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 f  'IkSJSS-lS&'ff:*^^  wm  Mineral Production 0/ British Columbia In 1900  $16,407,645  JL-l-'Tzi?  +*&,  :--*-'UlS-aS?iW|  VS-. v* "j, *-r &*fi7. I  7*-oi7,��i  Mineral Produollon of Kooteqay In. KM  $10,562,032  2-TtNTH YEAR.  NELSON, B. 0., TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  MINING  TAXES COMPARED  THOSE    OP    BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NOT  UNUSUALLY HIGH.  Arizona Charts Pour Per Cent, Montana Tbraa Per Cent, and British  Columbia Two Per Cent.  Much is said about the unfairness  of the British Columbia system of  taxing mining property. Last year  the Uuited Verde property iu Arizona was assessed at $000,000, paying a tax of $24,000. This year the  assessment wat> raised to $0,000,000  and the taxes will be $240,000. The  rate of taxation in Ai izona is 4 per  cent on the assessed value of the  mining property, and the United  Verde mine is a fair instance of  how companies evade taxation under that system.   Iu Montana taxes  ��� ou mines are 3 per cent on  the net  proceeds.    The mining companies,  . for the purposes of taxation, muse  lile an annual statement wich  the  *��� county clerk. Prom these statements little can be learned of the  inside of mining opeiations, ab most  of the companies give only the net  output. There are exceptions, however, and tlie following is the statement tiled by tlie Anicondn Copper  Mining" Com pany of Butte for the*  year ending April .'30th, 1901. The  iigures are interesting when compared with the figures  of mining  ; companies operating in British Columbia :  Cailles, assured general Sumner  that Clille-* was acting ia good  faith. Infante was previously an  irreconcilable, and though ho wui  tbe last to advise surrender, he told  geueral Sumner of his determination to bring in every gun.  Searching for Bodies.  New York, June 17.���Up tp' 1  p. m. today no more bodies^had  been fouud in the sunken ferryboat  Northfleld, though ifc is feared that  there are yet bodies in the lower  cabin, as there aro still two persons  unaccounted for. Two divers were  at work tod-iy on tho feirybont,  one searching for bodies and the  other getting rope and steel c-ibles  under the boat in ordi>r tu raise her.  Ic was said that it would take two  day-, to get ready for- the laising.  In the meantime the search for  human bodies will be kept up,  though the horses yet in tho boat  will he permitted to remain theie  until the vessel is above water.  /Tons of ore e\tractoi.  1.27(3 S9G.  Oros- jieltl per ion  ���J            11 20  Cost of minniK per ton  J '17  "  Total cost of mining  5,%%,071.01  Cost of transportation (27 miles)  per  ton  .15  Total cos t cf ti .inapoi tation  181,534 4S  Co* of icduuciou per ton  l.H  Total cost of induction  .'.2E3 720 70  Paid for 1 iboi  5.072. Ml 01  PuiA for machinery, etc"  4,78.), i'l'l.Td  - P.vel for fi eight   .       .    .  141,0 11 IS  ^ I'uscot ruEukuung               ,  . ..   2.0J7,115 75  * Gross proceOd** "-..'       *           - .  . .. 18,12S,5-)S 51  llecapltu'tttion���  CoMt of nuniog  .     ? 5.0G9.071 Gl  Vroignt on oro             * . . ..  l-li,oJi JS  Coilut reduction  .->2i>8 7'0 7'>  ' Soiling and marketing  .   ���-MJ07 115 7o  Total expenditmes  ?Uo>(i742 0U  Net proceeds                      . ������  .      5,o71,Mo 1)1  This one company produces metal  of greater value than all the mines  (both metal and* coal) of this prov-  -  ince, and pays more taxes than is  , collected from all our mines.     But  a comparison of its cost of mining,  transporting,   and   reducing   with  like costs  in  this  province shows  that conditions for mining economically are more favorable in British  Columbia than in Montana. Ic costs  ��� the   Anaconda company   $3.07  to  mine a ton of ore; 15 cents a ton to  haul ic from the mine to the smelter,  ' a distance of 27 miles ;  $4.14 a ton  for smelting :   and $1.58 a > ton for  selling and marketing.    Total $9.84  a ton on ore chat is worth $14.20 a  ^tour���This-leaves-a-net~pronc^of"  $4.42 a ton, on which the state of  Montana collects a tax of   3 per  cent, or 13 [ cents a ton. J  At the Ymir mine in this province, the cost of mining is $2.13 per  ton; milling 89 cents; tramway  charges 10$ cents ; transportation  20^ cents; salaries and office 22  cents ; contingent and general, 28  cents; and freight and smelting 99  cents, Total $4 84 a ton on pre  that is worth $8.88; a ton. Were  the system of taxation the same as  iu Montana, che tax'would be 3 per  cent ou $1.81, or 12| cents a ton;  but according to the British Coinm-  ,bia rate of taxation the taxes are  12.y cents per ton. The difference  is-au small that it does not appear  to be appreciable, and would only  be $94.03 on the output of the Yrnii-'  mine for the year; 1900. 7 ,;: ; "  Has the system of taxation: in  Montana driven capital out of that  state? If it has not, why should  the system "of taxation': iu'Btitish  .Columbia havethateffecton capital?  These questions will not be answered by the : howling dervishes  that edit papers like the Rossland  Miner.        - -   Filipinos Weakening.  Manila, June 17.���General Sumner has returned here from Santa  Cruz province, where he has been  negotiating for the surrender of  General Cailles. He: confirms the  dispatch of the Associated Press! of  Sunday, June "16th,'' announcing'  that the preliminaries of the surrender of the insurgent leader have  been arranged. ��� Cailles is collecting his scattered troops. Of cbese,  147 will surrender Wednesday and  the balance will-give chemselves iip  next Monday. Colonels Guerrevera  air.i Infante-'the. representatives 'of  Heavy Mortality Li^t,  " London, June 17.���Replying to  questions in the house of commons  today, Mr. Broderick, the war  secretary, said thero were 40,229  persons in the concentration camps  of the Transvaal and the Orange  River Colony. The deaths iu these  cam ns "for the month of May numbered 9S men and women and 318  children. The announcement of  the mortality was received with  ��� groans from the Irish members and  cries of "scandalous." .Mi". Broderick added that the authorities were  arranging for the release of the  women and " children * who had  friends to reeeh o them, but the  government could not undertake to  feed them in isolated positions.  FROM  PROVINCIAL POINTS  Japanese Got Judgment."7  Vancouver, June 17.���[Special  to the Tribune].���Okita, a Jap, was  this afternoon awarded $100 damages and costs in his suit against  immigration inspector Peter McAllister. Okita was- arrested two  months ago on his arrival from  Seattle on the steamer Mainlauder.  He was denied admittance! on the  new immigration law, being unable  to either read or write his name in  English. He was put ashore by the  ship's officers aud was immediately  arrested. Subsequently he was released on it heiug shown that he  had lived in Vancouver before and  was simply returning here. The  chief justice charged the jury that  inasmuch as the man was domiciled  here he would not come under the  new law of the provincial government. " T  Fishermen's Strike Probable. -  Vancouver, June 17.���[Special to  The Tiibune J���Fishermen and can-  _ners held-another��� final-conference  this afternoon on the subject of  rates for the season. Fishermen  submitted 12-, cents as the lowest  they would fish for, which the canners declined. Negotiations were  broken off, the canners withdrew  previous concessions nnd the meeting broke up finally with a probability that a strike cannot possibly be avoided,  William Burn?, a logger,, had  both legs broken in a donkey engine  accident this morning. ,  Stock Sale at .Ashcroft.  Ashcroft, June 17.���G. H. Had-  wen, secretary-treasurer of the  Dairymen's-and- Live- Stock-Association pf British Columbia, is in  Ashcroft to take, charge oltbeear-  ioadof high-grade bulls that'arriveel;  yesterday "from-Ontario. The lot  consists of 20 head of one and two  year old bulls, a splendid lot of animals. Fair prices will be realized'  and th�� stock readily sold, from the  present outlook, although the pedigrees were only sent out a day or  two ago, and many stockmen, notV  knowing the high grade of the  stock, will ��� not perhaps take the  trouble to come long distances.' One  of the animals-was weighed today  and tipped the scales, at 1J575  pounds, and is only "two years old.  Paisley of Chilliwack: is on hand to  act as auctioneer.  THEY REGISTERED NO KICK  Stolen Money Recovered.  New York. June 17.���A. M.  Townsend, agent in this city of the  Hong Kong and Shanghai Corporation, received a cable message today saying that the 250,000 Mexican dollars stolen from the company on May 24th at Singapore has  been recovered-in Ceylon. No-par--,  ticulars were given.  ��� *        ;  COUNCIL   RECEIVES   REPORT  COMMISSIONERS.  OF  Sunday Observance Aldermen Receive  It Without Debate and It Goes   *  on the Council File.  There was very little business  transacted at Inst evening'-* sesaion  of the city council. Ifc was generally understood that some discussion would follow the reading "of  tho report of the police commissioners on the question of Sunday  baseball in the recreation grounds,  but this proved to be ill founded.  The report was read and received  in solemn silence, and ~a resolution  1   *;  moved that it be received and filed."  This, so far as it goes, is an admission on the part of the majority of  the council that they^ made a mis-,  take in pushing, their narrow-gauge  policy too far. It' is now open to  those wlio want to play, ball on  Sunday, instead of going fishing, to  get out and do so.  The only other business  of importance was t^e, receiving  of, the  deputation from the public- library,  who Were after a municipal grant  ih aid of the library.    B. A. Crease  was'the spokesman  for"the*delega-  ,tion,.and he made,oue a strong^case  for tlie library. "He" explained that  the library was started three years  ago with', the  object of providing  good literature and reading rooms  for the large number of men'and  boys in the city who had no place  in which to spend their evenings.  That the library had succeeded in  this   was   shown   by   the   steady  growth in the attendance, .the^. figures for the past year showing;over  20,000 visitors.- The 'financial), side  of-fche question, however, had been  dit-appointing. During the previous  year there had been $1100 raised  for the maintenance of the library,  of which $500 had been subscribed  by the city council.   The results for  the present year, however, had not  been   so satisfactory, and rat*? the  present  time, the  directors  found  themselves'  with    only    $150, ( in  hand to carry the library on for  the balance of the year.     In view  of this the directors felt that if  some assistance   could not be secured   they   would   be  obliged to'  close the library up.-' It was 'only  this necessity which induced them  to come before the council and ask  f or~f urther assistance.   Therequest  which the directors had to make  was that the council should renew  the grant of $500 to the  library  which had been made last year.  Mayor   Fletcher   inquired    how  ~mu ch**was"req ui r ed- to  library for the year, to  Crea&e replied that last  upon $1200 were spent  nance.  Alderman" Hamilton  that an institution .with;such a  large patronage should receive conv  siderable support-from the* people  who patronized it,-but to ^this Mri  Bird replied that the library's .'receipts from this source;< had not'av^!  eraged over SO cents per.month;  The council was' favorably impressed with the delegation, and on  motion of alderman Gillptt,] seconded by alderman Selous,',\iWwas [decided to renew the grantee $500. .-^  - -.-TherewHfl a..f-��int'trac&:of" feeling  over the Sunday baseball matter  at the closej.of the^regular;.,business;v  Of .the" sess|9JQ|wh^  . Rhodes' Prediction.  Cape Town, June 17. ��� Cecil  Rhodes in his speech at Buluwayoj  Rhodesia, Saturday, June 15th,  when he predicted chat a federation  of the South African states would,  come in three or four -years, made  what is regarded in some quarters  as a bid for the premiership of Cape  ^Colony. After eulogizing the  action of^Rhodesians and Natalians  he said the only state he pitipd was  the <motber state, Cape Colony,  whose political and religious leaders  had incited rebellion. When federation came none,of. the other states  would have anything '.'to' do .with  her, and he was afraid the people of  his old state, who were running  about like sheep without a -shepherd, were coming out worst.  TRACKMEN'S STRIKE NOW ON  OFFICIALS   SAY   THE   MAJORITY  ARE STILL AT  WORE.  Manager McNicoll Takes an Optimistic  View and Thinks the Trouble .  Will Soon End.     '-  Mining supplios aridJ "general  hardware, assayers' supplies and  chemicals, drugs and medicines,,  dry goods and clothing, boots'  and shoes, furniture , and bedding, fishing-'tackle any station-)  ery, books and newspapers, gro-,  ceries and"provisions^ 'fresh,-and'  salt meats, fruits and confection-j  ery, cigars���and tobacco, imported1  and domestic liquors, in "fact;  everything Jn, (the. way fit general,'  merchandise, can be procured in!  Nelson, on Thursdays during thei  same hours as on other days.,  notwithstanding all reports to,  the contrary:/ -  '���  M'r.Ti,*iiT.iT..TiiT.    .TMT..,..T..T.>T..*.rTMTi.Ti.*.t'  MAY HAVE AN OCEAN RAGE  CUP COMPETITORS LIKELY TO BE  . ENTERED?' ' / \   ','  Sir-, Thomas Lipton. Favors the ildea  " > < j    -  '' '   and Thinks It*Would Be a <    *  -' .1   .      ,*'(���" . j  Great Sporting Event.  "finance-the"  which Mr.  yeaV close  in mainte-  suggested  asked-whaifc:8teps -were being .taken  by alderman Madden to remove (his  veraudah. I  * "Alderman Madden replied that it  tpoksome time to secure the necessary materials for "theputting id of'  theinew front which^he had decided  'upon and un til '���' stick'^were":' secured  he did not feel ihelihed'to'go to the  expense -of pulling ��� the verandah'  doyvh. a:.s it was Vbiiiilt: I into the  buildingf-7   ... '::'... '''' '"''''.C '"'" y7- \ ., ���  This explanation was" not: satisfactory to.alderman Gillett, -vyho  pressed alderman Madden ��� for particulars as "to whether ! he. had  placed an order, for. the materials  mentioned, to which alderman  Madden replied that that was none  of alderman Gillett's business.  Aldermau Gillett then moved  that alderman Madden be given  seven days in which to remove the  verandah in question. He received  no seconder to his motion, however,  and   the; matter - was: ailoived  to  drop.':     ,:....;.. '7...'::*  ���* * - ���     ' > \      >���, i  London, , June, 17.--Sir, Thomas  Liptou said to' a representative of  the, Associated Pres&p-'-"! -never-  contemplated an ocean race -except  under yawl rig. I do not .think1 ifc  would be dangerous then.'-; Indeed,  it might be a good idea if the owner!  of each boat'sailed on her.l For my  ,part I am perfectly willingto do, so.  So far as the masts go, I' would  leave that entirely to her designer.  If the idea is acceptable to the  owners of the Constitution, Independence sand Columbia, ^,,I> will  enter the two Shamrocks. _ I think  the race should be'divided into two  legs, the first to the Azores and the'  second to Falmouth. I hope something may come out of thir suggestion, for I 'believe it would i be  one of the best sporting events of  recent years."  ^ Would" Be' Dangerous.-       f ���  Glasgow,    June     17.���Captain  Hamilton,    who     navigated    the  Shamrock across the Atlantic, in' an  interview'with' a representative of]  ��� the.Associated. Press said -he���;cbn-  ! sidered- ib impracticableJ;to: carry  out the suggested ocean race "with  the cup yachts, carrying their. ge|ar.  "While, the hulls were strong enough,  and> the over-canvassing difficulty  : might: be met with; reefing, he believed that in the event of', he^vy  ���weather and cross seas "the^yachts  would, be in imminent danger of  jumping their big masts' outt-i The  ; great booms carried by * the cutters  were also liable to- drag in the seas,  causing a serious danger.   He sees  up reason, hovveyei'^why .the/graces  'Should not'be held If a yawl: rig is  adbpted-.with shorter: and. stouter  masts.;H .:.;.���.������!;,��� - : ;���.-.��������� .-���-.��� \ -=.7  '.   )  .,-       Exposition Visitors Injured. :  Buffalo, June 17.���Four persons  were more pr legs,seriously, injured  ih a street elli*| ^bllision which happened this afternoon at the corner  of'Main and Virginia' streets. -The  injured are Miss Sarah Sisser^ a  Pan-American visitor from Milcpn,  Tenn., legiitroken; Mrs. O. Kinsey,  a Pan-American visitor from New  Y.oi'k Citjt, leg severely wrenched;  E. Boseneau, badly bruised; F. ��� R.  Milling, severely bruised about the  body1.. Several: other people .received minor hurts and the trailer  in which they vvere riding was  wrecked:. An Elmwood avenue car  with a trailer, was just turjning into  Virginia street from Main street  when a Main street car.bound down  town crashed into the open trailer.  All the passengers were ^Jbrowa  ���jfi-oin the open car to the street.  There does not seem to be any  strike of the trackmen on the  C. P. It. branch lines worked from  the headquarters at Nelson. No  one, so far as The Tribune could  learn, has quit work, and none are  likely to, unless- they quic through-  sympathy. The men in Kootenay  are reported to have no grievances.  Montreal, June 17.���In reply to'  an inquiry regarding the strike I of  .trackmen 'this morning, Mr. McNicoll, second vice-president and  general manager of the Canadian  Pacific railway, said this evening  that-wbile some .of-the trackmen  had quit work the great majority  had not, and he fully believed that  within twenty-four hours the  trouble would'be over. Those who  had   gone   out   were,   no   doubt,  actuated by a   desire   to, redeem  ' i    i    'i i   ���,    <  their promises to the. committee  rather than by anyfeeling of discontent afc their treatment by the  company. As a matter of fact,' the  C. P. R. paid higher wages to its  trackmen than any other road 'on  this side of the line traversing  similariterritory. ' -1 , -.',*'  ' The wages paid east of Lake  Superior, for,instance,..'were' higher  than those paid by' the Grand  Trunk or Intercolonial railways;  the wages west higher than,' those  paid by the Northern' Pacific or  Great Northern.. New rules have  lately been put ih iforce'".forJ-tlie  purpose of removing _any possible  cause for complaint-that r might  arise.. Some of the questions discussed with the committee were of  such a^nature that long and careful  consideration would havo had to be  bestowed on them before they  could be put in such a shape as to  prevent them^ from becoming a  source' bf continual annoyance to  the men, as well as to the company.  Under the circumstances,' the best  of the men, those who have been in  the company's service/ for years,  were sure to feel,that- there was no  justification for the proclamation  of a strike.  Meanwhile the company's lines  from end to end of tlie system were  in splendid condition, and any number of new men were soliciting  work, the high wages paid by the  company being~an���attraction_even_  in good times like the present. On  being asked whether the question  of recognizing labor unions was a  factor in the dispute, Mr. McNicoll  replied: that jtwas not a factor in  the dispute so far as the company  was concerned.... The e-onditions attending work in the; track depart-;  ment differ from those in.other departments of the railway, and it  seemed impossible to formulate any  scheme that>wouid be workable.  Nearly every.man in the [more important branches,of theepmpany's  service is a member of one or other  of the railway brotherhoods for  unions, and no friction has resulted or is likely to result. The pi'es--.  ident, said Mrv llcNicoll ih conclusion, had made this very plain to  the trackmen's', committee, when  they called on him. :' ������ - <.  ; Vancouver,,f June, \7L_IJ--Twenty  provincial special constables' were  sworn-in today tp:,prOtect Canadian  Pacific bridges and tunnels.; in. cpnV  sequence of the trackmen's strike.  Every man|in;B?itisli,Cplui*Qbia has  quit worki ' ''By; tpm.brrp'w there  will be a track patrolman for every  section.        ...' .,':. . ��� '"' :������  Toronto, June 17.���A number of  the section gangs of the C. P. R.  have gone out on strike on the  Owen Sound section, but' on the  otherparts of the Ontario division,  which extends from Smith's Falls  to Windsor, the foremen generally  are. remaining at their, posts and  there is no difficulty anticipated in  filling the places of the strikers.  Probably the''Wrong. Man.  London, June 17.���Charles Lilly  White, who claims to be a naturalized, American, and,.who says he  has been in the United -States since  1885, but who was arrested in New  Zealand in November -last and  brought to this country yesterday  charged With being a man named  Arthur B. Latch, who is accused of  murder, robbery and arson, committed at Colchester,' Essex, England, in 1803, had his first hearing  today in camera, to the disgust of  a number of curious people,-who  crowded into the court room. The  discovery of relatives the prisoner  claims to have in Leeds presages a  breakdown of the government case.  Probably Lost.  Tacoma, June 17.���It is almost  certain that the fishing schooner  White Wings, captain John John--  son, owned-by the Icy Strait Packing Company, -has gone to" the'  bottom .with her crew of ..30 somewhere between the north end of  Vancouver island and Moresby  island. > The schooner sailed' from  Seattle just a month ago and has  not been reported since. It ordinarily requires five days to make fche  trip up the coast from the sound,'to  tbe canneries. Of fche men" ou the  White Wings about half were from  Tacoma,  the others,being Seattle  fishermen. '���  i   ��� ��� '      ���- ' ,  , Mysteriously Disappeared.  Fargo, N. D., June 17.���Dr. Edf  ward' E?ahs, a well known phy:  sician of this city, who was married  in January last to Miss J. Lewis of  Lowell, Mass, a former concert  singer, has mysteriously disappeared and all efforts to find a  trace pf him t have failed. Dr.  Evan" left his home on the night of  May ISth, presumably to visit a  patient iu the country. Since that  time all trace of the physician has  been lost. .         ,���       >-.  EASTERN CANADIAN NEWS  EARL RUSSELL A BIGAMIST  SEQUEL TO A RECENT MARRIAGE  IN NEVADA.  Witnesses From the Sagebrush, State  Arrive in London to' Prove  the Ceremony.  - i  ^ &��.  j-m-l  '*��� A*|  ��� ��� -,"*  "   >,$  v  . ��*���& i  " I - *  7'\��M  -v-4  Wired in Brief.  ,17.  BATHURST,   N.B.June  Sumner's   lumber   yard   was    destroyed by fire yesterday afternoon.  Loss $00,000. "���'        ' .    ���  TORONTO,'Jrin'e 11.��� The Telegram's   London   cable n announces  ,-thafc Mr.- Muloek - sailed . from <Aus-  , tralia on his homeward journey on  June ith, t .  SAULT STE MARIE, Ont., '.Tune  17.���The C. P. R. trains arrived  hero sharp on time and trainmen  report trackmen working as usual  on the branch.  TORONTO, June 17: ��� Local  astronomers report the re-appearance of sun spots noticed during  the recent wet spell, of much the  same general appearance, though  less in area.  ALEXANDRIA, Ont., June 17.���  The mutilated body of John Helps,  a miller of Maxville, was found on  the tracks of the Canada Atlantic  railway this morning between Maxville and Greenfield.  QUEBEC, June 17.���The body of  Arthur Toussaint, wine manufac-  _turer,_vviio-disappeared April-ISth,-  ha& been found drowned on tlie  shore of Little river1, St. Francis,  thirty miles below Quebec.  KINGSTON, Ont., June 17���  Mrs. Elliott, wife of Rev. James Elliott, pastor, of Queen street Methodist church, who was recently appointed -pastor of .the Centenary  church, Montreal, dropped dead  from apoplexy while , ironing on  Saturday afternoon.  OTTAWA, June 17.���The militia  department announces that checks  from, imperial war gratuity are  ready for the following men, whose  addresses the department is unable  to obtain : A. C. Beach, F. Dickenson, J. M. Labbnn and B. W.  Huckell, all of Victoria.  OTTAWA, June 17.���The government has appointed Dr. S, J. Mac;  Lean, professor of economics and  sociology, in. the university ' of  Arkansas, commissioner for the purpose of, investigating any-corn-  plaints as to discrimination iii the  matter of railway rates and charges  for passengers and freight.  MONTREAL, : June 17. ��� The  steamship Lake Superior on arrival  here had- nineteen stowaways, all  young boys, on, board. The police  caught ten of them and this morning they were sentenced to two  days in jail so. they- could get  ��� cleaned.up, when an effort will be  made to get something forrthem  to do;;  CHATHAM, N. R, June 17.���Epperson, the man who attempted to  killfjudge Bell and county crown  attorney Douglas' a few days ago,  and'was sentenced to five years in  th'e penitentiary at Kingston, broke'  jail yesterday, together with Frank  Adams, who was awaiting trial on  a charge of burglary. :.  i*t*V  ; <���-*!���  Kl  - fi-'  US*  : 7~&  - '   5  : ���}*"%*  "London, June 17.���Earl Russell..  was arrested today on a charge of  having contracted a bigamous marriage an; the- United ! States.; /The  earl'was met'at the,railroad station >���-  by detectives~with a warrant .and  was���taken to the Bow street police  court,   where   he    was ' formally  charged.   The nobleman appeared  to be quitef unconcerned.   While  earl Russell  waited in   the ante- ,  room the summons to appear, before ���  ,the magistrate the woman he mar- .  ,ried in America joined" him. --.The  earl was at a table, unconcerned,'  chatting   and   swinging' his   legs.  When the case was called a, repre- '  sentative of the public prosecutor"  said the prisoner was charged'with -  feloniously    marrying    Mollie   S.  Cooke in America on April 15th,;*', ,3  1900, while his wife Mabel, countess". 'At**t??'  Russell, was alive. -   -\ ^" ^*  . About   a   year   ago it was announced that  earl Russell had obtained a divorce in Nevada and .had  there married Miss Mollie Somer-  ville, daughter of the late George  Cooke  of - Comburnauld;"^Scotland.  Mr.'. Souierville had also.obtained ��  divorce 'in Nevada' from her hu8-  band,    George ���   J.-   Somerville,    a -  , Scetchman.   Later the earl and his  new countess went to England, and I  the   first   countess   threatened   to-  have the earl arrested' forv bigamy."  The prosecution proceeded to outline the eail's marriage* to Mabel <  Scott    (his    first *i countess),    the  separation,-, his    subsequent > tdis-  appeaiance from* England -with a  neighbor,' Mrs. Somerville, and-ther  discovery thac he and Mrs. 'Somerville were together in' Nevada.    On  April 14th,  1000,  earl Russell'obtained   a license to marry, Mollie  Cook,   otherwise   Mrs.   Somerville,  and  a judge  performed  the' .ceremony Api il loth.     Counsel for- the  eail pointed out that  Che  prosecution omitted to mention the divorce  proceedings instituted by his'iord-  ship in America.    In the event of a  conviction the case will be taken to  the house of lords,'as, earl Russell  is entitled to a trial  by his peers.  The   prosecution   announced, that  the   Nevada   district   judge,'  Mr.  Koelher, and witnesses ot 'the marriage   had arrived in England to  prove the ceremony.    Counsel, for  the   defence   intimated that earl  Russell, having secured a divorce in  America,_-believed_his_snbsequent���  marriage was legal.  Scheme of the Empress.  London, June 17.���The Shanghai,  correspondent of the Globe, telegraphing under today's date, .says  he learns in Chinese quarters that  the dowager empress proposes when  the court reaches Kai Fong Fui in  Honan to announce that the emperor has been killed by brigands  and that prince Tuan's son has succeeded to the throne. The dowager  empress will then establish a new  capital at Kai Fong Fu, which -will  be connected by railway with: Nankin. The contract for the railway  will be given to John C. Ferguson  of Boston, who, the correspondent/  understands, will sell the concession  to the Russians. The correspondent  adds that Ferguson is acting on behalf of Li Hung Chang and Lao  Tai Sheng, who hope to escape censure by throwing the blame for the  transaction upon Ferguson.,     :  12  A  V--;  /  ' -'fj  '#)'ki  .*���:  /��-  Won't Let Him Land;    ^  San Francisco, June 17.���An  appeal has been taken to the secretary of the treasury from the decision of the Chinese bureau, denying  a landing to Ong Shi, who conducts  one of the largest clothing stores in  the Chinese quarter of this city.  He has just returned from a visit  to China, and the refusal, to allow  him to land was based on , the recent treasury department decision,  which removes from the merchant  class any Chinese person who derives any direct income from the  employment of artisans. It waa  shown that in his store one sewing/  machine was operated for the manufacture of specially designed silk  robes for wealthy Chinese, and this  is held to come within the ruling  of the department.  '  fife  "KrvKS'i&Ts   yra?a I*  P ���  1,7     '  II''  *  If*  r "  ii,~*  i? ���  i  VSSSESSaSSSSSS  ��J��"TOi��A��,JBJfS-U(-l��ftT-.  vu^*gaasar-,��s?w^^  ^.��:3:*9a&4:*9*--(-*- W ***$��-��.��.*��.**:*-%  HUDSON'S BIT COMPANY  Incorp-rated 1670.  m  to  to  m~  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  q\  ^^_-'-s_:_S_:___e_:__^&SL:Sii<i<:^ \Ki  V>2*:^av5*v*;S--S--��:,  ^������^���.y.g;^:^.g.af-:g:g^:g:^--rc IW   "���^0X0*0\0rS-9'0  FORGET  How old you are.  ���"'- Forget your wife's name.  Forget how many children you have.  BUT DON'T FORGET  ThaUhe  Hudson's Bay Stores  (Telephone No. IS)  Offer ihe largest stock to select  from, the best va|ues, and the very  best quality in  Everything Obtainable  to eat, drink, or use.  THE HUDSOrSMT GOIPANY  "Strsi^t  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  J9\  ��to ��rtlmm  ���1-  **���  Mining  supplies  and    general , *  hardware, assayers' supplies arid *  chemicals,  drugs and medicines, *  dry   goods   and   clothing,   boots *r  nnd' shoes, -furniture   and   bed- *  ding, fishing tackle and station- *  . cry.,*' books,and newspapers, gro- ���{���  ceries and'provisions, fresh and _���  salt meats, fruits and confection- ���*���  ery, cigars and tobacco, imported ���}>  ' and   domestic   liruors,   in   fact -*���  .overy thing in the way of general -!���  , merchandise, can be procured in ���>  Kclfon on Thursdays during the ���>  name  hours  as  on  other  days,N ���*���  liotwillistandins   all   reports   to ���*���  the contrary.              ��� *j-  .<M��**4��H~H-**** ***'  No - member of the Dumrnuir  government gets so ranch fulsome  newspaper praise as the chief commissioner of hinds and works. It  ;is strange that so little of the praise  comes from Kooteriny.  ��� "What has become of the contractor for the postoffice building?  The Liberal Association of Nelson  is, seriously thinking of wiring J.  ,Israel T.irte to offer a reward for  inform-ilion that will lead to the  discovery of his whereabouts.  > ������; 'THE public library is said to be in  iieed, ;'bf , funds, and that if the  needed money is not forthcoming  the- institution will have to be  closed. .. Tiie \ Tribune timidly  suggests-that those who use the  library should contribute something  towards its maintenance. If an  ���admission fee of five cents was  charged, one thing would soon be  demonstrated, that is, that those  who use the library are willing to  help keep it open.  -^���Aijr>BnMAN-GiLjijETT-says_tbat_he.  .did not. subscribe to or endorse any  portion of the platform issued by  'Frank Fletcher in- the last mnni-  -cipal campaign.     More: he says he  never, voted for Frank Fletcher and  iney.er. intend.-* to.    The fair-minded  ���people ;of   Nelson   are not at all  '\!-an'*4ioli-i|"to   know   how   alderman  "'Gi'lleHiC' ln's or will vote on political  'question*1;' but, on the other hand,  , .they     are    unwilling   to    believe  that Mr. Gillett was made au alderman merely lo give him a chance to  oppose their views on questions of  personal freedom.  The   time has   come  when  the  ,'.-prbvjinee'.pf British  Columbia will  not be dictated to by the people of  VictorU    and    Vancouver.      The  people of these two cities  can  no  'longer sway public opinion through  .packed   mass  meetings. . This was  ��� clearly shown at the last session of  * the legislature; Mass meetings were  ;'h'eld in- Victoria and Vancouver  '"with the, object of coercing the  ,.'legislature, ,but the meetings had  about as much effect on the  repre-  ���' sentatives of the people as if thi*y  ''had been held in Skagway or Cape  . Npine. It is the passing of Victoria  .': and; Vancouver as political factors.  .. Both arc has beeus.  t: 'Mosy. iOf the merchants who  foolishly .went into the Thursday  Closing Movement are very sick of  the whole business, and would like  to break away from the combine,  but they are afraid of the supposed  influence of the clerks' union.   The  runinr It is no longer a question  'EMPIRE of Ptn and Sword which  T��rVnimiTrn is-the mightier; the de-  T YPEWHITfcR b ..to row is as towliether  tho Empire Typewriter is  mightier than the Maxim Gun, with the.argument all in favor of the Empire. Today the  Typewriter is an absolute necessity to many who  n few } ears ago did not dream that thoy could  ever require it. Its use is rapidly becoming  more extended und with l eison. No one having  business wiiting or correspondence to do can afford now to bo without a machine. If you wUh  to operate the macluno youiself very lit. le practice on the Empire will make you proficient and  able to writ-) more rapidly, moro legibly and  with infinitely lesi phy<i*cal and mental eflort  than with t o P n. The Empire is tlio ino-t  perfect of tj pew iters.  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. Ltd  the American, the Brltiyli and the  British-American. The ottlcirtlBh��-re  are hopeful that the present week  will witness the close of the negotiations on the subject of indemnity,  though it is possible that a further  plight delay mny occur through a  yielding to the desiro of one of the  ministers to be allowed another opportunity to consult with his home  government. Once the subject of  indemnity is out of the way, the  withdrawal of the foreign troops  from China will progrt-ss with  rapidity. But there are still several  other matters of the first order of  importance to be finally adjusted  by the ministers, and one that i��  expected to give the most trouble is  that of the arrangpiiipnt of new  trade treaties between the powers  and China.  Value of the Tael.  Paris, June 17.���A disputr-h received at the foreign oiTwm her'**  from Pi-kin says that at the end nf  the meeting of the foreign ministers  there Saturday two points remained  to be settled, firstly, fixing Upvalue of the tael, whicli is tending  to depreciate and is now reckoner!  at 4 francs 70 centimes;. s<-< -  ondly, the claim advanced by com -  tries whose credit in low, such ax  Russia and Japan. They wish to  be allotted proportionately a larger  number of bonds -than the others,  because they are obliged to pay -a  higher rate of 'interest. ,.; This  suggestion did hot evoke .enthusiasm among the representatives of  the other powers and may give rise  to considerable discussion.  ______ 0K^sati 4||1'4B -^VBr-44t*t "**4ft.J**fiH ***m*0Bt -f^fr-***Bir> *���*������>-*(fin-> <i*tttt��.^m�� ''���Utt* tfAte. fl*nii  ^���i    40^^0m^ 4*lav-4QSb' 4-***a*-ttBw Mft-fc   Bii.    Jjd-awrfUte*- *v_\___r0t_____, 0__\___- <^^.*_  ^^P-0^ - 00-^Si t^*^ tmfg -00^ ^00-00" 007^ 7?0^i0 7%,        gj* 3T.^-. -ST.^ Sr.-Sr. -ST.^: *Sr.-5?- -^-SS~- CU"^ ���SP'-*^^  m  to  9}  BUTTEEICK  PATTERNS  ixxxxnxna  i  H  w  to  _ ixxxxxxxxazxroaxxz  36 Bakep Street, Nelson.  :CTTTITTTrrTTTT7rTTTnfTTTTTTTTTll.r..��TT  JUKE DEUNEATOR  NOW READY  ^tirmtmrTTmT:iiiiTTTTT?miTriTT  to  Cotton  and  rxTti  9S  to  9}  -A.T  "VT'OnsriDERE-TJLL'y  LO'Vvr   I'E.ICEIS  louses %  to  to  to  to  9Y  9\  FINE WHITE LAWN WAISTS���A large range  of the prettiest styles shown this season,  trimmed in a variety of effects, with hemstitching, tucking, and embroidery, or  lace....... ...... ... ...$1.50 to $5.50  PERCALE SHIRT WAISTS���In all the popular;  styles...    ..........;.:.....75c to $2.00  BLACK   AND   C0L0R.ED   SILK   WAISTS ���We  have about twenty, made up in a vi��ri��-ty  ��� if styles and in  value.s that  rango   front  $4 50  to $S to .cIohm  out,  maiked   down'  your choice  .. .  .$2.50  WHITE LAWN WAISTS���Dresny waists" with  inserting^, tucks oi; alhiver embroiilery,-  plain or pleated tucks..... $1.00 to $2.50  BLACK TAFFETA���Surplioe front with tucked  or corded shield, also hemstitch or cluster  tucks, puff," bishop or fancy sleeves, ami  button finish   $7.50 to $15  LIBERTY SILK WAISTS���Black and colored,  snine style as above, conies in light blue,  old rose", cream and black  .$5.50  to  to:  9}  to  9\  9}  Pianos to Rent.  NELSON. Tt. C.  clerks' union if it in any way interferes with the ordinary conduct of  business will be doing something  that no' other union has found it  necessary to do. -Unions generally  allow members to work overtime,  provided extra compensation is  given for the overtime. No doubt,  the clerks in Nelson are overworked. Some of them even get  down as early as eight o'clock in  the morning, and are compelled to  remain until six o'clock in the  afternoon. These men should ask  for overtime on ��� Thursday afternoon, and if it were granted thera  by their employerp, how many of  them'would care to take the recreation that they claim they are so  badly in need of?.  The Filipino Way.  Washington, D. C'June 17.���  A   Philippine   mail   brings to the  war   department   the   records    of  cases wherein Filipinos  were  tried  by military commissions on charges  iucluding   murder,   kidnaping, assault and battery, burglary and violation of the rules of war.   An especially notable case arose out of  "the~operations  of a famous-oath-  bound band of Filipinos called the  society of the  Sandathanas.     The  principal   oflicers   of   this society,  next to a triumvirate of chiefs, are  a   chief   executioner,   an assistaut  and  a requisite number of  grave  diggers, who participate  in. the appointed work of  the  bauds'.      The  leaders select their victim,  capture  and carry him away iu the night to  a   secret   rendezvous   on  a sandy  beach   covered    with    tall   grass,  where   tho   diggers   already  have  prepared the grave.     Here in the  presence   of   the   assembled   band  helpless men and women from time  to time have been stabbed to death  and tortured in  the graves.     The  members of the band then disperse  and trust to the rise and fall of the  nearby water to hide the evidence  of their ghastly work.     Ten members of the band, iucluding two of  the chiefs, were tried before a military commission and eight of thera  were sentenced to be hanged.     In  approving   the   seutences    general  MacArthur says  to  the' reviewing  authorities:   '"It   is   evident    that  there can be no hope of peace for  the Filipino people, nor security for  lives and property, until they shall  learn to unite against all  bands  of  murderers    and    assassins    under  whatever name they shall  assume,  and come to the assistance of the  officers in  their   determination to  bring them all to justice."  Nearing the End.  Washington, June 17.���A cablegram has been received at the state  department from special commissioner Rockhill fully confirming the  Associated Press report from Pekin  to the effect that an early and complete settlement of tho indemnity  question is expected on the basis of  the proposition variously known as  CALEDONIAN LIQUEUB  IN THISTLE AND SHAPED BOTTLES  Is the   Leading   Scotch Whiskey.  Ask For It.'  R.. P. RITHET & CO., Ltd,, VICTORIA- B.C.  Solo Agents fur Biitisli Columbia.  A.  B.   GRAY,   Nelson,  P. O. Box.V21. Kno^fitiRv rtoiiresentative.  ENGAGEMENT  RINGS . . .  There is always a large  demand for this style of  ring in June.  WE  HAVE THEM  And you may select a good  ring without paying an exorbitant price.  BROWN BROS.  Opticians and Jewelers  MANHATTAN SALOON  uiiiiiiiauiiminmi  CXZTIXZZZXXZZXIXZXZXXXZXXXZXXXZZZZXZZXXXXXXJ  . a  a MAIL ORDERS ��  a PROMPTLY a  to A FINE LINE OF MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR*  to  to  11   js   \   Fred Irvine & Co.  36  Baker  Street  FILLED  tttizisixriiiirixtxijirxiiixiiixiitiixiiiTit  W^��^^^�� 0��0 * 0^^ ��� 0^0 ��� 00 ��� 00 * 00 ��� 0^0 * 00^ * 0^* ��� 0^* ��� 010 ��� 000 ��� 1^0 ��� 0& ��� ^^ ��� 0^0 ���  ^*0i  W_WWt *^^t_Xw 0O_\XXw '���^W'^UP <^p^9 -~^v-^MV       m*  ���^��r ~^*_w -^wr -^m* -00t  00 700-00 t^t^Si - <0- 00 ' 00' 0* '<**��� 00 ��� 00' 00' *0 ^0  to  to  3"?/  KOOTENAY I...  COFFEE OO.  Coffee Roasters  Driers in Tea and Coffee  444444444444^-rr(^(fc((-fr(-fr  "We are'offerinK at lowest; prices the best  gnideH of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teap.  Our Best-, Mocha and Java Coffeo, per  , , pound f  40  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds    1 00  Choice Blend Coffee,! -lomids , 1 00  Special Blend Coffeo, 6 pounds    1 00  Rio Blend Coffee, 6 pounds    1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound      SO  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  . Telephone 177.  P. O. Box 182.  WESTIBAKER STREET, NELSON.  FISHING TACKLE  WE  HA.VE THK BKST  PLIES AND  THE  BEST LEADERS MADE.  Domestic  and  Imported  WHISKIES  WINES  ALES  STOUTS  CIGARS  Domestic  and  Imported  B  E  E  k  S:  ANHEUESER-BUSCH  *���  ' HL'ljOUlrt.  ' PABST  ::- "Milwaukee.  ���-'���  CALGARY' r  ' Calttary.     '  REISTERER & CO.  Neltion.  GOSNELL  Nelson.  B  E  E  R  S   Minnows, silver and sold and Phantome^^  Silk  Lines  Landing Nets  And a splendid.line of all Ashing requisites.  NEW FIRM  NEW GOODS  PRICES RIGHT  J, G. BUNYAN   &  CO.  FURNITURE   DEALERS.  Have opened up the newest and most up to date stock  of Furniture ever displayed in Nelson.    Call and see our  China Closets  Secretarys  Ladies' Dressing Tables.  Parlor Suites       Roll Top Desks  Side Boards  Bedroom Suites  Typewriting Desks, Iron Beds, Etc.  W��*st Baker Street  Nelson, B. O.  J. G. BUNYAN & CO.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  K.-W.-C. Block.      Corner Ward and Baker Sb*  B.B.REILEY  ��� (BUCSESSOR TO H. D. ASHCROFT)    i  BLACKSMITHS   AND , WOOD  W0BK��fJ*  ���'���'7 EXPERT H0R3E8H0EIMG.  Speolal attentionitlvou to ill klndn of repairing'  aiidciiHtoin work from ov��lde poluffl.. Heavy  holt�� madn tio nrdnr on nhoi' notioe, ���   :  JOSEPHINE   STREET.  NEAR   BAKER.  R. REISTERER & CO.  (n-tKWXRB AND BOTTLBBO OF  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE�������� ���  AND PORTER  Prompt) and.,  -|*llv*rr to"  r knUt.  1><*wery at NpIhoii  FREE   HOT   LUNCH  FROM 12 to 2 O'CLOCK  AT  THE  ATHABASCA   TODAY.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TRBMONT HOTKL BLOCK.  ;Large stock of high-clasn '.Imported Kooda. A'  ipoolalty ot the nauare shoulder���the latest  -Jnohlon tn (WintiR.   .'' v>JnV.'     ���'���    .   , ,  WHOLESALE TRADE  DERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE & CO., LIMITED.-Corner Vornon  and Cednr wtreeta, Nelaon, munufacturers  of and wholosale dealers in ��n ated waters nnd  fruit ayrupa. Solo aKfnts for Halcyon Sprlutcn  minural water.   Telephone 60.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.      ^  TJTT  F. TKKTZKL & CO.-Corner Baker and  vv ���   Josoptilne stroetK, Nelson, whoVaalodeal  aw in   asatiyei'-*  miyipliofi.   Agronta i0r Denve  Firo Clav Co. of Donvor. Colorado.  COMMISSION   MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVAJs'S & CO.-Bakor atreet, NelBon  ��� wholoHnle dealorn in liquors, cigars  cement, flie brick and tire olay, water pipe and  stoel rails, and genera] corumiHiion merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTKNAY KLKCTRIC SUPPLY ��t CON- .,  ST K UCTIO N COMPAN Y-WholeHale deal- * &  ers in lolephoues, annunciators, bells, batteries,' ',  tlxtnren, etc., Houston block, Nolson.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN-KKB MILLING COMPANY  ���CBreals, Flour, Grain, Hay. Straif?hti or  mixed cars shipped to all Kootenay Points.  Urain olovatorH at aU principal points on CalKary-  Kdmonton R. R. Mills nt Victoria. "New West  minster, and 'Kdmonton. Alberta.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P    BURNS &   CO Baker   atreet),   Nelson.  ���   wholesale dealer.) iu fresh and cured meats.  Cold unorace.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.-Corner Front and  ��� Hall Htr����r��, wholesale grooers and  'obbers in blanket.1*, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers.  wacklnawH and tnlnnri*'sundries.   KOOTKNAY  SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMI- ,  TKD��� Vernon   streot.  Nelson,   wholesale  grocers.  TOH.N CHOLDITCH "z CO.���FrouO einn-eu. Nel  '���'    son. wholesale grocers,  T   Y   QKIFKIN  & CO.���Front Mloreet), Nelson    .  "-* ���   wholosale   dealers   in   provisions,   oured [|  meats, butter and eitics. '  aARDWAfiE_AND_MINJNG SUPPLIES.  HBYKRS te CO Corner Baker and Josephine  ��� streeta, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and minlnft sucplles. Aarents for Giant  Powiler Co.  r.'AWRBNCK HARDWARE ' COMPANY 7  *-J Bilker Sb., Nelson, wholesale dealers in!  hardware and mlnlnR supplies, and -water and '  nlnmbers' supplies.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER, BKF.TON & CO.-Corner Vornon \  and Joeephino streets, Nelson, wholesale '  lealers ln liquors, olgurs and dry goods. Akents ,  'or Patwt Brewing Co, of Milwaukee and Cal '  <ary Browln�� Co. of Calvary. !j  WINES AND CIGARS  n ALIFORM A WIN.UJ COMPANY. LIMI  V-' TB1>���Oorner Front and Hall streets, Nel  ion, wholesale dealers In wluas (ease and hnHr.4]  LARGE  FOR   SALE  ; V,:��"s  ���" ���<*;"'  OR  BOAT  FOR   RENT  TRE1PONT HOUSE  321 TO 331 BAKKR 8TRKET. NELSON  Everybody   Welcome  NOTICE.  Notice is herehy -jivi-n that the undersigned  T. B. Mn'y has this day transferred to the undersigned. Jo 111 Plumper-}, his b.irber business at.  Nelson The said J hn Binmhortf assumes and  wil pay all the liahilii io< ��� f tin; said barber bu.M-  no' from the I2lh day nf Juno, imi; and ��U tho  llahi iti"s in ior to that date will be paid by the  said T. U. May.  Dated this 13Lh day of Juno. 1P01.  T.B.MAY.  JOHN BLOMBERG.  House Boat completely furnished for .rent by  tho week or month on most reasonable terms, or  For Sale at a Bargain.  This is a good investment for a man who could'  look after same and personally take out tourists  and lishing parties.   Apply  T. Q. PROCTER, Baker Btreet.  CARPET CLEANING  NEW PROCESS..  ]>ave oders at Bootblack 8taud at McAr-  thur'o corner.   Work guaranteed,  B. T. SBUTH.  MEALS 25 CENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated by St��am 25 Cents to $1  4MERICAJT AND EUROPEAN  PLANS  QUEEN'S  BAKER 8TRKBCT. KELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  SVJadden House  Baker and Ward  Bbreetu. Neluon  MODERN  CONCENTRATOR  11)0 Tons Capacity.  LEDGERWOOD   HOIST  ELECTRIC SINKING PUMP:,.]  ONE PAIR 8-INCH and ONE;  PAIR 16-INCH WATERWHEE;is!  And Othe   Plant. M'.i".7  ;  FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO  Lar��a oomfortable bedrooms and  flrsfrclasa  dlnlnn-ioom. Bample zooms for ooimuerouU men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  Nlrs. ��. C. GlarKe, Prop.  JLATS Or THU. HOVAL MOTJtl^ UALttAHV  The only hotel In Nelson that has remained  under une management since 1880.  The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by eleotrlolty.  The bar Is always stocked by the beat dom a-  trio and Imported liquors and olgara.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. MCMANU8, Manager  Revelstoke  Station, B.C.  P.O. BOX 172  Bar stooked with best brands of wlnea, liquors,  and Cigars. Beer on -draught. Large comfortable rooms.   BlMbKjliuu table boa d.  A. B. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR j  Corn or Vietorta and Kootenay 'Streets.      I  P. O. PotW. TRTjUIPWONF VO   ���� '  REWARD.  The undersigned will oiler as a reward for (he  recovery of the body of Lof-llo "Wilson, the 12-  year-old boy drowned off the tug Halys oii  Sunday, Juno 2nd, the sum of twenty-flve dollars,  Pilot Bay, Juno 13th, 1301,  DAVE CLARK.K  ������-r ateasa&iE^^  ft  ���ajjsjgsgsssfisBSSsisS'  ffi5*i^f*sgSfflii*fgrBaj^^  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  RMST         7,000.000.00  UNDIVIDflD PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. Georgo A. Drummond Vice-President  K. S. CloiMton .....Qeneral Manager  NKLSON BRANCH   ���  Corner Baker and Kootenay Stroets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branohos In London (England) New York,  Chicago, and all the principal oitles ln Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Kxchange and Cable  Transfers. .   ���       .     ,   _   _,.  Grant Conimorcial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of tho world.  Drafts Issued. Collections Made. Eta.  THE CANADIAN ^  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH which' is amalgamated  THE  BANK  OF  BRITISH . COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE:  TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  88 000.000  -      ���   $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $05,000,000.  Robt. Kllgour,  Vice-Preiident.  Hon. Goo. A. Cox,  President.  London Office, 60 Lombard Street. 19. O.  New  York   Olllce, 16   Exchange   Place.  and (b Branches in Canada and the  I'nitud States.  IIPEBIAL BANK  -���"assc^a^--^^^  SEES  HEAD  OFFICK. TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  S2.500.000  $1,850,000  U.S. ROWLAND...  b. 11. WILKIK   K. HAY    President.  .,General Manager,   Inspeotor.  Saving's Bank Branch  CURRKNT RATK OK 1NTKRK8T PAID.  -M"K-*-K"W~K--!-' -K-*-K~!"KM"K-'M-  Mining supplies  aiul>  general ���*���  hardware, assayers' supplies and ���!���  chemicals, drugs and medicines, *V  fdi-y   goods   and   clothing,   boots ���!���  and   shoes,   furniture   and   bod- ���!���  ding, fishing tackle and station- ��������  cry, books and newspapers, gro- ���>  ceries and provisions, fresh and -I-  salt meats, fruits and confection- ���!-  ery, cigars and tobacco, imported ������$���  and    domestic   liquors, ���ln   fact -I-  everything in the way of genei-al '!���'  merchandise, can be procured in *'���  Nelson on Thursdays during the '->  same  hours   as   on   other   days, -!���  notwithstanding   all   reports; to ���'���  the contrary. *l*  ������...'-. *  .!��.Vt..m..w..!..!-.j..j~j. .j..[~j..j..;~��..;..;~j..j..;.^..t.  Wi"i"l"l"i"  TELEGRAMS IN BRIEF FORM  From Various Sources.  NEW YORK, June 17.���Thomas ��� ;ur-  tis Clr-rke, coiisiilting.euginoei- and export -.if the Ai.icrlnair'S'K-ipiv of Civil  Engini'Oi's. is d< :nl at his heme in this  city.  NYACK. N. V.. June 17.���Will-am  Teirell. i.olorcrt. shot and Killed George  Manley at Haverslraw hist nii-lit. Terrell escaped. The men cruanellerl vl.ilo  playing cards.  - CLEVELAND, Ohio, June 17.���A". H.  Smith, now first assistant to p-enci-al superintendent P. S. Blodgett of the Lake  Shore, is slated to succeed Mr.- Blodgett,  who has been made general superinton-  ,   dent of the Now York Central.  WILKBSBARRE, Pa., June 17.���  About 1000 boys and men employed r.t  the Broderick collieries of the Temple  Coal and Iron Company struck today  because tho company ������(������fused to d'P-  c.haigo three non-union nii.-ers.  LONDON. June 17.���The anxiety lelt  here reganlinc the condition of cv-gov-  rtrnor H; S. Pingree of Michigan, v.-bo is  suffering from a se\ore attack of dysentery, is'in no way allayed this morning.  Mr Fingree is slightly weaker than he  - wa--.yesterday.*  NEW YORK, June 17.���In racing  circle-:., iu Eneliad, says the Tribune's  London correspondent, it is said that W.  C. Whitney's gills to Hua:��ins and,1o  Lester Reitf in connection villi Volody-  vski's victory in the Derby were ��2000  and ilK-i'ii. i-ospoctively..   .    ;  ATLANTA, Ga., June 17.���A special  from Newport News, Va., says: Striking machinists of.the Newport ��� News ���  Shipbuilding: and Dry Dock Company  have not returned to work and the immense plant will be closed down at'G;  o'clock tonight in accordance with tlie  company's ultimatum. This will throw  7000 employees out of work.  NEW YORK, June 17.���Rumors of the  early   retirement   of   lord   Pauncefote  have been started by his arrival in London,' with his family,'.'says-, the'Tribune's  London correspondent; It is said., as it.  ��� lias repeatedly been said before, that he  vould not remain in the diplomatic service for many months, as he is now 73  ���years old and'has certainly earned a  rest from his heavy responsibility.  BUFFALO. N. Y., June 17��� The soe-  ���cnd-plea-for-the=life=of=Rtland=3-=JMo-=  lineux, claimed by tlie. law for the mysterious murder by mailed poison of Mrs.  Catherine  J.   Adams  in  New  York  iu  Dccnmlicr. 1 SJi9, began today l.efo*--?>the  Court   of   Appeals.   John   J.   'Milbburn.  lawyer and president of the Pan-American exposition, represents the defend,  ant and  former  United  States senator  : HUI the people.  BELGRADE, Servia, June 17.���A. serious rising is reported to have occurred  ��� in the Turkish town of Novi Bamru.'A  thousand Albanians rebelled :at tho appointment of an unpopular lioutennnt-  governor and compelled him to fleo. Th'-  rioters .then turned their attention  to  'ihe Servian population.All the shops of  '���''JNfova Barazu were closed and the houses  ,'were barricaded when the above advices  'were forwarded here.  TACOMA. Wash.. June 17���The  younger members of the Hiada tribe,  riear Ketchikan, Alaska, have declared  war against tha whites because deputy  marshal Jones last .-week shot Kit coop,  ' their aged ohii-f, because he ror.isti-d nr-.  rest for cutting timber- on government  lands. The chief was hit twice and badly wounded. The Hiadas are very warlike -and have frequently killed white  men on slight pretext.  V TACOMA, Wit., June 17���The. steam-;  er Tacoma brings news from Hong Kong  that the French .t'dvyca. in Tonkin ha/o  lost four officers iiii'd seventeen soldiers  in a. fight; along .the Tonkin frontier:,  with a maniu-litig gang of Chinese, ag  gregating over 5C0O. The Chinese forces  included 1000 regulars, who preferred  robbery to soldiering'. Many Chinese,  women were'killed aiid they were driven  into Kwang Si province. n ���  "BUFFALO, June 17.���A dispatch to  the News from Niagara Falls, N. Y.,  says: John Kay. a Youngstown fisTier-  'aan,. picked up the body of a man ���.)'[  Murphy's.dock at this place this morning and'coroner Walker, who has charge  of the remains, is making an effort to  identify Hum. There is an indication  that lhe body is that of William Gard-  house. -who came here from Brampton,  Ont, and committed suicide by jumping into the rapids and going over the.  falls on Sunday, May 19th. Crowds, of  people saw the suicide and the lower  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed  on  deposits.   Present rate  three per cent. r,  GRANGE  V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branch.  river lias been carefully watched for  the body. The remains were those of a  man abcut. 50 years of ago, medium  .weight and height about 5 feet C inches.  NEW YORK, .Time 17.���The London  u i respondent of the Trihuiii-. says that  following sjr Alfred Hickman's so-called  ���relations' with regard to th>- use :.of  'American locomotives on Indian and  Burmesir-railways, another' member' of  parlia.-neul, sir". Charles t'nyser. has din-  ������������vcrcl that whoe.ls,--axles and other  mat.eii.-ils for these railway.0 have been  ordered from Krupp hi Essen, Germany,  and that rolling stock lias been ordered'  in Aiiftriii.He intends to put a!.question  to -lord Unor-'e-Ji'aiuilto.r ������**. this subject.  SAVINCS   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  'MIK   CUUKENT   RATK   OK    I.MTKRKMT   ALLOWED.  ����^ ��� ^ ��� *�����* ��� ^ ��� ��7  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  ���    -  J. M. LAY, Manager.-  to  to  to  to  9)  Established in Nelson 1890.  *v*r  Is Eminently Progressive.  NOTICE..  CA*S'CKU.AT10N    OK    RESKISVATION,   KOOTENAI*  .7   DlSTKICT.  Steel Magnate Arrested.  Pittsburg, June. 17.���-EdraundiC.  Converse of tho executive-board jof  the United States 'Steel' Corporation,  was   arrested   at   Greenburg  Junction   on . Saturday   afternoon  and taken from the special train in  which   lie   has   been   touting   the  country for several weeks, visiting  the  various  plants  of  thei  billion  dollar   trust,-   and    arraigned    at  Grcpnburg, where he was compelled  to give  bonds  for his  appearance  the   first   Monday   in   September.  Converse  was  arrested on  a  writ  issued by tho"Westmoreland court  at the i-uib of James L Devinney of  McKeesport    charged    with    misappropriation of the  proceeds of a  bale  of  3500   shires  in the capital  stock of the McKeesport, Duquesne  & Wilmot Street Railway.    Devinney held the majority  of the stock  in the  road  and  several shares in  trust.    He  alleges that  in  February,   JS0(5,   Couverse   secured   the  stock from  him, sold it for  about  $100,000, and failed   to  account for  the receipts.    Last January Devinney     began    equity     proceedings  against tiie steel magnate, but Converse had kept himself outside the  jurisdiction     of     the     Allegheny  county courts.  CANA0lr\N  PACIFIC  ^IIWAY  CO.;  ...   AND Tin* '    .���������'*'"!  fjELSON & FM SHEPP^D RY. CO. j  To the Public: "'-7,   !  It luisbeiiii decided ''tliat. in.future all checks;  made payable to the Canadian Pacific Railway  Company or tho Nelson & Fort'Sheppard Rail--  war Company mu t he accepted by t.ho bani*: on ���'  ��� which they are drawn; and, so certified .before Ii  can accept in payment of fi'eiKh't charges. :   !  -  ''II. W. DRlfiVV  Agent C. P. R. and N. & F. S. R.   .  Nelson, 33. C, June lath, 1901.  ���M*OTfCE 1-hereby given that the "reservation  l^ placed on that, particular pared of .land,  which may be described as commencing at tno  north ast. corner of Town hip (Sa) h.ight A,  Koot. nay District;, which Is also the northeast  ooi-ntr of Ul ck 12, grained to the Nelson and  Fort, ��liepparrt Kallw-t'y Compniiy by Crown  g'Hiitdaied-Sth March; 1895; lhe'irn due east Id  mile*; ther-ce due.soulh to lhe International  Roun- ivry: tlioice due west, along said boundary  16 ini'e-; thence north to the p'neo of commencement, notice whereof was publishtd in the  i K'ir.tslt Columbia Gazette, and daUd 7th May,  1890, is hcrdby rescinded.  W. S. GORK.  riepnt.y Commissioner of Landbfc Woiks.*  I.nn-18 and.Woi ks Ueputmenr.  , - Victoria," B.C.. 23rd May, 1901.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.  To Horbert .Ciithbert or to ��ny person or por-  . sons to whom  he may have transferred his  in'orest in the Blend Mineral Claim,  situate  on tlio west fork rf Kover creek, in the Nel-  s n mining division of  "West Kootenay Dis-  t< ict, and recorded in the recorder's office for  the Nelson Mining Division.  Yon and each of jou ar�� hereby notified that  we hav.- expended four hundred and eleven dollars in lanor and  improvements upon the ��� bove  mentioned mineral claim in order to ,hold said  mirier.il claim under lhe provisons of the Mineral A cr,, nnd  if within  ninety da\s from the  date of this notice jou fail or refuse to contribute-your proportion   of ��uch   expendituresi together wilh all costs of advertising jour interests in said olaim1* will bee irne the property of  tho-ubs-rtbeis, under sertion 4 of an Act.entit-  led "An Act to Amond the Minor>l Act 1100."  FllAMv  FI,hTCHER,  .1 J. MAT.O WK,  ���II. d. NEELANDS.  ���;; E-T.H,'rfMPKlNS  Dated at Nelson this 3rd day of June, 1901.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER  to  to  to  9\  9\  9\  9\  to-  He does not follow in a rut; he worships no ideals of the past; he is of the times and with  the times; he seeks constantly to advance, to improve, to give broad-minded and skillful service; he not only buys'early, but he studies his business minutely; he recognizes tho important.fact that his stock should consist of goods that are so widely different from "the other  fellows" ascan, be secured. He picks out lines that are progressive, up-to-date and superior  as to special features, style and finish, then gets..hia goods in early, is not;afraid to liberally  display a complete assortment of his various lines so as to impress the confidence he possesses.  He familiarizes himself with every detail as to quality and manufacture of his goods, sets a  fair price on them and sticks to it; proclaims quality, perfection and long wear. Send for  prices, or call aud see us.    We are here to serve you all. ���  OUR WAfCHMAKING AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL IN B. C.  All watch- repairing guaranteed,  as we employ none but the best  workmen.  JACOB  B0VER,  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  THE JEWELER  -    'NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.    '  Mail orders receive our prompt  and careful attention. Our prices  are always right.  to  9\  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  9\  ��� * as  to  to  i-t  ^%* vT*^^ *^ST*^?*^?* ^^^ ^?*^K *^^* ^K *^^ *^C*^I^*^^*^*^ '       0 ' 0'^'00 ' 00 ' 00 * 00 * 00 *00 ' ^0 ' 00* 00 *00 ' 00 *00 * 00.^0 ��� 00 ^^0'  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Co.  NOTICE     TO     PEE-EMPTOBS     OP  OEOWN   LANDS.  A >?���%��%��% *?*A! A-T��� ^*-'M-'t|**!*1 *I'*>It!*'I'" ^*^" A A AAA ��f*��%  100 MEN WANTED"  To John J. Mc Andrews or to any person or persons to whom he may have tranaferred his  interest in thoBlack Diamond Mineral Claim,  siumte on the north side of pBear Creek,  aliout three miles from the town of Ymir,  lyinif ��"uth of and adjoining thei-Kvening  fefar Mineral Claim, Nelson Mining Division  of West Kootonay nisti ict', and' recorded in  the recorder's ofiice for the Nelson Mining  PiviBion. -.'  ���;  ; : Sv.r:.  Yon and oach of ynu are heroby notified that I  have expended Two Hundred andTwelvedollars"  and Twenty-five cents ($212.23{i.'ih labor and improvements upon the above 'mentioned mineral  claim in ordor to hold sai<1 mineral claim under  the provisions of tho Mineral Ace. arid' if ,'within  ninoiy days from the.dato of this nolice.ybu fail  or refuse to contribute -your proportion.'of suoh  expenditures together with, all'costs of'.advertising your.iuterooN.in.isaidclaims will becomo the  proprrDy of the subscriber under section i ot an  Act ontitled ��� "A'n Act "to Amend the -Mineral  U^ot,iW."X. X :.!,,���.-��� i.-. -. -,.,i. JOBSXDKAS.  -- iDated at JTelson this 27th day^ of Apri}. 1901. \  ~7r     CITY  QF  NELSON.  NELSON, 8. C.   .  Builders and  Contractors  ��� mu  I       I)   I  Axmen, Station-men and Labor-  ers, for railway work.   Apply to  BRECKENRIDGE & LUND.= I  June 11,1001.    ''     Morrisey, B.C.  "ENTRIES    ;  " ���'-1TOR  I  :  t  Qhatr)pionshipQuoitlif|atch  AT CLUB HOTEL  Will  Close afc S o'clock  p.  .   ��� ft.  SATURDAY,   JUNE'! 9th,  m.  1901  Giune will ptarfc at 10 o'clock a',  iu, July 1, li/OL "'     " j-  A FULL LINMf  Front Doors 7, yv \  Inside Doors j  Screen Doors.   \. j  Windows   -'���''�����������>���&��� \  Inside .Finish    .., ! I  ''���������';" local-and coastV.  -.. ���  �� ���  . Flooring ''"���'"'"' j |-  looal and ooast.  Newel Posts   ���-    ;  Stair Rail       ;^ .  . : .    '��� Mouldings  Shingles   '  Bough and V  Dressed Lumber'...  of all kinds.  .ur. what too: want is not h* stook      "  WK WII.L MAKE IT. FOR YOU. !  CALL AND GBT PRICKS.  ' -Nbtieeii* heroby given that the first sittings of  the Annual Court of   Kevision  of. the -Mnni-  ci pal ity of the City of Nelson will be held in the  .-Council < -hamber-itvth-* city offices, Nelson, on  jAVjednesday,' .the. 10th day .of.'..July, next,' at 10  .oVlock 'a.ni.;.-fof.,the .purpor.fe'of'he'arinK com-  ' plainrs'against thb assessment as'made by the  asseapor. and for revising" and correcting the'  ''assessment roll....     ., ,    .'.;,-?)'- ������!;. X  '".-    ���".';';���" "7 J. KV STRACHAN. City, Clerk.  ;...Nelsotf,'B;r;C.,--May28l.h,il_901,Y:,V.   ".'.;���';.,     ���  .''NOTICE.?-  .������ .',;.'"  J. A. Sayward  EALL AND LAKE STBKKT8, IfBL *0�� i ���'  ' ;Noficfl isjiereby privon that we intend to apply  at''tbo'next regular siUinK8:iof- the- Board- of  License Commissioners for ihe City of'Nelson to  be held after the expiration, of thirty days .from  lli'e ila'tehbreof 'f��>1- a transfer of; the 'retail liquor  license now he'd byu^'for the premises known  as the-Nelson Hotel, situate on lot 10 in Block 1.  subdivision of lot <B._Nelaon.'.to,Rohert Reisterer^  "and Arthur K. "Vaug&in of: the said'.City bf"  Ne son. '��� ���< ���  ... Dated this 17th day of. May. 1901.  :-..:.���..:  .-������..���.:..:-. A. H. ULEMKNTS.  ���  .���;'...:���.'���������(    ���     ROBERT .RKISTKRKR;  Witness. GKOROK U'ABRTRL.  DISSOLUTION   OF  .PARTNERSHIP.  . Notice is hereby eiven tliat1.tho Co-partnership  hitherto .existing-, between' the undersigned; by  the Rtylo.pf,',F-;i*fj''r1.& Broderick." as dairymen.  __..   _:._, _:_,__ t.���____������_,_-Hived'b'y the retirement of  transferred to John    tho ���business; aBWts.  good willrmrt book accounts.  " ,' AIl'pot-stlnR'ln'ddbied to the mid partnership are  ������hetcby re-mested to make p)i)inent to itho said  ' J'ihn"-M;"Fritter, who hns assiimted an-1 will pay  the liabi'.iMus of the piirtnet^hip, and who >vill  continue the partnership bu-inesi.  WitnesH:   ,. :.-, ".JCWI.V,M.-TRASKR.    *  : R,,_Vli\.HAX-*ryfl7^i.,)l-/CIiIAg..Btt^pRm9Jg. i  ���-���^OTICE'^bp' ASSICWJa-BN-T;.';'., ��� .  ���-������.������^.        no -1"..-. .  Notice Js horoby given .Mint'William Graham  Ijtllic'mia-Thomas IJest>ur'LllIi)>. bhthoC'tlio City-1  Tif -Nolson;(n tho.Provinco of BrltWh.i Columbia,.   " "      "     >LIUio  .,.., Baker  . .. tivAibfiax-  ing date of the 3rd day of June: lUOt,a signed-all'  .thtir.ronl and-.pprsonalproperty,excoptasthereih .  mentioned, to Lewis A. .Godbolt of the'City'df  Toronto, in the ProvFiicb df Ontario, cnmmerciiil.  Iravoler, iriitrait for the'purpqsB; of paying anil.  satisfying rateably and proportionally and with--  out prof'-renci) or::prior>ty tho creditors of thjo/  .said WilIl��ni.Graham,i..ilIle and Thomas Letter!  'Jjllfle.-n'h'o! flio-said-llrnvof ���Lillid'.Bi-otii'ei'S; their:  jusf. deh ;R., ���,-.-������/!,-;.,  ..'-;    ���:,?���. -,-*���> '       " :   ,  The said deed' wasexecu'trdb# thesaid William  Graham Lillie and Thomas Lester, Lillie lo tlie  said Loivitf'-A. G61boli;|'6h'.'tli'el-.'3-'d- day of June.  .jtROlj.and thowUd Lew.U. A. Godnoll ha's nnder-  .ltalie.ij.th'er*iisr; created' by'tH6 'sMifcidc'ed.' ,A11  E'ewfihi1 ���iav.i.:-f.claitii'ijHKainst'lhe'VsaM .Irrri of  iUto ��.BrotTiers,;-/r>giiin8t'.th-f'-'said'-��-W>lrfaiii  (ir'ahjinji ,LiHie -ir.ngaiiisf tKo ��aid' Th'onlai Le^teri  N.Lilli-^rtrcri-qgirertJo.forward to the said Lewis  "XT' Godbolt..'p'-irttdiilRr* of 'their claims'duly  yeriflod on.or before the. lOrh'day of Jiiy; lf.01. i  .'. Aild^n'oticeis^rb.byglviin that' after, rhe said  10th day of July.'lflOl. tne trustees will proceed  .to di.-.tributq the as-.et�� of the estato among'tho  pariies,entMed thepito,': having regard only ro'  tlieclaiiris of whioh the'riiidiltrnstees'shall- then;  hjiv'e liafl ribiice. an-1 thatVthe'fi-^d' trustees-will  ;h->t',.b- |i;o'*p6hRible for' the .asset8"or any parti  thereof so.dist/i-ib^t'ed'tb an? pe,'rtibn- or persbtlH,.  firm or cbfp'biatiori of '\j;h'p^e "debt'.or claim ho  .sjiall.notthen have hiiil notice..1���'.���"��� ,''- ': ,;  A'meetingof the creditors will be hold1 at the  office of the undersigned on Monday, :the 10th  lflB'yjOf,Ju.iie,-10011,a,t ihe-'hourof 2! o'clook In the  jafterubon,' to'.'decido as to the'be'st' manner of dis-'  posing of' the assets:    '         " :l ������   ������'������.���.���  A further meeting of theoreditors will bb! held  at.thn>ame place on,the,2Qt.h day of July,'at tjie '  hour bf 10 o clock a.tti.',' to'tjonsidor tho trustees'  utatemenrtandTCport.': "������ "   ���������:       ���    .-��� .,';  Dated this Hr-i-day ��f .Tun��. 11)01..        ..'...'  !  ".'  '   ��� .''(������ GALT,ThKR& WILSON',;;  ������'.'  " ?  '     '������".'ISoli'-ltbr'-ifor.TrUHtoes,:.   ' ���'������  '      ,l    K.W;C.Blook, Nolsoni B.C.  Having taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brick &  Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg: to ask for a continuance  of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them.. My  aim will be at all times to ��� supply you with our products at Jowest  possible prices. Being in a position to manufacture goods ln larger,,  quantities than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a  lower figure.  It Is our Intention to Install machinery to manufacture our  marble products, and next season we shall be in a position to supply  these products at reasonable rates.',  We shall also Keep on hapd a ..stock; of Fire.,Brick, Fire Clay,  Tiles and.Cement. ' ' ��  Our Bricks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes at the  , Spokane -Industrial Exposition jln 1899 and also, this year.   We also"  secured prizes'last year and this year for Ornamental and Building0  Stone.  *    We are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors  and  Builders. # '  ���ERNEST MANSFIELD,.  for Th6 MansfieldfManutaCluring Company. '  Successors to  The West Kootenay Brick A Lime Co.; Ltd  rpilia attention nf pre-empt-irs of crown lands is  ���-*��� horoby 0,1 lied to miBincndinencto the "Lund  Aol," pushed at the List sbsmou ofthcLcgislatiiie,  w Inch Dro\ ides as forio\\ _-, vi<,  '���'I. Pre emptors of crown lands, whether in  arro-i-jn pajiiient of in-��talmenrs of purchase  money or not, who at the timu of coming into  force pf-l h is, jVcl Jiave obtainud cen iiU-aUs of am-'  "))io\1oinein>.or\%lio(-lialHiiive'->btkincdcerimeates  of-improvement within tuUve  months there  ufler, f-hall on-conforming with the piou-iion-i of  iho *,Laad Acl," except.n hcitbj   iltticd, be en  jUtled co,obtui(icidwn gu.nlh of their pre cuiption  A.iaihi-1 upon comp'otin}; pnjmenrs of iiinchiise  moin-j at tho ij.wuf to\pnt\MI\cc"ias per .icre,  and ci own grant fees, which payments may he  in��deas folloub.  "I'wenty fivo cents per acio on 01  beforo the  ?1 t duj of,nocrtnbei. iflll,  "I wetuj-tive tent.s pei aero on or bcfoio the  30th da} of J,unei.lWJ, -  'nnd llioieinaining������  "Twentj-flve cents pt acio on or he'orc the  31��t d-vy  of   Doceluber, ���lu02, and without anv  f urlhei paj men t of in tei est oral i ca> s o�� interott."  W. S. GORK.  Deputy Commi-bionei of Jjands & Work".  La-d-i and Works Department,  Victoria. 11. C. 1st Jim-', 1U0I.  TRADES   UNIONS.    ,  IVTELSON SOCIALISTIC EDUCA1IONAI  ���*���' CLUB meets every Sunday at 3 o clock p.m.  in tho Minors' Union Hall. A cordial Invitation  is extended to every ono to como and lake parti  in discus-Jons.   John Roberts, secretaiy.   .     \   \>  AUNORY WORKERS' UNION OF NELSON '  No. 8501, A F. of L.-Moots in Miners' Union  Hall, C P. H. Mock, corner of Uaker and Stan  ley street*, on fourth Friday in 'every month at-  7:.'0 p m: Fharp.    Visiting members of American  Federation cordially invited to attend.   C. Fred- -  rick, president: A. W. JVIcFei-, secrotary.        .     ���  ���M-JfiLHON MINERS' UNION NO. Wi, W. If.^t,'" *  ���*���' M���Moots In miners' union rooms, north- ^J  west corner of Baker and Stanley streets, every ,"J��  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock.   Visiting mem'^'.'  bers welcome M. R. Mowatt, President. Jamo  Wilkes.   Secrotary.     Union Scale ok Wages  for  Nflpon    District���Per  shift, . machine  men "���������-"  ���  -        carmen  ers, $3 00.  * Nflpon District���Per shift,0 machlna,.,!-  i, 5'".50 hammerouien minors, S3.25; muckers, ^/  men. sbovelers and other underim��-indlabor-"'J *  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.   '  nos&i.vND-vi:i.vi:i- jiini: wagon* road.  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale an<*l; Retail  H"Sogjia        V       Dealeris in: Meats  SEALED TENDKRS, superscribed "Tender  lor J.'o'-sl-.ud-Velvet JMme ..Wajton Jtoad."  will be rpccivcd by the undorsi-jned up to and in-  cluduiK Tliui-bu.iy, tlio tw-enriuth instant, for tlm  coiiotructioa ota wagon road from Itossland to  iho Velvet mine.,  Plan, profile,'f-pcciIleal ion and form of contract  may he .seen on or after the "ih instant, at the office of .John ICirkup, Esq., Government Agent,  ltosilaml.    ,  K.ich tender must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheek or ciy-lillcitc of.depotit, mndo  paj.iblo to the undorsiKiicd, for the sum ot thirteen hundred ($VV 0) ilolUis. bs security for the  due fulfillment of the contract.-which.shall be  foifeitcd if the parly tendering decline to >-iiter  into contract when called upon tn do so. or if bo  fail to complete the work contracted for. The  checks of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned  to them upon the exuciiliun of the contract.  Tenders will not be considered iinle-:S inadcout  on tho forms supplied and n'tjued with the actual  signatuio of the tendeiers.  * 'lhe lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. W. S. GORK,  Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.  Lands and Workii'Departmcnt.  Victoria. JJ. O.. 3rd June. 1001.   ;,  \J,*  C'u ner Rnkor and Stanley streets, on tho flrst and.,,  thii.l Thursday of each month, at S p. m.   C. J.  Cla> ton. Pi es : A. IT Curie, Sec.   P.O. box Q0M  corner of Baker-and  Stanley streets.   Charles  Clayton, President.   Alex B. Alurraj. Secretary,   y  ���DARRERS' UNION.���Nolson Union. So. 196. of *>  ���*-* tho International Journeymen Barbers lin '���?'  ion of America,' meets every first and third Mon- - '���  day of each month in Minor's Union Hall, at 8.3 . I  sharp. Visitinj? brothers cordially invited to ���'  attend.' R. McMahon, president; J. H. Mathe ' -  son. secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardnor, recording '>'."'���  secretary. <  'MarKts^t^Nel^  JOenver,���'��� Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade, City, Mid  way, and Vancouver,     ';,'.; ,.;,>*.  '     '    Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Go.  .,  all kinds or   ' "'.'.,".:'"  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS C  '���'''  .,,'-'>" WHOLBSAIiB AND RETAIL       '    '���-, '''.'���,'"','  ,(    'FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON,(^..��>_ .'���,���.-  :".,:���  ' nHiiHuaWiunj RKfiinvB oARnruii ajtd prompt ArnmrnoN  ���-i'n1.- ���-   >..������ .,     .'...  ^ '  I "I ��       III    .1 III I       ���  INSPECTION OP METALLIFEROUS  ���������^������-MTNH3.     ���  'I  l-'THl-PRb^PEOTOpS^': EX��WAN<3E -j  .:,;\i.tf._;' No. jlitr.ft.-W. C. Bloek,, ,/-^;;Nai<S<^;'|B^fi)t;;;;;'1;:;   E  ;"' (Sold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the Exchange. ��� /    ,       E  Pree-MllUnff Oold Properties wanted at onee for Bastern Investors.   '   E  '-������< Parties-havln-j mining *proporty for sale are requested to sond samples of [j-hbl'r'o'rp'to'tho I ��  ..Exchange for exhibition. \Vo desire to hear from all prospectors who havo promising mineral' c  dlaihis,in British Columbia.     ���'..-     .,     ,. ,. .->���'-��'���   ��' -H  - - : Prospectors and mining men are requested .to mako .the Kxchange their Jipad<m��irtors -nfhen fj  iin Nelsom     7      ;:���;-."' ..."       ."''.'��� .'(���,.,������.    >   ����� -. ,i ��.),.:, ..        c  All samp" cs should bo sent byexpress, Prepaid.. Corresppndprico solicited. ,, ,,.,,; ...    E  Addrosa all communications to   ���.'<"'.-' '....������ ...'������{���..', '���   '    .    g  Telephop.e 1P4 '       r   ,        ANDREW  F.  ROSENBERGEr*?,;  ,    P. O. Box 700'  ; rfrirrtnr  TT7STZZXrTT,XIXtXI��rTrXtXZZZZrXZZZXXTT  Nelsdny'.B. C. t  ': 1" Ar ii '____.'    |  XXZXZTXXTXZTZXXTTZZZXXXXXXT_.ZXXXZ.  WiB  Telephono 265.  AGENT FOR G^Lt. COAL  OffleetoTwo Doors West,c;P. R���Offices  '..���'.'';...-,. tenders Wanted.  Tho Hastincs (I*. C.) "Rxplomtlon Svndipjvte.  Limited, will consider nidRf/ir diamond drilling  on the Arlington .,p|ino at. Brio. B.C. Kor full  information call or address'No,' 9, Kj-W.:C: block,  Nelson, B. C,  WEST TRANSFER CO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All Kinds of Teaming and Transfer  Work.  Agonts for Hard and Soft Coal. Imperial Oil  Company. Washington Brick. Limo & Manufacturing Company. General commorcial agonts  and brnko-H. ' ���  mAII coal and wood strictly cash ou delivery.  TELEPHONE 147.;  Office 184 BaKer St.  insi'kctous nisTiuers.  rpHK Inspectors of Metalliferous Minos aro  . -1: hereby assigned the followingas their respective Inspection Districts with Iicadi|iiarter8 as  noted. Such assignment-to take placo from  .luni: 15IJi. 1!M1, until further notice.  Ai'cimiAi.i) Dti;k*. Inspector.  JICiulciUMrtci's. Cranbrook. odlce of Deputy  :-Minmg Itecoi'der.  . Inspection District fliall comprise all of Kast  Kootenay and itlso Ooat River Mining Division  ,of West Kootenay.  in iiilnitlon lo the duties of Inspector of Metalliferous J\linos,'Mr. lJic:k,wi'l also act as Inspector  of Coal Minuswilhin the fame I'lstricl.  Jami**) Mi.Oi-iKiJdit', ln��porinr.  lientlqua'Meiv,  olllce of   Mining   Recorder,  Nelson.  I nspectioii District shall coiiiprlso all of Wost  Koolonay except (Jobi, Itlver Mining Division,  and al-o the O'rund Korksaml Kottlo Rivor Mining Divisions of Valo District.  Thomas Miiiuian, Inspcclor.  " "Ileudiiuirlurs, tiovunitnont HiiiMingH, Nan-  ' '    .aliiio...   ,  I-ispenlion   District,   Vancouver   Island   and  Coast District. '  Mr. Morgan is'alsd Inspector of Coal Mines for  tMH District.., I ��,.-.   .        ���. .       ���  N'otico ishoi'olp-given of such Inspection Districts and tliii't'in auconlunce wilh the "Inspi-c-  1 :Unil-inf-i MotalliforiiiiH   Mines   Act,   181)7."   and  ,j\iucndinB A,cl--. notice of accidents to employees  liappcning willi'in nnS' of slich Districts  must ho  T .AB0RKR3' UNION.-NTelson Laborers1 Pro "  J-J tective Union. No. 8121, A. F. of L., meete in  Miners' Union hall, C. P. R. block, cornor of >  .Maker and Stanley streets, every Monday evening  at 7:30 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of theAmeri-  j can TPederation cordially invited to attend.  A. .T.. Curio, President John' Roberts, recording secretary.,   ���..'������/  '���..-���.;..;���'.������.",  "NfELSON, PAINTERS' UNION���The regular '  ���*���'   meeting of the   Painters'  Union is held  the flrst and third Fridays in each month at Min-'  ors' Union-hall at, 7:30.sharp.   George Eacritt,  Prosidont; Henry Bennett, Secretary.  flOOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION���Regular ,  '���-".meetings   every Tuesday evening at S-JX  o clock, in'Miners'Union Hall, corner of Baker1  and Stanley streets. : Visting brethren cordially  invited;   Chris. Lnft, president; H. Smelser, fln- '  ancial and recording secrotary.  PLASTERERS' UNION���The O. P. I. A. No.-  ��    172. meets every Monday evening ln  the-  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley streets, at  8 o'clock.   J.   D. Mover,   president: William  Vico, secretary, P. O. Box 616.  -*^"^���^������^^^������,^^^������  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES  m  ���promptly reported both to the Inspector of such  District and-alsc  "   "'  Viotorin.,  trict and-also  to  the ��� Minister of   Mines,  In mines hot included hi l.ho abovo Districts  inanngci-.s'will repovt.-in ���duplicator to the Minister of Mines direct, who, if ho considers-.It  necessary', will assign' an Inspector to specially  report. ..   i ���������:.':,,  Blank forms upon whicli to make reports of  such accidents may bo obtained from tlio Inspector of tho district, from the Mining Recorder, or  upon application to this olllco  RICHARD Mc-BIUIll"  Minister of Mines.  Department of Mines,  ���     .Sth.lline,'HOI..-   ,  _A_ NELSON LODGE, NO. 28. A. K. ��E A. M  *VJP Meets second Wednesday ln eaoh month  /V> Sojourning brethren Invited.  ���NTULSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER No. 123  -���L-7=G^R.T&���Meots-thmtiWedho(dav--Sojourning companions invited. Georgo Johnstone.Z.: E.  AV. Matthews, S. E.  "JVJKIjSON AERIE, No. 22, F. O. E.���Moetsecond  x*   and fourth Wednesday of each month, at  Fraternity. Hall. ������  Georgo iiartlott, president  John V. Morrison, secretary.     ������  T7-00TENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M���  -L>- Hold t heir regular meotings on tho flrst and  third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir  Knights aro cordially invited to attend. Q. A.  Brown, R. It; A. W. Purdy, Com.; R. J. 8toel  I/.  O*  C��  NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- NolBon Lodge. No  25, Knights of Pythias, meets in I. O. O. F.  Hall, oornor Bakor and Kootenay streets, ever ���  Tuosday ovoning at 8 o'clock, visiting Knlghtis  oordlally invitod to attend. H. M. Vincent O. C.  A. T. Park, K". of R. & S.   ' .  ARCHITECT.  C. KWART���Architect.   Room 3 Abordoon  block, Baker streot. Nelson.  SHERIFF'S SALE.  GAOL.   SUPPLIES.  Tenders will be received by the undersigned  up to 12 o'clock noon on .Saturday. June 22nd,  1IK11-, for the .supplying of the following articles to  the Provincial Gapl at Nelson from July 1st, 1981.  to June 30th. l!K)'2"i  G HOG FRIES,  T'I'KjU),  MKAT.  COAL.  VKGKTABl.ES,  l-UOOM.S. K'I'C.  A dntailed list enn be seen and any information  obtained at the government, iwcut'i- nillro.  JOHN A. TURN HI!,  Government Agont.  Nelson, June 10th, 1001. '  Province of  British Columbia,   Nelson,  West  Kootenay, to-wit:  By virtuo of two writs of Fieri Facias Issued  out.of the supreme court of British Columbia at  the suit of the Van Harvey Norman Company,  Limited, and Balfour vt Company, plaintiffs, ana  to me directed against the goods and chattels of  .1. A. MacKinnon & Company, defendants, I  have seized and taken in execution all the right,  titlo and interest of tho said defendant, JT A.  M.ncKlnnon, in tho so-called Hampton group of  mineral claims consisting of tho mineral claims  "Hampton," "Ethel K." "Plunger," "Camp Fire"  and "Silver Bow." all situate up Springer creek  about eight miles, more or less, from Slocan City  and recorded in tho office of tho mining recorder  for the Slocan City mining division of the district of West Kootenay, to recover the sum of  thirteen hundred and eighty-sovon dollars and  eighty cents (S13S7.S0), amount of said writs of  Fieri Facias, and interest on two hundred and  thirty-Fix dollars and twenty-seven cents ($23(5 27)  at five per centum per annum from the 3rd day  of January. 1901. until payment, and intorest on  eleven hundred and forty-four dollars and fifty-  throe cents ($U-M..j3) at six per centum por annum from the 25th day of March, 1901, until payment, besides sheriff's poundage, oflicers: foes  and all other legal incidental expenses. All of  whicli I shall expose for sale, or sufficient thereof to satisfy such judgment, debt and costs, at  my olllce, next to the court house, in tho city of  Nelson, B. C, on Friday, tho 21st day of June.  A. D. inoi. at tho hour of eleven o'clook in tho  forenoon.  Note.���Intending purchaser's will satisfy thom-  sclvcs as to interest and title of tho said defendant.  S. P. TUCK,  Sheriff of South Kootonay.  Dated at Nelson, B. C.. tho nth of June, 1U0I.  WANTED, BOYS-Good active and reliable  boys to act as selling agents of tho Daily Tribune  in every town.iu Kootenay and Yale districts.  ���fi  AH  ggf* "v-wra ir  THE TRIBOTE: NELSON, $jj. TUESDAY, JUM W, 1901  ���".V 7  m  J'\:-.  \s,  i"K>:  . .   V' ,  It  ���  5'*"  4  ,.,i,7-:.  $.?.-  ���;>--  !v  >��p.  . -It  ^   '  .*'�����->  * fln  �� j~  .*���-.  '*��� :  '���:i%  ���*.?;���'  II-  "ri:-,*.  lt-7  n:  IDYOUKNOW  That we we have the best assorted stock of PURE DRUGS,  CHEMICALS, ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES, PERFUMES and  DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES in the Kootenays. If not give us  a trial order and you will be convinced.   We have every-  m;    thing usually found in a first class Drug Store, and that is  'if what we claim onrs to be.  IW. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA  BLOOK NELSON,   B. C.  |H'%V:-:  " :-!-'v,-#fc-i'  *\?-,-.<- ������' ��� -i  3J-1;,': ���->-���.>  |l7-7iTWH  mx��m_-  I3*' ���.,-'  Id..'!--..  I? VV.''  7+,-v  '77 -  {Spring JSporting Goods  . ~* "���:���"���: '- '        T7- ' ~   ~~ '  \ V.* i'Duke i & Son's Cricket^ supplies,; Ayres: &  i Wright and Ditson's lawn tennis, Spalding base  jball, Lally lacrosse and Whitely exercises, 7-x if.  VANCOUVER.  (lit ,i.  iiiesOLO  SETTLERS'  NEW  MAPLE SYRUP  lfo;-:'*"' THE   BEST   J&-A_.TDtt  :-::���'; ��*.���.>:  7,"(0;>i  ;**' THIS   SPRING'S   SYRUP    IN    QUART,    HALF   GALLON   AND  miMi   ���.    ��� GALLON    CANS.  mix  'lr._. i  f,''f;.i;,~.i   HoaMni  F'ofk   PPltpr Rtrppfi.  |#&f->i%5'Telephone igi        i-  n   Box 173  iiSfX'y -  Wi'.XX-W-  te'-fW*;!'  JOHN A. IRVWG & CO.  |j&&  ���x;'.&  lllflf  Madson's  Clearing  Sale  |ff||P$ '"  The-results that I have obtained  Itfl^fefe since advertising uv discontinuance  Wx077{ in business have been most tur.isfac-  l|i��|ts tory.     The  great variety   of   my  l^fl^Wstock of clothing  and: gents'  furu-  ^ ^ighing-v with all prices  luarked  in  PUBLIC AUCTION  OF VA.IUA.BIE RSA.L PROPER,  PLANT, STEAM TUC, BAR,CE, MATERIAL AND FIXTURES.  "%���-;';;  ny. i  ���hf-ts'  $$&;7 - plain figure?, has proven an irresis-  Jfcl��|wlf'Ptible factor in sVcuriug sales.  gfjibo. t Tho��e  who  have  not taken  advantage ,of my  reductions  should  jjcall and compare prices and quota-  Si?'- tions  with   those   offered   in any  5SS   other store in the city.  Everything  tsf!*-; -istoffeied at eastern wholesale cost.  ill  >;*?���:��."Err  I��l*::v?.'-"'."'���������-.'  .ftiEO  MADSON  W^y&f Bakor Street.  -sxyyps'K .   Nelson, B. C.  MM-.CAMERON  INSURANCE. "  REAL ESTATE  and MINING BROKER  '*-*',  ^MbUoE AND LOT; FOR SALE.  v':,0> Fine? house rnnr' lot   on   Silica  ���-i/^i-street convenient to Baker street.  ;'^ Price:'$bo6o;;'only $1800 required in  ,cash. " ���'..-.       r ���";.   ' ���  x.,.���j.; Also,, two-story Jiouse in  Ilume  ���J^dition,.. Price $1100; only ;$500  "���'"requireU.-'.trO be paid in cash.  ..\_::>{r   .r;-.7.7    .'���.  ^PPiyl_H. R. Cameron  7fx7x7 :;. ^REAL ESTATE AND  'fi',- INSURANCE AGENTS  ���  t-.r. ���  Agents for & & J. TAYLOR SAFES  7y Desirable '.'Business :arid'Residence Lots  "i7.1     in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  The  undersigned   have  received , In-  tti-uctions   from   the   Ontario   l-owrlpr  t  "Works to offorfoi' sale bj' public auction  in the stable building on Hall street,  bewteen Baiter and Vernon street.*., ar.d  Known as the Reynolds stables, ir the  City of Nelson on n       .    ,,  TUESDAY, JULY 30th, 1901    '  At 1 O'clock P. M . Sh *rp.      [  the following desirable improved real  estate, stea'mboat and barge, plant,' etc..  Site, comprising 125 acres of land,  opposite Five- mile Point, with about  500 yards of water front, arc! ,good  wlarf.12 by 24 feet, with lt)S fe��t of  tramway. ' ���  Six hundred feet of pipe line.' with-  water right to 21 miner's Inches of  water. .    ' " .  , Buildings, eight in number, connected by private telephone line' with jthe  City of Nelson, and described as follows: One building 16 x 40 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 14 x 24 feet.  Steamboat "Red Star" and scow.  One-12-horse���power-boiler-and - en--  gine, on wheels.  One upright boiler with engine and  fittings.  About 100 cases of gutta percha fuse,  325,000 detonators, etc.  About 90 iron drums, used, as j oii  tanks, culverts and sewage purposes.   ';.  Two Fairbank scales, of or^e ton 'capacity, also tools, household .utensils,  and other articles too numerous'to mention, a list of which may be seenjiitithe  works, at the Nelson office of the company or at the office of the auctioneers.  Office furnishings consisting' of one  roll top,desk, one J. & J. Taylor safe,  ten foot length standii.g desk, letter  presses with atond, office counter wrth  twelve drawers, stools,, chairs, etc. <  . Intending purchasers may inspect any  of the above articles by consulting witn  H. Maepherson, Nelson agent, at bis office in the Madden Block. Ward street,  Nelson, or with the auctioneers, or at  the works at Five-mile Point  TERMS,���Cash on purchases ;of $100  or under- on purchases over ?100 terms  will b<! announced at timo ot sale-with  other condition!*,' '���,"'.'  .For further particulars apply to jthe,  undersigned auctioneers; or to*  M. MACrHERSO.\*, Madden Block, ;-  Agent Ontario Works, Nelson, -H. C.  Mining supplies and general  hardware, assayers* supplies and  chemicals, drags and medicines,  dry goods and clothing, boots  and shoes,' furniture and bedding, fishing tackle and stationery, books ahq" 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.  *  *  *  *  >  ��� tX*_.  *  *  *  *  *  *  CITY LOCAL HEWS  A. H. Kelly arid Dr. McLennan each  contributed $5 to' the celebration fund  yesterday.   ,.   ,   ���-,-      ���       ;- ;   ,'.;-.������>���.-?x.  Tony Leyden, the man held upon a  ;charge of jtheft.-Will come before judge  Forin on the 8th"of July.  ���'Jim-' Chambers had his sprinting  firemen out last night giving them a  practice >.run. They acquitted ^themselves,  well in a' wet' test,     'y, y 7y : ���>;;' '���;]  [. ?  'Granville-'Forbes of Slocan cityHwilf  :come before judge Forin today .to elect  ' upon the charge of assa ult.' He will be  ��defenf|i-a.-l.y.,-R.,Mw.Mac(!<jiiald.......^'.....^.���,.::  Licenses to. wed.,were yesterday gran-,  ted 'to .William ���Frederick;:;Tracey.and  Margaret ��� Hunter of ��� Blairmore- anrt Ho  John Rdward and Anne Rae of Nelson.  ���...A license.to sell liquor was yesterday,  granted to Alfred Leblanc, for the Ferry  hotel at the first crossing of the Lardo,  by  the  li''en<*e   commissioner's  of  the  AinsMuith   district.  * v  The bridge over Forty-nine, creek was  completed on Saturday. -This will be a  great convenience to the prospectors op-  eiating on Rover and Bird creeKs,  from whom great things are expected  this- sp.i-*on.  James Traxell of Moyie was brought  to Nelson yesterday to serve a sentence  for aggravated assault upou-*some, Jan-*  anose women. Tne prisoner- was* convicted before J. F. Armstrong, ju..tice  of the p'acj. ��� , ,    -  Charles F. Sleeper of San Francisco,  has a number of men developing a<*\-  ��� .-������1' pi;o.��prcta iu me vicinity of Hall,  Siding. He is the representative of Cb'.--  ���:ago canitalkts ;whn ha re i u<. un $25-  000 for development purposes.  Jr James McDonald has reouived thecoa-  tiact for making the necessary repairs  and alteiations to'the C. P. Jt. docksai  Kootenay Landing. The pile driver left  yt-sterday p.nd Mr. McDonald will leave  tbday*\vrrh"a'-i;:mg of men to complete  the contract.'     .  t.       ^_|     .  A meeting of "Senator" Rae's hose  reel team will be held this evening in  the office of Maxe Crowe for the-purpose  of making arrangements for getting into training for the firemen's' sports oti  Dominion Da,y. -The meeting ,is called  for 8 o'clock sharp/  **��� Warden Lemon of the proven ��al jail  has completed the* work of continuing  tlie Ward street-roadway to the, wat"-!--  front. This will ,be a great convenience  to those.'interested in rowing.-anJ-may  be taker, as an earnest of the wmcleu's  interest in the sport., . ,- '  People' who travel on W?rd s-treet desire to, call the attention of the-city  council to the necessity of removing i.he  steps iri the, walk between Tinker and  Ward streets. This: work, >it .is under-*  stood, was ordered to be done some time  ago, but so far ..without effect.  - There-will be-a',meetmg in the Congregational church on Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock to make final arrangements for 'the children's-float for,  the Dominion Day celebration. The  ladies interested in making the aifair a  success are recii.e&ted to be present.  Thomas LiMhtcstone, "road ibron -in '  has started with a gang of men to complete the trail to the head of Hall cre-*k.  This trail, when completed, will connect with the trail to the head of  7Rovercreekrand-willserve alarge num-  .-ber, of properties at present undergoing development. , "'  James McGregor, inspector of mines,  is registej-ed at the Hume. Mr. McGregor is accompanied by Mrs., McGregor,  and, spent, thei day ;in house hunting,  7Ju;eparatory>tb ftnking up his residence ������  in Nelfrbn in conformance with the* new  regulations, which require him.to make,  his headquarters in this[city.  The silyer cui*y.which will be. the,chieit  trophy f'<r the tr"aile.-, procession"on Dominion  pay,  is; now on  exhibition  In  \t\.'T��__.'l  ton fiheot*] ntiaohed, and when, s'.ovvn  E'iinpleB of the work Began -'���.Kicking".;  themselves for Bending: to Toronto, for  Avork that ii* iiono better at home. The  Copeland-Chatterton man will run iip  : e.ainst a cold deck the no^t tiriio he  comes to N<rls'<��n. _-...      .      ��� i-  ���  A meeting of'the members of the Nel-  son foot'.rill'club will"be.'l.eld this uven-  ing in the'Hume hotel'for the purpose  of making- final arrangements for. the  match on Dominion Day. A full attendance is requested. y  The strike of tlio C. P. R.r trackmen  has ..ot ailected lhe South ���Kootenay  lines of the company to any extent: So  far the trackmen in the immediate vicinity of Nelson, have not responded to  the order to strike, and they were all at  their posts yesterday.  COUNTY  COURT SITTINGS  Judgment Debtor ���' Committed;   -  '-' The case of Vice ahd Williams va.  Bvydges occupied the ' = greater,, part 'of  yesterday's session of the county court.  This wris'aii aetidn in ,v.*hiclifthc-piiln-  .tiffs, sued .the;defendant. .S..M. Bi;yd-":e"V.  for $200. of which-$l'��0 rep'iesenteil- the  ani)untof th'i'*first pfiyni-iut.niu'Je;.upon  (si ii lift real ���.���Stat'-. ���.^nd{'.th'5'.baln.VnV.:'ttaiii-;  a--cs siistairied through alle/eJ Tnlsrqp-'.'  resentation; on the part of Brydges |a5  'a'K''iit; fi'j'r,,'the owner .of.tha piope'ty ;ih  ilu��.-sti''>u.,,Th&'.'evid'ince-..iu^th..} dvisei>vas  takonc'aiid''tiie"nv3'uiri��V,',t of 'ciu��njiel'>'\Yilll  ���be'heard'on���Wednesday.",.:7y7y ;;  ���'��� - The'Seli-bfatedSc"^ y-r;.  McPherson.,an, action to recoverthe sijni  of ?2i50 for th& hire of a rig, and bf J60  for alleged damages^through"rtlie" horse  running away wrf then taken up. The"  ,cviteuct of the defendant was iu.iV.he  horse became frightened at a dog <and  ial away. He had a ladv in tin1 rig at  the.time, who fell over th*s\ dashboard,  -and in ordef'to save^her he'.wos roin-  pejled to drop the reins. The court held  the   ladvs  safety  was   of  more  consequence than the rig and dismissed the  claim for damages.tJudgment was gtve.i  foi;th�� hire of the' iig and costs.  ' In the.-case'of Crawford vs. Croft, thp  ;djbtendant, a judgment debtor, an order  was made for <a two weeks* committal  of the defendant.      , , '  In the c.ise'of Hirsch v��. O'Driscoll,  an' action in which John Hirsch is suing  G. R'. G. O'Driscoll an order 'was made  .for the payrnon-'of certain,moneys into  couijt-or in derault ,two ,weeks' imprls-  C'ljneut. (     '-.'.    ,.",    ,   ,:     .'  MINING-  RECORDS.  ' = Three'locations were recorded at the  Nelson record office - yesterday. D" . A.  McDonald recorded the Merigold ;'and  Enterprise, claims, situate on Toad  mountain, four^miles-trom Hall Siding;  and Ed Bran'nigan, recorded ,the Red  Jacket, on thei- east - slope of Sandy  creek and'noith slope of Morning mountain. >��� ��� -��� '���"' *��������"  - Certi'fic'it'js "off .work w;ere ' issued to  E. J. Stanley on the Gladys, aud to  Paul Victor Loth" on the Sunny Morning.  CHANCES IN JUNIOR CREWS  " - .Made Last-Evening.  A meeting, of the' 'committee;of  the Nelson Boat Club was held yesterday afternoon for the purpose  of rearranging the junior crews  drawn for the Dominion Day re-,  gatta, made necesa'avy owing 'to a  number of "the^nie'mb'elis 'drawn'in  !the .first instance dropping out." As  fche result ,of yesterday's "drawing  the i crews /will be ��� constituted as  follows:'-   ���t'       -'.\'*.      ,     '  GHAS,A.WATEPAN��G0  AUCTIONEERS.  ROOMS H and 15.      K. W. C. BLOCK, Nelson  -!?!:'<-  ���''-x-  Office on  Bakor Street, west of Stanley Streeb  'fi.i: ;,. ;!-..:.:���,'������. .���.���.;������-���������-.    ���������   NKIj80N.  ������''������'���  FOR   SALE  GOOD TEAM  AND  HARNESS  ;;i; Appry A; A. HINDE; P. 0. Box 84^  Or Hover street, between Cedar and Park.  SALE OF REYNOLDS' STABLE.  At the close of the sale of the realty  and effects of the Ontario Powder Works  the undersigned will' also offef 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>&.GO.,  Auctioneers, Nelson, B. C.  Jacob 'D'over's 'wiudow, . Tiie e"> isa  fine piece of workmanship. It is thirty-  two inches "injjfcight, the cover being .  ni:ide!of an atlas, surmounted I y acupid..  holding^a/gold and silver brick in either,  hand.   ffiy*y   ',. '"'"  , W. A:-.tjfeiLeap. road superintendent).  has retufrted'jjfrbm Ymir, whero he was  sizing'M'p.,the.requlrehrents of that district "in the;v/)ay of heeded public worki  Dougall Cameron,.who had charge.:of  the wprk undertaken by the citizens of ;  tne town, has reported the expenditure  of the $140 raised by the citizens and-  the provincial.authorities are now ex-  <p<-cted to-<!ombJete;the work remaining  .to be done. . . ���' ;  The chairh*an.,bf thei''dominion''-,Dayv  celebration spor.ts com mittee sent word  yesterday to Donald Guthrie, chief, of  the Rossland/. fire department, - to : get  hif?j, fiiriv j ''{.'ani:"bf "flremVn in training^  if'r^ejwahted'1 to keep his town in the'  trontrank of sporting cities;, that Nelson had two teams in training for both  *hub-and-hub: and .wet' test races.-.Ccime  over, Donald, and we'will glye'you,sRort:  fit for a king. '-��� 7 -.:,:.;:      An .institution of Kootenay Distiict  Lodge L. O. 11 will be held -t-t S o'clock  on Wednesday eight of this week; at  (Frfternity hall pel'*guti-\s will he ^attendance from Slocan, Rossland' and  Sandon. Members of Nelson lodge aw',  ���.'isiting liret.liren are requested to 'attend. The Sons of England regular meetr  ing night is Wediie'sday, but that |s;)-  ciety has. kindly consented to cancel  their meeting for that night.-  A number of business rrien of Nelsori  -were surprised when-informed"that The;  Tribune   Association,   Limited, - turned  but all ��� kinda ot sp.epi"al, ruled,:.perfor-"  ated, and punched bill, heads with carr ,  C. Goepel, bow  F.'LoriDg  W.-J^. Bprey  J. Newport, stroke  J. Patterson, bow  R. Strachan  K. Hickling  O. Nace, stroke  -B. P. James, bow���  I). Rutherford  H. M. Fullerton  F. Forbep, stroke  J. Dugan. bow  K. S. Tuck  G. H. White  Z. Ault. stroke .  D. Campljoll, bjw  K. Cochrane -  ���D.-MoNiohol"-*"-���".���'  C. Dunn, stroke  P. Horton, bow  J. Eden  'H. Nolan  N. F. Traser, stroke  S. Johnson, bow  J. Holmes  R.' BriRstocke  F. Pullen, stroke  ���W. Poole, bow ^  D. Dover  J. .H.Nolan  W. A. Fraser, stroke  J. G. Bunyan,' bow  ;  J. Roe  Dr. McLennan  O..S. Somerville, ttroke  Fi:Clarke,;bow!   7  W;R.-8eatle  O.-'-N. Mason ,;   "���      i   ���  H. MacBeath, stroke '  Are  Canadians Not Tommies ? j  , ;:' ���> Toronto Telegram. 7   I ���'���-'  "Be kind to-Tommy Atkins," says  'the'London <NewB. ' The people!of  London cannot be in need of such  advice. The^^ill\- have, no chance  to be either kinrf;br criiel to Tommy  ���Atkins..'������.. iThe^tizen soldiers jof  Canada to the1 number of several  hundred are in camp in London.  These, men are- Canadians and do  not answer tothe names of "Tommy  Atkins," "Absent-Minded Beggar,"  or.any of the terms of contempt or  endearment which England may  apply, to., her regular .7soldiers.  Tommy Atkins is a type, but not a  Canadian type.. The Vdlunteers;in,  camp at London are Canadiansy and  second-hand names do not fit them;  "^ay*better than cast-off clothes; ; ;���__'  ���: ^"Accident.to> a Torpedo Boat ij. 'y  ... "Washington, ..D. C.,, June J^-r-  ���The' little torpedo-boat  Stockton'  broke;down again this morning on  her trial trip. ^ Judge advocate general Lenaley has received the following . telegram., from   rear-admiral.  Evans, the chief of the naval trial;  'board :; "Fort 'Monroe, ;Va;, June  17,  1901.^-Stockton  disabled.    Air  pump   starboard   engine    broken.  She-returns to the; navy-yard at  once.     The board leaves for Washington .tonight."   Nothing is known  as to the extent of   the accident,  but from the fact that  the  board  returns'o Washington, ic is assum'-d  that the repairs will 'Occupy 1 some  line,  TELEPHONE 27  TEES  <fe   OO,  Storo, Corner Baker aud Jonoyhii-u Stiee  A  PAINTS, OILS Z^NO GLASS.  GARDEN   TOOLS.  REFRIGERATORS     rubber and cotton hose.  POULTRY  NETTING  Sole   Agents   for   Giant   Powder   Company    and   Truax   Automatic   Ore   Gars.  jsriELSoisr  STORES   AT  S^IISTIDOIfcT  PEESONAL.  Bishop Dart of New Westminster  Is stopping nt the Phulr.  J. Frank Colloiia of San Francisco  Is RtoppinK at the Phair. 7 ' !  J.  Abbott, aiid   F. W.   Rolt   of  Rosnlnnd are loglstered at the Phair.        . ���-.-  ;   .  W. L.; McCain of Kaelo and  Geo.  H rron of Pilot Bay are'at the Hume.  James -D. Sword  and  George (O.  Guei=�� of Greenwood are at  lie Phair.  W.-F^-Teetzel   and J.  Roderibk  ROberlsou returned from Rossland Inst evening.  ;.���'. J, G. ,--Iryin g  of - Rossland. . D. A.  Cnmeron of Ymir and T. S. Dunbar of' Slocan  are regis! <��� red a t tho Queen's.       ���. 1    ���   -    x  H.J.  Stewart- of  Phoenix,  J. iT.  Rlni-k'.of ;-Ncw Penver and'T; M. -Fletcher of  AriuHirong are RioppniK at the Hume.  W. R Graham of Rossland, Steve  Da by nnd J. L> noli of tho Arlington mine, and  I >, J. Wallace of Concord aie registered at the  Tiemoiit. ���  R. B. Dupnn of Forty-nine Crpek,  Dan Munroe of XV iiniprg. Alexander Chi^lioliu  of Republic Hiid Flank Provost of S:ocan uro  stopping at the Madden. '  BUSINESS   MENTION.  the  For Sale or Rent.���Piano at  Old Curiosity Shop.  Wantpd���Girl     to    look     after  child.  Apply to Mo. 177 Silica s rott.  For pale���Rn'nc-h on1- Kootenay  river, lmploved.   Inquire W. P. "Robinson.  , Lost���Spaniel dog; black; named  "Bnb." Ktturu to Quoen's Hotel, Nelson. Reward. ���  To   rent���Two   large   furniihed  front rooms. Applewhaite block, opposite Oddfellows'hail.     ^        .**-.,.;   ,; - ; >  '" Wanted���Bookkeeper wants em:,  pio) ment for two or three hours a dny. Address  Bookkeeper, Ti ibuue office.  -'.To, Let���Furnished''front room,  with or without board: -Apply four doors above  City Hall, Victoria street. 1  Wanted ��� Two sawmill men,! a  man to run n pinner, and a cook. Apply W. C.  Employment Office. AVard streel^. _  ' For Lease���Palace hotel, Sandon,  B.C. Furnished throughout.-.!\Fdr pariiculars  apply to Mrs. A. Engan, .-andon. '_ ,  "'���To' rent���Office in tlie Turoer-  Bopcke block, corner Ward and Baker. Apply  to John A. Turner        ��_ ���-,,   >r-   ,  Japan Tea of all- kinds to suit  your taste. Bun Cured, Spider Leg, Pan Kired  in bulk or packages.   Kootenay iColTeo Co.'  Fonud���A sewing  machine   bo;--:,  with flxfcuroo. Owner rian eeoijre wiiue' by calling at tho Tribune ofllce and'paying for this  notice. '    ��� -    '-  Furniture,     pianos ;��5afes,    Sac,  moved carefully at rcasonabln ra'tes.' Apply J. T.  Wilson. Phone 270, Prot-or'n Second Hand Score,  Ward Street ' ,. '' ,     ,   .  Gold, copper, silver, lend'mines.  and prospects wanted., "end report and samp'es  to. the ProHnoctnr-"' Etchanger Nelson, B. C,  Room 4, K. W-C Block. ��� -.    -.     _  For sale���Tug boat Red Star atad  barge at reasonable figures to c��sh purchaser, on-  t me with good' socuritv. Apply to Ontario  Powder Works, Nelson, B. C. >  "   -  ** ' 1  1    For comfort and- ronvenif-nop go  -to the Ico Cieam  P.irlnrs of J. A   McOonalH.  Baker street, where evu y alteuliun and1 requisite is supplied. '  For   rent���House  on   Carbonate  street, between Srnn!��-y n,iiil Koot'nay street",  seven rooms, hai li, hjit ami cold water. Kant  ?25.  Inquire W. 1'. Robinson^    * '   ' "    y  Lost���On Fi id��v pvpning, a Indv'-*  gold brooch in the danoinsr ph vilion nt, tho Tramway park. Finder wi 1 b 1 rewardi d.by redlining  same to John Blomberg at the Grand Hotel.  '   For ��� sale   at .a-^jbavt;gain7���New  , two story hmise ; two Dl6ck<.frpm Baker street;  six rooms - with   buth;; mbor^-h 'conveniences.  Apply "House," Trib,ijiie>o'ffloe.-i,.  Free milling: g��^ijir^iperties.7 We  are anxious to secure af-j^frt* milling gold |>ro-  ��� * "* Kxcliunge,'  ���oi a3asj3i��v AiidiAioad sa3dao iiviaj  ���suoj-jduosoa lie jo -7.7-7-  saoqg st'Auao UMOjg pue aj,iq'/w jo ;uaLud|qg o2je-| h paAUJV jsnp  ^sb^   sure?jeg   sqr   ��IRM   ^lJ^3   ^^103  jo pasodsjpjjjun jso-3 .sjajnpejnu^ui ucq; ssa| aBfX.sjaq^jg'  ���:'���': -(a!lin PlJ^ ,spuB|aa|vj ^q '-zja 'ssauisnq jo  saot3|d  |ensn  aqi;  }h) ojiqnd aqvo; pajajy.o mou ajts'epepEQ puB satB^g paijun-  ' aqi ursjaijBLU isauy. aqj. Suisudoioo 'oOO'0��$ o; Sui;uhOLuy  }o >|oo;s paujquiOD aqj_  uj jo  pj^aq ajojaq jaAau saoud -.e  i;a>(jeuj aqi uo mom  saoHs qnv sxooa  4  000  E. FERGUSON & CO.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  NELSON. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  We Have En Route  1 Car G. & W. Whiskies, ex Toronto.  1 Car Imported Liquors, ex Liverpool.  1 Car Dogshead Ale and Stout, ex London,  1 Car Rainier Beer, ex Seattle.  Tnn Rainier Beer has become the favorite Be-"-in tho Coast cities.   It  has Diet in bucccssful competition the f��mo'ih Milwaukee Beeis.  Our  Special  Canadian Rye is the Most Palatable Whiskey in the  Market.   We nave it in bulk and iu cases 5's and 6's.  We are Ag-ehts for the Brunswiek-Balke-Collender Co Billiard, Pool  Tables and supplies of all kinds. Write lor prices and terms.  The  torn  pertles at one*.     ...    ...._.  Kelhon.n. C��� Room 4; K-W-Cf Block,  That fine hli-nrli of Ceylon TVh \v��  arc sellingat' thirty cents piir pimnd.ls vlying  the best of satisfuoUon to our inaiiy custoruurs.  Kootenay CorTee. Co. ;  ;! We'; have   Indian,   Ceylon    nnd  China .Teas in great viiriety. 'rjlioicesl. ivnlity.  We make a xpeclHlt)'of lilendlng fits iiml null  thera in any quantity al low�����t m\*.n.   Knotenay  ColToeCo  ;���'   :������  ; Notioe to oontraetors and others���  Oeneral liihVirers. gardeners; rook tnen, etc. will  he furnished free of charge to all per-ions requiring help nf tliis kind by applying t o l he secretary,  N.elsnn Laborers' Protective Union, Box ,'237,  Nelson. B. O.   '.",'���'...  ���'���������' '        ���','. .'.-'    (Vo.178)       ������'.,'���: ' 7  '.:,^.;i\;:;:.CER"riFICATE.;':';  ..7 '.'. ':]' .7-7 .'7--oF.riiK���  "     '-.''  -'���;_'���   ';  Regrlstration of an Extra Ppo-  ',      vinblal Company.  ;'-:",';'���;/'". ^Companies:AcV1897."      j  -I hereby certify tliat the" German Mining and ���  iMtllififc^oritfmny'' has this day, .been registered  as ,lan',)t'.xtra.:'Prbvlncial Compaoy. linder'thn  .I'Cornpflnie-TAbt. 1897,"to,carry o*-tor,ett*ectall  or any,of ��� tho objects"'hereinafter -'8>)t'-fnr.th-. t��  which the legislative' author!' y of the Legislature of British Columbia extends.-.:..  ,- The head office of: the '('oinpany.is situate in  -the   City of Tt-corna,  State rof... Washington,  iu-.'8'.'Ai.-- -,:���'.������:: - ������������iyx :x -..:.;���   .- >  .Tlie amount of-the capital of;;the Company is  one nuodrod thousand dollitrs.^dlj'ided into one  hundred i houiand shares of one dollar eacn. :  ���71 he-head offlce of the Company in this Province in situate at. Nelson, and Richard fap.e,;La-  bourer, whose address is Nelt-on aforesaid; is the  attorney for the Company: ��� ,'  The time of the cxistonre  of  the Company is  fifty years. ���        ��� ���. '  :��� Olvenunder my hand: and s'al nf office at  Vict rla. Province of Bri Ish (Jolumbla, t.hi�� 10th  dayof June, one thousand nine  hundred and  Tfrts;] '-'���������'���'.-.��� -       S. y! W.OOTTOX.   7  Rc(tistrar of Joint' Companies..  " Th'i objects' for which the Company .hsv. been  established Are those set out in tho Certiftcate of  . fegintr Jitlon granted to the Company on the 1st  '��� Kebrikary; 1899, and whicli appears in the British  Columbia Gazotte on the 18th February, 1S97.  NELSON CLOTHING HOUSE  NO    219   BAKER   STREET,   NELSON.  BOOTS!       BOOTS!       BOOTS!  For a few days only we will hold a slaughtering  '..'"��� discpunt sale of boots and shoes. ;  J. A. Gilken Proprietor  FISHING TAGKjLE   IS NOT A NEW VENTURE WITH US.  : We know yourwants and have what you need. Our line is  too large to enumerate, but a call will convince you that it is  the most complete in the city. .',.,'';,:'::,  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   GO.  .'!%__.  Imnoi-tei s and Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  ROSSLAND    eiNairVEERIINO   WORKS  V"   /?.;-.-;:.-::'i:   ' CUNL.IFFE  & McMILLAN;  Founders.   Boilermakers  and Machinists.  ORIS OARS.���This is our sptoialty.    Wo make the b*st. ore car on the 'market,  and sell then* as'  fast as we oin make them.    Write us for references and full partieula'h.  SECOND HAND "VlA.i HINKRY FOB SAL,H.-One Wl H. I', rofiirn tubular bolle*-, 5 lCsholl. I heads,  82 3-lluep. Tistoil to 180 pounds i-old water pi-ts'Uro; C2 ft. heavy 30 smokestack and all.flttinifs  <:ompl-,te. i >ne 0x12 horizoutal tlido valve engine. Oi.e 25 U. P.lfccoiijolive type boiler, with  engineattaehe-l.  WANTEI> Two 3 nr. 4 drill air.compressors; two small hoists, aboutlGH.P.; small boilers; 15 to-  25 H. P.' MuRt b�� in t;ood condition.  P.O.   Box   198. THIRD   AVENUE.   ROSSLAND.  $3500  PROPERTY, for $200 cash and  $2700 on terms to suit purchaser.  Grounds 12.0x100.feet. House with 0.rooms,.  Hathroom, pantry, closets, etc.;; large kireht-n  range iind all modern converiienoes; 3 years  insurance included. Also; lot 50x120 feet:o��;  Mill street for $250.   Apply  FLOJtfBBRS.

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