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The Tribune 1899-06-28

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For Completing Light Flume.
A speeijil meeting of tlie city council
avjis held yesterday afternoon for the
purpose of making provision for the entertainment of tlio guests of the corporation during the days of tlie Dominion
Day celebration. Several other matters
were also taken up, including the consideration of tlie reports from the two
standing committees.
Tlie report of the finance committee
went through without debate. It merely
recommended the payment of salaries
aggregating $102-1.00 and streets payroll
aggregating $37.5(5.
The report of the public works committee was not so fortunate, as alderniiin
Beer, who has been absent from the city
for some time, displayed considerable
interest in its contents. The committee
made   the following   recommendations:
(1) That a two-inch main be laid on Hoover street to lots 1,5 and 0  in block  53:
(2) That tenders be called for for tlie
erection of a fire station building on Observatory street, tlie tenders to state
price for plastered and unplastered Avails;
(3) That applications be invited for tlie
positions of caretaker of the city cemetery, the pay to be $25 per month, with
free home and fees for private graves;
(-1) That action be taken with regard to
projecting verandas on the city streets
for the safety of the public; (5) Tliat a
10-foot sidewalk be laid on Ward street
between Baker and Victoria street; (0)
That tenders be called for for the completion of the electric light flume, such
tenders to be sent in by 2 o'clock p. m.
on Thursday, tlio (ith of July.
Alderman .Beer's chief objection was to
the last clause of the report dealing witli
the completion of the electric light Hume.
He thought that the matter could be deferred until the city engineer was able to
give the work his attention.
Alderman Fletcher urged the adoption
of the committee's recommendation, as
he said that tlie city was suffering a loss
of $100 for every Aveek tliat the work
was delayed. If the council decided to
leave tlie completion of the flume over
from time to time there would not be a
stick of lumber left, as it was all warping
and splitting. As to the desirability of
having tlie work done by contract as
against day labor, the chairman of the
public works committee ' said tliat the
former work wliich had been done by
days labor had cost the city from 20 to
30 per cent more than it should'have,
done. -,::■:: .......■.:..
late. To consider a tender which came
in late was not dealing fairly Avith a man
aa'Iio attended to his business and complied witli the conditions imposed by tlie
Alderman Hillyer said that the objection to calling for fresh tenders wus that
it aviis a common practice for persons
tendering for any Avork to compare the
prices of their tenders after the time for
receiving the same had -'closed. To call
for fresh tenders because one Lender was
received late Avas "therefore ileal ing unfairly with the persons who had tendered
in time.
Alderman Beer repeated that if the
council dcciiled to act upon the one tender that both tenders should be receiA'ed.
Mayor Neelands said that it was a, most
unsatisfactory way of doing business.
His own feeling in the .matter 'was thafcc
the council should deal Avitli the tender
Avhicli had beeu submitted in time and
that the other should be thrown aside.
He, therefore, ruled the hitter tender out
ancl proceeded to open the tender of the
Tribune Association. In this tender the
offer'AA'as made to print 100 copies of the
bylaAA's after the style of the provincial
statutes at the rate of $2 per page and to
print additional lots of fifty copies for 1.0
cents per page in addition.
After considerable discussion it Avas
decided to place the order Avith the Tribune Association for 200 copies. This
Avas done on motion of alderman Hillyer,
seconded by alderman Fletcher.
The council also decided to sell copies
of the byhiAA'S to those who might require
the same at the rate of $2 per copy.
The Columbia Made a Good Showing.
Newport, Rhode Island, June 27.—In
a good Avhole sail breeze this morning tlie
.new cup"defender Columbia and the defender champion of 1895 had a second
and more thorough test as to their speed
than the light air of Saturday, and again
the neAV boat proved that in windward
work she could both outpoint and out-
foot the other craft. The boats had
about as good a race as possible  Avithout
President Shaughnessy Protests.
Ottawa, .Tune 27.—A meeting of the
public accounts committee Avas called this
morning but no business Avas transacted.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier was present for a
second time to be examined on the Manitoba election frauds case, but sir Hibbert
Tupper avIio had charge of the case Avas
not present to conduct tlie examination.
Mr. Foster announced tliat sir Hibbert
was engaged in the preparation of a
speech wliich he was going to deliver
during tho afternoon on tlie Yukon
charges in tlie house and consequently lie
could not be .present. It AA'as reported
that sir Hibbert Avill prefer charges'
against' tlie Yukon officials and "will ask
for.a committee of investigation.
W. H. P. Clement, legal adviser to commissioner Ogilvie in the Yukon, is iu tlie
city on business Avith the interior and
justice departments. Mr. Clement says
that Ogilvie's-. - investigation' into the
charges against the officials was closed
some time ago and none of the charges
Avere sustained.
President Shaughnessy of the Canadian
Pacific railway Avas here last niglit and
had a long interview Avith the goA'ernment in regard to the Grand Trunk and
Intercolonial traffic arrangement AA'hich
is to last for ninety-nine years aiid Avliicli
president Shaughnessy opposes. He says
it is tantamount to giving a lease of tlie
Intercolonial for ninety-nine years.
Mr. Blair's raihA'ay bill, regarding operating rules for rail way's, Avas laid before
the raihA'ay committee today, and the
first clauses Avere passed.
The Deadly Parallel.
■   Fort Steele Prospector,    !
June 21tlr.
Tiro enforcement  of  the
.'eight-hour   law    will  slop
'.work ou the bin concont-a-
Liirawl tramway nt iho St.
'. Kiiffcno mine, thereby hold-
•iii({ biv k the expenditure of
more limn §1!K),0(JO in  Knst
going   OA'er   a   measured
steady  'swell   breeze   was   just,. .strong,,
pB^joiMecidW^ vftle^tifi *? uitt^$2:50j _
;^n*4i|%Mi?Aiaiitf^^l^d^^i' '&>
• -provide"*uinsiefas*i\'ell*.asJuilehs »""■ .-"
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Council of Women in Session.
London, June 27.—The international
council of ..women,, which.'assembled yesterday in tlie coiiA'ocation hall of Church
House, Westminster, is divided into five
sections or -.meetings, Avliich are all
crowded. Great interest is taken in tlie
political section Avhicli discussed today
the .-parliamentary' enfranchisement of
Avomen. The vice-presidentof the council, Miss May _ Wright' Sewal!,. „pr-3.sidinga
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nouncement thivb„"a>papei'.«Mouia\ be. imi
.opposing feniale,_fi.anfjhise^Ava&ineit byiw
Moyie. I.n.'ider,
Juno 21th.
Two oirl"ii<ls of naw-d
tinibi'r lmvo boon delivered
nt tlie St. KiiKCiiu cone n-
trntor site and tlio fraini 'K
of Llic building bus bUKioi-
The buildinur of tho stone
wall at the lvnr end of the
excavation is well mil r
way. The mill will bo birlt,
under the .supervision of 1.
Ij. Cole ■ t Spokaiif. A
force of men aro now clearing tho tram right-of-way.
] The St. Eugene mine is AA'ithin a mile
of Moyie, and it is only reasonable to
suppose that tlie neAA'spaper published at
Moyie is iu the best position to state-whsit
is actually taking place in its immediate
neighborhood. We take it tliat the
Leader states facts, and that-, the Pros-;
pector merely repeats the vaporings of
$ome disgruntled holder of a few thousand'
shares iii a wild-cat mining venture.       ,
■j YMIR.
( P. J..Gleazer, John F. Burne and John
McLeod haA'e been asked by the committee of the Spokane industrial exposition
■fco supervise the collection of a mineral
exhibit from Ymir camp. " ■    ■  *
5 On tlie Fourth of July claim, in tlie
Wilcox group, the shaft is down thirty
feet, and president By water says' everything is looking remarkably aa'cII.
. Assays from the Nevada, give values in
gold, silver and lead of $38.88, $32.21. and
: On tlie Surprise, on the north side of
the Porcupine, a 22-foot ledge has been
uncovered on. the surface.
On the Tavo Brothers, on tlie Avest side
of tlio south fork of tlie Porcupine, a
9-foot ledge is traceable for 600 feet,
A big pack train consisting of fourteen
horses loaded with provisions and supplies, left yesterday for tlie Big Horn,
group, operated by the Simcoe Mining <fc
Milling Company, Limited. Tom Woods
AA'as in charge Avith a.full crew of fourteen -.miners. He "will commence three
8-hour shifts right aAvay,'with tlie intention of shipping ore as soon  as  ppssi-
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'=■ jtJlirjee Ideal printiiiig0 "Mie$&=,naskiiig" them
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yilx0\"y§he «ieijderi$y.§kpi^ ■ &,„
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■■'•vvfas"-''^'^^-^; tit. ,ilAl^1£i_*6,l^Ki^stuS'°*-Sftiiti*' 'there'
wbjilcl be\a- ajjeetifLg- f>£ %he 'ppuneti oii
l^idaybaftBi:u:Qoh,to" cohsfder "tlie saniBi
■Ih re_ipOuse ,*tp',*tiiege\cdin*i*_inu'Ui,*S»rtiQii-s one
tender^ had: beeii deceived" soiii°e tilne pvo-
vlbus td the txine sek- foi1 the cfosiiig of
tlie teudei's, oiie oilWe had declined to
tehdiir, alid on^other had bMn^J^ecei^efL
sp0.i:d i&i€ 3i'jd£%fi.iiijal^
-tlireu.Ne\i\'iii'ariket"i-first ,6"'f/Ju,l-->t";nieeti#g^ f&$ "
day: sir 3," Uillkf's ""thfee^d^"^^"l2ky:
day: sir 3, MjIl^'S   -three^aif "VWTt'bitjr':
! ,geldin$;Kf:n"qsko7by' 0.^1 oif^i^li.i-'Q^'Ki tl clSji*^^ ■
' Toitl Sloan,; Av'",a ^tifal%iTa%/ ° .•rJlJS"d;Aa-si{ :
^fiW^hottrs after tlie time get for receiving
the Same*
Alderman Beei- .was the first tb take
the matter up. He expressed the opiiiiou
that there could be lio Objection to having both tenders read.
Alderman. JEU'Uy.&e interposed an
tioii lit oiice. If the teiiciers Avere not all
sent in at the same time there should be
some explanation. It" was generally* liii-
derStpod ift itl'i tehderihg that jf a tender
Avas iipt handeci in in time it should not
be considered, as thei-e niight be cOii-
siderable advantage to the persons liiak-
iiij* the tendeir iifter the time for the
sanifl had Closed. In liis "Oavu business he
;ha<l tender's l'efhsed which Avere but fiA'O
iiiiuilte.s late." :.
Alderniaii Fletcher took much the same
view. There Avas but one thing for the
council to do. It sliould either ignore
the tender Avhieh had come in late or
burn both tenders and Call for neAV ones.
Alderman Beer fell in line Avith the
second proposition, that the present tenders should be destroyed and fresh tenders called for. The .council sliould haA'e
more than One tender iu.
Alderman Hillyer Avas opposed to calling for fresh tenders. The couucil had
stipulated the conditions which should
govern the tendering. One of the printing offices had complied with the conditions and the other had not. Tliere Avas
therefore but one tender before the
-Alderman McKillop said that there was
but one thing for the council to do. If
it proposed to act upon the present tenders one of them Avould have to be rejected at once.
Alderman Fletcher reminded the council that upon the last occasion when it
was considering tenders one tender had
been rejected because it was ten minutes
brown "cfoIfc iSuk'kerbockeV being secQiHU
Rushing. OUcers to Manila,,
W&Siiitf0tfoi*, June 27.—Tlie Ayilr cle>
partmeut is looking over the list of army
oflicei'S to see whether .auy* Imiyjj^pujid^
=w|i(Frcairb,^Wtle^v^ilH.^leTfp-r services 111
the Philippines by detiiching them from
their present epmmands. In liiaiiy cages
.officers' serving Avith regimeiits in the
United States have offered to be transferred to veginieats in tlie Philippines.
Nearly evel'y transport bound for Manila
Will carry officers to take ihe places pf
tliose aa'Jio are unable to perforin duty' by
reason of illness or Avpulids received in
battle.      *       ' .'
Chpss Masters' Toiiriiaments
Lo'NpoJf, Juiie 27.—In tile tAveiity-first
round of the iiltornational chess master^*
tournament, when adjournment was
taken, JaiiOAVski had beaten Mai'oczy,
Sclilecli-tdr and Steiniti'. adjourned their
game much in favor of the former, Bird
had been defeated by Lasker, Tinsley
had defeated Blackburne, Tschij^brin and
Mason adjourned tlieir game in an even
position; and Lee had been beaten by
Pillsbury,      ______^	
Australians Lead Derbyshire.
L'ondoX, June 27.—In th *! cricket match
which was begun at Derby yesterday,
betAA'een the Derbyshire eleven and the
Australians, the latter were all out today
in their first innings for 533 runs. The
home team yesterday Avere all out in its
first innings for 123 runs. At tlie close
of play today the Derbyshire players in
their second innings had scored tAventy
runs for two Avickets down.
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£- (."Iu&tlie. i*)i'o£e§slbn\#".'sjtlc,ivibh; Mhi&iA&pt[e$
yctfliiingi hnifi^'iAxii^^^ix^h-..ijkaij ] khp^]
fo"& the/mpiil-aucS^
;"reaiizfeu/tlleff rili'Ta1u.ela^a .-l'iuabftfc-^iT^U':
.tiielattet;wa|5,io5ti   „ .
.   "|i-i  tlie"le^ii\a^ij.k speiipn  5IrS. JSpIfy
iMid.a^.apei': on the/Condibioi.iD of,,.i§pe-
Xn&it AapoM°":':i». ''^W """^'dvh™ "dhd Wf%- 0i,'
I'Tylef deserihec! "-tlie" p>"erll.:feidn^ of the
i:f{ipifcE.i*ies "dhd" shop "aeffa in ©lifai'ip and
Q^ifiebeC- ".Ml'^-s lltvtes.  de.pldi:ed
the feet that the profession Of barrister
A#is pot open -to"- Avohieu.     Iii  Aiiletfica
'metlicine titicl "tlie  chiircli  Avere  open1  tp
Avoihell, Jbiit public opiiiiou was liot Siiffir
eientiy advivnced tp favor women JaAVyers,
though tlie laAV cMlGges wev& open tp
Helen  Gould,  who desired   to    manage
tlieir ov\'ii; estates, were Qualified.
uoav existing, or future Canadian routes
in fiiA-or of the Grand Trunk and its
.United States allies. Practically for
ninety-nine years the Grand Trunk i.s to
haA'e the ad\*antages without the disadvantages of a lease of the Intercolonial.
Sucli stupendous concessions as this are
never granted by one raihvay company
to another without corresponding considerations. One company guaranteeing
the,interest upon the bonds of another
might enter into sucli an arrangement
and think itself fairly compensated by
■getting a monopoly of the other company's business for a century.
It is onlj' fair to tlie house of commons
to assume that this perfectly outrageous
part of the agreement escaped the attention of the members, as it seems to hiiA-'e
been done by CA'erybody. It i.s not easy
of detection, simply appearing as a clause
in an innocent looking traffic agreement,
Avliich howe\'er, is ratified by the bill and
made part of the ninety-nine years' contract. But the duty of the senate is
plain, and once more Canada lias reason
to be thankful that it has a second chamber to detect and correct the blunders of
the lower house.     °
Prospect of a Settlement Diminishing.
■■Washington, June 27.—The negotiations for a modus vivendi regulating the
Alaskan boundary has fallen into a state
that ; jeopardizes a successful outcome,
and causes apprehension among oflicials.
Nothing has been heard from ambassador
Choate as to the results of the conference
he had today with lord Salisbury.' The
latest phase ofthe case Avas that the
Canadians had come back Avith a.countoi'
proposal in place of accepting the American proposition which had been drawn
with tlie sole purpose of preventing any
further . controversy over the points
already agreed upon betAveen Mr. Choate
and lord Salisbury. Instead of following the lines'..'of. the American
proposal and confining the counter proposal to a plain statement of tlie points
already roughly indicated as -marking
tlie boundary, this last issue .proposed.'a
radical'.on  the PaltOn
On Yellowstone Bond.
Another big payment,  has   been   made
on  the   bond on  the   Yellowstone  mine
near Salmo.    This property was bonded
last fail   for  $50,000 by G. 11. Mickle, lecturer in mining at the  Toronto  University, Avho subsequently turned  his  bond
OA'er Lo a syndicate of eastern capitalists.
When  bonded  the  property   showed  a
ledge of free milling ore of from  ten to
fourteen   feet   wide  on   the surface, but
little  beyond  surface    Avork   had   been
done.      Since   then,   however,   a    large
.amount of development  Avork  has  been
done with gratifying results as this  last
payment sIioavs.    Besides shoAving up the
A'ein on tlie surface for nearly the  entire
length of the claim, tAvo long tunnels, recently connected by a winze, haA'e been
driA-en, proving the existence of a  large
body of ore of good grade.    Besides  this
Avork, the  claim has   been     thoroughly
prospected.    As large a force  of men  as
could be profitably employed  have  been
kept at Avork since the property Avas first
taken  hold   of, and  a  compressor plant
-'was recently installed.
The payment made yesterday Avas ono
of $10,000, the fourth that has been
-made, bringing the total amount paid to
date up to $27,500. It is noteworthy
that this- payment Avas not due until
July 6th. 11. li. T. Haul tain is tlie engineer in charge of tlie Avork, and has
iioav a force of some forty or fifty men at
tlie mine. Dams and flumes are now in
process of construction for tlie purpose
of utilizing the Avater poAver from Wolf
creek close by, Avhieh will be used for
operating the stamp mill, Avhicli -will
probably be erected in the ' near future.
The original owners Avere Billings and Bennet of Salmo. The former avjis in Nelson
yesterday and avjis somewhat surprised
jit the payment being made before it
fell due.
Philadelphia Places a Big Loan.
Philadelphia, June 27.—Thecity loan
of $5,000,000, for wliich bids Avere received yesterday, Avas aAvarded to the
syndicate composed of Drexel •& Co., and
and BroAvn Bros. <fc Go. of tin's city, and
Harvey, Fisk & Sons of New York. The
bonds are 3 per cent. Tlie total premiums amount to $32,984.
More Infbrniatipn AHout the ShanirOck.
London, June 27.—The -Shamrock's
mast was .stepped todjiy. ' The length of
hei" lowe'l" mast is gi\'en its 106 feet, her
topmast is said to measure seventy feet,
and it is rcpoi'ted tJiat her ibooju is HO
feet long. A iicav* platehas been inserted
in place of the due damaged at the
ltvuiiciiing. The ciip challenger will stiu't
for Southampton today. A number of
people visited the West India docks to-
djiy for the purpose of seeing the Shamrock, but only those in periiiissioii of
permits Avere alloAved.! a close inspection
of the yacht. AmorFg those who visiter!
the cup challenger today was lord Dun-
raven. Tlie officers iind crew of the
Shamrock, numbering in all about forty
men, now have complete charge- of the
vessel. .__	
Otis Checks Up Correspondents.
New York, June 27.—The press censorship at Manila is attracting a good
deal of attention, not less at Washington
than in other parts of the United Stiites.
General Otis is carrying things, in respect
to newspaper correspondence, with a
higher hand than any other officer has
ventured to in recent years. "He does
uot content himself with . forbidding
the transmission of certain news by cable
from Mauila, but goes to the extreme
leugth of saying Avhat sliall and shall not
be mailed under em*elope and seal. He
has informed the correspondents also
that any one of them who .tries to circumvent his A'igilanee by sending objoc-
tioual matter OA'er for transmission from
Hong Kong will be treated as if the
offence Avas committed in Manila, and
might as well pack liis trunk for home.
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fp%2!cp^.:2i&e&^Mlge^^h pet^ijd^Jik^y
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tdnfSn,fl*i.^iy:ork».Qii. tM" '$i'lv°tsi? ILialcb- "group
xipMiilhlehfl'creplk:    ■".
. %*i.«!l.J%ri_[ii)pp^ Thpiighi:, ■adj.oiniX'lg tile
Bj'g/lfprii «gi_o.iVp>. "deveJ-Opi-li'eYit 'is tp be
(IXh- ,*^e^m-i'WfeiJ°^;Hrfpfg'i;oai-),- fi^-Si^iroeil-
mile creek* jiiljbiniug tire Henij&ssey pMp-
ei'ty, there „i.s_»good: work being clone.
Oif 'tlie Gi'ested ^tttte gr'Oifp, which
consists of the Ci'eSted Butte, Birldie and
^Yankee Boy iiii*Q.gfal cJainis, sitimte Ou
the sOutlijjjoiJC of th&Pofolivine'Mi. Hltl^.
tlelOrlSkT^vM! on aTiclge of tlie Big Horn
mountain,   good   work    is  being, done.
There- is :ln open ent to a -depth of abput
fifteen feet ancl the ledge is exposed for
about, 100 feet. Thei*e are six. feet of di-e,
the characteristics of AVlu'ch. area peculiiir
kind of iron carrying tellul'ide of |yolit.
The property is .about ten miles from
Dr. lieller, Mrs. lieller and child left
for Nelson yestpt'day to stiiy about a
month, whilst the doctor goes to J oak up
mining interests at Rovo'i* creek silicl aha
to indulge in the piscatorial art.
C, Rollin recently shot a SOO'^poiind
cinnaniou-beaf near tjie Fern mine just
as it was going Into the meat house.
Grand Trunk Has the Cinch.
Montrkal, June ,2.7.—The Star in a
leading article tonight headed "A Monstrous Scheme," says : An enquiry of tlie
government, made by sir Mackenzie
Bowell in the senate, has caller! public
attention to one of the most astonishing
features of the Intercolonial extension
deal, and one which lias hitherto escaped
notice. This is nothing less than an
agreement by Avhieh the goA'ernment of
Cjinada, binds itself for ninety-nine years
to give all its westbound- unconsigned
traffic controlled by the Intercolonial or
its connections Avliich is destined for
points west thereof and reached by the
Grand Trunk ancl its connections to the
Grand Trunk Railway Company. Tliat
is to say, for ninety-nine 5'ears all controllable freight originating at any [joint
on the Intercolonial or its connections,
jind destined for the Canadian Northwest
or British Columbia, must go from the.
western terminus of the Intercolonial by.
the Grand.Trunk ant! its American connections.
For niuety-nine years the--government-
binds itself to discriminate against aiiy
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keiij th^'-c^ndilctoi:!''aud mot&tmkn bei-ng
' i.<epeate"d# g-fe^Tek:,;-.-. ^ivom .-av-ehn©,- a
mob, several Tin y-tlretl stf&ng, w.aaJYt'Okpn
' up by the" pblidp: The nPu-nuian cat
nien took* tp, .their, he&ls piji*.sii.ed- by tl'ie
u'nlon nieii/iiircl hnxdk their .r_^C'i^>e_ Tlie
fibandoiiecl ears AV-eite w-t*eekecT hy the
mob-    Siinilyr  scenes  were   enacted   at
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Bui'toii .and Cla,pk aA'eniieS.,   Tlie  o,xoflifS
of Jioii-uiiioij, ilieu froin the city Continues.
United States Proposals Go,
Lohoos, .June 27.—The corresjioiulenfc
of the .Sttiudard a!jTb,i_vlbign0sayH: "The
pi'Oposjils ofthe-American delegation for
the revision of the arbit!"itioli Lribiuml's
judgments has been postponed, for tlie
present, but there is no doubt it will
eventually be approA'ed.' In the whole
ai'lj-ifirati,on .niatter the United States fiii..s
■scored a signal success, most ni fclie idea?
of the American delegJites having been
a dop ted j while tlieir represeiitjitioiis in
Berlin secured German assent.
A Boy Established a Cricket Record.
London, June 27,—A. 14.3. Collins, the
fourteen-year-old Clifton College school
boy, whose remarkfible .batting lias excited, the interest of all cricket players,
CJi-rried his bjit .through the innings today for B28 runs. When Ills partner avjis
caught out Collins had been at tlie bjit
seven hours. The total score for his side
avjis 833 run*.. •
Ball Games Yesterday.
Buffalo 5, Columbus *i.
.Kansas City 7, Milwaukee 5.
Detroit 13, Indiaiuipolis ()..
Providence 5, Syracuse 0.
Hartford II, Montreal 1.
Worcester 9, Rochester (i.
Springfield 7, Toronto •(.
Springfield 12,. Toronto II.
The Paris Still  on the Eocks.
. '-London, .June 20_-rAttempts mnde fin
Saturday and Stunl.'iy to lloat the Anier-
icjin line steiimer Pjums were unsuccessful.-
Terms of the Chapleau Deal.
TJie deal on the Chjipleau grouj),  near
Slocan City,   wliich   avjis announced  in
Tuio TnnsuNio about a  Aveek  back,  has
uoav been fully arranged.     The property
has  been bonded  by J.  Mallinson Williams, an Austi'Jilian mining engineer, on
behalf of himself and friends.    Tlie consideration is $30,000, and  the  payments
extend over ten  months, the  purchasers
guaranteeing to do $1000 worth of Avork
right away.    The Chapleau is situated on
the norch fork of Lemon creek aud is a
dry ore  proposition.    The development
Ifonsists of 'lOOfeet of tunnelling besides
5j*|iirface AvPrk.,   FiVe shipments of
Ipdd apiece have been recently made from
."tlie mine;.-'the" average  of returns from
"""■"which Avorc-$ri0 in jill  values,  the  gold.
Values    running   21s   high   as.  two* and
3| half ounces per ton.    The  vendors are
jjBVank Dick. C. F. Guillim, Ben Robertson
■and  J. "Tatttersji!l.    Work'avi'11  start  jis
toon as the surface Avater drains  off, and
'films another .gold   property  passes  into
it-he hiinds of men in ;i position to properly develop it.,  Gold properties  seem still
tp be tlie fjiA'orites'of foreign capital, for
_t!ie same parties  avIio  are  handling the
,;s(!Ihiipleau'refused to Iiiia'c anytJiing'to do
„*\_.;ith meritorious silver propositions that
were submitted to them.     <    '    '   '    "
Atlin Delegation *Waits for, Hume,
V Special to Tire Tribune.   "   -
Victouia. .lime 27.—Atlin advices of
June J0th report tlio arrival'of judge
Irving to commence Avork as commissioner
to settle disputed claims. Tlie citizens -
Jfiiving heard that thelieuteiiant-governor
jind the minister of mines were on their
A«Jiy to visit Atlin decided to postpone
the dispatch of tin; delegation to Victoria
pending the result of an interview with
=McInucf—Jind—liunie:-Tho cojifplainl-is
now particularly made Jigjiinst withholding hydraulic leases, jis eA*ery day
tlie hydraulicing outlook improves.
Up tti June   I (il Ii   no   newspapers had
been  brought  In   the  mails   though the
. Gave   the Bill   its First Reading,
Mki.uouunk, Victoriji, June 27.—In the
legislative  assembly  today  the   federal
enabling act passed its first reading.
,'iunoiiiic('Uf"nt had been made sonic Aveeks
ago that (hi-* defect in the mail service
would be remedied.
The Victim idejitinea.;.. to title Tribune.
"YurmkiA, .hide 27.—WilliaiftRrOoks Of
this city wont to Seixttlo last niglit to
vriew tire reuniins of Fl:ora- Jones, A»-jetim'
of abortion, in dread that he sliould finrl
his daughter, Mrs. llagenbach. Mis fejtt'
pj'fjvet! well founded. The young Avoitiaii
deserted her husband and had been, living witha Greek 'named Sai'iintis; ji fruit
and fish'dealer, who accompanied her on
the fatal trip to Seattle. Sarautis a
couple of weeks .ago advertised his business for sale, avi.fch. " good rejisons for selling." The police \Vili exert Avlutt pressure they can to mjlke him state the mime
of the Seattle doctor avIio peifoi'med the
abortion. Brooks 1ms been ji resident of
'Victoria for a long . time, lie is a clerk
by occupation jmd comes from England,-
I'la-A'ing once been in navjil employ.        .
The Doherty Brothers on Top.
London, June 27.—Jn the championship
lawn tennis games jit Wimbledon todjiy,
the DoJterty brotliers, holders of the
championship, bcjtt Clarence Hobart and
iVesbet three to love. Mrs. Ifilliard beat
Miss Coojier, holder of the ladies championship.	
French Politicians to Fight. o *
Paris, June 27.—As a result of all afc
tercafciou in the chamber of .deputies today between M. Berteaux, socialist and
BI. Millevoy, republican nationalist, these
two deputies will liglit a duel tomorrow
Avith swords. 2  THE TRIBUTE:   KELSON, B.C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28,   1809.  lit*  f  m  .-tl:  w- yy  DPQn9,m  ^,D_��r  Red, wtyte aqd biue bunting, and flsgs for decoration purposes.  A large assortment of boy's linrn. ar.d duc\ suits.  Ladies' white an.d b!ac^ njuslin blouses.   Just the thing for hot weather.  A. FERLAND & CO.  hudson's b  company.  3.1 &  4*  Kliot  I'lock, linker Street, Nelson  INCORPORATED 1670.  YUM  YUM  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  Baker Street, Nelson.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS" Ol" 1'YTTUA*-*- Nolson l.nrljjc. No. i**,  Knights of I'ytliins. meets in 1. 0. 0. F. J. lull,corner  linker and Knotcriay streets, every Tuesday evening al  8 o'clock.  Knights cordially invited to all and.  C. KRKNCH.C. 0.  G. BUSS. K. of It. &���  N'KLSON l.OUOK, NO. 23. A. F. & A. _\1.  sneond Wedin.sdft> in finch mouth. Sojourning  brethren invited.  ~~ PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.  EWAHT & CAUl.IK���Arehilo.cls.   Booms 7 nnd S Aberdeen block, linker street, Nelsoii.  ~ r... MISCELLANEOUS.  W.-ANTK]')���To rent, a srtinll  fiunish'd house or cottage.   Apply to A. F., Tribune ollice.  LOST���A pair of gnld-riinmcd spectacles, in a lentlier  case.   Under will bo suitably rewarded on returning, same to The Tribune (Hice, A'ernon street, Nelson.  FOR   KENT��� Ono  cottage   on   Latimer   street,   half ( wcct of Stanley street:.   _t\ll conveniences. ��17.50  n month.   Apply at,Tribune! Dice. A'ernon strict. Nelson.  LOST���A black'silk holt, witli diamond paste buckle  . , set in silver. Finder will be suitably r< warded by  rcturning same to Tlie Tribune oflic. Vernon .street.  LOsT���A K. of P. ji vol.   $ii> will be paid for its ic-  lurn and no questions asked, lo The Tribune ollice,  Vernon street. Nelson.  WANTED���Two   waitresses  nt,  None hut wnilioses   need  Clarke.  the  Queen's Hotel,  apply.    JVlis.   Fi.  G.  "._5__H-^_ fl"_, -^.p,  I fSn..-���5i��-. * B       n  i-^'gis&jk  WANTED-To purchase, on three yenrs'linie nt, fair  interest, a plot, of land for building purposes, size  about 150x120 feel, distant within lifteen minutes walk  from postoflico.   Address Pi otto, Tribune olllce.  i^tTTANTED���A scrvai tgirl to -do general housework.  .yy>y    -Apply to 'Airs'. A\'...)..U"i)spr_-, A ernon street cast.  ANTKD -House to buy or rent now." Six rooms and  cjdnvcnienccs.   Apply; .1..!. Jf., Tribune.ollice,-  ���/pf O'sI'j���In Nelson on= Jiond.iy, .Mine Sfilli. n rliipliuntc  i*4r' delivery cheek book-wilh name of If. Burns & (Joni-  jpany at top of each page. ."Kinder will bu 'rewnrdi'd by  '���.returning-same to the oilieu of 'the company, linker  ��Kntleet,".Nclsori. -    .       ' , - -     ,.".'=-  sD'aily Edition'.,-....,,......���....'.." .KirstvYeab,-No  110,  ���jVKkekly Edition ". SkvhntiisYeak," Na 32  ,".>_% G. E. Tjsdai.l. nienibci' oi  the  logisla-  . "tpfe from Vancouver, Avas. m Aoisoii yes-,  '^tftklay. . Ho liadjbeen through the Siocaii  y:��;   ,     - \ ��� -    -  ^"dbqurilry,-   and' iuteude'd   making a trip  ���^Jbhi'oii'gh tho 'Boundary Greek country be-'  T-fpre returning, to Vancouver.  Mr. Tisda.ll  ;i*iSs"tt6t."a politician, but avJic.ii liegeLs back.  ypy] the Coast he Avill be in a -position to  ^iMake knoAvn the fact that the raining in-  "seUistry of British Cohinibia has not been  ".;knocked entirely oil" its feet through the  '���passage of the eight-hour hnv.  good  men   aAvay,  but  keep** other  good  men from coming here to Jill their places.  A Mine-Hoist Indicator.  llutte Mining World.  As a means of decreasing the the liability to accidents Avhile hoisting, the use of  an indicator  is .t  valuable, addition to a  mine  hoist.    The  general  practice is to  have such  auxilary  appliances attached  by gearing to the. drum of large hoisting  engines,  but their use  ought to be more  common  in the case  of small hoists.    In  all mines Avhere the employes or material  are   hoisted,  or  lowered   into the mine  shaft   by   cage,  skip'..or'  bucket,   there  should be a target  or indicator to mark  tlie exact location of such load.    The dial.'  or slide of such an indicator, when placed  in clear view and near to the engineer, is  tho best guide for him to go by, in regulating  speed  or stoppage.    Any   means  that correctly aids the driver of tho hoist  in   observing  the  position  of  the load  makes   his    duty   less    burdensome   or  fatiguing to the mental strain produced  by  attending  such Avork,  and decreases  the  chance of accidents.    The attention  of manufacturers of this class .of machinery is called to .this point, and mine"owners-; aud . superintendents  cannot;   err iii.  placing"such a preventive to accidents oii  the mine hoists, it' not"there"already.  FRESH  CANDY  JUST  IN  ..(ZUfZ-zZz'ZZ: r.*-^ ���<"���***. ������_���*���*������ .^���c*-'���..-**��� rs-ey  w  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl--  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ?. -S-^s-s? -S^fe? ^���aj'^ Sr^-g:����-^ ^���^^��^���^��!i?^!��:^^^!*^^^^fe^fe^&fe^>  B  SPECIAL SALE OF  Kill  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  A Special Line of  Cfoth Bound  IN ATTRACTIVE BINDINGS'  ALL POPULAR AUTHORS  OPFEEBD AT  * .This cessation of wovk  iu the. *Slecy,n  ji*ta"^he_l|^fc_o__MQ)3i_Ahe____shl^^^  oi'ss to the smelt&fs in the United "States".  If it lias that,'efr'eet. those that wrere iti-  ati'tlinental; in passing the eight-hour laAV  will be blesSed Within a. year by the men  thkt are now dariining them. The  SHieltliig of the lead Ores, mined in. this  connt.i.;y at tlie silielters in this eouijtl'y  AVill be Of more lusting' benefit to this  country thaii the floating of a hundred  -Jii-itisli Colnnibia mines inMngland.  EACH  Hudson's Bay Stores  AVest Baker Street.      Telephone 13.  BRICK!_LIME!  Our first, kiln of brick Avill he ready for delivery about  tho lsc of Juno.   Call at, our ellice for prices.  During the month of we will deliver lime in  quantities of twenty sacks and over at  60 Cents per 100 Lbs  The West f^ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker Street..       T. G-. PROCTOR, Manager  Gentlemen  If 3 orr want a natty, st ylish suit of clothes for  spring and  summer, 1  have over SOU diU'or-  - , crrt patterns of Scotch  and English, tweeds,  which 1 will make tQ 'your order at the low =   _  - .price of -_ - ;..' $23  Black Venetian-* make a nice suit for sum-  -  rncr Avear at :���'....-.,...  ,-. .-.,"...': S-21   ...  Black serge btrits in snek'ormorning coat ..S"21  T--    .A. heavy  Scotch "tweed,- nice-, patterns:; for  business suit". v.,"."..",." .-;,...'.,. SIS"  - '   Trousers al ecmally low prices. = Kit and finish  no better in (_'ar_a"(la.   Ladies'fine tailoring a  "- specialty.'- Clement block, Jinkcr street. -  Sfevet]s, T|je Tailor  Do You Want One?  '^Hose and Sunshades  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  A complete line of the above goods, which  which- we-.- are selling* at prices that willD make  it Worth your while to buy.  B  B  B  xx  We have a very,choice variety in all shades of colors  erfs tadies' aqd Children's Shoes  B  B  B  B  B  -B  B  B  B  ffl  ffl  V.ICTOEIA   BLOCK:,   ?B_A_._K:_E3_E?,   STBEET,   OSTEINSoisr,   B. c.  ��� c=?'[=>'.(='���  !?&'&>* ��=>���(=>��� t=?'<=>'_C=> ' t=3 ���<=*_��� <=> IC?'<=*���&���(=>���(=?;<=>���<=?�����=>���&-���  ���e3't=>^&2^'  tmmmmmm^mmmtmm  B  Jf yoir Avniit a stylish perfect titling-suit, made of the  best cloth eA'er imported 'to. Nelson, le.rvc your order  with me. . ;-  ' f-ix hundred dollars worth of neAV goods now wuit-  itrg.your inspection,   I guarantee RittisfactiOrr or no sale.  ,_EvT_ESI_.SO!3Sr,   B. G.  Co., m  Tfli'^lieA-i'siJUiiei' ineu of Mdnitoba and  tlie Nortlltvcst Tei'1'itories, who arc having up outing, spent but a short time in  Nelson. They, appeared to be inaking  the best of their opportunities. It is not  often that ixieii alid Avorncn aa'Iio make a  living \\rorJcirig iii printing offices liave a  chance to see more than the lettering on  the box ears of a freight train.  " If I had a mine  in   the Slocan,   I  " Avould pay $3.50 a day, and by doiug so  " 1 -vVoukl get the pick of the best minei's  " on. the Pacific slope," is the Avay a mining man of long and varied   experience,  uoav a resident of Nelsou, put it.    Ho had  recently beeu through tho Slocan country,  ancl   by  observation   aud  inquiries  found that the best miners had left the  " country_    He maintains that it is ahvays  economy to employ skilled   Avorkers  in a  mine, and that a skilled worker is cheaper  at $3.50 a day than  an  unskilled   one at  $3.    The payment af $3.50.for an   eight-  hour diiy would bring to. British   Columbia the  best  minors  in  America.'    The  payment of $3 will  not only drive the  Influenced  By price alone iii your drirp 'buying. Looking  well -tonuah.liy niean.f satisfactory resillW���means  secrjniiK the rcmjjdy that bust fullllls the purnosie  torwliicliyo'li Intcilded it. Purity, (|tra!ily, siitiS-  factiwn, ji'ro ,1-1 i��t eonsiderqd lievc, but always a  price tluit makes the iHirehaae tin econdniiciilorrc.  A price that, ilicans sonieUlinc; to you. Orrc pitek-  ngc of orrr  SUITS $25 J.  R. Wf^AY  Nelson's up-to-date Tailor, next'Kootenay G'oiS'ee Co.  Fine Ordered Clothing  Wi.e" hayc a flue assortment pf wobleiTs always  =on-hapd__=U66d3=madenip=atn!:he=!_hoi'te^pos-=|==  siblo ribtice.   ,As everything is. kept ft,rid niade  oh the premises,, isjitisfaccion is assrired.  Charles A. Waterraan & Co.  .  CUSTOMS BROKERS  AUCTIONEERS  BEAL ESTATE and GEMAL,  Baker Street, Nelson  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON  Charles  0.  J.  Christie  GENERAL  BROKER.  FIRST DOOR WKST HANK. Tt. C. DUILIMNG.  Lots for Sale  SnOO will purchase a'choieo residence corner, 100 by 120  feet  S2100 will prn-chMso a ccntnrl lot, and resilience.  SI00 will imi'oli.i'-e two nice lots and shanty.  SSKH) will purchase two nice lots nnd cottage.  S3000 will������purchasc four nic<i lots and residence.      n.  Uiiy I'-riii'inoiit slv res Wr a "rise                    ��  _.fiUW_'Ut.ica_at_i*__cent__.  . ._. .   , TELEPHOISrE  *35  During I lie, season we will do-  livcr ice^Rt private residences  and businchS houses daily in any  desired quantity at' easonrablc  prices.  DRAYING and  EXPRESS  ALEX STEWART  Turner & Boccklr lilpck, Nulspn. B. C. hauled to and from depot.1?, bus  meets all trains and boatii. Special attention  fe'iven t.i the trarjsfer of baggage. Olllce and-  slahlus on Vernon street, opposite The Tribune  iison & Harshaw  H. D. AsJieroft  BLAGKSMITHrNG  ANDEXRERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagoii repairing promptly attended to by a first-clans  wheel wi'ikIiU  Special attention (rivpn to all kinds of repairing rind'  custom work from outside points.  fm^ij^m^W^^  Tea  will make one quart of the best spring tonic on  the market, and is unequalled for all 1 lood, liver,  stomach and kidney troubles, and the price is  25 CENTS  Canada Drag and Book Co.,  Corner o-f Baker and Stanley Streets, Nolson  PIKE, IilFJB, AOGIDBJNST ANC SICKNESS  i_isrsx_r_Ei^.iisrcs  REAL ESTATE" AND LOANS.  TO WOT���Several houses, of diirorenl. sines.  FOR SALVi���Ileal estate iii all parts of tho city.  FOB S,ij2sTT  ROOMS AND OFFICES  Al'l-'LY  J. LAING STOCKS, Secretary  Afc ofllce of the Ijuucan Mines, Limited.  FOR SALE  BY   PRIVATE   BARGAIN  1 Q-Bgoib House, ceiitrally lowtted, $'%'<  6>:Ro0_n -Qotbiiga find 2 'Lots on Carbonate  slreclt,, t?l-!;00, easy (.gnu's.  5-I-tgom   Iioutfo on   SttuilOy street., ��5100.  BOATS! BOATS! BOATS!  FOlt SALE OK IIIRK  W. J. ASTLEY & CO.  Boats built to order. Repairing and fitting a specialty. Sails made and rigged. Fishing rods and tackle  mended.   At Government wharf. Nelson.  "tenders wanted"  2(1 Draught Horses,  12 fraught Mules.  It Pack Mules.  13 Pack Horses.  The above stock is in first-class condition and perfectly  broken. The vendor can furnish if desired complete rigging for pack animals, also harness and wagons for  balance ot stock. Apply to YVaverly mino. Albert Canyon, B. C.  J. L VAHSTONE,      R. H. WILLIAMS,  , Mines and Mining Stocks  ; Customs Broker  EEAL'KSTA-ra; AXI) O^KKRAI; AOENTS  'Two lots with two-Story house on Ijatrmer  street, near Josephine  ..��;S00  Terms:   $1200 cash, balance On rnof'fg.igc.  Sixty-acre ranch, nine miles from city on lake*  shore.. -. .:...-....~..,..���::  :.-��� ��1000  Onc-Jrtalf'cnslv, balanco on mortgage.  *      ' LOGIN'S  Ou loan conditions'arc lire cheapesl'and best  oll'cred. You tan repay at any time without  I onus.  AGENTS   SOE  British Columbia Pcimanciit Savings & Loan Company.  Globe Savings & Loon Co., Toronto.  XIsrSX_TIi_A_.I_TC!E!  Plre, Life, Accident, and Sickness.  rye-bsoiN, b. p.  Wc toe receiving dally dii*ocb ftoin  the growers eontiiiiiiiursnt? of Straw-  hervicsi Cherries, Jian^iwui, Qnuiges,  Eeitioiis, etc. Send u$ your  Htandijig Qi'dets.  Tlini Triiae Only Supplied  Sfjop:   fjall Street, between Baker and Vernon, Nolsor.  STRACHAN BROS.  PLUMBERS  Opfera House Block, NELSON  COLD StORtAGE WAREHOUSEMEN  AND JOBBERS OF GREEN FRUITS  Tenders will be received up till noon on Wednesday,  JunuUStl), 1899, for sinking a. ;*> by 7.foot shaft oil feet  more on the present shaft of Kiiirnioiit mine, now 100 feet  deep, at Ymir cainp. The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.   Ilids to be sent to  HKNUY C. CAKK, Consult ing Engineer.  June 21=1, ISIR). Box 6S0. Nelt-on, 11. C.  FOR SALE.  Vvcniic in the town of  sold cheap for  lohn. A. Kirk-  A building and lot. on  First  Yinir.    Rents for S20 por month..  Will be sold cheap for  cash.   For further particulars apply to  Patrick, Nolnon, li. C.  For Sale  NI OK KL-IN-TH K-S LOT  C'AKD MACHINB  PU'ICK $12  Apply to  II. 0. CUMMINS, Bodega Cigar Store.  GAMBLE dfc O'REiL, L��Y, A.gts  Baker Stroot West, Nelson, ,11. C.  "W. DP- ZROIBIILSrSOIEsr  (IOx-Sheriir of South Kootenay)  GENERAL AUCTIONEER  Cash advanced on consignments of merchandise.  Postoflico Hox 572 Nelson, B. C.  SQUIRE^   RANCH   FOR   SALE  ContalnlnB' 120 acres of land within one and a  quarter miles of NelsoD.   For further  particulars apply to  FRED   J.   SQUIRE,   Nelson,   B.   O.  Parsons Produce Go*  Nelson, 11. C- ���  City Scaveng'ep and  Chimney Sweep  Prompt, attention given to all orders left at 31. DesBrisay & Co's, Baker street, Nolson.  fil ton restabrant,  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  NelsdB Ifoh Wolte  MA.VUHUSJTUjtKllH (SF  ���ENOINBS, fiOILS-RlS,' SHAFTING, IRON ANit  BRASS CASjl'INeS OF EVfiiRy DESORIETldN  Bimltif's promptly iittcrnled ,lo.       P. o., Box 173.  GENERAL TEAMSTERS  AGKNTS FOR  The Imperial Oil Co.   Standard Oil Co.     .  Washington Brick ar-d Lime Go.  The H. W. IVjcNiell Co., Lid., Canadian Antlira-  cite Coal (Hard)  Dealers hi  The only restaurant in the city  employing* only white cooks.  Merchants'lunch from 1.2 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 and Carbonate streets, in roar of Knglish church.  Heated by steam.   Table board ��1, loom and board $5  md S5.S0.  A collection of lino Belgium Canaries for salo.  J. V. O'LAUGHLIN.  Crow's lest Pass Coal Co.  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles   St.   Barbe,   Agent.  R. REISTERER & CO.  I1UEWKRS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lager Beer,  Ale and Porter  Prompt and regular  delivery to the Tade.  Brewery at Nelson.  ���-U'E'rt- ��  -.-jy^Smsi^is&&^^  rt%n*iHUa<hfr*> ii  m THE  TRIBUNE.:  NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 28,  1899.  ANK OF IH IITBEAL  all paid  tip,  $12,000,000  6,000,000  Umil STItATIICONA AND  (Ion. GEO. A. DIIUMMONTD,  10   S. OliOIJSTON' ,  MT  BOYAL, President   Vicc-lVosident  ...General Managor  THE BANK OF  BRITISH GOLUIVBBEA  NELSON  N  JSTELSOOST   _SR_A._N"C_E3:  , W. Cor. Baiter and Stanley Streets.       I.KA.WllKM  IN        ,ONDON   <JBn*clan.'1..   NfllW  YORK,   CHJOA'fO  and in the priiiitipal cities iu Cuiti.l.i.  liny and  -ell Sterlini/  Kxcliangc  xnd Cable TranM'-iv  riltANT COM.IKKCMl. A.NI> TUVVI a.l.h'RS' OltKIIITS  available in any purl of the world,  PH-IPTS  ISHUKD    CO1.I.KCT10N8 M.ll.K: KTO.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT ItATK OF INTEREST PAID  IN   AN  ARAB   MUSIC   HALL.  The philosopher who observed thatthe  English take their pleasures sadly should  have paid a* visit to an Arab music hall.  lie might have proved equal to the occasion, and, again, lie niight not.  To the unapprcciative Briton the place  is a veritable place of torture. Weird instruments, driven to despair by the hands  or lungs of untiring performers, emit  wild and unearthly sounds, and to the accompaniment of these a band of singers  give vent to doleful sufferings. But we  shall have enough of this later.  There is a European cafe concert in  Cairo, conducted on the familiar lines,  anil here the gilded youth in tarboo.-h  and patent-leather boots-may hob-bob  between the "turns" with fair performers  from France or Italy, or flatter himself  with the conviction he is really seeing  life.  No element of European frivolity, however, clings to the cafe concert of the  East. Seated on divans on a stage at  the end of the room are the performers���  some ten in number���the orchestra and  male singers on the right, the female  singers in the centre and the exponents  of'.the'.eternal'and monotonous dance on  the left. The faces of the lady vocalists  are hidden by the yashmak, but it is apparent that the fair ones are endowed  witli an abundance of adipose tissue, for  in the East, as in the West, a .prima  donna is generally a person of weight.  No .veil, however, likjes tho,faces of the  dancers, who, wheu not actually engaged  in distorting their bodies, puff tiway witli-  enjoyment at tho ubiquitous" cigarette/  The* singing ladies-, wear robes of black,  while the exponents of the "ungraceful  danse du ventre are attired in loose drapery over a tight-fitting flesh-colored-jersey, the whole surmounted by innumerable necklaces of jingling coins.  A dancer with an  indescribable swagger leaves  the divan  and  commences to  posture on  the platform.    A-hum of approbation rises from many of her admir-  - ers, for she is a prime favorite with the  habitues of the hall.    For a solid quarter  of an hour does this brown-faced nympth  continue  her hideous  contortions���hideous  at all events  to persons  of civilized  tastes.     The dance over,  the   vocalists  have another turn, and to the accompaniment of the instruments of torture the  performers  raise  their voices in melancholy song, calculated rather to make the  most cheerful mortal think of his future  state  than  to  enjoy  tho present.    The  ittitle   fingers,  their   c&tfei'   iiioutlis  turned jowqi-d the roof, ligjXin give yeiit  "Wxlolordils cries/tilidntlieirrfaciol expres*  sibiiB betokesii aiiguishtoO deep for words,  Th0    song, .apparently,   is   imeucliu#;  Now a vocalist or7 musician drops out,  presently another follows suit, and by  and  by the" uninitiated begiiisto thiiik  the melody will gradually die away iilto  silence.   But he is b.idly mistaken; no  Hitch good fortune awaits.    Just as the  music seems to be in its last gasp, one of  the resting performers suddenly bursts  out afresh, with startling vigor the stentorian  diallenge is taken  up by his relentless confederates, Mid in the twinkling of an eye the din is louder thainever.  So i the entertainment goes oil, so it has  gone on for many thousands of nights,  and so it will go on until Western ideas  permeate the hind and Egypt turns to  Western amusements.  Throughout the song and throughout  the dance an Arab of piratical mien  walks to and fro among the audience  yelling at the top of his voice. No one  takes the slightest notice of his cries ; no  one asks that he may be ejected for disturbing the peace. This gentleman, indeed, is a part of the show; he fulfils the  important office of mutiab, the peripatetic claquer of the Arab "halls". That he  earns his pay there can be. no doubt.  With a devotion worthy of some great  and noble cause he calls on those there  assembled to bear witness to the magnificence of the entertainment they are enjoying, to the skill of the musicians, the  sweet voices of the singers and the proficiency of the beauteous maiden in the  dance..  The mutiab���the name comes from the  Arabic word of tiab, signifying good���is  an actor himself. At one stage he rolls  his eyes as if beholding some beatific vision ; at another his countenance betokens  dark despair. Then It -'will light again  and be wreathed with smiles, for it is a  Is now prepared io issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atliq, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yu^on, District.  living looking-glass, in which the emotions portrayed by the performers find  exaggerated reflection. The mutiab, arduous though his professional duties be,  has still a keen eye for any liquid refreshments that may come his way. He "may  be a Mohammedan but ho i.s no fanatic.  THE   LAW   OF   MONOPOLY   PRICE.  It is frequently said that the monopolist,  being free from   the compulsion of  competition,  charges whatever price he  pleases.      A  little   reflection,    however,  shows  that this is manifestly incorrect.  Tlie  intelligent  monopolist,   seeking his  own  interest, bears  two things in mind,  namely,  the profit on each  article sold  and the  number of sales, and  he strives  to combine the two in such manner as to  receive the highest total  net gains.   The  monopolist finds his  limit in  the prices  consumers are willing to pay and these  vary greatly.    Sometimes the consumers  are not willing to pay enough for a monopolized article to cover expenses of production.    Sometimes monopoly price, the  price which will yield the highest net return, barely yields normal return to capital.    Everything  depends  upon  the intensity of demand and purchasing power;  There have been those, who perceiving  the limits of the power of monopoly in  self-interest, haA'e drawn  the conclusion  that monopoly gains   tire  not of great  significance ..but this is as. extreme a position  as  those  take who  say  that the  monopolist may charge what he pleases.  The prices of numerous and most important  monopolized  articles,  and services  are far  above the  prices which yield ordinary returns to capital and enterprise ;  and these excessive  returns are precisely  the most  striking feature  in tne present  distribution of wealth.  The limit of monopoly price is due to  the falling off in demand wliich attends  rising price. ��� The monopolist experiments, raising aud lowing prices, until he  hits upon that price which yields highest  net returns. It i.s said that some years  ago the "express companies quite generally lowered prices, but they did not find  that the increased traffic was.sufficientto-  , cover the lower jji-pfit on each part of the  traffic. The managers said, "tlie lower  prices don't pay," but this phrase in the  mouth 'of the monopolist simply means  thatthe lower prices donotyield as large  net returns as the higher prices, lt is in  this sense that three-cent street-car fares  would not pay, although doubtless in our  large cities they would with the increased  traffic thereby occasioned, yield a good  return of capital actually invested.  But the falling off in demand with increase in prices will vary inversely as-the  wealth of a country, especially the general average of wealth in the ease'of widely  consumed commodities and likewise in-  A'ersoly with the readiness with which  wealth is expended. The higher the general average of economic well-being and  the more readily wealth is generally expended, the higher the monopoly charge  which will'yield largest not returns.  It  is thus   that monopoly  prices  are  higher aa a rule in, the United States and  -(_&nada=thau-elsewher^=^-e=ha?e-a=Iiig3i-=  er general average of economic. Well being  .an " " " "  Iu  of a Cent is the street-car fare which  .yields, the highest net returns Avhile in  'NeXs' Fork and Toronto it is five cents.  It is thus also that monopoly has led to  the accumulation of larger fortunes iii  America than elsewhere, for it is in this  country that we have the largest surplus  values....   . . .    '  A Second. Payment Made.  Afoyio Leader, 211.1.,  J. C. lOrewry, mauagiiig director of the  Canadian Gold Fields Syndicate, Limited,  .arrived' ill town on Monday 'morning, accompanied by 1)1'. li. 3. Wilson of Tbron*  to, president of the "company, and Alexander I-Mdhalii of Grenville, Quebec, the  vice-president. Oil Monday evening tlie  party was joined by E P. Heaton of  Montreal, the general manager of the  Guardian Assurance Company, and one  of the large stockholders in the Canadian  Gold Fields Syndicate. On Tuesday the  party made a thorough examination of  the Lake Shore mine and expressed themselves as more than pleased with the  magnificent showing. The payment due  on July 1st was made Tuesday evening  and on Wednesday Mr. Drewry took possession of the Lake Shore group. Martin  Foley has beeu appointed foreman and he  has been given instructions to push development work as rapidly as possible. Mr.  Drewry has placed a contract Avith tlie  James Cooper Company of Montreal foi'a  seA'en drill Ingersoll-Sergeant compressor  plant of the latest type, and the contract  calls for the plant to be in complete running order by August 1st. Grading for  the compressor building commenced last  .Thursday .morning. The plant is to be a  very complete one and Moyie Avill the  honor   of having   the first   power  drill  plant to be installed in East Kootenay.  A now funnel will be driven in below tlie  present tunnel; the old tunnel will be  equipped with track and ore cars ; a new  ore bin will he erected at the spur which  the Canadian Pacific have already arranged to put on Lake Shore ground and  everything put in shape for active mining by the 1st of August, Avhen at least  forty men will be employed.  Water a Luxury.  People of the Collar mining district,  Western Australia, are suffering great  distress through the failure of their  water holes and artesian avcII, several  having died of thirst. The mines are  closed down at Whightville, Gladstone,  Deptvillo and the Peak, and the hundreds  of men thus thrown out of employment  find themselves unable to pay the exorbitant prices demanded.for water for the  use of their families. The present charge  is one shilling per gallon for Avater at the  nearest reliable source of supply, and  from seven shillings six pence to nine  shillings six pence added for delivery,  making the actual cost from eight shillings six pence to ten shillings six pence a  gallon. Iu their distress the residents  have appealed to the government to undertake a free delivery of water from  Nyngan, Avhere the municipality of Cobar  FULL LINE OF  would gladly pay the price asked by the  sister    'municipality. Superintendent  Creer  of the colonial labor   bureau is to  report immediately upon the proposition.  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  HUiAlK.  W. H. Hallantyno, Umbels,  .lames Adair, Toronto  JVlis-; Ulioinu, Winnipeg  .1. 1j. Sl.tibbs, Kelowna  10. W., Ottawa  \V.  F.   Tliomiis,   Ni.rwicb,  Out.  C. .S Parker, Winnipeg  J. (J. Cranio, Winnipeg  V. J. Urown, Winnipeg  11. I'liillips, Winnipeg  1). I..  Mclntyro,  Winnipeg  John I.nthci'l'ord and wife,  Oarburry, Alan  Miss ClntrloKon,  Carberry,  -Alan.  Job n Slovcl and wife; Winnipeg  Miss Reekie, Winnipeg  PHAIR  Ont.  N. K. Illyth and wife, Xa-  pinka, Man.  TI. .1  Harper. Carman, Man  I). Cameron and wife, lliii-  nedosa. Man.  M. Trustvcll, Ainswortb  J.   11.   Spooner,   Medii.-ino  Hat  A. C.  GarUhoro and,  I 111 ill ill on c  W. 11. Tennant, Medi ino  Hat  .1.   W.    McAllister.   l.'<-vcl-  sloko  Robert Ronnie, Krio  ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmm^<  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local arrd coast*.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of 'ill kinds.  If wbat you want is not in stock wo will make it for you  ,      CALL AND GJ3T PRICES. ;  A. .'. Urown, AVinnipeg  Mrs. O. J. Andrew--, Winnipeg  Thomas Ililiiard,  Rnss'und  R. IT. Pope, Cookshire, Q.  ,f. I!. Allan, Ottawa  S. Kelly. Snokano  Thomas Miller and wife,  Moosejaw, N.W.T.  l'\ G. Foster and wife,  Medicine Hat, N.AV.T.  W. G. Graham and wife,  Melita, Man  G. Palmer, Deloraiuo, Man.  J. AV. Jainieson and daughter, Carman, Man.  Fred J. Bowman and wife,  Rat Portage, Out."'  Thomas Av. Taylor and  wife, Winnipeg  T>. L. Mclntyro, Winnipeg  I). Phillips, Winnipeg   ���  li. A. Chapman, Rat Por-  II  C. Clay and wife, R-ipii  City. Mnn.  Mrs. Thompson,  Ifamiota?  Man.    .  Mrs. C. F���  1). Wood.  McLeod, N.W.T.  Miss Ives, McLeod  Miss Smart, Winnipeg  J. 11. Mclntyro, Winnipeg  S. G. McG. Campbell, Sydney, Man.  John   Niclrolls   and   wife,  Gronfcll, Man. *  T. W. Hell and wife, AVinnipeg  W. 13. Roll. AVinnipeg   ,,  Andrew   Stewart,    Prince  Albort  J. K. Clark, Now Denver  O. C. Walker. Vaneorn or  R. Granger, Vancouver  John OT.onell, Montana  Charles Murray, Spokane   ���  B  B  B  B  B  B  As the next two months are the genuine "hot weather" times of  summer. We thought of cooling comforts some months ago  and placed our order for these wearables that have been coming  in for the last few .weeks. So if you have not already supplied  yourself with cool apparel this store stands ready to fill your  wants. That organ di muslin cannot be equalled for summer  wear is an acknowledged fact. We have the latest patterns and  the quality is unsurpassed. But it necessarily follow that in  addition to having a cool dress you must also have a parasol to  protect yourself from the glaring rays of the sun. We have good  parasols for 75 cents, and still better ones from $i up to $5. A  call will convince you.  ffl  ffl  tsgo  -. QUEEN'S.  D. Clark, Pilot Bay Laura Carmel, Winnipeg  J. J. Walker. Brandon Frank Low, Winnipeg  I). C. Traynor, Dolorairro       H.'Percy Dake, Robson  D. M. Uorne, Winnipeg Walter C. Adams; Sfandon  MADDEN.  J. R. Narrit, Rosebery  Josepli Sullivan, Sandon  Martin Knight, Sandon'  Henry H. Jenkin, Sandon  John White, Cranbrook  F. C. Gorman, AVinnipeg  li. Laiineau. Rossland  AV. Gill, Sandon  A. T. Rankin, Sandon  John R. Ba-rr, McGuigan  .; TREMONT.  A. McC'uaig, Poorman mine  J. Clubb, Robson  J. Marask, Robson  M, Mauri, Nakusp  D. Corelli, Nakusp  D. Thompson. Rossland  TI,eTremont Hotel  NIALOJIIE & TREGILLUS  PROPRIETORS  Headquarters fop liners and Prospectors  llr fta  HATBAND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  THE BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigars  ALWAYS ON HAND  CHARLES -HILLYER,  PRESIDENT  HARRY HOUSTON,  * RJOCIiU'J'ARY  NelsoirSaw-ft Planing Mills,  LIMITED.  MANUKACTURKKS OV  DISAL1_KS IN"  ' g@Ut_l'Ui llyGiiiij;��_; Ui. Riii/uyiiiu..  ivcri jjuiiij;  id"our jjeople sp&ud theh. nioney freelyi  1 Berliii  no douljiti two aud' fQTir-teu*bJts  Rough and Dressed Lumber  Mouldings  Doors and Sash  Fence Posts and Pickets  Office and'Store Fittings  FACTORY WOKK SO.VE TO ORDER,  SUCH AS  Scroll Sawing  Band5 Sawing'  Wardrobes and  General J6ihei>y Work:   [One of the best and most pop-  '���' ular hotels in Nelson.  QUEERS HOTEL  BAKER STREET, NELSON,  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Large  comfortable  bedrooms and   first-class  dining  room.   Sample rooms for commercial men,  :r_a.i*:es S2 :p:e:r _d_a.*x-  rs.  E.  C.   CLARKE,  Prop.  I.ato nf the Royal Hotel, Calgary,  IN STOCK  Glass of all Sizes and Kinds  Sawmill on Government wharf.  Factory and pfllcq. corner Hall street aiid C.P.R. track  AVILL DO WELL TO  BUY THEIR LUMBER  AT  G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  A largo stock of first-class idry material on hand, also  a full lino of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  .FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  Tho finest hotel in, the' interior,;  Lrti'ifp sample rooms;  Stcitnl liea!. rind eloctric light.  CORNER OV WART) AND VKRNON STS., NJ��LS0N  BAJfcK'ft AND WARD STRNKTS, NKLSON  Yard:   Foot of Heridryx street, Nelson  Telephone, 91        Jphil"    1^.6,   Ag^Ht  PETEfr GMEIM & CO.  Headqtrartors for  FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL  AVe mako a specialty of  Siijpfap at|d Double Dressed Material  Good Dry Rustic and Flooring  Oflleo arrd yard near C.P.R. depot   K.-G. BKER, Agent.  GOAT RIVER LUMBER  CRESTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA. .  .-' All sizes of dimension timber arrd nil kinds, of lumber-  but to order, and shipped' to Nolson in carload lots  Write for pneos. -   ���  The only hotel irr Nolson that hai? remained under One  mltnftgcmo lit sine6.l890.  The bed-rooms aro woll furnished nnd lighted by  electricity.  Tho dirririg-room is not second to any in Kootonaj'.  Tho bar is always stocked by the best domestic and  Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDK.W Proprietor.  Large and well lighted Healed by hot, ai  Reasonable rates Sample rooms  Klcctric bolls and light In every room  Renovated and refurnished throughout  HOTEL,   VICTORIA  J. V. PKRKS, Proprietor  Revelstoke, B. G,  Kroe bus niects all trains  Flourly street car to station  Night Grill Room in connection, for tho convcnicnci. of  guests arriving and doparting by night trains,  KOOTENAY  COFFEE GO.  COFFEE    ROASTERS   AND    DKALKRS  AND   COKREB.  IN   TKA  Offer fresh roasted codec of best quality as follows:  .lava and Arabian Madia, per pound ..��   10  Java and Mocha Ulend, ,') pounds ;   1 (K)  Kino Santos, 1 pounds   1 <K>  Santos Blond. 5 pounds    1 W.  Our Special Ulend. (5.pounds    I W  Our Rio Roast, 0 poiinds... ������ ��� ���    I ��>  A trial order solicited. "        '   ',  Salesrooms 2 Doors  East   of   Oddfellows   Blocl-.,-* West  ���'".'���-"������Baker Stsaet -        "-'-���-*"��� ������..  NELSON, B;C,  MARTIN  O'REILLY & CO.  BANK  OP  B. C.  BUILDING,  NELSON.  TBBMS . C-A.S_E3:  .g3.<3'C=>.e=>.<3'C=>.&.<S'  ffl  ffl  ffl  e  P. Burns & Co.  "WIIOIiESA bK   ANR   UKTAIL  Meat Merchants  Wholesale Markets at fielson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  - RETAIL  STORES AT  Nelson,   Trail,  Ymir, Kaslo, New Denver,  Sandon, Silverton, Cascade  City,  Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.  ?gLrfa..E. Head Office, Nelson, B.C.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker street, jjeison E. C. TRAVES. Manager  ORDKRS RY MA1I_ RKCKrYJ<. OARKrUT, AND PROMPT a'-TKNTIQN.        - _  LONDON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS, Ltd.  HEAD  OFFICE,   LONDON,  ENGLAND. 0     '.  All communications relating to British  Columbia business lo be addressed to P.O. Drawer'  505, Nelson, British Columbia  J. RODERICK ROBERTSON, General Manager)   ..p.,   rt^ni     r->   ^  S. S FOWLER, E.M., Mining Engineer f   IN LLbU FV ��. U.  The Slocan Ore Purchasing Company  OOEP   _E*T ESSOIN-,   B. C  Is   now prepared   to  buy all   classes of silver, gold, silver-lead, lead and  copper ores.   The careful attention given to large contracts will be extended  40=the=srnalle&t=shipperr=Prompt-settlements_arrd���choice"-of mode"of~sampl^  ing guaranteed.  Address all 'communications, to drawer S, Nelson, (3. G.  GEORGE M. McDOWELL, Managed  O. M. ROSENDALE, Purchasing ^Agdhi.  ci  A. THURMAN  SMOKERS'HEADQUARTERS  Kepps a fiill line of  E0YAL SEAL AND K'Q'OTjBNAY BELLE CIGARS  And all other brands of the  Kootenay Cigar lanufecturing Corapany  AT FACTORY PRICKS  02P jfcsrs_DS_oiir, s_.c.  Nelson Tent and Awning Maniaetofy  -&-:ct_, js:xjstids o_fi  CANVAS GOODS,  TENTS,  AWNINGS AND  FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS FOR  VERANDAHS AND WINDOWS  ALIi .ST55KS OK TKNTS IN STOCK  llakist street, opposite postolltco, NTelson  TttMlO-  2s^I^_X)SOI>r  W. JP. DICKSON  B. H. H. APPLBWHAITB  J. McPHBB  Kootenay Eleetrie Supply and Constpuetion Go.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Eleetrie Equipments for Electric Power Transmission and Lighting for Mines, Towns  B1����ctric Fixtures, Lamps, Bella, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc,  P. O. Box 606. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O. THE TEIT>L)jSiE:   NELSON, B.C., WEND.ESDAY. JUNE 28,   189!)  ii  l;V  li''-  31  yd.  i .11  Cool  efreshing  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.  TZEL&  CORNKK HAKI-'R AMI JOSKPHINfi STRKKTS. NKLSON  July ist is nearly here  How can you celebrate unless properly dressed?  See *|ow Cilher call fix you up for a few dollars.  P. 0. Store  J. A. GILKER  Remember the Name  NEELANDS'  SHOE  EMPORIUM  Neelands' Shoe Emporium  It will be to -your advantage to see our large  and''complete stock of Boots and Shoes. "VVe  carry the following lines: 3. ��fe. T. Bell, 3.  D. King & Co., North Star Shoe Co., Foots,  Schultz <fc Co., Stratford Shoe Co., Ames, Holden it; Co., and other leading makers.  26 ANT) 28-WKST BAKKR STREET, NELSON  &<_  DINING   ROOM  -A_.*X  Corner IJfikcr ana Ward Sire*. Is  NELSON,   B.C.  DRAWING  ROOM  _MZJk.TTI^ra-  THE LOCAL NEWSOF THE TOWN  Granby Smelter Cominenced.  Rufus Pope, M. P., came into town yesterday from the Boundary country. Mr.  Pope is interested in the Knob Hiil and  Ironsides niines near Greenwood and also  in the Molly Gibson near this eity. lie  stated that the Knob Hill and Ironsides  were all that had been said of them, and  that in the former an immense amount  of ore has been blocked out which averages $17 a ton. The C. P. 11. are building  a spur from the main line to the mine,  which is already graded, and the ore will  be taken thence by rail via Eholt to  Grand Forks, a distance of about twenty  miles, where the company is erecting a  smelter, to be called the Granby smelter.  Work on the construction of this smelter  has bctfun, the first sod being turned  yesterday. The plant will probably be-  in operation by the first of next year.  Mr. Pope intends A*isiting the Molly Gibson before he goes if the snow permits..  NELSON. <  Surface work on the Duluth claim ou  Hall creek, adjoining the Canadian Belle,  has been attended with most favorable  results. An open cut shows up an oi'c  body eight feet wide, a 'sample assay  from which gave returns of $93.40.  P. Genelle & Co. are opening a lumber  yard at Kossland.  It has been decided to have the excavation for the entire block about to be  erected on Baker street by P. Burns &  Co. done at once, instead of half at a  time, as originally intended. This has  necessitated the calling for fresh tenders.  David G. Browne, collector of customs  at Great Kails, and Charles S. Grain, special of the customs at St. Paul,  were in Nelson yesterday. They pronounce the local customs officials the  hardest worked men they have ever encountered.  John Cunningham, who was arrested  on a bench warrant for con tern jot of  court, was allowed his liberty yesterday  upon his own recognizance of $500 and  one surety for $500 to appear at tlie next  assize foi1 trial.  The management of the Nelson-Poorman company yesterday engaged scve.ial  additional miners for the Poorinan. The  company i.s paying the union rate of  $3.50 per day.  The members of the Western Press  Association's excursion party wore received at the mountain station last evening by mayor Neelands and about a score  of citizens and given the glad hand.  Cari'iagcs were in Avaiting i'or tlie ladies  in the party, andduring their brief stop  all wore treated as the city's guests..  Dinner was served at the ������ Phair and lfo-._  'tel Hume, and, after a stroll -around the  business portionn of the eity, .the party,  left for Kaslo.-   On the  way . down from.  FOR SALE  BUSINKSS'ANU RESIDENTIAL  PROPERTY  -30 by  120, Baker street, between  Josephine  and  '  Wanl.-trecis SS0O0  50 by 120, Baker street, between Josephine and Hall  street's.   1500  50 by 120, Baker slreet, bi (.ivcen Josephine ai d Hall  streets, corner   30 by 12Q, Ka-'t Baker street     SOO.  25 by 120 wilh iniproVenionts, south side of Vernon  street   5000  50 by 120 with improvements, south sido of Vernon  street,  flnoo  2 lots and large1 house beautifully furnished {sitaH-. 4U00  21 lots with cottage rented at $15 per month, Victoria  street  Ji'iOO  1 lot with collage rented at ��15 per month, Victoria  street  2500  2 lots with cottage rented at ��20 per month, F lanley  street-. '.  3000  G lots in block 11D, all cleared and fenced in,   2500  9-rooro house and 10 lots set, out in orchard   liOO  2 lots and improvements, 52 head of cows, 2 horses,  ���wagons, sleighs, harness, and everything in connection with Hurry's milk ranch r     Si'iUO  For general information on real estate and for further  particulars on above property apply to  W^-A-JRJD BROS.  ���Rcal-Kntate-and-Goilcrul-AgentsrBaker St.. Nelson  Thorpe's  Kept by all grocers nnd fruit store dealer^  I/imc Ji.ieo yordia.l, liasipberry, Strawberry.  Pineijilplc, Lesion, Vanillin, jSui'iiiunrilli*., C/hoe.  blato, C'dllce, Orange, QrnhgoPh'osplliiiQ,  VICTORIA.  VANCOUVER  N MLSON  0  ijsirW-i).  TROPICAL MMT DEPOT  FOB STYLISH IILLIMY  and Fancy Dress Goods  Blouses and Dress Skirts  CALL ON  rs.   E:   Mcl-��  JOSEPHINE STREKT, NELSON  gnim  AND  Ice Gream  (HAZLKWOOD)  Ice Cream Soda  ^T CENTRAL FRUIT STOf-jE  'Kresh Fruit received daily  Next door lo Xulnon Winu Co. -  Telephono 33. HUMPHREYS & PITTOCK  Corner Baker and Ward Streets.  Kor Strawberries aiid  other fruits in season.  yoiir order.   Prompt delivery.  Hazlewood lee Cream  ice Cream Soda and  All Kinds of Soft Drinks  Leave  MILLS &LOTT  Agents for Ilassl'cwood lee Cream.  Mr. G. Ellis of P. W. Ellis &  Co., Toronto, will be here and will  display his stock of diamonds and  all kinds of precious stones in rings,  brooches, necklaces, etc., etc.  You will have the advantage to  examine these goods.  JACOB DOVER.  the Nel.eon & Fort Slienpunl all tho mourn tin; party paid a trip of inspection to  the Roisterer brewery, whore thoy wore  welcomed by J. It. Rowley ami furnished  with samples'of Kootenay's best  brews.  A. J* McGinn, editor of tlio Winnipeg;  Free Press, is the only ono of tho press,  excursion who knows a good thing when  he inns up againsc it. He remained over  in Nelson for a day.  Wilson brothers have let a contract for  driving a tunnel on tho Birdsoye claim,  adjoining tho Athabasca aud .Juno groups.  Four men started work on Monday, and  another man is being employed doing  surface work.  Besides the Force regularly employed,  at the I'kvchequo:', men a* e at work .sacking Use oro the dump, ami a shipment  will be made shortly.  W. C. Noble returned ycsteiday from a.  visit lo tlio Boundary country, and intends to resign his position as timekeeper  at (he Hall Mines smelter to accept that  of business manager of the Buckhorn and  War Kagle Mining Company. The liuck-  hovu is situated in Dead wood camp near  the well known Mother Lode, and the  War Kaglc in Greenwood camp adjacent  to tho Knob Hill aud Ironsides mines.  Both properties arc near Greenwood City.  Curious Regarding Dreyfus.  Bhkst, Juno 27.���The delay in the arrival hero of the French cruifOi' Sfax,  whieh left the waters of ''"Y'jiicli Guiana  on Juno 10th, with captain Alfred Dreyfus on board, increases tho interest in tho  landing of tho famous prisoner. All sorts  of rumors and suppositions aro current.  For tin* moment attention is concentrated  on the [Hitting to sea this afternoon of a  lighthouse relief steamer. Such vessels  usually start in the morning and return  in the evening, consequently the departure of the steamer this afternoon lias  given rise to the conjecture that she has  gone to meet the Sfax, and that Dreyfus  will be transferred on board of her. 'The  authorities continue refusing to furnish  tho slightest information regarding Dreyfus to the army of newspaper men now  gathered here.  Germans Accept Arbitration Proposals.  This Hague, June 27. ��� For the next  few days tho members of the special  drafting committee, who are preparing a  record of the work already aeconiplislied.  will be the only pence conference delegates occupied". .The question of a permanent arbitration board, and Germany's  relation thereto, will bo discussed on  Monday, the German delegates, it is said,  having resolved to accept the principal of  a permanent tribunal of arbitration, as  outlined in the Anglo-American-plans.   *  oo  CO  a  co  co  pn  ICO  [_________  CO  ���TS  m  as  i-n  r���  CO  co  C3  A Ring of Beauty  is a Joy to Both  Giver and Receiver  STANDARD QUALITY  NEWEST STYLES    BEST FINISH  They always sell where anything wi!1, and cost no  more than I hose of doubtful repiitalio".  \yhpii you want iliaiiioud,s \ to Jacob Dover.  When you want watohw.. �� end to Jacob lio Ver*  When .you want gold and silver .lorgnette, tilm In-, ask  for Jacob Dover;  When you want .steHiilg silver mSvellies; send to Jacob  D&vCr.  WJion you want llo'rtgcr Bro*!. 18(7 knives and forks,  send to Jacob 0&v. i:  When yon tyiMjt a. iiieu lump, ui-Icfor,Jacob Dover.  When y6u want tho Kara piano, boikI tor eaUiloKiio lo  Jacob Dover.  When yon tvunt fli'st-Olatss feoojls. Buy from Jacob  Dover. '"__,'  "When you wanj. watches repaired, solid (iliem to Jacob  Dover.  When, you ,waili .Jewelry i'Wiittfac||ih*d or ropnircil,  send it to Jacob flavor; ...*/lH,. '..."....  Whcn'j'Oif want td siic a cdmplelo iiiio of iftods as above  mentioned,.call at-  JEWELRY STORE, NELSON  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  Sealed whole tenders will be received until 12 o'clock  upon Thursday, June filth next, by the undersigned for  the en ction of a stone and brick Land'ltegistry ollice for  the covenimcnt of British Columbia, lo be buile at Nelson, B. C.  A deposit, in the form of a marked checque mndo payable to the CoinmisKioimr of Lands and Works for tlio  sum of ton per <ent of the amount of tender, must accompany each tender.  Drawings, specifications and conditions of te> dor may  bo seen at the olllce of Kwavfc & Currie, architects, r- oms  7 and 8, Aberdeen block, Baker street. .Velson, IJ-. C.  The lowest or any tender not neressiirily accepted.  JNO. A. TURN KB,  Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works.  Vienna Restaurant  Bakor street, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Xcl^ou.  MEALS AT ALL;HOURS, DAY. OR NIGTIT  BAKTCUY IN CONNKGT10N  FAMILY AND'PASTRY-'COOKING .A..SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP -EMPLOYKD  _��t-     BT'CrrRR'S'",     FROFKIETOU  NELSON, B.C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C,  DEALERS IN  and Heavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORIS  CARS  Canton Drill Steel  CARRY IN STOCK  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  Giant, Caps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  and Woodenware  Stoves, Ranges,  Iron, Steel,  Sheet  Iron, T-Rails  Paints, Oils, Grlass  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Kail Street and City Wharf.  rators  PRICES.RANGING FROM $9.50 TO $30  Lawrenee Hardware Co.  jCSTELSOOSr,   _B. O-  A Volley oi Economy that Carries Conviction into Every Home In Nelson  5n spite  of tlie liovling riuccfss of last weeks big slock rccliicliou palo, soiho  Lines scattered through the crockery clcpartinent escaped the nian-  ngor's in-uning knife, or ihe eustuner's attention. TheSc, with" a scoie of lucky purchases in. other lines, are your fi nit for this week. This .sale would not be. necessary  hod the win in weather conic V\\o or thiee weeks gat-lier, but it is our rule in business to lower tlio _-tock befoio our inventory, We take our medicine  philosophical])* and will greet you pleas.-ntly when j ou conic to help us empty our  shelves to the cjuick-step time of stock-taking prices.  WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS  for  many of tho best lines of  groceries, and always liave a freeli. ���wlu.lesorue stock on -band.  RKPATRICK & WILSON  Telephone 10.  P, O. Box K & W.  Baker street "West, Nelson  MONEY SATED BY BUYING TOtM  etc, E-Uoivi -fcriS  Wc ciuxy the largest slock'  Can fill your oiilcrK for iliij* qunntjity  M. DesBrisay & Co.  FRUIT JARS I    FRUIT JARS!  Direct  from the manufacturer in pints, quarts, and  half gallons.  Lake of the Woods Flour in stock.  JOHN'A.- IRVING & COMPANY  Baker Strcot West, Nelson, II. C,  FECIAL ATTMTM  Hav<: just received a canhigiiiuunt, of Harris homo  wade Lwccds .from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FEED I iSQUJBE, Mer St lelson  Tho supply is limited, bo call oarly f*-"d oxaniine Ihin stof.k.  f.jV*;*#^v.  r.f..  .���'jAvai IJ^. - *?y  l .leeoimt  j^jc^^gtiSi^imitStM^


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