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Array '��BSSB��&'iSs2SS?(8e'8^^  Mineral Production, of British Columbia In  $16,407,645  Mineral Produotlon of Kootenay ir\ 1900  $10,562,032  %  NINTH YEAR.  NELSON, B. C, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 10,  1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  REGATTA WAS A SUCCESS  WINTER'S   CREW   PROVED   EASY  WINNERS.  Nelson Evinces a Lively Interest in  Rowing Which Promises  Well  for the Present Season.  Saturday's regatta of the Nelson  Boat Club was by far the most  successful event of tho kind ever  pulled off in Nelson, both in respect  to the contests which it brought  out and the interest shown by the  public in ifc, and it can scarcely be  set down as presuming too much to  say that the foundation has  been  ���- laid in,Nelson for  a very  healthy  boating organization.  Tliis in itself will be ample reward for thoso who have sacrificed  so much of their time to stimulate  interest in rowing. In Saturday's  regatta there was ample evidence  that tho people of Nelaon were  willing tp interest themselves in the  boat club, not as tho organization  of a few who inclined to this form  of recreation, but as a Nelson  organization, representative of the  city's rowing talent. This is all  that is necessary because it will  mean an extended membership and  a healthy condition of club 'finances,  which will permit the building of a  club house worthy of the name,  wi th conveniences for those who  row and for those who don't, as  well as new boats. .-Nelson'has not  the difficulties to contend with in  this respect which confronted the  cityof Winnipeg,-and-there is no  icason why like Winnipeg Nelson  .vhould not be represented in every  regatta along the Pacific coast.  Another very encouraging feature of Saturday's regatta '.was'-the  number  of now  men  rowing  this  ��� season,' several ^bf   whom  promise''  well.    Tliis will enable the entry of  senior and junior fours in the July  regatta, when an even  better program may be expected.  W. A. Fraser, bow  ,1. A; X'Hvpoi't  I 'rnesr, Moyors  U <J. HodKi), slroko  J. U. Hunyan,bo',v  1). McNioliol  McLtiuKhlih  b'rank Fletcher, stroke  Tlio first event oh tho card was  the preliminary heat between the  Hodge and Fletcher crews, and in  view of the game race which the  mayor put up on the previous evening, he had the best wishes of a  host of admirers, although it was  generally conceded in the club  house that lie was up against it  when Hodge and his men swept  down the course. Archie Johnson  got the crews off well and Hodge  hit up a lively clip from the start,  ���jhoying^his   boat   rapidljrto  the  froub. The Fletcher crew pub all  their energy into the work, but  they could not hold their rivals  level. When half the distance had  been covered Hodge had a good  length the best of it, whicli he  increased at the finish to something  over two. The cioavs were started  .short in this heat and no time was  taken. _______  .1. Holmo", how If. <���. MeFarland, bow  O.'Nauu C. Dunn  1". V. Mason A. .1. Fisher  W. .f. Heiivon.stroke It. \V. Day, stroko  This heat brought out a very  pretty finish although tho time was  slow. Day gob away firsb but the  Beaven crew were coining strong  and ab the half were on even terms.  Then the nose of the Beaven boat  began to show in front. Day tried  to spurb when wibhiu a few yards  of bhe finish, but there was little  life in the effort, and the Beaven  crew finished fresh with something  over three feet to the good. Timo  2.5 1-5.  Tt. Striilia-*, bow  7,. Aulti  l'. A. JVTaorao  C. 11. Winter, .stioko  O. Ci. Mills, bow  Frank Clarke  K. W. Matthew!*  J. St. Hedley, stroke  The Winter crew had this heat  from the start. They got away  first and set an easy pace to the  linishing line going over some two  lengths in the lead.    Time 2.17 1-5.  Jt. W. Seatle. bow H. I', .lames, bow  K. I'. Tuck -JI. Mat-Heath  U. >S. Sninervil'o .1. Wilkinson  K, V. .Thomson, stroke J. W. Fordo, stroke  This developed a good race with  an exciting finish. Forde was on  the alert for the'word and had his  boat well under way before Thorn-  won got down to work. For tho  first half Forde held about a length  over Thomson, bub could not add to  it. Thomson spurted when opposite  fche house boats and shot over the  line   with  two feet   to  the  good.  Time 2:15.   The first heat in the semi-finals  resulted in the ouly disappointment  of the day. Jt was between the  Beaven and Hodge crews, but the  boys they had steering could not  keep their heads and two fouls resulted. The first foul occurred  when the boats had only gone some  100 yards and the starter brought  them back. They were seut off  again and were just settling into  the real contest over the last  quarter, being upon even terms  when the second foul occurred.  Hodge claimed the foul and the  judges awarded him the heat, thus  putting one of the green crews into  the final.  The second heat in tlie serai-finals  was between the Winter and Thomson crews and resulted in an easy  victory for Winter's men. Thomson's men rowed much better in  this heat than they did with the  Forde crew and cut a good slice off  their previous time, bub they could  not catch Winter who finished two  lengths ahead.    Time: 1.35 2-5.  Tliis put Winter and Hodge in  the final heat and brought out the  speediest contest of the day. There  was very little uncertainty as to  how the heat would go, and there  was no room for doubt from the  time the starter sent the crews  'away.until-Winter went over the  line with two lengths to the good.  The course in this heat was longer  than that of the Winter-Thomson  heat which accounts for the difference in time.    Time: 1.38 2-5.  Notes.  The steamer Moyie took in the  regatta. The It. M. It. band was on  board and enlivened the afternoon  with popular airs. The steamer  furnished the most comforbablo  arrangements for viewing the races  and was jiatronized by some 250  pleasure seekers.  G. C. Hodge says his crew were  handicapped in that thoy had only  a week in whicli to practice. He  has great faith in his crew, and says  that they will not take back water  from any other crew ou Dominion  ���Day.;.:"/';;'-;,''.';  Mayor Fletcher is of opinion that  two of the boys in his four have  the stuff in them that make oarsmen.  ACTIVITY ON THE BROOKLYN  Drifting and Crosscutting.  Phoenix, June 9.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���The opening of the  Brooklyn main shaft has gone on  steadily and has now reached the  850-foot level, where a crosscut east  has been started and is now in  about 30 feet. In the meantime  the drift at the 250-foot level southward toward the Idaho has been  progressing and is said to be still  good.' Every 25 or 50 feet a short  crosscut is mado to test the width  "of-the ore body; W'liileTjiTt-little"  can be learned as to values they  seem to be entirely satisfactory to  manager Breeu of the Dominion  Copper Company, owning the prop-'  erty. The Brooklyn has begun  using coal as fuel, bhe only other  mine in the'Boundary doing this  being tho B. C. mine in Summit  Camp. This fuel is used in the two  new SO-horse-power boilers, which  havo been in use several days and  which are giving excellent satisfaction. It had been hoped to have  a large new Brooklyn hoist in position before this, bub ib has nob yet  arrived.althoughithas been shipped  ���for some time by the manufacturers.  Tho main double compartment  shaft on the Idaho owned by the  same company has reached a depth  of 150 feet and crosscuts of 20 and  80 feet have been run at the 50 and  100 foot levels. Two 25 horse power  boilers in use for two or three years  on the Brooklyn have been taken  out of commission at that mine and  now are being moved to the Idaho,  where they furnish the additional  power needed at that property.  The extra locomotive boiler placed  on the Brooklyn three months ago  has also been dismantled and is  likely to be installed at the Stem-  winder for use on that property as  soon as operations are resumed  there. For some weeks the Bullock  diamond drill lias been boring in  the lower levels of the Brooklyn  and it is understood with satisfactory results. Ib will soon be  doing the same kind of work ou tho  Idaho to test the ore bodies of that  property. A force of men has been  busy several days sinking through  gravel to bed rock getting a place  ready for the diamond drillers to  begin.  YMIR'S WORKING EXPENSES  INTERESTING  FIGURES   FROM  A  DIVIDEND   PAYER.  Ore Averages Close Upon Nine Dollars  and,, Costs Less Than Five  Dollars to Produce.  The following figures are given as  the actual cost of working the Ymir  mine for the year 1900. They are  interesting, for they show how a  low-grade ore can be worked  profitably:  PRODUCE OF THE MI VE.  MillinR ore stopod   Milling ore from shaf t.'   CJrnde galena ore   Oro milled   Crude ore shipped   Total milled and shipped   Tons.   4I.R43    1,33')         83   42,fi(i0   83  .......42,713  VALUE OF PRODUCT.  Ainonot.  Gross val��o o? cold aiid silver bullion.. ?2.r>l,093 80  Oro*-.value of concentrates.   119 407 13  Gros'value of crude ore ���     6,040 10  COMPARATIVE VALUES.  .-������������"'  Ounces.  Gold bullion .'..' .....13.584  Silver bullion 4f>,8a!)i  Pounds of lead in concentrates and crude  ore, 1,301,9��i.  Avernjje value of ore.. ��� ��8 88  COSTS RER TON' (12,743 TONS.)  MINING.  Labor.  Sloping ..:..... S1.4483  "Development;   0.2425  Repairs ..., '. 0 0187  Other  Charges.  $0,351)1  (1.0570  0.0143  Totals.  $1.8043  0.2915  0.0329  ToUls.  Operation..  Repairs   Totals.  ....��1.7095  MILLING.  Labor.   SO.SCTO  $0.4274      ��2.13157  ....  (1.1823   S0.5MJ3  TRAMWAY.  Labor.   S 11.707  .... O.OOSXi  Other  Cha'-ges.  SO 2JI3''  0 0573  Totals.  SO.Cfr'O  0.2398  ��0.3505      S0.8-96  Other  Charaes.  $1 0010  0.0202  .$0.0803       $0 0212  Operation   Repairs   Totals   "Other than No. 10 adit, and Ymir -huff.  SACKING  AM) TKA.VSl'OI'T TO Y.MIlt ST  Other  Labor.    Charges.  $0.03.10      $0.1027  Kxpress, freight and smelling   OKI'ICK, ASSAYING,  KT'*.  Salaries   Telegrams and postage   Assaying   Ollli'O supplies '   Traveling   CONTINGENT.  Exchange   Insurance    Legal charges ..  Taxes........���  General...   Tota's.  $0.0797  0.02HO  ��0.107(5  ATrON.  Totals.  $0.2027  . .SO.'HKJl  .$0.1558  . 0.0138  . IMU3I  . 0.(H'73  .  0.0278  $0.21!'8  .$0.0091  . 0.038(5  . 0.IKH1  . 0.1002  "  0.1327  . $0.2837  SUMMARY. -  Cost  Amount. per ton.  Mining . $ 91.327 48 S2.1307  Milling     38,451 ��3 n.8'J9t)  Tramway  ���     4,507 2!) 0.H>7(i  Transport, fitc      8.B02 44 0 2-127  Salaries and olllce .........     9.397 24 0.2198  Contingent and general....    12,125 Oil 0.2837  Freight and smelting..;...    42,319 04 O.WiHJl  Total  .$200,880 51 $4.8102  0. W. Harrington, who has charge  of the development of the ,V. & M.  property in the Slocan lake district,  was in Nelson yesterday. The  V. & M. has been ��� opened up by a  series of eight tunnels varying in^  "leligTir"frohT25T6~l00^fe��tluKrMr7  Harrington is novv figuring on  putting in a water plant for power  purposes. The ledge varies from  IS inches tn six feet and carries a  dry ore with silver and gold values,  returns from which give an indicated value of 100 ounces silver and  from $12 to $15 in gold. As soon  as the water power is installed  shipments will be made from the  property.  The New Boundary Line.  Wi i atcom , Wash., June 9.���Former chief justice of the Washington  supreme court Escott, who is heavily interested in tho Mount Baker  mining district, when shown the  dispatches relative to claim jumping in that district, also one from  Ottawa stating that the survey  could not have been completed by  this time said: "The monument  popularly supposed ,-t.o designate  the line was discovered to have  been an observation post, the line  really passing some 3400 feet south.  The only claims affected by this  discovery were the Golded Star and  Golden Chariot groups. When the  question was first raised as to where  tlie line runs, all the officers of the  claims under American laws relocated them" under the laws of Canada, leaving absolutely no chance  for claim jumping."  Conditions More Hopeful.  Washington, D. C, Juno 9.���Mrs.  McKinley's physicians have issued  the following bulletin : "Mrs. McKinley's illness has been a blood infection resulting from periostitis of  the index finger (felon), which began iu Los Angeles and which was  promptly treated by incision.    The  subsequent condition of exhaustion  was due to the same blood infection  associated with a severe diarrhoea.  She improved, however, and was  brought homo in comfort and without loss of stn n^th. The principal  cause of anxiety in her case since  her arrival in Washington has been  acute endocarditis (inflammation of  the lining membrane of the hearl),  involving the mitral valve, the result of the same blood infection.  This does not appear to bB progressive and there has been an improvement in the diarrhoea and in  her general condition. Mrs. McKinley's case at the. present time  presents a more hopeful aspect."  Desecrating Chinese Graves.  New York, June 9.���Chinamen  in Washington are stirred up over  the discovery that graves in the  Chinese plot in the congressional  cemetery have' been desecrated.  Nelson EL Adams has written to the  district commissioners calling their  attention to the affair, according to  a special from Washington to the  Times. Mr. Adams in his letter  says: "My. attention has been  called by my Chinese friends to the  desecration of the graves aud tombstones of their deceased countrymen in their purchased lot in the  congressional . cemetery. Tombstones have been daubed with axle  grease or similar substances and  graves desecrated in a most iu-  decent manner. These people have  a fervent veneration for the dead,  and are unable to "account for such  dastardly acts ih' a land of Christianity, civilization and enlight-  ment. I ask that the matter be in-  veatigated."  COURT IS HELD IN A GROVE  REMARKABLE SCENE AT A MISSOURI MURDER TRIAL.  Two   Thousand   Spectators   Form   a  Circle   Around -the  Judge  and  Prisoners.  ^^.-A. ^.~  GaIjENA, Mo., June 9.���An unusual scene is presented here at the  preliminary hearing of Mrs. John  Stallion, her father, James Crab-  tree, and his two sons, Frank and  Charles Crabtree, for the murder of  Alice Stallion, the woman's 10-year-  old stepdaughter. The hearing is  being held in a grove, the two  judges sitting at a table under a  tree and two thousand people  attracted from points for miles  around forming a circle about the  court and defendants. Notwithstanding no overt act has-yet. been  attempted threats have been made  against the . Crabtrees and the  =county-officials=are=taking=alI=the=  precautions at their command to  protect the prisoners. It has beeu  decided to exhume the body of the  girl that/it may be examined to investigate a theory of the county  prosecutor that a criminal assault  was made upon her by one or both  of the Crabtree boys.  Retnrn of Chinese Court.  Phicin, June 9.���The Chinese express great satisfaction at the announcement of tho intention of tho  court to return to l'ekin in September. All foreign troops with the  exception of legation guards aro  expected to withdraw ere the middle  of the month, the only troops not  already under orders of withdrawal  being the Japanese, whose government is sending reliefs. It is said,  however, at the Japanese legation  that when Japan is absolutely certain the other powers areevacuating  her own troops can be withdrawn  on two days' notice. General Voyron, the French commander, has instructions to leave oue brigade for  service in China and the Freuch  transports are en route. The British will have completed their departure by the end of September.  Trying to Raise Money.  New York, June 9.���The Rev. H.  D. Von Brockhuzen of Pretoria,  South Africa, the minister who  closed the volksraad with prayer  after president Kruger's ultimatum  had been read to that body, is in  this city. His brother, Dr. Von  Brockhuzen of the Orange Free  State, who served in the Boer army,  accompanies him. Their mission in  this country is to raise money for  the Boer women and children novv  in refuge camps.  MRS. BOTHA IN  ENGLAND  SPECULATION    IN    LONDON    AS  TO   HER   MISSION,  She Befusea to Be Interviewed and the  Knowing Ones Advance all Man-  ner'of Theories���Ford's Gossip.  New York, June 9.���I. N. Ford,  correspondent   of   the   New York  Tribune, cables as follows:   The arrival of Mrs. Louis Botha in London has been the signal for a revival of peace rumors.    She speaks  English well and has informed reporters here and at Southampton  that she has no communication to  make respecting her mission.   Mr.  Fischer, who  accompanies   her, is  very emphatic in refusing to impart any information.   They had  nothing to say to their fellow passengers during the voyage from the  Cape.   They met one or two sympathizers when the ship reached the  dock   and   drove quietly to their  lodgings from the station,  taking  pains to conceal their address.   The  rumor mongers have little but sheer  guess work to go upon  when they  draw   the inference that she has  come to Loudon to deliver messages  and proposals from her husband respecting the suspension of hostilities, and that as soon as she lias consulted   with   lord   Salisbury    and  Mr.   Chamberlain,   she   will go  to  Holland and talk with  Mr. Kruger.  This  inference  is   natural  enough  and is the easiest possible guess,  and there the matter   ends.   For  there is no authority for any rumor  respecting the  disposition of   the  government to entertain any pro-  . posals.   Mr. Chamberlain and lord  Milner,  who  disagreed  ou  one  or  -.two points when at opposite ends  bf the cable, can  now talk across  the table and their decision will be  final.    Mrs. Botha'is a grim-looking  woman with an earnest face and a  quiet manner.    Military men  and  members of paiiiame.nt  have  little  faith iu the success of  her mission.  They assert that the Boer rally in  the     Transvaal     will     encourage  Kruger and Leyds to offer strenuous resistance to general Botha's  propositions, and that  the sudden  revival   of   rumors    of    European  intervention is early proof of  their  non-acquiescence      in     premature  peace-making.      They   also  apprehend that  the main object of the  appearance of Mrs. Botha and  Mr.  Fischer   in   England   is   to   make  futile   aggression  and   revive   the  pro-Boer  agitation in  and  out of  parliament.    Continental Matters.���   The preliminary reports of the  census of Ireland reveals a decrease  of live per cent during the decade.  The decline is distributed evenly  through the counties with a few  notable exceptions.  The continental horizon is not  obscured by clouds in any quarter,  for the negotiation between Madrid  aud Paris is merely ablack spot floating before the eye of the alarmist  correspondent. Europe has leisure  for taking a complete inventory of  the job lot of China policies in  which it has been trafficking for  twelve months. The allied armies  are in full retreat and there is relief in every capital over Count  Von Waldersee's retirement and tho  ending of a bad game of European  diplomacy. Veterans who have spent  a life time in China in the consular  or the diplomatic service shake their  heads and declare that the mandarins will be more dangerous than  ever before, for they have lost  neither prestige nor political  authority and have worn out tlie  patience of Europe and have proved  that while they cannot fight the  armies of civilized nations they are  invincible when they retreat and  bide their time. The powers have,  indeed, expended $250,000,000 without securing anything but placing  the empress again in the saddle and  demonstrating the incapacity of  the concert as au executive and administrative agency. The reflections  of British moralists are tinged with  bitterness. They perceive that the  Anglo-German agreement has not  been serviceable to England, that  the concert cannot be tuned up  for any future emergency, that  every nation will act for itself and  that   the   employment of   Indian  troops in connection with armies is  impracticable.  In Society Circles.  The black and white season is  still tinged with melancholy. Queen  Alexandra and princess Victoria  have lightened their mourning, but  continue to wear long black veils  and bands of white at the throat  and wrist. They set the style and  while the West End is crowded and  parliament is in session, there is no  real gaity outside of the restaurants.  The feeble attempt made by a few  fashionable hostesses with marriageable daughters to bring on dinner  dances have flickered out. The  Ascot is the last hope and there is  a great rush for inclosure tickets,  but it will not be a royal Ascot and  applicants for the lord chamber-  laiu's favors are warned that half  mourning will be required for the  priviledged ground. The opera remains a dieary study in black and  white. Covent Garden is crowded  nightly, for there is little else for  the world of fashion this season,  and there are brilliant scenes at the  restaurants after the final fall of  the curtain.  The king and queen are taking  great interest in the alterations,  both at Windsor and at Buckingham palace, which are not likely to  be completed before January. The  king's health is-good and he is alert  and businesslike: in 'managing all  affairs of state. His next function  will be the reception of the special  embassy sent by the sultan of  Morocco. Many, details of this  ceremony. will require tact and  flexibility, but the king excels in  such matters, and like queen Victoria, before him, seems to know  instinctively what to do. Some  attempts have been made to  exaggerate the political importance  of this embassy, and to drag in the  question of the French protectorate  of Morocco. King Edward is too  wary a diplomatist to be entrapped  by Oriental wiles.  Wood Workers to Strike.  Chicago, June 9.���Members of  the Amalgamated Wood Workers  Union at a meeting tonight decided  to go on strike July 1st if' their "demand for a minimum scale of wages  of 25 cents an hour and a nine-hour-  day should not be granted. About  2000 men are affected.  EASTERN CANADIAN NEWS  Wired in Brief.  TORONTO, S.���Captain. Duncan  Clark, for 25 years captain on the  Richelieu & Ontario Navigation  Company's steamers, is dead.  TORONTO, 8.���The degree of  LL. D. was conferred upon lord  Minto and Dr. Louis Frechette by  the Toronto University yesterday.  HALIFAX, N!"S., 8.���Joseph Marshall, 45-years old, was sentenced to  two years in Dorchester and 30  lashes yesterday by judge Forbes  fotcriminaLassault-on=a=young=girl.=  BERLIN", Out., S.���George Liclit,  27 years old, a son of Fred Licht of  Roseville, committed suicide Thursday by hanging himself in his  father's barn. He had been acting  strangely for a week or two.  MONTREAL, 9.���Final results in  the medical faculty of McGill were  announced Saturday. The following Pacific Coast students graduated: A. L. Kendall, Vancouver;  A. ' D. Morgan, Nanaimo; W. E.  Newcombe, Vancouver; and L, H.  Redon, Victoria.  TORONTO, 8.���At Saturday's  session of the International Machinists' Association a resolution was  passed relative to the declaration  issued by the National Metal Trades  Association and hurling back defiance. "AVe never will accept any  modification of our demands or resume labor until the cause for which  we struggle is triumphant and a  shorter work day is au accomplished  fact."          A Chinese Reformer.  San Francisco, June 9.���Su Sliih  Chin, the Chinese reform leader,  against whose landing minister Wu  and consul-general Ho Yow had  filed a protest on the ground that  Su had obtained by fraud the passport upon which he was allowed to  land, has been arrested on an order  from Washington. Consul Ho Yow  claims that Su is one of the leaders  of the revolutionary party.  Drowned in the Mississippi.  Dubuque, Iowa, June 9.���A boat  containing Vive persons returning  from a fishing trip, was upset during a storm ou the Mississippi here  today. Julius Gooderain and wife  and Mrs. Nicholas Kalle were  drowned.  GAR OF DYNAMITE EXPLODES  TERRIBLE     ACCIDENT     ON    AN  EASTERN   RAILROAD.  Portions of Human Bodies Blown Half  a Mile From the Scene of  , the Wreck.  Bigmhampton, N. Y., June 9.���  Five men were killed aiid seven injured in last night's terrible wreck  at Vesta, .when a car loaded with  dynamite exploded.   The dead are:  John P. Kelly, head brakeman wildcat freight:   S. R.  Polhemus, conductor  train  No  01 ;    Elmer   Polhemus, trainman train No. 01; John  Coulter,     fireman,     first    wildcat  freight.    Many of those   who were  thought   to   be   fatally  hurt  last  night recovered^frorn the concussion  aud   today   figure   in   the list of ���  slightly   hurt.      All   through   the  early morning  hours   the rescuers  toiled about and among the burning  freight cars at the scene of the explosion, but it was hot until   late  this afternoon that portions of   the  last  dismembered  body  to  be accounted    for    were   discovered   a  quarter of a mile from where the  explosion occurred, while the tracks  ,  of the Delaware, -Lackawanna  and  Western railroad  were ' completely  blocked until far past midday.  ��� Both    trains    were    completely  wrecked   and   the  engiues  of  the  wildcat freight, which  ran into the -'  rear of train  No.  01,  which   was  taking   water   at   the    time    and  which   carried   the   fatal    car   of  dynamite,  were  reduced  to  scrap'  iron, pieces of   which   have- been  -  picked up" at  a distance of  half a '"  mile away.  Aside from the damage  to  railroad property/ much minor  damage is  reported.    Nearly every   '  house in the villages of Vesta and  Union, whicli is across the-Susque-  hanna from the wreck, lost more or  -  less of its window glass, while farm  houses and  barns  near  the  scene. -'  were badly shattered.    None of the  inmates, however, were injured.  Philippine Affairs.  Manila, June 9.���A dispatch received here yesterday saying the  Philippine tariff was to stand until  the new tariff being framed in  Washington should be put in force  has dissipated the excitement ���  occasioned by colonel Edwards*  Washington dispatch indicating  the abolition of the Philippine  tariff. Collector Smith's annual  report will show that the amount  in gold duties collected is as follows: Imports for the 32 months of  the American occupation are $14,-  315,000; exports $1,098,250. The  tottil values of the_im_ports_and ex-  ^oTt^aml^lTeTotals^of-tlTe~~duties  and tonnage are almost double as  compared with the average of any  decade during the Spanish regime.  The total number of immigrants  arriving at Manila from July to  Noveniber, 1900, was 0320, of whom *  507 were females. Of tho total  number who arrived 3590 had been  iu tho Philippines before, 3031  could neither read nor write and  1507 brought $30 or more in money.  Of the total number arriving during said period 447L were Chinese,  591 Americans, 215 Spaniards, 144  Knglisli and 82 Japs.  Lawson's Yacht Is Speedy.  Boston, J.inc 9.���The Independence had another sail in the bay  late this afternoon, and the breeze  being only moderate the big yacht  spread more canvas than has yet  been hoisted. The sea was smooth  and again she showed her wonderful reaching qualities, besides showing considerable ability in windward work.' Not only did she hold  well up to the breeze, keeping  within an average of three points,  but she footed quite fast and  tacked in the neighborhood of  twenty seconds. The trial was  confined to less than two hours of  actual sailing, most of the time  being spent on the wind or reaching, and as yet the yacht has not  been seut dead to leeward, it beiug  thought well to wait for the spiu-  naker and club topsails. There  was no accident today, barring: a  slight rent in the mainsail, which  rather hindered the setting of that  great piece of canvas. A stronger  cap was put on to the end of the  boom before the yacht went down  the harbor, and this delayed the  trial well along iu the afternoon,  ' . --*-*l  :.   'P  /    * i  '���si  'v 73- g  *X&1  ���   3l  *���' HrM  '7-&X  -'   15,   "  M  ' '-IM  ���.' j  !i  en ���---:.v������-.-���j^f^^^j^^^~.<wwrKv"^'a3as  si3K3*aas-��a-a**2Sss^^  THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1901  ��� *�����* ��  iv-  fj  Ul  p,  -to  jr.  |S*>>1  W  Ity*  II  te*  us  li  If  L-'  PS  s�� l  8*  t  Xtt  Xh  'v  N ���  If  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  STOCK TAKING  SALE  Our fi*csl yeq-- en tho  Sist of this month and in ord*r to re  duce our stocK as much as possible before th,en we offer th,e following ���'  SPECIAL    BARGAINS  UN) yards Fancy Prints, fnst colors, regular prioo 121c, now 10c.  :i:|ii ya'-d* Printed Cambric, regular prico 10c., now 7Jc.  i(W yurdx Fancy Silks, ns-orted, in stripes und checks, regular price from 50c. to  Si. now j our choic" for 50c  A small h-t of BUck Silk and Satin Blou=es, neatly tucked and lined, regular  price Slo, now $5; regular price ��12. now S(i.  EXTRAORDINARY   OFFER  AVe havo about twenty pieces of now and choice Costume Cloth on hand, in  fashionably shades and colors    Tho i-ngular price for a costume mado up from ���  i ho-e would be from S'.'o to S30.   Wo now oiler lo lei you make your own selection from those and wo will make you up a.costume to order, silk lined, for $20.  "We have a few of those nice Parisian Hats left and will sell them at largely  reduced prices.  THE HUDSOFSMT COMPANY  Baker   Street,  Nelson.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  q\  to  to  to  f^\  to  to  to  to  to  to  J)\  lft.y,<y.g>./j>,<j>.>j>.g.ijD>.j?.^.<-.^,^. .-i; ������_��� >a.-^���_&'-S���;��'-S,JSS'-ft'-&'4B^/i  ��he ��rtlntm  Mine -'managers, and more particularly managers of foreign companies, say that tbe system of taxation  in  this province  retards  the  mining industry.    One of the companies that makes complaint is the  Ymir Gold Mines, Limited.     The  management of this company make  very comprehensive reports to the  head office in London, and it is said  that their reports to the provincial  assessor and collector are models  that   might   be   adopted  to good  advantage    by    other    companies  operating in  Kootenay.    Last year  this compauy  mined  and  treated  42,743  tons  of ore, which  yielded  $379,012 in   gold and  silver.    The  total cost of mining, milling, transport, office salaries, taxes, etc., was  $206,880, which leaves an apparent  net profit of $172,732.   The taxes  paid the province totaled $42S1, or  ten cents a ton.    Tliis is 2i per cent  of tho met profits.     Suppose  the  Ymir miue had been taxed as  real  estate, the assessment being  based  on  the market price of the company's shares.    The shares are selling in London  at  $8, or  $1,000,000  for the mine.    Four-fifths of one  per cent (the rate of taxation on  real estate) on $1,000,000 is $12,800.  If paid promptly the rate is three-  fifths of one per cent; which would  be $9000 instead of $12,800.   Base  the assessment  on- 50 per cent of  the market value of the shares, and  the taxes would be $6400, or $4800  if paid promptly.    As it was, the  company paid $4281 in taxes.   This  does not appear  to be  an  unfair  proportion  to return to the province iii the way of taxes, and it  surely cannot be said to be so large  a percentage of the net profits as to  warrant the statement that its ex-  _action=and=payment=in=auy-=-way-  retards the industry of mining.  KODAKS,  CAMERAS AND  Tho best Kodads  aro mado by the  Kast man Kodak  Co. The most reliable       Cameras  PHOTO SUPPLIES ��'0i?of T*eny  ���=������ tho Rochester Op  tical Co. "We con  fine our stock to these makers' goeds because  they are the best and most satisfactory.   Our  PHOTO SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS  are also of the best. We keep Seeds and Stanley  Plate--, Mounts, Solar, Velox and Decko papers  ���in fact everything that, is required by tlio Pro-  fos*ional or Amateur Photographer, and oily  the best. The prices, too, arc tlie best possible  for tho customer.  THOMSOI STATIONERY CO. Ltd  in th'e running of the cars will be  made to take advantage of the  order. This Avill greatly improve  the service, as formerly the changes  necessary in going from one country  to the other were annoying to the  company as well as to the passengers.  A Haul of Crooks.  Chicago, June S.���In a room at  the rear of a saloon on Cottage  Grove avenue fitted with a maze of  wires, telegraph instruments and  all the paraphernalia necessary to  a well equipped pool room, chief of  police O'Neill and several detectives from the central station  arrested 25 men last night aud unearthed what they say was the  headquarters of a gang of the most  noted confidence men in the country. Those arrested were all taken  to the police station, where they  were booked on charges of conspiracy to defraud. Tho complainant  who will appear against them is S.  L. Seabrook, a traveling man, who  alleges he came near being a victim  of a swindle involving several  thousand dollars. Seabrook himself assisted the police in making  the laid.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Pianos to Runt.  NELSON, R. C.  The Lardeau Eagle is mistaken.  Tin* Trihune has not stated that  an opinion of a newspaper printed  in a one-horse town was valueless.  "What Tins Tribune did state was  .   that too many such papers "slated"  ' the legislature without having read  a single Act passed by that body.  The brightest papers published in  Uritish Columbia today aro printed  in one-horse towns. The Lardeau  Eagle, the Sandon Paystreak, and  ' the New Denver Ledge aro all  sparkling and newsy ; so far ahead  of the other weeklies in tho province  ��� that comparisons would be odious.  In fact, the press of the province  ince is badly in need of new blood. A  dullness that is all-prevailing seems  to have settled permanently  in the  " .editorial offices of both the dailies  and the weeklies.  1    It   now   looks   as if  the  Great  Northern and Canadian Pacific had  made a deal -whereby the  Crow's  Nest Southern and its extension to  a   connection    with     the     Great  .Northern at Kalispell would not be  'built.      There   is  a   narrow-gauge  road,   called   the    Great   Falls   &  Canada,   between Lebhbridge, Al-  , berta,  and Great Falls,  Montana.  ���It crosses the Great Northern at a  place called Shelby Junction, which  is   about equi-distant from Leth  bridge and Great Falls. The Great  Northern, it is said, has purchased  the part of the road between Great  Falls and Shelby Junction, and it is  to be widened to a standard gauge.  If the part between Shelby Junction  and Lethbridge has passed into the  control of the Canadian Pacific, as  it lias been rumored it has, it also  will be made a staudard gauge.  This would be the most direct  route over which the Crow's Nest  coal could be hauled to smelter  points in Montana.  Last year the Ymir mine made a  profit of 17.2 per cent on the par  value of its share capital.. If it had  not paid ' the province a dollar in  the way of taxes, the profit would  have been 17.7 per cent. The 2 per  cent tax on the output of the mine  made a difference of just one-half  of one per cent in the amount of  the net return on the capital invested.      -   ���  Instead of wasting good money  in sending an unnecessary road  superintendent on wild-goose chases  through the province, the chief  commissioner of land and works  should be centering all his forcesjm^  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Offlco on Baker Streot, west of Stanloy Stroet)  NKLSON.  Grading: Outfit  FOR  SALE  TShat bridge that is to  acvoss the Fraser river  Westminster.  be  at  built  New  Acting uuder instructions from  R. "W. Day, as receiver for O'Leary  & Boie, the undersigned avill offer  for sale by public auction on  TUESDAY,   JUNE   llth,  At 3:30 o'clock, p. in.  On tlie Old Tennis Court on Victoria street, opposite St. Paul's  Church, a Complete Grading Outfit,  consisting of  12 Carts  I Studebaker Wagon  Quantity of Steel  Ropes, Chains, Bellows  Camp Range, Tarpaulins,Etc.  For further particulars apply to  CHARLES A. WATERMJJAJ-1 & CO.,  Terms Cash. Auctioneers.  Rooms 14 and 15, K. W. C. Blk.  The government has been outrageously swindled, in a small way,  by men who have been appointed  to issue miners' licenses, etc., on  commission. On the return to  Kootenay of chief inspector Goepel  a thorough investigation will be  had.  RKi'oitTS-from Victoria are that  Harry Helmcken is growing thin  through haunting tlie corridors of  the parliament building in the vain  hope of falling into the official  shoes of Hon. J. II. Turner.  Can Bun Cars Into Canada.  BuKKAho, June 8.���A short time  ago the International Traction  Company petitioned the commissioner - general of immigration  through inspectnr De Barry for permission to run its cars from the  United States into Canada and back  again without changing motormen  and conductors. The inspector investigated the petition and forwarded his report to the commissioner-general. A reply was received yesterday directing the inspector to notify the company that  it has the same privileges that the  Michigan Central, the Wabash and  the Grand Trunk railways enjoy  and that the petition is granted,  The company's superintendent, T.  E. Mitten, was accordingly notified  of tlie commissioner's decision and  in a short time the necessary change  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen poors  Windows  ������=Inside-JEinish���==  local and coast.  Flooring  looal and coast.  Newel Posts  *' ��� ������ Stair Bail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  ot all kinds.  Uf  WHAT TOU WANT 19 NOT IN HTOOK  WK WILL MAKK IT WOK YOD  CALL AND GKT PRICKS.  J. L Sayward  RAM, AND LAK5C BTIUlKTfl. NBLROI7  ^tan���'5��v ��� ?"!V ^.���*^.**����> ��.*?��" >-!��s ���^5��. ^<ev "*��&��� **"k ��� '������n*. **����>v. ***"*. *��^ ��� "^  ���jfl35*'^*B�� -<ae>>��ss> -ssj>^��'��j> -^35>^cst> -*��a>'<*��> -*<si��^t2fr -"t-j-"*-���<-'<#? s*tiB>*xgt? **%����  typr' 00 ' 00' 00 ' 00' 00 * 00' 00 ' 0*' 00' 00' 00 ' 00' 00' 00' 00 ' 00  f  K  li  zxxx:xxrxzzzzixzzzzzxxx2z:xzzzzzxizxxzzxxx  BUTTERICK  PATTERNS  ._vzzzzx_^zzzxzxzxxxz_zxv.-zjxxzxzxzzzzzzz\axzxi._  36 Baker Street, Nelson.  00 . 00 .00 . 00 .00 . 00 .00 . 0at> .00 . 00 .030 . 00 .00 .0& .00 .00 .0*0  4S0> ���mass- c&t^ &8>r <a2ar i��a��- <*s*��- ���*����' �����a*-' fotivwu*' *a��*'<ba*' f-"a��"tsa6��' js**' M  *<tak. ��� ><** ���'**< ��� ^aa* ��*��������. ���>��< -V-i*, ��� <"��*. ���*<!��* ��� ��i*v ���'-aifc. ���>����. '^aiitik ��� V��^ ������*���� ��� >*�� "^Vrt  ���,^xzzz-azzzzzxxzzzxzzxxzzzzzzzxzzxxzzx.azmi  [j      JUNE DELINEATOR  II NOW READY  ElzxizxiizxTiixzziznirjxixizizzsxzziixzzzxii  ouses  -A.T  'V^Ol&TDJdlZlJFTTXjTj'ir  JLO~V^   JPIRICZES  FINE WHITE LAWN WAISTS���A large range  of the prettiest styles shown this season,  trimmed in a variety of effects, with hemstitching, tucking, and embroidery or  lace   .$1.50 to $5.50  PERCALE SHIRT WAISTS  styles *.   -In all the  popular   75c to $2.00  BLACK   AND   COLORED   SILK    WAISTS ���We  have about twenty, made up in a variety  of styles and in values that, range from  $1.50 to $S to close out, marked down  your choice  .$2.50  WHITE LAWN WAISTS���Dressy waists-wifch  insertiugs, tucks or allover embroidery,  plain or pleated tucks $1 00 to $2.50  BLACK TAFFETA���Surplice front with tucked  or corded shield, also hemstitch or cluster  tucks, pnif, bishop or fancy sleeves, and  button finish $7,50 to $15  LIBERTY SILK WAISTS���Black and colored,  same style as above, conies in light blue,  old rose, cream and black $5.50  A FINE LINE OF MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR  jzzzz��zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz:t.:zzzzxzzzzzxzzzxzzij  NEW-  WASH  j! ��� VEILING [  zxzxz^zzzzzzzzzzrzzzrzzzzzzxzzzxzzzxzxzzzzf  36  Baker Street  :zzxiirixzzizizixiiiijx7zizjzi��jjxiiixzxiJ*;j  I" I  a MAIL ORDERS li  PROMPTLY ij  FILLED jj  TXZXIXXZZXXIZXIXIXIIZXrilXZIIIXITXXJXZXIISXl  ^Sf.00.  ^fc. ��� "*<���������* ���^fc. ��� '->��B��, ���**���*. ��� '"���"�����>��,  00 . 0* .00 . 00 .00  ��&-��!*������' &*"gl0 &*,90r 5*����  ^��i? ^��as5^i5jV ^eS^i* '^sS"*^ .VaiS^isS; '*o^-��a^ -*^iSr"*^ ^'5^'*l,i^ r^?J"^"'  00  *"*rtii��  ���"tat;. ^���.  '00' 00 ���  00-  00'  ��rt*S    ._.  00* 00  ��� 00.  ����*�� .  00  00' 00 ' 00'  ���"������������ ���  00'  00* 00 ���  00 .  r  KOOTENAY....  COFFEE CO.  Coffee Roasters  CBalers in Tea and Coffee  . 333 :-3*-33:-33S:*3:-2 6S& SS.&fcS-'fe Sefe  Wn aro ofTcrinK afc lowest prices tlio bent.  pradeH of Ceylon, India, China and Jauan  Tutu-.  Our Bes*, Mocha and Java CofTco, por  <       pound ...: $   40  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds    1 00  Choice Blend Cofl'ec, 4 pounds    IM  Spccinl Blond Cofl'ec, fl pounds    1 00  Rio Ulcnd Coffee, fi pounds  -1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound ���    30  on  an  Limited.  CHARLES  HILLYER, HARRY  HOUSTON,  President and General Manager. Secretary-Treasurer  All Communications to be addressed to either of the abovo  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE 00.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WESTIBAKER STREET, NELSON.  FOR SALE  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 STBFFT WHARF  MODERN  CONCENTRATOR  100 Tons Capacity.  LEDGERWOOD   HOIST  ELECTRIC SINKING PUMP  ONE PAIR 8-INCH and ONE  PAIR 16-INCH WATERWHEELS  And Other Plant.  TiSI>  grocers,  FOR PAKTIOULA11S APPLY TO  Revelstoke  Station, B.C.  P. 0. BOX 172  FISHING TACKLE  (LIMITED)  COIWKR OF  HKNUKVX ANiO VKRWON STK3CKTS  Wi'  1IAV10 THK   UKST  KLIKS  AND  UKST  IjKAPKKS   MAPIC.  THK  jM'innowH, .silver and koM and Phantoms  Silk   Ijincs  landing Nets  And a splendid lino of all flsliitiff requisites.  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-l White Pine Lumjber Always in  StocK-  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Saah and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  K.-W.-C. Block.  & BOOK 00.  Cornor Ward and Baker Ste  R. B. REILEY  (SUCCKSSOK TO H. D. ASHCROFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AND    W000   WORK**.*  EXPERT H0RSESH0EIHC.  WHOLESALE TRADE'  JERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  JTIHORPH & CO., LIMITED.���Corner Vornon  ��� and Coi'iar Htroow, Nelson, mauufactovors  nf and wholesalo dealers in ajralpil wAtcn* end  fruit Kyrupt. Solo agents for Iln-leyon Springs  mineral wator.   Tolpphono (SO.  ASSAYERS!; SUPPLIES.  WF. TKKTCEL & CO.-Cornor Baker and  ��� JoKcphinu si.roots, Nolson. vvhnlcoalodoal  o*m Id a'cayors supplios. Ayonis ��or Dative.  Klro Olav C-i. of Itouvcr,'.Colorado.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS]       T  HJ. I'lVANM & CO.���Balcor Htrceb, Nelson  ��� v,'holo;ia!o dealers iii liquors, cigars  oouieuli, flro brick and llro claypivator pipo and  riteo! rails, and Konoval' coramisi-ion iiiorchaats.  ELSOTSIOAL   SUPPLIES"  KOOTKN'A.V KLECI'lUC 'SUPPLY & CONS'! -P.UOTION COM PAN V-Wholesaledoal-  ors in tolophonos, annunciator*?, bolls, batteries,  lU-fcures. oIjj., Houston blook. Nolson.  "flour and feed.  ���ORACKMAN - KER MILLING COMPANY  XJ ���Cereals, Klonr, Grain, Hay. Htraicht or  7iilxed cars shipped to all Kootonay Polnta.  (1 rain olovators at all principal points on Calgary-  K(liitonu>D It, Ii. Mills at Victoria, New Weslj  tnini'tor, and Hdmontoo. Alhcrlii..   FUESH AND SALT MEATS.  BUKNS &   CO.-Bakor   stroet,   Nolson,  wholosale dealers in fresh and oured meats.  Cold s!orm*x\  ~    'GROCERIES.       ' -    .  ' '    :  ������ A MACDONALD & CO.-Cornor Kronti and  "*-*���- Hall stroots, wholesale grocors and  'obbsrs In blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  iaar.irtna*,-*3 and roJnorB's��iidrio"i. . ..'  ���jfT-OOTKNAY SUI'i'LY COMPANY, LLMI-  JJ��.   T!*T>���Vornon    street].   Nnlsmi.   wholosAla  I  TOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.���Front street. Nol  "    son, -tvholesalo Rrocora.  y. GRIFFIN & CO.���&Vo��B stroet, Nolsou  wholcwtfo   doi*,iBrs   In   provisions,   cured  mwits, butter ttiid>'*KS.  HARDWASE AND MIMIN& SUPPLIES.  'Pf BYJCKS & CO.���Corner Bakor and Josophlno  _~j^.^Bt.roets, ___f:olson.Avh'ilo^il ojdsal ors J n Ji:;rd-.-  ���vvur'j and liilnlii'; supplies.    A(?ont'' for (-llanli  Piv.vrtor Oo.  T AWUESNGK  �����-'   Bu.k��*r  St^,  TREMONT HOU  321 TO 331 BAKKR STKRRT, NI-IIjSON  MEALS 25 CENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated by Steam 25 Cents to S?  AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN  PLANS  BAKElt STKKKT, NELSON,  i>i&  se  Bakor and Ward,  Slxeetw, Nelson  Porto Rico Lumber Oo. Ltd.  Spocial attention given to all kinds of repairing  and custom work from ovisido points. Heavy  hnltis niacin to orrlor on shod notion.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby Kivon that I havo fhisday  purchased the plant, and cood will of tho  Kootenay. SI earn Laundry and will continue the  business under the same style and title.  aU accounts owinshy tho said ICootonay Steam  Laundry will be paid hy mo and all accounts duo  become payablo lo inc.  Koliciting a continuance of your valued  iiatronuKo. I remain, youn* truly.  Nelson, May 2nd, 1901. A. LARSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Largo comfortable bedrooms and  flrst-olasa  dlnlne-room. Sample roomB for commercial mon.  RATES $2 PER DAY  The only hotol In Nelson that hag I'omalnorE  uuder one 'iiaiun^emtii-.ti slnoo "fc'JO.  Tho bod-rooms ore well fnrnlBhed and lighted:  by oleotrlolty.  Tho bar is always stookod by the besb dom s-  tla and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMA8 MADDEN, Proprietor,  HAICDWAItK   'COMPANY  .  Niileou, wholosalo   dealers la  hardware and ruining snppHes, and wator nnd  plnmborfi'snpplios.  LIQffORS-AND~DH7~G0OOS!  TUBNKJt,   BEKTON & CO.-Cornor Vornon  and Josophlno streeta,  Nolson,  wholosalo  iloalors in U<;oors, clunrs and dry Ootids.   Aj-oiji;-* '  for Piibsti Urawtni? Co. of MHwaukee and Cal  ���Jfiury Browlnjr Co. of OnlKavy,  ~"SASK AND moitS.  ATHLSON SAW AND PLANlNtt MILLS.  ���'-�� LIMITlilD���Comer Froutiai-.dllaU ntr-'i;",*,  Nnlsou, niainjfrtijliiirors of and wholosalo de^'ora  In sash and doorsi aU kinds of factory ���wor.'' ronAo  tu order.  WINES AND "CIGARS.  --*ALI?OKNJA WINJB COMPANY. LIMI  v-�� TKD���Cornor Fronli and Hull HDraots, Nol  eon, wholosalo doalars In wines <casn and ImUc,  wn/l rtnmnMW/' ��in<* 'rrinnrfmrt n'srar**.  ARCHITECT.  A C. KWAItT���Architect;. Kooni 3 Aberdeen  -C3--   block, Baker street, Nelson.  R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEVOR  Corner Viotoria and Kontxnaay HfroetB.  P. O. V*/>r /MU. TKiLKPfSONI*! WO. ��/V  feee~��6t lunch  FROM 12 to 2 O'CLOCK  AT   THE  ATHABASCA   TODAY.  N|rs. E. C. Clarke, Prop.  LATH OS- TIIE BOY AI. HOTEL, (UXBABIT  J. H. MoMANUS, Manager  Bar stocked with host brands of wines, liquors,  and Cigars. Beer on draught-. Largo comfortable rcotui*.  Blratclags fable boa d,  Everybody   Welcome  ARTHUR.GEE  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  TRKMONT  HOTKL BLOCK.  Largo stock of high-class imported goods.   A  }po':Jalty  of   tho  oquaro   shoulder���the   latest)  sashlon Incoa's.  j- -5i��*X*"ia��.1ff .vs .a ��� mm  mmgg^&mm  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C, MONDAY, JOTE 10, 1901  ^SS��i  BAIK m i?iur<  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  RHST     7.000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. Georgo A. Drummoud V)ce-I*resident  IC. 3. Clopston General Manager  NKLSON BRANCH  Cornor Bakor and Kootenay Stroets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches In London (England) Nkw Yoitrc.  CurcAGO, aud all tho principal cities in Canada,  Buy and sell Sterling  Exchango and Cablo  Transfers.  Grant   Commorcial   and   Travolors'   Credits,  available in any part of tho world.  'Drafts Issued, Collections Mado, Kto.  From Various Sources.  PHILADELPHIA, S. ��� rtc is  ol'licieiiilly denied afc the office of  the prosident of tlio Pennsylvania  Railway that that company, has  jMirchased the Wheeling.and. Lake  Erie and the. Wabash railroads.  BOSTON, 8.���Thomas W. Lawson  today issued tlie following statement: "It now having been settled  that the Independence cannot take  part"in the cup defence, 1 will do  all I can to arrange as many races  as possible."  LONDON, a���Sir Francis Jcime  of the High Court of Justice has rescinded the decree of divorce granted to the marchioness of Anglesy.  The arguments on the application  for the rescinding of the decree were  heard in camera.  DENVER, S.--Dr. C. A. Block-  died today from the effects of a  d< se of 'cyanide of potassium, it is  believed taken with suicidal intent.  He was 31 years old and formerly  was one of the most prominent  physicians and surgeons in New  Orleans.  SHANGHAI, S.;r-- An imperial  edict issued .Tune Oth announces  that owing to the hot weather and  the advanced age of the dowager  empress, the return of tiie court to  Pekin has been postponed itiit~.il  September 1st, whicli the astrologers  pronounce to be a lucky day on  which to commence a journey.  CAPE TOWN, S. ��� The Biitish  surprised two Boor laagers at  different points in Cape Colony  Thursday- night and captured six  prisoners, 150 rounds of ammunition and a quantity of suppl'V��.  A railroad wreck occurred near  Pretoria .June 7th in which nine  soldiers were killed and many injured.  ROTH SAY, Firth of Clyde, S.���  The yachts which contested yesterday in the Glasgow exhibition re-  gatta again sailed over the same  course today, with little wind. At  the end of the first round the big  boats finished as follows : Shamrock I, 1:57:52'; the Kariad, 2:01:40 ;  the Svbirata, 2:03:<15; the Meteor,  2:10:52. '   ;  PONTIAC, Mich., S-Frank Taylor, a young wan  of  Oxford,  who  became   despondent^   because    his  .-sweetheart  married  another  man,  attempted to  drown  himself in a  'tank of blood in   Green's  slaughter  house today.    He was  assisting  in  killing cattle and when the tank iu  which the blood  was  retained  be-  =eatneiifullrho=stripped=]iimsell:=,and^  jumped in.    He  was rescued by his  companions.  PARIS, 8.���The police of this city  have arrested an American woman  named May Churchill, who had  maintained intimate relations with  "Tom" Ed wards, one of the burglars  who robbed the Paris office of the  American Express Company in  April. The authorities have decided to charge her with complicity  in the robbery. She was formerly  a musical performer and had made  a tour of the United States under  the sobriquet of "Chicago May."  ROCI-rraSl-KR, S���Foresia Fisher,  aged 3 years, early this morning  crawled out of her crib in her parents' homo and began playing with  a lighted lamp standing near by.  Suddenly the lamp was upset and  the burning oil was scattered over  tlie child. Her mother was aroused  and in an endeavor to put out the  flames Avas badly burned. The  child was removed to the homeopathic hospital and died in great  .agony about an hour after the  .accident.  KNOXVILLE, Tenn., 8.���Students of the University of Tennessee, and five city policemen engaged  in a fight here last night in whicli  numerous shots were exchanged,  but no one Avas hurt. The fighfc  grew out of the attempt of the  police to quell frequent disturbances made by the students with a  cannon. The police were called  upon by the university commandant to stop the disturbances. This  enraged the students, who attacked  the police, firing On them from behind trees on the campus and showering them with stones.    Quiet was  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE  BANK  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICK:  TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  -     -      $8,000,000  -      -      ���   $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Robt. Kilgour,  Vice-Presidont.  Hon. Qeo. A. Cox,  Prosident.  London Office, CO Lombard Street, E. O.  New York  Office, 18   Exchange   Place.  ami us Brunches in Canada iukI thu  United Stale.--.  IMPERIAL BANK  OF    C^-HTJ^JJO^.  HKAD  OFFICK, TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  $2,500,000  $1,725,000  H. S. HOWLAND Presidont.  I). K. WILKIfi Uonoral Manager.  E. HAV Inspector.  Savings Bank Branch  CirKUKN'T KATK OK INTKKK8T *>AI)>.  TELEGRAMS IN BRIEF FORM  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest; allowed  on  deposits.    Present rate  threo per cent.  GRANGE  V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Brunch.  not restored until after midnight.  Another clash ia feared by the authorities.   '  PARIS, '8.���Tlie duel with swords  which beguu yesterday in the Park  des Princes between Max Reigs, the  anti-Semite mayor of Algiers, and  M. Laberdesque, an Algerian journalist, aud which was adjourned  after 19 resultless rounds had been  fought, was resumed,this morning.  M. Reigs was seriously wounded iu  the forearm, a copious flow of blood  resulting and the duel was thereupon stopped. The seconds, however, subsequently became involved  in a lively altercation, which will  possibly lead to another duel.  A Billion Dollar Bank.  New York, June 8.���According  to the London correspondent of the  World it is reported there that J,  Pierpont. Morgan is engaged iu  arranging for the establishment of  a great Anglo-American bank with  a capital stock of one billion dollars.  It is said that he proposed to  abolish all of the principal financial  agencies and banks already engaged  in Anglo-American business. The  proposed institution, it is said, is  intended to be the principal agency  for the already vast and rapidly  growing business between Europe  and America, Mr. Morgan is understood to have associated with him  in the stupendous undertaking not  only the principal capitalists who  aided in the organization of the  United States Steel Corporation,'  but also the Rothschilds.  SAVINC3   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  THK   CUKKKNT   KATK   OH"    INTKRKOT   ALLOWKD.  May Eesult in Retaliation.  Nkw Youk, June S.���The Tribune  says that some of the leading physicians of this city think that the  order issued by T. V. Powderly,  commissioner of general immigration, debarring immigrants affected  with tuberculosis of the lungs from  entering this country, may result  in some countries adopting retaliatory measures. They further  think that these proposed measures  may be of such a nature that consumptives who might be benefited  by a trip abroad may be compelled  to stay here, and that the stand  taken by this government in dealing with immigrants having tuberculosis may lead to action by states  and municipalities which .would  practically keep consumptives at  home.  SHERIFF'S SALE.  Provinco  of Uritish  Columbia,   Nelson,  West  ICootonay, to-wit:  ,J'y virtue of two writs of Fieri Facias issued  out of Uio suwomo court of Uritish Columbia at  the suit of tho Van Harvey Norman Company,  Limited, and Balfour & Company, plaintiil's, and  l.o mo directed against the goods and chattels of  i,J.=A,=i\lnclvi!iiioii=&^Oouipany.=defendiints,=I=  have seized and taken in execution all tho right,  title mill interest of the said defendant, J. A.  MacKinnon, in the so-called Hampton group of  mineral claim0 consisting of tho mineral claims  '���Hampton,' "Ethel IC." "Plunger," "Camp Fire"  and ".Silver How." all situate up Springer creek  about eight miles, more or less, from Slocan City  and recorded in the ofllce of the mining recorder  for the Slocan City mining division of the district of Wost Kootenay, to . recover tho sum of  thirteen hundred and nighty-seven dollars and  eighty cents ($13H7.!u), amount of said writs of  I'ioi-i Kaoias, and intorest on two hundred and  l.hirty-MX dollars and r.wenty-sovon cents ($23(1 27)  at fivo per centum per annum from the 3rd day  of .laiiuary, liKil, until payment, and interest on  eleven hundred and forty-four dollars and lifty-  three cents ($11 ll.;">3) at six per contum per annum from the ��31 h day of Marcli, 1IW1, until payment, besides .sherilrs poundage, olllcers; fees  and all other legal incidental expense*. All of  which I shall expos' for sale, or sulllcient thoro-  nf to satisfy mirIi judgment, nobn and costs, at  my ofllco. next to tee court house, io the city of  Nelson, It, C, on I'Viday. the 21st dayof Juno,  A. I>. l'.KH. tii, the hour ot eleven o'clock in tho  forenoon.  No'l'l'.���Intending purchasers will sal isfy themselves ns to interest and titlo of the said defendant, o  S. P. TUCK,  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  Hated tit Nelson, It. C. the (ith of June, l��ll.  SHERIFF'S   SALE.  Province of British Columbia,  Nelson,   West  Kootcimy. to-wit:  By yirtm; nf a writ of Fieri Facias issued out  of thosnpi'i'iiio court of llritish Columbia, at the  suit of the Ames Holden Company of Montreal,  Limited, plaintiffs, and to me directed against  the good * and chattels of William George Lillie  and Thomas Lester Lillio, trading unaer the  name, style nnd llrm of Lillio Uros., and the said  llrm of Lillie Uros., defendants. I have seized  and taken in exception all the right, title and interest of the said defendants, William Georgo  Lillie and Thomas Lester l.illio, trading under  the tiauiK, style and firm of Lillie Hros., and the  said llrm of Lillie Uros. in the stock in trade  consisting of boots, shoes, rubbers and other  goods, now in thn storo occupied by the said lirtn  of Lillie Bros, on the north side of linker street,  cast in the city of Nelson, It. C, to recover the  sum of four hundred and forly-one dollars and  twenty-one cents (��1112 ), and also interest on  four hundred ana thirty-seven dollars and  seVcnty-one cents ($137.71) at; ffvo p��r centum  per annum from the IMi dayof May, 1!K)I, until  paymont, besides sheriffs poundage and ofllccr's  fees and all o'her legal incidental expenses; all  of which I shall expose for sale, or sufllciont  thereof to satisfy said.judgment, debt and costs  at my ollicc. noxt to tho court house in the city  of Nelson, 11. (.'.. on Monday, the 10th day of  June, 1001, nt tho hourof eleven o'clock in tho  forenoon.  Notk.���Intending    purchasers    will     satisfy  themselves as to interest and titlo of the said defendants. S. P. TUCK,  Sheriff of South Kootonay.  Dated at Nelson, It, C, the 3rd day of June,  1901-  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  W.I. ��� ���  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Wanted���At Hotel Phair a man  to act us night porter und yard man.  For Sale or Rent.���Piano at tlie  Old Curiosity Shop.  For   sale���Ranch    on   Kootenay  river, improved.   Inquire W. P. Robinson.  To   rent���Two   large    furnished  front rooms. Applewhaite block, opposite Oddfellows'had.  To Let���Furnished front room,  with or without; board. Apply four doors above  City Hall, Victoria street.  Western Canadian Employment  Oflice.���Wanted���Woman cook, two waitresses  and girl for general housework.  For sale���$2(500 will buy 50-foot  lot at corner of Vernon and Hall streets. Owner,  F. J. Failey, Oklahoma City, O. T. -7  To rent���Oflice in the Turner-  Roecke block, corner Ward and Baker. Apply  to John A. Turner.  Wanted���Waiter ' of   experience  wants situation. Address Charles Davis, Grand  Pacific hotel, Koondoops, B. C.  .Tapau Tea of all kinds to suit  j-our Ustc. Sun Cured, Spider Log, Pan Fired  in bulk or packages.   Kootenay Coffee Co.  '   To    Let���A    7-rodrn   house    on  corner of Victoria aud Hendryx streets. AH  modern conveniences. Apply J. Coxhead, Cedar  street.  Wanted���Housekeeper, by a widower with two boys. olde*t4 years; elderly lady  preferred. Apply Mrs. Clute, Lake street, bo  low hospital.  Furniture, pianos safes, &c,  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J. T.  Wilson. Phone 270, Pro -ser's Second Hand Store,  AVard- Street.  Geld, copper, silver, lead mines  and prospects wanted. Send report and samples  to the Prospectors'- Kxchange, Nelson, B. C,  Room 4, K. W-C Blook.  For sale���Tug boat Red Star and  barge at reasonable figures to cash purchaser, on  t'me with good securitv. Apply to Ontario  Powder Works, Nelson, It. C.  For comfort and convenience go  to the Ice Cream Parlors of J. A. McDonald,  Itaker street, where every attention and requisite in supplied.  For   rent���House  on   Carbonate  street, between Stanley and Kootenay streets,  seven rooms, bath, list and cold water. Kent  ��25.   Inquire W. P. Robinson.  For   sale   at   a   bargain ��� New  two story house ; two blocks from Baker street;  six rooms with bath; modern conveniences.  Apply "Houso," Tribune olllce.  Free milling gold properties.  We  aro anxious to secure a few free milling gold pro-  Surtics at  once.     The  Prospectors   Exchange,  [elsoii. It. C, Koom 4, K-W-C Block.  That line 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 make a specialty of blending teas and sell  them in any quantity at lowest rates. ICootonay  CoffoeCo  Notice to contractors and others���  General laborers, gardeners, rock mon, etc, will  be furnished free of charge to all persons requiring help of this kind by applying to the secretary,  Ni-lson Laborers' Protective Union, Box 237,  Nelson, It. c.  CITY OF NELSON.  Notice is hereby given that the first sittings of  the Annual Court of ' Revision of the Municipality of the City of Nelson will be held in the  Council chamber at tho city oflices. Nelson, on  Wednesday, the 10th day of July next, at 10  oVlook a.m., for the pin pose of hearing complaints against the assessment as made by- the  assessor, and for revising and correcting the  assessment roll.  J. K: STRACHAN, City Clork.   Nelson. B.C. jvr.av SSth-lflQl..  NOTIOE.  Notice is heroby given that I intend to apply at  the next sittings of the Itourd of Licence Commissioners for tho City of Nelson, to l>e held aftor  the expiration of thirty days from the date horeof,  for a transfor of the retail liquor licenco now held  by mc for Ihe Grand Central hotel situato on lots  23 and 24, block (K!, sub-division of lot 05 in the  City of Nelson, to Gust Ericson of the said Cityof  Nelsou. F. SIMPSON.  Witness, W. C. McDonald.  Dated 'his twenty-wnond day of April. 1911.  -~N0TIC~  . ^_______________  Nolico is heroby given that: I intend to npply  at the next sittings of t*c Board of Licenco Com-  inlosioiierK for tho City of Nelson, to bo held after  tho expiration of thirty days from tho dato hereof,  for a trans'orof tho retail liquor licenco now held  by mo for tho Koyal hotol situate on lots 3 and 4,  block 20. sub-division of lot 95 iu tho Ci'y of Nelson, to J. Lovell Smith of tlio said City of Nelson.  SOL JOHNS.  Witness: W. 10. Wasson. ,. ��� ���  Dated this fourteenth day of March.lflOl.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNEh!  To Herbert Cuthbert or to any porson or persons to whom  ln may have transferred hts  interest iu the Blend Mineral Claim, situato  on the west fork rf Rover crook,  in the Nelson mining division*of  West Koolcnny District, and recorded in ihe recorder's olllco for  the Nelson Mining Division.  You and each of you aro hereby notified that  we havH expended four hundred and eleven dollars in labor and  improvements upon the ��hovo  mentioned mineral claim in order to hold said  mineral claim under tho provis'ons of the Mineral Acts and  if  within   ninety davs from tho  date of tbis notice you fail or  refuse to contrili-  ute your proportion  of such  expenditures together with all costs of advertising your interests in said claims will become the property of  the subscribers, under section 1 of an Act ontitled "An Act to Amend the Mineral Act. 11)00."  I'KANK  HTjU'TCIircU,  J. J. MALONN,  H. G.NEKI.ANDS,  K. T. H. SIMPKINS.  Dated at Nelson this :ird day of June, IlKjl.  NOTICE.  *^<P*00* 00*00'00-00* 00* 00-00*00-00* 00*00* 00*00* 00- ^ 4^  Notieo is hereby given that wc intend to apply  at the noxt regular sittings of the Board of  License Commissioners for tho City of Nelson io  bo hold after the expiration of thirty davs from  the dale hereof foe a transfer of tlie retail liquor  license now hold by us for tho promises known  as tho Nelson Hotel, situate on lot 10 in Block 1,  subdivision of lot 05, Nelson, to Robert Roisterer  and Arthur K. Vaughan of tho said City of  No'son.  Dated this 17th day of May. 1001.  A. II. OLRMENTS.  HOB HUT REISTERKR.  Witness, GEORGE GABRIEL.  to  to  to  9}  9}  to  to  9\  Established in Nelson 1890.  A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MANOF TODAY  Is Eminently Progressive.  All watch repairing guaranteed,  as we employ none but the best  workmen.  to  to  He does not follow iu a rut; lie worships no ideals of tlie past; he is .of the times and with  the times; "he .si-eks constantly to advance, to improve, to give broad-minded and skillful service; he not only buys early, hut 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 he .secured. He picks out lines that are progressive, up-to-date and superior  as to special feature.--, siylo iuhI finish, then gets his goods in early, is not afraid to liberalljt;  display a complete assortment- of his various lines so as to impress the confidence lie possesses.  He familiarizes himself with every detail as to quality and manufacture of his goods, sets a  fair price on them and sticks to it; proclaims quality, perfection and long wear. Send for  prices, or call and see us.    Wo are here to serve you all.  OUR WATCHMAKING AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENT HAS NO "EQUAL IN B.C.  JACOB  DOVER,  THE JEWELER  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  l^S^ __W____1 **m   ''0^''' _____ ' *��'''*��'' 0^*' '^0'' l��'' 00' '&^ ��� ^0 '00' '^^'*m'*m'  ^^5 "^B^^^B ^^^^2 ^^^^5 ^x^Sm ^^^c ^^Bg ^^^_Xw_* *^^bp^  THE,  Mansfield Manufacturing  NELSON,  B. C.  To���==r  Builders and  Contractors  Having taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brlek &  Limo 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.  ' o  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  Tiles and Cement.  a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay,  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  Builders.  are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and  i  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  for The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  Successors to  The West Kootenay Brick <�� Lime Co., Ltd  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Head Opfick at.  NELSON, B.  O.  Markets at  Nelson,   Rossland,  =i=Benvor,=Revelstb,ffer"f'o^nsofr  way, and Vancouver  Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Nev  "GranlJ^ofl^GroeHwx^rCaHciae^OityrMia"  Mail Orders Promp.tly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS 07  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLKSALlf] AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  K. W. C BLOCK  WARD STREET  nilOMRH RY M/UIi BWCHJIV1C OAnwrOL AVD PROMPT ATTBHTION  IIIIIJ.IIZi:iIIXIXIIZniIII2IIIXI xzxzxxazixxzxxzixzzzzixzxixzzxzzxzzixxxxxxxxxxxxxxixxzxzxzxzzzzzxxxixxxzixxii\  ITHE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE  j No. 4,  K. W. C. Block, NELSON, B, O.  Oold, Sllv<>Tj.ea.cl and Copper Mines wanted at the Exchange.  Free-Mill ing: Oold Properties wanted at once for Eastern Investors.  i 1'arl.icH liaviMR mining property for ��vlo aro rcqueHtcd to sond namplos of their oro to the  |   Exchange for exhibition.   Wo desiro to hear from all proHpectora who havo promising minoral  claims in 1'riliHh Columbia.  Prospectors and mining meir aro requested to mako tho Exchange tholr hoadquartors whon  in'Nelson.  All samples should ho Honfc by oxpresa, Prepaid.   Correspondence solicited.  Address all communication--. to  Telephone  P. O.  104  Box  i  ANDREW  F.  LP. O. Box 700  izxxxzzxxxzxzzzzxizxxzzzzzzxzraxzx; jrxxzzzTZzzxxxxzxxxztxzzTzzxTxiTxzxzTzzxzzzzzzzx-nxzrxtziTZTurrzzrzzxzzrt  ROSENBERGER,  Nelson,  B.C.  W. P. TIERNEY  Telophono 265.  WEST TRANSFER GO.  MACLEOD, Manager.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Ofllce: Two Doors West C, P. R. Offices  FURNISHED   HOUSES  We havo several good furoib hed notifies to lot  for tho summer months.  H.  &   M.   J8IRD  BBOKEN HII h -BTiOOB-,  N.   T.  All Kinds of  Teaming  Work.  and  Transfer  Agonlfl for Hard and Soft Coal.   Imperial Oil  Company.   Washington Urick, Limo & Manufacturing Company.   Uonoral commorcial agonts  and broken-.  feAll coal and wood strictly caRh on dellvory.  Cancki.lation  NOTICE.  ok   Rkskkvation,  DiSTKicr,  KOOTKNAV-  ���\TOTICE ii hereby given that the reservation  ���l-,, placed on that particular parcel of land,  which may be described as commencing at tho  northnash noi-iiur of Town'hip (8a) Kight A,  Kootrnay District, whicli is also the northeast  corner of Block J2. granted to the Nolson and  Fort Sheppard Railway Company by Crown  grant dated 8th March, 1895; (hearn due east Hi  miles; thence due south lo the International  Boundary ; thence due west nlong said boundary  1G mile.-i; thence north to the place of commencement, notieo. whereof was published in tho  Uritish Columbia Gazette, und dated 7ih Muy,  1896, is hereby rescinded.  W. S. GOttE,  Deputy Commissioner of Uuids Sc Works.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, 11. C. 23rd May, 11)01.  NOTIOE.  "CANADIAN CONTINGENT KXEMI'TION ACTS."  , A 1-L returned South African Volunteers, who  '.-*-1- Havo not already done so, are requested to  communicate with the undersigned wit bout delay, us also the next of kin of those' deceased  or of thoso who have notl yet returned to British  Columbia, or any ot.V'cr' persons interested in  mining properties held by such Volunteers. The  latest date possible for receiving applications for  exemption under the above Acts will bo the 1st  July, proximo.  KIGHARI) MoBRIDK.  Minister of Mines.  Department of Mines.  Victoria, JB. C, 3rd June, 1901.  NOTIOE   OF   ASSIGNMENT.  TELEPHONE U7.  Office 184 BaKer St.  Notice is hereby given .that William Graham  Lillie and Thomas LeHler Ijlllif>. both of the Oily  of Nelson, in the Province of llritish Columbia,  trading under the llrm naiun and style of Lillie  Urothors, Hoot and Shoe Dealers, on Baker  Street, iu tho City of Nelson, have by deed bearing dine of the 3rd day of Juno. 1!XH.assigned all  their real and personal proporty. execptas therein  mentioned, to Lewis A. Godbolt. of tho City of  Toronto, in tho Provinco of Ontario, commercial  traveler, in trust for the purpose of paying and  satisfying rateably and proportionally and without preference or priority tho creditors of Iho  said William Graham l.illie and Thomas Lester  Lillie, and the said linn of Lillie Brothers, their  justdebis.  Tho said deed was executed bv the said William  Graham Lillio and Thomas Lester Lillie to the  said Lewis A. Godbolt on the 3d day of Juno,  !W1, and the said Lewis A. Godbolt has undertaken the trust created by the said deed. AH  nersons having claims against the said linn of  ljillic Brothers" or against tho said William  Graham Lillie or against the said Thomas Lester  Lillin aro required lo forward to the said Lewis  A. Godholt particulars of their claims duly  verified on or beforo Ihe'lUih day of Ju'y, 1 01.  And notice is hereby given that after ihe said  10th day of July. l!Xll._thO-triisl.ces_.will-iiroceed-  "CtTfli-tribute tho as-ets oflhe uslate among the  parties entitled thereto, having regard only io  the claims of which Iho said trustees shall then  have had nolico. and that the said trustees will  not b�� responsible fo* tho assets or any part  thereof so distributed to any person or persons,  llrm or corporation of whoso debt or claim he  shall not then have hud notice.  A meeting of Ihe credilors will bo bold at the  olllce of the undersigned on Monday, tho IOth  day of Juno, l'.KH. at tho hour of 'I o'clock in the  afternoon, lo decide as to thu best manner of disposing of tho asselH.  A furlhor mooting of the creditors will bo hold  at thn same place on the L'DLli day of July. ai. the  hourof III o'clock a.m., to consider tho trustees'  olateiiienl.and report.  Dated thls.'frn day of Juno, null.  UALL1I1 Kit & WILSON,  Solirllors for Trustees.  Iv. W.C. Block, Nelson, B.C.  DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP.  Notice Is hereby given that the co-partnership  liltherlo existing between tho undersigned, by  the style of '-Krasfrfc Hroderiek," as (lainmen.  has thisday been dissolved hy the retirement of  Charles Broderick, who has transferred to John  AI. Krasor all his interest in tho business, assets,  good will and book accounts.  All persons indebted to the said partnership are  horeby requested lo make payment, to thn said  Jnht'i Af. Eraser.'who has assumed ami will piiy  tho liabilil ies of tho partnership, and who will  continue the partnership business.  Witness: JOHN M   I'RASKK.  H. }V\ Hanninoto.v.      CHAS. BRODI'RICIC.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER  To John J. JIcAndrrws or to any porson or persons to whom he may have transferred his  interest in lhe Black Diamond Mineral Clnim,  situato on tho north side of Bear Creek,  about three miles from the town of Ymir,  lying smith of and adjoining tho Kvcning  Star Mineral Claim, Nelson Mining Division  of Wost ICootonay Oisti let, and recorded in  tho recorder's olllco for tho Nelson Mining  j     Division.  You and each nf you aro hereby notified that I  have expended Two Hundred andTwelvodollars  and Twenty-live cents ($UI2.25) in labor and improvements upon the above mentioned mineral  claim iu order to hold said mineral claim undcr  I he provisions of the Mineral Act. and if within  ninoty days from the date of this notice you fail  or refuse to contribute your proportion of such  expenditures together with all costs of advertising your interests in said claims will become tho  property of the subscriber under section 4 of an  Act entitled "An Act to Amend tho Mineral  Act, 1<J00." JOHN DKAN.  Dated at Nelson this 27th day of April, l'JOl.  TENDERS   WANTED.  The Hastines (B. C.) Kxploratlon Syndicate,  Limited, will consider bids for diamond drilling  on tho Arlington mine at lu'io, II. ('. Kor full  information call or address No. 0, K.-W.-C. block,  Nelaon, B. C.  N1  TRADES   UNIONS.  "NTKLSON SOCIALISTIC KDUCAIIONAI  x' CLUB meets every Sunday at 3 o cluck p.m.  in the Minors' Union Hall. A cordial invitation  is extended to every one to come and lake part  in discussions.   John Robert-1, secretary.  AUNDRY WORKERS' UNION OV NKLSON  No. 85!M, A- F. of L.���Meets in Minera1 Union  Hall, C. P. IU block, corner of Bakor and Stan  ley streets', on fourth'Friday ih every month at  7:30 p.m. sharp, visiting members of American  Federation cordially invited to attend. C. Fredrick, president; A. W.McFee, secretary.  ELSON MINERS' UNION NO. ��i, W. F. of  . M.���Moets in minors' union rooms, northwest corner of Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday evening at-8 o'clock. Visiting mem  bers welcome. M. R. Mowatt. President. Jamo  Wilkes, Seoretary. Union Scat.k ok Waoks  fok.Nblson Distkict���Per shift, machine  men, $3.50: hammersmen miners, $3.25; muckers,  carmen, shovolers aud other underground laborers, $300. 7   :  rpilADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���Tho regu-  ' -*- lar meetings of tho Nelson Trades and Labor  Council -will bo hold In tho minors' union hall,  corner Baker and Stanley streets, on tho llrsb'aurl  third Thursday of each month, at 8 p. jn. C. J.  Clayton, Pres.; A. T. Curio, Sec.   P.O. box90.f-J  THE regular meetings of tho Carpentors' Unioc  aro field on  Wednesday ..-.'evening of each.  wook, ah 7 o'olock, in tho��Minors' Union room?  corner of Baker and Stanley streets.   Charlea  .CJayten, President.; Alex,B.;ivriirrhy,Socretarj*.  ARBERS'UNION.���Nelson Union, No. WC. of  the International Journeymen Barbers On  Ion of America, meets overy lirst and third Monday of each month in Minor's Union Hall, at 8.3 0  sharp. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to  attend. R. McMahon, prosirlont: J.TH. Mat ho  son. sccrol-iry-treasurer; J.C.Gardner,recording  secretary.  ABORERS' UNION.-Nelson Laborora' I To  tectlve Union. No. 8121, A. F. of L��� meet-, in  Miners' Union hall, C. P. R. block/corner of  Uaker and Stanley streets, every Monday ovenlnt;  at 7:30 p.m. sharp. Visiting mem bers of the Amui-  can I-cdoration cordially invited to attend.  A. J. Curio, Prosident*. John Roberts, io-  cording secrotary.  XT KLSON PAINTERS' UNION-Tho rcgular  ** mooting of tho Painters' Union Is held  tho flrst and third Fridays in each month at Miners' Union hall at 7:30 sharp. Goorgo K.-iciitt,  Presidont; Henry Bennett; Socrotary.  OOKS' AND .WAITH!RS' UNION���Regular  meetings   every Tuesday evening at 8:30  o clock, in Minors'Union Hall, corner ot Baker  c  and Stanley streots.   Visting brethren cordially  invited.   Chris. Luft, president; H. Smelscr, financial and recording secretary.  LASTERERS'  UNION���The O. P. I. A. No.  172, meets every Monday evening In  tho  Elliot block, cornor Baker and Stanley stroet-*, at  8 o'clock.    J.   11. Mover,   oresidentij William  Vice, secretary, P. O. Box 010.  ibi  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES  NELSON LODGE, NO. 93. A. K. & A, M  Meets second Wednesday lu eaoh month  Sojourning brethren Invlbed.  NELSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER No. 123  G. R. C���Mce'S third Wednesday. Sojourn  ing companions invited. George Johnstone,/*.: E.  ^W.JMutU'cwa.--S.JC     ���JVTELSON AERIK, No. 22. K. O. E.-Moetse.-ond  -L'1    and fourth  Wednesday of oach mouth, at  Fraternity  Hall.     Goorgo  Bartlott,  president  John V. Morrison, secretary.  NIGHTS OK PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge, No"  25, Knights of Pythias, meots lu I. 0. O. K.  Hall, oornor Baker and Kootenay streets, ever ���  Tuesday evonlng ab 8 o'clock, visiting Knlgtt'a  oor-Hally Invltod to attend. H. M. Vincent C. C.  A. T. Park, K. of R. & S.  OOTKNAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M.-  llold their regular meetings on the first nnd  third Thursdays of oach mouth. Visiting Sir  Knight* aro cordially invited to attend. G. A.  Brown, K, IC; A. W. Purdy, Com.; R. J. Steel  D. S. C.  DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP.  Notice Is horoby given that tho partnership  heretofore existing between Lewis Noll and  Wesley E. Cox, carrying on business as hotel-  keepers in tho promises known as the Porto Rico  hotel ut I'orto Rico Siding, B. C, undor tho firm  name of Noll & Cox, has this day been dissolved  by mutual consent. Kor tho future tho Porto  Rico hotol will bo conducted hy Lewis Noll, who  will assume all liabilities of tho lato firm and to  whom all accounts owing said firm are horowilh  payable. LOUIS NOLL,  WESLEY E. COX.  Witness: Robt. Rknwick.  Nolson. March 2Gth. l'JOl.  NOTICE.  Notice is heroby given that I will oiFor for sale  at Lillie Bros, store. Baker street. Nelson, B. C,  at, II o'clock in the forenoon, on Tuesday, thellth  day of June. 1901, tho stock iu triulo and tixtuies  iu the storo occupied by Ijillio Bros. a�� a boot and  shoe store. The slock is a flrst-class one. consisting of boots, shoes und rubbers, and is valued at  ��11 000.  The stock shoots and invoices can bo inspected  at any lime on application to tho undcrMgnod on  the premi*ej. The stock will be sold at a rato on  the dollar.   Term- cash.  LEWIS A. GODBOLT,  Assignee Lillie Bros. Estate.  NOTICE.  Nolico Is hereby given tn all persons havinp  claims Hgatnst thn estate of William H. Swerdfeger of Nclf-on, B.C.. that tho undersigned will  proceed to distribute the assets of tho eitAtu  among Min pari io.- entitled thereto on the 20th.  day nf June. l'JOl, having then n'gard only to the  claims of which he rluill Imve 'ad notice, and  that, he will not bo rosaon^ihle for the avtets>or  any pa-' thoreof so distributed to any person of  whose claini he shall not then havo had notieo  Claim< may ho sent to John A. Kirkpatrick,  Nelson. B.C., or his solicitor. P. E. Wilson. Nelson. II.C. JOHN A. KIRKPATRICK.  C'lmmltceo of William H. Swerdfeger Estate.  Dated Ibis M) day of June, 190L  '-*,  . ~'r J*  ' 'I rKTJi ^fX^X^Xf-
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I AM MAKING A SPECIAL DRIVE THIS WEEK IN KID GLOVES AND GRENADINES.
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Ladies' Kid Gloves for 50 cen tn. Ladies' White Skirts for 65 cents'. Ladies' Night Gowns 40 cents.
Ladies' Corset Covers 18 cents. Ladies' Buttoned and Laced Kid Shoes, the $3 50 line at $2.50. Ladies'
Button aud Laced Kid Shoes, the $2.50 line at $1.75
SPECIAL DRIVE IN LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES
Shirt Waists and Silks
Blac'v  Grenadine,  with   figured   lining,   regular
price $1.25 for 50 rents per yard.
Colored Linen   Crash,   for  skirts,  regular  price
30 cents for 2'J cents.
Whito  Pique,   extra   quality,   regular   price  30
cciit,s. lor 2()c-*nts per yard.
China Silks at 25e per yard.
Men's   Wear.
Men's blue and black Scige Suits, regular $15.00
line, yours at $10.00.
Men's Scotch and Irish Tweed suits,  regular  $15
line, at $10.
Men's Tweed pants, a. large range to choose  from,
the regular $5 line to clear at $3.50; $4  line
to clear at $2.50.
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.
REMEMBER THIS IS A GENUINE
CLOSING OUT SALE.
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we will pack and ship promptly anything in that line.
Our stock is  by far the largest of any house and   our
prices are the lowest.
That shipment of fancy table lamps we
about a short time age is going fast. Your
will get ahead of you if you don't look sharp.
told you
neighbor.
Wm. Hunter & Co.
Groceries Crockery
Spring Sporting Goods
Duke & Son's Cricket supplies, Ayres &
Wright and Ditson's lawn tennis, Spalding base
ball, Lally lacrosse and. Whitely exercises.
TISDALL'S  GUN  STORE
VANCOUVER.
Drink
the Best
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ST. LOUIS LAGER
TO BE HAD WHOLESALE
NELSON.
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A. B. GRAY, Kootenay Agent
BAKKU STRKKT. NKIjSON.
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R. REISTERER & CO.
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The results that I have obtained
•since advertising my discontinuance
in 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 au irresistible factor in securing sales.
Those who have not taken advantage of ray reductions should
call and compare prices and quotations with those offered in any
other store in tiie city. Everything
is offered at eastern wholesale cost.
THEO  MADSON
Baker Street.
Nelson, B. C.
City   of   Nelson
POUND  NOTICE
Notice is heroby given that, I have impounded
oncf-rey horse branded "11"on nenr .shoulder.
About 10 hands high, in good condition.
Tho said horse, unless I he nunc is in tho meantime redeemed by paving nil damages, if any,
costs and expenses as llxed by the I'onndand
DogTux Hyluw No. 80. will be sold by Public
Auction at the City Pound, at the northwest
cornor of the recreation ground, on Thursday',
the 131 li day of June, lIKH.al. -J o'clock in Iho
afternoon. K. McOftKUOH, i'oundkooper.
Nelson, 11. C, Juno 7,1901.
CITY LOCAL NEWS
Theo. Madson, Kodteniiy's pioneer
tent manufacturer, has decided to
get a float ready for the Dominion
Day trades procession.
Provincial constable Wilson of
Creston is in Nelson. He will probably leave for the Coast tliis evening with tho prisoner Leclair, who
has two years to do in New
Westminster.
Jacob Dover has decided to offer
two special prizes, in connection
with the Dominion Day celebration,
for a girls and boys bicycle race for
riders under twelve years of age.
The girls prize is $7 and the-boys
prize $5.
. George Eacritt and |'Dad" Mill-*,
of the senior ball team, undertook
to play the intermediates yesterday afternoon with such assistance
as they could pick up on the
grounds-, but the intermediates won
out with a score of 15 to 9.
The fire, water and liglit committee held a meeting on Saturday for
the purpose of considering the purchase of a new flywheel for the
electric light station. It was finally
decided to refer the matter to
superintendent McPhee and alderman Paterson.
The local smelter is now moving
1600 cords of wood from the head
of Smelter creek. The chute has
beeu extended to the green timber
and enough water is running in the
chute to keep the wood from j ump-
ing^ By this means it is brought
down the hill as quickly as it can
be handled into the chute.
A sneak-thief entered the residence of mayor Fletcher on Saturday evening, but was disturbed:by
Mrs. Fletcher and made good his
escape. A sneak-thief also entered
the residence of G. C. Hodge, but
confined his attentions to the pantry. In the Hodge case the thief
effected an entrance by removing
the wire screen from the pantry
^window. ===
D. Wilson, chief inspector of
schools for the province, arrived in
Nelson yesterday. Mr. Wilson is
now taking the high school entrance
examinations. He will leave for
Greenwood and Grand Forks today,
but will return to Nelson in time to
take the entrance examinations in
Nelson on June 21th aud 25th. The
Rossland examinations will be
taken at the same time.
Sheriff Tuck returned from Kaslo
on Saturday, where he sold Nels
Martin's interest in the Silver Bell,
Hub and Little Hell mineral claims.
The property is located on the
south fork of Kaslo creek, and
some lively bidding attended the
sale. The Martin interest was supposed to be one-quarter and
brought $1100 under the hammer.
It was sold to satisfy a judgment
of Oscar E. Dahlgren and Charles
Dickson.
At the meeting of the city council
this evening alderman Hamilton
will report the result of his conference with the school trustees
touching the. building of the proposed high school. It is understood
that alderman Hamilton will report
favorably upon the trustees' application foi' a grant of $5000, as a
supplementary to the government
grant of $5000, for the building of
a brick or stone school building on
block 49.
quoits, shooting contests, tngs-of-
war, drawing contests between
horses, and climbing a greased pole.
Sub-committees were appointed to
arrange programs for the various
events, all of which were to be
handed in to,a meeting of the full
committee on Tuesday night at the
parlors of the Tremont hotel. The
sub-committee on horse races aud
team drawing coutests is H. D.
Ashcroft, Dr. Armstrong and AV. J.
Wilson. On firemen's races, foot
races and bicycle races—James
Lawrence, J. J. Chambers and N. T.
Macleod. On ball games—J. J.
Malone, James McDonald aud P. E,
Wilson. ._ On trap shooting and
quoit pitching—G. AV. Steele, VV. P.
Dickson and H. G. Neelands. Ou
drilling coutests—T. M. AVard and
E. V. Thomson. On Caledonian
sports, tugs-of-war and climbing
greased pole—AV. A. Galliher, M. P.,
and John Houston, M. P. P.
Back in Winnipeg Again.
George Steven, who succeeded H.
E. Macdonell as the C. P. R. company's contracting freight agent
for the Kootenays and Boundary,
has entered upon his new duties as
assistant to George Shaw, freight
traffic manager ior the Canadian
Northern, with headquarters at
Winnipeg. George Shaw was formerly assistant general freight agent
for the C. P. R. at Winnipeg, and
when he went over to the Canadian
Northern his first move was to secure Steven, who was formerly his
assistant in the "C. P. R. service.
Steven was a good freight rustler
and during his five months in the
Kootenays made many friends.
Saturday's Eifle Practice.
There was a slim attendance at the
rifle butts on Saturday, the regatta
proving a formidable competitor.
The following scores were made:
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yards.
yards
Total.
Dr. Kail  34
2S
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Williams (Itossland) . 27
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J. IMcICenzie  2'i
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J. Roberta  20
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A Frightened Switchman.
Littli3 FaIjTjS, New York, June
9.—At an early hour this morning
the Liliputian dog show train was
backing over the Central tracks at
Herkimer. Owing to a wrong
switch, it is said, being thrown the
fast express train known as No 81
crashed into the other train.
Several cars were damaged and the
tracks were blocked for several
hours. The switchman thinking
that many lives had been lost ran
away and has not been seen as yet
tonight. . No lives were lost and
no one was injured.
Headless Body Found.
Lowrcix, Mass., June 9.—The
headless body of a woman apparently 20 years old was found in a
lonely spot about two miles from
Chelmsford Center this afternoon
by Elmer E. Hildreth, superintendent of the town farm, and William
Baker, also of Chelmsford. A search
for the head was not successful!
Sent Into Exile.
London, June 10.—"The Russian
government," says the Moscow correspondent of the Daily Express,
"has been arresting and sending into exile prominent persons suspected
of complicity in revolutionary
agitation. * Among them is. count
'BrobyffiilcyTU^desceWda^
rine the Great."
Dominion Day Celebration.
A meeting of the sports committee was held at the Tremont hotel
Saturday night. It was decided to
have horse races, firemen's races,
foot races, bicycle races, drilling
contests, Caledonian sports, baseball and lacrosse games, pitching
Will Obtain a Concession.
London, June 10.—United States
senator Beveridge, according to the
St. Petersburg correspondent of the
Daily Mail, will not find much difficulty in securing from the Russian
government a concession for a
steamship line from the United
States to Vladivostock or Port
Arthur.       -
Negroes for the Exposition.
Nkw York, June 9.—Among the
steerage passengers who arrived
today were fifty negroes, comprising an African village from the
Congo Free State. They wero in
charge of a cabin passenger named
Rene and are bound to the Pan-
American exposition at Buffalo.
Broke His Neck.
. Rochester, N. Y., June 9.—John
E. French, aged 24, while riding a
bicycle down a steep grade at Point
Pleasant this afternoon, struck a
stone and was thrown over a fifty-
foot embankment. His neck was
broken by the fall and death was
instantaneous.
TELEPHONIC 27
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PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
GARDEN   TOOLS.
REFRIGERATORS
POULTRY NETTING
Store, Corner Baker and Josophlno Stieo
RUBBER AND COTTON. HOSE.
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Sole   Agents   for   Giant   Powder   Company    and   Truax    Automatic   Ore   Cars.
isrELsonsr
STORES   AT
s^zl^zdozlnt
PERSONAL.
J. W. Donovan of Trail is stopping at the Queen's.
George Stairs of Halifax, is regis-
istered at the I'hair.
T. P. Mclntyre of Winnipeg and
G. Kowan of Omaha aro among the coiumerciul
men at the l'hair..
A. E. Rand of New Westminster,
who owns a good-sized block of Athabasca
shares is ut the Phair.
Ernest Mansfield,  who  has been
in Kngland for tho past few months, is expucted
in Nelson on Thursday.
J. Fred Ritchie of Rossland, capitalist and mining company promoter, spent Satin day and Sunday in "sclson.
George Lyons and James Greenwood of Missoula, and Dan Munro of Itossland,
aro registered at i.ho Madden.
Thomas Kavauaugh, H. W. Pepin,
W. 11. Leu-out, J. E. Murphv and John Boyce of
Chilliwack are registered at the Queen's.
D. F. Dickson of Winnipeg, H. C.
Tiigwoll and Albert Gillespie of I oronto aro
among tbe commercial meu registered at the
Hume.,
John A. Kirkpatrick left this
morning for ShubenBcadic, Nova Scotia, on a
visit to the old .homestead. A lurge uumbor.of
friends saw him oil'.
R. F. Green, M.P.P., Kaslo, was in
Nelsou on Saturday. He reports that construction work on tho Lardo road is beginning to put
monoy in circulation in Kaslo.
Harry    Patterson,   representing
Miller & Richard's type foundry, Toronto, was in
Nelson on riaturday taking a look at some of his
Arm's assets in the shape of second hand printing
material.
NELSON
NO.   210   BAKEB   STREET,   NELSON.
BOOTS!       BOOTS I.      BOOTS!
Eor a few days only we will
discount sale of boots
hold a slaughtering
and shoes.
J. A. Gilker, Proprietor
NEW FIRM
NEW GOODS
PRICES RIGHT
J, G. BUNYAN   &   CO.
FURNITURE   DEALERS.
XOTICK TO CO.VTRACTOHS.
ROSSI.AND-VKI.VKT MINE WAGON KOAI).
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed "Tender
for Rossland-Velvet Mine \Vai<;on. Ruad."
will be received by the undersigned up to >md including Thursday, the twentieth instant-, for the
construction of a wagon road from Rossland to
the Velvet mine.
Plan, profile, specification and form of .contract
may be seen on or after tho 7ih instant, at the ofllce nf John Kirkup, .Esq., Government Agent,
Kos-laml.
ICuchtendermust.be accompanied by an accepted bank check or ccrtiticate of deposit, made'
payable ro the undersigned, for the'sum or thirteen hundred ($13'0) dollars, as security for the
due fulfillment of the-contract, which shall be
forfeited if the party tendering decline to * ntor
into contract when called upon to do so, or if be
fail to complete tbe work contract el fer. The
cheoks of unsuccessful tendet era will be returned
to them upon tho execution of the contract.
Tenders will not bo'considered unle s madeout
on the forms supplied and tigned with the actual
signature of the tenderers.
Tho lowest or any tender not. necessarily accepted.       . W. S  GORHl,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Lands and Works Departments
Victoria. B. ()., 3rd June. 19U1.
ENGAGMENT
RINGS v. .
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.
Wnst Ealter Street
Nelson, B. O. ~
J. G. BUNYAN & CO.
IT WILL PAY YOU Ti
That  our   fountain   supplies   the   choicest-,   coolest,
richest drinks in the city.    Our flavors  are  the best that
and experience can produce.    Our syrups are made from
true fruit, and our ice cream from pure cream.
and
skill
the
COME AND TRY FOR YOURSELF.
WE   HAVE THEM
And you may select a good
ring yvithout paying an exorbitant price.
BROWN BROS.
Opticians and Jewelers
W. F. TEETZEL & CO.
VICTORIA  BLOCK NELSON,   E. C.
FISHING TACKLE
IS NOT A NEW VENTURE WITH US.
French Races.
Faris, June 0.—The grand steeplechase de Paris, four miles and a
half furlong, run today at Auteuil,
was won by Calabracs with Carai-
man second and Viau third.
HMB.CAMEB01!
INSURANCE.
REAL ESTATE
and MINING BROKER
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.
ImnorterH and Dealera ln Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
Waldersee in Japan.
Yokohama, June 9.—Count Von
Waldersee, who arrived here today
on the German cruiser Hertha from
Taku, landed immediately and proceeded to Tokio.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
Fine house and lot on Silica
street convenient to Baker street.
Price $3000; only $1800 requiredin
cash.
Also, two-story house in Hume
Addition. Price $1100; only $500
required to be paid in cash.
OLD SETTLERS' NEW MAPLE SYRUP
•THUS   BEST   HyC-A-IDIE
THIS   SPRING'S   SYRUP   IN   QUART,    HALF   GALLON   AND
GALLON   CANS.
Houston Block, Baker
Telephone 161.      F. O.
Street.
Box 176.
A. IRVING & CO.
Apply—H. R. Cameron
AGHNT. BAKKR STREET.
ROSSLAND   EJrNQIIVBBRIIVO  WORKS
CUNLIFFB & MeMIJLIiAN
Founders.  Boilermakers  and Machinists.
ORE! OARS.—This ia our spccisll.y,    Wo iiial<c Iholjost, ore car on Uio market,  and sell them as
r.^.JS?1-iftKxyi,»c.V1 lniik° them.    AVrile ns for rcforon-iun and full particulars,
SECOND HAND MA(!niNKUY FOR SAIjK.-One (10 H  * *   *     *
8-J 3-lluo.o.   Tested to ISO pounds cold wator presaurc;
complete.   Ono !).\12 horizontal slide valve engine.     One
engine attached.
WANTKO.—Two 3 or 1 drill
■ -- _ ur compressors;
25 H. P.  Must be in wood condition,
P.  O.   Box  198.
two small hoists, about 16 H. P.;  small boilers, 15 to
THIRD  AVENUE,  ROSSLAND.
STRAGHAN
BROTHERS
PLUMBERS.
GOOD GOODS.
KBASONABL PRICES
Will call at your residence or place
of business with catalogues and
prices anytime if dropped apostcard.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE.
NHLSON. B. O
r & v ^ Tv!^'J'1*l?T.'*<*i'7:7-3?*'---\;Tr

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