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 WAR EAGLE COMPANY CENSURED  BY   THE   COEONEE'S   JURY.  ^'4^  Rossland, May 20.���Tn the War Eagle  disaster inquest the jury returned a verdict at 9.30 last evening as follows:  1st. We find tliat the deceased came  to tlieir death by the skip falling to the  bottom ol' the shaft, which was caused  by the slipping of a bolt out of its position, and that the machinery iu question was defective, inasmuch as safety  pins should have been inserted in all the  bolts to protect the nuts of said bolts.  2nd. In view of the fact that curtain  defects took place previous to the present  accident we are of the opinion that men  should not havo been permitted to ride  on the skips until such time that the  machinery was perfected beyond a reasonable doubt.  ���'h'd. Wo jire also of the opinion that a  daily report should be made by the engineer-in-chief as to the working order of  the machinery, and that this rule should  be strictly enforced.  ���1th.' AVe would also strongly recommend that a certified mechanical and  electrical engineer should be appointed  to examine all mining machinery in operation.  5tli. We would further recommend  that tho government should appoint several mining inspectors, as in our opinion  the duties imposed on the present ono  are greater than he can perform with  satisfaction, and it is further recommended that a resident inspector should  be appointed at least for this important  i miuing section.  0th. That the practice of employing  uncertified engineers for technical positions of responsibility in tlie mines of  this province, which has heretofore prevailed, i.s to be condemned, and that in  future the strictest rules should be enforced, and that if the present mining  act be insufficient for this purpose it be  amended at the next meeting of the  legislature.      _           How the Ministers Stood.  Victoria, May 20.���Since attorney-  general Martin set the fashion of reveal- |  ing cabinet discussious his colleagues appear to have become less reticent, aud  now the veil is lifted from another scene.  It seems that when the eight-hour law  enforcement came up minister Cotton  warned his colleagues that this would be  a rash step and likely to lead to serious  results. He appealed to Semlin if this  was  not his view, no doubt  sure of his  SATURDAY MORNING, MAY  27,  18��>��).  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;   WEEKLY. $_.  LOCAL AND MINING NEWS FROM  ADJACENT   TOWNS   AND CAMPS.  "��_*w8*t$iiJ��^  y -;#^ft&i#.^^  * ��_%hff$lnt^^fsgn1iin^  "���" $v6$ii{$fiptfv$!tffi\3& i^'h^luidhiot  > yg'i"y"h\] *-i;leYii-_{fcttejr ^ii^iflsrTi'tii.ii'.. Shine.  " ,Sip^^d?xyo4^iatioji\i\_��^fe-'-\ve-n ttiip coh-  ��� _fii.c'ti-iigdnt��-i;eSts, and-he. toft appealed t;o.  '."Sou.ljiin, .bTit av!thout result,, .AVhereupon  .fbfine jjrofessecl- that many miners would  �� 7rather w$i_c ten liotTi%���tlia_a>t.Q ;lj��, *Q tlieir  wlbg-Sisfidji'-<_$ but tlfiit'Mie, I'ibdr organ-  l^U-ions of\ the '^QaJ. tn appeared to force  ���."the hand's __*_; .tlie: ���gdycrAiiheut), This  bt'ougjifa" a declaration feoin McKechnie,  president ftfthc5.i-6iyi.eiT, that he was the  ino.u-il9.ipi_-- of the Kanaiiuo miners'  ;ui,i ioii,yaud didn'fr care, who 'kjlew it.    lie  "*\\.vs fb_�� enforcing the eigTitdiour Ta\v.  Premier, SeinTin h&ld the balance of power  but lie AvOultl riot use its and Mai'tin's :re-  \ inark tiiatj ''WcMl eight, hours goes from  the 12th of June/' settled the question.,  i. ��� YY-pj^'e Bicycle g_r*ust Breaking.  Kbw i-"6RK, May 20;,���More dissensions  luiVe arisen in the Cycle trust and threatens to disrupt that giant combination.  ^\rl-^YtlurfThn?lrocl or more manufacturers of bicycles and bicycle parts gave  options oil their plants to A. G*. Spauld-  ing to June 1st, it was understood that  such plants as were accepted by him  Were to be paid for in cash at that time.  Scores of manufacturers came to this  city last week With the expectation of  .���Josing their deals with the manager of  the trust. They Were more or less indignant xvhep they were requested to extend tlieir options, to August 1st.  ft now develops that several of them  ntatle deterininod protests against ���delay,  and. at least one of tho biggest jnakers in  the combination refused flatly to rciioAV  h\}i option. More than this, the opposition to the trust that was led originally  liy li. Ts CofemHiij wivs revived ancl now  threatens to develop more strength .than  it at first possessed.  It will be remembered that after tlio  incorporation of the American Bicycle  Company with a capital of $80,000,000,  Coleman, Avho had previously incorporated the. International Vehicle Manufacturing Company, a much smaller capitalization, surrendered. Ml*. Coleman said yesterday tliat lie was now out of the trust  for good, having positively refused to  extend the option on his plant.  ocean-going steamers of a Cleveland (inn.  The vessels started on tho cruise through  the great lakes, but navigation closed  when they reached Valleylield, near  Montreal. They remained there iu the  ice through the winter and while waiting  I'or the spring thaw to renew their cruise  the chartering company failed. When  navigation opened tho Cleveland owners  attempted to obtain control of their ships  and.did recover live.  The Helvetia, the sixth, is commanded  by captain Marx, who replenished his  stock of ammunition when .notified that  the ships wore to return to Cleveland.  He has fortified himself aboard and absolutely refuses to surrender. All efforts  initiated by Great Britain and Canada,  iind by the United States have failed to  capture the ship. Secretary Hay called  the matter to the attention of secretary  Long this morning, and it iioav seems  probable that a warship must bo sent to  the St. Lawrence to assist the Cleveland  owners in recovering possession. Captain Marx says that he has no guaranty  tliat the Ncav York Transportation Company is insolvent and lie i.s holding the  ship as security for the payment of betAveen $500 and $000 which he claims is  due him.  Ontario's Legislation Hurts Them.  AVashington, May 20.���The department of state has referred to the treasury department the arrangement of a  plan to protect the interests of the  United States with respect to the lumber  difficulty with Canada and a decision  from secretary Gage is expected very  soon. The treasury department lias uoav  tAvo courses open, both being retaliatory.  The first is the preparation of an amendment to the tariff act, largely increasing  the duties on lumber and forest products  imported into the United States from  Canada. There is possibly another  course. A section of the Dingley act  authorizes the United States government  in.cases where countries impose export  duties, to add tlie equivalent.to sucli export duty to the import duty on such  goods coming to the United States.    The  FRICTION IS ON THE INCREASE  OVER   CANADIAN   ISSUES.  KOOTENAY MINES AND MINING  London, 31 ay 27.���The morning papers  discuss the most prominent feature of  the Anglo-American commission with an  apparent desire to pacify both Canada  and the United States.  The Daily Chronicle says: "The whole  boundary dispute is small, but there is  much reason to fear that the lumber  quarrel is the cause of friction.  Both sides appear to be thinking of perpetual retaliation and  reprisals. Such a state of things is full  of evil. The"commission affords an opportunity to give and take. It is urgent  that a settlement should be effected.  Should this fail and should theNicaragns  arrangement fail also, a very unpleasant  relation might ensue. A return to any  unfriendly temper betAveen the tAvo  branches of the Anglo-Saxon race would  be a disaster to eA*ery one, and aboAre all,  to Canada herself."  o The Daily Mail says: "It is qbAriously  unfair for the United States to expect  the British empire to do all the giving  and America to do all the taking. That  is a form of diplomacy to Avhieh Ave are  painfully accustomed in dealing with  certain poAA'ers. What America seeks is  an annulment of the Clayton-Bulwer -  treaty, and Canada presses for a decision  regarding the Alaskan frontier, which is  of vital interest to her. If arbitration  can anywhere be employed here is the  place, and no opposition to it Avould come  from Great Britain or Canada, for Ave are  confident of the justice of our claims."  ytldhrj: fDiid  ''^"gPyA's]  ,_#h^iife��S,._vn"^  .Ihiblt;ive'-,._!,'xpnorfi����!ta^.; �� .��� If tlii_. vie.*vvv'is����  ;.sdttnd, tlie,treasury has* already at^liafict  the measure, of 'ra-aiiutit>ii4.t:seeJ-S^iiJ^th-  sliape of ah. qiider prolyTbiiiiugthe lingo rt-  atioh of Canadian Togs, into the ;Tj|ni|ed'"  States, Avhicli .wftuicl bear very IreSyily  upon the other provinces in Canada..o.ut-  side ofV0nta-pp, '    '''".-'_." ]  '��     "  The Pope Resents the Slight.  Rome, May 26.���Cardinal Rampolla,  papal .secretary of state, has advised M.  Tcharikoff, the Russian minister resident  at the Vatican, temporarily to abstain  from seeking audience Avith the pope,  aa*1io is most deeply hurt by his exclusion  from representation in the peace conference. Accordingly, the minister, having  communicated the state of affairs to his  goA'ernment, has been instructed to leaA'e  TT_nH��       .PI" m'n,Pn 'n   ��� ������  ifl D Ifi--'  n D P,   * n_ '  Rpnie;a"f^;.��*srs;Y|iioiit  YMIR   DISTRICT.  Another company with its head ofiice  in Yinir lias been incorporated, viz., the  Delight Gold Mining Company Limited,  with a capital of $.00,000 in two million  shares of 25 cents each. The properties  are the Delight, Calgary, 'Woodstock and  Atlantic mineral claims, situated ou  Toad mountain. William Baker has  been doing assessment Avork on his mineral claim the Great Western up Porcupine creek. During the past Aveek there  has! been considerable dealings in 'local  stocks, especially in Monarchs and Dun-  dees. Another mining broker is opening  au office here���John Carrol avIio is favorably known all OArer the camp. The first  outfit for the development of the Big  Horn group leaves town this Aveek.  Tavo carloads of concentrates from the  Ymir mine have been shipped to the  Nelson smelter.  Oh the Mabel claim, one of the Eric  mountain group, an 8-foot ledge has been  uncoA-ered, and on the Guildford, an adjoining claim where the ledge is ten feet  in width, a tunnel is being started to  strike the ledge in about fifty feet.  A. J. McMillan and C. O. Lalonde luwe  returned from their A'isi't of inspection to  the Black Cock mine and express them-  sel\res as highly satisfied Avith all they  saw.- Phil White, superintendent of the  Broken Hill Company, operating the  Wilcox group, Avas in toAvn this .morning  and -reports that the recent rich strike in  the Fourth of July claim is showing up  AArell, and improves Avith further develop-  ment.  $f)00.000 and the insurance about $300,-  000. For several hours the fire's progress  was unchecked. Insiiflicient water supply, a long term of dry weather, and a  brisk gale contributed to cause a. conflagration which for a time threatened  annihilation to the wooden district where  it originated. ���  The   flames   spread   to   the   wharves  along St. .John   river, where much   damage was done, but the   general   course of  the   conflagration  was  away   from    the  riA'er.    At   ~> o'clock  the  destruction of  several buildings on Main street  by  the  use of dynamite stayed   the  progress of  the flames along  tlie  line  of  the  street  raihvay, and   the   firemen were  able   to  direct   their  efforts more particularly to  the district north of-Iain street and   including the blocks of dwellings  bounded  by  Victoria,  Metcalf, Bridge, Holly, Cunard and Albert streets.    The  spread of  the flames Avas soon stopped and  all the  evening the ruins gradually burned  out.  The area, burned over comprises fifteen  blocks  or  portions   of   blocks,  and   the  buildings destroyed, 150.  The district ravaged by the fire Avas  composed of tenement houses and probably 1000 persons are homeless, a majority of them siiiloring people.  Tavo deaths are to be set cIoavii to the  fire. Miss Cunard, an aged lady residing  on Holly street, Avas burned in her house,  and Mrs. Arnold MoAvery, avIio resided ��,  short distance from the scene, died from  the shock.  SM_"'TehM'il�����5:  Cu-  (jubans" Will Retain 'Their Arfess"  HAVANA,* Ifay |0;���Two huudi.*-d  bans, of the comniand" of general Mayia  Rodriguez, neJiir M��w'i-i,ii6> haye dispersed,  after resoTviiigVndt to take him $"75 pel:  ljian ofl-ered by the United'SBates "government. Soine. of tliein sold their, arms  and others, took them tp their homes.  T-legrams from; dilferent points say tlie  Cuban.ariiry in the pr-ov.__.e_ aVUT fftlloAv  suit, declining to give tip7ai.ni_ or t6 accept American money., Acc'drding tq  these reports; the. goA'ernniei-it employes  Avill contribute a percentage of their sal-  ._l_rJ._$__nwQi:de.^  amount equal to  that offered   by   the  United .States.  Captain Defies Two Nations.  Washington, May 26.���The officials of  the state department are iioav engaged  upon the strange case which they are  trying to unravel by diplomacy, but  which threatens to require the services  of a man-of-Avar before a solution is  reached. It does not involve complications Avith ii friendly nation, but is an  instance of the independent spirit Avhieh  sometimes animates citizens of this republic. .:        ,.-.���' ,.  . Last fall the Atlantic  Transportation  company ot   Noav~ York   chartered   six  Spanish Gfarrison Evacuates.  Madkid, May 26.���The minister of Avar,  general Polavieja, has received a dispatch  announcing the evacuation of Zambeitnga  on the island of Mindanao, by thd Spanish garrisou. The dispatch further said  that as the Spaniards had declined to  assent to the 1. iripino's doiiiands tliat the  arins and munitions of Avar should be  .surrendered with the city, lighting ensued, the Spaniard., snlfering some loss.  Tlie dispatch adds that the natives continue bitterly .opposed to the idea of  American annexation, and that the conquest of Mindanao \Vill prove to be a  tough, task.  ^^  Base-all Games Yesterday,  Chicago 0, Washington 2.  Louisville 0, NeAV York 8.  Pittsburg 7, Philadelphia 5.  Cincinnati ���(),. Boston 6.  Syracuse 7, Hartford 1.  Rochester 10, Worcester 2.  Milwaukee 8, Buffalo 0.  Kansas City 10, Columbus 6,  Minneapolis 9, Indianapolis 3.  Detroit 10, St. Paul 5.  Cleveland 9, Baltimore 12.  St. Louis .3, Brooklyn 3. Game called  at the end of the 12th innings on account  of darkness.  Canadian Members of the Committee.  Grand Rapids, Michigan, May 26.���  The standing eomniittes \Arere announced  at today's conference of the international  Y. M. C. A. John Penman of Paris,  Ontario, is a member of the business  committee. R. B. Noble of Petrolia,  Ontario, of tho deArotional committee, and  Walter.P. Alford of Winnipeg, of the  committee ���"on associations.  '^^h^"^vd^d^^t^]ciipn^  .. ^.iXOTi^l^Mhy5' 20|^^e^^|5i|!i*Y_ T,. _  7ses��tO;J^ave.4JeHabi:clninfo.M  uiajojity" of'��"Marfin% "eblTeapves-Hw tlie  cabinet haye d^eXiicljegC��tluit he ltnjst^p&lgii.  or be dis1nlssletliV It states; ��t.liat *!-_ie_'_:is_.  _ unconcealed; eninlifcy IpetWeeii Mar tin .and  Cotton and that tlie foi'hffe'r's equally nu-  . concealed opinion  that SeuiTin is ijot fit,  to he liis lea-lei^ ,is,!bi_ii'gXri'g;ab,@ut a crisis.  ' '_.���WQ.^OE-"iP^oM^oi���al^'(,:������3.Jss  Vic_QftiAr May 2&^ti_uTer "p-ovkfens  of licit passed at the session of the legislature giving authority for the- aippoint-  uien t of tAvo qiieeh's counsel before June  SO.-t'li iii eacli ��� year, this honor haf t>eeu  conferred oil -^Vlex. Henclersf^ii,���M. P- !('���,  New Westiuinsteiv aucl A. L. Belyea, the  defeated government candidate in Victoria. ��� I  Columbia's Pirst City Council.  ���Coi;u_iuia.,  May  26,���The   first  civic  election held in the city of Columbia took  place   today, and   resulted   as follows;  '-.Tayoi^GhaTiTe^^  nien, P. C. McArthur, Angus L. McDonald, C. W. R. Wnstell, IS. L. Beer, Charles  Cusson and Joshua Anderson.  The Convered Jew is Contrite.  Minneapolis, May 26.-^Hermau Wars-  zaAviak, the coiiA'erted JeAV. expelled two  years ago, for alleged gambling by the  session, of the-Fifth'Avenue church of  New. York, Avill haA'e to go to the Ncav  York synod for relief. The judical com:  mitte appointed by the Presbyterian  Assembly to hear the matter, recommended that the judgement.of the synod  ,be ....reyersed _��� j.iiMso���. ifai^.onjy��� ^ aso, ^tjie,  A New Broad Jump Record.  New York, May 26.���The tAvcnty-  fourth annual ineetiiig,under the auspices  ofthe Inter-collegiate Athletic Association began this afternoon on Mauhattan  Field, Avliere it Avill be concluded tonior-  i'oav. The track and infield AArere in  splendid order for good performances,  and the Aveather Avas delightful. The  semi-finals Avas in the running broad  juinp,: and A. C. Kraeii/dein, Avas the one  avIio did* the trick, covering 21 feet i]  inches. There was some doubt as to  Avhether his jump was a Avoiid's record,  but "Father Bill" Curtis dispelled this by  SoeiiitionSi 'sy!yy  Death of anYHonored Mason.  Nkw York, May 26.���James H. Ditr-  and,fornierIy grand luastor of tlie NeAA*  Jersey grand lodge of Master Masons,  died today in Jersey City. Durancl, Avhen  officiating nt the Scottish Rite consistory  oh-Monday evening,  AV'as striken   with  apoplexy.      ______________  Vincent M. Porter Dead.  NIAGARA Falls, New York, May 20.���  Vincent M. Porter, one of the city's best  knoAvn and wealthiest men, died today.  He is survived by a widow, who was  formerly Miss Ivirkpatrick of Toronto,  niece cjf ex-iieutoiiaiit-goverlior Kirkpatrick.  ^___.   A Spanish General Dies.  Manila, May 26.���Tho Spanish general  Montero, Avhile on the Avay hither with  the Spanish .garrison from Zambouga, in  the steamer Leo XIII, died of avouikIs  received in an engagement Avith Filipinos.  The Paris May Go to Pieces.  CovKiiACK, Com wall, May 20.���The  wind has A'eered to the eastAvard.tonight.  There'is a heavy sea-on and the Paris is  rolling heavily, and tlie chances of saving  the liner are greatly lessened.  Deputy Attorney-General Will Attend.  Victoria, May 20,���Justice Drake  leaA'es tonight for Nelson to take the  assi/.es. The croAvn will be represented  by deputy attorney-general MacLoan.  -;    The Plague Reaches- Alexandria.',  ..'���Alkxa'ndhia,   Egypt,   May   20.���.Four  cases of tho   plague   have been   reported  here. ��� '    . . -'������-   , 7  .'."case-is :reuiaiyd.ed"to the $^ii(xfct��H)p. -ijigg-y  \ aeed^d"w,iih: kc,kd'i:d]in:g lo. the " i^eMiods".  " ivlid^ ifecxuii{pme-i"it"sn".bf tj.tei.coiistitutlliji.;". _ tut"  L^egpeetJ "'to* thif Sfieni(-)i'ial," "Of tlieYYl'if'th.  iiyeuue" cluircit, lisklttg,that the* <c��o!__" T3e"  sent back to tliftt7chuTcl5j tjie  -ominittee j  .rep*ortBd that; it Avas.pot AvitTiip. its a*u-  ^ibiity todecidesueh-a ihat'texvIpiit left  "it to ��f3he a^seinbly -\\-Jiieh lik$ ��� dpi yet  ������acted-.* ��� ��  Gpyernor Piiigrfee' Tiirifed Dewri.  LA'kgiMG,. Mtehigaii, Mcty 20.-��'GoAH.-*uor  Piiigree's -message to the legislaturei, in  wlVieh he took .issue A\litlV.tl.e" report of  -lie minority of tlie committee *\*$iich iii���  A'estigated the: expenditui'e of Michigan's  war fund, has becnYrejeeted fey that  body. He assumed responsibility for the  expenditures and, justified them on tlie  ground that tlie soldiers were entitled to  the best to be; had, The message reflected  on   tlie motive avIucIi prompted  _th.e_in'.in'ol'ity SpeaJcei!_Ada-U_-.prQinjjt'ly^  ruled the* message out of order on the  ground that, tbe ���governor should simply  give tlie legislature"iiiiforination by mes^  sage of the condition of the state and rc-  eouiiuend such measures to them tis he  shall deem expedient."  Boors Don't  Like Chamberlain.  Bkiillv, May 20.��� The AlTgemehie  Zei-  ofphp- _3al]^";T^e&p>i|1r "i^"^!_9i'e>'"Hifeie.i  ; .says-}; "<?Perfp6^ "-p.rosj!)ee,feT teilchef'-��igh"7j  wiiter n.i'ar]v .to&ay= "Avheii" "the- "C,Q��i3n|<?nrG,i.ic5_i  foifud7ituieTf face io.&ce.A\-itli�� n.i']_)itr{M4^i"j  ;"in",a |pi?aetigjt'bfe>,a:iid ag'dfepfoi'T31e|o:ftn!, "aitd-  .-.as. - iv. j^e'.'iil-tn^ii.t.iy-teri"(a^Ohjd��Va,diiS^Ve:  m-ent. 'This- hdnoiyi& mkikly1 'dlfe^o-'-sb-  .Xul'lai.; Paiihcef^fe. �� Wiieii niem'bii's -pf:  the? iii'bi .ration, sectferrjiad Ti:|ii��hed "re;_#.  Wg tll(#. Rjissian lii'O^osals on,-^te.si-ib|eqfc/  sir JiiJia1ifee.xpij-SSed7liis ���cpiyi.t.'lej. 0 "i. jSpiYo--  Val ol tlipu, '.Ut Sivld, it vj'otiHi'TJoa.gi^ef*t  pity if "thp .conference failed to employ  the prin'bip^e.of arbibrcct'ion��� in sonie per*  nianent gl^a-po.. -' -���.    ���   Still Hopeful for a SettTeMeiii.  Loxnojs, ]%Iay 2(1��� The AVaahington  cori/espoii'deiit, Of the Londoli: Post Sa.yg:  " IVani informecf tliat the sta-fiemexits represented' that state cTepmrtmeiit off.ic.ials  have ref|bQt.tccT the boun/huy dispute as  hopc;l_S.Sj are ''absolutely ���raitr.no. The ad-  niiiiistratiO-ii has been, exceedingly an-  aioyetl=by^-_]ie=sta*ternent*=an-tl:=h'opos=tTTa,fcr  no credence \vill be given to iieA*,*spa])er  articles circulating tile ruinorf-. Both,  president McKinley and ..ecrutary May  liope that sir Julia 11 Pitiinceftite Avill ^return to "Washington Avitli such instructions from, lordS.'l Jis bury As Avill Insure  the .settlement of -ihattors.  KASLO.  There was a big Avashout on the Kaslo  Sc Sloean RailAvay Wednesday niglit at  Ten-mile. The excursion train from Sandon which Avas to return to that place at  12 o'clock that night ran into it and the  engine was throAvn off the track. After  it was put on the track again tho train  hail to back into Kaslo. A gang was immediately sent out to repair tho damage  and tho train was able to leaA*e again  Thursday afternoon. The gravel Avas  washed away from under the track for a  considerable piece and in another place  the track Avas covered.  At a meeting of the police commissioners held yesterday John Chapman ..was  appointed chief of the Kaslo police to  succeed Marsh Adams. His duties commence on June 1st.  Another gang of men under smweyor  MaxAvell left town at midnight Thursday.  They Avould notdi\rulgo tlieir mission or  destination. They Avent on the Kaslo &.  Slocan railway.  F. J. Hill of the "WhitoAvater mines returned from Nelson Avhere he has been on  business during the pastten days.  Tlie members ofthe Kaslo   rifle  eom-  Jpany received their uniforms  Thursday,  and are iioaa' busy trying them on.  YMIR.      ���  The gold commissioner has given instructions for the bridge across the Salmon riA'er to be railed on both sides, iu  order to insure the safety of pedestrians  and others on dark nights.  The Salmon riArer has risen considerably and yesterday the Chinaman's  bridge was SAvept away.  There are a lot of iioav faces about the  toAvn, and there i.s a general tone of improvement all round.  The plant for the Avater\\-orks system  arrived yesterday, consisting of pipes, hydrants, etc., in all one carload. The force '  of men employed by the companj^ are  busy this morning diggingthe ditches for  the pipes iu the lane betAA'een First and  Second avenues, toAvards Fir street.  The Pending Reservoir Claim.  When the Nelson City  Land and Tmr  prcrvement.Company requested  the city  to "pay  $0150  for the land expropriated  for, and alleged to lmve been damaged byY;;  the  city's reservoir,  alderman  Fletcher Y  denounced   the  demand   as   " the   most Y  barefaced   attempt    at 7 blackmail 7thatp  tung of Mtiuich, in speaking of the forth  coming conference between sir Alfred  Milncr, I, ritish Jiigli Coiiimiissioiior for  South AiVicM, and representatives of the  South African" republic at Blocnifontein.  capital of the Orange Free State, sa.V�� ���"  "So loilg as'.Joseph' Clia;iiiberlain, the protector of i.)r. Jameson, is iij chiirge of the  Britisli Colonial office the .representatives"  of the Transvaal Avill enter on these deliberations Avith suspicion. The settlement of those disorders in the Transvaal  is urgent, however, regardless of the intrigues of the gold speculators.  Presbyterians Will Go it Alone. .  MiNNi-Ai'OtJ.s, May 26.���in the Presbyterian assembly yesterday D. AV. 0. lass of  Baltimore caused a surprise by introducing a resolution advocating a conference  of all evangelical! churches, including the  .Roman Catholic, to discuss a harmonious  arrangement and distribution of foreign  missions. It was refeated, without debate, by an overwhelming\rote. This may  be taken to mean that whatever action  the other churches may take tho Presbyterians "will not enter into any arrangement for a division ofthe mission field.  St.. John Swept by Fire.  St. John, New Brunswick, May 26.-A  fire that broke out in a building, adjoin?  ing the general wai'ehousoof l'..iVase k.  Sons, Main street,, north, end, yesterday  afternoon did enormous damage. A lead-,  ing  underwriter   estimates   the'.loss  at  Some Good Billiard playing.  N".i-\v Y<>i,U\, May 26. -The second night  ..in. the f(!ilr��h<Util('d ..professional billiard  Hiateli at throe cushion caroms, I'estilted  tonight in a victory for "W'vtanl" Srtxae*  for and AAY 0, TUiiTJ,_o.n of; Chicago, who  scored Oii points against ;">.. for ''Napoleon" Fi'Ojioh JvesMlid .John A. Thatch or.  This gave them the match, their total  score being 12*"i U> 100 for the other  game. Harrison was the star of the  night's .game, anil his individual score  showed ..5 pointe to his credit against 8 .  for Ives, 2�� foi Slmofur tuicl 22 for  Thatcher.   China's Military Bluff.  Loxuo.v, May 27. -The Shanghai correspondent of the Daily Mail1 says: " Orders have been issued from l.'ekin directing the viceroys and governors  of the neighboring provinces to  put all their forces on a Avar footing, owing to tlie arrival of six Italia.) warships  in San Mun harbor. It is thought also  that the Chinese propose to tlrrve the  Cerniaus from Shan Tung peninsula.  _?fe, ^everal-.otliei7*bidd:Ir]?^m'^^ie^s-  '* JI-M huiMdhiJg A^EMi^-'olt^^^d^  and '_t. A, BigeloA^.o-^fe^teji::. Ti^;@!^Y  tity of .'l.t,u)i:ber ,an:iOiin,ts t.p ���sdme-s'8(jiQ$/t)Qyy  -feet,, .aiid is to,T.e:.deliveiX^if^lTteiS'f^^*  Eugene' siding., jtbotit "tAyeiify" ^hien^eYIf:.  h���oav employed at i\te^ cOiipehtra(^xyki]te'f^,)  e-jteavating' for-- tlfteJ :f01u)da.i0i:i: 4f-,W\^<;  mill, -     ...   ���' ������'������      ' ������."  y  ���  .-���".*Y|>il*i  IfigT_.-Piip.e.d Mud, Plkls:  If i'liiuoi' is correet-��ai.rd the I'lihiOt5  coines from city olTieials���-t^Velve hundred dollars of the money fciiiit As to. be  raised by selling eleetrie light debentpijes  is to birptwn  to the owners  electric  W  Met Death Instead of Service.   .  Coi.oxc;.:,   May   20. ��� Two physicians  were arrested here   today   on   charge  of  assisting  men   to escape  conscription   in  (hearniy by administering pills lo   thorn-  which   caused   palpitation   of the   heart.  Four of tho meu.Avho (<iok  tlie'pills'  died  frqin th(i'elTc('ts. ''Suspicion was.a roused,  aiidiin in ve'stigiition was'begun, and  the  arrests folloAved.  the inucT  flats at the elect-'i.c light dam. If the  portion of the hind flats'used by the cfty  were put up at auction tomorrow they  would not bring fifty dollars. But  votes, can he had by promising to pay  the twelve hundred dolla'i's, just a,�� votes  were had last winter by firoinising all  sorts of men all sorts of jobs.  The City CoimpH _flops Agaiii.   AVheii IfIiu Jigiiiits fur the oAvner oi.  ad--  dition A put th tTieir elaiin for $2'f)6(J' for  their creek-bed lots, the riieinbeiv of the  city council wort: all but nriauiuious ill  tine opinion that it was an Jitfenipt to  hold up the city. Therji the lUeinbors of  the council were* talking for p:ubHcatioii.  Since then they have quietly decided tcv  pay $1,200 for lots which could not be  sold for $100. Tho di ll'erence between  $2000 and $1200 does not mark the difference betAveen a holdup and a business  proposition.  Dominion  Day  Celebration.  Manager Waterman and chief of the  fire department Thompson, spent their  idle: moment., yesterday in interviewing  a few of those Avho want to see Dominion  Day celebrated at Nelson in tlie usual up-  to-date, way. They report tlie following  additional subscriptions:  I'roviouslj- TCporlcd.  Tumor, lieoton &Co.  Thorpe  & Co.  .AI.iry.AIuI.tlc ...  Klondyke Hotel.  John llloiul'i'i-K .  U-ikevlew Hotel:  ��� Total....'-...'.  ...$ SOO  ...    100  50  ...       SO  ,..    so  ...  -  50  ...      50  .,.��1150  Threatens to Eesign.  The chairman of the public works committee, if he  is  correctly  reported,  will  resign office if the money bylaws are not  1 endorsed by the ratepayers.    That Avould  J be a calamity to the city. 2  THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON, B. C.   SATURDAY, MAY  1 Sfl9  We arc showing* a very large assortment of parasols rang-ing jn price  from 50 cents to $7.50. Call iu and see them. Our White Duck  and Linen Suits arc going fast. A full line of Men's Linen Hats.  Just  the  thing* for  hot  weather.  A. FERLAND * CO.  Kliol. Uloel;. U:il;i;r Street, Nelson  Garden Tools  A COMPLETE LINE JUST ARRIVED  PROM EASTERN MARKETS  Nelson Hardware  Baker Street, Nelson.  Co  TURNING   OUT  AVe arc turning out a gre'it number of men's outfits, for the reason  ili;it our suits fit and arc well made. AVe handle evcrytliing of tlie  liest and sell at close prices, if you want a iicav spring suit, hat, tie,  ������hoes, underwear, collar,, shirt, .suspenders, or socks, inspect our slock  and Ijc convinced that we are Ihe people avIio can give you the most  good goods i'or (he least money.  J. F. WEIR  Sign of the Big- Red Hat  P. O. Box 103, Nelson, B. C.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS���Nelson   LoiIkc.   No,   2..,  Knighti, of Pythias, meets in I. 0. O. F. Hull,corner  Bilker and l-ootcnay streets, every Tuesday evening at  8 o'olock.   Visiting Knights conlially invited to attend.  C. KKKNCH. 0. C. fl. ftOSS, K. of-K.-.fc S.  NKLSON LODGE. NO. Kl, A. V. & A. M. Meets  second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  brethren invited.  PKOFESSIONAL   CAEDS.  AH.  HOLDICH���Analytical Chemist and Asnnyor.  Victoria direct.. Nelson.' __������  EW'AKT & CAKRIE���Architects.   Rooms 7 and S Ab-  erclucn block, Baker street, Nolson.    CANE���Architect.nnd  artist.   Brokenhill   Block,  next door to Nelson library.  H.  TOR  SALE.  POK,QRE_m  TWO six-room coting&.i-blfSali'mei5 gi:rq-^��l\aTF-logk���"  -west of .-ta.jl-j-'sto.rtf. i'8%X1^ ;  ion J ii ne 1_ t.   Apply'jtrj 'Altr. d Btin^r^pr/i'nlJuji _ jfl.fli.ee.  ' _��,".��f!0<3"!Pt"''B Y ��� '   !"_"."'" v' "  s"   '  nJo fDlJ0WOl.n.T.  ;o ,    n    s_  A BUNCH of ten t--_fi._V_6y_-. nastec'rlngi $*i. .dcr  will be .mid foiYIvis-trouble on t'etiirniiig to Loliis  Lcve.Miiie, or to Tribiiiie^pijicb; Selsdjt  FOTl SAJLK���A niagiit__fccnJ;_impeKial,d'. Luke edition  Ridpafh's Iiistd.jYdfX^h'-i'.Sal "Ei(.eratvir-;".2;5.A'ql-*  mnns, morocco.   f'athY&r7i'nj.t-_nmpn|;.}.   I<*7 W7 .lJe.(,_o,",  room S, Turner & liob.c^h'"blockY        d ���  Daily Edition ���_,,...  VVkkklv Edition. .,,...  ���.,..���. ^'^i^i*-y__-if 3.5," 27  f,y,,. j$jppwivii$VA$in'MO. i$d.er,im\hl$%$Fa'n%  ^f^0^i^i^h0^-aj)p;eah ,-_*������ W_e !j.*aib0J0��|X'&i'4;  ^ifpils.'ofl-Ytia'rtiguhw pet of tlie ,fd.ilti!.,iix<-it__r':  :^7 "cis_fisi-t-.tl." Ifi'Opi.rty owners are almost  *��..-uinvniino'its ;i'n condenining it us au uu-  . ��� ^viss' expenditm-p ol money..   Thqy s&,yv  %h- thtj first place:, that the city buildings.  .{.-0   {I'lequat.   for  tho  present 'requir1--'  tormined to ask the ratepayers for the  privilege of spending thirty thousand dollars on extensions of the water works  system, the. city engineer had not' erven'.,  run a trial line to the point A\rhere it is  uoav proposed to*-divert AArater for the  supply. The council met and said we'll  spend thirty thousand dollars ori water-  ��� works; Avithout knowing Iioav they intended to spend it. The same is true of  the fifteen thousand dollars that they de-  _ eou;l|l^3fj..|'p'ent; .tO^i^dvantagfe, ���������aip.-tlie*s&i  ;;dpjfol?��,._feri,nQ'AYi.upAy.Y��� Y.���-"���."��� ��� 2 '" '?'-*.-��".��".  - ���T4i<!��j^_jeri|s'--��_i,eVer ^|ru|hfjjUi; Jfc 3rt.j_s-;<  .hai.It'll thecity .-"oififeial's. 'lire ..required ipy  d& blisihess". in   "one" dfixpe,,   ThkrO  ^xe  three   gQ.od-sy/.c,dz aoinfoi'.feiibte offices  in;  \ ���_!&'wJiy|l3Uildi!-g:.. ���Oue'in'.-vvl.iicl.i i%o eityy  klekk holds SWi-iy aiid-in ivhit'h the fidml:-  -il, ineets; one. in Avhioh the eity engineer  hag a dfisfc and; % drafting table, .and;  ^ntpleVrooj^i .iii: Avhieh tp, pongplt allv*\vh6;  shotfUl    ealj,    on  - Ijini;,    and    a    third'  in AVlUeli  the" hiayor   _ouIcl   hold  iSji-'  vote cOnsultatioiig wi'-h, the  eliairiilen ofs  eonlini ti_es it nppd be.    ri_lft_ room  is ah  large and as well .furnislied as is the 11lg.1v-  aud .dollars Would, not put up a building  that AA'Otikl be either sight] y or adequate  for a tOAV'M Often thoiusand people. The  same is true of the waterworks and electric light bylaAv... The .approval of these  by the "isttepayfers men lis that -hey are  iv-ilJiiYg that fo.'ty-fh'e thousand dollars  Shall be ,f('it.tcre<l .away oil nialcpshil'-  additionS and. altoi'atious that will be  found to be useless a year hence, l.'orty-  iive t3togsan(l. dollars' .siiuanclored now  lUea-u's. a tjtii'deu of taxation: for just  twenty ye.ir.rs_ to come.  jV^vYqi**. NI-KI-anus Inns had an iivter-  vieAV AVifch F. G. llines, the owTier of.'nkli-  tion A, AA-itli respect to his claim of $2000  for sonic fraeticnnil lots in the bed of Cotton wood Smith, ereek. The result of the  Ih'st interview AA*as that Innes came down  $800 in liis demand, if -mayor Neelands  and the members of the council show any  backbone there aa.11 be another $1000  ���knocked of the deinaiid, but if they are  afraid of losing votes for their needless  money bylaAvs they will probably mako  terms with eA*eryono aa'Iio can make a do-  maud betAveen uoav and Monday morning.  "Will the city council explain how they  intend to expend the forty-five thousand  dollars tliat' they are asking the ratepayers to alloAv them to borroAV? We  hear .much about a certain report made  by tho city engineer, but, that report  'does-not'give any data to.the ratepayer.  More: It can be .said.-without foar-.oL"  contradiction, that when tho council  do.  AVE AftE NOT ADVEUTISING  -FiSH!  G  This   season, i.  is  mot  necessary, everybody  kno-ws tliat our  Stock is Larger  and Prices Lower  Than Other1 Dealers.  Supftsmen  want  the  fees,    and   can  always  get It at  Thomson Stationepy Co., IS  __T__3__,SO_ISr,   33- G_  Influeneed  liy price alone in your <li'iig buying. Looking  well to (niality means satisfactory i .units��� means  securing the rom.ily that best TuMlls the purpose  for which you intemlcd if. 1'iirlfy, quality, satisfaction, are first considered here, lull, always a  price that makes the purchase an economical one.  A price -hrtt means i-omcthing to you. One package of our  room   of  the  Bank   of  Montreal,  .ire facts that  any   ratepayer can  agor ?  These  A'orify by visiting  the city  Minor is never truthful.  oil ices.  lie  TilK 'Vancouver Woi-Id, professed Lib-  oral, litis boon riiiiniug one of minister of  the interior Sifton's speeches tis a serial  for a month. Tho speech is a defence of  the oflicials in the Vukon���not the present oflicials, who apparently <lo~not  need to be defended, but the oflicials who  resigned some time ago, and avIio, without doubt, wore a.s corrupt a gang of  scoundrels as oA*er hold ollice in Canada.  But, then, that is the kind of people the  World   likes to work   for.  S BAY  COMPANY.  ��____!*  INCORPORATED 1670.  1670 1837 1899  THREE IMPOIfTAflT DATES  1670 Hudson's Bay Company incorporated.  1837 Our Gracious Queen, Victoria,  ascended the throne.  1899 May 24th, we all, prosperous,  happy and contented, unite in  celebrating her 80th birthday.  May you enjoy your holiday, your  picnic sandwiches, 'salads, pate de  foie gras, etc., and return on May  25th, better satisfied than ever to  homemade bread.  :   Memo:     You  "Hudson's   Bay  . ,<g-^>-c5^'C3.ei-^-eZis2-.?"&���^���s'-'S!'��� fii^x^ .^-3;,3;-^:��<,��!_ <s!-^z  (fig;^.^'-^ ty.^.^. *��:��:*��: @^%^ ^&^s-. ei^��^^��: *a-?:^  W  ^&-?^.-<^;'SL;^:^<^-:fZi��Z:��Z-^z&j.^-eS-(=:'  e?-e*.c=>-G2-  '.^������^-. -g: _?: ��:*��:��:-?:��:-?:-?:�����: g-ce*: S^^r^^^  vm  Men's Alpaea  Men's Straw  Men's Canvas  Men's Linen  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  S Tfjese goods are the proper thing for summer, nice and cool, all sizes and shapes f.  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  In Fedoras and Derby shapes, Fawn, Grey, Black and Brown, the newest  shapes and coloring's are now open for inspection.  otton  Blouse Waists  CRASH LINEN SKIRTS  WHITE PIQUE SKIRTS from $1.50 up.  DUCK SKIRTS  DENIM SKIRTS in blue and green  B  DUCK AND  DENIM  SUITS  in white, fawn, green, and blue  B  B  The above are the goods you need now.   Come and see them, buy S  them and enjoy comfort during the warm weather ^  To Yep trie in  "our establishtjientv  and  look aroi_nd>��  We always, have  the latest  styles In fo&t_year  to show you  We  would like  .n  rrtnkPi  your acq uaihtanc_  and introduce  you to our  SHOES  ros  0  AUBUUKKN JU.OCK.  Subscribe for shares in Pleasant  Valley Mines, Limited, Cariboo.  Mow is your chance, as only a  limited numb er w ill be placed on  ^l^fiei'e^^Kl-tvilPsoon be sold"  Apply to  Tiu'j'or & Uoeokh block, Nokon, 11. C.  C's     -P*   <J*  General brokeb.  A 7-i'Oom lions'. ..  A y-iiooul hotr.o ..  VV^o ll.'ivc a flue Jusnoi'lmqi'l. of Woolons ahvuy.s  on hiiu(I. d'oods nuulo' up at tint shorl.0,.t possible notico. As overytlung is kopt' mid ���nmilo  on tho promises, witisfaceioii is assurod..  H. M. VINCENT  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON  ARE Yen" ilMTO" ATM  OR DAWSON CITY?  Celery  Herb  Tea  will make one quart ol the best spring tonic on  the market, and is Unequalled Tor nil blond, liver,  stomach and kidney troubles, and the price is  25 'CENTS YYY  Canada Drug and Book Co.,  .   ;'      i_i_-ii"_-EiD_ -;'���  Corner linker and Stanley Strccte, Nelson. -   '  FOR RENT  FOR SALE  Ito.il estate in all parts of tlie olty.  LOANS  ..,�����  ... _G  r\ large Ijofiifding-houso doing ��ood  business., Oentrally located.  o_.-.use7���picks,..  should not fail to look at our line  of goods, \thich for qualities and  material cannot be beat.  INSUftANOK  NOTICE  f aacouvep Hardware Co., Ll  Importers, of Shell: and Heavy irardware.  3.1AUA & HAItXAliJ) fi-.OCK. .HAKKR $V,. XKI.SQN  O-EI-l.Ef-SIECOISrEI  During the, season wc will deliver Ice fl; privol.0 residences  and bushicsK houses daily in any  desired qua I iti liy at oasourahlo  prices!  Strae-ia_i Bros.  -.umbers, etc., Opera House Block, Nelson  Nelson Ifoh Works  MANUIfACTUKKlt- OK  -BNGINR-, ISOHjI-RS, SHAFTING., IRON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OF SIVO-RY RBSORIP _!iON  "Repairs promptly attended to,       P.O. BOX; 173;  GENERAL TEAMSTERS  If you are, call and get posted  on the White Pass and Yukon  route, which is the best, safest  and cheapest possible.  A. R. SHERWOOD  Baker street West, Nelson, B. V.  Will huy 125 by 120 feet at tlie  southwest, corner of Vernon  and 1'ark streets with Im  proveinenls. Ono of the best"  residences in Nelson. Terms:  $'2v500 cash; balance in six and  twelve months. Apply lo.Iolm  Houston,- Vornon St., Nelson..  Although tlio In nos i. Htmihoi* ���Rynd.icute  lots in Addition "A" are withdrawn froni  sale, wo still have a large list of residentm]  lots on our. list'.    Lots  in   Hume Addition.  GAMBLE & O'REILLY, Agents  Baker Street West. Nelson, IJ. C.  DRAYING and  EXPRESS  We have two big snaps in real estato  Call and get particulars.  Money to Loan  Agents for IWollor's Plate Glass and  Lloyd's Plate Glass Insurance.  J. t. 'VANSTONE,      R. H.-WILLIAMS,'  TMinos and Mining,'Stocks Customs Broker  ItKAL KSTATK AND ''GKiVJflHAL AGKNTS  JMerehandisc linulod to and from depots; bus  meets all trains anil boats. Special attention  given to the transfer of baegtigo. Off'oo and  stables on Vernon street, opposite The Tribune.  arsliaw  __.  AGKNTS FOR  The Imperial Oil Co.   Staitdard Oil Co,  Washington Brick ar-d Lin\e Go.  The H. W, rVjcNiell Co., Ltd., Canadian Ai*i%a-  cite Goal (Hard)  Dealers \i\  B  BON TON RESTAURANT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  .The only restaurant  in   the., city  employing* only white cooks.  Merchants' lunch   from   12   to   2  ���o'clock,  25 cents..    Dinner from 5  toY8,Y; 'Short"orders Vat; all   hours.;  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles    St.   Barbe,    Agent.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BIIKWJ-KS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lager Beer,  Ale and Popter  I'ronvpt anil regular  -   delivery, to the trade.  Brewery at Nelson. ���  SMS5Y .-':������ THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1800.
BankofMontreal
Capital,
Rest,
all paid
up.     -
$12,000,000
6,000,000
Until STItATHCOXA AND  AIT. KOYAL. President
Hon. GKO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-President
K   3. OLOUSTON .....General Managor
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, W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.
THE BANK OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
NELSON
Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters
of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atlir*, B. C, ar.d
Dawson City, Yul^on, District.
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DRAFTS ISSUED    COr.I.KCTIONS MAI'lK;  KTO.
SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.
CUKKENT KATK OF INTEREST PAID
A   FORTY-TWO   KNOT   YACHT.
Tho contract lias just been signed for
the building of the fastest boat in the
world. Samuel Ayers & Son, whose shipyard i.s at.Nyack, will build a combined
torpedo boat and pleasure yacht for
Charles lt. Flint, the millionaire and member of tho New York Yacht Club.
Charles D. Mosher is the designer. The
boat will have a guaranteed speed of
forty-two knots an hour, and within
three days could be transformed into the
most dangerous torpedo boat afloat.
Mosher is the designer of the famous
Ellide and other fast boats. The Ellide
has a record of nearly forty miles an
hour, and is the fastest yacht in American waters. Mr. Flint's ambition is to
own a boat that will not only beat the
Ellide, but will be faster than any other
boat of any description in the world.
Designer Moslver says that lie AA'ill produce such a boat. Ayers & Son built the
Ellide, and they will lay the keel this
Aveek for the new flyer. She "will be completed Avithin a year.
The yacht will be 135 feet long, twelve
fo'efc six inches beam, and four feet
draught. She will have twin sci-cavs and
quadruple engines of 12,000 horse-power.
The boat will be built mainly of nickel
steel and bronze.
Designer Mosher is given carte blanche
. as ton expense. V Mr. Flint -'wants a^wprld^
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jiojidi*,    ThpVe" will be "a prow's fti. itfte's^ a
'gkildy-f, Oj,l*)"ilot-hotise pus! bfudgej" ai■beali-."
iyfirl saloon and' "k large statj.rooiii.   lit,
^.e^notliirig is to bevi-ft tii\de_iired''a& a
pleasiire craft, yet  tlie "h'Okh is: so designed that in an ehiei-geiicy it" eau be eou-
Vt/rted into the fastest and most da-ngor-
■p.us torpedo   boat in    tlie   World,    The
*A*i-ible fSrVval'd poftioli of tlie deck  and
pilot-lidilse. is so constructecl that it can
be  readily removed, aiid replaced by a
__turtie-back aiid tAvo^cOviniug towetg.jjiio^,
at either end, aild both fitted' wit.li inde-
lieiident ..tearing geaiv The armainent
will cionsist of _wo 1 _-__.<_._ aiitoniobile
torpedo -ul)6s. one being at the stem aiid
another abaft tlie forward! conning tower.
Tliere will also be one 6-ineli vapid-lire
gun on each ofthe conning towers and
two l-poiindef rapid-firiiig guiis on either
side of the deck ahiidshiiis. This wlil
giA'e the Flint boat a higher power battery than has over been fitted oii a tor-
pedo boat of her class. The United
States government is actively interested
in the hcav boat.
would exhibit only flattened surfaces,
and the stout would overflow into space.
The corset is an integral part of woman."
Bachelor Life Expensive.
Bachelor life in the fashionable  world
of England   is .very   little   less expensive
than   wedded   bliss  and   responsibilities.
It is not sufficient for  the smart  unmarried man to return hospitalities by sending round silver dishes full of sweetmeats
at Christinas, or spasmodic gifts of flowers; he  must also  do his  share in  entertaining.    For  this,   restaurant life is responsible.    It  is  impossible  for  him   to
plead in  excuse that  he has not a house
Avhen  there are  so  many  public  rooms
which will answer his purpose; and, then,
he is also expected to provide tickets for
the opera or plays.    Lord  Wilton entertained quite  as splendidly  as a bachelor
as he  has done  as  a married mail;  and
lord  Rosebery and  his neAV son-in-law,
lord Crewe, as widowers, have also done
great  hospitable  things.    The  duke   of
Marlborough's   bachelor   apartments   in
Mount street were sufficiently luxurious
for him to retain and find them useful as
a married man: and there are many Hats
in   Mount  street and  other fashionable
bachelor quarters where the rooms are so
luxuriously  planned  that they  are  far
more suggestiAre of a boudoir than the ordinary bachelors' chambers.    These meu,
too,  spend a  great deal  upon dress; and
their toilet-tables Avould be a revelation
to  people who suppose that-vanity and
extravagance are confined to the fair sex.
London Bankers Make the Loan.
Neav York, May 26.—In banking circles it is reported tho heAV Japanese loan
of £10,000,000 will be issued next Aveek iu
Loudon at 90 and 4 i_er cent interest by
the Parr Bank, Limited,-the Yokohama
Specie Bank,:tlie Iloug Kong & Shanghai
Banking Corporation and the Chartered
Bank of India, Australia and China. The
whole loan JsJ_eing. mideivwritten in Lon_ _
„. "'Italian_?Le_i_lat-rs^__--6mefliisorclejly.^Y"s:
;„4H^")Mi-s.^lay D'2Gf^l^rj-iier„^
"IVi.'t-ieYcilian-bef .'ndfi'd^i-U'Mes;-itdday,°'«s-©^ea°-
:p§rnilSsuioi.i":toVexplani«_ tliet cn'cijmstan.ce'.
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niai!ksie<,lvtoYth„iii}]ii-^^^ cfuiiiiig
AYivipli" jinafchejiiaS Atere fijiislecl ;indis*cfiiu-"
SwM&iliitt;-;,;'-'''.
IiEjBi-^uiitjiv'natty, sti'lish suitiOfVciothosfer
^prih^;.rt.irnd*f__uni'n(ei't«:I" hif'i'o oy.ei. S00; *.li_I*.r-   "    -
oiit,_.patli-_Jns^oJ'Sqot-li," -.ndvEiigliSli" "tSv6fcils,;..    •
iwlpch.,1 ■vylll makc-'to. fdiiiy drdoKaftho lfoy
'iiriQ0*„6f ".. iii. VV.Y..i°..,..,,.»." -.. ._.>.. _ .-7. su."."?2_k
Blaolc'vonetiaiis iiiako; a iiiCO suili "for .isuiiP
iii"or7)\;oar„'at""*..;,.-,..,...,. .... „l5f..-....-..,._ ___$3_'
7BlSCk.!§ori;S gjiitsiin, ftfickpr iri6rnin_;-GQat. JS21
,^V " heavy Sc'dtch ,->vOodj, nice paticrff-• for
.business, syiit, ...,,..,,...._..,,,,, 4-.. „,... ..$18  „
Troii-crs*afe;C(]iiallylo»"pi?iCeS.,i I'itaiid ftiVish
ilo (bet'tbi''iiin_aninula. T_adie._i7fl!io t-ailbring: a
specialty.   cremontbJock, BakerStreet..   "•
inately, and the din became so great
that the session was suspended.
After its resumption there was a
repetition of the scenes previously
.Avitnessed. Signor l<*erry, socialist, accused general Baratel, who coinmanded
the Italian forces in Erythea, of fleeing
and leaA'ing the troops in the lurch.
Ferry refused to withdntw his accusation, and in the midst of indescribable
confusion the house adjourned.
Remenyi's Pictures to Be Sold.
Ciiicacio, May 20.—The notable collection of paintings which belonged to the
late Edouard Itemenyi, the famous violinist avIio expired on the stage
while giving a concert in Sail Francisco some time since, aviis placed on
sale at auction here today to
satisfy a "mortgage for $10,000.
The collection consists of eleven valuable
paintings, some of them of world-Avide
fame, besides a number of valuable
curios picked up by Itemenyi in his half
century of Avanderings about the Avorld.
It is hoped that the sale will raise sufficient money in excess of the mortgage to
leaA'e the Avidow in comfortable circumstances.
J  V. Martin, Montreal
.1. P. Davis. Kaslo
H. AV. Husk. IC'islo
K. Cummins. Ka^lo
.1. M. C'oate, St. Louis
A. A. Young, Spokane
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
HUME.
C. __. Wilson, .Spokane
G. A. Hinton, Vancouver
C. If. (JloiiKb, Spokane
Capl.  E. K. Greene, Montreal
.1. F. I'igKott, Montreal
A. Whealler, ICaslo
I. A. Wliitti.r. lvaslo
It. Li.  Patterson and wife,
Toronto
K. Muderhill,' Woodstock
1). .1. Dowar and wife. Trail
It. Hodfjors, Toronto
AV. J. C'ocklmrn, Toronto
.1. M. Itiillniyor, Toronto
PHAIU.
J. K. Poupore. Nakusp
If. W. Husk, Kaslo
.1. P. I>uv.h, Kaslo
W. lt. Ant;ers, Toronto
ll.   C.   Oswald   and   wife,
London
A. Anderson. Montreal
Mrs. AVcbb, Montreal
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Geoi'Ke 'Pay lor, London, Our. IT. I). Ilcslii'isn.v. ISobson
J. ,1. jMelntosli, Silverton     | E. White. Itos-land
iAIADOEN.
.1. McDonald, Sahnn
II. Cumminf.. Sandon
!•'. E. Atlin, ltossland
Alfred Pan
G. A. Ross,
. A'inir
Ei ie
TREMONT.
W. Ward man. Spolcano
.1. Hi'ew.-ter, Trail
G. E. Ilrown, Trail
GltAND CENTRAL.
Allan Campbell, Trail
VV. .1. Shaw, Trail
11. .1. Coulter, New Denver
J. K Walker, js'ew Denver
It.   Robertson,   i__oiil1in.mii-
ton, Out
lt. I<'. Smith, Toronto
D.  A.   liillis. Silver   King
T. James. Revelstoke
M. Snyder, Ymir
CI. .1. Schley, ltossland
.1. O. McNoilly, Kuskonook
G.  McDownell, Cranbrook
T^ Xremont Hotel
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The   large   sal
evidence   that
nicely trim-
good   wide
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e   of  our   Ladies'   white   underwear   is   the   best
the   prices are   right.     We   have still   plenty of:
LADIES' NIGHT DRESSE3 -Full size,
med at 1.50, 2.00 and 2.50 each.
LADIES' WHITE   UNDERSKIRTS—A
skirt at 1.25, 1.50 and 2.00 each.
LADIES' CHEMISE—Embroidery trimmed  at   1.25,
1.50, 1.75 and 2.00 each.
LADIES' DRAWERS—At 60c, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75
and 2.00 each.
The best value in the market.
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Front Doors
Inside Doors
Screen Doors
Windows
Inside Finish   ■
local and coast.
Flooring
local and coast.
Newel Posts
Stair Rail
Mouldings
1    Shingles
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
of all kinds. ^
If what you want i.s not in stock wc will make it for you
CALL AND GET PRICKS.
Hf|A-0|HE & TREGILLUS
PROPRIETORS
Headquarters for Miners and Prospectors
THK BEST BRANDS OF
Liquors and Cigars
MARTIN  O'REILLY & CO.
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BANK  OP  B. C.   BUILDING,   NELSON.
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P. Burns & Co.
WHOLESALK   AND   RETAIL
ALWAYS ON HAND
One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.
QUEENS HOTEL
BAKER STREET, NELSON.
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II ARR^ylW&SVpX;,
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3_iI'__Sig3__!_D_
Heated with Hot Air and
-•■j.Light*e<-L^y^Le'G__ciGiJ)y:k%:
'^jrjarge'^tpinferlttBleYte
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Removal NotiiGe-
,ToIin CliOIdifolv & Cbuipany Ijopf to announce to thO
trade thai, they ha_t_! renioA'e*! their headquartei'S froni
Nakusp to Nfil.son, where they will for the fntimO 1)0 establish-.!. Poiielin_. tlie brcotion of suitable warehouses
=tliey4)f._voseciu'0d=tenij)ot;arj'iqoarters-iiutho-waroholis0i.
Af Tiirnoi'j Bcetoii &. _6li*ipany:on Witter stroet, whore-,
they willbO pleased to reeOivot.hcir patron!..
Nelson, B. Ct May I7th, ISSCJ.
"  CTA&t. K.YSTUli'MKS' Ohl A_srD*
j, '  ..D.l_V*_-fHS/IN ,,    - .
'Roli^l^an dvvI3|!es>^ ^irifoeri
llo^M-ing&v ■'   ■;■:"'
Doors and; Sash
;|%i^3§ 1f>sti^d"Jfcfeefs   .
Office %J__4 StQlfe Fillings
F'AC-OKV -WOlti. DOXK ■TO OROtlli,
Syeit AS
Ser-dJl Sawing
Band Sawing
Watdrohejs and
(xeneral Joinery Work
ffeix I. G.y, G_J|B[tE| PMp.
""     ", "• E&16 ofilf.o" n'oyn,] ,Hptnei; (iSalgafyY „   • :"   -
Meat Merchants
Wholesale Markets at /.elson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.
RETAIL   STORES  AT
Nelson,   Trail,  Ymir, Kaslo,  New Denver,  Sandon, Silverton, Cascade
City,  Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.
.g.^faBDED Head Office, Nelson, B.C.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS
«_ll|__Mi|P_ll^?i|iEASQN
■ SftD%4^
C. TRAVES, Manager
\ggy 1"*."»»^i7_«i*T._x;_»_.'.:      *   ' ■**
ATTENTJON.
fj. D. r\mt, Mkhager.
The Corse, a Necessity.
Tlie abolition of fche corsefc is not favored by a recent writer in the New York
Sml, evidently a ilifiii. "The corset," he
miys, "for tlie last four hundred years has
been so much a part of women that for
tliein to discard it would involve anatomical ruin. To put it ilside would require the entire recasting of feminine apparel. The waist-line would have to be
moved seqeral inches above the place it
now occupies, as in the time of the First
Empire. To effect this without substituting for tlie corset some sort of support
would offer revelations that would appall
even those divorced from all allusions.
The necessity of the corset for the embellishment of women can be observed best
in tlie suburbs where, on days when the
hanging out to dry of freshly washed
clothes is in progress, all the women engaged in that functiou are corsetless.
To see them at that time and theu to
meet them later, fully corseted, requires
considerable familiarity with their countenances to establish their identity. A
corsetless regime would be the more fatal
on the stage. Deprive, actresses of the
corset and . scenic chaos would come.
The slender, in the place of flowing, harmonious  lines and .symmetrical  curves,
CH0LD1TCII & 00,
George Holfopook
City Seaveng-er and
Chimney Sweep
I;'r0mpt uttotitioii given to all ontOcs loft ut Jit. Do _-
JJi.sfly&'C'o'.,. linkerHti'Oet, Nelson.
JUDICIAL SALE.
Piii'tdiaivt to ii j'utfKfriiut of the dounty .Courtof ICOot-
cnity, liOldon at Nelson, enleveil on tho I7lh (lay of ~miii-
aiT, A. P. 180S); in Die consolidated action of J. K'. Holden.
William H. Hmbiou. Christian Ulbeii, Willianrll. Wrlkht,
and William H, WarrciKj, pluintidis, ngainst the Bright
Prospeuts Gold Mining and Development Company. Lim-
itell !'.inbllit y, dotondants, being jilaints Nos. i.lCl/98,4(55/08.
JOB/OSS, 41.7/-8, ftud 1I!8/!)S there will be oil'ered for sale by
i)U-I.io auetion by Sj l?. Took, Sherill', at the court house,
in the city of Nolson. at ll O'clock in the forenoon, on
Thursday, tho 8tli day of Juno, 18!)!), all and .singular tho
mineral claim "The Northern ]_ight,"..itimteon the south
slope of the Center Fork of Forty-nine Crook, and adjoining the Hibbings mineral claim on tho southwest corner,
beiiiK in the Nelson Mining Division of British Columbia,
located tlie 5th day of May, 1897, and recorded the (Ith
day of May. 1897.      . .       .
The purchaser sliall pay tho purchase money into Court
to the credit of the said consolidated action on the day of
sale.
Dated at Nelson, li. C, this 22nd day of May, 189!). t
K. T. H. SIMPKINS,
Kcgistrar of the Co.nty Court o£ Kootenay, holden at
Nelson. 	
IMPORTANT NOTICE
HE DUNCAN CITY LOTS
IN STOP'S
^Glass^of^alHS^
Sawmill On Government wharf.
Factory anil olllce. co.uor Hall street and C.P.R. track
WILIi DO WKLL TO
BUY THEIR
A largo stock of lirst-olass dry material on liand, also
a full lino of wish, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc,
FAGTORV WORK A SPECIALTY
KASLO. B. C, May 12th, 18!».
Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that
I have been appointed.solo agent .for.coinploting all the
sales inado by Messrs. Simpson Ilros. & Iveeling of lots at
Duncan City, Houser Lake; West Kootenay. li. C, u..dcr
contract for deeds tliereto. All such purchasers aro hereby required to notify me of their address, and present
holdings, that tlio roll may be corrected in arcordanoe
therewith. The second overdue payments must be forwarded to me on or before the 15th day of .lune; proximo,
when appointments will be made for tlie completion.
W4I.L.AM .I. TWISS,
Sole agent Simpson Ilros. '& Keeling.
Yard:   Foot of Hendryx street. Nelson
Telephone, 91 Jq3_-1    Ra6,   Ageilt
MNEL-E & CO.
Headquarters for
FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL
-',h'- llnfist hotel in thO interior,
lyargo sum pie rooiris.   Steain heat and Olceliricjlight.
OOItNRR OK tWAUD AN'Ii VKItNON STS., *Nn.LS0N
COLDFIELDS, Ltd.
:H^D>"_|>BF]OE^-fc®'ilJ^^^V:'iE
All. cor^munjcia|ro"n£ f'|lalirig °^tjo ".BfijtishV^iSoJ-mbja .hUsirfes:-°-fd?)$g addressed to P. O, Drawer
■yyy. \ $y""^°y",pyp     sokMkislnyBri^ "
BAKI-JI. ASTl) WARD ■ST.RJJlS'TS, N.KLSON
The only hotel in Nelson that ,Ho_ remained 'Under one
inanagement sii.iQe 1890.
The bOd-rOoms aro well furnished and lighted by
electricity.
The dining-room is uo); second to any in Kootenay.
ThoiiiH* is always stocked by tho bust ._oii.ii.-tlo and
imported liquors and cigars.
THOMAS MADDKNT, Proprlolon ..
Two and a half lililes u}. the Outlet from Ncltfoii.
".-ViRODERICr*:" BQBEiRlrsp.N, :^ei*iteh^ -,. ^
'■Si.L_5'>F6v^Lr__R;.,E_Ji^'.,"iMlW!rt6n''''Eri'g.rn'e,*sr '   INbLbUN,   "b. U.
Ih^llte-itf'lFe ¥vpimmfig Company
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Is now prepared fa buy all classes of Silyej*, gold, silver-lead, lead and
copper opevs. The careful attention given, to large contracts will be extended
to_the_s.Wa)!'_'s.-shipper—Prompt_settJement.SLand—choice of mode of samp!_-_
ing guaranteed.
Address all communications to drawer
S, Nelson, B. 0-
GEOUGE U, McDOWBLL, Manag-er.
O. M. ROSENDALE, Pui-cb_isi..§* Agenix
SlVIORERS' HEADQUARTERS
Keeps a fj-B line Oi
ROYAL SEAL AND JCOOTENAY BELLiB CIGARS!
And all othei*' bnancls of ih_
Spring Chickens, Fc-Slj Cream,
Piire Milk, Fresh-Laid Eggs.
All of which are from tho much belonging |o the hotol
AVe make a specialty of
S-iiplap aqd Double Dressed Material
Good Dry Rustic and Flooring
Oflleo and yard near C.P.K, depot   R. G. BISKH, Agent.
COATRIVER LUMBlrCO.
^giCRESTON, BRITISH C01UM8IA.JS7 s
All sizes of dimension Umber and all kinds-of lumber
out to order, and shipped to Nelson iu carload lots
Write for prices.
A plciisilnt lilacc to siicnd afternoons, evenings and
enjoy delicacies tluit cannot bo obtained in hotels or
restaurants at Nelson. GOod stabling. Open day and
nitrnt.   Ciin be reached by either road or water;
WlliMAM KOBlvRTS, Proprietor;
COSMOPOLITAN  HOTEL
YMIB,   33- O-
Kvervthitig first-class
Choice brand- of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
liates §1.50 and $'2 per day.
• J. W. SMITH, Proprietor.
Largo and well lighted Heated by bot ai
Hoiisonable rates Sample rooms
Electric bolls and light in cvory room
Honovated and refurnished throughout
HOTEL  VICTORIA
J. V. PERKS, Proprietor
Kreo bus moots all trains        0    Rouok.nLo    R   fi
Hourly street oar to station     "    neVei_*-0K-.,  O. U.
BOARDAND:ROOM
■First-class board and room.-.Todd's' old stand, rornor
Ward and Carbonate streeU, in rear of Knglish church:
Heated by stoatil.   Tabic board 34, room and board $.*>
.iid. §_.-_.
A collection of fine Boli.iumCaiiH.riss for sale -
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN.
AT PAO'I'OUV I'l Mete
Kootenay Cigar lafflfacteing Company
S- G.
j^LL   __CIKT_3S   OW
CANVAS GOODS,
TENTS,
AWNINGS AND
FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS FOR
VERANDAHS AND WINDOWS
ALL SIZUS OF TKNTS IN STOCK
Baker street, opposite posloiiico, Nelson
-TIHIIEeX  IS^:^_.lDS02<r
W. P. DICKSON
B. H. H. APPLE WHAITB
J. MoPHBE
Kootenay Eleetrie Supply and Constpuetion Go.
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Complete. Electric Eauipments for Electric Power Transmission and Lighting for Mines, Towns
■'- Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Tells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.
P. O. Box 606. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. C. THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON, B.C., SATURDAY, MAY 27,   I8i)!>.  Purses an  OOKS  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 arc the finest goods in  their line ever brought to Nelson. Complete line of drug sundries of the best  quality constantly on hand. Special attention   to  compounding   perscriptions.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO,  COIINHU I1AKKK AND JOSKPHINJ. STREETS, NELSON  SEE GILKER FOR  Crash and Otfier Hot Weather Suits  and  up  THE TOWN AMTTHE DISTRICT  One of the Lucky Ones.  Nine years ago the writer of these few*  lines made out the papers that transferred an undivided one-eighth interest in tlie  Dandy mine, on Toad Mountain, from  John R. Cook to A. _I. Ester, then manager of the Helena and I'Yisco mines iu the  Cu.ur d' Alene.s, the consideration being  $1000, which was paid as the payments  became due. John li. afterwards drifted  around in the Slocan and in Trail Creek  acquiring mining and other interests;but  he wtis always pretty hard up. Finally  the tide turned, and Kossland was given  a place on the map and Jolm .11. Cook a  rating in Dun's and Bradstreet's. Today  he is probably better lixed than any of  the early pioneers of Southern Kootenay,  and, more, he knows how to keep it. lie  has been enjoying life in the south I'or  the past eight months, and is now back  in Spokane. Rut one of the strange  things reported of him is that he i.s the  owner of three farms in the vicinity of  Kansas City, Missouri, and tliat he intends to settle down and become a farmer, making a  specialty of blooded horses.  lodge of 1800 meets at Vancouver.  Lodges are now established at Vancouver,  Victoria, Nanaimo, New Westminster and  Rossland, and in twenty leading cities of  the United States. The membership is  over 7000, One of the primary objects  of the new order is to promote friendly  relations between the people of Canada  and those of the United States.  \V. P. Tierney A: Co. deny the report  that there was any accident on their  work on Thursday evening.  CD  oo  __>  CO  CO ^  OQ  CO  m  CO  -H  _r>  C*Q  O.  _c  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  CO  CD  oo  CO  o  NEXT P.O.  $5  Association Football.  A closely contested game of association  football was played yesterday afternoon  on tlie Nelson athletic grounds between  the Trail team and the Nelson combination. The teams were composed as follows: Trail���J. , M. Worth, George  Brown, backs; T. Lewis, R. Brewster,  half backs; R. Williams, W. 11. Seatle,  J. Monday, A. Campbell, forwards. Nelson���G. Partridge, goal; G. Stillwell and  E. Forbes, backs; Dr. Morrison, 11. Leicester, aud W. C. Hepburn, half backs;  A. Ford, Dr. Hall, W. J.Wilson, F. B.  Lewis aud J. Curtis, forwards. The  Trail team showed better combination,  play than their Nelson opponents and  won the match by 3 goals to 1.  NEELANDS'  M  V  =\T. will be toYyour ad vantage to" see-our largo  aiid complete stock of _Boot_^aiid Shoes, "VVe"  carry-the   following  lines:    3,  ifc. ,T.   Bell, J  . IX King   &   Co., North Star Shoe Co., Foots^  Scliultz. "it Co., Stratford. Shoe Co., Aines, Hoi  den & Co., and other leading make...  y  THESE GOODS we are  ��� bound io sell wljile  they remain' the patter lis  of the seasqn. We prefer to mark them down  Uti**, ar[d I_t our regular  custoiriers have the advantage pf tlie cut, ra.r|-  er titan, have a slaagh,ter  sale some months later  to irtake ("oom for i\ew  Our display of  anil, Art Squares  is the finest ever seen  in Kootenay, th,ey are  received direct from the  eastern importers so that  in buying from us you  are virtually reaching  headquarters.  Neelands' Shoe Emporium  "" : 2G AND-28 WKST BAKER STKE-KT, NKLSON  and  When Advertised  At  "Auction  Prices"   should  be  left  aloud,     An   auction  price means the  highest _iMco_wliicJi_il_g_  purchaser can be induced to pay.  New Spring Designs  in Axniiiiatci's Of the best quality, with or without  boi'ders, l-liti-h and Canadian makes.  Brussels and Velvet Pile  Suitable lor dra.Wii.if-rooms, dining-rooms,  '     stair.., with or without borders.  Tapestry and Patent Tapestry,  Tin.  or  ���CJjiiouc art   square,.,  Smyrjia ancl Tminisoh  40 Different Styles  jigsc  rugs.  KfjuHfros   and  rugs,  Of8 baby eafriages and go-carts to select from.  Rattan chairs and rockers.  Furniture of all Kinds  Is advancing, and notice to this effect has been  sent to the trade' by all large manvifactvirers.  Having a large stock on hand w_ will be able to  continue to quote better figures than any of our  competitors.. We have also three carloads of  furniture ou the way.  D. McARTHUR & CO.  Cornier Baker and Ward Streets, Nelson.  FOB STYLISH MILLIMflY  and Fancy Dress Goods  Blouses and Dress Skirts  CALL ON  rs.   E.   McLaughlin  JOSKPHINK STJU.KT, NKLSON  Ice Cream  (HAZLKWOOD)  AND  Ice Cream Soda  i\T GENTfiAL FRUIT  Krosh ["mil, received daily  Next door to Nelson Wine ("!..-  T.__<_p]iuiu. '.��. IIUMPIIIIKYS & PITTQC !K_  Along the Water Front.  Eight inches was the rise of the river  at Nelsoii for the twenty-four hours ending at (5 p.ni. yesterday. Very few  trout arc being taken at present owing  to the unsettled state of the Aveather.  The early morning is the best end of the  day, and some good sport can be had.  NELSON.  An examination for discovery in the  case of Davis vs. Cummings was held in  the court house yesterday. This is a  .Kaslo case which will be added to the  civil list at the approaching -assize,. ".Tho  plaintiff in.the actionis suing"to recover  the sum of $IS00, which he.alleges tlie dc-  fendantowes him for keeping the books1  of the Hotel Slocan and "for. other " bookkeeping, ser vices.       . - =  The members ofthe local company of  Kootenay Rifles attended drill-last1 evening in their new uniforms.    -  .The loCarapplicants for the.position' of  proA'ineial representative-at "the Paris exposition have a rival in the person of  Frank Burnett of Vancouver; who is now  . in t)ttawa-j.re..siiig bis claims* upon tlie  ministers. "=--  Era.uk Simpson, of the firm of Simpson  & 1 Jon ley, will appear in the police court  this morning to answer to the charge of  assaulting and beating 'a commercial  traveller named George J.- Cote. It is  said that the trouble^vas occasioned by  Cote?.s persistency in the matter of collecting an account. When hc made liis  complaint before the magistrate he bore  every  evidence of  having been   roughly  halidled-  An extra of the official gazette whieh  was. published ou Tuesday aiinovuices  that Thursday Hie ,2 .th instant would be a  piibliO-IiOliday. ^l-ie_government_oi'(ieia]s_  ill Jfiei'son knew nothing of the ortler iu  council declaring a holiday on Tluirsday;  and accordingly their offices wero open  and business wag transacted. There are  some wondering whether the documents  issued on Thursday will haA'e any merit,  and how they can be cancelled in case  they haVe no nierit.  City engiiieei' .McCulloch says tliat tlie  new bicycle track will be completed  this, evening, and as it becomes popular  "additioiis AVill doubtless be liiadc to its  lengths.  Arra.ngeiiiei:its are being,hiade for  a match ga;ii;ie of ball between the sera.eh  toain which played at Kaslo and the teain  which played at New Denver on Weduesday. The gau 10 will probably be  played on Sunday aftei'nooii.  li. L. Patterson of Toronto, is inaking  his annual trip tlirough the province in  tlie interests of. Miller & Rieliard,  Canada's leading firm of type founders.  He .is registered at tlie Pliair and is accompanied by Mrs. Patterson.  Melvin G. Winstock, deputy grand  president of the Fraternal Order of  Eagles, .arrived, in the city last night from  Vancouver, for tlie purpose of organizing  a  subordinate aerie   here.    The    grand  Hazlewood  lee Cream  Wo have boon Jippoinl.ee. solo agents in Nolson for  this celebrated lee Cream, and arc now prepared  to cater to the public at oar ice cream parlors,  which We have fitted up in (irst-class style. Call  inland have a dish of this delicious cream. Other  dealers supplied.        '"-.'���  n/|i!ls&lot-  Tropical Fruit Depot,  Corner of linker and Ward streets, Nelson  It pays us to deal squarely with  you and to represent our goods  and methods just as they arc. It  pays us to strive ' for excellence in  quality and price, always aiming  to place in the hands of customers  the best _.oods at the smallest  fieures. On this basis we 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. y ,---��� , ��� '- .  X   _    '.,  ���-���������-,     �� ___j��� _ --. -  JAGOB: DOVER, The Jeweler  eavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORE  OARS  Canton Drill Steel#  CARRY IN STOCK.*  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  Giant, Caps and Fuse  \___    Tools/Cutlery, Tin  ^'wm  and Woodenware  Stoves, Ranges,  \^K    Iron,  Steel,   Sheet  Iron, T-Rails  ** Paints, Oils, Glass  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  A Coat of Paint  WILL ADD   TO   THE   SELLING   VALUE   OF  W A  SHABBY   LOOKING   HOUSE  �������  ^^���*       When you  make up your mind to use a little Paint,  *^V bear in  mind that* we   carry a complete   stock   of all  kinds   of   Paints,    Oils,   Varnishes,  ancl   Stains,   also  Kalsomines, Kalsominc Brushes and Painters Brushes  Shelf and Heavy Hardware  Mining- Supplies T Rails  Builders and contractors can now secure  the best.lime on the" market at  70 Cents per 100  CALL   AND   INSPECT  THE LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.  Ltd.  The West ^ootenay Brick & Lime Co  Bakor Street.        T. G. PROCTOR, J-ana_rer  ii _ siness A mx xivsumx v&l  VROPVilX'M  3. by  120, Baker  TVVivrd sti .��<.__���_  sfa'cel> between  Josephine rtnd    .  ���__��� ._,. _._,_.._S(._U___  "oObyVl-O, Bitkdi'sfrQotYbelSi\*ccii, d oscp luci- 'nnd ITS.11  'SlroUt-.  ���\m  5& by .12., Uakor strcetv between .roso_lvinc and ITjUI  streets, co-ii.i' .,   30 _y 120, Knst Bn.fc-r si rect.  , ,   SflO  25 by 120 with iiiiprotemoiits, s-ilth side of VeniOn  s|rect ..._,..,  ��000  50 by 120 with improvements, .south side, of "Verjlon  Streei; �� ...��  , :....... -(5000  2 1'ot. aiid l_tr__<j liousb beiWitifully fiifliisljed (sna,i).. JO00  2_rlots with eottafjej'cnted nt ��15poi'month, Victoria  ��� Street,.'  = .-  3300  1 tiM. wills cottage ...ittod at ��15 pel'inoiltli, Victoria  street  2fl��0  2 lots with Cottage rented at ��20 ncrinonf.li, -c Unlcy  struet:.7..V _ "...,.,..,  300(1  0'lotH iu block ill), nil -lu.'trod and feuccd in  -3(10  U-rooiwhojisoaiHl 111 lots spoilt in orelm;i:d ���', .,'.'.:   1100  ifipts.and iinpi'ov(Snii-nl,s, 5'i Ik'itd' of eo\vs, 2 liors-es,  wntfoiifi, tilei|fli-s��� liai'ncss, aiid cv_i'j"t.liifiCr in e _n>  fteulJojl ���.Villi IT il wy'_ inilk' raii-h,     550(1  'For Kijiiei'ftl, liiforirtafcion on rpal eslido and Cor flirtlitff  l_!trli<5ii|iiirs on libovo propurty ajifrly t.  wae5bbo B-  ftoitl Ifelato and -Wvnoi'ul ^gent.Ss Tlalkifr St., Nelson  Everybody who intends purchasing- Croekeryj Groceries, etc., will; save money by calling' on Kirkpat-:  rick & Wilson, who have now open for inspection  the finest lot of Groceries, Crockery and Glassware  ever broug-ht to the Kootenay. Pruit Jars, just  arrived in pints, quarts and half gallons. Lowest  prices.   First-class quality.  Telephone 10.   P. O. Box __�� >& W.      Bakei* str0_t West, Selsori  VVhy buy olothcs froni an inferior tailor, when  tliesaine amount of money will buy a stylish  cut, well trimmed and neatly made suit at  SUITS $25  Nelson's rip-to-dato Tailor.  Satisfaction guaranteed  BOATS! BOATS! BOATS!  FOJl SALK OR TURK  W. J. ASTLEY & CO.  Boats built to order. Uapairlng and fitting a specialty. Sails made and rigged. Fishing rods and tackle  incr.dcd.   At Government wharf. Nelson.  Vienna Restaurant  Bakor street, between Josophino and   ..  Hall streets, Nelson.  M.KALS AT ALL HOURS, BAY OU NIGHT  . HAKKJtY IN C0NNKOT1ON  FAMILY AND PA ..THY COOKING A Sl'KCIALTY  ONLY WHITK HKL1. KMPLOY1CD  ii.    __rT_r_=-_E--5r_    peopbietoe  I g-ot outfitted at lDesBi7isay's-^fouftclcn week's supplies,  all ncall)' packed in cotton sacks. 1'hey k,io\v how to fi*S  you tip, and such a fine stock to choose from.,  I'll tell you Mike there isn't another, store in the city  that  can   fix a prospector out in   the same way as that same  ABERDEEN BLOCK  NELSON, B. O.  esBrisay  WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED  A fresh consignment of Maple Loaf Cream Soda.s received  direct, from the factory, put up in --pound boxes. Also  a full line of the Toronto Iliscuit and Confectionery  Company's Sweet Uiscuits. Don't forgot that wo handle  11 ui. Ribbon Ton.  Ill  JOHN A. IBYIM k CO.  Ilakcr Street West, Nelson, B. C  SPECIAL ATTENTM  Have just received a consignment of Harris home  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FEED J. SQUIBE, Baker St. Nelson  ���Tho supply Is limited, so call early and examlno this stock.

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