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 ���^'���'������mir-tf-a*^^  ��� >  �����'  if ���  Mineral Produotlon, of British Columbia In 1900  $16,407,645  .V",,!V*W  NINTH YEAH   ��*- ^     --^ -\-?�� "Jj   ~,-  ������ -a ���_,___. \r      .J-.  ���iiT|*fc��  of Kooterjay li| 1E00  $10,562,032  * *���->��-".  NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY G, 1901  A  FIVE CENTS  CONFIDENCE IS MISPLACED  POLICE  ARE  NOW  LOOKING FOR  ROBERT THOMPSON.  H. A Prosser Has a Check for Twenty-five Dollars Whicli He Would  Like to Have Negotiated.  The city, police are looking for a man  named Robert Thompson, who if 'all  accounts of him are true, is probably  as smooth a crook as ever shook the  dust of Nelson's streets off his feet.  Something like six months ago Thompson was caught in the. act of going  through, one of- the rooms over the  Manhattan saloon. When charged with  theft on this occasion Thompson set  up a plea of mental aberration, but it  did not work, and he received a sentence "of six months'- imprisonment in  the provincial jail. Here Thompson  tit once made himself a warm favorite  with -his jailers, doing everything that  was assigned to him with such cheerfulness that the jail officials were almost sorry when his term expired on the  I Sth of June last:  Thompson came out of the jail with  just 25 cents.-and lie had no difficulty  in persuading the jail officials that this  amount was insufficient for a man to  hegih... life' with when '-'handicapped by  a jail: record.. Thompson was smart  enough not to **j*k' for financial assistance. All ho desired was to be placed  in a position where ho could earn an  honest livelihood or at least sufficient  to take him to some other placo where,  his former disgrace would not follow  him and where he could begin life  anew. This was not an unreasonable  request and it appealed to John A. Turner, government agent, who had heard  what an excellent reputation Thompson made while serving his six months'  sentence. To him Thompson only asked  for a couple of days' work, and the government agent decided to give it to  him" if it lay in his power, lie forthwith gave him a note to William Waldie, who has charge of some road work  now going on and requested Waldie to  give him a few days' work if possible.  Thompson lost no time in presenting  his letter to Waldie, who told him to  report in the morning, when ho would  be put at work.   This was the.last .that  ��� Waldie saw of tho man who was so.  anxious to begin life . anew in the'  straight and narrow way. The following day, however, the government agent  saw his^ man and asked him why he  was not at work. Thompson's reply  was that' he had reported for duty, but  that it was raining and that he would  not go back again; until the following  day. The next day the. government  agent, saw his man again, and his excuse this time was that Norman T. MeLeod of - the West Transfer Compauy  had promised him a steady job teaming  wliich he thought would' be better than  H. A. Prosser called at the government  road. Nothing more was seen of  Thompson and. he had dropped out of  mind until yesterday afternoon, when  H. A. Pi'ossner called at the government  office to inquire about a. check for .?25  drawn in Thompson's favor on th'e Canadian  Bank of Commerce and  bearing  _what_puri)o_rtefl' to be_the^gnature_oil  William Waldie. As road foremen on  government work do not pay their men  off with their private'checks the paper  which Mr. Prosser presented was at  once spotted as cueer and it was up to  Prosser to tell what he. knew of Thompson. His story was that Thompson came  to' him with a note purporting to be.  signed by Waldie, in which it was stated  tliat Thompson was employed on the  government roads under him and asking that .Prosser keep him going until-he  would receive his next pay. The scheme  worked and Prosser advanced several  Bums, waiting for the end of the mouth  to come around. On Saturday, June 29,  Thompson came around for the last  time. He said ho was going to get h'.s  money that day and asked Prosser what  he owed him on account of the advances made. Prosser stated the amount  and Thompson then went out. He returned in a few minutes with the cheek  for $25 and asked Prosser to take what  ���was coming to him out of it. This  Prosser did. He put the check in iiis  till and kept it there until yesterday,  when he thought he might as well turn  it into money, only to find that it was  worthless, and that by keeping it so  long he had' given the man who victimized him a chance to make good his  escape.               >    .   ���  Joe Is a Bad "Injun."  Joe PeeL the Indian now undergoing  ���a 30-rtay sentence upon a charge of car ���  ���rying a revolver, will be brought ..before  .stipendiary magistrate Crease this morning upon several new charges. For several weeks nast a number of Betty  thefts have been committed in the  neighborhood of Robson and Castlegar  and for a time the provincial police offi  cer, Alan Forrester, was at a loss t.i  locate the culprit. The most serious  offense of the lot was the breaking into  of the Livingstone store at Robson.  where the till was neatly tapped and a  number of articles of merchandise wore  also taken. PeeL the Indian, was  known to have been in the neighborhood  of the store at the timo of the burglary,  but the job was done so neatly that the  police did not credit him with the offense, and it was only after every other  clue had been run to the earth that constable Forrester save his attention to  the Indian. He was caught at Trail,  however, just after he had made a  dicker for his cayuse preparatory to  getting out of the country. When arrested he was found to have two suits  of clothes and' three shirts on, one of  the shirts being one of the articles  taken from the Livingstone store. Ko  was also carrying a large Colt's levol-  ver and to gain time a charge was laid  against him for carrying firearms. F >i  this- he was given a term of 30 days.  Following his conviction' upon this  charge the Indian confessed to the burglary, of the Livingstone store, and aiso  to theft from othe hotel at Castlegar,  and ho accompanied officer Forrester  to where he had cached most of the  booty. ��� The money taken from the Livingstone store was all in small change,  principally in nickels andlO-cent pieces,  and at the time of- his arrest the Indian had a tobacco, pouch filled with  such coins on his person. The police  now suspect that Pell is the man who  committed a" number of other thefts  from the Italian laborers working on  the construction, as well as the man  who entered the. office of contractor  Gunn some time back, but as all these  parties have since left the cuuitry it  will be impossible to bring these home  to him. The shop breaking charge if  proved, however, - carries a pea.V'y of  14 years, so that other charges will not  be necessary in order to put fif Indian out of harm's way should such a  course be deemed necessary. ���-'.  ENGLAND'S NEW WARSHIPS  .  Vessels to Be Built.  LONDON, July 5.���In the house of  commons' today Arnold Foster, the secretary of the admiralty, announced that  the year's shipbuilding programme includes three battleships of a new improved class/ six cruisers of the Mon-:  mouth class and 10 improved torpedo  boat destroyers. The battleships wiil  be of 1(>,500 tons and 20 feet longer than  thoso of the Formidable class. Their indicated horse 'power will be 18,000 and  their speed IS 1-2 knots. The armor  of the new battleships will be a bolt  eight to nine inches thick. A peculiar  feature of the now ships will be six-  inch guns not mounted in separate casements, but closed in a battery with  seven-inch armor. The ship's armament will consist of four forward fire,  two 12-inch guns, two 9.2-inch suns and  two. six-inch guns. The aft fire will  bo of tho same formidable character.  It is thought these ships will compare-  favorably with anything building by  any European power. The new ships  will be named King Edward, Dominion  and Commonwealth, to commemorate  fhe great support rendered to king and  country-by the .two great-.branches - cf-  -the kindred rac'd. The cruisers'"will bo  of- 9S00 tons and will havo a speed of  IS knots. Their armament will be  heavier than the Monmouth. It is believed that the cruisers which are about  to be laid, down will be equal to anything likely to be brought against them.  The new torpedo boat destroyers will be  of stronger construction. In regard to  hospital ships the secretary of' the admiralty said Great Britain now. had in  the Mediterranean through the generosity of an American citizen, Bernard  Baker, president of the Atlantic Transport line, the well-equipped Maine. All  the new ships will be fitted with wireless telegraphy, as will also all the other  ships as they come in for repairs. Efforts are being made to overcome tho  arrears in shipbuilding and, the secretary added, the government is now  able to supply guns as they are neel-  ed. The secretary of the admiralty also  "SaidTtlfercr"was-:an-absdliitcT-deterniiiia~  tion upon the part of the admiralty to  find the best type of boiler and the government was watching with interest a  German experiment of combining cylindrical and water tube boilers in the  samo ship.  LONDON, July 5.���In the house oi  lords today the earl of Selborn, first  lord of the admiralty, in a statement  on the present naval position of Great  Britain, said that the remainder of the  year l'JOl would witness the completion  of three armored cruisers of the Cressy  class, four first-class battleships of the  class of the Formidable, and two first-  class barbette ships of the class of the  Canopus. Lord Selborn said the first  half of 1S02 would sec the completior  of two more vessels of tho Cressy class,  two others of the Formidable class, one  armored cruiser of the Monmouth class  and three armored cruisers of the Drake  class. The first lord of the admiralty  added the total number of destroyers  built or building was 113 and of tlu-  five submarine vessels already ordered  the first would be ready for trial next  September.  Bloodthirsty Dagoes.  STUEBENVILLE, Ohio, July 5.���One  of the bloodiest affrays in the history  of West Virginia occurred at Wheeling  Junction last night, and three Italians  left a trail of blood behind their knives,  almost wiping out an entire family,  leaving two dead���Jacob B. Eidenour,  aged SO years, stabbed in the heart;  William Eidenour, a son, left jugular  vein cut and stabbed in the heart. The  injured are: Phillip Eidenour, -a son,  stabbed over the eyes, in the breast and  on the leg, may die; and Robert Eidenour, a son, cut on both arms. According  to Mrs. Phillip Eidenour of Stueben-  ville, herself and husband, with their  baby, were visiting Mr. Eidenour's parents and as they were leaving the home  of Mr. Eidenour's parents the father's  family went up on the main road to see  them orf. Three Italians, part of a gang  working on the railroad, came along and  one of them said something to Robert  Eidenour. who' called them vulgar  names. The three Italians then flashed  stilletos, killed the father and William  almost instantly, cut Phillip frightfully  and after stabbing Mrs. Phillip Eidenour  and Robert fled.  LEANDER DOES TBE TRICK BY ONE LENGTH  Most Exciting Race Ever Seen at Henley.  were well and happyl It is believed in  Glasgow that if they reach the Little  Rocky mountains the robbers will not  be captured. Nothing,is known in Glasgow of the report that the robbers were  surrounded and a battle imminent.  FROM  PROVINCIAL POINTS  HENLEY. July 5���The disappointment of all Americans at Heuley at the  Leander Rowing Club crew this morning defeating the crew of the University  of., Pennsylvania is great. There was  bright sunshine and puffy cross winds  blew from the Bucks shore, slightly  favoring the Leanders. The following  of the British crew evinced the greatest confidence, and Leander money, was  everywhere available, but this confidence never exceeded anything beyond  even money. A Philadelphia occupant  of a houseboat is said to have invested  ��500 in favor of his country's crew.  The following are the names of the two  crews; Leander���C. A. Williams, bow;  H. J. Duvallon, W. Dudley Ward, G. M.  Matlandi CD. Burnell, J. E. Payne,  C. J. D. Goldie, R. Betherington Smith,  stroke; C. S.- <MacLagan, coxswain.  Pennsylvania���R. R. Swan, bow; R.  H. Eisenbray,.. F. L. Davenport, N.  Crowther, jr., A. H. Flickwer, G.S.  Allyn, W. G. Gardiner, stroke; L. J.  Smith, coxswain. :t,;  Never before was such cheering heard  at Henley as greeted the contestants:  for the. grand challenge all down the  course. The result^called forth delirious  cheers from the partisans of the Leander. The Pennsylvanians; reached their  boathouse; at 11:10 o'clock apparently  as fit1 as possible, while-many of the  followers of the red and blue showed  marks of the intense strain of the final"  minutes. The crew stripped, chatted  and laughed as coolly as though going  out for practice. Ellis Ward, the American coach, placed a miniature American flag upon the rudder of his boat as  the coxswain came to the boathouse and  said to Smith: "Keep that as'far ahead,  my boy, as you can."  Both crews, at the start, showed no  trace of nervousness and were sent  away in capital style, the Pennsylvanians rowing 43 to the minute and the  Leanders 42. At the end of Temple  island the Americans led by three men.  At Fawley the time was 3 minutes  25 2-5 seconds, with" the Leanders three  feet ahead. From there it was ding  dong, a splendid struggle, out of which  the Leanders gained inch by inch. .The  mile wasreach"ed"in"5"minutes arid'15  seconds, with the Leanders half a length  ahead, whicli they increased to three-  quarters of a length at the Isthmain.  The Pennsylvanians made a desperate  spurt, but it was no good and two men  weakened perceptibly opposite the grand  stand.  The Leanders won by a length. Time,  7 minutes 44 seconds. "It was a grand  race," said coach Ward, as the Leanders^ crossed the finish line. "We were  simply outrowed and have no explanation to,-make." It certainly was the  best and most exciting contest ever  seen at Henley. ��� There was scarcely  the distance of three feet between them  half the way down. The cheering for  the contestants as they struggled for  'the lead .was terrific. Even Henley  had never before heard such wild applause as greeted the Pennsylvanians  and the Leanders all down the course  and_the_cheering7*^s^elirKmsJ[rojn^the  partisans of the  Leanders  as  the  lal>~  ter's boat crossed the line at the finish  ahead of the Pennsylvanians.  Theodore Cook, the Oxford oarsman,  wrote the following dispatch for the  Associated Press: "The morning dawned with splendid weather.   There was a  slight  breeze   off  the  Bucks,   but  the  wind fell towards noon and there was  very; little difference indeed in the stations.    As the Pennsylvanians paddled  down to the start, all of them in huge  straw hats, the   crowd gave   them   a  rousing   reception,, and  they   paddled  gaily through, the crowd towards Temple  island.    A. few  minutes  after the  Leanders came out the cheering grew  louder still, for there was an, enormous  crowd present, as after the Pennsylvanians' two victories the excitement was  intense,  for' the Americans  were" confident,   and  though the  Leanders  had  said nothing, their, beautiful form, together with  suppleness  and  elasticity,  spoke volumes for .their determination  to win, as^ they;did, with precisely the  result I have invariably predicted ever  since  I  saw them at their  first work  at Henley.   Umpire Williams was coach,  with R. Hart, the Pennsylvanians' manager.    The boats came to the pontoon  before the appointed hour,* and all the  Pennsylvania  men  seemed  happy  and  comfortable,   especially   No.   6   (G.   S.  Allyn)   and   stroke   (J.   P.   Gardiner).  Captain   Flickwer   watched    the   wind  carefully, but it was worth only a quarter of a length at the most, for the first  quarter   of  a  hriile,   and; it  became   a  following breezeif but no advantage to  either,^ as soon A as v the boats were past  the farm.    The ropes1'used to hold the.  boats   steady  were  partly  pulled   taut  as   umpire   Williams1^ leaned   over  the  boats from the launch and said:    "As  soon as this puff;of wind has passed I  will start, you. -I  shall say 'Are! you  ready' once.    If 'there, is no answer I  will say 'Go.'   The Pennsylvanians then  squared their blades and the coxswain  put a megaphone to his mouth, while  everything grew quiet.   Williams' words  came with the shock of a cannon:  "Are  you ready; go."   The Leanders' second  stroke   was   in   before' Gardiner's,   and  -for.a short time the pink oars were a  few feet ahead,~ but the Pennsylvanians  soon wiped out that difference and at  the end of the first minute both bow  and Eisenbray,'No. 2, could see the back  of the Leander bow.    At this sight all  the first  four  oars rowed like  demons  and   the   Pennsylvanians   were   going  faster than they ever were before.   But  they also had a faster crew beside them,  for now the gap between the boats stayed  still  and   now  it  lessened   inch   by  inch.    Payne and Burnell of the Lean-  dere   were   swinging   out   and   putting  their oars through in great style, and  Flickwer beginning.to watch them, and  " "as botli "c'rews'tit highest pressure passed  the farm the Leanders drew up exactly  level.   Then came that crisis in the race  which   I   foretold.     It  was   a   splendid  sight to see the American boys refuse  to let the Leanders up.    They slashed  their big blades through the water: and  put in all the steam they knew.   Crowther and Davenport were especially efficient, and the boat fairly rushed under  their efforts.   Still the Leanders stayed  where they were.   It was no further forward, but' it was no further backward,  and every man was swinging right up  to his work, as elastic and as free as at  the start;     and  now  that' long swing  began to "tell.    It was but two feet advantage  the Englishmen  had  as  both  boats passed the half .way at 3:25.   Gardiner,   the   Pennsylvania   stroke,   then  put on a magnificent spurt and worked  his crew up to 42.    But they could not  do  it.    The  Leanders  only  lengthened  ^ut_ata slower jyate ol strikingand_ went  further away with every strokedTliey"  were half a length ahead as the mile  was finished.    Never have I seen such  frantic   and    continuous    cheering   as  greeted   both   crews   while   they   raced  down that brilliant lane of excited spectators, every one of whom was wearing  colors and shouting as Pennsylvania  made still another effort just after the  Leander lawn was passed, but two of  the first four oars were nearly finished.  They had worked like heroes at the impossible task that had been set them of  using arms and legs alone against the  English body swing, and now exhausted  nature claimed her tribute and several men lost the full power'-.. of their  drive. They had done such splendid  'work during the first half mile that I  was not surprised to see Davenport; and  Allyn too spent to beat the men in front  or them. Crowther, too, seemed terribly distressed and how he and Flickwer did, so well as they did still I cannot understand. The boat rolled a  little as she felt their crew might crack  her at any moment. Stroke side began to'pull bow side around and the  indomitable Gardiner called on his men  for the final effort. They could not respond. Humanity could do ho more for  the Pennsylvanians had never let up for  a second since the start. There had'been  none of that paddling which helps a  crew so irnuch to get its wind, and there  was, therefore, no spurt at the finish,  as there had been in the first two heats.  But no crew could ',��� have ��� rowed more  pluckily or had a fairer trial and-when  the Leanders won in 7 minutes and, 44  secorids; the- losers were cheered as  heartily as the. winners. Tms must  convince Ellis Ward that the last crew  in England "or America which uses the  professional sculling style should change  it for the one which gives the men more  chance. Of course Dublin will give the  Pennsylvanians no trouble whatever and  they are no more: worth arguing about  than were London and the Thames here  a few days ago. Dr. William White approached me as a prominent member  of the Pennsylvania University Athletic  Club committee as to the possibility"  of the winning English ' University at  the next March boat race (Oxford and  Cambridge) coming over to race at  Poughkeepsie next July, _ offering to  make the English crew Pennsylvania's  guests from the time they reached Philadelphia. Of course his courteous suggestion was much appreciated over here,  and though an old Oxford oar myself  I have not the slightest authority to  say what will be the result. But I expressed to Dr. White my personal opinion that after the Oxford or Cambridge  crew had been broken up after the race  it would be impossible- to collect it  again, because its. members >vould form  the backbone, in each case of the various" crews at Henley, and the success  of the regatta might' seriously suffer  by their absence and I believe the president of the club would prefer not to  harm the English rowing for one season to enjoy the. privilege and pleasure  of accepting Dr. White's suggestion."  After the race umpire Pittman said:  "I may tell you now that we have been  more afraid of the Pennsylvanians than  any American crew that ever visited  Henley. Their performance today justified it. However, we cannot air win.  I see no reason to alter our style of  rowing." The regatta progressed rather  tamely after the final heat of the grand  challenge cup. Many of the Americans  ���left early in the afternoon. Everyone  was sorry to see Eton lose the ladies'  challenge plate. The Leander four  rowed a terribly punishing race for the  stewards' cup, Trinity leading throughout. The Leanders were greatly ex-  hausted. The prizes were presented at  "the grand^tanli^iminelliately-aftei^tire"  regatta. The marquise D'Hautpole,  granddaughter of one of the founders of  the regatta, presented the prizes. Colonel Willen made a capital speech, in  which he paid a tribute to the American  crew.       ��  Due to the Current.  ST. JOHN, N. B., July 5.���The court  which has been investigating the wreck  of the Orient Steam Navigation Company's steamship Lusitania, captain  McKay, from Liverpool June 18th for  Montreal, which went ashore near Renews just before dawn June 26th holds  that the disaster was due to an unknown  and erratic current, which, threw the  ship thirteen miles out of her course.  The court has restored the captain's  certificate owing to his excellent handling of the passengers after the wreck.  PROMINENT  GREENWOOD   BANK  MANAGER PEAD.  Coal Fields of Princeton to  Be Actively Worked���Labor Difficul- ���  ties at BoEsland Ended..  Thunder Storm in New York.  NEW YORK, July 5.-7A severe thunder storm swept over this city this afternoon and brought with it comfort to  millions of heat stricken New Yorkers.  Tho temperature dropped 15 degrees in  less than two hours and over two inches  of rain fell. Some of the sewers, unable  to carry off the tremendous volume of  water, burst, flooding the streets ln  various localities and in many cases  stores and residences.  EASTERN CANADIAN NEWS  Wired in Brief  EVERYBODY MUCH PLEASED  At Completion of Telegraph Line.  PORT SIMPSON, July 5.���At a meeting convened at the Great Northern  Hotel June 20th a. most hearty vote  of thanks was proposed by J. M. Lindsay and seconded by"'the Rev. William  Hogan to J. B. Charleston, the superintendent of public works In..the Yukon district, "for the very able way in  which he had carried out the construction of the telegraph line from Port  Simpson to Hazelton within the prescribed time, and by so doing has placed  us in communication with the outside  world. The community at large feel  deeply grateful to the government, J.  B. Charleston and his splendid staff,  from the highest in command to the  lowest, who have nobly done their duty  to Canada and the empire, and at the  same time won the respect of the northern coast by their obliging disposition,  friendly bearing and good conduct. We  know the almost surmountable obstacles that these men had to contend with  ���heavy timbers, waters of the rivers,  enough to daunt the boldest hearts���  yet they have carried their work out to  a successful issue. Canada may well  be proud of such sons and_ Wilfred  Laurier's government of such faithful  servants. May they long be spared to  work faithfully for this country." J.  B. Charleston replied as follows: "When  I came out here my instructions were  to build the Yukon line and to shove it  through as quickly as possible. My instructions also were, too, that the line  was to be a humane line; after that, as  near as possible, a commercial, but at  no time was it to be a political line.  When I came here I knew very little  about the country, but the government  wanted connections made quickly as  possible' and I was told to rush the  work and we rushed it. I am glad that  I have met with the approval of the citizens of Port .Simpson."  Challenger Does Better.  ROTHESAY, July 5.���in a second trial  today the cup challengtr fared better.  The course was a broad reach down the  channel. The yachts rounded Garrick  Head with booms well off. The wind  then lightened, though it was still fresh  enough to wet the decks. Jib topsails  were sent up and the yachts stood up  channel close hauled, pointing high and  cutting a slight sea with great speed.  The challenger gained slightly on each  board across the channel. Half way  home the Shamrock II led by one and  a half minutes. Then for no apparent  reason she lowered her stay sail, thus  losing the lead. Reaching home the  Shamrock I led by half a length.  Plans of the A. O. H.  BUFFALO, July 5.���-The national  board of Ancient Order of Hibernians  in America voted today to proceed at  once with a plan promulgated some time  ago whereby the A. O. H. in America  will affiliate with the branches of the  order in Great Britain, Australia and  several of the smaller colonics of the  British empire. It is expected that this  can be accomplished within a year. Details of the plan will not be made public  at this time.  Fatal Gas Explosion.  CINCINNATI, July 5.���Four men were  fatally hurt and three others seriously  injured by a gas explosion in Pit No. 1  of the series of shafts of the now water  works for the Torence road late this  afternoon.  HOT ON  ROBBERS'   TRAIL  Sheriff's Posse but a Little Behind.  HAVRE, Mont, July 5.���The train  robbers who held up the Great Northern llyer Wednesday afternoon near  Wagner have been recognized as the  famous Curry outlaws. "Kid" Curry  Is the leader. Another is named Long  Bole; the third man is unknown... All  use the Texas dialect. A "cowpuncher"  riding north from the Missouri river  met the three bandits yesterday about  70 miles south of Malta. They asked the  "cowpuncher" to notify the men following them that they were going south.  The "cowpuncher" had only gone about  four miles when he met sheriff Griffith  with a posse of 45 men, comprising the  best gun men in western Montana. They  were only about eight miles behind the  robbers. The posse is growing larger  'steadily and their horses are being  changed frequently. The 'cowpuncher"  said the third man in the party had a  bandage around his head. This was  probably caused by one of the two shots  fired by sheriff Griffith, who was on the  train. At present it is not known how  much money was taken, but it is now estimated about $45,000. It is now stated  that brakeman Woodside was taken to  Great Falls hospital last night. It will  bo necessary to amputate his arm.  HELENA, Mont., July 5.���A special  to the Herald from Glasgow, the county  seat of Valley county, this afternoon  states that two possees are pursuing the  Great Northern robbers, and one posse  following the route taken by the robbers and the other taking a crosscut toward the Little Rocky mountains, to  which section it is believed the highwaymen are heading. A ranchman  named Walsh met the robbers. They  told him to inform the sheriff that they  NAPANEE, Ont., July 5.���J. W. Bell,  M. P., of Adington, who was stricken  with paralysis on Monday, died at 10:30  this morning at his home in Desmond,  Ontario.  v MONTREAL, July 5���E. Small of E.  A. Small & Company, wholesale clothiers of this city, was drowned in Jacques  Cartier river at Port Rouge while bathing this morning.  WOODSTOCK, Ont, July 5.���At the  high school exercises yesterday Hon.  James Sutherland in an address said  he favored the schools being equipped  with boxing gloves for the boys.  OTTAWA, July 5.���Three months'  leave of absence has been granted judge  Craig of Dawson City, who is coming  out to undergo treatment for an aii-  ment he has contracted in the Yukon.  TORONTO, July 5.���The department  of crown lands has received in the neighborhood of 10,000 applications from veterans who claim to be entitled to grants  under the act passed at the last session.  HALIFAX, July 5.���Sergeant major  Harrison of the Royal Artillery dropped  .dead last evening as he was walking'  from his quarters to his mess in the  citadel. Heart failure was the cause of  death.  ST. JOHN, July 5.���The Dominion  convention of Kings' Daughters opened  here yesterday with a good attendance  of delegates, including Miss Thorne, representing British Columbia. Reports  were received from New Brunswick, Ontario, Quebec and the Northwest. New  Brunswick and Quebec, reported decreases in membership.  ���I"to\1  Lady Minto's Hospital Scheme.  OTTAWA, July 5.���The collecting  cards whoch are being issued in connection with lady Minto's cottage hospital  scheme are being applied for in a very  satisfactory manner, and some details  of the numbers out and their whereabouts may not be uninteresting at this  stage. Though^Uie cards have at pres-  ent mainly gone to-tlie~larger centersT  it is hoped that as the scheme becomes  better known applications will come in  from those wishing to act as collectors  from the country districts. Of the dollar cards, known as. series "A," 45 have  up to date been applied for, and it is  interesting in this connection to state  that thrte of them. Al, collected by  lady C. Davies; AG, of wliich Miss Scott  had charse, and A7, Mrs. Crombie's  card, all In Ottawa, have'been returned  filled up. Of the 50 cards,. or series  "IJ," some 31 are in the hands of collectors, BIG, Miss Hickson of Montreal,  having been already completed and sent  in. And of those of the value of 25  cents, or scries "C," some 73 have so  far been applied for. It Is most satisfactory and augurs well for the success  of the movement that some 150 cards  have been applied for In less than six  weeks.  Strikers Gradually Returning.  TORONTO, July 5.���There is trouble  among the Toronto committee of the  striking C. P. R. trackmen. The Montreal committee have been openly accused by them of suppressing general  manager McNicoll's letter of June 12th  outlining the advances and concessions  made until after the strike was ordered  and their refusal to now give any reason for their peculiar action has created  a feeling of hostility against Wilson and  his colleagues. The press generally condemns the stubborn attitude of the men  and advise that the strike, which is only  entailing hardships upon them and  likely to lose many of them their permanent positions,  be called  off.  ST. JOHN, N. B., July 5.���The general superintendent of the C. P. R. reports a full section force between St.  John, N. B., and Vanceboro, Maine, and  many of the gangs on the branch lines  have returned to work today. The  Maine Central strike having been called  off without any concessions beyond  what were previously offered by the  company is having its effect on the C.  P. R. strikers.  SHERBROOKE, Quebec, July 5.���Several of the striking C. P. R. sectionmen  gangs have returned to work in this  neighborhood. Over half of the old  gangs are now at work between St.  Johns, Quebec, and Megantlc.  II  GREENWOOD. July 5.���[Special.,-to;  The Tribune.]���James William "Henry;--]  Smythe, manager cof the local branch(4  of the Canadian Bank- of Commerce,"  died last night at his residence heVe'"'  after a brief illness of Bright's^d^s-v  ease. He leaves a widow. "Deceased"  entered the employ of the bank at Ber- ,-  lin, Ontario, about 14 years since. -His  promotion was extremely rapid, as'.he'3  was accounted one of the ablest of the"  younger crowd. He came to this prov-*  ince during the construction of the >  Crow's Nest Pass Railway and was. man-;  ager of both the Fort Steele and, Cran- ,  brook branches, being promoted to'theA  local office a year ago. 'His untimely;,  death loses to the profession one "of.  the most brilliant bank managers of J  the west. Interment will - be at Green- ' |  wood cemetery tomorrow.     ' ��� t_'     '   /;n\  A  BOOM   FOR   PRINCETON, '  GREENWOOD,   July .5.���[Special  The  Tribune.]���"Princeton   is   on'^the^j  eve of-witnessing the biggest coal ex-;-'J  citement  in  the  history of  the  proy-i' J  ince," said<Frank Bailey'tonight on.his^l  return  from  the  coal  fields.    "During'vJ|{  the summer, there v/iirbe in operation -j���  three  drilling outfits.    The  Vermilionvs  Forks   Mining  and   Development.* Com-"?,t  pany, Canadian Pacific Railway and Mr.' ll|  Saucier are each arranging to bore for^.^  coal at depth. Coal croppings are abund- ���';  ant along both Tulameen- and-Similka'- -y  meen rivers.    Analyses of surface coal^1  show it to be an excellent domestic,{'a ^  good steam and with proper treatment;  adaptable for   coking.    When. the ,pro-r  posed    Coast-to-Kootenay    Railway.'-is  built  it  will  provide  necessary  trans-*>s 'i  portation to lay coal down at the camps'*' a**'  of   the   Boundary   much   cheaper , than , J |  it can be obtained from the Crow's Nest   *���''  or   Lethbrid��re." _  Local   investors .are j  organizing the Osoyoos & Similkameen  Coal   Exploration  Company  to .acquire^  1280 acres in the vicinity of Princeton.  RESUMING   WORK. ' ' '  GREENWOOD,   July   5.���[Special, to '  ,-The   Tribune.]���At., a- sreneral ^meeting, y  ot the shareholders of the Rock Creek  Consolidated Placer Mining Company ar-'  rangements were completed to resume'  operations.   Work was temporarily suspended  during the  high water period.  A force of men leave tomorrow for the."  placer diggings and work of "booming" ,*  Rock Creek will be continued until bed'  rock is reached.  BRIGHTER PROSPECTS.  ROSSLAND, July 5.���The consensus  of opinion here Is that the labor troubles that threatened the prosperity of  the Rossland camp have been settled.  The members of the Miners' Union  voted as to whether they would strike  in sympathy with the smelter .men at  Northport, and it is understood the vote  was strongly adverse to such a move.  All the mines with one exception are  working and several are increasing their  crews and preparing to ship on an- px-  tenslve scale. The Jron Mask, for in-  "stance"ris_employing~*r=dbuble"for'ce"anuJ=-  shipping. over treble the amount of ore  ordinarily produced. The Homeseake  is preparing to make its first shipment  to the Trail smelter tomorrow and-  other mines are opening up and giving  employment to more men. The city  should have one of the most prosperous  seasons it has experienced in several  years, the large increases in the aggregate pay roll* fully justifying this forecast.       - " ���   - -    ���;  Eastern Weather.  WASHINGTON, D."C, July 5���A welcome break in the hot wave has occurred  in some portions of the country, but  it is still very hot In most of the territory east of the Rockies. Baltimore and  St. Louis, according to the official observatory taken at 8 o'clock this morning, were at that hour the hottest cities  in the United States, being 94 in the  shade. Relief has- come in New England, and the temperature is below the  season's average there. In Boston it  is four degrees below the normal. The  hot wave has been distressing in the  extreme over the states, excepting along  the Missouri valley and the Northern  Rocky districts. At many points ia  this territory the temperature this morning ranged from six to nine degrees  above normal. No permanent relief is  in sight, although thunder storms are  likely to, occur at any time. At the  weather bureau in this city at 11 a. m.  the thermometer registered  88.  PHILADELPHIA, July 5.���Up to 2  o'clock this afternoon deaths and prostrations from the heat had been reported as 11. At that hour the official  thermometer registered 91, five degrees  higher than at the same hour yesterday. During the last three days 153  deaths have been investigated by the  coroner, and in nearly every case death  was due to heat prostrations.  :>1  Four Hanged.  CHIPLEY, Fla., July 5.���At Vernon,  1G miles from here this morning four  negroes. Belton Hamilton, John Simmons, Jim Harrison and Will Williams,  were hanged for murder. Williams, Harrison and Hamilton had been convicted  of murdering a helpless negro and Simmons for murdering his wife. THE TRIBUTE:  NELSON B. C, SATURDAY, JULY (>, 1901  i on't   forget   to  Bay Stores  inspect    the   Hudson's  . #���>n Baker Street  Tyronday and following days this week.  Tnside our building wc will astonish you.  TO'ot with our ordinary stock, but  Instead we have on our holiday attire,  and we invite all to come and see us.  Gf variety of goods we have no end; our  our stock is complete in everything.  one of our goods are of the trashy kind,  ]^'       but are selected from the best mar-  *���3  fc?=d  ��z3  OQ  f?^^-0-00-0-0?&^-0>^^S W ^-^^^^^^^^^^Sp^-**.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  02  kets of tli(9 world, so  kon't leave Nelson without making your  purchases at .our,, stores.  nd thus terminate what ".fe hope has  been a well spent holiday.  "'IT'ou'will never regret it.  A1  H-<  ^���'~'.0'0'0>0'0'l&'0.0.0'0.0.*.   vi*      ^������^������^���^���S--***��.'-*S.^.^.*a.^.'^.!**-��.*^V'-i>  '���^^���^�����^��:sr:*fr^'&:*s:<:*r W ^���v->^^^^^��^rS5r3s^5.*j>-f  ��tte ��rttame  ���H-:~K-**'W***M-**' .j..*h..h^H-*H***-M-  Mining supplies and    general *  hardware, assayers' supplies and *  chemicals, drugs and medicines, *  dry  goods  and  clothing,   boots *  and   shoes,   furniture   and   bed- *  ding, fishing tackle and station- -:���  ery, books and newspapers, gro- :*'  ceries and provisions, fresh and *  salt meats/fruits and confection- *  ery, cigars and tobacco, imported *  and -domestic   liquors,   in   fact ���!������  everything in the way of general v  merchandise, can be procured in ���!���  Nelson on Thursdays during the ���;���  same  hours   as   on  other   days, -!���  notwithstanding   all   reports   to -1-"  the contrary. *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  ************* ***********-b*  Americans have'won everything-worth,  winning'in England except the Grand  Challenge .Cup. ���  W A L|_   " There's no question about  D y\ DC ___>' oa Purs have proved the  rArbri our wall papers catching  most popular line of papers in Nelson this season,' and rightly  so. They have all the freshness of newness and tlie charm of original styles.  Earlier in the' season we understated  the virtues of our papers because then  we didn't know what others were offering. We know now for we have seen,  side by side we have measured them  critically,' exhaustively; we find nowhere the high character of design and-  coloring, nowhere such originality and  refinement in styles, nowhere such var-  it.ey. And then prices. Our plan of selling to you at the same price as tothe  paper hanger is in your favor,- and  means a saving to you of 25 per cent.  Remember, a-20' cent paper here will  cost you elsewhere 25 cents to 30 cents,  and without the style.  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. ltd  the postponment of the trial granted  yesterday at a special session of the  house of lords to August 6th was insuf-.  ficient to enable his lawyers to prepare  his defence, and he therefore elected  to be tried on the original date, July  ISth.  c PHILADELPHIA, July 5.���Delegates  representing workingmen in all branches  of the leather trade in this country aud  Canada at a meeting in this city have  ���formed the Amalgamated Leather  Works Association of America. Mar-  ceiltis Waste of Philadelphia was elected  president and Dennis Healy of Lowell,  Mass., secretary. The constitution adopted states that the objects of the association aro to gain increased wages, decreased hours cf labor and better conditions of work for its members.  WASHINGTON, "July 5.���M. Do Wol-  lant the charge of the Russian embassy  here, today called at the state department and in behalf of his government  formally acknowledged the receipt of  secretary Hay's note respecting the imposition of Russian retaliatory tariff  duties. The Russian note is understood  to be indefinite in terms, the principal  purpose being to keep the issue between  the two governments in its present condition until count Cassini, the Russian  ambassador, arrives at St Petersburg  and has had an opportunity to confer  with the foreign office officials. There is,  however, an earnest expression of desire on the part of Russia to cultivate  the warmest relations with the United  States not only politically, but commercially and industrially.  X.  Is it hot strange that while the "blue  ruin" press-are howling about-the mining-laws of this province that the London & British Columbia Gold Fields,  Limited, is picking up mines; in an out-  of-the-way district-' and ��� paying big  money for them? If our mining laws  , were so bad as they are represented to  be by these senseless scribblers,''.British  capitalists would not look at a mine in  this province, let alone purchase it.  - It seems that Skagway is not the only,  town on the Pacific Coast that has p'eo-.  pie who get mad at the sight of bunting. Victoria, also, has, some of these  'super-sensitive individuals. It is a pity  that the Millers of Oregon' and the  Jeeves of British Columbia were not in  positions where they would stand some  ��� show of spilling blood in defending the  flags of their respective countries;   but  vnone  of such gentry ever get to  ithe  front when there is danger.  PfANOS TO RlC.NT.  ���NKLSON. It. C.  ��� Ton days from Nelson to Dawson.  Four- years ago it took 10 weeks. Teh  days on railways and steamboats today.  Four years ago, weary stretches on foot  Ten days and well-cooked meals three  times a day.    Four years ago irregular  meals of _eoUUbacon-r.nd^beahs Font,  years ago thousands of men .started, for  Dawson by way of the Edmonton,route,  and hundred's of them fell to'fill unknown graves, and.the few who reached  the golden- camp on the Yukon were  two" years en route. Time, nioney, and  enterprise work great chapges.  Cecil Rhodes  Max O'RclI in a recent letter says:  Cecil Rhodes, the Diamond King, the  instigator of the Jamestown raid and  therefore the author of the Transvaal  war, is sailing from the Cape to England July 3. He may never be able to  return to South Africa. Although his  illness is kept secret his friends know  he is threatened with general paralysis.  His now. decrepit form, gaping mouth,  hanging lips and staring, haggard eyes  are in strange contrast with that lively,  erect stature I cr\n remember when I  met him in 1893. .Cynic and dreamer he  -appeared to me, but a marveloiisly powerful personality, a .dreamer who :was.  preparing a new map of South Africa  and. a cynic, who has prepared to carry  .out his. plans .regardless of means. To-  ,/day the. man is a wreck, so an intimate.  ��� accuaintance of his. just returned from  the Cape told me-yesterday.  Usual Race-Troubl's.  KNOXVILLE, Tenn./Jiily'S.���Reports  have just reached, here of a serious race  riot which has broken-.out.in the mountains of Campbell'county between negroes and' whites. .''The 'trouble' started  at a negro dance, where a fight was in  progress, near La. Follette, .a mining  'town. /The .town marshal, was sent for  and tried to arrest the negroes with a  posse of five men. The negroes opened  .fire on the. officers and the latter 'returned,,to the town. About 20 men returned to the scene and commenced  firing on the negroes. About 15 negroes we're in the house. They returned-the fire, but soon there was a break  for the woods. In the running fight  that followed three negroes are said to  have been fatally shot and, a number of  others wounded.  TELEGRAMS IN BRIEF FORM  From Various Sources.  'GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., July 5.���A  cloud burst this morning did immense  damage in Western-Michigan. Railroads,  dams; and crops were washed out in  many places.  CHICAGO, July05��� John S. Hannah,  one of the best-known grain merchants  in the west, and a member of the board  of trade firm of Carringtou, Hannah &  Co., died today.  . NEW YORK;- July 5.���The Western  Telegraph Company is advised that the  Argentine congress has declared Buenos  Ayres in a state of siege"for six months  and has established censorship on messages thereto. '        *     '  HELENA, Mont, July 5.���Traffic on  the Northern Pacific.railway has been  stopped and probably will not be. resumed inside of 24 hours, owing to the  two cloud bursts between -Miles City  and Wibaux last night.  LONDON,YJuly 5.���Lord Kitchener  telegraphs to the war office; under date  of Pretoria, July 4th, as follows: "Gren-  fell, on July 1st, at Howell captured 93  Bqers and a lot of supplies belonging  to, Beyer's commando."  COPENHAGEN, July 5,���In the absence of king Christian, the crown prince  Frederick today received commander  John.M. Haley of the United States  training ship Hartford. They had a long  =and=cordial=conversati6n.  ALBANY, Mo., July 5.���A. McConkey,  ��� a farmer, killed John Bryant and his  son with a club. The Bryants and Mc-  Conkeys were neighbors. McConkey attempted suicide, but is still alive. Temporary insanity induced by the heat is  supposed to have caused the tragedy.  CHICAGO, July 5.���The Tribune today prints reports from all over the  country showing the, number of persons  killed and injured as a result-of celebrating the Fourth.of July. Tlie number of injured is considerably, larger  than last year, the figures boing, 1101  against 32G. I ...'  MANILA, July 5.���An En;:lishn*an  named Howard, former chief of Geijo-  nimo's artillery, is in command of tiie  insurgent forces in Mindoro island. They  are estimated to number GOOmen, armed  with rifles, including several American  deserters. Thoy occupy strong entrenchments at Calapan and Nangan. ���  LEIPSIG, July 5.���Another director  of the Leipsiger bank, . Karl Felix  Schaeffer, committed suicide' by shooting himself this morning.- Schaeffer was  also a. member of the firm of-Berger '&  Voygt. This firm declares it is not affected by Schaeffer's death', as he sold  his share out of the business yesterday  on favorable terms.  LONDON, July 5.���An investigation  of the story published by a news agency  in the United States that the British  transport Montfort had been wrecked  off the Isle of Wight shows the transport grounded on a mud bottom, was  floated off this morning and proceeded  to Southampton without having sustained any damage.  READING, Pa., July 5.���The Philadelphia &. Reading Railway Company shop  employees in this city and other points  along the lino, who went on a strike  for higher wages and a nine hour day,  did not return to work this morning  owing to the action of the general meeting on Wednesday night, when the settlement was called off on account of tho  alleged breach of faith on the part of  the company.  Effects of a Cloudburst.  GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., July 5.���  Western Michigan was visited by a disastrous cloudburst early today and the  resultant damage will amount to thousands of dollars. Both the Pere Marquette and Grand Rapids and Indiana  railroads are crippled north of here  and all northbound passenger trains are  obliged to make long detours, while  freight traffic is paralyzed. Between  here and Howard City, on the Grand  Rapids & Indiana, the roadbed is washed out in a dozen places and the Pere  Manjuette is in the same condition. The  Grand Trunk can get no. trains east on  account of the washing out of a bridge  at Sarauac. Dams in the Flat and Rouge  rivers north of here have been washed  out and many mills along these streams  will be idle for days. Great damage was  done to fruit trees and growing crops in  the Western Michigan peach belt. <:o  PUBUO AUCTION  OF VALUABLE REAl PROPERTY,  PLANT, STEAM TUG, BARGE, MA-  TERJAL AND FIXTURES.  rf'0*->  ���^������fif-C  *���*��. ��� ���*������*��������. ���*���*�����. ��� *��^. -^"- >������*, ������5T- ^���'Cr- '���S-T  00 <0& . 000 .000 . 00 .00 . 0t0 .00 . 00 .00 .00  ""* iss&r {&&��� g&v fRec        '"���*   -"������    ���"���  [ axZXZXZXXXZT_-XXXXIXZXXJZXXX-_XXX.lt  f,                  FLAGS I  &          AND BUNTING S  }i H  H M  H M  H ��*���  r M  tixxxxxzxzxzirxxzzxzxz cxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxiJ  vjxxxxxxxxxxzxxrxxxxzxxxxxxxixxixxxxxxz:  ICXXXXXJ        "��� F ���  1 to  9,  FLAGS     ���  AND BUNTING  36 Baker Street, Nelson.  ttixxj-tixxiixxzrxixixzxrixxixiiixxiixixxxxii  Flags   and  unting*  Now is the time to get your Flags and Bunting for your decorations, while our stock is complete.  WE   HAVE   JUST   RECEIVED  f\\  /ft  ��� ���*������"���. ...  $ 10,000 Yards of Bunting and 200 Dozen  ���to  to  to  to  ASSORTED    SIZES  9*  ' - to  Flags I  to  They include American, English Flags and Ensigns,  French,  Australian, Scotland, Ireland and Canadian.  to  to We   Have Marked These  /fi - -  if\  ���  to  at Very Low  Prices to  miiiiiiiiiinir^ixiixiiiirixiii:  to  FLAGS '  AND BUNTINO  tixxxt czzzxzzzzzz��Zzzz:EXzzrzzzxzxzxzz:  Fred Irvine & Co.  tzxzxxxxxzzzzzzzzzzxxxxzzxxzxxxzxzzzzzxzxxxx;  fi  FLAGS  AND BUNTING  36  Baker  Street  "^-��2 SL: Zr.'SLi ^jfil: r^j^j ^fl* ��� 'eZi** .00.00.00.00.00,  "1#^. -5^^ ^ *2T*^- **5".^ -5T^ *^*a^: ^-Si -^.-^ &  ��>��)X. *>^. m�� . *������������*. ����������>,. -wu*. *>w^. *^.'  s*Qg* *00^gfr ^tfr*>*�� "W�� ���*)�� ���**��*  ���00 ' 00' 00 ' 00* 00 ' 00- 00 ' 00- ,  ItxxxrrxixiixrrixrxiiirxixxTirijrixiitnixxii  7. *"R1��. '"B^. "-"i**. Nn^ . >w��,.>����..  > **&�� -*1B�� '����6> -��a**B> -��mi>-��H5  I* 00* 00-00* 00' 00-00  ~^>  The undersigned have received instructions 1'rom the Ontario Powder  Works to offer for sale bj* public auction  in the stable building on Hall strecf,  bewteen Baker, and Vernon streets, and  known as the Reynolds stables, in the  City of Nelson on  TUESDAY, JULY 30th, 1901  " At 1 O'clock P. M., Sharp.  the following desirable improved real  estate, steamboat and barge, plant, etc..  Site, comprising 125 acres of land,  opposite Five- mile Point, with about  500 yards of water front, and good  wlarf,12 by 24 feet, with 10S feet of  tramway.  Six hundred feet of pipe line^ with  water right to 21 miner's inches of  water.  Buildings,  eight in number, connected by private telephone line with the.  City  of  Nelson,  and  described  as  follows: One building 16x40feet, 1 build-^  =ing=16-->r40^e"etr'l^biii]ding=20-x=20-feetr  1 building 24 x GO feet, 1 building 20 x :!0  teet,  1 workshop 20x20 feet, dwelling  house 14 x 24 feet.  Steamboat "Red Star" and scow.  One  12-horse  power  boiler  and  engine, on wheels.  One upright boiler with engine and  fittings.  About 100 cases of gutta percha fuse,  ] 25,000 detonators,  etc.  About 90 -iron drums, used as oil  tanks, culverts and sewage purposes.  Two Fairbank scales, of one ton capacity, also tools, household utensils,  and other articles too numerous to mention; a:list of which may he seen at the  works, at.the.Nelson ofllce of the company or at the office of the auctioneers.  Office furnishings consisting of one  ���'roll top desk, one J. &, J. Taylor safe,  ten foot length standi*.g desk, letter  I)i'**sses with str>nd, ofllco counter with  twelve drawers, stools, chairs, etc.  Intending purchasers may inspect any  of the above articles by consulting with  H. Maepherson, Nelson agent, at his office.in the Madden'Block. Ward street,  Nelson, or with the auctioneers, or at  the works at Five-mile Point.  TERMS.���Cash on purchases of $100  or under, on purchases over ?100 terms  will b.5.announced at time of sale with  other pondtlions.  For further particulars apply to the  undersigned auctioneers, or to  KOOTENAY  COFFEE CO,  ****** *** ���*** *** *.*.*.*.**. ***  Coffee Roasters  Dealer8 ln Tea and Coffee   .-  ************************  Wo aire offering at lowest prices the boat'  grades of Ceylon, India, China and Jauan  Teas.  Our Best, Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound ,  $   40  Mocha and Java Hlend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choice Blend Coffee, 4 rounds  1 00  Special Blend Coffee,'! pounds ....... 1 00  Rio Blond Coffeo, 6 pounds....  1 OO  Special Blend Ceylon Toa, per pound 30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  0    P. 0. Box 182.  WESTIBAKER STREET, NELSON.  FISHING TACKLE  'WJS'HA^K.THR BEST  FLIES AND   THE  BEST LEADERS MADE.  Minnows, silver and"Rdrdlmd~Ph~antom8  Silk  Lines  Landing Nets  And a Fplcndid line of all fishing requisites.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  K.-W.-C. Blook.       Corner Ward and Baker Sts  MANHATTAN SALOON  eauagnswimmtsta  Carpets  !an)e  We have just received a Consignment of  CAR  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.  J, G.  BUNYAN   &  GO.  West Baker Street, Nelson.  Domestic  and  I-I. MACPHBRSON, Madden Block,  A'gent Ontario Powder Works. Nelson.  Imported  WHISKIES  WINES  ALES  STOUTS  CIGARS  Domestic  and  Imported  WHOLESALE TRADE  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE & CO., LIMITED.���Corner Vornon  and Ccdrvr streots. Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealer*]'in -cratedwaters and  fruit s;rrup-|. Sole agonts for Halcyon Springs  Mineral water.   Toloph'ono HO. _  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES. '  WF. TEETZEL & CO���Cornor Baker and  ��� Josophino slnootn, Nolxon, wholPBaletleal  ers ln asnayora . NuupUe.1?. "Ajcont-s ior Denvo.  Firo Clav Co. ot Dunvor, Colorado.  .������'COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  H J. EVANS  & "CO.���Baker stroot. Nolaon ..,  ���   wholesale    dealors   in   liquors.    Dinars  ceniout, live brick anrt tiro olay, water pipe and  etuel rails, and 'general nonunission rnorohaats.  ELEOTEIOAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTKNAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CONSTRUCT! O N C'OjVIPA N Y���"v\rl ioI epalo d eal-  ors in tolephonos, annuticiators. bolls, batteries,  fixtaros, etc., Houston block. Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN -KKR MILLING COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay. Straight or  mixed cars shipped to aJl Kootonay Points.  Grain olovalors afc all prinoipal points on Calgary-  Kdmonton R. R. Milla at victoria. Now West  minster, and Rdmonton. Alberta.    FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS  &   CO.-Baker   at-reet,   Nelson,  wholeuale dealors in fresh and oared meads.  Cold sborairo.  ,.       GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.���Corner Front and  ��� HaU streets, wholosale grocers and  'obbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  maekinaws and miner"' sundries.    KOOTKNAY  SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street),  Nolsou,   wholesale  grocers.  TOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.���Front) stroot, Nel  ���J    son, wholesale (rrooors.  Y. GRIFFIN & CO.���Front) street, Nelson  ���   wholesale   dealers   In   provMgnB,_onred   =Baeaterbul)tor andeggs. ^������ ~^~~  P.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO Corner Baker and Josephine  ���   streets. Nolnoii. wholosale dealers in hard-  ARontH for Giant  ware and wining supplies,  Powder Co.  B  E  E  R  S  ANHEUESER-BUSCH  SC. Louis.  PABST  Milwaukee.  GALGARY  Cal*-ary. ��  REISTERER & CO. ...  Nelson.  GOSNELL  Nelson.  B  E  E  R  S  CHAS.A.WATEPAN&GO  A,UCTI0NEEf{S.  JOSEPHINE STREET. NEAR BAKER.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWEBH AND BOTTLER1* OF  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  TREMONT HOUSE  321 TO 331 BAKKR STREET, NELSON  ROOMS li and lo.  JC. W. C. BLOCK, Nelson  LONO'N,   July   5.���The   lord   chancellor, lord Salisbury, today informed earl  Russell that he will'bo tried July Stb  before the house of lords on the charge  J of  bigamy.   The  defendant  considered  SALE OF EEYNOLDS' STABLE.  At the close of tiie 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  "tnllvorT no tho V��it��  SrAwnry at Valson  FREE   HOT   LUNCH  FROM 12 to 2 O'CLOCK  AT  THE  ATHABASCA   TODAY.  ame^.laannd3eu,iopean MEALS 25 CENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated by St-'am 25 Cents to SJ?  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKEK STP.EKT. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air,,  Largo oomfortiablu  DedroouiB and   flrsb-olass  dining-room. Sn-tnvio roomn for noinmeroial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  rs. E. C. ClarKe, Prop.  hATK. OS* TT?K KOTAt HOT*-!.. OAT.OAItV  REWARD.  l^adden !|ous@  Baker and "Ward  Streets, Nelson  Everybody   Welcome  , The undersigned will oiTcr as a reward for tho  recovery of the body of Leslie Wilson, the 12-  ycar-old boy drowned off the tug  Halys on  Sunday, Juno 2nd, the sum of twenty-five dollars.  DAVE CLAKKK.  Pilot Bay, June 13th, 1901.  The onlj hotel iu Nelson that has remained!  under oue management since 1830.  The bod-rooms uro well furnished and lighten*,  by eleotriclty.  Tbe bar is always stooked by tha bast dom ��-  bio and imported liquora and olgars..  THOMAM MAODEN. PravprleDor,  SLOGAN JUNQTEGj^ HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS. Manatfer  Bar stooked with bost brands of winflB. liquors,,  and Cigars.   Beer on draught.   Large comloriy {!  able l'oomH.  ITlr^t olass hable ba* fl. i  LAWItHiNCK   HARDWAEK    UOjMPaNY  Baker St.,  Nelson,  wholesale   doalers ln  hardware aud raining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplios.  LIQUORS AND DRY --OODS.  TURNKK, BKKTON &; CO. Cjnor Vornon  and Josephine stroots, N in i-i, wholostilo  doalers ln liquors, clears and dr> noods. Agonts  for Pabst) BrowinR Co. of Milwaukee aud Cal  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary,     ,  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WIN1C COMPANY, LIMI  TKD���Corner Fronb anrt Hall Bttreote, Nol  son, wholesale dealers in wine- (oase and hulk,  ��tii" dnmeahln nnd Imcnrti"'" ntcarn.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Cornor Victoria ��nd Kootenay Streets.  p n Bm kq Tuir.wpwnMw vn m  (N'o.irs)  CERTIFICATE  Registration of an Extra Provincial Company.  "Companies Act, 1897."  I hereby certify that the "German Mining .and.  Milling Company" has this day been registered  ns an Hxti'ii Provincial Company, under the  ���'Companio* Act. 1SSI7," to curry onr. or effect all  or any of tho objects hereinafter set forth to  which the legislative authority of tho Legislature of iJrilish Columbia extends.  The head otlice of the Company is situate iu  the City of Tacoma, Stato of Washington,  U. S. A.  The amount of tho capital of tlio Company is  ono hundred thousiiud dollars, divided into ono  hundred thousand shares of ono dollar each.  ' he head ollicc of 11)0 Company in this Province in situate at. Nelson, and Richard Papo, Labourer, whoso address is Nelson aforesaid, is tho  attorney for tho Company.  'I lie limo of the existence of the Company is  fifty years.  Given under my hand and seal of ofllco at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this lOlh  day of J line, one thousand niuo hundred and  ono.  [I., s] S. Y. WOOTTON  Registrar of Joint Companies.  Thn object'* for whicli tho Company has been  established are ihoso set out in the Certificate of  J*egistr*iiou granted to the Company on tho 1st  February, Wl.). and wliich appears in the Britibh  Columbia OaJsetto on the 18th February, 1897.  f THE TftlBOTTE: KELSON, B. G. SATURDAY JULY (J, 1901  hi  tr  BAffl OF lOffiEAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  BEST    7,000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427.Z80.80  L*>rd Strathcona and Mount Royal ...Prosidont)  Hon. George A. Drummond Vice-Prosident  Si. S. Clor^ton  General Manager  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Bakor and Kootenay Stroots.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches in London (England) New Yonrc,  Chicago, and all tho prinoipal oitios in Canada,  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE  BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  03?1    C^JHT^-IDJ^  ���^Mt^MMMI  11/nYnTlT 1 T Tl 1 TTTT >g".SS>-^g>-J5��'J!B>'^>v'^>.-^��'-^'^9*>-^��',*S'^9��''g*>'^��- sn-^-h-VI^/**^. 00.^.00*00.00.00.40.00.00 .__0.___0.___0. _____*. _*_*._____* .*__*  IPEBIAL BANK ^^^^^^^^^ggg^gg^ggsg-^  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund.  Hon.  $8 000.000  -      -      -   52,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER 365,000,000.  Qeo. A. Cox, Robt. Kilgour,  President. Vice-President.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchango and Cable  Transfers. _       .     .   ���    ...  Grant. Commorolnl and Travelors' Credits,  availablo in any part of tlio world.  Draft-* Issued, Collections Made, Eto,  Saving's Bank Branch  CnitHKNT RATK OK INTEREST PAID.  ���H*  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *'  'rb*.  "b **���  .**.  Mining supplies aud general  hardware, assayers' supplies and  chemicals, drugs and medicines,  dry goods and clothing, boots  and shoes, furniture and bedding, Ashing tackle and station- ������  ery, boolcs and newspapers, groceries and provisions, fresh and  salt meats, fruits and confectionery, cigars and tobacco, imported  and domestic Manors, in fact  everything in the way of goneral  merchandise, can be procured in  Nelson on Thursdays during the  same hours as on other clays,  notwithstanding all reports to  the contrary.  l^.*.^l-******* ****.i~i.*****.i  POPULAR SINGER'S NEMESIS  1.  in  Sybil Sanderson's Unhappy Career.  PARIS, July -i.���One more tragic epi-  . sode has entered the life of Sybil Sanderson,   the   beautiful  American   prima  donna. There is no woman living m ttie  same number of years has seen so much  romance,    tragedy,   sorrow,    so   many  ���strange  vicissitudes of fortune as this  lovely*'Californian. On the night of her  brilliant   return   to   the   stage   of   the  Opera   Comiqno,   Sybil   Sanderson   was  deluged with flowers. Among them was  a  magnificent  bouquet  of white  roses,  by far the finest of all these floral tributes.   Tlio   prima ".donna   examined   it  with pleased attention, curious to learn  who had  sent her��� so charming a gift.  She found no card with it, but a dagger.  It  was   no  toy  weapon,   biit"a  heavy,  sharp, steel dagger,.such as might easily  -be driven to tho heart of a man or woman. On the blade was engraved roughly   the   mysterious   word   "Duplicate."  What could this word mean? There is  (���Me obvious explanation that seems to  have suggested itself to many persons.  This is that the dagger is a duplicate  of one that the sender will use with his  own hand. Aliss Sanderson has been so  shocked by the incident that she has not  ventured out of her house since, except  in a cab to drive to the theatre.  Her  house is guarded by the police and only  very old friends are ''allowed to see her.  Who  is  the person who sent the dagger'to   Sybil   Sanderson?   That   is   the  c'uestion  now agitating all Paris. It is  the talk of the whole city, of the newspapers and of the boulevards. Was it a  man or a woman? It might have been  either, for jealousy is not peculiar to  one sex. Miss Sanderson has given no  explanation of the mystery. She is practically barricaded in her house and-will  see no stranger. To all who are familiar  with her career it is not surprising that  such an incident as this should happen,  but that does not make it any the less  interesting.'. Murder and suicide in' tin-  highest ranks of European society have  followed  the triumphant hut. devastating progress of Sybil Sanderson. Many  known incidents in her earlier career in  Paris have been revived as suggesting  an oxpla*mtion_of jjie mysterious���dag^.  ^,*TWrno"wirvvell substantiated report  of a much more recent romance is gaining currency. It is said that a French  nobleman belonging to the most exclusive group of families descended  from  the ancient regime,,and at the same time  a leader of modern fashionable society,  has been madly infatuated with hei' fer  several months. Ho is an owner of famous race horses in France and England,  and a leader in international sports. His  name is familiar in every civilized country. He showered upon Miss Sanderson  flowers and presents, but was regarded  by her with nothing more than polite  interest.  It is   well   known  that  Sybil  Sanderson pays little attention to those  she does not care for, however high their  rank may be. Finally she became so displeased with this man that oho refused  to see him nt her home at any time.  Finding no other way of meeting her,  he lay in wait one morning as sho came  away from a rehersal at the opera house.  He attempted to join her and was repulsed  very abruptly. Sho got into her  carriage, and  he put his hand on tho  door, thrust his head through the door  and shouted in an infuriated voice:  "You will be sorry for this. I will  show you that I am not a man to bo  treated in this manner." Is this tlie  man who seut the dagger? That is  the phase of the mystery that is'now  uppermost. If he did, his infatuation  for Sybil Sanderson must have driven  him to insanity. He has been hitherto  regarded' as a very sane man of the  world. His threat as given above would  ordinarily have been regarded as meaning that he would have her engagement broken, or would hire a band of  strong men to hiss her down, or would  do some other gentlemanly act known  to Parisian patrons of the drama. There  is another explanation. This nobleman has a brilliant and handsome wife,  famous as a leader of Parisian society.  She is fiercely jealous of his infatuation  for the singer, and does not know, perhaps, how contemptuously he has been  rejected. Perhaus it was she who sent  the dagger. There is, after all, a somewhat feminine air about this method of  frightening a woman. That is as much  light as can be thrown on the dagger  mystery at present. In connection with  this mystery it is interesting to recall  some features of the brilliant, curiously  stormy career of Sybil Sanderson.   She  London Ofiice, 60 Lombard Streot, El. O.  New York   Ofllce,  16   Exchange   Place.  aud (*3 Brunches in Canada und the  United States.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on deposits.   Pi-csseut rate  three per cent.  GRANGE  V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branch.  went from California to Paris, and immediately became the favorite pupil of  Massenet, the most prominent composer  in France.    From her debut she found  success.     Paris    raved   over    her    as  "Phyrne."    It was said she could sing  higher and clearer than any Avoman who  ever lived.    Besides "Phryne" she sang  "Mammon,"   "Esclarmonde"   and  other  roles that bore a curious similarity. She  went  to  Brussels,  and  there  not  only  the populace but the count of Flanders,  brother of the king, admired her. Prince  Baldwin  of Flanders,  the count's son,  was shot dead one evening, .and it is  generally believed that his own father  shot him on account of a common interest in Sybil Sanderson.    Four years  ago she married Antonio Terry, the famous   Cuban   millionaire.     She   retired  from the stage, and everybody supposed  that she would live as a great lady for  the rest of her life.   She was stricken  very ill with a form of paralysis, and  her husband lavished untold gold in his  efforts   to   save  her.     She   had   barely  recovered when he died. To everybody's  profound astonishment he left her almost penniless.   For a time she was in a  state of deep melancholy.   Her attempt-  el suicide was once reported.   Then she  returned   to   the stage  once  more  and-  at once renewed her old triumphs. Now  another mystery checkers this! complicated career. '������  HEAD   OFFICK. TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  $2,500,000  $1,850,000  H. S. HOWLAND President.  D. li. WILKIE Oeneral Manager.  K. HAY Inspeotor.  THK  SAVINGS   BANK  CURRKNT   RATE  OF  DEPARTMENT.  INTEREST   ALLOWED.  m  to  to  9\  AUCTION SALE  OF TOWN LOTS IN NEW DENVER  The undersigned have boen authorized to offer for sale the following lots  in the government portion qf the town-  site of New Denver for sale at public  auction at the Newmarket hotel, New  Denver, on  THURSDAY,  JULY 25th, 1901.  G���.1. 2, 3, 4, 5.  ���1���1  5���2,  9���1,  10���1,  11���1,  12���2,  13���2, 3,  14���1, 5,  15���1, 2,  ��� 11.  3,  o  ������,  2,  3,  3,  3, 4, (i, S, 9, 10,  4, 0, 10, 1.1, 12.  3, 4, 5, C, 7. S, i), 10, 11,  G, 7, 8, 0, 10, 11,  7, s, y, io, ii.  S. 10, 12,  10, 11.  3, 4  4, 5  4, 5  4, 5  10.  3, 4, 7a, S  12.  12.  TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF S/\LE  1. The upset price on each lot offered  is 5100.      .  2. Subject to the upset price the  highest bidder will be the purchaser, but  the government may withdraw any lot  from sale if the government agent is  not satisfied with the competition.  3. The  title  will  be  that  of  Crown  ^*ant.j:or_which-a^fej3,,oL!pl0^bei':oiid=the=  purchase money will be charged.  4. Each and every purchaser is re-  rjiiired at the drop of the hammer to  pay a deposit of fifty per cent of the purchase price in Cash to the Auctioneer  attending the sale, who will give an official receipt for. the same.  5. The remainder of the purchase  moneys will be payablo at the office of  the Government Agent at Nelson, on or  berore Tuesday the 31st day of December next, with interest at the rate of 0'  per cent per annum.  (!. Where lots for sale adjoin, each  purchaser of a lot will have the privilege of taking the next adjoining Jot at  the same price.  7. As reirards tho deferred payments,  time will be deemed the essence of the  contract and any purchaser making default of payment at the time, fixed by  tiicse couuidons, will absolutely forfeit  his deposit and claini to be deemed the  purchaser. Lots upon which default shall  have so happened will again, if the government so determine, i.e put up for sale  and re-sold at some future auction, tho  time to be determined by the Government, of which due notice will be given,  on which occasion may also, if the Government so decide, be again offered for  sale any other lots which may remain  undisposed of.  S. In case any dispute shall arise as  to the highest or last bidder, or any default or question as to the deposit, the  property will again be put up at the  former highest bid.  0: All lots will be sold subject to payment by _..e purchaser of the value of  the improvements erected thereon, if  any, as the same may be appraised by  the Government.  C. A. WATERMAN & GO.  AUCTIONEERS  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TEE   ONT HOTEL BLOCK.  Large stock of high-class imported poods.  tpeoialty of the  fashion in oosta,  sauare   shoulder���the  A  latest  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local.and ooast).  Flooring  looal and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  "��� Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  vr what roc want is not m stock  WE WILI. MA KB JT FOB YOV ,  CALL AND GET PRICKS.  J. A. Sayward  . HALT, AND LARK BTKKKTS. NKLflOI*  NOTICE.  "IKSPECKION'OK   METAI.UKKKOUS   Ml-VES   ACT  Amk.vdmic.nt Act, 1U01."  NOTICE is.hereby given that copies of the  Code of Mino Signals provided by the abovo  Act. which comes into force on tho 1st prox.. can  be obtained from the King's printer, Victoria.  Copies on paper will he furnished free, but a  charge of lifty cents will bo made for those on  rubber cloth.  ���    PICHARD McBRIDR, Minister of "Mines.  Department of Mines, 37th June, 1001.  SHERIFF'S   SALE.  Province of" British  Columbia,  Nelson,   West  Kootenay, to wit:  By virtuo of a writ, of Fieri Facias issued out  of tlio British Court of British Columbia at tho  sulcof Bank of Montreal, plaintiff, and to nie  directed against the goo,Is and chattels of  Herbert Cuthbort, defendant, I have seized and  taken in execution all the right, titlo nnd interest  of'the paid defendant, Herbert Cuthbort, in the  mineral claim known as and called *'Blend," situate on tbe west fork of Rover creek, and covering the (-round of the'*Hayniaster"mineral claim,  and recorded in tho oflice of tho mining recorder  for the Nolson Mining Division of the West Kootonay D'striet on the 1st. day of June, A.D. 1893;  to recover the sum of Four Hundn d and Ninety-  seven dollars and Twenty-seven cents (HIS" ?<)  and also interest on Four Hundred and Ninety-  two dollars and twenty-seven cents (S192.27) at  live per centum per annum from tho 2(ith day ��.f  April, lflOI, until payment, besidesshPrifl'spound--  ago, otiicor's fees ��nd all other legal incidental  expensps; oil of which I shall expose for sale or  sutiicient thereof to satisfy.said judgment, debt  and costs at my office, next tb the Court House,  in tho City of Nelson, K, I'., on Wednesday, the  3rd day of July, 1901, at the hour of 1] o'o'ock in  the forenoon. ���   ���  Note.���Intending purchasers will satisfy themselves as to interest and title of t hesaiddefeudnnt.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, 22nd day of June, 1901.  :,..--���- S. P. TU<*K.  SherifTof South Kootenay.  NOTICE.  Tho above salo hao been postponed until Saturday the (ith day of July, 19)1, at the same hour  and place. S. P. TUCK,  Sheriff for South Kootenay.  SHERIFF'S SALE.  Province of British Columbia,   Nelson,  West  Kootenay, to-wit:  By virtue of two writs of Fie*-i Facias issnod  out of tho supremo court of British Colombia at  the suit of the Harvey Van Norman Compiny,  Limited, and Balfour & Company, plaintiffs, and  to me directed ngainst tho goods and chattels of  J. A. MacKinnon &. Company.'defendants, 1  have seized and taken in execution all the right  title and intorest of tho said defendant, J. A  MacKinnon, in tho so-called Hampton group of  mineral claim* consisting of the mineral claim*  "Hnnipton,' "Ethel K." "Plunger," "Camp Firo"  and ".silver Bow."all situate up frpringer crook  about eight nillPs, more or less, from Slocan City  andrecorded In tho oflico of ftho mining recorder  for the Slocan City raining division of the district of Wost Kootoriay, to recover tho sumo'  thirtoon hundred and oigluy-soven dollars and  clarhty conts (81387.80), amount' of saidwrits of  Fieri Facias, a��'d Interest on two hundred and  thirty-fix dollars and twenty-seven cents {$236 27)  at five por centum por annum from tho 3rd day  of January.���lfjni, until payment, and inierost on  eleven hundred nnd forty-four dollars and fifty-  threo cents (SI II l.o.'!) at six per centum per annum from tho 251 h dav of March, 1901, until payment, bpsides sheriff's poundage, oflicers! feos  and all other legal incidental expense-. All of  which I shall expos' for sale, or sufficient thereof to satisfy niili judarmont. debt and costs, at  my ofllce, next to the court houso, in the city of  Nelson, B C, on Friday, tho 21st dayof Junc.-  A. D. 1*001. at tho hour of eleven o'clock in the  forenoon.  Notk.���Intending purchasers will satisfy themselves as to interest and title of the said defendant  S. P. TUCK,  SherifTof South Kootenay.  Dated at Nelson, B. C. the fith of June, 190i.  The above Rale is postponed until Wednesday,  the 3rd day of July, at the same place and hour.  S.P.TUCK.  SherifTof South Kootenay.  NOTICE.  The above sale has been postponed until Saturday tho tith day of July, 1901, at the same hour  and place. S. P. TUCK,  Sho* iff for South Kootenay.  NOTICE.  Tho annual general meeting of the Cascade  Water. Power & Light Company, Limited, wi.l  be held at the offices of the company. Baker  street. Nelson. B., C, on Wednesday the 17th  daylof July, instant., n . 2 o'c'ock in thn afternoon.  JOHN FRASER. Secretary.  NOTICE.  Notieo is hereby givpn that I intend to apply  nt the next regular sitting of the bnard of license  commissioners for tho city of Nelson, to bo held  after the pxpiriition of thirty days from tho date  hereof, foi" a transfer of the retail liquor license  now held h*- me for the premises known as the.  Glue Pot Saloon, situated on tho west half of Lot  ���J. Block 2, subdivision of Lot 95, Nolson, to William Walmsley and James Bowes.  Witness: THOMAS SPROAT.  Tiroji as M. Wahd.  Datod this 28th day of June, 1901.  'to'  to  to.  Established In Nelson 1890.  We are preeminently a watch house and particularly want your mail order business in watches, but please understand that while we give particular attention  to.mail orders for watches, that is but "One" department of our business. We  do not confine ourselves exclusively to mail orders, for watches, but fill orders  for anything needed by customere. Our lines in diamonds, fine jewelry and  novelties, like our watch lines, are standard in quality and unsurpassed in style  and selling qualities. And, too, prices are in your favor���as much so as high  quality will permit. There shall be a mutual helpfullness in prices here. Quality  shall not be lowered tb make prices "cheap." There shall be absolute satisfaction on your part, or we will not try to win your trade. We would like to have ,  you put us to the test in.this matter.  All watch repairing guaranteed,  as we employ none but the best  workmen.  OUR WATCHMAKING AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL IN B. C.  JACOB  DOVER,  THE JEWELER  9\  to  9\  to  to  tJ^n^' >fl? ��� fl? '^0* 00* 00' 00* ^*00*00 ��� 00* 00 * <��* *^'.0**0 ��� 0- .v ���^���>Si2Hi *JS ��^ Ofe <>Sfc ���2k ".5^ *^�� ��^> ��^�� ��^ ��2* ��^ft*_^k ��'^> .^sT-^r  ��� X*-*)^^-4^" 0^'0B*'0t0'4&r f&r f^r 0301^0'4^0*0&r ^^r0^r^0 0  *p ��� ���*���*��������� "���5****,"&'^^B^S^^E^^B'^^^",^B''^BS^^^^^S^^^^^S-^^��^^__-^^0^^l-0&m "  ^ * ^K ��� ^"v ���'Ss* ,CT* ^C* *^* "S* ^^* ^ET* ^K* *^* ^""V * ^S*'<''"���. "^ ^ ' 0' 0'0 ' 00 * 00 ' 00 * 00 * ^0 ��� 00-^0 * 00'00 ' 00 * 00 ' 00 ' 00* ^0 ��� 00 * 00  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  NELSON, BRITISH .COLUMBIA,  .1  m  to  to  I  Mail orders receive our prompt  and careful attention. Our prices  are always right.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  9\  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  INELSON, B. C.  Builders and  Contractors  Having* taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brick &  Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg to ask for a continuance  of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them. My  aim will he at all times to supply you with our products at lowest  possible prices. Being in a position to manufacture goods In larger  quantities than, before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a  lower figure.  It is our intention to install machinery to manufacture our  marble products, and next season we shall be in a position to supply  these products at reasonable rates.  We shall also Keep on hand  Tiles and Cement.    .  a stock of Fire Brlekc Fire Clay,  Our Bricks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes at the  Spokane Industrial Exposition in 1899 and also this year. We also  secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building  Stone.  We  Builders.  are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  tor The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  Successors te  The West Kootenay Brick <* Lime Co.,  Ltd  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale andJRetajl   ^mS'itr^^ in Meats  Markets at Nelson, Roasland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, Net��  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Porks, Greenwood, Cascade 0i6y, Mid  way, and Vancouver.  ^  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Go.  ALL KINDS Or  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  FISH  K. W. 0 BLOCK  WARD STREET  OKKKIKH BY MAIL  WHOIjKHArjB AND RKTAIL  AND POULTRY IN SEASON  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  RROKIVK OARWrUL A��TD PROVPT A.Tl-'flWTTOW  ROS-SI^AIVD   EIVailVEERIIVa   WORKS  cunlipfb & McMillan  Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  ORB OARS, Bkips. cage?, oro hin doors, chulo* nnd general wrought iron work.    Our ore cara are  the best, on t.H" market     Write us fur references and full particu are.  SECOND HAND MACHINERY FOlt SAIjE.-Oiio 5-foot lyelton waterwhcel, width GOO feet, "8 to 10"  Hpinal riveted pipe.   One lOxoxl.'i outside packed plunger Kiiikini" pump.    Kock drills, stoping  bars, &c, &c.  AGENTS NORDHEY PUMPS.  STOCK  CARRIED.  P.  O.  Box  198.  THIRD  AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  W. P. TIERNEY  Telephone 205.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  WEST TRANSFER CO.  N, T. MACLEOD, Manager.  Office: Two Doors West C. P. R. Offices  TENDERS   WANTED.  The Hastincs (11. C.) Exploration Syndicate.  Limited, will consider hida for dinmond drilling  on the Arlington mino at J<>ie, 11. C. For full  information call or address No. 'J, K.-W.-C. block.  Nolson. B. C.  All  Kinds  of  Teaming  Work.  and  Transfer  Agents for Hard and Soft Coal. Imperial Oil  Company. Washington Brick, Lime & Manufacturing Company. Goneral commorcial agents  and brokers.  All coal and wood strictly cash on delivery.  Cancellation  NOTICE;  of  Reservation,  District.      ;  Kootenay  "M^OTrCE U horoby given that the* reservation  ���** placed on that particular parcel of land,  which may be described as commencing nt tha.  north<*ast corner of Township (8a) "light A,  Kootenay District, which is also the northeast  corner of Block 12. granted to the Nelson and.'  Fort Sheppard llailway Company by 'Crown  grant dated 8th March, 1895;'. theam duo oast Is  miles; thence due south to the'International  Rounnary: thence due west along said boundary  10 mile.-; thence north to tbe p.'ace of commencement, notice whereof was published in the  Riitish Columbia Gazette,' ana dated 7ih Hay,  1896, is hereby rescinded.  -   W. s. Gome-  Deputv Commi'-sioner of Lands & Works.  Lands and Works Di*pvtraeiit,  Victoria, B. C 23rd May. 1901.  NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNiVItNT.  Notice is hereby given .thaf"Willhm Graham  Lillie and Thomas Lester Lillie. both ut the City  of Nelson, in the Province of British Columbia,  trading under tho firm namn and style of Lillie  Brothers, Boot and Shoe Dealers, on Baker  Streot, in tho City of Nelson, have by deed,bearing dare of tho 3rd day of June. 1901. a-signed all  their real and personal property, execptas therein  mentioned, to Lewis A. Godbolt of the City of  Toronto, iu the Province of Ontario, commercial  traveler, in trust for the purpose of paying and  satisf> ing rateably and proportionally and without pref-Tenco or priority the creditors of tho  said William Graham Lillie nnd Thomas Loiter  Lillie, and the said firm of Lillie Brothers, their  just, dob's.  The said deed was executed by thesaid William  Graham Lillie and Thomas, Lester Lillio to the  said Lewis A. Godbolt on the 3d day of June,  1901, and tho said Lewis A. Godnolt has undertaken the trust, created by the said deed. All  Jiersons having claims against the said firm of  jillie Brothers or against the said William  Graham Lillie or against the said Thomai Letter  Lilli"* are required to forward to the said Lewis  A. Godholt particulars of their claims, duly  voriflod on or before tho 10th day of Juiy, 1- 01. *  And notice is hereby given that after tho raid  10th day of July, 1901. the trustees will proceed  to distribute the assets of the estato among tho  parties entitled thereto, having regard only to  ihe claims of whieh thesaid trustees shall then  have had notice, and that the said1 trustees will  not bo tOHponsible fo- the asset* or any part  thereof so distributed to any porson or persons,  firm or corporation of whoso-debt or olaim ho  shall not then have hnd notice.  A meeting of the creditors will.bo held at the  oflice of the undersigned on Monday, tho 10th  day of 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 tho creditors will bo held  at tho same place on the 20th day of July, at tho  hourof 10 o'clock a.m., to considor tho trustees  statement and report.  Dated this 3rrt day of Junn. 1901.   GALLIHKK gc-WILSON*.   Solicitors for Trustoes,  K. W.C. Block, Nelson, B.C.  TBAPES   PITION&  ���M-JSLSOV SOCIALISTIC ED UCA1IONAI-  ���L' ������ CLUB meets every Sunday at 3 o clock p.m.  in the Minors'Union Hall. A cordial invitation  is extended to every one to come and take part  in discussions.  John Koberts, secretary.  AUNDRY WORKERS' UNION OV NELSON  No. 85SW, A. F. of L.���Meets in Miners* Union  Hall,- C. P. R. nlock, corner of Baker and 8tan'  . ley streets, on fourth Friday in every month an  7:30 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of American <  Federation cordially invited to attend. C.vFrod- '  rlok, president; A._ VV. Mc Fee, secretary.  ELSON MINERS' UNION NO. UU, W. F. cf  M.���Moats in miners' union' rooms, northwest corner of Baker and Stanley streets, every ,  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting mem.  bors welcome. M. R. Mowatt. President. Jama  Wilkes. Seoretary. Union Scale of Waoks  for Nelson, r District���Per, shift, machine  men, |3.50: hamraersmen minors, $3.25; muckers,  carmen, shovelers and othor underground laborers, ��3 00. ,  ryiRADKS AND LABOR COUNCIL.-The rogu-  -*-   lar mooting* of tho Nelson Trades and Labor <���  Council will bo held in tho miners' union hall,  corner Baker and Htanley streets, on the flrst ana ���,  third Thursday of each month, at 8 p. m.   C. J.  Clayton, Pres.; A. T. Curie, Sec.   P.O. box 90.  ;u]ar meetings of tbe Carpenters' Union  leld on Wednesday; evening of each  week, at .7 o'clock, in the Miners' Union rooms  corner of Bakerand Stanley,; streets. Charles  Clayton, President.   Alex B. Murray, Secretary.  THEro  are  BARBERS' UNION.���Nelson Union. No. 190. of  the International Journeymen Barbors Un  ion bf America, meets everyllrst and third Monday of each month in Miner's Union Hall, at 8.3  sharp. . Visiting brothors cordially invited to  attend. R. McMahon, president; J. H, Marho  son. secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardnor, recording  secretary. .,,,.-  TELEPHONE W.)  Office 184 BaHer St.  NOTICE   TO   CBEDITOES.  T.ABORERS' UNION.���Nelson Laborers' Pro  -.���*-* tectivo Union. No. 8121, A. F. of L., meots in  Miners' Union hall, C. P. R. block, corner of  Baker and Stanley streets, evory Monday evening  at7:30p.m. sharp. Visitingmombersof tneAmcrl-  can Federation cordially Invited to attend.  A. J. Curie, President. John " Roberts, recording secretary, v.:  . "M'ELSON PAINTERS'- UNION-Tho rogular  _*���*��� meeting of the Painters' Union is held  tho flrst and third Fridays in each month at Minors' Union hall at 7:30 sharp. Waltor 11. Kco,  President; Henry Bennett, Secrotary.  OOKS' AND. WAITERS' 'UNION ���Regular  meetings every Tuesday evening at 8:30  o clock, in Miners' Union Hall, corner of Bakor  and 8tnnley stroets. Visting brnthren cordially  invited. Chris. Lnft, president; H. Sniclscr, financial and recording secretary.  LASTERBRS'  UNION-The O. P. I. A. No.  172. moots, every Monday evening in  the  Elliot blook, corner Baker and Stanloy stroots, nt  8 o'clock.    J.   D.  Mn-*nr,   Dreeldenb; William  Vico, secretary, P. O. Box 616.  FBATEENAL   SOCIETIES  Jt~NELSON LODGE, NO. 38, A. F. ft A. M  XY Meets seoond Wednesday ln eaih month  /���N Sojourning brethren lnvlbed.  In t.ho matter of tho estato of Charles Davis McKenzie,  late of  tho Cily of Nelson, British  ' .Columbia, deceased.  Notice is horoby given pursuant to tlio  "Trusteesand Executors Act lhat aU creditors  nnd others having claims (igainst the estate of  tho f-aid Charles Davis Mckonzio, who died on  the llth day of February. 1901 or rcn��iredon or  before the lOthdayof August, I'M, to j>ondby post  prepaid or deliver to the undersigned, administrator of tho estate of tho said deceased, at  Kaslo, B. C, their Christiuu and surnames, ad-  (lroH?OH and descriptions, the full particular"* of  their claims, the s'alomentof thoir accounts, and  the nature of thrir securities, if any, hold by  them.  And further take nolico that aftor such last  mentioned date tho undersigned will procoed to  distribute the assets of tho said deceased among  the parties ontitled thereto, having regard only  lotho claims of which ho r-nall then have notice,  and that he will not be liable for the said assets,  or any part theroof, to any person or persons of  whose claims notieo shall havo not boen rcceivci  by him at the timo of such distribution.  Dated the 19th day of Juno. 1901.  NEIL F. MacKAY,  Administrator of tho estate of the said deceased,  NOTICE TO OBEDITOB&  In tho matter of tho Estate of Marmaduke  Bennison. lato of Nelson, B. C, deceased:'  Notieo is heroby aiven pursuant to statute that  all creditors and others having claims against the  estate of the said Marmaduke Bennison, who  died on or about the 27th day of March, 1901, aro  required on or beforo t.ho 1st day of August, 1901,  to send by pet prepaid or deliver to Geo. S. Mc-  Carter of Rovelstoke, solicitor for Albert Kdward  Bennison, the administrator of: the estate of said  deceased, their christian and surnames, addresses  and descriptions, the full particulars of th��*ir  claims, tho statement of thoir account:' and tho  nature of tho securities, if any, held by them, all  duly verified.  And notice is further gi von that aftor such last  mentioned date thesaid administrator will proceed to distribute tho said ostato of tho deceased  among tho parties entitled thorcto. having regard  only to the claims of which ho f Inll then havo  notieo and that tlio said administrator will not  be liable for the said assets or any part thoreof to  any porson or persons of whose claims notice shall  not havo been received by him ab the timo of  such distribution.  Dated the 20th day of Juno. A D. 1901.  GEO. S. McCARTKR,  Solicitor fnr Albert K-lward Bonnieon, administrator of tlio estate of Marmaduke Bennison,  deceased.  CITY  OP NELSON.  Notice is hereby given that the first sittings of  tho Annual Court of Revision of the Municipality of the City of Nolson will bo held in the  Council Chamber at thn city offices, Nolson. on  Wednesday, tho loth day of July noxt, at 10  oVlock a.m., for tho purpose bf hearing complaints against tho assessment as mado by tho  assessor, and for revising and correcting the  assessment roll.  J. K. STRACHAN, City Clork.  ��� Nelson. B. C. May28th. 1901.  NELSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER No. 123  G. R. C���Mecs third Wednesday. Sojourn  ing companions invited. George Johnstono.K.; E.  W. Matthews, S. E.  NELSON AERIR. No. 22, F. O. K.���Moot second  nnd fourth Wednesday of each month, at  Fraternity Hall.     Georgo  Bartlett,  prosident  John V. Morrison, secretary.  TrOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M.���  ���*���*��� Hold their regular meetings on tho firnt and  third Thursdays of eaoh month. Visiting Sir  Knights aro cordially invited to attond: tl. A.  Rrown, R. K.; A. W. Purdy, Com.; R. J. Stool  D.3.C   ARCHITECT.  AC. EWART���Architect.   Room 3 Aberdeen  ���   block, Baker stroet, Nolson.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER  To John J. McAndrews or to any person or persons to whom he may havo transferred his  interest in the Black Diamond Mineral Claim,  situate  on  the  north sido of Bear Creek,  about threo miles from the town of Ymir,  lying smith of and adjoining tho Evening;  Star Mineral Claim. Nelson Mining Division  of West Kootenay Disti ict, and recorded in  tho recorder's ofllce for tbe Nolson Mining;  Division.  You and each of ynu are horeby noti/led that I  have oxpended Two Hundred and Twelve dollars  and Twenty-flvo cents ($212.25) in labor and improvements upon tho above mentioned mineral  claim in ordor to hold said mineral claim under  tho provisions of tho Mineral Act. and if within  ninety days from the dato of this notice you fail  or refuse to contribute your proportion of such  expenditures togother with all costs of advertising your interests in said claims will becomo the  property of tho subscriber undor section 4 of an  Act entitled  "An Act to Amend the Mineral  Act, 1900." JOHN DEAN.  Dated at Nelson this 27th day ot April, 1901.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.  To Herbert Cuthbert or to any person or persons to whom  ho may have transferred his  interest in tho Blend Mineral Olaim, situate  on tho west fork nf Rover creek, in the Nolson mining division of  West Kootenay Disti ict, aud recorded in ihe recorder's ofllce for  tho Nolson Mining Division.  You and oach of you are hereby notified tbab  we hav�� expended four hundred and eleven dollars in labor and improvements upon the ��bove  mentioned mineral claim in  order to hold said  minoral claim under tho provis'ons of the Mineral Act. and  if within  ninety davs from the  dato of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion  of  such   expenditures together with nil costs of advoiUsing your interests in said claims will become tho property of  tho subscribers, under section 4 of an Aor. entitled "An Act to Amend thn Minor ��1 Act. 1900."  FRANK FLETCHER,  J. J. MAT.ONE;  H. G. NEELANDS,  E. T. H. SIMPKINS.  Datod at Nelson.this 3rd day of Juno, 1901,  * ���TL  r   --il -���^-.i^Trscg^'***^^  i:  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B C, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1901  i.  .PS  ���n  I  1 '  ! '  V1  !���>'.  p.  ft;;  ��  .'���k.  i  . t  I*'   '  I _i  ;  it.  i  SPECIAL    THIS    WEEK  Ladies' Corset Covers 18 cents. Ladies' Buttoned and Laced Kid Shoes,  the $3.50 line at $2.50. Ladies' Button and Laced Kid Shoes, the $2.a0  line at $1.75.   No old styles.   All this spring's goods.  MUSLINS,   Eto.  A large range of Print Patterns to  choose from, all fast colors, at 7, 9  and 11 cents.  Colored Muslins 30 inches wide, for  draping   and curtains, 25 cents  now 15 cents.  Colored   Linen   Crash,   for skirts,  regular price 30 cents, for 20 cents.  "White Pique, extra quality, regular  price 30 cents, 20 cents per yard.  MEN'S WEAR.  Men's blue and black Serge Suits,  regular $15.00 line, yours at $10.  Men's Scotch and Irish Tweed suits,  regular $15 line, at $10.  Men's Tweed pants, a large range to  choose from, the regular $5 line to  clear at $3.50; $'1 line to clear at  $2.50.  Good Tweed Pants at $1.25, $1.50,  and $2.00.  S&ft   A.. FERLAND  NELSON CLOTHING HOUSE  NO    219   BAKER   STREET,   NELSON.  BOOTS!       BOOTS!       BOOTS!  For a few days only we will hold a slaughtering  discount sale of boots and shoes. '  J. A. Gijker, Proprietor  E--2- ���*���2- -I���1���I**i"2���I���I~I���-I- ���{���^��H,-i~5^H~M,+'i*  Mining supplies and 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 on other days,  notwithstanding all reports to  the contrary.  *  *  *  DIB YOU KNOW  That we we have the best assorted stock of PURE DRUGS,  CHEMICALS, ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES, PERFUMES and  DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES in the Kootenays. If not give us  a trial order and you will be convinced. We have everything usually found in a first-class Drug Store, and that is  what we claim onrs to be.  W. F. TEETZEL &. CO.  VIOTORIA   BLOOK  NELSON,   B.C.  zzzn'xxixxzxxxzzxzzzizzzxiizxzzxizzxxzxixxxxxxxixxzzxxxzxxzxxxixxxizzzxzzzxzxxxxxxxxxxzxxxxzxxxxxxxxxzxziixiiz;  THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGEj  No. 4, K. W. C. Block,     NELSON, B. C. g  ' - ' ���      ������ ^  Oold. Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted nt the Exchange. J:  Free-Milling Gold Properties wanted at once for Eastern Investors.        ��  M ParHps havinff mining property for salo are requested to spinl mrnple"* of their ore to the C  P Exchange for exl.lbn.ion.   Wo desire to hour from all pruapooUjf.- who have proinlfiing mineral g  n claims in 1'ritwh Columbia.                                                                     , E  h Prospectors and mining mon aro requested-to mako tho Exchange thoir headquarters whon ��  f* in Nelson* **  | All samples should bo i-ont by express, Prepaid.   Correspondence solicited. K  B Address all. communications to P  B Telephone  104 ANDREW  F.   ROSENBERGER, $  g P. O. Wox 700 ��� Nelson, B. C.  E  R        rTTxIXzxxxrI��I:tt��I"I1"'x"ITIIIIIX^IrI,tIII,3'rT���TTTIITTI,' ixxzxzzzzzzzxxjxKxxzxxxzxxxxxxxz-.zxi-zt!  FISHING TACKLE  IS NOT A NEW VENTURE WITH US.  We know your wants and have what you need. Our line' is  too large to enumerate, but a call will convince'you that it lithe most complete in the city.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  Imnnrte'S nnd Dealers In Shelf and Hnavy Harrl-o-aro.  PETJIT    CT^IR,  IN HALF GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS., ,���,  't:  *-" /,'  WE ALSO HAVE ALL KINDS OF FRUIT.  Houston Eloclc. Baker Strpet.  TelBphone 161.   P- O. Boac 176.  JOHN A. IRVING: & CO,  rfjqcnn PROPERTY for $200 cash and  <4> Ou UU ��2700 on terms to suit purchaser.  Grounds 120x100 feet. House with 6 rooms,  bathroom, pantry, closets, etc.; large kitchen  range and all modern conveniences; 3 years  insurance included. Also, lot 50x120 feet on  Mill street for $250.    Apply  TRAGHAN  BOTHERS  PLUMBERS.  Ward  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents fer J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Resldenee Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Office  on  Bakor 8treot, west of Stanloy Street  NKLSON.  NOTICE.  Any persons acting as trackwalkers or special  ���constables for the Canadian   Pacific Railway  ���Company   durin��r   the Trackmen s strike   are  respectfully notified that thoy are actiDg against  ���the best in (.crests of orK-uti-sed labor.  T. G. McMANAMON,  .   Organizer 11. of Jt T. of A.  .Nolson, Juno Soli, 1901.  ���rp *.*.*. *.*.*. *���**��� **���* *.** see eeea--,  f H. H. PLAYFORD & CO. f  T�� 9il  <P 9.  * MADDEN   BLOCK ��  * NELSON. m  9. 91  '9. W  if! ^~z-                                 (J*  $ TOBACCO   AND   CIGAR |  9. (B  IS c            MERCHANTS.               $  91 91  Il   91  91   fl!  91 fl!  $ P. 0. Box 637. Telephone 117. $  <&.  _._ _,.&  CITY LOCAL NEWS  A license to wed was yesterday granted  to Charles Lyman Culver and,Elizabeth  AVhite.  The Nelson Gun Club will hold its  regular weekly shoot this afternoon.  The traps will be set at G o'clock sharp'.  Hamilton Byers left Nelson for Yarmouth,. Nova Scotia, on Thursday night,  on account of the serious illness of his  mother. " ,���'.' ;  The trackmen and bridgemen on the  C. P. R. in Kootenay seem to be holding their own. All are reported to be  out except those on' the Rossland  branch.  .__ The Orange lodge will attend divine  service; at the Baptist church on Sunday night. Members and visiting brethren-are requested to be at the lodge  room at 7 o'clock.  Word was received iri Nelson last  evening to the effect that H. Lee of the  firm of Lee & Burnett, was married in  Rossland on Wednesday to... Miss M.  Harris of that city.  **- A number of proininent citizens are*  taking steps to organize and incorporate an association to build and run a  race track arid athletic grounds. A meeting will be held next week to arrange  isroiimiriaries.. v v  The Hall Mining and Smelting Coin-  pany will blow in their copper furnace  in r. few days, and the Nelson smeller-  may now be said to be in the market  for "the purchase of copper as well aa  dry and lead ores.  ��� Tho lacrosse game this afternoon  should draw a big crowd for two reasons. First, the game promises to be  a lively one; second, the expenses of the  visiting team are large and are guaranteed by the ,home team.  The Nelson intermediate ballv team  will play the seniors on Sunday," whon  tne boys who will make up iNelson's  ball players for the future will endeavor  to take another rise out of the boys who  in the past did Nelson proud on the  diamond.  In the monthly button series of the  Nelson Quoit Club chief Lillie last evening defeated W. W. Beer by a score of  21 to 17, thus getting into the final with  J. H. Wallace. The finals in the club  championship will be finished on Monday ovening.  At Emmanuel church tomorrow the  sacrament of the lord's supper will be  observed, when several new members  will be received into the fellowship of  the church. At the evening service Rev.  W. Munroe will preach on "Strikes, and  are they justifiable?"  Treasurer Byers reports that the net  proceeds of the lacrosse game for the  benefit of the general hospital were  $94.50. The hospital directors also wish  to return thanks to the members of the  R. M. R. band for thir liberality in furnishing music for the occasion.  Thomas Hyland left for his ranch  on iii lit river l^st night. He has an idea  that ".I'm" Hill is li-jaqing that way and  he desires to get in ahead of him and  get his water notices up, so that he will  have water for irrigation purposes when  he starts his stock raising next fall.  The new amendment to the Bills of  =Sale=Act=-.vent=into=effect=this='month.=  The amendment requires in addition to  other affidavits one to the effect that  the bill of sale in question is a bona  fide and not given inerely for the purpose of defrauding, delaying or harrass-  ing creditors.  Tl'c Presbyterian Sunday school picnic next Thursday promises to be an  onjoyablc outing, Tho steamer will leave  the city wharf at 9 o'clock in the morning and at 2 o'clock ln the afternoon.  All the children who attend the Sunday  school should be in attendance, as their  tickets will be distributed then.  A well-known resident of Nelson who  was   born   and   raised   in   the  state  of.  Ohio, had a "hunch" that the Pennsyl-  ' vania crew would win the Grand Challenge   trophy   at   the   Henley   regatta.  ^Another-well-known resident who was  -Ljqrri in Ontario,  had a "  hunch" that  they would n't, gincl a bet was the result.  The   Qntarigsbprrj . )'QSjdgn(;.   gave   tho  Ohio-born mg.n long odd**���^twenty hats  to one. Today he Is wearing that hat.  Tho members of the Medicine Hat  lacrosse team returned from Grand  Forks last evening and will play off the  tic with the Nelson team this afternoon.  Tlie Nelson team for this afternoon's  match will be made up of the following:  A. Jeffs, goal; Farrell, point; Fraser,  cover point; Vanstone, Thompson and  Hawkins, defence; Perrier, center; McNicholl, Jeffs and Archibald, home field;  Whittet, outside uome; Sprey, inside  home; and Clarke and McFarland, spare.  Percy Chapman will be in his office  at, the A. Macdonald & Company building today bet\yeeii the hours of 9 and 4  o'clock, and would like to i��sue orders  for the prizes that yet remain unclaimed  in connection with the trades procession  and baby show. All persons who woiv  prizes in connection with these events  are requested to call and receive orders  for the delivery of the same today, as  the committee desire to wind up their  affairs in connection with the celebration tonight.  A meeting of the fire, water and light  committee will be held this morning  for i.hp purpose pf ypnsi(le|*ing {heir report on the offer of the West Kootenay  Power & Light Company for the purchase of the city's electric light plant  upon the basis of $50,000. From the manner in which the offer was received by  the members of the committee when it  was read in council, it goes without  saying that it will be turned down, but  it is open to the members of the committee if they choose to explain just  why such an absurd.offer is not entitled  to any serious consideration from the  council whatever. This should be an  easy matter in view of the margin between the receipts from lighting service and the cost of maintenance.  Judge Forin will hold speedy trials  court on Monday, and from the number  of the cases to be disposed of the session will last for two days if many of  them are fought out. Among the cases  down for trial are: Rex vs. Harris, a  Slocan case in which the prisoner is  charged with an attempt at suicide, but  which it is understood the crown will  drop; Rex vs. Smith, a Fernie theft  case; Rex vs. Gardner, a Kaslo assault  case; Rex vs. Pearse, a Lardo shopbreaking case; Rex vs. Leyden, assault;  and Rex vs. Forbes, assault.  Mining Records.  There were three new locations recorded at the Nelson record office yesterday: Chicago, on Burnt creek, being  a relocation of the Rio Grande,"by ';.  Landon; Saginaw, on the west fork of  the north fork of the Salmon, by Katie  D. Green; and Victor Fractional, between Emerald and Victor mineral  claims, one and a half miles south of  Porcupine creek. -  Certificates of work were issued to  the Duncan Mines, Limited, on tin;  Wren, Calumet, Rocket, Planet, Comet  and Little George mineral claims.  One bill of sale was recorded in which  Cyril H. Green transferred to Elisha  Bigelow and Mastodon mineral claiai,  one arid a half miles from the mouth of  Loat creek on Iron mountain.  VERY FEW APPEALS TAKEN  From Assessor's Appraisement.  There' will be very few appeals to  come before the members of the court  of revision at their session on Wednesday morning next, arid it is not likely  that any material changes will be made  in' the rolls as returned by assessor  Strachan. The rolls as they stand show  a total assessment of $2,330,960. Of this  total the east ward contributes $703,260  as the assessed value of lands, and $618,-  335 as the value of improvements; and  the west ward $547,100 as the value of  lands and $462,275 as the value of improvements. This makes tho east ward's  assessment $1,321,595, and that ,of the  west ward $1,009,375. The appeals made  from the assessment are:  Brackman & Ker, against the value  of their warehouse on Front street, assessed at $2500.  John Elliot, against assessment ot  property on "Park street, three lots and  shacks' being assessed* at $2000.  Mrs. Crossett, against assessment of  $3250 on Lake street property, "wants  $100  off.   " '  Mrs. English, against assessment of  $1000 on improvements on Hoover street  property.  J. Labelle, against assessment of $1000  ou improvements on Water street property.   ���  Nelson Tramway Company and F. C.  Innes, a general appeal against their  assessment,  J. A. Sherling, against an assessment  of $950 on three lots on Mill street.  A. Lapointe, against the assessment  of the lot at the corner of Josephine and  Vernon street, which was returned at  51200. '���'  Harry Sheran, against the assessment  of $3000 on his lot on Vernon, street,  adjoining Turner, Beeton & Company's  property. .        ......  F. J. Farley, against an assessment  of $"3500 on his lot on thev qorner of Vernon and Hall streots, ' '.���'.������:  In Nelson the properties are assessed  as a rule-upon a basis of 75 per cent of  their value, and 50 per cent of the improvements are exempt from taxation.  Upon this basis the rate levied last year  was . 11 1-2 mills on lands and 2 3-4  -mills=on=improvernentSf=arid==it=is=nofc  likely that this rate will be exceeded  this year by more than two mills. That  this is a very low rate may be gathered  from the fact that the rate struck in  Winnipeg this year is 24 mills upon an  assessment representing the high water  line of values.  OF MORE OR LESS INTEREST  The Boys are Homesick.  KRUGERSDORP, Transvaal, May 18.  ���To the Editor of The Tribune: From  the place this letter is dated you will  see that we have reached our destination, and many of the boys from Nelson wish they had remained at home.  The main.causes of the discontent are;  grub and'discipline. Living,-in British  Columbia .as you please ancLgeeting all  you can eat is far different from doing  as you are ordered and living on a  pound of bread and four ounces of meat  a day. George Partridge is sick in the  hospital. I. am getting along well, and  the only fault l.have to find is -with.the  temperature at ��� night. It is quite cold.  I have been promoted to staff sergeant  of my troop. Can you not send us The  Tribune, as the sight of it would do the  boys as much good as an extra ration.  C. J. HISLOP.  Lower the Steamboat Bates.  AINSWORTH, June 27.���To the Editor of The Tribune: Why is it that working people send east for goods? The reason is that the rates on the steamboats  are so high that we can save money  by sending east for goods instead of  going to Nelson once a month. The  steamboats are to blame. If the old rates  were restored,-people would go to Nelson to do their shopping; as it is, many  of us are unable to get to Nelson once a  year.      ���    MRS.  WILLIAM  DUNNE.  Not Known if Body Has Been Found.  WHITE HORSE, June '21.��� To the  Editor of Tbe Tribune.: Enclosed find  an account of the drowning of Jack  Lowes. It is not known here if the body  has been found. As he is well known at  Nelson, his people may hear of his death  through The Tribune sooner than by  other ways JOHN CUMMINGS.  BL    IB'^'IEie'S   Sd   GO.  TELEPHONE 27  Store, Corner Baker and Josephine Stiee  PAINTS, OILS /\ND GLASS.  GARDEN   TOOLS.  REFRIGERATORS     rubber and cotton hose.  POULTRY  NETTING  Sole   Agents   for   Giant   Powder   Company    and   Truax   Automatic   Ore   Cars.  JSTELSOIbT  STORES   AT  _jSZ.-c3l_ ^3 _L_i C3  S-A-Z^ZDOIN"  PERSONAL.  M. Grady of St. Leon Springs is stopping at the Phair.  J. F. Creen and D. K. Mo'.leson of  Toronto are registered at ihe xiuoio.  H. Nicholson of Montreal and W. H.  Lewis of Toronto are registered at the  Phair.  James Gerhard Leiper and George  Melville Leiper of Philadelphia are at  the Ph:iir.  R. S. Lennie has returned fiom a trip  to Vancouver, where he has been in  attendance upon the full court.  Robert McTaggart of Sandon, who wt;s  ono of the earliest inhabitants of Nelson, is registered at the Queen's. He  is trying to pick out some of the jW  landmarks.  H. C. 7 Bellinger and daughter, Miss  V.', and E. Hargan of Butte and Miss  Strong of Idaho are the member**, of a  fishing party that are registered at Lhe  Phair. , . ���  - A. R. Shewan of Montreal, who served  so acceptably as the-chief judge of tho  trades procession arid decorations on  Dominion Day, has returned to Nelson and is registered at the Phair.  Disorderly Soldiers.  ALBUQUERQUE,'.'" N. M./ ,July 5 ���  Two wounded men, one fatally and the  other shot through the thigh, were  brought here on one of the soldier's  trains passing through to the east. Near  Holbrook the discharged negro soldiers got .shooting promiscuously, and  Frank Phillips, colored, received a bullet in his body, while a white soldier,  named W. A. Eversole, and -claiming  Denver as his home, was shot through  the fleshy part of his right leg. At Wins-  low before the soldiers reached .town  the' citizens armed themselves with shotguns and rifles and when the train stopped at the depot would not allow the  soldiers to leave the cars and ordered  the railroad officials to pull out with the  train forthwith. All the discharged soldiers carry arms and they are accused  of committing- many depredations along  the -route. ���  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Sewing Machines of all kinds for rent  or sale at the Old Curiosity Shop. -  For Sale���Ranch on Kootenay river;  improved. Inauire W. P. Robinson,  Nelson.  To Rent���Office in the Turner-Boecke  block; corner Ward ��� and Baker streets.  Apply to John. A. Turner.  To Let���Furnished front room, with  or without board. Apply -four doors  above City Hall, Victoria street.  v' For Lease^���Palace Hotel, Sandon, B.  C. Furnished throughout. For particulars apply to Mrs. A. Egan, Sandon.  Japan Tea of all kinds to suit your  itaste. Sun Cured, Spider Leg, Pan  Fired; in bulk or packages. Kootenay  Coffee Company.  To Let���Seven-room house on corner  ^of^Victoria^and^Hendryx^streetSi^Alb  modern   conveniences.     Apply   J.   Cox-  head, Cedar street.  For comfort and convenience go to tht  Ice Cream Parlors of J. A. McDonald,  Baker street, where every attention and  requisite is  supplied.  Furniture, pianos, safes, etc., moved  carefully at reasonable rates. Apply  J. T. Wilson, Phone 270, Prosser's Second Hand .store. Ward Street.  Gold, copper, silver, lead minor, ai:d  prospects wanted. Send report arid sa.'ii-  ples to the Prospectors' Exchange, Nelson, B. C.. Room 4, K. W.-C.' block.  That fine blend of Ceylon Tea we are  selling at 30 cents per pound is giviiig  the best of satisfaction to our many  customers.    Kootenav Coffee Company.  'For Rent���House on Carbonate street,  between Stanley and. Kootenay streets,  seven rooms, bath, hot and cold watuv  iRent ?25. Incuire W. P. Robinson  Nelson.  Wanted���First-class head sawyer for  circular mill; also laborers and teamsters. Apply at Western Canadian Employment Office, Ward street, Nelson, B.  C.  D. J. Robertson & Co., furniture dealers, undertakers and embalmers. <* Day  'phone No. 293,. night 'phone 207. Next  new postoffice building, Vernon "street,  Nelson.  We have Indian, Ceylon, and China  Teas in great variety, chQicest quality.  We make a specialty of blending-teas  and sell them in any quantity at lowest  rates.    Kootenay Coffee Company.  Pioneer Chop House���John Spear, proprietor, opposite Queen's Hotel, Baker  street. Nelson. Open day and night.  Lunches a specialty. Picnic and traveling parties supplied on shortest notice.  Wanted���Thoroughly competent bookkeeper for a mine in British Columbia,  Must understand keeping and tabulation of mine and mill costs and store  accounts. Apply, giving past'experienue  and references, to P, O. Drawer No. 505,  Nelson. B. C.  Notice to Contractors and Others^���  General laborers, gardeners, rock men,  etc., will be furnished free of charge to  all persons requiring help of this kind  by applying to the stcretary Nelson Laborers' Protective Union, Box 237, Nelson, B. C.  Gut Glass, Royal Grown Derby  AND  hi  ��� ��� ���  All  Going"  at  Greatly   Reduced   Prices  :gelsior  95  Is Our New Paekag-e Ceylon Tea, having  been packed specially for ourselves in  the gardens.  HHaMiaiK-)-i*Ua*I*ai llml III II I    I III llllllll  ^wJ-r.|.-rw.rt-.., , .rr~^wr-ww** rtmw*^T.nri��*i*T.*rrr^nwr?tT.xtt-^M*^Xtrsxi. i*3tZ0vm*^ma*nm��^^  Your breakfast is never complete without a cup  of Excelsior" Coffee.  .SOLD   THE   WORLI)   OVER.  CRAVENETTE  COATS , ..  SERVE A DOUBLE  PJRPOSE A.S RAINCOAT OR OVERCOAT.  MADE IN ALL  YLESTS ��� . .  ��� if  TO ENSURE CETTiNC  FRIESTLYS SEE THAT  THIS   LA.BEL 13 ON  EVERY CA.RMENT.  SOLELY CONTROLLED FOR THE DOMINION OF CANA3A BY  E. A. SMALL & COMPANY. Wholesale Tailors, Montreal.  Sole Agent for Nelson J  Victor Safe & LocX Co  - CINCINNATI, OHIO.  Tho largont flro proof **afc work"! in tlio worM.  Over thrcu cui-lo-ids solrt. in Kooionny in eight  .months.  WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES.  Special Bargains  IN  BOOtS and  P. J. SJUSSELL, B. G. Agent  NEILSON, b. o.  R. B. reil:  (SUCCKSSOK  TO  H. D. ASHCltOK'f);  iSrotvvithsfca,?)ding that there art  two .bankrupt, stocks of boots anc  shoes now beit-g otTered in this cityl  I am prepared to meet the pi-icesj  listed for same, and as my stock ij  fresh���"just opened up���from thl  manufacturers, I would solicit aj  inspection before purchasing.  The results that I have obtaineJ  since advertising my cliscontiniianc|  in business have been most satis  factory. The great variety of m_\  stock of clothing aud gents' fun  ishings, with all prices marked il  plaiu figures, has proven an irresis  tible factor iu securing sales.  Those who have not taken arfl  vantage of my reductions shptV*!  call and compare prices and quotjf  tions  with   those   ofi'ered   in ail  other store in tiiB city.  Bverythii!  is offered at eastern wholesale cosl  THEO  MADSON  Baiter Street.  . 1  Nelson, B. i  . CAMEROI  BLACKSMITHS   AND    WOOD   WORK^  EXPERT HORSESHOEING.  Special attention given t M kinelp ot repairing  and ouatom work from o'.-U-i-lo liolnts. Houvy  hnH.fi matin Im nrtlijr im uhnr1 nnMnn  CAN,\D1/\N  PACIFIC  H-VLVWVY  GO.  AX�� TIIE  flELSON & FOliT SHEPP^D RY. CO.  To the Punr.ic:  Tt, has bepn dcoirtccl that in fuluri* nil checks  made payable to the Canadiini Piuiillc Hailwn.  Company nv rhe Nelson &  Kort Siieiip'ii-rl Unil  waT Comxniiy mun. he accepted by the li.-ink on  which thry arc drawn, and sn certified  before I  ran accept in payment of freiirht elianies.  R. W. DltKW  Agent C. P. R. and N. & F. S. It.  Nelson, B, C��� Juno 13th, tuoi.  TNSiJRANCE.  REAL ESTATE  and MINING BROKER  FURNISHED HOUSE  Six roomed house, entirely fnr.'l  ished and with every modern co'j  venience, situate between Oedi  and Park on Lake street. Rent $'|  a month.  A REGULAR SNAP.  Apply_\\m ��}, Garner^  AGENT. BAKER. STUEEX.

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