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 I-SSS-^-jj-sj-h^S*  &  Mineral Production, of British Columbia in 1900  $16,407,645  NINTH YEAR  ��- * ��� -a.iKpgs-*> ~       XB_  ri-i.-*5-,-' -?.-_ "���f^"rj,f"*J.v�����I-Il  ^^lii  Mineral Produotlon of Kootenay In, U90  $10,562,032  NELSON, B. C, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1901  FIVE CENTS  JUNIOR  FOURS   ROW  OFF  NA.CE   AND   PULLEN   CREWS   IN  THE   FINALS.  Preliminary Heats Pulled Off Between  the Showers Yesterday Produced  Some Lively Contests.  The  preliminary  heats  in the  four-  oared   junior   contest   were   rowed   off  *   yesterday in between the showers, and  notwithstanding the inclement weather  attracted a considerable number of spectators.     Tho   draw   for   the   first   heat  was   between   the   Forbes   and   Fraser  crews, but as the Forbes crew was unable to start on time the heat went to. the  Fraser crew on default.   It was then de- *  cided to null off the race between tiro  Fraser crew and the Nace crew whicli  had won the bye in the drawing.   This  proved  to be the prettiest heat of the  day.    The crews were made up as follows:    Nace, stroke, Hickling, Slrachan  and Patter-son; N. S.. Fraser, stroke, W.  A. Fraser, Eden and Horton.   They got  - away   well   together,   but   the  superior  form of the Nace crew soon showed its'self and they speedily shot to tho front.  Tho steering of  both  crews was  more  or less wild,  but it did  not affect the  y result  and   the   Nace  boat  finished  an  eaisy winner by at.least ono and a half  lengths. " This   result   was   not   unexpected,  as  the Nace*crew were looked  "upon as the most promising of the-.junior crews, and they were regarded as  sure-of a place in tho finals, which they  won by reason- of having won the bye  -   and   defeatiirg   the   Fraser   crew.-    The  timo of this-heat was 4:01 1-5.  The second heat .was between the  Somerville and Pullen crews and before  it could be started the-Somerville men  suffered a rather severe handicap by  losing one of the seats out of their  boat". Some time was lost in an "effort  to fish the missing seat up from the  bottom of the lake, and in the end  a seat was borrowed from one of the  other boats. The Pullen crew was gen-  I orally regarded as tho favorites in this  ,heat and-they showed that the confidence reposed in them was not misplaced. They got off-well at'the start  .and maintained" their advantage over  the entire courr-e., When opposite the*  city wharf they had a comfortable load,'  r.nd" on*- one" of the Somerville crow'  cnt.ehing a~*crab and' slipping his seat  I hey _ converted the heat into a-'sure  thing- by Quitting before the., finishing lino was reached. .Time, 4:OS 1-5.  The third heat was between the McBeath and Newport crews, made up as  follows: McBeath, .* stro'ke, Mason,  Clarke and Seatle, and Newport, stroke,  Holmes, Sprey and Loring. The McBeath crew had tho choice of bouts and  chose tho one which wm 'intact. This  proved, to be a fairly fast heat. The  crews, "however, wero started over a  short' course. The McBeath ciew had  the/b'est of it from the start,, which was  materially increased by the poor steering of the Newport boat. The McBeath  crew was not pressed at any stage of  the heat, and when passing the city  wharf "thoy mado a fine spurt, finishing  strong with several lengths to the good.  Time, 3:49.  The result of these heats brought the  Pullen and McBeath crews together in  the seriii-finals. They proved to be well  match^d7~bTTt'tlursteady���practice-of "tlie"  Pullen crew told. The McBeath crew  were also handicapped in having, to  row in the. boat with the borrowed seat,  which appeared to.be a Jonah.. The  steering: of both boats. was very much  at fault, but -the Pullen crew had the  staying qualities and finished easy winners in.3:47, tlie best time made during the day. As-a result of the preliminary-;, heats"/the Pullen and Nace  crews will come together in the finals  on Monday, when a very interesting race  riiay be expected.   7  It turns out that the report of the Leipziger i bank published was misleading.  The corre*"_torident of the Associated  Press Iras obtained reliable information  which shows that the sum of 11,000,000  marks, which forms the bulk of the assets, included 87,000,000 marks loaned  to tire Cassel Treboii-Trockneung Company, of which a small part only can  bo realized. The Berlin Tagblatt today  says the Leipziger bank quite recently  advanced another 25,000,000 marks to  the Cassel Treboir-Trockneung Company after it was known that the latter  was insolvent" Representatives of the  leading banks in Berlin say there is no  doubt all the stock of the Leipziger  bank and its reserve, amounting to 63,-  000,000 marks, are lost. The Dresden  and Leipsig bourses refuse to handle  the Leipziger bank stock. The policy  of the Leipziger bank board of directors  has been for years such as to lead to  the belief that other arrests on the  charge of culpable negligence will follow the taking, into custody of -Herr  Exner. The members of tho board of  director** include some of Ler**si_-'s  wealthiest citizens.' The Berlin, Leipsig  and Dresden morning papers express the  highest indigrration at the condition of  the Leipziger bank and demand a searching investigation. The Berlin Vessische  Zeitung editorially says: "In view of  the whole scries of recent failures it is  evident that the present'German'system of aufschtsrath (namely, boards of  trustees or directors) urgently requires  reforming or abolishing, the latter" preferred."  C P. R Construction Work.  _ "MONTREAL, June 27.���President  Shaughnessy of the C. P. R.��� in answer  to an inquiry as to the construction  work in Manitoba proposed by the. C.  P. P.. during the coming year, said that  there seemed to be a great anxiety both  on the part of the Dominion, and provincial governments for the construction of an extension of the Waskada  branch, and that the Dominion government at the instance of Hon. Mr. Sifton had offered jr.. donation subsidy of  53200 per mile. Mr. Roblin, premier  of Manitoba, also considers it of the  greatest importance that a railway  should be built from some point in the  vicinity of Brandon westerly or northwesterly to serve the settlers .who are  north of .the Assiniboia river, but who  are too far* from the Great. Northwestern line. He is most anxious also that  some'extensions should be made to the  Snowflakc and McGregor branches, as a  provincial subsidy is promised.. In view  of- che public demand for these extensions, the company has undertaken to  construct, thern, and Mr. Shaughnesry  expressed the hope and stated that it  _was 'the intention, unless prevented by  .unforeseen obstacles', that tho**. would  -bo,completed during'the current season.  The Cup^ Challenger.  -GLASGOW, June ,27.���The Shamioek  II. is expected to arrive at New York  about August' 15.: The cup challenger  took a sail-stretching spin this morning, while the former challenger, the  Shamrock I, and the Kariad "were sailing a match race, of 43 miles. It was  an ideal day for the purpose. The.challenger attracted a lot of attention. She  carried only her lower canvas and  towed a small boat. Captain Sycamore  seemed to avoid anything in the nature of a trial-of speed, but during a  couple of tacks tho challenger found  herself going in the same direction as  the Kariad and overhauled the latter  in a remarkable manner. The new  mainsail of the Shamrock II. set to perfection. Her immense pole mast, when  clothed, has a most imposing appearance. The Shamrock I. beat the Kariad  ���by-fomvminutes-in-the-first-round���14-  lr2 miles, and won the race by 30 minutes 18 seconds. Mr. Herreshoff's Nevada beat her rival, the Tutty,' by 12  minutes and 40 seconds.' ���  VARSITY EIGHTS COMPETE  YALE OEEW WON BY A NARROW  MARGIN.  lhe Race Was a Good One and Skill  and Endurance at the Wind-  ���*��� up  Counted.  Heroic Effort to Fave a Ship  NEW- ORLEANS, June 27.���The- British mule transport Monterey from Capetown has arrived.in port after a terrible  experience with" fire ..at sea. Twelve  days out from land, flames were discovered'in the afterhold and gained such  headway that the .heat, prevented the  usual means of extinguishing" the fire.  Flames and clouds of smoke poured^out  :from.the hold, and when.the officers and  crew were'about to abandon the "ship  first officer Reid and fourth officer Harrington volunteered a . daring plan.  They volunteered to..tie wire cables  around their bodies arid have their companions lower them down the side of  the ship until they.,'were' abreast the  port.' opening into the burning section;  It was a desperate expedient; but,'after  a short corisultatiori,'7was adopted. As  the fire, was near the water line," Reid  and Harrington were lowered dowriiunr  til they were submerged in the sea nea'rr  ' ly up to their waists. . Hanging thus  half buried in the wave's, with the ship  under headway,'the men battered in the  port A hose was then lowered to them  and for several hours they hung swinging outward and inward, pouring a  stream' into the blazing hold. In this  way they finally succeeded in checking  the flames. The vessel was badly dam-,  aged. .       ' -     .     '       "   ��� ������  A Crooked German Bank-v  * LEIPSIG,' June. 27.���Herr Exher, 'director of the Leipziger bank, which suspended payment Tuesday, June 25th, has  been arrested. The public prosecutor  is investigating the affairs of the bank.  A False ��� Report .  THACKER, W. Va., June 27.���The Associated Press representative correspondent met at Williamson arid accompanied to this mining town United  States marshal A. C. Huffard and sheriff Green Hatfield, both of whom stated  positively that the reports of Huffard  being fired at from ambush and that the  railroad station here was .riddled with  bullets, while the officers were waiting  for a train-today, are entirely imaginary. The only shooting that occurred  since tire miners struck was last week  and not, a striker* participated. The  bushwhackers 'on the Kentucky hills  were the men who have been shot at by  the. mine guards, and chased .out of  Thacker. They are in no way connected  with the miners.  NEW LONDON, Conn., June 27.���The  race between the 'varsity eights, the  event of the day, was delayed until  wind and tide conditions were favorable. It was 6:50 o'clock in the evening  when referee Merkleharri caused the  whistle on the yacht Nusliki to be blown  as a signal for the rival eights to prepare. The pistol was fired at 7:15. From  a start on almost even terms. Harvard  possibly having a slight advantage, for  three lengths it was stroke for stroke  at 36 to the minute. Yale then dropped  to 35. while Harvard went down to ��4.  The water was smooth, although there  was a slight breeze from the southwest.  Before 10 lengths had been raced it  was seen'that the race was to be a good  one. Harvard had drawn away by a  quarter of a length. The eights were  rowing as one man. At the half mile  it was Harvard by a narrow margin, a  second and a fifth as to the time and  still a quarter of a length as to distance. As the-first flags of the course  were passed, Harvard settled down into  the best work of her race, and with a  beautifully steady pull the- Cambridge  boys sent their shell still further ahead.  Yale, too,. was rowing magnificently.  At the mile it began to look like Harvard. At this point Yale's spirit began  to show itself and "a little more "go"  appeared in the New Haven craft. Passing the mile and a half Yale lowered  her stroke and Harvard followed. The  crews hardly varied from 30 to 31.  Wnen the two mile flaes were passed  Yale led for i the first time in the race,  but in the next half mile Harvard once  more wrested the lead away from Yale,  and at the two. and a half miles Harvard led by just two-fifths of a second.  The shells entered the finishing mite  with beautiful water conditions. It was  not until the three and a half mile flags  were within hailing distance that the  Yale coxswain called on his men for a  mighty effort. Up went the Yale stroke,  and,, up crept the-Yale shell.' Harvard  tried to'respond and her men answered  heroically, but Yale tore along'in a style  that' was maddening. Yale" won. Official time was: Yale, 23:7; -Harvard  23:45.  It wps the old story of a Yale crew  with "skill, and endurance to stay in  the last stages of the long journr-y.  Yale's victory was one of a scant two  lengths. The time on account of the  low stroke rowed was slow. The freshmen's race and the four-oared contests  preceded the big event of the day. The  Yale freshmen eight took the lead at che  start and won. The blues led by three-  quarters of a length at the half mile,  a length and a half at the mile, and in  the last mile by work superior in every  department crossed the line four and a  half lengths ahead.  of messages from emperor William and  king Edward. The former telegraphed  that the promotion of shipbuilding and  international commerce was calculated  "to knit closer kindred nations moved  by the same spirit of enterprise, and  has all my sympathy. I wish every  success to the useful and noble work  in whicli you are engaged."  An Expensive Painting.  LONDON, June' 27.���A portrait of  Louis, lady Manners, afterwards countess of Dysart, by- Sopner, was sold at  auction this afternoon for 14,500 guinaes.  There was a charity fete at the Petit  Trianon, made famous by Marie Antoinette. The fete was organized by the  countess de Castellane and other society ladies who, attired in rustic costumes of the period, reproduced scenes  from the life of Marie Antoinette.  THE MEREDITH  SHOOTING  VERDICT OF CORONER'S JURY AT  SEATTLE,  Evidence  Proves That the  Deceased  Fired the First Shot���-Considine Brothers Held.  Illness of" the Pope.  PARIS, June 27.���A dispatch to the  Petit Bleu from Rome announces the  pope to be seriously ill and says that  Dr. Lapponi, his attending physician,  does not leave the pontiff's bed. Vatican officials are anxious' concerning the  pope's health.  **����� ���".* 'b *b *I* **���* "I** *b *5* *!- *s"' *-*��� **I- *!��� *b *b *b *b *b  A FATAL SEQUEL.  LONDON, June 27.���Hon. Eric  Lascelles, brother of the earl of  Harewood and brother of the  countess of Desart, and Hon.  Francis J. Lascelles, now in cus-_ -f  tody in British Columbia, who is *  charged with.-killing an employe  on his ranch*, has been found  ���I-.-dead in a show wagon at Chel-  ���I* tenham. This penniless aristo-  ���$���* crafhas for years been exhibit-  ���b ing automatic pictures at coun-  'b try fairs under the name of Eric  -*��� Leith. When- he heard of his  **��� brother's trouble he began to  -b drink hard and died from the ef-  -b fects, Letters from the countess  -I* of Desart and a'London lawyer  -!- were found in his pocket, in-  ���b closing a remittance and refer-  -I**   ring to Francis' trouble.  *  *  *  *  ���**��� .j. 4. .j. ^. 4.4. .j. .j. 4. .5. 4.4. .j..  .j.  *  ���b ���}��� *b  DOES HOT CO INTO EFFECT  Must Be Regenerated.   *  PEKIN, June 27.���Rev.- Arthur Smith,  missionary and author, preaching at  Tien Tsin on the anniversary of the relief of that city on June 24, said he  :thoroughly_agreed-,with-Sir-=Robert Hart-  in the statement that unless there was  a complete regeneration, of China in a  few years, the country^ would be menaced by 20,000,000 Boxers.. The Chinese  would never forget that the Boxer movement was fully approved by ..the court  ,.;..':,    Sunday Observance.  ��� ���New.-York, June 27.���In order that the  Sunday' baseball question may be��� taken  to.'v the hi*rhest' court   in   the' state, if  necessary^ two young baseball players,  .who .were, arrested  and".convicted  last  week:by city judge Kellogg in Yonkers,  .have asked the citizens to assist them  '.iu-Raising funds with -which to defray  1 expenses of appeal.   Thus far the boys  "have met with encouraging success. In-  "terest- centers-in the outcome of.the appeal.* Lawyers contend that it "is necessary   under   the.: interpretation   of   the  'law'by the court of appeals- to prove  that the r peace has been disturbed, and  that the game as played is a nuisance.  Coronation Ceremonies.  . LONDON, . June 27.���A proclamation  of king Edward issued today announces  his coronation -is to;-take place on a  clay not yet determined on in-, June, and  the ceremonies shall include only such  as are traditionally solemnized in Westminster Abbey. This officially excludes  the king's champion and numerous ancient usages in connection with the  procession.      - '���  From, the West Coast.  VICTORIA. June 27.���The steamer  Queen City arrived from the west coast  of Vancouver island this afternoon  bringing three gold bricks of $3200 from  Wrfeck Bay mines, the result of three  weeks' work. She reports that the fleet  of sealing schooners have, so far been  unable to secure crews, ther Indians refusing to go for $3 per skin, demanding  more. A new fishing company has been  started at Kyuquot.  Until January 1st, 1902.  The first copies of "An Act-to Amend  the Inspection of Metalliferous Mines  Act and. Amending Act" sent out from  the government printing office was not  the Act as passed by the legislature.  The error was iri the sections relating,  to the hours of' laborvof stationery engineers. While the Act itself goes into  effect on July 1st, 1901, the sections  above referred to do not go into effect  until January 1st, 1902. The following  are the two sections in cuestipn:  HOURS OF LABOR OF STATIONERY  ENGINEERS.  "21A. ��� Every person who, after the  first day of January, A.- D. 1902, being'  employed in or about a metalliferous  mine, in which the machinery hereinafter mentioned shall be operated for  more than 20 hours in any 24, (1) operates any direct-acting, geared or indirect-acting hoisting machine exceeding  50-horse power, or (2) operates any stationary engine or electric motor exceeding 50-horse power, and shall. perform  any such duties for more than eight  hours in any 24, shall be guilty of an  offense under this  Act.  "21B.     Any  person,    corporation    or  company, who shall induce or persuade  SEATTLE.   June   27.���The   coroner's  jury impaneled this morning "to investigate the causes leading up to the shooting resulting in the killing of ex-chief  of police William L. Meredith by John  Considine on the afternoon of June 25th  returned the "following* verdict:    "We,  the jury, find that William L. Meredith  was murdered by John Considine, assisted   by   Tom   Considine,   by   being  struck  on  the  head  with  a  revolver,  fracturing the skull in two places, by  Tom Considine, and being shot in the  body three times,  by John  Considine,  either gunshot wound-being sufficient to  cause the death of said William L. Meredith, the same taking place at Guy's  drug store on June 25 at 1:10 p.  m."  The  jury was  composed  of six representative business men of the city and'  immediately after the  verdict-.was , returned warrants were sworn to by A.  G. Lane and they were served upon the  Considine  brothers  at the county jail.  The testimony brought out the fact very  clearly that Meredith fired.the first tv\o  shots and also that "when Considine approached   Meredith   and  fired  the  first  shot that Meredith was in a semi-conscious condition and leaning against a  glass  show  case.-   The  last two  shots  were   fired   by   Considine -when   Meredith was falling to the floor.   Both Con-  sidines   attended   the   inquest   and   left  immediately after the taking of testi-  money without offering any testimony  in their own behalf.   The funeral of W.  L.  Meredith will  be  held  in this  city  June 29.  Mining Records,  At the Nelson record office yesterday  certificates of work were issued to H.  B. Campbell on the Alice, Anna B., Hat-  tie B., and Ida; and to John Holm and  August Johnson on the Maggie.  ' M. E. Parenteau, as agent for the Chicago National Mines, Limited, of West  Virginia, .recorded an agreement between said company and Henry Kerns,  OliveV-Blair and;John Philbert,.alLof  Ymir, whereby the said company agrees  to work certain properties, form a company, and give the vendors 30 "per cent  of the stock in the same. ,  One bill of sale was recorded in which  H. B. Campbell, H. McAlpine and F.  Untried sell to H. -".. Coulter the Marie  and Aberdeen claims near Erie.  sent to the inauguration as a reporter  to some big Danish paper. The journalist wanted a copy of the speech to telegraph to his paper, because he had no  time to wait for its delivery, if the  speech was to appear ini his paper tbe  next morning. So he asked the kiDg  to give him a copy of the speech which  he intended to deliver. "That is impossible," said the king. "I have not  written it yet." The journalist was  not, however, to be baffled. He explained that it was of vital importance  that a copy of the speech should appear in his paper; that he, personally,  would be in despair if he did not get  it, and so worked on the king's feelings that he cried out: "Oh. well, come  into my carriage and I will tell you  wnat I am going to say." The newspaper man needed no! second bidding,  ure king, without the use of any notes,  dictated to him the whole of the long  speech which it was his intention to deliver.    -  EASTERN CANADIAN TELEGRAMS  WILL WORK ALASKA MINES  PAT CLARE FORMS A DEVELOPMENT COMPANY.  Other Spokane Mining Men Interested  in the Project���Already Has  Three Properties.  _'''Z.I  '���/���l  '.l-\  ��� -[%..  MONTREAL, June 27.���Senator Vil-  leneuve died this afternoon.  MONTREAL, June 27.���Andrew ' Allan, head of the firm of H. & A.-- Allan,  died this afternoon from heart failure.  He has been ill iir health-for some time  and was advanced in years.  RENFREW, Ont.; June 27.���J. G.  Moulton drove a team into the river  here this morning,, and the horses got  beyond their depth. Moulcon stayed  with the rig ard was carried over the  dam and drowned.  WOODSTOCK, Ont, June 27.���Armour Potter, son of a well-known farmer near Eastwood, tried to commit  suicide by taking paris green yesterday. Prompt medical' attendance and  the use of a stomach pump prevented  his death and it is' expected the young  man will recover.' Domestic troubles  are believed to have been responsible  for the young man's rash act.'  TORONTOj Ont., .June 27.���Colonel  Biscoe and Lieutenant colonel Connor,  who were sent to examine fortiflca-'  tions and docks at Esquimau, -B. C,  are in the.city. Both gentlemen found  everything* in splendid shape and will  present a favorable report to the imperial-authorities. Colonel Biscoe,is satisfied that no foreign men of war would  attempt the bombardment of Es'quimalt  in face of the fortifications there.  V.'-?M  .''iff  -vl  any person or persons to do any act,  matter or thing in contravention of the  preceding section hereof shall.be guilty  of an offense under this Act, but it shall  not be deemed an offense under this or  the preceding section if any person  operates any such machinery for' more  than the period mentioned for the purpose of relieving another employe in  case of accident, sickness or other unforeseen cause."  ���r-J* ���I* ���?����� ���%    *ts ��������  ��������    ���% *l* ��J* ��?��    ���% ��% ���!��� . r-��t�� ���?��    *% ���?�� 1  SENTENCE  COMMUTED.  Unnecessary Alarm. ,  LONDON, June 27.���In the house of  lorus today during the discussion of  the requirements of Gibraltar,..ttie. under secretary for foreign 'affairs; lord  Selborne, declared there was not the  shalo-w of foundation for the apprehension expressed in some quarters in  Spain of-possible aggression on Spanish  territory. '  Incorrect Report.  ST. PETERSBURG, June 27.���The dispatch; of the London Times from Pekin  skying the Russian ��� minister there. M.  De Giers, has notified the Chinese authorities that the negotiations regarding Manchuria are: to be reopened is  classed in official circles here as being  -entirely inaccurate.  Chilian Politics.  SANTIAGO DE..CHILI, June 27���The  result of the preliminary elections Tuesday for a president to succeed senor  Errazuriz, whose term has expired,  shows that the Liberal candidate, Jer-  man Reisco. a relative of Senor Errazuriz, secured a very large majority over  the conservative candidate, Pedro Mon-  trrr. '    Royal Messages.  GLASGOW, June 27.���The members  of the institute of naval architects who  attended today's session of that organization were gratified  by. the receipts  OTTAWA, Ont, June 27.���The  case of Fred Collins; under sentence of death at Nelson, B.C,  was before the cabinet today.  Tue death sentence was changed  to imprisonment for life.  ���I- * -J- * * * * H- * * ���!- * * -I- *���!��� * * * ���!���  Opium Smugglers Convicted  SEATTLE, Jone 27.���T. P. Hodgson  and William. Wilson were today declared guilty of smuggling 500 pounds  of opium from Canada to the United  States in the federal court This concludes one of the most important cases  tried in this court for years. The opium  ring, whicl* was broken up by the local  customs inspectors last spring, had  been smuggling about 3000 pounds of  the drug into this port each month from  Vrctoria.  Klondike Pioneer Dead  PLATTSBURG, N. Y.. June 27.���Joseph Ladue. the founder of Dawson  City in the Klondike, is dead at hi j  home in Schuyler Fall.* of consumption. Mr. Ladue had not been well since  his return from Alaska, and spent l-iM  winter at Colorado Springs in a vain  search for health. He is survived bv a  wife and one son.  Fell From a Scaffold.  "BUFFALO, June 27.���As a result of  the breaking of a temporary platform  built on a scaffolding and bridging the  top of a monstrous tank in the eastern  elevator this afternoon, six men feli a  distance of 80 feet and four wcr-"  killed.  - The Vote at the Slocan Election.  ��� Following is the result of the poll, as  furnished  by  H.  R.   Jorand,  returning  officpr;  For Mayor��� -  A.   York    46  D.  D.  Robertson    36  Spoilt  ballots      2  For Aldermen���  W. E. Worden   68  R.  A.  Bradshaw    67  A.  C.   Smith..'.    63  D. Nicoli   51  A. B. Barber   48  T.  D.  Woodcock    42  J._G._ McCallum    39  H.  D. "Curtis    33  A. E. Teeter   22  Spoilt   ballots      4  Kootenay Valley Ranches Come High.  Bonner's Ferry Herald: W. H. Humphreys has sold his ranch to Empey  Bros, of Rossland. The ranch comprises  1800 acres, mostly grazing land. Two  hundred head of stock pass with the  deal. The price is not made public, but  is believed to be ?14,000. Mr. Humphreys will go to Vancouver, British Columbia.  The Buffalo Midway.  Visiting the midway at Buffalo is  called "flying the eoose." It takes |l'  to see the entire midway from" end, to  end. For this amount the sightseer  can wander through the streets*'"'of  Egypt, Mexico, Japan, Old Nuremberg,  a Filipino, Eskimo and American Indian vnlage, with glimpses of Venica,  darkest Africa, a trip to the moon, the  house upside down, an ostrich farm,  and numerous, other shows. At the  Mexican village it costs 15 cents to gjt  in arrd 50 cents nrore to witness the  so-called bull-fight. Reminiscences of  the Chicago midway are seen in tho  wedding procession, camels, Egyptran  donkeys, sword dancers and Oriental  reed band.  .  A King's Accomplishments.  It is not often that a man who can  write well is also a good orator. The  two talents do not seem to go together.  King Oscar is, however, a notable exception to this rule. He is one of tire  finest speakers in Europe. He has  made a special study of the art of oratory. "A speech," he says, "ought to  resemble a ship which has been carefully freighted with goods of great value. It can withstand storms and  mighty waves, it goes steadily ahead  and brings its precious cargo safe to  port." The king's speeches are for the  most part impromptu. A year or two  ago he was passing through Gothenburg  on his way to inaugurate a new railway. At the station he was .accosted  by a Jewish journalist, who had been  The French Manner.  There were touching scenes in Pari*  during the- balloting on the admission  of Rostand to the ��� academy and aae-\  The eminent poet and his. wife drove  to a cafe near the academy and wai^d  for the result. We are told that he w *,.  very���pale?-much''agitated'and the-.-p.-rr-.  spiration had frequently to be wiped  from his brow. "He was dubious of the  results, and was quite- sure that tirt  honor was not to be his this time. Madame, like a loyal wife, was just as confident that he would be elected, and  when her distinguished husband's spirits got particularly low she would pat  him encouragingly on. the back and  tell K.m to cheer up. '1 uen a irierrl  came "along and he said he. would go  and see what progress was' making.  When he returned the.first time his  face was joyous with hope,- and Rostand cheered up a little. The second  time he came back to rc-port his face  wore a ouDrous expression; Delcass-"1  had left the chamber and one good  vote was gone. Then he was away for  a long time. M. Rostand sought to allay his nervousness with an 3peritif,  but he was, so to say,-a., bear on ire  market. At last he noticed a group of  men comins toward him. He would  not look to see who they were, he was  so���nervous;���Madame-looked���and-saw-  they were Rostand partisans and thfy  were laughing, talking anu crackii!.!_  jokes. She roused her despondent  spouse. He saw the cheerful faces r.ad  then ran toward them, .-e knew he  had won. Everybody kissed everybody  else and the Rostarids went home to oe  met at thir door by la aivine Sanr,  who rushed at the poet, threw her  arms around his neck, exclaiming: *'I  have come to tell you how happy I -tnr.  I actually wept when I heard the news,  and you know, O, my poet, that there  are such things as tears of joy." Trren  Mme. Sara, Mme. Rostand and monsieur wept again.  Ugly Adaptability.  An old resident of Portland, Me., who  lias lived through live enforcements of  the prohibitory law���for it is a matter  of periodicity���sums up fifty years of  prohibition as follows: We have spent  fifty years in a school of remarkable  efficiency to edrrcate one of the finest  faculties of our nature���adaptability.  But it is on the wrong side. We present our si3ter states an object lesson  worthy of profound, study, the qrriot,  sly, ingenious, pertinacious adaptation  of mearns to ends to, violation of law in  the interest of vice. The real friends of  temperance have gained nothing during these fifty years; there is, rather, a  sad impression that we have lost much.  "We shift the place and keep the pain,"  and rather more pain. The law is a  feeble agency in the promotion of virtue. This must be planted and nourished inside of men and women. The  great enterprise of. moral reform cannot be carried forward by r:'.vrl law. It  has its place, and wise, intelligent f.r.d  highly favored is that mind that c.x*.  find it and that society which can adjust in its equilibrium. -  It is estimate dUrat between 25,000  and 40.000 acres have been sown o 11 ax  on the Nez Perce reservation and that  the yield will be fully as large aa la3t  year.    The United States assay ornce at Helena .Montana, will make a $50,000 shipment of gold bricks to the mint at Philadelphia in a few days.  Patrick Clark, who has made half a,  dozen fortunes in mining, is completing  plans   for   a  strong  new   development  company, says the Spokane "Spokesman-  Review.   It will be incorporated in the.  next few weeks.   It promises to be tho-  most important flotation that "has been  made recently In the northwest.    Mr.  Clark will make it a development com-  ,  pany pure and simple.    It will take uv>  promising properties all over the counT -  try, and will do whatever work may be  ne'eued  to .prove  their  merits.    If  Jie'  property proves valuable, a subsidiary,  company will be formed to'take it" over.^  and   to   handle   it.     With   pardonable  pride in his home town. Mr. Clark has' -  decided  to  name  the  m-w  corporation   " > '?r��  the Spokane Development Company. It \ t-^-'M  will be controlled almost altogether by, ." ;J^&  local mining men.   Amo*rg those heav'ly  interested are Mr. Clark,  major" B.   O.  Kingsbury and W. J. C. AVakefleld."5*h._.  only  outsider  largely  _oncerned , is  H.  L. Frank, 'the millionaire mining m in  of Butte, who has been pllied with IP:.  Clark in the operations of the latter f r*  many years.    For the present the new  company   will   centrali*.-.-  its   work   ru  Alaska.    Mr. Clark has already secuml  three groups of properties there for tl. �����  company._" One of them is the. big fr.ee.  gold quartz proposition  hack of Nom��.'"- .  J.   Bresnahau  and  a  party, of rdiner**(-  are on the road to co ahead-.with-de- ���    .  velopment    If the claim pi oves'*~as rich     -  .as early reports indicate,  it will-ri/.il "  the Treadwell. * It seems to be an im-     ",  mense   deposit   of   low   grade   millirij*;  gold ore.   Mr. Clark is working a group      t-;  of  properties  on  12  mH^ a; n? . rur���Mi<>    _ -,'  northeastern-^oast-isr^'Prifree of Wales jT.  island, Alaska.   The ledge is small,* but      -\ *&.  it  gives   marvelously   rich' gold-copper        " ^  ore.   There is a shoot half "a mile long  on   the   surface  of  its   extent.   ' Jamc3  Harvey,   Mr.   Clark's   miningsengirieei,  'who examined the* property, was enthusiastic over the showinc:.    He .s on the  ground supervising the. development.  ."*#  ***!  ?15_  ~ r%$\  "V-v I  ���"i  *�������� L  *Vj3I  ���-- Soon"Forgotten. -  San Francreco Examiner.  When the steamer Rio de Janeiro  went down and the water closed forever  on Captain James,Ward,.his sweetheart,  Lena Jackson, turned her face from the  world and refused to be comforted. Nevertheless love has again found its *��ay  into her heart, to the happiness of James  Gordon Bennett, second engineer of-lhe  transport Hancock, who made her his  wife a few days ago. Bennett and Lena  Jackson, it seems, were sweethearts  long before the late captain of the,Rio  ever crossed the lady's path. A lovers'  quarrel separated them, however,"'and  she went her way to become theJlan-Jee  of Captain Ward. Bennett's was the  way of disgrace and led to prison. He  became associated with a woman who  for six years passed as his wife. During the summer of 1897, while the couple were residing at 14 McAllister street,  he stabbed her in a'frt of jealous rage  _and_then_attempted_suicide._The_womaa_  survived the attack. Bennett was taken  to the receiving hospital, and, although  in charge of a policeman, succeeded'in  making his escape. He.-was', traced'*, to  Victoria, B. C, was captured and  brought back for trial; The charge  was assault with a-deadly weapon. He  was convicted and sentenced to a "term  of two years in San Quentin. It was on  February 9, 1898, that he entered the  prison with the number 17,628.. .. He  proved a good prisoner, and on the 9th.  of October, 1899, was pardoned and released. Since then he has been restored "to citizenship. Bennett has  many warm and Influential friends, and  as soon as be was free employment was  secured for him on the transport Hancock. .    -  The marriajre of Lena Jackson and  Bennett was solemnized at the Church  of St. Charles Borromeo, the Rev.  Father James McDonald officiating. Tho  bride, who wore a simple toilet of gray  embroidered silk, was attended by her  sister, Miss Gussie Jackson. William  Wells, jr., acted as best man. A supper to the intimate friends followed  at the Jackson home, 2119 Howaid  street.  Trackmen's Strike.  WINNIPEG, Man., June 27.���J. Clarlc  and J. E. Gordon, two of the C. P. R.  striking section foremen, have been arrested and convicted for throwing stones  at and intimidating men who wtre  working on the track. J. E. Gordon is  chairman of the local committee of  striking trackmen.  FORT WILLIAM,. Ont. June 27.���At  a meeting of the different orders of railway men held here last evening, a resolution was adopted favoring the C P.  R. Company. There.was an unanimous  feeling that the demands of the striking trackmen were unreasonable aud  that the strike was ill-advised.  MONTREAL, June 27.���The mass  meeting of C. P. R. striking trackmen  tonight was attended by less than 300  people. Organizer Wilson and Mr. Warren addressed the audience, but the  other advertised speakers-failed to materialize. There was a noticeable lack  of enthusiasm and the meeting was  much smaller at the clo.*e than it was  at the opening.  * ^1  . 'yl  -"���tl  n  m  ���_^^i^'jia��3��!";-"^'y_) THE TMBOTE:  NELSON", B. C. FRIDAY, JUKE 28, 1901  XF'if-  Wx7';  life  [tfe  $ v"  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  Incorporated 1G70.  We beg to announce that we have made arrangements with Mr. H. Moses, who comes highly recommended by his late employers, the Spokane Dry Goods  Company, at Spokane, to  Make Up Fur Garments  Repair Fur Garments  Remodel Fur Garments and to  Renovate Fur Garments Generally  This is a rare opportunity for tho people of Nelson and vicinity to havo  their Fur Coats, Capes, Mult"., Gloves, Collars, Caps, Cuffs. &o. thoroughly  repaired and rrradc to look new and fashionable. If so desired Mr. Moses will  be glad to call at your residence, inspect the garments, submit pattorns oflatcst  styles arrd give estimates of the cost of work required. ���  TELEPHONE NO.   13.  THE mSOf S BAY COMPANY  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  '*tfe_i*_L__'^___L:_^fl^_i:^��'-i >'Ai i^>'^^"-S:^^^i��^��U5^3'S-^  ���H--H-*H"W***-M- -K-H--K~:--H~M"2-*  Mrning supplies and general  hardware, assayers' supplies and  chemicals, drugs and medicines,  dry goods and clothing, boots  and shoes, furniture and bedding, fishing tackle and station-  cry, books and newspapers, groceries and provisions, fresh and  salt meats, fruits and confectionery, cigars and "tobacco, imported  and domestic liquors, in fact  everything in the way of general  merchandise, can be procured in  Nelson on Thursdays during the  same hours as on other days,  notwithstanding all reports to  the contrary.  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  ' *  -H-I-K-M-i*  The   following   is   from   the   Nelson  ,'"' Miner, a newspaper that is credited with  / "��� _ '   being the mouthpiece of the disgruntled  ' "       ^ element   in   Nelson:     "The   honorable  yy " member   for   Nelson   is- greatly   dis-   -" turbed-over~,the_idea that there might  V or  could   be* a   monopoly  of  electric  '��� lighting in this city, but he was ready  " enough to support the Dunsmuir gov-  " ernment   in   deefding   to   impose   the  "much  greater  evil  of-a  railway mo-  " nopoly on Southern British Columbia.  " The very honorable member's abhor-  " rence of monopoly rises and falls -with  " the   change   of   circumstances."     Thy  element  of  which   the   Miner   is   the  mouthpiece   would   willingly ��� sell   the  city's electric light plant and the fran-  '   ,     chise  for  lighting the  city  witn  elcc-  .   . tricity to a company thr*.. is rrsing e\c*-.��  effort   possible   U    obtain   a   monopoly  not only of electric liglV.ing in NHson,  but a monopoly of -.he power that can  ,_      be developed by 'itili-iiir.; lhe wjtiT Pow-  ing  in   Kooteuay   river.    T}:��   m.jnbe!"  for Nelson riding secured  the passage  .   of ah Act that,placed-city municipalities  % on the same footing as power companies in regard to obtaining water rights,  and he is today using his best efforts  to   secure   for   the   city   a   site   for   a  ���power station, so that the water rights  owned-by the city can be developed.  He  has worked to secure for the people of  Nelson'a monopoly of what is'consid-  Decorative  Tissue  Festooning  Can be used in overy conceivable shape. For dec  orating and entwiniDg  upon the inside and outside of Building"', Clubs,  Floats, Boats and Windows, it is made in all national arrd society arrd  club colors, ATTRACTIVE arrd BRILLIANT,  and is "iOlper cent less irr cost than any other  kind of Decorating Material. Eesides tho Festoon?, wo havo Wreaths, Stars, Shields, Maltese  Cross and Parade arrd Horse Plumes well worth  jour whil ��� to see.  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. Ltd  Special Bargains  IN  Boots and Shoes  Notwithstanding that there are  two baukiupfc stocks of boots and  shoes now btiug offered iu this city,  I am prepared to meet the prices  listed for same, and as my stock is  fresh���just opened up���from the  manufacturers, I> would solicit an  inspection before purchasing.  The results that I have obtained  since advertising my discontinuance  in business have been most satisfactory. The great variety of my  stock of clothing and gents' furnishings, with all prices marked in  plain figures, has proven 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.  ft  to  to  91  0' '00 ' 00' 00 ' 00' 00 ' 00' 00 ' 00' 00 ' 00' 00 ' 00' 00  ecrxxxj-3  ���^Bi^BD*: 'iari  00 . ./0 .00 . 00 .00 . 03* .00 . 00 .00 . ��0 ,a0 . 010 .00 , 00 . 0*0  ��� >_>. ���>*_. ��� ^*. '^T���V ��� ^Bk *^*_x ��� ^S* <>-_v ��� >�����. -VS; ��� ^����. -**V&^  FLAGS |  AND BUNTING \  \  tizixxxzxzzxzzzzxzzzxzxzxxzxxxxxzzxzxx tnixil  re  36 Baker Street, Nelson.  F  FLAGS  AND BUNTING  t���IXXXXXI����IIIIJIXX5IX.XIJTIXriIXIIIIHlxi  m  9\  9\  to  9\  9\  9y  to.  lags  to  THEO  MADSON  Baker Street. * Nelson, B. C.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  IKE   OKT  HOTEL  BLOCK.  Now is the time to get your Flags and Bunting for your decorations, while our stock is complete.  WE   HAVE   JUST   RECEIVED  10,000 Yards of Bunting and 200 Dozen Flags  ASSORTED    SIZES   .  m  9\  9*  to  \f" They include American,  English Flags and Ensigns,  French,  Austrialian, Scotland, Ireland and Canadian.  9. We  Have Marked These  at Very Low  Prices  to'  9}  to  m  to-  'to  to  m  Pianos to Pent.  NKLSON, B. C.  district mine. Dr. Hendryx will attend  the National Mining Convention at  Boise, Idaho, which is to be held in  July, as a delegate from Arizona and  also "as a ^delegate of the Chamber of  Commerce of Los Angeles." One of the  objects of the convention is to secure  for the mining industry the same recognition as has been given the agricultural interests in the government of the  United States, that is, representation in  the cabinet."  Large stock of high-class Imported goods. A  jpoeialty of tho square shoulder���the latest  smshlon In -i".**  PUBLIC AUCTION  OF VALUABLE RE/\L PROPERTY,  PU\NT, STEAM TUG, BAfJGE, MATERIAL AND FIXTURES.  to  9\  to  ft-���TTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTYTTrTTTITTTTTTTI  FLAGS  ,  AND BUNTING  ���XZXJXZXZTZXZXZXZ  Fred  rvme  36  Bakep  Street  zzzx_azzz_zzxzzzxzxzxxxrxzzzxzxxxxxxzzxxz_a$  FLAGS  AUD BUNTING  'JazzzxxxzxzxxzxzzxzTZxzzzzzxzxizzzzxzzzxzz:  00' 00 *00 ��� 00 *00 ' 00 '00 ' 00 '  '^���l** -^^.'^^ ���^���^ ���'^ ���w.**��-t '����fc ��**v *^t��. ->^ ���*_*  >^S> *>&& .*uzsv  ' 00' 00' ��0  >��te. >^ . ''w^. "***^ -2_fc*.^__��  00' 00' 00' 00' 00' 00'00'00'00'00'00*00  ered a public utility���electric lighting.  This action on his part displeases the  Miner much more than any-support.he  may have given the Dunsmuir government in its railway policy. '���  The minister* or education is not dp-  . ing the square tiring by Nelson in the  way of apportioning the money appropriated    for    public    school    buildings.  "When Ire, made up  his estimates,  tlie  - member for* Nelson riding-claimed that,  nil things considered, the city of Nelson  was fairly entitled to as large an appropriation as the city of Rossland. The  minis ter 'replied   that   "itossland   had  asked for $15,000," and he was going to  give them ?7500;  but that he could not  see his way clear to give Nelson more  than ?5000. He rdmitted that the member for Nelson riding had always been  most reasonable in requests for. appropriations.   Notwihstanding these  declarations,   he   now   authorizes   Rossland,  whose city council refuses to contribute  a cent towards the cost of a building,  to prepare plans for a modern school  house, and if the plans are satisfactory  he  will  pay  over  $10,000  towards  its  cost.  Nelson, however, notwithstanding  the  fact that  her  city  council  stands  ready to co-operate in erecting a modern school house;- must not expect more  than: the  ?5000  promised  in  the  first  place. Tote fair, Mr. Prentice, or some  day you will wish you had.  Dr. W. A. Hendryx of Los Anjreles,  California, is in Nelson. The doctor is  one of the oldest of the old-timers of  Kootenay, and in the '80s and early  '90s did more than any other one man  to keep things moving. Although making his home in California and working  a gold mine near* Prescott, Arizona, he  still has large mining interests in British Columbia, being one of the principal  owners of the Last Chance, a Slocan  Woman-Sea Captain.*  According to the'1 census reports Mrs.  Blanche Douglas Leathers is the only  licensed captain in" tho United States.  Mrs. Leathers is, now in "command of  one of the largest steamboats on the  Mississippi���the Natchez^ which makes  regular trips between New Orleans and  Vicksburg. She is thoroughly acquainted with every detail of her profession,  and can give any one of her crew points  on the proper way to bow-lash a line  or place" a "stage." In her seafaring  experience of nearly 10 years Mrs.  Leathers Iip.s had her share of wrecks  and adventures. Several years ago,-  the old Natchez'sank near'Vicksburg,  Captain Leathers was on board as a passenger and saved her life by swimming  to shore. One dark night.a few weeks  ago the plucky little captain's nerve was  severely tested. Her boat on its down  trip suddenly ran against a sandbar ind  broke off both of the large smokestacks.  The noise-a��d-excitement"stampeded"the.7  passeri-rers and. the -sparks from..the  disabled stack's'threatened the boat with  destruction bjy.;'lire. Mrs.' Leathers at  once sent the passengers into the cabin,  took her place at the wheel and remained there for "24 hours until the  Crescent City was'reached; The: brave  woman was literally covered "with' soot  and cinders, but refused to leave her  post until all her passenger's were safely  landed. Captain Leathe'rsi was also one  of the Louisiana State Commissioner's  to the World's Fair at Chicago.  ���. -   ���     American Bank Failure.'  WASHINGTON, D.- C. June '27.���  Comptroller* Dawes today ordered .tlie  closing of-the .SevenLrr: National Bank  of New York and' appointed Forrest  Baynor, national bank' examiner,' temporary receiver. Later the comptroller  made the' following statement: Comptroller Dawes stated that on Tuesday he  received word from the National Bank  examiner that *.'em-y Marquan'd & Co.  had recently become, indebted in a sum  approximating $1,000,000 to the Seventh  National Bank of New York, which was  secured by collaterals of a doubtful nature. Upon receipt Wednesday of further information/regarding the nature  of the collaterals securing this sum,  he sent a telegram to E. R. Thomas,  president of the Seventh National Bank,  as follows: "I have just received information from the national bank examiner  ��� that Henry Marouand & Co. have loans  of large amounts in your bank, approximating $1,600,000. Unless promptly and  satisfactorily assured that this loan will  be taken lrp and cash therefor* put into  the bank by Saturday night, June 25th,  I will appoint a receiver* for the bank.  Please convene your board of directors  and announce this to them."  The undersigned havo received in-  .tructions from- the Ontario Powrlor  Works to offer for sale by public auction  in the stable building- on Hall street,  bewteen Baker and Vernon street.1*., and  known as the Reynolds stables, in the  City of Nelson on '  TUESDAY, JULY 30th, 1901  , At 1 O'clock P. M., Sharp.  the following desirable improved real  estate, steanrboat and barge, plant, etc.,  Site, comprising 125 acres of land,  opposite Five- rrrrle Point, with about  500 yards of water front, and good  wlarf,12 by 24 feet, with 103 fe<=-t of  tramway.  Six lumdrerl 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 16 x 40 feet, 1 building 20 x 20 feet.  1 building 24 x 60 feet, 1 building 20 x 30  teet,- 1 workshop 20 x 20 feet, dwelling  house 11 x 24 feet.  Steamboat "Red Star" and scow.  ���Ono���1-2-horse���power���boiler--and���engine, 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, culveiHs and sewage purposes.  '���Two.'Faii-bank 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 office of the company or-at the oflice of the auctioneers.  Office furnishings consisting of one  roll top desk, one J." & J. Taylor safe,  ten fcot length standii.g desk, letter  presses with stand, office counter with  twelve drawers, stools, chairs, etc.  Intending purchasers may inspect any  of tiie-above 'articles by consulting with"  H. Maepherson,. Nelson agent, at his pf-,;  (fl'e'o in- the Madden Block. Ward street,  Nelsolr,.or* with' the auctioneers, or at  the wo'r-kfe at Five-mile Point.  TERMS.���Cash on purchases'of $100  or under, on purchases over $100 terms  will be announced at. time of sale with  other conditions.  For fiirth-n* particulars'apply to the  undersigned auctioneers, or to  M. MACPHERSON, Madden Block,  Agent Ontario Works, Nelson, li. C.i  KOOTENAY....  COFFEE CO.  4-3-3334433-3-3-3-����.&&&&&��&��(*  Coffee Roasters /  i _������_������������������������  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  44444344-3433fTrfr*e*****fr��  We are offering at lowest prices tho bost  grades of Ceylon, India, China and Jacan  Teas. ,  Our Bos'", Mocha arrd Java Coffee, per  pound ..v. 9 40  Mocha and .lava Blerrd, 3 pounda  1 00  Choico Blend Coffee, 4 lonnds  1 00  Special Blend Coffee, 6 pour.ds  1 00  Rro Blend Coffeo, G'pounds  I 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound 30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST IBAKER STREET, NELSON.  l^MIMl-ll^''-������aeg��_^ll%^'JB!.rM^k-4WLJMIlIITU^UI^l^r_*t-*_l  We have just received a Consignment of  FISHING TACKLE  WE  HAVE THE BEST   FLIES  AND   THE  BEST LEADERS MADE.  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.  J, G. BUNYAN   &  CO.  West Baker Street, Nelson.  Minnows, &rlvor and Rold and Phantoms  ���r- ��� Silk-LI ncs ���������  Landing Nets  Anda-plondid lino of all fishing requisites.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  K.-W.-C. Block.       Corner Ward and Baiter Sts  MANHATTAN SALOON  Domestic  and  Imported  WHISKIES  ���..  WINES  ALES  STOUTS  CIGARS  Domestic  and  Imported  Waut Boer Prisoners,  KINGSTON, Jamaica, June 26.���The  chamber of commerce has passed a resolution asking the governor of Jamaica,  sir Augustus Hemming, to request the  imperial authorities to send 3000 Boer  prisoners to the island. Jamaica offers  money and great advantages for  farmins.  CIIAS.A.WATEPAN&CO  AUCTIONEERS.  ItOOjrS 11 and 15.      K. AV. C. BLOCK, Nolson  B  E  E  R  S  ANHEUESER-BUSCH  St. Louis.  PABST  Milwaukee.   ���  CALGARY  Calgary.      ,  REISTERER &, CO.  Nelson.  GOSNELL'  Nelson.  B  E  E  R  ���S  JOSEPHINE   STREET.  NEAR  BAKER.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BBEWKR8 AND BOTTVKBB QW  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  WHOLESALE TRADE  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpBOKPB & CO., LIjMITED.-Corner Vornon  A and Cedar stroots. Nelson, rnanur'act.irr.ra  of and vrlrolor-ale doalers in -urated waters and  fruit syrups. Sola agents for Halcyon Sprirrsta  mlueral wator.' Tolephono 00.  ~: ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES..  TTT  F. TJCETZEL & CO.-Corner Baker and  �� �� ���   Josophino atreers, Nclron, wholesale deal  era ln   assaycra  supplies.   Axenth ior Derrvo  Fire Cla, Co. of Denver, Colorado.  COMMISSION  MERCHANTS.  r*f J. KVANS  &  CO.-Baker street,'Nolson  ���*-"   wholefalo    deaJora    in    liquors,    cigars  cemorrt. Ore rsnek Mid flro clay, wator pipe and  stoel rails, and gannrul cornrrriasion naorcbanta.  BLEGTBIOAL   SUPPLIES.  T?*"OOTKNAY ELECTRIC SUrPLY & CON-  J-*- STHUCTION COMPANY���Wholeoalodoal-  ers in tolephono8, annunciators, bolls, "natterles,  fixtures, etc., Uoiratorr blcok. Nolaon.  FLOUR Ai-rD FEED.  "DRACEMAN - KEJt MILLING COMPANY  *-�� ���Coroara, Flour, Grain, Hay. Straight or  mixed cars shipped to all Kootonay Points.  Grain olo*-atora at all principal points on Caigrary-  Kdmonton P.. li. Mills nr Viotoria, Now W03tj  minster, and Bdrr.oritorr, Alborta.'   FRESH "AND SALT MEATS-  BURNS &   CO.���Bakor   streot),   Nelson,  wholosale doulura in fresh and ourod mnats.  Cold storaso.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.-Corner Front) and  ���*-*������ Eall stroots, wholesale - grocors and  'obbers in blanket**, glovos, mitts, boots, rnbbora,  macbinaws and minora' sundries.   KOOTSNAY SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street,  Nelson,   wholesale  rgrooora.  TOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-Front street), Nol  :J    son, wholesalo Rrocora.  JY. GRIFFIN & CO.���Front street, Nolaon  ��� ~ wholesale   dealers   in   provisions,   cured  meats, tratlor and eggs.  =BARDWARE=AND=MINING-SUPPLIES.-  HBYHRS & CO.-Corner Baker and Josephine  ��� strsatw. Nelson, wholesale doalers injbftrd-  ware ai<d mining supplies. Agonts for Giant  Powder Co.          ���-..-.���       -  T AWRKNCIC   HARDWARE    COMPANY  ���lJ  Baker St.,' Nelson, wholoaale   dealers in  liardwaro and mining 'supplies, and water and  pi umbers' supplies.  LIQUORS AND DRY ROODS.  rpURNER, BKKTON _ CO.   C . nor Vernon  �����-   and Josephine  streeta,  N ;a .a,   -wholesale  P.  dealor. ln liquors, olgars and dry _i>oda  for Pabfrti Brewlnif' Co,  . _ Agents  of Milwaukeo and Cal  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary,  ous  321 TO 381 BAKER STREET, NELSON  AMERJCAfl AND EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS 25 CENTS  Rooms Lighted-by Electricity and Heated by Steam 25 Cents to SI  SALE OP 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  month ground lease. Terms cash.  CHAS. A. WATERMAN. & CO.,  Auctioneers, Nelson, B. C.  Prompt) and regular  delivery tio bhn brad*  Brewery at Nelson  FREE   HOT   LUNCH  FROM 12 to 2 O'CLOCK  AT   THE  ATHABASCA   TODAY.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKKB 8TKEET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air,,  Large comfortable  bedrooms and  first-class  dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  Wlrs. L C. Glarke, Prop.  LATrt Or THK ROYAL HOTEIh CAUTAB*-  REWARD.  j Everybody   Welcome  The undersigned will offer as a roward for the  recovery of the body of Leelio Wilson, the 12-  year-old boy drowned off tho tug Halys on  Sunday, Juno 2nd, tho sum of twenty-/!vo dollars.  " DAVE CLAllKE.  Pilot Bay. June 13t_, 1901,  ���Sjadden House Sffi  The onlj hotel ln Nelson that hts rrmlined  under one management since 1890,  The bed-rooma are well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  The bar is always stocked by the best) dom a-  tio and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor,  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, Manager  Bar stocked with best brands of wines, liquors,  and Cigars. Beer on draught. Large comfortable rooms �� first claw table boa d,  WINES AND CIGARS.  r*AL!FOKNIA    WINB   COMPANY,    IJMI  *-*"   TBD���Corner Front and Hall'Btreota, Nel  son, wholosale dcmlern ln wines (case and bulk,  *nrl iloi��rti(t*�� umlimnnrind nimvrR.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.I!  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Viotoria nnd Kool*DaT Streets.  P. n. Rn* MQ TKT.S-PHONIC KO   94  ~"        _" (No. 178) ~  CERTIFICATE  ���or* TrrE���  Registration of an Extra Provincial Company.  "Companies Act, 1897."  T hereby certify that the "German Mining arrd  Milling Company" has this day beon reglsternd-  as an Kxtra Provincial Company, under lhe  ���'Companies Act. ISO?," to carry out or offect all  or* any of tho objects hereinafter set forth to  which the legi-lalive authoriry of the Legislature of British Columbia extends.  The head oflice. of the Company is situate in  thn City of Tacoma, Slate of Washington,  U. S. A.  The amount of the capilal of the Company is  one hundred thousand dollars, divided into one  hundred thousand shares of ono dollar ench.  ��� he head orllco of rhe Company in this Province in situate at Nclsorr, and Kiclrard Papc, Labourer, whose address is Nelson aforesaid, is tiro  attorney for the Company.  The lime of the existence of the Company is  fifty years.  _ Given under my hand and sral of ofllco afc  Victoria, Province o�� British Columbia, this 101 h  day of June, one thousand nino  hundred and  0"[l! s ] -     . ���.      S. Y. WOOTTON,  Registrar of Joirrt Comparjitf*,  Th*! objects for which the Company has been  established aro those set out in tho Certificate of  T!cgiHtrA)ion Kranted to the Company on the 1st  February, 189!). nnd which appfars irr the Britibh  Columbia Uazctte on the 18lir February, 1807.  a \}  THE  TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1901  OF MOBTBEAIf  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  BEST ���   ���������������   7.000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathoona and Mount Koyal ...Presidont  Hon. Georgo A. Drrrmurond Vrco-Presrdent  K. S. Clov.'ton General Managor  THE CANADIAN  AHK OF COMMERCE  THE  NKLSON BRANCH     .     .  Cornor Baker and Kootenay Stroets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Managor.  Urauohos ln London (England) New Your,  ClircAoo, and all Uro prinoipal cities iu Canada.  Buy arrd soil Storllng Kxchange and Cabin  Transfers. . .        .   ,���       .,_..,_  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  availablo in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Etc.  ���with wirrcri is amat.gamatkd  BANK  OF .BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICK:  TORONTO.  'Paid-up Cnnltal,       -     -     -     S8 000,000  Reaorvo Fund.       -      -      -      -   82,000,000  AGGREGATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Hon. Geo. A. Cox,  President.  Robt. Kllgour,  Vice-President.  London Oflice, 60 Lombard SWeot. H. O.  Now York   Oflice, 16   Exchange   Place.  and Gi Branches in Canada and tiro  United States."  IMPEBIA1 BAIK  0_T    0__-_-T.A.:D.__.  .^_^_j�� _J��_J^_^-^ _g _^ _Jg_^ _^ ^^ _^ ^^ ^-Jfei^S* &��& "*'* ^'**' '2L, **' ^ * ** '��*00*00 *00.00.00.00.00.00 *0*  ^f^'^' ^' **'^'**' 0*." 00 '**'*0*r^''���<*'0*'\0*' 0"' ^'''.**_\0i^^*^'^'>^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^>^'^'^AS*  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  S2.600.000  $ 1,860,000  S. HOWL AND.  It. WILKIJS,...  HAY    President.  .Oeneral Manager;   Inspector.  Savings Bank Branch  CURRKNT RATK orf INTEREST PAID.  .J,.J..J..J..J���J.^��J..J���J..J..J..J.   .\..\..\..  *.*  *b'b-  i.*f��.!.*T..^��%.J��^����J��y  ���I-  Mining supplies  and    general ���"-  hardware, assayers' supplies and -J*  chemicals, drugs and medicines, ���"-  dry   goods   and   clothing,   boots -b  and   shoes,   furniture   and   bed- -J-  ding, Ashing tackle and station- -I-  ery, books and newspapers, gro- -J*  cerres and provisions, fresh and -I*  salt meats, fruits and confection- -!���  ery, cigars arrd tobacco, imported ���!���  and    domestic   liquors,   in   fact *���"-  everything in the way of general ���!���  merchandise, can be procured in ���!<���  Nelson on Thursdays during the -I-  same   hours "as   on   other   days, *'.-  notwithstanding   all   reports   to *���!*���  the contrary. ��������*  *  TELEGRAMS iN BRIEF FORM  From Various Sources.  MADRID, June 27.���It is reported  that 12 cases 'of bubonic plague and  four .deaths have occurred at Oporto,  Portugal.  BUFFALO, Juno 27.���-A scalloid at  lhe eastern elevator on,which a number  or' men wero at work fell this afternoon.  Two men were killed and four or five  seriously injured.  RICHMOND, Cape Colony. June 27.���  A large force of Boers, commanded by  Malawi SmiL, attacked Richmond today  at daybreak (June 23tlr). Thn lighting  lasted till dusk, when the Boers retired on Lire approach of British reinforcement.-*.  VIENNA, June "27.���Count Gilbert  Hohcnwart von OorlachsLcin has been  appointed Austro-llungariau minister  to Mexico. Diplomatic relations between Austna-llungnry and Mexico, interrupted since 1S0G, the year emperor-  Maximilian was" shot, are thus formal-  _iy re-established.  , LONDON, June 27.���D. Davis and H.  Ward. Americans, beat Hawes and  Young l* three sets to none today in the  third' round of the all-comers doubles  in lire all-Jinglish championships, which  began at Wimbledon Monday. In the  fourth round of the singles A. VV. Moore  beat 0. W. ilrllyards..  PARIS. June 27.���As a result of the  altercation which they had in the high  court yesterday during lhe secret deliberation after tlio close of tno trial of  the maairis cl'Lurs Ss luces, senators  Leprovest-Delaunay and Aucoin fought  a duel with pistols this morning. Two  shots were exchanged without any result.  NKW YORK, June 27.��� An oil stove  in the home of Mrs. Tate irr Bloomiield,  N. J., exploded today, setting lire to the  house. Mrs. Tate's 12-year old daughter was burned to death and Mrs. Tate  and tlie chief of tho Bloomiield lire de-  - partment were badly burned in trying  to rescue the child. The money loss was  small.  LONDON, June 27.���In the house of  lords today the lord chancellor, lord  Salisbury, announced the receipt of a  letter from the recorder setting forth  tliat a true bill had-boon found against  earl Russell on the charge 'of bigamy  and moved the appointment of a_ committee to arrange the procedure m the  ���caserlhe-mocion-was-agreecl-to.���   DECATUR, June 27.���A fire which  'was started at Preble Tuesday night by  lightning striking a tank of the Standard Oil Company, containing 50,000  barrels of oil, is still burning. Three  hundred men are lighting1 the flames  and making efforts to save live other  tanks that contain over 300 barrels ol'  oil. Two men were loading a cannon  to shoot the burning tank when it exploded' and they were fatally burned.  Many persons have been badly burned.  BAKERSFIELD, Cal., June1 27.���The  Central hotel in Kern, about a mile east  of here, caught fire today by an explosion of a lamp in one of the rooms. In  a moment airways of escape were cut  off by the flames. George Clark, :i  blacksmith in the Southern Pacific  shops, was burned to death. John-P.  ���Thornton was badly burned about the  body. 1. C. Burnger, who has just returned from the Philippines and stopped at the hotel, has not as yet been  located and it is feared that he perished in the names. The loss is estimated at $10,000.  '  ��� PEKIN, June 27.���The foreign ministers at today's meeting only discussed  minor points of the indemnity question.,  'ine .^1'iT.is.i minister, sir Ernest Satow,  refuses to agree to a 10 per cent increase  ��� in the tariff in the event that China  finds herself unable to meet her payments. The Russian minister, M. Da  Giers, has not yet agreed that the inter-  terest on the indemnity is. to be 4 per  cent. The United States' special representative, Mr. Rockhill, thinks there  should be little further delay. When  these points ai*e settled the" work of the  ministers will practically be completed.  WASHINGTON. June 27."���Justijce  Bradley in the Equity Court today decided the Manila bay and Santiago bay  prizes cases. The decision is in favor,  of the claimants as_ to the vessels captured and as to .property taken from  vessels so captured. It is against them  as to property captured ashore. Admiral Dewey, his officers and men are  the claimants in the Manila case and  .admiral Sampson, his officers and men  are the claimants in the Santiago cases.  According to counsel the claimants in  the Manila cases receive a total of  ��288,000, divided among about 2000 peo-  ����� pic, and the claimants in tho Santiago  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on deposits.   Present rate  three per cent.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nolson Branch.  case will get irr tlie neighborhood of  5500,000, distributed among about 3000  persons. ' ���������'  ST. JOHNS, .Nfld., Juno 27.���The flrst  train load of the passengers of the Lusitania, the steamer of the Orient Steam  Navigation      Company,      which;    was  'wrecked   near .Cape   Ballard  yesterday  morning, started this morning to cross  the  country.   On their arrival  at- Port  Aux  Basques  they will   be  transferred  to  the steamer Bruce, which will take  them to Sydney, Cape Breton. The remainder of tho passengers will follow  by another train this evening. Many of  the   children   among   the  ���,immigrants  were without clothing.  Cliaritab'e concerns provi'l'd for them in this respect.  NEW YORK, June 27.���King Edward  will not be seen at any of the sporting  events until the regatta at Cowes, says  a dispatch from London to the .-World;.  Though lie is restricted by official usage  from   attendance  at  (he   horse  racing,  he has taken deep and practical interest in every great meeting. It is rumored that he has already won over ��20,-  000 since the season  began. He was a  big winner as the result of backing Mr.  "Whitney's   horse   Volodyvski   for   the  Derby. He was so interested in the re-,  suit of that race that he had a private  wire run from Epsom" Downs to"Marl-  l*orou_;h House.  Victor Safe & Loci-; Co  CINCINNATI, OHIO.  Th*1 largest fire wor f *afo works in thn world.  Over Ihrco cailo-ds ^ld irr JCuoIcnrry in oighr  mouths.  WRiTE FOR CATALOCUE AND PRICES..  P.d. RUSSELL, 6. ..Agent  NSLSON, B. O.  Front -Doors  Inside Doors   Screen-Doors���  Windows  Inside Finish.  local and coastr.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles.  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  ot all kinds,  Iir WHAT TOU WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  WK -WILL MAKE IT FOB YOU  OAIili AND GET PBIOBS.  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE BTBEETS,   l-ELROW  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND VERNON BTREETS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  /  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  StoctV  We carry a complete stock of  Ooast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico Lumber Co. Ltd.  SAVINCS  THK   CURKENT  BANK   DEPARTMENT.  BATE   OF    INTEREST   ALLOWED.  m  9\  9\  9\  Established ln Nelson 1890.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  ENTRIES  '���FOR���  OhanipionshipQuoitfV|atch  .     AT CLUB HOTEL  Will Close at 8 o'clock p. m.  SATURDAY,  JUNE  29th,   1901  Game will  start at  m. July 1,1901.  10 o'clock a.  "\ SHERIFFS   SALE.  xx: ~~~~~   :  Province of  British Columbia,   Nelson,  West  Kootenay, to wit:<  By virtuo of a wr it of Fieri Facias issued out  of tho Suprcue Court of British' Columbia, at  tho suit of J, C. Drewry. plaintiff, and to me  directed again Jt the goods arrd chattels of J. Fred  Ritchie, defendant, F havo seized,arrd taken in  execution all the right, titlo and intere-t of tho  -aid defendant, J. Fri-d Ritchie, in about ore  hundred and'/forty-four thousand and four  (111.001) shares of thu stock of the Hillside Silver  Mines,; Limited, non-personal liability, a company incorporated under tho laws of British  Columbia, with regi'terod head office at Kaslo,  Btitih Columbia, to recover the sum of Frve  Hundred and Thirty-nine dollars and ninety  cents ($539.90) amount of said writ of Fieri Facias,  and a!so interest on five hun'r- d and thirty-six  dollars and forty cent* (.536.40) at the rate or five  Der rcntum per annum from the 21th dav o' May,  A.D. 1P01, until payment, besides shorilt's'pound-  ngc, officer's foo*. nnd all other legal incidental  expanses; all of win h I shall cxnof-c for sale, or  sutiicient lh**r>n' to satisfy raid judgment, debt  and costs at tire Court House, in the Ci'y of  "Casio. British ��� 'olurnbia, on Friday, the 5th day  of July, A.D. 1901, at the hour of 12 o'clock, noon.  Notk.���Intending purchase-s will satisfy them-  sclve- a�� to into: c*t and title of the saiddefendant  Dated at Ni-l-on, B. C, *'I**i rliv nf June, 1901.  S. P. TUCK,  Slrerit' of South Kootenay.  SHERIFFS   SALE.  Province of  British  Columbia,  Nclsirr,   West  Kootenay, to wit :  By virtue of a wri*-- of Fieri Facias is ued out  of the Brirish Court of British Columbia at the  suit of Bank of Montreal, plaintiff, h'nd'to me  directed ngainst rhe goods and chattels: of  Herbert Cuthbert, defendant, I have seized and  taken in execution all thoTight, title and inierost  of the said <1efcndant,.Hcrbsrt Cuthbert, in the  mineral claim known as and cilled "'Blend," sit-,  uato on the west fork of Rover creek, and covering the --roundof iho"Paymaster"minerol claim,  arrd recorded in the ofllce of tho mining recorder  for the Nelson Mining Division of tho West Kootenay D!striot on the 1st day of June, A.D. 18H5;  to recover.the srrm of Four Hundred and N'inety-  seven dollars and Twentv-^ovcn cents (M97.27)  and also interest on Four Hundred and Ninety-  two dollars and twenty-seven cents (S192.27) at.  five per centum per aonum from the 2(5th day of  April, 1901, until paynren t, besides sherilf s poundage, officer's fees and all other lrgal irrcident il  expenses; all of which! shall expose for, sale or  sufficient thereof to Fatisfy salt judgmenr, debt  and costs at nry ofllce, next to the Court House,  in the City of Nelson, H. C, on AVrdnesday, the  3rd day of July, 1901, at the hour of 11 o'clock in  the forenoon. "'  Note.���Intending purchasers will satisfy themselves as to in teresr. and iit!o of thesaiddefondant.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, 22nd day of June, 1901.  S.P.TUHK. -"���:.  . ...Sheriff of South Kootenay.  NOTIOE  TO  CREDITORS.  In   the matter   of tho Estate of   Marmaduke  : Bennison, late of Nelson, B. C, deceased:   .  , Notice is heroby eiven pursuant to statute that  all creditors and others having claims against the  estato of the said Marmaduke Bennunn, who  died on or about tho 27th day of March, 1901, arc  required on or before tho 1st day of August, 190 ,  to send bypo t prepaid or dfllvor to Geo. S. Mc-  =Oarter-ofcBevelHtok<vsolicitor-for.Albo!:tJ{'dward-  Bennison. the administrator of tho estate of said  deceased, their christian andsurnames, addresses  ���nd descriptions, the full particulars of th"ir  claims, the statement of their accounts and the  nature of the securities, if any, held by therrr, all  duly verified.  And notice is further* given that after snch last  mentioned date"the sard administrator will proceed to distribute tho said estate of tho deceased  among the parties entitled thereto, having regard  only to the claims of whi>*li ho s-lrill then have  rro'ico arrd that the said administrator will not  bo liable for the Raid assets or any part thereof to  any person or persons of whose claims notieo shall  not have boon received by him ar tho limo of  such distribution.  Dated thb 20th day of June. A D. 1901.  "������- ��� ������    GEO.?. McHARTKR,  Solicitor fTAlbrrt Edward Bonnion. administrator of the or tote of Marmaduke Bennison,  deceased.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER  To John J. McAndrbws or to any.person or persons to whom * ho may have transferred his  interest"In the Black Diamond Mineral Clnim,  situate on  the  north sido of Bear Creek,  about three miles from tho town of Ymir,  lying smrth of and adjoining tiro Evening  . Star Minoral Claim. Nelson Mining Division  of West Kootenay District, and* rocorded irr  tho recorder's offlco for the Nelson Mining  Division.  You and each of ynu aro heroby notified that J  havo expended Two Hundred and Twolvo dollars  and Twenty-five cents ($212.25) in labor and Improvements upon tho-above mentioned mineral  claim in ordor to hold saM mineral claim undor  rhe provisions of the Mineral Aot. and' if within  ninety days from the date of this notice you fail  or refuse to contribute yovr proportlon-of suoh  expenditures together with all costs of advertising your interests in said claims will becorrr.o the  property of the subscriber under section 4 of an  Act entitled  "An Act to Amend tho Mineral  Act, 1900." JOHN DEAN.  Dated at Nelson this 27th day of April. 1901.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.  To Herbert Cuthbert or to any person or per-  '���   sons to whom  he may havo transferred hts  interest irr the Blend Mineral Claim, situate  on tho west fork nf Rover creek, in the N'el-  snn mining division of West Kootonay District, and recorded ih i he recorder's ofllce for  ' the Nel.son Mining Division.  You arrd each of you are hnreby notified that  wo hav* expended four Hundred and eleven dollars in labor and  improvements upon the "hove  mentioned minoral claim in order tb hold said  minoral claim under the proyis'ons of tho Minoral Act, nnd if within  ninety davs from the  date of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion  of such expenditures together with all costs of advertising your interests in said olaims will become the property of.  the subscribers, under section 4 of an-Aotontit-  lcd "An Act to Amend lire Miner*! Act. 1900."  FRANK FLETCHER,  J. J. MAT.ONE.  H. G. NEELANDS,  E T. H. SIMPKINS.  Datod at Nelson this 3rd day of June, 1901.  to  9\  9}  9\  9\  to  to  9}  to  9\  to  01 ATTENTION IS TO  Our stock of the latest goods, received from the manufacturers are here for  your inspection when you -visit Nelson for the Dominion Day celebration. Don't  fail to see our stock.  Our watch and jewelry departments are at your service. All mail orders receive prompt and careful attention.  All watch repairing guaranteed,  as we employ none but the best  workmen.  OUR WATCHMAKING AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL IN B. C.  JACOB  DOVER,  THE JEWELER  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA;  Mail orders receive our prompt  and careful attention. Our prices  are always right.  to  to  9\  to  to  91  to  to  9\  91  9}  9\  to  to  M  ���*y\  *' *-  -"*��  .._  r V_|  "*     .** I  i  *<- <5���, -I  ���|_V__'. )_^*00 '00*00 .t_0'0_0* 00* t^*j00�� 100* 0f '<S!_1 ^* _r*���_^*���l.��� ���^'^'^^���������S^���ft'-Si1 *"!���_*-���_* *^^!������^! ������_v* ������* * SB*'-SB* * -rf^"���!*' ^ * ^* ^%*-^  "^'5?'-5^-*5?��S^��%��?��^f�� %^��8?-'5?��S?^S_,��>*k,^5r��^,V'S r0' 0'^' 00' 00'00' ^' 00*00'^^) ' 00* 00 * 00^^'00^0'^^l'^^l'^f'  i ���.  -v.  A  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  {NELSON,  B. C.  Builders and  Contractors  Having taken .over the business of the West Kootenay Brick &  Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg to ask for a continuance  of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them. My  aim will be at all times to supply you with our produets at lowest  possible prices. Being in a position to manufacture goods in larger  quantities than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a  lower figure.  It is" our intention to install machinery to manufacture our  marble produets, and noxt season we shall be in a position to supply  these products at reasonable rates.  We shall also keep on hand  Tiles and Cement.  a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay,  Our Bricks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes at the  Spokane Industrial Exposition in 1899 and also this year. We also  secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building  Stone.  We  Builders.  are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  tor The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  Successors to  The West Kootenay Brick  <E Lime Co., Ltd  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail  HKADNESNliB. o. D ea I e rs i n M eats  Markets at Nelson, Rossland,  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson  way, and Vancouver,  Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Nev  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Oasoade Oiby, Mid  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS 07  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  K. W. 0 BLOCK a  WAED STREET  QRDKK8 BY HAIL RBO_IV_ OAUHFUL AND PROMPT AT-1'KVT.ONiju  ROSSL.AIND   ENGINEERING   WORKS  cunliffe & McMillan  Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  ORB OARS, skips, cagcp, oro bin doors, ohrrtc3 arrd general wrought iron work.    Our oro cars aro  the beat on th�� rrmrkot    Write rrs for references and full particrr rr.ru.  SECOND HAND MACHINERY FOR SALK.-Onc 5-foot, fclron waterwheel, widlh GOO feet, "8 to 10"  spinal riveted pipe.   One lOxoxKi outside packed plunger Binking pump.    Rock drills, sloping  bars, &c., &c.  AGENTS NORDHBY PUMPS.  STOCK  CARRIED.  P.  O.  Box  198.  THIRD  AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  W. P. TIERNEY  Telephone 265.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Ofllce: Two Doors West C P. R. Offices  TENDEES   WANTED.  Tiro Haslinfs (R C.) Exploration Syndicate,  Limited, will consider bids for. diamond drilling  on the Arlington mine at Erie, It. O. For full  information call or address No. 9, K.-W.-C. block,  Nelson, B. C.  WEST TRANSFER CO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All Kinds  of  Teaming  Work.  and Transfer  Agonts for _ard and Soft Coal. Imperial Oil  Company. Washington Brick, Limo & Manufacturing Conrpany. Gonoral commercial agents  and brokers. "?'  All coal and wood strictly cash on delivery.  V TELEPHONE U7." 1  Office 184BaKer St.  Cancellation  NOTICE.  or*   Reservation,  District.  Kootenay  ���M"OTICE ii hereby given thafc the reservation  -1-' placed on that particular parcel of land,  which may be described as commencing at tha  northpast corner of Township (8a) Kight A,  Kootenay District, which is also the northeast  corner* of Block 12, granted to the Nelson and  Fort Sheppard Railway Company by Crown  grant d-.tea 8th March, 1895; theirro due east la  miles; thence due.suurh to the International  Boundary ; ther.ee duo west alonx said boundary  1G miles; thouco north to tho place of commencement, notice whereof was published in the  British Columbia Gazette, and dated 7ih May,  1898, is hereby rescinded.  W. S. GORE.  Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works.  Lands and Works D<*p xi turent, '  Victoria, B. C. 23rd May, 1901.  NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT.  TBADEB   UNIONS,  "NTELSON SOCIALISTIC EDUCAIIONAI  ���*����� CLUB meets evory Sunday at 3 o clock p.m.  in the Miners' Union Hall. A cordial invitation  is extended to ever; one to come and take port  in discussions.  John Roborts, secretai y.  AUNDRY WORKERS'UNION Ol' NELSON "  No. 8591, A F.of L.���Meets in Minors' Union  Hall, C. P. R. Mock; corner of Baker nnd 8tan  ley streets, on fourth Friday in _every_ month at  p.m. sharp,    visrtrng nr  Federation cordially invited to attend;   C. Fredrick, president; A. W. McFeo, socretary,  Visiting members of. American  y in  Ai W.  Notice is hereby given that William Graham  Lillio and Thomas Lester Lillie. both of the Crty  of Nelson, In the Province of British Columbin,  trading under the firm name nnd style of Lillie  Brothers, Boot and Shoe Dealers, on Baker  Street, irr the City of Nelson, havo by deed bearing date of the 3rd day of June. 1901.a-signed all  their real and personal property, exceptors therein  mentioned, to Lewis A. Godbolt of rhe City of  Toronto, in tho Provinco of Ontario, commercial  traveler, in trust for the purpose of paying and  satisfying rateably and proportionally and without preference or priority tho credrtors of Ihe  said William Graham Lillie nnd Thomas Letter  Lilrio, and the said Arm of Lillie Brothers, their  jushdeb's.: '. .' .--,:_  '   .  The said deed wksexecuted by thesaid William  Graham Lillie and Thomas Loster' Lillio to the  paid Lewis A. Godbolt on the 3d day of June,  '901, and thesaid Lewi- A. Godnolt han undertaken tho trust, created' by the said deed. All  persons having claims against the said Arm of  Lillie Brothers or against' tho sard William  Graham Lillie or ngainst tho said Thomas Lonter  Liili** are required to forward to the said' Lewis  A. Godholt particulars of their claims duly  verified on or beforo the 10! h dayof Ju y, 1 01.,  And notice is hereby given that after rhe f-aid  10th d��y of July, 1901. the trustees will proceed  to distribute tho assets of tho cs'ato among the  parties ontitled thereto; having regard only to  the claims of which the said "trustees shall then  have had no: ice. and that tho said trustees will  not *ba responsible fo-' the assets or any part.  thereof so distributed to any person or persons,  llrm or corporation of whose debt or claim he  shall not then have had notice.  A meeting of the creditors will be held at the  ofllco of the undersigned on' Monday, tho 10th  day of June, M0I. at the hour of 2 o'clock in tho  afternoon, to decido as to the best manner of disposing of tho assets.      .   ��    -o ���  A further meeting of tho creditors will bo held  nt the same place on the 20th day of July, at the  hour of 10 o'clock a.m., to consider the trustees'  statement and report.  Datod this 3r<r dayof June. 1901.  GALLIIIER & WILSON',  V    Solicitors for Trustees.  ..-'���'    K.W.C. Block, Nelson, B.C.  CWDIAN^PAC!F!0^^!LWAY-CO.  and the  flELSON & FOrTT SHEPPW RY. GO.  "M-ELSON MINERS' UNION NO. 9<J, W. *. tf  *-~ M.���Meets in miners'union rooms, northwest corner of Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting mem'  bers welcome. M. It. Mowatt. l*Tehid��nt. .Tame '  Wilkes, Secretary. Umon Scale orr Wages  ���tor Nelson District'���Per -shift, machine  men, $3.50: hammersmon rrtincrs, $3.23; muckers,  cannon, shovelers and other underground labor-  era, $300. y  rpitADES AND LAHOK COUNCIL.-The regu.  ���*��� lar meetings of tho Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will bo held in the miners' union hall,  cornor Bakor and Stanley stroets,on tiro flrst and  third Thursday of each month, at 8 p. m. C. J.  Clayton. Pros.; A. T. Crrrle, Sec.   P.O. box 90.  v  rpHE regular moetings i  ���*���   are held on  Wednesday  s of the Carpenters' Union"  Incsday  evening of  each  the Minflw'- r"*4tr��*fi^oorr-_   rles  on  week, at 7 o'clook, in __ _  corner of  Baker aubV-Strnfley streets.   Charles  Clayton, President:   Alex B. Afurray. Socretary.  ���DARBEKS' UNION.-Nelson Union, No. liKJ, of  *���* tho International Journeymen Bnrbers Orr  ion of America, meets every first arrd third Mon- "  day of each month in Miner's Union Hall, at 8.3  sharp. Visiting brothers cordially invited to  attond. IJ, McMahon, president; J. H. Mathe  sou. secrctary-treasuror; J. C. Gardner, recording  secretary. ..--... * ,.       -  ABOR.ERS' UNION.-Nelson Laborero' Pro ,  tectivo Union. No. 8121, A.F. of L . meets in  Mirrors' Union hall, C. P. It. block, corner of  Baker and Stanloy streets, every Monday ovening  at7:30p.m.'sharp. Visitingmehrborsof theAmeri-  can Federation cordially invited to attend.  A. J. Curio, Presidont. John Roborts, recording secretary. 7  XTELSON PAINTERS' UNION-The regular  ���L' mooting of the Painters' Union is held  the first and third Fridays in each month at Min-  ers' Union hall at .7:30 sharp. Walter K. Kco,  President; Henry Bennett, Secretary.  OOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION-Regular  meetings every Tuepday evening at 8:30  o clock, in Miners' Union Hall, corner of Bakor  and Stanley streets. Visting brethren cordially  invit-ed. Chris. Luft, president; H. Smelser, financial and recording secretary.   :../  PLASTERERS' UNION-The O. P. I. A. No.  *. 1727 meots every Monday evening in the  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley Btreets, at  8 o'olock. J. D. Movnr, Toresidenoj  Vice, secretary; P. O. Box 616.  ���^\:\  - o *i'l_  .T _���%  * Ir*  William  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES  *r*l  *  NELSON LODGE, NO. SS. A. F. _ A. M  Meete second Wednesday ln each month  Sojourning brethren lnvlbed.    ���.  To the Purrr.rc:  It has been decided that irr future all chocks  made payable to tho Canadian Pacific Railway  Company or the Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway Company mu't be accepted by tho bank on  which they are drawn, and so certified beforo I  ran accept in payment of freight charges.  R. W. DREW  Nelson,  Agont C. P. R. arrd N. & F. S. R.  B. C, Juno 15th. 1901.  NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.  lit the matter of the ostate of Charles Davis McKen/.ie, lato ot tho City of Nelson, Uritish  Columbia, deceased.  Notieo is horeby given pursuant tn tho  "Trustees and Executors Act that all creditors  and others having claims against the estate of  thu r-rrid Charles Davis McKen/.ie, who died orr  the llth day of Fobruary. 1901. or required on or  before the 10th day of August, 1901. to send by post  frrcpaid or deliver to tho undersigned, admin-  Nlrator of tho cs'ato of tho said deceased, at  Kaslo, B. C, their Christian and surnames, ad-  dres-on and descriptions, tho full particular-of  their claims, the s'alementof their accounts, and  the nature of their securities, if any, held by  them.  And further tako notieo that after such last  mentioned date tho undersigned will proceed to  distrrbuto the assets of thesaid deceased among  l lie parties entitled thereto, having regard only  to the claims of which ho shall then have nniice,  and that ho will not be liable for the said assets.  or any part thereof, to any person or persons of  whose claims notieo shall have iut been received  by him at the time of such distribution.  Dated the lflth day of Juno. l'JOl.  ���, ,.)���-.' NEIL F. MacKAV,  Administrator of the estate of the said deceased.  CITY  OF NKLSON.      ~  Notice is herpby given that the flrst sittings of  the Annual Court of Revision of tho Municipality of tho City of Nolson will be held in the  Council Chamber at the city offices,  *" '  Wednesday,  o'clock a.m  July next, at 10  g  plaints agalrist the assessment as made by  the  for  10th day of  tho purpose  Nelson, on  y  of hearing com-  .   the  correcting the  assessor, and  for revising and  assessment roll.  J. K. STRACHAN. City Clerk.  Nolson, B. C, May 28th. 1901.  NOTICE.  Any persons octrng as trackwalkers or special  constables for the Catrndian Pacific Rarlway  Company during the Trackmen's strike are  respectfully notified that they are acting against  tho best interests of organized labor.  T. G.McMANAMON,  Organizer B. of R. T. of A.  Nolson, June 25th, 1901.  NELSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER No. 123  =GrRf C.=Mee'tt third'Wednesdav? Sojourning companions invited. Goorge Johnstone.Z.; E.  W. Matthews, S.E.  NELSON AERIE. No. 22. F. O. E.-Moet Becond  and fourth Wednesday of each month, ab  Fraternity  Hall.    Georgo  Bartlett, prosidont  John V. Morrison, secretary.  OOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O, T. M.���  Hold thoir regular meetings on tho 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.8.C.    NIGHTS OK PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge. No  25, Knights of Pythias, meets ln I. O. O. F.  Hall, oornor Bakor and Kootonay streets,  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.   Vis  oordlally lnvitoa to attond.  .            . ever ���  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.   Visiting Knlarbta  "     . .   H. M. Vincent C. C.  A. T. Park, K. of R. _ S.  ABOHITECT.  C. EWART���Architect   Room 3 Aberdeen  block, Bakor street, Nelson.  A.  SHERIFF'S SALE.  Provinco of British  Columbia,   Nelson,  West)  Kootenay, to wit:  By virtue of two writs of Fio*"l Facias issued  out of the supremo court of British Columbia af)  the suit of the Harvey Van Norman Company,  Limited, and Balfour & Company, plaintiffs, and  to me directed against the goods and chattels of  J. A. MacKinnon Sc Company, ��� defendants. I  have seized and taken in execution nil Ihe right  title and interest of tho said defendant, JT A  MxcKinnon, in the so-called Hampton group of  mineral claims consisting of the mineral claim*-  "Hampton,' "Ethel K." "Plunger," "Camp Fire"  and "Silver Bow," all situate up Springer creek  about eight miles, moro or less, from Slocan City  and recorded in the ouice of tho mining recorder -  for tho Slocan City mining division of tho district of West KooteDay, to recover tho sum of  thirteen hundred and eighty-seven dollars and  eighty cents (?1337.S0), amount of said writs of  Fieri Facias, ard interest on two hundred and  thirty-fix dollars and twenty-seven cents ($236 27)  at Ave per centum per annum from the 3rd day  of January, 1901, until payment, nnd interest on.  olovorr hundred and forty-four dollars and fifty-  three cents ($1114.53) at six per centum per annum frorrr tho25th dayof Mnrch, 1901, until payment, besides sheriffs poundago. 'officers.' fees  and all other legal incidental'expense*. All of  which I shall cxnos-i for salo, or sufficient thoreof to satisfy fuch judgmont, debt and costs, ab  my olllce, next to the court' houso. in tho city of  Nelson, B. C, orr, Fridayrtho 21st day of Juno,  A. D. 1901. at tho hour 'of' cloven o'clock in the  forenoon. ,    .,'.  Note.���Irrtonding purchasers will satisfy themselves as to intorest and - title of tho said dofond-  ant, '���''"'   "  S. P. TUCK,  ShorifTof South Kootenay.  Dated at Nelson, B.-C. tho Oth of Juno, 1901.  Tho above salo is postponed until Wednesday,,  the 3rd- day of July, at the same place arrd hour.  S. P. TUCK.  Sheriff of South Kootenay,  SS71  r  ��� .sswraK*""*"-'"*'" THE  TRIBUNE: NELSON, B a FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1901  SPECIAL    THIS    WEEK  RED, WHITE AND BLUE BUNTING.  Ladies' Corset Covers 18 cents. Ladies' Buttoned and Laced Kid Shoe-0,  the $3 50 line at $2.50. Ladies' Button and Laced Kid Shoes, the $2.50  line at $1.75.  No old styles.   All this spring's goods.  MUSLINS,   Etc.  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 curtains, 25 cents  now 15 cents.  Colored ��� Linen   Crash,   for skirts,  regular price 30 cents, for 20 cents.  "White Pique, extra quality, regular  price 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, the regular $5 line to  clear at $3.50; $1 line to clear at  $2.50.  Good Tweed Pants at $1.25, $1.50,  and $2.00.  BAKER STREET,  JJELSOJ*, B. C.  A. FERLAND  NELSON CLOTHING HOUS  NO    219   BAKER   STREET,   NELSON.  BOOTSI       BOOTS!       BOOTS!  For a few days only we will hold a slaughtering  discount sale bf 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. ff not give us  a trial order and you will be convinced. We have everything usually found ii a first class Drug Store, and that is  whatweclaimonrsto.be.   ',*.  4-  W.F. TEETZEL & CG,  VIOTORIA   BLOCK NELSON,   B. O.  a_tx_d_zxxzzxxxzzzzx.zxzzzxzzzzzzxxxxzzxziiizizxxjzizz_zimix:itizixxt��ixiixii��x_xi::zx_siij;.xi:ix��] tins  I THE   PROSPECTORS   EXGHANGEi  ��� '���I*   *..'..'.,*,.'._'.....'..'..'..'.    ��� T..T.���Tf.t..-..-..f..?..f..**.."..?.��  ���iTrtThTn',m' v'n'T*n"rrv'."v'r  �����** "���".-*  ���b      Mining supplies  and    general  ���b hardware, assayers' supplies and  ���b chemicals, di*rrgs and medicines,  *���!��� dry   goods   and   clothing,   boots  *���!��� and   shoes,   furniture   and   bed-  v ding, fishing tackle and station-  *���!��� ery, books and newspapers, gro-  ���!*��� ceries and provisions, fresh and  -:- salt meats, fruits and confection-  ���J- ery, cigars and tobacco, imported-  ���I* and   domestic   liquors,   in- fact  -b everything in the way of general  -I- merchandise, can be procured in  ���I- Nelson on Thursdays during the  ���I- same  hours  as  on  other  days,  ���b notwithstanding   all   reports   to  ���".- the contrary. ,  * -���..���-".  ���W--H"H"K--:-*'M":- *-HS"l~K-*-M-H  No. 4, K. W. C; Block,  NELSON,  B. C.  Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the Bxchanpre.  Free-Mllllh_t":Oold Properties wan ted at once for Eastern Investors.  Partlea having mining properly for salo aro r.'-iiret'ted to^rnd nam plea, of tlicfr ore to Uio 5  Kxchange for exhibition    We dotrrro to Iroar from all ���jrospoowr's.. h ho have proriii-slng mineral p  claims irr British Collirrrbra.                                                      -         '                       '      -           ' 'E  Prospectors and mining nrerrarc rcquosted to mako tho Exchange t.heir herul-juartors when jj  in Nelson.                                                 ' S  All samples should bo sont by express, Prepaid.   Correspondence .0Hcltu.1l. .                   ' K  Address all communications to.                                                                                      ��� g  Telephone 101 ANDREW   F.  ROSENBERGER, Q  *     P.O.Box 700 -       Nelson, B.C. |  xcnxzzzizzzzzzzzzxzzzzzxzz2zzz_z.Ti_xxzxxzixzzzmixnrTiixxTJiirixz7[ixxixiiixxixiixznxxixixizxxzxxDzzxi)  IMs  <fcOEflfl PROPERTY for $200 cash and  ���4>UUUU $2700 on terras to suit purchaser.  Grounds 120x100 feet. House with C rooms,  bathroom, pantry, closets, etc.; large kitchen  range and all modern convenience!-; 3 years  insurance included. Also, lot 50x120 feet On  Mill street'for $250.   Apply -  STRACHAN  BROTHERS  PLUMBERS.  !���-  I  LIQUOR DEPARTMENT  FOREIGN LIQUORS  A very full lino of tho=o. in'clnrlirrrf several reserved brands o hand. Shi' merits for Kootenay  arc mado from Wc'oiia. Addit'ons to our stock  aro boing t-orrrirruously received by sailing vessels  via Cape Horn,   , - CANADI an liquors  A sio^k of those embracing the leading brands  Is carried at Nt-loon ; thereby enabling quick dc-  liv ry to Kootenay buyers.  ANHKUSKIl-IiUSCH Beorand IlUDWEISEIt  Beer carried iu stock at is el o:r.  fl. P.RITHET& CO., Ltd,, VICTORIA- B.C.  A.  B.   GRAY,   Nelson,  P. O. Box 521.        K6oten**r Ilepresenratrv-e.  HU&HB.  Y  \l  INSURANCE.  REAL ESTATE  and MINING BROKER  MA  TURNISHED HOTEL TO LET  First class temperance house,  furnished throughout, to rent.  Property situated in a good locality.  Terms moderate.  Also, two-story dwelling house,  corner Josephine and Silica streets.  City water, etc. Terms $20 per  month. ���  For further information  Appiy_ h. R. Cameron  AGENT, BAKJSB STItEBT.  PATRONIZE YOUR  FRIENDS  During the Days of the Celebration  Tho followirrpr-unrrrcd hotilsaoU rcs^urantH in  Nelson are worthy Llio patronpf-o'ftf orgaurziid  labor and arc a*riong the best in the town:  GRAND. CENTRAL HOTEL, -   -X  Corner Vernon and Ward Streets.  BARTLETT HOTEL,  Josephine Stroet.  TREMONT HOTEL,   '. ���'  Baker Street, near Hall.  SILVER KING HOTEL,  Baker Street, near Ward.  LAKEVIEW HOTEL,          "' ���',,:��;���,  Corner Vernon'iind Hull Streetsc  SHERBROOKE HOTEL.  , Baker Street, near C. P.R; Depot.  DELMONICO RESTAURANT,   <  R. Hurry, proprietor. Baker- Street.  FOUNTAIN CAPE.        ���      ���.������... ���.-.<  George   Paqtrrtr,   proprietor*,   jBaker  "St.  Al}. tlio abovo employ whito help exclusively.  .. .r.r.: j.,p.. tore^t-el;   Secretary- Cooks' arrd Waitern! Union.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J, & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  In (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Otllco  on  Baker Streot, west of 8tanloy Street)  NELSON.  R. B. REILEY  (SUCCESSOR TO 0. D. ASHCROFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD  WORK***  EXPERT HORSESHOEING.  Special attention Riven to Jl klcds of repairing  and custom work from o-.taide .olnte. Heavy  bolts made to order on short uot.'ce. |  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Wanted���Three judges for a baby  show. Apply to Dr. David LaBau.  Captain Tatlow, M.P.P. of Vancouver,  left yesterday for a trip through the  Boundary country.  For sale���Four white rowing shirts  with blue stripes..'.apply..to Dr. McLennan, W. J. Somerville, J. G. Bunyan, o*  ''Senator" Rae.  Captain Troup's new C. P. R. ilyer,  the Hating;; knocked the spots off the  Seattle flyer, the Dolphin, on a-recent  trip from Skagway to Vancouver.  Tho iN'elson Gun Club held its regular  shoot" on Thursday evening. Clarenc  Goepel headed the score with 23 out of  25, Dr. Hall second with 18 breaks.  IT. H. Playford _ Co. commenced doing business yesterday iri the Madden  block, Ward street front. They deal in  tobacco and cigars of approved brand.*)  onlv.  The Canada Drug & Book Company  were -instructed yesterday tc wire to  Toronto for a 6-foot silk British ensign  for -the first prize for the labor union  making the best; turnout on Dominion  Day.  Tho bulk of the. mid-week half holiday .clerks.'; were .���' engaged yesterday  afternoon in decorating the windows of  the stores in which they are employed  the other* five and a half days in the  Ayeek.  The C. P. R. freight shed will .be  closed on. Monday in order to give -the  freight hustlers a chance to take in the  Dominion Day celebration, and local  shippers should govern themselves accordingly.  Arthur <_, Smith and Isaac Lougheed  have been appointed members of both  Lie licensing and police boards of Slocan. Mr. Smith is a member of the city  council and Mr. Lougheed a prospector  and mine owner.  R. H. Carley has been instructed by  the Centennial Mill Company of Spo-  ���kane to donate four barrels of "Gn'.d  Drop" flour - and one case of Wheat.  Manna as a special prize for any evi?nc  during the Dominion Day celebration  at. Nolrron,  ' Those who--propose entering forv the  decorated bicjcle competition on Dominion .Day should hand their entry  into the chairman of tire'trades procession committee before noon .on- Saturday, when th**. entries for the competition.will close.  Pierre Bros, subscribed $5 yesterday  to the celebration fund, which raises  the .total contributed by our ��� people to  $3272.50.. In addition to this some ?400 .  in cr.sh and articles of value have been  donated by "the wholesale, merchant**  throughout the United States and  Canada.  The Granite mill, which1 has bee.rrun-  ���ning for some time past on the Poor-  man ; ore, was. shut down on' Wedn^day.  A few men are still employed at the  Poorman on development and in making necessary .'..-repairs, but pending -the  reorganization proceedings now taking  place in London, it is not likely that  operations on the Poorman will be resumed for some time.  v/ord was received in Nelson yesterday to the effect that Jack Lowes'had  been   drowned   at   upe  Nome   shortly  after his arrival: Jack was well known  among the pioneers of Kootenay, having been employej for several years uy  -R._ E.,_Lomon,_and_ later_being_engeg_ejL  in-the ho..- business at Three Fork.**  and "other points in tne Slocan, and the  news of his death will be received by  .his many friends with sincere regret  "Colonel Jack" Egan'of the Rossland  ���Miner is. in town. He is now traveling  in tire interest of that paper and is on  his Avay to East Kootenay. "Colonel  Jack" when here had a conference with  "general Tom" Watts, foreman of The  Tribune: The conference was to decide  the point, which of the two had owned  the greatest number of newspapers in  the state of Nevada. Counting the Cor;  iune (Utah) Mail as a Nevada publication, "Tom" had one the best in thCo  coi'int..-'-.,-  '  'Mayor Carlsonof Kaslo was in Nel-  son.'y-Jsterriay. Hd-says that tlre"Ci.P�� R.;|  engineers are".laying, the. work  out so  fast on the Lardeau branch that he does  not'-Jfriow whether  he understands the  :grading business. -He has now some 300  men at work on the grade, but now has  room for "as many more. He says that  he  can  furnish  employment for  fully  <300 able-bodied men, but scissors grinders and street organ manipulators arc  barred. The C. P. II. people are making  every. effort to rush the construction  work as rapidly as possible.  Letters were received in Nelson yesterday confirming the news of the appointment of Andrew Leamy of Greenwood, as junior county court _judge. It  has not yet been ascertained whether  the new appointment is for the county  of Kootenay or for the county of Yale.  The confirmation of the news of the  Leamy appointment has come as a surprise to a number who thought thry  were in the know, and is said to have  beeh-in opposition to the recommendation of the member for Yale-Cariboo.  The success of Leamy is ascribed to a  personal influence which he exerted at  Ottawa.  Dr. Hendryx, who for several years  was prominently identified with the  Pilot. Bay smelter, and who still has  extensive interests in the Slocan, arrived in Nelson yesterday. In speaking  of the recent strike made ih the Highland tunnel at Ainsworth the doctor  said that he was not at all surprised.  Several years ago he undertook to launch  a  similar project  to  that  eventuali;*  undertaken by the Stevensons, but the  scheme was spoiled by the refusalof A.  W. McCune, who was a large holder of  property in the camp, to go. into it. .'.n  the opinion of Dr.. Hendry*t several  ledges will be cut by the Stevenson tunnel if it is pushed in far enough. "  The sale of the Archbold furniture  and effects was -not completed yesterday and will be resumed this afternoon  at 2 o'clock. This sale has br*err well attended from the lirst, and' there is a  great deal of staff to be worked off this  afternoon.  A prisoner named McKay, who was  sentenced in Greenwood to a term in  the Nelson jail upon a charge of vagrancy, has shown symptoms of insanity and arrangements are now being  made for his removal to the insane  asylum at New Westminster.  A meeting of the reception committee of the Dominion Day celebration  was held. last evening, when arrange-.  ments were made for the reception of  the city's guests. Committees were appointed to meet all trains and boats,  and stewards were also appointed to receive the visitors in the reception  rooms.  The ball game' between the dry goods  and the grocery clerks yesterday resulted in an easy victory for the grocers  by.a.score of. 25 to 14 in a five inning  game. The dry goods men banked on  Irving as a pitcher, but ho proved an  easy mark for the grocers, who rolled  up 10 runs in the first inning. A change  was made by the dry goods men after  the first inning, but the grocers had obtained too great a lead to be overcome.  A return game is on the cards, as the  dry goods men are confident that they  can win in another match with the same  men.  A meeting of the mine owners' association was held in the offices of the  London & British Columbia Gold Fields  Company last, evening which lasted until midnight. It is said that the situation at theVNorthi-ort. smelter was  among the chief questions discuss ad.  Among those In attendance were J. Roderick Robertson,. Frank Robbins of the  North Star: mine, H. B. Alexander and  George Hughes of Sandon, George Alexander of Kaslo, Bernard Macdonald,-Edmund B. Kirby and Thomas Mayne  Daly of Rossland, James Gronin of tho  St. Eugene mine, .captain Gifford of the  Silver Kins', and A. H. Kell_\  At a meeting of th. trades procession  committee last evening arrangements  were made, for the forming of the .procession as well as the order for the  same. It was decided to have the floats  line up' on Kootenay and Victoria  streets, from the corner of Kootenay-  and Bakor streets, .at 10 o'clock. The  decorated bicycles will.form up'at the  Phair hotel, and/ iii the rear of them  will come the comic floats. The trades  unions will form up "on Baker street and  will follow the comic floats. The route  of the procession will be from the corner of Baker and Kootenay . streets'  along Baker- street to Josephine, down  Josephine to Vernon, along Vernon to  Hall,* up Hall to Baker, along. Baker "to  Josephine, up Josephine to Victoria,  along Victoria.:to -'Stanley, down Stanley to Baker_ "and down' Baker and Hall  streets to the corner of "Hall, and Vernon "'trcets:;.' y   PERSONAL.  George W. Hughes ,bf the Slocan'came  in yesterday via Kaslo.  Miss J. Crease of Victoria is on a  visit to her cousin, E. A. Crease, oi this  Cttl".  Colonel J. G. Egan of the Rossland  Miner 'and"Colin C.- Brown "are'.registered at the Queen's. '  Richard Helmrich of Hamburg, Germany, is in Nelson. He 'represents large  smelting works in Germany.  E. Rammelmeyer, superintendent of  the Emily Edith mine at Silverton, is  down to see the celebration : and pay  his family-a short-visit.  Ed*,yard Cronyn: of: Greenwood A. - C.  Macdonald of Winnipeg, E.. J. Wilson  of Greenwood, P. F. Melheim of Milwaukee, ��� George Pfunder of Rossland,  and W.H. Jeffrey-of Kaslo are among  those registered at the Phair.  To Be Constructed Immediately.  ���-The-ministor-of-mines,-under_date_+of_  the 24th instant, writes the member for  Nelson riding that he has arranged that  construction of the mining recorder's  oflice building for Goat River mining  division be commenced at once. The  building .will be erected1 at Creston,   .  Dead.  James Macintosh,. one of the best-  known residents of Kamloops, died on  Sunday morning. He was a native of  Ottawa, Ont, where he was born in 1842,  and came to British Columbia in 1862,  when the Cariboo excitement was at its  height. -  IH. fcaAYFORD&CO.!  MADDEN   BI-OCK  NELSON.  AND   CIGAR  ^TOBACCO  to  $ MERCHANTS.  i��      '    ��� .-.:...������;  m   �� -���..  91  $ P.O. Box637. Telephone 117. ��  1*^ .:_*  AINSWORTH  LICENCE   DISTRICT.  Notice is heroby given that Eugeno Walter  and Frank Aquarire have made application under  the provision* of the "Liquor Licence Act  1900," for an hotel licenco for tire premises described as the ��JanrpbPll House at Howser. and  that a meeting of tho Hoard of Licence Comajis-  sionor- ot tho jVinsworth Licenco Drs riot wil  be hold to connirler such applicatiorr at the Court  HouRe at tiro City of Ka-lo on Siturday, the  thirteenth d ty nf July. 1901, at tho hour of eight  o'clock in the afternoon.  W. H. BULLQCK-WF.BSTER,  Oh'ef L'ccnce Inspector.  Ch'of- Constable's Ofllce.  Nolson. B. Oi, !*7tlr June. 1C01,  ���     _Jz_> jl ______ Jro  TELEPHONE 27  Store, Corner Bakor arrd Josephine Stioe  PAINTS, OILS 4ND CLASS.  GARDEN   TOOLS.  REFRIGERATORS     rubber ahd cotton hose.  POULTRY NETTING  Sole   Agents   for   Giant   Powder.   Company    and   Truax   Automatic   Ore   Cars.  asrsiLsoisr  STORES   AT  KLA.SI-0  if  S-A.D5TID03Sr  BUSINESS   MENTION.  For Sale or Rent.���Piano at the  Old Curiosity Shop.  For   sale���Ranch ' on   Kootenay  river, improved.   Inquire W. P. Robinson.   ���'  -To  Let���Furnished front room,  with or without board. Apply four doors abovo  City Hall, Victoria stroot. t .  Lost ��� White bull terrier   pnp..  A reward will be paid for its return to D. Mackay,  Silica stroet;Nelson.  For Lease���Palace hotel, Sandon,  B. C. Furnished throughout. For particulars  apply to Mrs. A. Eagan, Sandon.  . To rent���Office in the   Turner-  Boecko block, corner. Ward arrd Baker. Apply  to John A. Turner  ,  Japan Tea of all kinds  to suit  your tasto. Sun Cured, Spider Lee, Pan Fired  in bulk or packages.   ICootonay Cotree Co.  Furniture,     pianos    safes,    &c,  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J. T.  Wilson. Phone 270; Prober's Second Band Store,  Ward Street.  Gold, copper, silver, lead mines  and prospects wanted. Send report and samples  to the Prospectors' Exchange, Nelson, B. C,  Room 4, K. W-C Block.  D. J. Robertson & Co.,.Furniture  dealers, rrrrdertakors rind ernbalmors. 'Bay telephone No. 293. night 'phone 207." Next now post  office building, Vernon sti ctt, Nelson.  For comfort and convenience go  to the Ice Cream Parlors of J. A. McDonald,  Baker street, where every attention and requisite is supplied.  Any kind-of help furnished free,  Apply, write, telegraph,' or telephone Western  Canadian Employment: Olllco, Nelson, 'B. (J.  Telephone 270.  For   rent���House  on   Carbonate  street, between Stanley, and-Koot3uay street1*,  seven rooms, bath, hot and cold" water. Rent  $25.-.-..Inquire W. P. Robinson. "'..    ;  - Free milling gold properties.   We  are anxious to secure a few free nrilling gold pro-..  Serties at once. -  Tiro  Prospectors   Kxchange,  'ehon, B. C, Room 4, K-W-(>Block.   -   ,.��  That fine blend of Ceylon Tea we  are selling at thirty-cents per pound is (riving  ���the best of satisfaction to our: many customers.  Kootenay Colfee Co.  Scotch   Collies ��� Pups   for   sale.;  Color, sable; age, 2 rmor:thP; thoroughbred; par-,  ents registered; price,  815 each. . Two spayed  bitches," ��12  each.    Address:   Postolllco,  Jt-rio,.  B.C.   ,   -      _      .       .  .We   have   Indian, ��� Ceylon ���. and  China Teas in great variety,'choicest q"alrty.-  We make.a,specialty of blending-teas arrd sell  them in nny quantity at lowest rates.- Koolonay  Coffee Co  Pioneer Chop House���John Speari  proprietor. Opposite Queen's" Hdto!. Baker street.  Nelson. Open day at.d night Lunchcs-a fpec-  ialty. Pio'.i" and.travelirrg -parties sapplied on  shortest notice.  Notice to (*ontractor-"and others���  General laborers, gardeners, rook nren, etc., will  refurnished free of charge to all persons reonir-  rng help of this kind by applying t ci r he secretary,  Ntlson Laborers' Protective Union, Box,. 237,.  Nolson, B.C.  DOMINION DAY  DECORATIONS  Colored  Lamps   25c.  Kootenay Electric Supply  & Construction Co.  AUCIMN SALE  "���"'��� OF'V-AIj'UABLE  Household   Furniture  ���and Effects  Acting under irritrrrc'iona from Mrs. Archbold,  arr,d from Me 'srs. Archbold & Pearson, the undersigned wih offer for Rale by public auction, on  the promises on Bakor street, Dot ween Kootenay  arrd Fall streets,  TODAY,   FRIDAY,  AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.-  tho whole of Mrs. Archbold's very dcsirdblo  household furniture and effects, and Moisrs.  Archbold & Pearson's setvof mining engineer's  instruments and offlco furnishings, consisting of  KARN PIANO > '   ' .  MRXICAN GUITAR  VIOLIN (Stradlvarius)  PICTURKS A.T1J BOOKS       ���-..���������  SOLID SILVERWAhM  CROCKERY  BRICK-A-BRAC AND MUSIC  BRASS bKDSTE ADS  EASY CHAIRS ''  ."  CARPEiS AND RUGS  STOVKS..ETC.      ���  GUNr" aND FI3HING TACKLTB  MINING F^GINEEK'S INSTRUMENTS  OFFICE FURNITURE  All of which can be inspected on the premises  on the morning of the sale. ���  CHAS. A. WATERMAN GO.  AUCTIONEERS  Rooms 11 and. 15 K. W. C. Block, Nelson.  TERM3:  CASH.  FISHING TACKLE  IS NOT A NEW VENTURE WITH US.  We know your wants and have what you need. Our line is  too large to .enumerate, but a call will convince you thai: it is  the most complete in the city. ���  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  Imuorters .and Dealers In Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  OLD  SETTLERS'  NEW MAPLE SYRUP  _?:__���__   BEST "_>v_:^_.I3__  &  THIS   SPRING'S   SYRUP   IN    QUART,    HALF   GALLON   AND  GALLON    CANS.  KCf^'^ir^e.    JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  THE WORLD'S GREATEST     THE BIG MORAL SHOWS  WILL  EXHIBIT  IN NELSON  ONE  DjVY  Monday,    July    1st  ' PERFORMANCES AT  2:30 AND  8  P.M.  300     Performing  Animals    300  TRAINED  ELEPHANTS     TRAINED   ZEBRAS     TRAINED  SEALS  TRAINED MONKEYS     TRAINED PONIES     TRAINED GOATS  TRAINED DOGS     TRAINED  ELKS     TRAINED  PIGS  20     Funny   Clowns     20  SEE THE BIG NEW SPECTACULAR STREET PARADE MONDAY MORNING  L, THE   ONLY   BIG   SHOW   COMING  NEW   FEATURES NEW  ACTS  SOLD   THE   WORLD   OVER.  CRAVENETTE  COATS . . .  SERVE A DOUBLE  PURPOSE 4S RAINCOAT OR OVERCOAT.  MADE IN All  YLESTS . . .  TO FNSURE CETTINC  Fr.ltSTLYS SEE THAT  TKIVLA.BEL IS Ofi  EVERY C\RMEHT.  SOLELY COHTROLLED FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA BY  E. A. SMALL & COMPANY, Wholesale Tailors, Montreal.  Sole A^ent for Nelson J

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