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 DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  "*3-  EIGHTH YEAR  NELSON:  THURSDx\r MORNLTO JUNE 14 J900.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  MAY INTEREST ROWING MEN  club  V  All Sorts of Sports.  The officers  of tlio  rowing  aro inaugurating  nn   active   campaign,  for  new member.*,  ancl   are  meeting with considerable  success,  despite the fact  that the present is  not a particularly favorable juncture to raise  funds.    The  oarsmen  hold .nn unusually good brief, however,  and'the'membership of the  dub will probably be doubled as a  result of their efforts.    If they had  gone   into   the   undertaking    two  months earlier the task would have  bi^en much easier, and  the outcome  far more  satisfactory, though it  is  better late  than  never.     Nelson's  . facilities for boating are,  perhaps,  unequalled in the  province, and no  legitimate  reason  exists   why the  rowing club should not be the pre-  m'er sporting  organization  in  the  city, except that lack of funds has  hampered the  management  up  to  the  present.    It i.s  not  surprising,  however,   that  the   club   has  not  .prospered  as it  should have  done.  The*.- facilities   at   the  club  house  have uot  been such as   to   attract  members except among those  who  enthuse over  the pastime and are  content to go in for the sport under  any conditions.    The present management have  ambitious  views as  to' the program for the future,  and  if they succeed in carrying through  their ideas,  the  rowing  club- will  prosper.    What   is required   as   a  starter is a  neat  club  house,   not  necessarily   of elaborate  architectural   design,  but one  which   will  have     an     abundance     of"   rack  rjom, well appointed shower baths  and a couple of comfortable sitting  rooms with, perhaps, a sniill  gymnasium.     Such an   institution  attracts a large  number  of persons  who would never thiuk of affiliating  with the  club  under present  conditions, and would make tho club a  live social organization, thereby en  miring   its  pio��perifcy.    The   great  difficulty iu tluvway of accomplishing such an undertaking  is  one of  finances, but this can be solved by  forming a joint stock company and  M'Siin^-shares to prospective members.   'It has beon accomplished  in  a  dozen  Canadian  cities   with   no  more enterprise than has marked  tho   growth   of rNelson,   and   thoj  present season, with its regatta and  water carnival is a roost auspicious  moment to float the venture.  The ^ Rossland eleven will be  matched to play here, however,  aud failing this a team match may  be put on. Nelson can turn out a  really good cricket team if the system of choosing players solely on  their merits is adhered to unflinchingly.  The bear killed on Mouday night  by Leu Gobey was probably the  first in this province to fall to a  regulation military rifle charged  Avith a steel clad bullet and cordite  explosive, in view of which the  effect of the shot is of interest to  sportsmen. Bruin was not over 75  yards away-when Gobey fired, and  the bullet struck him behind the  shoulder, passing clean through.  TJie bear ran a short distance and  then stretched but stone dead. The  projectile had passed through the  outer covering of the heart, causing.  paralysis. In entering"'the bullet  made a tiny mark, not large enough  to admit a lead pencil, and had  passed out of a similar hole without  tearing the flesh iu its passage,  which is not remarkable considering that its velocity for the first  500 yards is,at a speed of 2,000 feet'  per second with a penetration in  the same ratio. Scarcely a drop of  blood escaped from the points of  entrance or exit. Alex Grant hit  another of the-bears with a Winchester, but the animal carried the  bullet away, leaving a trail of blood.  The members of the Nejson Rifle  Association are determined that if  they do not make good scores.it  will aiot be for want of practice.  Six riflemen were practicing yesterday afternoon, and their scores are  appended. .11. Bird's score of S5  out of a possible 105 is good shooting for this time of year.  encamped   near  tunnel was not  Both ends were  engineers think  effected in  aw  .->oo  ()00  Yds.  Yds.  Yds. Total  Judge Form  18  17  i:s       is  IT. llactlonell   .  .27  27  12          (Hi  I). McKay      ..    2S  18  17       ta  H. lhrd   ....'-'3  :>i  as       8j  Captain Tliomtwoii ..  ....28  2(i  22           70  Dr. Hall   ....  ...28  :to  Ii)          77  The "lacrosse club has uot succeeded in securing a grant from the  culebration committee for the game  with Greenwood during the Dominion day demonstration, but the  management of the club say they  , will pull oil' the game regardless. A  subscription list will be circulated,  aud it is stated that a substantial  amount is already assured.  Nelson will be well represented in  the Dominion day sports, particularly in the sprinting. Among  those in training for the sprinting  events _ are_George_ Nunn, -Kirby  1 JtouglabS and JoeThompson. George  Nium's ability as a sprinter  i.s well known. His best performance was at .Winnipeg, when he  made the 100 yards in ten seconds  fl it. In this race he strained a ten-  dun and has never been quite fio  good since, < although the injured  tendon lias been slowly improving.  Nunn starts active training tonight  aud if lie enters the competitions  the balance of the runners will  have to travel to win-out. Joe  Thompson is also a well known  .'-printer, his favorite race being the  220 yard dtuJi. At Ka*lo Thompson won out hands down, and will  be faster than ever for the celebration. Kirby Douglass is an old  timer, having held the championship of the Pacific coast. Jle is  more or less of a dark horse here,  but beat several fast men at Silver-  ton on May 24, and is sure of a  share of the purses on JDominion  Day if he keep1* in condition, Tom  Henderson, who is running with the  iirc team, is said to be contemplating a shy at tho 220 yard purse. He  has never run here, but is known  to be a fast man, ancl liis friends  predict that ho will finish well "up  in the bunch. Another new man is  training regularly near the reservoir on the hill and may give some  of the fast men a close run iu the  100 and 220 yard events.  The local cricketers are beginning  to bestir themselves in the direction of arranging a game for June  30, or one of the" demonstration  days. Lack of a suitable crease has  put a damper on cricket in Nel-  bou, and the club has not reorganized for the season up to date.  The association football club now  numbers   fifty-two   members,  and  gives every indication of being a  live organization.   A meeting took  place last night ^at tho Waverley  hotel, 28 members being present.  After several names had been added  to the membership roll the  matter  of holding a tournament  hare .during the Dominion.  Day celebration  was gone into.   A communication  was read from the Silverton  team  expressing    their   willingness    to  come here on July 3rd, while Trail  was reported as doubtful aud Kaslo  not heard from.    In view of the  heavy expense involved in pulling  off the   tournament,  the meeting  concluded to cut the affair down to  asingle game with one or other of  the well known.outside teams.  The  matter of choosing this club and  completing arrangements was leffc  to tho executive.   An application  will   be   made  to the celebration  committee for a grant toward paying the expenses   of  the visiting  team   and   purchasing   a   trophy.  The   meeting    then    directed    its  attention to the immediate necessi-  ties_of the _olub.    A_discussion_re-  garding practice nights resulted in  Monday    and     Thursday    nights  being    selected     for    full    practices,    the     understanding    being  that  tho othor athletic" organizations aro agreeable.    Goal posts are  to be erected at once, and as these  are located at the extreme ends of  the fields the footballists ean kick  iu goal any night in the week without interfering  with other sports.  J). \\\ Dewar was elected coaeher,  his   duties*   being    to   officiate   as  referee during   practices,   arrange  tho players and coach them in team  .play. ._ Other matters of minor importance were gone into and an adjournment   made   to a later date,  when the committees will report.  The baseball sports who havo  predicted disaster'for the Nelson  ball team on their forthcoming trip  to Spokane, will be reassured on  learning that the Blair college team  defeated the Spokane Athletic Association nine, against whom Nelson  will be pitted, by 11 runs to 6 on  Tuesday. Blair was beaten badly  here last summer, and was turned  down hard at Rossland last month.  Nolson has beaten Rossland twice,  and Rossland trimmed Blair twice.  The inference is that Nelson is a  better team than Blair, and if Blair  beats the .Spokane Athletic club  outfit, Nelson should certainly do  likewise.  Sam Neelands is out of the ball  game for a week or two at least.  He was trying to bat a few of  Roekenfield's inshoots, when one of  them landed on his ribs under the  left arm, A large swelling raised  at once, and Neelands is too sore to  practice.  NEWS FROM THE TRANSVAAL  South African Items.  London, June .14.���4 a.m.���The  dispatch from lord Roberts clearing  up the situation at Pretoria and  along the communications stands  alone, military observers noting  that ho mention is made of prisoners, assume that general Dewet got  away with his forces intact.  General Buller entered Volkerst  on Wednesday, passed through  Charleston and  Laing's Nek. The  much damaged  blown up, but the  that the repairs can be  four days.  The advance troops of general  Buller saw the Boer rear guard  four- miles distant yesterday. It  was estimated that 8000 Boers were  withdrawn. The townspeople at  Ermelo counted 15 guns. Three  hundred Free Staters released from  guarding duty have gone to join  president Steyn's force in the eastern part of Orange River Colony.  General Rundle has sent notice to  the Free Staters that unless they/  surrender by.Jiine 15th their farms  and other possessions will be confiscated.  President Kruger, according to a  dispatch from Lorenzo : Marquez,  keeps a locomotive fcwith steam up  attached to; the car in whi^b. he  concentrates the executive office of  the government, and he intends to  leave Machadorp soon and to establish the Transvaal capital at Nel-  spruit, in the mountains, a fine defensive region.  The .state printing press is at  Machadorp, producing leaflets containing Avar news for distributing  among the Boers.  It is again reported at Lorenzo  Marquez that the Boers are advancing through Swasiland  free from auy imputation of ulterior motives. J<  It was stated that the Belgian  secretary of the legation at Pekin,  was probably Philip May, formerly  with the Belgian legation in Washington, aud prominent in social and  official circles.  Lord Roberts, it appears, has  countermanded the order given to  Strathcona's Horse to land -on the  coast and to penetrate to tho  Transvaal through the' Swasi  country.  Mr. Schreiner, the premier, and  his colleagues, resigned last night.  Sir Alfred Milner accepted their  resignation.    ' '  General Buller's casualties on  June 10 have been issued by the  war office. They were 27 killed,  177 wounded, 3 missing. ~  The Portuguese government is  again reported as fearing that the  Boers will enter Delagoa bas' when  forced to retreat from Lydenburg.  The Portuguese have only 1500  troops in East Africa and would be  powerless to prevent an incursion.  UNITED STATES' VIEW OF IT  Chinese Situation.  Washington, June 13.���The  state department has heard nothing" officially "about the reported  killing of the American missionary  and Japanese secretary of legation  at Pekin. In fact, nothing has  been heard from Conger since his  cable last night up to the close of  office hours. Tho news of the killing of an American missionary  caused a shock at the department,  where it is realized that thin adds  greatly to the gravity of the problem awaiting settlement by the  United States.  Definite official information was  received today from the foreign  office of one of the most important  continental powers, stating that  the Tsung Li Yamen iiad notified  the minister of that power at Pekin  that the dowager empress would  not object to the presence of foreign  troops to China territory.  The, empress dowager's acqui-  " escence in the plans of the powers  is felt to remove a threatened complication, and at tbe same time to  give evidence that the empress  dowager is no longer yielding to  the anti-foreign clamor.  In official Russian quarters the  rumor that tho empress dowager  has sought a refuge at the Russian  legation in Pekin is discredited,  and is resented as a bit of inspired  intrigue designed to create the impression that Russian sympathy is  with the anti-foreign element. It  is pointed out that Russia's course  has been marked by the utmost reserve, for while it would have been  possible at any time to land forces  in China, the Russian force actually  landed has been comparatively insignificant, mainly for the reason  that Russia desired to be whollv  CHINESE PREPARE TO FIGHT  Guns Trained on Embassy.  London, June 14.���The Chinese  are entrenching outside of Pekin to  oppose* the advance of the international column.  A dispatch from.Tien Tsin, dated  Tuesday, June 12tl|,'.says: "I learn  that the Chinese have gims trained  on the American mission and the  British legation. , Two thousand  Russian cavalry,, with artillery,  have lauded at Taku."  A dispatch from St. Petersburg  says that the ships of the Russian  Pacific squadron bii the active list,  as well as those at Vladivostock,  have been ordered to proceed with  quick dispatch to ^Chinese waters.  The'foreign office confirms the report of the engagement between  the troops of the international col-  /'unin and the Boxers on Monday.  It says that 30 or 40 were killed.  IN BELEAGUERED COOMASSIE  Short of Ammunition.  London, June 13.���The following  dispatch has been received "at the  colonial office f rom/colbnel. Wilcock  in command of the Ashantee l'elief  expedition:  "PnAHSir, Juno 12.���A letter just  received from the governor of the  Gold   Coast    (sir   F. H. Hodgson)  dated Coomassie, June' Jth, is as  brief as possible. ��� The following is  its substance: On| several occasions unsuccessful attempts have  been made to get off letters. He  informs me he enclosed a copy of  another en May Oth_which I have  not received. Coomassieis garrisoned  by 700 native -troops under-' command of major Harris, acting commissioner and commandant of the  northern territory, who has succeeded iu entering the place from  the north." The "Europeans and  other troops are on short rations.  The supplies of ammunition at Coomassie are not sufficient to allow of  offensive measures and must be  husbanded in ease of reinforcements not arriving. Tho march for  the relief of Coomassie will be met  by^a great number of rebels, who  have constructed stockades and  put obstacles in the way.  "The state of health of the Coomassie force is good, but 3000 persons of the native community are  in a state of destitution. Immediate assistance is required.  "The reinforcements which have  reached Gold Coast, most of which  have crossed the Prah, comprise 100  of the Lagos force, 50 of the Sierra  Leone frontier poliec,-with-Maxim*  and field guns. There are, in addition, the Gold Coast Constabulary  and Gold Coast police. Further reinforcements of 900 meu are being  sent from Sierra Leone and northern Nigeria, and will reach Cape  Coast Castle in a few days.  DOUBLE  BRITISH  VICTORY  In Transvaal .and Free State.  London, June 13���[Special to The  Tribune!.���After a week's silence  lord Roberts has been heard from,  his line of communications having  been practically restored by means  of a complete victory gained by  generals Methuen and Kitchener  over general Dewet at the; Rhenoster river yesterday, June 12th. The  Boer camp was captured and the  burghers were scattered in all  directions.  A lengthy dispatch forwarded to  the war office by major-general  Knox from Kroonstadt, presumably  sent there by messenger, reads as  follows:  "Kroonstadt, June" 12.���We have  been requested to forward you  from lord Roberts the following  dispatch from the Pretoria presidency at 8:08 a.m. today:  "Pretoria, June 12.���Pretoria and  Johannesburg are perfectly quiet  and several of the inhabitants have  expressed gratitude for the peace  and order which prevails.  "After surrendering the city Botha  retired to a place about 15 miles  east of the Middleburg road. He  had a small force at first, but. dur-:  ing the last few days his numbers  have increased and his being so  near the town kept, up the excitement in the country, prevented the  burghers from laying down their  arms and interfered with the collection of supplies. It therefore  became necessary to attack him.  This I did yesterday..  " ' He held a very strong position,  practically unassailable in front,  which enabled him to place the  main portion of his troops on his  flanks, which he knew from former  experience were his vulnerable  parts. I sent French with Porter's  and* Dixon's cavalry brigades and  Hutton's mounted infantry round  by our left, aud I an,Hamilton with  Broadwood's and Gordon's cavalry  brigades, ^ Ridley's mounted riiies  and ' Bruce 'Hamilton's infantry  brigade,right "round by our right.  Both columns met with great opposition.  " 'At about three in the afternoon  [ saw two of Hamilton's infantry  battalions advancing to what appeared to be the key of the enemy's  defence on their left flank.. This  was almost gained before dark, and  I ordered the 'force to bivouac on  the ground they had won.' "  afforded by the police department  and. the sheriffs  posse comitatus.  It   Avas   stated by the company's  officials that cars were running on  every line in the city, going above  the regular schedule in some cases,  and on all meeting the demands of  traffic.     More   men are now   employed by the company than there  is work for them  to do, according  to general manager Baumhoff, and  not   only is the force being constantly increased by men coming in  from other cities, but from the ranks  of the strikers themselves, he stated.  Tonight cars   are  running on all  lines on about the same schedule as  last night.   Lines to the north and  south are  still  guarded by police,  but in the central and western portions there was no trouble, and the  police have been in a great measure  withdrawn  from the cars. :   This  permits the strengthening of the  forces along the southwestern and  southern divisions.    The Southern  electric line is in operation tonight  for the first time since the strike  was inaugurated.   This line is regarded in police circles as the most  difficult of all the lines* to run safely  after dark.   Every precaution was  taken to prevent interference and  violence.   This line traverses   the  district   where,   two    weeks   ago,  seven   persons   were wounded  by  bill lets in one day.  Mrs. Gladstone Dying.  London. June M.���Tt was announced lasfc evening Mrs.'William  E. Gladstone was not expected to  live through the night.  M'INNES' FATE UNDECIDED  Bennam Poisoning Case.  Canandaiolw. X. Y., June 13.���  Expert witnesses at the Bonham  murder trial today. Dr. .John Miller  and professor Herbert Hill of  Buffalo, agreed there was unknown  instance where there was light  colored blood iti the viscera half an  hour after death from acid, but  neither agreed in full with authorities whose statements havc been  read during the trial. None of the  experts sworn have fully agreed  with the authorities read on technical chemistry. The most important testimony of the morning was  given by A. Hamilton, a chemist of  Auburn, to whom the syringes, found  in Ben ham's house had been  taken for examination. He described his analysis and liis examinations and said he found on the  syringe evidence of the disease  which it is claimed Benham's wife  contracted from him, for which it  is alleged she used prussic acid as a  douchere. He said that the rubber  of the syringe, which had been vulcanized, contained oxide of zinc  which would absorb and retain acid  if ifc should touch it. and that lie  made tests in the presence of witnesses and found acid indications.  This testimony substantiates the  theories of the defence and attorney  Rice for tbe prosecution endeavored to shake ifc on cross-examination, but without effect.  Awaiting Official News.  Ottawa, June 13.���[Special to  _The Tribune.]���In the-house-fcoday-  eolonel Prior asked if' the government had sent instructions to tho  lieutenant governor of British  Columbia.  Laurier���"I may inform my honorable friend that I have not sent  any instructions to the lieutenant  governor of British Columbia. The  lieutenant governor has appealed to  tho people of fche province and the  answer is in their hands."  Clarke reminded the premier of  what he had previously said in the  house, and therefore wanted to  know if.thc governor was to be recalled, or what was to be done in  tho matter considering the decision  jr>f the majority that was against  him.  Laurier. - "The question, i.s not  one to be treated wifch levity. The  elections only took place on Saturday. The exact result is not yet  known. The government will not  take any action on newspaper reports. We must have something  official before us,"  Monk gave notice today of a motion for selecting a committee to  enquire into the quality of the  emergency food supplied by the  militia department to the Canadians in South Africa by Dr. Dou-  lin of Montreal, the charge being  that ifc was of bad quality.  Bombardier S. W. Bradley, 5th  Ii. C, British Columbia, succeeds  Swain on the Canadian Risley team.  St Louis Strike.  St. Lons, June 13.���There were  no important developments in the  street car strike situation today.  The Transit; company claims to  have the situation practically under  control by reason of the protection  America to Remain Neutral.  Washington, June 13.���The cabinet meeting today was attended by  secretaries Hay, Hitchcock, Long  and Gage, and postmaster-general  Smith. It was devoted largely to  the discussion of the Chinese situation. Secretary Hay laid before  the cabinet dispatches from minister Conger, wliich indicate that; the  situation is very critical. The steps  that have been taken to reinforce  admiral Kempff were gone over.  It was decided to stand by tho  policy which has been entered upon  of pushing measures for the protection of lives and property of  American citizens and acting inde  pendently as far as possible. Ifc  may be that in the accomplishment  of this result the" forces of the powers will have   to   ar-*- in_ imisoi! ,)fov  the protection of "all luiei^u residents in the disturbed districts, bufc  that is the extent of A meriean activity. The Chinese government will be  looked to under the general law.s of  the comity of nations to restore  order and to make 'snch reparation  as is proper. From any political  schemes in whicli many of the  powers may become involved, the  United States is to hold aloof. This  is the general,policy heretofore outlined and it will be adhered to. The  navy department has cabled to rear  admiral Kempff afc Taku to inform  him thafc marine reinforcements  have been ordered to him from  Manila.  Dixon rights a Draw.  Tattehsali/s, CurcAOo, June 13.  ���George Dixon and Benny Yanger,  the "Tipton Slasher." fought a fast  six-round draw at TafctersalTs tonight. Yanger-siurpris~eii���even his  most; ardent admirers by his excellent showing, as up to six mouths  ago ho was a comparative novice in  fche ring. He was rather  nervous during the first round and  Dixon had a shade the best of  it. After that, however, Yanger  gained confidence, and in fche second round made an even break of  ifc. Yanger had the besfc of fche  third round and lauded same  ing blows on Dixon's body,  lasfc three rounds were even,  ono   gaining   the   advantage  then the other,  clared a draw.  tell-  The  first  and  The fight was de-  Lunatic Confesses Murder.  Vancouver, June 3.- Samuel  Martin, a French-Canadian from  Montreal, is in fche iusane ward of  the city prison pending an investigation of his story that he murdered a man named McIIugh on the  Victoria bridge, in Montreal, afterwards throwing fche body into the  river. The confession has been  wired to the Montreal police, under  the possible belief that the crime  may have been committed, and  that Martin's mind may have become unhinged through remorse.  German  Press Opinion.  Bhhmn, June 13.���-The South  African war receives but little attention just now. The Zeifcung  says : "There is a good chance that  tho Boers will maintain themselves  in the Lydenburg and Zoutpans  district where they will establish a  new stronghold, leaving the Rand  to the English. Guerrilla warfare  may be kept up without diminution for a considerable time to  come/'  ELEVEN NEW WAR VESSELS  America's New Navy.  New York, June 13.���A special  to the Tribune from Washington  says:        "  The navy is to   build   warships  aggregating   over   $100,000,000   in  cost as soon as the builders are prepared to undertake this great program, which  calls for  11  armored  ships, practically doubling the present American sea   power   iu this  class,   and   for   three   highly   improved Olynipia 'type of cruisers.  The five battleships for whose hulls,  and machinery' congress has appropriated $18,000,000 are ready for.  the builders to bid upon tomorrow.  Plans for the six   great  armored  cruisers, more. powerful than airship afc   present-in   service, .and to  cost for hulls and machinery alone  over $25,000,000, are well advanced,  and   should    be  finally  approved"  next month.    The  general features  of the enlarged Olynipia type were  determined  last  fall   before   congress  appropriated   $2,800,000 for  the hull and machinery for each of  them, and there is no reason why  their keels should nofc be laid  this  summer.  The navy department is also preparing the specifications and advertisements for 35,000 tons of the  highest quality of Kruppi/.ed  armors, which is expected: to cost  between $17,000,000 and $19,000,-  000. The' complete construction  program authorizes contracts for  hulls and machinery alone amounting to $51,900,000, which includes  five battleships at $3,(500,000 each,  six cruisers at $4,200,000 each, and  three improved Olympias at $2,500,-  000 each.  The   battleships   known   as the  Pennsylvania class are to be nearly  16,000   tons displacement, or over "  5,000 tons heavier than the Oregon,  more than 100 feet longer and with  at least three knots higher speed.  The six eruiseis of the California  class, of 11,000 tons, 23 knots speed  and 18 knots steaming radius,  will  .!,'j 'unmatched in the world..' They  will be h,Ul)U'-om larger  than  the'  Brooklyn    and    at " 'least;     three  times     as     powerful '   for  = lighting     uses.      All     these     vcsbels  will   ' be      armor     coated      from  the extreme bow to stern, and will  be the most  formidable  ships  yet  laid down in any dock yards.     The  three protected  cruisers of aboufc  10,000  tons   displacement   will   be  just about twice the Olympia's si/.e,  but   will   preserve - the   excellent  .characteristic;} of that vessel which '  have proved her to be about the  most xiseful type of cruiser now in t  iho service.   These three new vessels, which   are   to be  named   for  cities, will havo a coal  capacity for.  steaming three times across the Atlantic, and their maintained  speed  will be 23 knots.        -  Tiie secretary of fche navy .has  _alsq been directed by the last naval __  appropriation act to contract for  five Holland submarine boats to  cost $175,000 each and to be' built  within a year.  The Opposition Convention,  Kaslo, Juno 13.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���Robert Green has not  yet decided whether or nofc he will  attend fche opposition convention  called to meet in Vancouver on  Mouday. He received an invitation  from W. Cu!!en, secretary of the  Victoria opposition committee, but  he had already made arrangements  to leave here next Monday for Vancouver where he will attend the  .Masonic grand lodge as delegate  from Kaslo with cifcy clerk Chip-  niau. However, it is possible that  both gentlemen may get away, cm  Safcu rday. *  Martin's Lambs Kick.  Vancqi'vrii, June 13.--[Special  to The Tribune.]���The Liberal Association passed a resolution tonight strongly ' condemning the  suggested action of replacing governor Mel unes, and mentioned a  special objection fco Bostock.  Mclnnes Expected to Resign.  Victoria, June 13���[Special to  The Tribune].���Tho political situation is unchanged. Premier Martin is back from Vancouver, but lie  will nofc talk. The opinion is gaining ground fchat Melnne,*, will resign before the end of this week.  Gunboats For Gold Coast.  London', June IL���Five river  gunboats have been ordered to go  to the West African coast to assist  the operations of fche Ashanti relief expedition.  ������������������^__^______^_^^______  ^KB^^i^^ THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON 13. C THURSDAY, .TUNE U  1900  There is no store where good  advantage  clothing  can  than here  be  bought to  better  For Men, Boys, and Children  A most beautiful collection in plain ancl 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.  __%^X  w  &&m  ^"���C_<-__1 >(_?>��� (_.���(_?.  x^^^.  ?���*=>��� ��=>�����=  ^���m  *=���&  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement  Fire Brick Fire Clay  and Sewei>  USED JN KOOTENAi  m  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  %  Just received carload Dominion A!e and  (PINTS AM) OLWItT?)  Dominion White Label Ale (pints and quarts)  the finest Ale brewed in Canada.  Porter  This is  .Dominion Bulk Ale (15 gallon kegs)  Teacher's. Scotch Whiskey is still the best.  H. J. EVANS & CO.  ffl  ffl  ffl.  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  |iS^   7* r^*��_3'��_3 *(___?�����__:?  c_l'c_l-_-i-c-i-_-i  *^&&J&&&  e__'S>'C=>.e=>'C^'  ffl  4  ffl  ���ffl  ��� 55. OS rSa 'Sj: >Ha -Si .Si .35. *=i. <=v .Si.'  V  ffl  u  ffl  '7  -  w  \  ffl  ffl  si  ffl  'A  m  3  ffl  w  ?!  w  ffl  (  ffl  fei  ffl  ffl  t  -HsSr  i  ffl'  i  ffl<  5 j.  il  .ffl  two years before they had entrusted with the control of their affairs.  The province is  therefore in   much  the same position as it was before  lieutenant-governor     Mclnues   .set  the people  by the  ears  in  calling  upon  Joseph Alartin.    The  people  of    the   province    have    declared  against   party    lino    government;  they have  returned  a  number of  nien of ordinary intelligence to represent   them    in   the    legislature.  They are men who should be  able  to read   through   the  light  of  the  election returns what  the desire of  the province is  upon   the1' main issues  de.'Ut  with  during   the  campaign.      Granted  ordinary  intelligence and ordinary  honesty  they  -hould be able to give the great majority of the people  an administration of affairs  such as  will  bo acceptable   for  another four   years.  Most people have  had  their fill  of  polities during the past few -weeks,  and arc content to  allow their representatives to take the pastime off  their hands.  .���__20*''  ./___* . 0& ./___* , _0 .00 . (_0  \__,'\a_,'^S^  0*  __^ ���____*'___* -2S_'___S "___**' "�����>  fi0- 0* ��� ^' f-9* ' ^' 4_0  225>*^2i"^5' *J223** ^^ ��� ^"^  '^L_t.  00 -00' 00 ��� f-0- ^5- ��� fs* '^S,  il)  il)  il)  ili  Yourself and Friends are Invited by  The Home Art Society of  Decorative Needle Work  of New York, to view an Exhibition of Silk Art Needle Work and  to arrange for a series of lessons, from May 28th to June 13th.  Hours from 10 to 12, and 2 to 4; in Hume Hotel parlors.  il)  il)  il)  *\  w/  il)  il)  il)  Tin. Spokesman-Review ^ots at  rest a rather vexed question as to  whether a British subject may legally hold by purchase or otherwise real estate, other than'mining  claims, iu the state of Washington.  The answer of the Review to this  question is that real estate in that  state cannot be held by a British  subject unless secured by inheritance, under, mortgage, or in good  faith in the ordinary course of justice in the collection of debt.  il)  il)  il)  Art Lectures, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  Lessons and Lectures Free of Charge.  Mrs. Kenly, Artist and Teacher.  il)  IN CO B PO R AT E D 1670.  ffl  ffl-  ffl  ffl  ffl  ���^.H^0.'  B  mm'  S'-#p^S  ��1  We carry full lines from infants' to  men's, built by the best makers on the  continent, and will guarantee price and  quality to be satisfactory.  'Mi  m  ���m  B  B  B  B  $k  '__>���_-*���  ^���e^-__3-_3.__3'23  SB  t^-&L'<g'__3.-t_iL-G:>'ez>'!=>'C=>-e_Z-&L  __y Ci- <__*��� ___��� r~_- czv ��S�� ir-_- z^_- F-^r U_>  C=i." 9<_ (SC: &_- S ��� ��S ��� P? - !=>. C=>. ��? ��� i-tr. .-=  lie ��ribmte.  The Nelson  Economist was  not  always the champion of the eight-  hour   law.     }Vhen   the   law   i\as  placed upon the statute books it,  questioned,   whether   the men in  whose interest it had been enacted  deserved ifc. On .Saturday, however,  the   voice  of   the   electorate   was  heard, and the Economist makes no  efFort to cloud the verdict.    Jt ice- I  ognizes that it was a  complete endorsation of tin law, aud ifc warns  the j)oliticiaus of the  coast against  the dangers   which would   follow  any tampering with it.   Thafc the  politicians at the coast will heed  fche warning is probable. They are  not strong enough to antagonize  the Kootenays as a whole, and for  this reason if for no other they will  dotjbtless let wr-lt enough alone.  Those newspapers which are conducted in fche interests of cliques  and factious prefer to see confusion  woivee confounded in the completed  returns   from Saturday's   contest.  There is no reasou for advancing  any such contention.    The electors  have declared against a government  which was foisted  upon  them   in  J opposition .to their wishes, and  to  j the wishes of the legislature, which  The Marines Will Go.  Washington-, June 10.���The navy  department already had taken steps  to  send  marines  to Manila before  the appeal of admiral Remoy came.  The formal announcement took the  shape of the following:    " Measures  are being .taken  afc  the  navy   department  to send   a   battalion  of  marines to the Philippines.    These  men are wanted for service  at certain   naval   stations there  and to  icplace aboufc SO marines who have  been   sent   to   China."    A  marine  battalion     is     aboufc     2:10     men.  The   men   could   be   gathered  up  acshoit notice from  the  marines  afc th.e ->".ivid Academy; niv.l ..u new  iTmk. "Legue Island.    So ifc is   expected they will be  on their  way  by August 1 at the latent.   Jt is figured'that there aro ^000 nuniues in  the Philippines, a large part ol* fche  force not afloat  being stationed  at  Cavito naval  station.    Tli is  iri  the  largest reservation  under the  control'of the navy department,   with  a water front of PI   mile'-, and   the  withdrawal   of   the     soldiers   has  made ��it necessary to   maintain   a  largo force of marines to  garrison  the reservation and keep down insurgent-,    who    are  numcious   in  Uavite province.  Passed Under JMaval Control.  WAbUiNGTO.v, June 18. - The  navy department has received tho  following cable from admiral Re-  mey afc Civifce yesterday: "The  army turned over Cavito peninsula  and Basil it-laiid to naval contiol  and defense. The anny al^o wants  to giArc np control of Ootonga, but  we cannot -control-Ihe-latter-whilc  short of marines. Can the department send a battalion of marines  lo tho Philippines? f think ifc important fchafc tho former .Spanish  naval station bo under navy control. Additional forces are needed  if the navy is to secure the naval  station at the present time.  Vorkfcown has been placed  Kcmff's dispo?al. TheOasfcine is at  Shanghai and iipr repnirn will be  completed on .June liOfch. v Tho Austria i.s afc ('anion with orders to  proceed to Swatow."  The teacher will inform each lady joining the class where the silks and  linens can be obtained. Belding's Art Silks and Linens used exclusively in  these classes.  il)  il)  il)  \li  il)  il)  il)  il)  il)  With the Compliments of Fred Irvine c�� Co.  '^P___i__ -__^- ^  ____'<��*���'-__-'_-_'' -OT''___'' ���_-?-0_*' -^ -0_*' ������_*  ployed at like labor by contractor's.  They are classed as rock men, work  eight hours a day and are paid $3  and $.'$ 25 a day. The city pays all  its workmen the same rate of wages  as is paid by contractors in the cifcy  and works them the saine number  ot hours.  Japan and China.  London,-June VI.���The murder  of the chancellor of the Japanese  legation at Pekin is regarded as  likely to lead to serious complications, but no decision has been  reached by Japan as to what political measures will be necessary to  meet the situation. Relative to  the reports that the Japanese minister at Pekin is pressing for the recognition of a Japanese spbeic of  influence to include llie provinces  ol Choking. 1<\) Kion and Kiang Hi,  it i�� pointed oufc thafc Japan has obtained a promise that fche province  of Fo Kien should uot be alieuated,  while Kiang. situated at the mouth  of the Yang Tse Kiang river, ib in  the British sphere of, influence.  Japan is not likely to take a slop  which might be distasteful fco  Great Britain.  the title in 1S89. He was one of  the most popular members of the  nobility, and commanded the 12th  Lancers. He was married in 18S0  to lady Mabel Francis Core, eldest  daughter of the fifth earl of Arran.  Tlieir eldest son, lord Ogilvie, born  in lS!).'i, succeeds to the title. The  deceased leaves two other sons and  five daughters.  The  at  ' Locations and Assessments  Tlio most recent entiiusafc the  mining recorder's office are as follows: Locations ��� Jeul-io li., on  Morning Mountain by \V. A. Bur-  fee; Clarendon fractional on Mineral  Mountain, near Ejie, by O. C Ladd:  Clipper, north side Wild Horse  creek by John Ryan: Mountain  (irove, by Nancy A. dimming, near  Porta Reco; Lucky Boy, near Porto  Hico, by W. M. Cummings; North-  port, on south FoiJc Barrett creek,  by C C. Knutson; Standard, on  south fork Barrett creek, by Swan  Marin: Amanda fractional, on Jubilee Mountain, by >'. Deharnais;  O. K. fractional on Jubilee Mountain, by F. BtMiUchamjj; Florida  fractional, on Wild Horse creek, by  Owen Bager. Assessments���To M.  li. Diiscolk on Craigellachie; to  Robert Corlett on British Queen.  United States Gunboats in China.-  Washinuton, June 13.���-Tfc appears that the movement of the  Yoiklown from Shanghai to Chefob  was not directed from Washington.  Jfc is assumed that the order was  issued by admiral Kempff, the  senior officer of fche United States  squadron in China, afc Chefoo.  The-Irorktowu would be within a  day's sail from Taku. She would  arrive at Choioo on Fiiday of this  week. Meanwhile the Castino remains at Shanghai. Her condition  is nofc known afc fche navy ���department, bufc ifc is understood thafc ad~  niiral-Kcmpff is in touch���with her  commander by the coast cable and  if the situation afc Ching Kiang  should become more serious he will  order the ship up the Vang Tse  Kiang to thafc point.  Lord Airhe Killed.  - London. June 13. --A despatch  from lord Roberts today to the war  office says: '-()ur losses yesterday  were not serious, bufc I deplore the  death of that gallant soldier the  earl of Airlie.*' The earl of Airlie  was the eighth earl of his line. The  title was created in 1(580. The earl  was born in   18.38 and  succeeded to  Mysterious Wreckage.  Victoria. June 13.���According to  news received from the west coast  today,.wreckage has been found by  indians of Clayoquot, which would  seem to indicate that some -'lumber  vessel has come to grief on the  coast in one of the gales in the  eaily part of this month. Nothing  has been found to identify the  wreckage as belonging" fco any particular craft-, but there" i.s evidence  of-the facfc that il has been in the  water a long time.  League Games.  Syracuse 0, Montreal ! 1.  Toronto 5, Rochester. J.  Boston 1. Pittsburg G.  New York .3, Chicago 0.  Worcester 5, Hartfoi d 1.  Springfield 3, 1'iovidence -3.  Cincinnati I, Brooklyn 11.  Sfc. Louis 7, Philadelphia 11.  ills, Limite  Palace N|eat IVJarf^et  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured  Meats.  A feature will bo mado of Uio poultiy and  game trade.- They ���will always be on hand during their season.  J. L.  PORTER, Ppojp.  169 Jobephino St., between Baker and Vernon.  Tolcpliono 15!).  .A-   JED2SrSTS^Aj5I  ���__���.��� i  Contracting Painters, Decorators. Papprhangors.  Full line of wall paper, Mouldings, o\a,   KixIko-  nuning and Tinting.   Strictly flrtst cliws  work.  KsiiinaLcfi ftiiijihhod;   Residence Mill Street,  Opposite School Houmj  Are prepared to furnish by rail, barge or teams  Dimension Lumber, Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Loeal 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 Ijall aqd Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Grossing G. P. R. Track  Mills Hall Street Wharf  Head Office at  NELSON, B. C.  oiesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  nelson, b. c.  Fishing Season of 1900  We are selling the fishing tackle which entices  the fish. Y/e have the  most complete line of flies  and trolling baits.  See our fishing rod complete with line, leader,  reel, and flies for $5.  Canada Drag k Book Co,  KKLSCW  City Labor.  TJie men afc work quarrying rock  for fetreet inacatltini work the same  number of hours and urn paid the  kame   tale of xvnges as nu'ti em-  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria and Kootenay Streot?.  P. O. Box 6*9. T___if.VH.ONSi NO. fl5  W* Starmer S.^ith & Go.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Ofllon Ward 8m*f'!i     ,    OdvokHio Opora Honfto  StJOSEPffS SCHOOL  NfiLSO.V, B. O,  A boarding arid dny school conducted by tho  Sislorsof St,. Joseph of 1'cd.co. Ti, is sltuatod at  tho corner of Mill .md Josephine fiti ccts in one of  tho best residential portions of Nelson, aird is  easily acecssiblo from all pai ts of the city.  Tlio course of study includes the fundamental  ai>d higher branches of UmhourIi Englis.li educa-  tion: Biiiinci1! cojrse���bookkeeping, stanog.  raphy and typewriting. Science courfaa���music;  vocal and msti umonuil, drawinjj, etc. Plain ait  and needlework, etc.  For terms and particulars apply to the Sister  Superior,  Markets at   Nelson,   Rossland,   Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,   Sandon,   Silverton, New   -Donver, Re\^]stoke,_3fergusou>_Grand_l(,orks, Greenwood,_Oascade_Cit.y, Mid-_  way, aud Vancouver.  ��� < - Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  Y1  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  Ala. KINDS OP  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND UETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson ��� ���  ��   ��   TRAVES,   Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL T4ECKIVE CARKSTU, ANf�� PHOMPf ATTENTION. '  r  BLACKSIVIITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing prrmptly attended to by a  firm-owns whoolwriffht.  Special attention gnan to all kinds of rop&lr-  lrg- and cijHtom work from outside points.  Shop:   Hall St., between Raker and Vernon  ootenay Steam laandry  _ s  FliOritlRTORS  The only steam  laundry in Nelson employing union labor  as*  e ousirsess  A. LARSON, Manag-ep  ?  E P. Whaliey, d. P.  NOTARY PUBLIC  Hard Coal  Anthracite  GREAT REDUCTION  $S.65]g���r"8Ne8b   $6.15  DELIVERED  TKLEPHONK  S3  G. W. West & Oo.  Office with C. XV. West & Co., corner Hall and  Haker*trcclH.  City ofllce of ihc Nelson Sodawiter Factory.  MERCHANT  TAILOR  Kemoved to Baker Stroet, opposite the Queen's  .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  gel 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. Skinne  NcelnoiK Building, Baker Street,  KURD J. SQUIRE, Manager.  J* THE TETBTOTE: NELSON" B.C., THURSDAY;.'JUNE U, 1900  o  ��� o  S.  if  if  it  INK QF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up:.$12,000,000  REST     7.000,000  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  lion. George A. Drumuiond Vice-Prosidout  '"' S. Cloustou General Manager  NKLSON' BRANCH  Corner Bakor und Kootenay Streets.  1/  i  ))  Brandies in London (England) Nkw Yohk,  Chicago; and all the principal cities in Canada.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  lluy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  (���rant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of the world.  1 (rafts Issued, Collections Mado. Etc.  ii  it  ii  )i  it  if vi  )i  )i  9  I   J  r  Saving's Bank Branch  CVKKKXT HATK OV IN'TKRKST I'AIll.  COTTON   KING'S   FAILURE,  fliiftooii millions of dollars is al-  mosb it record-breaking figure in the  list of Now York failures, bub ib is  t'ho amount seb down to represent  the liabilities of Price, McCormick  <te Co., the brokers who were forced  to make an assignment yesterday  jsml close their doors. Jt wtis not a  stock exchange failure, though the  lirm was largely interested in stocks,  j 1 iiit a cotton exchange suspension  that affected, most materially the  market of that product of the south  and tho dealers from Boston fco Galveston. Ic was bhe result of bold  bub nob well considered operations  in cotton extending over several  months, and simply adds another,  i.'istauce to the discouraging record  of-attempts ..to-"cornei1" a staple  that has ended in disaster.  Vet Theodore TI. Price, the head  of  the firm, has  been  a prominent  ligure   iu   the   cobton  market   for  years, and probably knows more of  the  trade and  its'conditions "than  any other man.  ' His: lather was a  member    of   the   house   of   Price,  Marsh & Co., in its time one of the  largest iu the city.   "The young man  began his career ab an early tige,  starting in Norfolk,  Va., bub came  back bo New York  a dozen years  ago, and since that time has done  more  to  revolutionize the   export  trade   than  any of his  associates:  He was .the first to use a private  telegraph wire' for his own business,  and that.feature under his manage-,  ment has been developed to such an  extent thab today the private wires  of the firm extend to every important  cotton-trading  point   in   the  country.    J le organized t>he lirm of  Prico,    McCormick     &���  Co.      live  > ears    ago.      His     partners     are  \\.      G.    McCormick,     ilaiph    C.  M. _ Stuart-WorUcy,    ami    (Joorge  C'tocJ.er,      Mr.    McCormick    is    a  nephowof Cyrus MoCoimiek.i'o'.inrt-  v.\ of bhe great Chicago reaper miiun-  facburifig    concern.      Mr.    .Sbuart-  \Voitloy is a  rion-in-Iaw of rear-admiral Schley, aud is now in Europe.  Mr. Crocker coiiips from San hYan-  ci^ca.    He has half a million invested in the house.  The magnitude of the bufcine^s  transacted by Price. McCormick &  Co. may he ab least partially understood i'ronl the fact* that at their  down-town offices. Xo. 70 Broad-  v.vy, they employed one Iiunthed  and six bookkeepers, clerks, steno-  graphoiv. and telegraph operators.  Thousands, of telegrams were sent  out daily, and it has been no unusual thing for the wages of messenger boys, called to-iiie messages  at outside telegraph offices, to  amount to seventy-five dollars  weekly, ab a rate of two cents for  _<"ich telcgijuiijilctl. This iu addition to the expense of the private  wire& iu tho office, which was not  le-s. than twelve hundred and fifty  dollars a day. Branch offices wore  established in a score of cities, and  iho agents of the firm covered  nvory part uf the cotton-producing  country.  The ^notice' of tho suspension of  payment was given out soon after  noon, and it was a surprise to nearly  till member^ of the ��tock exchange,  though rumors tha'ta big house whs  in trouble had been afloat since  Monthly. The assignee is XV. .1.  Curtis, of bhe law lirm of Sullivan  4V Cromwell. William Nelsou  (Yonruell of this firing who will  havo charge of the affairs of the  suspended house, has au enviable  record in assignment cases. _. He  was the assignee of Ilowe.ll,' Decker  A; Co , the brokers carried down in  tho Vdlarcl failure ten years .ago,  and in two months settled np the  a 1 fairs, paying creditors in full bo  llio amount of bwel\e millions of  dollars, and enabling the firm to re-  Hiime business. .No failure in Xew  York .since thab time lias had so  Urge a list of liabilities until the  piesent dUaster occmred.  The cotton market has not been  Mich a bed of quicksands for speculators as the wheat market, yet tho  ti'dcle has seen some great i oversea,  nnd the notable ones have crushed  operators whose experience and  daring put them in the front rank.  A little more than ten years ago,  Solomon Hanger, a Li verpool broker,  utienipted to "corner" the pioduot,  and loot a fortune in the collapse  that marked the ruin of liis plans.  Jn  New   Orleans,  five   years  ago.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  Peter Labouisse, who had become  one of.the most prominent members  of the cotton' exchange, went down  in a panic and was swept into  obscurity. A year later, .John II.  iuman, who had been on tho right  side during l/ibouisse's effort -to  hold up prices'and profitted largely  by the fall, started a "corner" on  his own account, and failed as so  many had done before him. The  i'millions he had amassed during a  long and successful career .in the  trade melted away like snow, and  ho was forced to retire, a bankrupt.  His death followed speedily.  A single reverse, however, seldom  conquers the spirit of one who has  known what it is to ride the stormiest waves of success, aiid there is  little doubt that Theodore Price  will climb back to his old place in a  few years. The assignee intimates  that there will be no great loss to  creditors, and ib is reported that  even Mr. Crocker's special invest-  meut will nob be sacrificed. Ibis  certain that the failure did not  make even a ripple in Wall Street,  and the disposition of those who  hold the embarrassed firm's notes  and bouds seems to be that of consideration, with no desire to crowd  matters to an extremity.  The day of the disaster-was to  have seen the head of the firm take  a good-by look at single-blessedness.  Mr. Price had-invited his bachelor,  friends to a farewell dinner,, se.b for  lasb evening, but .the entertainment  .was,���-.r of course, deferred. His  marriage to Miss Harriet Eugenia  Dyer was set for Monday of next  week, and the probilifcy of its postponement brought many expressions of regret aud sympathy from  friends of the couple. ?  Imperial Bank of Ganada  HEAD   OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,391,863  $1,554,710  D. II. Wilkie, General Malinger.  E. Hay, Inspector.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Bakor Street  J. JI. LAY, JlaiuxKer.  of vegetation ho has selected for in-'  dividual study. -His-long course of  study in this line has given him tho  faculty of following a single vine  through tangled underbrush, and  ignoring all the rest of the growth.  The tortuous course of this one  vine, when brought out by his  brush, appears, to the Avestern art  critic, as crude and without merit,  whereas, in reality, it is full of interest. The greatest merit of their  work lies in the abiliby to touch  the characteristics of natural objects.        ^   RELIEVER  OF  MAFEKING.  PROHIBITION   IN   MANITOBA.  The following outline of the pro-,  hibibion measure to be introduced  iu the legislature by premier Macdonald. is published by a Winnipeg paper: TJie act, which will  come into force June i, 1901, makes  provision fos- the entire closing of  all places whoi e liquor is sold, both  in bulk or by the glass, with the  exception of drug stores, which are  permitted to sell under very stringent regulations, chiefly under orders of a physician, and for illness  only.' Any person caught infringing the act will be subject to a fine  of nob less than $200 and  not more than $1000 for  the first offence,- and imprisonment of not le.is than threo  mouths "v\ibh hard labor without  the option of a line for the second  breach. TJie wholesalers and manufacturers will not be materially  affected, as they are protected by  tho Dominion laws of trade and  commerce, but so far as this province is'concerned they will not derive one cent of revenue, except  from liquor allowed to drug stores.  Under the act they are prohibited  from making sales of any kind iu  the province except* in the instances  stated, bub will still have the power  to  import  or to  manufacture  for  _f vndo outs-ide_the .province They  will be prohibited from giving free  drinks or dispensing liquor by bhe  bobble or flask to tlieir friends.  Auother feature of the act will be  that no man can import liquor by  the bobble, flask, cask, or auy other  way for Jlis own private use. .It  was still the hope of many that  that they would be able to bring ia  their daily "stint".from 'Toronto or  elsewhere, bub even this consolation  is denied them. Por the enforcement ot those regulations provision  ia made by way of giving the in-'  spcetor i'nl!.powers of .search, etc.,  and ample rewards for convictions.  The promoters of the measure claim  that the intention is to show that a  full prohibitory law can be enforced  despite the arguments of their  opponents to the contrary.  Japanese Designs.  The system by which the'Japanese are taught the art of designing  is largely responsible for the peculiar character of their work. The  Japanese student who is taught  di awing is given a small book, in  which the designs are printed in  small squares, until he has grasped  the salient feature of each. He is  then sent out into the open country, and told to observe the works  of nature spread out before him in  all their luxuriance. Finding some  suitable object for his attention, he  proceeds to reproduce the same, introducing, perhaps, some imaginative detailb. It is here that the  system of squares comes in. Those  elegant stems and feathery petals,  which are apparently thrown together without restraint, are really  The reliever of Mafeking, says  tiie Loudon Daily Mail, is now officially announced to have been brevet-colonel Bryan Thomas Mahon,  D. S. b., of the Eighth Hussars���a  Kitchener man and au Irishman  well under forty years of age. It  is an enviable thing to go down to  posterity as the man who relieved  Baden-Powell.  Colonel Mahon received his commission in January, 1S83, and was  gazetted to the Twenty-first, Hussars. A month later he was transferred to-the Eighth Hussars. He  got his company in-1888, and was  and was adjutant to his regiment  from 1890 to; 1893, gaining, great  praise for his tact and capacity for  work. He won his majority in  1897. - .-/'._    V  He was transferred to the Egyptian army in 1896, served as staff  officer to sir Herbert Kitchener in  the Dongola expedition of that  year, and took part in the operations of June 7th and September  19th at Pirket and Ilafir.  He was mentioned in despatches  and received the Distinguished Service order and the Egyptian medal  with two clasps. He served iu the  Nile expedition of 1897-9S, aud was  present at the battles of Atbara  and Khartoum: he was mentioned in  despatches, and was promoted to  the rank of brevet-lieutonant-colo-  nel. Those services brought him  three more 'clasps to his Egyj)biaii  3 medal. *   -     ��  Xext year, 1899, colonel Mahon  was still on the Nile, taking his part  in the operations which terminated  in the final destruction of the Khalifa. Perhaps the best work he  ever did in the Soudan was not-  longer ago thair January this year,  when acting as A. A. C��, and being  at the same time in charge of the  intelligence department of the Soudan.  Sir Reginald TVingato, fearing  that Ahmed Fedil might join the  Khalifa, lost no time in despatching  colonel Mahon in command of the  cavalry, camel corps, four Maxims.  four field guns, and some irregular  Sudanese battalions to intercept  him and hold him till he came up  wibh the main forces.  This colonel Mahon accomplished  raosb successfully. Sir Reginald  Wingate, reporting to lord Kitchener afterwards, wrote :  '_ l_I_cftmiot_speak_iu.sufficiently-  strong terms of the excellence of  bhe services performed by this  officer. I invariably placed him in  geueral command of all the  mounted troops; his personal  disregard for danger, intrepid  scouting, and careful handling  of men, all _ fit him for  high command��� his bold and .successful seiy.uie of< the position in  front of Kcdii's camp, and liis conduct of tho fight before I came up.  show him to be possessed of exceptional qualities as a commander,  and I have the greatest pleasure in  recommending this valuable officer  to your favorable consideration."  Lord Kitchener evidently did not  forget, and lo him is probably due  the fact,that colonel Mahon was selected to relieve Mafeking. Colonel  Mahon is a typical Irish officer,  cheery and kind in manner* and is  idolized iu the rOnglish Hussars.  Like most soldiers who have gained  distinction as cavalry leaders, he is  a great sportsman. He is a first-  class gentleman jockey, and has  scored many triumphs between the  flags. He is likewise a keen rider  to hounds.  It is a happy coincidence that  colonel Baden-Powell should be relieved by a brother Hussar.  Birmingham Fixed.  Hamilton Time-.  Birmingham will not blab ; that  was finally decided at Toronto  "Wednesday, May '40, nor will he go  hungry. Ou or before the 1st day  of July proximo, the ex-organiz;ei of  Ontario Conservatives will receive  party named by sir Charles Tupper  all letters and papers in his possession,  which  might be used  to  the  disadvantage  of the  Tory   party.  Nor Avill Birmingham appear before  the corruption commission to give  evidence.    His health will ere long  necessitate   his   residence    in   the  western  states, And,'tis he will be  well provided with means of * up-  port before his departure, he will  have no excuse to return to Canada  before the close of the investigation.  ���-"���Rfrminghretii' Aras-asked by a reporter this evening if this Was true."  He  said    "1   have   no   knowledge  whatever  of any  such settlement.  As far as I am concerned, the dispute    between     the  'Conservative  party and myself stands exactly as  it  did two  weeks  ago.    1   have a  friend at Ottawa, who is acting as  what  might   perhaps  bo   called a  medium between the party and myself, aud he has said nothing whatever regarding regarding any settlement.    The sum named,  $0000,  is  the amount of salary which is in  arrears, besides a small amount of  expenses.    It is four years' salary  at $1500 a year. I shall be very glad  to get the amount.    I only hope the  Conservative party will be honest  enough to .pay what is coming to  me.    I intend to press my claim for  arrears  of  salary  still further, of  course.    I have uo letters to hand  over to them,  nor would  I. make  that part of the settlement if I had  any.    I have been through too many  election trials to keep letters."  L LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local aud coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  ot all kinds.  IK WHAT VOU  WANT IS NOT IN (STOCK  W'K wir.r. MA1CK IT KOU VOU  CALL AND GET PRICES'.  J'  AMERICAN  AND    *  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  CENTS  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  DERATED and mineral waters.  qiHORPE & CO., LIIIITED.-Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Cedar streets. Nelson, manufacturers  or and wholesale dealers in aerated waters and  fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone GO.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  TXT F. TEETZEL & CO.-Corner Bakor and  ��V ���   Josephino streets. Nelson, wholosale dealers in   assayers  supplios.   Agents for Denver  Firo Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  iayward  IIAI.L AND T.AKK 8TK.KETS, NKLSON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  ���������    CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND VERSON STREETS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO 51  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S "HOTEL  ��� BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  CIGARS.  CIGAR   MANUFACTURING      and Hall streets, Nel  son, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Koote  nay Belle" brands of cigars.  KOOTENAY  CO.-Corncr Baker  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  TT J. EVANS & CO.-Bakor street,  J-L*   wholesale    dealers   in   liquors,  ININGSTOO  BOUGHT.AND SOLD  Referendum Treasury Slock  Exchequer, 1000 ���������.-.  Rig Horn, 5000  Peoria, oOOO-oOO-  Richelieu, 1000  WANTED  Rambler-Cariboo and Giant  For sale���(i-room house. Hume addition, SS30.  H-room houso, cheap; tonus easy; close in.  CALL ONT     ;-  : -'''-   ���  H. A. Prosser  BROKER, WARD STREET  r:  n__i_xz_zxx_zz_zzr._zzz____z_zz_z_zzzixzrzzzi__~:~^  JUST   ARRIVED I  A Car Load of  ti  I Allen's Apple Cider. |  THORPE  &CQ.  Kixixs^KKrxsxixiHTOsitxiirciKiiTMmxisijjJxriiiii  DR. ALEX  FORIN  Oiticb:   ITOUSLON liXOOK.  A. R. SHERWOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door w esto  of Bank of Rritish  Columbia building.  Baker Street  Charles D; J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER''      t  1 doors west of Dominion Express office.  P. O. Box 523.   Phones: Office 117, Houso 152  Three wXTrooin hoiwcsfoi reni.  Roal estate in all pails of Ihc cily for silo  AOENT FOR H. ��. KIMJULI/S SAFKS  INSURANCE,  LOANS.  $C>000  in cash, in consideration of  tlje particular feature of the muss 1 which sum lie will hand over to a  Gf]ar!es St. Barbe  Stock ar|d Share Broker  SLOCAN JONCTIOfl'HOTI  ���J. II. Mt'ALNNL'tf, MiinaKer.  B ir storked with lio-,t birinds of \wiu>-s lictnois,  nml C'iff.us. J{pi't-on ilniuffhl, Liiikc louuorL  .iblu lOom-i    riiM-t l.i>- l.ililo lio.uil.  AND TRANSFER  H.iggngc1 ami otpie'-s moved to.nu n.u( of the  oil).   .Spcruil attention fO\cn to licit) lo.uuiilK  Ollici" i oinor Vi< Ion s, .imi W.tul sliLctt. 'Itlo-  phoiio l')2. W. A. COo'J'KLI/), .M,injiKri.  GAOL   SUPPLIES.  TenoVi�� will ln> iicuMfl bj the itndci-i^ticd up  to the e\cnuiKol \\'c��lni.-.(l.iy. June 9H)i, foi the  Riipplj'n^ of the folioninpiiHit lo*. lo thi Fiorin  rial Ciol.lt Nelson from Jul}   KI.  I'M),   tu June  :mth, wot;  (JROCKIMK^  Mil HAD  JIKAT  TOAL  VTJiKTABLhh  imu<>M!->. K'IC.  A (iot.iilcd list < .in hi- M'on niiil.uii information  obtained .itthc (���oiciniwiil A��imi| -. olllr e.  JOHN A. TUltM.lt.  Government Ajjeiit.  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings   ;  A-1 White Pine Lurqber Always in  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Large comfortable bedrooms and   flrat-class  dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  IV|rs. E. C. ClarKe, Prop.  LATE OK THE ROYAL HOTEL, CALGARY  MEN WANTED  1(100 men wanted to unload Ctirran's  BIG SCHOONERS  or,Half-and-half  10c  Beer or .Half-and-half only  COOL  KltESfl  AT THE  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 8. Buchanan's  A large btock of !trot-cla,j��' dry material on  hand, also a full line of bosh, doors, mouldings,  turned tyoik, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yardi   Foot ol Hondryx street, Nolson  *_��___.�� doljn Rae, Agent  RfTLUDWiG  CLUB HOTEL  The only (food Ileer in Nelson  IVJadden House  Baker and Ward  Streets, Nelson  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained  under one management since 1890.  The bed-rooms are woll furnished and lighted  by eloctricity. >  The bar is always stockod by the best dom s-  tio and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  B. G. HOTEL   erie, b. c.  First-clasi In. every respect. Choicest wines,  liQiior'5 and cigars. ICvery comfort for transient  and icSidcnt guests.  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSEPH CAMPBELL, Proprietor.  ^r.innf.'ctiiien ot and  (Tcnlpt-. ki llunio��s, P.ii'k  aiul Stock Saddle,*.Apmtv-  loos. C'qII.im, Undle-a hjkl  Whip1-',  Nelson Harness Shop  H.iU Street, N'elson.  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NRLSON, B. G.  Colfeo roasters and dcaioit. Jn Tea and Coffee.  ��Offer fresh roasted  cofTeo of host quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, por pound......|  if)  Java and .Vlocha Blond, 3 pounds   1 00  Fino Santcb, 4 pounds   1 00  Sanlot Blend. 5 pounds   1 00  Our Special Blend, 1} pounds ,   1 00  Our Rio Koaflb, 6 pounds   1 OO  A trial ordor polleited.   Salesroom 2doors capt  Of Oddfullows Work. West Hake- a! root.  MONEY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  "ON BUSINESS PROPERTY"  Apply G. L. LKNNOX. Solicitor, Nolson B. C  Alex Stewart  Room 3, Turner & Boeeh Block.  NELSON.  Mines  Real Estate  Insurance  Loans  Notary Public and Conveyancer,  Rents Collected on Commission.  ^(K)t i-li f<�� li>l ot) Ciii-boii,do -trett.  SKJii<Ue.iiy'eim-il "ill luij liliu luiiici ou Hiker  hllUL'l. Kooil llOll'l '���111'.  SUmO will biij 11m, uunu'oii Wruoii sticU.KOod  Iiolel Hit'.  ��13)11 will I)u> lot on ii.ikcr hln,ot ncir.^heilirook  1101 Isc.  fcljO (half i mhl ,- 111 Ipiij :i lots in HoKiiMown.  �����. VI I ij ?_'7.) .ipatc for cho.bo lot.s on C.uhontito  siic< I.  &.>') per month \iill icnt 8-ioonied hoiidc, mime  di ite po^s( -siu)j.  SlVi, ptrl c.is'i. \m1! buj non-U and lot on Itobson  .stici t near Si.inlt*y stieet.  f'otl tfte iuhI ime lot ��illi 11 uu tieos, ,"i mile point  lt.nu h .ii I'i lol I! l\, (>'i .u ics urtder i.il Itn.it ion.)  ��nw will Imj toll-lice .mil lol on Stanlej sticet.  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL  BROKER  Three dwelling houses for t��i]e on easy terms.  One  lot   on   SUnley   "-ticet,  opposite Royal  hot ol, for sale at a bargain/  One  fecven-roomed house and one three room  houso for rent.  See ANNABLE  Lethbridge Gait Coai  The bo<-t value for tho money in the market  for all purposes.  tekmb cash      W. P. TreRNET, General Agent  Telephone til.    Odiw with O. D. .T. Ohrlntjn.  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  -    -CIGARS   UNION MADE  kootenay Cigar Mfg* Co.  NKLSON, tlRJTISn COLVMMA  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  NOTICE   OF   MEETING.  The Nel'on  pliimlvis, tf.is and -te.iNi fitters'  union ineel.s e\ erj M-eond and  foili tli Friday at  the Miner-.'' Union ti ill at 8 p.m.  Jt. WKKKS, .Secretary pro torn.  R. REISTERER & CO-  TlIiKWKrtS AND BOTTLKK8 OF  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  ft  Nelson   Wine   Oo.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  Special attention given to family trado  Tl!a&��t/?et.     FRANK A. TAMBLYH  Nelson. 15. G. MAXAOKH  owers at|d ��� P!ar$ts  Palms fix feet hiyh. .")()0 ro��CH, pot pxmor jn  20 varieties. \ ( hoico collection ofr hom-e and  huddiiiK pl'ints. Tliousunds to select fiom, (.!ut  floKets and dc-i^ii'-. Inspection invilfd. Tho  Nelson Giecn Ifoiiho, Fiont s-lrcet, two blocks  e.ist of i\haif. V. AIcOHKATH.  Orders bj' in.til promutlr fiDed.  Notice of Application for a   Certificate of Improvemunts.  HliOKTS Hill MlNntAl. t'l At\|, S.'ll 1IHV 1MB  AISsWOKtll JH.MM! lm 1MO �� (II WKSI  K()OIIV\\ DlslKKl. AMI Itj'~WII> \B(>1 I  IWO MIJKsSdl IHVM's,I (J!* Al ��s,WOKlir. <W'-  JlltMM. llll'. AltKANs\>��, I MltiJ IMI L'MOS  JllSJ It VI    t*[.\l\|s.  "Iijko notid   tint I. It. K   Yoiinff, (.ictini;  as  aKCIlL fOI   E.  .1. Ilolll'lls     fl(>0   IllillUl'rt   ccitillciilc  sjieei.il No liSI. anil Anna C. Km-kk-j ftcc  ilniici s ocilidrnti Nt) It H'tflDfreo mlnci's in-  tiHcult1 No H 1 l.Uli, Intend. "i\lj dais fiom llie  (l.itclicicof. toapiilj (otho mmiiii; nvorder foi  ,t i cililfctile el iiiipiowmonts, foi the ])iupose o  oliriiiniiiK ii (rowji ifrartt of tin* .i >ov<.' claim.  Anil fin tiici'lake unfit i> thnt ni tion. under sec  tion Iff, inn ��l ho rnimnentMl br-foie uio issuance  of Hiicli ccrlilW.Uc of iinproM-iticiits.  i>alcd tlus2ltluliiy of Aoril, A. II- ISttl.  JS. K YOUNG. P.US.  Nelson ,       , ,    cigarH,  comont, tiro brick and fire clay, water pipo.aml  steel rails, aud general commission merchants.  ELECTEICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTKNAY KLKCTJilO SUl'I'LY & COV-  STnUCTIONCOMPA.NY-~Wliolcsiilode.il-  ers in telephones, anniiiiciator.s. hells,.batteries,  llxtnres, etc., Houston block. Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.      .  BRACKMAN - KER _MILLING   COMPANY  ���Cereals,  mixed  cars  Flour,  Grain,  ���shipped   to  all  Hay.   Straight or  Kootenay .".Points.  P.  Gram elevators at all principal pointsou Calgarv  Edmonton H. It. Mills at Victoria, .New-Westminster, and Kdmonton, Albcrtu. .  rpAYLOR FJ3KJ> & PRODUCE CO.-fiakcr  ���*��� street. Nelson (Godi-ko F. Motion's old-  stand). Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Produce.  Car lots a specialty. Correspondence solicited.  Phone 20.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.���Baker   street,. Nelson,  wholesale dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storaue. ������- ��� -.  GROCERIES.  A    MACDONALD & CO.���Corner Front and  ���*-��-���   Hall    streets,     wholesale   grocers   and  jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinaws and miners'sundries.  TT-OOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY, LIMI-  xi- TED��� Vernon. street, - Nelson; wholesalo  grocers. ; .        ;���  TOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-Front street, Nel-  u    son, wholcale grocers.  Tp R- STEWART & CO.���Warehouses on C. P.  ���*��� ��� R. track, foot, of Stanley street. Nelson,  wholesalo dealers. in .provisions, produce ana  fruits. Cold storage- -Agents Armour & Co.'a  bacon, hams, lard and other products, j        :,"  T Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-Front street. Nelson,  �� ��� wholesale dealers in provisions, soured  meats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  TJ BYERS & CO.-Corner Bakerand Josephine  ���*-*������ streets, Nelson, wholesalo dealers in hardware' and mining supplies. Agents for Giant  PowderCo. ���;���'������"' "��� ��� ,:  LAWRENCE  Baker St.  HARDWARE    COMPANY���    .-..,  Nelson,  wholesalo   dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers'supplies.  ANCOUVER   HARDAVARE    COMPANY  LIMITED-Bakor stieet. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hardware and mining supplies  plum-  hers and tinsmiths' supplies.   Agnuls Ontiirio  Works.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNT3R.' UJJETONT & CO.-Corm.r Ycrnon  ��� and Josephino strLets, Nelson, wholesale  dealers in liauors;, cigaiH and dry goods. Agents  for Pabsl Iti ewing Co. of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary,  :     PAINTS   AND   OILS"  TSJELSON HARDWARE COMPANY-Baker  ���*-* Street���Wholestile dcalor-i m paints, oils,  and   brnshes "   '  Kootonay.   of all kindn.    Laigot-t atock  In  P0V/DER, OAFS AND FUSE.'  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street, NcKon, inanuiael tirors of dyuamito,  (���porting, rfUimping and black blasting ponders,-  wholesale dealers m caps and fiioe, and electric  blasting apparatus.  7 SASH AND D00r��  TVJIOLSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS.  A1i LIMITED���Comer Front, and Hall straits.  Nelson, manufacomeis of and wholesale dealers  iu sash and doors; all kinds of factoid work inuda  to order. j____  TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  TSJELSON TENT AND AWNING FACTORY-  ���L"    Baker street, Nelson.   M.muf.ictuicib of all  Icinds  of   tenti,   miiuigs,  and   canvas   goods.  I', O. Box 7(i.   Theo. Madson, proprietor.   WINES AND dGARS.  CALIFORNIA.    WINE   COMPANY,    LIMITED���Corner Front and HaU streote, Nol-^  won, wholcnnle dealers tn wine1? (case and hulk)  and dnrnpatiV nnrt iirinorl^d oifarfl.  IengineerX  CHARLES PAHKRIt���Mining and milling engineer.   West Baker street. Nelson.  FEATERWAL   SOCIETIES.  NKLSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. K. ��E A. M,  Moots second Wednesday in each month.  Sojourning brethren Invited.  KNIGHTS OV PYTHIAS-  25, Knight  Hall, corner H.i:  Nelson Lodge, No,  odge. No,  25, Knights of Pyihla��,.inoot8 in I. O. O. V.  corner Baker.and Kootenay streets, every"  Tuesday evening afc 8 o'clock.   Visiting ivnitfhw  cordially tnviwd to attend.    R. G, Joy, IC. of IV.  ��LHJU-I-,��?Hani.Sc?Lt' v_.9- ,���. -   NELSON L. O. L��� No.WM, meets"in I. O. 6. F.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay streets.  Is!) and 3rd Friday of each month. VitdUtisc  ���brothern cordially invitcil, Ii. Rubmion, W. M.  XV. Crawford, Iicroiiliiig-Sneict.il*}-.   VTKI^SO.V JV.IUV., Number 'a, Fraternal Order  ���" of FMfslnt, meets eveiy second and fourth  Wednesday inoach morth in Fraternity Hall.  Visiting brothren welcome. W. Gosiicll, Presi  donb.   Ch.irlus Prosser, ScoretJiry.  TRADES   UNIONS."  NELSON MINERS' UNION NO. MS, W. F. of  M.���MectH in miners' union rooms, northeast corner Victoria and Kootenay streets, otory  Saturday evuiitis? at R o'clock. Visiting ni(��m-  bors welcomo. M. R, Mowutl, President. Jumes  Wtllct"i._Socrctitry.      rpilADES AND LA KOR COUNCIL.���Tlio fegu-  ���*��� lar iiieetini;s of the Nelson Tr.idt.s and Labor  CouiKi! will beheld in thu muuiis' union li.iJl,  cornet of Victoria and ICoutcilai streets, ou tho  first ami Ihird Thursdaj of e.ich iiionitli, at  7.:Jf> p. in. G. J. Thorpe, President. J. IL Mailie- -  son. Secretary.        THE rcgularnteei ings of the Cai pouters' Ui'ion  are held on   Wednesday e\ cinng ot  t,<ieh "���  weok, at " o'clock, m tho Minors' Union h.ill corner Victoria and  Kootenay sticets.   R.   Robinson, Piesidunt.   Jauics Colliiii:, Secretary.  BARKERS' UNION.���NWson I n'oii. No. l'*>. of  theliiloriuttmialJcmiiieV'mcu H.irlK��r�� I'ii-  ion or Americti. meets cv��'i> In stand llnid.Mon-  titt} of e.u'h inonth in Alinei s Lnion 11,ill. coi tier  of Viotoiii and Kootenaj stiet'ts, at is .!i) put.  sharp- Visitui" hiothcis coidiailj niMttd io  atI4>iid. .1.11. Matlic-on, Pro-ident. W. fc. JJel-  Mllo. Scciet.tr}*.  RK-KLAYI'I^ AM) MAsDVS IVION.  _h_ Uii< klii}eis .md Mjismiis Intcin.iftoniil  l'nion No .1 of .Nelson ineots strohil aiul fumth  Tiu'sdavsin each month .it Mhums' I ntou hall  ,{. W, Kiclior, picsidLUt; Joseph Claik, iccoiding  and corivspmidiiiirwriWiiry.  T AUORKR5' UNION,- \'e!-on  ���*-'   tu-tive Union. No. SfJl.A. !  vspm]     l.iboreis' Vui-    . ot I.. meets in  Minois' Union Hall, noitliuast conu-, in Victoria  and Kootcimj streets, cveij Monday i-.uung,  ,it *! p.m. slurp. Visilinj; numlieis of the Anii'ri-  (.ui rcdiMtition coidi illy imitid toattiu'l. .loiui  Mullen. Picsidoiit. Porcj Shavkclton. SeereUiry.  NELSON PAIM'hRS' UNR)N-Tho regular  meeting of the Pamlrrs' Union is lipid  tl.p fust and third Flidajs m e.ich monthat Miners' Union hull .vt 7.* slmrp.  T. O. Skatbo, President.  Will J. Hatch, Secrets*}*.  ���*-r **r ��������.   iT  ���, ;trj?j  epi -* TS^mgatystwu ysggjgjj *+!.,_&  ^'; ^-^^^^^^mt^^^^^^m^ THE TR1BTOE: NELSON, B. C, THURSDAY..TOTE H 1900  Rubber Gloves  FOR WOiV EN 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 Bhck, Corner Baker and Josephine Streets  DRUGS AND ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES  ^���.���SJS".fr^-flr>^-^'��?-��r>^'^^ t_9-__>.*_f_Mr.__V'-mi.^f7B- ^-im" /-"^y  Why do we dispose of our  Goods so quickly?  Uf  iti  to  iti  to  to  to   Because we always have  Best G-oods  The Latest Goods  The Largest Stock  The Neatest Goods  The Right Prices, and  The   Obliging   Clerks  to The  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  iti  to  to  to  to  iti  to  _to   Our Watchmaking and Jewelry Department has  to  ffl no equal in the province. \v.  to  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  to  to  to  iti  to  to  to  iti  iti  iti  iti  to  to  iti  iti  to  to  to  to  to  to  \b The Leading Jeweler  vVr.  >��������/�� ~-4_'-0*i_9?_9.__<-_-?_9-_9-_3'  to  to  to  ffl  Baker Street, Nelson \i  __������__���./__���.<*'-ig-i��-ig_-_-_���_���\Z'-��^-  Our Clearance  of Dry Goods  Sale  is still on and wi!l be continued until all is sold. Linen for skirts  at 10, 15, and 20 cents per yard; White Dress Duck, regular 20c  goods, sale price 12ic per yard; regular 25c goods, sale price 15c;  White Pique at 15, 20 and 25 cents. A large range of Underskirts from $1oip.   All other dry goodssofd at proportionate prices.  A, FERLAND & CO.  ELLIOT BLOCK, BAKER STREET.  WE RECOGNIZE THE FACT  Tlml m citeiing to tho people of Nelson  mid district, in fche hues of  Teas and Coffee  \\'o inu'si lm ve an .uifcle fir^t-cl.iS', in wpiy icspcct. Wo li.uo jmen Uiese lines our iindii'iricl  attention. as.uuMill of wiiioh-Hd h.ivo succeeded In seciini-g an .vrtic e in lioth lines, whicli for  qualify, flavor .ind c\ccIItincB li ire no rqu.il. Wc rlef* cmnpouinn, ih<y ennnot be s>ui passed nnd  u.mnol bidjpliciied. After a trail yon mil have no other. I'or wood g-oodd ut reasonable Hum s  nj-us    QUALITY J<-IKST, LAST AXJ5 ALWAYS.   Yours fui (himhc-1?.  The Western Mercantile Goir|pany9 Limited  BAKER ST.  GROCERS  NKLSON  Just Received..:���  A large consignment of the latest  styles of hats, union and custom  made.   Clothing  for bargains  at  m   a   a  BAKER  STREET,   NELSON.  TlfEO MADSON'S  CLOTHING   HOUSE.  WHY BUY CANNED FRUITS?  v>  We Have the Strawberries* Sugar 9  and Fruit Jars.  P. O. BOX 17P.  HOUSTON BLOCK.  Telephone SGI.  Cai,Load of I .ike of ihc Wood*  Hour .hiht Itecened.  Jobr, At. Irving B_ So  Don't Imbibe Snakes ���  Lots of them In the eity water.   Get one of oup filters  on trial.   Prices 40 cents, $1,25 and $1.75.  OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE.  STRACHAN   BROTHERS.  AOY    KUE GEOCESK FOB THE CELEBRATED  CITY LOCAL NEWS  A meeting  of  the eity licensing  hoind look place ycsl"iday, conimi-sioiiers Kirk-  pui rick and Irvine being iii attendance. No  business of special interest was transactud, Iho  boa d adjourning to July 12th.  When   the   0.  P.   It.   telegraph  otllce is moved to its new otiarters in the old  Hank of Jlontreal building a duplex instrument  will he added to the present equipment. Thisis  au ingenious contrivance by which two operators can send messages at tho suiifi time over  tho nunn wire and not interfere with each other.  The duplex sender and receiver makes one wire  do I he work of two and expedites business 50 polecat.  Daniel McLean,-who raised a row  aboard the .steamer Kokaneo on Monday, wa.s  brought before magistrate Crease yesterday and  fined ��10 and costs.  H.  .1.  Cambie,  resident  O. P. B.  engineer of the J'neiflc di\'icion, is going over the  plans drafted for appropriation work between  Iwreatid Itobson and inspecting the operations  underway. It is believed that. Air. Curnbio will  authorize more work before returning to Vancouver on Saturday.  The   paragraph   in    yesterday's  Tmuu.VE regarding ttie lecent changes in the police department was somewhat inaccurate.  Char'es Hislop has not been appointed to the  police force, the coiumis-loners not having held  a meeting for several weeks. lie i-, however,  nel ing as a special oflieer, and has, been on dutir  in connection with tlio scarlet fever quarantine  on Silica street. \  The militia authorities have nofci-v>  fled the local officers that the instructor on the  Blaxim gun willleave Ksciuiriialt for Nelson on  the 18th instant.   The instructor will be a non  for the church were appointed. It  was decided that in order to the  sooner place a building on the .site  for the new church at th<> corner of  Stanley and Silica streets, that an  appeal be made to the sympathy of  friends in Nelson for support; and  a subscription list has been opened  by L. AV. C'ribbs'jind J. Watson lor  that purpose. This list will be circulated by authorized collectors,  and it is hoped they will meet with  kind and liberal support.  German Military Brutality.  Beiili.v, June 13.���A case of military brutality has occurred at  Finkemvalde, Pomerania, resembling the case of lieutenant Von  Prueswitz, who ; was sentenced to  four years' imprisonment in a forb  and to dismissal from tiie army in  the autumn of 1895 for running a  workman through the back with  his sword at Carlsrhue for no' other  reason than that the man, wheu entering the cafe, accidentally pushed  the chair of the lieutenant. In this  instance Herren |Paulberg and  Richard Dallman got into an altercation on the street with several  .officers. One of them drew his  sword. Dallman' seized the weapon  and ran off. The officer ordered  some soldiers who were passing to  pursue the man and recover the  sword. In carrying out the order  the soldiers wounded Dallman seriously, his death ensuing yesterday.'  Thus far no action has been taken  by the authorities.  Lively Street Fight,  Kansas   City,   June    13.���Two  /eity detectives, Matt Kenney and  to stop a  street light between a crowd of negro men aud women in East Third  street this afternoon and as a result of an exchange of shots Kufus  Bennett, a North End tough, and  Ora Childs, the," hitter a woman,  weie killed, and' Chatles Jackson,  proprietor of a " barber shop, was  set iously wounded. Two score men  and women had  Jiii^ed  up  in  the  thTcreat  english-american  SYNDICATE  SHOWS  Coming wi its Owq Palace Traiqs ..  Will he in,J(elson on  THURSDAY,  JUNE 21st  Th�� Best that Money can Buy.     Take no Other.  Manufactured by tho Hrackman Ker Milling Co. Ltd.  Victoria., Vancouver, Westminster, Kd mon ton, JlomJarid, Nelson.  commissioned olHcer from the imperial troops in  garrison, and on his nrrivalaclass will ho foriiied/f'rr���.,,... Gnnrlre   mirlpi-rnnk  to learn the f,'un drill, y-   ".eiliy OpaiKS, UlKieiEOOK  Preparations are being  made to  elevate the ^Manhattan saloon 31 feet to (onfonn  lo the gi.ado of the <-tieet. A conti.ict for the  work has been let to XV. G. Gillette, and the undei takiiiK is to he finished within a few dn\s.  A meeting of  the Nelson Cricket  Club will he held in KlIiof & I.rnnio'i law oflice  lomoiiov. o\cning at S oVUick to discuss the  quest on of a maiih with Ko-sl,uid duiinjj the  Dominion Day eelebi.i'ion. All ci ickeloi-, are  invited to attend.  The show has not yet  rjuite gone  oil Molly tiib-on mountain, but as cnon as it is  gone the woik of building a dSOO foot tiamway  fi om t he mine lo the end of the w iifjon road will  bo commenced It is expected that the woik  v ill occujn fiom two to tluee months.  The TitiBUNK has to acknowledge  the icccipt of an niMt.it ion fiom the good people  of Seattle, who are getting up a big eclcbiation  for .In!} 'h'd and Ith.  James .Johnston of Fernie. general  manager of the Crow's Nest Coal Coinpniij. ip  turned to the citj josteidaj and is icgistcicd.it  the Hotel Hume with his family. Tho head otllce  ol the company is to bo located in Velson.  At the last meeting of the genoral  hospital bond it w.isdecideil io moceul at once  with Hit ostiibliahnicnr oi the ti lining-school in  cntvction with the hospii.il Tiie piolutioneis  will be -,i;k'i 'ed us soon.isthefoimalapplK'itiosis  iiieall in. It is pioposed UW lib with t��\olt.liners <ii.fi to mi i ease this number -.hould ncress ty  demand. .  Another  batch  of  cases   in  the  matter at  issue between   thn   H'liuo Addition  Tovuistlc (JoKipanj-and the lot ounei^ icg.ud  nig llio resnrv(vy of the tow nsito w.ia heiid ye.  tesday at the comt house befoie tha legistiar.  While tho gang of men were  working on the Fiont stieet power ypsieiday  thej made i at her n. finiou<. hud. Imbedded in  a layi r of elay at a deoth of 10 feet were count  losi little halia ot o\.dc of lion somewhat tl.it like  ,ibullet flattened against an oaifh bank. The  balls weie Ivaraoi than iho sunoiinding el.iv, but  smooth and legular in their c ntunr. A sample  \vn>> shown to ultferiuan ircICillop; who panned  it but found no trace of*miiieniI outs.de of the  o\ide. He was unable to account tor tho novel  formation.  The cicy engineer has issued a  permit to the ti.unway company io build their  switch or turnout on the noith side of Water  s icetat the int is3i tion of Cborrj utr- et. The  mat ci i il foi tlic-,wili h s'ltuld he neic fins week  and lhe company will lose uo time in laiingj the  turnout in Older that two o.us can bj tiliiLod on  the set \ i.o. o.  The Nelson rifles drill at the ar- K  .liory tonuhtitnd a full turnout of m-jiibcrs is  ioo,ue ted. The. coiupin) foinis up nl 7 VIoMock  and when thu pai.uk is (omplcte will maich to  the tccreation K'oiuids headed hj tho Municipal  band. Tho uniforms for Ihe hand have been oi-  dcred from the inilitiaoutrlttets nnd should ar-/  live heiesliOrtlj. t  A crew of men were put at work  jesteidav on the lock work.it the crinei of Victoria and Josephine slice's" in ,ic< ordanco with  the ipsolutfon cirried at thel.istcoiinu1 meeting���  expciiCncehai ing sliown th.it when m ic.id.iui-  i^itm is undtr way the quart} cannot keeit up  with the domnr-d for rock. XX lion (ho woik oi.  ilaker street is s'.utrd .1 ic-ciic utoek ol jock,  suliiticnt to insnie against delay, will bo on  hand. Anoihci feature .- that e\oiy shot tiled  is a -lev low aids opening up Vietoii.i stieet,  J. A. Akitt, accountant in the  Jl.uik of Biitish Noith Amoiica in Greemvood is  t-pendmg his wtcalion in .selson  W. F. Tye, chief engineer of con-  strufiion for the C. I'. It. sjs'cm, jctmns to Nel-  t(sn ou .SiUuidn. cn 'niile cast nftci sptiiditig  ^.o^ ti nl d.ij (���'at Trail, h'o f.u ah tan he learned  no iinsiouticen.cnt has hem lmide icgaiding tho  i in do wcrk.  l'\ AV.  Smith,  who  iccently  ro-  sjgtied fi om t he polite foi uo, left last night for  Ol 'iwa, whcio ho will spend MSvesal months.  ' The board of trade mocting announced foi last night did not iiiato.'ials/e owing  lol.tok of a ([iiorutn.  J. il. Brock (jf AAnnnipog, manag-  uitf director of the (ise.it West I.ifo lusuiaiiee  C'oinpanv a��sivc([ in the city jcstoidny and will  luiniun lime sevcial il.ijs on linmncbs. Mi.  Hio< k is rf gistot ed at I he I'ha ir.  James Siaviu of Spokane, master  mchaino of the s.pokaiie FitllsjcKoithc'ii i.ul  mad, was in the cit v yes'oidaj. Mr. .Slimn has  a woik li.nn on Iho liiii".  One of the big plate glass windows in the Hiker sneer tiont of Ken ic Corn  p.inyM slorc was bioLcn jes'eiday hy a fljiiig  (hipfiom a cuibstone wlucli a workman ssas  dre-singon the stieet.  HOT E L  ARRIVALS.  Ai ni) Pu uk.���.I.ujios < roun, ^loyio; .laiucR  Callaghan, Vancouvei; I). II i,n_edon, (jrund  Forks, AI ai Un Welch. Nine mile uoinl ('. IC.  Vahoy <Jiaiid Foiks, 1 If. H-nck, Wmn-jjig,  li. A  Forbes. Itobson, .1. SUmji. hp (kane  A l Ul if Hi Ml.���1). IVtati h, Los Angeles. Cjili-  foimn. Janws Johnston a d fiumh, Cei me, !��.  IC. Al.illcson, Toronto; A AI Jolinston, Vaiieou-  \ei: J. XI ICa.limHrr. Toi onto, .1. C. JJa^enpnit,  C. K, llock.r r. ( . I'uitei, -spukanu; .1. A. Kit ,  (1. Aleicci (.icenwood. il, K. Jiunn, Bannoik,  Montann. ���?��� hliow, California.  New Congregational Church.  The members of fche Congrega-  S FECIAL   EXCUBSION   BATES.  Will be iiirtde by all_ railroads and _steamor  lines fiom blocm Cslj, ailvorlim,-'New Den\er,  Tinee Folks. -Sandon IC.isIo.andall lDtermediate  luiints of one fate for lound tiip. On sale June  21st, good to icturn June 22nd.  NOTICE OF MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS.  Notice is heiob} ghcn Hint upon (ho 2'hd day  of July. A I).. IOC) i. at JO o'clock u. in ,i' tho com-  piny's oflicc in Nelson, H C'lltcrc w ill be held a  mooting of Use siockholdeis of the (Joldcndale  Aiming i ompapy, ncorpotatlon, for l he purpose  tv oouhidennga pioposition to seli tlio Crolden-  d.ile mid Young Dominion mineial claims (ciowu  giiliitcd). sltinte.ibout rourmtleshoulhof .Nnjson,  Htitish Coli'inhi i tit West ICootenay Al'mnj, Distil. I. Hiiti-.li Columlna.'fo pay the outsttuidlng  Indebtedness of s,ifd coiupnny.  (H��LDJ��NJJALB AU^l.VO COMI>AVY.  Uv h. P. Iiik, >ecretary.  Dated I his I Hit day Df Juno, A. I��. IKK).  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���Truax Oro Cars, Uiant Powder, and Alet-  ropolitan Fuse, etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NELSON  KASLO  SANDON  street with knives and beer bottles  and when the detectives tried to  interfere Jackson struck afc Kenney.  Kenney promptly shot Jackson in  the leg and live of the negroes  bolted for Jackson's basement barber shop. The detectives followed  and were met by Jackson with a  small rifle and Bennett wifch a revolver. A lively exchange of shots  followed. Kenney barely dodged a  shot froih Jackson's rj/ie that lodged  in the breast of Ora Childs, a  negress, killing her. A shot from  one of the oflicers' guns struck Bennett in the head and he fell dead  beside the Childs woman. Half a  dozen arrests were made. Jackson  was taken to the hospital and  may die.  BUSINESS   MENTION,  cWanted���by   a   young   lady,   a  position as stenographer and typewriter. Good  experience. Apply Stenographer; postoffice box  K, N'cleon.  Wanted���for sawmill aud factory  a shingle lointer, lath man and factory machine  hand. Alsoagood tmnei. Apply to G. (). Buchanan, Nelson or Kaslo.  Wanted���at once.    Sewing girls,  also apprentices to leain dressmaking. Apply  to Miss McMillan, Victoria block.  Five-room house and lot for sale.  Price ?4i0.  block.  Refrigerators  Prices from $10 to $30  Apply to Nelson Ua/.aar, Tremont  To Kent���House and two lots on  Caihonate stieet, next door to major Houston.  Se\ en looms and bathroom, hot and cold water,  bathb, etc. It has mst been repaired and kal-  soiiunccl. Thnty dollais per month. Taylor ic  Kaniiinglon.  House to Let���Furnished  or  nn-  furmshed���Three bediooms, dining room, drawing room, writing ioom, hall and kitchen Vor  full particulars applj lo.l.U Vanstone, broker.  For wile���Stock and fixtures of  the Nelson Ba/iuir amounting to about foui  bundled dollar*.  Furnished  rooms  to  let���Apply  Carnoj block, one door east of Oddfellows hill.  Hack   calls leffc at   the   Pacific  Tiansfor bam on Voiiion sheet. Telephone  call 3.).  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  ..^.���g-g-jg-g-g-g-flf-gy-^'g'-g'.       ���-g--s?,S'':aBSa'a',S',!ft,sB'vS',-Ti?'^ .  .fei'*:^:^,,*',,to',s��-^',s:','^',Bt"^'��"'   v ^���^-_9-2'.!_*-_8>.��i-*S'.2>-2l-im>:?.~A  iti   185 Baker Street. Telephone 10.   to  to to  t KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON. &  to to  to  ��� to  to >�� xti  to We have removed our place of business xti  to for the next few months to the old Burns to  ^ shop, next to the Nelson Hotel, where we JJ|  to hope to see all our old customers and many to  to new ones.   Give us a call. ffl  to    *  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON ?  to  to   Telephone 10 185 Baker Street   xti  >tfi c _W  '���<?_ ���_ ���_ -_ ���_ ���_ -_ -a ��� a '-a ���-& ���-&���       ___i___.-__i____i___:___\___t_t____i__i.___iid_f^  '^7-9-__>-^^_9-_9-lm>7_9'r^iT_z:__i'__i ^SrrtT.^^C.C'STC^^^S* ~  to  to  to  to  to  BROWN  JUNE BRIDES  Many beautiful presents suit-"  able for brides and bridesmaids will be found in our  stock. The selection of a  fitting present will not be'  hampered by high prices.  BROWN  itH'  mmm  m4.  HATS! HATSI  ffl  JEWELER  178 Baker Street  Xelson, B. C.  ffl  ffl  ffl  B  DOMINION DAY BANNERS  We have just received a large  consignment of Stetson hats in  all the latest shapes and styles,  also hats from some of the best  English makers^���including  Christy's celebrated hard hats,  which we are selling at prices  to suit everybody.  T, <> Skatho, .sign pnintcr for \V. .1. Ifurphv,  requests all who ill end (O tnk�� purt 111 tiie  Tim.jC3 Pi occasion on Dominion Hay lo send iti  their ordera -ii quickly as poj.siblo. I am jour  iiiiiny wero dlHippointe'l tlirough not placing  i heir orders oily enouff'i. Shop in the icar of  the Burns Block.  Plaee Your  Orders  for  WE MAKE A SPECIAL   FEATUBE  OP DECORATIVE  SIGN PAINTING  tioual church hold a business meet*-  iug afc the house of J. WntstOti last  evening. Two new members were  registered and the various officers j Corner Josephine and Victoria Streets,  Streamers  Banners  Si^ns and  Street.  When turned out by our artist are works of art. They will add to the appearance of your display. Poor work will detract from it. We will assist you in  determining" what you want.   Give us plenty ol time by placing orders at onee.  F. J. BRADLEY & CO.  ^'^'^m''  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  B  B  B  B  B  to  B  B  B  B  B  B  t  FOR  Colored Lamps  In  Red, Blue, Amber  and Green,  l\Qote.i\i\y Electric Snppiy St.  (Innstruciitm tin josephintk  UU(JJ���� Ut,UUn   UO.    STREET, NELSON  J Ubl   .AJrulAJL VJliU  Canadian whiskies  Nelson, British Columbia.  IN NELSON  Including bulk mid case Spagram 2,  nnd 7 j ear old.  (J.isuh - (Jlul) i ye. rfii'-ks  rve, Gooderham & Worts SpccUI: G &  W. oidimiry���White Wheat Wiiibky.  RO    __>fr__\_-T-  O   r*r\      I +^ vv' oi����nary���Wlute Wheat Whibk;  . f. Hi i Ot I   ��& ljfU.l-L.ta,        a, a GRAY. Baker St., Kootenay RepresentaUi c

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