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Array ^���^^���������������fri-ft  .��.���#���-<���r**5J"W^  ^a^KMsissts^mi^s^llSiam^smsiiB^^  Mineral Production of British Columbia in 1900  $16,407,645  Mineral Production of Kootenay Ir* 1900  $10,562,032  NINTiT YEAR-  NELSON, ���-R 0., TPIUBSDAY MORNING, JUNE 20,  1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  SECOND DAY OF THE SYNOD  EXECUTIVE    COMMITTEE'S    AND  TREASURER'S  REPORTS.  Report on Endowment Fund Received  and Recommendations Considered Separately.  Tiie second meeting of the synod  r i' tiie dioceso of Kootenay was  opened in Sb. Saviour's church yes-  tv.i'day morning by the lord bishop  of New Westminster and Kootenay.  Tlio religious services occupied  about three-quarters of an hour,  aftor wliich tlm members adjourned  to the schoolroom. Here the roll  of tho licensed clergy was read, and  iu addition to the bishop and archdeacon,' twelve clergymen answered  to their n-uuj-*, tlio samo being a  quorum.  Tlio bishop then appointed Rev.  E. i\ Flewelling and Dr. R.E. Bentley a committee to examine the credentials of the lay delegates.  \ The annual charge of his lordship  was Iheu read. It was a \cry  lengthy document dealing with the  woik accomplished''during the year  Hiid the.-present condition of tlie  . dioceso.. Following tho reading of  it the committee on credentials reported, and on tlie roll, of duly  qualified   delegates   boing    called,  - ^ fourteen of the thirty-nine  elected  answered to their names, the same  being a quorum. The bishop then  declared tho synod duly organized  and open for business.  On  motion of  archdeacon Penfc-  reatlr.  seconded  by  Rev. II.  Beer,  - tht_liv. II. S. Akehurst was elected  elericArseeretary."  ' O1.1 motion of .1. M. Lay, seconded  by Rev. 0, W. Hedley, Dr. R. K  lienfcley..was elected lay secretary.  . The   archdeacon .then   read  his  annual  report,  and  on  motion  of  Rev. II. S. Akehurst the  same was  }    adopted.  The clerical secretary then read  the report of the executive committee as follows, which upon  motion of Dr. Bentley, seconded by  Rev. 0. A. Mount, was adopted:  Executive Committee Report.  Tlie report of the executive committee was as follows: The executive committee have met four times diiriti-i.thc  year. The treasurer* has issued a separate and printed statement of our accounts. It is necessary to say with re-  - gnrd to these that they cover only the  latter half of the year, the treasurer of  tlie diocese of New Westminster having at our request kindly carried us for  tlie first two quarters.   ,  - .     At our first meeting* the bishop was  requested to address a strong-appeal to  the society for the propogation of the  ���    gospel, on behalf of tho diocese, and we  uro pleased to learn that as^a result of  7���this"~~not~o_ly_is~tlie"present���gr-aiit-of  ��2!iO   to   the   united  dioceses  of  New  Westminster and Kootenay being continued,  but  a  further  grant  has  been  './"/ promised of ��110 to pur own .diocese,  both being for the period of three years,  dating from January 1st, 1902.,  .'.. A statement of the financial position  and needs of the diocese was sent rtp  each parish last autum.-i, and a collection by card was urged on behalf of the  home mission fund, with a view to  raising in the diocese itself $1000. It is  to be regretted that this scheme, which  has proved so succsesful in many parts,  lias not yet been adopted in every pariah. Some parishes have not made even  ���( the ordinary collection on behalf of this  most important fund. The total result  of tho appeal was ?542.10 from eleven  parishes.  The archdeacon was requested to  iiindertake.a trip to eastern Canada'in  ' . the interest of the home mission fund,  his expenses being guaranteed by the  diocese. Both he and the diocese are to  lie congratulated on tha result of his  appeal, the sum of $1300 being promised for the current year.  To meat the necessary expenses of  this year's synod the various parishes  and districts were assessed in sums  ranging from $5 to $20, in proportion to  the number of communicants.' It would  be well perhaps to have an expression  from the synod on tlio whole question  involved for the future guidance of the  '-    executive.  The grants to Revelstoke and Vernon  have been reduced by one-half, such.reduction to take effect next quarter. The  grant to Enderby has been increased to  $300, and that to Kaslo'to $200 for the  ensuing year. With a view to opening  up work iri Phoenix and district, a sum  of $400 has been set apart as a provincial grant for the first year. The committee feel the great importance of  placing clergy at Enderby, Phoenix,  Fernie, and in the missionary district  attached to Nelson.  The committee would also draw the  attention of the clergy and church wardens to the importance of adequate  insurance of ohurch property.  The report of the treasurer in  j*:';Ufced form was submitted, aud  on motion of J. M. Lay, seconded  by Rev. E. P. Flewelling, the report  was adopted.  Tho archdeacon then read the  following report on the bishopric  endowment fund, wliich waa received and its recommendations  ordered to bo considered separately.  Endowment Fund Report.  - The archdeacon ^presented the report  -of the bishopric endowment fund as follows: Acting on the advice of those  familiar with the financial conditions  of tlie Kootenay district, you:- commit-  too did not think it wise to begin any  canvass for the endowment fund during  the past year. Your committee submit  the following recommendations:  That the committee should be reappointed and made a standing committee  of the synod, vacancies to ho filled.  That a house lo house canvass be  nade as soon as practicable of every  pf.rish and mission district in the diocese for the endowment fund, subscriptions to be made payable as the donors  rnfiy ask and to extend over throe years  if desirable. Your committee request the  opinion of the synod as lo when in  their judgment Ibis canvass should bo-  Hin.  That the synod instruct the executive committee to draw up a memorial  to the board of -domestic and foreign  missions, which meets in connection  with the provincial synod of Canada,  in Montreal in September next, setting  forth the provisions in the basis of division. That a guaranteed income be  provided before tho endowment is completed and a bishop can be secured, and  to ask the board to assume for a time  the support of the bishop of Kootenay,  tho amount to be adjusted at the end of  five years according to the income from  tho endowment.-Your_ committee noint  'out that this was done .-in the case of  Algoma. That it is the practice of the  board of missions of the American  church with regard to missionary dio-'  -coses and that the dioceso of Kootenay  is a part of the mission -field of the  board. In making this recommendation  for a memorial your committee believe  that influential members of the board  arc willing to present this request.  ��� Your committee further recommend  I hat tho question of.endowment life assurance, such ns is successfully worked  in Uio United States for diocese funds  fur thnir church endowment assurance,  bo examined wilh a viow to utilize this  plan towards the endowment of the see.  ��� On motion of tho archdeacon,  seconded by Rev. E. P. Flewelling,  ib was resolved that the committee  on tho bishopric endowment fund  be reappointed, and that the bishop  Gil the vacancies on the same.  -  On motion of Rev. II. Steele,  seconded by Rev. W. IL lledley, it  was resolved that further consideration of the recommendations of  tho committee on bishopric endowment bo mado the lirst order of  business for- the afternoon session.  Rev. 0. W. Hedley read the report of the Sunday school?, which  on. motion of Rev. II. Steele,  seconded by Dr. Westwood, was  adopted.  On motion of Rev. J. II. Lambert,  seconded by Rev. E. 1\ Flewelling,  ib was resolved that the election of  the executive committee and other  synod officers nob already elected  be made the lirst order of business  at the afternoon session.  The first reading was then given  to the canon on superannuation,  etc. The canon was then comihit-  -te'drwhen~ifc _wa"s~ieso 1 veil- ttrliaveT  the same printed before giving it  further consideration. This was  reported to the synod, and on motion of Rev. 0. A. Procunier, seconded by J. F. Ai mstrong, it was  resolved to make the further consideration of this canon the first  order of business for Thursday.  On motion of the archdeacon,  seconded by Georgo Johnstone, it  was decided lei havo the bishop's  charge printed for distribution  among tlie pai ishes of tho diocese.  Au amendment to tlio constitution witli respect to the election of  lay delegates was then moved by  Dr. Westwood, seconded by Rev.  .II. Steele. Ib provided that in the  case of any such vacancy oecun ing  that tlie church committee should  have tho power of appointing some  other duly qualified substitute.  The amendment was put through  the several stages and finally  assented to.  A resolution providiug for tho  appointment of a diocesan architect was then moved by 'Rev. JI.  Steelp, seconded by Rev. .0. W.  Hedley. It recited that the bishop  bo requested (o.appoint a diocesan  arc-hit out, and that all proposed construction ami alterations of permanent church buildings bo submitted  to tho bishop for his approval before being proceeded wilh.  Upou tiie synod resuming after  lunch the recommendation of the  bishopric endowment committee  was taken up. Ic was moved by  the aruh-dcacon, seconded by Rev.  II. Boer', that a house to house canvass be.made as soon as practicable  in every parish and mission of the  dioceso for the bishopric endowment fund, subscriptions to extend,  (ConUniied ou Third I'agej.  STRIKERS GET BELLIGERENT  REVELSTOKE TRACKMEN CLASH  WITH THE POLICE.  Quietness Prevails on the Eastern End  and Conditions Remain Practically Unchanged.  Vancouver, June 19.-��� [Special  to The Tribunal���The first clash  between strikers and special police  in the Canadian Pacific trackmen's  difficulty occurred this morning at  Revelstoke, where four strikers attempted to'pub the officers out -of  business. Tlie policemen stood  their ground against the others,  who were armed with sticks. After  a short affray, in which no one was  seriously hurt, the strikers retired  to prevent their being arrested.  Toronto, Juue 19.���A. meeting of  trackmen was addressed in  Forum  hall, Yonge street, by J. T. Wilson  of St. Louis, the head of the order.  There were 75  persons present, all  strikers.-   -It   had   been   expected  that  five general superintendents  would*attend,  but for some reason  or other this was not fulfilled.    In  fact   there    was   nobody   in   the  hall   except   the   strikers    themselves,    the    reporters     and    two  labor leaders from the city.  Messrs.  Armstrong,    a   former     president  of the Typographical Union and a  labor man  of   80 years'  standing,  and Mr. Saunders of the Longshoremen's Union, both bf whom occupied scats on  the .platform.     Invitations had been sent  to  all the  prominent labor leaders in the city,  and these two alone responded. Mr.  Wilson spoke for over an hour and  left for Montreal ab 10 p.m.   He received messages showing the  number of men who were out at different  points along  the O. P. R,  together   with   the   correspondence  that passed between-the committee  and Mr. Shaughnessy: lie "also gave  an account of tho progress of the  trackmen's   strike   on   the   Maine  Central.     He appealed earnestly to  the strikers to stand firm and not  go back to work. He admitted that  tho C. P. R. had paid and was paying its trackmen higher wages than  the Grand Trunk or Intercolonial,  but said  that had' nothing  to  do  with   the   question  and   that  the  C. P. R. should be compelled-to advance   the rates  still   further, to  $1.50 per day to every laborer they  employed.    Mr. Saunders, who followed, urged the men to stand together.  Montreal, June 19.���Mr. McNicholl, general manager of the  Canadian Pacific railway, states  that, as he anticipated, many of the  men iu Ontario have returned to  -work���and- appl icants "for-employ^  ment are plentiful. In Quebec only  a small percentage of the men went  out and the company has given  them until today to return to work  without losing their standing. In  Manitoba and the Kootenays there  is practically no strike. He is very  much pleased with the situation,  and gives the following-as a sample  of many letters ho is , receiving: "I  (hought iif my duty to let you know  how myself and my brother, who is  a section forehiaii, feel in regard to  the trouble between the G. P. It.  company';'and the trackmen. Myself and brother have'*jbeen witli  the company i-ince it was started  and must say wo have been treated  like gentlemen by the oilicials of  the company. I have been a foreman for twenty years this fall, and"  should the committee call a strike,  though every man go out, myself  and men and my brother and men  will stay with the company, as we  think the men are asking unreasonable things. We are satisfied with  our wages now." Aud to those  men, ho says, the committee in  Montreal are saying: "Turn on the  company' from whom you have derived your living for so many years  ami jeopardize the future of .yourself-and family."  J.itowKViM.1', Me., June 19.���Some  of the trackmen who went on strike  orr the main line and whose places  havo been filled by other meu, are  endeavoring to get employment  from tho C. P. R. on its line through.  Maine. The C. P. R. has given its  men till today to leturn to work  before replacing them with others,  and many of tho men aro taking  advantage of the offer.  Montreal,   Juue 19.��� Striking  C P. R. trackmen who occupy the  company's houses along the line  were notified today that unless  they returned to work tit ouco they  would have to vacate their premises  to make room for newly, employed  men. About 75 per cent of these  buildings are given free of rent to  trackmen and a nominal rental is  charged for thejbalance.  Masons Elect Officers.  - A meeting of the Nelson Royal  Arch Chapter was held last evening,  when tlie following officers were  elected: Ex. Com. Charles G. Mills,  lnfc P. Z; Com. E. W. Matthews,  2nd P. II.; Com. N. T. MacLeod, 3id  P. J.; Com. W. F. Teet/.el, treasurer  (re-elected); Com. T. J. Sims, scribe  E; Com. Fred Irving, scribe N.;  Com. Charles H. Crandon, P. S.;  Com. Charles Maltby, janitor; Corns.  J. A. Turner and liarry Wright,  auditors.  ���*  .J~H"*-M~M"W'*-H�� -M-:-*-M-*-M"M��M-  RECEPTION PLEASED THEM  A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VISITOR   INTERVIEWED.  Taken   for   Millionaires   They   Were  Daily Importuned for Favors������  Praise for His Majesty.  Mining supplies and    general -1-  hardware, assayers' supplies aiid _*l*  chemicals, drugs and-.medicines, ' *l*  dry.^goods   and   clothing,   boots -1-  and'i5shoes,   furnitui-e   and   hod- *l*  ding, fishing tackle and station- ���!���  ery, books and newspapers, gro- ��������  ccries and provisions, fresh .and *l*  salt meats, fruits and confection- ���!���  ery, cigars and tobacco, imported ���!���  and   domestic  .liquors,   in   fact ���!���  everything in the way of general ���!���  merchandise, can be procured in *l*  Nelson on Thursdays during the ���!���  same  hours  as  on  other  days, ���!���  notwithstanding   all -reports   to ���!���  the contrary. ���!���  *        ' ���!���  ���H-**-H*-l~M--M<'H* **H-*H~M-M~M"M'  /Ainsworth, June 19.���[Special to,  The-Ti-ibnne.]���rTho long.tunnel in  the Highlander mine has reached  the ^ein and is now in ib over 20  feet. It is supposed to be 150 feet  wide. The ore carries gold, silver,  aud copper, and as the tunnel taps  tho vein at a depth of 1200 feet  from the surface, which is the  greatest depth of any mine in  British Columbia,' the futuro of  Ainsworth is assured, as many  propei ties can be worked through  the Highlander tunnel. The Highlander is owned in Philadelphia,  and Maxwell Stevenson of that city  is the resident manager.  ESCAPED DEATH IN A MINE  HOW DOES THIS STRIKE YOU?  TWELVE  HUNDRED FEET  DOWN  AND IN  ORE  That Carries Gold, Silver,and Copper in  a Vein That May Be One Hundred  - and   Fifty Feet  Wide."  To Die in a Military Hospital.  Ro&H-id World.  All Rossland will remember Milward  Crooke. "In May. 1899, he was ono of the  five men in the runaway skip on  the War Eagle hoist. His four companions were killed, but Crooke escaped without a scratch only to die i'i  Africa two years later after going  through the J3oor campaign with groat  credit to himself. Orooke was one of  Rossland's "soldiers three" who wont  out to South Africa with the first contingent and his. death, will ho regretted  Lore by many. A sketch-of Iho deceased  olllcer whieh appeared in tiie eastern  papers says:  "Lieutenant Milward Crooke of tin  Royal Warwickshire regiment, who  iiied of, fever. ."it Cnpe Coast Castle on  May 10th, was a yb'iing Irishman, tho  son of the Into Rev. Milward Crooke.  When the South African wnr broke out.  Mr. Crooke was in Canada and enlisted  in tho Canadian regiment, "serving as a  private in it. Ho'was in twelve battles  and over twenty engagements, and w.is  in one of tlio companies that stormed  Cronje's laager at Paardeberg, whore ho,  volunteered to carry ammunition, and  for this action was mentioned in. the  dispatches by-lord Roberts. He was gazetted second lieutenant in the Royal'  Warwickshire regiment in October. 1900,  and came home io England to join, but  being transferred to the Second Central African regiment, he left for '.ho  West Coast in February. Mr. Orooke  was one of a family of soldiers. His  father was chaplain to the forces, and  served through the Crimean war wilh  distinction and received two medals and  clasps. His brother lieutenant Douglas  Crooke, of the Suffolk regiment, fell  fghting in one of the rear guard 'lotions in the frontier war of 18S7. His  four uncles���major-general Simpson  Hackett, V. 0 ; colonel Robert, ifackolt  (who was severely wounded, losing llio.  Fight of both eves at the battle of l,'l-  nndi in the Zulu war), and colonel  Charles Hackett, who alone survives���  all had distinguished military careers. I  London, June 19.���W.  T.  Stead  cables the following interview had  with Morris K. Jesup of tlie Now  York chamber of commerce ancnt  the latter's recent experience here:  Mr. Jesup's remark at the Mansion  House   reception,   "Nothing   could  exceed the kindness shown us, for  wo feel we aro not worthy of it,"  was   perfectly   innocent,   and  not  calculated   to   croato   any offence  whatever���a -mere   kindly phrase  which no one could mistake.    I had  a long talk with Mr. Jesup today. I  found him rather wearied after the  wear and tear of a week of incessant  festivity.    "I have denied myself to  all interviewers," he said, pleasantly,  "I have refused my portrait to all  applicants, and.I must say the  representatives of your press are as  pertinacious .and as sensational, if  not more so, than our own. This is  nob true of all, of course. Some of  your newspapers have contributed  the only element of annoyance of  which Ave have had to complain."  "Would you believe it," said Mr.  Jesup, plaintively, "they have  actually represented us as a party  of millionaires who have come to  London for the purpose, of brandishing our plutocratic money bags before the eyes of tho world, .  - "Tho result is that we are pestered morning, noon and night by  . begging letter writers and others  who send up their cards aud ask to  see ns on pressing business, which  always means they, want to relieve  some imaginary millionaire of some  of his. imaginary-millions. It'"is  hard," he said, "for we are none of  us millionaires, and some of us who  are represented as multi-millionaires have only a few hundred  thousand dollars at our banks. I  was very earefill in making my selections to choose only solid business men conservative in finance,  and who aro entirely free from any  reproach of .ostentatious display.  Mr. Carnegie and J. Pierpont Morgan apart, I do not think that any  of us are millionaires. What wo  have sought to do has been to combine the two distinctive American  virtues���dignity and modesty���but  as a result of this newspaper nonsense wo are simply haunted by  beggars. My mail bag contains  nothing but tales of misery and demands for cash."  ���"I-iun extremelysorry rMr.-Jesup,"  I said, "but the American millionaire has succeeded-in the popular  imagination to the place occupied  by the English milord on the continent. It is an indirect tribute to  your prestige."  "I don't like it," said Mr. Jesup,  decidedly. "With this exception,  nothing could have been pleasanter  than our visit, and I sincerely hope  that an interchange of national  visits will help the continuance of  good relations,"  "Js there any particular point  thafc struck you ?" I. asked.  "I think," said Mr. Jesup; "that  the reception by the king and  queen was quite tiro most charming  and suggestive event in the whole  program."  "It only had 'ono defect," said  Mrs. Jesup, "and tliat is'tliat tlio  wivp.s bf the deputation were not  invited to the reception, so that  they had to enjoy it vicariously  through their husbands."  "Well," said Mr. Jesup, "I was  much impressed with tlie extreme  simplicity and kindliness of both  the king aud queen. Any impression that any of us may havo had  concerning the royal pride and  stateliness went by the board.  President McKinley himself could  not have been more simple and cordial than the kiug as ho shook  hands and chatted just as if he had  been president of the American  republic. I think it was quite delightful the way he put every ono  at his ease at once, and the queen  was just as charming and pleasant.  It sounded the right note, which  has been kept up ever since. From  king Edward downward we have  had nothing but kindness aud have  been treated with honor to which,  as individuals! we did not feel our  selves entitled,    Ifc   was (.overmastering."  "Mr. Jesup," I said, "it was nofc  only as individuals you were received, but as representatives of  tlie great American republic."  "Of course," Mr. Jesup^ answered,  "bub that only increases the sense  of our own unworthiness to play  such a great role as representing  the American people at the same  time as representing the New York-  Chamber of Commerce. We have  had some reason to feel that we occupied a representative position."  It is evident that Mr. Jesup is  profoundly impressed by the oversea responsibilities and obligations  of the republic and the empire. He  did not call himself an' imperialist,  but if I were to describe him in  terms of English political phraseology I would say he was an imperialist from a sense of responsibility! being as far as the poles are  apart; from "that imperialism which  is nothing but thinly veneered buccaneering.  EASTERN CANADIAN NEWS  DISASTROUS FIRE AT NOME  TRIBULATIONS   OF   FIREMEN IN  THE FROZEN NORTH.  . *-_  - -i'JI  Many Prisoners Escape From the Primitive Jail���Winter Mining Wa��  c  Very Successful  Wired in Brief.  KINGSTON, Ont. June }9.���The  stioet railway strike continues. The  company refrrses to arbitrate today and  will only settle on their own terms.  ORILLIA, Ont, June 19.���George  Snake, an Indian, was killed on the railway track between here and the reserve  last ovening. He is supposed to have  been the worse for liquor.    -  HOLLAND LANDING, June 19.���Norman Thompson, fifteen years old, while  out shooting ground hogs, accidentally  shot himself in the chest yesterday  afternoon and died shortly afterwards.  " MONTREAL, June ID.���The" Canadian Pacific- railway today reached an  ap-eement with premier Roblin.of Manitoba to construct eighty, miles of a  branch- line in that province during the  coming summer for a cash bonus of  $75,000.  ST. CATHARINES, Ont.,' Juno 19.��� ,  William Tiodginson committed'suicide  hist nighl by blowing to pieces his.head  with a shot gun. He put the muzzle of  the gun m his mouth and pulled'the  trigger with his too. No cause is known.  Ho leaves a large family.  (HAMILTON. Ont, Juno 19.���According to. tho opinion of-Miss-RavGnhill of  England,' who was sent to the United  Slates by the English educational department to investigate the system', of  loach ���rig' domestic science on "this side  of the' wator, and who is in tho city at  present, England is about 10 or 15 years  ahead of America in this connection. -  MONTREAL, June 19.���About a year  ago Rev. Father Coulee, attached to one  of the most prominent Roman Catholic  churches in this city, disappeared. Late-  I.v it was learned that ho had broken  his vows and married a respectable  young girl whom he "had met during the  course of his ministry. He was traced  to Worcester, where it was found he  had become a Protestant. Abbe Perrault  of the 'church of the Holy Name of  .losus in Worcester had an interview  with Coulee, as a result of which he returned to Montreal and has entered the  Fianciscan monastery, where ho will  perform penance. His wife was left in  Worcseter.  HAPPENINGS IN PRINCETON  Dominion Day Program.  PRINCETON, June 19.���[Special to  The Tribune]���Arrangements wore completed for the celebration of Princeton's third annual Dominion Day. A  f-plondid and varied programme of free-  for-all klootchmen and prospectors'  horse, races has been arranged to be  sandwiched   with   athletic   sports,   ob-  slaclo races and a football match between the Keremos Kickers and tho  Princeton Giants. A polo tournament  will also prove an interesting feature,  as the game is now in these parts. The  Hope Indian band has also been on-  gaged. The programme, closes on the  evening of July 2nd with a ball. The  races will bo hold on Vermillion avenue, whore a half mile track is boing  prepared.  Sam L. Long, a mining engineer of  Rossi a n (I, accompanied by F. Railcy.  in in town. Mr. Long is making an extensive examination of llio mineral deposits of the Similkaincon for the Trail  f.moItcr.  The government has at last started  operations-in completing tho building  of flic Korcmos-Princelon wagon road.  That portion between this placo and  Hedley City is a really- splendid mountain wagon road with few grades, and  only, requires a little surfacing to complete it Tho balance of the distance between Medley City and Keremos is extremely rough and will require considerable work to put it in first class shape.  Gaiif'S of men aro at work at different.,  s.i'ction-i and sometime in July the whole  (���-.lent, of the road should be in good  fchapo for heavy traffic  Walter Cook of the Strathcona Horse,  a brother of George Aidous of tho Hotel  Sulameen, has returned here from South  Africa looking fit after tho hardships of  tho campaign.  Crow's Nest Southern.  VANCOUVER, June 1fl.���[Special to  Tho Tribune.]���Elias Rogers, managing director of the Crow's Nest Coai  Company, says construction on the  Crow's Nest Southern will be begun in  less than two weeks and will be rushed  to completion this fall if possible.  Seattle, June 19.���On May 18th  Nome was subjected to a* most disastrous fire. Tbe blaze started in a  building afc fche corner' of Stedman  avenue and First street and soon  leaped across fco fche old court building. Later the "Washington Trading Company's building and the  Smilie-Campbell building caught.  The fire department encountered  great difficulty in fighting the  flames, owing to the hose being  filled with ice. Judge E. P. Ryan  aud his wife barely escaped wifch  their lives, losing all their possessions. The total loss has been  placed at $12,500. Business has  been resumed,- and tlie effects of  the fire are nob'expected to result'  in more than a temporary blow to  the prosperity of the town.  One of the most daring and sue- ���  cessful jail deliveries thafc bas taken  place in Alaska occurred on' May  20th, when seven prisoners in the  federal'jail escaped, and' afc last advices four were still at large.' Those  who got away were named: Powers, Davis, Miller and Lands, while  Smith, Libby and May were recap- '  fcured. In the capture May was  shot in the head and. jaw, and is in  a precarious condition. 'The escape  was effected by cutting through.  the corrugated iron -roof of the  jail. As soon as the prisoners were  missed a detachment of soldiers was  sent from Fort Davis, everyone  leaving town was" questioned and  "dodgers" advertising the ' escaped'  convicts, were freely circulated.  Libby was first captured hiding in  a-cabin. _ Smith : and May "were  called to surrender. The former  did so, bub May made a break for  liberty and was shot and brought  down.  The resulbs of the Avinter's work "  prove emphatically that Nome is a  winter camp. Within "a radius of,  eight miles about the city dumps  have beeu piled up which on a conservative estimate will yield $100,-  000, and this hi spite of the lack of  the proper apparatus. With an  ample supply of coal at reasonable  prices for thawing, winter work  can be prosecuted ou a large scale.  From Council City and the Topkuk  come the best reports. It is said  that gold has been taken out during  the winter to the value of half a  million dollars. The Topkuk is still  yielding_ gold. The bankers,and_  commercial agents of the city have  received over $100,000 in winter  dust and nuggets. All reports received ab Nome during the winter  bend to establish the reports of immense richness in the Blue Stone  andKougarok country and excellent  reports come from the farther  northern arctic districts.  Grand Lodge Meeting.  The thirtieth annual communication  of the grand lodge of A. P. & A. M. of  British Columbia will meet in Fidelity  hall this morning at 9 o'clock. This will  ho the third tinre in thirty years that  the grand lodge has mot at any point  away from the coast, the lodge upon  the other two occasions meeting at  Kamloops. Most of the delegates arrived yesterday, and it is estimated that  there will be at least, one hundred In  attendance today. Among those who arrived last evening ware Harry,Watson  of Vancouver, grand master; Fred McB.  Young of Nanaimo, deputy grand master; E. E. Chipman of Kaslo, senior  grand warden: C. Esnor Sharpe of Es-  (inimalt. grand junior warden; Rev. E.  P. Flewelling, grand chaplain; E. Hos-  ker of Vancouver, grand tyler; and sev-  tial other officers and members of the  standing committees. It is expected that  tlie lodge will be in session for two and  possibly three days.  A Boy Hypnotist.  PITTSBURG, June 19.���Residents ot  Fairmount avenue, East End, are worried by the powers of Lawrence Park, a  fifteen-year school boy, who has been  hypnotizing children in the streets. A'  business man saw ono of the "subjects"  boing put through his performances,  and lie decided that Siich play was dangerous. Today he reported the matter  to the police. The boy a year ago spent  $- for books on hypnotism. Since then  ho has hold seances in the streets or In  dcorwa.V3. most of his subjects being  younger boys or girls. Recently one of  the subjects tried to sink his teeth in  a little boy's arm. The police say his  specialty is to make larger boys submit  to being whipped in fights with smaller  cues. j  ���"    -  *^fj  ---il  *??���  ���*i{3l  .-���-4*1  -4?iiif  -, r^l  < ��_���������*���  v3*  ' - S��>3S  .7~&m  .    -<-'?-s����|  -.-��� ,-'Hi*_  ,.z^_  "Ml  ���--n'-j't  m  ~ ii  '-Jl  * 'I  ���? _  '*.  vi  -J  - Jl  ^51  - -fl  ' 'A  n  m  r-_KSS__-_g_��__ -wiji IV **^W^!f*�����-^j*^3��V*lll_LSf-J*,  s-wv.-rjrw_t_*W _^-Ci*_"M^-^i_iKSv��'^^^ l-'tl  THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. 0. THURSDAY,'JUNE 20, 1001  X. -���'  t  I"  I  ft ���  Is :  ..-^  * -**  ��� *���:#  I :  :'  I  l'.i-'  .���_���-3>-*a.-3>-^-,a"-a-*a---s"4i-';-<^ *i; .i^^fcfc  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  THE HUDSON'S BAT COMPANY  Ice- rplisted 1670. rj  FORGET  How old you are.  Forget your wife's name.  .Forget how many children you have.  BUT DON'T FORGET  That the  Hudson's Bay Stores  (Telephone No. 13.)  Offer the largest stock to select  from, the best va.ues, and the very  best quality in "  Everything Obtainable  to eat, drink, or use.  THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Saloon- smp.slilns career. Ho cave a  modified assent for a time, but finally  he sard: "1 can't keep pace with Carrie  in this crusade of hers. 1 am tired out.  It is too hard work and there is too little in it."  ��"9{:C.S".-ff.*^.^-'8^*r-*8^!8T-*3v^:^ -"'  *1>^0'0'0:��'0>'0 0'S"S^>  Site ��rtbttne  -K~H~W~^W*H��  ���*-H��M~:��-M~M"M-*  . Mining supplios and general  hardware, assayers' supplies and  chemicals, drugs and medicines,  dry goods and clothing, hoots  and shoes, furniture and bedding, fishing tackle and stationery, hooks and neAvspapers, groceries and provisions, fresh and  sail meats, fruits and confectionery, cigars and tobacco, imported  and domestic lienors, in fact  everything in tho way of general  merchandise, can be procured in  Nelson on Thursdays during the  bame hours as on other days,  notwithstanding all reports to  the contrary.  .J..J..J..  4~M~:~H~H-H~H-*  Tin? statement that capital cannot be procured for investment in  .-British Columbia mine.-* should be  taken with a grain of salt. 'Let  capital be shown a promising mine,  or even a promising, prospect, and a  . deal can be arranged on- a satisfactory basis without delay. The  London & British Columbia Gold  Fields, Limited, is an old country  company, with its head office in  London and its principal ofiice for  the transaction of business in  Nelson. The, manager in British  Columbia is au old country man  wliose eye-teeth were cut in America. The resident engineer is an  American.-   This company does not  " seem to have any trouble in raiding  capital to take hold of promising  mining properties. It surely would,  if the laws of the province were  such as they are said to be by those  who   have   been    unsuccessful    in  , mining ventures. The truth of the  matter is, the blue-iuin element  have nothing to offer for sale that  anyone wants, and they feel a good  deal as does the man who owns an"  unsalable townsite. Instead of  decrying the country and its laws,  ��� let tlie newspapers of the province  begin publishing statistics that will  provo that our producing mines are  as valuable as the producing mines  of any other country. In order to  do this, newspapers must have data  that is absolutely reliable. How  many mine managers are willing to  furnish the data ?  It is no longer a question  EMPIRE of Pen and 8word which  is the mightier; the dc-  TYPEWRITER bate now is as to whether  tho Empire Typewriter is  mightier than the Maxim Gun, with tho aigu-  mculullln favor of tlio Kniplre. Today tho  Typewriter is an absolute necessity to many who  a few yejirs ago did not dream that they could  over requiro it. IU use is rapidly besoming  more extended and with reason. No one having  business writing or correspondence to do can afford now to bo without a machine. If you wish  to operato the machine yourself very Utile practice on the Empire will.niake you proficient and  able to write more rapidly, more. l��gibly and  with infinitely less physical and mental effort  than wilh f,e P. n. The Empire is the most  perfect of lypew iters.  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. Ltd  Pianos to Rent."  NKLSON. B. C.  bonus to the latter. But the day  of granting aid, without some return in the way of interest and control of. rates, has passed. iu this  province, notwithstanding the frantic appeals of the newspapers who  favor the V. V. & E., side of the  railway question.  The Rossland Miner says that if  the British Columbia system of taxing mines was in force in Montana  that the gross output of - the mines  in that state would be taxed 2 per  cent. Such a statement shows  clearly that the Miner is not acquainted with the Assessment Act  of this province. The taxes in this  province are not paid on the gross  vaiue of the ore, but on its value  after all charges for freight and  treatment have been deducted.  Yet the Rossland Miner is one of  the papers that poses as an authority on the mining laws of this  province.   Thi3 coast cannerymen knew  what they were doing when they  imported Japs   by thousands and  The Miner has at last stated its  position on tho  railway  question.  It favors tho V. V. <fe E.  as against  the C. P. 11.     It  goes  farther.    It  wants tho people of the province to  go down in their  pockets and help  build the V. V. & E.     It says that  no one with capital can be induced  -" to build the road without a bonus.  If that is a statement of fact, why  should the people of the province  be compelled to deal only with one  set of r ail way builders?   Why not  make   a   deal   with the company  whicli will make the best offer?   If  the province must bonus a company  in order to get a certain railway  built, ib would be folly to grant the  bonus without imposing conditions.  If conditions are imposed, is  it not  likely that   the   Canadian Pacific  Railway Compauy c.in make a proposal that will be of greater benefit to all the people  in tho province  than   the   Victoria,  Vancouver  &  Eastern Railway Company?   If the  O. P. R is unable  or  unwilling lo  make as good an offer as tho V. V.  <& E.- then, by all means, give the  made them British subjects~before  they had been in the country a  month. They knew the Japs could  be induced to work for less wages  than white and Indian fishermen,  and the average canneryman cares  only for himself. ��� He would rather  see British Columbia peopled by a  few rich and many menials, than to  see it the home of thousands of  English-speaking men and women.  Will the scrub that now edits  the Rossland Miner tell the readers  of that paper why he grossly  violated all rules of honest journalism, when in charge of the Nelson  Miner, by changing the wording of  special telegrams sent that paper  by its regularly appointed Victoria  correspondent ?  Within five years Nelson will be  the largest city in British Columbia.  Poor old Victoria and the town  whose dead walls are placarded  with "Maxwell and the Mint"  posters are not in the race.  If the responsible owner of the  Victoria Times could only be induced to give a written opinion of  the scrub that now edits P.  Augustus Heinze's newspaper at  Rossland it would make mighty  interesting reading matter.  Carrie Loses Her Husband,  MARION, Ind., June 19.���David Nation, hushand of Mrs. Carrie Nation,  Hie hatceht crusader, announces that  he will not again live with his wife. Hs  will   spend   the  remainder   of  his   life     .^~~.. j~~ -~  , ��� -. ���  quietly with his daughter's family here,    month ground lease. Terms cash  His  73rd   birthday comes  on. Monday. CHAS. A. WATERMAN & CO.,  Mr. Nation never, approved his yrlte's J Auctioneers, Nelson, li. C.  AINSWORTH  LICENCE   DISTRICT.  Notice is hereby given that William IWilno  of Ka*lo has mado application under Ihu prnvi-i-  ions of Uio "Liquor Licenco Act l'llO," f���r un  hotel licence for the prvini-os ftusoi ihod ns thn  Twelve Mile House between Howser at.d Trout  Lake.  A mooting of l.ho Board of L'ccto Commissioners of tho Airibworlh LWcnco Dis ricr. will  ho hold to consider such application at the Court'  House at the City of Ka lo o-< Thursilav, tho  fourth day of July, at tho hour of eight u'i lock in  the afternoon.  w.ii. rullocic-wrbster,  Ch'uf Ii-ceiioR Inspector.  Chief Constable's Oflice, Nelson. 1!) h Juno 1K01.  TheSunnyside  HOTEL  West Baker Street, Nelson,  Will be Opened to the Public  TO-DAY NOON  J. P. MANHART, Prop.  A  share of the trade of the  traveling public is solicited.  PUBLIC AUCTION  OF VALUABLE RE/\L PROPERTY,  PLA.NT, STEAM TUC, BAR.GE, MATERIAL AND FIXTURES.  The undersigned have received in-  ttructions from the Ontario Powder  Works to offer for sale by public auction  in the stable building on Hall street,  bewteen Baker and Vernon street'*,, and  known as the Reynolds, stables, in the  City of Nelson on-  TUESDAY, JULY 30th, 1901  At 1 O'CIock F. M��� Sharp.  the following desirable improved real  estate, steamboat and barge, plant, etc.,  Site, comprising 125 acres of land,  opposite Five- mile Point, with about  500 yards of water front, and good  wlarf,12 by 24 feet, with IDS feet of  tramway,  . Six hundred feet of pipe line, with  water right to 21 miner's inches of  water.  Buildings, eight in number, connected by private telephone line with the  City of Nelson, and described as follows: One building 16x40 feet, 1 building 16x40 feet, 1 building 20 x.20 feet,  1 building 24 x 60 feet, 1 building 20 x SO  ~te'et.=L_iK,or-kshop_ 20_x_2Q_,feet. dwelling  house 14 x 24 feet.  Steamboat "Red Star" and scow.  One 12-horse power boiler and- en-:  girie, on wheels.  One upright boiler with engine and  fittings.  About 100 cases of gutta percha fuse,  125,000 detonators, etc.  .About   90   iron   drums,   used   as   oil.  tanks, culverts and sewage purposes.  Two Fairbank scales, of one ton capacity, also tools, household utensils,  and other articles too numerous to mention, a list of which may be seen at the  works, at the Nelson ofllce of the cora.-  pany or at the office of the auctioneers.  Office furnishings consisting of one  roll top desk, one I. & J. Taylor sale,  ten foot length standii.g desk, letter  presses.: with stand, office counter with  twelve drawers, stools, chairs, etc.  . Intending purchasers may inspect any  of the above articles by consulting with  H. Maepherson,,Nelson agent, at his office in the Madden Block, Ward street,  Nelson, or with, the auctioneers, or at  the works.at,Five-mile Point.  TERMS.���Cash on purchases of ?100  or under, on, purchases over $100'terms  will ba announced at time of sale with  other conditions.  For* further particulars apply to the  undersigned auctioneers, or to  M. MACPHEKSON, Madden Block,  Agent Ontario Works, Nelson, li. C.  CHAS. A. WATERMAN & CO  AUCTIONEERS.  ROOM3 14 and 15.      K. W. C. BLOCK, Nelson  SALE OF REYNOLDS' STABLE.  At the close of the sale of the realty  and effects of the Ontario Powder Works  the undersigned will also offer for sale  the Reynolds stables. This building is  on leased ground, with a three year's  lease yet to run, at a rental of $10 per  0>00 ���*_  . 00 .00^00 .00 . 00  .001  . 00  .00 . 00 .00 . 00   .00 . 00  .00 . ,  -_*��� ���c-sj*' *_��'��3s��- ��_*-����������-- ��*�������;���*- <_��r��at��~ -su-*.-**- -��**- <a-*������  ^  ai cxxxxxxxxxuxrxxxxxxxxzixxuxxxmxiii;  BUTTERICK  PATTERNS  XXXXXXZXXIIXX.X. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXIUZXltl  re  36 Baker Street, Nelson  [jiilixsijsiisiiiiiiiisixixzxiijxxjiixi-.ixixtt  JUNE 'DELINEATOR  NOW READY  to  ixXIXXXIXXUXIlXIIIUXXIXIIXIIIXXXXXIXXXXIXf,  to  to  SNew  c&XlLL  onses  _A_T  "VT'OiTIDEEr^TJXiL'ir   X_0'W~   PBICES  FINE WHITE LAWN WAISTS���A large range  of the prettiest styles shown this season,  . trimmed-iu a variety of effects, with hemstitching:., tucking, and-...embroidery or  lace. 7.         $1.50 to $5.50  PERCALE SHIRT WAISTS���In all tho- popular  styles... . ..75c to $2.00  BLACK  AND   COLORED   SILH   WAJSTS ��� Wo  have about twenty, mad-- up in a vaiu-ty  of styles and in  values 1 hat range  from  $���1 50  to $S to closo  out,  mai  your choice.... ;   Iced  dnwiic  $2.50  WHITE LAWN -WAISTS���Dressy waists with  inserting!:, tucks or allover ernbioiiloi-y,  plain or pleated tucks..   .. .$1.00 to $2.50  BLACK TAFFETA��� Surplice front with tucked  or corded shield, also hemstitch or cluster  tucks, puff, bishop or fancy sleeves*-, 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.......... .$5.50  9\  to  9\  to  to  to   'to~ ~~~ '������ ������._-_P________.h���_r^___-��� ___  to A FINE LINE OF MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR  to .  . ^ L_  to 7~-   0A\     n-xxxxxrixxixxuxixxixrxxxiiiitxixniaixjxx- ^    r  tol/ wns      .��� Fred.Irvine  fky   a VEILING- M *   A V%*     - 4*    V  A** V  i|Y Lj3n_��xxxxixxxxxxxxix���TxxxixxxHxxixxJ 36  Baker  Street  ^N��t -^'^'0?' -T-^"'��� ^r^*��� '��''��''��?'0*-00 '^.00 -0* *00  9\  ���to  to  to  to  9)  to  to:  to  ���pim  XXXIXx'TXXXZXXXXIXXXXXTIXmTXXTXXIx;  i  MAIL OEDEES  PROMPTLY  : FILLED  iixrxxxxTStTiiixiixixxxxxxrrixruixxxxxixxxii  9\  to  9\  to  m  00'00  ��_. . <^.>��_ . *>���������*. *���*** ��� **����.��� "*^�� ���*"*��� **V ��� "a,>�� ***i ��� '***��� ^"* ��� '^>��*^^  VS- >��5_-"-aS -��_��-��3 -*S*^ --^-Qfflj -*_}-��_ '*"_5-"3J '���S -�� ���f  r^Sf-T^rs*/- 00- 00- *0- 00- 00- 00- 00 '.00-00 - 00- 00-00  KOOTENAY....  GOFFEE CO.  Coffee Roasters  Dealers In f 8a and Coffee  -��-x*3-S-|93a-33-3-*-Jitffeteftf'ff;  Wo aro ofTeriiiK at lowest, prices tlio best  prados of Ceylon, India, China and Janan  Toas.  Our Best-, Mocha and Java Coffeo, por  ��� ������;    pound :...$  40  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choice Hlend Coffee, 4 pounds  1 00  Special Blend Coffee, (i pounds  1 00  Itio Blend Coffeo, (J pounds  1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound 30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY GOFFEE GO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST:BAKER STREET, NELSON.  FISHING TACKLE  \VK HAVE TnK  BEST  FLIES  AND  BEST  LKADKRS MADK.  THE  Minnows, silver and gold and Phantoms  Silk  Lines  Landing Nets  And a Hplcndid line of all fishing requisites.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.  K.-W.-C. Block.       Corner Ward and Baker St-*  MANHATTAN SALOON  Domestic  and  Imported  WHISKIES  WINES  ALES  STOUTS  CIGARS  Domestic  and  Imported  ���JK  !  Carpets  _  We have just received a Consignment of-    -  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.  J, G.  JBUNYAN   &  CO.  West Baker Street, Nelson.  mmt____iV!i__ts__5si?fa?rBit!mKassi<_.  ANHEUESER-BUSCH  St. Louis.  1  B  E  PABST  Milwaukee.  B  E  E  R  S  CALGARY  Calgary.  REISTERER & CO.  Nelson.  GOSNELL  (,                    Nelson.                    ,  R  S  JOSEPHINE   STREET.  NEAR   BA  lKER.  WHOLESALE TRADE  JERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  TmOHI-K & CO., LIMITED.���Corner Vernon  and Cedar stroots, Nolsou, manufacturers  of and wholosalo doalors in -orated wal ors and  fruit Rj-rups. Solo agents for Halcyon Springs  minoral wator.   Telephone GO.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES]  WK. TKKTZKL & CO.-Corner Baker and  ���   .Tosejihino streets, Nelson, whoVf-alo deal  ers 111   osinyera  supplios.   Agont-j  I'or Donvo  Flro 01.iv Co. of Douvcr, Colorado. V  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.        7  HJ. EVANS': te'CO.���Uakor stroot, Nelson  ��� wholosalo'-' dealers in liquors, cigars  comonti, liro brick and-flro clay, wator plpa and  steel rails, ami general commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES^  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC '.SUPPLY & CONS'! RUCTION COMPANY���Wholosalo doalers lu telephones, annunciators, bells, battorius,  ilxturoR.'oi-;., Houston block, Nelsou.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN - KER   MILLING   COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour,  Grain, Hay  mixed oars  shipped  to all.  Straight or  Kootenay Points.  P.  Grain elovalors at all principal points on Ca!gi.ry-  Udmontou R. R. Mills 'at 'Victoria, Now Wesb  minster, and lSdmonton. Alberta.   FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.���Baker   street/,   Nelson,  wholosale dealers In (roshand cured moats.  Cold storage,  GROCERIES.  AATACDONALl) & CO.���Cornor Front and  ��� Hall siroota, : whole-uio grocors and  'obbors In blankets, kIovos,; mitts, hoots, rubbers,  rnackkinws and minors' sundrios.   COMPANY,   LIMI-  stroot, Nolson,   wholosalo  KOOTKNAY SUPPLY  TKU-Vomon  ffroccrs.  rOHN CnoLDlTCH & CO.-  **   son, wholosale Rrocers,  -Front streot, Nel  T    Y. GRIFFIN & CO.���Front Hlreet, Nolson  ** ���   w!".ol(-Ka]��   doalerR   ln   provisions,   enred  /.qnats, bn'ter ar.il o��f*s.  TREMONT HOUSE  321 TO 331 BAKKR STRKKT, NELSON  R. REISTERER & CO.  ���      BREW-OS AND BOTTr.BRfl Or  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  MEALS 25 CENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated by Steam 25 Cents to $1  AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN  PLAN3  HARDWARE AND MININO_SUPPEIESr  J-T HYKRS & CO.���Oorner Baker and .Togf-phloQ  CX.   ahreots. Nelson, wholesale dealors In hardware  and Mining snpplloK,    AK(-nt'* for (ii'int  Powflor Co. .   LAWRKNCK    HARUVVAUK    COMPANY  Uakor Sh,,  Nelson,  whtil(-nalo   dealers  (n  hardware ami tninliiB: suppilos, ami wator and  -jluuibors'supplios.  LIQDOES AND DRY GOODS.  ���Y-URNER, BBKTON & CO.-Corner Vornon  ��� ���*��� aud Josophlno streets. Nelson, wholosale  dealers In liquors, cigars and dry Roods. Aitouta  tor Pahst KrowluK Co. of MUlwaukeo and O-il  g*,i*y Rrowiug Oo. of Calgary.  WINES AND CIGARS" ~~~  n^l'IFORNIA WINK COMPANY, WMI  *���-' TKi>���Cortior Frour. aud HaU stroeha, Nel  ���on. wholosalo dealers iu wlnos(oa*io.and hnlk.  QUEEM'S HOTEL ���*��� (-���  jlakor arid Ward  Streets, Nelson  HAKKR 8TUHBT. NKLSON  Prompt and ro^nlar  delivery to tha irnida  Brnwery at Hainan  FREE   HOT   LUNCH  FROM 12 to 2 O'CLOCK  AT.THE  ATHABASCA  TODAY.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and  flrst-doua  dlnlug-rocm. Sample rooms for commercial man,  RATES $2 PER DAY  Tho only hotol In Nolson thnt has remained  undor ono nmiingonieiit since 1880.  Tho bod-rooms are well fnruishod and lighted  hy oloctrloity.  The hor ln always stooked hy the best dom a  tlo and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MAI1DRN. I'roprifttior.  1  lll|rs. E. Co ClarKe, Prop.  SLOGAN ilUn0T20R HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS. Manaftor  MODERN  CONCENTRATOR  100 Tons Capacity.  LEDGERWOOD  HOIST  ELECTRIC SINKING PUMP  ONE PAIR 8-INCH and ONE  PAIR 16-INCH WATERWHEELS  And Otho   Plant,  FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO  Revelstoke  Station, B.C.  P. 0. BOX 172  Everjjr* body   Welcome j   ' _��. _* thk bof_l noi*\ oAiaAav  Bar stocked with bent brands of wlnoa, liquors,  and Cigars, Boor on df-Might. l<ai*KO comfort  abia roouiB. Vtrtit ol��_ lablo boa d.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Cornor Vlt-torta and Koolienay Blrnstis.  P   n.  ����..v WH>. TK)l,Ji>l-HMN��< wri   w_  REWARD^  'J'ho undciviBned will olliirasa reward for tlo  roiiovcry of tins hotly of Lotlio Wilscn. l.ho  12-  yrnr-old   hoy  drowned   oil' Ihe   tnit   llalys   on  Sunday, J line 2nd, 1 he sum of twenly-flvo dollnrs.  UAVK CLAIUCI-.  rilot Ray. Juno 13th, 1901,  v-1 y^ii^tfFii^ivM^  ���tf?-^.jr>Eaw^"K�� ^c^^sjaCTCTKa^gggasaygga-sasg^  jggf^fi^mfi^msmsBisimm  THE   TRIBUKE: NELSON B. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1901  -_rrrf  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  REST     7.000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...Presidont  Hon. Goorgo A. Drummond Vice-President  K. S. Cloi-ston -.Qonoral Managor  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Uakor and Kootonay Stroots.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Managor.  Branches In London (Kngland) Nkw York,  Chicaoo, and all tho principal oitios in Canada.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE  BANK  OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  .,, HEAD OFFICK:  TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,       -     -     -     $8 000.000  Reserve Fund,       -      -      -     -   $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Robt. Kilgour,  Vice-President.  Hon. Geo. A. Cox,  President.  Buy and sell Sterling Kxchange and Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commorcial and Travolors' Credits,  availablo In any part of tho world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Mado. Etc.  Savings Bank Branch  CUKUKNT RATK OK INTKKE8T PAID.  -:��I--H��H��W"M��I"M- .M~^M��M-*-M--H*-I-  * ���-';;.-."                            *  ���I- Milling: supplies  and    general  ���'.-, liardwaro, assayers' supplies and  ���I- chemicals, drugs and medicines,  ���I- dry   goods,,"ami   clothing,   boots  ���!��� and   shoes,   furniture   and   l-ed-  ���!��� ding, flshing tackle and station-  .���!���. "cry, books and newspapers, gro-  ���I- enrics, and provisions, fresh and  ���I- salt meats, fruits and confection-  ���I- cry, cigars aiuLtohacco, imported  ���:��� and    domestic "'liquors,   in   fact  ���!��� everything in the way of general  ���!��� merchandise, can bo procured in  ���!��� Nelson on Thursdays during the  ���I* same   hours  as   on   other-days,  ���!��� notwithstanding   all   reports   to  ���I- the contrary.  **-!"M��M-H--M-M- .H~H"I-M-H-H~I"1��  TELEGRAMS IN BRIEF FORM  From Various Sources.  PLYMOUTH, Juno 19-  Arvrgricnn line  rived hei-e at S:S0  -The Haniburg-  steamer Deutchland ar-  a-. m., having beateri  liei* own speed record. She covered 3082  miles in 5 days 11 hours 51 minutes, at  _ar. average speed of 2!US against 23.3fi,  her best previous speed record.  PITTSBURG, June 10.���The St. Clair  Furnace Company, owned-by the Crucible Steel Company of America,: today  started to-build three GOO tons daily ca-  1-acity blast furnaces in 11. C. Frick'y  sne\y town,. Cb.irton, on the Monong.i-  hcla river. The furnaces will cost v. luri  completed $.-,,250,000.  - NKW YORK, June 19���James O'TToarn  shot his wife Louisa and then put a  bullet through his own brain in a yard  in the rear of tlio residence of Henry  Warnrck at Gravesend early this morning. 13oth wore dead when found. Anger  at his wife's dissipated habits is supposed to be the cause of the deed.  PARIS, June 19.���The Libre Prole as-  ' sorts, in connection with the report of  lhe forthcoming meeting between emperor William and president Loubet at  Cherbourg, upon the occasion of ihe return of the troops from China, that this  movement was negotiated by Geimany  through the French ministry of foreign  affairs. '  NEW YORK, June 19���Tho joint commission on the revision of canons of the  Protestant Episcopal church, wliich was  continued by resolution of the house of  deputies in the general convention of  1S9S and concurred in by the house of  bishops, has just made public its report,  which will be submitted for approval to  the next general convention in San  Francisco in October. Foremost among  the roccdmmended changes are those  which apply to marriage and divorce.  TO  ENCIRCLEjrHE  GLOBE  Hill's Russian Scheme.  Paris, June 19.���The true inwardness of the trip of Sam Hill of  Minneapolis across Siberia involves  the biggest line  of  transportation  -tlio���woi'Id=ever=sawf==U[Jon���thp=  strength of tho highest authority ifc  can be stated that Mr. Hill's lour is  for the special object of examining  the Trans Siberian road, and uffcer  having ascertained that  ifc  affords  , good carrying accommodations, to  make efforts to have ifc run in .connection with J. J. Hill's Pacific  steamers. The R'ussiiui-authorities  lave been, approached upon tho  matter, and are favorably disposed.  Instructions were sent to the governor-general of Irkutsk to give Mr.  Hill, a royal reception, and as n  result lie was received  wifch honors  ' second only to those whicli would  bo shown to the czar. The governor-general drove him around in his  carriage of slate, aud the people,  acting under instructions from  headquarters, made holiday in his  honor.  Mr. Hill represents his father-in-  law and J. Pierpont Morgan. Tlio  latter gave him special instructions  when leaving Paris. If they succeed, iu making a de.il with the  Russian government for a traffic  arrangement, then the Morgan and  Hill combination, with its Atlantic  and Pacific lines of steamers and  transcontinental railroads, will  practically have encircled the globe.  Sam Hill is accompanied by Robert  Lebaudy of Paris, the millionaire  brother of Max Lebaudy, whose  tragic death some years ago was  the cry of all France. Mr. Hill left  his wife in Paris because of her  baby. When ho realized the comforts of the Trans-Siberian railway  and saw James Districk of California taking his wife and baby to  Mongolia, he telegraphed to Mrs.  Hill saying he felt like kicking himself for leaving her behind.  London Olllce, OO Lombard Street. E. O,  New  York   Olllce, 16   Elxehantre   Place.  nnd (ij Branches in Canada and the  I'nilcd SUit08.  IMPERIAL BANK  OF    0-___5T-__.D_^.  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital  Rust  $2,600,000  $1,850,000  II. S. HOWLAND President.  I). It. WILKIi" Uenoral Manager.  K. HAY Inspector.  /jTj  9*  9\  Established in Nelson 1890.  rate  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Interest allowed  on  deposit--.    Present  t!i ruu per cen U  GRANGE  V.  HOLT,  .     '   Manager Nolson Branch.  Heinze Wins Out  Butte, Juno 10.���Judgo ILirney  in tiro district court this morning  awarded tho Minnie Ifoaly mine,  valued afc $10,000,000, to F. August  Ileiri'/e, deciding against Miles Fin-  Ian and tlie Copper Tiusfc. Heinze  bought tho property from Finlau,  who, after .spending $54,000 in  working it, becamo discouraged  arid offered ifc to Jfeinze for the  amount expended. Ilein/.e struck  a rich copper vein within a short  time and Finlan tried to get the  property back and was assisted in  the fight by the. so-called trust.  More Races - iu Prospect.  New York, June lQ.-^Aii American magazine has cabled to sir  Thomis Upton and written to  Thomas W. Lawson and _ Butler  Duncan offering to provide a gold  ciip, valued at $50.00,;to be competed for after; the cup races under  the auspices of some, well-known  .yacht club. Sir Thomas has cabled  in reply that he will send his  American representative, Mr.'���Barry,  to see '.-the. editor of the magazine.  'Mi*. Lawson has signified hi9  willingness to enter the Independence in such a contest previous to  July Oth. Mr. Duncan's reply has  not yet been received.  SAVINC3   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  THK   CUHKKNT   RATK   OK    INTKUKST   ALLOWKD.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  LARGE HOUSE BOAT  FOR   SALE   OR    FOR   RENT  Axmen, Station-men and Laborers, for railway work. .Apply to  BRECKENRIDGE & LUND.  June 11, 1001. Morrisey, B. C.  CALEDONIAN LIQUEUB  IN THISTLE AND SHAPED BOTTLES  Is the   Loading   Scotch Whiskey.  ..Ask For Ifc.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Door3  ;Insicie  If. P. RITHET & CO., Ltd,, VICTORIA- B.C.  ���Sole Agents fur British Columbia.  A.  B.   GRAY,   Nelson,  \P. O. Box 521.        Koolmmy Representative.  Doors  Screen Doors  "Windows  Inside Finish  local find coast.  Flooring  local nnd c��nt-b.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  o     Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds,  IF WHAT TOD WANT IB NOT IN STOCK  WK WILL MARK IT FOB TOU  CALL AND OUT PRICKS,  J. A. Sayward  BALL AND LAKB STREETS, NR���10IT  (No;i7S)  CERTIFICATE  ���OK THK���  Registration of an Extra Provincial Company.   .  "Companies Act,-1897."  : I hereby certify that the "German Mining and  Milling Company" has this day been registered  as an Kxlra Provincial Company, under thn  "Coinpanie* Act. 1897," to carry out or effect all  oranyof llio objects hereinafter set foi tit to  which I lie legi-lalivo authoriiy of the Legislature of British Columbia extend;*.'  The head olllce of the Company is situate in  Iho City of Tacoma, State of Washington,  U. S. A. .���:���'.     .: -".  . The amount of the capital of the Company is  ono hundred thousand' dollar!-, divided into oue  hundred thousand chares of ono dollar each.  ' ho head olllce of the Company in this Province in situate at 'Nelson, and Richard Papo, Labourer, whoso address is Nelson aforesaid, is the  attorney for Iho Company.  -���'I ho limo of the existence -of tho-.Company is  fifty years.  Given under my hand and srnl of .ofllce at  Victoria. Province of Hri'ish Columbia, this 10th  day of J un--, one thousand nine hundred and  one.  Ii,. si S. Y. WOOTTON.  ��������� BegUli-ar-of-Joint Gonipaiik-s.-"  Th-1 objects for which Iho Company has bicn  established are those set out in tho Certificate of  1'cgistr ilion gnui'od to Iho Compiny on tho 1st  February, IS'KI, and which app-ars in the llritish  C 'lumbia Gns-ol.Ii! on the 18th February, 1SU7.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNEB.  ENTRIES  -FOR-  ChairipionshipQuoittyatch  AT CLUB HOTEL  Will  Close at 8 o'clock p. m.  SATURDAY,   JUNE    9th,    1901  Game will  start at 10 o'clock a.  m. July 1, 1901.  R. B. REILEY  (SUCCESSOR TO H. D. ASHCROFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AKD   WOOD   WORK***  EXPERT HORSESHOEING.  Special attention given lo all kinds of repairing  and custom work from oOsldo points.   "  bolba made to order on shot! notice,  Heavy  To Herbert Cuthliort or to-any person or persons to whom bo may have transferred his  inlerest in the Hlend Mineral Claini, situate  on lhe west fork rf Rovor creek, in the Nol-  son mining division of   West, KootGnny Din-  Li ict, aud. recorded in, lie recorder's olllce for  the Mi.'l'on Mining Division.  Vou'andench of you aro h'eroby notified that,  we liav- expended four hundred and eleven dollars in lahor ami   improvement'' upon the < hovo  mentioned mineral .claim in order to hold said  mineral claim under tho provisions of tlio Mineral Aol, and  if  within  ninety days from the  date of Mils notice you fail or rcfuso lo contribute your proportion   of  such   expenditures together wilh all costs of advcilising your interests In said claims will becomo Ihu property of  Iho uiihs.'ribcrs, under section 4 of an Act entitled "An Act to Amend the Mineral j\ot. IIKKJ."  FUANICFIjii/rCHlOU,  .1. J. MAI.O-SK.  If. G. NKKI.'ANDS,  K T. II. SIMPKINS.  Dated at Nel'on this 3rd day of .1 une, 1()01.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER  To John J. Mc/V>jr*KEWsor to any porson or parsons to whom ho may havo transferred his  interest in tho Mack Diamond Mineral Claim.  situato on  tho  north aide of Dear Creek,  about threo miles from tho town of Ymir,  lying smith of and adjoining tho  Kvoning  _t-vr Minoral Claim, Nelson Mining Divifion  of West Kootenay Distiict.-and recorded in  thn recorder's olllco for the Nolson Hining  Division.  You and each of y->u aro horoby notified that I  have expended Two Hundred and Twelve dollars  and Twenty-five coots (8212.25) in labor ami improvements upon Ihe abovo mentioned minoral  claim in ordor to hold said mineral claim undor  Ihe provisions of the Mineral Act, and if within  ninety days from the dato of this nol.ico you fail  _. refuse to contribute your proportion of such  r.xpoii<lilnrc.-i together with all costs of advertis  ing your iutoreatH in said claims will boenme the  property of the subscriber under section 4 ol an  Act. entitled "An Act to Amend the Mineral  Act, WOO." JOHN DEAN.  Dated at Nelson this 27th day of April, 1901.  CITY  OF NELSON.  Notice is heroby given that the first sittlnc-a of  the Annual Court nf lievision of the Muni-  cipiilityof lhe Cityof Nelson will bo held in the  Council Chamber at the city oftlcos. Nelson, on  Wednesday. Iho 10th diy of July next, at 10  o'. lock a.m., for tho puipoc of hearing complaints against Iho assessment as made by the  a��sossor. and for revising and correcting the  assessment roll.  J. K. STItAOHAN, City Clerk.  Nelson, B. C, May 28th, 1901,  to  to  9\  9\  to  9}  ASUCCESSFULBUSINESSMANOFTODAY  o ��� ..���������.  Is Eminently Progressive.  All watch repairing guaranteed,  as we employ none but the best  workmen.  nousoBoat completely furnished for rontby  tho week or month on most reasonable terms, or  For Sale at a Bargain.'������"  Thi -is a good investment for a man who could  lock aftor samo and personally tako out tourists  and fishing parties.   Apply  T.'-O. PROCTER, Baker street.  ���I��H-^~M-H��!��H^--H"I��H^~^H"I��-W~H-  100 MEN WANTED  to  9)  a,'  He does not follow in a rut; ho worships no ideals of tho past; he is of., the times, arid with  the times; he seeks constantly to advance, to improve, to give broad-minded and skillful service; he not only buys early, but he studies his business minutely; ho recognizes the important f-ict'that his stock should consist of goods that are so widely different from "the other  fellows" as can be secured. He picks out lines that are progressive, up-to-date and superior  as to special features, style and finish, then gets his goods in early, is not afraid to liberally  display, a complete assortment of his various lines, so as to impress the confidence he possesses.  He familiarizes himself with every detail as to quality and manufacture of his goods, sets a  fair price on thein aud sticks to it; proclaims quality;, perfection and long wear. Send for  prices, or call and see us.    We are here to serveyou all., -~  OUR WATCHMAKING AND:dEWELRY0DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL IN B.C.  \ ^^^V ^*3flp ^^VSs> <d^^_v ���**���__> -^^S0 ^^Kif '���^B^' ^^B^ -*^BB^ ^^00 ^**i Sf0 *^___p^ -^___~r -^___v ^B__~r -____^ 4_XX9__0 ^*^___v -flfev ���W_XX___0 0__\_%0 __Hl_^ 4__b* _____r __B__r <_C___> *___________r^_\_____. m^_.  ''00-00'00'00'00' 00'00-00'00-00'00 ^ }^^'^&^r'>^'j^^r*'^**^^**^*^r'^r*^rm^*^^*^'^��&   ���--'-������     -:" '���"���'"���"-T��  ���to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  9\  to  to  to  to  ���JO*  JACOB  DOVER,  THE JEWELER  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  KELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  fM*r  Mail orders receive our prompt  and careful attention. Our prices  are always right.  ^'Sf* 00 *I00 .00.00.00.00. 00.00.00. 00.00 -00*0^*0^110^1^ .^.^^'^'^V^--^��^.^'^'^'^'^��^��^��^��^��^>y^  "^���5?-'*<^ ��^?��'Jt* ^K* ^K ' ^ST*^^^*'>S��t* ^^���^^'���^^���Q?*^'^''^ - 0 - 0'^ ' ^ ' 00 ' ^ ' 00 ' 00 * 00' ^ ' 00' 00 ' 00 * 00* 00 * 00' ^ ' ^'^0'  THE-  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  NELSON,  B. C.  Builders and  Contractors  Having taken over the business of, tho West Kootenay Brick &  Limo Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg. to ask for a continuance  of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them. My  aim will be at all times to supply you with our products at lowest  possible prices. Being in a position to manufacture goods in larger  quantities than beforo, we shall be able to supply the trade at a  lower flgure.  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.  CAxci'i.r.ATroN  NOTICE.  Ol*     RlOSEl-VATlON,  DlSi-KlCT. ���'"���  Kootenay  Wo shall also Keep on hand  Tiles and Cement,  a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay,  Our Bricks and Lime Rock havo taken the First Prizes at the  Spokane Industrial Exposition in 1899 and also this year.   We also;  secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building  Stone.  We  Builders.  are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors  and  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  for The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  Successors to  The West Kooter.ay Brick. * Lime Co., Ltd  VTOTICK i-hereby given that the reservation  ' *���' placed on that particular parcel ot land,  which may bo described ns comtiiencin'-*; at the  iiorl,h->iiRl, corner of Town-hip (8a) fright A,  ICooti'iiay District, which is also tlio northeast  corner of Jil/cU 12, granted to the Nolson and  Korl. Slicpnard 1 tail way Company by Crown  genu!, d iled 8lh March, 18(1.1; lliojrn duo east Hi  miles; thence due south Lo the International  llomirary : thei co dno west along said boundary  IB mile-; Uionce north to the placo of commencement, nnl.ice whereof was published in Iho  lliil.'.sh Columbia Cluzullo, and dated Tih May,  1S%, Is hereby rescinded.  W. S.-00HK,  llepnl v C'nniini-sioner, of Jjiiiuls & Wo! ks.  ' Lands and Works Dep ul.menl,  Victoria, Jt. (:.. S.nlMay. 1001.  Tenders will he received by lhe nndcrsigiiod  np lo 12 o'clock nnon on Saturday, .lune 'J.'nd,  luni,-for the supplying of the following article1) lo  the Provincial Gaol at Nelson from July Ist,:l'K)l,  to.1 une:wth, VMi:  UliOCRKIKS. ���  ���'���  UKKAI),  jMIOAT,  COAL,  VUG'KTAHljRS,  UltOOMS, KTU.  A del-iiled list can be seen and any information  obtained at the governuicnt agent's ollicc.  JOHN A. TUJIN'KK,  Government Agont.  Nelson, June 10th, 1101.    ���  NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT.  Notice is hereby given  Ijillic and Thomas Lester L'llie,  Hkad Offiok at  NELSON, B. 0.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at   Nolson,   Rossland,   Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandoa,  Silverton, Ne***  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Porks, Green-wood, Oatcado City, Mid  way, and Vancouver.   Mail Orders Promptly Forwarc'ed  West Kootenay Butcher Co*  AM. KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOtiBSALHI AND ItKTAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  K. W. C BLOCK  WARD STREET  .  'mnwrtn bv mail rwobivm oarbkoIi  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  AKD PBOUPT ATI ��nmtdN  ROSSlwAIVD   EIVairNBERIIVO   WORKS  CUiNLIFFE  &  MCMILLAN  Founders.  Boilermakers  and Ma ehinists.  ORB OARS.���This is our 8pcci��lfy.    AVo  make the host ore car on tho market,  nnd sell them as  fast ns u-o c n make them.     Write ns for references and full particular*-.  Srct'OND HAND MA-'HIN KltY KOU SALIC-One ��) H. P. return tubular hoi  8-2 3-lluop. Testcil to 180 iiomuls rold water pres'uro; IVi ft heavy :��) smoke  oomplcto. I >no !��xl2 horiy.ont��l slide valve ciiKine. Ono 2;') II. 1'. loisomoli-  cnKineatUiched.  WANTKD.���Two.'*or 1 drill air compressors; two small hoists, about IB II. 1'  25 H. P.   Must bo in Rood condition,  P.  O.  Box  198.  .r.r,5-1'i shell, h heads,  ���lack and all llttiiiffs  -e .13'po  boiler, with  .;  --mail boilers, 15 to  THIRD   AVENUE,    KOrSSLANE.  W. P. TIERNEY  Telophono 165,  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  N. T.  : All  Kind?,  of  Offlee: Two Doors West C. P. R. Offices  TENDERS   WANTED..  The Huslincfl (15 C.) Kxploration Syn-licitto.  Limited, will consider hids for dininond' (h-iili��(j  on tho Arlington mino at Ki'io, IJ, C. Kor full  iuforniAtion call or address No. !>.-K.-W.-C'. black.  Nelaon, B.C.  WEST TRANSFER GO.  MACL'BOD, Manager,  that William Graham  both of tho City  of Nelson, in the Province of Urilish Columbia,  trading under the llrm namn and style of Lillie  Urothers, Uoot and Shoe Dealers, on Uaker  .Street, in the City of Nclsun. have by deed bpar-  inK date of the .'ird day of .Mine. IWll.assigned all  their real and personal property, exceptas therein  mentioned, lo Lewis A, Godbolt of tho Cily of  Toronto, in lhe I'rovince of Ontario, commercial  traveler, in trust for the purpose of paying and  satisfying rateably and proportionally and without preference or. priority lhe creditors of tho  said William Graham Lillie and Thomas Letter  Lillie, and the said firm of Lillio Brothers, their  .jiistdeb'H.  The said deed wasexecntcd by l.hosaid William  Graham Lillie and Thomas Lester Lillio lo the  said Lewis A.-Godbolh on the 3 d dayof June,  !K)1, and the said Lewis A. Godnolt has undertaken the trust created by the said deed. All  persons having claims against Ihe said llrm of.  Lillie Brothers or against tho said William  Graham Lillie or against the said Thomas Loator  LiHi* aro required to forward^to the said Lowis  -At-Godbolt- particulars-of���theii��� claims���duly-  verided on or before the Kllli day of .lu!y, 1 01.  . And notice is heroby given that aftor I he paid  Ifllh day of .Inly, 1901. tho trustees will proceed  to distribute the as.-ets of the estate among tho  parties entitled thereto, having regard only to  ihe claims of which the said "trustees shall then  have had nol ico. and that the said trustees will  not ba responsible fo- the assets or any part  thereof so distributed to nny person or persons,  II nn or corporation of whoso debt or claini he  shall not then have had notice.  A meeting of the creditors will be held nt tho  olllco of the undersigned on Monday, l.ho Kith  day of .lune, l'.KH. al the hour of 2 o'clook in tho  afternoon, to decide as lo the best manner of disposing of tho asset*.  A further -meeting of the creditors will bo luld  al the Fame place on the 20lh day of July, at tho  hour of 10 o'clock a.m., to consider the trustees  slalotnoiit,nnd report.  Dated thisUrn day nf June. liWI.  GALLlHi:i'& WILSON.  Solicitors for Trustees.  IC. W.C. Illock. Nelson, n.C.  DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP.  Notice is hereby given thai the co-parl ncrship ���  hitherto existing between t.ho undersigned, by  tho stylo of "l'rasrr& Uroderick," as dairj men.  has thisilay been dissolved by the retirement of  Charles Uroderick, who has transferred to John  M, Krasor all his interestin tho business, assets,  good will and book account*.  AH persons indebted to tho said partnership aro  hoicby requested to make payment lo Iho mild  John M. I' raser. who '  IJiC liabilities of the  i has assumed and will pay  IV  partnership, and who will  continue Iho partnership buMness,  lt.W  Witness:  , Hanninoto.v.  "JOHN IM   l'-MASKR.  CHAS. imODKKICK  Teanrinfr  Work.  and Trauafer  A-renls-forir.irtland Soft, Ooal.   Imperial Oil  Company.    Washington  Url':1c, Limo  ,t Manufacturing' Compa ny.   Gcnurat commernl al agents  and broke rs.  jj AII coal  and  "wood strictly  cash on   delivery.  I TELEPHONE 117J 3k1  Office 184 Bat\er St.  Cf\Nr\PI/\N  PACIFIC H/\ILWAY CO.  AND TIIK  ^ELSOH & FOHT SHEPPARD RY. CO.  To Tin-. Pinti.io: ���  It has been decided  that m future all checks,  made payable to the Canadian I'licllic ltailwny  Company or the Nelson &  I'ort Shcnpard liail-  wnv Company inii-l be accepted by the bank on  wliich thoy are drawn, and so certilled  before I  can accept in payment of freight charges.  H. w. DKKW  Agent C. 1*. It. and N. & K. S. U.  Nelson, IJ. C, June loth, l'JOl.   NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given thnt the undersigned  T it. May bus Ibis day transferred to tho undersigned, Jo'tn Hlnniherg, his barber business at  Nelson rim said .Inhn Ulomberg assumes nnd  wil pay nil lhe liabilities of l.ho said barber busi-  no- from lhe 121 h day of .lune. 1H0I. and all tho  liabilities pi ior to that date will bo paid by tho  said T. II. May.  Dated th's I3th day of June. 1WII.  T. H. MAY.  JOHN ULOMBERG.  TRADES   UNIONS.  TSJKLSON SOCIALISTIC EDUCA1IONAI  X1) CLUB meota every Sunday at 3 o clock p.m.  in the Miners' Union HaU. , A cordial Invitation  is extended to overy ono to como and take part  in discussions.  John Roberts, secretary.  AUNORY WORKERS' UNION OF NELSON  No. 85!)i, A F. of L.���MonlJj in Miners' Union  Ilall, C. P. R. hlock, corner of Baker and Stan  loy streeta, on fourth Friday in every month at  7::J0 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of American  Federation cordially invited to attend. O. Fredrick, president; A. \V. McKee, secretary.   _ ���  XTELSON MINERS' UNION NO. Ul, W. F. of  ���*���" M.���Meets In minors' union rooms, northwest corner of Baker and Stanley streeU. every  Saturday evonlng at 8 o'clock. Visiting mem  bora welcomo. M. R. Movralt, President. Janie  Wilkes,: Sooret.iry. Union Scale oif Wages  wit Nkison DisTWCT-Per shift, machine  men, $3.50: hammersmen miners, $3.25; muckers,  .cai-inon, shovolora and-olhor underground laborers, $3.00.  rriRADES AND LABOR COUNOIL.-Tha regu.  -*- lar mootings of t ho Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will bo hold in tho miners' union hall,  corner Raker and stanloy streets, on the flrst and  third Thursday.of oach mouth, at 8 p. m. C. J.  Clayton, Pros.; A. T. Curio. Sec.   P.O. box 00.  rpHIC rogular mootings of tho Carpenters' Union -:  ���*- 'aro hold on ..Wednesday ovening of each  .wook, ah 7 o'clock; in tho Miners' Union rooms  cornerof Iiaker "and  Stanley streets.   Charles  Clayton, President.   Alex B. Murray, Secretary.  ARBKRS' UNION.-Nelson Union. No. 196, of  tlio International Journeymen Barbers Un  ion of America, meelR overy first and third Monday of oach month in Minor's Union Hall, at 8.3  sharp. Visiting brothers cordially invited to  attend. :R. McMahon, 'president: J. H. Mathe  son, secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, recording  secrotary. 7 ,  ABORERS' UNION.-Nelson Iiaborers' Pro  tectlvo Union. No. 8121, A. F. of L., meets In  Minors' Union hall, C. P. R. block, corner of  Uakor nnd Stanley streets, every Monday evening  at7.-30 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of theAmori-  can federation cordially invited to attend.  A. J. Curie, Prosidont. John Roberta, recording secretary.  rogular  ia hold  the flrst and third Fridays in each month at Miners' Union hall at 7:30 sharp. Georgo Eacritt,  Prosidont; Henry Bennett. Secretary.  OOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION.-Regnlar  meetings   every Tuesday evening at 8:30 ,  o clock, in Miners' Union Hall, corner of Baker '  and Stanloy streets.   Visting brethren cordially  invited.   Chris; Luft, president; H. Smolser, financial and recording secretary.  LA8TERERS'  UNION-The O. P. I. A. No.  172, moots every Monday evening in  tha  Elliot block, corner Bakor and Stanley streeta, ad  8 o'clock.    J.   D.  Mover,   president | William  Vico, secretary, P. O. Box 010.  V':  , ^���''"^.''i?,j  "* .;^J*1  "���fv*  NELSON PAINTERS' UNION-The  mooting of the   Painters'. Union  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES  &  NELSON LODGE. NO. 23, A. F. ��fc A. M  Meets second Wednesday ln eaoh month  Sojourning brethren Invited.  -NJ-ELSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER No. 123  ���"--"GrRrG-=McofB'third-Wedhesi3aT.-SGJourn���  ing companions invited. George Johnstone.Z.; K.  W. Matthews, S. E.  NELSON AERIE, No. 22 F.  and fourth Wednesda;  Fraternity Hall.    Georgo  John V. Morrison, secretary.  O. E.���Meet second  month, at  president  ,y of each month, at  Bartlett,  KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M.���  Hold Ihoirrcgular meetings on the first and  third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir  Knights aro cordially invited to attend. G. A.  Brown, R. K.; A. W. Purdy, Com.; R. J. Steel  D. S. C.  NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS��� Nelson Lodge, No  25, Knights of Pythias, meets In I. O. O. F.  Hall, oornor Bakor and Kootonay streets, ever ���  ~      * '     at 8 o'clock^ visiting Knights  Tuesday evenlni  fy  oordlally invl  A. T. Park, K,  to attend,  of R. Sc 8.  H. M. Vincent C.C.  ARCHITECT.   ��� u  C. EWART���Architect.   Room 3 Aberdeen  block. Baker streot. Nelson.  SHERIFF S SALE  Provinco of  British  Columbia,   Notion,  Wost  Kootenay, to wil:  Uyv.'rtujof two writ-r of Fiori Facias issued  out of l he supreme court of British Columbia at  tbe suit of the Van Harvey Norman Company.  Limited, nnd llalfour & Company, plaintiff's, and  lo mo directed against tho goods and chattels of  .1. A. MacKinnon & Company, defendants, I  have seized and taken in execution all the right,  title and interest of tho said defendant, JT A.  MacKinnon, in tho so-called Hampton group of  mineral claims consisting ot the mineral claims  "Hampton," "Ethel IC." "Plunger." "Camp Fire"  and "Silver Bow,"all situato up Springer creek  about eight miles, moro or leas, from Slocan City  and recorded in tlio offlco of the mining recorder  for Iho Slocan City mining division of the district of West Kootonay, to recover the sum of  thirteen hundred and eighty-seven dollars and  eighty cenl.s ($1387.S0), amount of said writa of  Fieri Fncins, ami intorest on two hundred and  thirty-six dollars and twenty-seven cents($236.27)  ���it live por centum per annum from the 3rd day  of Jauuary. 1001. until payment, and interest on  eleven hundred and forty-four dollars and flfty-  throo cents ($1144.53) at six per centum per an-  e 25th day of March, 1901, until .   .  ment,  besides sheriff's poundage, oflicers; fees  num from the 25th day of March, 1901, until pay-  ritrs poundage, officers! fees  and nil other legal  incidental expenses.   All of  which I shall expose for sale, or sufficient thereof to satisfy f uoli judgmont, debt and costs, at  my olllce, noxt to tho court houso, In the city of  Nelson, B. C, on Friday, the 2lat day of June,  A. D. 1!K>1. at tho hour of eleven o'clockin tho  forenoon.  Notk.���Intending purchasers will satisfy themselves as to Interest and title of the said defend-  a"U S. P. TUCK,  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  Dated at Nolson, B. C. tho 6th of June, 1901.  WANTB1D, BOYS���Good active and leliablo  boys to act as selling agonts of the Dally 1 rlbuna  * in every town'in Kootonay and Yale districts.  ' <n***��SW<>v��<**��*S ivra*^ir.->-3���-^����WMS'^r<Sr^^  THE   TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B C. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1901  in  7i  X'&  v  IV'-  li'1-'  {_%..  I  m  te  WW  W  t.' -  Is:.  R CLOSING OUT SALE  SPECIAL DRIVE IN PAINTS, DRESS CRASH AND COLORED MUSLINS.  Ladies' Corset Covers 18 cents. Ladies' Buttoned and Laced Kid Shoes,  the $.'} 50 line at $2.50. Ladies' Button and Laced Kid Shoes, the $2.50  lino at $1.75   No old styles.    All this spring's goods.  MUSLINS,   Eto.  A large range of-Print Patterns to  choose from, all fast colors, at 7, 9  and 11 "cents.  Colored Muslins 30 inches wide, for  draping   and cnrtaius,  25 cents  now L5 cents.  Colored    Linen   Crash,   for  skirts,  regular price 30 cents, for 20 cents.  Whito Pique, extra quality, regular  prico  30 cents, 20 cents per yard.  MEN'S WEAR.  Men's blue and black Serge Suits,  regular $15.00 line, yours at $10.  Men's Scotch and Irish Tweed suits,  regular $15 line, at $10.  Men's Tweed pants, a large range to  choose from, tlie regular $5 line to  clear at $3.50; $4 line to clear at  $2.50.  Good Tweed Suits at $1.25, $1.50,  and $2.00.  BAKER STREET,  t^ELSC'l-J, B. C.  A. FERLAND  LSON CLOTHING HOUSE  NO    219  BAKER   STREET,   NELSON.  BOOTSI       BOOTSI       BOOTS!  For a few days only we will hold a slaughtering  discount sale of boots and shoes.  J. A. Gilker, Proprietor  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 Drugstore, and that is  what we claim onrs tb 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.  $3500  PROPERTY for $200 cash and  $2700 on terms to suit purchaser.  Grounds 120x100 feet. House with C rooms,  -bath room ,-pantry, closets, etc. ;-large-kitchen=  range and all modern conveniences; ii years  insurance included. Also, lot 50x120 feet on  Mill stieet for $250.   Apply  STRAGHAN  BROTHERS  P_-MBBRS.  Madson's  Gleaning  Sale  Tlio results that I have obtained  since advertising my discontinuance  in business have been most satisfactory. The great variety of ray  stock of clothing and gents' furnishings, with all prices marked in  plain figures, has proven an irresistible factor in securing sales.  Those who have not taken advantage of my reductions should  call and compare prices and quotations with, those offered in any-  other store in the city. Everything  is offered at eastern wholesale cost.  HM B. CAMEBON  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 $1800 required in  cash.  Also, two-story house in Hume  Addition. Price $1100; only $500  required to be paid in cash.  THEO  MADSON  Baker Street. Nelson, B. C.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TREMONT HOTEL BLOCK.  Apply���H. R. Cameron  AG'RJNT, BAKER STREET.  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  ln (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  ��a��%��$����t�� �����*�������     ���!��� ��|����t**t�� ���?�����%���!�� ��%��1*lt����t��*^��k%  ���J- Mining supplios and general  * liardwaro, assayers' supplies and  *'_.* chemicals, drugs and medicines,  ���I- dry goods and clothing, boots  *b and shoes, furniture and bed-  ���2- ding, fishing tackle and station's- ery, books and newspapers, gro-  *_* cedes and provisions, fresh and  *_��� salt meats, fruits and confection-  *l* ery, cigars and tobacco, imported  ���!��� and domestic liquors, in fact  ���I- everything in the way of general  ���I* merchandise, can be procured in  ���I- Nelson on Thursdays during the  *!��� same hours as on other days,  *l* notwithstanding all reports to  ���j* the contrary.  + ..       '  ���!���  ���H���-'H������W"^-���^���^*^~^H~^o"���I"H���^"^���M"^���H"I"^,  CITY LOCAL NEWS  I_x_e stock of hlgh-cl���w Imported poods. A I  jpeciaUy of tha saltan nlmnldpr-tna Irueat 1  -KHhimlaeo-to, J  James., "Wilks left yesterday for  Rossland aud Northport. where he  will look over the labor situatiun.  The sidevvalk in front of tho Tremont and Hall blocks should be  inlaid to the full width before  Dominion Day.  A!l teams entering for lhe firemen's races on Dominion Day must  be entered'by a chief of a duly organized fire department.  Alex. Wallace of the local C. P. R.  freight   staff   left   yesterday    for  Smelter   Junction, where  he   will  ook after local.freight!  The Rossland Evening World of  Monday was delivered'at the post-  office in Nelson on Wednesday  morning. Quick dispatch.  ^ The Sunny side hotel on Wost  Baker street will be opened to the  public at noon today. J. P. Man-  hart, an old-time railroad man, is  the proprietor.   .  The lost lacrosse cup Iras been  found, and is now in "Billy" Thur-  man's show window. The lost baseball cup has also been located, and  "Pete" Emerson of the Ofiice has it  in his possession.  A meeting of the commissioners  for the Ainsworth license district  will be held in Kaslo on July 4th,  for the purpose of considering the  application of William Milne for an  hotel license for the Twelve-mile  house, between llowser aiid Trout  lakes.  Circulars were received in Nelson  yesterday announcing the appointment of W. B. Bulling of Montreal,  formerly general freight agent,  as assistant traffic manager at  Montreal, and W. R. MacTiuics as  assistant traffic manager at Winnipeg.  An old-timer remarked yesterday: "Are not tho preachers who  are'attending the Church of England conference and tho Masons  who will be here tomorrow attending the grand lodge taking long  chances with .only two absolutely  pure men residing in Nelson?" .  *�����> E. C. Arthur while at the coast  had an interview with tho superintendent of education with respect  to the granting of block 49 to the  city for school purposes, and was  assured that in the event of the  city making a supplementary grant  of $5000 for school purposes as proposed, that the block would be  deeded over.  John Oliver, M.P.P. of Delta  riding, Westminster district, is in  Nelson after a trip through the  mining camps of Kootenay aud  :Yale.^^Mr.jOliver_isof,opinion7that  too little work is being done on  claims to hold them, and that there,  is altogether too much relocating in  lieu of assessment work. Mr. Oliver  is not far wrong.  The ladies'sewing society of the  Swedish mission church will have  their first meeting at the residence  of Andrew Lindblad this (Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs.  Magnusson is president of the  society and Mrs. Mastberg treasure.!'. Mr. Lindblad's residence is  oue block west of Stanley street  and a'block above where the street  cars stop,  It was reported late last evening  that the trackmen on the Kootenay  branches had decided to join the  strikers who have gone out on the  maialiue. For the past two days'  it has been freely statedN that the  local men were only waiting to receive the order to strike. This, it  is reported, has now arrived and  the men announce their intention  of quitting work iu the morning.  Fred Fraser and Charles Holton  of Revelstoke are in town in attendance on the Masonic Grand Lodge.  Both are old-timers and have had  their ups and downs during their  fifteeu years' residence in Kootenay. Time, however, has dealt  kindly with them, and when greeting old friends* like "Bob" Lemon  and "Fred" Hume and "Tom" Madden, they feel twenty years younger.  W. M. Sandilands of Kaslo, who  has .iust returned from Spokane,  says that all the mining talk in  Spokane now is over the new district ou Prince of Wales Island  whieh Billy Lynch and others discovered some time ago aud which is  Report has it.that the ledges in the  new district carry good values in  gold, and they -are so favor-ably  sitrrated with respect to transportation that tbo ore cau be moved  firm.the it-Innd to Sui Francisco  fur $2.40 pi r ton. Sid Norman and  a number oE other Spokane men  arc making arrangements.to take a  trip into tlio new district, of which  very little has been heard yet.  Granville Forbes, the Slocan man  charged with n? s uilt, was brought  before judge Ft.r.n to elect. Tire  prisoner was represented by R. M.  Macdonald, and elected trial by  jury, thus throwing the case over  to the next assize. The prisoner's  counsel then made^an application  for bail, and asked tho court to  make it as light as possible, adding  that tlie case ngainst the prisoner  was very weak. The court then  called for the depositions iii the  case, and after glancing them oyer  said he disagreed with this view,  and in order to insure the.attendance of tha accused nt tlie trial  would fix his bail at $1000. It is  hardly likely that this bail will be  secured, as tho prisoner's counsel'  observed that bail at this figure  was virtually a shut out.  COUNTY   COURT   CASES.  The argument in the county court  case of Vice and Williams vs.  Brydges occupied fully two hours  yesterday. It proved to be a very  complicated case aud iu the end  judgment was reserved. -  G. R. G. O'Driscoll, who had been  adjudged a judgment debtor, appeared iu court and made an explanation with the result that the  order for his committal was  rescinded. He agreed to pay $25  in August and the balance in installments of $15 per month.  Additional witnesses were heard  in- tho case of MeLeod vs. Zettler, a  dispute over, a job of plastering,  and judgment was given for the  plaintiff for $22.  In Beamish vs. Ratcliff and Provost, another dispute over the  payment for some work done on  the Black Hussar mineral,claim,  judgment was given for the plain-  till" without costs.  TELEPHONE 27  HI.    B1TEBS   <fe   CO  PAINTS, OILS /\ND GLASS.  G AH DEN   TOOLS.  REFRIGERATORS  _____________________________ti____PM_��^ _���,-,�� .. i-i*ti_ r__imi_i__i  POULTRY- NETTING  Sioro, Corner Iiaker and Josephine Stiee  RUBBER AND COTTON HOSE.  -- %  Sole   Agents   for   Giant   Powder   Company    and   Truax    Automatic   Ore   Cars.  jsTEiLsonsr  STORES   AT  KASLO  S-A-isriDoisr  SECOND DAY OF THE SYNOD  ICod tinned from First Page).  MINING  RECORDS.  Certificates of work were granted  yesterday'to John M. Brown on the  Gold Standard Fractional; Willy  Blais on the Guinea Fractional and  Souvenir Fractional; Philip White,  on tho Fourth of July; Charles E.  Desrosiers, on the Dominion; and  to D.- A. -MeLeod on the Commodore, Scotch Thistle No. 2 aiid  Morning Sun.  Three bills of sale were recorded.  J. L. Parker transferred the Bonanza mineral claim on Porcupine  creek to John L. Clute as trustee;  W. A. Connell transferred a three-  quarter interest in the Evening  Star, four miles from Nelson, to  John, Wright; and John S. Mc-  Laughlan transferred to William  Barbour of Nelson ii one-half interest in the Delaware on Whisky  creek.  Four locations were recorded: F.  S. Clements recorded the Galena  Fractional, near the head of Boulder creek and adjoining the Royal  and Galena claims and the Royal  Fractional in the same vicinity;  Ehilomeiie^Desireaiuaieeorded^thei  Saturn, about Ave miles from Nelson,^  PERSONAL.  if needed, over  a  period  of  three  years. '������..��� ���'       .  On motion of the archdeacon,  seconded by Rev. H. Beer, it was  resolved that the executive com-,,  ruittee be instructed to draw up a  memorial to the board of domestic  and foreign missions oh the lines of  the recommendation''laid'-down in  the report of the committee on endowment, subject, however, to .their  having first secured the approval  of the executive of the diocese of  New Westminster.  On motion of the archbishop,  seconded by J. F. Armstrong, a  resolution was also adopted carrying out the suggestion of the executive with respect to inquiring  into the plau or utilizing tho policy  of life assurance, such as is successfully worked out in tlie United  States, with a view to utilizing this  plan towards the endowment of  the see.  When-the election of delegates  to the general synod of Canada was  reached, Rev. C. W. Hedley was  elected the clerical delegate and  Hon. T. Mayne Daly the lay delegate, with Rev. H. S. Akehurst and  J, M. Lay as alternates.  C. E. Beasley has succeeded A. H.  Fischer as station ticket clerk at  the union depot. Mr. Fischer will  leave within the next few days for  San Francisco.  lake  Mrs. Egan of Sandon is visiting  Nelson.  Hamilton Byers is up the  taking a look at his branch store in Kaslo,  James D. Sword, the best known  minlui* mu -liinery agent in the provinco, was in  Nelson yesterday.  Charles E. Hope of   Vancouver  and J. C. Drewry of Itossland uro among (ho  mining men stopping at tlio I'liair.  ,��� W. C. Milne of Kaslo, P. C.  Cane  of Sedro. Washington, Georgo 'Fair-bairn and O.  .1: McClnro of Silverton are at tho Ti omont.  Fred Fraser, Charles  Hoi ten aud  Hugh K. It. Smyl he of ftevolsfol-o, J. MoDotmld  mid J. Uranl. of Urecnwood are ut tho Madden.  G.  N. Taylor of Rossland, who  formerly made his homo at Nelson, is ono of tho  delegates in nUcndnnco at the Miuunic Urand  Lodge.  -Mr. James McPhee and family of  Mill and Hendryx streets leave this morning to  take up their resilience at their summer cottage  on the outlet.  A. G. Hepinstall, who has been  for nearly two years In Jacob Dover's watch ro  BUSINESS  MENTION.  -Piano at the  i*  'Ol <_3a.\J3����V Al��dlAJO_d S_3_UO   "1IVIA!  'SUOjldlJDSOa   ||t> JO  sooi-g s_AuaQ u/wojg pile ajuiM J�� juatudjijg oSjtj-j 13 p.AUJv jsnp  ���}ST2i   suiTj&iTjg;   9i|;   qiqM   ^[JB3   .11103  jo pasedsip |jjun jsoo ,s.io.inpcjnui?iu u_t|i sso| je (,sjGt|;ojg  (3!lin Pl'B ,spuv|S3N "S '*Z!A 'ssauisnq jo soDB|d |t?nsn _q|.  J12) ojiqnd olji o*. p_jay.o mou o.ie 'epupcQ put sajBJS panjufi  at|; -ij sja>|etu ^saiiy aq*. Suisi.icIujoo 'OOO'OG- ��'t 3uuunoLuv  sssnxoHfl'sniTni w iotim  jo >po}s pauiquioo o'i{j_    "ISO/W oqi.  uj jo  pjuaij gjojsq .ioagu sooud \u  ;o>{Jdlu oi|i uo MOfj  S30HS qnv sxooa  _:o Hooxs jLdnHHNva  For Salo or Rout  Old Curiosity Shop.' ' .  Wanted���'Girl     to    look     after!  child." Apply to No. 177 Silica street.  For   sale���Ranch   on   Kootenay  river, improved. -Inqrriro AV. l\.UoliiriHon.  Lost���Spaniel dog; black; named'"  "Bob." Return to Queen's Hotel, Nelson. Reward.  To rent���Two large furnished  front rooms. Apple.whaito block, opposilu Odd-  follows' ball.  Wanted���Bookkeeper wants employment for two or three hours a dny. Address  Bookkeeper, Tiibune ollicu.  To Let���Furnished front room,  with or wil.lioul. board. j\pply four doors above  City Hall, Victoria street.  Wanted ��� Two sawmill  men,  a  man lo run a planer, and n cook. Apply AV. C.  Employment Olllce. Ward street.  Wanted ��� Two  good    Linotype  operators. Apply at thn composing room of The  Tribune, Nelson, Uriti-h Columbia.  For sale at half -price���A- complete kit of carpenter loals in tlrstclas' cider.  Apply to John Mclr.l, Nelsi u P. O.  For Lease���Palace hotel, Sandon,  B. C. Furnished throughout. -Kor pariicular.s  apply to Airs. A. Kngan, dandon.  ===^To^rent=011ice^iu_,theL==iTuia].eiu_  Boecke block, corner Ward and Baker. Apply  to John A. Turner  Japan. Tea of all  kinds to suit  your taste. Sun. Cured, Spider Leg, Pan Fired  in bulk or packages.. Kootenay Colfee Co.  Wanted���Cook; girl to care for  children; teamit-r��� and laborora. Wc*iera Canadian Employment Olllce, Ward street, Nelson.  Found���A sewing machine   box  with fixtures. Owner can- secure same by calling at tho Tribune olllce and paying for this  notice. ���"- -     ��� 7 7.  ���Furniture,     pianos    safes,    -fcc,  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply .1. T.  ���Wilson. I'hono 2*0, Prober's Second Hand Sioro,  AVard Street. .     .  Gold, copper, silver, lend mines  and prospects wanted. .. Sond report and samples  to Uio' Prospector.--' Exchange, Nelson, II, r,.  Room 1, IC. W-C Block.  D. J. Robertson ��fc Co, Furniture  dealers, iinilertiikeis and cmlmlmers. Day telephone No. 'Kill, niijji.t 'phi>ni! -M'!. Noxt now post  olilco building, Vernon street, Nel'on.  E. FERGUSON & CO.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.       _ "  We ffave En Route  "1 Car G. &.W. Whiskies, ox Toronto.  1 Car Imported Liquors, ex Liverpool.  1 Car Dogshead.Ale and Stout, ex London, E  . 1 Car Rainier Beer, ex Seattle.  Tin llninicr I'.ner luu lirroinc Ihe favoritn Hoc- i>i  llio Coast o.i'ics.   It-  has met iu successful competition llm I'miiou* Miiwnukcc ltccrs.  Our  Special  Canadian Ryo is the Most Palatable Whiskey in tlio  Market.   Wc have it m bulk and in cases 5's and 6's.  We aro Agents for the Brunswjck-Ballce-Collender Co Billiard, Pool  Tables and supplios of all kinds. Write ior prices and terms."  FISHING TACKLE  = IS_N0T_A3_EW_V_ENTURE _WI_TH US.  Wc know your Wttnls and have what you need. Our Hue is  too large to enumerate, but a call will convince you that it is  the most complete in the city.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  lmnorteis nnd Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  *  im  >Mr-  ��� C������v  ���'���fi2'l5  Ofllce wi Baker Street, wast of Stonier Btraat  NKI-ON.  Inow beginning to receive attention  from fche outside tor the first time.  pairing department, has left NoUon- to tako iip  his residence in Winnipeg.   . ,  Harry Smith of Duncan, J. M.  Cameron of Trail. A. Maxwell Muir. of Viitoiia,  F..I. Bailey of Kcqniuialr, John W. ("rockes f  Victoria, It Macdonald of Sandon and D. S. JVfc-  Vanncll of Slocan are at tho Qucen'a. ���  J. F. Armstrong of Fort Steele,  George N. Taj lor, Georgo Herring and John  Itunlop of llosslaiul, IC. K. Chipman of Kaslo. W.  J. 1). Kcritt, .1. II. SchotUld and J. I\ Uyoraof  Trail, C 10. 'I isdatl and F. M. ('owpeittnvaito of  Vancouver. I*. ,1. Dcano of Kamloops, I/unbert  liond of Victoria, Geoivc 'I'. JMallcry and J. M.  Ha-per of Kuniloiipd, F. M. Fiddler of Arm-  strong, f!. C. Ki.*her of New AVestminsler. D. G.  Altxa idor and W. Lewis of Nanaimo, p. J.  t<idaie and S. AV. Kdwirds of Vi.-toiio., M. L.  Griinmctt and Thomat* Brown of Sandon. and  Fred Kaiser of filiult are registered at the Hunm,  0. Seott Galloway and W. G. Me-  Mynn of Giconwncd, F. J. Armstrong and Vt.  K'den AValkor of N-w Westminster, F. B-iw.-or,  A. liothuiioaiid II..1. Rich ot Vancouver, H. N.  Rich of Ijfidner, 11. II. Watson or Vancouver. J.  8. Cluto ar.d I). ;G. Kerr of Itofsland, P. Blc-  Naughlon, IX Moirison and ,1. Solater if Vancouver. F. Jj. Conk of Pnoenix Ij. N. Tucker, K.  Ilosker nnd W. Stownvt of Vancouver, F. Atcll.  Young ot Min.-ifmu. AV. A. DuWoif Smith and II.  1'. H.tndoisnn of New Wrrlminsler, AV. K. Leii/h-  ton of Na'-aimo, u 10. Vanttuneof Wootiuim Ur  and P.V Grixni of K'it=!o are among those regis-  1 tet-edattbelliilr.  For sale���Tug boat Red Star and  barge at roosohahlo figures to c ish purchaser, on  11110 with good f'ccuiit.v. Apply to Ontario  Powder Works, Nelson,- IJ. C.       ���  . .F.oy, coinfort and convenience go  to'tho Ice Cream. Parlors..of J. A. McDonald,  Baker street, -whore eve.ry .attention avhd requisite is supplied.   '' -...ti-.'yv-  For   rent���House-ori' Carbonate  street, between Stanley and JCootmay streot",  povdri rooms, bath, hot and cold water. Kent  $25.   Inquire AV.'P. Kobiiison.  Lost���On Friday evening, a lady's  goldhrooch. in the dancing pavilion at the Tramway park. Finder wi!l b j rewarded by returning  same to John Blombeig at the Grand Hotel.  For sale at a bargain ��� New-  two story hiusp ; two blocks from Uakor street;  six rooms wilh bath; modern conveniences.  Apply "House," Tribune olllco.  Free milling gold properties.   We  are anxious to securo a fewfreo milling gold properties at once. Tho Prospectors Kxchange,  Nel-on, B. C, Room 4, K-W-C Block.  That fine blend of Ceylon Tea we  are selling at thirty cents per pound is giving  the best of satisfaction to our many customers.  Kootonay Coffoo Co. -        ���  We   have   Indian,   Ceylon    and  China Teas in groat varioty, choicest, quality.  We make a specialty of blonding Uias and soil  them lu any quantity at lowutit rates. Kootenay  CWoeCo  Notice to contractors and others���  General lulmrers. gardeners, rock men, etc, will  I u f 111-iilnlied free of charge to all per-ions rcquir- .  ing help of Oils kind by applying 10 (ha secretary,.  Ni-lt-m  laborerd'  Protective   Union,  'Box 237,  NeldODj 11. C.  ^  MORRISON & CALDWELL  PROVISIONS   AND   PRODUCE.  vjQUR LEADERS-  77. .    7he well-krown Newdale Creamery Butler  "       In.nil Hizud packages and l-poiiiiil bricks  September Selected Ontario Cheese  Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese  Fresh Bogustown-Ranch Eggs  Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee and Spices  Paker Street,  Nelson. C. C.  Morrison & Caldwell  .rn-  "M,  ."tWr. ���  IS?  m&m  mi  mm  M  OLD SETTLERS' NEW MAPLE SYRUP  THE   IBHIST   nyL"-A-ID__!  THIS   SPRING'S   SYRUP    IN    QUART,    HALF   GALLON    AND  GALLON    CANS.  Houston Block, Baker Street.  Telophono 1G1.     ��>. O. Box 176.  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.

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