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 Mineral Produotlon of British Columbia In 1900  $16,407,645  .>   iJS'#5^-i5^Vi#'r.-#^^*";;is:-r.  -���J&SSWr.  Mineral Produotlon of Kootei-ay lq 1900  $10,562,032  _*s'<SPi'*����-*?-if?'  NINTH YEAR  NELSON, B.C., MONDAY, JULY 29, 1901  FIVE CENTS  THE BUSINESS DOES NOT PAY  AND    CANNOT    BE    MADE    PAY  UNDER FEESENT CONDITIONS.  Daily Papers in Kootenay Have 'Sunk  Over Forty Thousand Dollars  in Two Years.  The suspension and consolidation ot  newspapers throughout Kootenay and  Yale was the subject oC conversation  between two well-known newspaper  men on Saturday. Both came to tho  conclusion that tiie printing offices were  still too numerous by more than a half.  Take West Kootenay first. Thero are  two newspapers in Revelstoke, where  there is not enough business to keep  one alive. Trout Lake and Ferguson,  two small-towns five miles apart, each  have newspapers, and neither can possibly pay. New Deliver, Silverton, and  Sloean each have a newspaper, and Sandon has two, yet there is not enough advertising in all live papers to pay.tho  wages of one good man and a boy.  Kaslo has one, and it lias never paid its  debts. Ymir has one, and the reason  why it is published-' is known only to  its publishers. Itossland has two and  Nelson has three. In East Kootenay,  thero is a newspaper'-in'each Of the following-named towns: Golden, -'Canterbury, Fort Steele, Fernie, Craiihroolc,  and Moyie. None of thorn can lie paying operating expenses, to say nothing  of interest on the capital invested.  The Rossland Miner is said to have  cost P.-Augustus Heinze of Butte, Montana, $0000 a ycaiS and -when he sold it  to Bernard McDonald l'or the Le Roi  company, he unloaded :>. small-sized elephant onto that English company. The  Nelson..Miner ihas cost someone iu the  neighborhood of $20,000 since January  I5th, 1890. and itsplant in-not. worth  as much today as it was the day-it was  packed into Nelson from Sproat's Landing on the back oil "Joe!' Wilson's mules.  The Economist is alive and-Tho Tribune  is-still'paying*'Irish dividends. ���  Tlie reason the printing business is  si> unprofitable is not. hard to determine. .First, job printing is .clone-.at  VC/ices that .do not pay the wages of I he-  printers employed and the cost of the  paper used. -. Business men. cannot- sec  why they should pay more in Kootonay  foi* stationery, than the ���-. prices quoted  by Eastern, Canadian printing houses,  nnd many of them do not even go to,the  trouble to give local printing ofllccs-a  chanceOto- quote prices. Yet wages in  Nelson are more than double those paid-  in the East. The Tribune has agood  job olllce and book bindery and employs  none but good workmen. It does it business of. about S7000 a year. OC this.  $4000 is disbursed for wages, $2000 for  paper and other supplies, and the other  $J.I)00 goes, for rent, ��� light, and sundry  expenses. It is safe to say that no other  printing oflice in Kootenay can make  a'different showing..'  ���-. The newspaper end of the business is-  still worse). Rates for ��� advertisement-���  arc so low, in many instances, that ii'  the entire space of the paper was taken,  ���up it would not hold sufficient to pay  the wages of the compositors who sei  tlie type. No merchants arc more lib-  oral advertisers than those of Nelson,  yet if all the, money they pay annually  ^grjtdveiHisIng^wexcjL given J:o_one_daii.'.  newspaper, that newspaper would still  not have sufficient to pay the wages oi  its editors, reporters, and printers. Telegraph and paper bills have to be paid,  rent and office expenses must be mot.  all  of which  amount to  more than is  ��� roceived from subscriptions and sales.  Then, why are men foolish enough  to continue in so unprofitable, a business. In'the smaller towns, the newspapers are in most cases owned by  printers who live on the future prospects of the town until they are compelled to quit; When not owned toy  printers, they aro owned by school teacli ���  ers and budding lawyers, who imagine  thoy are born journalists. To the credit  of the one class, the newspapers the*  print are creditable' in. appearance;  those printed by tlie other class are  just the opposite. In towns like Nelson and Rossland the newspapers were  in every instance started by practical  newspaper men; but failing to nvik.-.  both ends meet, capital had to be got  from some source, With the result that  the control of the newspapers have passed into the hands of men who-haye no  pride in the business, and only use" the  newspapers to further their mining or  political 'schemes. These newspapers  are entirely lacking in influence at  home; hut their utterances are quote;'!  In other newspapers where they aro not  known, and by this means they sometimes create diversions that are almost  as potent as influence.  Four printing.offices at tlie most would  be ample for the requirements of West  Kootenay. One printing office at Nelson, issuing a daily paper, would pay  a 'fair return on the capital invested,  which in the case of The Tribune is  $25,000. Rossland could support another such office. There is not enough  business in the Siocan for one utiles''  it got the whole of the printing required in the riding: and the samo is  true of Revelstoke riding. There is nol  enough business in East Kootenay for  two printing offices, and wero all to be  closed up except the ono at Cranbrook,  it is doubtful if that one would make  more than enough to allow its owner  to put on airs over his neighbors.  The above statements will not be seriously   questioned    by   any    practical  -newspaper man in Kootenay, but thoy  will bo laughed at, and the newspapers  will keep right on running as losing  concerns.  The Strikers.  INDIANAPOLIS, July 2S.���It is announced at national headquarters qf the  United Mine Workers of America that  tlie Missouri operators and owners have  signed tlie new wage scale recently perfected iit their convention in Kansas  City. The miners secured an increase  in day wages ranging from 11 to 30  cents. In the Whitweli and Tracey City,  Tenn., districts a renewal of the last  agreement between the operators and  the miners lias also been effected.  CHICAGO, July 28.���Striking - iron  moldcrs of Chicago have been notified  by the officers of the National Organization of Holders that they must return  to work on Monday or allow other union  workers to take their places.  PITTSBURG, July 2S��� The Post says:  A serious s'V.-er.d of the st.ee! strike is  now threatened in an unexpected quarter. From the sheet steel, hoop and tin  mills the contest is expected to reach  out into the furnaces in the Mahoning  and Shenandoah valleys and cause a  complete shut-down of these plants; It  will throw many hundreds out of employment and curtail the production of  raw material as well as the finished  line*:.  FORD'S  EUROPEAN GOSSIP  WAB NEWS AKECORD OP MISERY  .**? AND SUFFERING,  British Admirals to Display Their Tact  in a Mimic Naval Battle���Adjournment of Parliament.  More Trouble for Turkey.  CONSTANTINOPLE, July 28.���Yesterday the Sultan agreed to comply with  the demand by the Russian government  for tlie release of Servians recently arrested in Albania, together with the  restoration of the arms taken and for a  recall of Emil Bey, tlie mulessarif of  Prishtina, tlie instigator of the arrests.  Notwithstanding tliis prompt compliance  ���th'e arrests were continued -and .today  Russia repeated her demand in peremptory terms. France is pressing for a  settlement in connection with the  French-owned docks, the contract calling for their.purchase by Turkey.  All the locations are making representations against Interference by- the  porte "with the decisions of the sanitary  council. The palace officials receive tlie  nvotests, with the utmost serenity, replying that the sultan is'the-sovereign of  Turkey.  Siiled for New York.  HAVANA, July 2S.���General Wood  wast: taken' on board the steamer Morro  Castle today. He expressed himself as  being quite .-cwel! and .wanted to walk,  aboard tlie vessel, but the doctors insisted-'upon his bein*r carried aboard  on a portable cot. Deep sympathy with  general Wood was shown by ^Cubans' of  all classes- upon-.his ������'departure. The  Morro Castle is "due at New York next  Wednesday. ��� '  ' ���  TOWED DOWN A TRANSPORT  Disabled at St. Michael.  PORT TOWNSEND, July 2S��� The  United State3 transport Warren arrived  at quarantine Saturday morning at 1  o'clock, having in tow the United States  transport Seward, the machinery of  which gave out after arriving-at- St.  Michael and, discharging her cargo, had  started for Cape Nome. While in a  ���disabled condition she was picked up  ���in Bering, sea and towed to Nome, where  it was ascertained that her furnaces  and boilers had practically given out.  Just before sailing- on the Alaska trip  the Seward's machinery had been repaired at Seattle at considerable expense. On board: the Seward was Mrs.  Raudall,- wife of general Randall, in  j;iinimancLo^the^miIi.t.ary^disti'ict^ofltha=  north.' Mrs. Randall is now on her  way east. On board the Warren were 12  of the hardest criminals ever sent from  the north. They were convicted of various crimes at Nome and their sentences-range from 10 to 20 years, wliich  they will serve on McNeil's island. Captain Barneson of the Warren reports  the steamship'Buckingham at St. Michael discharging coal, and says the report of her having been damaged by  ice is incorrect'. He also reports everything quiet, at Nome, witli the exception  of the feverish excitement that prevails,  and hundreds of men, witli provisions  packed, are roaming the streets ready to  stampede to new diggings on the report  of any now discovery being made. A  number of stampedes have occurred, but  when the Warren sailed no reports of  new finds had reached Nome. The Warren, with the Sewnrrt In tow, made the  run from Nome ln it few hours over 10  days.  SEATTLE, July 28.���The transport  Warren Saturday towed the transport  Seward into this harbor. Among the  prisoners on the Warren bound for McNeil's island penitentiary'is Will Allen,  the son of senator John B. Allen of  Seattle, who lias been given a term of  15 years for highway robbery. The  J'eanic reached Nome tlie IGth. The  Bear was passed two days this side of  Nome.  Stole a Check;  NEW YORK, July'2S.���Daniel F. Meyers, n. member of the wholesale dmi--  firm of Benton, Meyers & Company of  Cleveland, Ohio, arrived here today in  eh**.r.��jG of a detective who had arrested  him on a warrant charging Into with  '..".'.���cony in the first degree. It is alleged tliat he stole a cheek for ?27,5t!2  from the Manhattan Insurance Company, of wliich lie was formerly president, and which is now in tlio hands of  a receiver. In court his counsel said the  fihe.o!: had been given to Mr. Johnson  in payment of a note issued in payment  of 200 shares of stock, and whicli was  authorized by the directors. Ho said  Mr. Meyers had lost between $50,000  and $7.r>,000 of his own money in trying to keep tlie company afloat. Mr.  Meyers was released on $5000 bail.  NEW YORK, July 2S.���I. N. Ford cables the New York Tribune as follows:  The war news remains a record of mis-  cry and suffering for two fighting races,  each with inexhaustible powers of endurance. , The. Boers are credited with  a success in forcing-Steinacker's horse  to evacuate Bremersdorp and" fight its  way to Lembobo. in Swaziland. This  incident -.shows that the clearance of  Eastern Transvaal has not been so effective as was supposed. The British  operations against Viljoen, north of  Middelburg, have been more successful  than the official dispatches have Indicated and four columns operated well  in' harassing the Boers. The Western'  Transvaal is tolerably quiet and few incidents are reported from the Orange  River Colony.  French's campaign south of c< the  Orange river is making' slow progress  and the moral effect of sentences passed  upon Cape rebels is not yet apparent.  The most hopeful word brought by Baden-Powell is that the war cannot last  ���longer than three or four months. This  is not reassuring tidings for' a nation  sighing wearily for peace.  A NAVAL DISPLAY.  <��� Mimic naval warfare is expected to"  open at midnight Sunday,���> when one  of the main fleets will be cruising in  the North sea with supporting squad-  ��� i-ons from Plymouth \ and Portsmouth  and:the other fleet will be off the north  coast of Ireland >vith squadrons at Scilly.  and the channel islands. The'maneuvers  will pit oite admiral's tactical skill  against thact of the other- and incidentally offer splendid practice for two,  mighty fleets. Several torpedo boats'  have been disabled in the preliminary  cruise and one or' two cruisers have  brokon down.  The Discovery still lies at her moorings at tho .East India dock and the  stores for her Antartic cruise will hardly be on board before the middle of  next week. She will anchor -at Spit-  hen (1 for 48 hours before' sailing- for  Melbourne, and the king will probably  inspect her there: The equipment of  the exploring ship for her cruise is  fairly complete, but economy lias been  requested owing to lack of money. -.Captain Scott is an experienced officer and  important scientific results are expected by the Royal Geographical Society.  THE POLITICIANS.  Tho leaders of two benches have come  to the relief of a listless house, eager  for golf and holiday recreation. They,  have made an agreement, off-hand,, by  whicli the rating act will be renewed  for four years, instead of being permanent, and otherwise have ��� cleared -the  ground for the adjournment of parliament by. the middle of August This is  a Scotch compromise, suggested by sir  Henry Campbell Bannermann, and Mr.  Balfour with his usual flexibility has  rushed into his opponent's arms as soon  as there were signs of conciliation and  forbearance. The Irish leader has not  =b'e'en=consultetl=an-d=threatens-tcr=inter==:  fere with these amicable tactics, but  the members generally are weary of  the prolonged dullness of Westminster  and anxious to, obtain release. . The  chief function of opposition has been to  conduct a harassing warfare upon the  government at the Question of the hour  by subjecting Mr. Broderick to cross-  examination on the military proceedings in South Africa. Both lord Kitchener and *Mr. Broderick will be freed  when "grouse time comes, and no more  awkward and embarrassing questions  can be asked in the commons.  KING'S NEW .TITLE.  Tlie change in"'the style and title  proposed for the king is a compromise  which excites languid interest. Tha  colonies were consulted and suggestions  were so numerjuis that the king has  been virtually le!c to adopt the phrasing  wliich pleases him. The procedure differs in a marked way from that adopted in 1S7G, when lord Beaconsfield proposed a definite title for the queen. Thq  government bill is virtually an enabling act by which the king will be empowered to select his own title. As lord  Salisbury has mentioned the style which  will probably be adopted, it is a distinction without a difference. One force  of royal embarrassment remains: The  title is still considered an open and debatable question and th'e king will receive suggestions and advice from many  sources respecting the best formula for  a comprehensive description of empire  beyond the seas. The style proposed is  clearly illogical, in one respect, since  India is specialized, although virtually  included among the dominions beyond  the sea. There is similar lack of enthusiasm over the plans disclosed for the  Victoria memorial. The models of the  statuary group have not been seen outside of the committee and the drawings of the arrangement of the roadway  has not been worked out, but there is  a revolt in artistic circles against the  exclusiveness with whicli what ought to  have been a national and imperial memorial has been managed for the benefit of a single sculptor, without opportunity for general competition. It will  be a group with the usual academic  figures of Truth, Justice, Victory, Courage and Constancy, but with a remarka- I  ble addition. There will be a figure of  Maternity between, the queen and Buckingham palace and tliis wiil carry the  implication that Victoria was the mother of the empire. Thomas Brock is a  good sculptor, but artists shudder when  they read the forecasts of this bronze  group on a massive column.  Two Lives Were Lost.  LOUISVILLE, Ky., July 2S.���It develops that Max Belovitch, the cigar  manufacturer who lost his life in tho  fire that destroyed the Badgley-Graham  photo supply store] here last night, dashed up the stairs to save the life of a  young woman, to whom he was greatly  attached and who]'he thought, was in a  fiat above. Policeman Pardon, who also  lost his life, went ili'i. stairs in'the burning building in an effort to save Belovitch. The fire,..which is supposed .to  have been caused; by an explosion of  chemicals, completely cleaned out the  photographic supiJly store of the Badgley-Graham ; Compiny.  TELEGRAMS IN BRIEF FORM  FROM   VARIOUS   QUARTERS   OF  THE  GLOBE.  A. Record Breaker.  VANCOUVER, July 28��� [Special to  The Tribune.]���-Passengers arriving in  Vancouver: this; morning by the steamer Islander made jt.he trip from Dawson  to Vaucbuver; in 6 days 10 hours, which  beats all previous records. Passengets  were enabled to do this through catching the^ Yukbh7-river, flyer at Whito  Horse and making- close connection with  the Islander, .which made a 60-hour run.  from Skagway to, Vancouver, wliich is  also a record rum;, The steamer brought  a shipment-of ?jO,000,000 for the Canadian Bank of -Commerce, Gambling ha.-  reopened in Dawson, though not on such  a largo scale as formerly.  Eastern Baseball.  National���St.v Louis 5, Pittsburg 3.  Americam���Detroit C, Baltimore ,4.  Eastern���Rochester 3, Toror.lo 0.  THINKS HE HAS STRUCK OIL  A   BOUNDARY   MAN   SANGUINE  /'   OF RESULTS.        -.  One-Hundred and Twenty-Five Feet of  a Well Has Already Been Sunk  With Bright Prospects.  Joseph Ward,.the Boundary man who  has made all the;, stir over the oil discoveries inthe?vicinity of Grand Forks,-;  is registered at the Grand Central. Ward  has not yet got beyond indications in-'  his search; for oil, but he is so'sure' of  his having it that he has figured down,  ,the time to a matter of days when lie  will have an oil well' flowing within a  quarter of a mile from the C. P. R. station at Grand Forks.  Ward is an energetic little man with  the make-up of an eastern Yankee and  a Cockney dialect-. He is one of -the  pioneers of the Boundary district, having been in there for the past 12 years,  and it is upon the ranch ho has held  for the greater part of this time that he  expects to find his oil. The first start  in the.oil excitement was made when  Mr. Ward started to sink a well for domestic purposes. When this well had  been put down for 37 feet the indica-  =tions=of=oil=were=so=strong^that=Ward-  decided to quit looking for water and  see if he could not get oil instead. Ho  at once went to work to interest capital in the venture and also to get a corner on all the likely looking'oil lands  in the neighborhood, so that in the  event of the thing turning out all right  they would not be robbed of the fruits  of their discovery. He succeeded in enlisting the interest of A. E. Rand of  New Westminster in th'e scheme, and  as a result a syndicate was formed, in  wliich H. G. Neelands and ;i number of  other local men are included. Tin's syndicate, Mr. Ward says, has now an option on some 2000 acres all told of land  which is thought to lie desirable from  an oil-producing point of view. Tli ���  syndicate isnow sinking a well, the hole  now being clown 125 feet, with all indications favorable to the striking of oil.  As it is estimated that tlie drill will  have to reach a. depth of 500 feet before  the oil rock is reached it will be several  weeks yet before the members of the  oil syndicate know whether they arc up  against the real thing or not. In addition to .getting oil the men who arc in  the venture have iiopes of getting natural gas. which as a fuel would have  great commercial value in the Boundary  district.  Aside from his oil scheme, of which  Ward is full, the- vendor or promoter  is an interesting personality. Ho says  he landed in tlie Boundary 12 years ago  with a family of respectable proportions  and an estate valued at six bits, Since  then he claims to have improved his opportunities to such an extent tliat he  has now in different forms of wealth,  excluding his oil and coal prospects.  $30,000. He is of e. mechanical turn and  built the first saw mill in the Boundary  with little other than native woods" at  his disposal, and worked the mill fairly  well with horse power. He mado the  first brick in the district, as well ns  the first lath, and when the time arrived for the making of brick for tho  Granby smelter ho got the contract for  supplying what was wanted. He says  he is still to the front, and tliat having been instrumental in erecting the  first oil derrick in the district, he will,  in the course of a few weeks, have added  to his string of accomplishments that  of having secured the first oil there.  Interestin/? Occurrences of Yesterday  Condensed and Printed in a  General Way.  " YOKOHAMA/ July 2S.��� The Empress of  Japan sailed for Vancouver Friday .afternoon.  LONDON, July ���.'���*. -Tho" Ri*,-I��c "iiov.  Brooke Koss Westcott, bishop of Durham,  is doad. He was born in 1825.  STRATFORD, Ont., July '__2S.���Michael  O'Connor, a farmer of Downier is in a critical condition as. the result of falling upon  a. pitchfork.  PHIljADETjPI-irA, July 2S.���The b.tt-  tlcsliip Maine was successfully launched at  the Cramp Ship and Kiigine Building Company   Saturday   morning.  AVOODSTOCK, Ont.. July 25$.��� It is  thought tliat the man killed on the rail-  Way tiack hero Thursday .night is ���" Wilfrid -BIoiuImi. the alleged' Massacln.ise'.t,  wife murderer.  WASHINGTON, D. C. July 2S���Mr.  Rockhill has reported to the ftfrte 'department, that tha n'-gotMtious will close in  Pekin within two -weeks, with a signatory  protocol by.all the powers.  BniJl'ORU, J a., Jul} ".'i* - lhe drought in  [t,this section lias been broken by :rt heavj  rain today. Three inches of water has-fallen and it is .-.till raining."''This means nn"  SO per cent, cornjorop in this locality.  , YORK, 'ra , July 28.���Nine shops of tlio  American Machine and Foundry Company  were destroyed by (ire Saturday. The loss  is from STI.OOO to $12.-,,000. This plant was  owned by the'American Tobacco.Compahy.  ADEN. July '28���li, a fight be I ween the  Mad Mu l.ih and the British, July 17th, Uc  ���former was routed, Inslng Tt' hilled. The  British cnsu.iltios wero lieutenant Fred-  (.-rlulcs and 12 men killed and 20 ..ih'eh  wounded  WIOATJIISRFORD, O.' T., July 2S��� A  teli.i,- 'pi>* *i'- '-'go from Se,-,i.r, fill eon  miles south, says a boiler belonging to a  (liipshlng ercw near there exploded yesterday,, killing threo mon and injuring three  others, two ot' them sei lously.  SAN FRANCISCO. July 2S.-E 13 Sheldon, -seeretury of (he Ocean Stcam.slni>  Company and several of Sirrecklos' Hawaiian' sugar plantations, is dead, from a  shock following a, surgical operation. He  was a native of "Vermont.  MANNjA. July 2S.���TI12 tri.,1 of lieutenant Pros ion Browirof tho Second infantry,  charged, with murdeilng .a -n ttive, is fin-  ii=lieil. Tn tlie course ol tlie proceedings' ib  was proved that the native was killed  while trying to escape and the :ic.c|iilttal  of Brown'is expected.  Nl**\\- YOrdC July 28���William Levis  Gray, who is held'in -ioniicctio-i-wllh the  murder'of Miss M-ay Fcsljurg nt Pl.-s'ield,  was rnr.iignej ii tho JeHCerson 'Mark-H  Court tod.iv :nrd lenunided to police M<\i(l  niiartJ-.v- by. lri.igistrate Denl until tomorrow afternoon, when lie will again be arraigned.  ������MO.VT.IU'.A.ij, July US.���D.ino m M. Sle<\-  r,rt, who recon.ly resigned the assi-tanl  inspectorship' of the Royal Bank,, is to be  general manager of tlie Sovereign Bank,  \vhiclr obtained .a'chart--!* at the last session of purli*\mont. The annoiiiiucment was  made at tlie'nro.'sontatlon to Mr. Sl.uw.irl  by the oiTiployees of the Koy.il Bank o:i  Saturday.  LONDON July 2S. ���"IJud.a Pest paper'*  are filled," says a dispatch to tlie Dally  Hxpress-from the Hungarian capital, "with  the accounts__>f_ a_pi ojceLsald_to-bo-pi o-_  uK-ie.d by .American flnanclL-rs for the creation ��� .of . another but mere luxurlou"  Mpntc Carlo or. Afagaiathen island opposite ..the upper end of tlio eity in the  Danube."  MANILA,. July 28.���Tho' robbery of th >  . pavmastur's s.-if > at Santa'Crux of $2!),C-jQ  Friday Is supposed to have been th-J work  of soldiers. It appears .that major C.'inby.  who was paving the *ro,jpi- In thu Ij.'igmia  district, left the- wife In the gtifird hounc.  ni'id that while. It was there the rhUnes  .siicci.-cdod iu ���ih.sli'ar-ting it-* contents. General C'halTee hiriliuied a detective lo In-  vesti-rcLe.  I.ONDOM, July 2.S ��� 'I'elogra filing from  l-ret-jrla under dale ol July 2i!tli, Ion! Kitchener reports tn the war olllce:, "j\ de  tiichinent ol- Slelnar ker-.--" iri-rsi.. ��� (���(���������i.n.*-  ing ISremorsil'irp, was fui'eeil lo evacuate  nn the ".Mill b.v n superior foroe of Boer--,  probably the cnninintMhie!-* fr-ini A-'istri-  dirm and I'leli'etie. The (iilaehriient rough*,  its way to Lv-ml>--l>(>i n distance of sixteen miles, losing about ten killed or  wounded nnd a few missing."  KINGSTON, J.'iinaier-i. July L'S-.Vew;--  paper reports received here; from I'linrinui  assert that insurgents are now operating  in large numbers in the vicinity of the  city and that air order has been ij-.sued by  the government calling upon the citizens  to u ' gregnt-* in 'order to lepol aftaeks  and to protect property. Papntna is guar  'led from the una by n gunboat. AKirillur:  to the same sources of information, ihe  government Is exereisliig iho .������triete.st p-e-  eauti.uis to prevent news of developments  leaking out.  CLKVI'LAXn. .Tidy 2**.-In a row it Forest City-pari- last night Olio 11 Zeifried.  manager of the park, it is claimed she:  into lh-2 crowd, wno were raising a disturbance, and injured Thomas Mu'-tah of  <*(���' Kici divay probably la-ally, a bullet  going through Ids abdomen. Rdw-trd Y.r.*-  nah.in was phot in the knee, but Is not  sei io rsly Injured. A sc|ti.'id of policemen  frorr. the Broadway station fii'ind Zellrled  inside the engine house with a revolver  in his hand. A number of persons surrounded 111.; house ani! were In an angry .  mood over tie .shooting. Th ��� pc-liceri.en  dispersed then- and sent Mnrlah to the  hospital   In   a   dying  coudilloii.  LONDON, July 2S.-TI>i! dillleuity of procuring d-iiru-slii; ���-���crvants has long been the  bane of household  life  In   Kngland,  which  condition is responsible for creating a demand for uervants. Tills phase ot affrurc  has now reached a climax and the Morning Post this morning printed tlie following advertisement: "Wanted���A lady to  groom and tako care of a small party and  to assist ln housework of a small house  In ihe country. The cook Jy a lady and no  servants are kept. Only gentlewomen need  write." Lady cooks and lady '.���eiilhiy maids  arc now rpilte common and apparently  lady grooms and lady coachmen arc likely  to become equally so.  A BONANZA FOR MUSICIANS  LONDON'S SWELL SET PAY THEM  FABULOUS PRICES.  Belligerent Politician**.  LOUISVILLE,   July  28.���A:-list   Tight  that threatened to lead  to a tragedy  filled Jefferson street near Fourth, the  business part of the city, with an excited   crowd   'yesterday   afternoon.   P.  Booker Reed; president of the board of  aldermen, -who was last week defeated  in a Republican, primary for the nomination for mayor,of Louisville, and who  has since made many/charges concerning the way tho primary was conducted,  and John Boro, who was prominent "in  the   Republican' faction   that   defeated  Reed, were the principals .In-'.the .fight,'  though others, joinetf in on- both sides  until the contest was stopped.   The affray  occurred   in   front  of...' Republican  headquarters.-  After the men had sepa-  Vra,ted   Reed ;.went    east   on    Jefferson  street, followed by a large crowd. Presently he returned with a pistol in his  hand, and as he was apparently making  straight for the Republican' headquarters   into   which   Boro   had   gone,   the  crowd in the street'.'looked-,-for' trouble  at once.    Reed, however, turned into a  saloon a few doors from the Republican  headquarters;  and  after a while  Boro  left the hoadciuarters and the situation  was   relieved.    Reed   remained, in   the  saloon and the men did not meet.  Report of Heavy Guns Heard 140 Miles  Inland���Qeneral Items From the  English Metropolis.  To Postpone Inauguration;  NEW YORK, July 28���Official steps  looking to a systematic agitation for -a  change of the date, of,the holding: of the.  presidential inauguration has . been  taken, says a'special from Washington  to the World. Resolutions adopted at  the last��� inaugural committee.meeting  wore Ir.id beforo the district commissioners with a request for an appropriate  action. Tt ia understood the commissioners are in favor of a date later than  March 4, and will bring the matter to  tho attention ot* congress mil the governors of the several states and territories. The plan proposed by the inaugural committee is that a national committee be appointed,--composed of the  governors of the states, and territories.  15 additional citizens of the country at  large and a 'renresentntion of foremost  residents of Washington. This committee is to select the date and procure  by congressional enactment tho change  desire'd.      ' "' o       '"       "    .' v  LONDON, July 28.���Never before have y\  musicians  and   operatic stars   received {"..,  such very large pay for performing: in   ,-/  private houses in London as thoy havqlY-  this season.   Kubelik, tho youthtui.yid-^'f.  Iinist, is easily the.lion of the lot./He r'y  has never played at a private concert-J\  for loss than 120 guineas and generally'.,-  sot 200 guineas.; One well-known -wc-,, ���>.  man gave a Kubelik party' each week"',tJ,i  and not satisfied with paying the' masi-1 -!,f  mum   sum   for   his   services,   presented   , \  him with a Stradivarius worth  jC1500./*:^  Mme. Melba's London agent asserts that' ^7  she ha<3 roceived 500 guineas twice for:"V-  appearing   at   piivate   paretics, 'which.v,.'  works out at about 125 guineas por song.  ,/,  Poderewski   got   1000   guineas   for   two'i ijjj  performances    in    houses    on   Carfton ���".  house   terrace.     In   many  cases 'these_^_  large sums are paid by Americans.- ,.' -7'Z'^\  'The duke and duchess of Mar!borough^Hl  have been entertaining elaborately.  Ki,  MINISTER WU IS HOMESICK  Would Like a Trip to China.  NEW YORK, July 28.���A special to  the Tribune from Atlantic City, N. J.,  says: . Minister Wu Ting Fang, -when  asked whether lie had any official  knowledge concerning the rumor .'-afloat  that the Chinese government had recalled him'from.his..duties in this country, said: "What you tell me is a surprise. Though I have been kept informed, as a matter of course, of the procedure of events -there, I have heard  nothing of any such action on tho part  of my government. This is about tho  one thousand and two hundredth rime  these rumors .'have gained currency, and  in_eacjh and every instance I have been,  "in complete ignorance. I will admit  that I am getting a little touch of homesickness, and would not look with disfavor upon a trip to China. Every man  litis an affection for the placo of his  birth, and I am no exception to the  rule. My wife and son have already  returned home, and I hope I shall be  shortly able to follow them. I like the  American people, and thoy have always  appealed to mo in every way, but 1 have  homesickness nnd would like to go home.  Perhaps���who knows?���oven uow tho  message of permission is traveling  across Uio sea.' If I can go homo for a  short while, 1 would like, to return very  much. I would even like to live here,  but then wo never know our destinies,  and that is till I know about the matter. As to tho recall. I can only repeat  f lir.vc no knowledge of it whatever."  Liieiiaoe L^Lieeu i v.muji:ii_.-i>fti*.*r  ken from Cowes *to^J?6rts-y.'r"Jy  s report, of these ohWcrya-'**'1-'!  Tive Dollars a Cay.  SAN FRANCISCO, July 28.���Two hundred beer bottlers wont on strike Saturday as a result of the demand of the  breweries that tho men should cither  leave their union or be discharged. The  only important development in the  teamsters strike was the arrival of  about. 100 men from the interior of the  state to trJ'.o the places of the strikers.  A detachment of SO came from Bakersfield. Of this number 60 wont to work.  Thoy are to receive S4 a day and $1 a  day bonus. There were more teams at  work than at any time since the trouble began and a large amount of freight  was moved. The policy of guarding each  dray with two policemen was changed  and in many instances only one blue-  coat was allotted to a wagon. This  change was made necessary by the increased number of non-union teamsters  that wore at work and tho Impossibility  of giving two oflicers for each team.  But little disorder occurred. Both side.;  express confidence in  ultimate success.  A Rouf-'h Passage.  VICTORIA, July 2S.���The stsanicr  City of Pueblo. wi*i< h arrived today  had a rough passage from San Fran ���  cisco. a northwest j.'aie having caused  carrying away 30 fet f. of rail and stop;-;  to bridge. The seas washed over her  funnel.  ing  parties, at  Blenheim,  although,  ofi5**?  course, these functions do not compare'^/-1!  with the great political fote to be,given >*���, '  at Blenheim August 8th.   The duke arid*-'." v  duchess dispense hospitality in the most-/J-'  lavish manner.   A small army of foot-Y-\-'i'  men,1 wearing the picturesque livery ot-l'^i  the house of Churchill, attend the guests-*--.^]  at Blenheim when they go to dinnerflh^"j|  a procession to tho accompaniment'of ;'^'|  a strolls orchest:***. -     . 'J,*- -''y^K  REMARKABLE TEST. ' " r\7 "-W  a remarkable record was brounht to,"^/-?,  .,deeming the* distances at whieliVi,;*!  -���; of heavy guns can ,be'heard/)'^j  ���ovorico have an important bear-,.^*lj  *-/Oii rain-making experiments, am'��\y/*j|  throw side lights upon the , Sampson-" ��'-'??  Schley controversy. An experttniamctlyrvf  C Davidson made olaborateV'prepara--s-^i:>4|  tionc to take observations of-the'. fleet)"  firingj when the late tuieen' Victoria's'?'"''^  body was tai  'mouth.    Tho  tions establi^h^the fact that t!ie"iheavy -  guns wero clearly audible at the.extra-^   -yf  ordinary  distance  of  140  miles  inland ^-i-X  and at GI miles from the guns windows'-���'"t';:f  were   shaken   and   other   symptoms'- of';'f,^;  concussion wefeshown not-usually con-'srj^&f  necfed with  any "but adjacent "dctona-     A  tions.   These statements boar upon the - "',,  Sampson-Schley   controversy   insomuch    ''b  as admiral Schley's statement made May    */  24th,  1898,   concerning   the   hearing  oC--;c.  guns 40 miles away, which he believed'   -\(i  was the Spanish fleet, was received by  many with considerable, incredulity.  MEMORIAL TO TIIE QUEEN.  Ashton Webb, who has boon, commissioned to rearrange the -park,; and roadway spaces  in  front of lhe palace,  is  planning  many  changes  in   the<upper  end of the Mall.    Subscriptions for the  memorial have fallen off and-there has  been a marked decline of public interest.    The .committee-of  the  American  Society in London   is not making any-  active efforts  at present to co-operate'  in the general undertaking.   An unfortunate misunderstand ing. for which the  delegates   of  tho   New   York   Chamber  of Commerce wore  mainly responsible,  has  involved  two  American  funds   for  the_same_geueral_obJect7-oiie_conLrollotl���  by the American Society here, and the  other   by   J.   Pierpont   Morgan.     It   is  hoped that these funds will be combined  ultimately under a single committee and  that an American sculptor will be commissioned  to  design  a  separate work  for the ornamentation of thai Mall at a  suitable distance from the main British  memorial.     Mr.   Brock's   figure   of  the  queen will look down the Alall towards  the   admiralty.     Tho   erection   of   an  American memorial to tho queen, cither  midway or at the bottom-of the  Mall,  would   be  an   expression   of  good   will  whieh England would never for���'.     It.  would become in timo a landmark . . . n-  duriii'r peac.  NEW GERMAN TARIFF.  The complete text of the now German  customs bill reveals tho triumph of tbe  Agrarian protectionists. The duties  on imported cereals, animal products,  cattle, swine, poultry and eggs aro  raised in tlie interest of tho agricultural classes. Almost the only farm product which is left unprotected is the  potato crop. AVhilc the proposed tariff  is directed mainly against American  grain and meal, it will also hear heavily  against Austria, Hungary and Russia,  and cause much irritation in small countries, like Holland. Denmark and Switzerland. The government journals are  striving to minimize the effects of the  proposed changes, but it is evident that  the emperor in obtaining the'money required for the development of his naval  and colonial policies has been "forced  to make concessions to the Agrarian  party with its systematized resources  for agitation. Keen observers are wondering whether the emperor may not be  strengthening the hands of the socialist  party, which will'be heavily reinforced  if tho price of food be raised in consequence of prohibitory duties against imported agricultural products from jVmer-  ica, Russia and  Austria-Hungary.  Tho Gorman .emperor has planned a  melodramatic welcome for count von  Waldersee on his return from China and  will spare no effort to impress the Fatherland with the grandiose importance  of that event. It will be well timed,  for the dispatches from Pekin to Paris  and Berlin agree that tlio powers have  finally arrived at an agreement on tho  qtiestion of the Chinese indemnity. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, MONDAY, JULY 29, 1901  ::i  l*&i  lt?-  $.*.'.'.  I*?  ft-  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ffi ������ W  *  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  f\\  to  to  to  to  to  to  Special Sale Cotton Goods  r\T LARGELY REDUCED PRICES.  500 Yards of Cood Prints, 27 inches wide 5 cents.  800 Yards of Crum's Best Priqts 10 cents.  250 Yards of Charribray, handsome designs t5 cents.  200 Yards of Fancy Muslims, former price 25, 35 and 50  cents Your choice at 20 cents.  300 Yards of Fancy Dress Goods for summer -wear, including many all-wool goods, 42 inches wide... 25 cents.  200 Yards of Wash SHI^s, fancy and plain 45 cents.  $10,00 Crash. Costumes.     For $8.00  $12.00 Milt Costumes'.... For $900  $7.50 Color Costum.es       For $5.00  THB HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  BAKER STREET, NELSON, B. C.  *3ee��e��e-&6-&-3���* M >��*��33-*-*!��  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  out the figure of Wilfrid Laurier and  rankled in the small soul of the-glorified notary public who joined his fellow attorney from Brandon in the attempt, not merely to drive Mr. Richardson out of parliament, but to fix  upon him and his children the indelible stain of disqualification fpr bribery.  The election in L/isgar was purer than  Wilfrid Lander's own election in Quebec East. It was purer than the election of any of his "cabinet ministers in  Ontario, and was a miracle of electoral  integrity compared to .the triumphs of  Liberal ministers in Nova Scotia, New  Brunswick, and Manitoba. The petty  venom of Wilfrid Laurier has temporarily ousted Mr. Richardson from his seat  in parliament, but the Laurior-Sifton  design to rob a fearless, upright Canadian of his citizenship has been baffled,  and his persecutors have disgraced  themselves without compassing the political death of the man they hate and  fear.���Toronto Telegram.  ��tte ��rtbttne  -b  -b  * *b * * * * * 'b -b "b ���*��� �������� *J- * -b -b *  Display advertisements run *b  regularly will be changed as often as required and will be inserted in the Daily Tribune for  $4 per inch per month; if inserted for less than afmonth, 25  cents per inch each insertion  -:��� -b * * * * * * * * -b 'b'b  "The Victoria Times aud the Victoria  Colonist do not agree as to whether  premier Dunsmuir has the confidence  cf the people of the province. Outside  of Victoria, premier Dunsmuir is unknown to the great bulk of the people. This is because Mr. Dunsmuir is  not, in any sense of the word, a politician. Were he a politician and mix  with the people, the stand ho has taken  on the railway question would make  . him popular. He was tho one member  - of his government who insisted, first  , and last, if subsidies must be given to  insure the construction of railways, that  the interests of the people must be protected. His colleagues were all willing  to make concessions to the V. V. & E.  crowd, led by Helmcken; they were  willing to concede every point, as long  as they retained their portfolios. If  premier Dunsmuir has lost interest in  his government, it is because he knows  he has for advisers men that are "quitters" at every stage of the game when  their jobs arc in jeopardy. Mr. Dunsmuir may not be an ideal premier, but  he is a long way better man than any  of the men whom he has called iu to  assist him in conducting the govern-  -r.cr.t.  \ "  .'-  ���' Those who are opposed to the erection of a lead refinery in Kootenay use  this as an argument: "The C. P. R.  should,not be allowed to engage in the  refinery business." These people would  rather not see the refinery built than  see it built by money furnished by the  C. P. R. The Canadian Pacific Railway  Company, or men connected with that  company, have operated the smelter at  Trail for about two years, and its operation has not been detrimental to the  mining industry. In fact,, were it not  ~~for-that-^sm"elter7"mu'5h_of=th^leaa=!ore=  mined in Kootenay would now be seeking a market in the United States, a  country in which the silver-lead smelting industry is pretty weir controlled  by a trust. To successfully establish  and operate a refinery and afterwards  market its product will not only require  large capital, but an intimate knowledge  of the condition of foreign markets.  The Canadian Pacific can, no doubt, secure ample capital, and no company  is in a better position to market the  product of a refinery, because of its  system of ppolicies in foreign countries.  There may be honest differences of opinion rccardin!*; the matter, but decrying  a project that is so greatly needed without being sure of facts is not good  policy.  Toronto and Montreal people have invested hundreds of thousands of dollars in the shares of mining companies operating in Republic, Washington,  and at Sumptcr, Oregon, and in Northern California camps, and have not got  a dollar back in the way of dividends.  Yet not a word is heard of the bad  r.iining laws of Washington or Oregon  or California; not a word about excessive taxation; * not a word about labor  troubles. Why have the mines in these  three states not paid dividends?  The directors of the Le Roi and War  Eagle, so it is said, have notified managers McDonald and Kirby that the demands of the Rossland Miners' Union  will not be granted, as far as their  respective companies are concerned. The  differences   between   the  miners'   union  ��� and the companies referred to above  could be settled in 24 hours, were the  questions at issue considered on their  merits by the parties in interest.    But  , it is apparent that these two companies. Ions since, decided to break u-p the  OATCH  FISH  Nothing is so disappointing  to the angler as to return  home after a day's fishing  with an empty creel. You  may make elaborate preparations and take apparently everything  that is necessary, rod, line, reel, casts,  flies, troll, bait, net and gaff, but unless  they are made of the right stuff it is  money thrown away. Vexation and often  profanity follows. We are careful in the selection of our fishing tackle and know  something about It, too. If you buy your  fishing tackle off us you will CATCH  FISH, but, if you don't, well perhaps you  might get a sucker.  Hunting Peary.  To discover the whereabouts of lieutenant R. E. Peary, the Arctic explorer,  and to determine whether, by death or  success, his search for the' North pole  has been ended, Herbert L. Bridgman,  secretary of the Peary Arctic Club, left  New York July llth, for Sydney, Cape  Breton, where he will take command  of the steamer Erik and sail to the far  north. No word has been received from  Peary since March 31, 1900. This is  the third expedition sent out by the club  in carrying out Peary's well-defined  plans for reaching the pole. These plans  he outlined in January, 1897, at a meeting of the American Geographical Society in Chickering hall. He was to go  north and stay till his work was done,  while the Peary Arctic Club was to  maintain communication with him by  a series of annual expeditions.  Thorpe & Co..bottle it. Ironbrew.  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. Ltd  Pianos to Rent. NKLSON. R C.  miners' union, and the union men knew  the struggle was to come. It will be  a fight to a finish, and if the battle'is  won by the companies, it will only be  the commencement of trouble in Kootenay and Yale, for union and nonunion men do not work in harmony anywhere.  No one in British Columbia will fall  down and worship Bernard McDonald  simply because he is the owner of the  Rossland Miner. Mr. McDonald, as manager of the Le Roi and other mines, was  looked up to as an authority on practical mining; but Bernard McDonald  will'have to win his spurs as a journalist before anyone will kowtow to him  as a newspaper man. Journalism is tlie  one calling in which there is no claque  and in which bouauets are not thrown  at random.  We are showing a large  variety of enamel wood  clocks ranging in price  from $7.00 to $12.00. All  8-day and half hour strike.  Also bronzes and fancy  clocks.   New styles.  BROWN BROS  Opticians and  Jewelers.  BAKKR STREET  NELSON  The Kamloops Sentinel is one of the  recognized organs of the Liberal party..  Its editor is close to the leaders.' Referring to the probability of R. F.  Green of Kaslo entering the Dunsmuir  government as minister of mines, the  Sentinel says that Mr. Green would not  be allowed to be returned without opposition. If this means anything, it means  that the Liberals will put up a candidate to oppose Mr. Green, and they  will  get gloriously walloped for their  trouble.  The Rossland Miner is warning all  persons to quit referring to its masters. The warning is given |n double-  leaded brevier, and is printed in the  editorial columns. Well, seeing that  Bernard McDonald has engaged in the  newspaper business, he should be willing to take a little of the medicine that  he is giving to other people.  The Twin Attorneys,  Thero is a show of generous, high-  minded greatness in the words of sir  Wilfrid Laurier, but in action he is  always capable of the blackest ingratitude and the most contemptible meanness. The difference between sir Wilfrid Laurier and hon. Clifford Sifton  is the difference between the partially  great and the altogether small, but thu  two notaries are alike in the pettifogging cualities they displayed in their  joint pursuit of R. L. Richardson. Tii.e  method of crushing out independence  method of crushin *_out independence  inside a party. The Conservative leaders would have saved themselves much  trouble if they had been mean enough  to pursue D'Alton McCarthy as 11. L.  Richardson has been pursued by the  Liberal leaders. North Simcoe was  never the scene of a purer election than  that which ended with the choice of-  R. L. Richardson in Lisgar. Sir John  A. Macdonald or sir John Thompson  wanted to get rid of McCarthy, but  they never attempted to use the election  courts as a means of driving him mil  of public life. It was nothing to Wilfrid  Laurier that R. L. Richardson and R.  L. Richardson's paper fought his battles when the forces which joined in  the Sifton-Laurier gam-1 were cutring.-  the party's throat. It was nothing to  Wilfrid Laurier that he expects the  votes of thousands of Liberals who believe that the right of ni'li.-peii-loiiee  is the saving virtue which preveats-party government from degenerating into  party despotism. The everlasting fact  that a Canadian Liberal dared to exercise the right of private judgment  pierced the sham aud tinsel wliich filia .  Auction Sale  HARDWARE,   TINWARE,  CROCKERY, CLASSWARE.  Acting   under   instructions   from   A    P  Hay, assignee of the estate of George M  Fronk, the undersigned will offer for sale  =-by^publie=-auctionj=on=the=premises���on-  Baker street on  Thursday, August 1st,  at 2 p  m. Sharp.  The whole of tho stock ln trade of George  M. Fronk, general merchant, consisting of  SHELF HARDWARE  ~ COOKING STOVES and  HEATERS  TINWARE  GRAN1TEWARE  HOTEL  CROCKERY  LANTERNS and LAMPS  DINNER SETS  TEA SETS  FANCY CHINA  GLASSWARE  CHAMBER SETS  EARTHENWARE  The above goods will be offered for sale  In parcels  to suit Intending purchasers!.  Terms Cash. Goods on view on Wednesday, July 31st, and on tho morning of the  sale.  FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO  C. A. 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Fred Irvine  hiiiiiWTftin^ii  TTTTTTTTTTTTT-ITTTTTT-f  36  Bakep  Street  9\  to  flV "."������:���'������'  %^-^___��/���__**��00.*t0* ' 0^ '*��!' *^ '0__0*&? *0!?* 00 *00 ��� 00-00 ��� 00 -00 ' 00 -  ��_X*_,   * '^*.  zzTzuzzxxxxxzzzzzxrzxzzzxzzzxz-czzzxcixxxxz;  LADIES' KID GLOVES \  50 CENTS PER PAIR \  SEE OUR WASH \  KID GLOVES. X  xz^zzxxxz2zzxzzxxxxzxzxxxixix��zxxcn-zxt  to  to  to  to  ��K  00- 00 ' 00' 00 ��� 00' 00 ��� 00  ���J__S*.- ���*���**��, ��� JJ^. ^is ��� >* >mtJPh'            -^��_r>>��-ai5-<��_fr-��na_?x^_t l_��_.f  00 ' 00 ' 00 ' 00 ' 00 ' 00 - 00 ' *���> . ^  Ability Not Transmitted.  An exception to the rule that men of  transcendant senilis do not transmit  their ability to their sons seems to have  been found in Siegfried Wagner, only  son of the creator of "Lohengrin" and  many other masterpieces, although, the  recent production of the son's new opera,  "Herzig Wildfang," at Munich, was not  an unqualified success. The great difficulty young Wagner has had to meet is  the unreasoning demand on the part of  a portion of the musical public that he  shall be equal to his father at the start,  practically beginning where the father  left off. This is, of course, one of the  penalties that a man must pay for being  the offspring of a mighty genius. He  has been a conductor at Wagner concerts, and has comnosed several operas,  ,one of which. "Der Barenhauter," was  a genuine success. The tumultuous  scenes which marked the first night of  '���Herzog Windfang" at Munich were not  in themselves an evidence of failure,  although they have been construed in  some Quarters as such.  ets  i  The now cooling drink, Ironbrew.  500 MEN WANTED  On the construction of the Arrowhead &  Kootenay railway in the Lardo district  HIGHEST WAGES PAID  In order to secure men without delay  ordinary labor will be paid $2.25 per day  and axemen $2.50 per day.  GOOD STATION WORK  CAN BE SECURED.  For   further   particulars   apply   to  Nelson Employment Agencies or to  the  We have just received a Consignment of  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.  J, G. BUNYAN   &   CO.  West Baker Street, Nelson.  rr_tm_ ��iu_.iM_____u.'_i__j___r.i!_j...v_immi i.m.uiiui.i��i����rrT. ^  'I* 'b ���j* *b ���*" ���I* "I* *b *b ���J* %* *b 'b -b *b *b  Trades Union and Fraternal  Society Notices of regular meetings will be charged 25 cents a  lino per month. No notice accepted for less than .fl per month.  ���I- 'b *b *b ���'.' *b -b v ���'.- *b 'b ���'.- -b -b 'b "b  .A * '  <-,  :^^^^^'it^h^LlM::  r:l l*%*'f  % **$  '. *  * C-i-T-Mf <**    *_��  *"-V.j>* .W"��   ����V*.      \<v a.*.'*.**-   Jt  JSH  CARLSON & PORTER  CONTRACTORS.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  looal and coast.  Flooring  local and ooafltj.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all klnda.  VT WHAT TOU WANT IB NOT IN BTOOK  VfX WILL M-lKS IT FOB 10V  CALL AND GJET PRICES.  TREMONT HOUSE  321 TO 331 BAKER STRKKT, NELSON  AMEiHCANpANDaEUH0PEAN |VIEAl-S 25 CENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated oy Stpam 25 Cents to $1  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER   STREET,    NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Largo comfortable bedrooms and first-  class dining room. Sample rooms l'or commercial  men.  RATES S5 PER DAY  rs. E. 0. Clarke, Prop.  Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary  Baker and AVard  Streets,   Nelson.  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained under one management since 1S90.  The bed-rooms arc well furnished and  lighted by electricity.  The bar is always stocked by the best  domestic and imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  en rsouse  ROOMS U and 15.  K. W. C. BLOCK.  J. A. Sayward  BALL AND LjIKK STBKKT8, NSLSOJT  J. H.  McMANNUS, Manager.  Bar stocked with best brands of wines,  liquors, and cigars. Beer on draught. Large  comfortable rooms. First class table board.  KOOTENAY   COFFEE CO.  ���******-*********.*.*-*-**'*r.***  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  '*���*'* ���*'���*'* ���*���*���*****���**��� *���**���*���**��� *���*���*���  Wo are offering at, lowest prices the boat;  erades of Ceylon, India, China and Jauan  Toas.  Our Best, Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound 9 ��0  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choice Blend Coffee, 4 pounds  1 00  Special Blend Coffeo, C pounds  1 00  Rio Blend Coffee, fi pounds  1 00  Special Blend Ceylou Tea, per pound 30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  TRADES AND LABOR UNIONS.  MINl'IRS' UNION. NO. 9'i. \\*. F. of M.���  Meets in "Miners' Union Hall, northwest  corner of ]Diil-er and Stanley sircets, uvery  Saturday evening at S o'clock. Visiting  ���-member!- welcome. M. it. Mowat, pivsi-  dem; James Will's, secretary. Union scale  of wnj-es for Nolson ilihtriet per shilt: Machine men ?o.50, haminei-.smcn $:l.23, mucker's, carmen, .shovelers, and other underground laborers So. ' .,,  LAUNDRY" WOKKERS' UNION, NO.  S3;il, A. l'\ of Ij.���Moots In Miners' Union  ilall on fourth Friday in every month at  7:30" n in. sliarii. Visiting members of  American Federation invited to attend.  (J. Frederick, president; A. XV. Mcb'ee,  secretin-*-.  .   CARPENTERS'   UNION  MEETS   WED-,  nesday evening of each weok at 7 o'clock,  in    Miners'    Union    Ilall.    C.    J.    Clay ion,  president;  Alex.   I-.   Murray,  secretary.  BjVI'BERS' UNION, NO. 19ti, OF THE  International Journeymen Barbers't Union  of America, meets lirst and third Mondays  dl each month in Miners' Union Hall at  S:.,0 sharp. Visiting members invited. R.  McMahon, president; J. 11. Matheson, secretin*.',-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, recording  secretary.  PAINTERS' UNION MEET THE FIRST  and third Fridays m each month at Min-  erb" Union Ilall at T:;iU sharp. Walter R.  Kee,  president; J lunry Bennett, secretary.  I'IjASTEUERS' UNION MEETS EVERY  Monday evening In the Elliot Block, at 8  o'clock. J. D. jMoyer, president; William  Vice, secretary. P. O. Box llil.  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  NET-SON LODGE, NO. 23., A. F. &  A. M. meets second Wednesday* in  each month. Sojourning brethren  invited.  NELSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER  No. m, G. R. C���Meets third AVednesday.  Sojourning companions invited. George  Johnstone,  Z.;  E.  W.  Matthews,  S.  E.  NELSON AERIE, NO. 22 F. O. E.���  Meets second and fourth "Wednesdays of  each month at Fraternity Hall. Georgo  Burtlett, president; J. V. Morrison, sec-  ic tary.  KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M.���  Regular meetings first and third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir Knights  invited. G. A. Brown, R. K.J A. W. Purdy,  Com.; R. J. Steel, P. S. C.  DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP  NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT THE Copartnership hitherto existing between tho  'undersigned by tho style of Lee & Burnett,  as green grocers, has this dav been dissolved by the retirement of Harry Burnett, who has transferred to Herbert F. Leo  all his Interest in the business, assets,  good will and book accounts.  All persons indebted to the said partnership are hereby requested to make payment to the said Herbert F. Lee, who has  assumed and will pay the liabilities of the  partnership, and who will continue the  partnership  business.  HERBERT   F.    IjEE,  I-I.   BURNETT.  Witness: R. A. CREECH.  Nelson, B.C., July I5th, 1901.       ���  .    -    ������  DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.  NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT THE Copartnership existing between the undersigned, doing business as hotolkecpers at  the town of Erie, 11. C, Is dissolved. All  debts owing by the firm will be paid by  David Church, who will also collect all  debts due the llrm.  Dated at Eric, B. C, this 17th day of  July, 1901.  DjVVID  J.  BROWN,  DAVID   CHURCH.  CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS.  Tiger, Kitchener and Last Chance mineral claims, situate in the Nelson mining  division of West Kootenay district. "Where  located: On Morning mountain on the east  side of Sandy creek about one mile from  the Kootenay river. Take notice that I,  R. Smith, free miner's certificate 55,7(i2b,  acting as agent for A. Thorn, free miner's  certificate 55,670b, Henry E. Hammond,  free minor's certificate 55,C(J9b, and An-  nandale D. Grieve, free miner's certificate  55,66Sb, intend sixty davs from the dato  hsreof to apply to the mining recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the  above claim. And further take notice that  action, under section 37, must be commenced beforo the issuance of such certificate of Improvements. R. SMITH.  Dated this ,25th day of July, A. Tj. 1901.  CERTIFICATE -OF   IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.���THE   CHAMPION   MINERAL  claim,   situate   in   the   Nelson   mining   division  of West Kootenay  district.  "Where  located:   On   Forty-nine   creek   about   200  yards   from   hydraulic   dam.   Take   notice  that I,  E.  XV.  Matthews,  acting as agent  for   Henry   Samuel   Crotty,   free   miner's  certificate   No.   bi9,970,   intend,   sixty   days  '  from the date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improve- ���  ments   for   the   purpose   of   obtaining   a  crown   grant   of   the   above   claim.   And i  further take notice that action, under sec- ;  tion 37, must be commenced before the is- ,  suance of such certificate of improvements, i  Dated this 18th day of July, A. D. 190L     )  Vi  ________m_m THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, MONDAY, JULY 29, 1901  I  f  .*  BANK OF I0STBEAL  CAPITAL. all paid np $12,000,000.00  RUST            7,000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Drummond ......Vice-President  K. S. Cloi'-ton Genoral Manager  V NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Bakor and Kootonay Stroots.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branohos in London (England) New York,  Chicago, and all tho principal oitios ln Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchango and Cable  Trtosf oi'S  Grant Commorcial and Travelers' Credits,  available ln any part of tho world.  Drafts Issuod, Collections Made. Eto.  Savings Bank Branch  CURRENT KATK OF INTERK8T PAID.  AN   UNCLAIMED   BALANCE  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE  BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HKAD OFFICE:  TORONTO.  IMPERIAL BANK  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  ���  -      -      $8,000,000  -      -   !53,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Romance of an Ownerless Deposit.  George Johnson, the Dominion statis-  _ tlcan, contributes an interestin**; story,  suggested by the recital of some facts  concerning unclaimed balances in Canadian banks:  Many years ago a bright young.fellow came to Bath, in Lennox county,  Out., with his father, a native of Massachusetts. Born before the treaty of  Paris, the father had not taken the  ,; oath of allegiance, and therefore when  he succeeded in being elected to-the  legislature in Lennox and Addington,  he was promptly expelled. - The son  contested tho vacant seat iii'1823; his  opponent, a Tory, Christie by name,  ���winn in jr. however; whereupon the  young man petitioned against his rival's return, charging corrupt practices. "Tt was clafcaed that "the defeated man could not petition, because he  was an alien. , He appeared at the bar  of the house as counsel for the substituted petitioners, and won. A new  writ issuing, the returning ofllcer was  directed to exclude all votes for the  f.'oun*r foreigner from Massachusetts.  A change was made in the law in the  session of 1824, and the young lawyer  was elected.  It was the first appearance in the assembly of Marshall Spring Bidwell.  * * * The flrst success of the Reformers was in 1S2S, when Bidwell was elected speaker hy a majority of three votes.  His sympathy was with the Reformers,' and on many occasions he displayed  the courajre'of his convictions. While,  however, he gave, in 1S30, much support  to Mackenzie, and did all he could for  Papineau, by way of encouraging him,  aud in the same year lost his seat, because of his pronounced sympathies with  the agitators, he did not seem to have  gone to the. same lengths as some of  ��� the "hot-heads." His'name was a good  one'to conjure with, for his ability,  sound ..judgment, and careful demeanor  had recommended him to the public.'On  Vicing-- requested by- the authorities to  join Baldwin in an effort under a flag  of truce to bring the rebels to reason,  i'idwell  unhesitatingly  declined  to .in-  tc'-fes'e, ���'������;       The agitators carried a flag on which  was inscribed: '"Bidwelland the glor-  , ious minority, 1837, and a good beginning." After the defeat of the rebels  in Toronto, this flag was found among  their effects on Gallows Hill. It  seemed proof that Bidwell was among  the traitors.  His letters were impounded by the  postir.aster. and turned over to sir  Francis Bond Head, who had previously declined to make Bidwell a judge,  declaring that the welfare and honor  of the province depended on his majesty never promoting a disloyal man.  Lord GJenelg did not see eye to eye  with Head in the matter,: and had ordered him to apppint Bidwell. Head  had tendered his resignation, and thus  it was a most opportune occasion for  him to prove, himself right. He made  the most of the flag incident, and of  the refusal of Bidwell to aid in the ne-.  gotiations, and, it appears, succeeded  =ln=foreing=Bidweli=to=accept=pne=-of=the=  alternatives that he as lieutenant--gov-  ornoi' offered. "Take your letters unopened and leave the country, promising  never to return, or remain and submit tu  martial law, and take the consequences  which may result from the contents of  ��� the letters becoming known." TJjis is  what Bond Head himself says, Thsrc  is, however, some doubt as to the exact reason; but the fact Is, Bidwell took  his letters, probably fearing that some  of his friends might bo implicated, and  left Canada, going to Now York.  Aftor the passions aroused had cooled  down, by tho passage of time, many  persons believing that-Head had cruelly treated Bidwell, steps were taken  to dissipate the c)ou'cl that hung over  tho exile's reputation, Edgerton Rycr-  son published a powerful plea in his  behalf under the pen name of A, Lr.  E. Loyalist��� the young law student  who copied tho letter bocoming in after  years sir Alexander Campbell. In JS4:>,  lord Metcalfe, then governor general  ���though no record could be found of  Bidwell, was offered reinstatement in  turn���formally annulled, on the recommendation of Mr. Baldwin, any -iiicli  engagement, if it had ever been mada.  Bidwell was offered full instatement in  all his rights and privileges. Later on  sir John Macdonald, when in. Now  York, on one occasion urged him to  return. But the old man was inexorable. He refused to become a unit, in  the census of Canada, and he died in  New York; the best that Canada could  do being to clear away, by official acts,  the  cloud   upon  his  reputation.  Now, what has all this to do with tho  unclaimed balances which have accumulated in our banks during more than a  auarter of a century?  It has just this:* The Bank of Montreal's returns, as published, show that  one "M. J. Bidwell" had a balance of  Sns3.37 to his credit in his account on  the 1st of June, 1837, and that from that  date to this there has never been any  transaction with him. Now, my eye  rested on the name Bidwell; the date  "1837," also caught my attention. Bid-  well is not a common name. I thought  at once of the Bidwell whose name wes  in many men's mouths in 1S37, nnd  whose career I have just sketched.  But the "J." Christian name bothered  Hon. Geo. A. Cox,  Prosident.  Robt. Kllgour,         Vice-President.  London Ofiice, GO Lombard Streot, ��1. O.  New York  Ofllce, 16   Exchange   Place.  aud US Branches In Canada und tho  United Stalos.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowod on  deposits.   Present rate  three por cent.  GRANGE  V.  HOLT,  Manager Nelson Brunch.  me. I remembered how readily an  "S" could be mistaken for a "J," and  wrote to .Mr. Clouston, general manager of the Bank of Montreal, asking  him to have the old ledger examined,  to see if that "J" should not be an "S."  His answer was: "We have looked  into the unclaimed balance you aion-  tion, and And that the name is'M. S.  Bidwell, as you suggest."  This seems to strengthen my sup ���  position that the man who left the  balance in 1S37, and our historical Bid-'  well are one and the same.  He left Canada very hurriedly, as  we have seen. He never returned to  live here. Probably ho forgot all about  the bank balance to his credit, or tos-  sibly in his anger over the way Bond  Head had treated him, he determined  once and for all to shake the dust of  the country from his feet.  If any of_ his descendants are alive  it. would be' worth' their while to see  about that balance.  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  S2.600.000  $1,850,000  H. S. HOWLAND President.  D. R. WILKIE Oeneral Manager.  E. HAY Inspeotor.  SAYINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  TUB   CURRKNT   RATE   OF   IKTERKST  ALLOWED.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  s Street.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  ward Hanlan, hailing from the city of  Toronto, came to this city unheralded,  and took up the gauntlet thrown down  by the rowing men of the world, and  captured the Centennial regatta single  shells in the easiest possible fashion,  which represented the championship of  the world. History has repeated itself.  The Argonaut Rowing Club of Toronto,  Canada, an organization of young business men who have had rowing experience on both continents, had the  temerity to come right into the home  of rowing, and gave the world's champion Vesper crew a beating, on Saturday, over the national course on the  Schuylkill river, whicli will do aquatics  much good in this vicinity.���Philadelphia Ledger.  to  to  55��* ^**> *_23*w ���5**>i ��� ??^ ��� ,"*i ��� ^"N  ��^����>��a-*>^^--^^*isS-(c-t>  '00*00'00'00'00'000'00. ^0  00'00 0^ /_*<  ^80  Established in Nelson 1890.  to  to  9\  TIME TELLS. A STORY  ____!__*��� �����"��������**,  '-������  to  OUR WATCHMAKING AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL INB.C.  to  to  to  to  JACOB  DOVER,  THE JEWELER  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Mail orders receive our prompt  and careful attention. Our prices  re always right.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to-  jh  "- -���*�����_.������������������__,.^.*^����ir^.>I_K.'sr��si^'��^..'��r��^'*,v*^ ^'^'^'0^'00'0^'^'^,^*00'00'00'00'^0'00'^.^^^^'i9'.  Hayes a Successful Manager.  The gross earnings of the Southern  Pacific, the railway which is now managed by C. M. Hays, formerly of the  Grand Trunk system, for May were  7,1-12,131; net $2,233,856. Compared with  May, 1900, this is an increase on gross  earnings of $1,739,272; net $706,S4S. For  the first 11 months of the fiscal year  that ended on June 30th tlie gross earnings were ?72,1SS,765, compared with  $62,935,766 for the same period of the  preceding year, being an increase of  $9,252;999. Tho net receipts for the same  11 months were $24,690,373, an increase  of $4,420,236. The earnings for June  have not' been published, but it may  be presumed they will bring the gross  total close up to $80,000,000, which  would be an increase of $10,000,000 for  the year, The increase in business has  been general all over the system; both  on local and overland traffic. The un  precedented prosperity of the corporation raises once more the question of a  dividend on the stock, but those who  know the plans of the administration  say the surplus will be spent on betterments. It is said that Harriman and  Hays have decided to spend something  like $15,000,000 in reducing grades, eliminating curves,- building steel bridges  and laying heavier rails so as to bring  the system up to a modern standard.'.'  Cool Pacific Northwest.  PORTLANl- J.-dy 2*.���Edward E. Bcals,  forecast oHlcial ln chaige of tiie Port'and  ofllce of the Wf.-itlier bureau, when asked  his orinion concerning "Mr. Servlss' theory  of heat through sun distLvbaaces, said:  "If Mr. Servlss' theory Is correct tho excessive heat experienced :ii the east shou.'-l  be conespondingly felt In tl.e North Pacific Mates, as we are under the influence  of the same sun and situated in the same  homls/ihere. Tha facts are that the central west has had a month or more ol temperature averaging daily from 6 to 12 degrees warmer limn usual, while ln the  north Pacific states during- the snnr.c time  the top-ix-i-iuures have averaged from 3 to  6 degrices cooler than us'ial. Tho normal  daylight ten r pern In re at Portland in July  is G6 3. This year it has been but 62.5."  ''   Has He the Pride of Intellect?  The Toronto Telegram has the following to say of professor McLain, the Dominion commissioner on railway-rate  grievances, who wijl be at Rossland next  month, notice of which was printed in  The Tribune on Saturday: "Canada  does not lack men who know more  about the railway situation than professor McLain of Arkansas University,  but professor McLain is retained not for  what he knows, but for what he can  find out. An honest, able man,';; who  was a master of nothing but the science of ascertaining facts would fulfil  all the reouirements of the position  which professor McLain has assumed.  The trouble in Canada is not lack of  knowledge, but lack of desire to use  this knowledge for the benefit of tho-  public. The railroad corporations have  ways of riiuz-'ling investigators, and if  =professoi���McLain=has=the=pride^of=in=  tellect which can keep him faithful  to his mission his work ought to do  credit to the government which appointed him,.  Docs' not  contain  any   harmful  ingredients, ironbrew.  PUBLIC AUCTION  OF VALUABLE REAL PROPERTY,  PLAHT, STEAM TUG, BARM, MATERIAL AND FIXTURES.  C 01&F^l<T~��r  OFFICE: BAKER STREET WEST, NELSOJJ, B. C.  TELEPHONE HO, 219,    P. 0. BOX 688.  B. REISTERER & CO.  BBBWKBS AND B0TTUB8 Or.  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery bo the brad*  Brewery at Kelson  N|ARBLE, BUILDING STONE,  BRICK AND LIME   The Mansfield Manufacturing Company  have the above mentioned building materials  for sale at" reasonable prices. Special quotations to builders and contractors, for large  orders.  She Loves tlie Captain.  Captain Strong, late of the United  States army, and lady Frtvnois Hope,  who has abandoned lord Hope, her  husband, thoir dogs, baggage and servants, sailed last week from San Francisco for Japan on the Nippon Mnru.  Temporarily they have borrowed the  name of the great Smith family, and  the ship's books know them not save  by tho undistinguished brand of "J. G.  Smith, wife and two servants." It is  not clear what tho dogs have dono to  be left out of the count. But nothing  was too -rood for the Smiths'and thoy  had tho bridaj chamber. The oflicers  of the ship maintained, appearances by  pretending: they did not know captain    n, ma(J,JllcIiSUU, i>t.lsuu _.BVltl., at m�� ui-  Strong or his companion and insisted j f*ce ���,_ the Madden Block, Ward street,  Nelson, or with the auctioneers, or at  The undersigned have received in-  .tructious from the" Ontario Powder  Works to offer for sale by public auction  in the stable building on Hall street,  bewteen Baker and Vernon streets, and  known as the Reynolds stables, in the  City of Nelson or  .*.    TUESDAY, JULY 30th, 1901  At 1 O'OIock 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  wl arf,12 by 24 feet, with 108 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 tbo  City of Nelson, and described as follows: One building 16 x 40 feet, 1 building 16 x 40 feet, 1 building 20 x 20 feet,  =jUbuilding-a4-37eo=feet,=,l=building=20x,30=  teet, 1 workshop 20x20 feet, dwelling  house 14x24 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 percna fuse,  125,000 detonators, etc.   ,.  About 90 *iron drums,, used .as oil  tanks, culverts and sewage purposes.  Two Fairbank scales, of one ton capacity, also tools, household utensils,  and other articles too numerous to mention, a list of which may be seen at the  works, at tho Nelson office of.the company or at the ofllce of the auctioneers.  Office furnishings consisting of one  roll top desk, one J. & J. Taylor safe,  ten foot length standli.g desk, letter  presses with stand, offlco counter with  twelve drawers, stools, chairs, otc.  Intending purchasers may inspect any  of the above articles by consulting with  H. Maepherson, Nelson agent, at his of-  1PTLY ATTENDED TO  1  111!  OFFICE:    BAITER STREET WEST, flELSOJ*, B, C.  TELEPHONE NO. 219.  ���f 'b ���!��� *b *b -b *b *-!��� -b 'b -b "b -b -b -I' -5- + ���{*  'b      All Dominion government, pro- *i-  ���!������ vincial government, and legal ad- -b  ���b vertisements,   such   as   sheriff's ���  ���b sales, etc., will be charged ONE -b  ���b CENT A WORD for the first in- *  ���j- sertion   and   ONE-HALF  CENT *  -5* A WORD  for  each  consecutive  ���b subsequent insertion.   ���  *b-b 'b-b-b -b -b -b-b *b -b-b -b  ���b  ���b  ���b 'b "b <b  Btsssa  Hrad Ol?PICK at  NELSON, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Marketa at Nelson, ���Ro.-sshmd, Trail, KasJo, Ymir, Sun-Ion, 8i)ver0on, Ne**  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, CaHcnde City, Mio1  way, and Vancouver.  Mall Orders Promptly Forwardec  Kootenay B��fcfieFCo7  ALL KJNIS8 or  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WH01,K3A1j1C ani> rktail  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  ^b��s!S E. C. TRAVES, iXanasrer  that the notorious cou-*le was not  aboard. Although it was the Smiths'  day at home they were not receiving  company and would admit no one to  the cabin. Yet the lady showed a vivid  interest in her own notoriety and spent  most of her time before the ship sailed  in peeping at the gaping crowd from  behind a- corner of the window curtain.  As the ship moved away lady Francis  Hopp. appeared on the upper deck..-. She  begins to show signs of wear and the  lines of her fcae are hard. "She does  riot look dangerous," said a laughing  matron, as she watched May Yoho leaning upon the steamship rail. It is said  that the actress is really infatuated with  captain Strong and that her romance  is not patterned after wicked French  books, but is a genuine duplicate of the  old story of the woman falling desperately in love when her power of captivating has been so seriously curtailed  that nothing else remained for her to  do. To a friend the actress said that  she would return to New York after  visiting the Orient and would again  go upon the stage.  Was on Their Merits.  History records the fact that in 187(5  a young Canadian sculler, named Ed-  the works at Five-mile Point,  TERMS.���Cash on purchases of $100  or under, on purchases over ?100 terms  will be announced at time of sale with  other conditions.  For further particulars apply to the  undersigned auctioneers, or to  H. MACPHERSON, Madden Block,  Agent Ontario Powder Works. Nelson.  GliAS.A.WATEpAN&GO  AUCTIONEERS.  ROOMS 14 and 15.      K. XV, C. BLOCK, Nelson  SALE OF REYNOLDS' STABLE.  At the close of the sale of the realty  and effects of the Ontario Powder Works  the undersigned will also offer for sale  the Reynolds stables. This building is  on leased ground, with a three year's  lease yet to run, at a rental of $10 per  month ground lease. Terms cash.  CHAS. A. WATERMAN & CO.,  Auctioneers, Nelson, B. C  ROSSLAND   EiNailNEERIINa   WORKS  cunliffb & McMillan  Founders,  Eoilermakers  and Machinists.  ORE) OARS, fkipR. cniroc, oro birr doori.', ol>nlo* nrnl (rniicrnl wrought iron work.     Our oro earn are  the IrOfl orr fc'i- market     Write us for rof :r'ciiei!H nird full jini'lUii'rirK.  SKCON'l) HANDjUjU'IJINKRY KOU SAI.K.-Orre 5-fooi I'rjlion wnlerv Jiocl, ividl h GOO feet, "8 tol(i"  Rliinal riveted pipe.   Olio lOxaxl'i outsido inicked plunder Kinking pump.    Kock drills, stoping  bars, &c, &c.  AGENTS NORDHEY PUMPS. STOCK  CARRIED.  P.   O.   Box  198. THIRD   AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  ffxxx_cixxixzxzxx__xxxizaxzxxxzzzzz-zzzzxz-_zxzxzxxzzzzzixzxixzzzzzzzxxxzxzxzr.zxxzxxzxxzxxszxziixxzzzzzxzzxzx} iiiu:  IJTI-IE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE?  8 No. 4, K. W. C. Block, NELSON, B. C. ���  M  M  Gold, Silver-Lead and Ooi-por Mines wanted at the Exchange. g  Free-Milling Gold Properties -wanted at once for Eastern Investors.        E  Parties havirirjr mining proporty for side n.ru rsriiicstcrt to Rfind srimpl-JH nf their ore to the S  Excliangu for uxhihiijon. Wo desiro to liuur from all pnrfpeetora who havo promising minoral H  claims in British Columbia. K  Prospectors and mining mon are rociuoatcd to mako tho Exchange their headquarters whon S  in Nolson.  All samples should bo sent by express. Prepaid.   Correspondence solicited.  Address all communications to  Telephone-10-1 ANDREW   F.   ROSENBERGER, ���  P. O. Box 700 Nelson, B. C.  irxxxrixixxTTTTTiTTTT-trirririxrTTxrc^  E.   K.   STRACHAN,   PLUMBER  [Successor   to   Strachan  Bros.]  Having hought out my brother's share of the business, I am still at the  old stand and continuing to do first-class work and will guarantee satisfaction in all braucnes of plumbing.  "NOTICE.  CANCELLATION     OF     RESERVATION  KOOTENAY   DISTRICT.  Notice is hereby given'that the,reservation jjlaeed on niuL particular parcel of  land, which may bo described as conrmenc-  ln*-r at the norihtruat corner of Township  ���(.���...��� j'jigrit A, Kootonay district, winch is  also the nortrreast corner of blcck: 12,  granted to the Nel.son & ��� Port" Shepparu"  Kailway Company by crown fa-ran t ualod  ith March, lSUo: thence due east IC miles;  thence due south to the international boun-  H.ary,:, lho��ce duo west along said boundary  16 miles: thence north to the place of commencement, notice whereof was published  In the British Columbia Gazette, and dated  ith May, 1SUG, is hereby rescinded.  t-*       .    r, , W. S. GORR,  Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works.  Lands and Works Department.  Victoria, B. C, 23rd May, 1901.  NOTICE  OF_ASSIGNMENT^  Notice Is hereby given that George M.  Fronk, of tho eity of Nelson, in tlio province of British Columbia, merchant,  carrying on business on Baker street in thesaid cily of Nelson, has by deed beariiirr  clu.te.lllh day of July, 1901, assigned all  his real and personal property except as  therein mentioned to A. P. Hay of the city  of Nelson, in the province of British Columbia, accountant, in trust for. the purpose of paying and satisfying rateably and  proportionately and without-preference or  priority the creditors of the said George  ��� Jl. Fronk.      ��� - . .  The said deed was executed by the said  George M. Fronk and the said A. Pv Hav  on the llth day of July, 1901, and the said  A.  P.  Hay has undertaken the trust_cre-~  ated by the said deed.  All .persons having claims against the  said George jM. Fronk are required to forward to the said A. P. Hay, Nelson, Ti. C,  particulars of their claims, duly verified,  on or before the 15th day of August, 1901.  All persons indebted to the said George  M. Fronk are required to pay the amount  due by them to the said trustee forthwith.  Ariel notice is hereby given that after the  loth day of August, 1901, the trustee will'  proceed to distribute the as.*ots of the estate among the parties entitled thereto,  having regard only to the claims which  tho said trustee shall then have had  notice.  And further tako notice that a meet-  =ing=ot=thocrodItoi-s=wIli-be-held=alrthG*offl^=  ces of the undersigned on the 20th day of  July, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the giving of directions with reference to tho disposal of the estate.  GAI-MHRR.& WILSON,  Solicitors for Trustee,  K. XV. C. Block, Baker Street, Nelson.  Dated this nth day of July, 1901.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER  To  John  J.  McAndrews  or  to  any porson  or persons lo whom he may have trans-  lor.icd Iris Iniur-out in the Black Diamond  mineral Claim, Mituale on. thu north side  of Bear creek, about three mile.'- from lliu  town   of   111111-,   lying  south   of  and  adjoining the   '���'���������.'ning  Star mineral  claim,  Nelson ruining iUvImuii of West Kooicruiy  district,   ami   recorded   In   thu  recorder':-  olllce   for   the  Nelson   mining  division,  i'ou  and   each   of  you  tire  nereby   notified that 1 have expended two hundred and  twelve dollars and  iwerny-llve corns i.S^l-'.-  25'   ln   labor  aud   Improvements   upon   thu  auovu   mentioned   mineral   claim   ln   order  to  hold sirid mineral  claim  under tlie pi'u-  visluns  of  the  Mineral  Act,  and  if  wiihin  ninety days from  the date of this notice  you lull or refuse to contribute your portion   ol.   such   oxpendlttiica   together   with  all  costs  of advertising,  your interests  in  said claims will become tire property of the  the  subscriber   under  section  -I   of  arr  act  entitled,   "An   Act   to   Amend   the   Mineral  Act, 1DIHJ." JOHN Dl!*AN.  Dated at Nelson this "th day of April,  lflui.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.  To Herbert Cuthbert or-to any person or  persons lo whom ho may have transferred his lntertrst In the Blend mineral  claim, situato on the west fork of Rover  creek, in tho Nelson mining division of  West Kootcnar district, arrd recorded In  the recorder's olflco for tho Nelson mining   division.  You and each of you are hereby notified  that wc have oxponded four hundred and  eleven dollars irr labor and improvements  upon the above mentioned mineral claim  In order to hild said mineral claim under  the provisions of the Mineral Act, and If  within ninety days ot tne date of this  notice you fall or refuse to contribute your  portion of such expenditure*- together with  all costs of advertising your intorest in  said claims will become me propertj- of the  subscribers, under section -1 of an act entitled "An Act to Amend the Mineral j\.ct,  1900."  FRANK    FLETCHER,  J.   J.   MALONE.  H.    G.    NEK LANDS.  E.   T.   Tf.   SIMPKINS.  Dated at Nelson this 3rd day of June, 1901.  TENDEES   WANTED.  LIQUOR LICENSE TEANSFEES  Notice is heroby given that I intenc to  apply at the next regular sitting of thu  board of license commissioners for tho  city of Nelson, to be held after, the expiration of thirty days from the date hereof,"*  for a transfer of tho retail liouor license  now held, by me for thcj,premises known  as the Glue Pot Saloon, situated on the  west half of lot 4, block 'I, sub-division  of lot ��3, Nelson, to William AValmsley  and James Bowos. THOMAS SPROAT*.*  Witness: THOMAS M. WARD. ,     *  Dated this 2Sth day of June, 1901.        -     > ,7  NOTICE      OF      APPLICATION      FOR'  TRANSFER   OF   RETAIL   LIQUOR   LI- "  CENSE.���Notice  Is  hereby given  that we  lntend-.to apply at the next sitting of thev  board. of   license   commissioners   for   the  City of Nelson for the transfer of the retail liquor license now held by us for the ��� '  premises   known   as   the   "Office"   saloon,  situate on lot 7 in block 9, sub-division of  lot  93,  Ward   street,   in   the  said  City  of.  Nelson,   to   AVilliam   Robertson   Thomson,  of the said city.       JAMES NEELANDS,  S.  E.  EMERSON.   ,    .  "Witness: CHjYS. R. McDONALD.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 17th day of  July, 1901.  NOTICE =".  Notice Is  hereby given  that all  persons  having claims against  the iirm of Emer- '  son   it   Neelands,   saloonkeepers.   Nelson,  British   Columbia,   arc  .hereby   requested >  to  send   lire  aibic  In   to   tho said-firm* on* ��-{���  or   before   the   lirst   of  August   next,   the*  -JJ  said   iirm -having   disposed   of   their   busi-  ness here, and being about to dissolve .the  partner-ship   existing   between    thorn,    the*-  business ot the said firm will be wound up--,  immediately jfter the said 1st dav of Aug- "*-  July,  1901.       EMERSON  & NEELANDS.  Dated at Nelson,  B.  C,  this 23rd day of  ���July.  1S0I.  IVn, nil  CERTIFICATE  ���OK TUB���  Reglstpati~n of an Extra Provincial Company.  "Companies Act, 1897."  I hereby crtify th.u tho "German Mining and  Milling Company" 1ms this da> been registerrd  as an hxtrn Provincial Company, under the���  "Conipanii--jVcr. IS'17," to curry out or effect.all  or airy of lhe ohjecis hereinafter set fivth to  which tho legi laiive authority of the Legislature of 13ritr-h CUumhia extendi*.  The head ollicc of  the Company is situate la  tho ' City of Tacoma,  State  of   Washington, '  \J. o* A.  Tho amount of tho capital of the Company is  orieJiundrcd thouoftird dollars, divided into oue  hundred ihotrinrid chares nf oue dollar each.  ��� he head o/Ilce of  I he Company in thrs Province in sinrato at, Nelson, and Richard Pnpe. Labourer, whose rfddrcss is Nelson aforef-aid, is the   .  attorney for the Com jinny. '"���.������  The time of the existence of the Company ia  flftj; years. ,.- .   X ..-.  : .  Given under  my hand and peal of ofllce atr   -  Victoria, Province of Brisish Colombia, thii 10(h   .  dayof  June, ono thousand. iiiL,o  hundred and  one.  [1-S.J 7' S. Y. WOOTTON  Registrar of Joint Conipauies*.  Tho ohjects for whicli tho Company has been  established are those f-et, out in the Certiflcato of -'  Registration granted to the Company un the let  February, 189!', and whicli appears in fhe British  Columhia Gazette on t.he 18th February. 1847.  WEST TRANSFER CO.  ^=N=-TrMAOIiEODrMan^er.���'  All Kinds of Teaming and Transfer  Work.  Agents for Hard and Soft Coal. Imperial nr_  Company. Washington Rrick, Limo & Manufacturing Conrpany. General commorcial agenta  and brokers. ,.;.,  . All coal and wood strictly cash on delivery.  "2P  TKIjRPHOVTC 147.  Office 184 Baker St.  R.B. REILEY  SUCCESSOR TO II.  D.  ASHCROFT.  BLACKSMITHS   AND    WOOD   W0RK--T.*  EXPERT HORSESHOEINC.  Special attention given to nil kinds of  repairing and custom work from outside  points. Heavy bolts made to order ou  short notice.  W. P. TIERNEY  Telephone 265.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Office: Two Doors West C. P. R. Offices  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  For the erection of a cyanide mill building for the Ymir Oold Mines. Limited,  plans and specifications may Ire seen at  the Nelson olllce of Hie ootnpnr.v on or  beforo Monday, ���'9th July. 1901. All materials arc to be supplied by the com pan v.  The lowest or any bid not necessarily accepted. j\I1 bids to be in by Tuesday, 30th  July.  Larco stock of high-class Imported goods  specialty of the  square   shoulder���th  A  e   latest  fashion In nmtn  IRKjUONT  HOTHL BLOCK.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner of Victoria and Kootenay Streets,  P. O. Box 659. TELEPHONE NO. 95v  NOTICE.  Any persons acting as trackwalker** or sp  constables  for  tho Cnnndian   Pacific Rail  Compnny   during   tho Trackmen's strike  respectfully notified that thoy aro aotln|_ ag  the best interests ot organiz id labor.  T. G. McM.AVAMON,  Organiitfr B. of R. T,  Nelson. Juno 25th, 1801.  i-\l  m THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B C- MOHDAY, JULY 29, 1901  Bear iri Wnt-that we CarrY a Fu" and ComP,ete *-'-le ��f Bat!) Requisites  Which includes  SPONGES      LOOFAHS      BATH BRUSHES  GLOVES     VIOLET AMMONIA  FLORIDA and TOILET WATERS  And in fact everything- to make one feel comfortable and re-  ��� freshed these hot days.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VIOTORIA  BLOOK  NELSON,   B. O.  \  GITY LOCAL NEWS  '���&  KO    219   BAKER   STEHBT,   NELSON.  BOOTS!       BOOTSJ!       BOOTS!  For a few days only we will hold a slaughtering-  discount sale of boots and shoes.  J. A. Gilker, Proprietor  TELE'f-nNE 39.  P. O   BOX 527.  elson Saw & Planing mills  IL,I3VEITE3 ID-  CHARLES HILLYER, President  HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  -*5r'  ,-  TI,'-.-(�� inwUncpivr.d **0 n.nnOfnftof loK-f-nniT'lrrlin and wu rtir picparedtn ont 1 he largest "hills  of liriitn--!jf rrryr'i ii-i n-or lonKths.   KMirrirr. ci Knur atatiy time.   'Ihe largest stock ot sank,  (looii. ar.d uioiilJiriijs rn ICooterinj.  ���OAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  OFFICK AVI) YAWLS:   COUNTER HALTj AMD FIIOVT STRKKT.*-.           i<tf'  Mr  Hft,- . j  fl  Si  '  k i'- ���  m r  5 �����?*<&!  m  mi  .(__>. (Z>.G2_'<^-t,  7��<=-*-��  %  MORRISON & CALDWELL  PROVISIONS   AND   PRODUCE.  rt/w  ��  OUR LEADERS���  '     The well-known Newdale Creamery Butter  In ,vll Hizi-d packriKes arrd 1 pound brrcks  September Selected Ontario Cheese  Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese  , .    Fresh Bogustown Ranch Eggs  Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee and Spices  P1  Baker Street,  -&felson. 13. C.  Morrison & Caldwell  M  I1"**-   *  ill S  l.af >*  ht \  tei  Ifr!  ^HAMMOCKS  REFRIGERATORS  few  ^E0R_TH E_B A LANCE OF THE SEASONjyE ARE  OFFERING THESE LINES. AT COST.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  ImnorterB and Dealers In Shelf and Heavy Hardware.          The -sale of tho Victoria block to J. B.  Johnstone   is   re-ported,    the   price   stated  beiriK  $;'2,5000.  * *   *  Horn in Nolson, on Sat unlay to lhe wife  of II. K. "Macdonnoli, general freight itgunt  of tlie C. P. It., ti son.  \V*. A. Gitilihor. JI. P.. wos at Revelst-rkc  on S'lUir-Ji.y. He has benn .is fnr north as  the liV,-Mi!2 House o.a the Cariboo road,  IouI-Iiik  niter  the  wants  of   his  eon.stitu-  -.���nis in Cariboo.  * ���   ���  D. J. Robinson has added a furniture va*i  to his retail furniture establishment. The  vnn Is the lirst of its land in Nolson. I.i  hns a box 8 by 12 anil is so constructed -ih  to Ki-cally .simplify the moviri-? of all kinds  of furniture.  * *   ���  The fund for the benefit of J. (J. Burr-res  was increased on Saturday by subscriptions from the following- r.n.ned: V. J.  Uuss:-ll $2.Sf), James NcclanJfc $1, T. P.  May *J1, Thomas McAstocker $1, and J. 13.  Pou p fa S2.  v ��  ��  ���  Harry Houston, Bob Thompson, Ti. J.  Colenv.in and G. H. Taylor, made the record catch on Six-mile creek yesterday,  when they took &12 trout. The fish were  taken ten miles up and the count of the  fishermen  was taken without question!  William Whitley of Slocan Junction was  ��� charged beforo J. Iv. btriichan, J. P., with  threal.-nlns- James Kinney, also of the  ���Junction. The ;u--:iised was bound over to  l.-eep the peace, and m default of finding  two sureties was. cjiven two months' im-  prisonm-nit, and also to-pay the costs of  tho court. -  ��   ���   *  The Victoria Times,- and the Colonist  both print views of the West Arm of ICootonay lako at Nelson. One view is from'the  C. P. It. wharf lookinr-- up the outlet: the  other is from the city wharf looking down  the outlet. This stretch is the -inr on  v.hich the races of the North Pacilic regatta will tako place next year.  .   .   .  Undor the new pa'ssensor schedule -of  the Spokane. Palls & Noithern, which goes  into effect August 1st, nassenjrers willar-  i i\e it Mount-Tin Sioiiik t.. "i i��ln��U md  at the T'nirn depot in Nelson at t> 05 r rn  Passeni-:cis foi Kaslo will be tiansteiicd  at Five mille Point and -nivi- ir th n*  dc-ti ritlm at ') il p m Tid it Sintloi, it  10 "iO a   m   the noxt d i\  * *   *  The cricket pla\cis \ei\ propel Iv enin-  1>1 tin tint thoii pla\ was inteileicd with  bv bovs ostonsibK pr icticrn^ at laciosse  Were such tttempts of interference made  durm-*- a Rime of base ball the vounffsfci i  would have got a shtkin*-; up 111 it thov  would not forget On Stti.ti'u .ifleinoon  th��> mlei I oi once was so m mirestly intended that It is tne dulv of tho police to  be prp"f>nt on s'lth occasion*? hoieuft v  and keep ordet  * *   ���  JMiliP O Prion had a lather tl.irlln ^ o*v-  rcnonce on his ettiiii trip from tlie S*-  Maiv s distiic^ wlicit ho w , , (liniia* ���: <  scssmenc wrrk upon i 'iu"-ib3* of ci urns  whicli ho holds in that ���-ection He stalled  bnck with his jiaok hois<* laden with sul  hcient sample1* from the claims lo con  stitute a smeltei ���-hipnriit and m ina^oJ  well enough till he came to a ���-tioam the  biidge ovei which had s-one out He st irted  the pack horse acioss, but when ne mid-*  the opposrte bank found that he was minus  both his aorso and the similes lie made  the rest of the ,hst nice Ir Nel ,oi on foot,  and wil' not till anv no unci* the apsli p  occuned lest thoy should know l-o". fai  he had to walk  PERSONAL.  P. J. Nichols of the Fern mine is at the  "Vladden.  * ��   *  H. D. I*. Stewart of Medicine Uat is registered at the Hume.  * ��   *  il. K. Price of the Granbv smelter is at  the Phair.  * *   ��  Ueorijo J.'ieoby and wife ot Montreal aro  stopping lit the I-'hair.  * ���   ���  Henry Roy of the London Consolidated  Company is at the'Phair.  * ���   ���  ���   Is. McDonald, a Wi'iinijievr Insurance m im,  is registered at the Phair.  * *. ���  Mrs. H. G. Goodeve loft Nolson Inst night  for Winnipeg, on a visit to relatives.  * *   ���  K. Smith of Rossland and A. K. Floe.tet  of Ijiniii, Ohio, are registered at. the Kun.e.  * ��   ���  C. E. Smith of Montreal and If. H.  Welsh of Victoria aro registered at the  Phair.  * *   *  O.sca-*  Sodorbprg.  one  of  tho  lirst  owners of the Kootenav hotel on Vernon street  is stopping nt the Grand Central.  .   .   ���  Bruce R. AVarden, the Rossland mining  engineer, left on yesterday's bout to look  over ���������jine mining rropi-rties in Kast Kootenai*. ;  * *   *  XV. A. Galliher, M. P., returned to Nelson -.yesterday ..after an absence of several weeks spent in a trip to the Cariboo  country.  �����-*���������  II laiekr-ran. mining engineer for the Lavina group, iofc for. the Lavina :,u.i-tv���  to lay out the work tli&'mnna^enien't has  decided upon for the present season.  * �����*��'  F. E. Hobbs left Rjvcl'Stoko on Thursday for Vancouver to take a position of  locomotive foreman in the C. P.. K. shop:*  ;vice George Middleton resigned. Mr. Mid-'  dloton has secured a position in the government assay oflico at Vancouver.  * *   * -       -  F. J. Flnucane, manager of tne Greenwood branch of the. Bank of Montreal,,  Ij. P. de Vi-uor,- manager of the New lien-'  \ei b a-i^h of the same instrttuien, and  Hubert V lluines of the Rank ul Corn-  nun e it i'unblock aie leistered it  the   Ph.ih  ZE3Z.    B"lTE]I?rS   cfc  TELEPHONE! 27  Store, Corner Baker  GARDEN   TOOLS.  PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.  REFRIGERATORS     rubber and cotton hose.  POULTRY  NETTING  Sole   Agents   for   Giant   Powder   Company    and   Truax   Automatic   Ore   Cars.  ZsTELSOISr  STORES   AT  KLA.SLO  s^k.3sroo3sr  not coming up to the minimum in  weight, are 'charged the full carload  rate. Full carload rates are also  charged for a traction engine, although  )fclio weight he only S00O to 11,000  pounds, and the minimum for a caiioad  is 20,000 pounds. Twenty-six cents a  mile is the rate charged for hauling  a single traction engine 100 miles in  Ontario, the rate being second-class,  ���with a minimum of 10,000 pounds. In  Michigan the rate is 15 per cent less  than 19 1-2 cents per mile. It was also  stated that the Detroit wholesale houses  shipped largely into Canada owing to  the favorable rates thoy obtained, while  if they had to pay the rates from Windsor' the'trade would be reserved for  Canadian firms. It is time we had a  railway commission authorized to suspend this system of protection established by the Canadian railways for the  benefit of the infant industries of the  United   States.���Toronto   Globe.  ���:- * *  -:��� * *  NLW WHHE THE WEATIJU? IS HOT THE BUSY HOUSEWIFE SHOULD USE  & W  %  Canned Fruits and Fish. They are as good as  the best home-made preserves. Have ��� a tin  on your next order.  Wm.   Hunter   &  Co.  Bakep Street, Nelson.  'If  11!  ^^TCTIT    J~-A- IRS  IN HALF GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS.  WE! ALSO HAVE ALL KINDS OF FRUIT.  ��,aBt.on Block. Baker Street. JOHN   A.    IRVING     &   CO,  Uwlep-iono 161.   P. O. Sox 176 0 v~  Program of White Bear Company.  J.im s   W.tiiei   of   Toinruo,    Lire   it pie  sentathc of the Whit    l"nai jVInniM Com-  pj.iry, is rtgljleiecl  tt tho Hume   Mi    \v',ri-  len h.i-    m extensive piogiaii oC do* clo]  ment nianpetl out for the White j'.eai* company. At a lTieetiri!.' of the .shareliolUers of.  the company held In*Toronto, it' was do-;;  cjded   to   make   an   asocssment   of ' tlu-pe  cents per share upon the stock of the company, which will provide S'UO.Ouij for development   purposes   J'.nd   this   anrotr::t   it   is  proponed to spoiiil this sens<in.iii prospect���  it\K   the   ec.rhprlny's   property,   whiih   acl-.  .toins the I'.'.nek Bear in the Hoshinrt cimpJ  Mr.  Warren is also the representative of  the  Hunker Kill  Minim-- Company,  which  is  operating- the  Bunker Kill  property in  the vicinity *-C Waneta. This company has  jilread y_a_otan'p_mill_onjts_pro per.ty,_but_  the results so far obtained have not V.eon  satisfactory and the-, syndicate i.: now con-  'Mlclei'ingr  the  advisability  of pntfins  in  a  cyaniding   riant.   The   Hunker   Mill   o--i*s  carry, from ?3 lo $13 in gold, hut.from i-x-  perinionts  made  it  has  been  shown   that  the   ore   is   not   amenable   to   a   milling  treatment in  that the greater part of the  values escape  In  the concentrates and in  the tailings. As there Is a sixteen mllo haul  from the mill to the railway It becomes important   that a greater  saving  should  be  effected   In  the  treatment of  lire ere and  for  this  reason   the eompany  h.*.*-  decided  to Install a cyaniding plant at tlit. mouth  of the  Bunker  Hill  tunnel.  This work,  it  Is  said,   will  be undertaken  early  in  September, when  work upon  the Uiuil-cr Mill  whi be re'iiim*-'. upon a large srr.le.  v '.-  'b Paid L,ocals, TWO CENTS a *  -b woid each nisei tion No local ac- -I-  *���!- copied for less than 23 cents. *b  ���b 'b *b *b 'b *b ���{- 'b *b *b -b *b *b *b 'b v ���i- ���!���  PAID LOCALS.  Nelson    Holer    Hu      15i*ii t    liij-et    the  ' Sti ithcon i    lloise    Vunch  '    On    todaj  liy it  All      temu> 1 ince     people      citi     Junk  double-Jeiscy buttermilk without feat of  inebriation To bo had onl\ at fie Manhattan   Josephine stieet  lb a tonic and food as veil as a beverage  lionbieu  A Misleading Statement.  The Uevolstoko Herald gives currency  in iho stalenif.'ut lhat minors are paid $!..!">  In Rossland for (;ii;!it hours work. Xn such  wages a ns paid Sn llos.-i'.anii or in any  other mining camp orr I lie VacHie Coast.  The wrists in Hjs.'il'.nd a.o $.'!.:.'"> a day for  harnmorsmori mil .Vl.frO a day for ninchlno-  mon, niuckc.i getting $2,511 a day. In Virginia, Ni-viida m'licrh mv paid j'l a day f.ir  oiglrt hour shillc. and havo been paid at  that rate for over thirty yeras. At Rossland noarly all (hi- drilling wr.s done l>y  contract, and it is claimed by Iho mine  managers that tho contractors wero averaging if-l.-i a day. Newspapers like (lie  Ucvelsloke llcrald should bo more careful in publishing staieni'.nts rogarding a.  matter that is of so much importance to  Kootenay as Lhe closing down of the big  mines at Itossland.  Aftermath of the Congress.  LONDON, July 28 T God grant that bo-  ioio long jou mav b2 ible to ind a uuie  foi < anf ei oi ch< <J. 'Is, i.ot.rsc ' Thi*? sen-  tonic in lar g ruw.nds addiess to the  delegati , to trie 13iiti--'�� ,��.o* gicbs ot tub*r  eule sis Ins b��< n L(/sui*(ect of much pu-  ^ ate i_iiriiiii< nt and li is gi\ i n \ it.ili'v to th--  gossi a ot so rn. ^l���lls> igo that the king >\as  alloc led -.wlh otnccx ot tbe th.uit, lot  which, hlv^t^^. thei a .__ no to t of tour,  dation Iri] this sentence kin^ lldwaid  doubtlcoj** icfoued io the ���-uiti.ungs ol his  sisfer empi ess Trcdci ick ot Gcrai iri\ wni  is daily repotted to be in a moro piinful  condition and whom kins lOd va'd will  shoitly Msit 'Iho American deicgites to  the ljiilish congress, which teiminatod  July 2Gth, arc now leaving -'.London. D..O.  S.'.'-Knopf, said to the. Associated Press:  "This congress has been .unique in regard  to attendance as well as -to Dr. Robert:  Koch's sensational announcement, which,  coming from the discoverer of the tuberculosis germ, necessarily attracts worldwide attention." .Allen'"Knight of Chicago,  -speaking in this connection said: "Dr.  Koch has performed -world wide , service  in calling -attention to the- precautions  necessary to prevent the spread of this  disease and' it is now the duty of every  government to prove whether or not Dr.  rKoch's=slntcmenls=wera=true,=and=I=hope=  to sac investigations prosecuted to demonstrate whether Dr. Koch was w'ror.g  or right." Dr. Hatz of Detroit, referring  to Dr. Koch's announcement said: "Dr.  Koch touched upon a difficult ���-matter to  handle, but every .known consumptive  should bo prosecuted lor promiscuous expectoration.'' Referring to tlie matter of  expectoration, Di\ Knopf said: "We do  not want to become ptithlsisphobes oi  pl-liRlsinuiiiru-K. I don't believe tne man  who expectorates in the street, where  there Is plenty of fresh air and sunshine,  injures any one and VI do believe he doea  himself much good."  To the Pole by Motor,     "  "By Motor to the North Pole".may be  tho title of a future volume -f. Evelyn  Baldwin, who has started for the-extreme noitli, is <*o lucky as to pl.int tlio  Amencan llajj on the end of the woild'ta  axi-*, says the London E\pi ess A p.i-  tiol motoi for use on the gioat ice plain*!  is a novel \entuie, and Mi Baldwin  has Rieat hopes of being able to finl an  ice held so level and so huge th it he  can uisli o\oi it in his motor to the  pole itself. It is a cl.iimg- conception,  but. as. Mi Baldwin saul bofoie leaving "It's onginahty that wins, and u  the ice is at all ina.elic.iblo for niotot  dnvni'r I will make a dash foi the  North pole At any late, the tcuf-tcut  of a motor will be heaid far inside the  Aictic cncle" The Baldwin-Zciglei expedition will stait fiom Tiomsoc is joon  as Mi. Baldwin, who has left Loudon,  iir'vcs at that poit. Tlnce vessels,  carrying three yeais' supplies, will leave  togethei. Mr Ziegler, who financed the  expedition, has" supplied e\ orythmg .hat  can possibly be needed m the Aictic legions The motoi taken is a fivc-hoiso  powei Docauville voitmette of the ,lile  that recently i.m 1000 miles continuously, .'nil Mi Baldwin i& rao't1 than  confident that it will canv lum a long  way, if not all the way, to the pole  Great Revival m Japan.  SAN FRANCISCO, Tuly 2S ��� Miss A  M Hawley, Miss D Bailow and Miss  Wilbcibe.Baptist missionaries, nist ai  rived fiom Yokohama, ropoit that tot  the fust time in the histoiy ot Japan  'there has been a great levival leccnllj  by all dcnominat'oiib in that countiy  The woik has been inauguiated and  earned on by native missionaiies,. lhe  government has showed, great kindness  to foreign reliirioiis workers. - ��.  *'* .J-. .'��� ��J�� ��t�� .!��� ���"�� ���% ���% .% .1. .1. .% ��J�� .". .J. ^. .**  ���I** Classified advertisements in- ���>  ���J- serted for ONE-HALF CENT A -I-  *b word each insertion. No adver- ���!���  ���J- tisenient accepted for less than -b  -b   2,r) cents. ' '���I*  *!" "!��� "I" *b 'b 'b 'b *b 'b *b *b -b -b 'b *b 'b *b 'b  ARTICLES FOR SALE.  SI3WING  M.ACHINKS  OF  ALL  KINDS  for rent at the Old Curiosity Shop.  FOR   RENT. ;  FOUNTSI-TKD FRONT ROOMS AND  sitting room to let; over Vanstone's drug  store; $2.50 per week.  SEVEN KOOM IIOUST* ON CAKBON-  ate street, between Stanley and Kootenay  streets; bath room, hot and cold water.  Kent ?25.  Imiuire AV. I'. Robinson, Nelson.  FURNISHED FRONT ROOM'AVITH OR  without board. Apply four doors above  City Hall,  Victoria street.  ���'SEVEN ROOM AND BASEMENT  house on the corner' of Victoria and  Cedar .streets; modern conveniences. ijHa.  Apply to J. Coxhead, Cedar street.  SIj-v ROOM COTTAGE AT- BALFOUR  to let by the-mouth, or for tho season. .Immediate possession. Good fishing. Apply  C. W. Busk, Kokanee creek. Phone (ilia.  Or to R. I -I" Williams, Iiaker street. Nelson.  FOR   SALE���REAL   ESTATE  roii ralij, RjVmjii on  kootlnav  11\ ei ,   iinpio\cd    I mimic  W    P   Robinson.  I\el-o i  LOST  LOST���ON \\ 1.11M.SU \ . M TFKNOON  betwien boil house and l'luii llolil two  photos in |)o< Kct illjiirn I'lirder will bo u-  w nded on r i. tin ning sum. to olllco ot  H imilton  1'uwdct   Comp m\  FOR SAIjE  J OH SM L���'I llJti:il HACK NORSES  throe pick mil urn ildinu s iddli (,  l'i iser, J'alb  slieo,,   lltei  ti p   *n *-  Should be Made Go.  If pieuVor Di.nsnutir would givo his minister nf cdiiealion his walking panels and  give the job to captain Tatlow* of Vancon  vor. lie would not only sirengthen his  gove-nm^nl, but give tiro people a capable  administrator of an important department.  Prentice  should  be  made  go!  Mr. Christie Dead.  LONDON, Onl., .Inly US-Mrs. M. Robinson Christie, wi low of l!r�� late Hon.  David Christie, late similiter of the senate, who w.15 also .secrolary of state in  file Mackenzie administration, died Friday, aged 8C.  A South African Gooseberry.  LONDON, July 2S.-^-Unitcd States ambassador Choate has left London for  Holland, says tho Daily Express, not  for a holiday, so rumor states, but af.  tho invitation of Mr!1 Kruger, who desired him to act as mediator in bringing about a settlement. It would naturally be supposed that a settlement  could not take iilaco without the irrepressible Dr. Leyds, but if Mr. Choate  has gone to Holland, Dr. Leyds has left  the country for Brussels, starting Saturday. No importance is attached to  this rumor by the Daily Express, for  the paper refers to it editorially in a  facetious vein ; as a. "South American  gooseberry."  Is  sold  everywhere.  Ironbrew.  Try it. ironbrew..  Special Bargains  RojfttSjmShojBjs  Notwithstanding that there are  two bankrupt stocks of boots and  ���shoes now being offered in tliis city,  I- ara prepared to meet the price.*-  listed for same, and aH my stock is  fresh���just opened* up���from the  manufacturers, I would solicit an  inspection before pui'chaKinj-*.  Tlie results that I have obtained  since advertising my discontinuance  in business have been mo.-t satisfactory. Tho grent variety of my  .stock of clothing and gentu' furnishing'-, with all prices marked in  plain figures, lias proven an irresistible factor in securing Miles.  Those who have not taken advantage of ray ieductions should  call and compare prices and quotations with those offered in any  other store in the city. Everything  is offered at eastern wholesale cos!.  SITUATION'S   VACANT  "w w'Ti'-'no   an n   irou   kailw \\  consii ui-linn $J >0 pei di\ Deck li mils,  bell bo\ nlc'hl pot Li r -A irlusses, mils,  mil Worn in cook nul w.iilies- -\ ii--i  "WO lor lhe two jNelson lhnplo\ merit  A���etiLi Hiker slreet I'hone SO. J 11  Love  WANT CD LU'OTCi'RS AND TRjVM-  stus loi rallioid conslr iiclion Help Im-  nisheu lice Appli al \\ o Inn Ciiudiaii  Lrnoloj inenl   Olllco,    W.nd   stn,et,   jNelson  V.WTI l> 1 U\S -GOOD M i l\ i; w-l)  uliible bo. s to id is selhii-, i=enls foi  Tliw Jj nly l.ibunt. ri t\^r\ town in ICool-  en   j    mu   iulc dibliicls  " WANTED���MINING~PROPEUTinS~  Ii'RIjD jMIIjLINI"- COLlJ lJU01"*LRTIfS  Wi ui- in \'ous to su.un. i l< w tiee mill-  infe' Kold propoLii-s il onct The Prosinc-  tois J \ilinifc,<- "solson, li C Room 1,  K   XV   C   Rlotk  noi-'j    covplr     siLvnr.    lhad  minis md [lospirl- w.inud S nil i v poi t  and Mirnplrs to tho 1'iot.pec tois nxehingc,  Nilson   R   C,  Koom   I   K    \\    C   Block  teas!  Avn  nwc  ixoian,  en-. IjON   a\u  China teas in great variety, choicest tiiral-  ity. We. make a .specialty of blending teas  and sell them In any quantity at lowest  rates.-Koolonay  Coffee  Company.  JAI'AN TKA OF ALL, KINDS TO SUIT  your taste. Sun cured, . Spider..'L,c_r, Ran  Fired; irr bulk or packages. Kootenay Coffee Company.  T.I-1'jVT FINE BLUNDOF CEYLON TE/\.  ivo arc selling <u :W cents per pound is  giving lhe best of satisfaction to our many  customers.   Kootenay   Coffee   Company.  ��� FURNITURE.  11. J. ROUISRTSON .fc CO., FURNITURE  dnalors,   undertakers and .embalmers.   Day  =7l)honu=N.o.=2<Jl.,,=niglit=plione=No.=i;07.=NexU  new   postollice   building,    Vernon   street,  Nelson.  DRAYAGE.  FURNITURE, PIANOS, SAFES, ETC..  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J. T. Wilson, Phone 270, Prosser's second Hand store, Ward street.  "      CPIOP~HOUSa ^~  PIONEER CHOP HOUSE, JOHN  Spear, proprietor, opposite Queen's 1-Iotel,  linker street. Nelson. Open day and night.  Lunches a specialty, l'icnlc and traveling  parlies supplied ou -shortest notice.  JOU CREAM AND FRUIT.  FOR COMKORT AND CONVENIHNCI*  go to the leo cronm parlors of J. A. iVlc-  IJoiialil, flaker street, whore every attention nnd  retpilsilc is supplied.  Railway Bate Incniiry  Professor McLean's investigations in  London have brought forth the already  familiar complaint of higher rates on  Canadian than on American freight. It  was stated that the all-rail rate on wire  from Cleveland to Chatham was '13 1-2  cents a hundred pounds, while from  London to Chatham it was 22 cents. On  shipments of iron and steel from Gueiph  to London 12 cents per hundred pounds  was charged on car lots; less than car  lots 15 cents. From Buffalo the rates  were 9 and 11 cents respectively; from  Toronto, 14 and 18 cents; from Pittsburg,  18 and 21 cents. According to a statement handed in hy the head of a large  manufacturing firm, the rate for a 20-  mile haul for a portable engine from  London is $!), while in Michigan It is $'7.  Two portable engines in a car, although  THE0   MADSON  Baker Street.  Nelson, B. C.  FISHING TACKLE  "WE IIA.VK THK  BKST   FL1KS  AKD   THE  UKST  LEADERS  MADE.  ARCHITECTS.  A.  C.  IOWA RT.���ARCHITECT,   ROOM':*,  Abei'dooii   Block,  linker* Street,  Nelson.  ���I" "I- ���!��� -b -b -b *b ���!��� -b *b -b ���!- *b -b -I- -J- *b ���I-  v Cards of Wholesale Houses, un- -b  'b der classified heads, will be *i-  ���!��� charged' 50 cents a line per *b  ���b month. No-advertisement accept- ���!���  ���J- ed for less than ?.l por, month. *!���  *b 'b *b 'b *b 'b *b *b *b *b *b *b *b *!��� 'I* *b *b *b  Minnows, silver and ji-nld and Phantoms  Silk  Lilies  Landing Net-*  And a splendid lino of nil fishing requisites.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.  K.-W.-C. Blook.      Corner Ward and Uaker Ste  ���   ASSAYERS'  SUPPLIES.  XV. F. T'SETZF.Cj i-i CO.���CORNER OF  Baker and Josephine streets, Nelson,  wholesale dealers in assayer's supplies.  Agents for Denver Fire Clay Company if  Denver, Colorado.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  II. J. EVANS & CO.���P.AKER STREET,  Nelson, wholesalo dealers in liquors,  cigars, eeniont, lire brick and flro i_lay,  water pipe and steel rails, and general  commission  merchant:*.  ELECTRICAL. SUPPLIES.  ICOO'I'I'-NAV ELECTRIC SUPPLY &  Construction- Company.��� wholesale dealers  In telephones, annunciators,, bells, batteries, electric! fixtures and appliances. Houston Block, Nelson. >  LIQUORS  AND  DRY  GOODS.  TURNER, BEETON & CO.���CORNER  Vornon and Josephine streets, Nelson,  wholesale dealers irr liquors, cigars and dry  goods. Agents for Pabst Brewing Company  of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Company of Calgary.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P. BURNS &,.CO.���RAKER STREET.  Nelson, wholosnlo dealers ln fresh and  cured meats. Cold storage.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY,-I-IAl'l-  tcd���Corner of Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholosalo dealers in wines, case and  bulk, and domestic and Imported cigars.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES  If. BYERS ,*i CO.���CORNER RAKER  and Josophino slreols. xv��ison, .wholesale  dealers In hardware and mining supplies.  Agents for Giant Powder Company.  LAAVRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY���  Baker street, Nelson, wholesale dealers in  liardwaro and mining supplies, and water  and plumbers' supplies.    ���_  GROCERIES.  A. MACDONALD & CO.���CORNER OF  Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale  grocers and jobbers in blankets, gloves,  mitts, boots, rubbers, mackiun.wK and miners' sundries.  KOOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY, T,TM-  lled.���Vernon street, Nelson, wholesale  grocors.  JOHN CHOI-DITCH <���"���. CO.-FRONT  struct, Nelson, wholesale grocers.  J. Y. GRIFFIN ct CO.���FRONT STREET,  Nelson, wholesale'.. dealers in, provisions,  cured moats, butter and egi;.-,.. 7 ,  " NOTIOE. ~~    ~~~  P\     i   ic*-oh lion   pis^od   b\    tho  council  ���il   .hi   i il\    il    I   i   in   on   t'n*  __i il   i  i      n  I ul      l'Ji'l   th* building knn\ i    i    Ih     \1 ini-  molli   s ilonii      no ih    on   lit   2.1    block   "  ill 11-   '1     1     llu   iiI\   i I   l\ islo     ilie 1   ism ^si d  io  llit   estate of  l"<l\\ ml Liiun    \\ is coil  denine 1    is    i   mils un_v    in1    i   iihiihi    lo  publn   sijii\    (.ml or 1*10(1 tin'   it  In   pullul  down     I'lii*-  Is  to  'ioIiIn    ill    i nr     on I  thu  ii ti If i    sud  liiiildiiii*   i    p M cil  down  ulllni  li\i    d   \s   I    >i'i   iho   due   ot   this   iijlue  sirne  will  be  pulled  down  l\   Up* loi por i-  tion    it   tin   cost  o1   ll-e ownoi  \   W     \1 br.N. Citv Pleik  Iii do   P.   0     lul>  -'"th. TMM  ************************** *r  Hi               Hi  iiil'  uV  Hi  '���*  UV  *  V  T��  9*  m  <n  <?<  m  i*  m.  ��f��  ^*  THESE  HOBDAYS  QUENCH  YOUR  THIRST WITH  Anheiisoi l)ii��eh  Hi in I'ir list (Mil  v irrke- l!o..r Cal  giry llii-i. 1'i-is  t< n r \, Co llr or,  (Josriell Jiier, .md  Donhle .Teis'\  Butter rrrilk.  NlANHATTAtf  SALOON  Doriblo Jers^j  1 iriLLcr mill-  1>9*******S*~*9i**Z *********  'ft  fi  1��  11  ,^**********Hi** ******** e^  THE ATHABASCA  <n   <p  'f* XVc wrll hue   inolher fresh lot of t-  ''��� Ijimcsrn lonrniriw  mil will  seiM> .ill 1-  1�� kinds ol Itiokojs **  m  m  �� ROAST PORK AND APPLE SAUCE J  $ FOR LUNCH TODAY. *  rn-; -   ...   ....�����-,.-....               . m  *���*_**.*.*.**.*.**.*.*���*���**���*���*���**���*���**������**  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agentsfor-Ji&J.-TAYLORSAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Office  on  Baker  streot,   west  of  Stanley-  Street,  Nelson.    ���������  HIM B. CAMERON  INSURANCE.  REAL ESTATE  and MINING BROKER  FOR SALE  The well known property known ns Roberts' ranch h:i!* boon placed in my Hands  for disposal. Property must go. For priou  and other particulars call and .seo  J-.GKNT. RAKER STRKET.  rf?**^.*.**:.*.*.*.**.*-*.**:**.*.***.'**  | H. H. PLAYFORD & CO. f  91  91  9.  91  m  91  91  91  91  91  W  MADDEN   BLOCK  NELSON.  * TOBACCO  AND  9n  m  91  m  91  m  Hi  CIGAR |  Hi  MERCHANTS.  P. O. Box 037,  Telephone 117.  ^���S*.****.*.****.*:*.*.**-.***.*^^.^'  Hi  iii  W  m  9  Jr---.-  mmmm

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