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Array HONORS FOR JOYS AND GIRLS  Result of School Examinations.  A comparatively small number of visitors Avore present yesterday at the school  house to Avitness the announcement of  tho honor roll for the year, and the giving away of the certificates. The insufficient accommodations at the school were  brought strongly into relief yesterday.  Only 211 children Avere presont, though  tliere should haA'e been 301, and still the  rooms Avere uncomfortably crowded, especially for hot Aveather. Principal  Soady, in an introductory speech, said  they had had a hard year's work. The  school was badly graded. It had suffered from over-crowding, Avith consequent irregularity of attendance. Hence  the promotions were not as numerous as  they might otherwise have been. He  added that two more teachers were expected after the holidays, and that there  might then be a re-arrangement of the  classes. He then proceeded to read tlie  promotions and the honor rolls in the  A'arious divisions. The certificates of  honor in the fifth division were given  away by Mrs. Smith, in the fourth by  Mrs. Bannei'iiian, in the the third by  Mrs: D. Mackay, iu the second by Mrs.  Hoi'ton, and in the first by inspector  Burns,. avIio presided OA'er tlie proceed 'ifxgs.  These read, inspector Burns read the  list of the candidates for the high school  entrance examination, of whom there were  six. Four had passed, and of the other  tAvo one had obtained the necessary GO  per cent of the total, but had failed to  obtain the necessary 30 per cent in one  subject, namely arithmetic. The other  had obtained the necessary percentage in  all subjects, but failed to get the required proportion of the total by a lew  marks. Neither of these'Avill-have any  trouble iioav in passing. The highest  number of marks obtainable was 1100,  so a minimum total of GOO had to be  reached. FoIloAving are the names and  marks of the candidates for the high  . school entrance examination :  Anna McDonald, 751; Guy Roberts,  713 ; '-Mabel McVicar, GS3 ; Marie Hoi'ton,  082; Jack Bannerman, 077; Joseph  Curran, 028.  Inspector Burns, after a short speech  in Avhieh he urged a large attendance at the election of a trustee  to be held today*.'called- upon the Rev.  Robert FreAV to speak a. feAV" Avords.  Mr. Frew impressed upon the children  the necessity of patriotism.    Canada was  r^a^mos^beau^  \'t*<5^b'.e-4_r|TO  &M  QPvte  SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE -.<_,  ISO'!).  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $6 A YEAR;  "WEEKLY,  Minna fitter, Hugh Gallon, I_dith Thelin,  Irma Mackay, Ernest Steel, Eddie Jack-  man, Ernest Kinahan, Pearl Duncan,  Mary Harwood, Edna Ellis, Minnie  Johnston.  Promoted from first to second reader���  Reuben McCandlish, Willie Dates, Cora  Hawley, Florence Forin, Bonnie Crossett,  Gladys McCreath, Clara Murphy, Blanche  Jackman, l-thol Lawrence, Gordon Ilol  lington.  Fourth division���Promoted from First  reader to Second reader ���.fames McGregor, Ebba Skatbo, Milton McCandlish,  Roy McGregor, Ivan McKay, Nona Mill,  Charlotte Clayton and Gladys Roberts,  equal.  Promoted from First primer to Second  primer���Alma Meyers, Lillian Hill, Kate  McPhee, Fred Emory and Willie Edlund,  equal, Pauline Tosca, Raymond Bard,  AlmaDemars, Willie McCardia, Elizabeth  Scoley, Jack Miller, Nina Hop ton, Mabel  Knudson, Charles Couuou, Theresa Barrett, Nels Nelson, Ernest Shaw.  Fifth division���Promoted from First  primer to Second primer���Pauline Gebert,  Howard Aldous, Jennie Currie, Mabel  Hall, Leon McCandlish, Edgar Ellis, Lee  Hall, Nita Smith.  TRAMWAY COMPANY'S PROPOSAL  0veeidi��un'gaii!  ortanee jQ^eJhj.tfa^io'jij, and: im��  Ogilvie's Klondyke Estimate.  Victoria, June .23.���The Klondyke  neAvspapers just received, report commissioner Ogihie as haA'iug been inter-  A'iewed recently as to the probability of  the Yukon royalty being reduced or  removed. The commissioner is reported  as replying thus: "Only Mr. Sifton aud  the poAvers at OttaAva can answer that.  They fixed the royalty. They alone can  remove or amend it. If the published  utterances of Mr. Sifton can be takeu as  correct I believe the royalty Avill remain  as it is. I�� haAre no direct or official ad-  A'ices in the matter. I never advised  placing the royalty on and I do not be-  lieA*e that my reports have been responsible for it. I have reported a great  faith iii the country, and stated the facts  upon Avhieh 1 base niy faith, and that  faith I still haA'e. ^As a matter of fact I  have asserted, not only as the result of  vh%pjf .Ii-Qjida^gj.":: *-"\  \,,��\]&i^\i^^0^^.&p^ta,, ���_        _. ., ���..  'JSft|'C|n��|v|)igh^ that,  " $. yd:, of "iter ^6:ut^ oxiiy:  "ajfct^iid school |'or 4Mf_ 4}ief dayYsowiug, to  ���ih$ oXferQrpA\lihg^wIdeii^va:sxxot of much  benefit. l$,ef .ch'ie'f. '���pbje.e"t_ iu7eci_luingto  'Nelson _va.s to7get��� ediipiv^i^i^l" f-i'c-liti-Os,'  and- she��� had��� been- much disappointed,  though she thoughtteaich;ftrs and children  had dope verf {veil uiidei' the circuni*-  staiiees.  F. W. Swannell also offered Ms thanks  to the, teaching staff* and, it may be mentioned here that prineipitl "Soady has received a letter froni Alexander Ilobiuson,  superh.t.ndeiit of  education,  cohgratu-  lating him on the papers sent in by the  Nelson candidates for the high school  entrance examination.  In answer to a question, inspeC tor Burns  said that the AA'ives of householders had  a A'ote in the election of trustees, after  which the school children dispersed for  their holidays with three cheers for the  teachers.  BoIoav will be found the honor roll, and  the1 names of the children who AVere pro-  1110tod iii, the different divisions:  Ihe Honor Roll.  - Division L-���Proficiency, Anna McDonald . regularity, Bert Ferguson; deportment, Nellie Steel.  Division It.���^Proficiency, Hannah  I-imdsou; imhetuality and regularity,  Heilry Avery; deportment, Pauline  An liable.  Division III.���Deportment, Amy Swannell; proficiency, Mabel McCandlish;  punctuality and regularity, Hugh Gallon.  Division IV.���Regularity and punctuality, Charlotte .Ada Clayton ; deportment, Elizabeth Scoley; proficiency,  Milton W. D. McCandlish.  Division V.���Proficiency, Pauline  Gebert; deportment, Jennie Currie; regularity, Lottie Amiable.  The Promotion List.  First division���IV reader to V reader  ���Lulu Ellis, Donald McVicar, Bert Ferguson, Chester HayAvard.  Second division���promoted froni third  to fourth class���Hannah Knudson, Pauline Amiable, Florence Pogue, Beatrice  Pfeill'er, George Mbate, Celia Prosser, Ed-  Avard Wallace, Pearl McAlmon, Frances  Etter, Flora Macdonald, Clark Hoag, Burt  Johnson.  Third division���Promoted from second  to third  reader���Esther  Edlund,  Violet  Burney, Mabel McCandlish,  Walter' Mc-.;  Candlisli, Lulu Gilchrist, Amy Swannell,  fDarcyYlsland ��� Leper-* _B_rn��d ��0i-t".  :Mto-diti-A", 3xxh& ��� 23WW6i.-i -" _reEeh$_r  . liere .last, nxght-#-iat_ a*wire" -had =��� occujl'eci;  'f.p.i'ilpar.ey^i'slaklli ��� swlii^liV-fs^ ;|e|^a|ja^|or"  :;.the,7C.hiiieuse" "|gp0'rs-7.i\y,litclii ''^k',pi3^i^ s-'tffc ,  ���^oyfii|.e, "aiidf-^at:" 'it. ^\?as,^cnoniii|_iii^^  ,; by. Jos"sVt.f il ifel ��� IPr 6 viii cial YhgaMkroMc'er��  i;Dr..--F^ser: Avent   to. j-nyestigatfi;;;:**JIe,  " f oniid -that' ihe "fire*. 1 iad (dkexirrellyaK" J��$'Q'.U";  a.iii. oii Jiflie iStlij^itiftljbiiail. jt xfaM caused"  by one  of the pati^iits^ *V\-hO���'*wa��s HferyV  yieeble, j^scttipg a - laiiip.v   /JDlie7_flsiii.ej_  Spread' along' the: sis  c0|ibl:n"sVnii|. a^jfow,-  " wl'iitSli. A\*ere CQiiij^letely destroy eel.,   The  Other ;niil-_ cabiiis were uusCppclled. ;aud  iii thein tlie unforfen nates" took- -refuge.-  Tliey liad pjcirty of pi-"oyisi6iis left, in  fact   sufficient   for   ohe liionth.     Since  being visited last the, lepers of .the island  had buried tiii-ee dead lepers* and "\vhen  the doctor arriA'ed the Avouiids of tlie fii-  jtii'fecl due AA'ere dressed.   Will Build a Single Line.  Those persons Avho are curious to knoAv  Avhat route has been selected for the local  tramway will haA'e their curiosity satisfied when the city council meets on Monday, July 3rd. The route has been  selected, but the directors of tho company  consider that before the proposed route  can bo submitted to the city council no  information should be given out concerning it.  F. AV. Peters yesterday informed Tiik  Tribune that the company intended to  build about three miles of traimvay in  the first instance, two miles of Avhieh  will under the provisions of the. municipal franchise require to be built Avithiii  the city limits. With so short a line it  Avould be impossible to attempt anything  in the nature of a belt line, but the first  section of the line Avillbe so laid out that  A\*hen additions are made to it from time  to time, a belt line may be constructed  Avhieh Avill cover a sufficient area to compensate the company for the doubling of  tracks A\*hich a belt line involves. As it  is not likely that the company Avill build  a greater length of traimvay than the  proinotersat present promise, there is but  a remote possibility of the line being extended to the upper station of the Nelsoii  & Fort Sheppard railway station this  summer. Tliere is another thing Avliich  may interfere Avith the suburban extensions of the company. So long as the  traimvay is Avithin the city limits the  company's charter gives it the right to  the use of the public streets, but outside  of the corporate limits it is different aud  the company must make terms Avith the  owners of the additions before they can  use the roadAA'ays.  The provincial directors of the traniAvay company are captain T. J. Duncan,  F. W. Peters, J. Laing Stocks, W. A. Macdonald, and W. A; Duncan. The offices  of the conipaiiy haA'e been removed to  the Clement & Hillyer block.  French Officers Transferred.  ::5_G|:tej^  THE TOWN AND THE DISTRICT  Along the Water Front.  The cool nights make a considerable  difference in the rise of the river, _:/  inches being the record for the IS hours  ending at 0 p.m. yesterday.  The C. P. It. tug Ymir has had another  propellor fitted on and was back on her  usual run yesterday.  J. H. Matlieson was trying the paces of  his new yacht in tlie fine breeze yesterday, but the new gear does not,, Avork  A'ery smoothly yet.  The Myth, J. Keith Read's racing  craft, is having her spars set up ready for  the season.  Fishing is improving slightly and some  nice trout are rising to the fly.  land    mining  .superintendent,   examined  the   Willa  claim, on   Red   mountain, on  Thursday.  lie says  that*,  its  showing is  ��ev_sningi "preside!  1 "l      .ft/^Y     ���D"       ,�� ��D "ft"']'!'    |n.  SEolibC-'i^'Mi-iiife'.Y  ���TS., _Y__"-r-"      -"*"' "'"    "    ���  m  YMIR.  Fishing picnics have been commenced  in Ymir.- A party of picnickers went  doAvn to Erie this morning for fishing and  rowing in the lake. The Ymir base ball  team consider that the Nelson criticism  upon their playing Avas just a little bit  too rough. Captain Forrester left for  Waneta today upon one of his usual  tours of .inspection. His district extends  from Nelson to the boundary of the  United States. Dan McLeod is a proA'ineial police officer for the town and district. Incorporation to be or not to be  is the question of the hour. Today the  election of a school trustee takes place.  Rumor lias it that there Avill be a contested election. The teacher (Miss E. M.  Green) leaves today for Nelsou and thence  on Tuesday for Moose Jaw, Avliich is her  home, to spend a Avell earned vacation.  Since her arrival here two years ago she'  has has giA'en universal satisfaction jand  she has had to teach children brought up  'in different parts of the Avorld the Canadian system. ___________  GRAND   FOEKS.  J. P. Graves, general manager of the  Granby smelter, iioav building here, lias  returned from a trip to Spokane accom-  paniedby A. B..W. Hodges, superiiiteu-  tdg'ii*_j6ft;_he;^;^  ?be:"KeIcl^i"S^'_5cJ^  ?ei'a_. marqu:i"s?.tle, Gtkllif.e|*.jililifeiiSivoiUviw*,'  '. ;tii'e"C.c?u.ucil" .eFeBideclaippu jthV-lfeaiisf eW "of  �� ��j. .iii**ftl>l3j|i/b^^t(g"ei;i��_Ks jq^fee^ff; oJ^'tSi:!. * .u^iii^. .i  fOr ������iifttulgni'g" in-��i.iaiiiiMtati"oiis limbec '  eomihg7asoldier."        ���-    ���w  ������;��'fiP?fi5f}j_l; ^i^-^fi^s^io^aitz." ��Sh$:  Pai'isepifr^gp.ollden't 0f��tlte Tini��e.s"sri.ys ''-'thp ''-\  incaugirility 'and, ,-ack of "_o!��ens_oit tliat  characterises tile neA%* cabinet really explain its e:xis:teiic.e._ These nieu hav^ sunk,  tlieir personal anibitioiiSaiiciautagonisilis  lh.'oift-er t*- relieye the countrj" froni a  tlirei'iitened i;8\-oih*tioii. They have de^  voted theinSfjlVes to the defense of the  law aifd honor. It is a cOilcepti0i_i of  'patriotism and devotion proving that  France iss by one of these supreme efforts  familial' to her in eniergenciCi, proncfly  retrieving herself aiid resuming* her  proper place in the Avork of ciAJlization."  p|W^agg|  Ismelteiy^ v���  n.���_ d o>  w.     ���.     n,.^  -" t,o'^fi��Ye7lHi-n|li|t'Jd��lt^ daiiy5" \ditd: *.vill - cm-  ,pld|f^i|boxi%' it^jJ-" feiii^v_<_;^ftj_^",:o wJips.-,  "wage$ffiy&r"kgp; fy$ 'perjclfij*".;" Tfie ["sViielter^,  "will   fc&kin   the   ti'ea-tinent   of   ore   hi-  Vn    dj^ coo,,,- n ��� q -  Orange Free State is Arraing,  Bi.ojs.AiFO-J'lJ-iis'*, Orange Free State,  June 23.���The Vblksraad, of the Orange  Free State, has voted ��9S7Q for the increase of ai'tillei'A' tents and other military supplies. A niotioh was adopted  directing the goverinneiit to adopt the  Mausei* rifle as the national weapon. A  proposal to vote _322,500 for ammunition  Was discussed, but tlie debate was ad-  journedi  Trade with. CapetoAvn and Johannesburg Is at a coniparative staiidstiO. The  Geriiiaii.. Who are in synipatliy AV*ith tlie  Ti'iinsVaal avo holding meetings at which  they adopt resolutions requesting Germany to intercede in behalf of Pretoria.  Canadians Practice at Henley.  Hi_N-_ky, June 23;���-Duriug the day the  Canadians did some fast AVork_ Their  eight rowed over the full course iii seven  minutes, one second, at an a\rerage stroke  of 30, AA-hich is reckoned a good performance, the record being six minutes, fifty-  one seconds. Tlie Canadian four did the  course in eight minutes, eleven seconds,  to the astonishment of all spectators.  Parrott Hanged at Hamilton.  Hamilton, June 22.���Benjamin Parrott  Avas hanged here today by Radcliffe, the  official executioner. The murderer tried  to escape the penalty by the insanity  dodge, but the physicians avIio examined  him pronounced him sane and the laAV  was permitted to take its course.  Movements of African Squadron.  Caphtoavn, June 23.���The British second class cruiser Doris, with rear 'admiral  sir Robert Hastings Harris, commander-  in-chief of the. Cape of Good Hope and  AVest African squadrons, loft Simon's  Bay for the east coast.   ,  Afraid to Face the House.  PAl-i_, June 23.���Not for a long period  has a French ministry been greeted Avftli  such signs of unanimous hostility. Judging from the tone of the papers of all  shades, the cabinet can scarcely live as  single day. It is: rumored that parliament Avill be prorogued in a few days to  : enable the go\*ernment to carry out its  programme unhampered. JS-o doubt tlie  cause of hostility is the presence of general de Galliietj and when the paroxysm of anger ha? exhausted itself,  it is not Unlikely that a ace-volution of  of feeling will occur, and. that the government Avill get a good majority in the  chamber of deputies. It is aiinouncd  that the Dreyfus trial will be absolutely  public. Former president Casimir-Perier  Avith general Mercier, wjio Avas minister  of Avar AVheil Dreyfus Avas condemned,  and many other prOniiuent men will take  apartments at Rennes.  A Sweeping Royal Decree.  Rome, June 23.���The royal decree,  Avhicli in A*ieA\' of the prorogation of the  Italian parliament Avithout the passage  of certain bills is about to be promulgated for the carrying' out of the measu res  introduced by the government, will come  into force July 2nd. It Avill em-  poAver the government to prohibit  public meetings and the exhibition  of religious emblems, and to dissolve seditious emblems and seditious associations. It Avill prescribe penalties for  those concerting strikes on public works,  and.Vfor .the. ...infringement of the. press,  laws... The report to king ���'Humbert- ac-.  co.iiipaiiying tlio decree, refers to recent*  instructions in the chamber of deputies,  and announces that the decrec-will.be  submitted to parliament for'approval before July 20th.  ^aiiliary.," Carp���e)iter&|( ifibfirei,p^"i|i.ci b'toiclff n  '1-a^er^iVillVbe; incited, -witgill "stjeii; ';d|Lyi_sd;  ���Tliere".Avill 'be. einpfo#-i-ten.C tli--.-. at 'least::  i _     "        'fy "    jlnnnilnn-     _ IW,   m _"     ���*_    U      *Vn ��      "u(        ��njl* D^u   .   yn ��� ���  tWoJi.iiifd're'd'ilte'ii. �� ���"    -     " ���    .-  "  :" ' - : '���     mfiM- ���  ��� 'Tlie^cliecfe. which' tjie introdrictiqii .of  the eiglit-hOiiv laAV gave to the milling  dcyelophTeilt "iu. tliis  section,   is  hoiv a -.  thing,,of the past..   While it is true  that  undergirouud^vork lias _iot yet heeix fe-.  snnied upoti the Secoiids Relief property,  one of tlie big niines of the camp, tbere  are nevertlielG-S no idle ininerss, Many of  them liaA-e gone into small .syndicates far I  ihe developiSent of their  own  prospects j  and niiniiig is steadily settling .down to  the changed -conditions.    Work has not  -altogetliei-stopped-on-tlie-Seeoiid^Relief?  Tliere are at least a dozen men employed  on the property, some  of *sfli0m  are at  Avork, installing tile  hoisting  machinery,  while Others   are   doing   sui'faCe   Avork.  There is. every prospect of tlie property  resiiiniug operations on tho union   basis.  The��� .Arlington the next largest property is Avorking it force of twenty men.  paying the union scale of $3.50 for the  eiglit-honr shift. The shaft is down '125  ..feet and drifting is being dOiio noi-tii Uiid  south. Tbe company Avill put, in pumps  and a hoist. Tlie Arlington ore is said to  have netted the company $30 per ton  after deducting' t-vaitspoi't. I'tinn and treat-  meiit.  Development is being jiCrEorjiied upon  a score of propertios of lesser note and  taken all in all the season will not be _Vs  dull as some would like to make tlie  public beliCA'c.  SILVERTOSr.  G. N. DaA\rson, owner of the Essex  group, has obtained a 00-day bond- from  Ed. Stewart of vSilvcrton, on tlie Baltimore and Le Hoi claims. These properties lie betAveen the Vancouver and Condor groups. Six men have been put to  Avork on them.  On the Essex three men are employed  in- doing contract Avork.  Ou Thursday the L. II. mine began  Avork. This property is OAvned by the  L. H. Miuing Company, whose head offices are in Silvortoii anil 'whose stock is  OAvned by SiU'erton parties. The mine i.s  a A'aluable one, haA'ing an immense ledge  of gold ore, seA'Ciity feet Avide, giving a  sample assay of froni .$20 to $10-.  ...Tho.A. K. claim,  adjoining  tlie  Congo  .group,* was.purchased this week by  local  parties.    A good trail i.s being built  to it  and work will be started on the property.',  ou its completion.' '*.'.'-,  W. 3. Williams, the well   known' Ross-,  equal to any in the Boundary country.  MOYIE.  The Canadian Gold Fields Company,  which is operating the Lake Shore, is  making great preparations for development. A concentrator is being built, and  an air compressor is expected to be in  operation by the middle of August. The  company is paying the union scale of  wages, $3.'_0for an eight-hour shift.  NELSON.  D. M. Eberts, avIio occupied the post of  attorney-general in tlie Turner administration, spent a few hours in Nelson on  legal business, leaA'ing this morning.  Dr. Doolittle yesterday informed a  Ti-Misuxi- reporter that he had discoA-ered  two or three suitable sites for the location of his gas and coke Avorks, but Avould  not definitely decide on one for a day or  so, Avhen construction will immediately  begin under the supeiwision of Da Aid  Morris.  Charles MattheAvs, agent for R. G. Dun  & Co., returned last niglit from a trip  through the Boundary country.  CRANBROOK.  Cranbrook wiil shortly be a mining-  toAvn. . There are no mines,in the--.vicinity of Cranbrook but the aid of the Canadian Pacific railway, is to be invoked to  supply the deficiency. This will be done  by building a spur from Cranbrook to the  North Star mine by Avhicli means tlie ore  AAill also be diverted to the Canadian  Pacific raihvay.  Masonic Grand Lodge Officers.  -'. Kamloops,-.... June: 23.���The Masonic  grand lodge assembled here today fbr the  despatch of business in the Masonic temple, and Avas attended by a large.number  of the brethren from different sections of  the pi'OA'ince. They attended church in  a body yesterday and listened to an able  discourse by ReA*. Brother FleAvelling, in  All Saints churchY Today the election, of  "'   ' ..i.-?_.:..'iV��,4..��S.-...:>.I'_f  V^-j^yky 'giwiil -tl^^suxp^'!_ '^2 Ife ^pxip ���  .; Jaii pf 1^cl^Qil';���% "gi-lipfi:, _sed_]fel_,-f^,'i-3i:^!^-T  ' kei: ".oF-^jfttOwaj;^'g.iid^r^ n".  "    '-* Q y 7E-"di^i^gji"."'(3:-p"tes-, _l.aj_ica:i:. .�����" - . - Y;��:  Bi*t^Bt��ft��i"t-x,,, jline.:-2^.-_���-XnY thje" .IM-^^^  inei]n,ta,i;y by^elfct'ldif il-i "the\e"akt _jipJ��ifS���i"."  ���.of l^iii^glivt^dl^,^iill the" yi^vriey"  '" cai'is"eQ��by tM*|ei*��th,.'of"'the _ ��bi,yfi;e>;"!_pii3':n;  ; oral .ni-nibeii,  Mr. "Robert Wallace- w��ho"  A\*a._ ��ei.->.edb v\ith ecrebra-l pfti.'ai^_-Jib^���AVhile  rspCa-kifig in the,- h.QiiSe-OfcbJi.m.oi.'ii on, tiie '  : grant to general lord Kitcl^neii-, tjie Lib-,  eral apd  radical - ...ndidate,,(Mfy. GkSOrge  Macrae, treasurer of "the city of. E|liu- v  burgh, defeated the" TJMOuist candidate,;  Mrv iiarry G.  Yo&ngeS.', by.,l',iQB0'" votes.  Tlie voting, Avas ,a._ fol'jefvv-s:    jMacrao, Liberal  and Radical.   'Jt;S01:   Mr. youiig(_r,  Tjnionisits  2,00.1.      Libeiid   and   Radical  majoiity, 1,930.   ��  ANOTHER ROSSIAND FATALITY  Four Miners Meet Death.  Special to The Tribune.  Rossr.AXi), June 23.���Another terrible  accident occurred in the War Eagle mine  between 10:2 _ and 10:30 this morning iu  Avhieh tliree men Avere killed, two dying  instantly and one a feAV minutes after he  had been brought to the surface, Avhile  another man had been so badly injured  that he will die.  The accident was the consequence of  an explosion, caused by an overlooked  shot in which about two sticks of dynamite or a little over had been left.  The particulars a.s far as can be gathered at the mine are as folloAvs : Charles  Lee, Mike Griffin, Charles Sturgis and  Charles Coulson, drill men, and Daniel  Green, mucker, Avere working in the Avest  drift on the 02;.-foot level, 100 feet from  the. shaft. Lee and Griffin Avere Avorking  one machine and Sturgis and Coulson another. The cut hole in question Avas  blasted on Wednesday night and Avas  drilled by the same shift Avhieh Avas at  Avork Avhen the explosion occurred this  morning, the hole haA'ing been drilled-en  Tuesday. It is eA'ident that the tAvo  poAvdcr sticks in the hole Avhieh caused  the disaster this morning did not explode  AA'hen the general firing took place.  The fatal  explosion  Avas  heard by a  number  of  men  Avorking  on  the  same  leA'el, though not in the 'same drift. These*  men understood that an accident had occurred and they at once ran to the  spot  to learn Avhat the extent of the  accident  AS'as.    Tliey Avere met by  Coulson  avIio  Avas the"least injured  of the  party, and  who numb and bleeding Avas staggering  forward-.towards  them.    He  told  them  Avhat had happened and  AA'ord  was at  once sent to headquarters and aid asked  for.     The   foreman   immediately   AA'ent  with a force of men.    The smoke by this  time had cleared from the drift and the  injured -.meii  Avere  found  lying  on  the  ground  coA**ered. by tbroken  rock.    This  ,  was cleared off and they Avere carried to  the hoist and taken to the 250-foot level. _  Two   of   them only,  Griffin   and. Green*  gaA'e any signs of life and it was  evident  tliat they could not surv_A-e.    They we're'1.;  then taken  to  the  surface Avhei'e-, Drs.  Kenning and Bowes took them in charge.  Sturgisand Lee Avere found to be instantly,  killed, and Griffin died while beiug car- "  ried to the hospital. 7      ('."������':,.7V._;:-  Daniel   Green   reached    the /hospital.,.;.'  about noon, and lingered till four .o'clock'  Avheu.helexjiired.., V-v.: Y;.v -7-;,.:V'/_:a,:777..-.^.7:"Y:V;  ��xxt"��;seribu  ,--nl-.n4i ���pJ'n-t>0  ���^9^'i^.-'*-i'--"S--\l'-L^#-_:n  ._   .uiiniberr/ofwbadj*  ||e|l^^fdK"^ ,"..,.���.  - ;;^Ati. -.;|i^(|i#si3V^yill! ;lie��:iie'ltj  ���fi^fetiiflrD^=i^^y^d^��'S^.-B ��� _ ,r,.   . ���  rxowy:  ���^yMyyy  I11"' _ &y- ft'^..���'������:'i.-'  :lYsf'wS7  i^ipygd,-ahji:k����aWkhyk^o%n^ve^l-*nn. ���>  7;n||u'0|td Wei^Yl^liIi^^  -^ War is Not Popular.  N-isW Ybniv, June 23.--Senator J. B_  Fo-i*aker of Ohio, referring to the Condition of affairs in the Philippines, said :  "We seem to have a mare formidable job- on our hands in the  Phillpp'hres than A\-e anticipated.  I don't belioA'e the iiews|,)apei;.s are getting all the news received at the \\Hxx department, but I know nothing personally. If more nien and nioney are wanted  Congress' will provid- the uioyins. Tlie  war, Avhatevcr the result, is not popula.r."  Following His Father's Footsteps.  Lo.voox, June 2-1 .-���Lieutenant Winston  Leonard Spencer -Churchill, eldest son of  the lute lord Randolph Churchill, Jims  beon selected as the parliuiiieiikiiry candidate for Oldham, in the Conservative  interest, to replace the Into Robert Uroft.  Negotiating for tho  German Cable.  U_r_RUN, June 23.--The Tlainbiirgissher  correspondent today declares that oflicials  of the German foreign office arc negotiating Avith British firms for the laying of  the proposed German-American cable.  Creedoii Knocked Out in Oae Round.  New Yokk, Juno 23.-���Joe Walcott,  colored AVelterwcight, won again from  Dan Greed.on, the Australian middleweight, knocking him out in the first  round before the Lenox athletic club.  Five New Cases of Yellow Fever.  Santiago Dm Cuisa, June 23.���Five new  cases of yellow, fever are reported today.  three   soldiers   and  deaths are reported.  two   civilians.  No  Silver Quotations.  . ,XK\v..Yoi*i-,.J!ii)e-23.--Har silver. 00Ic;  Mexican dollars, IS.1,c. Silver certificates  (>0.U'(__<>2t.  ' .- '  "/cu%e ift-fe, $r<_W." -ir*^ts_?aih"j:*Y*  s^;Q;-n_#4i^eripl^6ll��Ii  '']] War gagie. uedile^hd000$u%^S^l  He wi'is ,.Gqusciou.s;ijiifiVi*in ;s]lo;fit*b^iie*"%ef"-������  ,'fore liis1 death-."  "Olfaiiel' "Gpi.lion,^"tiie"di.li^,^  sinyivo-r of, tlie. 'iiv;e. .'niqiOvag,- ��e]e"iijhj$*^  'jiighbat: tlie," Hotpi'talY "j5^-^li|_^&iiud:f  'ap-d. ai_ n are badly- cixt 'iij^-iutj^  cover,,   He sy^s- lie never "Josf "jMi, ��",s0��eky2?-  pdter the   cs. plosion. 7 ' T_Ce - wivfiijej;lY*'th��7^  gh-ift tO'C-.1e-ai"aiw'a,��. tiie 'fTebria"o"_jeK^-t-e���ro'  ���holes shortly before .lie.-aj_cHd-elL*%;|.utythif/  rest of the, men said- not to,-milid^|_nd^ ���  A\Tent  on.    iVq holes had been  drilled.' ���  since '? mm. and Coulson and his  partner  Stiii'gi.-* wefce ifcts \\*��fk driJling the_ tl.ii^,"_  -"aii-^liud^goHii^A-^o^cet^i^iiffl  they broke into the missed hole and the  explosion followed.    Coulson  cajinot  explain  his ^escape.     ifc   Avas  direetiy  in  front of the .missed hole, and said be  ..hould have suffered even more than the  others.   His miraCiiious escape is on a  par wi'tli flu.t of Cook's the sole, survivor  of  the previoiis  accident   in til.    1%i,;  Kagle six weeks ago.  .Russian Proposals Will Not F&ss,  TlIK iJ'AC^n., 3xU\e 23.��� The drafting  eoininitte. of the arbitration eomniis-ion  spent flu; afternoon considering articles  one and seven of the liussiitii proposals.  All that is left now is the dnil'-iiigof the  regulations for tlie boarefs procedure.  The in formation ti'Oin the Genua us* is  tliat emperor AVilliam will separate himself from the other powers in tho ar'bi*  tration question, and the German delegates anticipate a favorable decision on  that point.  The Times correspondent at The  Hague i-ays "There i.s not the faintest  chance of the Russian proposals being  adopted, but it is likely some of them  will be carried to the effect tliat In the  interest of peace aud humanity the conference hopes that, unless the emergency  should occur, Avar budgets Avill not be  increased.       ^^  Must Confront Dreyfus.  Lo.vuox, June 21.���The correspondent  of the Daily Mail, at Rennes, says du ���  Paty de Clam will be brought here to  confront captain Dreyfus. His cell Avill  be next to that of the celebrated prisoner.  Madame and mademoiselle du Paty de  Clam are already here,  It is rumored that the moment captain  Dreyfus arrives1 the coiideihncd murderer  Decornee "will be executed with a vicA\* of  i attracting tlie croAvd from the'"railroad  I station.  iMf*fi_\ 2  m  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., SATURDAY, JUNE 24,  1899.  t  Red, whjte ai]d biue bunting, and flags for decoration purposes.  A large assortment of boy's lineq and ducl^ suits.  Ladies' white ar-d black, rquslin blouses.   Just the thing for hot weather.  HUDSON'S BAY  A. FERLAND dr CO.  Kliot Block, linker Sired, Nelson  INCORPORATED 1670.  YUM  YUM  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  Baker Street, Nelson.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  No.  25,  KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS���Nelson   Lodge,  Knights of Pythias, meets in I.--0. O. F.-Tall,corner  Bilker and Kootenay streets, every Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  C. FRENCH, C. C. G. ROSS, K. of It. & S.  NKLSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M. Meets  socotid Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  brethren invited.  * PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.  EWAHT &*CAKRIE���Architects.   Kootns 7 and 8 Aberdeen block. Baker street, Nelson.  ~_ MISCELLANEOUS.  WANTKD���To rent a small '-furnished house or cottage.   Apply to A. F., Tribune ollice.  LOST���A pair of gold-rimmed spectacles, in a leather  ease.   Finder will be"suitably rcwaulod on returning same to The Tribune office, Vernon street, Nelson.  FOR  RKNT���Two cottages on Latimer street,  half  block weft of Stanley street.    All conveniences. Sit)  a month.   Apply at Tribune ollice, Vernon street, Nelson.  T OST���A black silk belt, with diamond paste buckle  ���" set in .silver. Finder will be suitably rewarded by  returning same to The Tribune oilier, Vernon street.  LOST���-A -K. of P. jewel.   S25 will be paid for its return and'no questions asked, to The Tribune ollice,  Vernon street, Nelson.  WANTED���Two  waitresses at   the Queen's Hotel.  None but waitresses   need apply.    Mrs.  K.  C.  Clarke. .,.,-���-.  WANTED���To purchase, on three years'time at fair  interest, a plot of land for building purposes, size  about 150x120 feet,' distant about fifteen minutes walk  from.postoflicc.   Address Presto, Tribune ollice.  --���.VO.B&  ���C'epqa^tfY  The Silver Cup Pays the Standard Wage.  Trout Lake Topic.  The Trout Lake district was affected by  tiie eight-hour law for a very short time,  the Silver Cup men coming down until  the question was settled as to future  Av.orking and pay. The management is to  be congratulated on '.heir decision, vf/i.,  to put the men back at tlie old pay for  an eight-hour shift.The men from tlieir  side "will show the management tliat  though the hours pe less per diem the  work will not fall very much short of  the old ten-hour standard. Men will enter on their daily duty with more vim,  more energy, Avhieh should equal tlie protracted shift of ten hours.  SON'S  FRESH  CANDY  JUST  IN  tit:  ffl  ffl  SPECIAL SALE OF  m  B  B  B  B  B  ffl  "-, ���TTr7;"AKTED_7A servantgirl to_.do.gqneraLJioiii  ^'m( .���mj>M��Wh%: F-w*vs&$����>teii@i  W^'^SS^Ss^  yBAJzyjEDmoNSs.y!  yxy^SKJ^j^friONyyi..  ^i^S^S^^ifi^n^" '^ciM_*4�� "0  "y i^d^&i^^^toX^td&he eppoktiiok a-iMiist"  i::s;||&|Sfe"��in^a'M!ft^"Y:X>J>^ 'M^ktt^o^  l^^^lfis^eViike ^ieouyel\ %it lioffie-.  ,.ffyt^jik^Ui^md��d^te$ ��v(ho "go2*d��f&o$-!  fl^X-^.^fl'^'i^-JIfl,'^:0. >%,: on on _       ��      ._"_.       _n.Y*. no. T^        " "f P n      ff  ... ^pasiopallyy ^Aiijmiify2"P(pP.o$}M0h iei"i(|eiL'S  5*ffi*a2&:.h.6t!'-ff^ (a dekt:  pA" .%.-"���%"������ - . "n~.   ., =.   .     "   -     * "7 .   -  i-CjOh^t.he'fl.Obt' ��>i 2t>he "house- hifd the,'ppiy  \y "seahMadUikto0i;kas is On the floov of ih.  1's^RpgSjjqa"^' sfeck .exchange. ���'.'���.'  f��:nn 'EyBR*?1-visito.��� id NelKphy' dtiriiTg tlie  ";/�� sDdininibn I. ky celfebi'ation shottM" be. as  'y. /Sfffe, "in both* "person and propfefety, as  :y y,wTk&p"��',hxhis:or hex own castle :j aiid they  ;���",  ��5Vi11' "fee if'the inauy digsohite  rounder,.  i ** i ������ ��  ��� hpx\f hi,  -lie  town  axe  given  the short  ..    :i|hift��--_iglxt lionrs to lea'Ve town.  EASE AND  COMFORT  May be obtained by using a  X>pRiNoy. ther.-mOT  f,.A ._r9"_:.0"X=.;._-.it,^.��" ���.,��;.-'  NEW   STYLES   AND  WEATHER  O'0lId:RS"J  Hudson's Bay Stores  West Baker Street.      Telephone 13.  BRICKMLIME!  Our lirst kiln of brick will be ready for delivery about,  the lso of Juno.   Call at our .ollice for prices.  During the month of June wc will deliver lime in  quantities of twenty sacks and over at  60 Gents pep 100 Lbs  The West ^ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker Street.        T. G. PROCTOR, Manager  Gentlemen  If you want a natty, stylish suit of clothes for  spring and. summer,.!, have over 500 diirer  '���Hose- and Sunshades  i&  B  B  B  B  B  A complete line of the above goods, which  which we are selling at prices that will make  it worth your while to buy.  B  B  Shirt Waists  We have a very choice variety in all shades of colors  Geiyts  eq's Ladies' aqd Children's Shoes  B  B  CHOICE   THING; JSOk. YTHE��TBAJ^ty  ���  ASK: TOYfjEE -IT    ' ",  s.- JUlack-sy.eiietiansimakc.-fa'Shi-cvsnlra.or-siitii-. .  Y>_ii_rj*vc'a_��aeY*^  -^7 Black .sci'ge s^ii't'siin^^  .���"*��heavyt".S-.ot-h,."t)SV-ed,;Y'iiS'e"'nP'l-ttern_;foi'=  Ybu.si'ite&.'Smi. yy. .y.pyz/a.yy.-.yy'i-'.-.y.-'. ��� -:zisy ���  ��� *l-61unsqrs;afc(&OTia^  "7,ii"d.7b"fettei'_n��_anada:Sl5adics"fliie'' feilQring'avf  jSrE*E_,S;��3^,~   IB- a  -______.4f"  ��  D" " ���  iKlfcAnceiEi  ThIji Vie.aria Colonist says that attof-  iiey^ei*iei'al -tJartin lias parftlyzed tlie  most bijjiortaait industry of the pro^ncd.  The only industry tliat the attowiey-  g^nei'itl has attempted to paralyze is tlie  ijhpOrtation of Chinese iwid .Tnpancse,  and 'ill his future attempts in the same  direction ���will have the h.ickirig of pii'lili'c  opiniQii.  __Wni-V dissoliite Touiider in Nelsoi.,  with or with_i.itnioi.iQy. should be made to  left;ve within tlie next twenty-four hon.rs_  __lie5r are well known to the poLiee. The  Hiayor should Bee tliat liis stiborditmtes  do tlieir *\vliol'e duty, and back thoiti nj)  ih doing ifc.   _^   "Job" Mahtin's o/feiiding at Rossland  Was hi liis saying that had lie been a  re-ident of Boston, in 177(5, he would  have taken a hand in the tea-tlirowiug  episode that led to the American revolution. Those AVhom Mr. Martin oll'eiided  would have hanged William Lyon Mac-  Kenzie had they lived in Canada in 1S37.  JJj. price alone ih lyoiir drug buying. Looking;  Wellto n^.ality 1��eatts. satisfactoryxestilts���lnofeiiS"  ���.&-{;ii. hij. the remqdy that b(Sst fullills thd purpose,.  'fo.myhich yo.n i.ntQnu.e.l.it^ _PUrjty,.<iJ.aljty,l..r_ti.3i,  faction, arb lirst con_.id .red here, but _Uw_ays a  price that niitkes th_ purohas'e ail ocoiioinicalone.  A price that nic.'Ois soitiething to you. Ohc pack-  ft_rb of our  'T'J'ft  e  m  nado o�� the  s If you w/Ciit a. st'j-liSjh pbyfcct/liffing suits ma  .���best, cXbtli et*-r���,iirti_ortedVto -fclSoji,, Jedve yoiir oi'.dcr  oods. now wali-  "ivith Jno:  ing  Six'hjnfdrcd' dollars wOTth o_ now goods, now wait  ig ypvir iiSspection.   I guardiitee sati.?factfon ot ;iioJoIq,  mm $25  ^felsoii'^ vip-to-date Tiiiilpr, next Kbotonfiy Co 11"ce Co.  JifcVWiAY  Tea  will nuikc one quart of tlio best spring tonic;on.  tlie market, and is ���ifQ(pmlled tof all blopd, liver,  _l.tf_i_.i-.. and kidney trouble!., and. the price i.  25 GENTS  Canada Brig anfl Book Co.,  Go^ncr of Bilker and Stanley Strcots, Nolson  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  Sealed whole tqiiders will be received Until 12 o'clock  noon '.l"hurt.(.ltiy, Juno 2!Jtli next, by the undersigned for  the creel-ton ol a si one and brick Lain! Itegistry olllce for  tb-ifovorninen. Of British Cohinibia, to OelbuiltatN'el-  son, H. (J.  A deposit in the form of a marked checr|ue made payable (io the 'Coiiimissionm' of Lands and Works for tho  Sum often per cent of the amount of lender, mustuC-  eompfthy ouch tender.  Drawings, specifications and conditions of tender tnoy  bo seen at the olllftu of Kwart & Carrie, architects, rooms  7 and S, Aberdeen block, Baker street. Nelson, 11. (_.  'i'lie lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  JNO. A. TUIiNKR,  Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works.  Notice to Contractors.  Balder" Sftreef. Nfilsbji  ITIftSt DOOit WiUST BANE B, G, Bli'IIifilNGt  JYVo haveji fine assortmoiit of_\voolens aUvays_==_.  6ii hand.   Gdods made tip at the shoi'tesb post  siblo notice.   As eyerything is kept and made  oii tho premises;, siitisfticcioir is assured.  E, M. YINCENT  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON  GENERAL  BROKE!-.  ��500'will purchase a, choice residence corner 100 by 120  ...t.  f'Sl-0 Will iJurehiise a central lot rtfltt residende.  lllO ��wil;l irurchaiie two nice lots and shanty.  ��2000 "will ptU'clfus.- twO lllce lots and cotttige.  ��3000 will purchase four nice lots aiid residencci  Buy Fairniont shares for a riBe_  JiOOU Ulica al, 2, cents.  -o?E!uije_=:^_i e>pspmi  " ' "v   _>|s n   -"".,  During* Q.q,; scjtsjjn We,mi)): do-'  liy.tSr. icp. a| ;prjSKato . i'o��iflen*ecf_ '  aiidlbu-inossijioiisci. daily iii.._ ip"  d's, _ire(��' qiraiitfty fat ^na.sonraliie  pi-lcos.   ������ ���  BRAYiN<iVar.d  -revchandisc hauled  to and  from d-pots.; lius  #mco-S7.l;ll trains kUtfl bonts.    SpctSia-l attciition  gi-.��li   to  the transfer of )j|if*gage.   Oillee and  stjtble.. on Vernoii street; opposite I'lioTribvindi  ALEX STEWART  Turner &; Bpcckli block, Nelson, B. C.  _ ���wr*.:1*" J ip*"*���^.   s'_���!.",-'ci"     "���* ^_r_l��_.*,  p ���^kJ^m^M^.W^^.'.:.^ .  Wagon repairing pcolnptrytfttoiidedto,byalirsfecla._..  '^lieelWiriglVt.      _       " �� "       " .���       ,       . ���  Sp-cipl aitcntiofi givcii to all kiiids of rejpi.iring aiid  custcjni wOrk frojff.outside iJoihts.    ��� "*        ... ���  Sfipp:   Hall .Street, beiwee��i Baker-:apd'��Vernbhl/(jfefso'it'  StRAGHAN BROS.  parsons fToM^e Qo.  .'N__i__50.IN-, 'B. C  Tmk mine owners who  attempted   to  make political capital out of the workings of the eight-honr law mast feel  a  trifle cheap,  now  that the  attempt has  been stillborn.  Nelson lias spent several thousand  dollars in money and the digestive organs  of three of her prominent eitizens have  beeu ruined in.viun attempts to procure  an appropriation for a Dominion government biiildingYY^Y -VY'VYv;;.-./. V'Y^YY'Y-vY-Y:  Tlio undersigned is prepared-to receive sealed tenders  to be opened at 10 a. in., Monday, June 25th, for the following material, delivered in Nelson, fortlio eonstriictron  of an Klcctric Tramway.  4000 Railway Ties.  40,000 P. B. M. of Squared Timber.  40,000 P. B. M. of 3-inoh Plank.  150 Cedar Poles.  Tho above quantities being approximate  Specifications may be seen in the Macdonald Block,  lloom 7.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  C. HALIFAX HALL.  EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKERS  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS  insrs T_n*R___:_3-c_'-Ei  REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.  TO LOT���Several hoilses of'di.n_.unl, sizes.  FOlt SALE���Ileal estate in all parts or the city.  ROOMS AND OiPFICES  AlT'r.Y  J. LAING STOCKS, Secretary  At olllce of the Duncan Minos, Limited.  FOR SALE  BY   PRIVATE   BARGAIN  TO-Room House, eenirnlly locittefl, $2800.  6-Rooiii Gottiigo and 3 l-0ts on Citl'bonftto  street, $1400, easy term-.  5-Rooni  H'ouso' on  Stanley street, ��5!00.  J. L. VANSTONE,      R. H. WILLIAMS,  Mines and Mining Stocks Customs broker  RKAL KSTAT.K AND OENKHAL 4GKN'I'S  213 Draught Horses,  12 Drautfht Mulcf'.  11 Pack Mules.  13 Pack Horses.  The above stock is in first-lass condition and perfectly  broken. Tho vendor can furnish if desired complete Hk-  King for pick _nnliinils, also harness and wiffons for  balance of stock. Apply to Wavwly mine, Albert Canyon, R. C.  FOR SALE.  A building and lot on First Avenue in the town of  Ymir, 1'ents for ��20 per month. "Will bo sold cheap for  cash. For further particulars apply to .John A. Kirkpatrick, Nelson, B. O.  For Sale  Nil '������ K EL-IN-THl .-SLOT  CARD M.\CIIIXK  . PitrCK ?12  V7'-V..v Y-Apply .to.-.-.. -..;' V-.7";..Y:YYY: -7  j_I.Vc;!dUMMIN_,. Rodoga Cigar,Stto-c.Y.  T\vo lots with two-.toi:y house on Littinier  street, near Josephine SISOO  Terms:   ��l._!0l> cash, balance on ruort��iige.  Sistv-aCrc ranch, nine miles from city on lake  shore SIMM  One-half cash, balance onmortgage.  X.O_A._CTS  Ou   loah conditions arc the cheapest alul best  oil .rod.   You can repay at any time without  bonus.       ___  ___G_-__3Isra?S   FOB  British Columbia Permanent Savings & Loan Company.  Globe Savings & Loen Co., Toronto.  lasrsrrS-^-irbEi  Fire, Life, Accident, and Sickness.  Wo arc receiving daily direct from  tho growers consigiime.its of Sfcraw-  lieiTies, Cl'lciTies,, .Uaitaiiius, Oranges,  Leiiiails, etc. Send us your  standing orders.  Tlio Tr-icle .Only Supplied  COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSEMEN  And jo_jbe;rs OF GREEN FRUITS  Parsons Produce Go,  Nelson, If. 0.  George Holbrook  City Sc&tfeng-er and  Chimney Sweep  Prompt attention given to all orders left at M. DesBrisay & Co's, Baker street, Nelson.  BON TON RISTAUMNT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Opera House.Block, NELSON  Melsoi!  Wiorfes  jr.VNUKAQ'J'UltKltS OK  ENG-liNES, BOILERS, SHAPTINGi IKON AND  BRASS OASKINGS OF El^Bli^ DBSORIPTION  licpairs promptly attcndOd to.      P. 0. Ilox 173,  GENERAL TEAMSTERS  O AiVlBUE ��& O'REIUIUY, Asts  Baker Street West. Nelson, B. C.  w. IP- iROBiztsrsoirsr  (Kx-Sheriil' of South Kootenay)  GENERAL AUCTIONEER  Cash advanced on consignments of merchandise.  Postollico Box 572 Nelson, IS. C.  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing 120 acres of land within one and a  .  .     quarter.miles of Nelson.7For fiU-lier-..  Y;   --yyy y: :������-,. particulars apply to  'y:y::-,     ���';.; 7 '������  'FRBD'^-Y'SQUlklSif-NelBoi  AGENTS FOR  The Imperial Oil Co.   Standard Oil Co.  Washington Brick aqd Linrje Co.  The H. W. IVlcNiell Co., Ltd., Canadian Aittftra-  cite Goal (Hard)  Dealers ill  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 hoard and room, Todd's old stand, corner  Ward and Carbonate streets, in rear of Knglish church. -  Heated by steam. Table board ��1, rooni and hoard ��5,:  and Sii.50. ...... ���-���"���;'���-."  A collection" of flno Bolgium Canariesi for sale. '-.'���   ���  7S'��*V7'0*LAUGHLIN_'Y'  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles   St.   Barbe,   Agent.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BnKWKTlS ANP BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lag'er Beep,  Ate and Porter  Prompt and regular  tUilivory to tho. trade.  Brewery;at Nelson.  "^it%��;'-��is^i^���-:'ira��.,i'.-sws^.��ai;* THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON.  B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1899.  Capital,  Rest,  all paid  up,     -  $12,0ft0,000  6,000,000  THE BANK OF  LORD STRATHCONA AND  MT   ROYAL, President  Hon. GEO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-President  K   S. CLOUSTON General Manager  _srjB-i_so3sr _3_E-_s_:Nra:E3:  N. W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.       I1KANCHB8  IN       LONDON (England). NEW YORK, CHICAGO  and in tho urincipul cities in Canada.  Huy and sell Sterling  Exchange and Cable Transfers  OKANT COMMKKOIAI. _\NI> TKAVBLLKItS' 01CKDIT8,  available in any part of the world.  URAITTS ISSUKD    COLLKCTIONB MADKi KTO.  NELSON  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT RATE OF INTEREST PAID  UPS , AND   DOWNS.  Toronto. Te'egrani.  Grand Trunk ���trn.cktneu will have every  chance to die of starvation or old age  while tlie strike is in progress of settlement at the hands of sir Wilfrid Laurier.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atliq, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yii^ori District.  recovered his strength after the operation and was unable to work. His condition was sucli this spring that it was decided that the removal of four more ribs  was necessary to close the lung cavity,  from wliich the larger portion of his lung  had wasted away. He was taken to fche  Alexian Brothers' hospital, where the  operation was successfully performed.  A radiograph of Oppen's chest was made  by professor W. (.."Fuchs prior to the  operation. The negative..'plainly..shows  the ribs first operated upon, the imbedded  bullet and what professor Fuchs believes  to be portions of the long lost safety pin.  If sir William Van Home had gone iu  for art he would have never drawn anything as valuable as the annual salary of  $50,000 which has rewarded his talents as  a railway man.  Sir Richard Webster i.s going to open  the British case before the Venezuelan  arbitrators at Paris in a sixteen day  speech, and still they say that arbitration  is less horrible than Avar.  These decisive United States victories  in the ^Philippines do not seem to decide  anything except the date which should  bo graven on the tombstones ofthe brave  Americans who fall in the unending conflict.    The atmosphere of the house of commons is being continually refrigerated by  the coolness between R. L. Richardson,  M.P., and lion. Clifford Sifton,.and thus  parliament is able to survive the heat of  this summer in Ottawa.  There is quite a contract in front of  Hugh John Macdonald if he is to impart  a throw down to Uncle Thomas -Green-  way, .who ranks as the Fuzzy Wuzzj* of  Manitoba politics, and holds the record  of a iirst-class fighting man. - ;  > ' An indignant repudiation of the statement that the Hamilton Times is "edited  by a Methodist," will be thankfully accepted by every reader who reveres the  name of John Wesley, or admires the  great denomination which John Wesley  founded.      .   Staked a Princeling Prospecting for a Wife.  Newspapers arriving here from abroad  bring the following story: The Ber-  gische Bank, the German Vereius Bank,,  and the Wurtemberg Vereins Bank have  brought suit against prince. Leopold, ex-  hereditary prince of Iseiiberg-Birstein,  who made a tour of America "for the im- *  provement of his mind," and went back  as poor as he came. The banks allege,  they staked the princeling with a fortune  of 350,000 marks and sent him to this  country to prospect for a wife. They expected him to return with Miss Anna  Gould or Miss Florence Pullman, and with  a fortune that would erase his own debts,  put his impoverished father ph a ..ounder  ^blrais=th1M"ln^lu��Ot^ a  well stocked purse to the Iseilbergs for  yeai'SV to .come. Biifj they were disap-  poli_.te.cl aucl now claim 350,000 marks;  with interest for six years. Iu qrder to  evade his creditorSj Leopold has renounced the hereditary title in the principality whose name lie Wars, aiid per-"  iin'tited ah infant nephew to succeed him.  He lioW draws pay to the extent of abovi-  a dollar a day as first lieutenant of the  ��*!.(_-_-_-ssian infantry, and fchis by law is exempt froni execution. The Iseubcrgs are  first cousins to the emperor Of Austria.  Heroic Surgery in Chicago.  Kiiufe K. Qppen, formei*ly as fine a.  &'peeiinan of manhood as the physicians  of Chicago have ever segu, is one of the  few men in the world who lias the distinction, or misfortune, whichever it may  be called, of being minus eight ribs and a  portion of alung_ Oppen, AVho iiow lies  on a cot at the Alexian Brother..' hospital, has three times-been, under the surgeon's knife, and upon two of these occasions he has suffered the removal of a  portion of four ribs. Oppen .was formerly a foreman of construction on the  Northwestern railroad. On the night of  April 4th, 1897, he was held.up on .Bicker-  dike street by two men, one of whomshot  him, the bullet entering liis left lung.  The surgeon who dressed the wound was  unable to locate the bullet, and it was  not removed. At that time, and unknown' to the surgeon, a piece of the  drainage tube which was placed in the  wound became loosened, and, together  with the safety pin-attached to.it, was  drawn into the lung. It began to make  trouble for Oppen, and he was taken to  the county hospital, where, on: August  7th, a portion of four ribs oyer his left  lung was removed and the drainage tube  found and. taken out, no trace being  found  of fche  safety  pin.    Oppeir never  Mountain Climbing Race.  ���    A striking and  novel competition took  place at Banavie, near Fort William, on  Saturday of last week, wheii a record was  established for the  quickest ascent and  descent of Ben .Nevis, the highest mountain  in  Scotland.    The competition was  promoted by John Menzies of the Banavie hotel,  who .offered a gold  medal for  the winner.     Ten  competitors  entered,  including  McDonald, the  captain of the  Stewartonian   football   team;  Mann, of  the  Clydesdale Harriers ; W.  M. McDonald, a  former record-holder,  and others.  After being photographed, the  competitors  started  off from the front  of the  hotel at 11.2, at a sharp run.    They had  nearly three miles of flat  to cover before  reaching the base  of the hill,  and when  they   reached   this  point Kennedy and  Williams  struck  up  a precipitous path  running up the side of the hill.    Kennedy  here drew away steadily from McDonald  gaining a lead wliich he never lost.    The  former, who  is a  local  gamekeeper, was  the first to reach  the summit, at  12.40,  and, after signing his name, he started ou  the return journey,  bounding down the  hill at a pace which none but tliose born  and bred among the mountains dare attempt*   A single slip would have meant  instant death, but he bounded down with,  the siirefootedness of,a mountain roe, and  arrived  at  the hotel  at  1.43,  his exact  time being 2-hours 41 minutes 12 seconds.  The height of .Beii Nevis is 4406,feet, and  the distance from the Banavie hotel to  the^nniiuit is estimated at seven.miles,  so  that it will be  seen  tliat Kennedy's;  was a wonderful  performance.    William  McDouald arrived second, taking 3 hours,  30 minutes,.50  seconds  to complete the  journey.    McDonald last year went from  Fort William postoffice  to the summit  and back  in  2   hours  27  minutes,  and  Swan,  of Fort William, has since clone  the same journey in 2  hours 20 minutes.  The difficulties of the feat Avere greatly  increased'by the fact-that the summit of  the Ben is  covered by over eight feet of  snow,,and the descent .was done in a .thick  mist,  accompanied  by  driving  sleet, in  which several   of the  competitors   lost  their   way.    The   timekeeper   was   Mr.  Lapsley of Edinburgh.  Entirely Unequal to the Occasion.  The sight of tho ankle of Miss Kathryn  Marie Dent, disjointed in playing tennis,  , and clad though it was in the daintiest  =silk=stoekiiig4niagiuabler=Avas-too=inUch=  for the nerves of Channiiig A. Richardson, a student of the J_io^th\vesterii1 unir  versity, in Evaustolij a higiitoned sHbiyJ*)  Of Chicago. Miss -Dent had lately .completed a post-graduate course at Gum-  niock school of Oratory, but this did not  prevent her from engaging in.a game of  tennis yesterday xviili Mi:. Richardson,  Corner Bilker and Wurd Street..  For Strawberries and  other fruits in season,  your order.  Prompt delivery.  Hazlewood Ice Cream  Ice Cream Soda and  All Kinds of Soft Drinks  LcllVG  MILLS & LOTT  Agents tor Hazlewood leo Cream.  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  Hall stroots, Nelson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OU NIGHT  BAKERY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  _=-.     S_.TT-E-:Er3".     FBOgglBTOg  BOATS! BOATS! BOATS!  FOR SALE OR HIRE  W. J. ASTLEY & CO.  Boats built to order. Repairing and fitting a specialty. Sails made and rigged. Fishing rods and tackle  mended.   Ai Government wharf, Nelson,  TENDEJRS   WANTED.  '. Tenders will be received iip. till noon on Wednesday,  'Junc'-Stli. 189., for sinking a-;V.by .7. foot shaft oOfect  more on the present shaft of Fairmont;.mine; now lOO.fcet"  deep, at Ymir camp. The lowest or any tender not  necessarily aceopted.   Hids~to.bo-sent to  HENRY C. CARR, Consull ing Engineer,  June 21st, 18i��.   - .   Box 6��0, Nelson, 11. V.  who is  a student  of the  Garret Biblical  Institute.  Miss Dent was playing close to the net,  and Mr. Richardson "lobbed" the ball  over her head. In turning quickly to  catch the ball on the bound she wrenched  her ankle and threw it out of place. Mr.  Richardson cleared the net with one  bound to assist his late opponent.  "Full it!" exclaimed the young woman,  extending her foot toward her late adversary.  Whether it was the sight of the distorted limb or the suddenness of the  tempting invitation that caused Mr.  Richardson to faint will never be known,  as Mr. Richardson refused to be interviewed on the subject. At any rate, he  fell in a heap before the disjointed ankle  and silk stocking and could not assist the  disabled young woman. V!  But a gallant iceman, who had concluded his rounds of a number of Evanston  homes, Avas passing, and, not being as  sensitive to a display of hosiery as the  young theologian, and being accustomed  to the process *of pulling legs, speedily  .straightened the limb of Miss Dent. It  required a chunk of ice to bring Mr.  Richardson to his senses, and the young  lady will be about in a few days.  FULL LINE OF  HOTEL   ARRIVALS..  HUME.  C. Dixon, Rossland  A. Tallin. Spokane  II. \V. Hollis, spokano  \V. T. Ramsay, VV hatcher  Iowa  L. JI. lMy, Ohio  Al Murphy, Rossland-  F. E. Hollingworth.  Rossland  Rowland "VInchi", Victoria  D. Jt". Dickson, Winnipeg  W. H. Tennant, Winnipeg  PHAIR.  John McKano Rossland  J. A. Wright, Montreal  W. C. Nichol, Vaucouver  Miss Martin, Rossland  Miss Black, Lossland  D. M. Eberts, Victoria  Bertr 'in Astley, London  James Head, London  J. Fletcher, Vancouver  W. J. Camp, Montreal  II. Wilkins, San  Francisco  Edward Peterson, Toronto  QUERN'S.  C. Dell-Smith, Rossland  Mrs. P. Mc.ucnton, Cranbrook  W. Beck and wife, Kaslo  Frank Low, Winnipeg  F. V. Fish. Seattle  James Clarke, Winnipeg  GRAND CENTRAL.  C. L. Knox, Spokano  K Hicks, ltossland  Fred Wilbur, Salmo  E. Cris-iollo, Victoria  F. Lanly, Flying Dutchman  mine  A. Lossloy, Flying Dutchman mine  TREMONT.  David Forest, Sandon  Joseph Marti", Rossland  Louis Perry, Kaslo  F. Finland, Rossland  M.     MoCuaig,     Poorman  mine  MADDEN.  ��_*���  ���73-t^l  '�������.  "You pays your money and  you takes your choice"  m  Charles A. McKcc, Chicago  John Harry, Victoria  Tim Harrigan, Robson  S. White, Vancouver  E. Gauthier, Montreal  James Johnston, Sandon  G. W. Bartlett, Creston  John McNeish, ltossland  Carl Strom, Winnipeg  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  New.el' Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  .Bough and  __>ressed Lumber  of nil kinds.  If what you want is npt in stock wc will .mako it for you  CALL AND,GET-PRICES.  Ball Games Yesterday.  Chicago 3. Brooklyn ,2.-  Pittsburg 2, Boston 4.  Cleveland 2, New York S.  St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 9.  Providence S, Toronto 8.  Kansas City 8, St. Paul 7.  Detroit 8, Buffalo 3. <Y  Indianapolis 3, Buffalo 2.  Milwaukee 9, Buffalo 5.  Louisville 8, Washington ,3.  Cincinnati 0, Baltimore. 3.  The Tremon. Met  B  Ladies' Vests     ...       ioc  Ladies' Gloves    .  ���     35c  Ladies' Vests ....    15c  Ladies' Gloves .  . 40c  Ladies' Vests     .     .    .       20c  Ladies' Gloves    .  .     50c  Ladies' Vests .:   .    .    .    25c  Ladies' Gloves    .  60c  Ladies' Vests     .    .    .      35c  Ladies' Gloves .    .  ���75C  Sleeveless Silk Vests .  $1.25  Ladies' Gloves    .  $1.00  Sleeveless Silk Vests...     1.50  Ladies' Gloves .    .    .  r.50  Ladies' Silk Vests with  Children's Gloves    .  20c  sleeves    .    .    .     ...   2.00  Children's Gloves .  . 25c  %  ffl  ,ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  %  BANK  OF  B. C.  BUILDING,  NELSON.  >,e3.<^.(^.=3,(=).(^,t=3,��3.c3.c=).c=>.{=3. (=3,r=?.c3. ��=>.(=?,  TIBIE-MS   <_"-__S___  m  .-?  IV|AL0. E & TREGILLUS  PROPRIETORS  Headquarters for Miners and Prospectors  P. Burns &Co.  WUOLKSALK   AND   KETAIL  Meat Merchants  THE BEST BRANDS OF  and  ars  ALWAYS ON HAND  J. A. Say ward  " -HALL'AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  CHARLES .HILLYER,  l'HESIDKN-  HARRY HOUSTON,  -      fiKCKl'TAHY  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills,  xJi_vri,r_-!r3-  One of the best _and most popular hotels in Nelson.  QUEER'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Head Office, Kelson, B.C.  Wholesale Markets at Jtelson, Rossland, Sandon and Creenwood.  RETAIL   STORES  AT  Nelson,   Trail,  Ymir, Kaslo,  New Denver,  Sandon, Silverton, Cascade  City,  Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.  ORDERS BY MAIL  PROMPTLY FORWARDED  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  MANUFACTURERS OF  DEALERS IX  AND  Rough and Dressed LumbeV  Mouldings  Doors arid Sash  Fence Posts and Pickets  Office and Store Fittings  FACTORY WORK DONE TO ORDER,  SUCH AS  Scroll Sawing  Band Sawing  Wardrobes and  General Joinery Work  "IN-STOCK"  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Large  comfortable  bedrooms  and   fir_t-class  dining  room.   Sample rooms for commercial men.  _E.-A_T_E3S   $2   PEE  _D.__._r  Baker Str. et, flelsoii  E. C. TRAVES, Mm^F  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  LONDON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS, Ltd.  HEAD  OFFICE,   LONDON,   ENGLAND.  All  communications relating to British  Columbia  business to be addressed to P.,O. Drawer  605, Nelson, British Columbia  Mrs,  E.  C.   CL/\RKE,  Prop.  LaLe of tlio Royal Hotel, Calgary,  Glass of all Sizes apd Kinds  Sawmill on Government wharf.  Factory nlhd. office, corner Hall street and C.P.R.- track  WILL DO WULL TO  -AT.  A large stock pf first-class dry material on hand, also  A full lino of Bash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc,  FACTORY M% A SPECIAlTy  Yard:   Foot of Hendryx street, Nelson  Telephone, 91 Jpfal   %%% AgS-lt  H, D. HUMEr Manager.  The finest hotel in the Interior,  Largo .sample rooms.   Stcttfh hctitiand ol-ctric light.  COR-W.R Ol- W4RD AND YKRNON _TS��� N'jCI.SQN  J. RODERICK ROBERTSON, General Manager)   .,,-.   r_/-\f.i     D   A  S. S FOWLER, E.M., Mining Engineer l   INtLoUIN,    D. t>.  The Slocan Ore Purchasing Company  OF   NELSOK*,   B-C.  Is  now prepared   to  buy all   classes of silver, gold, silver-lead, lead and  cppperyxires_________Xb.e___a nefu l=a.ttention-given-to-large-contracts-will-be-extended-  to the smallest shipper. Prompt settlements and choice of mode of sampling guaranteed.  Address all communipations to drawer S, Nelson, -B. C.  GEORGE M. McDOWELL, Maijagei*.  O. M. ROSENDALE, Pwmfe$ing\ Agent,  BAKER AND WARD STREETS, NELSON  *  Hqadq uarjters for  FIRST-CLASS |UILD!M MATERIAL  Wc.make a specialty of  Stppiap aqd Double Dressed Material  Good Dry Rustic and, Flooring  Ollice and yard near.C.P.R.dcpot   K. 6. BEER, Agent.  COAT RI^WEm  CRESTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ' All sizes of dimension timher and all kinds of Iumhcr  out to order, and shipped to' Nelson in carload lots  Write for prices. -   .     '  Tho only hotel in Nelsoii that has .cmaiijod Umloi' one  management since 1890.  The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted by  electricity.  The dining-room is not second to any in I-Ootenay.  Tho bar is always stocked by the best doniosUo and  imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  Large and well lighted Heated by hot ai  Reasonable rates Sample rooms  Electric bells and light in every room  Renovated and rcfut'hishcd throughout  HOTEL  VICTORIA  J. y. PERKS, Proprietor  Free bus mcots all trains  Hourly, street car to'station  Revelstoke, R. C.  KOOTENAY JOPFEE 00.  COFKEE  ROASTERS   AND   DEALERS  AND   COFFEE.  IN   TEA  Oiler fresh roasted cofTco of best n'lality as follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound 3  M  .Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds   1 M  F'no Santos, I pounds   1 <K)  Sanlos Blond, a pounds   I fl  Our Special Blend, li pounds....    1 ''"  Our Rio Roast, fi pounds    1 tit)  A trial order solicited.  Salesrooms 2 Doors  East, of  Oddfellows - BlqcK.-'Wost'  Baker Stsoot   .  '."..    NELSON, B.C.        \  SMOKERS'HEADQUARTERS  Keeps a. full line of  ROYAL SEAL AND KOOTEJtfAY BELLE CIC.ARS  And all otifr-j.' brands of the  AT FAOTOHV* i|'RICKS  Eootenay Cigar Manufecfcuping Ooipy  OP  HBLSO-T,   B.G.  ALL   K:i3STX3S   0_Ti  CANVAS GOODS,  TENTS,  AWNINGS AND  FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS FOR  VERANDAHS AND WINDOWS  ALL SI55ES OF TENTS IN STOCK ' I ��   l_^r~TT"d'~'_        ~I\/T   A.   T~^_ *C! 'f*} "T*Cl~  ilakcr street, opposite postolllce, Nelson    ___ _______ ____JV__'-     .���*-V '     rV    '    * l*J N���^ ���L/N.  W. P. DICKSON  B. H. H. APPLEWHAITE  J. McJ-fiBB  Kootenay Eleetrie Supply anil Donstraetp%  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Electric Equipments for Electric Power T_an_n_is_ion and lAgl-ting for Mines, Towns  . Electrici Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  p. O. Box 606. Josephine Street," Nelson, B. O. THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON, B.C.,  SATURDAY, JUNE 24-, 1899.  m  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. F. TEETZEL & CO  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS. NELSON  A Game to Test Ability.  The members of tlie Nelson baseball  team will have a practice game on Sunday afternoon, when tlie management  will size up the several players with a  view to selecting the strongest possible  team to represent the city in the baseball  tournament wliich will form a feature of  the Dominion Day celebration. To even  matters up and allow several of those  who are likely to get upon the lirst nine  to practice in tlieir positions, the Rockenfieid and Caverley battery will be given  to tlio opposing side. Other changes  have also been made in the positions  assigned to the players in what *was L'or-  merly the scratch nine, several of them  being given places in the field with a  view of ascertaining how the batting  strength of the team may be best improved without sacrificing its efficiency  in the field.  Sunday's game will be called at 2...0  o'clock, the teams being composed of the  following: First team���Eacritt e, S, Neelands jj, Partridge lb, Blackwood 2b,  Waters 3b, Houston ss, Mills rf, Phair cf  and Emerson If. Second team���Caverley  c, Rockenfieid p, 3. Neelands lb, Smith  2b, Hawkins 3b, Campbell ss, Moore If,  Votau rf and Blackburn cf.  X.  V  X  July ist is nearly here  How can you celebrate unless properly dressed?  See l-ow Gilker can, fix you up for a few dollars.  P. O .Store J.   A.   OIUKER  feist;  f'l ��������'  ,iflvB$ -i-  Kiirnber the Name  yMi'  JtaiVY*  It __��*>*"'  ljjov',.'''0" ��  ���"���"** 1 TO"- " _ "*  ������ ".W *-  iiilLANDS'  _*��� _" *��_-��iu_fc  IlKORIUM  Ylt* will be to your"advantage .td see'our large  .and complete stock "of. Boots and Shoes. ;We  carry, the   following  lines:    3.  &. T.  Bell, 3.  YD.. King Yfc- Co., "North Star Shoe Co., Foots',  Schulfcsr &"Qoi, Stratford ShoeYCo., Ames, Hol-=  den & Co., and other leading makers.  mm  _2C AND 28 WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON  _*:s_.___*:a__s3��_&__^^   XilXTOXiETJ^M:. m  01NING  ROOM  -Al?  B. fclftto 4 C(  )'S  Coi'Tlfef UaKer -miiI, Ward Streets  N;E|_SO.Ni   B. d>  DRAWING  ROOM  NELSON.  Mills <fc Lott will occupy the first floor  of the building at the corner of Baker  and Ward streets. The west half is being fitted up for au ice cream drawing  room���-the only place of the kind in  British Columbia.  C. AV. Young, of the provincial police  force, iiassecl through Nelson yesterday  en route for Duncan City Avhere he will  be stationed for the future. Constable  Young was formerly stationed at Wellington, Vancouver Island.  The mayor and members of the eity  council of Sandon have accepted, the invitation to be present at the Dominion  Day celebration in this city. The city  fathers of Sandon never do things by  halves and':they may be expected to arrive in a body.  Edward Gri/.z'elleof Victoria is in Nelson  with a view to establishing a florists  business iu this city. Gri*_/_clle was for  several years in charge of the Tuvortav-  ish nursery at Victoria., and after, looking  over all the towns of Kootenay decided  to locate in Nelson if he can secure a  suitable location.  Subscribers to tlie celebration fund who  can use the celebration-advertisement' envelope "should .procure, them froin the  secretary. About.2000 are/stilkon hand.  .'James Clarke-.Son of Mrs. E. C. Clarke,  returned yesterday morning " from St.  Boniface college- ."Jimmy" was successful in winning"tbosilvcr' medal, donated  by .lieutenant-governor Patterson, for  mathematics at the college examinations.  . Five nien were sent- to tlte" quarry of  the West Kootenay Brick <fc Lime Company hear Kaslo yesterday for "the pur-  -pose of taking out dimension -rock for"  ���the Hudson's Bay Company's building  and the Houston1 block. - The stone which  they will take out is a local variety of  marble which is admirably adapted for  building. ItSriise in the two buildings in  question is the first which has been found  for it since the quarry was opened.  Jt is expected that Ward street, between Victoria and Baker streets, will be  opened up and ready for traffic by Wednesday next at the latest.  A marriage license Avas issued yesterday authorizing the "joining together in  the bonds of holy matrimony oi George  Stanley Kellaway and Caroline Jemima.  JI. Mouat.  Mrs. W. P. Tierney returned yesterday  from. Spokane in company with her  daughter Stella, who has been attending  the academy of Holy Names. Miss Stella  was successful in winning the fir.-, prize  for penmanship, a gold medal,  A nieeting will be held this morning in  the school house at 11 o'clock for the  purpose of electing a school trustee vice  Dr. Arthur, whose term has expired. Dr.  Hall will preside at the meeting, the  other two trustees, George Johnstone  and Dr. Arthur, being at Kamloops  attending the nieeting of the Masonic  grand lodge.  W. C. Nichol, the Vancouver newspaper man, and C Dell-Smith of Rossland  were in Nelson at the same time yesterday. They are both taking the temperature of the people, the one in a political  and the other in a monetary sense.  "Ike".Holden, whose death has been  twice announced from dliferent quarters  of the continent, returned to Nelson  yesterday.  A meeting of the Thompson River and  Jameson Creek Placer Mining Company  was held last night in the office of H. Ji.  Bellamy, at 'which there wore present:  H. R. Bellamy, A. H. Kelly, R. S. Lcnine,**  A. D. Emory, W. J. Wilson and C. D.^J.  Christie. The olfer of the Toronto syndicate to purchase a half interest in the  claims for $45,000 was finally confirmed  and the question of the purchase of a  dredge to work the claims was left with  H. R. Bellamy. The "matter of organizing  a company avi 11 be taken up at the next  meeting of the shareholders which will  be held on Wednesday night.  a.  oo  GO  C_3���  UJ  _2  __���  &o  </*>  CO  rn  O  C/3  co  CO  FOR SALE  BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTY  30 by  120, Baker street, between  Josephine and  AVard street s SSOOO  50 by 120, Baker street, between Josephine and Hall  street..   J500  -Oby 120, Baker street, between Josephine and Hall  streets, corner.-. , ,   30 by 120, East Baker street     SOO  25 by 120 with improvements, south _ide of Vornon  street   5000  50 by 120 with improvements, south side of Vernon  street  _  0000  2 lots and large house beautifully furnished (snap).. _.0DO  2_ lots with cottage rented ax $15 pcrmonlhi Victoria  street  3500  1 lot with cottage rented at $15 per month, ATctoria  street  2500  2 lots with collate rented at ��20 per month, Stanley  ���street - -3.Q0-  C lots in block JiD, all cleared and fenced in  2500  D.-rodm House and 10 lots set! out* in orchard .,...,  J100  ,2 lots, aild Impi-V-tiicni-, 52 hqad of cows* 2 horses,  W'HKOUs, sleighs; harness, and everything in con-  _ 116.tioii with Hurry's njil'k raiich...      5500  For general information on real estate and for further  parti-Vtlar. oii above property apply to  WABD beqs.  Real Estate and General Agents, Raker St., Nelson  :_VL__A_TTX3_T<_>  ;^��.3S_____as$��8&_^^  Fair Prices  Square Dealing  Liberal Treatment  OUR  LEADERS  I will show an extensive lino of goods bought direct  from the manufactures in England, J-'i-iincc. Geniuiny,  and the United Stales. Also goods from tlio best Canadian manufacturer...  The latest and bc��t in Gold, Silver, Coral, and Plated  Jewelry, Ebony and Cut Glass.  I also carry a large variety of Gold and Silver Novelties,  Brooches, Stars, Crescents, Pins, etc.  AVe always carry a complete line of Watches.  ALWAYS  iN  STOCK.  10 and 11 carat Solid Gold Lorgnette...  5. 10 and 20 year Lorgnettes-.  Gilt and Braid Lorgnettes.  ���(Jornl-uud-Silk-Loi'gnctLes.   Rolled Plate Blouse Sets.  Gold Filled Blouse Sets.  Silver and Gilt Blouse Sets.  Gold and Silver Sash Buckles.  l'lftte ,iH. d Gift Sash Buckles..  ;y, 10,15, and 20 ytor Rolled Plato Gold Filled Alberts.  Silver, Gilt, and Gdldiii- Alberts.  100 styles and qualities ill Broaches.  l��g styles hi Pins.  5, 10. 15. and 20* year Rolled Plate and Gold Filled  Links and Buttons.,  Silver aiid Pearl Litiks, Buttons 'rtnd.Studs.  Cut Glass Perfume Bottles*  Cut Glass Flower Holders'.  Cttt Glass TOilet Rottlcs.  Cut Glass jn id diU'ui-ivt Styles tuirt articles.  Diiunond Rings; Olawahd Gem Ring in every kuowil  stone a.id design.  The Jeweler  Siii.l orders fll.mpUy attended to.  Fine watch repairing a-S*pe[}ialt_*,  FOB STYLISH MILLINERY  and Fancy Dress Goods  Blouses and Dress Skirts  CALL ON  Mrs.   E.   McLaughlin  JOSKPHINK STREET, NKLSON  Ice Gream  (HAZLEWOOD)  AND  _Ge Cream Soda  _VT CENTRAL FRUIT STOHE  Frchh Fruit received daily  Next door to Nelson Wine Co.  Telephone S3. HUMPHREYS & PITTOCI.  AINSWOETH   LICENCE   DISTRICT.  Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons havr> made application under the provisions of the  "Liquor Licence Act, lSi)9,"for hotel licenses at the places  set opposite to their respective names:  W.H. Boll at Argenta.  Hector Poirier at Duncan City.  James jMclviernan at Lardo.  W. & J. Simpson at Duncan City.  Robert Inoo at Duncan City.  Maglio & Nolson at Duncan City.  Lowes & Harrington at Duncan City.  Frank M .Question at Duncan City.  Joseph Howson at Duncan City. .  jVIcvey & Cummins at Duncan City.  E.R. Vipond at Duncan City.. .'���;-���  George P. Founder at Duncan City.  A meeting of the Board of Ltcenco Commissioners of  the Ainsworth Licence District will he held to consider  Mich application)" at the Court house iitthe Cilj of Kaslo  on Friday, the thirtieth day of June, lSJil, at the hour  of ten o'clock in the rorenoon.  ,     "WW. H. lib"LLOCK-WEUSTER,  Chief Licence Inspector.  Provincial Police Ollice, Nelson, H. C, lolli June, 18!'!).  NELSON LICENSE DISTRICT.  Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned person has made application under the, provisions of the  "Liquor License A.cl���,18-!." tor an hotel license at; the  place set opposite lo his name.  Hank Noll at Salmo.  A meeting of the board of license commissioners of the  Nelson License District will ho held to consider tills and  other 'applications at the court house at the city of Nelson oii Wednesday, the 5th day of July, 18!)!), at- the hour  of 11 o'clock in the foronoon.  WM. H. B_*LLOCK-WRK3TI.lt,  Chief License Inspeetoi'.  Provincial Police Olllce,, Nolson, 11..C, 21st June, IS!)!).  NELSON  LICENSE  DISTRICT.  Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons have made application Under the provisions of the  "Liquor Licenso Act,, IS!)!)," for hotel licenscsat the places  set. opposite to their respective names,  T. 0. Proctor at Balfour.  David Clarko at Pilot Bay. :  A, meeting of the board of license commissioners of the  Nelson License I list rift will be' held lo consider such applications at the court house. ,il   the city of Nelson on,  Wednesday, the 51 li daj ol July, IS!)!), at the hour of 11  o'clock in the furcnoun.  WM. II. UULLOCIC-WKH'iT.KR,  Chief liieense Inspector.  J'roviiiciii] Polite Ollice, Nelson, B. ('��� 21st June, 18!)!).  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORB  OARS  Canton Brill Steel  CARRY IN STOCK  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Ooal  Pipes, and Fittings  G-iant, Caps and Fuse  a  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  ^vplil  and Woodenware  Stoves, Ranges,  WOODEN    V\-   ^ron> Steel,  Sheet  MA'iEhlAL     ^Ak      Iron> T-Rails  Paints, Oils, Glass  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   CornerYBaker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  Refrigerators  PRICES RANGING FROM $9.50 TO $30  Lawrenee Hardware Co.  -SIBI-SOISr,   33. c  A Volley of Economy that Carries Conviction into Every Homo In Nelson  %\\   'C51>ff'_> ��^'^ ',0^.'i)ig success of J;usi;  weeks -liiy stock, recluctiim sjiIc, some -  Jll  O'gJllv  j-nf,s sfca__ef_!d''-lir__gh"ilic croukory'* rt .paitineiil useaped the niaii-Y-  agcr'K pruning knife*, of the ous Iciiik.t'k .lUenlibii.    Tliescj, with ;i sco're of" lucky ]">ur- ���  (jlifises in otlior linos, are your fruit for this week.    This sale would not be necessary  hod,the warm weather come two or three weeks curlier, but it is our rule in  business to" lower tlie slock before our _semi-annual inventory,    We take our medicine  philosophically nnd will gfeet you pleasantly when you come to help us empty our  shelves to tho. (pick-stop time of .stock-taking prices.  w  E ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AG-ENTS  for many of the best lines of  groceries, and always have a fresh, wholesome stock on hand.  Telephone ��0:  P. O. I3ox K & W.  Baker street tVest. Nelson  MOHBT SAVED BY BUYINCt *_OUB  Ipuit Jars, Jelly litees^ Ion  _E3!3?0-��   FIiO_!yi   TJS  \\'o cni'i'.v tlio liii'Kcwli ��tock  C:an UU your orders for liny nunntity  isay & Co.  FRUIT JARS!    FRUIT JARS!  Direct  from the manufacturer in pints,  quarts,  and  half gallons.  Lake of the Woods Flour in stock.  JOHN A. IRVING & COMPANY  Bnker Street West,; Nelson, 11. O.  SPECIAL ATTMTM  Have just, received a consignment of Harris home  ��� made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FBED J. SQUIBE, Baker St. Mson  The supply is limited, bo call oarly and examine this stock. ���  ,f. ts. ,._ig, .-mil,.  ...viV-__i ,_._.   i

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