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Array H^ntapaggrwt&s*mepK  RATE   CONSIDERED   EXCESSIVE  Referred Back to Committee.  At the meeting of tlie city council yesterday afternoon the members of the  public works committee took a hand in  the work of the finance committee and  urged a material reduction in the rate of  taxation as proposed for the current  year. The discussion upon the matter  Avas opened by Harold Selous, who addressed the council upon the wisdom of  making reductions, and when the council resolved into conimittee to consider  the tax bylaAvs ib came out there was  considerable discontent even among tlie  members of the council with the contemplated increases.  The tliree bylaws were considered together in committee, when it was found  that ifc would be impossible to make any  alterations in those for the raising of  amounts to meet interest'* and sinking  fund payments upon the debenture debt.  The bylaw for raising a general fund was  then attacked, the light against the same  being led by alderman Fletcher, who was  supported by alderman Hillyer.  Alderman  Fletcher  said  that, as proposed,  the  revenue from  the three bylaws would aggregate $1_,41S, whereas  the total amount of the city's annual liabilities upon debenture account was but  $9980,   ui'   $10,000   in   round    numbers.  There was therefore  no necessity in his  opinion of raising more than $11,000 under the tax bylaws.    The council should  amend its rate under the general purpose  bylaw to reduce fche  revenue  under the  same  by  $3_18.    He said  that  he  had  gone into figures with  the  chairman of  the   finance   committee,  and   they   had  agreed that the total expenditures of the  city fco date amounted  to $28,22 _.    The  estimated   expenditure for  the  balance  ofthe year  was  $1S,000.    This was regarded as an  outside  figure and -avouId  bring  the  total  general expenditure of  the city up to $_G,000.    Against this the  finance committee had reported  an  esti-.  mated revenue of $50,000, so that,  upou  their oavu shoAving, there Avas a margin  for general  purposes of $4000.    To this  could be added between $0000 and $8000  '. which would, reverb to the general fund  from the public Avorks  committee, Avhicli  avouIcI give the council a probable margin  of receipts over expenditures on  general  account of $12,000, or at the least$10,000.  Mayor Neelands disputed these figures  as to the balance and called attention to  the fact that there Avere several items of  expenditure which  had  not been taken  into account.    He  mentioned   the  grant  to the hospital, .the  repairs  to  the city  wharf and   unsettled- accounts  against  the city avIucIi he figured out at $5700:  ".Alderman Fletcher in reply said that a'  .most generous provision for the items  mentioned by the mayor-would be $1700  so that there avouIcI still be a balance between the estimated revenue and the estimated and actual expenditures upon  general account. He Avas also of the  opinion that the estimated revenue for  the year AAras returned at a loAver- figure  than would be realized,.and there aa-oic  also several ways open to increase it. He  said that he A\*as satisfied- that the best  interests of fche city demanded a material  reduction in the rate* as proposed. The  council had borroAVed considerable money  for the repayment of Avhieh no provision  was made in the proposed rate, and if  under these circumstances tlie rate was  run up in the manner proposed the ratepayers .might Avell ask what tlie rate  would be next year. If ��� the. council did  not feel like taking action in the matter  he thought* that the question of the rate  for general purposes might be referred  back to the members of the finance  committee for reconsideration. There  "l^r'B^i^^f^CT^TO-'I-Wme^inveKM,"  A*  %,  "6jJ   On  SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 17,  ISO!).  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEEKLY, $2.  self as in faA'or of refusing all such  licenses. He said that Avhile the city receiA'ed $50 for such licenses the granting  of them in many cases deprived legitimate merchants of from $2000 to $3000.  At the suggestion of alderman Kirkpatrick fche bylaw dealing with this  matter was amended by empowering fche  mayor to grant an interim license to such  hiiAvkers if he so desired, such license' to  be A'alid only until the next nieeting of  the cily council when it should either be  continued or cancelled at the pleasure of  the council.  Aii amendment . Avas made to the  scavenger! ng bylaw,so that the city is  empowered to collect the charges for such  Avork should-the work be performed by  the city. The rates Avill be charged  against the land.  The bylaw Was eventually reported  complete and receiA'ed its  third   reading.  On motion of alderman Hillyer the  council decided to call for tenders for the  Avork of printing the revised bylaAvs and  also fche tax notices.  Insurgents Attack General Macarthur.  Manila,  June  1(5.���After cutting the  railroad and-telegraph at Apolite, seven  miles south, the rebels attacked  general  Macarthur's lines at San Fernado at 4:30  this morning.    They met Avith a Avarm  reception and Avere repulsed with a  loss  of 75   killed,   30   prisoners,   and   many  wounded.      The   rebel   force   advanced  stealthily from the jungle  north  of the  city and then diA'ided  Avith  the  eA'ident  purpose of surrounding  the Americans.  The outposts of the Iowa regiment dis-  covered the enemy and  retired  to  their  lines, Avhere the entire  division  aAvaited  the attack in an entrenched position. The  Iowa regiment and the' Kansas' regiment  received the first shock of attack, taking  the fire until the enemy Avere Avithin 600  yards.    Their first  volley hit several of  the rebels, Avho returned  the fire Avildly,  the rest of their line failing to advance.  The Americans, avIio thoroughly enjoyed  the noA'elty of the situation of .awaiting  an attack, then sallied forth, and  the insurgents turned aud fled.    The American  loss was fourteen men Avounded, the majority of  whom  are only slightly  hurt.  General Fustoii's brigade  of .Kansas4and  Montana   men  and   general  Hale's brigade, fche Seventeenth regiment aud the  IoAva regiment constituted the force engaged.    Aguinaldo is  reported  to'have  personally   conducted   the   attack,   and  made  preparations   for several  days   fco  bring   forward   troops   from  Candabar.  Others from Dagupan  Avere  transported  by rail.  Along the front of the Kansas regiment 39 rebel dead Avere counted. The  lirst news-of a Filipino advance Avas from  a telegraph operator avIio was sent to tho  bridge to ascertain the cause of a break  in one of the wires. He was compelled  to beat a hasty retreat under fire.  DOMINION    DAY   CELEBRATION  Further Details of the Programme.  The celebration committee charged  Avith the management of the hose cart,  boat, and bicycle races as Avell as the  trap shooting events haA'e sent in their  report to the secretary giving a list of  the events decided upon as Avell as the  prizes offered for each. Ifc Avill be noticed  that the pri/.es offered in the trap shooting and boat racing programmes amount  to more in tin. aggregate than fche  amounts placed at the disposal of their  respective committees but this is explained by the fact that the interest  taken in these sports is such that those  aa'Iio haA'e the same in hand secured additional subscriptions for these special  departments of the celebration and were  thus enabled to virtually carry out their,  original programmes. The reports of the  several committees are appended:  ���':���������    BICYCLE   RACES.  '  ���     .   'First..   Second.   Third.  Quarter mile race���Straightaway,  open to all.      .��S ?5 $2  Obstacle race���Half mile, open to  all     8 5 2  Slow race���200 yards, open to all... fl 3  Hill Climbing race, open to all...... 8 4 -  These races will be held at 5  THE TOWN AND THE DISTRICT  o'clock on  of the  first  day, Friday,  the afternoon  June 30th.  SPECIAL PRIZE.  The Parsons "Produce Company, through its Nelson  manager, P. J. Russell, hits donated an open-faced gold  watch as a prize to the winner of a foot race, open only  to clerk- employed in grocery stores in Kootenay or in  general merchandise stores selling giocerie.s.  HOSE   CART   RACKS.  Hub-and-Hub race���with reels of equal  weight, carrying live lengths of hose  and running, _U0 yards \  Wet Test .-with reels of equal weight,  carrying. 8even lengths of hose, running 100 yards, laying five lengths of  hose and getting water through ' ho  nozzle after milking proper couplings  of three full threads ....: ���  Kirst.      Second.  125  $75  Second.   Third.  These contests Avill be held on the first  day ofthe celebration (Friday) commencing at 12 o'clock.  TRAP   SHOOTING.  Kirsl.  Team Shoot���At ton singles from  unknown traps. Team to consist of not more thin Ave men  from any club ...'.' ".....���':.$50  Second oveilk-.At ten .singles from  "��� unknown traps nnd iiriglo'      5  Third event���Miss and out, known  traps and angle ���      8  fourth event���Five pair, known  traps..,., :     8 .  F fih event���Kivo singles and three ,.  pair  .*     5  Highest aggregate     _;">  Highest consecutive hits ,     5  The entrance fee for all events shall be  50 cents, except the team shoot. All  shooting Avill be class shooting and will,  be governed by -Nelson Gun Club rules.  The shooting, will commence at 2 p.m. on  Saturday, July 1st.  ROAT RACES.  -3  in thd city' during the 'present year and  there was reason to expect still larger iu-  A**estmeuts, but there Avas nothing which  would more effectually prevent such iu-  vef_tnie.it.' than increases in, the rate of  taxation. The proposed rate for general  purposes wa. six Mills; on the land values,  this would yield a revenue of $0900, and  lie thought that the council could at least  cut this rate ill two abd make ifc tliree  mills AA'ith a rebate of one sixth for  prompt payment.  Alderman ll.ilIyer supported tlie Objec-  tion entered by aldermaii Fletcher. He  said that thferfe should be considerable  increases in the revenue of the city under  the head of electric light and water rates  as well as sewer rates, and ho thought a  statement of the estimated', .revenue  should 'again be; laid before the council  before the bylaw fixing the general rate  Avas passed.  After some further discussion the council decided to rise and report progress,  and the next meeting some neA\r figures  on the estimated revenue Avill be laid before the council by the city clerk.  The council spent considerable time in  discussing the bylaAV bringing into effect  the revised bylaAvs of the council.  Alderman Fletcher desired to insert  clauses in the lieense bylaAV prohibiting  the sale of liquors to minors and also to  prohibit tlieir admission into bar rooms  but as this Avas provided for in the  statutes it Avas decided to allow the proposed amendment to drop. It is likely,  howeA'er, that the holders of liquor  licenses avIH be giA'en notice that the  police commissioners will strictly enforce  the laAV.  There was a Jong discussion as to the  advisability of granting licenses, to  haAvkers. This question Avas introduced  by alderman Hillyer who expressed him-  Fatal Explosion in* Cape Breton Mine.  Halifax,'June 10.���An explosion occurred at four o'clock this morning in the  Caledonia mine near Glace Bay, Cape  Breton, Avhieh Avas accompanied Avith  terrible loss of life. Over forty men  Avore at Avork at the time and it is believed that nearly all have perished.  Twelve dead bodies have already been  recovered, and every effort is being made  __tj_xg-e_t_a_t_thc^  Iiery when the explosion happened;   The  Kirst  Second  . sioo  850  ..    50  BOAT   DECORATIONS.  First  Second  ..S 30  $20  disaster Avas caused by an accumulation  of gas in an old working. A number of  men belonging to the night shift left the  pit but a feAV minutes before the disaster.  An account of the disaster received  from Sydney States that it is supposed  that between fifty and si>\ty men Avere  in the pit when the explosion happened,  Avhieh Avas caused by fire danip, and of  this number thirty escaped, the remainder being killed. The nuulber of bodies  ���recovered, now numbers fourteen. Sonlo  of the dead are: Thomas Johnston, brother of John Johnston, manager of the  Dominion Coal 'Company; Neil McDonald, Pictou; .John Doyle, junior, and  John Doyle, senior, father and son; Stephen McCormick, Sydney Mines; Alex  BIcDonald, captain North,. Donald Martin,' William Simpson, Malcolm Macaulay  and tAvo men named Gillies, father and  son. A fire is uoav reported to be raging  in the mine. ______^   Rushing Reinforcements.  Washington, June 16.���Under the  most favorable circumstances it Avill be  hardly possible for the government to  increase its army in the Philippines up to  the 85,000 limit before the first of August.  About 0000 troops destined for service in  the Philippines and included in the proposed 85,000 force are still in this country, and Avill not be able to reach the  scene of action for five or six weeks. The  officials of the Avar department are making eA'ery effort, hoAveA'er, to expedite  their departure, and, to that end haA'e  arranged for the immediate preparation  of tlie transports Sheridan, Pennsylvania,  Zealandia and Valencia. These Aressels  are all at San Francisco and have a total  capacity of 1100. Unless present plans  miscarry all these'. vessels will, start for  Manila.before the..end of the month; .  All races Avill be for amateurs, the  prizes being in A'ahies instead of cash.  The entrance fees Avill be : For the .fours  $4, canoe tandem $2, single $1. Tlie  Nelson Boat Club has placed the club  boats at tho disposal of the competing  crews, I.ntries for the eA'ents will close  on the eA-ening of June 27tlil All communications should be addressed to Melville Parry, P. O. box 71, Nelson.  The GalicoTJall.  The opera house Was thronged again  last night on the occasion of the calico  ball given by the Ladies' Aid of the  Catholic church, .though "calico" ball  Avas rather a misnomer for pretty costumes were nuiiiiy and A'arious, and'  Nelson fully sustained its reputation as  tlie abode Of charming girls. Fully .150  guests werejpresent aud tlie only drawback was that there were, not ..���quite so  'many oT the Ysternei' se-c present as there  'should, have.been. The operahotise itself  was very prettily decorated with flags  and bunting, and ou the stage A\*as a  piano and au orchestra of five pieces who  discoursed excellent music. Behind fche  curtain long tables AA'ere ranged, laden  with good things which testified to the  forethought and excellent catering of  Mrs. Clarke and Mesdames White, Madden, La Poiiite, Sturgeon, Scanlon, Hamilton and McMartin Avho had gotten up  the dance and Avere responsible foi- the  success it undoubtedly attained.  Dancing began at 9:45 p. m. and was  'carried on until a later hour, an adjournment for supper being taken about midnight. The programme of dances was a  long and varied one, and all present  thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Both  the music and the floor Avere unexceptionable. R. E. Lemon officiated as master of  ceremonies, and professor Lawlor as  prompter.  Ink Manufacturers Combine.  Ni3'w York, June 10.���It Avas learned  today that the ink manufacturers  throughout the country have combined  into the Federal Printing Ink and Supply-  Company, with a capital of $18,500,000.  The new combination. Avill comprise.-in all  .thirty-five separate . organizations, -extending from New York to San Francisco.  LYAI Aulfc is president. ..''*���*'���'  Reported Sale of Hydraulic Ground.  A meeting.of the members of the Nelson syndicate Avho are interested iii the  hydraulic lease on Thompson river and  the Jameson creek flats, will be held this  morning for the purpose of considering  an offer for the sale of one-half of tlieir  holdings to an eastern company for  $15,000. The local syndicate is composed  of W. J. Wilson, If. R. Bellamy, A. 11.  Kelly, R.*'S. Lennie, W. Smith, C.D.J.  Christie, A. Ferland and others. The  property consists of five miles of the  Thompson riA'er and one mile of flats on  Jameson creek, some sixteen miles Avest  of Kamloops. The terms of the offer are  said to be $15,000 cash and the erection  ofja dredge to cost not less than $80,000.  Tlie offer came from some people in  Toronto.       . .  j YMIR.  The dance given last night by the baseball club Avas not an entire success as fat-  as..lumbers'were concerned.  A cricket club is beiug formed in Ymir  and AA'ill challenge Nelson and Rossland  in the near future.  Charles HoAvson of Rossland has been  paying his first A'isitto Ymir and thinks  the camp has a big future before it.  M. E. Pureed, manager of the Nevada,  left this morning'AA'ith samples from the  new strike. '  The miners' union here are acting upon the suggestion contained in the leading article of this morning's Tribune,  and are issuing notices to the press of  Eastern Canada, Avarniug men from coming west, and advising them of the friction between mine owners and skilled  miners OA'er the $3.50 AA'age.  The Ymir Mines, Limited, are still shipping concentrates to the Nelson smelter.  At the Porto Rico the contractor has  commenced to .haul up Avood, and supplies  are going in. The mill should be in full  swing next Aveek, and the shipping of  concentrates commenced  Assays from the Tamarac give splendid  results.  , ,*      . '    NELSON:  .  The Hall Mines smelter "made _a ship-'  nient yesterday of"430 bars of silver-lead  bullion  to the  refinery at NoAvark, Now  Jei'Scy.' There Avere tAventy tons' in  the  shipment which Avas valued attyiSli).1  L The   steamer International  yesterday  brought to the Hall Mine's  smelter, soilie  eighty sacks of ore from a mineral  claim  in  the A'icinifcy of Port Hill, Idaho.'   The  shipment  is   in  the  nature  of a samplen  and may be followed by larger  consignments.  Ernest Kilby is back in Nelson after a  visit to Leicester, England, where his  mother and father are still living. He  left there fifteen years ago, and his recent visit was the first since leaving  home. Leicester is a large city,  and is the seat of the boot and  shoe industry of England. Mr. Kilby  says the people o\*or there seem to be  contented and appear to be prosperous.  Although a postoffice was established  at Kokanee creek some time ago, the  ofiice has not been opened because tho  department Avill not pay the steamboats  for delivering the mails. The steamboats  want $25 a year iind  the department is  What a  present writing it looks as if this match  will fall through also.  The next meeting of the license commissioners for the Nelson licensing district will be held in the court house on  July -th at 11 a. m. Unless prevented  by sickness or infirmity all applicants  should attend in person otherwise their  applications will not be granted.  Assassination of General Luna.  Manilla, .June 10.���A Spanish officer  who has been a prisoner in the hands of  rebels, and who was released by Aguinaldo, has come through the lines to Manila. He claims to haA'e been a Avitness  of* the assassination . of general Luna.  According to his story, the relations between the two Filipino leaders were  strained to the breaking point by reason  of Luna's attempt to assume control of  affairs, and the final rupture Avas forced  by Aguinaldo issuing secret orders to the  prOA'isipnal goA-ernment.' .Luna', thereupon sent to Aguinaldo demanding copies  ' of "the documents, and Aguinaldo replied  curtly that Luna AA'as a general of the  army and tliat the civil goA'ernment did  not concern him.  Luna, on opening the reply at his headquarters, in the presence of his officers,  exclaimed hotly: "He will be dead tomorrow." One of the officers avIio Avas  friendly to Aguinaldo hastened to Yvarn  him, and Aguinaldo called; together  tAventy soldiers, fellow toAvnsmen of. his,  and stationed them around his house,  wifch instructions to kill any one attempting to enter regardless of rank.  Luna appeared the next day aud saw  Aguinaldo at the AvindoAV. A member of  the guard said : " Aguinaldo has gone to  inspect the troops." Luna then exclaimed: " You are a liar," aud, draAviiig  his revoh'er, "struck the guard and tried  to force au entrance into the house. Before he could use his revolver one of the  guards bayoneted him and another shot  him in the back/and others stabbed him.  In all he had twenty Avounds. Luna's  aide-de-camp was killed in some AA'ay.  The Spanish story has not entirely dis-  pelled the  c|pu5t����� fpij* ���Lu'iia!;��'rl<:leafc,h^t|iitfl  bets that liegf^i^^*^  the clubs,    S^nj^le^l��;'-_fi^^  1 lad taken p^Vf^o-^^  .w.Jy%-hC;Mt3yy^  here this  st  The Eigh^H^^La^i^^^^r^^,  Rossi__*i>;jiJ:h"fic^^  (���   .-.,,: ,.Y���i. Y'i7^:e.^V7_:Y.?Yj':7,_.7-^7:l"7." 7��7..e.Y_YI  of tii e eight-I'^o'iiiwiiliuiii^la'^V^Ja.'y "s,bn^0c$l%  some trouble" itt ""the ���B^u.id.ai^y; ^tffm't^'Sf:���='  KLONDYKE IS  BOOMINC AGAIN  Working in Full Swing.  Seattle, June 16.��� After an exciting  trial before commissioner Ogihne, Messrs.  Wade, McGregor and Norwood Avere acquitted of the charge of accepting bribes,  and the illegal use of official information.  Some of those Avho have- come out estimate the output at not less than $20,000,-  000 this season.  Colonel Steele of the Northwest  Mounted Police has discovered evidence  of tin organized band of highwaymen  who intend to attack gold trains bound  from the creeks to DaAV.son, and escape  with the treasure to the American side,  lie has been unable to locate the men  who are supposed to be hiding in the  hills. To defeat them he has detailed  soldiers to go to the heads of the A'arious  creeks and furnish an armed guard to all  miners desiring to bring out gold dust.  AVilliam  II. Allen, of the  Nugget Express Company, who arrived  from  Dawson last night/brought out  $40,000; in  gold dust/and is the lirst  man to arrive  since   the   riA-er opened.     He gets here  se\'eral days ahead of a hundred  miners  who left DaAvson with-him on  May 25th.  The cleanup at DaAvson had'begun  some  time before Allen leffc.    Reports received  from all the creeks show eA'erything satisfactory.    There Avas no eA'idence of the  shortage of water Avhieh caused trouble  last year.    On   Bonanza   aud   EldoradoV  creeks hundreds   of men   were at  Avork  sluicing.      These    creeks    AA'ill   produce V  more than ever this year.   Benches are  shoAving up in wonderful fashion.    Some  enormous dumps of graA'el were made in';>  the Avinter.   These are uoav being washed-;  and are ptinning  out  much better than  was expected. Dominion and other creeks;  on the Indian river are also being cleaned  up, AA'ith more than a satisfactony result.  Work is going  on dayaud  night on  many  of   the  big  claims.     There have  been a number of sales  in  the  last two <-  months at prices highup.    A large number of big nuggets have been found.  The  first A\*eek in May saAV the  beginning  of y  the collection of the crown royalty of ten  per cent.    A strong effort is  being made 7  to compel the miners to pay up  in full.;  The government authorities realize that  they -'were cheated out of much  of the  ''���royalty.last.'year and are keeping a close  watch.   ;..- YY7VYY?;  The Yukon was clear of ice in front of YY  Dawson On May 7th, nine days later than7Y;3_YSlil  last year, at four o'clock inthe afternoon/;  fche first movement Avas noticed from.thjSV  -SsiflSi  *^'f'"*���������:l  ilig.  uot Avilling  to  pay an  farce.  Last year the Dominion government  spent several thousand dollars in ���removing Snags and sweepers froni Duncan  river, so that it could be navigated. This  year fclie Canadian Pacific is felling trees  in the rivet' and it is now in as bad condition as it was befoi-e the nioney was  expended. Were, private parties to do  what tlie Canadian Pacifie is dpiug they  would soon be in tlie penitentiary.  Kelly & Steeper purchased ycstei'day  the livers'" ancl: packing outfit of Patterson; <fc Co., the latter firm reserving one  .earn and a dray wagon. The price paid  was $2000 cash.  A party 'consisting of S. S. Taylor and  wife, Mrs. W. A. Macdonald and Mrs. T.  G. Procter left yesterday afternoon for  the Outlet hotel, where they will spend a  feAV days fishing.  D. McDonald, confectioner, cut his  ankle while splitting wood yesterday.  Tliree stitches Avere necessary to bring  the wound together.  Robert Dorr, fireman on the steainer  Trail, on Columbia river, was brought to  the Kootenay Lake general hospital suffering from a broken wrist. The accident  Avas caused by his falling on his hand  Avhile at Avork.  Yesterday manager James Neelands of  the Nelsou ball team received a telegram  from Ymir asking the Nelson team to go  there today. He replied in the affirmative, but subsequently he found tliat  he could not get a nine together and had  to wire again they Avere not coining, lie  also received a telegram from Rossland  asking the nine to go .there on Sunday,  and saying'that they avou Id wire again  today if the weather kept fine. IJnfor-  tiulately there- is some, dissatisfaction in  tlie ranks, and four of the players will  not play under.present conditions; so:at  real raihvay -Soiitra^Ml'j. aii^lKp^g.tti-(fii-  capi talists, h^te^lilt^AVpyl^.be^ciuSe"; Jihebf"  employers rei'ilsetl.^'graiit,, '|h"6," old��i_-fccf,'  of wages of $3(.,5$��'*Sh0 ffi^h^rs'-eilyiloyed  in the Knob Hillj Sftl Jj^il-idgSj .QHty'ybP  Paris and Lii\_o1ii_ _;iiiUe._,"EofV Whi-h���scftm1?- ii  panics J. P. C%;a,-**o._'J'S flip g^ueijaj .)iia);i- |  ager, are at, Avork as usual: Thef are j  receiving $3.50 per day f0i> eight honi'S'  work.  On a minibetr of other properties controlled by other I'lidiA'idoal.. tcn-hoirr  shifts are still ih VOgUe.  %ai--^|&^^^  y^yM   Speculating on Andree's Fate.  S'i'oCialoi...M. June .16.���The members of  the Hydrographies congress were received  by king Oscar at the royal castle today.  His majesty showed thciii the torn dispatch from Andree, the missing avc tic  balloonist, recently found; in Iceland. 1)..  Nausea, who examined it jnosfc carefully,  declared that if Andree had s,iU��Ceed;ed  in descending with his baliooo, and taken  with bin. hiis arlns and ainiiiuuition. there  was good, reason 'to asHiune he had  re.'iched, Greenland, and won Id lii'obabfy  be founcl by tlie Nathorst expedition, it  will Jre impossible lo hear tlie result ,of  the expedition un til-September.  Ball Gaines Yesterday.  Western league��� Jin ft.do 0, India ii;l��  polls ;">.  Milwaukee 3, St. Paul 2.  Kansas City 0, Minneapolis 13.  Detroit 1. Columbus 7.  Eastern league���Hartford 1, Worcester 0.  First game���Toronto 0, Rochester 5.  Second game���Toronto 1, Rochester 11.  Providence ii, Springfield' 2.  National league���Washington, ���*>, Raffci-  more 0.  Philadelphia 1, Boston 3.  Louisville 13, St. Louis 1.2.  (h^a^ m, sdt^-��r^_^(^i*^_'.fiV#!c^^^  Hundreds 'of  pfbsil_idWrtj��. ^itiifgvii^*A  ..ijl'lewm heihgp, ftxp^d^-b^Mt',gmSr0 n  ��;iB;ep;6:age.i]t .frOi^SvcH'lSoi-i; fhglt'ij$:b.i*_||f "^'  because of ^Ivey^clabijg iihad'^vi'&yiow  viable Avarraiit.- �� "delk^niedik,^^^  Ijlfce ruin in ni^y^^Y.^iiMk^'lS^'w  Vices :are da;fced^irne"|hja/.at;^v���%& ^ihfeS^  no word .mm. beeI.;reee'iv.dnip.to7da^a^:'  to the/sailing di" judgj>^nne'who i_:-idw%^  pj'oJ-ably at Atlin, S-Ores pfxpoh \%o-^-'^C  peeted to work for hyd\'auficljing*oiupaM? ./���  Xew_haveheci_^ muglii&vifii re���--  "of fchii companies to secure" the leases '  applied' foi". All reports agree as to the  immeiise nuggets feeing found at Attin.  and The Cla*m newspa.per of ,?nue 3rd  tells of one the Sb.e of. a potato liow on  view at the,Merchants Bank Of Haliftjjjc  ft -was1 taken froift Pine ereek by 0110  Campbell, and Weigh- .o.irfceeu Ounces.  ts-i,�������__. 1  KS?"��  Butler Secures His Discharge.  P mm.) hi A, June J.G.���-Chris Butler, who  hail been in custody under charge of complicity in the recent alleged conspiracy  at Johannesburg, to promote a rebellious  outbreak, was discharged today.  White and Dixon Sign Articles.  Dk.vvioh, .June 15.... -Tommy White,and  George Dixon /today signed; articles for  a:'������match, for .the 120-poiind championship-before tho.Olympic Athletic Club of  this city on July 11th,   ...  Dean Snubbed at Vi-toria,.  ytf-TOiUA.. June J(..���-Deaii iti-rived frfljii.  l_ai,)iloop,s hist night im' the purpose of  delivering an Ultimatnni to the govery-  niei.it on tin-' sub,j.ec* of the dj._,ti'ibiitioil  of patronage in Jiis coustittK'iicy, o\'ei-  Avhieh lie has not beeli allowed control  which he claimed as his right, life interviewed pj-emiet- Semlin this morning and  duly rogis-cred ht-kjek. It appear., that  premier Semlin kicked back with sucli  vigor as to astonish the young nia-ii-, who  found himself backing out of fclie preniier's  office with permission to **go to Kam��  loops" ringing in his ears. This is the  second cold chill Dean has experienced.  What Dean intends to do about ifc is not  yet known.  Vancouver Grits Grow Crazy.  Victoria, June 10.��� -A Vancouver despatch received tonight says that the  Liberal supporters of the local gOA'ertl-  mi'ii- have decided to circulate a petition  requesting Che lieutenant-governor to  ask for 1 Ion. R C. Cotton's resignation  because of his stand on the Deadman's  Island question.  Honors Even.  Hm-IST, Prance, June . 10.���As the outcome of quarrels over the Dreyfus affair,  two duels AVere .ought here today betAveen two officers, one of the uavy and  one of the artillery, and tAvo professors at  the public schools.' One of each profession was wounded. ...SIS' X'SJi--'.-AVUS^i5_1_. Jt  W��WOT*i"-  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON   B. C,  SATURDAY, JUNE   IT,  ISM.  I'l!  f;  lb  r_-  1|_(M ,���  II-  Ill   '  W'  II;  AS  We are showing a very large assortment of parasols ranging in price  from 50 cents to $7.50. Call iu 'and see them. Our White Duck  ancl Linen Suits are going fast. A full line of Men's Linen Hats.  Just the thing for hot weather.  'S BAY  COMPANY.  A. FERLAND & CO.  I'liul  Mock. Maker Si root. Nelson  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  Baker Street, Nelson.  K  LODGE   MEETINGS.  MIGHTS  OK 1'VTIIIAS��� Ni-ls-on   Lud.e.   No.   25,  Knight", of I-j tliii'.--, nint- in 1. O. O. K. Hall,corner  Maker and Kootenay M rcnK, every Tne-dsiy evcninK at  8 o'clock.    V-silinif Knight- uorciiiilli  i:ivil-<l Inattrml.  O. KI'KNCH. C. C. fi. HO. H, K. of It. ic -..  NKLSON LODGK. NO.,23, A. F. & A. M. Mcels  second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  brethren invite.!.  A  PEOFESSIONAL   CAEDS.  H.  HOLDICH���Analytical Cliunii-- snid A__->.iyoi.  Victoria street. NeKon.  E  WA RT & -CAKl'IK���Architects,    llooins 7 and S Al>-  oidcen block, Jlaker Mruul. NeKon.  SITUATION   WANTED.  WA-"TK1>���Situation as lioin-ckccpcr, by a middle-  aged   woman   who  i.   willing  to wo k.    Apply  Housekeeper, Tkihunk ollice.  ��h�� ��rtlruiuj.  Daily Kdition    Knwr Ykak, No  110  Wkkki.y Khition Si-.vk.n'i'ii Yi:.\k, Ni>. SO  Puiimc   sentiment   at  Nelson  and   in  every  town   in    southern   Kootenay   is  clearly and unmistakably on the side of  the miners in   their  cJVorts  to  maintain  fair Avaj.es for a clay's Avork.    The people  . Avhocamc here from the ISast, came here  to   escape   conditions  that  result  from  - low wages, ami thoy  did not come to be  required    to    repent   sucli    experiences.  Their sympathy,  therefore,  is  with the  miners. Busine..s men,-excepting possibly  the feAV who deal direct AvitlTthe "niiiie  ���  . oavu ers,* know  that  tlieir  prosperity is  dependent on.   the  men   who  Avork I'or  AA'ages.     If a Ioav rate of Avages preA-ails,  little money, can "be- expended for either  Necessaries "or luxuries, and the volume of  business avi*]] be reduced to the minimum.  On" Hie Other hand, if tlio  rate  that lias  ��� been paid continues to lie paid, woi-king-  incn can,not only live comfortably, but  can. make provision for old age.    Owners  of improved real estate are almost to a  . -man in faA'or of tho miner's contention  for a $3.50  rate,  for  it means  to  them  good  interest on their investments.    A  workingman receiving low Avages cannot  pay high rents for dAvellnigs and business  men Avhose A*olume of business is reduced   ca l i uot-aff ord_to_j layJa rge_su nis-inon _hly_  for   tile   use  of  stores  and   warehouses.  Reduce the Avages of the men who "work  in the mines and rents in  every town in  Kootenay  Avill bo reduced.    The people  are beginning to  realize  that  the  prosperity of IvoriLcnay is entirely dependent  pu the nioney tliat is* .disbursed, in Kootenay   for. wages,  and  that    the  money  . cKsbiwect foi' dividends only gOfcs* to u**.-  YbiiihL totvns alid cities in distant lands (ir  ' in: foreign <_ou.fitrios.  Hvi-itY mine in   Southern   Koptcnay  tlrat is st'uiding out foi" the tfii-oe-dollur-  a-d��y 1'iite of wage for sktiled  niint'rs  is  Well able to pay  the  rate  demanded by  the ininei'S.    There i.s not a mine in the  Slocfti) that cannot pay  it  Avitliout decreasing tlieir dividends even as much as  one per cent.    The   Ymir mine (the only  mine of note uoav holding out in the Nelson district) can pay the $3.50 wage Avithout any diminution of dividends, for the  ore  is  quarried, not  mined.*   No  mines  at    ltossland    are     even     trying     to  reduce    wages.     Within     thirty    days  there AVill not be  a  mine jn  Kootenay  that Avill  not be   paying,  their   underground workers the same.rate  of wages  for   eight hours  as tliey   paid   for   ten  hours.    Kootenay will keep up its   reputation of being the best mining country  on earth for workers and   promoters and  investors.  The Eight-hour Law.in Colorado...  Kiigmcei.iiig.aml Mining Joiiriiii1.  The oightrhour-law whi-hMu'iH'jiist-g.onii';  into operation in Colorado is producing ;i  good   deal of  temporary disturbance Yin  the relations betAveen miners and employers.    Probably matters Avill adjust themselves in time,.but there is a good deal of  friction in the process, a.s seems to be ini-  ad voidable   in cases of this kind.    Various expedients haA'e been adopted in different districts   to meet the  new conditions.       The   most    generally   adopted  among the mining companies seems.to be  the system of making an hour instead of  a day  the unit of  payment;   but  this is  not at,all popular among the-miners and  other Avorkmen, who haA'e  protested   in  A'arious  ways.    In  tAvo  cases the differences have-resulted  in strikes, one at the  Durango Smelting Works and the other  in the AVard  District.    In  both places,  however,  the  strikes   will ������'probably,  be  adjusted by compromises  on the rate of  wages.    In the LeadA'ille district the large  niines  are  generally arranging to work  eight-hour shifts,  but   require that the  time shall   be taken from   the time tho  miners   reach the  bottom of the shaft or  tlie face of the  drift,   thus   demanding  eight full hours of Avork, Avith no time allowance for going doAvn into the mine, or  coming out,of it.  This plan will probably  be adopted by -a 11.the Leadville  niines.  It will take .some"--iinc.'to settle  all the  questions  involved.' and:, there /will- be a  great-deal,of discussion   over  details of  'the. various 'arrangements,:, but "no more  strikes are anticipated.        '   .   "  INCORPORATED 1670.  We would like  To supply  you with groceries  We know  We can  give satisfaction,  ancl  that it would be for our  Mutual benefit  To have yo deal with us  Try it  Hudson's Bay Stores  West Baker Street.      Telephone 13.  BRICKI_LIME!  Our first kiln of brick will ho ready for delivery about  tho 1st of .hine.   Call at oxir oflicc for prices.  During, the month of .Juno we will deliver lime in  quantities of twenty tacks and over at  60 Cents pep 100 Lbs  o  The West i\o-tenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  ffl  ffl Men's Alpaea  ffl Men's Straw  Men's Canvas  Men's Linen  B  B  B  B  B  B  l{K  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  ffl   ������ -\  ffl. In Fedoras and Derby shapes, Fawn, Grey, Black and Brown, the newest Sf  ffl shapes and coloring's are now open for inspection. jji  ffl Tl]ese goods are -th:. proper thing for summer, nice and cool, all sizes and shapes  ffl  ffl  Blouse Waists  CRASH LINEN SKIRTS       DUCK SKIRTS  WHITE PIQUE SKIRTS from $1.50 up.  DENIM SKIRTS in blue and green  B  ���B  B  B  DUCK AND  DENIM  SUITS  in white, fawn, green, and blue  Baker Street.  T. G. PROCTOR, jWanager  SONS  EASE AND  COMFORT  THiiy be obtained by using a  HAMMOCK  DURING   THE   HOT   WEATHER  NEW   STYLES   AND   COLORS  A   CHOICE   THING   FOR   THE   BABY  ASK  TO   SEE   IT  Gentlemen  If you want a natty, .stylish suit of clothes for  -print, and sumim r, I  have over 500 dillcr-  =��� . _ont patterns of Scotch  and .Knglish . tweed-,    .  - ' which I williriako to your order at the low-  .   ,   price of .. ��� '..-������'...'.. .��2j    --  - "    Blaclc Venetians inakc a ,nice suit for s-iun-  "5     iiier wearat ..-..-... ,.'_...  .��21  Jllack serge suits in sack onnorning coat...S21-  - A  heavy  Scotch   tweedy   nice  patterns - for  ,   business suit .v....I*...,.-........'....,.���..:. SIS     .-  Trouser-at equally low prices,   Kit ancl finish  ,. .;  no better in Canada;-  Ladies'fine tailoring n .r -  .   '  specialty. - Clement block; Raker street. *" 1-,   ���  '_  Steveqjs, f\\2 Tailor  Do You Want One?  ffl  The above are the goods you need now.   Gome and see them, buy  them and enjoy comfort during the warm weather  B  B  B  B  %  . YICTOEIA   ^JiiOC^.j- BAKEE   STREET,   TsTEpSOaST,   j=J. Cl  LS^"^^; *^^*;^'-^^'^^i'^'^^^,l^*^'^-^-=^i^,^J-^'^^^_^*^_'^:*!,^:_ i'SS_Sy.5��_Ss_^__��.s&,SB_  -B  b:  If you want a stylish perfect fitting suit, .nartc of the  best cloth ever imported to Nelson, leave your order  with me.  Six hundred dollars worth of new goods now waiting your inspection.   1 guarantee halisfaetion or no ..ale.  SUITS $25  ���  ���������  Nelson^ up-to-date Tailor, next Mills & Lott.  WHAY  Cliaples A. Waterman & Go.  CUSTOMS BROKERS  AUCTIONEERS  BEAL ESTATE anil GENERAL AGENTS  Baker Street.  Nelson  TELEPHONE  35  During- lhe, season we will deliver ice at. privnte rOMdences  and business houses- dailyin anj*  desired quantity at 'casonrul.le  prices.  FIUST DOOR WKST BANK II. 0. UUHiDIXG.  lOMon Sttionepy Co., IM  Influenced  US' price alone in yonf rlriifl lrtij*(nf*. Loolciijg  WcIJ nn tuWlity iiicu.il.. .irujsfiwloi'}- resnll^~-meliiis  sKUin'iiiKi t.!i-i'(jiiiedy tliat, best fulfills the pnrposO  for w.hifth you IntejHted it:. J'Ui-Uy, (ifiality, satis-  facifpu, arc lirst ("JOiisidured' h-W, but; tllways a.  in'icu that ;nitlie,-tlio plircilias- an .eoiioiiijeal one.  A .price that weans soiiiul liing lb yoii. One pftck-  .���igepfoiir  fine Ordered Clothing  Wc IirtVc a fine assortinbnt of woolens always  = _fi=hai_d_=i_J -Od__=n!ii.Iide-up=ii6=thc.=i.liorlicst-pos-=  sible ilotice.   A.s cV_i-ything is k.pt aiid made  on the prenlises, satisfaccion is assured.  ���    __...___-  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON  Lots for Sale  Sail!) \vill iwircliase ft cUflico .resiilfincc"- epraier, lCi.1 by 120  ��Goif will liurglia-O a olioiee residence coi'iuir. lftfl foot  ^2'Hltrwin "jjurchase., ��;ij-i>ti-ari��iraff(l^iaoTrca; *  S-KIO will purchase two nice lots and shanty.  S-IK'U' will  pnrchiise ehQieo  rcsidebcc coiner,  IM foot  .20(10 will 'purchase two nice lots mi'd'-bltt-so.  ��3000 will pui'-lliiso four nice lots alid residence.  QE$!''PRAJL,  BROKER.  Tea  will juake ono quart, of the best spring tonic on  the. market, and is unequalled for all Hood, liver,  stomach and kidney troubles; and the price is  25 CENTS  Caaa_a Drug and Book Co.,  LIMITED  Corner of Baker and Stanley Streets, Nelson  FOR SALE  BY   PRIVATE   BARGAIN  _0 Draught Horses,  12 I'n.uulit Mules.  11 Pack JMulcs.  IS Pack Horses.  The above stock i.s in first-class condition and perfectly  broken. The vendor can furnish if desired complete rig-  King for pack animals, also harness and wagons- for  balance or stock. Apply to Wavcrly mine, Albert Canyon, ,H. C.  For Sale  NK'KKL-h\vni_<_--I_OT  CAKI) MACHINK'  -... ,  '*' '     ,.     ������.1'I.IC-I. 512  -'   Apply to      ' " ������-  II.; C. CUMMINS, HotluKn .-fear Slorc.  FIRE. LI FBI, AOOIEENT AND SICKNESS  S__^3*GfOR^_35iTOE'  REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.  TO i^KT���Sftvenil bouses* of dill'crent sii.es.  FOR SA-LK���Ileal estale in all parts .of tlie city.  GAOL SUPPLlis.  Tendei's will bo received by the Undersigned up to the  ovonilu. of Monday, the l_H,h June, for the supplying of  tho fbllbwidK iiMiclcs to the Provincial Gaol at Nelson  from July 1st. IS-!', to June 8(ll.li. 11)01): Gracerics, lirand.  Meat, Coill. Vct-etables, Urooins, etc.. a detailed list can  be seen and any inforniatiob obtained at the Government  Agent's' ofllce.  JOHN A, TURXTSK. Government Agent.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  Sealed lenders, properly endorsed, will be received by  the underniKiied up to noon of Saf.urd'ay. 17th instant,  for the completion of the second story of the Nelson public school building  Drawings, specifications, and cond'tions of fender and  contract may be seen at, our office.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accented.  KWAKT & CAURlfc. Architects.  Rooms 7 and S, Aberdeen block, Uakerstrool,, Nelson.  A building and lot on First Avenue in the town of  Ymir. Iteiils for .20 per month. Will be sold cheap for'  cash. For further particulars apply to .Jolm A. Kh-k-  pntriek, Nelson, H. (J.  Miners' Union Meeting*.  A regular mcctiliK of the Xclsen Miners' Union will  bcholdTHrS (.Saturday) I.VKNING at K. of I', hull at.  7:!i() o'clock p. m.  "~~~7-:;. NOTICE. ���^~~~  All'parlies bavin), accounts against the late Walters.  Ashpitel arc miuestod to semi the sniii'i In'llii-iinili r-  stenecl.atoncc. JOHN K. KOWIjKY. ,  Nelson, J*. (!., May _9lUi, ISOi).  DRAYING and  EXPRESS  H. D.  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT,  HORSESHOEING  Merchandise hauled to and from douoN; bus  meets all ll-ains aud boats. Special attention  given to the transfer of baggage. Olllce and  stables on Vernon street, opposite The Tribune.  parsops produce Qo.  NELSON, B. O.  Wagon, repairing promptly atteuded to by a llist-class  wheelwright.  Special, attention given to all kinds of repai-ing and  custom work from outside pointe.  Shop:    H��ll Street, between  Baiter and Vornon, Nolson  Law_i Supplies  H-osg, nozzles, hose, Iripods, lawn mowers,  parden _f)r*iys, and wati^r ~_��i_>_i tittlriss  oi a;il lands.  Let us Put Your Lawn Service in Shape  Turner & Kbeckh block, Nelson, IX.O.  lO-Rowii  J^ouso, ccntriilly located, $._��0Q.  ,0-ltogiti OoUfciigo mid 2 .Lots <m Garljun.'tto  stti'C��t, $'1-100, cany terms.  o-liooiii   Mouse on  tS_aul.,y .street, ��5100.  J. L. VAKSTONE,      fi, H, WILLIAMS,  Mines and Mining Stocks Customs UrOker  REAL. KSTATB ANb OENKIIAI. AGKNTS  W'c arc feot_i\'ii3g daily di'rcc- frojn  tlto gcowi}!'.. ccmsig__iiifti.r-s "oi b'lL'aw��  imvrilib, Qhorfksi, Haiiartas, Oj'iinge,.,  Lornous,, ode. Stejtul u_i your  Htjiiuling o-i'dei_.  'Jriie 'ivxid'e,' Only VSupi-fiecJ  COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSEMEN  AND JOBBERS OF GREEN FRUITS  Parsons Produce Co.  Nelsoii, JJ. U.  'Although the Innes & Haniber syndicat-  lots in Addition "A" aro withdrawn from  sale, we still have a large list of residential  lots on our  list.    Lots   in   Hume Addition.  GAMBLE & O'REILLY, Agents  Baker Slroot West, Nelson, B. O.  Removal Notice.  John Clioldilch & Company he_? to announce to the  trade that they have removed tlieir headquarters from  Nakusp to Nelson, where they will for the future be established. Ponding the erection of suitable warehouses  they havo secured temporary quarters.in the warehouse  of Turner, Hceton & Company ou AVntcr streei, where  they will be pleased to receive their patrons.  Nelson, JJ. C, "May 17th; IS!)!).       .       ' '      . " ,  JOHN GHOLDITGH & GO.  George Holbrook  City Seaveng-er and  Chimney Sweep  ���('rompl attention given to nil orders left at _I. Dos-  Urlsay & Co's, JJaker street, Nelson.  i-MM BESTAURANT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  j  Opera -Xbitfte JJiock, Nelson  ars  Nelson Ifoji Works  M.vN-tn.'ACTuiu.it- o>'  BNCflNES, BOILERS, SHAJTTiNGt, IRON ANX)  B_ftASS _ASTINOS Ojff BV'fi'.RT i5Bs6Ri?TION1  Hcilitir."' -promptly atltfii'lO'l to.       'P. O: Ilox 173.  ERAL TEAMSTERS  AGJjNTS FOR  The Imperial Oil Co.   Standard Oi! Go.  Wasliii-jg-ton Brick &\\��' lime Go.  The H. W. l��|oNieII Co., lid., Canadian Aiiilira*  cite Goal (Hard)  Dealers ir]  STOVE WOOD  The only restaurant in the city  employing only white cooks.  Merchants.' lunch from 12 to 2  o'clock, 25 cents. Dinner from 5  to 8.    Short orders   at   all   hours.  BOARD AND ROOM  First-class board and room. Todd's old stand, corner  Ward anil Carbonate streets, in rear of Knt'lish ehureh.  Heated hy si cam. Table hoard ����, room and boui'-.ii  nut **-*._*_, --���-'-  A collection of fine Holf-ium .Canaries for salo. -  V-J, V. O'LAUGHLIN.  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles   St.   Barbe,   Agent.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BUKWKRS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lager Beer,  Ale and Porter  Vrompf. and regular  delivery to the trade.  Brewery at Nelson. &__________.  -JTTT-  THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON", B. C,  SATURDAY, JUNE IT, 1800.  BankofIontbeal  all paid  up,     -  Rest,  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LORD STI.ATI.C_-.'A AND  MT   ROYAL, President  (Ion. GKO. A. DttUMMOND Vice-President  K   S. CLOUSTON Gonoral Manager  3STEHL.S01ST   BI--A.3STOI3:  ti. W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.  THE BANK OF  NELSON       IIIUNI'HKK  IN        r.ONPON   (BnKlanil),   NRW   VOBK  ,imt iu i In- iiri.M_ip.il  ���JHI-AGO  atius In (Juimilii.  Hnv mid ���������ell Sterling  '.xoliange and Cable Transfers  ��� WANT <'OM VKKCIAI.   \N'I> TK.WKI.I.KIIX' nitKIIITH.  availaltlu in any purl of the world.  DKAKTB  ISSUKD    Ul) ..LKOTIONM  MADE;  KTC.  Is now prepared -to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atlin, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yu_*or* District.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CUltRENT BATE OK INTKRKST PAID  INDIVIDUALITIES.  L. Alma-Tadenia, the famousar.is., and  Henry M. Stanley, the explorer and .member of parliament for Lambeth,- were  among the notabilities who have been  knighted by Queen Victoria, in honor of  her eightieth birthday.  Some one told J. A. McNeil Whistler,  the artist, the other day, of the recent report to the effect that lie was "aging  rapidly." The reply was characteristic:  "Jt is my enemies who say that. They  have retained, untarnished through years,  the ingenious faults of extreme youth."  A northern syndicate recently offered  ��� Mrs. Jefferson Davis ninety thousand dollars for her home at Beauvoir, Miss.,  but she would not have the place turned  to commercial account. Noav the State  Daughters of the confederacy are to buy  the house for twenty-five thousand  dollars.  Despite the strong opposition of John  Morley, former Liberal chief secretary for  Ireland, and others who took exception  to lord Kitchener's treatment of the  Mahdi's remains, the house of commons  has voted the sirdar a grant of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars for his  victorious campaign in the Sudan.  Lord Rosslyn���the nobleman who Avas  announced to appear at the Empire  theatre, New York, in a leading role of  "His.Excellency the  GoA'ernor," but v*. lio  .��:bii,e^-d:Oiit^  H"     ���_i^r^.'~   'ill tin    n     tfjr*-"--      "^ i�� Pl'-Cfi    1\nn ,Pun--n-Jn,    ���      ���      -      .    ^       ._     "    " " -       " - tlil. n^r.,        DnU     4_rfnU     .-. 11  the public schools, and in 1872 he entered  Vale. His course in the university was a  notable one, and in lS7(i he received his  degree with high honors. The next three  years were devoted to the study of history and political science, part of the  time ot the university of Berlin. Jn 1879  professor Hartley accepted a tutorship in  Yale, and held tliat position for four  years, when he became university lecturer on raitroad administration. In 188(5  he was made professor of political science  in the graduate department. From 1891  to 1893 he filled professor Sumner's place  in jthe academic department during the  hitter's absence on an extended vacation.  In late^years he has taken much interest  in developing debaters in Yale university  for oratorical contests with Harvard and  Princeton, and has coached them a great  deal.  p omotion. He says: "The reason for  the change, from a raihvay stainlpoin',  was the need of providing for ihe en  largement of the executive organization  of the company, tho vast growth of its  system, and the wide extent of its operations having resulted iu ai amount of ex-  eiutive work quite beyond the powers of  endurance possessed by any two members. As to myself, I am not cutting  loose froin the Canadirn, and 1 sh 11 take  just as much interest in its affairs as J  ever did, but 1 shall now be free from  eA'ery day J luties, and 'able to see soini -  thing of the world, should I feel like it.  This is my forty-second year of continuous railway work, and my eighteenth  with the Canadian Pacific. In all these  years, I have had but two short holidays,  and I have, felt, for a. good while back,  that 1 ought to free myself from the  many demands of business, and, at the  same time, make way for the younger  men.  such  splendid position, in every way,, and its  prosperous future seems quite assured.  But one of my chief reasons for asking  our directors to permit me to relinquish  the duties of president, was to secure the  well-earned0 promotion   of   Mr.   Shaugh-  FULL LINE OF  The  present  seems  favorable for  a change, for  the  company   is in a  nessy, whose services to the com pa i y  have been beyond estin aticn. and wh m  I look upon ;is all that could be wished  for as the chief executive oflicer of a  great corporation, honorable, capable, energetic, and fair-dealing. I have knoAvn  him intimately for many years, and have  never yet discovered a fault in him, unless it be injustice to himself. The  warmth of my feelings towards him can  only be imagined by those whoknow him  well. The shareholders of the Canadian  Pacific Company are to be congratulated  on having such a man in command."  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  HU-.il-:.  W. F.. I.oden, New Denver  It. McGinn-, Molly Gibson  A. H. Wallbridge, Vancouver  I). W. "Moore, Trail  aland  .1. I j. Parker. Itos  IT. (iii_,*er. Trail  S. Sutherland. K-rtfi<son  II. .1. Hobie, New Denver  w?  7'e3-l=>-c3-l=?'r=>'t=3-[=>  cz3-e3-c^- ;  Blouses for Everybody  ffl  B  B  B  are   making* a   special   line   th  is week   on  Out  Ladies'   Prints,  stock is still corn-  he re to pur-  as we are enjoying   now,  in  coming*  1'HAI It.  L. A  G.O. Ruelianan, Kaslo  O. Worilen, Spokane  .1. It. Toole, Montana  N. Wells. New Vork  T. O. Geddes, Spokane  P. Zero. Jackson, Cal  l'\ Clark, .lack-on, Cal  AV.  Soutlicoinbo, Jackson,  Cal  QUEEN'S.  _._ flnnipltcll. Rossland  T. Milliard, Rossland  .1. Kynoch, Toronto  11.   HaiTonsafe, San Francisco  J. Tassc, Montreal  1". Bonsor, AVinnipeg  F. Douglass, Victoria  Alex. AVilson. Rossland  J. J.Millan, Porto Rico  J. O. Wilson, AVallaee, Ida  Mrs. Geo. Bately, Gem, Ida  J. Ti. Cole, Spokane  GRAND CENTI-AL,  and   sons.  A.   C.   McLean  Rossland  R. A. McLean, Ro=.-iand  E. li. Webster, Rossland  We  Muslins, Zephyrs,  and  Pique  Blouses.  pletc,  so you  need   have no   hesitation  chase.     On fine   summer days,  such  a   lady might   as  well   be without   a   hat  as to Avear anything  other than cool summer   blouses.    We can  give  you any size,  auy pattern or   color, and the   best of  it we can furnish them  at at any price.  ,ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  |Y_��^g^  ^(^kmp^kH^y': "���v"'*",r.v.\' .'���"��� '"  V5_7I>G'erlei_iIl/V*_;_i'i-,tQiiio"Iiiu'ha,:,1  wllo:. ijbw 'ii?-  , n gj -u g*    J   a i^. ^      B n n     ci on nn^r        a     "\.    �� " -i  I^|ii|i_f4'_''tj>^ l-adeir -of ihe  'Xlf'ilipiupkj l0a ini&tm'e"2df:^pkniklx\ Tkgiih  'l$kh,ihkxk$i, aih^flgbikjpie*. :lmgdf{lipg :jii��  (yyojd: i)e.dig,rPe)p lh"e����ays't  5"Jti.���. -ail. rfiiplgasV_  ^y-i^iM^tftre iu" _Q*iiie r-|_*rjeel_s*:,"JTlte S|Jai*iY  '. *isll4n me - waHtsb-tG'MIl_ t^r^^iH^iuo.,   The  'ftgSsr'bK- -nV-Hiisgaie,^-iheYf--lings to-'  "fjya ��� f.l4're.Wiln^hj. ���" The-Tagal^in ni(_;liates��  !;t|.eiii0"to-hv4iii_ ttl ib" Cli;-iuaii*iS3u; lh "���ih-atufes*"  I" ..b^hi'fely no iiitei-est iii #te "otli-.i" three".  IL    Ijieiltenilnt J-dgfers, of the Tdkinariilkpd  {pflilJdlipk^ reeexrily' pyr.kye.hped afising "di "tlxp  ��� aSV.S.H^-s  in it   very niugite ��ilia;iiileP.   irThe,  ^a,iVr|i?MnttoS had ,0rd��5i'_lfl   -he.i'egisfiratiou,  pC"i.O riltes in.the p0^._fe��sic'.ii of'the -ha-.,  ' tij\7_s,itnil tihelatter f-i.rc_d"feli-lt their gims  were to l>e takeii; away*.    But the offi-er��  tohl thehi tliat th^ir "Weaj-ioiis Avere mere-  .If to be "viiccinjited," j.nd as they j'elnehi-  bered the beneficial Ivoi-k of the vetei'in>  y-ify" surgeoiis   during:  the   great cattle  plague,, they eagerly svibiiii^ted^hei^giin-^  Cars Jump the Track and Get Lost.  Railway nien at Blboniington, Illinois,  are marvelling over a phenomenal occurrence on the Chicago & Alton.' A freight  train was going west on the Kansas City  division. When near Prentice, Illinois,  on account of a broken wheel, one of the  cars was thrown from the track into the  ditch, nearly fifteen feet from the rail.  The track Avas uot injured. The couplings at both ends of the car Avere automatic and the car slipped out Avithout  breaking those ou the tAvo cars next to  the derailed car. The tAvo sections of the  disunited train soon came together again  aud coupled automatically. The air connection Avas broken, but, although the  train stopped,' and the air Avas again  connectedjthe trainmen did not miss the  car, and it Avas not missed until the conductor looked over his train at Rood-  house. The car Avas found in the ditch  next morning by the roadmaster.  The editor of the RailAvay and Shipping^  _    ��       ,fl,.,fl.P,    ���a   ��n_���__*..2*      _,   _P_"___n��_n  ^n_4!Uo^    .p.y ^ ." ^fl flB.._...S    ___. -"-_ _f.____._ .5?^  �����.-".-f?��������"��� " y% X..^.o r -p-��vy -i.��-"* -��.fl-yAiflpyy-p./������*w ���  y^njn \pe$*fyS pe,kk ��P%%, (^e^of^p^jg^i  =iwr  11 ovel   vitccllia'-ioii  evil  against  spirits.  A long feud between tlie Bsvvarntn royal   family aiid the   house   of Thurn and  Taxis hii.   iiOav.ended,  and prince. Albert  [of Thurn find Taxis has'accepted from the  princeriegent of J3avaria the title of duke  of Worth  and J_)oiiaiistauf.     .For many  l.yeai's prince   Albert neglected  no oppor-  |;tuiiity of expressing his eninity toAvilii'd  the prince regent, and when the latter  v_isjted_ Regeiisburg for the uuveiltii-g of  the  Waliialla  inoniiiaeiit  to J_oit-is the  I^ii'St, the estJihlisliineut of prince Thurn  and Thxis was the only building tliat did  rvofc display deoovafcions in .honor of the  event.  ^William A. Bfiekill, iln engineer in the  Ncav York- fire department and a skillful  mechailic,   invented   more   than   thirty  years   ago tlie  now  familiar  device by  i Avhieh   water in   a fire-engine's   boiler is  I kept near the boiling point all the time,  the heat being Applied from a stove in  'the   cellar,   and   the   Avater   circulating  , through  pipes  which  are. automatically  disconnected Avhen the engine starts for a  fire.   As the city declined to pay for the  use of the apparatus, "which A\*as patented, he began a suit in the courts tAventy-  nine     years   ago.    He   had    recovered  nothing when he died iu 1896, but a special master of the Federal court reported  last Week tliat $894,633 should be aAvard-  ed to his heirs for the use of his invention.  Professor Arthur  TAvining Hartley. M.  A., who has been appointed president of  Yale university to succeed professor Timothy Dwight, Avho  resigned, was born in  New Haven  on April  23rd, 1856.  and  is  tlie only son of professor James "B. Had-  ley of Yale college, the famous Greek professor,,    and   Annie    Twining    Hartley."  Apart from a feSv years spent abroad, he  [vahvayshas  resided in Ncav Haven.    His  preparatory education  was acquired in  luYHliiiQisffaiid .Viglc1irfgi>f,6i^"his"e.x'p.(?H6W6e'_  Mi?; ^h^b^^-pllied^WipU^V^^  ''The only  ease  U'hei'e^ Gap was lost pvit pf a traiii  'Ui#howhD  to _il_njf t "ojE tlie>traiu.znSn, .thfit  ..ca1n_. i|n,der;my��"ll)|jsei'-y|t'tiou, ^vAs"*-'.gpcidj  iiiaiiy yell's"'_gOTi��on thedtikiid Triiiiki   iti,  bccuitrert"\\.ith;���aj" _;i_ei^ii|^ ;tiJa_n" fronr T6r-  onto   tp - B4elledyiliei .  **V��%11' "the Ytriviii  "I'.ea.cliei;!;1 "(Pd ffilldlje [:ii2pe\i$lih glMdy to], he.  ���sina'do"Ph |ie.e*P��u;iit of It. hrplieh linkypfpiix,  5f forget Viii'eli, fcutjtliis attfect-d rio;at-:  tention, tis it avus-Ijieily^dpivu gi'&de frpiu  tlie stiitioil Ayest Pf Pp _t I3.<3pe, ^ewipn-"  ville: t_P��i?bi't Ho||g; ^iit^vhpn"^!^'-.t-IUii.;  readhetl Belleville the <jhe*"c].e_> ihfpriged'  tlie epiidu^tpr t.nit he had,one car'le$s  tliifinhe had- iva-y"  bill for.   ^he cpnduc-"  tor at��first denied, it. 'lild AA^as^only satisfied   alter gPiiig'pVit,   in the   yard   'tod  cheeking his train.    The missing car A\ras  fonnd  On the edge of Lake Ontai'iO down  at the foot of an  emhankinent.    The pe-  easioii   you nien tion   of a   cili' leaving a  J_;rainJMtwae:n_3��iuuil.leg=  oeciii-red some feAV yeai's ago, but the ear  simply jumped clear of the track and the  trainmen saw ifc.   A more remarkable oe-  eurreuct.   took phtce a couple of months  ago on   the Manitobiii   <fe   Northwestei'ii.  when the boiler of the engine on a train  exploded.   The   train had   started on a  down   grade   when   the explosion   took  place.    The engine, tender  and refrigerator car   left the track completely and  .(trite unknown to any of the trainmen or  passenger.,   oii   tile   train, Avliich "wits a  mixed'  one-, i-isd it   avms only ascertained  when the train came to a stop that there  was no engine on it."  Compliments His Suedessor.  Sir William V. Van Hornc has stepped  down to alloAV Thomas G. Shaughnessy a  chance to run the Canadian Pacific, and  on doing so says his succe.__or has earned  Vienna Restaurant  Bakor street, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nolson.  MKAL8 AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT  BAKERY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  :e__    _-_:*cr:E-:��--_r,    _-eo_-eietob.  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of ill kinds.  .If what you want is not in stock we will make it for you  CALL AND GET PRICES.  D. C. Ciinnichael, lvaslo  Mi's. .1. B. Tennant, Kaslo  P. Soi'reiil-en, ICaslo  SILVEl  D. Johnson, Sandon   ��� ���  E. 'Anderson, Ymir  D. Nicholson, Sandon  MADDEN. -  ��  Tim O'Lcary. Rossland I J. Rourke, Kuskonook  J. C. Ryan, Kossland A. James, Silver King  F. Campbell, Creston |  TREMONT.  J. U. Martin. l'*eniio  K. R. Lallerty. Tacoma  KING.  J. A. Kerr, Athabasca  .AI. Matthew., Duluth  AV. Ci Tonkin. London, Enj,'  MARTIN  O'REILLY & CO.  'Iffl.  ��fc  BANK  OP   B. C.  BUILDING,   NETaSON.  '.^.(=3.(^.c=>.(=>.(3.(=>.(=?.eg.c=*.(=>.(=>' (=>'C=>'C=>' tSt.CZ>.��  TERMS   CASH  r.m  .1=3' c3.C=>.(=3.  M:  P. F. Stimley, A'mir  .1. .Spencer, Ymir  A. D. McDonald, Brooklyn  J. Braken. Rossland  J. R. McPhersou, Ymir  The Treraont Hotel  IPLONE & TREGILLUS  P. Burns & Co.  WIIOLESALK   AND   liETAII,  PROPRIETORS  Headquarters for Miners and Ppospeetors  THE BEST BRANDS OF  R"����f  ; ;_H^;IJT^A^'l^:4.|p5^TRE|ia'S ;������:  "��� CHi_liLE_��*HjKCyM^  �� -H^JlR\*3f��'5'tisTQN,,"  "yyFti$ciiivrjli&t��    ��� ," "  Liquors and Cigars  ALWAYS ON HAND.,  "     MAXUKAGTURJEUSjOK axd  DEALEKS IN,  " *   Raiifglifand finessed. LwMer  Mouldiin^s  DoorS and Sash  Fewce" Posjs and Pickets  OifjceYarid JSto_?ev Fittings  i^AOTony Svcimc. liotaifo QikopiiX  SUCH,AS  Scroll Sawing  Band Sawing  Wardrobes and  (general Joinery Work  ]tf STOCK.  ia^d"$4-o|ty  _l_lalSi_i-e1:sS_-i', '.iSiisWiB..'  IJAKER" STfiICETs .NELSON,  JTleal^d ymib H:ot A:i_r and  ?fc^hfed:Sty ftifectr^ix-ily  Meat Merchants  Wholesale Markets at jJelson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  RETAIL   STORES  AT  Nelson,   Trail, Ymir, Kaslo,  New Denver,  Sandon, Silverton, Cascade  City,  Grand Forks,,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.  ^S_Byv.r*pPE_ Head Office, Nelson, B.C.  West Kootenay Butcher Go,  ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  3_?!^��-I_-a3^^  S?H:4 -3M_-iSi-^lififtli?M_^  ^4r'S*p^efe'#els1^f  ,-^s-Q:.- y:y^:o��y:'.  ���flMnymyy  ��.s.V;a7-5YV  ���   "   '���'-��������������-   _fc��W(  ORDERS _lY _.lA-tli!ii'Enc3EI^EB 'cMikFUL A^^&0t%fA.fm^K%oisi  ��Y--" =,��"���'- s���.-���',.3,f ��� ��� ��� ^"2:" y,��." v,y,2�����,- Z ".".. ���������'"....".^"lYi^v-.s; yypViyyy-'^yyi^pT,  . 'fi:EACf 0i~Fi&E,. MHi^^J-lM^k^yy"l%y -p'l^B  Largo" comforUible bedroomfs and   -lrsi>cla|>s dining  room .  Sample rooihs for comhierciar tiien.  _E.-4uO.E3S __5S _?-e_-_, i3_3,j<a_"_r'  K/frSi  E. C.  Late of tHe ROyal Hotel, Calgary,  "0ass of all Sizes and Kinds  Sawmill on (-ovoi'nment) wharf.  i*actoi'j* and oillcc, -onior Hiill street anil C.1VR. truck  WILL DO WKLL TO  BUY THEIR  A large stock of H,rsfc.class dry li. iterial oil hand, also  a full line of -tell, door., mouldinga, turned work, etc,  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  BOATS! BOATS! BOATS!  FOR SALE OR HIRK  Repairing and fitting a specialty.   Sails made and rigged.   Fishing rods and tackle  W.J. ASTL.EY & CO.  Boats built to order.  _lty.   Sails made and ri   mended.   Afc Government wharf, Nelson.  (Ex-Sheriff of South Kootenay)  GENERAL AUCTIONEER  Cash advanced on consignments of merchandise,  l'ostollice Box 572 Nelson. ]). C.  SQUIRE^S^RANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing' 120 acres of land within ono and a  quarter miles of Nelson'.   Por further.  particulars apply to  FRED   J.   SQUIRE,   Nelson,   B.   C.  Yard:   Foot of Hendryx .street, Nelson  Telephone, 91 Johtl    RaC,   Ageilt  PETER &ENEL1E & CO.  Headquarters for  FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL  H. D. \\Um, Manager.  Tlio finest hotel in the Interior.  Large sample rooms.   Stt.rt.ni hunt nnd eloollric liglit*  CORNER, OK \VAR'0'-A-J.I) 'VKRN'OJs' STS., ^KLSO'N  All cdmrWunic;ati.S;nus relating .lo ;Bi;itisl-|^epfUn-ftaia  busin-SS tfe'be.ad&r.dssfdl to :Pu0.���ilDr'k^(cr\  606'i 'l.'els'br.i British Gojjunfibia "   ': ' -       ,     . :.,      ����\.r\  n _s��xv7l  "Y 'f._si  . RSDERIGKROBEeT^ON' General Manager i   *.*���&-.   _>->-v^r" "rt"  '& :.'  :;.s; FC5VVL.ER, e;.W.; i_ifriing EVjgihe _r i INbLoyN; 0. u,  CXB1   Ssr-DOLSOiSJ4,   B-  _?_.  Is  now pre pared   to  bu"y all  classes of silver, gold, silver-lead; lead and  copper ores.   The careful attention given to large contracts will be p^fphded  =to=the-srriaile-t=shippei-r^Prom;pt=settlem_nts=an^^^  ing guaranteed,,  Address all communications to drawer S, Nelson, B. C_  GEORGE M. McDOVVELL, MaaAger.  0, M. ROSENDALE, Purchnsfnt? AgenL  ILVKFIR AiSTI.) xyxilp STU'KJSTSi NKLSON  We mako a specialty of  Sljiplap aqd Double Dressed Material  Goad Dry Rustic and Flooring  Oflleo and yard near C.P.R. dopot   K. G. BEKR, Agent.  CRESTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  All sizes of dimension timbor and all kinds of lumber  out to' order, and shipped to Nelson in carload lots  Writo for prices. ,7.   7.   .  The only hotel in Kelson tlntt has remained mifler one  tiiaiiai.eiiieii(.Bitico Igw.  ���  The bed-rooms are v.ll furtilKlled, and lighted by  electricity.  The dining-room is nOt second to any in Ivrtolciiay.  The bar is always stocked by the best domestic and  imported liquors and clours.  THOMAS MADDKN, Proprietor.  Large and well lighted Healed Ity hot. ai  Reasonable rates Sniuplo. rooms  Klcctric bells and light in every room  Renovated and refurnislied throughout  HOTEL,   VICTORIA  J. V. PERKS, Proprietor  Revelstoke, B.C.  Frco bus meetfl all trains  Hourly street car to st-itioii  KOOTENAY  COFFEE  GO.  CO-'-'EK  ROASTKKS  AND  AN'D    DEAI.KI.S  COFFFiK.  IS   TEA  Offer fresh roasted cofl'ec of best quality  Java and Arabian Alacha, per pound..  as follows:  .......$ 10  .lava and Mocha Ulend, 3'pounds...... ������������   1 "���  Kine Santos, 4 pounds _:   1 "0  Saulos Rl'iiif-. .'> pounds    1 W  Our Special Ulend, fi pounds       I ''"  Our Kio Roast, fl pounds ...,  ...; .-.-...-.'.- 1 i_m-  . ", A (rial order .soliuited." -  Salesrooms  2. Doors  East   of   Oddfellows  Bakor Stsoot  BlocK.. .West  A. THURMAN  SMOKERS' HEADQUARTERS  Keeps a full line of  ROYAL SEAL AND KOOf ENAY BBLLE CIGARS  Atid all other brands of the  Kootenay Cigar lanulcteing Company  AT FACTORf I'liU'KS  OP _-T_3___So_*sr,  _^. o.  Nelson Tent and Awning lanufactory  ALL   ___X_Sr_DS   OF|  CANVAS GOODS,  TENTS,  AWNINGS AND  FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS FOR  VERANDAHS AND WINDOWS  ALL SIZES OK TEXTS IN* STOCK    .  Maker street, opposite postollicc, Nelson  THEO-  M-A-IDSOlsr  W. P. DIOKSON  B. H. H. APPIiEWHAITB  J. MoPHBB  Kootenay Eleetrie Supply and Constpuetion Co.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  NELSON, B.C.  Complete Electric Equipments for Electric Power Transmission ami Lighting for Mines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  ���'���'P. O. Box'606. * .  ... Josephine Street, Nelson, B, O. SfY  ���Mi  y-2  B_  My  yy,  THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON, B.C., SATURDAY, JUNE 17,  1899.  Cool and Refreshing  When tired and heated there is nothing so  refreshing as a drink of Soda Water.  We have all flavors and our fountain is the  best in Nelson.  w.  EETZEL & GO.  CORN Kit BAKER AND .lOSKl'llINK STREETS. NKLSON  See  GILKER THE FURNISHER  FOR  Summer Shoes  CANVAS OXFORDS  CANVAS BALS  TENNIS BALS  In all colors, white, gray and tan.  FROM  Q ��*   >���*-. P. O. Store  $1.25 Up  "Yii-K-I  i-.V��7'  iimeinber the Name  ^nKSZi^^zJ-  *'*_ 3%  .EMPORIUM  T. will bo lo your .idyanlagc to see our large  and compIoUi slock of .Boots and Shoes. AVe  ciii'iy tlio following lines: J. &,. T. J3ell, J.  D. .King A Co., N.orUi Star Shoe Co., Foots,.  Seliultz ifc Co., Stratford Shoe Co., Ames, Holden ifc Co., and other leading milkers.  26 AND 28'WKST BAiOSR STREET, NSXSON  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  Along the Water  Front.  The river has risen 7] inches chiving  the forty-eight hours ending at 0 p. in.  yesterday. The steainer International  was at the city wharf yesterday on her  usual run, after extensive repairs to her  boiler. Yesterday a. freight carrying  boat built by AV. .1. Ashley ��S_ Co. was  shipped to the Lardo. h'reight is brisk  up there at present. Plenty of trout  may be seen rising on the river of an  evening now.  She Found- Her Man.  Mrs. Jessie Tennant has got her man at  last and he will be taken back to America  today. There have been many conflicting stories, but the; following' appears to  be the true version. Airs. Tennant lives  at Salt Lake City, where she owns considerable property. The prisoner, Barlow alias li. I_. AVhite, roomed in the same  block as Airs. Tennant and became acquainted "with her. She was in poor  health last winter and Barlow transacted  considerable business for her, eventually  getting a power of attorney to collect  her rents. Soon afterwards she left for  Sacramento to go into the hospital there,  leaving her valuables in Barlow's' charge  who promptly decamped, taking Avith  him $1500' iii cash and $1800 worth of  jewelry. *  Mrs. Tennant only learned of her loss  on leaving the hospital, ancl 'immediately  started after him. She traced him to  Walla Walla, thence to Spokane, and  from Spokane to Hosslaud. It. appears  that in March he opened up a store in  Rossland wliich he ran for a couple of  months, pawning some of the jewelry in  the meantime. From there he -went to  Duncan City via ��� Nelson, where he was  arrested. He was selling lots on commission for AAr. J. Twiss at Duncan City. The  woman he originally had with him has  disappeared. This morning he will be  taken as far as Wan eta by a provincial  constable, and at the boundary he will  be handed over to the marshall of  Northport.  .NELSON.  The English crew which will compete  ���in the "international" fours has been  made up as follows: C. B. AVinter, stroke ;  Kelly, Curtis and II. B. Haines. All the  four crews are now practising except that  of the canny Scots, who this time are  not upholding their nationality with  their usual vigor.  -j The base ball* and "hicrosse- clubs will  build a permanent grand-stand on.the  recrei-tion ground* with, a seating capacity-  of 1000. The .manager- of.- the -lacrosse  team approached the manager of the  base ball team yesterday in the matter,'  and after some "discussion the lattcy  agreed that t'hetwo chibs should halve tho-  rec.eipts taken in during.the celebration.  After that each team-will be entitled to  the    moneys   received   during   its   own  matches;  Rev. 11. Frew returned yesterday  morning from Ainsworth. where he delivered a lecture.  I\ Burns and Co. have sold the Merchants hotel building to II. Scions, and it  will be moved to a site on 'Vernon street,  cast of Hall. The building was erected  by colonel Topping in the spring of 1S00,  and was the fourth frame house built on  Baker street.  The rails for the electric tramway anon the way, and, as will bo seen elsewhere, C. Halifax Hall, the company's engineer, is calling for tenders for tin; nec-  ccssary ties and timber.,,  Anot In r kiln  containing _;"..,(I00 brick  is now burning at* the Nelson yard of the  West Kootenay Brick ��fc Lime Company.  Kighty thousand brick from   the  Balfour  yard will be landed in Nelson u.x7 week.  Application     for    a    hotel    license    at  Collins'   ranch   opposite   this  city    was  made at New Denver ou.Thursday before  the license commissioners of the Slocan  licensing district by George   Keefer  and  .1. AValbey.    The application was refused.  The   licensing   commissioners   for   the  Nelson licensing district met yesterday in  tlie ofiice of the jjrovincia.l police to consider applications for licenses.     A license  was granted to-I'.   Fitzgerald  of Salmo.  Theapplication of Chcrbroand Mannarino  of Kuskonook Avas adjourned until   July  ���1th, because the bondsmen  were unsatisfactory.       The   applications    of   M.   11.  Gilliam, of Erie  ami   Boyer  &��� "Lovell of  Ymir were adjourned until the same date  because  of   the  non-attendance  of   the  applicants.  A meeting of the men employed at the  Hall Mines smelter was held at the boarding liouse on Thursday evening for the  purpose of choosing the doctor who  should treat the men, as provided by the  amendments to the Masters and Servants  Act. In the voting which ensued Dr..  LaBau received. _ votes, .Dr. Symonds  3 and Dr. Hall 44, "thus, getting the 'appointment. The medical supplies will be  obtained from the Canada. Drug & Bool-  store. Charles Farrow was secretary of  the meeting.  BUSINESS. MENTION.  .Tames Kelly and H. Steepsr yesterday  purchased from 0.' \V. Paterson & Co. 1.1 ic livery business iiml pr'ipcrr.v adjoining llioir stable' on Slanloy  street. Thoy li ivo now a complete oul.Hl and can t.u.i��*-  untr-Q siili-if.i-iion Lo tho public in l.ho way of .������.���.���I'll- and  pick horses lo imy of tho mine*. Mr. IColly i. well  known, not. only here. butaNo in tho Kuinlonp. district,  whore lie still has considerable business interests, ho  haviir. be mi in the province for tbe last twenty years.  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  0RE  CARS  CARRY IN STOCK  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coa.  �� Pipes, and Fittings  Giant, Caps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  lllirfiiiSSte^  and Wooden ware  __������__, ~.+     _      _    .__--    -_-_��   \WjjLr  K2I  WOC DEIS  Stoves, Ranges,  Iron,  Steel,  Sheet  Canton Drill Steel# material ^ Pa��.�� ����tkss  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 ean find rest  by reposing, m one of our  HAMMOCKS  NEW  REED  ��� &_S&5��i��_M^_��.J^_*^  __L X-i^roxi^itjayc 1  =s&^  ��*'  DINING   ROOM  ;_c__. -i-  Corner 1'i.ikcr and -V^urd 'Streets  NELSON,   B.C.  DRAWING   ROOM  _C_C_A.,rTXIsrG-  m  ���rtte&'& Gp-tets and  Mggies  Gentlemen's  OF ALL  KINDS  CO  ���I  3>  co  f~  GO*  =*c  rr\  O  .11.  r���  CO  C3  _K  GO  NELSON, B. C.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO,  Stiver's Lime Juice (pints and quarts).     Stowcr's Clarified"  Lemon Squash.     Star Lime Juice.    Saint Liieia Lime Juice.  or Camping  Lunch and Ox Tongue, r-s and 2's. Roast Corn Beef, i's  and 2's. Polled Meat, large assortment. Lazenby's soup  squares-, ' n��� ���     . ���    ���  Liberal nmtmeni  OUR  LEADERS % '  1 will show ;tti cxtcii-i.vo lino Ot goods bought, direct  fi-pm  tlio manufactures iii England, France, G .rili-iny,  and tho United Slates.   Also goods fi'Om the best, Cami'  clian manufacturers.   Tl_-J,rte*tau_d7-e_-^^^  NOT TO l_0_l_ AT  liARKIl STIIKKT' WftST.  Corner Baker and Ward Streets.  ta^gSS^&s.^  FOB STYLISH MILLINERY  and Fancy Dress Goods  Blouses and Dress Skirts  " ��� ��� CALL .ON     7.  Mrs.    E.   McUau gh 1 i n  josjcfhin K STiiKKT,: n ei sos yy YYY-  Ice Cream  (IIAZLKWOOD)  AND  Ice Cream Soda  ^T GENTHAL FRUIT STORE  Fresh,Fruit received daily   : 7 ������ *.-  ���Noxl. door to'Nulson Wino Co. "'��� ���'������'   .''���'������::v7"*       '  ^Telephone���u:t..Y.v*.:-i'-*.*: 7JIUMPIII.Ui.VS & PITTOCK.  tfor  Strawberries and  other fruits in season.  your order.   Prompt delivery.  Hazlewood lee Ci-earn  Ice Cream Soda and  All Kinds of Soft Drinks  Leave  Jewelry, J_boiiy aftd Cut Glass.  1 also carry aiargo variety 01 Gold and Silver Novelties,  UrooclioSv,'St.is. Crescents, Pins, ote.  We ahvays Carry n coni _)lete line of VVatclies.  ALWAYS IN. STOCK.  If) and 11 cartlt Solid Gold Lorgnettes.  S, IU and 20 year Lor_;cettos.  Gill, and liraid Lortenuttes.  Coral and Silk Lorgnettes'.  Kolltfd Plate Hlouso Sots.  Gold Filled Wons- Sots.  Silver and Gilt Hlouso Sets.  Gold and Silver Sasli Buckles.  Plate aiid Oilt Sn'.ll JJuoklos..  ;-,, 10, ?5,.aiid ai vear Itolled Plate (told Filled Alberts.  Silver, Gilt, :.uii iClijldino Alberts.  1,0 styles aiid f|ualllie.s in Brooclios.  100 Ktyles.in J.iJrs, '      :   .    ,    ��  _, 10. iii. and 20 year Itolled Plato and Gold .illed  Linl-s and UnttOii-.  Silver and J'fliirl Links, Hul't'on* and Studs.  Cut Glass Perfunio Uottles.  Cut. Glass .'lower Holders.  Gut Glass Toilet llottles.  Cut Glass in 10 dilfercnt styles nnd articles.  lliaiiioiid Ttinii-, Claw and Gem HiilK in every known  stone and design. -  -JACOB DOVER, The  Mail orders promptly atlendod to.  Fine watch ropaii-iug a specialty.  BUSINESS AND RKSID1CNT.IAL  PROl'ERTY  Fai_iQUs  Piu-p. Qoki Jams aiid, Jelifies.    _yI*eLar.i_ii's Slieese,  Fresh Canadian Crea'm Clieese..  -^.--cai'iiy-it'l--���Iargjest-St0-I---Qf_--G.i:oeeri:es;>.-Croc1.er^f���etd..)-.in7  Ison or any other town in the Kootenay.  Your trade is solicited, satisfaction guaranteed.  Teleplvone 10.  P. G. Box K Be W.  Baker street West. Nelson  Kirkpatrick & Wiison  MILLS & LOTT  Agents for Ha_Iewood Ice Cream.  Notice to Contractors.  The xiiidersiKiicd is prepared to receive sealed tenders  to bo opened at. Kin. m., .Monday, Juno 2Mh, for tlie following material, delivored in Nelson, for tlie eonstriiclion  of an Klcctric Tramway.  4000 Railway Ties. .  40,000 F. B. M.g-Squared Timber.  40,000 F. B. M. of 3-inch Plank.  160 Cedar Poles.  The above quantities bciuj; approximate.        7   -:  Siiceilleations may be.seen in  the Jlaedoiiald. Bloelc,.  Room r.:*- ���*���'������.    '���' ''(,-''':':~,������',--  The. lowest or any louder not necessarily aecepled.��� _,  .   ���     . C. 11A1AFAX llAldi.,  30 by  120, Baker street between Josephine and  Ward strec* s  ��8000  60 by 120, Baker street, between Josephine and Hall  streets.:.   ....   1500  50 by 120, Baker street, bt tween Josephine and Hull  strccLs, corner.....    30 by 120, East Baker si rect     800  25 by 120 with improvenioiits, south sido of Vernon  street -   5000  50 by 120 with improvements, south side of Vernon  street ������   -   fiOOO  2 lots and large house beautifully furnished (snap).. '1000  2_tlots with cottage rented at ��15 per mOutli, Victoria  i street.  3300  1 lot with cottage rented at ��15 per month, Victoria  .  street   2500  2 lots with cottage rented at ��20 per month, Stanley  street  3000  C lots in block lil>, all cleared and fenced lh. ....... 2500  H-room house and 10 lots set out, in orchard    1100  2 lots and improvcm.nts, 52 head of cows, 2 horses,  wagons, sleighs, harness, aud everything in connection with Hurry's milk ranch..���.    ���......    5500  Tor general information on real estato and for further  particulars on above property apply Io  MOHEIT SAVED BY BtTYIM3- YOtJR  lasses, S  ETC.,   _5-_a03VC   -GTS  Wo cari'y the largest stock  Can (III your orders tor any' .pinnl'ity  . DesBrisay & Co,  FRUIT JARS I    FRUIT JARS I  Direct  from the manufacturer in pints,  quarts, and  half gallons.  Lake of the Woods Flour in stock.  JOHN A. IRVING & COMPANY  ���     .  Baker Street West, Nelson, ]!. C.  .. Ileal Folate and General Age.nts, Baker St., Xelson .  ECIAL ATTSNTM  Tho supply Is limited. 80 cfill early and .examine i.lii" sl.oek.  Have just, received a consignment of Harris home  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FRED J. SQUIRE, Baker St. Nelson  . * ^m^^^jgim  itsmmsm  SjSslS.

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