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 m  lei  Mineral Production of British Columbia in .1900  $16,407,645  Wr.2. ���   *  -??>��?  *--%/  -- '".frl  ���.'^--.���fl  iM*  Mineral Produotion of Kootenay lq 1900  $10,562,032  - NINTH YEAR.  NELSON, R.O., EEID AY MORNING, MAY 31,  1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  THE SITUATION IS ACUTE  CHRIS  FOLEY'S VIEWS   ON ROSSLAND TROUBLE.  Union Miners Are Anxious to Avoid  Difficulties, but Are Having Them  Forced Upon Them.  Chris Foley, the labor leader, does  . not take a very cheerful viow of  the present labor problem which is  presenting- itself in the Rossland  camp at this time. Owing to his absence on the coast in connection  with tlie sittings of the royal commission, Mr. Foley said he was not  as well informed upon the situation  at Itossland as ho otherwise would  be. In Itossland, however, there  . were three or four causes assigned  for tho present trouble; but concerning some of them he did not  desire to speak for publication.  They were rumors, and while past  experience hud shown that seemingly improbable rumors were well  founded, he did not feel justified in  treating any of them as otherwise  until they had been proven so.  Another reason for this was that,  notwithstanding any other influences, in his own mind he considered the chief cause of trouble was  the unwillingness of some ef the  mine malingers to recognize the  union and the systematic efforts  which had been made .and are still  being made to undermine it.  lie was nob prepared to say that  some blame did not attach to tho  miners' union, but people who were  inclined to blame the officers and  members of the union knew nothing of the provocation and indignity which the members of the  ^Winers' organization had to contend  with. In the first place the companies, who, -through their repre-.  sen'tatives,'were parties "to the "recent settlement, had  broken  f.iith  . witli the union as completely as  fait.li could bo.broken. One oL" the  principal conditions of this settlement was that tho companies  should nob discriminate against  members of the union, but this condition has been openly violated by  the companies for months. For a  time it was true the discriminations  against members of the union  ceased, but when they were again  resorted to they were more manifest than before.  Tliis was the condition which  confronted the members when the  recent ballot" was taken to indorse  the order for a strike, and the matter was very much embittered by  the actions of the mine managers  in engaging private detectives, who,  upon   becoming   members   of   the  ���������unionv-were-enabled-to^oarry^back"  to the mine managers the proceedings of the union meetings. That  men who would engage in such  work would not be above exaggerating'what they really did hear in  the union meetings is not difficult  to conceive, and from such sources  the mine managers doubtless received a view of the situation much  more, alarming than the circumstances justified.  An attempt had been made to  show that the vote upon this occasion, while ib did not indorse the  strike, was an evidence of the im-  unreasonableness of the miners, but  in reality it was an evidence of  ,their moderation. Since the vote,  however, the process of weeding  out union  miners had  been  going  , on, and the only deduction which  ���could be made from such proceedings was that no form of recognition.could be expected, and that  membership in the union constituted a barrier to employment. Ib  was this aspect of the question  which was the more forbidding,  since from the miners' point of view  ib appeared to resolve itself into a  matter of striking or of being systematically displaced. Conciliation, in facti appeared to form no  part iu the companies' program, and  the utter disregard shown for previous agreements made it very difficult to secure due consideration for  future'proposals.  Unpromising, however, as the  outlook is, Mr. Foley said he was  convinced that trouble could be  averted if the mine managers  would evince a disposition to be  reasonable, and that it was not even  yet too late to fix up an agreement  for a couple of years if desired upon  terms   advantageous   to the com- I  panies. Tlie miners of Rossland  did not want trouble; they were  anxious to avoid it; but they were  having trouble crowded upou them.  Will Manage the Payne.  Rossland, May 30.���Alfred C.  Garde, chief engineer of the War  Eagle and Center Star mines, has  been appointed manager of the  Payne mino at Sandon. He will assume the duties of his new office  next week. The Payne company  will build a concentrator and install a compressor plant, thus doing  away with the hand labor that has  been the rule heretofore. Mr.  Garde was popular in Rossland,  particularly among the baseball  enthusiasts', because of his efforts  to promote the diamond game.  Diamond Drill on the Ground,  - James Sword and C. P. Hill have  interested Montreal men in claims  that are situate seven or eight  miles northwest of Kitchener, in  Goat River district. A diamond  drill is now on the ground, and operations will be commenced at once.  The parties interested believe they  have a big thing.  COMMITTEE FIXES' PRIZES  For-the Trades Procession.  A meeting of the trades procession committee of the Dominion  Day celebration was held last night  at the office of P. Burns & Co. for  the purpose of dealing with the  question of prizes. Ib was arranged that Dr. LaBau should have  charge of the children's float, which  will be one of the principal attractions iu the processiou. The doctor  will also attend to the children's  after enjoyment. Prizes for manufactures aud trades floats in the  procession will* be given in the  shape of a diploma to the best float  representing each particular line of  business, and a cup valued at $150  will be awarded to the best float in  the procession, point of merit, tp.be  the best representation ofTany trade  or manufacture. There will be  three cash prizes for the comic section and two cash prizes for the  best groomed and decorated team  of horses. There will be three cash  prizes for decorated bicycles. A  diplomawill.be awarded to the  labor unions, point of merit, in ,the  case to be the best representation  of the labor they follow.  A gold medal will be awarded to  the best decorated baby carriage  with occupant*, that lines up in the  piocession. As the meeting was  kept up to a late hour Dr. LaBau  left before adjournment, otherwise  he would have found himself with  these infants' floats to look after.  Several other members of the committee were nominated to take this  matter in hand, bnt among those  present no one got a seconder but  ^BlakF^Vilsmi^^^HeTproTnilMztiriielp"  the attraction out so far as he  could providing Dr. LaBau undertook to contribute towards the  success of this infantile exhibition  the energy he has always displayed  toward the success of the children's  float.  A question was then brought up  respecting a prize for the best  decorated building, but owing to  the lateness of the hour was laid  over for consideration at a subsequent meeting.  WILL SHUT OUT SPOKANE  NELSON    MEN'S   BIG    DAIRYING  PROJECT.  Will Retain in the Province the La^ge  Sums Sent Out for Milk and  Dairy Products.  Taffy for Frenchmen.  Berlin,- May 30.���The correspondent of the Associated Press  has interviewed general Bene],  ���director of the French war school,  who is delighted at the splendid reception accorded the French officers  by emperor William aud his army  and at the interesting military  sights witnessed. He said: "I have  been astonished ab the perfectly  frank and soldierly manner and  speech of the emperor. Repeatedly  the emperor emphasized his gladness because the Germans and  French fought shoulder to shoulder  recently, not" only in China,  but in West Africa, thus learning  to mutually esteem each other."  The emperor also said to general  Benel yesterday: "When you return to France tell your countrymen that here nothing is felt bub  sympathy and respect for France."  General Benel repeatedly said to  his majesty: "I am not a diplomat  or political. general." Regarding  the German army, geneml Benel  said: "Neither the German nor  the French army is the same as in  1S70. There have been great improvements iu both. Yet both  might learn much from the other."  R. R. Lowe, who has charge of  the Edgewood dairy, which' a local  syndicate is establishing in Fire  valley, has, been in Nelson for the  past two days on business connected with the enterprise. During the  past two years many thousands of  dollars have gone out of Kootenay  to Spokane, and it is largely'to stop  this drain that the Edgewood dairy  was started. The dimensions-of  this trade which Americans have  worked up in the cities of Nelson  and Rossland is surprising, and  $50,000 will understate the amount  which is now being drained out of  the two cities annually. The annual milk bill which the two cities  pay to one American company is  stated at $18,000, while for butter  an equal amount is paid. In ice  cream alone the Nelsou agency of  oue American firm handled $1000  worth of cream upon wholesale invoice value.  The Nelson company which hopes  to control the whole of this trade  has secured 010 acres of very desirable dairying land in Fire valley,  three miles back from the landing.  This tract is,the oldest pre-emption  in the valley, beiug taken up by R.  It. Lowe in 1891 while upon government survey work. It is comparatively level, with a rich clay-loam  soil and is covered with clover from  one end to the other, the alsike  seemingly being the native grass of  the valley. Seventy acres of the  land have been put down in oats  and another six sown with clover,  whilo clearing is proceeding upon  the rest of it.vMr. Lovve.expectsjx)  "have 80 acres cleared this season*-  and of the entire pre-emption fully  000 acres cau be brought under cultivation. The place, however, will  be ready for stock in August, when  50 head :>f high-grade milkers will  be put upou it. -  *,Not only will "the ranch make an  ideal place for the dairy, but it has  several other advantages over all  American", dairies catering for the  trade of Nelson and Rossland  which cannot fail in the work  of crowding out the American  milk, cream and butter. In the  first place the milk from Edgewood  dairy can be laid down in Nelson  or Rossland in four or five hours, as  against the 48 hours whicli milk is  often on the road from points along  ��� the Spokane Falls & Northern railway. Another advantage is that  tjie^carriage^byi^steamer-on^th.e,  river will not injure the milk so  much as carriage by train, and the  local company also has an express  rate of three cents from Edgewood  to Nelson'and Rossland, as against  five cents from Spokane and other  American points, as well as the ad-'  vantage of the 20 per cent customs'  duty, which. American milk is subject to. The only essential to secure the trade is the maintenance  oi the grade of milk, and with the  stock which the Edgewood dairy  will have Mr. Lowe says there will,  be no difficulty upon this score.  Mr. Lowe says the government is  completing the Fire valley wagon  read to McCardell's lauding, and the  trail is being built through by the  government to Scaias' camp, thus  enabling prospectors to. get to the  north fork of the .Kettle river  without difficulty.  Quoit Club Meetiifg.  The Nelson quoiting club had an  enjoyable time yesterday afternoon,  about twenty players being on the  ground. In the button series C. E.  Miller beat R. Weir in the first  round, while in the contest for  second round chief Lillie defeated  C. E. Miller. In the general competition the following scores were  mado during the afternoon: J. H.  Wallace won 5, lost 0; Purdy won  3, losb 0; John A. Turner won 3,  losb 1; W. G. Lillie won 1, losf3; G.  Watchorn won 3, lost 2; F, L.  Irwin won 3, lost 2; John Watson  won 1, lost 2; W. Irving won 0, lost  3; R. Weir won 0, lost 3; D Hardie  Avon 0, lost 1; Brown won 0, lost 2.  All quoiters are requested to attend  the meeting tonight in room 1, over  the Wallace-Miller Company store,  when teams will be chosen for  Dominion Day tournaments.  MINISTER   WU'S TRIBUTE  TO   OENERAL   GRANT   AT    NEW  YORK YESTERDAY.  Li Hung Chang Has the Tomb Strewn  With Flowers on Eich Memorial Day.  New YorKj May 30.���Although  there were threatening signs of rain  throughout the early part of today,  memorial day exercises in this city  were carried out' with more than  the usual interest. The parade included the 'old guard acting as an  escort to governor Odell, several detachments of United States regulars, a number of military organizations, ,a battalion of United  States marines and all of the local  posts_of the Grand Army of the Republic. In all.ithere were about  15,000 men in line. A feature of  the parade was the firing of a salute by the naval post, opposite the  statue of Farragut in Madison  square. At Grant's tomb Wu Ting  Fang, the Chinese minister, iii accordance with instructions - given  by Li Hung Chang; some years ago,  placed an offering,of flowers on the  stone coffin containing the general's  remains. Mr. Wl} also delivered an  address. '''"'!  Minister Wu "graphically described the.career of general Grant  as citizen, soldier and statesman,  his remarks showing a close study  of his subject. ���?"Nothing shows  more clearly," lie said, "the high  estimation in which Grant was held  by the world at large than the  spontaneous outburst of enthusiasm with which he was every-'  where greeted wlien he .made his  famous tour round the world.  Princes, potentates and common  people alike vied with one another  . inpayiug him the homage due to  great rulers. Cities opened their  'gates --to'- welebme--bini ��� at .his approach. His progress from country  to country was like a triumphal  procession. All this was a significant tribute to his character and  his fame. It must be remembered  that he was at this time only a private citizen. -. But everybody recognized the greatness inherent in the  man. In no country, 1 dare say,  did he receive a warmer welcome  than in the old empire of China.  "The career of Grant is just such  as is calculated to fire the imagination of the Chinese. Statesmen  and generals do not'come from an  exclusive stock is one of our favorite sayings. We Chinese have  great admiration for men who have  risen by their talents from humble  beginnings to be' acknowledged  leaders of the people. Such was  Grant.V ,   GIBSON   MADE  PRESIDENT  THE LIBERALS OF NESON ELECT  THEIR OFFICERS.  John Ayton Makes the Speech of the  Night in Accepting the Association's Presidency.  ~TVIinisber" Wu then alluded to the  friendship betvveen general Grant  and Li Hung Chang, and said:  "After Grant's death earl Li gave  instructions to the Chinese legation  at Washington to bring every year,  as is done this day, an offering of  flowers to the general's tomb on  Memorial day as a token of his enduring friendship."  DID BUSINESS ON THE CURB  Contractor .Carlson Buying Supplies;  Mayor Carlson of Kaslo, who has  the grading contract on the Canadian Pacific's Lardeau branch, was  in Nelson yesterday for the purpose of securing ��� supplies for the  worl>. He had been in correspondence-with one of Nelson's leading  business firms for certain supplies,  and was dumfounded when he  learned that the firm only did business during five and. a half^days  in. the week, and that Thursday  afternoon was one of their off periods. However, with the assistance  of a Trihune reporter, he located  one member of the firm in the rear  of his store and induced him to  come out on the sidewalk and do  business. Concerning the railway  work, Mr Carlson says that it is not  yet opened out sufficiently for the  employment of a large number of  men, but he has 125 on the pay-roll,  and inside of the week will have at  least as many more. When the  work is opened out there will be  employment for something like 700  men.   QUEBEC, 30. ���Linieret Tacher-  eau, K.C., ex-M.P. for Beauce, died  this morning of apolexy.  The meeting of the Nelson Liberal Association, which was held  in the board of trade room last  evening, was a very enthusiastic  affair, the attendance taxing the  seating capacity of thei room. Dr.  Arthur occupied the chair and  opened the proceedings. The most  important business of the meeting  was the election of. officers for the  ensuing year and although there  were no contests considerable interest was manifested.   The officers  elected were:  W. A. Galliher, M. P., honorary  president.  John Ayton Gibson, president.  E. C. Arthur, -vice-president.  George C. Tunstall, secretary.  John Hamilton, treasurer.  Executive���John A.   Turner,  R  C.     Campbell-Johnston,     Thomas  Madden, J. MeLeod, alderman Gillett, W.' A. McLean, James McPhee,  J. H. Matheson, Stuart G. Campbell,  Dr. G. A. B. Hall, S. O. Taylor and  W. Rutherford.       i  The nomination of'John Ayton  Gibson, as president of the association, was made by John A. Turner,  who paid a very high compliment  to the energy and abiliby displayed  by Mr. Gibson in the past in the interest of the party. He stated that  the flourishing condition of the association in Nelson today, as well  as the success of. the party iu ��� the  recent Dominion elections in  Yale-Cariboo, was in,-'a very  great measure due to Mr.  Gibson, and he said, it was only.be-  fitting that the association, should  show-'.its-.appreciation; ."of "Mr.-Gib-  sbn's efforts by honoring him with  the office of president and at the  same time do honor tb itself in securing so worthy a head.   '  The   nomination of- Mi-. Gibson  was   received with   loud   and unstinted applause, and there being  no other nominations the chairman  1 declared him president of the association by acclamation.  . In a neat speech  the presidentelect thanked the members of the  association   for   the   honor  which  they had conferred upon him.   He  realized   that   it   was   a   position  which   carried    responsibilities   as  well   as  honors, and   he accepted  the   trust reposed in  him  in the  hope that the members of the association would be indulgent towards  him in his efforts to discharge  the  ^same^to^the=best-of=]iis=ability^=It  had   been  remarked  that  he  had  done   much   to  keep   the   Liberal  Association in Nelson together, but  ���his own recollection of tlie  matter  was that in the early days in  Nelson  the  difficulty   was  iu   finding  Liberals  to be kept together.    It  was a party like the  United States  army   appeared   to  chiefly of   colonels,  party in  Nelson  a  was made up of the  tary,  Mr. Tunstall;  be���made   up  The  Liberal  few  years ago  present secre-  the  vice-presi  dent, Dr. Arthur; the treasurer,  John Hamilton; the orator, W.  A. McLean, and himself. If,  however, with tho growth of  Liberal sentiment he had done anything: to keep the association together he was more than repaid in  view of the very healthy organization which existed in Nelson today,  and he could only assure his hearers  that, he would continue to the best  of his ability to advance those  great principles of Liberalism as  enunciated by Alexander Mackenzie,  Edward Blake and J. Israel Tarte,  and with respect to the recognized  leader of the party���sir Wilfrid  Laurier���he would accord him his  loyal support, even though he  differed with him upon the hidden  beauties of the music'of the pipes.  The by-laws of the association  were adopted as read, and the  thanks of the association were tendered to the committee in charge of  the same for the prompt and eflicient manner in whicli its members  had discharged their duties, it be  ing voted that it was the only committee ever appointed by the association which had attended to  business.  A vote of thanks was tendered  to Dc. Alexander Forin, the retiring president, for the valued ser  vices  rendered to the association  during his term of office.  The Tribune's report of the  meeting was furnished by George  C. Tunstall, aetretary.  Chinese Commission Moves On.  The Chinese and Japanese commission completed its work of taking  evidence in Nelson yesterday morning and sailed on the afternoon boat  for Kaslo. The commissioners will  go through to Sandon and, returning, take evidence in Kaslo, from  which point it will move to the  Sound cities. John Houston, M.P.P.,  was tlie chief witness before the  commission yesterday, his evidence  dealing largely with the causes  whieh discouraged the employment  of Chinese in Nelson in the early  days of the town's' history. A. J.  Curie, secretary of the Trades and  Labor Council, submitted a statement from that body beariug ou  the Chinese question. J. K. Strachan,  city clerk, was sworn aud will put  in some statistical .information  bearing upon the subject. The evidence of two representative Chinamen was also taken touching the  condition of the Chinese in Nelson.  OVER A DAM TO THEIR DEATH  THE   SAD SEQUEL OF A MERRY  PICNIC   PARTY.  Seven Young People of Philadelphia  Meet a Terrible Fate on the  Schuylkill. ,   .  EASTERN CANADIAN NEWS  Wired in Brief.  MONTREAL, 30.���A big thread  company, with a capital of $200,000,  is applying for incorporation at  Quebec. The mill is to be located  in Montreal.  CHARLOTTETOWN, P. E. I, 30.  ���Mrs. Mary Shepperd, an elderly  woman, was drowned in Grand  river \ yesterday .while getting a  pail of water.  OTTAWA, 30.���Staff sergeant  Hofferman of Regina and Charles  Wickham, formerly of -Kincardine,  Ontario, have been appointed inspectors of: mounted police. -:  OTTAWA, 30. ��� Napoleon Ma-  thieu, notary, was this morning  sent to jail for one year. He collected sums of money from poor  people who believed, they were paying dues to a burial society.  [ MONCTON, New Brunswick, 80*.  '-r-Fidele"Dupoiit, _. aged~56 /-years,���a,  peddler' belonging "to Fralnce, .was  struck and instantly" killed by a  train while walking up the Intercolonial railway track near here  yesterday.  TORONTO, 30.���President O'Connell of ,the International Association of-Machinists said this morning that 50,000 out of 75,000 machinists who went out on strike in  the United States on May 20th have  been granted their demands.  QUEBEC, 30.���Some 307 horses  owned in this city and district  selected for British army purposes  in South Africa were refused by  colonel Dent and Dr. Fraser, representing British authorities, yesterday. Their action has caused a  howl from the owners of the  horses.  ^SEVEN^ISirA^DSrQTTer^O^ThF  body of one of the victims of the  steamer St. Olaf, wrecked on Boule  island last Oetober, was found  yesterday morning near the place  where the disaster occurred. The  body is supposed to be that of  Caron, the mate of the ill-fated  steamer.  STRATFORD, Ont., 30.���Edward  Daly, an employee of tho Pan  American circus which was at Seaforth yesterday, is in the hospital  here in a dying condition. Ho was  shot yesterday morning by a half-  breed named Howard AValker, alias  Cookem. Walker jumped from tho  train and escaped.  OTTAWA, 30.���Ib is practically  settled that premier Laurier and a  number of his colleagues will leave  here in July for the Pacific coast.  Sir Wilfred probably will- be accompanied by Sifton, Paterson and  Tarte. The party will go as far as  Dawson City and return to the capital about September 1st.  Ocean Mail Service.  Montreal, May 30.���The Star's  London cable says: Fast mail service negotiations are in a more elementary stage than statements  made in  the Canadian  parliament  suggest. We have authority to  state that the government has no  thought of Peterson, or the Elder-  Dempster Company in connection  with the service. So far as known  here the government, in view of a  return of the shipbuilding trade to  moro normal conditions, is making  it known that it is willing to receive suggestions from trading  houses, offering a special bonus iu  addition to a subsidy to secure  the building of   ships in Canada.  :fiM  "m  Sir  Philadelphia, Pa., May 30.���Ar  row boat containing a merry party-  of eight young people was swept'  over Flat-Rock dam in the Schuyl- -  kill river this afternoon, and seven'  of them, six girls and .one boy, were.'  drowned.   The victims, all of whom' 1&,  were Philadelphians, are:   ' Mamie ;-.f^-  Connors, aged 17;   Sallie Cantrell^V^  17; Massie Kennedy, 18; Maud Rut-'^^1^  ter, 19;   Mamie Sullivan, 21;  Flor-        "  ence Bond, 21;   Bertram  Osmond;  19.   The young man saved is John. 'y'&  Moore, aged 21 years. -  The partyy^S  was composed of members of: t\x&7 $j8|  Elm Social Club, one of the nnrnev}t'-yyMm  ous associations in this city' organ-^^^fl  ized for the promotion of. picnics ?4iS||[  aiid other, social functions. ��� *Tti��$$^p$|  above-named persons, with a l��rge'??5^?!&J  number of others, most'of whbm'rV-;r'��f@|  sided in.the southern section of the4&S|j|[l  city, orgauized a picnic for today^>g|f  They embarked in a gaily decorated'/^^  wagon   early   this   morning-   and\^||  pitched their camp at Rose  glen;' %?"pl  along  the Schuylkill river on the j5,|'i$���  northern outskirts of this eity. "*. ,��� yp'M_^,\  Following their usual custom.the ',t��1p  party split up after dinnerfor' a P��'|��  row on the  river and the,, above--^' "  mentioned decided  to   go   in ' one'  boat:     This was shortly   after-. 2" .>^i  o'clock.     Boats   were, accp'rdin'gly,-"H"f^l  hired' and the two parties set forth      """'  for an hoar's fun on theriver. -All  the girls were huddled in the'stern,  whicli one of the boys was rowing  'and the othe/ was sitting ' on the  bow of the boat.   After, getting in  the middle of- the river and finding  the current too swift for comfort,  ��� the-boat   was-rowed- in , toward,  shore.    During this  time the boat  was   being   carried   slowly, down  stream.   The boy doing the rowing  decided to go through the locks. As  lie   approached" the  dam   he  was  hailed by the local keeper not to  approach any closer.  The warning was not heeded and  the young oarsman kept'on rowing  until he found that the lock was  closed. He attempted to turn tbe  boat, whicli was then about fifty  feet from the dam and twentyrfive  feet from the shore, bub he turned"  the wrong Avay. A moment later  and the boat was in the swiftly-  moving current. Realizing their  danger for the first time, the girls  began screaming and the oarsman  losb control of the boat. Swiftly ifc  was carried toward the brink of  =the=fal 1 iiTg-witters, aiui^just-as it-  reached the breast of the dam, over  whicli thirty inches of water was  passing, the entire party stood up  and the boat went over stern first.  The drop to the rocks below is  approximately, twelve feet. The  boat struck the water bottom up,  and when it disappeared the whole  party was under it.  Nothing more was seen, by the  few persons who saw tho accident  for almost a minute, when the boat  reappeared with one boy clinging  to its keel. Then tho second man  was seen to come to the surface and  make a frantic effort to reach the  shore by swimming. Tho six girls  never rose to the surface. The boy  who was swimming and who proved  to be Osmond became exhausted  and sank before he could be rescued. Moore, the boy who was  clinging to the boat, floated fully a  half mile down the river aud his  rescuers had an exciting time before they lauded him in another  boat. He was greatly exhausted  aud was slightly injured by the  falling of tlie boat. Up to a late  hour tonight none of the bodies of  the victims had been recovered.  ,**s|  Water Stages,  Quesnelle, May 30.-  last  The  night.  river  The  rose  six  inches  weather is cooler  Sooa Creek, May 30.���The river  has risen six inches since last evening.    Weather cooler.  Lillooet, May 30.���The water is  rising aud is about at ordinary high  water mark.   Weather warm.  Yale, May 30.���The river is 37  feet 8 inches above low water mark  at 10 o'clock this morning, being 8  inches higher than last night. It  is now 3 feet 3 inches from hat  year's mark. THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1901  .���-a���^���-&-.S','-_ _���-$�����-_���-_<'���<-*' vv. >���>���*>'___'�����:���'�����'��"�����<''����� fw.-n-T'-  ^iCf-^9^9-^"0'7^'0'9'm)'0^-^^ w ?*.0^.*^.*z.^.^.zr.^.^'9:^&;  -i'l  11  . ?'  !j  I  1  1  i-i  i  'fa  S3  if:.1  Il  Ito  I  hi  m;  I'll .  1  lit  r  h' ���* '  >t>  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Cur fl;;al yea-- on  the 31st of this month and in ord<r to re  duce our stoc'x es much as possible before ttjen we offer Vrfi fcllo*ln,g :  SPECIAL.    BARGAINS  .Vfl j-iinls Isinoy I'riiu.-, flint colore, regular prico 12}c, now 10c.  H'H )n,rri�� I'riniccl Cambric, regular price 10o., now "ic.  H��) yurds Kar.cy Silks, at-i-orteu, in stripes and checks, regular price from 50c. to  ��1, now jour clioifi) for 50c.  A small |.<i, uf lil.c-k Silk and Satin Blou=es, neatly tucked and lined, regular  I.i-;co ��li', now ?."); regular price 81-. now SU.  EXTRAORDINARY   OFFER  Wo have about. twenty pieces of new and choice Costume Cloth on hand, in  fn-lilonulil.) Miiulrs and colors The regular price for a costutno made up from  -. hi*-e would l>o from S?5 toS30. Wo now offer to let you -make your own seled'  t ion from thi>*e and wo will make you up a costume to .order, silk.linod, for ��20.  Wo havo a few of those nice Parisian Hats loft and will sell them at largely  reduced prices.   "    ���  THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  Baker Street, Nelson.  to  (ti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  '9^g'-r''<s"ff-'_T-c:-'S-'��"S.-'_t'<''^i^ ikt ��a^-js^'-^-^'-a^^��'4&'-a-^/t  ��he ��rttm*te  It is strange that there is only-  one place in Kootenay where there  is apparent friction between  mine-  owner and miner, and  that is  the  place that gets more free  advertising than all the other mining camps  in the  province  put  together.    Ts  the friction at that one place because the miners are of a  different  class from' the miners employed at  the other places? or is it  because  the mine managers are of a different stamp from those in charge of  mines in the Boundary, in the Slocan, in East Kootenay, or in Nelson  district?     Judging- from    reports,  the miners  employed  at  Rossland  are among the best at work in  the  province. They are expert with machine drills and the accidents that  have occurred cannot well be laid  at their doors.    No doubt, among  those  employed are men who are  "agitators,"   but   "agitating"  is  a  good deal-like "jawing," and the  workman who is continually " jaw-  " ing!,' lias little heed paid him. . On  the  other hand, some of the mine  managers at Rossland are known to  bo-first-class   men;'others,  again,  have ��� reputations  that would  not  stand an investigation by a royal  commission   made  up  of   experts.  Are the bad   mine   managers the  " wicked partners" who are causing  all the friction?   If they are, the  soonerit is brought home to them  the" better it will be for the peace  and good name of the province.  CZAR NICHOLAS FOR PEACE  MAPS OF NELSON...  .oOo  MEMO. BOOKS in many sizes, Leather, Cloth  or Paper Binding, from oc to 50c.  VALISES at all prices, from the cheapest imitation leather to -tho heavy -leather,  loither lined, and at prices to correspond  with quality, all boing good values."  otter  exceptionally  It is said that some of the saloon  keepers are averse to subscribing to  the Dominion Day celebration fund  unless they are assured that they  will be permitted to run "skin"  gambling games in their houses dur-  iug thadays ofTthe celebration. Tt  is to be hoped that no such conces-  wions will be made. Saloons and  hotels are the only business houses  that profit to any extent by celebrations, and they should, at least,  be as public spirited as other people  Avithouf being accorded auy special  privileges.  The,cards displayed in some of  the Baker street stores are a trifle  misleading. They announoe that  " this store will be closed on Thurs-  " day afternoon," yet the doors of  the store are wide open and customers are being waited on. Other  stores display no signs, yet their  doors are closed, aud expectant customers turn away in disgust when  they try the doors and find them  locked. Never was there a more  silly movement started in Nelson.  Nelson is to have clean outdoor  sports thi9 year. A base ball club  lias been organized with the mayor  and an M. P. as honorary presidents,-the resident physician of a  general hospital as president, and  an ex-alderman as manager. If  these worthy gentlemen fail in their  duty to the people, then this great  and influential family journal will  become an advocate of Sunday Observance. '   The wholesale merchants of Nelson' report business improving  throughout the country. In -several localities the volume of trade I  TSUNKS-We think we  good values.   ;   ���  VIOLINS, Banjos'," Guitars, Mandolins, Accordions. We are certainly.headquarters  for these.  TOYS, yes Toys galore..  FEATHER DUSTERS.   ���;'������  BOOKS���Always the first, to hive the newest,  Investigatoour Lending -Library system.  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. Ltd  BAKER. STREET. ��� NELSON, B. C.  PIANOS TO   RENT.   .    .  is larger than at this time last year,  and in others there.is every-evidence that the causes for depression aro being removed.'  The Old Bald-Headed Josher."  In a recent interview ' James K.  Keene, the Wall' street autocrat,  who, when he lived' in San l^ranr  cisco years ago, was one of the  boldest speculators, in Comstock  shares, is said to have, remarked:  "Men are bad. They're all bad.  There isn't'such a thing as a good  man. There isn't a man in all the  world I would trust were I. a  woman. There are so many really  good women in the world that' were  it not for .them I fear we would all  be savages." 'But ho'was speaking  to a woman reporter.  Predicted His Own Death.  Lexington, Kentucky, May 30'.���  Lincoln J. McCardi, aged OS, died at  a hospital here' last'night.    Physicians say he died-of hydrophobia,  but .because of remarkable ��� circumstances   attached ' to ��� the case an  autopsy   will be   held:     Tuesday  morning   McCardi's ' wife   left for  Cincinnati, lie bidding her g6od-by, ,  apparently well.   IMcCardi told her'  ^that^sheJtvould^ne-V.eikseeJiim^alive^  again, as he felt sure  he  would die  last night.    Later he visited his sou  and. invited him to be present^at  his   death,   which   he < again   said;  would   occur   last   night. v' Going'  home he  quickly developed symptoms  attending  hydrophobia..   He  was removed to the hospital, where  death ensued after great suffering.  Physicians  attribute his  apparent  premonition of death-to  disorders  following the use of stimulants.  Beach Washington Safely.  Washington, D. C, May 30.���  The train bearing the president and  Mrs. McKinley and the party accompanying them on the trip  through the West ended its journey here at 7:30 this morning, exactly on schedule time. Mrs. McKinley was immediately removed  to the carriage in waiting, and  driven slowly to the White House.  She looked pale and worn, the natural result of the grave ordeal  through which she recently had  passed. Secretary Cortelyou stated  that she was bearing up splendidly.  "She passed a comfortable night,"  he said, "and is feeling better today. She shows a gradual improvement."  Change of Presidents.  Nkw York, May 30.���At a meeting of the board of directors of the  Baltimore & Ohio Railway Company today Hon. John K, Cowan  tendered his resignation as president of the company, to take effect  June 1st, and L. F. Loree, now  fourth vice-president of the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg,  was elected as Mr. Co wen's successor. Mr. Loree will enter upon  his duties on June 1st.  Arbitration His Policy.  St. Petersburg, May 30.���Frederick W. Hollis of the International  Court of Arbitration left for Warsaw last night; alter  having  been  received   in   special   audience   by  emperor    Nicholas    at    Perterhof  Palace at   noon.      The  conference  was extended aud most cordial.    It  is  understood   that   the    emperor  thanked Mr. Hollis for his  history  of the peace conference  dedicated  to his  majesty.    It is  also understood   that    the    emperor    spoke  warmly of the excellent  relations,  historic, traditional and actual, between the United States and Russia,  and   expressed  a  hope  that both  powers, with their great resource?,  would continue to stand  for peace  and    the    strengthening    of   Tlie  Hague tribunal and  the bloodless  adjustment of international difi'erence?.     His majesty   expressed a  conviction  , that,   the    conference  marked an  important  step  in  advance, but that the 'tribunal must  seek support, first and foremost, in  the intelligent opinion of the world.  His    majesty   charged  Mr.- Hollis  with  a personal  message  of  good  will  to . president   McKinley   and  with   congratulations   on   the   recovery  of   Mrs.    McKinley.      Mr.  Hollis is said to have  been  greatly  impressed by the  emperor's  grasp  of the subject and  by his  reserve  mental force.    During his ten days'  stay he  was warmly  received  by  count Lamsdorff, M. De  Witt,  and  M. Pobiedonotzef, procurator of the  Hoi y  Synod, find by other eniinen t  men.    One of tlie  most influential  men he met  while  here told  him  Russia '-would.-' not only  not wage  aggressive war, but would  do  all  that was possible to prevent  war  between other powers.  Disgruntled Austrians.  ��� 'Vienna',   May 30.���The   government's canal bill has aroused bitter  opposition, and the  debate  in the  reichsrath,   continuing   until   this  morning, was marked by stormy  scenes. The Pan-Germans so fiercely  abnsed Dr. Lueger, who- supported  the bill, that the sitting had to be  suspended, the president being unable to quell the-tumult. Prince  Von Schwar/.enburg, in opposing  the bill, declared that the construction of canals -provided--an-open  door for foreign invasionaud would  seriously prejudice ' agriculture  Finally' the Pan-Germans walked  out of' the house, Dr.' Lueger denouncing them- as "contemptible  traitors to the country."  fZ0- 00 ��� 010- 00  '7Z?__'______'7S__  ��� -**��>  ��0) .  _*. "��a^ ���_% 00 * 0* .00 * 0" .00 ��� 0* .00 - 0*' .00 . 00 .00 . 0S* .00 . 00 .00 . 00 .00  ���"- -"^ -*���*��� <S��'<jR*��-������' _b"��^- <RB��-*sfe��- 4S��i*Q&tr ��ft''��av <*a��^-<!'toy <^B��'��aB<r-4Bt��'SB*>>'-ak.  >*k ���_�����_.��� ���_.-<*_ ��� >_.���_. ���>*&.���>_ ���_*���%���* ->��=v. _vVto.'_. ���N**.'^,j5^  iimuiiiriiirzixzuxzijiixizziixiiKir  BUTTERICK  PATTERNS  Itxxxxxiii:  Tiiiiixxiiirtixixixrxxxxxxxrcixxit  TV  36 Bakep Street, Nelson.  xxxxxxxxrxz^xrxxxxxxxzxzxixxxxixxxxxx^xxx:;]  . M  ]      JUNE DELINEATOR      jj  NOW READY jj  tixzz:x:iixizi:zx;x::xxiz:zzzHizixxxxsxxzxfi  ew Goods Jus  Women's Summer  Underwear  Summer Underwear in Cotton,  Lisle, Wool and Silk, with  either short or long sleeves.  These range in prices from ioc  to $2.50."  Women's Kid Gloves  Fownes celebrated Kid Gloves,  suede and glace, in all new  shades from $1 to $2.50 per  pair. o       .  AND PLACED IN STOCK  Wash Skirts/  Crash Skirts fro.m $��  to $3  White Pique from $1.50 to $6  Navy Duck from $1.50 to $3  Rainy Day Skirts $4.50  Wen's Fancy Sfjirts  ��� Men's negligee and stiff bosom  shirts. They are the very  latest styles, and the patterns  are controlled exclusively by  us.     From $1  to $2.25.  Laces  Valenciennes    Laces,    always  neat   and   stylish.     We   have,  many qualties.  . A Strong line  of edgings   and  insertions   at  20c to $3 per dozen.  Men's Sunder  Underwear  In Balbriggan, Natural Wool,  Silk Mixed and all Silk, from  50c to $15 per garment.  rxxxxxxxxxixxzzzxxzxxzzxxzxxxxzzzxxxx*;:  NEW-  WASH  VEILING  xxxxrnxxxxiixxxxxxxxxnr  Fred Irvine & Co.  [;zxxxxxxx::xrxzzxzxxxxxxxxxxrxzzxzzzz:zziix  MAIL ORDERS  PROMPTLY  FILLED  36  Baker  Street  V*^^^^. ^K0 ��� 0^..00. . 00 .00.. 00 *00 . 00 .00 * 00 *00 . 00 .00 . 00 .00 . 00 .  '00' 00- 400' 00  ttXIXJ.tZXIXZXXITXZXIXIXIXTXXXIIXXZXIZirzXXXi)  ' ^"^. ^*K * >"^,. ^^ ��� ^**k"  00' 00-00' t0' 00'  Your Eyes and  Our Optical  Department  CHAPTER VIII.  If glasses cm nol,, bo made lo add to  . oiic't)   pci'SiOii;il  beauty   they must   at  least "not detract from it."  We devote, as Jiiuch attention.to insure .becoming frames as wc do to the  lit. of the lenses...''..  Sometimes glasses can be so llttcd as  ���to-positivolyjiinprove-one's^ajipcaraucc.^  removing wrinkles and relieving that  very long Or round asjioot some faces  present.- ������ -'��� ;. ���. ��� ���  ��� The flt of oiir glasses pleases tho most''  fastidious.*   ��-  At present fiamolcss are fashionable.  Our frameless spectacles aro artistic  productions.  '        IConcluded.J .  BROWN BROS.  Opticians and Jewelers  DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP.  KOOTENAY   COFFEE OO.  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  1:33--2:-233-2-S3''333��&S-:5-��e-.e(r & fcS-t  Wfl are ofl'eriiiK at lowest prices I lie best  grades of Ceylon, India, China and Jauan  1'eaF.  Our IJesf, Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound ���... ?  40  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choice Blend Coffee, -I pounds  1 00  Special Blend CoH'co, (i pounds  1 00-  Kio Blend Coffee, (i pounds  1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound 30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE GO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WESTIBAKER STREET, NELSOU.  FOR SALE  flelson Saw and Planing fcjills  Limited.  CHARLES  HILLYER,    "~ HARRY  HOUSTON,  President and General Manager. Secretary-Treasurer  All Communications to be addressed to either of tlie above  We are prepared to Furnish  by Rail, Barge or Teams  DIMENSION LUMBER  ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL and COAST CEILING  LOCAL and COAST FLOORING  ���  DOUBLE DRESSED COAST CEDAR  RUSTIC, SHIPLAP, STEPPING  PINE, and CEDAR CASINGS  .   *     DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW STILES  TURNED WORK, BAND-SAWING  BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  STORE FRONTS  DOORS, WINDOWS and GLASS.  Get Our Prices before ���  purchasing elsewhere. ____^___________  OFFICE: CORNER  HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY : HALL STREET C. P. R. CROSSING.   MILLS: HALL STREET WHARF  WHOLESALE TRADE  MODERN  CONCENTRATOR  ���   .." 100 Tons Capacity. ..,..���  LEDGERWOOD   HOIST  ^ELEGTRie=SIN KING-PUM P  ONE PAIR 8-INCH and ONE  PAIR 16-INCH VVATERWHEELS  - , And Other Plant.  FOll PARTICULARS APPLY TO  Revelstoke  Station, B.C.  P. 0. BOX 172  Nolico is hereby kivcii that tho co-partnership  hitherto existing between the umlursiKiied. by  tho siyle of "li'mser & Uroderiek," as duiri men.  has this day been dissolved by the vetironieii!. of  Charles Broderick, who has transferred to John  M. Fraser all his.iiitcrest in tho business, assuls.  good will and book account,*.  . All persons indebted to tbe said partnership are  horeby requested lo make payment lo i.lio said  John M. Kra'aer. wild has assumed anrt will p��y  tho liabilities of the partnership, and who will  continue the partnership bu-iness.  Witness: JOHN AI   FIIASKK.  R. \V. Hannington-.      CHAS. BKODNRICK.  NOTICE.  l^o1 ic3is hereby given that 1 intend lo apply  at tlie next.'jitlings of t1 e Board of Licenco Commissioners for theCity'of Nelson, to be held after  the expiration.of thirty da^sfrom tbo dato hoi-oof,  for a transfer of the retail liquor li once now held  by ind for MtR'Hoynl Irotel situate on lols 3 and 4,  block 2!l, siibrdivjsiouof lot ik'i intbo Ci-yof Nelson, to J. Lo'voll Smith of the said City of Nelson.    . --1' "':'-' ��� ��� ���!���������-.;  SOL JOHNS.  Witness: W.K.Wa.isan. ���  ��� Dated this fourteenth day of March, liKll.  NOTICE.  GARDEN SEEDS  Wo havo opened up tho largest shipment of  best quality, fresh garden seeds ever brought lo  tbo Kootenay country. Wo are soiling; largo  quantities already anil you will noto our way Is  dill'iii-oiil. from that of othor dealers in this district, in that  WE SELL BY WEIGHT  ,As well as by package, and though the quality  N the best the price is the same as in Toronto.  Mako out a list and sond to us and wo will guarantee satisfaction.  IN FLOWER SEEDS  jERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  mHOlU'K & CO.. LIMITED.���Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Coil-ir streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealer* in Derated waters and  fruit, syrup*. Solu 'agents for Halcyou Springs  Jiiincrcl w.'itur.   'J'ulophoiio-fiO.  ASSAYERS*   SUPPLIES.  TXT  V. TKKTBWIi & CO.���Oornor Uakor and  " ���   Josophino htreols. Nelson, wholesale deal  ers In   as-Tiyoivi  supplies.   Agents ��or Denvo.  >'iro Clay Co. of Deuver, Colorado.  COMMISSION- MERCHANTS.  ������r ,T. JCVANS  fc  CO.-Bakor  stroet,  NoKon  -t-L*   wholesale     dealers    in   liquors,    cigars  coiner.t, ilro brick and fire olay, water pipo imjt  filacl rails, and gouarnl. commission merchants,  ELECTRICAL' SUPPLIES.  KOOTKNAY KLKCTK'fC SUPPLY & CONr  HUlUcriON COMPANY���Wholesalerli.nl-  ors In telephones, Annunciators, bells,'batteries,  Uxturon, ��te��� J-Jon&ton block. Nolson.  laOtfB AND FEED.  jORACKMAN - KICK   MILLING   COMPANY  -Cereals,  Klnur,   Grain, Hay.  i.'iixoil  cara  shipped   to   all  Straight (  Kootonay  Points.  iJrain clovators at all principal points on Oalgary-  IMiuontou li. K. Mills at Viotoria, Now Wosti  minster, anrt ftftnionton, Alborta.  FRESH AKD SALT MEATS.  P.  HURNS &   CO.���Uakor   streeb,   Nelson,  wholesalo doalers In fresh aud cmred moats,  Cold snorAKti.  ______________  A MACDONALD & CO.���Corner Front) and  ���*-�������� Hall street4, wholosalo ��� grocors ami  'obbors in blaubotf, gloves, lntttB, boots, riibbora,  niaiiklnnwp and miunrw' sundrlos.  KOOTKNaY  MIJPPLY   COMPANY,   WM-  TKD���Vernon   streot,  Nelsou,   wholosalo  ���jyrocoia. ��� ���"��� ,  fOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.���Front street, Nol  *"    son. wholesale ���Ri-ocers.  T    Y. OKIWIN & CO Front) street, Nelson  **��   y/holetialo   liettlors   In   provisions,   oared  jnoaliH, bnttor ��>nl OKKB.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  _Pf__By"SlKSi&i CO.���Corner_Bakoraiid JoBOphlna^  *���*�����   fififoois, Nnlsoo, wholbsiile dealers in.-lmrd-  v/aro and JidnlUK Htipplles.     Agents for Giant  f-'owdu'- Oo.  LAWHIONCIii  Biilwr  St..  Notion is hereby given that we Intend lo apply  at the next regular sittings of the Hoard of  License Commissioners for i ho City of Nolson to  ho held after the'expiration of lliirty duvs from  the date hereof for a transfer of the retail liquor  llcenso now he'd hy u-i for lhe premises known  as tho Nelson llolel, situate on lot 1(1 in Block 1.  subdivision of lot !i~>. Nelson, to Robert Roisterer  and Arthur K. VaUglmi of tbe said City of  Nn'son.  Dated this 17th day of May. WTil,  -A.'H.OLKMKNTS.  HOHKRT ItKIS'J'JfiUKI-  Witness, GKOKGE GABRVKL.  We also have a largo assortment���10 ditl'eront  varieties and colors of Sweet Peas to select  from and an endless variety of other kinds.  CANADA DBUfift BOOK CO.  K.-AV.. O. Block.       Corner Ward and Uakor Sts  R. B. REILEY  (SUCCKSSOH TO H. D. ASHCROFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AND    WOOD   WORK**.*  EXPERT HORSESHOEING.  TREMONT HOUSE  321 TO 331 BAKKR STRF.ET, NKLSON  MEALS 25 GENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated by Steam 25 Cents to $1  AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN  PLANS    ���  Special attention givcu to all kinds of repairing  and custom work from ovtnido points. Heavy  holt*, mailn ta ordor on shnr< notion.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKKR. STREET. NELSON.  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street.  PAINTERS  Decorators and  Paper Hangera.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air���  ouse  Bakor and Ward.  Stroets, Nolson  Large comfortable bedroomB and  flrsb-olasa  dlnlnR-room. Sample rooms lor commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  N|rs. E. C. GlarKe, Prop.  _TE OF TOffi BOrAt HOTKX. (JALOAItY  The only hotol In NiMson that has romalneff  under one muniCKumui.il ainco 185)0,  Tho bed rooms are well furnished andllffhted..  !>>��� electricity.  Tha bar Is always stocked by tho. boat! dom a-  tlo and imported liquors and dinars.  THOMAS 3MADDEN. I'roprlntor,  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, Managor  BA11D WAKK     COMI'AN Y  .  JSTolson,  wholesale   dealors in  hardware aurl raining mipplios. and wator and  plumbers' supplies.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rnrjKNKK, BEKTON & CO.-Cornor Vernon  J- and Josephlno streets, Nolson, wholesalo  dealers in liquors, cigars and Ary goods. Apeuta  for Pabst) Browing Co. of Mitwaukoo and Cal  Ktiry Jirev/inR Co. oC Cn'Kary.  SASH AND DOORS.  -ftTMLSON HAW AND PLANING MILLS,  ���" IilMITKD���Corner Frotji. and HaU Btroola,  Nolson, manufacturers of and wholosale doalers  tu sash and doi>rs| all kinds of factory work muda  to order.  WIHES AND CIGARS.  CALIKOKNIA WINK COMPANY, LIMI  TIOD���Corner 1'Vonti and HaU iihroetw, Nol  sou, wholesale dealers in wines (case and bnlk.  anrt dmnnnliln ninl Imtinrrnrt olp-ars.  ARCHITECT.  A     C. KWAUT���Architect.   Room 3 Aberdeen  ���*-*������    block, Itakcr street. Nelson.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Vlolmria aud Kool��nay Streets.  P. O. Hot ��K0. TRLKPHONTD Vii. PS  FREE   HOT   LUNCH  FROM 12 to 2 O'CLOCK  AT   THE  ATHABASCA   TODAY.  Bar stooked with besb brands of wlnoa, liquors,  and Cigars. Beer on draught. Large coinforb-  anle rooms.  Virsb-clase table boa d.  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  TREMONT HOTEL  BLOCK.  Largo stock of high-clans imported goods. A  Specialty of tbo square shouldor��� the latest)  easlilou iu coats.  Everybody    Welcome       fl THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON; B. C, FEIDAY, MAY 31, 1901  ni-tmir  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  BEST     7.0OO.00O.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...Presldonb  Hon. George A. Drumuiond Vice-President  E. 3. Cloivtou General Manager  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Bakor and Kootenay Streots.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  rlranchos in Lonijon (England! Nisw York,  Chicago, and all the principal cities In Canada.  Buy and sell Starling Kxchange and Cablo  Transfers.  (Irani; Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of tho world.  Drafts Issuod, Collections Mado, Kto,  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE:  TORONTO.  ��  IMPERIAL BANK  o_r  o___sr__.iD__  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  -      -      $8,000,000  -      -      -   $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $66,000,000.  Hon. Qeo. A. Cox,  President,  Robt. Kilgour,  Vice-President.  London Office, 00 Lombard Street. ���. O.  New  York   Ofllce, IB   Exchange   Place.  and tU Branches in Canada and the  United Stales.  Savings Bank Branch  OOHKKNT HATK OK  INTKUIMT PA In.  TELECRAIMslNlRIErFORIvi  From Various Sources.  HILTON, Now-Jersey, 30.���Frank  Timer was iirsfc in tlie Irvington-  IMilbnrn 25 mile road nice, his time,  unofficial, being 1 hour aud 18 aiiii-  ules.  CONSTANTINOPLE, 30.���An official order prohibits Armenians  \a ho have become naturalized Americans or Russians from entering  Turkey. .  VARSEfN, Prussia, SO. ���Count  William Bismarck, brother of  prince Herbert Bismarck and second  son of the late prince Bismarck,  died this morning after a brief  illness.    Ho was born in 1S52.  SYRACUSE, 30���James C. Stout  of Auburn, former warden of the  state prison, ate bri akfast at the  St. Cloud hotel in this ciitiy  this morning, walked from the  dining room into the corridor and  fell dead. He was about 00 years  old.  WATERTOWN, New York, ,*$.���  The plant of the Frontenac Paper  Company at Dexter has been purchased by tho Dexter Sulphite Pulp  and Paper Company, which concern  is one of the largest in the world.  It may also purchase the St. 'Law-  leiif-e mills. /'.���-'���'  WASHINGTON, 30/���Reportsreceived today by the Southern railway show that more than hall; the  machinists employed at the Sdutli-  oi-n shops at Charleston, Knoxville,  Atlanta, Selma, Columbia, Spencer,  Manchester and Birmingham are  out oh strike.   7  BJiRLIN, 30.���The German minister at Pekin, Dr. Mil trim von  Schwart/.ensteini conlirms the report that an edict was issued by  the Chinese emperor Monday, May  27th, agreeing .to pay tlie indemnity of 45,000,000 taels with inter-"  est on the principal at 4 per cent.  NEW YORK, 30.���In spite of  wet streets" and every indication bf  more vain, Memorial Day was observed very generally throughout  this city. The principal event of  the day was a parade of military  organizations which was reviewed  at Madison square by governor  Odell and other dignitaries.  QUEENSTOWN,'Cape Colony 20.  ���The Boers are massing under  commandant Ivruzinger to tlio  northward of Bailey. There is  much local apprehension and the  town guard remains all night in  the trenches. Passenger traffic .to  the north is suspended and freight  is proceeding under an armed cs-  =cort.=The-banks=closeat=nooi)f==  LONDON, 30.���A sensation has  been caused at Birmingham by the  discovery of thirty-one bodies of  infants iu a cellar beneath an  undertaker's establishment. The  bodies were in .various stages of do-  composition and huddled together  in.soap boxes. The establishment  was conducted by a widow, who  today was charged with causing  tho infants' death.  BTtfFALO, 30.���This 30th day of  May, Memorial Day, was ushered  in at the exposition with cold rain  and wet mists as cold as snow hid  tho tops of the buildings. From  the bottom' of the electric tower  the gopdes.s of light looked like a  storm wraith. It is the seventh  consecutive rainy day at the exposition. The cold and rain together  render existence inside the fence  almost insufferable.  ��� JAMESTOWN, New York, 30.���  Tlie Jamestown street railway employees struck this morning, demanding the reinstatement of three  discharged men who belonged to  the streetcar men's union. All of  thecity/'and suburban lines have  been tied up, the company being  able, to man only four ears. Great  annoyance was caused the public  particularly on account of Memorial  day celebrations.  NEW YORK, 30.���Evelyn E.  Porter, an electrical engineer connected wifch the cotton mills at  Shanghai, China, is at a hotel here.  Ho says that the six mills there,  each having 10,000 spindles, cannot  compete, even with their cheap Chinese labor, with tho American manufacturers. The originators of the  plants in China expected large profits, but bythe practice of fchenmsfc  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  IiiUsi'imI. allowed  on  deposits.    Present  nil*  three,per cent.  GRANGE  V.  HOLT,  Malinger Nelson Brunch.  rigid economy thoy have been unable to earn more than 3 per cent  on their investment. American  products aro cutting out Chinese  goods in Chinese markets.  PARIS, 29.���A dispatch to the  Patrie from Barcelona,' Spain, says:  The police are keeping a vigilant  watch on the frontier and at the  ports in order to effect the capture  of two anarchists, a Spaniard and  an Italian, who are believed to have  landed at Marseilles, and to be making their way to Madrid with the  intention of attempting to assassinate the king. The conspiracy was  hatched in an anarchist center in  North America. All vessels from  Marseilles and Genoa are thoroughly  searched.  NEW YORK, 30.���The almost  nude body of a mail with his throat  cut from ear to ear, hands hacked  off and the body covered with cuts  drifted iu with the flood tide at  Coney island today. The cuts may-  have been made by the propeller of  a steamer. From the drifting  ashore of the body on Coney island  the police are inclined to believe  that it may have beeu thrown overboard from some incoming or outgoing ship. There is nothing about  tlie body which at present gives  promise of effecting a clue to its  identification. -  Heavy Doctor Fees.  Chicago, May 30.���The largest  claim ever filed in the Probate  Court here was entered yesterday.  Dr. Emma Warne claims from the  estate of Francis":-;;:T."' Wheeler  ,$100,000. The claim is based on a  contract for medical service and  personal attention paid to Mr.  AVheeler, the terms of the .contract  reading' that Dr. Warue was to  take care of Mr. Wheeler asdong as  he lived. Mr. Wheeler-died in June,  1890, and. leffc an estate of three  million dollars. A lively contest is  promised when the case comes up  for hearing, June 18th. Dr. Emma  Warne is the wife of Dr. G'eorge B.  Warne.     -.        .    -���'' '"���      ���  Rather Suspicious.  jSJew Orleans, May 30.���Phillip  Schumacher, former paying teller.  of the Teutonia Bank, was indicted  last night by the grand jury for  the embezzlement of $1S,200 on May  14th. There was shooting in the  bank while lie was alone, and ho  was discovered with a bulletin his  leg, claiming, ifc is said, that he had  fought with two thieves who had  overpowered him and made away  with packages of large bills. No  corroborative evidence of this kind  .could=bo_Joiind,=although_theiac_  counts showed $1S,200 missing. A  study of Schumacher's books showed  a shortage of $2200 before the alleged final robbery.  A Church Trust.  Chicago, May 30.���A special to  the Tribune from Toledo says: Tlie  church trust of Toledo is a fact, tlio  formal organization having been  completed afc a meeting held last  night. Uhder the name of "The  Federation of Church and Christian  Workers in Toledo and Vicinity,"  a close union has been formed, the  object of whicli is to extend religious work into every home in the  city. The intention is to invite  every resident of Toledo to join one  of the churches. Entertainments  more elaborate and ambitious than  any possible for one church will be  given and the strangers in the city  aud non-churchgoers will be invited  and givmi a chance to become acquainted.  Phenomenally Wet Spring.  New York, May 30.���Forecaster  Einey of the local weather bureau  finds from his records that the current May and April have beeu the  wettest two months ever recorded  here. Thus far in May the rainfall  has been 0.97 inches. The rainfall  in April was (i.S2 inches. The only  time that can compare with this  spring was during 1874, when the  rainfall in May was 0.53 and in  April 7.02, the total for the two  months being a little less than the  drenching Now York has received  this spring. Among a number of  dispatches to the Tribune from  Philadelphia it is learned that tho  entire mouth of May iu that region  has been  one of   rain and cloudy  HEAD   OFFICK, TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  S2.500.000  $1,725,000  H. S. HOW-LAND President,  1). It. WILKIN General Manager.  E. 1IA Y Inspector.  -   SAVINCS   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  THK   CUKKKNT   KATK   OK    INTKKKHT   ALLOWED.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  I"    . . . m ~��  days. Out of 29 days there  have been six clear ones, 19 rainy  days and four classified^as cloudy.  This beats the record of May for  the past 30 years. The rainfall recorded up to today is 33.4 inches,  almost three-quarters of an inch  above the average for May in the  past.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  m  to  to  to  to  Established In Nelson 1890.  A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMANOFTODAY  Is Eminently Progressive.  to  9\  9}  For Sale or Rent.���Piano at the  Old Curiosity Shop.  Wanted at once, a neat showcase for cigars.   Apply "Cigars," Tribune ofllce.  Wanted���Position by competent  stenographer.   Address P. 0. Box 138, City.  For Sale���Three teams of heavy  horses'. Apply G. AV. Patterson, Nelson, B. C.  To   rent'���Two   large   furnished  front room.-.-. Applowliaite block, opposite Oddfellows' hall.  To Let���Furnished front room,  with or without, hoard. ' Apply four doors abovo  City Ilall, Victoria street. ,:  Western Canadian Employment  Ofllco���Wanted���Woman cook, two waitresses  andgirlforgeneral housework.  For sale���$2000 will buy 50-foot  lot at oorner of Vernon and Hall streets. Owner,  F. J. Farley, Oklahoma City, O. T.  Large,   well-furnished   rooms. to  let. Apply rooms 1 and 5 Macdonald block,  corner Josephine and Vernon.  For sale or rent-rA first-class  boarding house. . Central locality. Reasonable  terms.   Apply to Box'78, City.  To rent���Office in- the Turner-  Boecko block, corner Ward and Bakor. Apply  to John A. Turner.  Japan Tea of all- kinds to suit  your taste. Sun Cured, Spider Leg, Pan Fired  in hulk or packages.   Kootenay Coffee Co.  Furniture,     pianos    safes,    &c,  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply I. T.  Wjisnn. Phone 270, Prober's Second Hand S;ore,  Ward Street.   7.-  v"Gold,",copper, silver,  lead  mines  and prospects wanted. Send report and samples  to the Prospectors' Exchango, Nelson, H. C,  Room 4, K. W-C Block.  For sale���Tug boat Red Star and  barge at reasonable figures to cash purchaser, on  .time with good securitv. Apply io Ontario  Povydcr Works,; Nelson, li. C.  For comfort' and convenience go  to the" Ice Cream Parlors of" J. A. McDonald.  Bakor street, where every attention and requisite is supplied.  Free milling gold properties'.   We  are anxious to secure a few free mill ing gold properties at onoe. The Prospectors Kxchange,  Kelson, B. C., Room 4, K-W-C Block.  That fine blend of Ceylon Tea we  are selling at thirty cents per pound is giving  the best of satisfaction to our many customers.  Kootenay Coffee Co.  We   have   Indian,   Ceylon    and  China Teas in great variety, choicest quality.  We mako a specialty of blending toas and soil  thorn in any quantity at lowest rates. Kootenay  Coffee Co.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  _ I oca]_nnd- coast. =  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Bail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  Of all klncU.  W WHAT yOU WANT IS NOT IN Bl'OOE  WE WUX MArfK IT KOR SOU  CALL AND GET PRICES.  J. A. Sayward  HAM AND LAKK 8THKKT8. NKLHON  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND ViSRNON. STREETS      ���  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-l White Pine Lurnbor Always in  StocK.  We enrry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  to:  9}  9}  9}  to  He does not follow in a nil; he worships no ideals.of the past; ho is of the times and with  the time?; lie Hoek's constantly to advance, to improve, to give broad-minded and skillful service; he not only buys fai-Iy, but he studies his business minutely; he recognizes the important fact that his stock should consist of goods that are so widely different from "the other  fellows" as .can be secured. He picks out lines that are progressive, up-to-date and superior  as to special features, style and finish, then gets his goods in early, is not afraid to liberally  display a complete assortment, of his various lines so as to impress the confidence he possesses.  He familiarizes himself wilh every detail as to quality and manufacture of his goods, sets a  fair price on them and st.ii ks to it; proclaims quality, perfection and long wear. Send for  prices, or call and see us.    Wu are here to serve you all. r  OUR WATCHMAKING AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL IN B. C.  All watch repairing guaranteed,  as we employ none but the best  workmen.  JACOB  DOVER,  THE JEWELER  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR. NELSON,'BRITISH COLUMBIA.  to  to  to  to  to  to  9\  9\  Mail orders receive our prompt  and careful attention. Our prices  are always right.  *  *  'Sf.00 ��� 00 .00.00. 00. 00. 00.00.00.00. 00 . 00 -00* 00'0*- ����� ���V'^,^J��*'3fc^S_'*'^_>*-59>��.S> ���8>�� ^^ ���_���'*._���' _&Q_��^'^I  ^���^_**^_*��^_"��^_,'�� *_*���*_*��� %_*��^_"��^_*�� 8?" ?_*���>���������5_'��^,V**N        ' 0 ' 0'0 ' ^ * m0 ' ^' 00 ' 00 ' ^- ^ ' ^' 00 ' 00 ' 00 ' ^' ^  9\  to  7"'-i\  f-.-  THE:  Porto Rico Lumber Co. Ltd.  Mansfield Manufacturing Co.  ."'"' NELSON,  B. C.  Builders and  Contractors  Having taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brick &  Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg to ask for a continuance  of the patronage .which you have heretofore extended them. My  aim will be at all times to supply you with our produets at lowest  possible prices. Being in a position to manufacture goods In larger  quantities than before, we shall be able to supply the trade'at a  lower figure.  It is our Intention to Install machinery to manufacture our  marble products, and next season we shall be ln a position to supply  these products at reasonable rates.  We shall also Keep on hand a stock or Fire Brlek, Fire Clay,  Tiles and Cement.  Our Bricks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes at the  Spokane Industrial Exposition In 1899 and also this year. We also  secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building  Stone.  We are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and  Builders.  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  tor The Mansfield Manufacturing- Company.  Successors to  The West Kootenay Brick _ Lime Co., Ltd  P. Burns & Co;  Wholesale and Retail  HkanSSot,ab o Dealers in Meats  Markets jtt ^l^ij_30g^">lli^Tr)ul,���Kaslo,_Ymir,_Sandon.,. Silverton.^Neg_  [Denver, Revelstoke, B'ergUHon Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  way, and Vanconver.       > -    ���  '   '���   ���  ��� Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  * ��� -          ��� ���  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALI, KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLK8AL.B AND KKTAIIi  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  K. W. C BLOCK  WARD STREET  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  OKDHIHH RY MAII. RKCBIVR OAKHFUIj AJTD PROMPT ATTBUTION  :jnxi5ijiiiijiixiiixK��i���iix:iixiitriiiiziiiijniixixximxiiixiiuiiii_iiinxiixiiii��inxiixiiitjiijx ���oxx  ��THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE  jj No. 4, K. W. C. Blook, NELSON, B. O.  Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the Exchange.  Free-Milling Gold Properties wanted at once for Eastern Investors.  tt 1'iirl.ics having mining property for wilo are ronmMt-wl to Hond wimplea of tholr ore to the  (  |3 Exclmngo for exhibition.   We aexiro to hear from nil prospcclorn who have promiKlng mineral  {  A claims in IMtinli Columbia.  S I'roHpoclors and mining men aro requested to mako tho Exchange their hoadquartern when  R in N'cIhoii. ���  H        All samples .should be. oont by express, Prepaid.   CorroHpondonco solicited.  fj        Address all communications to  ANDREW  F.  ROSENBERGER,  Telephone 104  P. O. Box 700  Nelson, B. C.  '���.  QxTxzxxzzzrzzzzzzzzzzxxzzzizzxzzxxzaxxzxrxzxtzzzzzzzzxxizaxzzxxrxxxzzzTxrzxxxxzzxzxzxTXZTZzzxzxziizxzzzicuxxi  W. P. TIERNEY  Telephone 205.  WEST TRANSFER GO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Offlec: Two Doors West C P. R. Offices  FURNISHED   HOUSES  Wo have several good furnished houses to lot  for the summer months.  H. &   M.  BIRD  BKOKKN HII f, BLOCK.  All Kinds of Teaming and  Transfer  Work.  Agent* for Hard and Soft Coal. Imperial Oil  Company. Washington Urlck, lAiuo & Manufacturing Company. Oeneral commercial agonts  nnd brokers.  All coal and  wood strictly cash on delivery.  APPOINTMENTS.  PROVINCIAL SECRETAKY'S OFFICE.  TTIS HONOUR the Administrator of thoQov-  ���*-*��� eminent in Council has been pleased to  mako tho following appointments:���  15th May, 1801.  Charles E. Hamilton, of Goldon, Ksquire, to  ��� bu��� " ������������'���-       "- .. ,-' -v    o .;.. ������.������'  Deputy Registrar of the County Court of Kootenay holden at Golden;  Deputy District Registrar of tho Golden Registry of the Supreme Cmin.; and  Deputy Mining Recorder of the Golden Mining  Division.        - \v  Kith May, 1011.  Ei.on KisiiA Cilii'MA.v, of the City of Kaslo, Esquire, J. P., to bo��� ������������'������  Gold Commissioner for tho Ainsworth, Slocan  and Slocan City Mining Divisions; '"  Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works  and Government Agent for the Slocan Riding of  the West Kootenay Electoral District, vico .1. A.  Turner. Ksquiie, whose jurisdiction as Oold  Commissioner fnr I he Ainsworth Division and as  Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works  nnd Government Agent for the Slocan Riding,  has been cancelled accordingly:  Stipendiary Magistrate for tho County, of  Kootenay; and  Registrar of iiirths. Deaths and Marriages for  t> e said Slocan Riding.  ��� Ai.kxanijeu Lucas, of tho City of Kaslo, Ksquire. lo be���  Mining Recorder for tho Ainsworth Mining  Division;  Registrar of the County Court of Kootenay.  holden at Kaslo;  District Registrar of tho Kaslo Roglstry of tho  Supreme Court, vice J5. E. Chipman, Ksquire.  and  Collector of Votos-for the Slocan Riding of tho  West Kootenay Electoral District vice D. U.  Kurtz, Ksquire, relieved of tho said ofllce.  All such appointments to tako ell'ect from the  I3th day of May instant.        D 7  Harkv Wkiqht, of the Cityof Nelson, Ks--  qu;re, Mining Kecorder, to be���  Assessor and Collector for lhe Nolson Assessment District, vice E. E. Chipman, Enquire.  Such appointment to take effect on the 1st day of  .Inly, 1JKI1.  ilKMii- Nicholson and Ainsi.ev Mkckaw, of  Camp McKinney, Esquires, Justices of the  Peace, to hold a Small Debts Court iu and for all  that portion of East Yale, south of tho font of  Okantigaii Lake, including  Twenty-Mile Creek.  _%  TRADES   UNIONS.  ���NJELSON    SOCIALISTIC    KDUCA1IONAI      ~  x'1    CLUB meets every Sunday al 3 o clock p.m.  ln the Minors' Union HaU.   A cordial invitation  is extended to every one. to cotne and lake part  in discussions.   John Roberts, secretary.  LAUNDRY WORKERS' UNION OV NELSON  No. 85IM. A. F.of L.���MeW�� in Minora' Union  Hall, C. P. li. "lock, corner of Raker and Stan;  ley streets, on fourth Friday in every month at  7:30 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of American  Federation cordially invited io attend. C. Fred-  ���rick, president; A. \V, McFVe, secretary.  ELSON MINERS' UNION NO. Hi, W. F. of  M.���Meets In miners' union rooms, northwest cornor of Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday ovoning at-8 o'clock.   Visiting'mem  bora welcome. M. R. Mownll, Presidont. Jame  Wilkes,   Socretary.     Union Scale ok Wages  kor  Nki.son 7District���Per   shift,    machine  men, $3.50: hamniersmen miners, $3.25; muckers.  . carmen, shovelers and othor underground labor-*  ors, $3.00.  rpRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���Tho regu-  ���*��� lar meetings of tho Nolson Trades and Labor.  Council will behold in the miners' union hall,  corner Bakor and Stanley streets, on tho first and  third Thursday of each month, at 8 p. m. C. J.  Clayton, Pies ; A. TvCurlc, Sec.   P.O. box UO.Si  rpHK regular meetings of tho Carpenters' Union  ���*���   are hold on  Wednesday evening of  each      i  weok, at 7 o'clock, in the Miners' Union rooms  corner of  Raker and  Stanley streets.   Chailes  Clayton, President.77Alcx H. Murray. Secrotary.  BARBEItS' UNION.-Nclson Union. No. 1!1C. of '  tho InternationalJournoyincn Barbers Un  Ion of America, meets every liist and third Monday of each month in Miner's Union Hall, at 8.30 X}-  sharp. VlHiting brothers cordially invited to  attend. R. McMahon,'president; J. H. Mathe  son. secretary-treasurer: J. C. Gardner, recording  secretary.      ���;-7; p  ADORERS' UNION.���Nelson Lalrorers* Pro  toctivo Union. No. 8121, A. F. of L., meets in  Miners' Union hall, C. P. It. block, corner of  Uakor and Stanley streets, every Monday evening  at7:30 p.m. sharp.iVisitlngmombersof tho American Federation 7cordiaIly invited to attend.  A. .1. Curio, President. John Roberts, recording seoretary.  -fvl-ELSbN PAINTERS' UNION-Tho regular  J-* mooting of tho ��� Painlers' Union ia held  tho first and third Fridays in each month at Minors' Union hall at 7:30 sharp. George Eacritt,  President; Henry Bennett, Socrotary.  <     *���  .    v  '���'I  - 41  l'u'<  ,1  'l.  S'S-J  V-^l  B'K  ���' _* I  TELEPHONE 147.     Offlc0 ^W BaKfir 8*.  NOTICE.  u  STKAM  IlOIl.KR INSI'eCTOKS'  KXA.MINATrOX.  APPLICATIONS for examination for Steam  Boiler Inspectors will be received by the  Chief Inspector of Hoilers, New Westminster, B.  (.!.. up lo June 10th, lillil. Applicants must bo  between tho uges of 25 and 50 years, thoy must  have had at least live yr-ars' praciical workshop  experience us macliinisls or boiler makers, and  must also havo a thorough understanding of  stO'iui engineering.  Forms of particulars may be obtained, 'on rpj_  qiiest'OfintoiMllng.-ipplicantsrfrorii'the Chief Tn~  spector of  Steam Boilers, New Westminster, B.  C, and must be properly lilted in and returned  to him on or before ihoiihovo-mciitioiicd dato.  Tho candidates selected for examination will  thin be notilled as to date and place of examination.  The salary will bo ?100 per month.  W. C. WELL5'.  Chief Commissioner nf Lands and Works.  Lauds and Works Department, Victoria, B. C,  May 22nd, IIWI.  SHERIFFS SALE.  Provinco of  British  Columbia,   Nolson,  West  Kootcniiy, to-wit:  Hy virtue of two writs of Fieri Fnclas Issued  out of thosuprome court of British Columbia, at  IhoHiiiU of .1. I. Hawar, carrying on business  under thu firm name and Htyle of J. & T. Bell,  und .lames McCready Si. Company, Limited,  plaiiitltl's.and to me directed against Ihe goods  and chattels of Samuel Ncolauils, defendant. I  have seized and taken in execution all tho right,  title and interest or the said defendant, Samuel  Neelands In the stock in trade, const-ting of  boots, shoes, rubbers and other goods now In the  store occupied or Intel)'occupied by the said  Samuel Neelands, ou Baker street, in the cityof  Nelson, li. ('.., to recovr tho sum of fourteen  hundred and llfty-fourdollarsand eighty-live cents  ($1451.85), amount of said writs of Fieri Faclns,  und interest on ton hundred ami .scveiity-lhreo  dollars (��1073) from tho eighth dayof May. 1901,  and inlerest on throe hundred and seventy-four  dollars and eighty-live cents ($.')74.S.'))froni Iho Pth  day of May, l'JOl, both at tho rate of live per  centum per annum until payment, besides slier-  ilf's poundage, olllcers' fees and nil other legal  incidental expenses. All of whicli I shall expose  for sale, or sutllcient thereof to satisfy said judgments, debts and costs, at my olllce, next to tho  court house in the city of Nolson, 11. C, on Saturday, tho lirst day of June, 11)01, at the hour of  II o'clock In tho foronoon.  Note.���Intending purchasers, will salify themselves as to interest and title of the said defendant.  S. P. TUCK, Sheriirof South Kootenay.  Dated at Nelson, H. C. tho 23rd day of May, 1001.  NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.  Tenders will be received by the undersigned up  lo and including June 1st, l'JOl, for the erection  <>f a thiei.-story hotol building at til. Leon  Springs, Upper Arrow lake. Plansiind snccillca-  I Inns may be seen at the olllco of Tho Tribune,  Burns Block, NcIboii, 11. C, The lowest or any  lender not necessarily accepted.    M. GRADY.  Halcyon Hot Springs, B. C.  NOTICE.  Notice Is heroby given that I have this day  purchased the plant und good will of the  Kootenay Steam Laundry and will continue the  business under the same style and title.  All uccounts owing by the said Kootenay Steam  Laundry will be paid by me and all accounts due  becomo payable to mo.  Soliciting a continuance of your .valued  patronage. I remain, yours truly,  Nelaon, May 2nd, 1901. A. LARSON.  COOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION -Regular  meetings every Tuesday ovening at 8:30  o clock, in Minors' Union 'Hall, corner of Baker  and Stanley streets. Visling brethren cordially  invl'ed. Chris. Luft, president; II. Smelser, financial and recording socretary.  PLASTERERS' UNION-The O. P. I. A. No.  x 172, moots ovory Monday evonlng ln tho  Elliot block, cornor Baker and Stanley streets, at  8 o'clock. J. D. Mover, Drosidnnti; William  Vice, socrotary, P. O. Box lilii.  &  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES  NELSON LODGE. NO. 2S, A. F, ��t A. M  Moete second Wednesday In eaoh month  Sojourning brethren lnvltod.  NELSON UOVAL ARCH CHAPTER No: 123  G. R. C.-Mce��s third Wednesday. Sojourn  ing companions invited. Geoivc Johnstone,Z.; E.  -Vv^MattliewBrSrK.T=  ���M-KLSONAERIR.no.22. F.O. E.-Mootsecond  ���L^    and fourth  Wednesday of each month, at  Fraternity   Hall.     Georgo  Bartlett,  president  John V. Morrison, secretary.  KNIGHT8 OK PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge. No  26, Knights of Pythias, moets lu I. O. O. K.  Hall, cornor Bakor aud Kootenay streots, ever *  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, visiting Kntclits  oorrtlnlfy In vlted to attend. H. M. Vlncont C. C.  A. T. Park, K. of R. & S.  OOTENAY   TENT  NO.  7.   K. O. T.  M.���  Hold their regular meetings on tho first and  K  third Thursdays of each   month.   Visiting   Sir  Knights aro cordially Invited to attend,  y. A  Brown, H. _,; A. W. Purdy, Com,  I). S. C.     '  IC J. Steel  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNEBS  To T. A. Stkvknbon, or to any person or persons to whom ho may havo transferred his  interestin tho Lila mineral claim, at Morn  ing Mountain. Nelson Mining Division:  You are horeby notified that 1 havo expended  the sum of One Hundred and Fifty-Seven Dollars  in  labor and   Improvement*   upon   the above  mentioned mineral claim, in order to hold said  mineral claim  under tho   provisions   of   tho  Minoral Act. and If within ninety days from  "he  dato of this notice you fail or refuse to contribut >  your proportion of such expenditure, togothn.  with all costs of advertising, your Interest In said  claim will becomo the proporty of the subscriber  undor section four of au Act entitled "An Act to  Amend tho Mineral Act, 1900."  DANIEL   HERB,  Datnd this 12t,h day of Fohrnary. 1B0I.  DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP.  Notieo Is heroby given that the partnership  heretofore existing between Lewis Noll ana  Wesley E. Cox, carrying on business as hoiel-  keopers in tho promises known as the Porto'Rico  hotel at Porto Rico Siding, B. C, under the firm  name of Noll & Cox, has this day heon dissolved  by mutual consent. For tho future the Porto  Rico hotel will be conducted by I.owis Noll, who  will assume all liabilities of the late firm and to  whom all accounts owing said firm a��-e herowith  payable. LOUIS NOLL,  WESLEY E. COX.  Witness: Robt. Rknwick.  Nelson. March 26th. 1901.  NOTICE. '  Notice is heroby given that I intend to apply at  tho next sittings of the Board ot Licence Commissioners for the City of Nelson, to be held after  the expiration of thirty days from t he date hereof,  for a transferor the retail liquor licence now held  by mo for tho Grand Central hotel situate on lots  23 and 24, block 60, sub-division of lot 95 in the  City of Nelson, to Gust Erloson of the sold citv of  Nelson. F. SIMPSON," I  WltneBs, W. C. McDonald. '  Dated this twenty-second day of April, 1901* THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B C,, FRIDAY, MAY.31, 1901  Xb  SX,4:-  It-  .  8  I  a*.-  ffiffl    *  g  !EI-  \h  J*"  a  fc*-  ���ft"*"  #>*  i  w  ��..'  135--'-  ���Bv.  J i--  I if .'.  Srr V,,  Hi'* i  |"vV"  " ������ j  Ir '  I AM MAKING A SPECIAL DRIVE THIS WEEK IN SHIRT WAISTS AND GRENADINES.  The balance of our summer shirt waists, ranging in price from $r.oo to $2,00 can  now be purchased at 25 cents.  We have also a large line of gents' furnishings which have to be cleared out. These  goods are the best in the market. Also a large stock of boys' suits, which we will clear  at a very low price.    Call and inspect these lines and be convinced of the low prices.  P  Shirt Waists and Silks  Black   Grenadine,  with   figured   lining,   regular  price $1.25 for 50 cents per yard.  Colored  Linen   Crash,   for  skirts,  regular  price  30 cents, for 20 cents.  Whito  Pique,   extra   quality,   rogular   price 30  cents, for 20cent's per yard.  China Silks at 25c per, yard.  Men's   Wear.  Men's blue and black Serge Suits,  regular  $15.00  line, yours at $10.00.  Men's Scotch and Irish Tweed suits,  regular $15  line, at $10.  71 Men's Tweed pants, a large range to choose from,  the regular $5 line to clear at  $3.50; $1  line  .to clear at $2.50.  REMEMBER THIS IS A GENUINE  CLOSING OUT SALE.  A. FERLAND  Spring Sporting Goods  Duke & Son's Cricket supplies, Ayres &  "Wright ahd Ditson's lawn tennis, Spalding base  ball, Lally lacrosse, and Whitely exercises.  TISDALL'S  GUN   STORE  VANCOUVER.  E. FERGUSON & CO,  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  We l{ave En Route  1 Car G. & W. Whiskies, ex Toronto.  1 Car Imported Liquors, ex Liverpool.  1 Car Dogshead Ale and Stout, ex London, E.  1 Car Rainier Beer, ex Seattle.  Too Hainicr Beer has become Ihe favorite Bee in the Coast, oilios.  litis met in successful competition the famous Milwaukee Beers.  It  Our Special  Canadian Bye is the. Most Palatable Whiskey in the  Market.   We have it in bulk and in cases 5's and 6's.  We are Agents for the Brunswlck-Balke-Collender Co. Billiard, Fool  Tables and supplies of all kinds. Write for prices and terms.  Drink  the Best  Beer  ANHEUSER-JUSCIL  ST. LOUIS LAGER  TO BE HAD WHOLESALE   AT  NELSON.  A. B. GRAY, Kootenay Agent  BAKER STREKT, NKLSON.  H. P. BITHET & CO., Ltd.  B. REISTERER & CO.  BBKWKBa AMD BOTTLERS OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  MANHATTAN SALOON  Domestic  and  f  Imported  WHISKIES  WINES  ALES  STOUTS  CIGARS  Domestic  and  Imported  HU&H B.CAMEB0I  INSURANCE,  REAL ESTATE  and MINING BROKER  jmusESLjrouLEriv  Two-story house convenient to  Baker street, will be empty in a  few days. House fitted with electric light and city water. $25 a  month.  Also, two-story house in Hume  Addition at $10 a month.  Appiy_H. R. Cameron  AOKNT. BAKKR 3TKKKT.   Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  B  E  E  R  S  ANHEUESER-BUSCH  St. Louis.  PABST  .Milwaukee.  CALGARY  Calgary.  REISTERER &. CO.  Nelson.  GOSNELL  Nolson.  B  E  LE  R  S  JOSEPHINE   STREET.   NEAR   BAKEP.  ~~       TENDERS   WANTED.  The HaDMnes-OJ. C.) Exploration Syndicate,  Limited, will cons.dur uids for diflinorid drilling  on the Arlington initio ti��. Itrie, li. (3. Kor fun  information call or au/lrc.-M Co. 9, K,-W.-C. block,  kelson, B.C.  Office on Baker Street), west of Stanley Street)  NELSON.  SMOKE ROYAL SEAL  FIRST UNION MADE  CICAR MANUFACTURED  IN NELSON.  Kootenay  Cigar Co.  Baker Stieet, Nelson.  CITY LOCAL NEWS  The time for tenders to be in for  the erection of the Grady hotol  at St. Leon hot springs has been  extended to June Sfcli.  Albert Edward Gardner and Miss  Ella Grace Fleming of this city,  formerly of Winnipeg, were married last evening by Rev. W.  Mn uro.  The Terpsichorean Club has made  arrangements for a midnight tram  for the convenience of those who  attend tlie assembly at the park  this evening.  "^ The police have put the West  jBaker street shooting g.illery out  of business until some necessary  provisions have been made for the  safety of the public.  R. R Green, M.P.P., E. E. Chip-  man, government agent, and mayor  Carlson,- all of Kawlo, spent five  hours in Nelson yesterday wondering what 'so many people had to do  to keep them busy.  Nelson people evidently do not  enthuse on north pole expeditions,  and the subscription forms posted  in the city banks, ih aid of captain  J. E. Bernier's expedition, havo so  far drawn nothing but blanks.  John O'Rourke was before magistrate Crease again yesterday upon  a charge of insanity. He was remanded until Monday, when ho will  probably be given a course in the  provincial government's Keeloy institute.  James Lawrence of the Lawrence  Hardware Company is back from a  business trip on the Crow's Nest as  far east as Blairmore. There is  nothing tlie matter with Nelson as  a wholesale point when her houses  can do business successfully on tlio  east side of the Rockies.  ^G. B. Matthews and J. H. Matheson have rented the entire building  in which they are located, and after  Jnne_lst_will occupy the  building  "witli tlleir respeetive~b"usmesses.  The floor will be lowered to sidewalk grade, a new front will be put  in and the building made up-to-  date.  The McGill students, who have  been studying the mines of the  Boundary district, arrived in Nelson last evening in their special  car. They will leave for Ymir this  morning, where they will'-go  through the mine, after whicli they  will return to Nelson and take iii  the Athabasca and probably the  Silver King mines.  'STohn Burke has lodged a chage  of assault against Charles Maghlio,  the bartender of the Kootenay.  Burke's story is that on Wednesday  night he went into the hotel to get  a friend who was "blowing" himself. He said the bartender resented his action as an undue interference with trade and assaulted  him. The case will be heard in the  police court today.  A retriever dog is playing havoc  with the chickens in the block  bounded by'Silicn, Hendryx, Car-  bonateand Hall streets. Onechicken  raiser has lost nearly a dozen, and  a little boy;who has beeu putting  all his money in chickens lias had  nearly his entire stock wiped out.  That dog will have a short shrift if  he is caught in the act.  Charles Wilson, K. C, who is representing the provincial government on the Chinese and Japanese  commission, did not accompany the  commissioners to the Slocan. Ho  will meet them in Spokane, however, and take in the inquiry at the  Sound canning and;.: lumbering  points, after whicli the commission  will close with the argument of the  counsel representing tho various  parties to the question. Ib is understood that the lawyers will be  limited to two hours each in the  presentation of the case.  The members of the Nelson Company of R. M. R, will have maxim  practice on Tuesday or Wednesday  next, when a floating target will be  rigged up in the lake somewhere  between the city and Roberts'  ranch, at a range of 1000 yards.  There were about ten members of  the rifle association at tho butts  yesterday, but owing to the fact  that the bullseyes had been cut  down and a heavy wind, the scores  made were somewhat disappointing. Tlie bullseye at the 200 yard  range has been cut down ono inch,  and that at the 500 and COO yard  range by four inches.  Sandy Glencross and Slim Hogan,  who have been committed for trial  upon a charge of conspiring to rob  a Greenwood gambler, were brought  to the Nelson jail last evening by  provincial constable Alaii Forester.  Barnes, the third member of the  trio, has pleaded guilty and been  remanded for sentence. He will  probably be used by the crown to  give evidence against Glencross aud  Hogan. '  At a meeting of the Nelson Boat  Club last evening it was decided to  change "the date for the June regatta from Thursday, the 0th, to  Saturday, the Sth. As previously  announced, the course will be laid  between: Roberts' ranch and the  tramway company's park, and a  band will be in attendance during  the regatta. The bylaws of the  club were submitted aud adopted.  HAD FIRST-RATE SUCCESS  __��  TELEPHONE 27  HI.    BTBRS   <fe   OO  PAINTS, OILS f\ND CLASS.  GARDEN   TOOLS.  REFRIGERATORS  POULTRY  NETTING  Storo, Cornor Baker und Josoplilne Stiee  RUBBER AKD COTTON HOSE.  Sole   Agents   for   Giant   Powder   Company    and   Truax   Automatic   Ore   Cars.  JSTIEICSOIN"  STORES   AT  KASLO  s^_\-isriDoisr  McDonald a quarter interest in the  Dewey mineral claim, located about  a mile from Ymir and adjoining the  Red Eagle.  PERSONAL.  Another Committee Reports.  The sub-committee of the finance  committee, who were appointed to  look ��� after the wholesale houses,  banks, and corporations, were only  out two hours1 yesterday and succeeded in raising $400 towards the  Dominion Day celebration fund.  The members of the committee  (Messrs. Starkey, Chapman aiid  Criddle) say they had no rebuffs,  and they expect to do as well as  the sub-committee who are looking  after the retail dealers and professional men. The canvass wil_.be  continued today. Tlie following  are the subscribers and the amounts  subscribed :  Nolson Electric Tram way Co 5 ,10 00  Bank of Montreal.-  25 00  (.'aiiadinn Dank of Commerce  25 00  Imperial Bank of Cumda  25 00  A. Alacnoimlfl & Co  25 00  Thorpe & Co , 1-iiiliiiccl  25 00  J. V. Grillin & Co.-.  25 00  The tfrackmiiii-lvcr Milling Oo  25 (10  Ciilifoi'iii.a Wine Co  25 00  II  J. KVHIIK& Co  25 00  Ktarkey & Company  25 00  Hyde, Titsworth & Co  20 (-0  Turner. Beaton & Co  Ti 00  S S. Kowlor '.  10 00  William Dowiiio  10 IK)  Koolonay Cigar Co  10 00  Itoyal Bank of Canada  5 00  Kootonay Klcctric Supply & Construction.  Company  10 00  Koolonay Supply Co, Limited  10 00  TV. II. Brandon  of   Silverton  is  stopping at tho Home,  Dr. G. M. Poster of Greenwood is  repristered at the Phair.  C. W. Harrington arid W. E. Boie  of Slocan City are at the Hume.  '  E. D. J. Hughes of Chicago and  Thomas S. James of Slocan City are registered at  the Tremont.  Mrs. Thomas M.  Ward  left last  night for a trip to Montreal, where she will visit  with relatives until fall.  Alex McQueen of   Grand Forks,  traveler for Titsworth & Company of. this city,  is spending a few days in Nel-on.  James    Goodyear  of    Cody and  Wiliam ClafTy of Erie wero among those registered at the Madden last evening.  Colin C. Brown of Rossland, M.  Miller of Grand Forks' O. C. McPherson of  Powder Point, ��nd A. W. Boyd of Erie were  among tho guests registered at tho Queen's last  evening. 7.7  J. K. Clark of ]SIew Denver, C. P.  Hill of Kitchener. G. B. Atkinson of the Athabasca mine, John L. Itetallack of Spokuno. aud  Samuel L. Long ot tho Trail smelter are among  tho mining men registered at tho Phair.  Canckixation  NOTICE.  OK   Keskkvation,  DlSTltlCT.  KOOTKXAY  Total $400 00  Previously reported  -133 50  Lawrence Hardware Co '    25 00  Total, so far".  ...$858 50  Baseball Club Organized.  The baseball enthusiasts met last  evening in the parlors  of the Tremont, for the purpose of perfecting  the organization of the club for the  =.coniing=season.=Dr.=Dohei'ty=occu^  pied the chair, and after a few remarks as to the nature of the assembly, drew the attention of the  meeting to the value of   a clean,  sporting organization of this nature  to the young men of the town, and  as an advertising medium..'of the  city's interests in the surrounding  communities, concluding by asking  the liberal and tolerant support of  all citizens.   The election of oflicers  resulted as follows: Honorable presidents, mayor Fletcher and   John  Houston, M.  P.P.;   president, Dr,  Doherty;   vice president, Dr. Armstrong;    manager    and    secretary  treasurer, John J. Malone;   captain,  Harry Houston;   executive committee���Chas.  II. Ink, James McPhee,  James McDonald,  J. Ronald Campbell, James Neelands and George H.  Eacrett.     The burden of tlie work  and consequent success of the club  for the season has fallen upon good  shoulders, in  the person  of ex-alderman Malone, and the boys are to  be congratulated in securing his interest,   which   will   insure    clean,  sportsmanlike ball,  as  Nelson  has  always witnessed in the past.  MINING   RECORDS.  Town locations were recorded at  the Nelson record oflice yesterday.  Odcar Anderson recorded the Cracker Jack, on Tennessee mountain,  near Ymir; Chris Creamer recorded  the Greenwood in the same vicinity; George Bail lard recorded the  Hard Up on the C. and K. road, opposite the .1!) mile post and the Helvetia adjoining the Hard Up.  Certificates of work were issued  to Jens Olson on the Sunset and to  Andy Jensen on the Lake City.  One of bill of sale was recorded,  G. L. Carey transferring to Edward  "M"OTICE ii hereby given that tho reservation  J-' placed on that particular parcel bf -land,  which may be described as commencing,.at Uu>  northeast. cornor of Towmhip (8a) Wight A,  Kootenay District, which is also the norlheatt  corner of Block 12, granted to the Nelsou aud  Kort. Sheppard ICailway Company by Crown  grant dated 8th March, 18i).'��; thence'duo east 10  miles; thoncc due south to (he Internalional  Bouutmry ; Uiot.cc duo west along said boundary  1G miles; tlionco north lo the place of commencement, notice whereof was published' in tho  Biitish Columbia Gazotto, and 'dated 7ih May,  1S!K1, is hereby rescinded.  W. S. GORE.  Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works.  Lands und Works Department,'  Victoria, B.C.. 23rd May, 1901.  "city of nelson.  Notice is herehy given that the first sitting of  Ihe Annual Court of Revision of tho Municipality of Ihe City of Nelson will bo hold iu llio  Council Chamber ut tho city ollicos, Nelson, ou  Wednesday, tho 10th day of July next,, at" 10  o'clock, a.m., for tho purpose of hearing, complaints against tho assessment as made by tho  assessor, and for revising, aud correcting the  assessment roll. '���'���  J. K. STRACHAN, City Clork.  Nolson, B. C, May 28th, 1<X)1.  BOTIOEL  I horoby give notice that Mr, M. McNieol.  recently of Nelson, has no authority to represent  the London'and Lincolnt-hirO Lifo Assurance  Company or to collect any payments duo lo said  company. A. BOOTH,  General Agent for tho London and Lincolnshire  Life Afsuranco Company  Nelson. B. C, May 18th. HUI.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT  CO-OWNER  To J011N.T. McANUiiKWsor to any person or por-  - sons to whom  lie may have transferred his  intorest in thcltlack Diamond Mineral Uhiiin,  situate  on   tho  north sido  of Boar Creek,  =about threosmiles=from-tho=town=of���Yuiii-^  lying  south of and adjoining tho   Kvontng  blar Mineral Claim, Nelson Alining Division  of West-ICootonay ntstiiet, and recorded iu  the recorder's olllce for tho Nolson Mining  Division.  You and each of you aro horeby not I (led that I  have expended Two Hundred and Twelve dollars  and Twenty-llvo cents ($'212.25) iu labor and improvements upon I he above mentioned mineral  claim in order to hold said mineral claim under  the provisions of tho Mineral Act. and if within  ninety days from the date of this notice you fail  or refuso to contribute your proportion of such  expenditures together with all cosIh of advertising your intorools in .'aid claims will become tho  property of tho subscriber under seel ion 4 of an  Act entitled  "An Act to Amend the Mineral  Act. 1SKI0." JOHN DKAN.  Datod at Nelaon this 27th day of April, 11X11.  IVjadson's  Clearing  Sale .  IS STILL ON  m  The results that I have obtained  since advertising my discontinuance  iu business have,been most satisfactory. The great variety of my  stock of clothing and gents' furnishings, with all prices marked in  plain figures, has proven an irresistible factor iu securing sales.  Those who have not taken advantage of my reductions should  call and compare prices and quotations with those offered in auy  other store in the city. Everything  is offered at eastern wholesale cost.  THE0  MADSON  Baker Street. Nelson,,B. C.:  NELSON CLOTHING HOUSE  NO.   219   BAKBK   STREET,   NELSON.  BOOTSI       BOOTS I       BOOTS!  For a few days only we will hold a slaughtering  discount sale of boots and shoes.  NEW FIRM  NEW GOODS  PR!CES0RIGHT  J. G. BUNYAN   & ���0.  FURNITURE   DEALERS.  Have opened up the newest and  most  of Furniture ever displayed in Nelson.  up to date stock  Call and see our  Ladies' Dressing Tables.  China Closets        Parlor Suites        Roll Top Desks  Secretarys  Side Boards  Bedroom Suites  Typewriting Desks, Iron Beds, Etc.  Wnrt Bakor Street  Nelson, B. C.  J. G. BUNYAN & CO.  tumi .���mm :ujj_H>grm��-  IT WILL PAY YOU Ti  That   our' fountain   supplies    the  richest drinks in the city.    Our flavors  and experience can produce.     Our syrups  arc  true fruit, and our ice cream from pure cream.  choicest,   coolest,  are   the best that  made  from  and  skill  the  COME AND TRY FOR YOURSELF.  W. F.  VICTORIA   BLOCK  L & CO.  NELSON,   B. C.  FISHING TACKLE  IS NOT A NEW VENTURE WITH US.  We know your wants and have what you need. Our line is  too large to enumerate, but a call will convince you that it is  the most complete in the city.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  Imonrtera nnd Dealors ln Shelf and')Heavy Hardware.  OLD SETTLERS' NEW MAPLE SYRUP  THB   33__ST   _v��.A.:D__  THIS   SPRING'S   SYRUP    IN    QUART,    HALF   GALLON   AND  GALLON    CANS.  Hmibton Block, Bakor Street.  Telephone 101..     ��*. O. Box 176.  A. IRVING & CO.  ROSSLAND   EINGUNEERUNQ   WORKS  CUNLIPFE  &  MCMILLAN  Founders.  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  OBB OARS.���Tliis is our siiccinll.v. Wo make I hi; 1��psI. ore r.iiv on Uio market, and sell them as  fii.it ns w��i o' 11 mako l.lu'in.    Wrilo us for references and full purlieulats.  SECOND HANI') MAX'-H IN KKY KOR SA.LK.���One (ill H. P. roi urn tubular boiler, 5-1(1 shell, i heads,  82 S-lluK.". Teslod* to ISO pounds ������old wnlor ini'smre; IM fl, heavy 110 smokestack and nil (lltimtn  complete. Ono '.1x12 horizontal flido vulvo ciikIhu. One 2S 11. P. locomotive typo boiler, with  engine ntl��cherl.  WANTlOn.���TwoS or'1 drill air compressors; two small hoists, alioub Ifi II, P.; small boilers, 15 to  25 H. P.   Must boin Koodcondiljon,  P.   O.   Box 19S. THIRD  AVENUE.   ROSSLAND.  STRAG  PLUMBERS.  GOOD GOODS.  KBASONABL PRICES  Wil] crA] at your residence or place  of business witli catalogues and  prices anytime if dropped aposfceard,  OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE.  NELSON, B. 0

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