect to the. Japanese,  Fighting in Ashantee.  London, June 15.���The Daily Express has fche following from Prahsu  dated yesterday: ''There has been  another fight on fche lines of communication of the Kumassi relief  expedition. No details haA'e been  officially supplied. There are 10.000  Ashantis suriounding Kumassie  and 5000 surrounding the relief  forces.  GREAT POWERS ART DIVIDED  ship and H. M. S. Phoenix have returned there. A Russian warship  wifch 600 troops has gone to Hankow. Chinese desperadoes at Quin-  san, forty miles from Shanghai,  have seized the steam launches and  treated the passengers  piratically.  TROOPS NEEDED IN CHINA  Two Favor Partition.  London, June 11.���A telegram  received from Yunnan Fu says thafc  the English and French missions  there have been burned and that  the foreign residents have taken refuge iu the viceroy's residence. The  trouble, this dispatch says, is reported to be one due fco French intrigues.  A special dispatch from Shanghai, dated today, says: *'A report  has- been received hero fchafc the  Biitish, American .and Japanese  ministers in Pekin favor the restoration of emperor Kwang Fu. but  thafc the I'Yeneh and Russian ministers insist upon the poweis taking  charge of China. Ifc is further reported fchat the respective divisions  of the country have already beon  assigned. The belief is fchafc the  withdrawal of the British ships  from the Vang tse Kiting is an indication of Great Britain's disclaimer  of the sphere theory."  Later reports from Tien Tsin  confirms the news of the burning  of the ^Japanese legation, but fche  rumor that a minister litis been  murdered is not confirmed.  Fifteen hundred Russians Avifch  four guns have arrived outside of  Pekin. This makes 1000 Russians  Avho have landed. Ifc is regarded  as certain that the Japanese goA'ernment Avill take active steps concerning the murder of tho chancellor of the Japanese legation.  In consequence of the disturbances at Che Foo, fche German  flag-  Colombian Revolution Ended.'  Washington,     June      14.���-Dr.  Cuervo Marquez, charge d'affaires  of the   Colombian legation, today  received from Panama official bulletins giving details of the recent  bloody engagement   between   the  government troops and the revolutionists.   The bulletin is signed, by  the general in command of the government troops and reads:   "I consider the revolution ended.     The  enemy's army after the fight numbered only 4000 men and I think  theypcannot secure reinforcements.  They   have    exhausted   all   tlieir  supply of 1,200,000 cartridges. Their  loss   is   1000 dead,   including; ten  chiefs and   many subordinate   officers.   They   have .1500.''wounded.  These figures are furnished me by  the prisoners, some of them persons  of importance."   The fight   occurred near Bucaramanga in the district of Palonegro and Lebrija and  the general forwarded his  report  from Palonegro,  showing that the  government    forces   occupied   the  field     after     the     fight.       The  government losses are not stated.  Another   official   bulletin    reports  that the chief of the revolutionary  forces,   general   Santos,  has   been  captured.    This is confirmed iu an  official dispatch from general Ster-  rano to   the  government, stating  that the  steamship  Alicia has  arrived at one of the ports held by  him Avith a number of prisoners, including   general    Vargas    Santos.  Although   this   seems    conclusive,  Dr. Cuervo Marquez expresses some  doubt as to whether the revolutionary chief has actually been captured. ;  International Belief Column.  Bkrijn,   June    14.���The   Berlin  papers print a dispatch from - Tien  Tsin saying the International relief  column has arrived within 30 miles  of Pekin, ancl that tbe. distance "re-,  maining must jbe travelled on foot  as the raihvay is destroyed.     This,  the dispatch says, will require three  days.    Thus far the Germans quad-  ron has landed at Taku 22 officers  and 550 men. The German troops at  Kiao Chao Avill be increased on June  19th  by the arrival  of  the trans  port with 100 soldiers.     The transport originally had orders to relieve  the troops uoav serving there and  bring them back to Germany, but  Emperor William has jusfc issued  an order directing that the steamer  be detained Kiao Chao."   Much concern is felt regarding   the fate   of  the foreign  diplomatists afc Pekin.  Ifc is feared that they Avill be unable to give expression to fche Chinese authorities of  the   views   of  their respective governments until  a larger military force arrives. The  harmonious action of  the powers  gives satisfaction to press and government circles, but_ the_Deutsche  Zeifcung   demands   that   Germany  make common cause   Avith  France  and Russia in  China against England, in order to   isolate the latter  and to break doAvn lier influence.  DUNSMUIR IS NOW PREMIER  Joe Martin Eesig*ned.  Victoria, June 14.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���James Dunsmuir  litis been called upon to form a  government. Joe Martin tendered  liis resignation yesterday, Avhich  Was accepted. Mr, Dun.smiur undertook the task and Avill be sworn in  tomorrow at 3 o'clock. The choice  is considered by many a good one  and a strong government muy be  formed on non-party lines.  Boundary Ore Shipments.  Eholt, June J4.���Thirteen ear-  loads of ore for fche Trail smelter  in one day is a pretty good showing for the Boundary district. Last  night orghb ctir.s came down from  Hartford Junction. They Avere  shipped by fche Winnipeg, Golden  Crown and Athelstan, and this  morning three loaded cars came in  from the 1.. C. mine. In all thirteen cars were senfc to Trail today.  It is expected that the B. C. will  maintain a steady shipment of  from three to five cars. Yesterday  the plant for the Si. Bell mine arrived here and today is being unloaded. Seventy workmen arrived  yesterday to do .surface Avork on  the track between here and Greenwood. Ifc is reported that the  Eholt meadows Aviii be filled iu  along the railway track.  What Diplomats Think.  Washington, June 14.���Ifc was  said at the state department today  fchafc no request for 2000 or in fact  for any number of troops had beon  received from minister Conger as  reported from Shanghai. As a  matter of fact, the state department has not heard from minister  Conger for thirty-six hours past. Ifc  is assumed at the department that  telegraph communication betAveen -  Pekin and the outside world, Avhich  for the last three days has consisted  of a single line running north- into  Russian Manchuria, has at lasfc been ���  totally interrupted!  The statement that this government has hot in the slightest degree changed its position respecting   the inexpediency   of   landing  United States troops in  China,  is  made with fche knowledge on the  part of the state department   officials of the   current  reports   that  other powers   interested,   notably  Great Britain, Russia and Japan,  either have already or are about to  land troops at Taku and Tientsin.  There _ seems   to    be a    disposition to  make   a    distinction     between tho use of   tho   troops  and  marines     under     existing    conditions.     It   possibly     is     assumed  that   the   presence of marines on  Chinese soil, indicating from  their  character that the landing is purely "  temporary,   is   much   less   apt   to  raise grave   international    issues,  either   Avifch   China   or   the  other  powers represented at Taku.   Their  employment   therefore   marks the  extent of the force to be put into  play by the United States government according to the present de-" ,  termination, but for Avhatever in-   \  jury   has   been   sustained by the    '"  United States, either through  the  killing of citizens or the destruction  of missionary property, China' will  be held for a heavy indemnity.  The Japanese a uthot-ities hei e say  the Yokohama press dispatch "stating that Japan is to send a mixed  regiment to China is -undoubtedly  sure, as it tallies, with what has  been expected in .diplomatic quar-r  ters. ������   ' "  -Mr. Nabeshima. the ehargc  d'affaires, says there are three ports  at which .warships and transports  assemble, namely, Yokosuka, Kure  and Sasebe. He believes that the  movement Avill be made from Kure.  The headquarters of the fifth military division are only, two miles -  from the naval port, so that no time  need be lost in getting troops aboard,  the transports in ease the movements are" decided upon.  In some diplomatic quartcis  there is talk of a joint request by  all of the parties interested on cither Japan, or Russia or both of  them, to land a strong force of soldiers, instead of the limited number of marines iioav available. This,  however, has nofc yet taken nn official turn. Mr. Nabeshima says Japan-will not act along such lines - -  unle?s all [the poweis unite in fche  request of such a character. In  that event, he feels Japan could  very readily and single-handed put  an end to tho disorder, as she could  put a large force of soldiers capable  of repairing the line to Pekin and  maintaining perfect quietude. ,  In another high diplomatic quarter, representing one of the first  powers of Europe, ifc was stated  that as Russia and Japan b6th  have large forces of soldiers near  China, ifc might be expedient for  the powers to ask them to eneh  send au equal number of soldiers.  Tin's Avould create a balance between Russia and Japan, and relieve both of them from the suspicion of dispatching a large military  force for ulterior ends.  Stevenson Development Tunnel.  Charles Olson of Ainsworth was  iu ,Nelson yesterday. 'He says  things are moving along in the old  camp much fche same as ever. Good  progress is being made Avith the  Stevenson development tunnel, and  in the Tariff driffc from this tunnel  it is reported thev men havc come  upon considerable ore. There is  also talk of work being resumed on  the Star property. A commencement has been made on a wagon  road connecting the property witli  the main wagon road. This is.i-e-  gardedas preparatory to Avork upon  the property this summer.  Supply Bill Assented to.  Ottawa,   June   1 (.���[Special   to  The Tribune] ���Lord Minto attended  senate today and gave the royal as- ���  sent to partial supply bill and 43  other bills.  '.jU��?1  ikbviit&6ii&__v__*(tt**^^  ������=rMfef--jffl.^ THE TRIBUTE:  NELSON B. C FRIDAY, .TUNE 15 1900  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.  im  mi  m  m<  m  ffl  m  ffl We have sold 75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement  Fire Brick Fire Clay  ffl and Sewer Pipe  ffl USED IN KOOTENAY  ffl  :   Vy? Just received carload Dominion Ale and Porter  W (PINTS AND QUARTS)  \ljp Dominion White Label Ale (pints and quarts).   This is  *Kj the finest Ale brewed in Canada.  *K Dominion Bulk Ale (15 gallon kegs)  vX, Teacher's Scotch Whiskey is still the best.  18j  ffl  commons British Columbia is only  giAren attention iu proportion to  its voting strength and with its six  members voting against each other  the attention AA'hich it receiA'cs is  nil. The only encouragement in  the news from Ottawa is that after  years of agitation the federal  authorities haA'e seen fit to place  some additional restrictions in the  AA'ay of Chinese immigration, and  the deduction "which can be made  from it is that in years to come the  restrictions may be extended so as  to include the eA'en greater curse of  Japanese immigration.  W  Xit  Xii  0_i'l0*'___' '0*' ' f__*' '0_*'�� i_* '0* '0* 't_0 ' 00 .(J0 . ^ .00. 00. .00,  Y^i. *�������.��� >�����. -^^ >^, .ST* ^ -S^ '*�����<&!��� ^��5^ ^'������Sj'' ���^^o  V^Si ��� **^* **^*v * **^*^. **^*k * *^^. ^^. *^^. ***"^. **^�� ****^.. ****^. **^^ . **<*4�� *^^ ��� 55* ��^*k  ^^*^^__-~V__> <^^_>-^^_* ^B^V ^^m'^__*^^0-*^___, ^tt_*'^m^^^_^_^___>t__*^S^.'  .  _00   . 00 .   _^0   .   00 ���   __^   .   _^0 .   __j   ���    A00 .     *^0   ���   _^0 .   _^0  .   _^0 .   _^0   ��   _*0 ���   __^  .   00 ._^ -^  \ti  il)  &Co.  il)  ffl  ffl  ffl  H. J. EVANS & CO.  c3 ���(_?" c_i.'&> ���(_.-(_?���(_.���__?      ^s.\_^.*_^.*s.^_\.^_\.^_Z.^__.^s.^i  ^>*5.(_1>  ffl  mt  w  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  '&__Zi_  '^mm  7'__l'(-3-C=>'c3-  mi  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  i  ffl  ffl  INCORPORATED 1670.  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl'  ~B  L  B  B  We can suit  You with  What you  Require in  Boots, Shoes  and Rubbers  Thkrk   AA-as   great    rejoicing in  Butte, Montana, on AVednesday.   It  AA'as the anniversary of the  organization   of   the    miners'   union   of  Butte,  and  the two great   copper  mining   companies   of    the    state  marked the anniversary by  voluntarily conceding to  the  thousands  ot men in  tlieir  employ an  eight-  hour clay, Avith  the  same  icale  of  wages as obtained formerly.   These  letters, from the heads of these two  great mining companies, to the oflicers of the miners' union, appear in  another  column.     They are  from  men   avIio   tire   recognized as   the  most successful mineis on the  continent of America, and can  be read  Avith profit by such mining  men in  Biitish Columbia as haA'e been protesting   that   an    eight-hour   day  rendered successful mining impossible. The concediug of the eight-hour  day     voluntarily   by     Montana's  greatest   mining   companies   is   a  graceful act.    It almost  persuades  one into the belief that  in  the bitterness of the strife  over  the enforcement  of  the   statute  in  this  proA'ince rank injustice was shown  in some quartets to both the mine  managers  and working  miners   of  Montana.     At the lisk of   beiug  classed as an alien, the writer AA'ould  suggest that after the action taken  in   Montana   on    Wednesday   the  mouths   of    calamity    howlers  Kootenay should be stopped.  Xlt  xlt  Xli  Xli  Xli  Xli  Xit  Xli  Xli  Xli  Xli  We take this opportunity of notifying our customers  that We will start our special sale of  Dry Goods Millinery  Carpets Floor Oilcloth  Men's Furnishings, Etc.  Wednesday, June 20  For Full particulars read our special advertisement  in Saturday's paper.  Pred Irvine & Co.  xlt  Xli  Xlt  Ut  xlt  W/  xii  t   ���    -__%_*���   A  Xlt  Xlt  Xii  xli  Xit  Xit  >l*  in  ffl  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  _fj_  quality to be satisfactory.  B  B  B  The news telegraphed  from Ottawa, to r he effecfc that premier Laurier i.s committed fco a policy of exclusion AA'ith respect to Chinese and  Japanese   immigrants, appears to  have been premature.    What the  premier propose1-, hoA\TeArer, is merely a half measure, or less  than a  half   measure.    He  proposes   thafc  the head tat upon Chinese shall be  increased and  that Chinese immigration  shall   be further discouraged by fche enforcement of legislation  similar to fchat of the Natal  Act.      But   Japanese  immigration  apparently is to i eeeive no attention whatever.    Coming at a time  Avhen  this  province  is threatened  with great  incursions of Japanese  rather than Chinese, the Aveakness  [ of the OfctaAva government's  policy  is the more disappointing. This is no  doubt due  to   the   fact   fchat the  gravity of the question of Japanese  immigration to British Columbia is  not appreciated by the electors of  the Eastern provinces.     The mem-  f bers of the house of commons have  no donbfc a A'ery clear conception-of  it, bufc until British Columbia can  teach the people of the East their  case is hopeless.    In  fche house of  The campaign in South Africa no  longer interests the public as ifc did  before Bloemfontein and Pretoria  Avere captured.   Interest has now  been shifted from the campaign itself to the reception  to  bo  given  the  imperial   and colonial   troops  upon their return to England.   The  general opinion is that all the colonial troops Avill return home via  England,- aud ifc is predicted  that  their arrival iu England will mark  the  greatest  milifcaiy   pageant in  modern history.  Editor Lowwrv is endeavoring  to make a match between ftandon  and Xew Denver. He points out  that Sandon has fche business and  Xew DeuA*er fche site, and that combined the tAA'o places could make a  town. He proposes that instead of  rebuilding Sandon, ifcs people should  make their money in the mines of  its vicinity and spend ifc in New  Denver.  The people of Nelson are beginning to feel the necessity for a  standard cifcy time. As matters  stand each employer of labor appears to have a time of his oavu and  tho result is moro or less confusion.  As a partial remedy it has beeu  suggested that fche city council  should give the time on tho fire bell  in the morning, at noon and in the  eA'en ing.  A correspondent asks T'ik Tribune whether ifc is possible to oblige  the ears of the local tramway company to stop at cross streets i'or the  taking on of' passengei-s. This is  provided for in the tramway company's by-law or charter. This sets  out that the cars shall stop at every  cross street, Avhen signalled so to  do by passengers, and the oflicers of  tho company Avill no doubt see that  ifc is cariied ont.  Rumors From Pekin.  London, June 11.���A special dispatch from  Shanghai stiys an unconfirmed rcpoi t has reached there  from Tien Tsin to the effect  that a  foreign legation  has been burned  and that a minister has been killed.  The names, ifc is added * are wifch-  held, pending a confirmation of the  report.    It is further rumored here  fchafc the international relief parties  are experiencing great difficulties  in regard fco provisions and  water.  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  Bough and  Dressed Lumber  "of all kinds.  IB1 WHAT VOU WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  WK WIU, MAKK IT FOR YOtf '     '  CALL AND GET PRICKS.  Palace WJeat NJarKet  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured Meats.  J. A. Sayward  HAM, AND J^AKE STREETS. NJStSON,  Porto Rico LumberCo.  (LIMITED)  T  CORVEK of  HENDRYX AND VERNON STREETS  Rough and  Dressed  " Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pins Lumber Always in  Stoci^  "We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned_W"ork,^ash and Doors.  Special order work will receive,,  prompt attention.  A feature will be made of the poultry and  game trade. They will always be on hand during their season.  J. L.  PORTER, Prop.  169 Josephine St., between Baker and Vernon.  Telophone 1.59.  Contracting Paintors, Decorators, Papcrhangcrs.  Full line of wall paper, mouldings, ere,   Kalso-  nnning and Tinting.   Strictly first-class work.  Kstiinates furnished;   Residence Mill Street,   MprOnV    R    f<  Opposite School House  ���NIlil'OUJAj,  �������� V.  W. Starmer Smith & Go.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Office Ward Street: Opposite Opera House  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON, B. C.  A boarding and day school conducted by the  Sisters of ^St. Joseph of Peace. It is situated at  the corner of Mill and Josephine streets in one of  the uest residential portions of Nelson, and is  easily accessible from all parts of the city.  The course ot study includes Uae fundamental  and faighor branches of thorough English education; Business course���bookkeeping, stenography and typewriting. Soienco course���music:  vocal and instrumental, cU-awjiig, etc. Plain art  and needlework, etc.  For terms and particulars apply to tho Sister  Superior.  H. D.  ASHCROFT  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a  heelwrii ''  Brst-oiaaB wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of repair-  aud onstpm work from outside points.  Shop:   Hall St.. between Baker and Vemon  JYelson Saw &  Planing (VJills, 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.  t -i  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere    -  Office Corner Ijali ai]d Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Crossing G. P. B. Track  Mills Hall Street Wharf       P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Contractors and Suiers  WILL DO WEU TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G, 0, Buchanan's  E: PrWftalley, 3. P:  NOTARY PUBLIC  ^ Office with C. AV. AVest & Co., corner HaU and  Baker streets.  City office of tho Nelson feodavater Factory.  Charles D. J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER  4 doors west of Dominion Kxpress office.  P. O. Box 523.  Phones: Office 147, Houso 152  HjSAD  OFFICE AT  NELSON, B. 0.  Markets at Nelson, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, ITew  Denver, Revelcitoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade Oity, Midway, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders PromptlyForwarded  ,A large stock of flrstKitosa Aty materiel on  band, aUo a full lino of saeb, doors, mouldings,  turned work, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  fardt  Foot of Hendryx atr&ot, Nolson  in Rae,  Telephone, 91  ManuffictmeiH of and  <lualo! > in Harness, Puck  and Srock Saddle?. Apara-  jocs. Collars, Bridles and  Whips.  Nelson Harness Shop  Hall Street, Nelson. *  Three six room houses foi lent.  Heal citato m all (jiirtH of the city for Halo  AGENT VOR S. S. KIMBALI/S SAFES  INSURANCE.  LOANS.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson ��   ��   TRAVES,   MaiiageP  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  Kootenay Steam Lanndpy  BIOMBERG & SWEDSEfjC  S'HOPBIETOnS  The only steam laundry in HeU  > son employing union labor  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  .1. II. Mi-MANUK, MtUMigcr.  Bar -.locked with best bmi'ds of v.itios, liquors,  and CiKars. Beer on duuighr. Lnitfc comfortable rooms.   Fust class table boaid.  Kootenay   Coffee   Go,  NELSON. B. C,  Coffee roasterfli and denlers fn Tea and Coffee.  Offer fresh roasted coffee of beat) quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound.. f   10  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds.......... 1 00  fine Santos, i pounds  1 00  Santos Blend, 5 pounds  1 00  Our Special Blend, Q pounds....  1 00  Out Rio Roast, 8 pounds  1 00  A brial order solicited. Salesroom 2 doors eagb  ot Oddfellows block. West Baker -street.  Hard Coal  Anthracite  LARSON, Manager  _41      GOAL!  GREAT REDUCTION  S9.es jg���r;8Nes* ss.ia  DELIVERED  TJCLEPHOWK  S3  Arthur Gee  MERCHANT  TAILOR  Removed to Baker Hlrcet, opposite the Queen's*  Having Purchased  the 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. Skinner  Neelands1 Building, Bakor Street.  FRED J. SQUIRE, Manager.  V  i  *'- u.'/V.fC-:R|.:S:-i.-..--.-vi" ���:  s^__vi__z^__fie^j  tfafs-^-fitfSfi >*  kt i  f.   n  -<_     v-  - TCTf    <Ti Jt-ft-  ���K mirrmBTOnr: misotf ro:, Friday, " toots'ib. 1900  weeping Price Reductions  We have made it possible for the people  of Nelson to buy the newest and most  reliable Dry Goods at a very small outlay.  We could print columns of prices, arguments as evidence of that fact, but we  prefer letting* these items do the talking*.  ,l'V  Bargains iri Dress Goods  6 Dress Patterns, Fancy Colored Effects, regular $2.40,  clearing out at $1 a pattern.  12 Dress Patterns, Fancy  Black Rep, 6 yards in each,  regular $3, price cut in two,  $1.50 a pattern.  3 Skirt lengths of 4 yards,  Striped Black Crepon, regular $4, a snap, $1.35 a length.  Wasf] Goods  200 Yards Fast Colored American Prints, regular 10c,  while they last, 5c.  500 Yards English Prints, 32  inches wide, regular 15c, to  go at toc  150 Yards French Cambric,  color is navy with while patterns, regular 20c, here is a  snap, 14c yard.  50 Yards White Spotted Swiss  Muslin, regular 25c, now it  is 15c yard.  250 Yards White   Pique,   the  latest    in   colored   designs,  -regular  15c yard,   now   toc  yard.  Was!] Blouses-Snaps  5 Dozen Fancy Percale Shirt  Waists, fast colors, regular  $1, just one-half price,  50c.  5 Dozen Fancy Muslin, Shirt  Waists, colors sky, helio  and pink, fast dyes, regular  $2, special value $1.40.  _ Dozen Colored Striped Muslin Shirt Waists, regular $3,  clearing at $2.25.  Parasols-Must be Sold  $j.25 Black Parasols With  Congo Handles and Durable  Silk Tops, clearing out  price 60c.  $2 Black Parasols j Handles  of Congo, Horn or Sterling  Mounted, to go at $1.25,  The Balance of our Stock of  Colored Silk Parasols to go  at one-half price.   See them.  'S  Come and take them at half  price:    ,  2 Dozen Sailors, regular 75c,  now 40c.  3 Dozen Sailors, regular 30c,  a snap 15c.  "We -have many surprising8  and see them, we can make it worth your  while.   O'Reilly's is now the bargain center  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  iti  iti  iti  iti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  iti  to  to  to  to  to  iti  to  iti  to  iti  to  iti  iti  to  to  to  iti  iti  iti  ��� 5T�� v ��� *^ �����5>��^. ^. <ff. ��r- ^- ��T-5?>��T. ��T�� ^ ��s  Neelaed  hoe Emporium  For the next Two Days we will make a special drive inn  HOES  tfXC_Z_XXXXXXXZXZXX___XXXZXX_XZXZ_XXIIX____ZZZ__ZXXXXXIZXti  B 1!  xcxxxxxxxixxxxxxxxixrarxjxxxxxxxxxxxxxxixrxxxxxxx'xaxzxu  B  K  M  W  M  K  H  Happy Toes  Are those encased in Neelands H  Shoes B  M  :zxzxzxzzzzxxxzzzxzxzzxzzzzzxxzzxxxxz��zzz:xzr:a2z��i2z2zxz3  You've Seen One  Here's  another.   We   can't   be  beat in Ladies' Stylish Shoes  xzxzxxzz;  This Shows  B  r  B  M  M  M  H  H  a  xxxxxii  The only use you have for other g  Shoes after wearing'Neelands    |  TTTTTTTTTfTT r**f TT*I"T TTTTTTfi  We guarantee to fit, amid satisfy both as to price and quality  ir stock is now complete  xti  iti  to  ' Neelands  *  Mail orders receive prompt attention  hoe Company  Baker Street, Nelson  Xti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  iti  to  to  iti  to  toa  to  iti  to  to  iti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  a  ��� >^^-���-������'������-a*S*S'*a,S''��''i8'S*S,'S,S',S>'S',S''��''S''S'-5''iB>*S',S''3''t8'S l*__\-__\��.l*_\_^.��_\.��_iC_it__\  ���^1^^^1_9^-^^^-_w<'?2i-__i-*_<'r__i-^-*'-0_<-^-_*-_-'-^-^-_*���_*-*>���_*���_* ��'"S-'IB-*^'����.C-*5'��'^'1  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up..$12,000,000  -   BEtST     7.000,000  Loid. Strathconn, and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Drummond ... Vice-President  E, &. Glouhton General Manager  "     * NELSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  Tranches in London (England) Nkw York,  Chicago, and all tho principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sierling Exchange and Cable  Tiiuisfcrs. ' +  Grant Commercial and Traveler*' Credits,  available in any part of tho world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Eto.  Saving's Bank Branch  CUBRRNT RATE OF INTEREST PAID.  BRITISH   GUIANA'S    SYMPATHY.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and I  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, TJ. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N, W. T.  $2,500,000  $2,391,863  $1,554,710  The widespread nature of the  sympathy felt with the Ottawa-  Hull fire sufferers iu all parts of  the world appears from the following letter from sir Cavendish Boyle  aud Mr, .T. H. de Jouge, governor  and secretary of state, respectively,  for British Guiana, received the  other day by Hon. \V. S. Fielding,  minister of-iinanee:   "Georgetown, Biitish Guianif,  3Iay22ud,.1000.  "Dear Mr. Fielding,���As soon as  we heard of the grievous fire at  Ottawa, ancl of the calamity which  had befallen your eity, wo sent a  message of sympathy to the  premier; but as wp were then cut  off from direct cable communication, we had to make use of a  steamer to .Dutch Guiana, whence  the message -was, we hope, duly  transmitted.  "We also set about collecting  subscriptions for the relief of the  sufferers, ami wc now bog to transmit, as a first instalment, a draft on  New York endorsed to your order  for $000. We trust .shortly co be  able to supplement this by another  remittance, and we wish that we  could have sent, a far larger sum.  ''You are doubt-less, however,  aware that the people of British  Guiana are suil'eimg from prolonged and general depression in all  branches of their trade and commerce, whilst the local and outside  calls upon those who have means  have been many lately, and imperative; and this is tho explanation of  the smallness of the sum we can  now offer. It is sent, nevertheless,  with real sympathy for the misfortunes of our neighbors, with a��� sincere hope that full relief may ere  long be found them, and with a  lively recollection of tbe kindness  and courtesy meted out to us, personally, during our most pleasant  visit to Ottawa la^t summer.  "We are, dear Mr. Fielding, yours  most faithfully (Signed)  ������CAVKsrm.mi Boy us.  "J. H. Dk Joswk."  Dorsets Did Well.  London, June 14,���The war office  has made public a dispatch from  general Buller accepting the congratulations of tbe secretary of  state for war, "lord Lansdowne, in  which he says: "The Dorsets, who  have been unlucky, had a chance at  Almond's Nek, and showed themselves to be as good as any others.  About 150 yaids at each end of the  Laing's Nek tunnel are blown up  and it will 1 eqirue several days to  move the debris. The line otherwise is uninjured and open to the  reversing stations and also to Sand-  spruit."  IPING STOCKS  BOUGHT AND_SOLD   Referendum Tie.isurv Stock  K\-chc*|ttcr, 10011  Big Hoi n, JWH��  Peoria. .VJOU ,VX>  Bichclicu, IWtO  WANTED  Rambler r.mboo and Giant  Kor h,ile~ (i ioom house, Hume addition, S8V),  li ioom liuiibO, cheap, Iciiiih easy: ciosc in.  CAM, OX  H. A. Prosser  BROKER, WARD .STREET  D. It. Wilkie, General Manager.  E. Hi*y. InBpecter.  Nelson Branch���Barns' Block, 221 Maker Street  J. M. LAY, Manager.  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  MEALS.  25  CENTS  Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co.  NELSON. BRITIBH COLUMBIA  R, REISTERER & CO-  BKEWKK8 AND BOTTLSBS OF  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  doll very" touSo trade     Brewery at Nelson  Nelson   Wine   Co*  CHOICE WINES AND LiQUSHS  :mxxzxxxxxz��xizxxxxxxKZxzxxtxzzxtxxxHiuzznnxi:  JUST   ARRIVED \  In  A Car Load of ��  Allen's*Apple Qk  j THORPE  & CO.  zxxxzi.zxzxixzxzizjzitrziiiTjzzixYjzzzijizz/rirrxzzsxl  DR. ALEX FORIN  OKi'ifr"*   Hoi'siov Block.  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  Special attention given to family trado  Telephone 93 gSAifST   &   TAMBLYH  MANAGEH  Dim  Bakor Htroet,  NciHon, 11. G.  owers a��]d  Plants  Palms fix loci high. 600 roses,-pot grower in  20 v��i letiM. A choice collection of houso and  budding plants. Thousands to welect from. Cut  fiotAom and designs. Inspection (tinted. The  Nelson Green House, Front htroet, ino blocks  east of wharf. IJ. McCKKATH.  Orders by mail promptly filled.  eth bridge Gait Goa  The best value for tho money in tho aiarkeb  for all purposoK.  -terms cash     W. P. TiKRtfKT, General Agent  Toleohona U7.   Offioo with C. D. J,{3hrl8tfo,  First door ���woflfj  of Bank of British  Columbia building.  Baker Street  Notice of Application for a  Certificate of Improvements.  JtHOKI'N  Hll.l. MlN*Kl(.M.C'L.\l\i,MllU'll.lV Till:  ALVb'VGitrn   .Mininci   Division   dv  Wyt,r  KOOlhNAY    DlSIKlCT,   AND   I Of'VI ED   AHOUT  'i��h MIM-.S sorin'wkit ok AiNswunin.Ai).  JOIMMS 1IIK AlSKAN&nt, U.\*I I'l'I) AM> UNION*  MlVI.ICAI. CI.UMS.  Take notice that 1.1?. K. Young, (acting at  ngent for K. J. Roberts, freo miner'A ccrtiiicate  special No. mi, and Anna ('. Buckler, freo  miner's certificate No. B. 1135)7) freo miner's cor-  liflcato No. JI. I J, MS, intend, si\iy dayi from the  dale heieof. to apply to tho mining recorder for  .1. ccrtillcato of iJiiurotciiientK, for the purposo o  obtaining a mown grant of the ilbo\o claim.  And further Like notice that action, under sec  tion .'ff, must bo commenced befoie the issuance  of suoh < ('rtiflcifcof impioremeiiLs,  Dated (liis 21th diy of Aon!. A. D.. 1100.  li. K. YOUNG. l'.L.S.  COSfELfO^S EXPRESS  AND TRANSFER  ILigguge ami c\ui oss moved toaii^ pint of the  iil.v.   H[)e< ml intention gnen to hon\j temrnng.  Utlicf _amer Virtoria and Ward Kit-eota. Tole-  phone 1!W. W. A. COSTKIiI/>, Manngei.  KOOMS LIGHTED BY KLKCTRICITY  AND HEATED BY 8TBAJVT  25 CENTS TO $1  321 to 33! Baker Street, Nelson.  PEWOOTEL  BAKKR STItEET. NKLSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heat-,  ed with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and  flrfit-ciosa  dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES-S2PER DAY  H|rs. E. 0, GlarKe, Prop.  LATH OK THK ItQYAL HOTKL, CAJJ-AKIC  MEN WANTED  UiOt) men wanted to itnlaul Curran'-,  BIG SCHOONERS  or Half iiiid-lmlf  10c  Beer or Half iimMinlf on)}  COOL  r"HK*sU  AT THE  The only Kood Hi<��r in Nelson  l^adden Ifouse  Bakor nnd Ward  Street*, Nolson  The only hotel la NoIhou that has remained  under ono management since 1890.  The hod rooms are wall fur-iianad and lighted  by electricity.  The bar is always stocked by the beat dom 8-  Uo and Imported liquors and cigars,   THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  B* C HOTEL   esib, b. o���  Flwt-clasa in every respect. Choicest wines.  liquors and eigara. Kreir comfort for traasiout  and rohldent guontB.  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSEPH CAMPBELL. Proprietor.  J. E. ANNABL  GENERAL BROKER  Threo dviclling 1ioum*��! for dale on easy tormi,  Ono lot  on   Stanley  street, opposite Royal  hotel, for halo al a bargain.  Ono sccn-roomod houso and ono three-room  house for rent.  S��0 ANHF&B&B  j.  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Rubber Gloves
The proper thing for spring house-
cleaning and gardening
Furniture Polish
To make your Furniture look as good
as new, try our
W. P. Teetzel & Co.
Victoria Block, Corner Baker and Jcsephine Streets
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J| Why do we dispose of our
%       Goods so quickly ?
'ause we always have
The Best Goods
The Latest Goods
c The Largest Stock
The Neatest Goods
The Eight Prices, and
The   Obliging   Clerks
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i; The Leading Jeweler    Baker Street, Nelson \&
•^"■j- S'^S'iS -S*:S"S''-S,-S,^g'^',T8' _J"__'-_Z"m''_f-'tT"m''_f"__''_m''m  lj-^
Watchmaking and Jewelry Department has
no equal in the province.
Oup Clearance
of Dry Goods
is still on and will be continued until all is sold. Linen for skirts
at 10, IS, and 20 cents per yard; White Dress Duck, regular 20c
goods, sale price 12^c per yard; regular 25c goods, sale price 15c;
white Pique at 15J 20 and 25 cents. A large range of Underskirts from $1 up.   All other dry goods sold at proportionate prices.
Th.it in calfiiinfj to tlio people of Nelson
ami (liquet in ihc line of i
Teas and Coffee
We must ha\ e an .utiulc fii st-piussf m oivj* icipcet,. "We h.n'c gii'di those linos our uncliviiU'rl
'iLlculion, asaieMilt of winch we li.i\c sua ceiled in securing nn .irtic u in both lines, wlutli for
ijuulity. fiinor nnd excellence huvo not qua]. We acf\ compuison. tlii*y cannot be s-urpassiirt .mi!
cannot b- duplicated. Afier a irul vou \* ill liavo no othn, Kor good goods ,it re.iso'iiib'c llffur s
IO us,.   QUALITY FIHST.'LAST ANJ) ALWAYS.   Yoms foi busmest.
The Western Mercantile Coiijpany, Limited
Just Received .-;■ r
A large consignment of the latest
styles of hats, union and custom
made.   Clothing   for bargains  at
B     8     B
We Have the Strawfoerrles9 Sug'ar,
and Fruit Jars.
P. O. BOX 17fi.
'Telephone 101.
Cut Load of Ijil.o of (bo Woods
Mom .lust ltcccivcd.
John r\. lrv\i\g &, Co
Don't Imbibe Snakes .
Lots of them in th© eity water.   Get one of our filters
on. trial.   Prices 40 cents, $1.25 and $1.75.
The Best that Money can Buy.     Take no Other.
Manufactured by the Braekinan-ICer Milling Co.. Ltd.
Victoria, Vancouver, Wehtnmister, Edmonton, Itossland, Nolson.
.J. Y. Grifliu & Co. are  now using
the Iniik sinokohoiixf ul (lie rcai of thi'ir now
u uohoiisu. ihc IliM luL ofiuo.it Ih-iiik now in llio
pio.-c-s of cniiiiK The buck Miiokohoii'-o isumi-
inuilionsnnd limit on Iho most modern plan The
Minetyof woorl umicI in jLjonoialmjir smoke is
found in the lulls ahuiil thucut ancl iinp.uts an
.uttccahlo II.iaui to the ine.it.
Native strawberries aie now coming into the city fieclj iiiul nitliin ,i few d.ijs
the price-, will ncui Ihe point wheie hoiisewnes
pnic'i.iso c\.lciiti\c,l- toi picsiiiMiiff puipos-es
The homobeiiy is hugcr. ln'-hor.uifl ot better
ll.ivor than the unpolled .ulicle.
James Kent, general manager  of
Iho (J V. ll toh'«iiip'i~, .ii.d .1 l< Wilson supci-
intendent wc-stein da ision, will t.e in Nelson on
Sat in da*, oi o.uly ne\t-i\o.-k. Mr Kent, who is-
inakuiji his lust t. ip wt-st, bini c .ls^uniintf cliHijjc
of the iclcifi.ipli sjstem, was to ha\cbee-i hcie
eic this, but cli.imjod his plans and went to the
(oast fust.
Constable Ri-adshaw ot*  Itot->Iand
came in j osteid.ij with t wopiisoneib foi Ihepio
\mciilgoal Ono was .losic ."\lillei sentenced to
thiee ui'iiithb foi v.iirunicj. ami the other was
A. II. Kimmciman, who will aNo scive thiee
months for xagiiim y.
■   Ai'gmneiit  was heatel by  Judge
Toii'i jpstcid m in Kwong U nij? Chong vs. La-
I'oin'e «: (Jiolts, ,■,■■ ap])h(,iiuiii for.i motion foi
-n injunction to pic\otit defend nits operating
the buck ■ aid o.i .loscphiiio bticet between Vernon mil l-'ionl sticets The motion was (lis
missed with costs, pi minll heint? tfranted Ica\ e
togivenew imticufor JVIond.i-i. is H. T.i>lor, I).
C, appealud lor the application, W. A. Oallihei
Rev. C. W. Ro.se, the former pastor of the Nolson Haptist eluiKh has wnttento
friends heio to state that ho h.ib not lecovercd
his health and imII nolle able to lakea ch.n^e
for a j ear at the lea3t. Itwas hoped when Jit.
Rose left N'ol-jon thar a few months tost wan Id
icstoie hib health and that ho would leturn lo
tho wo.k hcie. He went to Vaimonlh. S'. .*->,
and within a few weeks had iccovciod snfln ieiU-
lj to picach The ell'oit icsul cd in a iclapse
f'om which it will take him a joar to iccnpeialc
thoioughly. * °
Tiie members of the fire department cr*h ci jy an accident insniancc pohcj,
the desirability of wh'cli was evidenced in tiie
case of Alt Jcfls, who broke his 1ck while on
dutj. G. A. Hunter, repiescntitivc ot the Dominion Guaiantoe& Accident nsuianeeCompany,
has handed .JclN a check for .1 il.28 .as the ulem-
nity eovcied bj the pohcj.
A couple of changes are reported
in connection with tho piov incial police foice in
W. If. Bullock-Webstersdibtnct. J. II "\olan,
who v,as constable and customs oflieer at
Waneta, has left to assume a post in the customs
department at Ottawa. Kohc'tUuliiok. who has
been doiiur dutj, on the Balfour extension since
vvoikconiinenccd. haslc-i-rncd fiom the force.
W. A. Galliher lieJd a  session  of
court in hi5 ollice today.    He was appointed a
Fishing Season of 1900
We are selling ihe fishing tackle which entices
the fish. We have the
mostcomplete line of flies
and trolling baits.  '
See our fishing rod complete with line, leader,
reel, and flies for $5.
Ganada Drug & Book Co.
Alex Stewart
Room 3, Turner & Boeeh Block.
Real Estate
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
Rents Collected on Commission.
S?flO cash for lot on Carbonate street.
$1000 (easy terms! will buj lihe eoi'ncr on Baker
Htiect. Rood hotel site.
SlfBO u ill buy lino corner on Vernon sileel, good
hotel site.
?I2»U will buy lot on llaker sti ect neat Rherbrook
$1,50 (half ensh) will buy 3 lots, in BoKUStOwn.
§2.50 to §'_1_ apiece for choice lots on Caibonate
?„") per month will rent 8 loomed hou&e, immediate possession.
58.50, part cash, will buy house and lot on Robson
sticet near Kranley stieel.
CottiKoand nice lot with fruit tires, _ mile point
Itiutch li' Pilot liny, Mlncles Under cull(viition.)
$13.*i0 w ill buj cotluh'e anil lot on Stanley htieet,
Corner Victoria and Kootenay Streets.
P. O, Bos S69. TKLKPHONK NO  !«
A.ppjy G, L. LENNOX, Solicitor, Kelson B. C
IVmlois will b» loccived hj I he undcrsiij ned up
to tbe evctmuj ot Wednesday, .hine 20th, for the
biippljitiff of tho followiiu;in li< les to flic Piovni-
ciul tianl nt NtKion fioi.i .luh 1st. I'Klfl, to .June
WHh. 1'Wl .
liHOO.Mb, l'/i'(.
A detailed list can bo fceu and any information
obtained nfclhe (iowmmenf Agent sollico.
Go^crlllilen^ A-jent.
Tho Nelson pliitnborh, gfls and steam fitters
union lucetH every s-scond mid fourth Friday at
Uio Minera' Union hull at 8 r-nn.
tl. WUKKS, SccrotRry pro torn.
commissioner in the suit of l'hilhpsvs JleCauley,
an action involving ceiUiin lands n^.u Kdmon-
ton, X. W. T., and in t his cipaciry took the ev id
once of b. R Taj lor, Q. I*, 'ihe examination v\ as
condi cted hy If. Al. JMaodon ild on hchiilr of lhe
Mts. I<\ I). For tin of Ro.*-t-ljiud  i^
IhcKiicstot Mis. I ied Mail.c.v, coiner ICootc.iay
and Obscrv itoij sticets.
Nelson Lodge A. R and A. 31. will
attend di\ ine serv ices at .M. Sav iour's chinch on
Siindav moin nj? at II o clock. The memhcis will
assenililo at !• laterally Hall hall an hour earlier
and nut oh lo the chinch. .Soiouriung hiethicn
of the sipiaie and (omp.iss are nn iled lo paitiei
pale Tin M'rinnii will he delneiccl hj I{<\.
Hi nt hi r Yates of New Pr-mri.
li.   Kiinpton  ol'   Winderiiiprc  is
rcgisteicd at the Iiotel Hume. .Mr. Kiinpton
bioiijjjht down twoe.us of oicfionyho Delphmc
pro]>eit>, n)ii oinisiiiKsi|\(>r leiul piopositiou. The
hhi)iment litis been forwai.ied to the Ti .ul sincl-
Ici, and the Ihst inn (jave leluriis of 1\> ounces
of silver to lhe ion, while thoh.ilauce is expected
to go higher. The Delphinc people have UK) tons
of similai oic in then bins at the mine, and as
much moie stoped out.
The last spring parade   of   the^
Nelson Utiles took pluie last niuht The coin-
liaiii tun cil out about 20 s-inini,' and maichcd to
the Rccieitiou giounds headed bj th» Alunioipal
bind, which is slmillj to beiomc iitllhatcd with
theeoips. At the puik lieu euiint Dav put the
coiup.ui.v tliroiu-h variousmo'eiuunls. Jjiouteii.int
licet announced that no fuilhei drills won A be
held until orders weie issued thiouirh the pi ess
as ihocoinpanj is not lU'LiciiMtmg in the Dominion Day colebiation.
Russell Xichols  was  brought  in
from > mil on Wednesday su'lcung fiom a serious o'>sli notion of the bowels lie was taken to
thcCiickniay hospital whero Dr. LuPauopciatcd
succos=tully jcsteidaj. The patient is doiu^
The congregation of the Methodist chinch spent a plens.uit foeial evoninif to
KPfherl.ist niKhl hy w i\ of weleommsr I!c\ and
Mis. .1. If. Wlnte. Ihc new pastor of the chinch
and his w ite. Alaigc niuiiocr of tho members
weie in attendance ,.ml instead of the usual
prajcr service the gatheung spent a couple of
hours in becoming ,u iiiiamtid with the new mm
l-tci and with each othci. An oichcstra led by
professor Werner wa. lircsent, and the evening
was enlivened bj vocal and iiistiuinen.ltil music.
'I ho Ladies Aid isouctj of the (lunch served
light lefieshmciits.uul the leeeption was asiu
cess in ev cry respei \
Men who are engaged in mining
around Wauehope, the new townsi c at the head
of 1'ire Valley, ropoit that'dvnaiiuic sella for
$12 j0aca«c at Vemon. while thesnine powder
can be bought for §7 on I he Coluatbiti river side.
The   bi-annual   meeting   of   the
Cuiadian Distuct Association of the Western
l'Odeiation ot llineis will be held in jIojic on
Monday next. This nssoci,iti"n cmbiaocs all
mineis'unions in the Wostein Federation north
of the international bounding line and west of
l.ethbiidge, each union in llus.iica being repic-
scircd bj delegates .lames Wilka secietarj of
the Nelson niinci s union n pi psidcnl. w ith Alfred
Pai r of Yum, si ci etai y.
Fire in Trail.
Rossr-AND^June 14..—The Southern Iiotel at Trail  was  burned to
Coming on its Owq Palace Trains
Will be in Jt'e.'son on
JUNE 21st
H.   BYERS  &  CO
Garden, Mill, Steam and Suction
Crucible   Cast   Steel   Wire  Rope
5-16 to 1-in. in  stock.
Leather and   Rubber Belting.
Sheet, Square and Round Rubber
Flax and Garlock Packing
Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Rails
Black and Galvanized Sheet Iron
Soft Steel Plate?
1-8, 3-16 ancM4x 72, 96 ancl 120
Ajjents—Tnuix Oro Cars, Oiant Powder, and Met-
lopoht.in Kuse, etc.
the ground last night, and that the
entire business portion of tho town
is not in ashes is due to tho heroic
work of the (ire department. It
Jwas about midnight when the fire
broke out, .supposedly from the explosion of a lamp. The whole east
end of the building was burning,
aud the roar of the flames awakened
Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Justin time for
them to escape with their lives.
Everything in the house was lost,
including clothing and valuables.
The heat was intense, and twice
flames broke out in the postoffice
building opposite. Adjoining the
Southern hotel was the old Boaley
bank building owned by J. Al.
Worth. The upper floor was occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Need ham,
whose furniture was quickly removed to the street. Fortunately
the flames were checked, thus preventing the destruction of the business block of the town. Louis
Brothers and all the adjoining
places of business carried their belongings to places of safety. The
loss, all told, was about $2000.
Prices from $10 to $30
Mining Records.
The mining records entered yesterday were: Locations, Cock of
the North, on the divide between
Sandy and Hagle creeks, by James
Bell; the Elsie P. on Barrett creek,
by J. T. Price ; the Copper Medal,
on Barrett creek, by B. E. Nesbitt;
the Monarch Fraction, near Salmo,
by W. Wilde; tho Lillie on Forty-
nine creek, by John Olson ; the
Thor, on the divide between Eagle
and Tandy creeks, by August Johnson ; certificates of work, to William Feeney, in respect to the Belfast claim ; to M. C. Monaghau, on
Gold Standard : to Alexander Allen,
on Castle and Big Six claims ; > to
Harry MeLeod, on Hanky Panky
and Mariprosa claims.
W.H bo m*nlo_by   till railroads and_Btep.iner-
imes fiom Sloeim Citj, Silverton, New Dcnvei,
Th: co Foi kH, Smiiioi1, Kaslo, and nl! ml ei mediate
pomN of onofaie lorioiind trip. On -ale June
31 it, good lo iPtiun June -Mud.
Notice i>> hereby given that upon tiie 23rd day
of July. A. D., I'M', a! 1Q o'clock n. in «» thecom-
p inj'h olilce in'Nelson, H 0. theie w ill be held a
mceiinjrof llie sloiKboldcrs of the GoldondiUe
Mining '*oni*)iLn>, (icorooiation, for tho purpose
a' considering a propniif 1611 t'i '-oil the Oolden-
dals and Young Dominion mineral elanni {crow 11
gi anled), sn into about fonrinilestoiilliof M'lson,
Jiritfsli Columbia in West KootSJ.u 11 nine; Dis-
11 ict, Hriti'-h Columbia, to pnj the outstaiulinR
iti'lcbludncss of said company.
llv V. P I in;, (-ecrttary.
Dated I his lllh day of June, A. V. IWKi.
- Wanted—by   a   young*   lady,   a
position as stenographer and tjpevuiter. Good
experience. Apply Stcnogiaphor; postoffice bo\
K. \cl-on.
Wanted—fovpawmill and factory
a =hinglo jointer, latli'raan and f.ioloo machine
hand. Also a good tinner. Apply to G. O. Tu-
chanan, Nelson os Kablo.
r Wanted—at once.    Sewing girls,
also apprentices- to leaui dressimking. Apply
to Mibs McMillan, Victoiia block.
Five-room house and lot for sale.
Price §430. Apply to Nelson Bazaar, Tremont
To Rent—Houso and two lots on
Caib'iiate sticet, next door to mayor Jfloiiston.
Seven 1 ooms and bathroomv hot ana cold water,
baths, etc. It has just been lepn red and Val-
somined. Thiitv dollar pu month. Tajloi &
Ifou.se to Let—Furnished or un-
furnNhtd—Three bediooni-*, dining room, draw-
ing 100111, w riling room, hall and Kitcheu For
full particul.us applj loJ, L. Vanstone, bioker.
For sale—Stock and   fixtures of
the Nel&on Ba/aar amounting to about four
hundicd dollars.
Furnished-rooms-to ~let—Apply
Carney block, one door cast of Oddfellow's hall.
Hack   calls left at   the   Pacific
Transfer barn on Vernon .street. Telephone
call 33.
T. O Skatbo. sj$n painter for W. .1. Muiphy,
ie<lUci-s!-s all who in'eiul to takn pint in the
Tiw«b J'jocaissloi] on Dominion Hay to send in
their orders as quickly as possible, Last j ear
iniir-y vsere disappoint<><l through not placing
Iheh orders early enough. Shop in the rear of
the Hums Week.
Plaee Your
Orders  for
When turned out by our artist are works of art. They will add to the appearance of your display. Poor work will detraet from it. We will assist you in
determining what you want.   Give us plenty of time by placing orders at onee.
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[£.<«•<•* •V^.W^O*'?. 7*^. W*5,''S>' -j_*-__*'&-__i-0*._St-_3l.__i.^t.Z9-0*v2.\l
185 Baker Street.
Telephone 10.
We have removed our place of business
for 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-
new ones.   Give us a call.
185 Baker Street
ty   Telephone 10
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We have just received a large
consignment of Stetson hats in
ail the Mest shapes and styles,
also hats from some of the best
English makers; " including
Christy's celebrated hard hats,
which we are selling at prices
to suit everybody.
217 and  219 Baker Street.
!n Red, Blue, Amber
and Green.
t(oote?iay Electric Snpply &
Construction Co. STREfflST5
Comer Josephine and Victoria Streets.
Nelson, British Columbia, i R. P. RITHET & CO., Ltd.      A.
IifJiuiijiff bulk .ind rmo Seagram. ",
und 7 i cur old.  Onset.—Club r>e. llu^ks
iye, Goodcrbumfic WoHfl Special: G &
W. ordinury—White Wlioat Wnihky.
GRA,y, Baker SI., Kcotenaj- Kopr&scnfative


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