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Array ASSESSMENT  APPEALS  HEARD  BY   REVISION   COURT.  The members of tlie court of revision  spent yesterday forenoon in considering  a number of appeals from the assessment  values for 1S99, as fixed by the city assessor, 3. K. Strachan. There- were a  number of reductions made in the values  as returned in the first instance, but in  the aggregate they did not represent any  considerable amount.  John Elliot's appeals were the first to  be considered. Fie appealed from the assessment values paid upon lots 13, 14 and  15 in block 58, on the corner of Lake and  Park streets. Tlie real estate was assessed at $150 for tlie corner and $100 for  the inside lots, with .$400 for improvements on 1_ and 11, and $300 for improvements on lot 15. The court refused  to make any reductions upon the real estate assessment, but reduced the improvements upon lots 13 and 11 to $300,  and tliose upon lot 15 to $200.  He also .appealed from the assessed  value put upon lots 21,22,23 and 24 in  block 24, on the corner of Cedar and Carbonate streets. The corner lot was  assessed at. $200 and the inside lots at  $175. The court reduced the assessment  on the inside lots to $150. The appeal  from the assessment upon lot 12 in block  9, at' the corner of Baker and Stanley  streets, was thrown out. The real estate  was assessed' at $9000 - and the improvements at $8000.  Messrs. Gamble & O'Reilly, on behalf  of S. O. Richards, appealed from the  assessed A'alues of lots 21 and 22 in block  GO, which has a frontage on Vernon  street. These lots Avere assessed at $1500  each, and the court reduced the value by  $700 in each instance.  C. A. Waterman & Co. appealed froin  the values fixed upon the Baker street  property held...by the Mara and Barnard interest and by R. J. Bealey, as  well as against tlie values placed upon  residential property on Victoria and  Vernon streets, also held by Mara and  Barnard. No reductions were allowed in  any case. These appeals referred, among  others, to the Bank of Montreal corner,  which is assessed at $8000 for the real  estate and $4000 "fpr improvements, and  the Bank of British Columbia corner  assessed at $9000 for the real estate and  $4500for improvements.'-'  The court made some sweeping reductions in the values Yplac'e'd. upon lots in  block 44. Lot 18 was reduced from $250  to  $100, and  lots 19, 20,  21,; 22 and  23  FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 2,  1899.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEEKLY, $2.  THE LAW AND THE LAW COURTS  ���  PHILLIPPS   ACQUITTED.  _ppeaieel aroittTtuei _.fjfl{iQst  ^i^&u"lo'l_l$ ;an^  ��eoi-Jie|'_l0��^  JV __��� _,  J*"!,.        ���      ��� 35"  ll_.  r|L    n .     ���     _,   n      "UllCttl -,   ,0,   v   "���"'"     " JJ,   *Sr.D*  ._J-.r,_"'-   - M.   r.   nil, o-W         " n 1  litis been effected in America as regards  to the reorganization of the athletics  there.    The Week's Creation of Officials.  Victouia, June 1.���The Official Gazette  of this week contains notice  of  the  following provincial appointments:   Samuel  P. Tuck of Kaslo, to be sheriff of South  Kootenay, vice W. P. Robinson, resigned.  Wm. S. Deacon of Rossland, aud Geo. W.  F. Carter of Windermere, to be notaries  public for the province.    A. L. Bcllyea,  of Victoria, and A.  Henderson,   of New  Westminster, to be her majesty's counsel  learned iu the law.    The former to take  precedence after A. 11.  MacNeill, ,.Q.  C,  and the latter after said A. L.  Bellyea.  Louis  3.   Seymour,   of   Victoria,  to  be  an official stenographer, under the provisions    of   the,  supreme    court's   act.  Chas. M. Edwards of Cranbrook, to be a  notary public'for Kootenay.    E. N. Murphy of Kuskouook, to be mining recorder  for Goat River  district, mining 'division  of  West Kootenay.   vice   J. C.  Rykert,  junior resigned.    The recorder to  reside  at Kuskonook. '"��".-  Hon. P. A. E. Irving of Victoria, a  judge of the supreme court of British  Columbia, to -be a special commissioner  under the provisions of the Bennett-Atlin  Commission Act, 1899. Oscar C. Bass of  Victoi'ia, to be official stenographer and  clerk to the special commissioner under  the provision of the same act.  Allan Forrester of Brooklyn, to be  chief license inspector for Slocan licensing district, vice G. D. DesBrisay. Eleoii-  ard Beer and William C. Spence of Columbia City, to be members of the board  of .licensing commissioners for that city.  John H.Kerr, B.A., John W. Laing, M.A.,  aud Edward B. Paul, M.A., have been appointed examiners, to act with the. superintendent of education at the examination of public school teachers for 1890.  The council of public instruction has  altered and re-defined the boundaries of  the following districts: Grand Forks,  Kettle River, New-Denver and Silverton.  The minister of mines gives notice that  an extension of time litis been granted to  KOOTENAY MINES.AND MINING  Independent Miners Quit Work.  Eight men  who were  working underground   at  the  Granite mine  on   Eagle  creek, six miles southwest of Nelson, quit  work  yesterday  in  consequence of   the  refusal of the management of the Duncan  Mines to pay more than $3 for eight-hour  shifts.     There   are  some  twenty  other  men   employed   on   the  property on the  surface and they remained at   work.    At  the Royal Canadian, which is  also operated by the  Duncan   Mines, all  the men  are employed on the surface, so that they  were not affected by the eight-hour law.  The men who quit  work,, at  the Granite  presented tlieir time checks for payment  at  the  company's office in  Nelson, but  payment was refused  until  the regular  pay  day,  the  7th  instant, the management  remarking that  tliose  presenting  them might possibly get Mr.   Wilkes to  pay tlieir board until the time when the  money  due  them would be  paid.    The  men  are reported  as  saying they were  uot asking favors from .either  the  Duncan Mines or Mr. Wilkes.  ROSSLAND   DISTRICT.  The management of the Virginia is  very much afraid that any favorable indications in the mine "will be made use of  to boom the shares injustifiably. The  information given out is nothing. But  opiuion in Rossland is steadily coming  around to the idea that the Virginia is  all right.  The difficulty of getting information  about the mines in Rossland is very great.  The main companies now are not obliged  to put tlieir ore in broker's windows to  sell stock. The result is that people in  Rossland, let alone outsiders, do uot realize  the immense strides made since last year.  The Center Star, Iron Mask, Columbia &  Kootenay, Nickel Plate, Josie, No 1, Evening Star, and Velvet are all in a very  different and much better position than a  year ago. And seA'eral of them are ready  to be big iDroducers.  . l^liB^t^^ ft!e;dHi-pd>u  fiWeldfupiibv^nl-Mts^Q'Sttinil.   -" :-���  _;-���". V, _ '  .-*��," YH'i^iugp_anade these "reductions .fin. _ .he'.  $;vaJh_e�� .<$;UWe'Stfs" lists,���#!_!'��� (jourfe %_&-. _!hYr  y%.d^td'tr<Ia* lot-VS,: --.J,"-1. $h_i ^iii"*he  ?P: "~C" "W7f"W#t^*alsot.'a^p%le;dr :^B'������*_<_'  . "Hffdn'k ,|)h'��__jti.,upchiG -h*��-"].i$i.til h'Uf^of' lots;  "21 |>iidj22Un .block 7.d The pY;opcif��y wa$  -"��� "VahhkPa- $300 mid "thfe_ improA^-iiieiits at  -"$$00_v#he'_cou.r"t eut"$^P>;dftthe.ihi|>_-over"  V ^ijjutk"aii4^11ow!etI tlte real - estate Value  ���tostand.   ..     ��� ���- nn   ���-'.'���    ���������.  y 4le)^rs"., (gamble ;&_ O'Rgiily also had-appeals iiv On belh)-lf.���Of-I.ahkiii -&��� Dawsoh,  _?.* Q. liiues, the Huinbef Vestate and .3. R.  Wnll, againstia_��sess��ihent -values' fixed upou  nl, i_V_1vVl_f.^'^VF"ihtis,ifi   A_li_it._nii     A,_  but,  till.  C'tii5,e.itt4 j-creek^uvncl; J .ti'-ibntari:e^V_i"Yi_;h(|  i*_l_--i!t_Afiie^.j3ae.lies  ^a^^^y^f^$^y^2i llf^kfyyl  Wfest ..Indies /May^Enter >t_.e VBominionv*. _.  ".XTNGS^.-ffa1.ii"aipa,;i-J:U.lm.4^  a llili-ib^^'oTlipts ill Addition  A, but the  court declined to make any i-eductioii.  U,   Seloiis   ai3^ea.ted   front the   value  7illag��d_jup0n lot 4 i-irblMk-Sj Ayhjchyfronts  on Vernon street^ *The lot Avas assessed  at $2000 and a cut of $400,was allowed  by the .court,  J. J. Caih*j>bell apjieiiled f-om the  assessnieiit Of lot 0 in block 3. This is on  a corner and Avas a_sessed at $2000. No  reduction Avas ivllOAVed.  Siinilar r'-ductious wove mad<- in tlie  assessed values of lots in block 31. Lots  11 and 12, which AVcre assessed at $200  and $250 respectively^ Avere reduced to  $100 eaej], and lots 13 to 17 inclusive  'wane reduced from $150 to $7S.  W. H. Siiiith ancl A. D. Emory appealed  from the assessments i.i block 39. Lot 1  in this block Avas illlowed to remain at  $250, but lots 5, 0 and 7 were reduced  from $225 to $200 each.  C. W. Whetmore ^appealed from the  values tJut upon lots 1 and 2" in block 75.  The corner lot aviis reduced from $300 to  $250 and the inside lot from $200 .to $175.  Captain Sanderson itppealed from the  assessment of lots 5, 0 and 7 in block 34.  Tliey Avere reduced from $300 to $250  each.  Several other appeals Avere heard, but  no further reductions Avere made.  coihmiSsloiiafe.iWtia4SeSvto _,epiS-^eiitiiig^  j, m u      n      B    B n cc n   ^nCnaUo   n -      u       o     li  q n      - __L->J(j,Hl__il��j. "ffL^J  Janiaiga's "jjo_itioil, aijd"s"6;c];iri._igj,the^oest *  ^pt��y|bl^"l3ei'hls.-"SiiS ..fe^i'^l.ffla^1  - ,"no| |he".pOAy'er'";t^eiit-ernfil-ito'ilii'"i-^ ",  b yfii fg,a<to ^tlid^pf^dsp}.pf:Jihe,: gfecrfet^yrof"'  ^s,te*t#fb^,tii^��[cpjO)aie^ ..Josbjfjh^j.Ch'aht&Gi'-.l*  :h\iin,,"��t!iJit ihh, .Di'Oject  canhoi.   be ^eptiBr-  "tlXlued"sliOJild therjefe'au^apiU'ebiabfeloss -  of fevenue involved -under the jicav tify-_'��_L  iN^evertheJpss^the fiJihliO is" "ppphdpui pthft  hi" A.ieAV of .the' posi'tilvo ;alt_r"nfttiyeYOf  .Canadian "anfiexj.tioh the"VtThiteclYSta"teg  AArill accept Jsiinaicji's terins as tlie Only"  ilieans   oi  retaining   the. West   Indian  trade^ -  ^^^S^o^^^i^i^i^i :wd$7p^:  rfi^^feittwit^'Th^laiSx^As^wi^d;.  LOCAL NEWS QF THE TOWNS  ROSSLAND.  It is reported that representations Jit  OttaAva for a Federal building in Ross-  lahd haA'e been successful and that $30,:  000 will appear in the supplementary  estimates for that purpose.  A cricket club has been organized here.  An attempt is being niade to get up a  ���match with a team in Spokane for the  Fourth of July. Nelson enterprise might  get both the Rossland and Spokane enthusiasts and have a couple of matches  on Dominion Day.  ...    }.. KASLO.  ��� ���'��� The tug Hercules is taking the run of  the Alberta betAveen Nelson and Bonner's  Ferry, and the Marion is laid up in Lardo  river for repairs, so that both regular  boats plying betAA'een Kaslo and Lardo  are laid off. In the meantime, the Red  Star is making two trips a day and the  Nelson one every night, in order to handle  the traffic.  : E. J. Field, formerly,, manager of the  Wonderful, has left Avith his family for  Spokane, at Avhieh place he AA'ill make his  headquarters.  .The family of A. R. Browne, the zinc  buyer, arriA'ed from England Thursday  night, and will make their home in Kaslo  Avhile Mr. Browne is operating in the  comity.  The youngest child of SAvan Peterson  died Thursday night at their, home here.  Mrs. Archie Fletcher and family and  Mrs. Adam McKay and child left Thurs-  * day morning for Montreal on a three-  months' visit.  SILVERTON.  The Silverton Football Club Avas formally organized on Tuesday night. William Hunter AA'as elected president; James  Boavcs and J. A. McKinnon, vice-presidents;^. O. Matheson, captain, and J. A.  Kirkpatrick, secretary. A 'game Avith  NeAV Denver will be played in New Denver on Saturday next. Slocan City is  arranging a special  trip  of the steamer  5:��]|>ean*.hinder to brhig^h^foptljaJl elujj;  %We^oif'fchejiMl!h.">ifl_-aA  for South Africa, "will ha-A'e to  discuss at  their  conference   here  in  regard to the  demands  of  the  Uitlanders will   be the  question of the  dynamite monopoly, under wliich the   Uitlanders  are  groaning,  and which the British secretary of state  for the colonies has used his  utmost  endeavors to remedy.    But bhiehook ou the  subject     issued     tonight    shows     that  matters     in      this      connection      have  practically   reached    a   deadlock.      The  blue book opens Avith a  letter 'from   Mr.  Chamberlain,  dated   13th   January,   reviewing the whole question and  protesting that the monopoly   was  inconsistent  with the  London  coiiA-ention.    To   this  tlie TransA'aal government replied, under  date of March 9th, controverting the arguments of Mr. Chamberlain that her majesty's government Avas not  entitled  to  the protest.    Mr. Chamberlain, on  April  21st, however, renewed the British  protest, adding that her  majesty's  government reserved the right.'"In  answer to  this the   TransA'aal  goA'ernment replied  on May 22nd with two curt  sentences to  the effect that it abided Avitli the A'iews  expressed in its communication, of March  ���om  JD1   " n    "il    -B m-V1"   e nVP  n*i$*l���P7,��nnn& in^  l.^y, w*   a   ���      n-,|o'  S^i"^^.   n *_-_-1-    ���  dpntb, ��� ".Thespwuc|pal 'stock. osvJi^ltMiy ��lp  !&ii��;*p1*c^.esn;Y"./B��. Y.YY." ^ . z.y. :��y"y ,-y. ..j y  ^3'eypldpm'ehk workVis-.-.-gojug-iOif ��hlVtli-,��  ^clilf e-J-nt ��"p^rb|p^ts^ - "th^^u'iiijDolt %Stt"'  SiXeeh Fr?*_cti56Yi bfehig-aiiioug.the ^best.   "  The ,lahoiv!l?r;6ii^le: .,-ho\f gblng on lite  Igno-ked all talk -pf the t\y^*pr0^o. ed coil-!  'cent-r"ato.rs. A^)ii��c|^wei*I'"to-4iaA^n��^^^  .qiivFotti'^^ ������ A  g0.n^,i:all  air "of _ex|)fec^alic^i^fMt.ihlb^u  u'O oiie" jitlprieseht#u0. v\n'g *\\_Iiat clev"elo|i-  mehts will take "phiee.  Will fie Hanged Today.  KMieoopS, Jupe 1,���Tlie Iitdiah  Gasi-  mir_ who niurdered Philip Walker here  on Api^il 15th, hiis todiiy niade a conies-"  jSion_ofVhis^criine. and-ftttl'ibutes _liis__pre��.  The International Atnletic Games.  London, June 1.���Charles N. Jaeksoil,  bursar of Hartford college, Oxford, who  AA'ill have charge of the Oxford and Cambridge athletic games, Avhieh Avill compete Avith the team representing Yale  and Harvard here next month, said this  evening to the correspondent of the  Associated Press : "I haA'e the Yale and  Harvard provisional acceptance of the  Oxford and Cambridge challenge, but I  am unable to give out the text of the  challenge until the details are settled, as  a promise to that effect has been giA'e to  the Americans. I may say, hoAvever,  that the English universities have been  assured that a considerable amelioration  sent position to whiskey. He advises his  comrades on the reserA'ation to keep  away froni liquor. Riid^liffe, the hangman, is here, and all preparations are in  readiness for the execution, Avhieh Avill  take place at 8 a.m. tomorroAy. The rumored hostile demonstration on the part  ofthe Indhms to rescue Casimir are  without- foundation. The ludiaiis are  quiet at present aiid state that Gasimir  is deserving of the full penalty of tlie  crime _ ;    The Want Their Heir Home.  Gotha, June 1.���The diet lias resolved  that prince Arthur of Conuaught, heir  presumptive to the throne of Saxe-Co-  bourg and Gotha, sliall be called as soOii  as possible to take up his residence in the  Ducliy, receive a German education, and  become personally acquainted Avith the  conditions of his new home. Several of  the speakers protested against the idea  of tlie land and people of Saxe-Cobourg  and Gotha being treated as mere family  heritages. The minister of state Von  Stringe urged that the matter be referred to a commission but the diet refused to agree to this.  Hessian Ply Destroys Wheat.  Geneva, NeAV York, June 1.���Already  nine-tenths of the AA'heat crop in this section has been destroyed by the Avork of  the Hessian fly. It is thought that Avithin a Aveek's time a much larger area of  the AA'heat in this section Avill be entirely  laid Avaste.    :    .   '  Smart, the Landscape Painter, Dead.  LoNOois', June 1.���John Smart, the landscape painter, is dead. He was born at  Edinburgh in 1838, and. Avas an original  member of the Royal Scottish Water  Color Society. In 1871 he became a  member of the Royal Society, of Artists.  DISTRICT.  made "another.  NELSON  The Half Mines made * another, ship-  meiit, of leadrsilveiv bullioh yesterday to  the refinery at NeAva_*fcj,N��.w Jersey. The  value of the shipineut AVas given as soiiie^-  thing over $70,00.  The management of tlie Ymir mine and  mill had six men sWOni in last night at  Nelson as special constables, deputy attorney-general McLean stating that they  werO to protect the ptr_l3.oH___Qf the coiir  paiiy and the persons  employees.  of the  company's  ��MIR   DISTRICT.  Tliere Avas considerable excitement, in  the toAVn this morning Avhen thirty-five  men from the Ymir mine came down in a  body Avith teams cOnA'eyiug theii' blankets, etc. In the party Avere twenty miners  and fifteen outside men. The miners refused to worlj for the .$3 Avage foi- the  eight-hour shift and quit, The 'iiian"  pulled up at the Merchants Bank of Hlili*-  fax and cashed their cheques. There are  between 60,000 and 80,000 tons of ore on  the dumps, and as the tramway men arc  out tlie mill will soon haA'e to close iIoavii,  Avhieh will _tt|t be satisfactory to the  British shareholders, as from recent ad-  A'ices from London they Avere expecting  to hear of a dividend soon to be declared.  . The Porto Rico intend paying the $8.50  to skilled 'miners' for the eight-hour shift,  and the Tamarac did not sign against it.  Ed Lind is still busy Avith his teams  hauling concentrates from the Ymir mine  to the railway station.  George Purgold of Rossland and  Thomas Purgold of London arc out inspecting the Evening Star, operated by  the Fairmont company, in Avhieh they  are largely interested. The Peterson  brothers haA'e been busy getting the  Avater out of the shaft and expect to  receive the contract foi* another 100 feet.  Montreal Stock Exchange.  MoNTHi_Ai_, June 1.���Stock market���  morning board: War Eagle reported  $3.82(��$3.8U. Pay iie reported $3.8(3��  $3.8(3A; Montreal and London, reported  55c@56c; Republic reported $1.32(/r$1.35.  Sales: War Eagle,, 19._0-.at* $8.31, 500  ���ati,.$3.81-i';; Payne, 200 at $3.90, 1500 at  $3.87 ;VMontreal and London. 200 at 5Sc,  1000 at 5(ic; Republic, 12,000 at $1.32.  Smah'y^reiiewlhgw'thfiffl'h^*^  ,'TJll-|l-*Jl,T1',V��.,l.'i:s'l-S_      '".'" "���"'������     ���"'__,"."���    7".  ,'*^iiii*afl*jf�� rjisks.  ,.{-iro.ciay^' sees 'tho kldse ���bf2*$r$ht{e.ally :kll  t|ie"j)iiiie. arOxh-id town". Th.u:sday JJioi'fl-  iiag," the  men"   A\fere ijll "paid ofp.ftt the  rEihl'ly^Edith :anud: ]a4fc'].a,i^h't ���th;e hust j-iiaij  fi-t"_tmpi|lb\yn^j-^QniV_jte i^tYtho,"1  "V'V;au*eO���iw*iei!,. "oniie;J "of" the* Vii'h"|s; ��� ��tha,t .ak  -first n(lld����.'-liot' sigil .tlr&Srote'ctiA^e Assoftia-'  'tion1��;Ji0tice-f the notices Avfere - pasted on. ���  Tiiesday. J ust Avliat conr5|e�� tlie-jii-.ii- will  take is doubtful, altliougli it is eurd'eiifily  reported tliat.the local mayageiuejit will  pay the old scale of Avages" until fui'ther  advice^ reikchthen):, =    '  ������'  yMlIt". ".'*.-'  Ou account of! the recent dampAyeatliei'  a mild "forii) of lagrippe aild rlieuniatisni  has been preA'alent.  The Chinauieu are putting up a new  footbridge across the Salmon river,.  The Aveaither today is fine, and outside  "peTTple^Wininl^in^^  ing fast.  EA'ery train iioav almost brings in  people either to look up their mining interests or to spy out the hind, and this  summer should see a large influx of Capital into the Ymir camp.  II. C. Sco\'il and A. VV. Crittenden returned this morning from the Duncan  River country, AvJiere they 'have been doing assessment work, but av! 1.1 scron be  going back for further development.     *  Garment Makers on Strike.  Hamilton, June 1.���The garment makers strike is still ou. In consequence of  the importation of thirty-six garment  .Avorkers from New York by John Calder  & Co.,-and the displacement of a presser  in Holl'man's shop by one of the Ncav  York men, tlie strike of "about 500  garment Avorkers, tlie ' majority of  whom are 7'* 'women ��� and "girls,  occurred. Tlie strikers are employees of  the A'arious sub-contractors who make  clothing for the Calder.''firm, .Hoffman  being one of the sub-contractors.  The striking garment Avorkers,  Avho are chiefly coat makers, feared that  the men imported yesterday Avere to be  folloAved by more -importations.'.  Don't Want Additional Restrictions.  The Hague, June .1.���Commission No.  2 has  appointed  a  small commission to  settle the details of the method of extending the GeneA'a couA'eution  to mari-  .jtij'qe w^_rfam.i..<e.The��� 'Ajjiierjcsi^ jdelj3g|utes;",  Jji^^^f-'^^  %kmid$mele^h^  ite|^lufih%^_1^pf^^  ^o^ttr^i-Ci^ioh^^li^Srlro  JJrV'������./i-T.*_-.'.-/ll1llf+llli--   *-..      _+^llT�� ^n.\._\^*n/-1_.(:ft.,-Pt_rt'i.T��.    I-*>��V   .--_? ^."., ,-. .4-0  John Phillipps, the halfbreed son of M.  Phillipps of Tobacco Plains, Avas acquitted  yesterday of c the charge of murdering  Edward BaAvlf, on the line of the Crow's  Nest Pass raihvay, near Elko, on the  night of June 1th.  There will be feAV people avIio will disagree Avith   the   A'erdict Avliich   was.rendered   by  the   Nelson  jurors.    The  evidence went to show that on the night in  question the prisoner, in company with a  full-blooded Kootenay   Indian, Avas herding horses  for   Egan  <fc  Co., contractors  employed on the construction of the railway.    While thus engaged they were accosted by the deceased Biuvlf and another  man, who demanded the use of horses to  go to a hotel  for liquor.    BaAvlf secured  the  horses  upon  agreeing to  pay  fifty      v  cents.    When he returned seA'eral hours  afterwards    he    refused     to    pay   and  an altercation ensued between BaAvlf and  the Iudiau'in Phillips' company.    The In-       .  dian   retreated   behind Phillipps aud as  BaAvlf approached Avith hiseoat off ready  for a fight,  Phillipps hit him  over  the  head.    Ba*>vlf Avas  stunned by  the bloAv,  and being taken to Elko died the  next     Y  day from a fracture of the skull.      -. Y  The prosecution eudeaA'ored to prove 7.  tliat Phillipps hit BtiAvlf with a revolver  Avhicli he carried. Two Avitnesses aa'Iio  "Avere Avith BaAvlf testified to this, but  Phillipps and the Indian Paul Lane swore  positively that the bloAV was gh'en. Avith Y  Phil Iipps' hand. The medical evidence  put in by the crown assisted the prisoner.  It demonstrated' that, the skull of the deceased was an abnormal one mYtliat it  Avas less than half the ordinary thickness. There Avas likeAA'ise no abrasion of  the scalp OA'er the fracture, such as might 7  be expected had the fracture cbeen made  with a revoh'er. The skull Avas, in the  opinion of the eroAvu's medical Avitness,  so thin that the fracture niight haA'e been  occasioned by a blow from a man's hand.  '  Justice Drake in charging the, jury Y 7  said that if the jurors found that the VY  prisoner struck BaAvlf Avith the revolver iY  they should bring iu a A'erdict of murder. 7  If they found that the bloAv .was admin-YY 7  istered by Phillipps Avith his liand it could Y  not be less than manslaughter as: /there 7 7Y 7  had not been sufficient provocation, in a -Y77  legal sense to set up a verdict of self-777YY  defence. They should give the prisoner777 7  the. benefit of any reasonable doubt, 1ioa*^;YvYV.V  _ ^��^-^hd'��iisiflt.'fI'ftijljiiv, '���0tdieii>Pi..ni^i;^:p^^^^t  plenaxy ���si:ttxhgyb$:Mi$y^  "lb :e%$Mtedyb,ieleei theJii?opO^Vi;hY"'��  - He'- as? "a. "Np'velis-?s^'Id:eafi" f  ing'��f'-h^ j.hrijvai ,of"��iii^j.o.\('ft|?ii'<iiijIlIIclf'riiif;  i?_tiJ-iSS{Vy.s��':,*��'"��S^elui-^  ���is great ^r^lVu__a^h;"!."Eveiyoiie:" tve5' ipeky  ii?' favoi^bly iV5ip|ieg_-'d*" '"witli.' _li|hh '..tpfc"  arrived at" 10 orelOck thfs mo_'{iinj|"ai��i'  atteiided the state luhcJieoii at the iuiiv-  i'Stry of iSi_;i"nd,"\\'heni,,e lie"���i:ec,e]ixfpd!iv 'gold ���  medal andifa\^Vp0i'd of ��� ho. lOrs. The ��"Kile  was sy,i.np;olij?^DeJ'oii the tfwoi'd" hilt "bpy a  crocodile' /ancl "a palin -)���__:. .Mi_i'c]i"an#  looks a hero aitPX \fictor Hugo's heart.  He is silenti tltf)Ught|id_ ihodest Without  baslifufness.    Ijis face is deeply lined and  C.tl'CAVOl'll,." ���  Mote- Quibhles and Rumors.  VU7TORfA,^JiiUe l.^-Auothei' tliOril ao-  *_B1-Q ijfai^At'a^  'mm>��mM^  ��� rrwiW        . . -Wr-��-       _rpl_-ifc..* mlw ��*     ��� -   ,,     rT1  '   jaruii-i- ��� <h .   V ra   _m '-miP.   ^ P  PS JJ -' �� i D      _���  lilll1  "*-   i%y:  '^(3SS.  '^"'S'^^'^^V'A^  p>"s *��u y^\.T^na ��<!,��� p  Jti " 5- S-f-i^* J��  ��'&!$. M^^f^a1^^il^i^ia0^  '���,SV,ei:k"Qxi��,l)fiwR^  7tu i,'U edVa. a_e,|d ic. t_ -of ^irot g.xx imySi*y,y^yyy.:-'fl^y  ���   . 1',1-A  ",."..*_. - <^S4.: ��-. l-.��_*. *ii,��w,t-,f..! ��,;77ll ���*._���_:_,��._,,-4.X- ..; -Jiv: V  a'' .."^-'^','1  ���. " Eo'pUl^tioh-and^ddistrihUw^  'Tlie coil uties -a-b-cf?t|iarpoj:)ttl^  ''"."\Vilibe' rei3i'eseiited��byYohffe"iii'em,-be��i.'U^  the new redistribute  as follows: '"      -�� v*"Y'.'".:"' ."Y."^��?"%te".lf��Y";  Baseball Gamei  The niuch-taikcd~ol: gaiue between tlie  regular iiiiie of the Nelson baseball club  and the McQonahl-Malone coiiibinati<Mi of  semirpi'ofessipnals \vill bo played this  afternoon at the Hall street recreation  grounds. The gate receipts���\yhi'eli will  'be collected by passing ai'oUnd a hat���  AA'ill be used in purchasing dress suits for  the managers of the respective teams, so  that tliey Avill hereafter be able to make  a jiresontable appearance at functions  gh'en by the local 400.  Baseball Games.  New York 3, Cincinnati 7.  Louisville 7, Brooklyn 8.  Boston 12, CleA'eland 0.  Chicago 1, Philadelphia 7,  Baltimore 3, St. Louis 2.  Washington 10, Pittsburg 11.  Worcester 0, Providence 1.  .Hartford 5, Springfield 7.  Buffalo 9, iMihA'aukee -I.  St. Paul 5, Detroit 1.  'Minneapolis 5, Indianapolis 2.  . The Transvaal Dynamite Y_l6nbpoly..V. 7.;.  .    Bi_oi._ik<>nt_olv,  June.   I,.���Among    tjieY  most   important.."-points   that'.- president*  Paul Kruger  of��� the Transvaal.; republic.  and sir Alfred  Milner,:governor.'.if Cape.  Colony, and   British   high .commissioner  pears 111 the pJith of attoruey-genei'al  Alartin in his effort to secure possession  of Deadman's IsIj.nd for Theodore Luil-  gate��� The law provides- that leases foi'  sa wniiII, sites can only be granted after  public-competition, as to the bonus to bo  paid,, and Martin's"- Colleagues, hold tills to  be a fatal objection to the issuing of the  lease tis demanded. Thei,'_ is very serious  trouble between ^lartiii Mild, his colleagues aiid an open rupture may Occur  'any day. "      ' '" *'   ' '  ' ������������������-������  One of the Dreyfus Forgers Arrested.  Paris, June ],~-Colonel !>u Paty de  (Jlani, seriously implicated by the recent  proceedings before the court of ctissatioii,  ax the probable instigator of some of the  forgeries that have figured in the Dreyfus affair, was placed tinder ari'est at  half past seven this evening and taken to  the military prison.  Will be no Trouble at Rossland.  J. Fred Ritchie and John Mclvaiie of  Rossland arrived in Nelson last night.  IMr. Ritchie -confirms the report that the  new laAV will not affect tlie Hosslaud  mines to any great extent, tis most of. the  mines in the cam)) are being operated on  the eight-hour basis.  ag follows:  "(jQiiMio--- __.!"_"'.  tinlleriii.............. e. , ��,.".".","'. ��t,"_>  Ija-lillnu-.Wl. '"������������. ������! -v-f". .-.."J-  ���Iii ncolii ��� .....����,.,���'.��.,. i,s,��. t,.��.  1,.C(_1 ���. ,...,_.��.   .,,.:.."..,  W-Hand ..��.;:.  Weutwor.Uii �� .-,..��������.  MtiMkoka  ... ....... ���,.  l,".-iTy Sotiirtl ���...  ... t���..  Thostj whv will have Uv6;f_Vomber*  iiraut. ���!.������' ,...,.���...  litgin   UiuihtOli' ������  .  .Oiit&rl....... ���....._,  Oxford   IJopllliltiOJlf .  '',T,.._...v.7.tf.:.:��Ji-3.i,i8$.  ,* . '.r..". i���".'.. ,,".;*". .23v.-(Oia,  ,.._,...,"..,. ��'_..*_K''.07_!>.  ,'_,.,..  .,..,v.��...*>lMi  ,,:.,.,..,. y.y,.\M,miy   ,,.,��� .,....,29.883;..  ,...._,.........,.... _-17;:o:iS-   .!t?*i_��"  arcju? fdllows���"   &UlS>  ................. 4'��7   _.^^ -__'M lKI->___  ���...;, . ���....,,.__ 355'   ��� .3.81')  TUosfi Unit "'ill him. three iiioifibCrs' ttrcs���  Brueo,. -. - ���������  . ���   Grey ��� ����������� .�����������������   Huron     1-Ctll...  ��� ��� ��� ����� �����.    �����  *MW_lcs��s.. -.    Simco. ��� _��������� ���   Wellington _���.���,.. .,...,....,   Vork ,_...   'I'll i 'dtie"* aro nil* followri-^  '1.1. mil0 fI iiiuliib-rs)... ��� ,.���._���  OUmvit ("- in.eiiiliCJ's) ...  ....  Ufiinilt'oli <_ meinbcr.,}.  ....���,....._���  LuikIom (1 rii-inbfer. ....  .....    lji '��_Hch case the popnlatioji is gh'dn ac  cordiiig to tlie ceii._us of ISifX.  ....IfLOGX  ....71,-1.  ...,(���0,-81  ... -S,0l'.��  ...��s3.7sa  ...:r>'.\,m^  ...:-l��:��l2  ...181.020  ... :*S.:I!_  .... ..17.215  ... :i'-.2Si  The May brick Rumor Again.  Lo.VDO.v, June 2.���The Daily Chronicle  announces that Mrs. Florence llaybrick  is likely to be liberated shortly, as the  result of the pressure brought to bear by  Mr. Choate, United States ambassador, in  favor of the reopening of the case.  Lord,. Kitchener.. Quarantined.  :-.,i-_.U.i'ic..'n., Austr.in,,'June I.  '-Lord Kitch-  (Mi('i7.()f,lvhai't(iuni has 'been'  detained in  (|uai'aii.tiiii  ..Seinirauiis  'era 1.;*'���deaths''':  curred.  Work Conunenced on Grand Forks Smelter.  The work of grading the site for the  propo.ed Granby smelter on a bench  overlook.UglvelitlGfiver, one mile from  ���Grand- Forks, was .commenced today.  The construction of the various buildings  and the flume from a canyon one mile  distant will give employment to several  hundred' men this summer. Joseph  Ward has been aAvarded the contract for  the supply of 2,000,000 brick and 2500  bai rels of lime. The smelter company  has already started building cottages for  the workingmen. H. X. Gfiler, formerly  teller of the -.astern Townships Bank at  Grauby, Quebec, has been appointed  assistant- treasurer of the smelter company. All the mining companies of  which J. P. Graves is the general manager will establish their head offices in  Grand Forks.  Going Over the Ocean to Dinner.  Ni_w Vouk, June 1.-���At the regular  monthly nieeting of the-chamberof commerce held this afternoon an invitation  from tlie London chamber of commerce  to the Noav York chamber, to be guests  '.iiere on ���-���board the steamer I at a dinner to be given them at softie con-  fromVAiexandria, where  seA'- 1 venient'date, probably during the Paris  from   the plague  luwe  oc- 1 exposition next year,  ( accepted.  Avas received and THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON,  B.C., FRIDAY, JUNE 2,   1899.  Purses an  Pocke  A large stock of ladies' and gentlemen's  purses and pocketbooks in genuine  seal and monkey skins, of all shades of  color and bound in gold and silver, just  received. These are the finest goods in  their line ever brought to Nelson. Complete line of drug sundries ofthe best  quality constantly on hand. Special attention  to  compounding   perscriptions.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO,  COUNKH BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS. NELSON  THE TOWN AND THE DISTRICT  Dominion Day Celebration.  Manager Waterman reports that lie  had only one refusal yesterday, when  soliciting subscriptions for the Dominion  Day celebration, the party refusing said  they Avould give $10 to keep the celebration away from the town. Private  advices received from Rossland are that  Kossland will forego celebrating Dominion Day, and, instead, make efforts to outdo itself on Labor Day. The following  subscriptions were received yesterday:  Previously reported ..L'./iiKl un  T. 0. Collins     2'> OH  IM. ResUrisay & Co  .-... !'.*> mi  Hamilton Powder Company   ��� L'u (hi  Galliher & Wilriim  lit I Oil  Wnlliico & "Miller  15 1m  LuHiiu &  Forin  KHlll  .l-lin A. Turner  10(H)  .Al.itho.-on v- Graham  10 00  J. F. Weir  10 HO  11. M  A'ineeiit.  10 Of)  .Mai-tin O'lieilly & Co  1 . no  Nelson Haw & Pinning Mills  10 00  Kwart & C'ti'i'ie       OOO  Heorge .M. Ki'onk ".  ;"_ Oil  KllioL & Morrison  SOO  Stutter*: Graham  ;j (JO  .1. It. Winy  5 00  Patonaiide Ill-others    5 00  M. Scully : . 5 00  Old Curiosity Shop  5 00  Albert Mnsl��nka  2 50  V. 15. May :  2 50  Nelson Laundry ;  2 00  ver lving hotel. If the band puts up a  good article in the concert line there is  tin implied promise of linaneial assistance  from the city council.  Tierney & Company have over one hundred and lit'iy men at work on their contract ou the Kootenay ��fc- Columbia railway, and the work is progressing  lavoraljlv.  CD  co  c_  ���j  UJ  _2-  _S  en  uu  3=  ��2  _j  _Q  I���  CO  ���ii  CO  ���I  3��  CO  I���  oo  -f"  ik  i-n  r���  CO  o  2*_  "##���&���  _K  OO  CO  >> (II)  SEE GILKER FOB  Crash and Other Hot Weather Suits  and up  NEXT P. 0.  ��� Y ."' :lt'. will he &yy,Gxx'ra.kdv.iintage,' "(to .see dur.jat'ge.,  "^""and-'coraplet-e ��f,��'cJc tof= Bpoih, .tri_YShoe_.YWe'  JV"'-7cni��.y   the' -Fcfllbw-uig; 3_&f$.    tfc-&- T-" Bells ^V  _j i^sD^.Mijff i_-7_0_.s; :_t6i't.hV4St;a-i':��Sli(&eYeo,, &&%  Y ' 's'^4'iah% ^Qo^tiWwA^xpe'Qk, 'AM*? "JH#  deb' it Co;, aild! atlieir leading makers.  J  % JXND 28 WEST .BAKER STRlSE. \ NELSON  XH5SE COOPS we are  "    bound to sell wtyfe  they remain the pattehri-  of the, seaso^.   We prefer to mark them down*  ijbw, aijd let our regular  custorners have the advantage of 't'Fj'e cut, rather tfian, have a _laugh,ter  sale some months later  tp make room for n.ew  goods.    Our display   of  Rugs and Aft   Squares  is the finest  ever seen  in"K6bt_r(ia_y_   T_**ey are  received! direct from the  eastern importers so that  in buying from- us ybu  are    virtually   reaching  headquarters.  WJietjAdyertiseQ  At   fiAuction  Prices"  should  be  left  alone.     An  'atiQtibii=pi;lce--niG{Wis^]io^liigli-est^pj-ce-A\4iicIi^the.-  *   piii>elia_er eafi be induced to pay.  New Spring Designs  In Axmiristers of tile best quality, with or Yvi tliout  borders. Bi'itish and Canadian makes.  Brussels and Velvet Pile  NELSON.  It seems that it is "Jimmy" Neelands'.  and not mayor Neelands, tliat decides  Avhen the free and independent people of  Nelson shall assemble in public meeting.  Then it is "Jimmy," and not Frank  Fletcher, that is the power behind the  throne.  Every subscriber to the Dominion Day  celebration fund will be presented with  five printed envelopes for each dollar of  his subscription. It is expected that the  subscriptions will amount to $3500. This  means that 17,500 envelopes, bearing a  neatly printed announcement that' Nelson AA'ill celebrate Dominion Day for the  ninth time on July 1st, 1S9_, will "bo distributed during the mouth, as that many  letters will surely be /written by the subscribers to the fund between uoav and  Dominion Day.  ' It Avas reported in -Nelson! last evening  that negotiations Avere pending betAveen  the Canadian Pacific and the Great Northern raihA'ay companies for the connection of their lines at this city. Just  Avhat tlie nature of .the "arrangement''will-  be could uot be 'learned, but it is said  that one effect of the arrangement when  completed will be to giA'e the Slocan Ore _  Pi.1rcha._11g  Company the adA'autage- of  'Mia^gev^np^Ci^.-'���". "����������� *���"��������      , * " "�� -*-  Y ^iJhC'Ifcgtti^hif ��e] $��/$;.e\ Ln'4'ifesj.yf the'  "Si'iVc^SbC-bs?^ . i _Jfj*'- aY- *�� iji-ee'tb i 0 n $:&iefd($F*  "���"afieikihop?vji.vthe".K^i-^it|*^Sf'^y^frj-iiasnii%l. ,v  Ai-ipijijsiIx new��mehib!er�� 'were im"tikted]:. A  Vniectiug will be, (lipid /this vS,.fite_'U0ou t-vt"  ty o'clock for the! election, ojf ofheers .and-,  YtlieVfoi'iiial   Oiigaiilzatioft   of   the   hive,  ''Tw.epj$-$i&]%dkei& have sjgiUCd the' roll of  ���ehkrter n-i.eriibei'_.. ��� ��� .   .. ���  % jl%v.' fiftli-Cf Ferhii"iQl)7e-_eiyfe.d,,AvOrd .yes^  terdity of tlie cleatliVof bipJUOl^ l-in-ten at  WCav'" WestinhiBter." 'Fa,the:F Ferland left  fpy New Westin.iijs/tei'itb.aftcud the fui^  pt-klf mid there will be no maS.. sei'vico!at.  the Ch-liojle church /ilntil.he returilSi  ' * _ llillyCf <& Co. haVe Secured tl_e con-  trkppfOr evePtAng the Bank of .Moiitreal  building, A. SlcLarty being uiuible to un-  dei'take it,'at his figitj:e._�� This is As it  $hould liavefeecn. ... "  The nienibci'S- of the suielter band! g.'uvC  th<_ iirst.pif.a series of open ajr c!oueert��s  his'b''eA**^iiiig,''.fi'ro_iji the balcony of the Sil-1  It pays us to deal squarely with  you ancl to represent our g*oocls  ancl methods just"'as they are. It  pays us to strive for excellence in  quality and price, always aiming*  to place in the hands of customers  the best goods at the smallest  figures. On this basis Ave invite  your inspection of our lines.  The latest and neatest stock in  Sash Clasps, Belts in all patterns,  Blouse Sets, Skirt Pins, Shopping  Bags, Ladies' Lorgnette Chains in  patterns.  A specialty of Diamond Jewelry  of all kinds and: descriptions.  We want your'���watch repairing  and we employ only expert watchmakers. Send your watches as we  can save you money on your repair Work.  !cjf_i*:^_i^^  Ssofi."  - 7_st��_et3.��r'YY....YYnYV _ Y>Y.;Y!Y Y:_ 5:7?Y5S^ioG0'.  , ,aa.b}'-l20_pjjilfi. .i.tro-ol?,"Ktw-.oin JoscuJl_n--vft-_!JI-_u_ ." -." ���  '"   _j.c.i'0-l;,s/cf1)i'ii()r}77,Y.Y�� ���:.!,":..��."...-.:��... ".,."..��� ..H���,"'.���:.".,."X^, "gyA  " nfl ,b>j,".i2o.o-_;��--fl _ tiici'i_sii*c.i..,.., .7... t,.,........ _#._ yy.  seo  23 b}fi2- yt'.iih iuipi'ov.ci'nAiils, ssdutji sine oi[��'Vib.uDti  .<i'"0(i;t"....v_.,. ,.".'-..,.?,".._.:..,.................... oOOO  30'by'12.  with in)pi'o.vorii"ic.iilK,,s6Jitli si-clc of Ysiriion;  street������ .-..,*.. .........��,.-...".    ,..,..  ���. s���... _ .".���".": H.flOO  2lots,iWtfl'targe li;ou��p '(jeaiieir.ii.lli''^,ur_i.Uoil (Siuli)-._ JO'lJO  2Jlots wltl'i.cpt'tiSKp.V'ei.ited nt; Slq'p_i"jiioii1;li., Victoi'in  Street,;,.��..,._.  :..,.!. i,.n.....   ......��. ,���..��..-.,..:..... '!_)G0  ,1 lo(iAyili_ OBlt'tlg-.lx'iifedat ��__i pci'jnojjH'i, Vl'otoiia.  ssU-eet .r\,....\...t\/*;y'.&. ,....���.".._,v ..:�����.'-,.:* 2pODB,  2 lots -tfitli eott,n_e rei-itett at &ff neivmbnllu /P. iinldy.  ���Sti'oefe......,..,....'.... -V, ,.:...,,.:.,. **_��..".".. 30(j&,',  (i lot,, in block -1-1U,.ixirgleared, alul feii.Betl iu�� ., .  2500'  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  eavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORB  CARS  Canton Brill Steel  CARRY IN STOCK  Jess.op's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  G-iant, Caps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  pf:|,   and Woodenware  *isy     Stoves, Ranges,  Iron,  Steel,   Sheet  ^\       Iron, T-Rails  >v> Paints, Oils, Glass  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  RUBBER HOSE  COTTON HOSE  KINK-PROOF HOSE  LAWN  SUPPLIES  LAWN MOWERS  FLEXIBLE TUBING  LAWN  SPRINKLERS  GRASS SHEARS  In the cool of the evening1 the weary can find rest  by reposing1 in one of our  HAMMOCKS  NELSON, B. C  9-rooift IitinjiO and' 10.1b1_3 tscl.-out in orchard,.. (.. ���.. _   1100  2 lbt�� and iiilprcjveinen.l...62' lieadof,_o.vs, 2,Ivor.es,  \V_ fjQ|isr_Ipigli% IiWi-iless, and evi;"i'j'lhini_ In cb'ii,-  J3ce. ion with Hiii'i:y's,iiiilK raneji, ,.  Ifoi^ general iiil'oV'iiiaiidii on foal eslaLe and for ffti;thcr  ooO'fl.  Corner iBftkcr and Wftrd .$lroetH.  Suitable for di*awiiig-ro<_m._, diniiig'-rooiii_, ImTIs of  ata.it'S, .vitU or ���w-.thp.viij, bordei'Si  Tapestry and Patent Tapestry,  Union- art   squares,  .Tupnnesc   sfjnares  Smyrna and 'Tecumseh rugs.  40 Different Styles  and  rug_i  Of   baby carriages   and go-carts  to  Bafctan eliairs and 'rockers.  Furniture of all Kinds  select  From.  For  Strawberries  and  Other fruits in season.   Leave  your order.   Prompt delivery.  Hazlewood Ice Cream  lee Cream Soda and  All Kinds of Soft Drinks  MILLS& LOTT  Agent, for I.iwloWQorl lee Cream.,  nc-wOi! with Hiirfy's.niilK raneji,.  'or, general iiil'oV'iiiaiidii oil', foal es  particulars on aD'uv. i)r_].ic;it.v aijp'i* to  "Real 'fistate and .donerul Agents, llakef St.. Nelson  Our first kiln of hrick will be ready for delivery about  tlie: lsf, of .liiJic.   Call at our oiliee ror price-.  =^Dnrin(;���tT)(_=inoiit:lr^oI^.lutic=w��MvlU=-lolivor���IInio=iii-  quantitie. of twenty sacks and over at  s p.  The West ^ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker Street.        T. G. PROCTOR, Vanager  Is advancing, and notice to this eifect has been  sent to the trade by all large mamtfactiirers.  Having a large stock on hand we will be able to  continue to quote better figures than any of bur  competitors. We have also tliree carloads of  furniture on the way.  D. McARTHUR & CO  Corner Baker and Ward Streets, Nelson.  IfjSu, wiiiita natliy. Slylitili suit ofdodhosfor  spring nnd suiniii.r, I I-iiiyc over 5(H) xlillor-  eiit pattorrisof Scotch und JOiiBlisli (.weeds,  which I will inake tq your ordei'-a.t the low  price of  .., ��35  Black Venetians inako^-a nice-suit for summer wear ftt '.- ���..../..... .,;'���..>.;-.'...'.:*..._-  Black-serge suits in sack brmOriiing' cont. .S21  A  heavy  Scotcli   tweed,  nice  patterns for  business suit ,. S18  Trousers at eqi.Utt.iy law prices. Fit nnd finish  no bolter in Canada, Ladies'fine tailoring a  specialty.   Clement block, Baker street.  Stevens,  VV'hy ._(!y d'dtlics froiVH.ii: inforior tailor, when  tlio same amount of money will buy a stylish  cut, WbIS trimmed and neatly made suit ai,  SUITS $25  Nelson'. up-lo-dato Tailor.  Satisfaction guaranteed  A-ll lexers .��j. a 'good, ;<mp: of, 3{ea ,te_ :aV_!J__iiKe; of a. f ^_i;i*he��"% ve��i.^i^:;"  ���at ��rice at; Kii%pal:KGk &" Wikaii's Wd ���-proeitir'ililg*. .aY40.*^eflt7,p^l^|'|:" ;;  of 5 a^iqek C_a/uoi). T_avwhiGbYis .a sfiipdaitl. |d_cSM_* left, xp 'myy-.-Ux^'j^  111 KooteiiA-y* ��� If xve clbn't ��� gtixt ymx wq Will _JiGeffiii% "refe%ii y��R.r/b:"  ina_ie_.. Bill weg-itaraiitee wc Gail .please y&ti as we "have tMrty _li#-  erent blends' to ^boos. fi-joiil. Call ,ajid: siSe us. E'vierytbwig first-classY "  E)onrt forg-et -we arev the leading bouse and Carry .be largest "steSek in -  Nelson ..of Groceries,  Croekery,. etcY   We want your trade.  Telephone iti.   P. '��>'. Box K & IV.      Baker street West* Nelson  Wondefrul!  ;{.*) cents buys a S-pbiijid box ot  Patepson's Cream Sodas  FRKS1T FROM KfACTOlfY  Removal Notice.  FOR STYLISH MILLINERY  and Fancy Dress Goods  Blouses and Dress Skirts  CAIjVON  Mrs.   E.   McLaug;hlin  JOSEPHINKSTKKKT, NKLSON Y/77V Y-  ice Cream  (HAKUOW'OOD)  AND  Ice Cream Soda  /���J CENTRAL FRUIT ST0f|E  Krush'Kruit received daily 7  ^ext door to.Nelson Wine Oo. .  Ielepboiio.!��.y-.:.yy;    ...HUMPHREYS & PITTOCK  NELSON    LICENSE    DISTRICT.  Notice is hereby Riven that, the undermentioned poisons have made application, under the provisions of ihe  "Liquor License Act, 18!)!)," for hotel licences at. (he  places set opposite to their respective names:  Cherbro & Miiiliinrino at.. .Kuskonook  j\I. II. Gilliam at Krie  Hoyer & Lovoll at  Ymir  1'iiul Fit/.gcrald al Salmo  A meeting of the board of licen.si: coilnuissioacrs of the  Nolson license district will he held to consider suchiip-  plicalions at the court house at (he city of Nelson on  Thursday, the loth day of Juno, tOT. n,l the hour of 11  o'clock, in the forenoon.  \YM. UULLCK'K-WKHSTKi:,  Provincial Police Odlcc,       Chief License Insiieclor.  ���  ���  Nelson, H. 0., June 1st, IS!)!).. .  Miss Tipping,  ihe scalp.  A gradual.-cf Toronto,  General llospitnl. does'  sill,  kinds   of - nursing,:  . massage,   and treating  Silica street, opposite JCiiglisli church. -.\y  John Cholditeh & Company beg to annoiiiice to the  trade that they have removed their headquarters from  Nakusp to Nelson, whore tliey will for I he future be established. Pending the erection of suitable warehouses  tliey Iiax-o secured temporary quarters in the warehouse  of Turner, lleeton & Company on Water street, where  they will be pleased to receive their patrons.  Nelson, B. C, May 17th, IS!)!).  JOHN OHQLDITCff & CO.  BOATS! BOATS! BOATS!  VOR SALK OK lllRFi  W. J. ASTLEY & CO.  Boats built to order. Repairing and fitting- a specialty. Sails iiinde and rigged. I.i.liiug rods and tackle  mended.   At Government wharf, Nolson.  Vienna Restaurant  llaker street, between Josephine and '  Hall streets. Nelson.  MICALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT.  .    HAKERY IN CONNKOTION ������      ,.  KAAMLY AND PASTRY COOKING A  SPKCIALT\  ONLY WHITE HI5LP EMPLOYED .������*-���.'  BS- ! Y_BCXTRI--2r;j;    PEOERIBTOE  Tin's is' the grfatest snap i^vei' oilored in the line of biscuits  The box is Worth this liiiiolint.alouc fo- your pantry  CALL AND SEK THEM  M, DeisBpisay & Co.  FRUIT JARS I    FRUIT JARS!  Direct  from the manufacturer in pints,  quarts, and  half gallons.  Another carload of Lake of the Woods received today.  JOHN. A. IRVING & COMPANY  Raker Street West, Nelson, li. C,  Have just received a consignment of Harris homo  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FEED J. SQUIBE, Bakep St. Mson  SPECIAL ATTENTION  Thn Hnpply Ih Hi.iil.o_., ho call early iind oxitniino this ,sto-k.


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