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The Nelson Tribune 1901-06-14

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 _!___��_?__  E____S!______S_ffig__^_l______i  'iff  Minora! Production, of British Columbia in 1900  $16,407,645  ^'-��vi -J JJloiai"p&-',*  Mineral Production of Kooten,ay In. If 00  $10,562,032  MNTM YEAR  NELSON, B. C,  FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE  U,  1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  THURSDAY'S CLOSING  FAD  THREATENS   NELSON'S    OUTSIDE  TRADE.  Several  Big Orders  for Supplies Went  Begfihiff   at   Closed   Doors   on  Baker Street Yesterday.  Tlio absurd position in whicli  many of, Nelson's leading merchants  Lave placed tlie outside business of  the ciby. by their Thursday' closing  movement received additional emphasis yesterday, and there can no  longer, be any doubt that the closing system if persisted in will work  .irreparable injury, to the very  thriving trade whicli Nelsou merchants in the past- have done with  customers in the surrounding dis-.  tricts.  It is nofc a question as to whether  the clerks employed iu the stores  siiall have a weekly half holiday,  but whether the stores themselves  siiall be open to outside buyers who  come to Nelson to do business. The  merchants of Nelson cannot expect  the people engaged in mining and  iu all other pui'Miits throughout  Kootenay to arrange their business  and their visits to Nelson in conformity wifch fche convenience of  the clerks employed in the retail  trade, ,-ind yesterday fin niahed  several cases in point. They will  he denied the privilege of buying  goods in Nelson once or twice, then  they will go elsewhere.  Visitors to Nelson yesterday  found more difficulty in purchasing  furniture, groceries, boots and  shoes, dry goods,"house furnishings,  {���qui hardware in the houses with  which they wero accustomed to do  1 nisi ness, than the thirsty would  have in securing ��� liquor in a prohibition town. It was another  curbstone day. Mm chants who  had agreed" to keep their (-tores  closed were forced to do business  wir.h their customer's on the street,  or from their back offices receive  orders over the telephone for delivery before (J o'clock. Here aro a  few instances which came to the  attunbion of a Tim>iun_ reporter:  C. W. Husk arrived in Nelson on.  the Kaslo steamer between 11 and  12 o'clock. He had some urgent  business with his local agent, which  employed him until, noon. He then  started out to secure some $200  worth of furnishings for the new  residence which he is building up the  lak<*. -' He made straight for the  Hudson's Bay stores, which are  famous for,their house furnishings,  only to lind himself iip agaiust the  Thursday closing arrangement. Mr.  Husk was so circumstanced that he  =could=iiob=return=to=NelHon==for-sev^  eral days, and he thereupon decided  to order the goods by wire from  Weiler Brothers, who have flooded  the Kootenay wifch their catalogues  and aro prepared to sell goods six  days iu the week; The man who  was with Mr. Busk, however, not  wishing to see the money go out of  the city, induced him to try fche  furniture establishment of J. (I.  Bunyan & Company and had the  satisfaction of seeing a local firm  get a big slice of the business which  was almost diverted to Victoria.  Mr. liusk was also in search of an  outfit of hardware, and the Byers  Hardware Company, being open,  got tlie business. This was one  instance..        *  James Crohin of the Eugene mino  was;.also trying to do business in  Nelson. He was after a big consignment, of furniture, but had no  knowledge of the early closing fad.  He tried to get; into two well known  furniture houses, but failed, and expressed his intention of ordering  Oho goods desired from Toronto by  catalogue. He, too, was induced to  give'x N��I$on : merchants another  chance, for', the business' and the  probability is that tho goods will  be supplied by Bunyan & Company,  who, though not having in stock  just what'was wanted, have got in  line for the order. This was in-  stance No. 2, :ind right here ifc may  be remarked thafc the Sfc. Eugene  mine is considered a rather good  customer for any city to secure.  Martin Anderson of Slocan Junction was another outside purchaser  who. did not know that it; was contrary to the bylaws til: the retail  cl.-rks' association to purchase any  goods iii Nelson on Thursday .afternoon. ' lie runs a small store afc the  -{.miction   and   came''to    town   to  secure some of the bargains.offered  in the clearing sale of tho Neelands  stock of boots and shoes. He ran  against a closed door, with the result that he placed his order for  boots and shoes ��� with A. Ferland.  Ho then tried a couple of hardware  stores for a quantity of Ashing  tackle without success, but finally  secured what he wanted attho  Canada Drug and Book Company's  store.    This was instance No; 3.'���  P. Vans Agnew of the Athabasca  mine furnished another case in  point. He was in from the mine to  secure some hardware and went  agiiilist the Lawrence Hardware  Company's closed door. His business was urgent and- he kept  traveling along Baker street till he'  came to the Byers. Hardware Company's store, and that hardware  will be on its way to the mine this^  morning before the members of the  retail clerks' ,: association x resume  business.  All of these men will know hereafter- that difficulty, may be experienced in making purchases in  Nelson on Thursday afternoon.  They may arrange their business to  please tho retail clerks, or they may  go where they can buy when they  want to buy. But they are only  four in a very g re-it number of'outside buyers, and unless some  arrangement; is made ��� fche absurd  situation of yesterday will be repeated overy Thursday afternoon  this summer.  HOT TIME FOR THE NEGROES  PLANTERS THREATENING WHOLESALE  LYNCHING.  The Killing of a Prominent Louisianan  Causes Much Excitement in the  Vicinity of Shreyeport.  SPECIAL   PRIZES  DONATED  Wore Apportioned Satisfactorily.  The executive of' the -celebration  committee met yesterday afternoon  and apportioned most of the special  prizes. The. sports committee were  given $100 additional for lacrosse  games, on representations being  mado that teams r-ould bo got from  Medicine Tlat, I'hnenix, and Grand  Forks. Tho prizes for the drawing  contest for teams was fixed at $25,  a special pri/.u offered by the Ogilvie Milling Company. The,decoration' and music committee were  authorized, to ��� give' prizes, of, _thf-  money value of $70. for the best  decorated show windows and buildings. Pour prizes will be given,  namely, for the best decorated  hotel, best decorated building, best  decorated dry goods window, and  best decorated window other than  dry goods. The water carnival  committee were given $20 for an  additional...prize1, and the regatta  committee were given the bamboo  fishing rod and reel and the fire  proof jewelry box for special prizes.  The trades procession- committee  were authorized to offer-a flag of  the value of $15 as a special prize  for the union making the best  showing in numbers, and another  prize for the union making the best  general appearance on parade. All  articles donated for special prizes  liofc otherwise disposed-of wilFbe  handed over to the sports committee for disposition. The secretary expects to have the official  program in the hands of the printers by the 21th instant.  MINING   KECORDS.  One bill of sale was recorded at  the Nelson record office yesterday  in wliich Gus Nelson of this city  transferred to John Blomberg a  half interest, and to Nels Loweng-  ring and John Oston the remaining  half .interest in the Alma N. mineral  claim between Eagle and Sandy  creeks.  Threo locations were recorded:  Erie No. 2, one mile from Erie, by  W. P. Gunnip: Clinton, one mile  from Erie, by Martha Collins, and  the Washington on the Pen d'  Oreille river by Chester Gloss.  Certificates of work were granted  to George Davis on tho Silver  Quo-mi; A Kniglit et; al. on the Poor  Richard; and R. B. Esnouf on the  Syren.  Smugglers Captured.  Greenwood, June l'.i.���[Special  to The Tribune.]���Collector Mc-  Cufceheou of the customs office  rounded up tobacco smugglers this  week, made two arrests and secured one conviction. Hamilton, a  rancher living in Boundary Palls,  smuggled tobacco from a store ph  fche American sido near Midway and  sold some to a merchant. He was  turested and released on bail of  $2;">0. He skipped and his bail  escheated. J. J. O'Neill, a miner of  Summit Camp bought tobacco in  Nelson, Washington, and sold ifc to  miners. He was arrested, pleaded  guilfcy and was lined $100.  ', Shrevei-ort, La., June 13.���  Later reports from the Poster  plantation, where John Gray Foster  was murdered yesterday, say a  dozen or more frightened negroes  are cowering in the cane brakes  surrounded by a big mob, which  threatens every moment to lynch  the whole party. Prince Edwards,  the negro charged with firing the  fatal shot, has not been apprehended,  however, and it is the desire to get  him thafc has restrained the mob  thus-far. Bloodhounds are being  used on his trail, but so far as  known he has eluded Ins pursuers.  The mob includes nearly every  man and boy for miles around.  Most of them are armed, rifles,  pistols, shotguns, guns that saw  service in the civil war, and even"  pitchforks making up the array of  weapons. The negroes imprisoned  in the store are frantic with fear.  They are "officially" in the hands  of the authorities, but they realize  that their real captors are the  members of the mob which has  guarded every avenue of escape  since yesterday. Poster was a  young man well known, a brother-  in-law of governor McMillan of  Tennessee, and a member of one of  the leading families of Louisana.  The negroes were placed in the  store afc 9 o'clock last night, and  although the mob went home during the night, i^vcry avenue of  escape was still doubly guarded at  sunrise today. It is said thafc several times the mob - came near  throwing off all restraint aud  ���lynching" the prisoners. Other  counsel, advising a delay until Edwards should be captured, prevailed,  "���however. Mrs. Edwards is among  the arrested. She had in her possession the shotgun wifch which her  husband is said to have killed Poster. She is quoted as having said:  "Prince told the other men to stand  back and he would settle the business. Then he went in front of  thera and fired and Poster fell."  The Poster' plantation is five miles  east of this city on the Vicksburg,  Shreveporfc & Pacific railroad.  Trouble has been brewing'.: for some  time between the negroes and tho  overseers. Foster, thinking he  could succeed where the overseers  had failed, started for the negro  quarters yesterday. The negroes  were gathered in a cabin and he  =WHs=some-distanee=away==when=the=  shot which killed him was fired.  The negroes immediately scattered.  All but Edwards were quickly captured. ' '  Don't Like the Idea.  'Berlin, June 18.���The report of  the Transvaal concessions committee  is severely condemned here by the  whole press as being high-handed  and denying private property rights  in war against the practice of civilized countries. The correspondent  of the Associated Press learns  from a reliable source that the  German government has instructed  the German embassy in -London to  protest against the gross wrong  meditated against a large number  of German stockholders iu the  Netherlands South African railroad  whenever it appears certain or even  likely that the British government  will adopt the committee's report.  Germany takes the ground that the  German stockholders havo an undoubted right to full compensation  from Great Britain, for their shares.  Germany recalls her own" proceeding after the war of 1870-71,- when  she purchased at a high price the  French Eastern railroad iu Alsace-  Lorraine, til though the road aided  France in every possible manner  during the war. The society formed here for the protection of German stockholders of the Trans vital  railroad says steps have tdready  been taken to compel Great Britain  to do tlie shareholders justice.  Went Ashore in a Fog.  St. John's, N. P., Juno 13.���Tho  schooner Cvvir, bound from Labrador with fishermen and their families���seventy persons iu till ���was  driven ashore on Cabot island, on  the north coast  of  Newfoundland,  in a dense fog on Sunday night. A  desperate struggle with the elements ensued, the men trying to  land the women and children in the  teeth of a gale. The latter were  finally saved, but four men were  drowned and six others were injured in the undertaking. The survivors were on the island two days  without food or shelter. Then  another vessel passing towards  Labrador sighted their distress signals, rescuedfchem and landed them  on the mainland, whence they will  return home on board a mail  steamer. The Czar became a total  wreck and those on /board of her  lost all theirV belongings. The  women aud children ,jyere in a pitiable plight when they reached the  island, being ardiisecl at midnight  and being able:to -secure, scarcely  any of their clothing!'     77  GUBA WILL SOON BE FREE  Forgot to Make';1Returns.  Berlin, June lS^Purther reliable news about" 'the death of  Louis Stern, the former United;  States commercial,' agent at Bam-'  berg, Bavaria, who cbmmitted suicide June 10th by shooting himself,"  shows he had not made any returns  to the state department during the  last eighteen months, but if ho owes  money to the United States it is  only a small amount. On the other  hand a number of*, people in the  United States for whom Stern had  collected estates in .this country  have entered complaints that he  had not remitted the-amounts collected. Judgment for ' 2000 * marks  against Stern was recently rendered  by the Bamberg court and the deceased committed suicide the very  day the 2000 marks was due. Stern  had accepted a fiho commorcial  position at Bamberg,- but the firm  nullified the arrangement when it  learned of the judgment.  Americans Win.  London, June 13.���Tho Americans won the third consecutive day  of the clay bird match by a score  of S-13 to 730: The result was  accepted with the greatest' good  will on tho part of their British  opponents, tho ladies on- tho stand,  .waving American and British flags.  Speeches were afterwards made.by  captain T. A. Marshall of Keiths-  burg; Illinois, for'the United States  and by captain Bull for the British.  QUOITERS' ARRANGEMENTS  For the Celebration Tournament.  The following program has been  decided upon for the Nelson Quoit  Club tournament during the Dominion Day celebration. ���<  Championship of Kootenay, .for  teams of.four, only one entry from  each club; prize silver cup and four  individual prizes for winning team,  value $25. Cup to be held for one  year.  Nelson Quoit Club championship,  =f��7Ft^ara"S"<jf=fmTi^=foui^rK]ividu1ir  prizes for winning team.  Championship of Kootenay, for  individual play; three prizes, $7,  $3 and $2.  All prizes will be in value.  American quoiting rules to govern.  The following players have been  chosen to play test games for a  position on the team - to represent  the Nelson Quoit Club for Kootenay  championship: Chief Lillie, George  N111111, A. Purdy, Georgo Bell, W.  AV. Beer, W. J. Watehorn, Fred L.  Irwin, J. F. Weir and captain McMorris. The two making the best  average will obtain a place on the  team with J. H: Wallace and W.  Telford, who were chosen unanimously.  The draw for tho club championship, to be decided during the  Dominion Day celebration, is as  follows :  George Nunn (captain), Bell,  Miller, Chrisfcie vs. W. W. Beer  (captain), Irwin, O'Shea, Hunter.  McMorris (captain), Joe Thornp-.  son, Klliott, Morrison vs. chief Lillie  (captain), Smyth, Irving, Hardie.  J. H. Wallace (captain), Watehorn,  Rev. Monro, Archibald vs. Purdy  (captain), Bradley, Hedley, R. Weir.  J. F. Weir (captain), Turner,  Watson,Gillett vs. Telford (captain),  Skerratt, John Nunn, Brown.  Only Entitled to the Guaranty.  Annai'Ous, Md., Juno 13.���The  Maryland Court of Appeals today  rendered an opinion in a suit  brought to decide the' prico of the  preferred stock of tho Baltimore &  Ohio railroad, in which it held that  the holders of suoh stock aro entitled to receive no more than the  ���1 per cent guaranteed by the company.  ELECTION FOE NECESSARY OFFICERS SOON TO BE CALLED.  United States Will Probably Keep a  Few Troops on the Island for  Some Time.  Washington, June  13.���It is expected at the war department that  Cuban independence will be an accomplished fact by next Christmas.  The next step in order, now that  the Piatt amendment is adopted by  the constitutional convention, is for  that body to take up and pass an  electorate   bill which will provide  for the election of all the officers  necessary to set up an independent  government   in   Cuba.    It is   said  here   that such a bill is already,  framed and is ready for submission1  to the convention at auy moment.  There is good reason for the belief  that secretary Root has seen   this  bill and has "approved of its provisions, indeed if he has not actually had to do with its construction.  It is thought that the convention  can  dispose of this measure in a  week or two, and that will complete  the labors of the body.   A period  of ninety days, it is said here, must  be  allowed  for publication  of the  electoral  act before the necessary  elections  can  be held.    It may be  necessary and  probably  will be to  maintain some United States troops  in Cuba 'after  the new officials are  inaugurated  and until the  Cubans  havo  hud  time to  set up a Cuban  military force,  but the  length of  this   stay   probably   will    depend  upon   the   wishes   of  the  Cubans  themselves.  Noted Publisher in New York.  NEW YORK. June 13.���Arthur. Pearson, owner of about thirty publications  in England, consisting of dailies,  monthlies and weeklies, among them  being the Daily Express of London, arrived here today on the Oceanic. Mr.  Pearson said that he would be in America one week and that he would visit  the Pan-American exposition.  MONTREAL HAS A TRAGEDY  PROMINENT     SOCIETY . WOMAN  AND  HER SON  FOUND DEAD.  BOARD  OF  TRADE   MEETING.  ____������-. u  There was vory little business to  come before the members" of the  -Nelson "Board' o��' Trade'at' their'  regular meeting last evening, and  in view of this and the prospect of  no important business in sight, the  president, Grange V. Holt, announced that during the remainder  of the summer months the regular  meeting would be dispensed with.  During the warm weather it was  very often difficult to secure a  quorum, and ib would become more  so if regular meetings were held  and members called upon to set  aside other engagements to transact what might be termed purely  routine business. In other places  such matters were attended to by  the council and unnecessary inconvenience was thereby spared the  members of the board. He offered  this merely as a suggestion. If,  =however,=aiiy=imporfcanfc^=matter  came up a meeting could be called  iu the usual way, and the fact that  a meeting was called would in itself  indicate that the business was important and thereby insure a good  attendance.  The suggestion of fche president  was received with unanimous  approval.  The only business of importance  transacted was the adoption of a  resolution, in line with the council's  suggestion, calling upon the federal  government to constitute Nelson a  postal district, with an assistant  inspector in charge of its postal  arrangements who would have  some knowledge of the requirements of fche service.  A Big Tax Levy.  Niow York, June 13.���A dispatch  to the World from London says :  The British government has decided to levy $250,000,000 ou the  Transvaal gold mines to help pay.  tho cost of the war. Sir David  Barbour, formerly**finance minister  for India, who was commissioned  to report upon the taxable capacity  of these mines, advised colonial  secretary Chamberlain to levy  $175,000,000, but Mr. Chamberlain,  after consultation with lord Milner,  increased the maximum to the  amount stated. This action, when  ifc becomes known, is certain to  cause consternation among the  Kaffir stockholders, who. fancied  that the idea of taxing the mines,  wliich are mostly owned in England,  had been abandoned. As these  very gold mines were fche real underlying cause of the war, many have  maintained that their British  owners should be made to bear a  largo share afc least of its heavy  burden.  Opposition to the Steel Trust.  PHILADELPHIA. June 13. ��� The  North American tomorrow will say:  "British capitalists have come to America with a view of buying all the good  companies outside the United States  Steel-- Corporation. If they shall consider it more to their advantage to hold  and operate the plants-they will do so.  If they find it more profitable to resell-  one or all of the plants they will do  that, or if they conclude a combination  of steel works would be. more to their  advantage 'they will merge the com-'  panies they get into a steel combination. ���  Speculates Unwisely and Suicides.  'BALTIMORE, June 13.���Heavy financial losses incurred in -speculation,  it is asserted here, caused the suicide  of Dr. William Hudson Daly, former  surgeon in the United States army, a  , personal friend ' of" general Miles, and  originator of the "embalmed beef" scandal. Dr. Daly killed himself with a revolver in Pittsburgh, Pa., a few days  ago and it was given out there that the  suicide was the .result of melancholia  brought on by the death of his wife.  Prom most reliable sources it is learned,  however, that, the unfortunate man had  invested largely' in -local investments,  and lost heavily.  Details of the Affair Are Unknown,  but the Act Is Attributed to  Mental Derangement.    .  EASTERN CANADIAN NEWS  Wired in Brief.  BELLVILLE, Ont, 13���The Daily Sun  (Liberal) goes into- voluntary liquidation on Saturday next, when the paper  ceases publishing.  QUEBEC, 13.���A negro named -William Blair lias been arrested 'for stabbing a carter named Bouchard, whose  condition ��� is serious. ' '  BRUCE MINES, Ont., 13.���The main  shaft building * of, the Bruce Copper  mines was burned.," this morning. Loss  $35,000, insurance $20,000." ,  OTTERVILLE, Ont, 13!���Louis Cole,  while working in'Haw's sawn*ill~yester-  tlay morning, was struck by a piece of  board and  instantly killed.  TORONTO. 13.���A' potato-famine is  threatened.-A few weeks ago 30, cents a  bag was a big price, now"~80-ceiits 'is  the retail price'. The advance is due to  the lateness of the new crop.  QUEBEC, '13.���The nuns of the Hotel  Dieu hospital are celebrating tlie 9(Jth  anniversary of the birthday of their old  est member, Mother St. Helen.nee Lan-  drick, who has been there 73 years and  4 months.  TORONTO. 13.���Hon. A. S. Hardy,  ex-premier of Ontario, died at 10 minutes past 10 tonight. Saturday .last, he  was operated on for appendicitis. Paralysis of the heart followed. He was unconscious some time before death. -..  HALIFAX, 13.���The Inter-provincial  rifle match was shot at. Sussex today.  New Brunswick won, scoring' 732;  Prince Edward Island second, 707; Nova  Scotia third, C98. New Brunswick's  score breaks the'record.  WINDSOR, Ont.. 13���Mrs. John Broderick, wife of a well-to-do farmer in  Sandwich west,,'was struck by lightning Tuesday evening and instantly  'killedf=-'r-he=woman=was=pasingH-eneath-  a metallic clothes line when lightning  struck the lino and then struck Mrs.  Broderick on the bridge of the nose,  splitting that member in two as clean  as though a razor had been used. The  lightning then seems to have entered  her mouth and come out the back of  her chin, making a hole like that made  by a large shotgun.  Still Talking It Over.  WASHINGTON, June 13.���The representatives of the European powers interested in China were at the state department today, this being diplomatic  day, and the general status of the. negotiations at Pekin were gone over very  fully with acting secretary Hill. The  chief Interest centered In the pending  American proposition that the indemnity complication be referred to The  Hague tribunal. None of the governments has yet definitely announced its  proposition as to this plan. But the prevailing sentiment amonjr the callers  seemed that a reference to The Hague  would entail moro delay. One of them  remarked that it would mean at least  another six months of negotiations.  If the Rusisan government concurs in  the suggestion as has been reported unofficially, it will materially add to the  chances that this conference to The  Hague will be made. On the other hand,  at least one of the continental powers  is thought to be quite strongly opposed  to removing tlie negotiations from  Pekin.  Vancouver Notes.  VANCOUVER,; June 13��� f Special to  The Tribune.]���E. R. Rickets has been  appointed by mayor Townley to go to  Ottawa and obtain details of the arrangements for the duke of York's  party in British Columbia.  Pacific coast inspector Dunn of the  Chinese immigration department has  been here for a week investigating alleged border frauds. He has decided to  ask the Washington authorities for the  appointment of a special commission  to investigate boundary affairs aid  make a special report with the assistance of Canadian, authorities. Chinese as  well as Italians have been stopped recently in crossing the boundary.  Montreal, June 13.���Mrs. J. J.  Redpath, oue of Montreal's society  leaders, lies dead in  her handsome  residence on Sherbrooke street and^  her son,- Clifford Redpath, is lying  unconscious in the Royal Victoria  hospital with a bullet in his brain.  About 6 o'clock fche househ old was  startled by the noi-*e of two revolver shots from  Mrs.  Redpath 'a  room.     On rushing in the servants  were astounded to find Mrs. Red-  path and her son lying on the floor,"  both unconscious.    Physicians were  summoned, but Mrs.-Redpath died  in a few minutes.    Her son was removed to che hospital in a dying  condition. No details of the tragedy"'  are known.   Mrs.-Red path has been "  ill for some time, suffering from insomnia.    The surmise is that while  tsmporarily mentally deranged Mrs. .  Redpath attempted to end her' life  and in attempting to prevent her,  the son was shot.    The unfortunate  lady   then   completed   her undertaking;    The affair has caused a  sensation in society circles.  Long Skiff Voyage.  New York, June 13.���Alvah  D.  Sanies and Barton H.  Noland, two ���  young men who left Irvihgton, Vh,���,  a small town on the Rappahannock,,  May 29fch in an   18-ponhd  18-foo'r, -  paddling skiff, are expected to reach  this   city   next    Monday-     Their  friends   believe   they are now ��>ff  Cape May.    The young men intend J  to make a  10,000 'mile journey in  the skiff and  to be gone a yea 1-.  They are not to use sails, but are to  travel the. whole distance by pad- -  dling.   They plan to  land on the  New York coast through''' the"*surf.*"  and to re-embark the next morning.  Prom this city the men will paddle  up the Hudson, through  the  Erie  canal to   Buffalo   over the   Great  lakes, then down the  Sfc Lawrence  to the Gulf of Sfc Lawrence.     From  there they expect to paddle down  the Atlantic   coast   to   Key West  through the Gulf of Mexico to Texas, where the journey  will terming  ate.  * Freaks of Lightning.  Chicago, June 13.���During a  storm last night the residence of  fire marshal Driscoll in South Chicago was shattered by lightning  just as the marshal was preparing  to answer a call with the department  to  another   residence  which  had been set on   fire  by the  light-   ITing. The marshal was stunned  and leffc unconscious by the stioke.  His wife quickly levived him by  sprinkling water on his face, but  while she was thus engaged the fire  cut off the exits in front, and the  marshal, upon regaining consciousness, had to carry his wife, her  mother and his children to a place  of safety. Then he directed the  department in its work both' upon  his own residence and the neighboring house that was first struck.  A number of other buildings were  struck by lightning throughout the  city and suburbs and much damage  was done by wind and water.  Killed in the Le Roi.  Ro.ssi.ano, June 13.���Joseph Gill,  cage tender at the Le Roi mine,  was fatally injured this morning.  In some unknown manner he fell  from the step at the 700-foot level  and was picked up shortly after  on the bulk head at tbe 800-foot  level. He managed to gasp out in  reply to a query as tothe manner  of the accident the single word,  "fell," and then lapsed into unconsciousness, from which he did nofc  rally. Gill was taken to the Sisters'  hospital, where he died four hours  later. Deceased was 25 years old  and a Yorkshire man. He was a  strong anion man and thoroughly  familiar with his duties.  -**"L  -S-fl  1  ;**"?r 1  1 "a,  -   *���!  -*r,rxsi  ���.V-J-  *4.|  7MI  1 s\i&yti  %-* &  *   t ' i  -���������I  Gasoline Tank Explodes;  New York, June 13.���The fishing  schooner Roulette was wrecked  today by the explosion of the gasoline tank which supplies her engine.  The vessel's sides were blown oufc  and she was set on fire and sank in  ten feet of water. Oue man was  badly scorched and two others  were blown overboard. Passing  tags picked up the men. THE  TMBUNB:  NELSON, B. C, FlUDAY, JUNE 14, 1901  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ISfc-  --B^-'*S-a'_>-,^,_?,*a,_*'',-:-8>'^-^'^  ii't  m'    to  to  to  to  to  to  _-_s_SE:e,<K'__:��'��:_S;C-C  ���c ��� 0-0 _? *5T' *ST��� "ST* *���?��� "S?" -T. "BT^ "BT  SPECIAL  SALE  SPECIAL  SALE  BOCKSEY AND GLASSWARE  Until End of June.  From 20 to 35 Per Cent Off  Regular  Prices���Watch Our Windows.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  THE HUDSON'S BAY COIPAM  Baker   Street, Nels in.     '<S_r>.g��.<g'._r..-'- _r-_r ���_������._�����_?���/_������_���_��� *i;   -__������_-. _fe ���_& _�����.��-js>_a���;&-jfr���-*��.-g?y  to  to  to  to  Even the men  who claim  to be  mine managers cannot agree.   i\Iino  manager   Hirsehell-Cohen   of   Victoria says that investors can  have  no   confidence   unless   they   know  the  inner workings of  the mines;  that producing mines  must declare  their output monthly.    Mine managers in Kootenay ask, why should  mining companies be  required to  make returns  monthly that show  what the mines are actually doing?  One wants absolute publicity; tlie  other wants absolute'secrecy.    The  law requires the manager of a producing mine to make a return on or  --before   the   15th   of   each   month  showing . "the    quantity    of    ore  " shipped   or   treated, during   the.  " previous "month   and  the - assay ���  "values   thereof,, and   any   other  " particulars deemed- necessary "by  "the  minister of  mines."    This-is  the law that the Kootenay mine,  managers say is an unwarranted  interference   with   their   business.  It is the same law that mine manager  Hirsehell-Cohen   says  is   not  sufficiently   stringent    to    protect  investors    in    mining    companies.  Looking at it from the point of a  disinterested newspaper, it would  appear to be a very just and a very  reasonable   law.       If    the   mines  department is to compile information of value, it must have reliable  data. ' The tonnage of ore produced  and the assay value thereof is data  that is absolutely necessary.    Such  data,   even   if   published   weekly,  could not injure auy  company conducting operations on  honest lines.  IE a  comjiany  has shares  to  soil,  investors should have ��� the information required under the law quoted  The best Kodad*  aro made hy the  Kaslinan Krdak  Co. Tho moitic-  lialilo Cameras  aro thoso made by  tlio,Rochester Op-  t ioal Co. Wc con  fine our stock to these mailers' BOrdH because  thoy are the best and most satisfactory.   Onr  KODAKS,  CAMERAS AND  PHOTO SUPPLIES  PHOTO SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS  arc also of the best. Wc keep Seeds and Stanley  Plates, Jlounts, Solar, Vclox audDccko papers  ���in fact everything that is required by the Professional or Amateur Photographer, and only  the bett. Tho prices, too, are tho best possible  for Iho customer.  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. Ltd  PlAN.OS TO  HKNT.  NKLSON, b. c.  above. If a company has no shares  to sell, the information if given  could not injuriously affect the  company. Mine managers appear  to.bo a good deal like  setting hens.  - Tn is Victoria Colonist says there  is a lack of money for investment  in mines. Tiie Colonist is wrong.  There is a lack of mines in which to  invest capital profitably. Prospects  are not mines; but they are too  often held at miue prices. To make  a mineral clain a prospect requires  work ; but too many claim holders  are afraid of hard work. What is  wanted in British Columbia is more  elbow grease aud less- "rag-chewing"; more owners willing to take a  fair price for undeveloped prospects; more experts who kuow tlie  difference between porphyry and  quartz; more mine managers who  prefer work to notoriety and,  above all, regular dividends from  productive mines.  shareholders of the Le Roi Mining  Compauy, but high enough grade  to pay haudsome profits to thei  owners of the  Northport  smelter.  When cornered, mine .managers1  admit they would have no great'  grievance against the laws of this  province were values the same as]  they were four or - five years ago;  but with lead at $1.00 a hundred  and silver at 59 cents, and the .ore,  in several camps, carrying less than  half its former values, every cent!  added to the cost of mining is'an  additional burden. They admit,  that in several respects, the mining  laws of British Columbia are better  than the laws of the United States;  but they denounce the eight-hour ]  law and 2 per cent tax as unjust'  legislation.  Abe merchants who close their  front doors on-Thursday afternoon  and do business through the telt-  phone and dispatch messenger boxes  keeping the letter and' spirit of the  Thursday Closing Agreement ?  Ni'ijSox has two men who believe  themselves to be absolutely pure,  absolutely free from moral defilement, and both waiit the public to  know it through the columns of the  Miner.  There are men in Kootenay today managing mines who obtained  their first experience as miners on  the great Comstock lode at Virginia  and Gold Hill, Nevada. It is just  possible that they have paid assessments on shares in mines that never  paid dividends to their shareholders ; but the ore from these  same mines, when treated at mills  owned by men who controlled the  mines, paid handsome profits to the'  owners of the mills. It is just,  possible that the IJe Roi ore .is; too'.  jk>w grade to pay dividends to the;  QukstJon : Who is responsible  for the imposition of the 2 per cent  tax on the output of metal mines ?  Answer: The Lo Roi Mining Company of Rossland.  Indians Arc Quiet.  Disnvbr, June 13.���Reports of  troubles with the Indiaus near Fort  Washakie, Wyo., are unfounded.  Even the report of the killing of an  Indian by a white sheep herder is  false. Colonel Jesse ,M. Lee, commandant at Fort Leavenworth, who  was sent by general- Merriam tw.o.  weeks ago to Fort Waskakie to investigate the alleged troubles with-  the Indians, has made his report to  general Merriam. General Lee in  his report asserts that the Indians  have made complaint that the agent  has not given them sufiicient seed  grain to plant and thereby raiso  their crops, but this was found to  be simply a complaint and to carry  with it no indications whatever of  hostility. The story of the killing  of au Indian by a white sheep  herder grew out of a shooting between two sheep herders, both  white, in which neither was hurt.  America Remains Stubborn.  New York, June 13.���A special  to the Herald from Pekin says: At  the meeting of the diplomatic corps  held yesterday afternoon (Tuesday)  the reduction of claims as pioposed  by America was definitely rejected.  Secretary Hay's proposal to submit  vouchers  to the tribunal   of   The  Hague was taken .lato consideration. If the ministers voice the,  views of their governments there is  a possibility of its acceptance.  Russia made a concession by withdrawing her opposition, which had  been most pronounced. The tax on  salt would be guaranteed to the  powers, provided the commercial  powers consent to the augmentation of import duties. This was  agreed to on condition that the  Chinese government undertakes tho  improvement of harbors and consents to have tho tariff readjusted  by an international commission.  The tari 11" on salt, the native customs duos and tile tax on grain  which, have been conceded amply  guarantee the indemnity. It is  now a]-parent that the powers will,  group themselves together for tho  purpose of issuing bonds for the indemnity. The opposition of America to the proposed international  guarantee has  not been  overcome.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents "for J. & ii. TAYLOB SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  In (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Olllce on Uakor Street), wost of SI_nloy Street  NKLSON.  FOR   SALE  GOOD TEAM   AND   HARNESS  Apply A. J. HINDE, P. 0, Box 84,  Or Hover street, between Cedar and Park.  100 MEN WANTED  Axmen, Station-men and Laborers, for railway work.   Apply to  BRECKENRIDGE & LUND.  June 11, 1001. Morrisey, B. C  ENTRIES   FOR         .   ���  Charr)pionshipQuoitiV|atch  AT CLUB HOTEL  : Will Close  at 8 o'clock p. m.  SATURDAY,   JUNE    9th,   1901  Game will start at  m. July 1, 1901.  10 o'clock a.  INSURANCE,  REAL .ESTATE!.  and MINING BROKER  HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.  Fine house and lot on Silica  street convenient to Baker street.  Price $3000; only $1SOO required iu  cash.  Also, two-story houso iu Hume  Addition. Price $1100; only $500  required to bo paid in cash.  tof  00  .-��_>  ��� <������������ _sa5 -.**_�� j����_> -*��_��  00" 00- 00' 00* 00 ' 00' 00' 00' 00  >ra>,. '"������Si. ��w��\. 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'^v*^*  ixxzxxixxixxxix;tzxjxxx:xixiixxi'ixxxxxx:x  JUNE DELINEATOR  NOW READY  36 Baker Street, Nelson.  a  u  II  li  |  txxxxzxxxixtxzxxxzxxixsxxxxixzxxxxxxxxxxxx:  ,J  -A-T  ���\V"03NTI)EJR2riTJX_IJ"y"  X.O"W-   PBICES  AS-  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���In all the popular  styles    .........-. 75c to $2.00  BLACK   AND   COLORED   SILK;   WAISTS ���We  have about, twenty, made up in a vari-'ly  of styles arid iu values that, range from  $-1.50 to $S to close 'out, marked down  your choice  $2.50  WHITE  LAWN   WAISTS-Dressy waists with  inserting.-*,  tucks  or  allover  embroidery,,  plain or pleated tucks.. .'.. .$100. to $2,50  BLACK TAFFETA���SurphVo front witli tucked  or corded shield, also hemstitch or cluster  'tuck.-*,-puff, bishop or fancy sleeve?, and  button finish. $7.50 to $15  LIBERTY SILK WAISTS���Black and colored,  same style as above, comes in light blue,  old rose, cream and black.-..". $5.50  to A FINE LINE OF MEN'S SU  to-  to  to  to  ;xxixxxzx:xxx:xixz::zxx:xzxixzxzxxx:xzxsxxi  to  NEW  WASH  VEILING  :* nir xi ii  :in*cirxiiiixi_:iii_ziiiiii___.i.  f*tt:Txiitiniii:*i:iTiixj.iixxi-f i:>::irTxxix_r;]  M M  jj .  ���j MAIL ORDERS |]  ii FllOWPTLY  ' Ij  FILLED 3  ���*N'__* __^ ��� <2_ -0* - _��>__* ���__! ���__'/ _�� ���_�� �����-__ '0*- ��L  <*S--ST* '����_* --ST- >*. "*-T- >�����. ������5T- ����������> --ST- ^ --ST- >��,  36  Baker  Street  m  lzxTxxxzx2xrxx7ixrxxxx^xzxxxxxxxxxxxx:xxxxx*l  00 .00 . 00 .  '<*_-" ��_���'��_--  ��� '���k. '*_v ���>���_�� *  -^at�� .*��_* ��>���_��. -��safr ���-�����*�����  ��� 00 ' 00. 00' 00' 00  ��� 00' 00' 00' 00  -0�� -*-_*��� -<��)����� ^��_�� <*m& ^��k> -��_�����'  " 00' IO0 ��� 00" 00 ��� 00* 00 ��� 0VH>*  KOOTENAY....  COFFEE GO.  ss:-3'_--3'_-_asa-��.3--3��!��_e--e'S**:_s*��  Coffee Boasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  aaaaaaaaaaaas-ss--_s-.&6&&-6--8��  .Wo am ofl'crii!-*; at, lowest, prices tlie liost,  crudes of Ceylon, India, Chiua uiftl .luuivri  Teap.  Our Iles^ Mocha and Java CofTco, por  pound ?   10  Mocha and .lava Hlend, .'��� pniindH    1 Oi) ���  Choice' lllend Coiroo, I iioumls    1 00  Special Blend (Joll'ce, (j pounds    1 00  Mo Blond GWca, 8 pounds    1 0(1  Special Blend. Coylon Tea, per pound'    30  Limited.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY GOFFEE GO.  ' Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST ".BAKER STREET, KELSON.  FISHING TACKLE  WI!  ITAVK THK  BEST   ITIjIKS  AND  ��� UKST LKADERS  MADK.  CHARLES  HILLYER,  .   President and General Manager.  All Communications to be  HARRY  HOUSTON,  &^.,. Secrfitary-Treasurer  addressed to cither of tho above  We are prepared to Furnish  by Bail, Barge or Teams  DIMENSION L UMBER  ROUGE and DRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL and COAST CEILING  LOCAL and COAST FLOORING  DOUBLE DRESSED COAST CEDAR  RUSTIC, SEJPLAP, 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  FACTORY: HALL STREET C. P. R. CROSSING.  FRONT STREETS.  MILLS: HALL STREET WHARF  WHOLESALE TRADE  i-EBATEP AND MINERAL WATERS.  TUOIU.'" & <���<>.. jj'IMlTKD.���G'onior Vornon  and G'imI.-U" MlreolK, iVi-lson, manufacturer-*  of anil v-lu-lc���ilo iloalers in- larn'.ed waters and  fni"t syrups. Holo uf?on|j/i for Halcyon Springs  minoral water.   Telophono CM..  ASSAVERSV: vSUPl-'LIfis! ~~  Xjrr   l'\ TKICTZKl". '& CO.-Cornor iiaker ux*a  *' ���   Jo<-opliif��.)i*l,r'-->Ui, Ncl.'.ou. wli'ilPs-aled--:-.!  ore  hi   -wir-iyori'   Mipplios.   Agenth  j.cr Denvn.  Pirn Clay Co. rut .Oisnvo):. Colorado.  H.  Kc  COMMISSION.., MBRGK ANTS.  J. J'JV'ANS  &  CO.���llal'oy Firoeb, Noljion  wholei-aUi    rto.-*.ler='    i>i    I'cj-aon:,    ciKarB  cemcnti, <li'0 l��'iek Witt Uro olay, wal or ])lpr. and  r-'l.ei*l r.iilfi, aurl HHnoral ctimnUtiKioD merehaxiis.  BIJEJOTRICAL   SUPPLIES"  ���OOTl-NAY JT!?jKC'!T1_C RiJ1-!'IiY & CON-  S'l j I IJ (j"V! ()_. COWP A NV-V. holosnlo <1 c>\l-  bm In lolcijlionui-, :iiirji:ue!alor-j. bells, lxittorlos,  flxlii-jrci, oio.. ilon-?l/an block, Ncteiiii.  TfLOUR AND FEED!  pllARKMA N" - K5CK M'UjJjTNG COMPANY  J.J. ���CJercnlii, Klour, 'Gr.-xin, Hay, Slraixhti or  iiilxod euvs Ghln-pcd to nil KooUiiiay Points.  Oniin olm-.--.lor-- n:, till n'rlncipiU iiointson Cnltcary-  ftii'iioriton li. K. MiUb al, Victoria, Now Wosti  min.-ilor, ��nd ICilinonton. vVlberia.   FKSSil  AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.���lir.ker   r-fci-eoD,   Notaoo,  wliolowuo diMilors In fresh find cured tiion-ts.  f'tOJ'HRO.  P.  Cold  =i=jMinnowsrSilvcr and=Kol(l'and=Phantoins  Silk   Lines  -    Landing Nets  .Anda splendid lino of all lisliing rcquisiles.  Apply.   .    AOKNT. Il.VIvKIl S-*TUi'l*T.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.  K.-W.-C. Ulock.       Cornor Ward and Bakor 8tn  R.B. REILEY  (SUCCESSOR TO H. I). ASHCROFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AND    WOOD  EXPERT HORSESHOEING  Special attention Rivon'to -ill kinds of repairing  and Clinton) work from o'.'wido point*'. Heavy  bultm iriHrin Ln nrrlor nn shoi-I notieo. .  GROCERIES.  A JJIAdHOif! ALD & CO.���Cornor P'ront -md  ���*-*������ Kail i-l'Tuts, .-wholoiiule grooerg and  'ohbern in bli-.uiriif'i, glovey. i_<t!.s, booLs, rubbers,  ninckiniLw:1 n,uiv mmors'i.nmlrio'*. -        ���n-fOuTi'NAy   tlUPl'LY   COMPANY,   JjIMI-  J-il"   T1311���Vernon    street!,  Nolrton,   wholoi''>lo  KrocerK.  fOHjV GHOIJ-ITOH & UO.-  *���'    son, 'ivholosal'j-io'ocovs.  wars  nu��� mlnlag miDplic-u.  Pov-dor Oo.  N'KliSON   SAW  lAUlTHll-Cwnw  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen��Doors  Windows  Inside ���* Finish  local ifthdlcc-iiHl)..  ..   Flooring  load and coa80,   .,  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  !)f all kinds.  lir WHAT VOII WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  WK Wil'.L MIVKK IT ITOK YOU  OAEJj AND RKT PRICKS',  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  TRRMONT HOTKIj BLOCK.  Lar-je stock of 'hiKh-elaes imported goods,  ���pooialty  of  tho  wquaro   shoulder��� the  Ha��hlnn inoo��.n��.  FOR   SALE   OR    FOR  ''House Boat, '.completely furnished for rent by  tbe week or month on most reasonable terms, or  For Sale at a Bargain.  Thirds a good investment for a man who oould  look after Fame and personally take out tourists  ami (isliing parties.   Apply  T. G-. PROCT33K, Baker Btreot.  ���t'lonli stireolj, Nol  y.. GRZ/mN ft' OO.-lronti stroeti, Noit'oa  whnior!!\.o   deitlera   in   provlriauti,   onrod  Wsabs. bowar and okkh.  HARDWARE AMI MINING SUPPLIES.  fT KYKIX3 & (DO.���Cornor liakornud Josephine  '-*���������   BtreelH, NoIrom, wIidIohiuIo dualors InJJmrd-  Axorjtfl for 'Gtanti  AWlUilNOK    HAROWAKK     (j'OMPANV  ���'~,   Hsikor Kti.,  Mulsion.  wholoi-p.lo   daalerti  In  harflwarc nnd rnlulnR suppliea, and wafer, and  liluu.ih-.rt-ij'supalinR,   '  L-KiUOJSS AMD DHY GOODS.  'TK/itNE'K, BMJKTON .-s CO.-Cornor Vernon  ���*- and JoBophiue Htreote, Nelson, whotenale  doalers In -llquorR, oi-,-arR and. dry Koodn. AkuiiIis  tr>r Pi.:l.inti Hrowinff Co. ot MilvrauUuo and Cal  f* try/lrsT/inir Cri. of CulKary.  JM  AMX DOORS.  AND   WjANIWO  'MjIIa_3.  Front i-.nd Hall si-iveloi,  Ntt'lHOn, lEaimfacl-ui'arF of and wiioloaa'e dyainrs  ln vA.ih and doors; fill kinds nf factory work laaAe  to order. -  WINES AND OIQARS^  OAIjIFOJRN'fA WS.VW COMVANY, 30JMI  ���TKO'-OurMor Kroulj and Hail sbrootifl, N��l  afiri, -*-''hol>3Ha^���.���. daalerniti 'wlnea <������� aart bulk,  and ctanxj-n'iln n.i:rt Ituooxtmi cicr9.i'";.  UAKKH STKKKT. NKLSON.  '��� r__  UAf.L AND LAKE BTJBH_TS, NEtHOS  CARPET CLEANING  MEW PROCESS.  l,rave orders at, Bootblack Staud at McAr-  thui't) oorner.    Work jjnarantced,  J3. T. SMITH.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air,  LarKO comfortiaMo  bodroomR and   flrati-ola-*-!  dining-room. Sumplo rooms for oommorulal men.  RATES B2 PER DAY  The only hotel In KoIhou iihab has roma'.ned  undor one munUKomerili since liaO.  Tlio bo-1-rooms aro wall furnished and Ilghtied  by electricity.  Iho har in always stocked by tha heat dom b-  tic and Imported IlqnorB and oigara,  THOMAS MADPEW, Proprtotor,  flflrs. L C. Oiarkes Pr,p  KATIE OV THffi BOyAl HOTKL, OAMUB-  J. H. MoMANUS. ManaRer  CONCENTRATOR  Tons Capacity.      .  LEDGERWOOD   HOIST  ELECTRIC SINKING PUMP  ONE PAIR 8-INCH and ONE  PAIR 16-INCH WATERWHEELS  And OH e   Plant.  FOR PAETICULARS APPLY TO  Revelstoke  Station, B.C.  P. 0. BOX 172  I  Bar stooked with bant brands of wines, liquors,  i\x\ Cigars. Boor on draughti. Largo comfort)-  __u laom*, fitrsti-clasfl table boa, _���  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corarar Vlotorlii and Kootenay Streots.  TH___-HON_l MO, Bft  P. O, Box m. THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C./FBIDAY, JUNE H, 1901  Yf.  m��  ASK OF MONTH]  OjJLPITAI,, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  KEST          7,000,000.00  UNDXVIDEK FKOF.ITS       427.180.80  TjOrd Strat.hooiia and Mount Royal ...Prosidont  Hon. Guoi'ifO A. Drummoud Vice-President  K. H, CioiMton aoneral Manager  NELSON URANUH  ''ornor Bakor and Kootonay Streeta.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE  BANK  OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICK:  TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve If und,  $8,000,000  $2,000,000  OIF    0-__.__T^_v.I_)-__.  IIPIBIAL BANK ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^g^g^-^^^gg^^-%  HKAl)  OFFICK. TORONTO.  ���"ranches in Lonikjn (England) Nrcw York,  Chicago, and all the principal citlos in Cani'da.  Hny and hoJI Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  Grunt Comniorcial and Triwelorn' Credit1*,  available in any part of the world.  Bruits losuod, Collodions Mado, Kid.  Saving-s Bank Branch  OUKUK.VT KATK OK INTMKKST 1'All).  'f-__uMi InIEf form  From Various Sources.  LONDON. 13.���-Lord Mil nor of Capo  Town took tlio custoniiiry oath and liis  setit in tlie house of lords tliis afternoon. Ho was warmly cheered.  ROCHESTER. N. Y.. 13.���Tlio Appellate Court, which lias had tho matter  re Sunday' closing of the Pan-American exposition, litis dropped the matter.  NEW YORK, 13.���Bob Fitzsimmons',  the pugilist, ill's announced his intention to enter into the ring as a wrestler and will issue :\ challenge to all  , comers, barring Roeber and Nourcu-  lali. for a wrestling match.  BOMBAY, India, 13.���According to a  dispatcli to tho London Daily Mail from  Sam la a favorable monsoon had started  there on Juno 7th and rains wero everywhere expected in India except in the  northern portions of the Punjab.  CHEYENNE, Wyo., 13. ��� Governor'  Richards do.nies tho report from Helena that tho "Wyoming militia have boon  ordered out to suppress tho rebellious'  Arapahocs. Word from tho agency states  that tho Indians arc quieting down.  BERLIN, 13.���Canada is specifically  excepted in tho official announcement  that the federal council on the basis  of tho law of May 20th has decided from  July 30th to extend.to tho products of  Great Britain and her colonies tiie most  favored nation treatment.  PEKIN, 13.���Tridications point to a  probable settlement of the indemnity  euostion at the next meeting of minis-  tors, which is expected to tako place  Saturday. Tho ministers feel that it is  absolutely necessary that a strong effort  should be mado to terminate, tho affair.  BERLIN, 13.���A man named Endc.  supposed to bo an American, who is ac-  fiiscd of robbing jewelers to the amount  ot 10.000 marks was arrested today on  filtering the place occupied -by an alleged ��� receiver of stolen goods. Endc  stabbed the policeman who tok him in-  ��� to custody.  NEW YORK, 13.���Samuel Gompers,  president of the Aniericn Federation of  Labor, has mado this announcement to  the Washington Chronicle and Herald:  The American Federation of Labor will  aid the International Association of Machinists in tho war in its contest for the  ���nine-hour day.  NEW YORK, 13.���James R. Koeno's  great colt stepped on a stone while galloping Monday and bruised ono of his  heels so badly that he will not start in  the Brooklyn derby today. Whilo the  accident is not considered, serious at  the present, his trainer, James Rew,  is not willing to take any chances of  permanently injuring him. Tho Brooklyn derby is worth 810,000 and the race  seemed to be at his mercy.  LONDON. 13.���Tho Naval nnd Military Record, comenting on the throe  weeks' trial of tho British turbine torpedo boat destroyer Viper, which was  conducted under the regular service conditions nnd during which she developed a speed of 30 knots and was pio-  nounced capable of doing 31, says her  coal consumption was enormous at top  speed, wliich, the paper adds, militates  -fTgai lmtfTth^^Jlair^wliiclf^tlfe^in ventor"  had in view. .  DETROIT, 13.���A special to the Tribune from Traverse City says: A heavy-  rain- and hail storm passed over Traverse City and a portion of Grand Traverse county yesterday afternoon. Ono  inch and a-r'iiartor of rain fell in ono  hour. Fruit was stripped from trees  and '.-strawberries wore cut off and  ruined. Threo sons of William Eikoy  took refuge in a barn during the storm.  'Lightning struck the barn and instantly killed the older, a boy of four years.  The others are still unconscious.  NEW YORK, 13.���The World says:  Trolley cars built in this country will  soon go whizzing and clanging from  Athens to Piraeus in modern Greece.  The contract for constructing the lino  lias boon lot. The electric boom has  struck Greece so forcibly that electric  light plants tiro being manufactured in  the United States to'Illuminate Cal-  amata., Lyra and Patras, the latter the  most important seaport in the . kingdom and tbo export point for large  shipments of currants. (  NEW YORK, 13.���T'no strike in the  Ache.son-I.Tp.rden handkerchief factory'  at Passaica has ended, the 350 foroign-  spc.iking girls, forced by lack of funds  to give up the fight, have gone back to  work. Thoy got a half cent increase per  dozen for stitching handkerchiefs. This  will mean an increase of 50 cents every  two weeks. Many of them were reduced  to privation by the continual strike  and tho prospects of starvation faced  them. For several weeks tbo girls resorted to riots to gain their point.  TACOMA, 13.���T!io grand lodge of  -Masons have rescinded tlio resolution  adopted two years ago recognizing negro masonry. The action of the lodge at  that timo war, severely criticized all  over thfi United States and as a result  the next session of the grand lodge attempted to return to tlie old established  principles, but the resolution was so  artfully drawn that sister lodges refused to construe it as an honest expression. The lodge has now in unmistakable language made its prohibition  know-i.  SAN FRANCISCO. 13.���Lieutenant-  commander B. F. Tilley, United States  navy,, governor of the American portion  ACGREGATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Hon. Geo. A. Cox,  Prosident.  Robt. Kilgour,         Vice-President.  London Olllce. GO Lombard Street, K. O.  Wow York   OHice, io   lS_chan_e~ Place.  and Hi Branches In Canada and the  l-iiiu-d Suites.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on deposits.    Present rate  three per cunt.  GRANGE  V. HOLT,  Managor Nelson Branch.  of the Samoan islands, was assaulted  and robbed by two unknown men as  ho was strolling along the .water front.  Commander Tilley says ho was "passed  by two men who turned suddenly and  seized him from behind. lie was struck  over the head and across tho mouth,  rendering him unconscious and inflicting two ugly bruises. His assailants  made their escape, relieving him of a  gold wftch and about S25.  WASHINGTON. 13.��� The United  States government has not piotested  and does not intend to protest under  present conditions against tho maintenance of a largo German garrison at  Shanghai, which appears to be attracting attention in England. The German  povornmont hr>s been very frank with  the United States in responding to our  representations in tbo past and our government is content to placo implicit  confidence in the motive of Germany,  so far as tho maintenance of a German  force in Shanghai is concerned.  NEW YORK. 13.���According to a dispatch from Bare. Vermont, a man who  described himself as Eugene Ri.spelli.  was captured in a socialistic meeting  in that city last night and loughly  handled. Ho was placed in a cellar and  confined there until rescued by the police. Rispolli claimed to be an Italian  spy in the employ of the Italian 'consul in this city and saidv ho had been  sent thero to ferret out p. plan by which  the king of Italy was to bo killed. Tho  Ilalian consul today refused to say anything about Risnolli. He professed to  know nothing about the matter.  Capital  Rest  $2,600,000  $1,725,000  H. 8. ROWLAND....  I). It. WILKIK   K. HAY    Prosidont.  ...Uonoral Manager.  ............Inspector.  SAVINC3   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  THK   OUJtKKNT   KATK   OK    IVrKKKHT   ALLOWED.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  ��� ' ' -��� "       ��� ���- '.  and Tin .Workers. The manufacturers  represented will be the Republic Iron and  Steel Company and the American Stool  i Hoop Company, but the wage scale  agreed upon at that conference is ilke-  ly to be accepted by the manufacturers  and amalgamated workers all over the  country. The new scale of wages adopted by tho Milwaukee convention of  the amalgamated association last week  will be presented at the Cleveland  conference and what is decided upon  there will be rerarded generally as  ,final by, all the asociations' workmen  affected. Tho advance in wages, whicli  will be fixed, is about 5 per cent on the  average >  It is renorted by the ever reliable  press that a Chicago man has been arrested for throwing dish water into the  Chicago river. - What won't happen in  the Windy City!  to  to  9\  Established in Nelson 1890.  Is Eminently Progressive.  to  9\  9\  to  to  9}  Ho does not follow in a rut; lie worships no ideals of the past; he is of the times and with  the times; he seeks i-ou.-'t.iiiitly to advance, to improve,"to. give broad-minded and skillful ser-,  vice; he not only buys early, but hi- studies his business minutely; he recognizes the import-'  ant fact that his stock sliuiilil consist of goods tliat are so widely different from "the other  fellows" as can be..su-nired. lie picks out lines that are progressive, up-to-date and superior  as to 'special features, style and finish, then gets hia goods in early, is not afraid to liberally  display a complete assort menc of his various lines so as to impress the confidence he possesses.  He l'anilliaii/.es himself with every detail as to quality and manufacture of- his9goods, seta a  fair price on them and slicks to it; proclaims quality, perfection and long wear. Send for  prices, or call and .-ce us.    Wo are here to serve you all.  OUR WATCHMAKING AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL IN B. C.  ___B-ff_____________-a_--______________i____ic____i____  All watch repairing guaranteed,  as we employ none but the best  workmen.  JACOB  DOVER,  THE JEWELER  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR. NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ���-���#_"���  Mail orders receive our prompt  and careful attention. Our prices  are always right.  to  -  to  to  to  to  <  to  to  'il  to-  to  y_  to  9\-  ��� ___T* ^S__^ * _____ * ^2r * _fiz ��� __El ��� ___l * ^"^ ��� _fi_^ ��� _fi_L * _5r * _2__" ^^ * -5_T ��� j____*____! ___.*  **a  9.  torn  T f.  ��� ^  1   tin  ������*>-a  ��^*^���^*��^���S��S^^ *_________S ___Sfe _______ __5___ '^��^* **_* y^k^w  *^^^_l^^W_^^^^*^^B5^^__B>*^^lXXXw^^_Xw ^^^P^^B_l*^^Bk^^kXXwt^^tw^^__P���^oXXXXX^ ^^*^_P <_v_i* W  ��� 0_w *^_XW *00 *H0 mttWW\0 ��� 00* ,_^^ ��� ��&*00 *d^0m00*/-^^a00* __v * ___^ *00  Will Fix Wage Scsle.  PITTSBURG-, Pa., June 13���A conference at wliich tho wages of the next  year of over 50,000 workmen in the iron  nnd stool trades will be decided upon  will hesin at Cleveland next Tuesday.  The meeting has bean arranged by  Theodore J. Schaffer, president of the  Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel  AINSWORTH   LICENCE   DISTRICT.  Notion is horeby' Riven that William Wight  has made application under Ihe piovi-noiiH of iho  ���'Liquor Licence Act 1" 00," for an hotel licence  for iho premise!' known ua the "Victoria House at  Howser.  A meeting of l.ho Board ot Licence Commissioners of the Aiii8',vorth Licenco I'isirict will  lie held to consider Midi aiiplicalion ul, Ihe Court,  House ui, the Cily of Ka<-lo o- Thursday, tho  tw-iitv-sevcii.li (Iny nf .'uno, ut the hour of ciKhl,  oVIoek in the aficrnoon.  VV. II. BULLOOK-WKBSTKK,  Chief Licence Inspector.  Chif;f Constable's Ofllce, Kelson. 12i.h June. 1901.  CITY   OF  NELSON.  POUND  NOTICE.  Notice is h-rebj* given that I have impounded  one Jtror horfio branded "4t" on near shoul Icr.  About 10 band-* high, in Rood condition.  This said horse, unless lhe same is in the meantime redeemed by pavinpr all damages, if any.  costs and expenses as fixed by I ho'Pound and  DokTiix Jlyluw No. 81. will bo sold by Public  Auction at, Ihe City Pound, at tho north west  corner of tin: recreation ground, on Thursdiiv,  the Kith day of June. l'KIl, at 2 o'clock in 1,1 io  atlcninon...       K. McGRKGOR, Poundkeepor.  Nel-on, H. C June 7, l'JOl.  CITY   OF NELSON.  Notice is heroby given that tho flrst sittincrs of  the Annual Court of Revision of the Municipality of the City of Nelson will be hold in tho  Council Chamber at tho city ofllces. Nelson, on  Wednesday, tho 10th day of July next, at 10  o'clock a.m.. for tho purpose of heiirln-; complaints against the assessment as made by the  assessor, and for revising and correcting; Ihe  assessment roll.  J. K. STUjVCHAN, City Clork.  Nolson. B. C, May 28th, l'KIl.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that wo intend to apply  at, llio next regular sittings of the Hoard of  License Commissioners for iho City of Nelson to  be ln-lil aflcr tbe expiration of tliirty davs from  the dale hereof for a tr.inifer of the rel-iil liquor  liocn-o now he'd by us for the premises known  as tho Nelson Hotel, situate on lot 10 in Block 1.  =sulKlivision=oHotr!i5,-NolBon*-:to'I��ohei,f.-Il()isi.erer=  and Arthur K. Vaughan of the said City of  No!��on.  Dated this I7th day of May. 1001.  A. H. (JLKAIKNTS,  HOHKRT ItKlSTKRKR.  Witness. CICOROK UAMRIIOL.  DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP.  NOTICE.,  CA.VCKM.ATION*    OV-   RKSICItVA'rlOX,    KOOTI'.VAV  DlS'l'ltlCT.  THE-  c,r   ���_i_-iiii_iiitiii  Nc  'O'lTCK is hereby given that tho reservation  placed on that parlicular parcel nf land,  which may be described ns commencing at the  nortln-ast corner of Township (Sa) Kight A,  KootPiiay District, which is also Iho northeast  corner of Bl ick 12. granted to the Nelson and  l<'ort Phepjisiril Railway Company by Crown  grant dated 8th March, JS0.1; i hence due east Hi  miles; thence due south to the International  Mouiinary ; therce duo west along said boundary  10 miles; thcucc north to the place of commencement, notice/ whereof was published in tho  Biiush Columbia Gazette, und dated 7'h May,  18!X;, Ih hereby rescinded.  W. S. GORE,  Deputy Commi.-sioiuT of Lands & Works.  Lands and Works Department.  Victorin, li, C. 23rd May, 1901.  _l_P"  GAOL   SUPPLIES.  Tenders will be received by tho undersigned  up to 12 o'clock nnon on Saturday, June 22nd,  19(11, for the supplying of the following articles to  tlie Provineial (jaol at Nelson from July 1st, l'WI,  to J une 30th. 1002:  UKOCfflRIICS,  Rltli'AD,  MK.iT,  COAL,  VKdKTAHLrcS,  BROOMS. KTU.  A detailed list, can be seen and any in'ormaUon  obtained at the government, au-ent' ��� nHIee.  JOHN A\ TURN'KR,  CJovei'nnieiitLAgeut._  ^NclKonrJunc-I0thTl'>0ir-=- " = "���^"^  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.  Notice is horoby given that the no-partnership  hitherln existing between the undersigned, by  tho style of " Krai' r & I'rodcrick," as 'iluii'tiiien,  has thisdiiy lieun dissolved by the lelii-ement of  Charles Broiloi ick. who has transferred lo John  M. I-Vasei nil nis interest iu the business, assets,  good will mill hook account**.  All persons indebted lo thosnid partnership aro  hereby n.-i|iiustcil lo inaUo payment to tho said  ,1,'hn M. Krancr. who has assumed aim will p��y  the liabili'ies of the pnri,ticr-bi|i, and who will  continue (hepartnership hui-iticss.  Witness: JOHN M -FRASKR.  It. W. Ha.vninctox.      (;HAS. BRODWRICK.  NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT.  Notieo is hereby given that William Graham  Lillio and Thomas Lester Llllin. both of tbo City  of Nolson, in tho Province of British Columbia,  trading under Iho llrm name and style of Lillio  Brothers, Boot and Shoo Dealers, on Baker  .Street, in tho City of Nelson, have by deed .'bearing date of tlie 3rd day of June. l!Xll.a��signed all  their real and personal property.e.xceptas therein  mentioned, to Lewis A. Godbolt of tho City of  Toronto, in the Provinco of Ontario, commorcial  traveler, in trust for the purpose of paying and  satisfyii-g rateably and proportionally and without pref'-rcnoo or priority tho creditors of the  said William Graham Lillie and Thomas Lester  Lillie. "nil tho said firm of Lillio. Brothers, their  just di-l>'fi.  The said deed wnsoxecntcd by tbesaid William  Grab;I'M Lillio and Tlioinns Lester Lillio to lhe  said Lewis A. Go'lholt on the .'i-d day of.lone,  1101, and tho said Lewi* A. Godholt has undertaken tho trust, created by tbo said deed. jVU  persons having claims against Iho said llrm of  Jjillio Brothers or against tho said W-Iliam  Graham Lillie or against the ���'.aid Thomas Luster  Lillio aro rnquirctlTo forward to the su id Low-Is  A. Godnoll, particulars of their claims duly  vcrilied on or before the 10' li day of .ln'y, 1 01.  And notice is hereby given that after i ho i-aid  lOlh dav of July. IJHll. the trustees will proceed  to di-tribute the as-ots of the esiate among the  parries entitled thin-to, having 'egard only lo  the claims of which Iho said Btrustecs shall then  have had not ice. and that, the said trustees will  not bu responsible fo - the as-cls or any parr,  thereof so d'e-tribulo'l to imv porson or purr-ens,  linn or corpoiatiun of whosu debt or claim he  shall nol. then have had notion.  A iuoofiug of lhe creditors will bo held at the  ollicft of the undersigned on Monday, the I0l.li  day of Juno, 10.11. at tlio houi- of 2 o'clock in the  afternoon, to decide as to tho best manner of disposing of thu assets.  A. further uice.l ing nf the crclifoi's will be held  at, the fame iiliico on the 20th clay of July, at the  hour of 10 o'clock a.ro., to consider the trustees'  statement nnd report.  Dated this.'lrn day of June. 1!X)1.  GALIjI H" 10 R & Wl LSO ,V.  Solicitors for Trustees.  JK. W.C. Block, Nelsop, B.C.  To Herbert Cuthbert or to ��ny person or persons to whom  bu may have transfened his  inlerest in the Blend Mineral Claim, situate  ,    on the west furk of Rover'crook, in the Nelson mining division of   West Knolenny Dis-  I, ict, and recorded iu iho recorder's olll-e for  the .Vel-on Mining Division.  You and each of  y<m are hereby notified that  we bav- expended four hundred and cloven dollars in labor ami  improvements upon tho ��bovo  mentioned mineral claim iu order to hold said  mineral claim under the provis'ons of the Mineral Act, nnd  if within  ninety davs from tho  dale of this notice you fait or  refuse to contribute your proportion  of such  expenditures together with all cosi�� of advei Using your intor-  osIj- in said claims will become lhe properly of  the subscribers, under section 4 of un Ant: am it-  led "An Act to Amend lhe Mineral Act. I!0)."  FRANK  FLKTCHKR,  .T.J. MALONK.  H.��. NICKLANI'S.  K.-T.H. SIMPKINS.  Dated at Nelson this 3rd day of June, litOl.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT COrOWNER  To John J. McAndkkws or to any person or persons to whom ho may have transferred his  interest in the Black Diamond Mineral Claim,  situate on tho north side of Bo��r Creek,  about three miles from the town of Ymir,  lying s'Milli of and adjoining tbo Kvening  friar Mineral Claim, Nelson Mining Division  of West ICootonay Disti ict, and recorded in  the recorder's olllce for tho Nelson Mining  Division. -..-������.  You and each nf you are hereby notified thai, I  have expended Two Hundred and Twelve dollars  and Twenty-live cents ($212.25) in labor and improvements upon the abovo mentioned minoral  claini in order to bold said mineral claim under  the provisions of the Mineral Act, and if within  ninety 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 bocoino the  property of the subscriber under section 4 of an  Act ontitled "An Act to Amend the Mineral  Act, liXKI." JOHN DfiAN.  Dated ab Nolson this 27th day of April. 1!K)I.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby glvon that I will offer for sale  at Lillio Bros, store. Baker .street, Nelson. B. C,  at II o'c.luck in the forenoon, on Tuesday, thellth  day of Juno 1001, tho stock in trade and fixtures  in the store occupied by Lillio Bros, a- a boot nnd  shoe store. The stock is a llrstclass ono, consisting of boots, shoes and rubbers, and is valued at  ?11 000.  The stock sheets and invoices can be inspected  a'.auv time on npplicniion lo the undeivigned on  the promise.--. The stock will be sold at a rate on  the dollar.   Term* cash.  LKWIS A. GODBOLT.  Assignee Lillie Bros, listato.  Not.-*.  Tho above sale has been postponed until Friday, Juno llth. at tho eame hour aud place  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  nelson, b. c.  Builders and  Contractors  Having taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brick &  Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg to ask for a continuance  of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them. My  aim will be at all times to supply you with our products at lowest .  possible prices. Being in a position to manufacture goods ln larger,  quantities than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a  lower figure.'  - It is our intention to install machinery to manufacture our ..  marble products, and next season we shall be in a position to supply .  these products at reasonable rates.  We shall also Keep on hand a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay,  Tiles and Cement.  Our Bricks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes at the  Spokane Industrial Exposition In 1899 and also this year. - We also  secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building  Stone.  We are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and  Builders.  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  for The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  Successors to  The West Kootenay Brick ��_ Lime Co., Ltd  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Hkad Ofkiok at  NELSON, B. O.  Markets at   Nolson,   Rosslund,   Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,   Silvernon, Nev  D��nver, Rovelstoko, Ferguson * Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  way, and Vancouver.  -          Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDH OV  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLKBAIjHI and rktail  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  K. W. C BLOCK  WARD STEEET  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  nKllKiUB RY MAIL RH1CJBIVW ClAnWYVX, AKD PROMPT ATTSNTION  HC<ixz).T:tt!xriztzxiirxT:xixziiixzzixxxi2xizjtxx:riixrzztzixzuiixii2Xitizzx<xzxixz_tizizxxxixiiiiixiiu__u;  Ithe prospectors exchange  H No. 4, K. W. C. Block, NELSON, B. O.  a Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the Exchange.  >; ,        Free-Milling Gold Properties wanted at once for Eastern Investors.  ��        Pn.rl.ics having mining property for ��ilo uro renucHlfid to sond nftmploK'ijf tholr oro tothe  E  M Exolmntjo for exhibition. - \yo.tlosiro to lioar from ull proHpectora who huvo promlHing mineral  f  (��� olaim.s in liriUxh Columbia.j"  jj I'rortpeotow and mining rricn'are roqnbalAd to mako tho ICxchaiiKO tholr hoadquartorn whon  >j in NoIhoii. ."������''  !!        .All HainpIcHf-houldbesoiib by exprotw, Prepaid.   CorroHpondonoe Hollcitcd.  !! Address all communications to  S Telephone 104 ANDREW  F.  ROSENBERGER,  jj p. O. Box 700 Nelson, B. C.  [rxixxxixixrrTxxzx��xxxixixzzxrxzz_nrrxixzzxxrxTixxiixrziTaTrTiTixixziixizzxtzrzzxzj7xxixxiTzxxxrzzxrxjiitxitxxx��  W. P. TIERNEY  Telophono 205.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Ofllco:  Two Doors West C P. R. Offices  TENDERS   WANTED.  Tlio Hast ins*** (11. C). Kxploration Syndicate,  Limited, will consider bids for dininond drilling  on the Arlington mino at Krio, B.C. Kor full  informal-Ion call or address No. 9, J_.-W.-C. block,  Nelson. B.C.  WEST TRANSFER GO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All  Kinds  of Teaming and  Transfer  Work.  Agent* for Hard and Sofh Coal.   Imperial Oil  Company.   WaHhington Brick, Limo & Manufacturing Company.  Oeneral commercial agonls  and brokorH.  Sri All coul aud wood strictly cash on delivery.  TELEPHONE Ul.  Office 184 BaHer St.  NOTICE     TO     PEE-EMPTOES     OF  OBOWil   LANDS.'  THR attention of pre-emptorn of crown lands is  hereby called to up amendment, to the "Land  .Act," passed ut the last .session of the Legislature,  which provides as follows, viz:  "fi. Pre-emptors of crown lands, whether in  arrears in pa-menC of instalments of purchase  money or not, who at. the time of coming into  force of this Act have obtained certiflcuteH of improvement, or whoshallhave obtained certificates  of improvement within twelvo months thereafter, shall on conforming witli the provision* of  the "Land Act," except as hereby altered, bo entitled la obtain crown grunts of their pre-emption  claims upon completing payment'- of purchases  money at the rate of seventy-live centjs per acre,  and crown grant fees, which payments may bo'  mideaa follows:  "Twenty-fivecent-*por acre on'or before tho  31 t day of December. 1901;  "Twenty-liveceiiUs per acre on or before the  30th day of June, 1002;  "and tho remaining���  "Twenty-fivo cents por aero on or "before tho  31st day of   December, 1!H)2, and without any  further payment of interest orarrea-H of interest."  W. a. (JOUK.  Domit y Commissioner of Lands & Works.  La^ds and Works Department.  ja^ds and Works Dei:  Victoria. B. C. 1st J  une, 1SW1.  NOTICE.  "CANADIAN CONTINOKNT KXBMITIO.V ACTS."  A LIj returned South African Volunteers, who  ^*- have not already done ho, aro requested to  communicate with the undersigned without delay, as also tlio next of kin of thote deceased  cr of thoso who have not yet returned to British  Columbia, or any other, persons interested in  mining properties held by such Volunteers. *Tho:  latest date possible for'receiving applications for  exemption under the above Acts will bo tho 1st  July, proximo. ���  .      RICHARD McBRIDB. '   V  -'Minister of Mines...'  Department of Mines,       - '  Victoria, B.C, 3rd Jitnei' 1001.  TEADES   UNIONS.  ���M-EIjSON SOCIALISTIC EDUCA1IONAI  ���*���*�� CLUB meets every Sunday at, 3 o cluck p.m.  in tho Miners' Union Hall. A coidial invitation  is extended to every one w> como and take park  in discussions., John Roberts, secretary.  LAUNDRY WORKKRS' UNION OK NELSON  No. 8504, A- F. of L.���Meets in Miners' Union  Hall, C. P. R. flock, corner of Baker and Stan  ley streeta, on fourtb Friday in every month at  7:30 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of American  Federation cordially invited to attend. C. Fredrick, president; A. VV. McFeo, secretary.  TCTEL-ON MINERS' UNION NO. Wi, W. F. ut  ���l��� M.���Moets In minor*' union rooms, northwest cornor of Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting mem  bers welcome. M. R. Mowatt, Prosident. Jame  Wilkes, Secretary. Union Scai.k ojt Wages  fok Nki.80n District���Per shift,, machine  men, $3.50: lmmniersmen miners, $3.25; muckers,  carmen, shovelors and other underground laborers, $3.00."  rpitADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���The regu-  ���*-   lar meetings of tho Nclnon Trades and Labor  Council will be hold in the minors' union hall. '  corner Baker and Slanley streets, on the flrst and -  third Thursday of each month, at 8 p. m.   C. J.  Clayton, Pros.; A. T. Curio, Sec.   P.O. box OO.Ji  rpHK regular meetings of the Carpenters' Union '  ���*���   are hold on  Wodnesduy  evening of each '  week, at-7 o'clock. In tho Minors' Union rooms ���  corner of  Baker and  Stanley streets.   Charles  Clayton. President.   Alex B. Murray, Secretary.  v1I  7'1  ' ->pi  -���v &  -1 X^A  ���V4  _~y^i  ���y?nr  m  '���> *-.s  T5ARBKRS' UNION.-Nclson Union. No. IfW, of  ������-��� tho International Journeymen Barber s On  Ion of America, moots every flrst and third Monday of oach month in Miner's Union Hall, at 8.3  sharp. Visiting brothers cordially invited to  attend. R. McMahon, prnsidonf: J. H. Mai he  son. secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, recording  secrotary.  ���01  7ii  >'&  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  KOSDI.A.N'U-VKI.VKT MINK WAGON BOAI).  SEALED TENDKRS, superscribed "Tender  for I'omhiiidrVelveC. Mine Wagon Road."  will bo received by the undersigned up to and including Thursday, the twentieth instant, for the  construction of a wagon road from Rossland to  the Velvet mino.  Plan, protlle. specification and form of contract  may be seen on or aftor the 7Mi instant, at the ofllce nf John  Ivirkup,  ''.-:q., Government Agent,  RoHsliind. _. _'   '    _  ^-Kacirtender'hjust- be_ncr"ornpanied-lij'���iin~ifo-  cept*d bank check or cerlitlcate of depot it, made  payable lo the undersigned, for tho sum of thirteen hundred ($i:i'0) dollars, ns security for tho  due fulfillment, of the contract, whicli shall he  forfeited if the party tendering decline lo -liter  i11l.o contract when called upon to do so. or if ho  fail to complete the woik oontracte>1 fer. Tho  chucks of unsuccessful tenderers will he returned  to them upon the execution of the contract.  Tenders will not bo considered uule-iH madootit  on the forms supplied und rigued with the actual  signature of tlio tenderers.  The lowest or any tender not neces'arily accepted. W. S  GORK,  Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.  Lands and Works Department.  Victoria. B. C, 3rd Juno, liWl.  INSPECTION OF METALLIFEROUS  MINES.  i.vsi'Koroita' distkicts.  THK Inspectors of Metalliferous Mines uro  hereby assigned tho followingus thoir respective Inspection Districts wilh heudqiiariurs as  noted. Such assignment to taku placo from  Joint 15t.li, 19n|, until further notice.  Ai-chiiiai.d Dick. Inspector.  Headquarters, Cranbrook. ofllco of Deputy  Mining Recorder.  Inspection District shall comprise all of East  Kootenay and also Goat River Mining Division  of West Kootenay.  In aduitinii to the duties of Inspector of Motal-  lifcrouu Mines, Mr. Dick wiU also actus Inspector  ���of Coal Mino - within the same District.  Jamkm McGitHGOH, Inspector.  Hoadquariers, olllce of Mining Recorder,  Nelson.  Inspection District shall comprise all of West  Kootenay except Goat. Rivor Mining Division,  and al-o the Grand Koiks and Kettle River IMiu-  ing Divisions of Yale District.  Thomab Mokoan, Inspector.  Hoadquurteis, Government Buildings, Xan-  aimo.  Inspection  District,   Vancouver   Island   and  Coast District.  Mr. Morgan is also Inspector of Coal Mines for  this District.  Notice is hereby given of such Inspection Districts and that in accordance with tho "Inspection of Metalliferous Mines Act, 1897." and  Amending AcIj-. notice of accidents to employees  happening within "ny of .such District-- must he  promptly reported both tothe Inspector of such  District and also lo the Minister of Mines,  Viotoria.  In mines not included in the above Districts  managers will report, in duplicate, to the Minister of Mines direct, who, if he considers it  necessary, will assign an Inspector to specially  report.  Blank forms upon which to make reports of.  such accidents may bo obtained from the Inspec-  tor of the I'lstriet. from the Mining Recorder, or  upou application to this office  RICHARD McBRIDE  Minister of Mines.  Department of Mines,  5th June, 1&01.  LABORERS' UNION.-Nelson Laborora' Pro  tective Union, No. 8121, A. F.'of L., meets In  Miners'. Union hall,C-P. R. block, cornor of  liake'r and Stanley street��, every Monday ovening  at 7:30 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of tne American Federation cordially invited to attend.  A. J. Curio, Presidont. John Roberts, recording secretary.  ���M-ELSON PAINTERS' UNION-The regular  ���*���' meeting of the Painters' Union ia hold  the flrst and third Fridays in each month at Miners' Union hall at 7:30 sharp. George Kacrilt,  President; Henry Bennett. Secrotary.  OOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION ���Regular  meetings every Tuesday evening at 8.30  o clock, in Miners' Union Hall, oorner of Baker  and Stanley streots. Visting brethren cordially  invited. Chris. Lnft, president; H. Sinelser, financial and recording secretary.    .  PLASTERERS' UNION���The O;' P. I. A. No.  ���*- ,172. meots every Monday evening in the  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley street--, at  8 o'clook. J. V. Mover, president); William  Vice, secrotary, P. O. Box file.  <    FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES  *  NELSON LODGE, NO. 13. A. F. t_. A. M  Meets second Wednesday ln each motu-h  Sojourning brethren invlbed.  TVrKfLSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER No. 1-a  -l-,, G. R. C���Meots t.hird Wednesday. Sojourn  ing companions invited. George Johiistone.Z.; E.  W. Matthews. 8. E.  "KTELSON AERIE. No. 2i. K.O. E.-M��Hsecond  J-'    and fourth Wednesday of ouch month, at  Fraternity  Hall.    Goorgo  Hut-Melt,  president  John V. Morrison, secretary.  TTOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O, T. M.���  ���"��� Hold their regular meetings on the first and  third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir  Knight'' aro cordially invited U> attend. G. A.  Brown, R. K.; A. W. Purdy, Com.; -R. J. Stool  KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS- Nolson _odu;e, No"  25, Knights of Pythias, moete ln I. O. O. K.  Hall, oorner Bakor and Kootonay streets, ever'  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knlpht-a  oordlally invited to attend. H. M. Vincent C. C.  A. T. Park, K. of R. fc S.  ARCHITECT.  AC. EWART���Architect.   Room 3 Aberdeen  ���    block, Bakor streot. Nelson.  SHERIFF S SALE.  Provinco of  British  Columbia,   NeLwn,   Westi  Kootenay. to-wit:  By virtuo of two writs of Fie-i Facias i-sned  out, of the supreme court of British Columbia at  I ho suit of the Vnn Harvey Norman Comp ny.  Limited, and Balfour & Company, plaintiffs, and  to mo directed against the goods and i battels of  .1. A. MacKinnon & Company, defendants, I  have seized and taken in execution nil the right,  title and interest of tho said defendant, JV A.  MxcKiunon. in tho so-called Hampton group of  mineral claims consisting nf the mineral claims  "Hampton." "Ethel K." "Plunger," "Camp Fire"  and "Silver Bow." all situato up Springer creek  about eight mites, more or less, from Slocan City  and recorded in tho office of the mining recorder  for tho Slocan City mining division of the district of Wost Kootenay, to recover the sum of  thirteen hundred' and eighty-seven dollars and  eighty cents ($13-t7.?0), amount of said writs of  Kieri Facias, a>d interest on two hundred and  thirty-six dollars and t.wenty-sovon cents ($23(! 27>  at. five per centum per annum from the 3rd day  of January. HUtl. until payment, and interest on  eleven hundred and fortj-four dollars and tifty-  threo cents- ($1144.53) at six per centum por annum from the 25th day of March, 1301; until payment, besides sheriffs poundage, officers; fees  and all other legal Incidental expenses. All of  which I shall expos> for sale, or sufficient thereof to satisfy such judgment, debt and costs, at  my office, next to tho court house. In the city of  Nolson, B. C, on Friday, tho 21st day of June,  A. D. 1901. at the hour of eleven o'clock in the  forenoon. ���   -   ,  Note.���Intending purchasers will satisfy them-  selvea as to Interest and title of the said defendant.  S.P;TUC_:.  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  Dated at Nelson, B. C. the Oth of June, 190i.  WAHTHD, BOYS-Oord active and reliable  boys to aot as soiling agenta of the Daily Tribune  in every town in Kootenay aud Yale districts. THE  TEIBUNE:  NELSON, B C. FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1901  I AM MAKING A SPECIAL DRIVE THIS WEEK IN KID GLOVES AND GRENADINES.  Ladies' Kid Gloves for 50 cents.   Tvulies'  White  Skirts  for  (55 cents.    Ladies'  Night Gowns 40 cents.   g_  L-ulies' Corset Covers IS cents.    Ladies' Buttoned and Laced Kid Shoes, the $3 50 line at $2.50.    Ladies'  Button and Laced Kid Shoes, the $2.50 line at $1.75  SPECIAL DRIVE IN LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES  Shirt Waists and Silks  Black   Grenadine,  with   figured   lining,  price $1.25 for 50 cents per yard.  Colored' Linen   Crash,   for  skirts,   regular  30 con ts, for 20 cents.  White  Pique,   extra   quality,   regular   price  cents, for 20cents per yard.  China Silks at 25c per yard.  regular  XU'iee  30  Men's   Wear.  Men's blue and black Serge Suits,  line, yours at $10.00.  Men's Scotch and Irish Tweed suits,  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.  regular  $15.00  regular  $15  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.  A.  FERLAND  DID YOU KNOW  That we we have the best assorted stock of PURE DRUGS,  CHEMICALS, ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES, PERFUMES and  DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES in the Kootenays. If not give us  a trial order, and you will be convinced. We have everything usually found in a first-class Drug Store, and that is  what we claim onrs to be.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA  BLOCK    . NELSON,   B. C.  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.  OLD SETTLERS' NEW MAPLE SYRUP  the ibiest _v______d:e_  THIS   SPRING'S   SYRUP    IN    QUART,    HALF   GALLON   AND  GALLON    CANS.  Houston Block, Baker Street.  Telephone 161.      P. O. Box 176.  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  BROTHERS  PLUMBERS.  GOOD GOODS.  REASONABL PRICES  =Wilhcall=at^yom-=resi_enee=or=plaee=  of   business   with   catalogues   and  prices anytime if dropped a postcard.  OPP08ITH POSTOFFIOB.  WB_SOiN.E.n  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWKBa AND BOTT__M O*  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  Aelivmr to <ihe train  Bmwrry at Nelson  MANHATTAN SALOON  Domestic  and  Imported  WHISKIES  WINES  ALES  STOUTS  CIGARS  Domestic  and  Imported  Madson's  Clearing  Sale ...  B  E  E  R  S  ANHEUESER-BUSCH  : St.. Louis.  PABST  Milwaukee.  CALGARY  Calgary.  REISTERER  Nelson.  & CO.  GOSNELL  Nelson.  B  E  E  R  S  JOSEPHINE   STREET.   NEAR   BAKER.  FREE   HOT   LUNCH  FROM 12 to 2 O'CLOCK  AT  THE  ATHABASCA  TODAY.  Everybody   Welcome  Tlie results tliat I have obtained  since advertising my discontinuance  iu business have been most satisfactory. The great variety of my  stock of clothing and gents' furnishings, with all prices marked iu  plain figures, lias proven an irresistible factor in securing sales.  Those who have nofc taken advantage of my reductions should  call and compare prices and quotations wifch those offered in any  other store in tho city. Everything  is offered at eastern wholesale cost.  THE0  MADSON  Baker Street. Nelson, B. C.  REWARD.  Tlio uml<Mvi|{iir'l will oll'or iis.ii reward for tho  recovery of Mm body of Leslie Wilton. Mio 12-  year-old !>oy drowned oil' tin; I.iik HalyH on  tiumliiy,-Jiiiiu _ml. Uio sum or '.w-'Miy-llvodollars.  DAVJS CLAllKli.  ri'xlllay. Junollilli, IDOI,  GITY LOOAL NEWS  There will be firemen's races at Nelson on Dominion Da:- uiaf will be for  tlie sport that is in the game.  The synod of the diocese of Kootenay  will meet in this city on' Wednesday  and Thursday, June 19th and 20th.  A license to wed was yesterday  granted to Robert Conery Andrews and  Helen Blanche Diamond, both of Slocan City.  There wil be a meeting of tho celebration decoration and music committee at the oflico of Gamble & O'Reilly  tonijrht at 8 o'clock.  People who need anything: in the  way of jewelry- should steer clear of  Nelson on Thursdays. The jewelers of,  the town do not cave to show goods on  the afternoon of that day, as it is too  much   trouble.  Tho funeral of Florence Bessie Gray,  wife of George Gray, will take place this  afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, from licr husband's residence, Nelson avenue, Fair-  view. The services will be conducted, in  ��� St. Paul's Presbyterian church.  -s C. W. Busk will have, fully five tons  of strawberries tlm season off three  and a half acres on his ranch.This will  mean 500 crates of berries, tho value  of whioh to'the producer will be about  ��1200. The crop has already heen sold  , to a Nelson firm. Mr. Busk's apple crop  is also doing well, and his apricots are  promising.  No trace has yet been found of the  body of Leslie Wilson, the ]2-yoar old  boy who was drowned off the tug Halys  on Sunday, June 2nd. Dave Clark of  Pilot Bay is now offering a reward of  $25 for the recovery of the body. Anyone securing information as to the  same can consult Duncan McArthur,  of this city, who will pay the reward  offered.  Tho mil at the Arlington mine, near  Erie, has commenced crushing and is  now working smoothly. It is a purely  crushing plant without amalgamation.  The plant consists of two steam stamps,  jigs, Wilfey tables and frue vanners.  The "nominal capacity of the plant is  30 tons per day, but it is expected this  will be greatly exceeded on the.Arlington ore.  : At the sitting of the county court  ���next==week=applications==foi���natui-ali-=  zation will be made by three citizens  of the United States;- one Italian and  one Swede. The applications are: John  Palmer Driscoll, merchant, Slocan City;  James Cardiff, Peterborough, East  Kootenay; Thomas Benton, miner, Slocan City;Paul Nordling, Nelson; and  Salvation Bonacci, also of Nelson.  Chief constable Bullock-Webster  wishes to have the names of any suitable men who are willing to act as  special constables when occasion refill I res. Mr. Bullock-Webster's idea is  to keep on file in his office a list of men  who can he found on short notice; the  difficulty heretofore being that when  special constables are required, the provincial police have not on hand a list  of the names of those persons wishing  such employment. Applicants should  call at the chief "constable's office on  any day, from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. and from  2' p. m. "to 4 p. m.  'Miss -Laura''Brown of Vancouver has  requested'' the provincial police to ascertain if possible ithe whereabouts of  her brother, Issac, Brown. The missing  man was employed oii the Balfour construction in"'August last, and was heard  from at >Balfo.urM aiuh:.afterwards , at  Northport.'The' 'description of him as  furnished is: Aged GO years, about 5  ��� feet 7 or S inches'; fair complexion, bald-  headed, with remaining hair turning  grey, red moustache, and usually wearing side whiskers. lie was a native of  Cavin. Ireland. Any information may  be left at the provincial police office in  this city.  At a mooting of the trades procession  committee, yesterday afternoon, it was  suggested that an illuminated bicycle  parade be arranged for on Baker street,  on the second night of the celebration.  The sugostion was well received as likely to present a most ati-.-i.ctive feature.  Thoso wishing to take part in the same  are requested to notify Percy Chapman,  either personally or by post; curd, who  upon receiving sufficient encouragement, will call a meeting of tho committee to complete the necessary arrangements. Replies should be sent in  at once so that the parade may be included in the printed program of lhe  celebration.  COUNTY COURT LIST  For the Next Sitting.  The list of cases for the county  court, which opens on Monday before judge Forin, is larger than that  of any previous sitting of the court  in this city. Many of them, however, are cases growing out of the  difficulties of the Molly Gibson and  Chapleau mining companies, none  of which will likely be brought to  trial at the approaching sitting.    .  Among the remaining cases of.  local interest is that of Hazlewood  vs. Minielly, in which the Hazle-  wood dairy is suing Minielly ��of  Kaslo for. $29 on account of ice  cream supplied. The defence in  this case is that the cream was  ordered for a certain date, that ifc  did not arrive within the time  specified, and that when ifc did  arrive there was no sale for it.  Vice vs. Brydges is an action  brought by "William Viceand James  Williams of this city against S. M.  Brydges to recover $200. The  plaintiffs claim that Brydges misrepresented the mortgaged incumbrance upon certain property in the  Davies addition which they agreed  to purchase; that in consequence of  such misrepresentation the agreement to purchase was cancelled,  but thafc Brydges refused to return  the amount of the first payment  upon the purchase price. Tlie defence is that there was no misrepresentation with .respect to  mortgaged incumbrance.  Nipon vs. the Jenckes Machine  Company is an action in which  Paul Nipou,the Nelson laundry man,  sues the defendants for $400, being  the amount of the purchase price of  an engine, which is alleged to have  beeen defective, as well as damages  resulting to his business by reason  of such defects.  The suit of Hall vs. LaBau, the  damage suit growing out of the  fumigation of the office of doctors  Hall & -Rose ' .will probably be adjourned until the next sitting of  the court, as the defence will not  likely be ready to proceed.  FIRE TEAMS ARE CHOSEN    C*  For Dominion Day Races.  Afc the fire hall yesterday captain  Chambers and lieutenant Campbell  drew their teams for the .hub and  hub, and wet test events in the  Dominion Day celebration program.  The members of the brigade some  time ago decided to complete the  entries for tlie firemen's sports  whether there are any outside  entries or not, but in the event of  outside teams coming in ifc still remains competent to pick the best  men from the,, local brigade and  make one team if it is deemed  necessary. . '  Captain Chambers Avon the first  choice on his team and picked Joe  Thompson. Lieutenant Campbell  had a card up his sleeve, however,  and made Kirby Douglas his first  man. Chambers then selected  Harry Houston, when Campbell  sprung his surprise upon the captain  -by^namingTchief=Lillie.77f==T-he==chief=  is an old-time' athlete, but Chambers did not know that he was still  available for sprinting, and passed  him over. This little trick gave  Campbell two of the best men in  the brigade. The teams as finally  selected are:  Captain Chambers, Joe Thompson, Harry Houston, J. Worth,  Harry Stutter, George Eacritt, John  Nunn, James Foote and J. MeLeod.  Lieutenant: Campbell, Kirby  Douglas, chief Lillie, George Nunn,  Thomas Lillie, CHIT Loudiu, J.  Whalley, J. Boyd and II._ Thompson.  Tlie boys will gee out regularly  and practice, so that good races will  be put up whether.outsiders participate or not.  Looking for Her Hiisband.  The cifcy police are  endeavoring  to locate a Galician named Svoboda  who was employed on the construction of the bridge over  tho Columbia  at Robson.    Svoboda a  short  time   ngf)   sent   for  his   wife  aud  child,   who  were  living  at   South  Edmonton, but when they  Arrived  no traco of him  could be  secured.  The services of Charles Jiss-kowicH,  as  interpreter,  wero  necessary  in  order to  enable  the city  police to  understand the object of Mrs. Svo-  boda's search, but they  could  fur-,  nish   her    with    no    information.  Being  familiar   with   the  Russian  system  by  which   tlie authorities  keep   track   of   everyone's    movements, she thought the police were  withholding the   desired  information from her, and it required much  explanation to convince her  to the  contrary.    Being  in  destitute  circumstances,  the woman   and   her  child wero afforded relief for  their  immediate necessities..  TKLKPHONK 27  "TOT ~T-t  V>     Ljl"E3  PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.  GAHDEN   TOOLS.  REFRIGERATORS  POULTRY   NETTING  Store, Corner Uakor and Josephine Stieo  BU8B5.R AND  COTTON HOSE.  Sole   Agents   for   Giant   Powder   Company    and   Truax   Automatic   Ore   Cars.  JSTEXaSOZsT  STORES   AT  KASLO  S^_-TsT3DOISr  PERSONAL.  is regis-.-.  Arling-  com-  A. J. Corn-sen of Denver  terod nt tho Queen's.  H. E. T. Haultain of the  ton mine in nt the Hume.,  J.  M.  Young,   a   Toronto  mercial man, is at iho Phair.  R. L.  Fork, a  Spokane railway  man. is registered at tho Phair.  C. F. Gunter and wife of Grand  Forks are registered at the Phair.  Mayor   Carlson    of   Kaslo    was  registered at the Huino yesterday.  H. ,L. Johnston of Greenwood,  divisional engineer for tho C. P. R��� iss'opping at  tho Phair..  Charles T. Steepher of Spokane  and J. Ii. Bonder of Flat Creek, Washington, arc-  rcgistcrc.l al. the Queen's.  P. J. Nichols of Rossland.  M.   C.  JMonoghnn of Forty-nine Creek, and M. O'lirion  of Hliil Creek ai e i egistered at tho Madden.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  For Sale or Rent.���Piano at tho  Old Curiosity Shop.  Wanted���Girl     to     look     after  child.   Apply to No. 177 Silica street.  For   sale���Ranch    on   Kootenay  river, impioved.   Inquire AV. P. Robinson.  Lost���Spaniel dog; black ; named  "Rob." Return to Queen's Hotel, Nelsou. Reward.  To rent���Two large furnish'-'l  front rooms. Applcwhaito block, opposite Oddfellows' lm'l. ,  To   Le.t���Furnished   front  room,  with or without board. Apply four doors abort).  City Hall, Victoria streot.  Wanted���First-class hotel cook,  young jfir' to caro for ckildren, and chambermaid.   \\*. C. Employment olllce.  To  rent���Office  in  the   Turnor-  lloeoke blook. corner Ward and linker. Apply  to John A, Turner.  Japan  Tea  of  all  kinds  to suit.  your taste. Sun Cured, Spider Log," Pun Fired  in bulk or packagOH.   ltootanny Cotl'oo Co.  Furniture, pianos safes, <fcc,  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J. T.  Wilson. Phone 270, l'ro iter's Second Hand S oro,  Ward Street. >  Gold,  copper,  silver,  lead  mines  and prospects wanted. Pond icpnrtand samples  to tho Prosnectors' Exchange, Nolson, 11. <.'.,  Room 1, K. W-C Hlock.  For sale���Tug boat Red Star and  barge at reasonable figures to cish'.purchasor, on  fine with good t-ccuiihv. Apply'co Oiiliulo  Powder Works, Nelson, B. C.  ��� For comfort and convenience go  to the Ice Cream Parlors of .7. A. "McDonald,  Bakor street, where every attention and requisite is supplied.  For   rent���House  on   Carbonate  street, between Stanley and Kootenay street.1*,  seven rooms, hath, hot and cold water. Rout  ��25.   Inquire W. P. Robinson.  Lost���On Friday evening, a lady's  gold brooch in the dancing pavilion at the Tramway park. Finder will be rewarded by returning  same to John Blomberg at thu Grand Hotel.  For    sale   at   a   bargain ��� New  two story hous" ; two blocks from Uakor Htreot;  six rooms wlilf bath; modern conveniences.  Apply "Houso," Tribune olllce.  . Free milling gold properties.   We  are anxious to secure a few free milling gold pro-  Sorties at once. Tho Prospectors Kxchange,  feli-on. U. C. Room 4. K-W-C Wock.  That fine blend of Ceylon Tea we  arc selling at thirty cents por pound is Hiving  the best of satisfaction to our many customers.  Kootenay Colfee Co. .        ���  ���  We-Have   Jndiiin,   Ceylon    aiid"  China Teas in great variety, choicest q"ality.  We mako a specialty of blending toas and soil  thorn in any quantity at lowest rates. Kootonay  Colfee Co  Notice to contractor.'* and others���  Goncral laborers, gardeners, rock men, otc, will  be furnished free of charge to all persons requiring help of this kind by applying to ihascoreUirv,  Nvlson Laborers' Protective Union, Hox 237,  Nelson. 11. <.'.  NELSON 0L0  NO.   219   BAKER   STREET,   NELSON.  BOOTS!       I^OTS!       BOOTS!  For a few days only we will hold a slaughtering  discount sale of boots and shoes.  J. A. Gilker, Proprietor  VIOTO  CINCINNATI,   OHIO.  The Largest Fire Proof Safe  Works in the World:  Over Three   Carloads   Sold  in Kootenay in Eight  Months.  Write. For  Catalogue  and  Prices. HUI  P. J. Russell,  JTiir.SON, B. c.  iuiliii_iM__Miiwrriir____n____ttjuiii_ii��i^^^^  NEW FIRM NEW GOODS PRiCES RIGHT  ENGAGEMENT  RINGS . . .  There is always a. large  demand for this style of  ring in June.  WE   HAVE THEM  And you may select a good  ring without paying an exorbitant price.  BROWN BROS.  Opticians and Jewelers  NOTIOE.  1  J, G,  FURNITURE   DEALERS.  Have opened up the newest and  most up  to date stock  of Furniture ever displayed in Nelson.    Cal! and  see our  Ladies'Dressing Tables.  China Closets        Parlor Suites        Roll Top Desks  Secretarys  Side Boards  Bedroom Suites  Typewriting Desks, Iron Beds, Etc.  Wost .��� ak et- S t.r net  Nelaoti, B. (J.  J. G. BUNYAN & CO..  Notieo is hereby tii von that the undorsjjrnod  T. H. May bun tliis dny transferred to tho u:��b::-  signed, John Weinberg, his barber business a:.  Nelson. The said .1 "Im lilmribcrer a'-suniM nnd  will pay all the liabilities of thn said barbur business from the 12tb 'lay of .lunn. 1R01, and n.11 tliu  nubilities prior to that date \vM be paid by tho  said T. H. May.  Dated this 13th day ot Juno. 1WU.  'I'. 11. MAV.  JOHN BJLOMBliBG.  TACi_  IS NOT A NEW VENTURE WITH US.  We know your wants and have what you need. Our line is  too large' to enumerate, but a call.will convince you that it is  the most complete in the city.  LAWRENCE   TSL  rARE   OO.  Importers and "Dealers in SJUell' and Hoavy Hai'd-waro.  ROSSLAND ENGINEERING WORKS  CUNL.1FFJB   &  MeMX3uI_AN'  Founders.   Boilermakers   and Machinists.  C'TUI OARS.���This is our speeially. We make tlio besli'iro ~��.r on tho market, and soil Ihem as  /list as \\... c.mi make them.     Write 'is I'ov referoiico* anil full particulars.  SECO.VI. IIjYNDMACHINKIIY ���<"0],.SAIj,''.~Oiior-| II. P. risl.iirn tubular boiler, ii-Ui shell. J heads.  Si IMlnes. Tosicil to ISO pounds cold water i.rc.M-mc; (i- ft. heavy :s(p Mun'.-cslaok and nil llttincrs  eomplnle. (me !lxl-J horizontal ;-lido valve uni'ine. Oiio :!"> li. P. Icuomolivu tjpo boiler, with  on-jine attached.  WANTKI).���Two ."tor I drill air c.nmprci-sors; two small hoists, about lit H. IV, Rnall boilers, 15 to  :'X II. J1.   Must bo in Kood condition,  P.  O.  Box 198. THIRD  AVENUE,  ROSSLANI*.  ���' I  . ������ii|


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