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 DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE   DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR.  NELSON:  WEDNESDAY ^MORNING JUNE 20  J900.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  FENCING INJHE GROUNDS  Athletic Notes.  The proposition to  fence  the recreation grounds  is  meeting  with  llie approval of every sportsman iu  the city.    The  great  advantage to  h_ achieved is that athletic sports  will be placed on a business instead  of a  charitable  basis."    Heretofore  when any of the local clubs desired  to bring an outside organization to  the city it was necessary to  cover  the town Avith a subscription list to  guarantee expenses.     The financial  burden has invariably fallen on a  comparatively small section  of the  (ommunity, Baker  street  business  Wj_ii     men having beeu particularly  generous  iri  this direction.    In future  gate receipts cau be depended upou  to  liquidate  the  expense   account  and'the  financial  burden  will   be  shifted from   the  shoulders  of the  few to those of the many  who attend the gaines.    The athletic clubs  will be in a position to bring  good  attractions here without a hurried  scramble for  the  wherewithal, because   the citizens  of'.Nelson have  earned the reputation of  patronizing good sports, and the imposition  ���of a  two-bit  coin  as  gate money  will  not affect  the  attendance at  games in the slightest degree.    The  baseball club  shows commendable  enterprise in undertaking to finance  the fence whicli is estimated to cost  $800.    Of  couiso  they  will be assisted by the obiter  clubs  who  are  expected to put up a proportion of  their gate receipts  for  matches  to  which an entrance  fee  is  charged.  The amount of this  per  ceutage is  yet to he agreed upon, but  no difficulty is  anticipated  iu arriviug at  an amicable arrangement.     Officers  of   the   lacrosse  club  have volunteered 25 per cent of their gross re-  c-,=v>t& and one of the leading  football men stated that liis club would  agree to+lntnd overdo  per cent of  thoir  gross  receipts  and  half tho  net profits of any game.    Should  any jcitizen Jje disposed  to  resent  the fencing of the  grounds, which  is   extremely   unlikely, it  may be  said "that tiny ratepayer   who  demands free admittance will not  be  refused, and that the baseball  club  assumes all 'responsibility  in  con-  1 nectiou with the matter.    The ball  t-lub will proceed at once with  the  fence, and one  of  the first  results  will probably be   the   appearance  on the recreation grounds and that  the effect would undoubtedly be to  tear up the grounds iu such a  manner as to undo all the work  done on the baseball diamond this  year. The aldermen agreed that  some step should be taken to insure  the grounds being left in good shape  and adopted a resolution requiring  tlio circus people to deposit $100  Avhich will not be returned until  the grounds are in apple-pie condition;  RUSSIANS  OUTSIDE  PEKIN  The lacrosse match on the recreation grounds tonight will doubtless  attract everyone who takes an interest in Canada's national sport.  The management of the club promises a fast game, and as an additional feature the citizens' band  has consented to play during the  evening. The game will be i-efereed  by Ed. Curran, who' is the father of  lacrosse in British Columbia, having organized the first team in  Vancouver many years ago.  WORK WILL START AT ONCE  here next week of the crack Stanford University, team from California.    The football team has received  au acceptance from the Kaslo  eleven of the invitation to play  here during the celebration. By  arrangement with the committee  the game has been fixed for 4:30  o'clock on Tuesday afternoon.  AVith this game in, view the foot  ballists should redouble their efforts to get into good shape. The  Kaslo team has deservedly tho  re-  - putation__of_���being _a wcll_ bal~_  a need, well disciplined aggrega-  tiou who play a fast combination  game. ��� Furthermore they have  been iu constant practice for a couple of mouths and fche flayers are  in splendid trim. The Nelsou team  should win out on fche merits of its  individual players, but even an aggregation of stars has been known  to meet defeat at the hands o�� a  team individually much weaker  but disciplined in combination play,  and to go into the forthcoming  match with confidence the Nolson  men must keep up their practice  aud study fche tactics oi" tho game  during the uext few days. To date  players have turned out to practice  splendidly and the measure of enthusiasm manifested should not be  allowed to wane, [fc would nofc be  a bad idea, either, for the club fco  enter iuto correspondencev with  other clubs in the district for the  purpose of arranging games later  in the season.  The land sports during the celebration will be run oil on Baker  bfcrccfc and fche city officials will do  .some work on the street with a view  to making "the course smooth and  oven. The demonstration committee should rope the street from  Stanley to Josephine streets and  hocure the assistance of chief Jarvis  aud his staff to keep spectators off  the ground over which the races are  fco take place.  At Monday night's city council  meeting manager Waterman of the  baseball club drew the attention of  llie aldermen to the fact that the  circus which exhibits here on Thursday proposed to erect fchdir tents  New C. P. R.,Yards. ,.,  The announcement in The Tribune that the crown grants transferring blocks 88 and 39 to the C.  P. R. in pursuance of the agreement between the company and the  city, will be forwarded Avithin a  day or tAvo from Victoria, AA'as received with pleasure at the local  headquarters of the road, Avhere no  intimation had previously been received as to the disposition of the  grants. In anticipation of the arrival of the grants, the engineering  staff is Avorking in the yards, so  that no further delay Avill ensue.  At the 0. P. II. offices it is stated  that Avork is to proceed immediately ou the matter of the title being  cleared up. The plans for the buildings are out, and it is predicted  thafc "dirt will fly" within >  Aveok. The company's program involves an expenditure estimated at  $80,000 to, $90,000, the appropriation for grading alone being placed  at $20,000.-"The" new yard is already staked oufc. The C. P. R.  will, ifc is understood, have all the  work done by contract under the  supervision of its engineers. The  depot, freight; sheds, roundhouse  and grading Avill be built by .separate contract, Avifch time alloAvances,  to-expedite tho Avork.  Ifc is difficult to state Iioav many  men Avill be employed on the Avork,  but the staff must necessarily be  large if the buildings and yards are  to be finished .before fche Avinter sets  in.   The depot officials will occupy  their "present   quarters  until   the  neAV promises are ready for occupation when all the division officers  and the station staff Avill be located  in the new building Avifch the  ex-"  ception of fche distriefc freightagent.  As has already been stated the  depot will bo a union affair, the  Great   Northern   having    running  rights into the centre  of the  cifcy  under-fcheii*- agreement���with  the  C. P. R. whereby the latter road  takes over the section of fche Nelson  & Fort Sheppard line between Five-  mile point and fche city.   No official  announcement   has been made of  the  transfer, but the fact that a  "tie-on" has been builfc atthe Point  and that tho continuation of the  line   from  the ' present  Nelson &  Forb Sheppard station to the west  end of the CroAv's Nest sAvifcch lias  been  surveyed points to the facfc  fchat the deal is no longer in doubt.  Several   contractors - Avent   over  the ground betAveen the terminals  of the  CroAv's  Neat road and the  Nelson   &   Port   Sheppard   tracks  yesterday with a vieAV to tendering  on the connection,   Ifc is expected  thafc the Avork will be commenced  wi thin a short time.  Ancient Order of Foresters.  Fraternal societies are numerous  in Nelson,-but another addition has  been made to their ranks by the  organization of the eourtK-'Sfcar of  Kootenay" of-the Ancient Order of  Foresters. The lodge Avas installed  by district organizer J. Hilbert, and  over 20 charter members were initiated. The following officers were  elected:   P. C. R',  Frank Simpson;  C. R., W, T. Hardy; S. C. R., P. G.  SAviflin; treasurer, W. H. Lee; secretary, R. MeLeod; S. W., B. H. C.  Johns; S. B.��� F. Deacon; J. B., W.  Maemillan; trustees, Y. A. Porter,  J_. D. Porter and G. M. Phillips; auditors, Dr. IlaAvkey, G. M.  Phillips,  D. EL M. Little; bylaAV committee,  Dr. RaAvkey and R. S. MeLeod. The  proceedings closed wifch a vote of  thanks to district organizer J. Hilbert.  Rumors of all Kinds.  London, June 20;���3 a.m���The  Russian relieving forces arrived  outside of Pekin this morning, says  the Shanghai correspondent of the  Daily Express, and immediately began to attack the cifcy on both sides,  employing artillery. The forces  apparently arrived in time, for the  Chinese assert that the attack upon  the legations, had been unsuccessfully reneAved. On the night of June  Kith, the Chinese troops under  general Tung. Fu Siang and  Tung Ching attacked the legations and set on fire five  European buildings. Nothing  definitely is known as to the result  except that the Chinese Avere disappointed, although other reports,  utterly discredited by foreigners  here, are that the Chinese, infuriated by the destruction of Taku,  have since niassasred all the foreigners in Pekin.  A modified version of these  rumors, l-eceived at Berlin, is that  the French, as well as the German  minister, has been killed.  The English at Shanghai think  the Chinese have had foreign advice  in organizing the defences at Taku,  because of the precision wifch which  their afctack was delivered, The  wires connecting Avith the harbor  mines were cut by the boats of the  warships the night before the bombardment.  It is reported at Shanghai, that  it Avas on board the Russian cruiser  Korietz and not Maudschur, that  the explosion occurred, killing and  Avounding more than 50. lt is reported that no fewer than 700  Chinese were killed in the forts.  The Shanghai correspondent of  the Daily Express says he is officially informed that Japan is mob-  lizing 25,000 men for immediate  transportation. The Avhole fleet of  the Nippon Yu Sen Kaisha" (Japanese merchant shipping company)  has. been chartered. The British  cruiser ^Undaunted arrived at  Shanghai yesterday, cleared for  action and took up a position commanding fche Chinese forts. There  are three Chinese cruisers in the  harbor.  At Yum Nan Fu, where the rising  had been gathering force for days  past, 080 Christians have been  attacked at the French mission  settlement,," many being put to  death. * The French consul and  three missionaries are still in  prison.  The disorderly elements have  secured the upper hand at Wuhu  and Gzeehuan, where the native  Christians have been massacred. A  thousand Boxers have gathered on  fche outskirts of Tien Tsin.  The Shanghai correspondent - of  the Daily NeAvs, telegraphing yesterday, says:  "The Chinese officials here assert  that they have news from Pekin up  to���June _17th��� The_si fcuation- was  then very serious, beyond fchat they  have received nothing, but they  deny that dispatches have been  Avifchheld. Admiral Seymour's  column is uoav in the middle of an  arid plain, Avith no food and no  good water, and surrounded by  hostile forces'."  afternoon, and" ������ several hundred  delegates, representing nearly every  mining section of the country, including Alaska and Canada, Avere  in attendance. In connection Avith  the convention, .extensive exhibits  of minerals Avero displayed. President B. P. Montgomery of Colorado  outlined a plan v of permanent organization and submitted lines of  work for further .efforts.  SPEECH FROM CHAMBERLAIN  Copyright Bibles,  New York, June 19. ��� Judge  Wheeler, in the United States circuit court today, issued a final decree iu the case of the chancellor,  master and scholars of the university of Oxford against fche Wilnier-  Andrews Publishing Company of  Noav York, "ordering that the university of'Oxford is entitled fco fche  exclusive use of the designation  "Oxford," or "Oxford Bible,"  and the use of the symbol  and coat-of--arms used by the  Oxford press' in connection  with the publication ��� of bibles.  The Wilmer-AndreAvs Publishing  Co. is perpetually enjoined and restrained from using in any manner  the word Oxford in eonnection.wifch  bibles not published by the Oxford  university, The decree concludes:  "The loss which, fche complainants  may have suffered by reason of the  action of the defendants, and the  matter of costs having been adjusted by fche parties, there shall  be no recovery of damages and no  costs fco either party, and this shall  stand as a final decree."  IS NOTHING FROM ROBERTS  Wires May Be Cut.  London, June; 20.-3:25 a. m.���  The casualties made up by the Avar  office including a- long list of missing, shoAV British losses in engagements hifcherto, "not reported. In  an attack on a .-reconstruction train  at Leeuw Spruiti on June 14 three  were killed, five; wounded and sixty  captured. Leeuw Spruit is forty  miles, northeast" of Kroonstadt.  This was the day of the Zand river  attack eighty miles distant. Another list sIioavs nine Avounded and  eleven missing���;in an- action at  Vredefort on June 7th, uo previous  mention of which has been made.  The Daily Mail points that it is  quite possible the Avires have again  been: cut in Roberts' rear, as no  dispatch later than June 10th has  been received.- .'.  The Boers areJ gathering in force  in front of genoral Rundle, near  Ficksburg. His forces stretch 40  miles. As some parts of the line  are Aveakly held, the British fear  the Boers may break through. The  Boers there are commanded by  Devilliers and Hermann. Mr. Steyn  is at Bethlehem, the temporary  capital of the Free State.  According to dispatches from  Lorenzo Marquez dated yestcrda3r,  the Malana bridge has beeu destroyed. Some say it was blown  up, others that it was undermined  by a patrol from Swasiland and  .qollapsed under the Aveighfc df a  train. This has �� temporarily interrupted tbe supplies of stores to  _the Boers fro��n Lorenzo Marque/.  The Bloemfontein correspondent  of the Daily Mail, June Kith, says  thafc lord Roberts is getting huts  for 30,000 men and is arranging  transports for a large part of - his  army, although his plans aro nofc to  take effect immediately.  The Lorenzo Marquez correspondent of the Daily Express says: "A  German-American, Avell known' to  fche Noav York police, is" alleged to  have planned a desperate attempt  to steal some of the bar gold from  the trucks' attached to president;  Kruger's travelling cquippage. lie  is said to have carried off some bars  before he was discovered."  The Lorenzo Marquez correspondent of the Times _ says: "Three escaped British prisoners are believed  fco have tampered with Malana  bridge. A freight train pitched  into the river aud two men were  killed outright."  M!INNES- FATE-IS SETTLED  International Mining Congress.  Milavaukee, June 19.���The third  annual convention of the International and Mining Congress opened  at  the   exposition    building   this  Resign or lie Dismissed.  Ottaava, June 19.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���A.t a meeting of the  cabinefc held this forenoon the position of tho lieutenant-governor of  British Columbia Avas up for consideration. " Lieutenant-governor  Mclnnes has had to form three governments in two years. Two of  them were dismissed, one Avith a  majority at its back.and another he  refused to permit to meet the legislature to see whore it stood. A  solid vote of the legislature was recorded against the selection of  Martin as premier, yet Mclnnes refused fco obey this and called upon  him to form an administration and  afterwards dissolved the legislature  to permit Martin appealing to the  province.  The result was -that Martin met  with an ovei'Avhelming defeat, and  now 25 of, those avIio were elected  out of a house of 38 members have  passed a resolution asking for the  dismissal of the lieutenant-governor. What is peculiar aboufc this is  thafc three ministers whom Mclnnes  has just sworn in, and whose  bounden duty ought to haA'O been  in that case when they did accept  office fco have defended tlieir governor, have instead signed a resolution demanding his removal. These  ministers Avere Dunsmuir, Eberts  and Turner.  The result was thafc at today's  cabinet meeting it was decided to  ask Mclnnes to resign. If ho does  not, then he will be dismissed.  Outside Criticism.  London, June 19.���Joseph Chamberlain, secretary of state for  fche  colonies,  addressing a   meeting of  the Woinens' Liberal Unionist Association   this   afternoon  said the  colonies had seen through the  haze  of tho South  African  anti-bellum  negotiations, Avhen sir Henry Camp-  bell-Bannerman, the Liberal leader  in the house of commons, and others  AArere mystified.   Noav that fche Avar  Avas    concluding,   he    added,     all  Avere unanimous that whatever the  final settlement may be, it must be  final, and should  not leave  behind  it the   seeds  of   further   mischief,  and make a repetition   of the trouble possible.   The Opposition Avant-  ed to knoAV when a general election  would be called.    He was unable to  gratify their natural curiosity, but  Avhether the election took place tomorrow, or was  postponed  indefi  nifcelyj ifc would be one of the most  momentous presented to the people  of the United    Kingdom    during  a    century,      involving      as      it  did,   the    question     of   the     future of South Africa,  and the future of  fche  empire.    Referring to  continental criticism, Mr. Chamberlain, after remarking that England  always expected  this, went on  to  say:      "Bufc   there    are    quarters  whence even a note of disapproval  would be a matter of serious  concern.    I refer to  our colonies  and  the United States.    I think  we are  happy in that Ave have their good  opinion   and approval.    It is true  this good  opinion  of   the   United  States is  not unmixed  with  other  sentiments.    I will not uoav  enter  upon  the  causes,  partly   political  and partly sentimental, Avhichhave  led  certain Americans   to  sympathize with Avhat they call  a republic,   although    its    whole     existence   and     practice     has     been  one pei petual denial of the  principles-upon whicli theii-own great  republic is founded.   I beiieve the  great majority of fche   Americans  recognize  thafc  our  claims  in this  Avar are as diigh  and  unselfish  as  those  Avhich animated  themselves  in the Spanish-American  struggle.  They fought'them for justice  und  liberty, nofc for their own  subjects,  but for those Avhom  they believed  to be fche victims of oppression, and  Ave did not-enter into  quizzical disquisitions or  technical  discussions,  but recognized that they were  carrying out as Anglo-Saxons a  great  work of civilization and humanity.  Now Ave are asking their sympathy  and avc believe that in the long run  Ave shall get in the final seal of their  approval.   Conflicting Dispatches.  London, June 20.���A dispatch  from Shanghai announces thafc tbe  United State.** transport* Thomas  wifch troops from' Manila was  diverted afc Nagasaki and has  arrived at Taku Avith I200_ jnen_^  The Shanghai correspondent of the  Covenay and robbed of $7000.  Covenay is in custody. Judge Dugas  of Dawson is engaged in enquiring  into the charges against gold commissioner Senkler of illegally recording 21 fractions on Last Chance  creek.  French Forces in China.  Paris, June 19.---The French government Avill have 4200 troops at  Taku Avhen the re-inforcements  jusfc ordered oufc arrive there. Two  thousand will reach Taku before  July 3rd. The despatch of a cruiser division, which was decided upon  today, will give France a strong  naval force, consisting of seven  modern cruisers, three of the first  class and four of the second, four  gunboats and a dispatch boat.  ROSSIA GIVES ASSURANCES  OETS TEMPORARY SUPPORT  Times, telegraphing yesterday,says:  "The British flag is reported to have  been flying yesterday over the south  gate of Pekin. This is presumed to  indicate the arrival of admiral Seymour. The summoning of Li Hung  Chang to Pekin is regarded as a  complete change of front on fche part  of the Manchus, Avho havev abandoned the hope of opposing fche  powers." The Hong Kong correspondent of the Times says : "The  Boxer movement is spreading on  Wesfc river."  Sergeant Brought Them Back."  J-ON.iOS, June 10.���A dispatch  from Prahsu to tho Daily Express,  dated yesterday, s-ays: "Captain  Wilson and sergeant Humphreys  Avith 1!0 West African frontiersmen Avhilo rcconnoifcering- betAveen  Bekwai and Kiisha wero attacked  by the rebels. Captain Wilson and  ten men AA'ere killed and seventeen  Avere Avounded. Sergeant Humphreys brought the detachment to  Fumsu." *__   Conscription in Jamaica.  Kingston, Jamaica, Juno 19.���  The community has been excited by  fche receipt of uoavs that the secretary of state for the colonies,  Joseph Chamberlain, has ordered a  military conscription of Sfc. Kitts  and Nevis by Avhich every male between 17 and 40 is liable to compulsory military service. The local  press denounce tiie steps.  Dawson City News.  Victoria, June 19.��� Frank Phis-  cater, San Francihco, alleges fchafc ho  was* held   up  afc   Dawson   by   H.  Reconstruction Later On.  Vancouver, June 19.��� [Special to  The Tribune.]���The so-called opposition convention closed harmoniously tonight. The Mainland gave  in, temporarily at leasfc, to the Vancouver Island delegation, this being  the only way in which, as one  member put it, ex-premier Martin  could be effectually extinguished.  The convention unanimously agreed  to support premier Dunsmuir and>  his government in passing  all necessary legislation at  the coming session, Avith  the understanding that there Avill  be a thorough reconstruction of the  cabinet after the session, which  takes place early in July. This Avill  be a very short one, lasting only  about ten days, for the voting of  supplies, and no contentious bills  are to be brought forward. This  leaves the millionaire coal king  practically master of the situation.  There was a fear this afternoon  that governor Mclnnes, who has  been asked to resign, would dismiss  the ministers -who have been unfaithful to him in asking the governor general his dismissal, and  thus playiug into Joe Martiu's hands  by precipitating another serious  situation. *  Just before adjournment an important resolution was passed to  the effect thafc members of the leg-  lature there assembled agteed to  the principle of the eight-hour law.  There Avas no arrangement, although that was mooted, fchafc  finance minister Turner and attorney-general Eberts should resign as  a necessary preface to the . reconstruction of the' cabinet. Mayor  Garden of Vancouver may be nominated premier in the leconstruc-  tion of the cabinefc.  Later���Mayor Garden has' definitely refused a portfolio tinder the  present rdministration. He has,  however, agreed to supporting  Dunsmuir as a temporary measure.  Mclnnes tonight refused to resign,  nofc being willing to be bound by a  Conservative eotiA'ention.  Fire at the Phair Hotel.  A fire brok'e out in the basement  of the annex of the Phair hotel  aboufc 10:45 yesterday evening. The  fire brigade was called out and fche  bla*/.e avus located under the building near the furnace. What started  it is a mystery as there has been no  fire there for .several weeks. One  theory Avas that a burning cigar  end or a lighted match might havo  dropped throng)i a grating. Fortunately not much harm was done,  and the fire Avas quickly put oufc,  the Avater, as usual in such caf-es,  doing more damage than Die flames.  A Secord Week.  Enoi/r, June 19.���Something over  S00 tons of ore left Eholt for Trail  lasfc Aveek. The shipments came  from the *B. C.�� Winnipeg, Athel-  stan and Golden. Crown. . This  amount; Avill be increased to over  1000 tons this week. The machinery  is now in position at the R. Bell.  The big boiler is in place, the  gallows frame is erected aud everything is in readiness to begin Avork  tomorrow. The ioAver shaf fc Avill be  sunk and a tunnel run to tap the  upper shaft.  Surrender at Wakkerstroom.  Vor.KSRfST, Transvaal, June 19.���  The town guard of Wakkerstroom  has surrendered to the British and  a number of Mausers Avifch seA'eral  rifles.   Insurrection in Bulgaria.  Bucharrst, June 19.���The insurrection in Bulgaria is spreading,  and ."50 peasants have been killed by  the military at Durau-Lekah.  China Stops Telegrams.  Washington,   June   19.���When  the official day closed it was found  that a message had been received in  the morning from admiral Remey  at the navy department, touching  the readiness of the Princeton and  Marietta and Seafire for immediate  service.    He presented all the news  that had come to the government  from the east since yesterday.   One  of   the   most   important developments, however, was the notice of  the Russian government of its intention to dispatch 0000  troops  to  China which was accompanied by  the     understanding     that     these  troops    were    to     be "= used   for  the      assistance     of      Europeans  and Americans  and   with no   purpose of territorial aggression on the  part of Russia.    This assurance was  received Avith the greatest satisfaction. It is understood thafc Japan, in  view of Russia's frank  declaration,'  Avill consent   to assume   the same  obligation   toAvard   the other   na;  tions, in   which   ease the  greatest  obstacle to effective action, whether concurrent or joint, by the powers in China, may   be considered as  removed. v  Lord Pauncefote, the British ambassador," called at the state department this afternoon and spent  half an hour in conference Avith  secretary Hay. His lordship had  no neAvs from his own gOA*ornruenfc  beyond that contained in the morning papers respecting developments  in China, and he A\*as anxious to be  informed as to the details of the  reported battle on Sunday morning.  The state department Avas without  information on this point. It is  expected that admiral Kempff will  be heard from Avithin a day or tAvo.  Tho difficulties  in   the   Avay   of'  speedy communication between the -  navy     department    and   admiral  Kempff are illustrated in the series  of messages that have come in the  last.48 hours'-from the cable offit-es.  Yesterday the department was in- *  formed that Avhile fche Avire system  beyond Chefoo, and  leading- up to'  Taku and Tien Tiin had  been cut,  ifc had arranged that a daily st(-am-  er should take messages for  fchfjse  points afc Chefoo and carry them fco .  their    destination   up   'the   river.  Though this  arrangement involved  a day's delay, it AA'as acceptable *rud  the authorities  Avere  disappointed  afrreceiving today fche following no-* -  fciee from the cable office: ���  '    "Cable   office   reports    that the  Chinese   administration   has   cancelled   arrangements" for a  po-tal  service from   Chefoo to Tien Tsin  and   Taku.     The  Great Northern  route through Siberia  will  do  its   '  utmost to get telegrams through to  Tien   Tsin,   but   messages   can   be  accepted only afc the sender's risk."  A   notable   feature   about   this  notice is the  disclosure  of an^ apparent purpose on the  part; of the  Chinese  government   to    interfere  with- -free���communication   -be���  tween   the   foreign    naval"  commanders at Tien Tsin and Chefoo  and their  respective  governments,  au. action   which may have some  bearing on the decision Avhich must  be readied very shortly as to the  status   of   the   relations   betAveen  China and the other nations of the  world.  Berlin, June J9.���The i'olknving  semi-official dispatch has been re-  eei\*ed here from Tokio: "The  Japanese government has been exit  off from all communication with  Pekin since June 14th. The Japanese consul at Chefoo does not report  anything concerning the destruction of the legations at Pekin."  Degree Conferred.  The University of Toronto litis  conferred the degree of C. S_. upon  H. K, T. Haultain, manager of the  Yellowstone mine. Mr. Haultain  graduated in the School of Practical Science���the engineering department of Toronto University���  in 1889, and aftenvards took post  graduate courses in London and  Freiburg. Since that time he has  been actively and continuously engaged in mining in Ireland, Austria and South Africa, as Avell as in  the Slocan' and this district. He  has had sole charge of the Yellowstone mine since Avork Avas commenced there in the fall of 189S.  Lead Producers to Meet.  Tho lead producers of tho Avestern  states Avill meet in New York during  fche present Aveek, for the purpose  of taking some united action Avifch a  vieAv to .securing a more favorable  price for lead.  ll  ���> t*-_x.*-__nj* ,*��>4r ."���  SS^^ 5331 THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C WEDNESDAY   JUNE 20 1900  _0' . 0ZZ* , 03* ./g& . est ./��_& .  k _*^._-_vt^*-&_-���<!&><____'  f/^-'m< ***v * <��**�� '**. * "*. **���*��. *  .g_0.00 .^ .f& .&e> . 00 . ^sii. <_*_* .e^.pt.^.  r='   ���%___*4��_>-4__>'4__*' ^*^*S��>' <a!:**'.^^&t��'-  ii>  iii  xii  iii  m  enuine  DRV  Hi  iii  it/  -^ ^B^ ^'-5& ^^ ^'^ ^ ���>. t  * ^^'^.^^^^^^^  Hf  iii  iii  iii  iii    \fc  -       * : ~: ��� ��������� m  Our Prices will Tell you This.   See What Follows Hi  LADIES' DEPARTMENT-LOOK AT THESE PRICES \jjjf  Regular $1.2;") Linen Dress Skirts, iioav offered at 30c.        Regular $1.50 AVhite Duck Dress Skirts, iioav offered at 85c. \k'i  Regular 75c Colored Shirt Waists, now offered at 35c    Ladies' Cotton Undervests, from 15c up    Crash goods for Skirts afc 8c per yard ?T*f  Ladies' Cotton Drawer?, from 15c up       Ladies' Corset Covers, from 15c up \��4  Regular $2.00 White Shirt Waists now offered at $1.00       Regular $2.00 Colored Silk Parasols, now offered afc $1.00 XV*  IS;  m  Hi  iii  House Furnishing Line.   Read Following Values  COTTON GOODS, CURTAINS, AND CAPETS  '������-.. ... - 0  8-4 Bleached Sheeting at 20c per yard    Bleached Circular Pillow Cotton at 15c per yard    Regular 75c Lace Curtains for 45c per pair  Regular $1.25 Laee Curtains for 75c per pair       Regular $1.25 Brussels Carpet at 85c per yard  Hemp Carpet at 17c per yard        Union Carpet afc 25c per yard       Tapestry Carpet at 55c per yard  m  iii  iii  Hi  xii  Hi  iti  Men's Furnishings.   Reduction in Prices  LOOK AT OUR LINES BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE  Boys' White Pique Suits afc $1.00  Boys' Linen Suits at $1.00 Boys' Linen Caps at 25c  Regatta Shirts at 50c Men's Linen Hats at 50c  Men's Straw Hats at 15c  Xti  iii  xti    xti  m #  *iy   As all our Dry Goods must be closed out, and as these are only a few samples of our prices,   v^  ^- you are assured of bargains in all other lines ^  f A. FERLAND & CO. I  Hi Baker  Street,   Nelson )$  '<2_v__'"_\'_\'_\SS ^���-S,*5fr,-38'^'-ft,Si'-*fi>'^,JS'^'-S        ^^^^^^'^'^'1___\^'-_t'1__\'^'^'^%^'^^  '0^'00'00-00-00'00-00'00   00'00-00-00-00-00   00'00   00 ^ ^ -^- ^   ST- ^ '8^ ^ ���>*��� >���* -��"^ -5S ^ 8?- ^- ��*  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 AVHAT A'OU WANT IS NOT IN HTOCK  AVE AVILL MAKK IT FOR YOU  CALL AND GET PRICKS.   ���  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NKLSON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND VERNON STREETS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber 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.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1670.  Kickers  If you get  your football shoes  at the Hudson's Bay  Stores, you  "will   do m all  your  ing  oaii.  You  on  the  will  have no kick  on the price  .or-quality. ���  bia  required a stable government  above all things.    They endeavored  to make it appear that an understanding existed between the Conservative candidates on the Mainland, and tbe Tui-nerite candidates  on the Island;  and they promised  that af ter election they would unite  and   form   a   strong   government.  The result of the elections plaeed it  in tlieir   power to   redeem   their  promise.   The Martin government  was overwhelmingly defeated,' and  the Turnerites  and  Conservatives  found themselves in the-majority.  Acting, it is said, upon the recommendation of the retiring minis tiy,  lieutenant-governor Mclnnes called  upon James Dunsmuir  to form a  government.   Pie succeeded at once  in securing the co-operation of ex-  premier Turner, and ex-atfcorney-  general    Eberts,   as    minister   of  finance   and   attorney-general   respectively,  and  thus fortified   attended a   political   convention   iu  Vancouver supposed to be called by  sympathizers with the old Turner  government of   1898.     Just  what  transpired  at   this   convention   is  more or less a mystery, as those in  attendance are said to have been  pledged to secrecy, but  sufficient  has leaked out to demonstrate thafc  the real object of the convention  was to secure a straight Conservative government, and to AArithhold  support from any government other  than such as the convention should  formulate.    If this policy is persisted in ifc can only tend to further  complicate matters.' It means that  the Turnerites of Victoria and Vancouver Island must either  violate  their   pledge*,  or   break  with   the  Mainland Couservati ves,, and iu such  an event the Conservatives would  be   nothing    short   of   a   faction.  Given  every Mainland member of  Conservative   leanings   they could  nofc muster more than eleven members, and several of the'se might  consider that they oAved more allegiance to ex-premier Turner than  to the Conservative faction.  In the house   of   commons   the  other day several   speeches   Ave re  house of commons who undertook  to defend it, and the probabilities  are that the last has been heard of  setting one corrupt election off  against another equally ..corrupt,  and thus shutting off all enquiry by  the courts. f  Tur.Ri. are several points of difference between the mine-owners of  Kootenay and the urine-owners  south of the international boundary, ' In New York this A\eek the  western mine-OAvners ���will hold a  conference for the purpose of maintaining the: price of lead, Avhile iu  Victoria the Kootenay miue-owners  are subordinating the Avelfare of  the mining industry to the advancement of the Conservative party of  the province.  The case of lieutenant-governor  Mclnnes was before the federal executive yesterday Avitli the result  thafc lieutenant-governor Mclnues  will be given an opportunity to resign, failing Avhich he- Avill be dismissed, Tt is difficult to .see what  other course- Avas open to the- federal authorities in view of the circumstances of the ease, and, aside  from the followeis of Joseph Martin, the decision of the OttaAva authorities will be hailed with delight  by the people of British  Columbia.  Who will be the next lieutenant  governor? This will be tho question of the next few days. A month  ago ifc AA'as generally conceded thafc  the appointment Avould fall to  Hewitt Bostock, bufc his chances  have no doubt been Avoakened by  tho hostility of the Martinites. Tlio  problem before the Ottawa authorities is to please the three factions  of the parfcy in tho provinco. To  overcome the difficulty ifc is not unlikely thafc some Eastern politician  will be selected.  matters military, both in and out of  season, made him rather unpopular.  Churchill and the aggressive major  sat side hy side at the table, and  the martial potentate voiced his  opinions in his usual manner,  phurehill bore the infliction dumbly  for a season; then, taking advantage of a pause, when the major  wanted to take breath, he said, very  complacently and irrelevantly:  "Do you know, major, I met a  man this morning Avho would  gladly forfeit ��50 for - the pleasure  of kicking you,"  "Kicking me, sir!" roared the  angry major. "Kicking me!" 1  must ask you to mention his name  immediately!",  ���'But, the fact is, major, I am not  sure that I ought to tell you," replied Churchill Avifch well-assumed  caution.  "But I insist on knowing his name  at once, sir!" shouted,the truculent  officer, uoav red Avith rage.  "Well, sir, I suppose I must tell  you. It was a poor young felioAV  iu the hospital Avho has lost both  his legs by the bursting of a shell."  Lethbridge Gait Goal  The best value for the money- In the market  tor all purposes.  TEttMS casu      W. P. Tikiinky. General Agent  Toleohone W.    Offlon with C.Tt.3. Ohriatie.  GOSTELLO'S EXPRESS  AND TRANSFER  Baggagennd expi ess moved to any part of (ho  cily.   Special attention given to heavy teaming.  Otllco comer Victor! i and AV'ai d ������treats. Telephone 192. W�� A. COSTELLO, Manager.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders  ��� WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchanan's  A large stock of first-class dry material on  hand, also a fail line of Hash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, eto.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard i  Foot of Hendryx street. Nelson  Telephone. 91  dohn Rae, Agent  Palace fVjeat IVJar^et  ���*.  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured Meats,  ffijte QtfrUmue*  DunriCG the recent campaign the  Conservative candidates made the  most of the cry that British Colum-  nmde in condemnation of the practice which has obtained heretofore  in the sawing-off of election eases  by the managers of the two political parties.    Although this practice I cmnnmnded  has obtained in  there  !_o  re  Snubbing a Bore.  Winston   Churchill,   the son  of  the late Randolph  Churchill, is a  young man of extraordinary  energy and assurance, as  his recent adventures in  the Transvaal  amply  attest.    Ho is also possessed of an  innate humor, which  manifests  itself occasionally, to the entertainment and   delight of  his   friends.  Some time ago Mr. Churchill and  his comrades-in-arms met at a supper.    Among the assembled officers  wits   a   very   pompous,    self opinionated       major,      Avhose      rank j  for    him     a    very I  ^Z___-T_XXXZZZXXX___X__XXXX-XXXZ_______ZX_____X-X_3X,  JUST   ARRIVED  A Car Load of '  Hen's Apple Cider.  THORPE & CO.  Z_ZX-XZZXXXIZXZXZXXX_X__t-XXXXX--__XX___ZX-__Z-XZI_xi.  DR. ALEX FORIN  Ort'icK:  Houstox Block.  ffl. LU0WIG  Manufacturers of arid  dcalors iu Harness, Pack  and Srock Saddles. Apsra-  joea,' Collars, Bridles mid  Whips.  Nelson Harness Shop  Hall Streot, Nelson,  A feature "will bo made of the poultry and  game trade. Thoy will always bo on hand dur->  ing their season.  J. L.  PORTER, Prop.  169 Josephine St., between Baker and Vernon.  Telophone 159.  XL . T��S3STST-HUJ^JD.  Contracting Painters, Decorators, Paperhangers.  Full line of wall paper, mouldings, etc,   Kalso-  mining and Tintini?.   Strictly Arab-class work.  Estimates furnished.   Residence Mill Street,   MPTCnM    Vt- f*  Opposite School House' A^Jlt'OllI^, a. L*.  W. Starmer .Snjith. &-Co.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Office Ward Street Opposite Opera Honse  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON. B. C.  A boarding and <lay school conducted by the  Sinters of St. Jot-.eph of Peace. It is situated at  the comer of Mill and Josephino streets in one of  the best residential portions of Nolson, and is  easily accessible from all parts of the city.  The course of study includes tho fundamental  and higher branches of thorough English education: Business course���bookkeeping, stenography and typewriting. Science course���music;  vocal and inslruiuuntal, drawing, oto. FJain art  and needlework, etc.  For terms and particulars apply to the Slater  Suparior.  H. Dr~ASHGROFT  BLACKSMITH1NG  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  -Wagon repairing promptly -attended to by &  firstMj'iuis wheelwright.  Special attention given to ell kinds of repairing and custom work from ontsida points.  Shop:  Hall St., between Baker and Vernon  JVelson Saw  Planing frills, 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 lfa.ll aqd Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Grossing G. P. R. Track  Mills Hall Street Wharf  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale and.Retail  Dealers in Meats  Head Office at  NELSON, B. 0.  Markets at Nelson, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, 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 IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson E#   (J.   TRAVES,   Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT.' ATTENTION.  j  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  GENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO 91  821 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  PEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms aud JUrat-cIoss  dtaiag-room. Sample rooms for commercial mon.  RATES $2 PER DAY  ffjrs- E. G. Clarke, Prop.  LATJS OP THK ROYAL HOTEL, CAMJARY  MEN WANTED  lOOO men wnntcd lo unload Gurrjui''' ���*  BIG SCHOONERS  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 Ali other lines at  low rates. None but Union  labor employed.  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker Street.   FRED J.' SQUIRE. Manager.  Kootenay-Steam-Laundry  BLOMBERO & SWED3ER.C  PROPRIETORS  The only steam  laundry in Nelson employing union labor      {���*���*"  Beer or Ilsilf-uml-hiilC only  coor,  FltESir  AT THK  CLUB HOTEL  The only good Beer in Nelson  A. LARSON, Manager  Hard Coal  Anthracite  COAL!  GREAT REDUCTION  $0J��jgo��rNost   S6J5  DS3LIVSRSD  Baker and Ward  Streets, Nelson  NOTARY PUBLIC  GrAOL   SUPPLIES.  Tenders will bo received by Uic undersigned np  lo the evmiin't of VedncKrtiiy, June 20th, for tho  Biippl}ini; of the following: articles to the Provincial G.10I .it Nelson from July 1st, 1B00, to June  30th, l-ioi .  GKOCKUIES  llUKAV  MEAT  COAL  VKGBTABLKS  BUOOMS. UTU.  A detailed liht can he *oen��nd any Information  speetflll      hearing1,      bltt      WllOSe j obtained at the Government Agent s oflice.  was uot one member iu the i habit of instructing liis brethren iu �� fiovcrnment kicnU  Oillco with C. W. West & Co., cornor Hall and  Baker streets.  City office of tho Nelson Sodawater Factory.  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL  BROKER  The only hotel In Kelson that) has remained  tinder one management since 1890.  The bed-rooms ore well furnished and lighted  by eleofcrtaifcy.  The bar is always stocked by the best dom s-  tio and imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  TELEPHONE  33  0. W. West & Go.  i, S. Ci  Three dwelling houses for sale on easy terms.  One lot  on  Stanley street, opposite Royal  hotel, for salo at a bargain.  One seven-roomed house and ono three-room.  house for rent.  AMJSAMUS    able rooms!  First-Bias's ia every roBpeeti, Choicest wines,  liquors and cigars. Every comfort for fcranBioiiD  and resident guests.  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSEPH CAMPBELI/, Proprietor.  LOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, Manager.  MERCHANT  TAILOR     t  Removed to Baker Street, opposite the Queen's  R. REISTERER & CO*  BKBiWKRS AND BOTTLERS OB"  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade  Brewery ai Nelson  Bar slocked with test brands of wines, liquors,  and Cigars.   Beer on draught,   Large comfort-  First-class tabic board.  elson   Wine   Oo.  CHOICE WEHES AND L^tJORS  Special attention given to family trade  *Sfi?85*     FMMJC A. TAM8LYM  Nelson, ll. C, jsunaqbb THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON" B. C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900  u  iii  OUR ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE OF SUMMER  \ft GOODS, COMMENCING  TODAV  ���*^___t  fi____Y  Hi  'Wm  iii  Hi  **  *  __f ' 030.0^' 00 '00 ��� 0& '0*0' 00 '00��� 00 '001 '____--&��'��S '0^'__\^*____!____!___\_1'__\_1^**' _\_*'*__**�����- '^S~ '���'___\_.__\^____\_\_\i_______i__�� ��� -^'-S-^kS.'---^''^S1* iS^'aSS^* ^!!^* IS**^fr'aS** ^���^'^���B**^B***25S^'.Si!**S!>'^B**!* ^^��^^* ^^��___S'>"*^* j3}>* **^* ^*>,* ^j^ *3^�� ***^>. *^*>�� j***�� ��� *i^  ^^���^^S^X^ ^.ST.^^.2^V.5oW,>��K'V'V*^,V*,*k ��� ^^'*����*.->^ ���***�� ���"������^���'���llfc. ���>��k.'**^. ���***������* ���^���5T*N *'0t'0*-00'00-00'^"00-00"00-00-00-0&-l_0"00'00'00'00-^'^-^-^"^-00'00-00^&-00-__\^"^'^^_\_T^^.  "���"���"'���       %  f  xti  Xti  -���    :.:: ~: ~ ������ xti  WEDNESDAY, WE WILL OFFER SPECIAL AND    Xti  RELIABLE BARGAINS ��� \ft  Xti  Xti  Xti  xti  xti  xti  xti  iti  __0 __0 __0 __0 __0 __0'&-  * *^ * 4___W_^ * ^^ * ________*________* G_______0^S^*  HERE ARE A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE HAVE TO OFFER  Our stock of Black Crepons, Poplins, Henrietas, Serges, etc., we will offer at large reductions. Silks for Blouses at half price. Silks for Dresses at cost. Silks for Skirts at cost. Silks for Evening  Wear. Linen Crash for Suits i2^c per yard. Large White. Terry" Towels 25c each. Large White Towels 10c each. White Linen Napkins $1 per dozen. White Table Linen 25c per yard.  White Pique roc. Special Crum' Cambric Prints 10c Special Crum's Duck Prints ioc. Special Crum's Prints 10c, 52-inch. Lace Curtains 75c per pair, 5^ yards. Floor Oilcloths from 25c per  yard up.    English Moquett Carpets from $1.50 per yard up.    Axminster Carpets from $1.20 per yard up.    Wilton Carpets from $1.20 per yard up.    Brussels Carpets from $1 per yard up.  3*M*-33:*S3*-3-J*-5:-r*^  E"D  ��wk .--���-��� -��� ' '   J_\'���������������"'   ���������--__.  ^:���"���"������'" ���___,     -r."r7 '  'Jy^^��^****>��� *g�� ��_jg**>��*g|4��^.^-j"^^j**^^��j����^>^��^>'-^��-^>��^g>��-jg>��^fr-^ ��^g>��^^*-^g>*J^��� ^gt'3'^g>*^^^j^*^^'^j^ S^^^Sl^JfcjS^fi^fl^fi^^^^S^^Jfii^^SiSil^l^ii^iiflii^^fl^^^ifiii^iifliiflEllflii^^ifcJ^J  '*s-00'^0��� j_*'^'j.*'t_*'^.^'^'^0��� ?_0'^'00-00��� 00'00'00'00-0*��� 00'00'00-00'^'00-00��� 00-00'00'00 >*,��� *�����*.*,*'>^.*^k**-<^���^^������-���k*^k��s^*s^*^k*^"<^^*^^��s^>sr*���r��^?��?^����^sr*s?��5?��s?��^K��^s?��5f��^^��^?'5f��  BANK m MONTBEAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  REST    7.000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS.      427.180 80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Itoyal ...President  Hon. Georgo A. Drummond Vice-President  E. S. Clouston General Manager  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON     .  NELSON BRANCH  Corner Bakor and Kootonav Streots.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  . Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Ska/juay, IJ. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson Oity, N. W. T.  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD   OFFICE. TORONTO.'."'���"���  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest    \  $2,500,000  $2,458,603  $1,700,000  Branchos in London (England) Nkw York,  Chicago, and all tho principal cities in Canada.  Buy nnd sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers. .  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of tho world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Eto.  Saving's Bank Branch  ��        CURRENT RATE OP INTEREST PAID.  TAXING   RAILWAY  LANDS.  Toronto Globe.  The question of taxing Canadian  Ftici'j'* raihvay lands in the IVortli-  "���.vcsW'emtories will be brought before parliament by Mr. R. L.  Richardson, who lias given notice  of a resolution declaring that the  landfe owned by the company shall  become subject to taxation on February 15th, J 901, ancl that all such  l.nids should be patented to the  company on that date, so that the,  taxation may be imposed as soon as  llie exemption contemplated By  parliament at the passing of the act  of 18S1 has expired. The clause in  ���the agreement under which theae  lands are now exempt reads :  "The Canadian Pacific railway,  and all stations autl station grounds,  workshops, buildings,' yards and  other property, rolling stock and  appurtenances required and, used  for tho construction and working  thereof, and, the capital stock oi"  the company, shall be forever free  from taxation by the Dominion or  by any province hereafter to be established, or by any municipal corporation therein ; and the lands of  the company in the Northwest  Territories, until they are either  sold or occupied, shall also be fiee  from such taxation for twenty  years after- tho-grant thereof from  the crown."  This is dated February I Oth, 1SS1,  and the evident ambiguity of it  may be made the ground fora claim  by the Canadian Pacific Railway  Company for what would be virtually a perpetual exemption. It is  contended by the company that the  ('vemption is to bo twenty years  from the issuing of the patent.  This, according to the established  method of dealing with the raihvay  lands, is meaningless, and the clause  would have the same effect if.it  finished at the stipulation that the  lands bo exempt "until they are  either sold or occupied." The company does not takeout a patent for  lands until they are sold or occupied, consequently an exemption for  twenty years after the patenting of  the lands would enable the company to hold them for all time free  of taxation, Mr. Richardson's  resolution declares that the lands  owned by the company become subject to taxation on February 15th,  iS91. The date flxod is twenty  years, less one day, by the way,  from the date of the agreement,  and it*- was clearly understood by  both parliament and the country  that the agreement implied only an  exemption of twenty years. The  resolution merely declares an interpretation of the agreement as ifc  was understood at the time it was  adopted. That is seen by a reference to the debate on the agreement in the commons.  The Senate and Trades Unions.  The criminal code uoav boforo the  parliament of Canada  contain,-* a;  section forbidding combines in  trade. The senate has struck out  au exception made in favor of trades  unions: "Nothing in this section  shall be construed to apply to combinations of workmen or employees  for their own reasonable protection  as such workmen or employees."  It would be interesting to know  whether the senators imagine: that  at this stage in the history of the  world they can render trades unions  illegal. The matter has been fought  over in England as Avell as in Canada, aud decided in favor of trades  unions; and the senate might as  well try to revive the laws against  witchcraft as bheJlaws against these  organizations. There is a Canadian  statute recognizing and regulating  them, and those" who wanted laws  forbidding trusts and combines had  not the slightest intention of abolishing trades unions.        _,  The senate in this case has far exceeded its legitimate power of revising legislation. It is endeavoring, under cover of amending a  statute revising the criminal code,  to revive a set of obsolete laws  again'bt trades unions. All the talk  about icfusing to pander to the  labor sentiment is , rubbish. The  legalization of trades unions is uot  the dream of a visionary reformer ;  it is the settled Ia.w of the land, here  as in Kngland. All the senate can  do is to create some temporary confusion. The laws against trades  unions will not be revived * even if  through some technicality they  should bo restored to���shadowy existence nobody will enforce them,  and governments would be quite  justified in placing every possible  obstacle in the way of their en-  foreement--  _   _   TWO   NOTED   SOLDIERS.  P. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  .    E..Hay, Inspecter.  .-,.;  Sir Francis Wingate, the present  Sirdar, who succeeded lord Kitchener on the latter being called by  the British government to South  Africa, holds au extremely important position for so young a man.  He is only 39 years old, bu$ has, it  is said, the wisdom and astuteness  of a much maturer ago. When  only nineteen he entered the Royal  Artillery, and when 23 he was military secretary to sir Evelyn  Wood in the Nile expedition,  and was specially commended  in the official dispatches for his  brilliant work. He was iu action  at Toski, Tokar, Hafir, Atbara and  Omdurman, and has been awarded  more medals and decorations, it is  said, than any other man of his age,  lie has made several essays in literature with some success, among  his published works being : "Mah-  disra and the Egyptian Soudan,"  ���'Ten. Years of Captivity in the  Mahdi's Camp," and i. translation  of Slatin Pasha's "Fire and Sword  in the Soudan."  The brilliant exploits of general  French, the dashing cavalry leader  of the British forces in South Africa, have made him the subject of  much public discussion. Considerable curiosity has been excited as  to his nationality, and he has been  claimed by different people as Irish,  English and Scotch. Ifc would appear, however, that the family  came over to England originally  from France, the head of it being lord de Freyne. A branch  of    the     Frenches      settled    in  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker Street  J. M.-LAY, Manager.  Roscommon and remained there  for some generations. The grandr  father of general French lef t  Ireland and settled at Ripple Vale,  inKent,cEngland,rand, to confuse  matters more, the mother of general  French, who was Miss Eccles, was a  Scotchwoman. As, however, he  was born in England, he may be  considered an Englishman of mixed  extraction. ' His youth was mainly  passed in the north of London.  Upon finishing his education he  entered the navy, but, finding the  service not to his taste, he left it  and went into the army���fortunately, as it has turned out, for lord  Roberts and his forees.<  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NELSON, B, O.  Coffee roasters and dealers in Tea and Coffee.  Offer fresh roasted coffee of beat quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound......t  40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Fine Santos, 1 pounds  1 00  Santos Blend, �� pounds  1 00  Our Special Blend, 6 pounds  1 00  Our Bio Roast, 6 pounda.................... I 00  A trial order solicited. Salesroom 2 doors east  of Oddfellows block. West Baker street.  NOTICE OF MEETlJiclBF "STOCKHOLDERS.  Notice is l-oicby given Hint upon the 23rd day  of Jniy, A. D., 1M0, at 10 o'clock a. in. af the oom-  pany's ollice in Nelson, B. C. there mil be held a  meeting of Lhe stockholder"! of the Goidend.ile  Minnie; Company, a coi poration, for the purpose  of considering a proposition to sell the Golden-  dale and Young Dominion mineral claims (crown  granted), situate aboutlour miles south of Nelson,  Bullish Coliunbia in We^t Kootenay Mining District, Biitish Columbia, to pay the outstanding  indebted nes-i of Kiid company.  OOLDJiNDALE MINING COMPANY,  By Jt. D. ine, Secretary.  D.ttcd this 11th (lav of June. A. 1'. MOO.  '     ENGINEERS.    ~  CHARLES PARKER���Mining and milling engineer.   West Baker street, Nolson.  FEATKENAL   SOCIETIES  -A -NKLSON LODGE, NO. S3, A. &, & A. M.  __r'Moots second Wednesday in each month.  r*0\ Sojourning brethren invited.  *���^'&&^&C:&&&&-&&&&&&&&&&&^&&&^-��:�� i-i***-S*ift*^*JBi2!*jaia*S:  <1.  Tuesday evening at 8 o'olock,  cordially invited to attend.  & S.  Leonard Scott, C. C.  islting KniKhfcs  B. O. Joy, K. of E.  NKLSON L. O. K, No. M592, meets in I. O. O. F.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootonay streets,  Iht and 3rd Friday of each month. Visiting  brethern cordially Invited. R. Robinson, XV. M_  XV. Crawford. Recording-Secretary, _____  TVTELSON .SSRIK, Number 23, Fraternal Order  ���*���' of Eagles, moete every second and fourth  Wednesday ineach inonth In Fraternity Hall.  Visiting brothren weloosne. W. Gosnell, Pa-sal  dent,  Charles Prosper, Secretary.  F. of  north-  tbades msmm,  NELSON MINERS' UNION NO. 96, W.  M.���Meets in miners' union rooms, :   oast cornor Victoria and Kootenay Rtreeltf, every  Saturday ovoning at ft o'clock. ViiiUng mem-  bora welcome. M, R. Mowatt, President. James  Wilkes. Secretary.   TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���The regular meetings of tho Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will be hold in the miners' union hall,  corner of Victoria ai��d Kootenay streets, on tho  first and third Thursday of each month, at  1.30 p. m.. G. J. Thorpe,President. J. H. Malhe-  son, Secretary.   THK regular meetings of the Carpenters' Union  are held on Wednesday evening of each  week, at 7 o'olock, in the Miners' Union hall corner Victoria and Kootenay streets. R. Robin-  son. President.   James Colling. Secretary.   BARBERS' UNION.���Nelson Union, No. lS��i. of  the International Journeymen Barber's Union of America, meets every first and third Monday of each month in Miner's Union Hall, coiner  of Victoria and Kootenay streots at 8:30 p.m.  sharp. Visiting brothers cordially invited to  attend. J. H. Matheson, ProsidonU W. S. Be'.-  ville, Secretary.   BRICKLAYERS AND MASON'S' UNION.  Tho Bricklayers and Masons' International  Union No. 3 of Nelson meets second and four! h  Tuesdays in each month nt Miners' Union h.ill  J. W. Etcher, president; Joseph Clark, rccoiding  and corresponding secietary.  LABORERS' UNION.���Nelbon Laborers' Pio-  tcctire Union, No. 8121, A. F. of L., moots in  Miners' Union Hali, northeast cornor of Victoria  and Kootonay streets, every Monday evening  at 8 p.m. shaip. V.siting members of the American Federation coidially invited to attend. John  Mullen, President. Percy Shackelton, Secretary,  NELSON PAINTERS' UNION���Tho regular  meeting ot the Painters' Union is hold  tho first and third Fridays in oach month at Miners' Union hall at 7:30 sharp.  T, O. Skatbo. President.  Will J* Hatch, Secretary.  Xti  xti  xti  xti  ffl  to  xti  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  to  to  il/  xti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  iti  iti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  iti  iti  to  to  to  iti  Neelaitid.  nioe iGmpormmm.  ���For the,, flnext Two Days we will make a special drive inn  :xrx:cxxxxs  (;*ryT*mfTr��TTr*tTTTrtrTra��rr^ii��TT��m��iifTtnfT��i-frii-i;rTrTTT:  Happy Toes  �� Are those encased in Neelands,a  | ' ,    Shoes.' |  _LXZSXXZ_ZZZ_Z_X_ZXZX_____X_-Z__XZTI_-__:XX__XZ__ZSXZX-_X-3  jj You've Seen One I  H Here's another.,. We  can't   be jj  jj,  beat in Ladies' Stylish Shoes   ��  _nXXZ_Z_ZXZ_ZZZ__XZXXXX_XXZX-XZXXXXX__ZZX_ZXXXXXZZZl__XXt!  We guarantee * to fit, aed satisfy both as to price and quality  iir stock'is now complete  Neelaeds Shoe Company  Mat| jDrdersj^eceive^prqnr^p^attention    ���������^.���^.^.^.^������^.���^���^���^������������^���^���������^���j***'^ ____*__*__ _*-_*_.__'-__'.__\.0*.(*,  to  to  to  to,  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  tor  to  to  to  to  to  to  ffl  ffl  to  to  to  ffl  iti  iti  iti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  iti  Baker-Street,-Nelson ���ift-  _ZiCz*L;___:Ci&;__U&&G'i**  ��f: ^ ^ ^ ��p��T- IP ^ 9p s��  s  This Shows  The on Sy use you have for other  Shoes after wearing NeeJands  -\-_xi- _a_r___v_zx_z_-X3 zx_zx_x-x_____-X3i__zx_____z-. -_a_-_ii  Ward Bros,  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for I & J. TAYLOR SAFES  _ i  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  aHOarrow, A.-i7iTc.]&  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  A. R. SHERWOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door west  ot Batik of British  Columbia bnildhut.  w  ffl We have sold 75 per cent of all the  Corner Victoria and Kootenaj  O. Box 6S9. TSXKPE  Streets.  ONK NO  ��B  Ovaries St Barbe  I  AT 7 PER CENT    "  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  A-pply G. h. LENNOX, Solicitor, Nelson B. C  T. O. Skntbo, si-fn painter for W. ,1. ilurphy,  irqucitts u!l who intend to tako pari in the  Trudui Procehhion on Dominion Daj to howl in  their ordiTf) ftS <[Uickly an possible. LantjCftr  many wore dixappolntod IhrouKh not plating  tlieir orders carlj-onougli. Shop in Uio roar of  the Burns Block.   .  HO STOCKS  BOUGHT AND SOLD  I'cfcrcii'iiii'i Trca-mrj* Stock  KvliOnuor, 10M  1Mb Horn, .XKW  Pool m. .TOW) a/I  Kiclielicu, 1000 ���  WANTED  Rambler Ciri'ioo and Giant  Kor wile���(i-room hoiiie, Hume addition, S?o0.  14-ioom houso, cheap; ieiuis easj , closo in.  CAM  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl'  ffl  ffl  ffl  v&a  Portland Cement  Fire Brick Fire Clay  and Sewer Pipe  USED IN KOOTEliM  ��� ii UT Mi i im iii*wiii ������ wu iri*^*~i'"***,T***T'TTn*n*n**ir��MiM******rr��  Just received carload Dominion Ale and Porter  (PINTS AND QUARTS)  Dominion White Label Ale (pints and quarts).   This  the finest Ale brewed in Canada.  Dominion Bulk Ale (15 gallon kegs)  Teacher's Scotch Whiskey is still the best.  ffl  ffl  ffl  IS  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  '^mmmm^mmmmm  ies y,  GENERAL BROKER  i doors west of Dominion Express oflleo.  P. O. B02* 523,   Phonos: Oflleo W, House 15?  Three nix room hoiif-cH foi ������out.  Ileal Citato in all paitw of tho cily for sale  auknt von s. a. Kimi _Uj's safks  INSURANCE.  LOANS.  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  kootenay Cigar Mfg, Co.  NKIBOK. BKmBH <*OE,TOMBIA       '  Notice of Application for a' Certificate of Improvements.  Brokk.v Hn.r. Jfr.\KKAr. Ci aim, sn u.�� K jx ritr.  AlNSVVOJirlt   Mi.m.sg   Diwmo.v    of   Wi.br  KOOlKVAl DfhTKlOT, AMI ! OCATEH AJtOU T  I WO SHi.hS SOrrilWhbT OF AlNSWOKTH, AI>-  JOIMVJ 1 UK ARKANSAS, I'MIKUAND UKIO.Y  MlNKK\I. CLAIMS.  Take notice (hat. I, IS. E. Yoniif?, (actitii? aa  aRcsit foi E. J. Itoberts, freo minor's cortilioste  Kpccial No. ijSl, and Anna O. Buckley, free  miner's cori'iicato No Ii. 1139j) free miner's certificate No. It 13,4-SG. intend, sixty days from tho  date hereof, to apply to the niini.ijj recorder for  a cortilicatc of impioM-mcnts, for tho purpose o  obUiimnrr a trown grant of tho above claim.  And further take nonco Ibat action, under sec  tion Si, must bo commenced before the istsuanoo*  of Much certificate of improvements.  Datod this 2Hh day cf April, A. I)., 1900.  K. K. YOUNG, PJ.&.  ���*iBtM_tfq&irt&^ll'<*'i>H*r*.  SSSi^S^;!?!!^ THE TRIBUNE:. NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1900  \l  I  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��:SL'^*&&:&��'��w��'2��*&fi��; '-&"fe'T8*-iii"iB*'^i>*  ^.���* <��.��������. ���*��*���������.������C^.^TS":^^'"^ -_9-_m<-^-__>���__�����__<���  Xif  to  to  to  ffl  to  to  ii  ii-  il  THIS IS THE PUCE  to  to  to  ffl  ffl  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ffl  to  to  to  to  to  to  ffl  to  ffl  %  WHERE YOU CAN SAVE MONEY  IN" BUYING  JEWELERY FROM  JACOB DOVER, The leading Jeweler  rVolson, B. C  V*i&&l**t'L  *'_9'_9'^"*-*-f.1��  ^r  xti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ffl  ffl  ffl  to  ffl  ffl  ffl  iti  iti  All mail orders receive our prompt attention.  As we only employ expert help, our watch making  and jewelery department cannot be surpassed.  All work guaranteed to be satisfactory.  xti  ffl  ffl  ffl  to  to  to  to  Jacob Dover, Jeweler 1  Baker-   Street,   "Nelson.  Vvs  Xti  to  _-<2-_\ I*'/-*'*-*'/-*'_-_'-_-1*?*--  WE RECOGNIZE THE FACT  S r t ���  That in caler-iiK lo tho people of Nelson  and distucl in the lines ot  Teas and Coffee  We must have an article first-class jn every respect. We liuvo given these lines our undivided  attention, as,alesnlt of wliich we have succeeded in soennnjj an intic'e in both linos, which for  nuality, fid*.or and excellence havenocfiu.il. We defj compniison, ihey cannot1 be surpassed and  c.innot bfl duplicated. Aitcra trial yon. will have no other. For good goods at reasonable flguies  li j us.   QUALITY FIRS 1, LAST AND ALWAYS,   yours for business,.  The Western Mercantile Company, Limited  BAKER ST.  GROCERS  NELSON  Just Received...  ,. A large consignment of the latest  styles of hats, union  and custom  .   made;   Clothing   for bargains  at  ��� ��� ���  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  THEO MADSON'S  CLOTHING   HOUSE.  WHY BUY CANNED FRUITS ?  We Have the Strawberries, Su^ar,  and Fruit Jars.  P. O. BOX 17G.  HOUSTON BLOCK.  Telephone 1C1.  Car Load ot Lake of Iho Woodb  Flour Just Iteceived.  ���John .-V Srvsqg & Co  Don't Imbibe Snakes .  Lots of tiiem in the city water.  Get one of oup Altera  on trial.   Prices 4*0 cents, $1.25 and $1.75.  opposite; posTomcR.  STRACHAN  BROTHERS.  ASK  YOUR GROCER FOR THE CELEBRATED  Oats  The Best that Money can Buy.     Take no Other.  uVTamifactured by the Brackman-Ker Milling Co , Ltd.  Victoris Vancouver, Westminster, Edmonton. KosBlana, Nelson.  FOR  In  Red, Blue, Amber  and Green.  J(ooten,ay Efectrie Supply &  Oojjstructiort Co, strek-SlIon  CARLOAD  JUST    ARRIVED   CANAD?ANf WHISKIES  IN NELSON  R. P. RITHET & CO., Ltd.  Including l>��]lcand case Seagram, 2,  and 7 > e.vr old.  C.iBei���Club r, c. ll.isfcs  rvo, Uootlerhmii & Worts Special: G. &  AV*. ordinary��� White Wheat Whisky.  A. B. GRAY, Baker fit., Kootenay Represontotivo  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Captain  Goro  aud F. W.  Peters  hud the launch 1'rctoria out for a trial spin jes-  I onlay.. Tho craft looks decidedly smart and  proved to bo faster than was anticipated.  T. G. Procter  and wife  returned  yesterday from u pleasant visit to Kngland. Mr.  Procter hud lhe pleasure of being in London  when the news of the relief of M ��� faking arrived,  and states that the intelligence cicatcd n veritable furore. The otllcial d> Kpnteh readied the e:ty  about an hour before the theatres closrd and  when announced from the stages raised such ex-  ciicment that the performances had to shut  down instantly and tho crowds took to the streets  where tiie celebration lasted two days.  Mr.   Skinner,   one   of   the   best  known members of the English board of C. 1'. It:  director s, was in Nelson for a few hours yesterday with a party aboard the private car Me ta podia."' They left at noon for Kossland and the  Boundary, where a couplo'of days will bo spent  before going north. Captain Troup and 11. Mar-  polo accompanied tho party, wiiicii went out on  a special train.  A couple of miners found themselves stranded at Kootonay Landing as tho  Movie was leaving on her down trip yesterday  and determined to beat thoir way to Nelson.  They conce��led themselves beneath tlio boilers  but were d scovered and placed in irons. AVhen  the boar, arrived here the mon Wore locked up,  and in the afternoon tho j air wero brought before, magistrate Crease. The magistrate discharged the men With a warning that the next  offender convicted would be severely, dealt with.  James Kent, general manager of  C. P. R. telegraphs, 11. C. Jenkins, superintendent "Winnipeg diMsion, and J. AVilson, superintendent Vancouver division, aie expected here  today on a tour of inspection.  Yesterday's mining records were:  Transfeis���the Lucky Hill, Diamond Hill, Blue  Bird and liinkcib Panic claims from the Mai-  guerite Mining & bnielting <. o��� of Ro -island, to  vV. B. Townsend, of Itossland, an eighth ot the  Manila on Nine Mile creek from A. II. ITuJicr.  Nelbon, to C. H. L>iunder, of Nelson.  Harry Parkin was brought before  tho police uiagistiate yesteiday charged with  assault by his wife. The court's veidict v��js  guilty, and a lino of ?2j or three ihontbs was imposed.  J. C. Blaurly, of the C. P. R.  en-  ginccring staff, is in Sandon in connection with  tlio new C P. H. buildings to leplaco those clj n.i-  nuted during the big fire. The newpremihes will  be similar in si/e and sty le to the former qum tors.  Captain Connaught, manager, and  James Cail) le, secretary, of thoLodo Star Mining Company operating above Duncan City, weie  in the city yesterday, having come dovn on the  company V stonier MaiJ.mio secuio'somo now  fixtures for the ciafc. They state that tho Lode  fctar is looking particularly well, and that if tho  iailroadfacihtieswerc.it hand the nunc could  ship 100 tons pei day.  Registrar Simpkins of the supreme  couit has filed his award in the matters at i-.suc  bet ween the Hume Addition Townsite Company  and tho owneis of lots w-hoaicnflectedbj tliort-  sur\o) ot the sovnsite. He dirertsthal the company-hall bear the cost of ieuitnin[r all fences  and replacing the same. Damage* for loss of  land are awarded as follows: Mil-. Gi.iee Brown  SpCO. Mis. Yate-JS1!*20. S. W. Peck $18.10, Mrs.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  To Let--neafc cottage, four rooms,  gaiden, cheap, partly tarnished. Knquiio  'J nbune.  Wanted���situation by a competent general seivant. Good cook. Address M.  P., Tribune ollice.  For   sale���17<i  square   yards   of  good lawn turf of five yearo grow th. can be seen.  Enquire of Mr. Curtis, aiUutcct, Baker btreet.  Nelson.  Wanted���by   a   young   lady," a  position asTstenogi.ipher and typewriter. Good  experience. Apply Stenographer; postoffice box  1., NeUon. * "  Wanted���for sawmill and factory  a shingle jointer, lath man and factory machine  hand. Also a good turner. Apply to G. O. Pu  ohanan, Nelsou or Kaslo.  .Five-room house and lot for sale.  Price $450, Apply to Nolson Bazaar, Tremont  block.  To Rent���House and two lots on  Carbonate sticot, next door to major Houston.  Seven looms and bathroom, hot and cold water,  baths, etc. It haw jti'-t been repaued and kal-  soinined. ThiHj doiltus per month. Taylor &  Hannington.  House to Let���Furnished or unfurnished���Three bedrooms, dining room, drawing room, writing room, hall and kitchen For  tall particular apply to J. T_. Vanstone, broker.  For sale���Stock and fixtures of  the Nelson Basilar amounting to about fopi  bundled dolliUf.  Furnished  rooms   to let���Apply  Carney block, ono door east r>t Oddfellow's hall.  Hack   calls left at   the   Pacific  Tiansfcr barn on Vemon htreot. Telephone  call 35.  "The secret of success is as  yet the Sphinx's riddle, and is  as great a mystery to those  who find it as those who fail  in the search."  But the secret of having  neat, tasty Jewelry and the  Good Impression which that  makes lies in buying it from  BROWN. STORE this in  your mind and have your repairing done at our STORE,  JEWELER  178 Baker Street  Nelson, B. C.  NOTICE.  Notice is herein* gu en that I intend to apply tit  the Iirst meeting of the board of license conuiuss-  .oneis f.: the city of NeKon held thirty dajs  after the date heieof, for lca\e to Iransfer the  hesnso now hold by mo for an hotel known as  tho Nelson House, ntnato on loc 10 block 1, to A,  H, Clements ami Robert KeMcror.      ���__.,  S. Willi Jv.  Dated this 2nd day of June, 1900.  McRae $9, E. Levesque S12.G0. F. K. Hurry on lot  19 &��i, G. O. Boss S4..-)0, K. Brown on lot 31 115.10.  V. K. Hurry on lot 2 $H.lU, It. Brown on lot 22  S17.27, Burden rstato $21.70, K. K Smith S85.40,  Burden estate on lot 27 $4.  The maxim gun instructor for the  Nelson Killes arrived last night in the person of  sergeant 11. .1. ICnignt of the Ko)al Garrison  Artillery in garrison at Ksiiuiinalt. lie will rc-  "niaiii here until July 1st when his orders aie to  proceed to Kuss'and to instruct tho militia company I horo. iSergeant Knight i.s a nine yours'  service man and is a most creditable specimen of  the Kritisli soldier.  _-������ .  R. A. Rogers,   formerly general  manager for the Parsons' Produce Company, has  taken over tlio business of the Parsons comjiany.  The Kootenny agents of tho new Ilrm will 00  Starkey & Co , with headquarters in this city.  Magistrate Crease held a session  of tho small debts court yustcrday. The cases  disposed of were as follows: A. l> crland & Co.  vs. K.V. Berrv nnd wife, judgment for plaintiffs,  _'U) 80 and costs; C. W. West & Co. vs. W. Lawr,  judgment for $i*0.'!*i and costs; Brackman & Ker  Milling Company, limited, vs. W. A. Costello,  adjourned to '���'ridiiy.  A Pretty Wedding  A pretty June Avedding took  place yesterday afternoon at the  church.of Mary 'Immaculate Avhen  Miss Mary Carey Avas united in  marriages to William J. Caldwell, of  the firm of Morrison & Caldwell,  Baker street. JThe ceremony was  celebrated in the vestry "of the  church by Rev. father Ferland at 4  o'clock. The bride was becomingly  gowned in white, and was assisted  by her sister, Miss Annie Carey.  The groom was supported by J. O.  Patenaude. After the ceremony  the happy couple droA*e to their  new home in the Hume Addition,  Avhere a Avedding breakfast was  served. A number of their intimate'  friends Avere present aud the healths  of bride and groom were enthusiastically toasted. Mr. and Mrs.  Caldwell will haA-e the best wishes  of a host of friends. Among the  guests were: J. O. Patenaude, J.  Poquette, J. Millward and C. Prosser, and Mesdames Millward and  Poquette, and the Misses Simpson,  Carey and Millward.  Development of the L. H.  Work is being pushed on the L.  H. claim, on Red Mountain near  Silverton. It is being developed by  a system of tunnels and has already  been tapped at a depth of over 100  feet. The ore is an iron sulphide,  carrying values in gold ranging in  values from $10 to $125 to the ton.  The L. H. is a big proposition and  the character of its ore is such as  can be treated by either concentrating or the 'cyanide process.  Stewart Gets the Contract.  The contract for building the  track necessary to* connect the  G* P. R, Crow's Nest road wifch the  Nelson & Fort Sheppard road was  let yesterday to J. W. Stewart,  and work ivill, be commenced at  once under the direction of Martin  "Welch. The Avork will be let out in  stations. Mr. - Welch expects to  have tho first sod turned by tomorrow morning at the latest.  ���  Special Steamer From Kaslo.  - Kaslo, June 19.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���The Kaslo football club  intends to charter a steamer on  July 2 to take the big excursion to  the sports at Nelson. A strong  football "team will go from heie to  play against the Nelson club. The  boys are practicing vigorously.  The }M est'Lieutenant-Governor.  Ottaava, June 19.���[Special to  The Tribune.)���It is understood  that Sir Henry July will be the  next lieutenant-governor of British  Columbia.   Yukon Representation.  _Otta wa, _ Jn ne_ _19.���[Special _to.  The Tribune.]���In -tho house of  commons today a resolution Avas  moved by sir Charles Tupper, ask-  THE GREAT  NGUSH-AMERICAN  SHOWS  > - "*  Coming on its Qwq Palace Trails  Will be in J-!e!sor�� on  THURSDAY,  JUNE 21st  SPECIAL   EXCUESIOK  BATES.  AVill be mado by all lailroads nnd Rtoamoi*  lines from Slocan City, Silveiton, Now Denver,  Threo Forks, Sandon, Ktnlo.and all intormediato  potato of one faro for round trip. On sale Juno  2liA, {food to return June 2_n&,  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS   &   CO.  HARDWARE  ESTABLISHED 1892  Garden, Mill, Steam and Suction  Hose.  Crucible   Cast   Steel   Wire  Rope  5-16 to 1-in. in stock.  Leather and  Rubber Belting.  Sheet, Square and Round Rubber  Flax and Garlock Packing  Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Rails  Black and Galvanized Sheet Iron  Soft Steel Plates  1-8, 3-16 and 1-4 x 72, 96 and 120  Agents���Trnax Oro Cars, Giant Powder, and Metropolitan Knse, etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NKLSON KASLO  o  SANDON  ing that representation be given in  the Canadian parliament at once to  tho Yukon territory, was defeated  by 40 for to 72 against. Sir Wilfrid Laurier said that as soon as the  census was taken next year, representation would be given to that  district. In the meantime the government had decided to put an act  into operation giving two elected  members" to tho Yukon territorial  council. This would be done before  July 1st.     -���. -       ,,   League Games.  Chicago 5, Milwaukee 3.  Indianapolis 0, Buffalo 2.  Worcester 12, Toronto 13.  (Second   game).    . Worcester   9,  Toronto 1.  Springfield 0, Syracuse a.  * Minneapolis 2, Kansas City 13.  Providence 8, Montreal 3.  (Second   game).     Providence   5,  Montreal 4.  Hartford 3, Rochester 1.  St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 7.  Chicago 1, Pittsburg 0.  Boston 4, Brooklyn 10.  New York 8, Philadelphia 1.  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B. C.  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE Sc CO., LIMITED.-Corner Vernon  and Cedar etrceti, Nolson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealers In rerated waters and  fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone 00.  ASSAYERS*   SUPPLIES.  WF. TEETZEL & CO.-Corner Baker and  ��� Josephine streets, Nolson, wholesale dealers In assayora supplies. Agents for Denver  Firo Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  CO.���Corner Baker and Hall streets, Nel  son, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Koote  nay Belle" brands of cigars.  COMM ISSION~^iE^IL\NT&;  HJ. EVANS & CO.-Baker streot, Nelson  ��� wholosilei dealers in. liquors, cigars,  cement, firo brick and Are clay, water pipe and  steel rails.uand geneial commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.        ~  K00TK.VAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CON-  STUUCTIONCOMPANY-Wiiole-ttlodcal-  ers in telephones, annuncwtois. bolls, batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston block. Nelson.  -        ^LOUR AND~FEEDi  BRACKMAN - KKR" MILLING COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, Giain, Hay. Straight or  mixed cavs shipped to all Kootenay Points.  Grain elevators at all principal pointson Calgarv  iCdmouton li. 11. Mills at Victoria, New Weat-  minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  T"~AV:LOR FEED & PRODUCE CO.-B,'ker  street. Nelson (Geoiso F. Motion's old  stand), Flour, Food, Giain, Hay and Produce.  Car lots a specialty. Corsopondence (.elicited.  Phone 26.  fr��sh^^^Tt~mats^  P    BURNS &   CO.���Baker  street,   Nelson,  ���   wholesale dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storage.       ,  GROCERIES.      ~^  A MACDONALD & CO.-Corner Front and  ��� Hall streets, wholesale grocers and  jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boot*, rubbers,  mackinaws and minora' sundi ios. *_  KOOTENAY SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street, Nelson,  wholesale  grocers.  - ��� ���  "fOHN CHOMJlTCHfe CO.-Front street. Nef-  "    son, whole'sale grocers.  TCT B. STEWART & CO.~Wareho"usesTiicTF.  ���*��� ��� R. irack, foot of Stanley street. Nelson,  wholesale dealers in provisions, produce and  fruits. Cold storage. A gouts Armour & Co.'s  bacon, hams, lard and other products.  T Y. GRIFFIN & "cO.-JFronT street, Nelson,  ����� wholesale dealers in provisions, cured  meats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AWmNIN^SUPPLIEa;  H BYERS & CO.���Comer Baker and Josephine  * streets, Nelson, wholesalo dealers in hardware and mining supplies. Agents for Giant  Powder Co. |  T AWRKNCE HARDWARE COMPANY���  ���*-" Baker St., NelRon, wholesale doalers in  hardware and raiuins* supplies, and water end  plumbers' supplies.   VANCOUVER HARDWARB COMPANY  �� LIMITED���Baker street, Nolson, wholesale  dealers in hardware and mining supplies, plumbers and tinsmiths' supplies. Agnnts Ontario  Works.   LIQUORS AND. DRY GOODS.  rpURNER, BEETON & CO.-Corner Vernon  -*��� and Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale  dealers in liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Brewing; Co. of Milwaukee and Cal-  [jary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  3^INT��^D~0lL~a  NELSON HARDWARE COMPANY-Baker  Street���Wholesale dealers in paints, oils,  and brashes of all kinds. Largest stock in  Kootenay. ^   POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY���Baker  street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sportingv stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers in caps and fuse, ana olectrlc  blasting apparatus.   SASH AND DOORS.  1VTELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS,  ���L" LIMITED-Corner Front and Hall streets,  Kelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  in sash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to ordor.   TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  NELSON TENT AND AWNING FACTORY-  Baker street, Nelson. Manufacturers of all  kinds of tents, awnings, und canvas goods.  P. Q. Box 76.   Theo. Madson, proprietor.   Refrigerators  Prices from $10 to $30  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  . .^__���.__���.�����'_*'!_*.��-���'10.!_*���*_*.I**.*!?. '_^'M\_\'___\___.-Ji_\-___\-___%-__\___\_\_\___\'^  ^���^���*******',��'^',S�� �����"���*���*����� ��"-��t"- ���^���^���i_<i'__i'^._9._9-rZi.^^_9.tm>^i^  UF  to  to  to  to  185 Baker Street. Telephone 10.   to  to  KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.        "$-  ���   to  .        '���'     ��� ���TT"        . to  ���������w- , , n       : ;������'������    '-ffl'  We nave removed our place of business   to  for the next few months to the old Burns   ffl  shop, next to the Nelson Hotel, where we   My  to  ffl  ffl  to  to  to  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  xti  to  iti  to   hope to see all our old customers and many   to  to   new ones.   Give us a call. ffl  to    to  iti  to  to  to  ib   Telephone 10 185 Baker Street   xti  ^���^>*a"*a--a--a>*a-^*>'l*a>-*a,'-a*-s&'-St       tf-tf'tf'Cl'^C'Cg'g'tf'^  ' ���^^���_*-**'-_9-__>7i9._9'_*'**-0*-_* C-��-C-^l-*C'^'*5-,��-*Sr',��'*5t''Si*  HATS? MATS!  We have just received a large consignment of Stetson hats in all the latest shapes and styles, also hats from  some of the best English makers, includings Christy's celebrated hard hats, which we are selling at-prices to suit  everybody. *   The  Nelson  Clothing House  Place YourJ  Orders   for  WE MAKE A SPECIAL   FEATURE  OF  DECORATIVE  SIGN" PAINTING  Dominion Day  Sign Painting  Streamers  Banners  Signs and  Mottoes  When turned out by oup artist are works of art. They will add to the appearance of your display. Poor work will detract from it. We will assist you in  determining" what you want.   Give us plenty ot time by placing orders at once.  FT  Corner Josephine and Victoria Streets.  Nelson, British ColumTbia.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINS COMPANY, LIMI-  THD���Corner Front and Hail streots, Nel-  ��oii, wholosalo doalers tn. wines (cage and bulk)  and domestic and imported cigars,  fishing Season of 1900  We are selling the fishing tackle which entices  ihe fish. We have the  most complete line of flies  and trolling baits.  See our fishing rod complete with line, leader,  reel, and flies for $5.  Boom 3, Turner & Boech Block.  NELSON.  Canada Drag & Book Oo.  NELSON  NOTICE   OF   MEETING.  Tho Nelpon plutnljers, gas and steam fitters  union masts every second and fourth Friday at  the Miners' Union hail at S p.m.  B. WEEKS, Secretary pro torn.  Mines  Real Estate  Insuranee  Loans  Notary Public and Conveyancer.  Rents Collected on Commission.  8200 cash for lot on Carbonate sti eet.  ��!00O (easy teiids) will buy fihe coiner on Baker  street, good hotel site.  SJOOQ t\ill b*iy flno corner on Vornon street, good  Iiotel site.  &12(J0 will buy lot on Baker street nearSherbrook  house.  5-1 K> laaXt eashfr will buy 3 lots in Bogualo'tn.  52o0to$27o ������.���Jioce for choice lots on Carbonate  street.  $30 per month will rent 8 roomed house, iiumc-  diute posaoS-iion.  $830, part audi, will buy houso and lot on Robson  street near Stanley Btreet.  Cottage and nice lot with fruit treea, 5-mile po*Jit  Ranch at Pilot Bay, CO acres under cultivation.)  $1350 will buy cottage and lot on Stanley street.

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