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 ..<a��Ut)'3ie*-��JJ__l_l^_!_A"raP��  ��!KH_&-W.��-2  ...~*��3��img-a-*----**'-e*---_^^  -Ttaaagaa-aBitiTBml'Pi'rnaaiMiB  -.    --PI  Mineral Production of British Columbia in 1900  $16,407,645  Mineral Production of Kootei-|_iy ir-1800  $10,562,032  /**?-���'  _���&��*'"���  -���O?8'--';  KTIjNTTH YEAR.  PROPERLY  TURNED  DOWN  THIS POWER COMPANY KNOWS A  GOOD  THING.  Offers $50,000 for a Light Plant With  an   Earning   Capacity   of  $24,000 Per Annum.  At a meeting of tho city .coum-ii iost  evening ? proposal wa< submitted from  the West Kootenav Power & Light.Co.  lor the purchase of the city's electric  light plant nnd a franchise to do business in the city. The olfci *,v is in the  nature of a feeler, and was feated a-?  a, joke by every member of the council,  it being the general opinion lliat when  the power, company was prepared to do  business something very different from  the offer submitted would he forthcoming. The proposition which the power  company made to thp city council was as  iollovr:  Gentlemen���On behalf of the West  Kootenay Power & Light Co., I beg to  Si.ibmit a proposition to vou for the  furnishing of light and power for your  city.  Our company has gone to a very large  expense in developing the waior power  ��� in -the Kootenay river, at Bonnrn.iLori  Tails, not far from the city of Nolson,  an'l at the present moment v-'e au- engaged in enlarging our plant so a** to  he able hereafter to furnish power -ind  li-rlu throughout West Kootenav ut the  lowest possible cost to consi-m*-is. Our  company feel-* that, owing to the pioneer character of the undertjking and  , tho large risk assumed from -the start  in the development of this power when  ihe market for it was.a very uncertain  quantity, and further owing to the first-  cias& plant, (as good as any in Canada) which has been elected, that iL  is entitled to and should receive the  good will of the whole community, and  v-heic practicable should bo encouraged  in the extension and growth ot its bus-  inc**"-.  Yn regard to the, lighting of llm citv  oi Nelson, while great ciedit is due to  those who st-c-ce-uded in supplying light  through tne present plant a. a certiin  period of the existence cf the citv still  it must be conceded that.in view_oJ.it!*.  recent -apid growth and the important  position it now occupies as a center i f  business and population, that the,i--**.s-  ent system is totally inadequate and  really' djes not do justice to a place of  lie iraporta ice of,Nelson. The tact  that at certain seasons of the year a  limit has to bo placed upon the use'of  lights, and tnat last year the dam on  Cottonwood creek was washed out altogether, thus rendering the city entirely  without light for several weeks, and  further that Ine power is not sufficient  to furnish a proper system of arc  lights for the streets of the city, seem  to render it quite plain that a change  ot some kind m rst be made and that  *.crv ciuicl.ly.  Another very important feature for  your consideration is that if you desire  to lender your city aU_active for manufacturing enterprises it is' abf-olutely  necessary to be able to supply i.ie great  modern factor of electric power, which  is not onlv more convenient, but more  economical   to  use  than  steam;     tins  ~~would~iurrisli_an~imporiant-iri'Uicemc*it-  to manufacti'i-ers to establish plants in  your midst and thus give,pay rolls and  increase and promote prosperity.  It is.needless to -*ay thnt to the ordinary visitor the lighting of the .r-.tre.et**-  by incandescent lamps apears to be very  primitive and behind the times. It  would certainly be only justice to the  real merits of Nelson that its streets  should he lighted by a first-class system of arc lights. We have given the  matter of the lighting of Nelson a great  deal of consideration and desire .j mai-e  an offer to you which will commend itself for liberality and- reasonableness,  not only "to your honorable body, but  to every business man in the citv.  We have examined your present plant  and have no hesitation in saying that  we could replace the same by more modern machinery and furnish the same  number of arc lights at a cost less than.  $20,000. but we recognize the expenditure which has been made" by the city,  and therefore propose to'ta..e a very  broad view of the proposition. Ve will  give you for the entire plant, upon the  "terms hereinafter mentioned,.$50,000 in  ca**h payable as follows: '$50u0 upon a  transfer being made and $5000 per year  for nine years, witn interest, at.o per  cent per-annum, with-the right to the  compar.y to pay the whole bit at any  time In addition to this the company  will a-vree-to furnish the power Jo.r l-O  arc lights.for the streets oi ..eison for  Ave years free of .charge to the city.; -he  city, however,, to install an..'maintain,  its own lanips at its own expense. Iho  company to receive a franchise for  erecting poles throughout the streets  of'the citv and to string and maintain  'wires thereon for furnishing lights and  power to the inhabitants, All poles,  wiring -and other - work done by the  company to be of the best quality -nn-1  workmanship. We also ask.for an exemption from taxation for five years.  If this proposition should be accepted  the citv would derive many advantages.  First���It. would enjoy a first-class,  continuous electric light service running nigi.t and day with no shut-off.on  account of lack of power or other  causes. ,  Second���You would have what the  people are clearly entitled to, namely,  the appearance and protection of a modern, up-to-date   city, wi-u its   slre-.ts  ���**-*��S_iJJ3F  illuminated iu the best manner by arc  lights.  Third���You would-furnish a most inviting field for manufacturing enterprises of all konds, which would *1j  more than anything else for the growth  and development of the city.  Fom ih��� Vou would have made an excellent arid profitable salo of the prcsnt  plant, which is, as Jill will admit, quite  insufficient for the' wants of the city  today.  rifth���-Municipal owiership of lighting i lants has been proved a failure in  the United States, where it has Inen  tried in many places  A representative of our company will  be glad to meet your honorable body, or  any committee thereof, at any time to  discuss tlie question. But for business  reasons we would feel obliged if prompt  ���action were taken. Yours- respectfully,  WEST KOOTENAY POWER & LICtHT  CO, LIMITED.  L. A. Campbell, General Manager.  When the proposit-oii was ; ead alderman Paterson suggested that '-onsideia-  tion of the offer be l**id over until che  question of the ownership of the power  site on Kootenay river should be 'le-  cided.  Alderman Selous observed that, upon  the face of the offc theie were one  or two very obvious luestions which  would have to be clcwd un before the  council, could even entertain (he offer.  One was whether in*the off-r of $50,-  000 the power company expectr-d to get  the electric light company'& water -ig'it  on Cottonwood  creek.  L. A. Campbell, who with Chester  Glass **ud W. A. Mac-'onald ".niic-arcd  on behalf of the power' '.onipanv, replied  that this would b<* a matter to be arranged. He ppid that he lid not think  that the comnany wanted the water.  Mayor Fletcher rejoined that in any  event tho city would not be in x position to make riny disposition of the  w*uer.    �� - .  Alderman Selous then added tha't ihe  company's offer was really one for the  pui chase of the city plant, and f-.r a  fi'f>iieh!<~e to c1.) hrisin *���.���.������ in ihe city.  Mayor Klot'-hr-r rem.n l.i> 1 Hint "ven  in this sh-i'io it -was a very l.irge question for tho cou.'i-il to Jr-pcse of. The  city plant \\-as .il* *> -.:r -.aming-a revenue of S21,000 a vear, an 1 in view <f  this fact he dM _ ot think that the pi>'s-  ont oi any of lie- rny council or tne  people "of th-.. cit y vniihl ior ������>nri moment entertain tno proj.csal to si 11 lln*  same ior $5'J,0i>0.  Alderman llarr ill r. fiirggrf-lc-1 that  the proposal o<�� rcfoii'-'ij.o the flic, wator and light c-oni'ii i',33 us a !n_t r-t"p.  Mayor Fletcher concurred-in this, as  upon the rcpoit o*" tn*' committee the*  whole matter coaU bo Jisciiobi'd.  Alderman, Uv-ullnji thou made a f M--  .mal inotioir-for ,\j_ ej.e-rxii---'. of tnejnair.  ter t<* the .oirmitti-c. winch v~*is" s.-c-  onded by -illetmai Paterson and  a*rued to.. x  'vV. A. M-i"doii.ili_. tncri addressed.thr  council and urged that tho oiler of the  power company receue the earliest jms-  sible considetatioii, .as the companv \-*as  spending a larga sum of iioii.-/- in improvements and was n iturally anxious  to Know as soon us possib.3 whore it  was likely to be abl? to dispose of  ���iov er.    -  Mayor Fletcher in reply said he did  not think that either the council or,tlie  people would entn-tain, tne l-rupobal  made for one mom-.iit. The commit  tee, however, could Aubinit iU report  upon Um oftci made and then lhe council would gi ->' ns ''epl.v. For this purpose a special nicetmg of the council  could be called if ne:os*.a -r.  W. A. Macdon.-il-i then .nskod if it  would be pos-siblc to have a mooting  of tie commiti*-e on lire toiliwrng day,  in order that M'\ Gliis-5 could oe pies-  ent and furnish the committe** with any  "information- which-mi_-.nr-be-, equii edr  Alderman PatLi-'.o.i in reply said Ui.'it  in any event T'ic committee would not  go outside the broad question of selling the,plant on me otter made  - Mayor Fletcher added that the-council-  weulri not ntort.ain any. proposal to -;cll  the franchise'of the old light,.company.'-  The. city required^all the' vvater in Cottonwood crock. The powc.r company in  Iris opinion si-.np!y (lesir-'d. an cntraiice,  into the city so that it' ���������mill lo a lighting business.. Noti-aig else' cduhl be'oii-  tortained, as it wouV.l io impossible to  get 10 per cent of the liw-p.lo o vot'? fnj  any by-law which .contemplated tho giving away of any water rights which  the city held. - All that the,power company could hope.for in any event'would  be a franchise to do business in the  city. It, was a question' whether the  power company should be admitted, and  if this .was decided in the;affirmative  then the price at which it should be  admitted. Alderman Irving, chairman  of the (ire, water and-light committee,  said he did not think it would he convenient for the committee to meet tomorrow, and when it did meet it:would-  'simply take up the broad question of  the sale of the plant, so that expert  opinions would not be required. With  'this-the.-representative's of.the power  company retired and the subject  dropped. ..."  Klondike Gold Receipts.  SEATTLE, June 24.���Gold-Receipts  by the Dolphin from the" Klondike this  morning are: Canadian Bank of Commerce, $1,000,000; individual dust, $350,-  000; shipped via St. Michaels on the  712th ihst., $2,500,000; on. the way up  the river (estimated), $1,000,000. Alas^  ka's output from .tho spring clean-up  has started in a steady flow to Seattle.  Over three tons of gold, or $2,500,000,  is on its way down the Yukon. It wili  be brought from St. Michael, probably-  on.-th*- Roanoke, un the 20th' over  rji.uuu.OOO was on its way up the Yukon  from Dawson.       :   ' [Sending the Bodies Home.  DAWSON, June 14, via' Seattle, June  24.���Bodies of several people who died  in Dawson last winter are to start, for  tlie outside within a few weeks. They  are all to be taken to their old homes  for interment. ���   -'-  NELSON, B. C., TUESDAY, JUNE 25,- 1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  :*<  TWO  HUNDRED LIVES  REPORTED  LOST  -And   $2,500,000  of   Property  Destroyed  NEW -ORK, June 24.���Mayor Land  ot Uluefields. W.v Va., wires as follows-  "It is estimated that 200 lives were List  in the Elkhorn flood. The damage to  the Norfolk & Western railway is efati-  niated at a half million dollars and to  tlie coal companies and indivic.ua 1_> at  $2,000,000. There is no communication  with any point further down the vplley  'than Elkhorn. I am unable to tell  whether outside assistance will be  needed until further infor'iiati_n comes  in."  RICHMOND, Va., June 24 - A special  to the Dispatch from a reliable correspondent at Bluefields says all the n -\vs  so far_is b*-s"d largely on rumor; ,that  the facts can't yet be obtained and it  is probable the reports are exaggcr-  at.'id."  ROANOKE, Va., June 24.���Passengers  who arrived here this morning, having walked 11 miles from" Vivian to the  small town of Ennis to get the train for  this city, declare that the number of  deaths has been exaggerated, in their  opinion, and feel confident that not  more than 100 people have -lost their  lives. The mountain districts lying,  back from the railroads probably have  suffered heavily and the exact loss of  life will not be known for several days.  A railroad'man at Vivian told the Associated Press correspondent that the  rain started Fr.iday night in moderation, but shortly after miunight the  heavens- seemed to open and nour forth  great volumes of water. When the cloud  burst over the town of Vivian there  wjis a passenger train standing in the  lailroad yard. About 40 passengers, of  iv horn three were women, were in the  cars. The wat*"r rose rapidly and soon  Was, over the wheels.   Houses' and cars  were being washed about before the  frightened passengers. They wen*  thrown from the cars and the male passengers ca*.ight them and waded through  the water waist deep to places of safety  around the coke ovens and on the hills.'  Noifolk & V/cstern oflrcial:- here say  that owing to the wires being down and  ro direct communication they aro unable to estimate .the damage caused by  the flood in the coal fields. They do not  believe the damage to property will  amount to $2,000,000, as at first reported. The i-eport ,that 200 lives were  lost is now thought to be too great.'  When the passenger tiain from the  wt'St over the Norfolk & Western railway arrived this morning there wore  many peopln at the s-lation who had  waited anxiously all night f'-r the belated news carrier frcm the devastated  coal fields of West virginia. _*mong  those on this train who had been in the  ..torm were a prominent business man  of Roanoke, several railroad men, seven  wi men and two children. TLey can z  direct to Roanoke from v rvian and were  compelled to-walk 11 miles to Ennis,  where they were enabled to get a "train  for this city. The passengers feci confident that no more than 100 people  have lost their lives. When the men  waled from the train et Vivian the  ladies were too much frightened to get  into the water and were placed on the  tender of the engine, where they w-re  tafe. Other portions of the railroad  vsrds were washed out and a hundred  box cars were wrecked. The house in  which the trainmaster at Viviaai lived  was washed away. A young son of the  section master rode on ti e- driftwood  about four miles nn,d was then lodged  in a tree, from which he was rescued.  A colored section hand was drowned.  The rain ceased falling about 9 o'clock  Saturday morning. There has been no  rain since and tho streams are gradually  falling A'big furniture store and a  large clothing house were washed away  at Vivian as were also about a dozen  small dwellings in the lower portion of  the-village. Three dead bodies were.seen  bv colored  men at Ecl.man and  three  colored and one white corpse at Empire.  Two bridges were washed away at Vivian and another at North Fork Junction and three persons are reported to  huve been drowned near the latter place.  All the bridges and trestle work has  been washed away on the Commons  River branch of the Norfolk & Western-system. All telegraph lines are  down and tracks are badly washed out  on this division. The people who came  fiom Vivian did not come through the  town of Keystone,- bat around it. Thoy  state, however, that the damage done  there is nothing like as great as reported. They think not more than a  dozen houses were washed away. They  cannot say how many, if any, lives were  lost at Keystone.       ,   -* -  As to the 10 miles of railroad between  Vivian ard Ennis it is stated there is  not 100 yards of track in vone place 'and  it is thought this division wil not be  repaired for n fortnight. Fifty people  wal-ied over this .washout Sunday to  f,et from Vivian and Ennis. The damage  done all over the coal fields is immense,  hut everyone seems to have been" too  greatly excited rand too anxious to ,get  away to take time to inquire into the  affairs of their neighbors. It is certain, however, that much valuable machinery has been washed av.ay. Many  of the wrecked cars along the En-horn  *. alley have been washed down the river  and "probably will be a total loss. East  ..of Enris the train had little trouble  getting through to Bluefields. Two  bruises pre ��one between Vivian and  Welsh. At Shawnee*the Shawnee Coal  eompany lost all their mine mules,  which were in the stable when the  f?torm swept down on them. A report  from Keystone has it that a mob of  negroes there refuse to work for $2 a.  day, but are loafing arcund and watching their chances to steal from'the de-'  bris. Another report says the number  'of dead there is 17 and that of this  'numbei 10 have been buried. Newspaper men have gone to the coal fields to  ,eet reliable information, and- it is expected that something definite will be  known within the next 24 hours.  A PLAGUE  SHIP  ARRIVES  QUARANTINED   AT   SAN  '"    CALIFORNIA.- *'  DIEGO.  SaicTto Have Been Six Deaths on tlie  Voyage, All but One Being  . 'Members of the Grew.  WASHINGTON, June 24.���Surgeon  general \_ yman of the marine hospital  today was informed by Dr. McKay,  quarantine officer at San, Diego, Cal.,  of the arrival at that port of a plag'ie-  infected ship. The vessel is tlK British  steamer Carlisle City, which sailed from  Horg Kong on May 1G and coming --ia  Yokohama and Honolulu, reached San  Diego late Saturday. Dr. McKaj reports that there w.;r�� .:ix derths en  route, five of which were certainly  caused by plague and^the dixtins s i-  posed to have been. All the deaths cut  one wore among members of tho crew,  the exception being a Chinese steerage  passenger. Dr. McKay-reports :that...all  the'others on board arein-gpodhoalLhi  Nevertheless '���- th e. vessel is bei n g - th or-  oughly disinfected arid kept well-.away  from the wharf so-as to prevent the es-  .cape of-'rats as -well as. 6f-;persuhs. Dr.  McKay says that dead rats :.were''found  oii '"the ."shipjShJifore ,thejsicknes�� h-.ade  its ai)pe'arari'ce;ir The crew' of ihe Car-  'lisle City '.consisted .of. ei/rht European  and 44 Chinese.. .The'vessek.carried one  European cabin passenger and' .12 .Chinese steerage passengers. .  .  SAN DIEGO/Cal., June 24.���TheBrit-  isli", ship Carlisle" City, which arrived  here Saturday from Hong Kong, is still  delayed in .quarantine. The _death; of  six Chinese on the voyage occurred under circumstances which local'-^iquaran-  tine officers declared indicated*'plague.  There, was no sickness on. .thfeyessel  when she arrived' and-nbrie'has-since  developed. -She lies several miles from  the city and every precaution is being  taken to prevent any person on board  from coming ashore. There is no alarm  here, as it is not believed that even if  the vessel is no.w infected, the. disease  can be communicated to. the mainland,  Some surprise is expressed here that  the disease which appeared on the Carlisle City should be positively declared  to have' been plague. There was :no"  physician on the.vessel and. the bodies  of the dead were thrown overboard,:the  last one several days before the -ship  reached  port.        -7    ���    ���   ���  .  Sheriff.Friendly to Strikers.  MA-TTEWAN,' W. Va., June ,24.���No  developments of a serious nature marked Sunday's situation at tlie scene of  the strike in the Thacker-Mittewaii  coal fields. At a secret caucus held at  Thackei- Saturday night it is understood that vigorous expressions were  lapde by strikers ir. condemnation cf  Judge Jackson's sweeping injuuetions,  but the conservatives wore in-the majority and no plan of campaign was  mapped out looking t'a.any trespass on  its conditions. However, the statement  ��� in made that tlie m**n it wurk. 'representing .a small percentage of the 2000  inyolved, would be-pressed to unite with  the strikers. While the'injvnct'on was  made elfective Fiiclay, ihe defendants  in equity were not formally Servoi until this morning.' -The service of summons met with no particular act of violence,'although the oflicers were g';ee;ed  -wuh-jeers and inj.precations'of "gjvern-  ment by inunction." To ad>' to the seriousness of the situation sheriff Hatfield and a force of picked men who reported for guard duty at the mines hdvo  lefused to serve.  *I<*l*^*t**I'*.".*'I'>.**I**.**-**'.*' *!-*i,^,!-^**I*,i*,.*>,M*,.**��*'_*'  'V .                                                     *  ���{* Mining supplies and * general   -J-  ���**��� hardware, assayers' supplies and   -.-  ���I- chemicals, drugs and medicines,   *l*  ���!��� dry  goods  and   clothing,   boots   ���*���  ���l* and   shoes,   furniture   and   bed-   -J-  ���!���'   ding, fishing tackle and station-   �����!���  ���I- ery, books and newspapers, gro-   ���">  ���I* ceries and provisions, fresh and   ->  ���I- ' salt meats, fruits and confection-   *}���  'I* ery, cigars and tobacco, imported   ���$���  -I' and   domestic   liquors,   in   fact  -.*��� everything in the way of general  ���I* merchandise, can be procured in  ���I- Nelson on Thursdays during the  *l* same  hours  as  on" other  days,  ���{��� notwithstanding  all   reports   to  ���I* the contrary.  ���I-  ���i-4^*f^*f*l^*f-f*f'H��-**f*i<^W*'H*-.^W'  PACIFIC DIVISION IS QUIET  SUPERINTENDENT   MARPOLE  ON  "STRIKE SITUATION.  Ontario   Newspaper   Editorially   Discusses Trackmen's Action and  Its Inconsistencies.  EASTERN CANADIAN NEWS  Wired in Brief.  BROCKVILLE, Ont., June 24.���Venerable; archdeacon Bedford Jones' died  Saturday at Danville, N.'Y.  HAMILTON, Orit, June 24.���The Hessian iiy is doing a great deal of damage  in the growing" wheat in the surrounding'country.  DRUMBO, Ont., June 24.���News frcm  AVrarton, Wingham. and Camilla report  scr ious ��� -damage to fa rm property and  growing grain and fruit crops by a.  storm which was felt'with cyclonic force  at Drumbp,.Saturday riigh't. ���  MONTREAI-, June 24.���Ninety' infants died in Montreal last week of infantile debility.,: Health office/officials  say the principal cause of the awful  mortality is ignorance.-on the part of  mothers and carelessness in feeding.  DRUMBO, Ont, June 24:���A cyclone  passed immediately, north of this place  about 7 o'clock Saturday-night, taking  everything hi,its path. No lives were  lost, but much" property-Wfis damaged  and orchards and crops injured.  PORT COLBORNE, Ont.-,' June 24 ���  The Lord's Day Alliance has taken proceedings ��� against.;. the - captain .. of. the  steamer' Pennsylvar-ia -for"-alleged ' in-  ifiaction of the .laws of Ontario by, run-  ���ning Sunday,,.' excursions -fronv. ihere. to  ���Buffalo. ' ; _   ;  CLARKSBURG, Oni^June 24.���Joseph Sout; :a highly. respected- resident  of this place, was instantly''killed Saturday. The horses which he was driving became frightened, ran away and  threw him out of the wagon, the front  wheels of which passed over him with  fatal .results,  - TORONTO. June 24.���A gentleman  fiom the northern part of the province  is reported to have won $3800 at a game  of poker after 4S hours' constant play  at a down town hotel last week. During  the play no solid food was eaten and  one of the players became so exhausted  that morphine had to be injected into  him to sustain his strength. Police prosecution is likely.  KAMLOOPS, June- 21.���In an inter-  Mew with general superintendent Marpole this morning he says; "Section  men all "over the Pacific division are  most orderly and quiet and anxious for  a termination of the trouble. Intimidation was attempted by br-idgemen nea-  North Bend, but the opportune presence  of speccial constables, accompanied by  the chief engineer, prevented trouble.  IjO>,i1 men to the company have b-^eri  threatened time a*id again hy irrespon  sible-individuals and members of extr:.  gangs, who are mostly foreigners, but  not a case is Ic-own where section ri.i-n  have diiectly inteifered in any w_.y,  much to their credit, and they are car-:  rying out their promises to the officials  of the company "  TORONTO, June 24.���Under the heading "He Queers His Case" the Hamilton Herald has the following editorial  remarks on the trackmen's strike.  John T; Wilson, president of- the Brotherhood of Railway Trackmen, has  made certain statements for publication  which cannot fail to damage the ca<*o of  the striking C. P. R. trackrren. He admitted that the 0. P.- R. Oomp.any7.had  been paying higher wages to its,,track  force than wages paid' for .track^services on other roads.-;"We do not. propose to discuss condition:; on pother  roads," said Mr. Wilson. "The question  is, is the C. P. Repaying its men a fair  share of the wealth they are helping  them create?": The Brotherhood of Railway Trackmen is an International organization. Almost all its officers are  Americans. Mr. Wilson, the executive  head, is himself ar. . American. This  American executive has ordered a strike  of men employed on the C. P. R., and  it has done so in spite of the fact, admitted by president Wilson to be a fact,  that C. P. R. trackmen have be-m getting higher pay than tiai-kmen on Am-_  erlc-an railways. ,Tbi-. admission sug-'  gests some questions which Canadian  people; would like to have satisfactorily  answered beforo .deciding that their  sympathy is due to th._ men on strike.  Does the Brothcihood or its executive  desire a general and eauitable increase  in wages of railway trackmen? If so,  does it think that the best plan to secure such an increase is to begin by ordering the best paid trackmen to strike  for higher pay? If C. P. R. trackmen  are inadequately paid, \mcrican railways are, according to president Wilson, still more inadequately paid. Would  it not have been fairer all round to  level the pay of American trackmen to  the C. P. R. standard before attempting to force the C. P. R. to raise the  standard? Is it not a principle of trades  unic.nisra that the best way to cause a  general increase iir wage**- is to r**r?ethe  minimum? In the present case, is the  brolnerhood exectilve actinsr in harmony with that principle? It has frequently been charged that labor*leaders  are sometimes used as instruments by  great corporations. If president Wilson  desires to free himself from such suspicion in the minds of Canadian people  he would do well to make some more  sratisfactory explanation of the'cause of  the C. P. R. strike than he has yet  made. It is not at all inconceivable  that American railway companies, rivals of the C. P. R., desiring to cripple  that road at this busy season, would be  \ery much pleased to see a general  strike of ,C. P. R. employees and would  do what they could to precipitate such  a strike. There is another statement  made by president Wilson wliich calls  for explanation. He was asked whether  he would agree to submit the C. P? R.  trackmen's case to arbitration. ' No," he  replied, "not under present circumstances." What, a labor leader refuse to submit to arbitration? Vvhy. what are the  circumstances which, in this case, destroy the reasonableness or justice of  aibitration as a j.-'-t..od cf settling a  labor dispute? The fact is Mr. Wilson  has by his indiscreet utterances  "queered" his cause in the eyes of the  Canadian people and should not be surprised if he fail to eilist the sympathy  cnihls side.  MONTREAL, June. 24.���The meeting  of other organizations that was to have  been held in Montreal on Sunday, to  sympathize with the C. P. R. trackmen,  did not materialize. The sympathy  seems to be with the railway, who pays  its employees the top wages.  - PORTLAND, Maine, June 24.���The  strike of trackmen on the Maine Central is reported to be on its last legs and  Wilson, the organizer from St. Louis,  Mo., has been called by the trackmen's  committee to Portland to see if he can  get any concessions. He is expected  Tuesday morning.  SAW LARCE ORE SUPPLIES  AND    SMELTERS    THAT    WERE  DOING- REMARKABLE  WORK  All in a^. Country That Is BeinR De  cried aB One of.the Worst  Governed on Earth.  - ���:    >  - x > ''*s  '    -,--*��  .   ' ��� r'i'"  .   "7  I  .-  TV  *-_,-3s  w'-t-V  **$i  <'__*-&9  -if"!;,-,,?  4f  * ���;-.  -*��     * r"  *   v. *  Fairview Reorganization.  FAIRVIEW, June 24.���[Special to  the Tribune.]���Letters received at the  office-of the Fairview Corporation, Limited, from general manager Richard  Russell, who is in, Montreal, state that  the scheme to reorganize the concern  on an assessable basis is progressing  satisfactorily. It is proposed to incorporate a new company under the title  of the New Fairview Corporation, Limited, capitalized in the same amount as  the present concern, namely, $1,000,000,  iu 4,000,000. shares of the par value of  25 cents. The shares in the new undertaking will be exchanged for the old  company's stock as paid up to 'It cents,  'leaving three cents a snare to be called  up in small monthly" instalments. As  the present corporation still has about  1,000,000-shares unissued in its treasury, the three cent assessment will be  confined to only 8,uoi).i'uvi shares issued.  This will provide'a fund of ?90,0uu when  the assessments are all collected. Out  of this sum it is proposed to pay off  the Gooderham & Blackstock mortgage;  to remodel and equip-the Tin Horn mill  up to a capacity of 60 stamps aud develop the mine sufficiently to furnish  at least 150 tons of ore per day.  The work at the Stemwinder consists  of continuing the west drift on the  300-foot level; now in 90 feet.' recent  samplings show a decided increase in  the value of-the ore, the last 10 samplings giving an average of ?7.94 in gold  and silver.  Dawson Murder Case.  DAWSON, June 14, via Seattle, Wash.,  June 24.���The trial of George O'Brien,  charged with the murder at Lynne of'  Wallace���Rolfe_andJ'red_H._CIayson._  both of Seattle, and Ole Olsen, a Daw-  son-Skagway telegraph lineman, Christmas day, 1899, on the winter trail near  Minto, soutn of Dawson, which was oe-  gun here this week, is the most absorbing and sensational ever held in  the north. Some idea of the magnitude of the case as presented by tne  government may be gathered from the  fact that the estimated cost already  of the prosecution is more than ?100,-  000. Eight witnesses have been - gathered here by the crown from all parts  of the Yukon and from the states and  Lower Canada. Captain-Scarth of the  northwest mounted police, who has conducted the search for witnesses and evidence for 18 months, has left not the-  slightest clue unturned and miles on  miles have been traveled in the Yukon and on the outside by his big corps  of assistants, notably among them detective McGuire of Chicago. The work  of searching for O'Brien's supposed accomplices and in gathering clues to evidence has entailed cne most extraordinary detective work ever done in the  north.' Much was done in the dead of  the arctic winter. Men have trailed the  supposed accomplices the full- length  of the Yukon, up the tributaries of  the river and perhaps to points beyond  not yet made public- Some of trie special detectives went down the Yukon  and out by the way of Nome and Seat-  a l**st fall.  The Oarsmen.  HBNLtii, June 24.���Some fast trials  were accomplished here tins afternoon,  the Pennsylvania crew doing tne best,  covering the full course in 7 minutes,  3 1-5 seconds, and: hart the course in  3 minutes 25 seconds. Starting at 40  to the minute, the Americans never  got-below 37 and some times spurted  to 42. A number of British oarsmen  who accompanied the Americans consider the trial a remarkable one. The  Fennsylvanians were by no means  rowed out. They proceeded to their  boathouso half a mile further on before stopping. The conditions of wind  and water were not favorable to the  oarsmen. - ue-Leandersdid the course  in 7 minutes 35 seconds,' so the Americans' chances are regarded as good.  .- ~m  r *������������  . *   -* ti*l  1 *  SJtfl  ���*- il^sl  ****?i*  On  his return Kast,  Dr   Ledoux of ^  New York stopped for a day ir. Spokane  and ^was   interviewed   by   the   Review.  '  A  portion   of  the  interview   Is* given  below: -    .  ^'The object of my visit to British  Columbia was to look over the copper  camps and smelters in order to be able  to tell .the people who are buying this  material in Europe and the east, what  are their prospects of continuing to get  this supply. - -  "In Europe especially, where this copper matte is'bought, it is a custom of  the buyer to sell copper against their;  purchases, so that when they 'make a-  contract for a year's supply of copper  and sell the equivalent amount- ahead  they want to be sure they are going  to get it. -   -  "As far as the smelters' that'I have  visited are concerned, at Trail.o Grand * ~  Forks and Greenwood they are probably  doing the cheapest work of any smelters north of Arizona.   Most of the ore   '  in the Boundary district is self-fluxing,     ,  so that no barren iron or lime is neces-    '  sary.    They are smelting from 350 to    *  400 tons  per ��� day through single fur-"  naces,   which   under "ordinary    condi-    *���-  tions would only handle 2o0 tons,   This  is entirely due to the fortunate charac-�� >  ter of the ore.  "The next most important'question is      ,  the  supply  of  ore  for  these  smelters.   %-  ���   *   of  satisfying  myself  on   *  this   point,   I   examined   some  of . the -,  most' important  mines   iri  eachl camp,  '   '  such as the Le Roi at "Rossland- and "~ "���  the Granby company -mines at Phoenix. "   "  "As far as the Le Roi is concerned,  I  not only saw large ore reserves^  far as  1  could  see on .s^nyihg~vTsit,.  but  was   especially  pleased  '.with   -no  character ..of the work underground and  the economy and ingenuity displayed "in _  the construction and operation of.over-'*-  head work.       ' '*" -  "The mines at   J-'hoenix   show even,;  larger bodies of low grade, ore than I  ��� ��� - .^.^gpj  had -expected.i   In* the  Ironsides"-and    _, i "����$,1  Knob Hill one finds it possible to ineas-  ."ureiup"ore .in sight by the millionftbte*_'--'i "j^7~-,i-j  -   "Were it''not'for the intelligent 'and..:' yf''"'jj_'._  liberal co-op��ration on the partot-ine   -"7'jt 7^Jp^\  railroads,  even  the .very  cheap "smelt-  ���' " '~"*"*-~^  ing aijd',large' dre^bpdies would-not be'  sufficrent .to bear- thVexpense of treat-- '  ment.    But  with-the' co-operation  of  the railroads the future of the Boun-   ,  dary" country- seems to me to be on, a. -  solid basis. *   *      " ..  "The copper produced from the British-Columbia ores finds a readier market'in Europe than the product* of some  other ^countries, because "the ' ores are  free from arsenic and other impuri-_  ties which seriously affect the quality"  "When I was at Phoenix they-.had  just- broken through between the Ironsides and Knob Hill tunnels, giving,  some 2000 feet of ore of varied grades.  "While at the Hall Mines smelter at  Nelson I was glad to notice the preparations for the resuming of copper  smelting. -The Copper King, which,  they own, shows a sufficient reserve of  high grade copper ore to justify ship-  mTentsrwith~indications~of-permanencyr  "The Trail smelter is running full in  all departments, and is turning out  both lead and copper at a remarkably  low cost, considering the.complex character of the ore it handles and the necessity of using fluxes on Rossland ores.  "The copper product of the Boundary  and Rossland districts alone amounts  to more than;.2,000,000 pounds of the  metal per month, all being shipped.at  present in the form' of matte, carrying  50 per cent of copper. By November  the Granby smelter will be producing  the metal itself, as additional^furnaces  and converters are being added. By  that time they will be. smelting over  1000 tons daily.  "Speaking of our direct interests in  the Boundary country, 1 will say. that  we handle from 2,000,000 to 5,000,000  pounds of copper matte per month.  This means that we handle $.250,000  worth of the product each month.  "Our firm handles practically the. entire copper product of Arizona, and a   __  very considerable part of that of Mexico and of Montana."  ���a rr^-M  rX^^-lT&X  ���>*/��� X?3��\  - ^ ***"_sl  ': "frpgu  > -m  1 .7m  "��� '--si  ?I  V  'm  evil  4  ���5  -551  I  Bad Toothache Medicine.  Sj-i.-uBY, " Ohio, June 24.���Cora  Strock of this place got a bottle of chloroform to stop a toothache. She-was  shaking the bottle, when the cork devout and a quantity of the liquid was  thrown into her eyes. Physicians are  unable to say whether her sight will  be destroyed. Leroy Buxton of .OraiiSeville tried to burn the nerve out of ;.  tooth. He put the head.of 0 cia'-.ch in  the cavity and lighted it with a heated  wire. He was thrown into convulsions.  Buxton had the tooth attended "to in  the usual manner when he recovered:  Dunkin Repeal Too Much.  DANVILLE, Que., June 24.���G. G.  Goodhue, a wealthy farmer, committed  s-uicide this morning by hanging himself. He left a letter saying he feared he  would be killed and had decided to anticipate such an event. He was a prominent temperance man and was greatly-  affected by the recent repeal of the  Dunkin temperance act. He was one of  its chief upholders and had personally  secured many convictions for Its violation.  I  -.i-l  . *��l  *���*; *" THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B.C. TtESDAY, JUNE 25, 1901  iff :   "  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  Incorporated 1C70.  FORGET  How old you are.  Forget your wife's name.  ' Forget now many children you have.  BUT DOl-FT FORGET  : That the  Hudson's Bay Stores  (Telephone No. IS.)  -   Offer, the  largest stock to   select  \-^from, the best va[ues, and the very  ', best quality in  Everything; Obtainable  to eat, drink, or use.  THE HUDSOFSBAY COMPANY  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  who-had shown an entire lack qf ratio  haL strategy in the tactics which produced tlie results seen, but smokeless  powder and long range quick-firing"  rifles, which involved dispersion and invisibility to a degree 'unheard of formerly and to the possibility of providing  riflemen with a larger number of cartridges. The action of the artilltry in  South Africa had been generally absolutely contemptible against an entrenched enemy.  Special Bargains,  IN  Boots and Shoes  (X.x^.jj'.o.00.0.0.0.0.<g.*��->*����_ vi-.' ���_.���-_������-*��>���_������*�������������-_-���*--_������*������> ^scai��������-;a,-ai���*_�����*/  ��he ��ribmte  K-  ���J.    .  .;..j^~*j..H--!--l*-.~H~H- *-H'*fr-M-,H--HH��'K-  ... 4*  ���!���_ Mining supplies and - general  *���!��� hardware, assayers' supplies and  ���J* chemicals, drugs and medicines,  ���I** dry goods and clothing, boots  ���J* and shoes, furniture and bed-  ���s* ding, fishing tackle and stationery, books and newspapers, groceries and provisions, fresh and  salt meats, fruits and confectionery, cigars and tobacco, imported  and domestic liquors, in fact  everything in the way of general  merchandise, can be procured in  Nelson on Thursdays during the  tame hours as on other days,  notwithstanding all reports  the contrary.  "  *  *  *  '*'  * ��*���  ���_���  ���_���  TT*I*VV  to -*  *  W- -���-M^-H'-H*^***.  Decorative  Tissue  Festooning  Can be used in every conceivable shape. For dec.  orating and 'entwining  upon the inside arid outside of Building-*, Clubs,  Floats, Boats nnd Windows, it is made in all national and society and  elub colors, ATTRACTIVE and BRILLIANT,  and isoO.per cent less in cost than any olher  kind of Decorating Material. Besides the Festoons, we havo Wreaths, Stars, Shields, Maltese  Cross and Parade and Horse Plumes vvoll worth  your whilo to seo.  THOMSON STATIONERY.CO; Ltd  Notwithstanding thafc there are  two bankrupt stocks of boots .and  shoes now being oifered in this city,  I am prepared to meet the prices  listed for same, and as my stock is  fresh���just opened up���from the  manufacturers, I would solicit an  inspection before purchasing.  The results that I have obtained  since advertising my discontinuance  in business have been most satisfactory. The great variety of my  stock of clothing and gents' furnishing!-, wifch all prices maiked in  plain figure.0, has proven an irresistible factor in securing sales.  Those who have not taken advantage of my l eductions should  call and compare prices and quotations with those offered iu any  other storo in the city. Everything  is offered at eastern wholesale cost.  ^A'^-00 ' 00'00 ' 00' 00 ' 00' 00  *&:'<0*'i��!_'0*'<*L'00.  **��-��,-**-��-- .^'^  TnTrnrriTiiiiumtttnnntiiimmin;  BUTTERICK  PATTERNS-  mimmiiiiiii;n:iimiu_mui:m_i  36 Bakep Street, Nelson;  :uusj_uj_-i.-L-_uixxux_x__zir_zzi--cz:::'x_xz  ,      JUNE DELINEATOR  1 NOW READY H  1 _J  imgnininnnmiiiHiinnnnmuii  a>  ���to  to  m  9\  to-  to:  to.  c  JSLT  "V7"03STIDE^^TJLIL"^^  LOW   PBIOES  I- -.'���  ��� t Js-V,  li-  I!' -  IK  "    The proposition laid befoie the city  ..council last night by the-West Koote-  1 aiay Power & Light Company is so man-  '���_ w"~ Ifestly absurd that it ^is not worth so-'  r f_    nous' consideration..    The rmana.gsr  of  ^>-^Hnat cou.riarr/,-judging" bv theVonlrug  of  the,, proposal,   must- Be   from .ihe  Orient;   for- everything he has to sell  is so excellent that it cannot be, sur-  'passed, while that which he wants to  ���purchase is* so worthless* that it is not  worth anything.    The City of 'Nelson  'has undertaken to'own public." utilities,  like  water  and  electric light.    It  l\us  paid  for" -what1' it- has   got;   and* there  are few ratepayers4n the'*town who rue  the bargain-the .city hf.s  ..raat. -For  the six months ending June 30th of this  year, 'the. electric  light  rates  charged  amount to ?12,96i.69, and:the actual collections have T-een $10,653.29.    The expenses of operating and. maintaining the  plant for five months ending May 31st  last  were^ $2526.32,  or  at  the  rate  of  $6077.60 a year, which leaves the city  $15,228.98 as profit for the year. ; The  interest and ^sinking fund- requirements  on the cost amount to $6300, to which  should^be'ad'ded $5000 for depreciation;'  and the eity has then a net revenue of  0' _vr.r ���-     ^ ,       .. ���  $4000 a year from i_s>'(-ftectri<rTighting*  system, besides free lrght in ull crtj  -offices-and^buildings,and_streets.-/_Four_  thousand dollars.is 5:per"cent on $80,-  000, and it is 3 mills on *he total value  of all the real estate in the, city, 'rased  on the assessment for thrs year. The  proposal of the West Kootenay Power  & Lrght Company is that the city shall  turn over an asset that cost $70,000 for  $50,000 in cash and street lighting of  the approximate value of $12,500 Were  the offer $150,000 in cash and free street  lighting for 99 years, the proposal might  be worth considering.  Pi .nos to REy**.'  NELSON. B. C.  fi  >      .  i  *��� Dr. Ledonx of New York, who is a  member of oru of the largest coppei  purchasing firms of that i ity, ar..l **t  the same time one of the most eminent  metallurgists in the United States, ''ras  been on an inspection tiip through the  gold-copper mining camps of Kootenay  and Yale district**. He was here for  business,  and.  judging  from   in   inter-  . view published in the Spokane Review,  he saw much that pleased and. surprised  Lim. He does'not utter a single word  that goes'to "show, that mining is carried on in this province under conditions that hampered it. On the contrary, he explicitly states that smelting  is done cheaper in Brrti.,h Columbia  than anywhere north of Arizona. Were  ���the Mines Department of the provinLO  awake, Dr. Ledoux's opinion ol onr  mines and smelters would be scattered  broadcast throughout the East and in  Europe.        One of the best-known of western  labor leaders is Edward Boyce of Butte,  Montana, president of the Western Federation of Miner**. Those opposed to  labor organizations denounce Mr. Boyce  in unmeasured terms' Those who believe that workingmen can best protect  their interests by organization say 112 is  one of the men of the hour. He is  evidently a man of ability and force  .of character or he could not remain at  the head, of an organization as great as  is ��he Western Federation of^ Miners.  Mr! juoyce -will address a public meeting here tonight, and -our people will  hav*> a chance to size him up.for themselves.        , "  POPULAR M. P. BANQUETED  Our Own':/JBig Bill",Caned.     ���  (Ottawa Free Press. 18th.)    _    ���������'  n. Jojful'was 'the greeting1 at��the 'les-'  tive Iroard at the Hotel Cecil last evening when."the-fellow .guests of Mr   W.;  A: Galliher, M. P. for*Yale and'Caritioo,  Rendered "him a complimentary dinner.  Theie was a 'largef-numbei-7present; and'  .% most enjoyable_ time was" spent.' v-^hev  menu was ���exceltentvanto  uniq.ue.    It' wasJ^r^ttily.^ar ringed :7m t'h-^  green coveringrbea;i!ing.'- a -?ha_,pv;and'\ cm  one' comer wasvtlied'a^'ptece 6f'lead7;'y'  The followin&^a^;;th��37menur . UV-.7 ? '  , 1 Anchovy.!Salad!77';'-^  ���'?'���"  -        Consomme';--Verniiceilev 7y. .  . Boiled Sea Salmon. ��� Vv:,Taftiar-_'Sauce.;.:-:  -Minced Chicken"on'i'Toast;With��� Spinach".--  Hoast Spring; Lamb.-^Iirt t - Gar ice.   ' ��� '  Emerald -Mayonnaise.,.-, X'-'f.  ���.  . Deviled Crabs'.invthe;Shell.'.'::  , English Plum PbdQing.' Ice': Cream.  Assorted Cakes..7 Stra_wberri'!es and  1 '   -'.''Cream. --j'-XXy- ������.-���.-��� ������  -,�����-'       " 'Cafe-'^bife.������"'!';'*'-.'���.'.;"'���'���'���"������.'.. .  __Af ter_doi ag_i.ttlli iiistic^i.oithei.-ep.is't..  a -pleasant tinie'was:-:spent-.-in^.'speech-'.  maArng.    A.   E.v Lusier? was "chairman  with Mr. Galliher'^07 his right''.aiid .ivf: .  Genslmger to his;deft;"Tn;a-short-coir.-:  plunentary  , acidress'-; Mr.' l.'iKsier -'P.rb"?,  ��� po-.ed I the. health .of .the. giii'stv...which-.  was heartrly honored.;vMr.vGalliher"1.1.  reply-made a speech:'in wl-.,;.t-1i.' licivve^  viewed the happ'y;3(i'jourii.-he'!hac"i_maae-  un Ottawa  ami:-assuved;- ihe-'gatherilig^  that he would "take back; to -th;e.:'c .ast*  kin;l   recollections .bf..his' many', good  frien Is in Ottawa."-. lie hoperi to return'  next  bebsioir  and  meet 7thc sanie- old  'boys who have .tendered jrirh this7banquet. . V"   .-���  Complimentary  -.peechos" wci-e delivered hy R. II. Moir. W.A'. Hopkins, R.  McDonald. Colonei���-,to-<i(soir. J. M. Mc-  Conrbie, Dr. MacCarthy, O. F; King, H.  W. May, James-.Templeton and J. Buchanan.    At the conclusion of speeches  G.   P.   Gallagher, -who, was'vice-chairman, rose anL'.o'i.7beh'alti.=6f.tlie'other'  guests presented. Mr! Gal lib or with a gold-  headed   cane.   "Mr:* Gaii.her'ih '.retiirri'  thanked  nie donors "for their gift - --.rid  hoped to return to-tiie.city and',Hotel  Cecil next --ession.."*������"' ������-x.XJ:-'.- '_���:.'.-��� '  The gathei ing, whic-i.'.was":&r_ "es-'cecd  inglv plea**ant onej'brOke up abotit -1.'  o'clock after singing the National" ���> 11-'  them. Mr Galiihei-is ^'extremely popu-.  lar among his associates'and during'his  stay m the Capital made -riiliriy--friends; ���  He left for his home'toaav./    THEO  MADSON ,  Baker Street. Nelson, B. C.  PUBLIC AUCTION  OF VALUABLE REAL PROPERTY,  PLANT, STEAM TUC, BAR.CE, MATERIAL AND FIXTURES.  FINE WHITE- LAWN WAISTS���A large range  of the prettiest styles shown this season,  trimmed'iiTa' variety bf effects, with hemstitching, .tucking, and embroidery or  lace i;. .1 : $1,50 to $5.50  1       r,  PERCALE SHIRT WAISTS���In all the popular  styles ^ 75c to" $2.00  BLACK AND COLORED SILK WAJSTS ���We  have about twenty, made up in a variety  of styles and in values that range from  $4 50 to $8 to close- out, marked do-.vn  your choice , $2.50  WHITE LAWN WAISTS���Dressy waists with  insertings, tucks or allover embroidery,  plain or pleated tucks $1.00 to $2.50  BLACK TAFFETA���Surplice front with tucked  or corded shield, also hemstitch or cluster  tuck?, puff, bishop or fancy sleeves, aud  button finish .'$7.50 to $15  LIBERTY SILK WAISTS���Black and colored,  same style as above, comes in light blue,  old rose, cream and black $5.50  to  9}  9\  9)  to A FINE LINE OF MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR  to -   -  to  to.  9\  ���The undersigned have received instructions from^ the' Ontario Powder  'tybrks to offer for sale by public auction  in' the stable building on Hall stret-t,  ^bewteen Baker and Vernon streets,.ar.d  knowr\ as the Reynolds stables, ir the  City of Nelson on  it -T   1   ������  TUESDAY^ JULY 30th, '190.'  ��� ,At 1 Q'Cloclt P.,M., Sharp.  rTTTnitTTTmiiniiiiiiimnnninnTnrt  NEW  WASH  VEILING  t.iiix-.uxu.  iir.Mi.T.r.i.i,.iTiiirT,-m  Fred Irvine & Co.  zxizx_-Zxxzzzxzjxzx-a-_a_naxi--XiJzxxzxz__iiiTt  9\  (t>  9}  to'  to  1%  36  Baker  Street  MAIL ORDERS  \ PROMPTLY  PILLED  9\  9)  00' 00'00' 00  1S>^'  ��� --.I  i^J*.  ~;;&V''7   \y:f7'7"7'-'f::-7vxy:77''    .       _j>  j,ifi^'jollowihs;; desirable.'-improved real  ' estate,'���I,steamb'6at.;;;ah'd5l3argV;^p^ant, etc'.;'  '���ypSj.tg,'.;cpnvprising: 125   acres   of   land,  ,Pl>i'p^it;e^Pivc-;'riiile Point,, with aooot  . -BOO-^yards'.-,- of- - water   front;   and   good'  ���^l-arfil2rby^2-l^feet, witlv IDS fe**t  of  \team-iyay.':- xy7fx ���.>..:-.-,;_; <.-��� ,-���.--.-,.���.. ���.; ._.  .i^Six--;.liundred-feet of pipe: line,  with  .swaterji -right.to v 21  miner's   inches   of  ��� yfaterixf  ���; Xx'-.f-:  7:'].' 7;.'���'������          '���  '.",i'i_3'iiiidiiigs,-*:eight  in number, connec-  ! ted^'by private telephorie: line with the  ,!Gity'of-Nelson, and described as follows:: One building. 16x40 fe,et, 1 build--  rug'-16 x 40 feet,- 1-. "building 20 x 20 feet,  !T building. 2-t x 60 feet;-1 building 20 x SO  teet,- 1 .workshop.20x20-feet, dwelling  -fhbn's'e-^14fX^2'4=feetl-'. .''������'��� '..'."    ... _*_  , Lessons of the Boer.War,��� .  LONDON. June 24.���An- interesting  paper written by Jean De-Blo'ch, the  Russian councillor of state and member of the Russian ministry of finance,  on the lessons of the Transvaal; war  was lead at the United Service Institution today M. De Bloch declared that  the South Atrican Avar had proved that  milrtary service-as practiced locally was  absurd and the sacrifice made on the  contrnent to support conscription.is unnecessary. The war showed that the the-  atrical spectacles called manuevers were  rn no way relative to real warfare. One  ot the most lemarkable features w-as  the constant., impossibility of- determining the enemy's position. This was not  attributable to British defective recon-  naisance, but to the new conditions of  war. It was not mistakes made by the  British nor the. .qualities of the Boers,,  ;:: Steamboat "Red Star" and'scow.  !iViO'ne;'".i2j.hqrse  power;-boiler  and  engine,: on wheels.'.",    ::  .,: One': uprignt -boiler with engine and  .-fittings.;  :y-;About. 100-cases of gutta.percha fuse,  ���125i$DQ detonators, etc.  .-About   90. jrdn;. drums,-used   as   oil  la-Iks^ culverts, and sewage- purposes.  ";Two l^aii-bank scales, of one ton'capacity,   also  tools,  household utensils,  and other articles too numerous to mention, a list of .which may-,be seen at-the  works, at the-Nelson office of. the company or at the oflice of the auctioneers.  Oflice  furnishings   consisting  of  one  roll top desk,-.one J. & J. Taylor safe,  ten   foot length   standii.g  desk,  letter  presses   witlrstand, oflice counter v:ith  twelve drawers, stools, chairs, etc;n '.���  ������ intending; purchasers may-inspect ��� any  6% ;Che aboVe articles by...consulting-with-  n.-'Ma'cphersoh, Nelson-;agent, at his of-'-  ,- flee.; in the-'Madden Block. Ward street,  'Nelson, orT^'ithythef-auctioneers, or at  :,iih'e jworks at Five-mile. Point. - '. .  ?t>.TERMS.���Cash on purchases of $100  ..drl.iunder, on purchases over ?100 terms  .will ba announced-at!time of sale with  ^othei-Voonditious. ,  '-For "f!irth(!i- particulars apply'to the  ��� undersigued. auctioneers, or. to  M; MACPHERSOlY, Rladden 'Block,  ^- Agent. Ontario Works, Nelson, B, C.  KOOTEiSlAY.  COFFEE CO,  *, Coffee^ Roasters  Dealers in jea-anjj Coffee       ^  We are offering at lowest 'prices the'best  frades of Ceylon, India, China and Janan  eas.  Our Bear'', Moctra arid _rai*i..Coffoe, per *  .        -_ _.    pourjd..- ,. 9  40  Mocha and Java BUnd,' 3. pounds. .U.   1 00  -Choice Blend CoiTee.,4 iiounds    1 00  Special Blend Coffee; 6 pounds...'....   1 00  Rio Jttcnd Coffee, 6 pounds    1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound      30  a trial"ord_5rSolicited.  '  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  west Weaker street, nelson.  FISHING-TACKLE  We have just received a Consignment of  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.  J, G.  BUNYAN   &  CO.  West Baker Street, Nelson.  I  WJ. nAVE THE  IiES?   FLIES AND   THE  J BEST LEADERS MADE.  Minnows, silver and gold,and Phantoms  Silk  Lines  --   -   Landing * Nots '  And a splendid lino of all Ashing requisites.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  K.-W.-C. Block.       Corner Ward and Bakor Sts  MANHATTAN SALOON  Domestic  ; andv_-'���-.'  Imported^  .-WHISKIES.--  ;w��nes -..<-.  v-sxpu-te,^  CI<3ARS":;  :Domestici  /;^and  M  B  E  ;E:  R  -S-  GHAS. A. WATERMAN & CO  A.U0T10NEERS.  ROOMS 11-antl 15.      IC. W. C. BLOCK, Nelson  V  ,,   -     '-   -T���:        ���'��� *���>:':  ANHEUESER-BUSCH  at.-.ljioulfj.'jy''    ..  PAtJSTr;-  Milwaukee.-   ���  CALGARY  .-',   ,    Calgary.^ :.V;>.^ ,  REIStERER'sc'^ CO."  Nelson.-.'1 ���������--.���  . GOSNELL      .  Nelson.1-* ������'��� -'-'��� ���   ���  WHOLESALE TRADE  j-ERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE & CO., LIMITED.-Corner Vornon  and Cedar stroets. Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholosalo dealers in (crated -waters and  fruit syrups. Solo agents for Halcyon Sprlnga  minoral water.   Telephone 60.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.   '  WF.-TKETZEL & CO.-Corner Baker and  ��� Josophino streets, Nolson, wholesale aeal  ers in assayers supplies. Agents ior Dfluve  Fire Clay Co. of Douver, Colorado.  COMMISSION-MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS & CO.-Baker street, Nelson  ��� wholosale dealers in liquors, olgars  cement, Are brick and lire clay,- wator pipe and  stoel rails, and general commission merchants,  ELECTRICAL. SUPPLIES.    ,     .  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CON-  SI RUCTION COMPAN Y���Wholosale dealers ln telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries,  fixtures, eta, Houston block, Nelson.  ~ FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN - KER   MILLING   COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay.   Straight or  mixed cars shipped  to all   Kootenay Pointe.  Grain olevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Edmonton R. R.  Mills at Vlotoria, New Wesb  -minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.   FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.���Baker  street,   Nolson,  wholesale dealers lu fresh and oured meats.  Cold storage.  ~ GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.-Corner Fronb and  ��� Hall streets, wholesale grocers and  <obbers in blankets, gloves, milts, boots, rubbers;  maoklnawB and miners' sttudriea. .  KOOTENAY SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street,  Nelson,   wholesale  grocers. '  TOHN CHOLDITCH Sc CO.-Front etroet, Nel -  *���*    son, wholesale p-ocors. (  *j*. GRIFFIN & CO.-Front street, Nelson  ���   wholesale   dealers   ln   provisions,   oured  aieats. butter and eggs.   P.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.���Corner Bakor and Josephine  ���   stroets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies,      '       '    *���--*'  Powder Co.  -Agents for Giant  B  E  E.  R  S  JOSEPHINE   STREET.  NEAR  BAKER.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BBKWI018 AND BOXTLKBa OF  FINE LAGER BEER^ ALE  AND PORTER  *j^^Ss&^^w&SSi^  321 TO 331 BAKER STREET,1 NELSON  vMEAtS 25 DENTS  Rooms Lighted; by Electricity and Heated by Steam 25 Cents to $f  AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN  ���7,:; -.   :'"      PL-INS      ���  SALE OP REYNOLDS' STABLE.  At the close of the sale of the realty  and 'effects of the Ontario Powder Works  the .undersigned will also offer for sale  the Reynolds stables.- This building is  on leased ground, with a three year's  lease yet .to run', at a rental of $10 per  month ground lease. Terms cash.  CHAS. A. WATERMAN & CO.,  ��� Auctioneers, Nelson, B. C.  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade  Brewery at Nelson  FREE   HOT   LUNCH  FROM 12 to 2 O'CLOCK  AT THE  ATHABASCA  TODAY.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  .   X- .-   BAKER STREET. NELSON,  Lighted by Electricity and" Heat?  ed with Hot Air.     '  Large comfortable bedrooms and flratVolaea  dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  _Vjrs. E. C; Clarke, Prop.  tLATB OV THK BOTAL HOTKL. OAWUBT  ladden House ��<^nE  The only hotel Is Nelson tha. has remained  untter ono inanageme-.. Binoe 1800.  The bed-rooms are well tnrnlshed: and lighted  by eleotriolty.   .  -The bar In always'stooked by the best dom a-  tlo and imported liquors and olgars. .  THOMA8 MADDEN. Proprlotor.  REWARD.  Everybody   Welcome  Tho undersigned will offer as a reward for the  recovery of the body of .Leslie Wilson, the 12r*  year-old boy drowned off the tug  Ht-lys  oh  Sunday, Juno 2nd,theBtrmof twemty-flvo dollars.  ��� DAVE CLARKB.  PUotBay.Juno 13Ui, 1901.   ���- ' -      .���--  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. MoMANUS, Manager  Bar stooked with besb brands of wines, Uquors,  and Clsars.' Boer on draught. Large oomfort-  ���bie rcm-ari,  Ilntolrua tt-Ut bo�� d.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE    COMPANY  Baker St., Nelson, wholesale   dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNKR, BEBTON & CO.-Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Josephlno streets. Nelson, wholesale  dealers ln liquors, olgars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Browing Co. of Milwaukee and Csl  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.   -  - WINES AND CIGARS.  riALIFORNIA WINW COMPANY, MMI  *0 TED���Corner Front and Hall streeber, Nol  son, wholesale dealers ln wines (cane and balk,  Atirt.rtnmn'iHn and Itneort-u. nloars.  A. B; BARROW, A.M.I.C.1!  PROVINCIAL  , LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Vlotoria and Kootenay Streeta.   .'.'".'  P. O. Bot K9. TKITPHONTtKO   �� /  ~        ��� -.-;-_: .        (No; 178.)-     ~. ~>..  ;--.     j-   CERTIFICATE  '".  ���      ���';'.' y.  -of Tins--  Registration of an Extra Prb-  : -vincial Company.  ^Companies Act, 1897."7  "I hereby certify that the "German Mining and  Milling Company" has I his day been registered  as an Kxtra 'Provincial ���'Company,-, under tho  "Companie-- Act. 1897," to carry out or effect all  or any of the object s : hereinafter set forth tt -:  ���which (lie legislative authoriry of tho Legisla-  .tirre of Britis-h Columbia oxtendt*.  The head olllce of tho Company is situato in  the City of Tacoma, State of Washington,  U.S. A. ������'.'' 7    ���  The amount of -the capital of the Company is'  one hundred thousand dollars, divided into one ���  hundred thousand fliarcs of one dollar each.  ���i he head office of the Company in this Province in situate at. Nelson, and Richard Pape, Labourer, whose address is Nelson aforo.nicl, ia tho  attorney for I he Company.  The lirneof tho exislcnro of tho Company is  fifty, years.  Given under my hand nnd seal of ofllco ab  Victoria, Provinco of Bri'is-h Columbia, thi- 10th  dayof Juno, one thousand uino hundred and  one. -  [u si S. Y.WOOTTON,  Registrar of Joint Companies.  Thn objects for which the Company )ms been  established are thoso set out in tho Ceitificnte of    '  ���Reg.Htrj.rion -jrunled to tho Oompony-'cn tho 1st  February, 1S**'I. and which appears in Iho British.  Columbia Gazette on the 18th February, 18'j7.   -  ���      I  *"     '1 T ��iX'&t& teVr'!_-��_��!>***lpr^  . -i-_*t_aj?-��-ts va *b  r_+-_X,~W?2&it'l?t$*xni+  <0sms=m^fiiiStfC^^m^9a^hrXjt&h0tr*^  ^MSS$i^^i^^SSSS&3SSlSiSae^^W  THE  TRIBUNE: NELSON.B. C, TUESDAY, JUNE .23, 1901  BANK OF I0NTBSAL  CAPITAL, all paid up.... $12,000,000.00  RBST -7,000.000.00  TJNDIVIDEiD PROFITS       -127,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Drummond Vice-President  B. S. Cloi'dton Geueral Manager  .   THB CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH wniCH IS AMALGAMATED   .  THE"- BANK  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.    -.  NELSON BRANCH  Oornor Baker and Kootonay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches ln London (England) Nkw York,  Chicago, and all tbo prinoipal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchango and Cable  Transfers. ���       .     '?-_'-   ,,.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of tlie world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Mado, Eto,  Savings Bank Branch  CURRENT KATK OF INTEREST PAID.  Paid-up Capital,  Reservo Fund, -  -x,-;' -    -    $8 ooo.ooo  -      .      -   $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $66,000,000.  Hon. Geo. A. Cox, Robt. Kilgour,  President; ' Vice-President.  London Office, 60 Lombard Street, B. O.  New York   Offloe, 16   Exchange   Place.  and 6. Branchos In Canada and the  United States.  OIF    a-A-HSr^-D-A.  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  1332,600.000  $1,850,000  H. S. HOWLA.ND.. :....President.  D. R. WILKIE General Manager.  E. HAY ...Inspector.  .T..*r..j^j..!_j..;_*..j.^..j..j���;. .���rt_.*..j.^.^..j..j.,j��j..j..;..j.,  * '������7'*'  -I- Mining supplies and general  ���*.���'���. hardware, assayers' supplies and  ���J* chemicals, drugs and medicines,  ��.��� dry goods and clothing, boots  ���J*, and shoes, furniture and bed-  ���"���' ding, fishing tackle and stationery, books and newspapers, groceries vand provisions, fresh and  salt meats, fruits and confectionery, cigars and tobacco, imported  and domestic liquors, in fact  every thin*? 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.  -!<  *-K~K~I*  -j..j..  From Various Sources.  '    LONDON,   Junn   24.���Lead,    ��12  Ss.  'Jd. per long ton.  LONDON. * June 24.���The composer,  flrai-los Kensington S.Uanran, is dead,  lie was S7 years of age.  VIOTORIA, June 24.���The steamers  Tees and Boscowith, whicli arrived today, brings news ot smalluox among the  Indians on tbo Naas and Skeena. There-  are six caseseat Kincolith on the Naas  and six at Standard on the Skeena.  ALICANTE,, Spain, June, 24.���At Al-  coya a nipbi attacked a jubilee procoi,-  sion, wrenched ilic- cueifix from the  nands of the pnest.ar. 1 tore it lo pi-res.  For a time the air w,i- ilri'J. with,  stones. The gendarmes charged tho *iot-  eis and a number Were injured.  COLUMBUS, Ohio, June 24.���The Republican btatc convention convened hero  at 4 p. ai. today "to "nominate a stale  licket aiid organise for the election of  frtato ofl'.eers and.members of the legislature, which wili elect the successor to  scnatoi-jJ. B. Foraker-.      . .  NEW HAVEN, Conn., .Tnue '24.���The  condition cf secretary Kay', who suffered a collapse last evening shortly after  arriving'at-the reM.'lonc? of'~Sotb il.  Moslcy, where the body of his sori, Acl-  elbert S., Hay, 'now.rests, .was Teportcd*  s considerably improved this morning.  LONDON, June 24.���Lieutenant C. -L.  Greenshields of the Shropshire Yeomanry i-avf.lry is dead from wounds received in the war in South Africa. He  was one'Of the Oxford-Cambridge-team  which defeated the Harvard-Yaie tein-  in the international athletic gamed in  July, 1899. .* -  ORADDOCK, Cape Colony, June 24.���  The detachment 'of the Colonial Mounted Rifles which was attacked by the  Boers at Waterkloof Juue 20th was pursuing a commando, when general Krit-  ziuger surprised the rifles' camp at  Waterkloof while,the .colonial troopeis  were saddling-up. The fight,lasted two  and a half hours.    _ . '   ''  KANSAS'CITY, June 24.���A special  to the Star'from Eldoiado, Kan.;-says:  "Judge Aikrnan .today instructed the  jury sitting on the case of Jessie Morrison -.md the arguments were then opened. Tne case will probably go to the  J���jury���tomorrow���evening���The^ instruct  ions made it possible for Miss Morrison  to be convicted on the first or second degree of murder or the second or third  degree of-manslaughter.  NEW YORK, June 24.���Senator  Lodge of Massachusetts is expected to  arrive in London shortly, The Tribune's  correspondent announces. The Chronicle thinks his presence may havo an indirect v and unofficial hut at the. same  time none the less important efl'ect on  the negotiations opening between England and America, particularly upon  those relating to the Nicaragua canal.  NEW YORK, June 24.���People in  London, says the Tribune's London correspondent, are not unmindful of the  fact that during the early days ot the  Boer war, Adelbert Hay discharged his.  honorary duties on behalf "of the British prisoners in Pretoria" with the. utmost tsct and' discretion.' If is felt in  London that his tragic"death closes one  of the most promising careers in the  American diplomatic service.  MADRID, June 24,���A meeting of free  ������thinkers-, was held-yesterday for the pur-  : pose of-protesting against": the holding  of the jubilee procession. Violent anticlerical speeches were made "and jthpae  ' present at the- meeting afterwards par-  r.dedthe streets shouting '"Burn the convents."  The  crowd  hissed  the  infanta-  Isabella, Whose carriage-was forced, to  change   Its   route... The  processionists  were eventually dispersed by tlie gendarmes. _:" '      ' .>"..;! ��� .  ;    NEW YORK. June 24.���Some uneasi-v  ness prevails in British shipping circles  according to the London Tribune's/correspondent.   The  figures  show.a  very  considerable increase in the number of  tonnage of foreign vessels entering and  clearing at British ports last year as  compared with 1S99. and 18U.S. The fact,  too, that the number of foreigners, and  Lascars employed on British vessels is  . steadily   increasing   is   regarded   with  -misgiving.  NEW YORK, June 21.���British Yeomanry officers are dissatisfied with ,Mr.  Brodorick's scheme, of army reform,  .-.ays the Tribune's London cpn-p.spond-  'jon't. They declare that fo for from, the  war secretary's proposals boing calculated to increase the desira of yeoman  to join tho force, it is likely to repel  them.   One   colonel   commandant   lias  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on deposits.   Present rate  throe per cent.  - - ������-  GRANGE V. HOLT,  ~ . .. ... Manager,Nelson Branch.   -  3"     " !���".'* ~* ' ' ' " *" "       ' " "        '  ' -��� ��� -  fi ankly told Mr. Broderick that his  scheme was tho most calculated endeavor he had yet known to kill the force.  Meantime, recruiting for the regular  army continues unsatisfactory and some  adiliti iiial attractions may have to be  offered if its present strength is to be  maintained.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  THE   CURRENT   RATE   OF    INTEREST   ALLOWED.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  �� ���'--' '" "���'       ������       -'"'"''  SHERIFFS   SALE.  Established In Nelson 1890.  T&'f* xit*?\00 l&.rp* i-000y00y00"00.00 '00 *00'00' 00.* 00-00-00 ^T^ ^ ^^- *��___. ��� 3_^S^ ^^^ ^^^^T^C ^".^.^jW  M   :" vv    -"  ':-";'.-...:"-:'���.' -   .... ��� rr������ ������ ���������7^  fly  IS TO BENEFIT  "l* ���J~H~I"jr+4"I"W*,M"--'  TELEGRAMS IN BRIEF FORM  Tried for Treason.  PARIS, Juno 24.���The senate assembled this afternoon in its capacity as  a high court to try the marquis De Sa-  luces, the well known royalist, and a  former member of the chamber of deputies who returned unexpectedly to  Paris about the middle of May, after  bavins? been condemned in January,  1900, in default of appearance, to'ten  years' banishment from France for treason. The president of the senate, M. Miller, presided. The marquis, escorted by  two guards, appeared at the bar of the  house to answer the charge of complicity in the crimes of high treason "&nd  attempts against the safety of the state  for which M. Deroul de Buffet, Marcel  Habert and Guerin were condemned.  There was no excitement in the vicinity of the palace where the senate holds  its si--.nc-s.-as was the case in the earlier trial of the marquis and other.,  mentioned.  -  NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.  In tho matter of tho estato of Charles Davis Mc-  -Konzie,  lato of  the Cily of Kelson,  British  Colurnoia, deceased.-  Notice Js heroby given pursuant to the,  '"1 rustccs and Executors Act ihat all creditors'  and others having claims against the i suite of  the i-aid (Jh'��iles Davis McKenzie, who died en  tno lHh dny of Fein-nary. 1001 o>- r. quired on or  - bofuro tho lOlh day of Align-t. 1931. to r>end by post  picpaid or deliver to the undersigned, admin-  i-tntor of tho cs are of> tho paid d-ceased, a.  Kaslo. B. C\, thcir'Chi-is'ian and surname-*, ad-  (IfOdio-rand doscriptron*-, tho full particular-of  their claims, thes mem* nt of their account.0, and  tho na:urc of th.ir sccuriti.s, if any, he d by  them.  And furllior* fake notice tliat after such Ia*t  mentioned date the undersigned will pr card to  "drsti-ihu'o tho iissefs of the s,u<1 df'ceascd among  the rartips o.'iticlcd thereto, having regard only  ' to the claims of which ho t-tin.ll then havo nniti-i*,  ,and t' at r o.will not be liab'o for tho said assets.  or any part tli 'roof, to any person or persons < f  whoso claims notieo 'hall have n t been rcccivcl  by him at tho lime of Mich di&trrbr.l.ou.  Dated the l��th day o�� Juno. WOl.-' *~    *  "; NEIL If. M.tcK\Y,-  Administratorof tlie^esla'-e of the slid deceas tL  Li qu b r det^arYm enI  FOREIGN LIQUORS  ���"-.����� 1 * f ���'  A very full line of the*e, includln-f several reserved brands o-i hand. Shi. nrcnts for Kootenay  arc made from Vic oi ia. - Additions to our stock  aro being rominuouo'.y rocoived by sailing vessels  via Capo Horn,         CANADIAN LIQUORS  A stor-k of these embracing the leading brands  is carded at Nelson ; thereby enabling quick "de-  liv. ry to Kootonay buyers.      , ,  ANnEUSEIt-BUSCII Beer aid BUDWEISER  Beer carried in stock at Ncl.oa.  Provinco of   British Columbia,   Nelson;  West  Kootenay,.to wit: V  By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias issued out  of tho Supreme Court of British Columbia, at  tho suit of J,\C.; Drewry, plaintiff, and to me  di -ected ogain*t the goods and chattels of J. Fred  Ei jchie. 'defendant, I have seized and taken in  execution all the right, title and intcro-t of tho  paid defendant, J. Fred 1-itchio,  in about ono  hundred   and   fortj-foirr   thousand   and  four  (11-4.001) shares of tho stock of the ITillsido Silver-  Mines,  Limited,  non-personal liability, a company  incorporated under the laws of British  Columbia, with registeied hoad office at Kaslo,  B Iti h Columbia, to recover the sum of Five  Hundred and Thirty-nine dollars  and ninety  cents (��539.90) amount of said writ of Fieri Facias,  and also interest on five hun-ir d-and thrrty-Bix  dollars and forty cents 'S53(' 40) at the rate of five  prr centum per annum fiom the 21th dav of May,  A.D. 1801, until payment, besides sheriffs poundage, officer's ico=i, and all other legal incidental  expenses; all of which I (-hall expose for sale, or  sufficient thereof to satisfy .aid judgment, debt  and costs at the Court House, in the City of  Kaslo, British i 'olumbia, on Friday, the 5th day  of July, A D. 1001, at thy hour of 12 o'clook, noon.  Noti..���In tending purchase's-will satisfy themselves as tointeicstand title of the 8aiddefendant  Dated at Nelson, B. C, 21st day of Juno, 1901.  S. P. TUCK.  Shcr'JFof South Kootenay.  SHERIFF'S   SALE. ^T  ���to  to  9)  to  to  to  All watch repairing guaranteed,  as we employ none but the best  workmen.  Our stock of the latest goods received from the manufacturers are here for  your inspection, when you visit Nelson for the Dominion Day celebration. Don't  forget to see our stock.  Our watch and-jewelry departments are at your service. All mail orders receive our prompt and careful attention.  QUR WATCHMAKING AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL IN B.C.  ^  Province of  Biltish  Columbia,  Nelson, West.  Kootenay, to wit:  By virtue ot a writ; of Fieri Facias issued out  of the British Court of British Columbia at tho  suit of Bank of. Montreal, plaintiff, and to me  directed'against tho goods and chattels of  Herbert Cuthbert, defendant, I have soized and  taken in execution all the right, titlo and interest  of the said -lefendant. Herbert Cuthbert, in the *  mineral claim known as and exiled "Blend," situato on tho west fork of Rover creek, and covering Iho ground of tbe' Paymaster"mineral claim,  and recorded in the olllce of the mining recorder  for the .Nelson Mining Division of the West Kootonay D'strlct on the 1st, day of Juro, AD. 18 <5;  to recover tho sum of Four Ilundr. d nnd Ninefv-  seven dollars and Twentj -.oven cents C497?7)  a"dalso interest on Four Hundred and Nmety-  two dollars and twenty-seven cents (S192.27) at  fivo per centum per a- n.m from tho 26th day it  April, 1901, until payment, besides sheriffs poundage, officer's fees nnd all other legal incidont-il  expenses; oil of which Ir-hall expose for sale or  sulHcicnt thereof to fatis'y said judgmenr. debt  and costs at mv office, nc-ct to tho Court House,  in the City~of Nelson, H. C , on Wednesday, the  3rd day of July, 1901, at tho hour of 11 o'e'eck in  the forenoon. v '  Note.���intending pin-chasers will satisfy them-  selvesas to in tci est and i itle of the said defendant.  Dated at Nelson, B C, 22nd day of June, 1901.  c S P. TUCK.  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  ���to  9\  9)  I1L  JACOB  DOVER,  THE JEWELER  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Mail orders receive our prompt  and careful attention. Our prices  are always right.  to  9\  to  9\  9}  to-  V  5     *^X  " If  "���*     ,   tl  " <  ?*��!���  '  VST  - - "il  Vr**"!  ^.&&'<*'&*^*&\<^'&*<*\&\&\^'l^&*1^^&__ ���^���^���^���^���^���^������^^���^���^���^���^���^���^���-^'^'^���^^%  S,^^^^^^^^^^��^S?:^'^'^*��f*,^,^'N ^'*'^'i*'0*'00'^'00,^'^'&'&'^^&':^>00'0S>708>^t'*  THE-  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  j n * ^.  NOTICE TO--CREDITOES.  \\ P. RITHET & CO., Ltd,, VICTORIA.. B.C.  A.  B.   GRAY,   Nelson,  P. O. Box 521. "" "Kooten ly Representative.  ENTRIES  -FOR-  CharnpionshipQuoitiVJatch  AT CLUB HOTEL   .��.  "Will Close at S o'clock  p.  m.  SATURDAY,  JUNE   29th,   I90I  Game will start at 10-o'clock a.  m. July 1, 1901.7 v r    :7  i FULL LINE" OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  ^      Inside Finish  "   " local and ooast.  Flooring  ..-''-.  ' local and ooast.   ������-������  Newel Posts  - Stair Bail  Mouldings  -     . ��� Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds,  W WHAT TOD -WANT 18 NOT IN BTOOSt  WK *WILI. MAKK IT FOB TOU  '. . .;   CALL.AND GflT.PRIOB8,  y���-v     ���   <*'  In ..-the matter   ohthe.SE-'tate of- -Marmaduke  Bonnlsdtp, late ofrNctebii, B. C/dccr-aased: .  Notice is heroby Biven'pursuahtto statute that  all creditors and olhera'havii)g��lainis against the  estate oC tho said Marmaduke Bennison, who  died on or about the 27th day of Marcli, 1901, are  rcquiied-on-or-before the 1st day of August, 190 ,  to send by po t prepaid cr deliver to Geo. S. Mc-  Oarter of Hevolstoke, solicitor for Albert Edward  Bennison, tbVadrainistratOr of the estate of said  deceased, the'.r chiistian andsurnames, addresses  and descriptions, tho full particulars of their  claims, the statement of tlicir~accounrs and the  nature of theTccurilies, if any, held by theni, all  duly voriflcd..  And notice is further glvon that after s"ch last  mpptioned'date the said administratn ��� will proceed to distribute the said estate of the deceased  among tho pai ties entitled thereto, having regard  only to the claims of which ho sh ��11 then havo  noiice and that the said administrator will not  bo liable for tho said assets or any part thoreof to  any person or persons of whose claims notice shall  not have "been receivediby him ai the time of  such distribution.  Dated tho 20th dav of June, A D 1901.  GEO. S. MoOARTKR,  Solicitor f r Albeit 351 ward BennUon, administrator of the ostate of Marmadnko Bennison,  deceased.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER  To John J. McAndrkws or to any person or per-   sons to whom-he-rnay-havo-transforrod his  Interest in tbe BlackDiamond Mineral Claim,  situate  on  tho north side of Boar Creek,  about three miles from. the. town of Ymir. ���  lying Riuth of and adjolnin**; the Evening  Star Mineral Claim. Nelson Mining Division  of Wost Kootenay Distiiot, arid'recorded in;  the recorder's office' for the Nelson Mining  Division. :  You and oach nf y.-ui are hereby notified- that I  have expended Two Hundred and Twelve dollars  and Twenty-five 'cents. ($212.23) in labor and.im-.'  provemenia upon the above mentioned mineral  claim in order to hold said minoral claim under:  lhe provisions of the Mineral Act. and- if within  ninety days from tho date of this no'ico you fail  or rcfuBO to contribute your'proportion of such.'  expenditures toKethor with all costs of advertising your interests in paid claims will becomo the  property of the subscriber, under Bcorion'.of an  Act ontitled  "An Aot to Amend the Minoral  Act, 1900." '  .'<   ':     . JOHN DBAN.  Dated at Nelson this 27th day of April, 1901.  NELSON,  B. C.  Builders and  Contractors  'Having "��aken~over'"the business of the West Kootenay Brlek &  Lime Company,- Limited of Nelson, ,1 beg to ask for a continuance  of tHe patronage wliielif. you have heretofore extended them. My  aim will.-,b���kat all.times-to .supply you with our produets at lowest  possible1 priees. -Being'Unfa- position to manufacture goods in larger  quantities than before, we shall be able-to supply the trade at a  lower figure.  ; It is our intention-itoi install machinery to manufacture our  marb'le products, ;and next.season we, shall be in a position to supply  these products at reasonable rates.  Tiles  ;We shall also keep on hand a stoen*:' of Fire' Brick, Fire Clay,  and Cement, n *,Ku. .v-/   _       i   . , - ��  i ( JOur Bricksi.ands'Lima Rock have taken the First Prizes at tho  S^qkanS Industrial :Exi.^|sitionj in 1899 iand: also this year. We also  seciired"p>Izes lasjt;$bar;'$iid ,*h^' year'for Ornamental and Building  stbhe. <;- ,   '" '''"r.���)*.; \.j'%"...^ i,  l-r--  1 ^We are prepared to offer special rates to. Contractors and  Biiilders. '-   '-  "*:"   *'**'*- r  "  r ��� ,   ..     *    ;:,i-/fi v        EHNEST. MANSFIELD,  7 ��� %-   -' - '��� for The' Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  ��� \ :��?".*-. ., ;-���,"���.  , , Successors to  -.���_>.,   , The West Kootenay Brick * Lime Co., Ltd  P. Bums & Co.  Wholesale and Retail  h%��Sn,1*. a Dealers in Meats  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.  'HALL AND LAR** STBKJBTfl. NE1S0N  .WANT-3D, BOYS-Gond aclivo and reliable  boys to act as selling agents of the Daily Tribune'  in evory town iu Kootonay and Xalo-district**.  To Herbert Cuthbort or to any persorj'iiWper-  8ons to whom he may havo transferred his  interest in tho Blend'Mineral Claim,' "situate  on Iho west fork nf Hover creek, in the Nelson mining division of West Kootenay District, and recorded in i he recorder's office for  tb%.N��lson Mining Division. - ��� '���       ...-.-.  You>and each of .-you are heroby notified that  we havn expended four hundred and eleven dollars in lahor'and -improvements upon the "bove  mentioned mineral claim in order to hold said  mineral claim'nnder the provis'ons of the Mineral Act, and if within ninety davs from the  date of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditures to-  ge.tbor wilh all costs of advertising your interests in said claims will becorne"the property of-  the subscribers, under section 4 of an Act. ontitled "An Act to Amend I he Miner��l Act. 1300."  FRANK FLTCTCHER,       .  .T.J. MAT.ONE.  '-'.,-��������� H. G. NERrjAN-DS,  ET..H. SIMPKINS. ,  Dated at Nclf-on this 3rd day of June,-1901.  CITY  OF NELSON.  Markets at   Nelson,   Rossland,   Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,   Sandon,   Silverton, Nei*  :Denver; Revelstoke, Ferguson. Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade 0iby, Mid  -way,; and .Yancopyer.', ,. ;C, . '  '      '       '7 Mail Orders: Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Buteher Go.  .,.  ���.-.I-'-. ���      ������'"';-.���.,     ALL KINDS OF >"��� '���    '    ;-   '"  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  whole8ai.hi and retail-  Fish AND POULTRY IN SEASON  '&&��b^V .ry ' ;:EFC. TRAVES, Manager  OKirrcRH BY MAIL RBCBIVH CARl-B'TJL AKD PROMPT AH'lirHtW-  ROSSUAND   BNailNEBRIIVQ  WORKS  cunl,ifpbs & McMillan  Founders.  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  *!'! -.X^rf1^..  ORB OARS, skips, eager-, oro blnrdoors, chulo* and Rcneral wrought iron work.    Our oro cars aro  the best on th<* market    Write us for roferoncus and full particua*-s.  SECOND HAND MAOHINHRY FOltSAl/E.-Onc 5-foot Helton watorwheol, width000feet, "8 tolG"  spinal riveted pipe.   Ono 10x5x13. outside packed plunder sinking pump.    Rock drills, stoping  bars,.&c, &c.  AGENTS NORDHBY PUMPS.  STOCK  CARRIED.  Notice is herfby given that the flret sittiricts of  the Annual Court of. Revision.of the Municipality of tho City of Nelson will be hold in the  Council Chamber at tho city .offices. Nelson, on  Wednesday, tho 10th day of July next, at 10  oVlock a.m., for the purpose ot hearing complaints against the assessment as made by the'  assessor, and.for revising and correcting the  assessment roll.        .    J. K. STRACHAN, City Clerk.  Nelson. B. C. May 28th, 1901.^  .    .-  NOTICE.  The attention of tlio members of thelocil union  Vo. 521, of tho Brotherhood of Carpenters, and  Join'orr*, is directed to the fact I hat the election of.  officers of the union will he held on Wcdn'esdaV'  evening, Juno 20th,;at 7:30 o'clock. - Af ull attend-, ���  anco of the members U requested.  CHARLES CLAYTON, President, "'  .;   .   ALEX MURRAY, Secretary.    ...-,  P.i O.   BOX  198.U  THIRD  AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  W* P. TIERNEY  : ���       Telephone 285. ���      ���       ���'..'.:'.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Ofllee: Two Doofs West C. P. R. Offices  SENDEES   WAITED. ���  '.'.Tlio Hastincs (li: 6.) Exploration- Syndicate,  Limited, will consider bids for diamond drilling  ofi tpe'Arlington mine nt Erie,' R. O. Por fuir  Information call or address No. 9j K.-W.-C. block,  Nelpop, B. Ci - ��� V -7 -..-.������    J f.���:'������:.-  WEST TRANSFER GO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  .  All Kinds of  Teaming  Work.  and Transfer  Agents for Hard and Soft Coal. Imperial Oil  Company. Washington Brick, Lime & Manufacturing Company. Gonoral commercial agents  and brokers.  All coal and wood strictly cash on delivery.  TEtBPHONEw.i_$$���<& 184 Balder St.  AINSWORTH  LICENSE  DISTRICT.  Notice is her-by given that Marten Petersen  has made application undor the provisions of the  'Liquor Licensa Act, 100,)," for an hotel licence  for the premises described as the Railroader."  Homo at Howser, and that a meeting of tha  Board of License Commissioners will be held to  consider such application at the Court House at  the City of Kaslo on Wednesday, the 10th day of  July, l'JOl, at the hour of 8 o'clock ln the afternoon.  W. H. BULLOCK-WEBSTER,  _, . , _ , Chief Licence Inspector.  Chref Constable's Office, Nelson, B. C, June  22nd, 1901.  TRADE8   UNIONS.  ���KTELSON SOCIALISTIC EDUCAIIONAI  ���*���' CLUB meets every Sunday at 3 o clock p.m.  in tho Miners' Union Hall. A cordial invitation  is extended to every one to come and take parti  in discussions.  John Roberts, secretary.  AUNDRY WORKERS' UNION OF NKLSON  No. 8594, A F. of L.-Meets in Miners' Union  Hall, C. P. R. hlock, corner of Baker and Stan  ley streets, on fourth Friday in every month at  7:30 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of American  Federation cordially invited to attend. O. Fredrick, president; A. W. McFee, secretary.  * W-s.  ��� H  4_t4 a  CANCKLLAT-ON  NOTICE.   . c  OV    RESEltVjVTION,  DlSlllICT.  KOOTENj-Y  ^TOTICE is hereby given that tho reservation  ���"' placed on that particular parcel of land,  which may bo described as commencing at th*-  northeast corner of Town-hip (8a) Krght A,  Kootenay District, which is also alio northeast  corner of BI-ck.12,-granted to tlie Nelson and  Fort Sheppard Railway Company by Crown  g'ant dated 8th March, 1895; thence due east IS  miles; thence due south to the International  Bounrary ; ther co due west along said boundary  lb mile-; theoce north to the place of commencement, notice wheroof was -published in the  Bnc sh Columbia Gazette, and dated 7ih May,  1890, is Hereby rescinded. ��� '       ���    ,  W. S. GORE.  Deputy Commissiqner of Lands & Works.  f Lands and Works Department,  1     Victoria, B. C. 23rd May, 1901.       ' -     '  NOIICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT.  Notice is hereby given that William Graham  Lillie and Thomas Lester Lillie. both of the City  of Nelson, in the Province of British Columbin,  trading under tho firm name and stylo of Lillio  Brothuis, Boot and Shoe Dealors, on Baker  Street, in the City of Nelson, havo by deed bearing dato of the 3id day of June. 1901.a signed all  their real and personal property, execptas therein  mentioned, to Lewis A. Godbolt of tho City of  Toronto, in the Province of Ontario, commercial  traveler, in trust for the purpose, of .paying ai.d  satisfying rateably and proportionally and without prefprence or priority tho creditors of the  said William Graham Lillie and Thomas Lester  Lillie, and the said firm of Lillie Brothers, their.  JUSt deb'8. ������;���������. .���.".-������.���..    ���-...-''. ,���.'..���..-���:;.-, .-,; ������.-���_.���������������������..-.;  Thesaid deed was executed by the said William  Graham Lillie and Thomas Lester.Lillio to the  said Le wis A. Godbolt on the 3-d day of June,  '901, and the said Lewis A. God nol t has. undertaken the trust created by the said deed. All'  persons having claims against the said firm of  Lillie Brothers or against th'e said William  Graham Lillie or against the said Thomai Lettter  Lillie are required to forward to the said Lewis  A.: Godholt particulars of their claims duly  -vorifled-onor^boforo theAOth.day-.ofJuiy.lLOl.^^i  And notice is hereby given that after 1 he paid  10th day of July, 1901. the trustees will' proceed  to distribute the assets of the estate among the  parties entitled thereto, having-regard only lo  1 he claims of which the said .trustees shall then  have had noiice. and that the said- trustees will  not bo responsible fo* the assets or any part  thereof so distributed to any person or persons,  Arm br corporation of whose debt or claim ho  shall not then have had notice.  A meeting of tho creditors will be held at the  ofllce of the undersigned on Monday, the 10th  dayof June, 1901. at the hour of 2 o'clock in the  afternoon, to decido as to the best manner of disposing of the assets.  ���������-   *  A further meeting of tbe creditors will be held  at the samo place on tho 20th day of JuIk, at the  hourof 10o'clock a.m., to consider tho trustees'  statement nnd report.   --'���.-,:-���'  Dated this 3rd day of June. 1901.  -M-lfiLSON MINKR8' UNION NO. au, W. F.-.f  'u'   M.���Meete - in miners' union rooms, northwest corner of Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday evonlng at 8 o'clock.   Visiting mem "  bers welcome. M. R. Mowatt. President. Jamo  Wilkes,   Secretary.    UrfroN Scalf or*- Wj_gk8  fok_Nelson    Di8tbict���Por   shift,  -machina ,  men, $3.50: hammersmen miners, $3.25; muckers,  carmen, shovelers and other underground labor- *  ers, ?3O0.i  rpRADTCS AND LABOR (JOUNCIL.-The rcgu-'  ��������� lar meetingh of the Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will bo hold in tho miners' union hall,  cirner Baker and --'tanloy sheets, on tho flrst and  third Thursday of each month, at 8 p. m. C. J.  Clayton, Pres ; A. T. Curio, Sec.   P.O. box SO.  rpHE regular meetings of tho Carpenters' Union  ���*��� are Bold on Wednesday evening of oach  week, at 7 o'clock, in tho Mirers' Union rooms  corner of Baiter and Stanloy streets. Charles  Clayton, President.   Alex B. Murraj*J��-  ���DARBKRS' UNION.���Nolson Union. No. 19C. of  yJJ  the International Journeymen Barber s'Urr  ion of America, meets ovory first and third Monday of each month in Miner's Union HnU/at'8.3  sharp.    Visiting  brothers  cordially invited to  attend:  R. McMahon, president; J. H. Mathe  son, secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, recordings  secretary.  T'ABORBRS* UNION.-Nelson Laborers; Pro;-  ������-,  teotive Union: No. 8121. A. F. of L., meets in "  Miners' Union hail, C. P. R. block, corner of/  1'aker and Stanley streets, overy Monday evening  afc 7:30p.m. sharp. Vlsitrngiucnrbers of the American   Federation ^cordially  invited   to attend.  A.  .1. Curio, President.    John ..l.oberts,   recording secrotary.       , /       '    . .    ,    ,  "M-KLSON PAINTERS' UNION-The regular-'.  ���*���*���   mooting of. the  Painters'  Union is held  the flrst and third Fridays in each month at Min- ���  ers' Union hall afcj;7:30 sharp.   Walter R. Kco,  Prosident; Henry Bennett, Secretary.'  OOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION-Regular  meetings   every Tuesday  evening at 8.30"  o clock, in Miners' Union Ilall, corner of Iiaker  and Stanloy streots.   Vistrng brethren cordially '  invited.   Chris. Lnft, president; H. Smelser, Iln- ,  ancial and recording secretary.  PLASTERERS' UNION���Tha O. P. I. A. No.  ���.**���������' 172. meets-every Monday evonlng In tha  Elliot block, corner Bakor and Stanley streots. a.  8 o'clook. J. DV.MovBr.'.oresidon'.i William  Vice, secretary, P.O. Box 616.. v.* -   ���>-  /.,  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES  ���   tst'.7^\  ' 7"~<t  -."yM  -  ���***.._  - * 3,-^f**!  *_a.'T?*l  : >'M  ' >'n*X\  - j r-~_* \_ \  S-y.1  *���*   SK.<-  r-"lL  w _��� **���** r  ? \>  ���? ^'  i-,*rt  '+\**\  * "*- - ll  ���tm  i - pi! &  ���<��!���&������  * * "*S_.|  -* r-t'tl  "' W2iX  W*I|  ;2rlM  ��--_*?*'  <-r  - --*���- -*;  "*,*. j.  r*c\!  -*5~v  "  ���^>_  I'- .  *  NELSON LODGE. NO. 33. A.��. Jt A. M  Meete second Wednesday In e��oh inonbh '  Sojourning brethren invited.  GALLIHER & WILSON',  Solicitors for Trustees.  K.W.C. Block. Nelson.  B.C.  DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP.  Notice is hereby gi von that tho co-partnership  hithorto existing between the undersigned, by  the stylo of '���Fraw-r & Broderick," as dairymen,  has this day boon dissolved by tho retirement of  Charlos Broderick, who has transferred to John  M. Fraser all his interest in tho business, assets,  good will and book accounts. ,' 77.-.7 '  Air persons indebted to tho said partnership are  hereby requested to mako payment to tho" said'  Fraser. who '  litica of the parr  continue the partnership business,  Jnhn M. Fraser. who has assumed,and will pay  the liabilities of the partner-hip, and who will  Witness:  R, W. HANNrNOTgN.  JOHN M  FRASER.  CHAS. BRODERICK  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.  AND THK  fiELSON & FOHT SHEPPARD RY. CO.  To Trrr* Purrr.rc:  It has been decided that in future all checks  made payable to tho Canadian Pacific Railway  Company or the Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway Company mu*t ho accepted by the bank on  which thoy are drawn, and so certified before I  < an accept in payment of freight charges.  R. W. DREW  Agent C. P. R. and N. & F. S. R,  Nelson, B. C, June 15th, 1901.  NOTICE.  Notice is heroby given that tho undersigned  T. I). May has this day transferred to tho undersigned John Rlombcrg, his barber business at  Nelson The said Jnhn Blomberg a*-sumes and  wil pay all tho liabilities ot tho said barber busi-  nes from the 12th day ot Juno. 1901, and all the  liabilities prior to that date will bo paid by the  said T. B. Mr.y.  Dated this 13th day of June. 1901.  T. B. MAY.  JOHN BLOMBERG.  ���KTELSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTEirNo.. 123  x-i���GrRrC.-^Meefsthird'WcdhesdavrSojourn���  ing companions Invited. Qoori-o Johnstone,!..; E.  W. Matthows, S. E. - .  KLSON AERIE, No. 22/F. O. E.���Moot second  and fourth Wednesday of oach month, ab  ���Fraternity Hall.    Georgo Bartlott, presidenb  John V. Morrison, secretary.        *  T7-OOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M.���  J-v- Hold their regular meetings on the first and  third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir  Knights are cordially in'vited to attend. G. A.  Brown, R. K.; A. W. Purdy, Com.; R, J. Steel  D* 8. C.  NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS��� Nelson Lodare. No  __ 26, Knights of Pythias, moots in I. (5. O. F.  Hall, oorner Baker and Kootonay stroets, ever ���  Tuesday evening at 8 o'olock. visiting -ffnlffhtH  oordlally invitod to attend. H. M. Vincent C. C.  A. T. Park, K. of R. & S.  *nx  "-fjrl  ARCHITECT.  A    C. EWART���Architect  Room 3 Aberdeen  *���*-'   blook. Baker street, Nelson. u  SHERIFFS SALE.  I.  Province of British Columbia,   Nelson,  Wost)  .. Kootenay,-to-wit:  .-; By virtue of two writs of Fiori Facias issued  'but of the supreme court, of British L'olnmbia at  the'suit of'.tho Harvoy Van Norman Company,  Limited, and Balfour & Company, plaintiffs, and  to me directed against the goods and chattels of  J. A. MacKinnon'& Company, defendants. I  have seized and taken in execution all the right,  titlo and interest of tho said defendant, JT A.  MacKinnon, in the (so-called Hampton group of  minoral,claims conslRting of tho mineral claims  "Hampton,' "Ethel IC." "Plunger," "Camp Firo"  and "Silver Bow," all situate up Springer-'creek  about eight mires, moro or loss, from Slocan City  and recorded in the offlco of the mining recorder  for the Slocan City mining, division of the district of West. Kootonay, to recover the sum of  thirteen hundred and eighty-seven dollars and  eighty cents ($13S7.?0), amount of said writs of  Fieri Facias, a>'d< Interest on two hundred and  thirty-Mx dollars and twenty-seven cents (S230 27)  at five por centum per annum from the 3rd day  of January. 1901, until payment, and interest on  cloven hundred and forty-four dollars and fifty--  three cents ($1144.53) at six por centum per an-  num from tho 23th day of March, 1901, until payment, besides - short If 1* poundage, oflicers; fees  and all other legal incidental oxpenso"., AU of  which I shall expose for salo, or-sufficient thereof to satisfy such judgment, debt and costs, at  my ofllco, next to tho court house, in tho cityof  Nelson, B. C, on Friday, tho' 21st day of Juno,  A. D. 1901. at tho hour of eleven o'clock in tho _  forenoon. .'.���'���������'  Notk.���Intending purchas-rs will satisfy them-  solvos as to interest and titlo of tho said defendant,      . ..'���-..���  S. P. TUCK,  SherifTof Sonlh Kootonay.  Dated at Nelson, B. C the Oth of Juno, 1901.  Tlio abovo salo is postponed until Wednesday,  the 3rd day of July, at tho samo place and hour.  S. P.TUCK,:'. >   .-.  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  * *sl  < (  1  f V,.  ITHE  TRiBfrftE. ttELSON, B- C. TUESDAY, JUNE 2o, 1901  U*  ���'���Si  1:: -.  In -  I; -.-.  v *���  If"*.  | \*  /  ft  SPECIAL    THIS    WEEK  RED, WHITE AND BLUE BUNTING.  Indies' Corset Covers IS cents. Ladies' Buttoned: and Laced Kid Shoes,  tho $3 HO line at $2.50. Ladies' Button and Laced Kid Shoes, the $2.50  line ab $1.75.   No old styles.    All this spring's goods.  MUSLINS,   Eto.  A largo range of Print Patterns to  choose from, all fast colors, at 7, 9  and 11 cents.  Colored Muslins 30 inches wide; for  draping   and curtains,  25 cents  now 15 cents.  Colored   Linen   Crash,   for skirts,  regular price 30 cents, for 20 cents.  "White Pique, extra quality, regular  price 30 cents, 20 cents per yard.  MEN'S WEAR.  Men's blue and black Serge Suits,  regular $15.00 line, yours at $10.:  Men's Scotch and Irish Tweed suits,  regular $15 line, at $10.  Men's Tweed pants, a large range to  choose from, the regular $5 line to  clear at" $3.50; $4 line to clear at  $2.50.  Good Tweed Pants at $1.25,. $1.50,  and $2.00.        <  BAKER STREET,  J.ELS0J*. B. C.  A. FERJLAMD  NELSON CLOTHING  NO    219   BAKBR   STREET,   NELSON.  BOOTS!       BOOTS!       BOOTS!  For a few days only we will hold a slaughtering  ^<       discount sale of boots and shoes.  J. A. Gilker, Proprietor  DIP YQXJ KNOW  :_ -,<--Th it we we have the best assorted stock of PURE DRUGS,  ' - CHEMICALS, ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES, PERFUMES and  DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES in the Kootenays. If not give us  a trial order and you will be convinced. We have everything usually found ii a first-class Drug Store, and that is  what we claim onrs to be.  -~ .JSSe-sfc  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VIOTORIA   BLOCK NELSON,   B. O.  BROWN BROS,, Jewelers and Opticians  No chargo for felling you the c.iuso of jour cyo trouble and how lo cure it.  AUCTION SALE  OF VjMjUABIjE  Household   Furniture  and Effects  Aol inf? Tinder in-trnc!inns from Mrs. Archbold,  and from Mo-ars. ArchI)oId& Pearson, the undcr-  signo-l wilr oll'cr for sale by public auction, on  the premises on Uaker street, betwoen JtCootonay  and Fall streets, on '���������.-������*'.  Wednesday, June 26,  AT 2 O'CLOCK P.M.  tho whole of Mr?. Arehbold's very desirablo  household furniture and efFect', and Mcosrs.  Archbold & Pearsoa's sot of mining engineer's  instruments and office furnishings,-consisting of  KARN PIANO  ,MRXICAN GUITAR  VIOLIN1 (sitrndivariu )  PICTURKd API) BOi.'KS  SOLID SH.VJtRV/AKK.  CROCKERY  BRICK-A-BRAC AND MUSIC  BRAD'S HhU-JTEADS  EASY CHAIRS  CARPE' S AND RUGS  8T0Vh.S. ETC.  GUNS AND FISHING TACKLE  MINING ENGINEER'-. I.NSTHUMENT3  OFFICK FURNITURE     ���  All of which can teirr*poctcd on the premises  on tho morning of the sale.  GHAS. A. WATERMAN & GO.  AUCTIONEERS  Rooms 11 and 15 K. W. C. Block, Nelson.  TERM 3:   CASH. ���'  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  D. H/lcARTHUR  "   $.Go'y  EALPH CLARK, I. G. NELSON,  e Undertaker, Night Call 23S. Manager.  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Falrvlew Addition.  Office on Baker Street, wesb of Stanley Street  NKLSON.  Furniture Dealers  Funeral Directors  and Embalmers  Finest '.Undertaking Parlors hi City.  Only Hearse in City. ,  : Tho Reliable House Furnishers.  A complete line of nil  kinds-of  Furniture.       Our   wureromns   are-,  now . overstocked   with   lrif.li-class,  goods of, all kinds. Carload ofclieap.  Bedroom Suites just rfceivx'd:     To  make room for our  fall  goods  we  are selling at Eastern prices :  Veranda Chairs $1.50  Baby Carriages from $10 up  Go Carts from $2.50 up  Reclining Go Carts from $12 50 up  Reception, Easy and Lnrgo Rockers  Parlor Suites, Leather Chairs  -Couches, Lounges and Divans  Iron Beds $5 and up  Brass Beds $25 and up.  Carpet*-,- Rugs, Floor Matting,  Linoleums and Oil Cloth selling at  almost cost.  We can furnish your house 10 per  cent cheaper than elsewhere.  Sole agents for the Marshall  Sanitary Mattress.  R.B. REILEY  (SUCCESSOR TO H. D. ASHCROFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD   WORK>��� to  EXPERT HORSESHOEINC.  Special attention given to all kir.ds of repairing  andountom work from O'.-jeldo i Dints. Heavy  bills made to order on short notice.  Mining supplies anrt general  hardware, assayers' supplies and  chemicals, drugs and medicines,  dry goods and clothing, boots  and shoes, furniture and bedding, fishing tackle and stationery, books and newspapers, groceries and provisions, fresh and  salt meats, fruits and confectionery, cigars and tobacco, imported  and domestic liquors, in fact  everything in the way of general  merchandise, can be procured in  Nelson on Thursdays during the  same hours as oh other days,  notwithstanding all reports to  the contrary.  CITY LOOAL WEWS  N. T.' Steeper has contributed $.5 to  the celebration fund, ..iv.cl che list is still  open.  An effort is bciinr made Id raise .flO'i  .additional.-for .pr._-t.-s for the firemen's  races. The" amount, set .'.part was $L!0.  All the Caledonian games, and sports  at Nelson-on Dor-i'iii'iii'33sry will be according to the r-ul*.:s of the v/.aiadisr.  Athletic Association.  The Kootenay T'leetric Supply & Con--  struction Company has laid in a stock,  of colored  inc.arulesc.<?xt lamps  for the  Dominion Day dac.v'itiun**.-       .  Morris & Rowe's trained animal show  is billed for Nelson on the 1st. It has  the unqualified endorsation of Nelson's  eminent critic, Dayid Mark Carley.  A new crossing is being laid lit the  Grand Central hotel corner. One of the  pinmicps made by 11. _?. Caim-rcm and  John Houston has beon carried out.  A. W. Purdv, of J. D Robertson it  Company, let", for Kaslo -vesterday to  siipervi-e 'he furnishing of fhe new  liytti \ylrjcl*. Oharl.s K-.**ps is opt-nina*.  Probate has been grunted to -*. T.  Johnstone of Windermere, on the will  of Frank Morigeau, deceased. The estate is reuirned as under $300 in value.  Es-f-ldeirian Miloi-.e, \vh*> roturiieil  ]agf night from a . hort stay at lia'cycm  hot spring**, s:iy.' tnat Iwrsi-hiill* trams  will be hero on Dominion TJay from Sandon, Northport and Trail.  Frank Simi-soir formerly propriptcr  of the GrtMid Central lo.d. was ti_:ir-  n'ed in Victoria last weel. to -Miss _\-.-r.es  J3rea"iUe;r, and .'s now on hib hTieynnKui  crip through tne Pacific ''oast cities.  After consulting, experts, who hove  taken over a* thou .and vai.Hband ineas-  urements, the snorts committee have  decided to re-l'ico Lb3 waistband r.ieas-,  urement'for -].���-��� fat rami's race to 45  iiichfcP,  At a mealing of tin* ' ity council last  evening aldermon Ha.MU*" ���::, Selous and  Paterson \v _..���'} apr (-mc.-'T a school committee to ac: with tho school trustees  ii. connection with th" erection of tire  proposed new *-chool building.  Provincial constable Young left for  Lardo and Howser yesterday morning  to insper-t the- licensed premises.in that  neighborhood ttnd to serve subpoenas  in the speedy trial caseb whieh come before judge Forin on "the bth ultimo..  Sheriff Tuck will offer for sale in  front of the court house on Wednesday,  ���July 3rd, the interest of J.��A. MacKinnon & Company in the Hampton group  of claims, situate on Springer ereejf.  Tho sale is announced for 11 o'clock in  tho forenoon,  Dr LaBau, city health officer, says  that no steps will be taken at present  to establish a quarantine against East  Kootenay on account of the recent outbreak of ..sniallpox unless something  firrllie'r is heard from that district. .-Ji.e  says that in San Diego, California, there  are 175 cases of the disease.  Mothers who intend to ent-'r . their  bf.bies-.-for- th-3 Dominion Day celebra:  tion competition for babie1*- are requested to hand in their entries to Mrs.'W.  A. --acdonajd,. at her residence, corner  of Stanley and Carbonate-streets; or to  7)ii. LaBau, at liis office in the Victoria  block. A number of entries have already  "been made;    ~ ��� ~   ��� ...:    -  The household furniture of Mrs. Arch-  bold, nad the engineering instruments  of Messrs. Archbold & Pearson, will be  off;ered for sale by public auction on the  premises, on Wednesday afternoon at  2 o'clock, Charles A. Waterman & Co.'  have the salo in hand and announce-  that the goods may bo inspected "oh the  premises on the morning of the sale.  A recent issue of the. Seattle Times  contains' a notic-3 of the return, from  the northern gold fields* of Hugh Mad-  dorr, brother of alderman Madden of  tlris city. Several reports were received  from tho north of the death of Hugh;  hut rt now appears that he is neither  dead nor.vbr,pke,.being credited with-.hav-  ing brqu&lift-pbihe $50,000 worth of gold.  ; (Just _Jc*.?l. Cape Nome.  Among the jatest donations to the  Dominion Day" celebration prizes are a  sot of carvers from Lever Bros., the Toronto soap makers,, and an eight day  clock from Floiscli'man &. Company of  Cincinnati, both of which were presented through Watehorn & Mclntyre of  tliis city, a box *>f c*riocola_'}_> from W.  O. Browne, and a smoking table from  D. McArthur & Company.  J, Laing Stocks, on behalf of the owners of tiro Victoria block, has presented  chief Lillie of tlm .Ire department with  a check for ?25 as an evidence of their  appreciation of the services of the fire  department at the incipient blaze .in  the block on Saturday evening. Mr.  Stocks was present shortly after the  flro broke out and was very favorably  impressed with the manner in which  the department, squelched what might  have been a very serious fire. '_  An election will be held on Saturday  to (ill tlie vacancy on the board of school  trustees- caused by the retirement of  George Johnstone. This election is onlj  for the balance of the current year,  when tho entire board will retire and a  new board of live trustees will be elected. At this election the two candidates  receiving the higher number of votes  will serve for two years, and the other  three for one year, after which two and  three trustees will be elected alternately each year. Should no other candidate  offer for election to fill out the balance  of the current year, trustee Johnstone  will allow himself to be nominated, but  he will not enter a contest for further  honors .on the school board. The nominations on Saturday will be held in the  Central school at 11 o'clock in the forenoon.  H. A. Higbie of Wellsville, N. Y., is  in Nelson ou hi.* way to tiro Hartney  group in the Slocan. which is being developed by a 'Rochester syndicate known  as the Hartnoy Group Mines; During the  past twelve months this syndicate has  done 1500 feet of work on the property and it is now in fair shape for shipping. On tho Hartney the owners havo  both'tho Bosun and the Marion ledger*,  but so far all the work has been done  upon wh-jt is considered to be the Bosun ledge* it now being opened to a  depth of about 300 feet. The ledge i3  now about five feet wide with a p-.ry-  streak varying from _;ix to ton inches,  TELEPHONE 27  ^"lEIR-S   &   OO.  PERSONAL  John W. .Dow and Richard Hood of  Creston are at the Queen's. ;;  Mayor York of Slocan and alderman  Brad.*haw are at the Queen's. '  v.. E. McKay of Prockville and John  Bainie of Montreal are registered at the  Hume.  L. Beauchamp of: Pilot Bay, and T.  B. May bf'Victoria, are registered st'  the Tremont.  Louis Morden'of Erie, M.'Hayes and  Charles Shonherg of Kaslo, and' Louis  Miller of Spokane, aro at the Madden.  R. Helmricrv of Montreal, R. Dalby  Markill and Neil Cochrane of Rossland,  H."-A. Higbie of Wellsville" N. Y., W.  F. DuBois of Slocan City and A. R.  Fingland of Three Forks, are.registered  at the'Phair,      - .  RAILWAY MEN BLAMELESS  Neil McLennan's Death Accidental.  The coroner's inquest into the circumstances connected with the death  ot Nell McLennan, In the C. P. R. yard  on Friday evening last, resulted in a  verdict of accidental death, and in their  verdict the jurors set out that in their  opinion the engineer and fireman of  yard engine' No. 584 dm all in their  power to avert the aceident. John  Goostry, the fireman on the yard engine, was the principal witness. He  testified that on the Friday evening in  question engine No. 5S4 was coming off  slip track No. 1 with five loaded box  cars and two flats next to the- engine,  and just wnon thoy were on the Cottonwood bi idge the witness noticed "the  deceased come out ^from between two  cars that were standing on the wharf  track, which is eight feet away from the  slip track. Tlie man appeared to stumble in front of'the engine. In the opinion of the fireman the" deceased attempted to cross the track in front of  the engine. He could not be sure of  this, however^ as the man just stumbled across the intervening space between the two" ttracks. In his opinion  the man either,' fell down' in front of  the engine or 'was knocked down by, it.  He at once told the engineer to stop the  train, which the engineer did in about  two ear length's. Then he 'and ther engineer went back they foii-id .the'deceased under the wheels of the front  truck of tne -.rst flat car. He was held  fast, so that it was necessary to jack  the car up in order to release him.  This work took about 10 or 15 minutes.  The man; in the opinion of the witness, was never fully conscious and offered no explanation of his actions'. At  the time of the accident the engine \yas  going at the rate of'from' five to six  miles an hour, and when the deceased  stumbled -lie was aboutlO'feet frpmr the  engine.-.-"  ���;'.-"; :x7 r.X:x" '���'������ .   -."'  .-'���.-.���������;���.  D. J. Murray, the driver, ..testified that  he did not-see the; accused. . He corroborated the evidence of his" fireman as  to the "speed at-which the,-.train. ..was-  moving at the time of the accident.  He had stopped.,the train as quickly as  possible when the; fireman shouted to  him to do so. He also assisted in getting the man from_ under the wheels  of tne -truck-of. the first car. '���  -   '  ^DrrvRoseT^who-was^alled=to=attend=  the wounded man,  testified  as to the  nature of the injuries", and said  that  death was due to shock, /  The jury was composed' of Charles A.  Waterman, J. A. Paquette, Arthur Pi  Hay, W. - A. Thurman, George W, Jackson and George F. Motion.  SPEEDY   TRIAL   CASES.  Peter Kennedy-of Fernie was brought  before. Judge Forin ['yesterday;-to -elect  upon a charge of the theft of $50.-   He  ��� elected speedy trial, entered a plea of  ���guilty and was sentenced to one month  imprisonment.   The prisoner is already  ; serving' a-.sentence of two months'-:imr  prisonmerit for "the. theft of alamp.isq  ; that by comparison the;lamp is given  a value of $200.^-..-.  John Smith biti Fernie was up . for  election upon a [charge ,of stealing an  opal ring. He-elected speedy, trial-and,  entered a plea of not guilty, his trial  being fixed for July 8th, when there  are a. number of other cases to be disr  posed of..  Napoleon Bodet, who was serving out:  a six months' sentence at Fernie'.and:  escaped from -the chain gang, was  charged with being at large within Canada while under sentence of imprisonment, without lawful excuse. He elected  speedy trial and was sentenced to one  month's  imprisonment,-.  Frank Petch, who was arrested on  Sunday evening for accosting women  on the streets, . was brought before  Judge Forin for sentence upon an old  charge of theft from the person, upon  which he had been allowed to go on  suspended sentence. He received a  term of two months.  Public Meeting at the Opera House.  There will be a public meeting' tonight at the opera house, held under  the auspices of Trades Council of Nelson. Edward Boyce, president of the  Western Federation of Miners, will be  the principal speaker. The chair will  be taken by C. J. Clayton; president  of the Trades and Labor Council, at  8:30 o'clock sharp. The public are cordially invited to be present... Mr. Boyce  has the reputation of being one of the  ablest labor leaders in the West.  Store, Corner Baker and Josephine Str ee  'f-  GARDEN  TOOLS.  PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. REFRIGERATORS       RUBBER AND'COTTON HOSE.  *-_-_r-r_----_---r_---------rr_------M_-'-r_-----M  POULTRY NETTING  Sole   Agents   for   Giant   Powder   Company    and   Truax   Automatic   Ore   Cars.  2STDE!ILiSQ3Sr  STORES   AT  s^-HsriDonsr  BUSINESS   MENTION.  For Sale or Bent.���Piano at the  Old Curiosity Shop.  For   sale���Ranch   on   Kootenay  river, improved.   Inquire W. P. Robinson. _   .   *  Wanted ��� By competent girl ���  General house or chamber work. Call at Koyal  Hotel.  To . rent���Two   large   furnished  front rooms. Applewhaite blook. opposite Odd-  follows' hall.  To  Let���Furnished front- room,  with or without board. ��� Apply four doors abovo  City Hall, Vlotoria street,  For Lease���Palace hotel, Sandon,  B. G, Furnished throughout. For particulars  apply to Mrs. A. Eugan, Sandon.  To rent���Office in the   Turner-  Boecke block, cornor Ward and Baker. Atrply  to John'A. Turner  Japan Tea of all kinds to suit  your taste. Sun Cured. Spldor Log, Pan Fired  In bulk or packagOH.   ICootonay Coflee Co.  Furniture,     pianos    safes,    &c.,  moved oarof oily at'rcnsonable rates. Apply J. T.  Wilson. Phono 270, Pro -ser's Second Hand Storo,  Ward Streot.  Qold',o copper, silver, lenid  mines  and prospects wanted. Send report and samples  to tno Pros-icctorrt' Kxchange, Nelson, B. t!���  Hoom 4, K. W-C Block.  D. J. Robertson & Co., Furniture  dealers, undertakers and ernbalmcrs. Pay telephone No, 293, ni-jV)t 'phone 207. Noxt new post  ofllco building, Vornon ttieet, Nolson.  For comfort and convenience go  to the Ico Cream Parlors of J. A. McDonald,  Baker street, where evory attention and requisite is supplied.  ���. For   rent���House on   Carbonate  street, between Stanley and Kootanay street1*,  seven rooms, hath, hot and oold water.- Kent  ?25.   Inquire W. P..Robinson. .  For   sale, at   a   bargain.��� New  two story house ; two blocks'from Baker street;  six rooms with bath; modern conveniences.  Apply "House," Tribuno ofllce.  Free milling gold.properties.   We  are anxious to secure a fowfrce milling gold pro-  Serties at once.    The Prospectors' Exchange,  'olfcon, B. C. Boom 4, K-W,-C Blook.   .   ,  That fine blend of- Ceylon Tea we  aro selling at thirty conts' per pound is Riving  tho best of satisfaction' to our many customers.  Kootenay Coffoo Co.  Scotch   Collies ��� Pups   for 'sale.  Color, sable; ago, 2 months; thoroughbred; parents registered; prico,'. $15 each'.' Two spayed  bitches, ��12 each. Addree-s: PostoiUco,- Ki-ie,  i)  C. .,,:.        , ;.-.:.  We   have   Indian,   Ceylon    and'  China Teas in great variety, choicest "quality.  We mako a specialty of blending teas r.nd sell  them in any quantity at lowout rales. Kootenay  CofToeCo  Wanted���Woman for housework  out of town; girl to caro for cliildi en; teamsters  and laborer'. Position wanted by woman as  housekeeper. Western ( anaiinh Employment  office;'',Ward street, Nelson.   Phone 270.  Notice to contractors and others���  General laborers, gardeners, rock men, etc, will  bo furnished free of charge to all per *ons requiring help of this kind by applying lo lire secretary,  Nelson Laborers' - Protective Union, Box 237,  Nelson, B. C.   '  t  w  INSURANCE.  REAL ESTATE -  and MINING BROKER  FURNISHED-H0TEL-T0_LET-  -First class temperance house,  furnished throughout, to rent.  Property situated in a good locality.  Terms moderate.  Also, two-story dwelling house,  corner Josephine and Silica st rects.  City water, etc.    Terms   $20 pet*  month. v______  .'-.'f-:"yi,x*yyyx ������:  For further.information  Appiy^H/R, Cameron  ��� -AGBNT.: BAKKR STRKKT.  DECORATIONS  Colored Lamps  25c.  Kootenay Electric Supply  ft Construction Co.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TREMONT HOTEL BLOCK.  BANKRUPT STOCK OF  BOOTS AND SHOES  Now on the market, at prices never before heard  of in  the West.   The combined stock of  S. NEELANDS anil LILLIE BROTHERS  Amounting 1o $30,000, comprising the finest makers-in the  United States and Cadada, are now offered to the public (at  1he usual places of business, viz., S. Neelands' and Lillie)  Brothers') at less than manufacturers' cost until disposed of  Come   Early   While   the   Bargains   Last.  Just Arrived a Large Shipment of White and  Brown Cenvas Shoes  of all Descriptions.'.  MAIL   ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.  Spring Sporting Goods  Duke & .. Son's , Cricket supplies, Ayres &  Wright and Ditson's. law tennis, Spalding base  ball, Lally lacrosse and Whitely exercises.   ,  TISDALL'S  GUN   STORE  VANCOUVER.  FISHING TACKLE  IS NOT A NEW VENTURE WITH.US.  We know your wants and have what you need. Our line is  too large to enumerate, but a caU'will convince you that it is  the mo_>t complete in the city.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  Imoor-ters Bird Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  OLD  SETTLERS'  HEW MAPLE SYRUP  THEE   BEST. 2s/C-A_.ID_E_i  THIS   SPRING'S   SYRUP. IN    QUART,    HALF   GALLON   AND  GALLON    CANS.  SZ^��� B��sri��?&    JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  E, FERGUSON & GO.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Wa.ljave Now in Stool-;  RMN'KU (Seattle) EKER ru quart* end pints.   It is;fresh bottling, oxoollontia  qual'ty and modorato in price.  125 mi-ltEIjS "DOG'S IIRAD" ALE AND STOUT jink arrived direct from  London, England; There l._ no superior b jtilirrgi ot Biss an I Guincsp, P.icc3  are interesting to dealors.        '   .  Our Special Canadian Rye  Is growing in favor.   Sales arc incrc%Ein_r.   Quality and flavor aro recognized.  ���    We havo it in balk and in cases 5). and G3.  Wo cirry a lar'jfo and very fino stock of Cigvrs.    A'full range of Union goods.  Just received another shipment of Granda's pure Havana goods.  Larrje stock of hrgh^Uuw Imports rjoodrj. A  IpeoUltT of the aaouo .shooldrK^-tu-Utt-.l  BMtrloa tnoorkt-i.  (tOCnn PROPERTY for $200 cash and  ���tpOtlUU $2700 on terms- to suit purchaser.  Grounds 120x100 feet. House with 0 rooms,  bathroom, pantry, closets, etc.; large kitchen  range and all modern conveniences; 3 years  insurance included. Also, lot 50x120 feet on  Mill street for $25C.   Apply  STRACH  BROTHERS  PLUMBERS.

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