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 Mineral Produotlon. of British Columbia In 1900  $16,407,645  NINTH YEAE  ���irrr v  St���*?  Mineral Produotlon of Kooten.ay It} 1900 '  $10,562,032  NELSON, B. C, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1901  FIVE CENTS  NELSON IS AGAIN DEFEATED  GOT BUT  ONE  SOLITARY HIT IN  EIGHT INNINGS.  Then Followed a Sensational Finisli, in  Which Six Safe Hits Resulted  in Seven Runs.  .Nelson's ball team proved easy victims yesterday afternoon for tho boys  from Northport. It was .a.gamo' iii  which the whole of the work for Nelson, was done hy little McAstocker on the  slab and Harry Houston behind the  bat. In fact, their play was the only  redeeming feature of the same. Me-  Astocker's work was tho finest exhibition of pitching seen in Nelson for several years, and despite wretched -support in tho field, and the absence of a  single safe hit for Nelson until two men  had gone in'.the eighth inning, ho continued to pitch winning ball, something  which few old pitchers would have boon  utterly unable to do. The game opened  bad for Nelson in that Eacritt, who had  gone behind the bat for his first game  in Nelson, received a bad cut on the  hand which put hint out of the game.  This occurred ��� after Nudcll. the flrst  Northport man up. had been sent to  first on balls and had been caught while  trying to steal second. Eacritt's dropping out of the'game forced a rccon-  f.truetion of Nelson's entire infield.  Houston was forced to go behind the  hat. Campbell replaced him on second  and Blackwood was brought in to short  from the outfield. While MacBeath was  getting ready to go on play was continued with no one in right field for Nelson. Knollman. the next man up, got  jn a scratch hit. He tried io steal second. To shin, him off Houston made a  .good throw to Campbell,\ but 'Johnnie  dropped tlie ball and a start was made  in what proved to bo a very ragged  game. Phillips then sent a 'nice easy  fly to right and there oeing no-fielder  to take care of it. the batter got to first  and Knollman jogged homo from see-  wild. Wilson then hit to second and  ���was cut off at first-by Campbell. Per-  .rott then retired the side by a. strike-,  out. the first of. an even dozen scalps  which JittJe McAstocker hung.-io**.'; his.  -���belt during .the-progress-of'the game.- 7-.  Lindsey", -who'was playing-first-,' opened the second inning for Northport-and  ���scored the first'of a series of five striko-  <ojjte which were charged up against  ' j!ii.i*i, ,F. Lindsey went out on a pop foul  to third, -'and * Gordon completed the. inning'with, a strike-out. Stone got in  tho .'first of his three'successive strikeouts in tho open ing of the third. Nudell  then" got' in a hit to* left and reached  first'.1 He was caught between first and  ���sec-phd, but poherty made an overthrow  to .second and Nudell got around to  third and a bad throw by Thompson  from center enabled him to score. Knoll-���-  ' man then hit to-left,' which he made  ���pood for two bases by reason of slow  Adding. Phillips'thengbt a charity  ���and both scored on a two-base -hit to  center by Wilson, the batter being.shut  out at third on a throw from Thompson ' t�� Campbell to Sheere. Perrott  then made his second strike-out and the  side was retired with a score of four  -runs all told. '��� .      '  ' jyicAstocker did'jhe bil]k of the busi-  ^frie^~1n"~the~foufthT^Wr-Bitidsey-opsned"-  \with.hjs second strike-out. F, Lindsey  syen.t ouj, pn a hit to short'and Gordon  ioltowed \VfRh a hit to McAstocker and  retired .the side,   ,  One more -r��n *>*���������.-���' added in the North-  port half of the fifth, Stone had made  jijs second strike-out wheij. .Nudell drove  -a hot liner to McAstocker, which struck  it-he little pitcher bn the shin and bo'-nd- ,  .eel put Of reach, thus enabling the batter, to get/.'to first. Knollman then get  flrst on an error of Campbell's. Phillips  Vont out on a fly to Sheere,- after whieh  iSllsere's error on Wilson's hit filled  .the buses. Perrot then drew a base on  ���.balls and Nudell was t'orco'l over the  'p-Jajto.. With three men on buses. McAstocker .then struck out W. Lindsey for  the third >tii**fi .and the run getting was  over"for that inning,  Northport added "two ��� more runs in  ���-.Jib,*!' hair of the sixth. ' 1<\' Lindsey got  (lrs,t on an error of Doherty'*'. Gordon  ���'i'oilwcd him on McAstocker's error.  ;Stono ftien struck out, but Nudcll sot  ���in a'-'hit"'-to center which'. Thompson  should have -covered but didn't, and  Nudell got to second, Lindsey and Gordon scoring. .A strike-out by Knollman  .and a hit to Sheer iby Phillips cira-  ���pjetecl. the. inning.  Two more runs followed i;i the  ���seventh.' Wilson opened it with' .fi -Ji.it  -,to. l.ef-t.. He ,got second on an error of  JDoherty's,".' Perrott; the next man up,  got. first on Spider's choice. W. Lind-  :'sey. then came j.ij >yith his fourth strike-  ,out, and F. Lindsey went out on a-short  hit. to Doherty.. Gordon - then hit to  Sl'ackwoo'd, who let the ball' got past  %\$r_ and Wilson and Perrott .scored,  ���Go-rrfjon being caught at third by'Ho'.u-  ���ton, gjimpbell and  Sheere.  Their eighth inning netted the visiters three runs. Stone, who had struck  Oilt three' times ih succession, drew a  .charity from' McAstocker.- He got to second on an.error by gampbell and scored  ,on Nud.ell'o hit to cen*,ci*y Blackwood's  ,er:*c** on . Knollman'.*** hit and Harry  ���Houston's two passed b'alis dj-j'ing the  '.g--ime enabled all three *hen to get  .'across the plate and an even eight V'-1--  nin'gs had been played with the sco-**?  ���standln�� 12 to 0. It.looked very much  like a shtt.t-out.  ���Nelson had played-eight innings in  ���which but one .hit had been made and  ���jji. which all told but 10 men had reach  ed first base. Tho first hit came to  Houston, who was the third man up in  the eighth, after MacBeath and Sheere  had struck out. Houston got a long  drive into right field and in trying to  get to second was shut out by Perrott.  Nelson's finish in the ninth was sensational. The boys struck a batting  streak and Wilson, who had been pitching a good game while his team had a  long lead, went all to pieces. But the  turn came loo late, as 13 runs are. too  many to expect to pull up in one inning. Doherty was the first man up:  [Ho had drawn three charities from  Wilson, but this time he got a chance  to hit and he sent a long fly to right,  which Gordon took care of. Thompson  then struck to second and was retired  at first, it was all'up to 'Johnnie Camp'  hell then to prevent a shut-out. With  two strikes called on him, Johnnie  hit to third and beat the ball out. He  lost no time in stealing second. Blackwood then got in a safe' hit to left and  Campbell scored. Then for the. flrst  time in the game the spectators became  interested . Edwards was the next man  at tho bat. He drove the ball over the'  right field fence, which has a two-base  limit. McAstocker then got in a hit to  left and Blackwood and Edwards scored.  McAstocker got second on an error by  Perrott, and MacBeath drew a charity.  Sheere then surprised everyone by getting in a long hit to left and cleared off  the bases. It was then up to Houston,  who had secured tho flrst hit of the  game. He got in another long drive  into right and tho Northport men by  this time were so completely up in the  air that they lost track of it completely  and while they were looking for it  Houston continued his circuit of the  btscs and the seventh run of the inning had been scored after two men  were out. Tho spectators began to  think that,this sort of thing could go  on forever, but they were disappointed.-  It was now up to Doherty for the second lime during the inning. He tried  hard to get the ball out, but did not  succeed in pending it out of the reach  of Lindsey at first, who shut the doc-'  tor out unassisted and the game with  its sensational finish was over.  Up to the, end of the eighth Wilson  pitched a very effective game for North-  i,port, having eight strike-outs and but  one hit charged up against him, but  when tho Nelson batters began to find',  him he went all to pieces. McAstocker  struck out all told an even dozen of'the  visitors and throughout the game had  only eight hits charged up against him.,  several of which would have boen cut  cut if tho home team had played anything like as sharp a game as the visitors.   The score follows: ,    .  NELSON.       AB. R.    H.    O. " A. E.  Eacritt,' c 1      0     0     0     1 0  MacBeath; rf. .'..'. -3:. '-1<..,-..<X. vo.^^l. ' 0-  ..Sheere. 3b 5    "1"' 1.   4*   1 '2"  ' Houston', 2b., c. .. 5      I     2    13      2 0  Doherty, ,1b -2     0     0-6     0 3  Thompson, cf. ... 3     0     0     0     1 1  Campbell, ss., 2b.. 4     1     1 ' I      3 3  Blackwood, rf., ss. 4      1      1.0      1 2  Edwards, \t. .7... 2 .   1     1     0     0 0  McAstocker, p,   ,, -4. ���  1     1     0'     1 2  Totals  ,, 83 7     7 24 11    13  NORTHPORT.   AB. R.    I-f. O. A. E.  Nudell,-ss  4 3      3 2' 2      0  Knollman, If. ....5-3     20 00  Phillips, c,-',.,.., 4 1     1 9. 1"    0  Wilson, p, .,...,, 5 1     2 3 ' 3     1  Perrott, 2b ,3 4     0 3 .2     2  W. Lindsey, lb, ,,. 5 00 8 0     0  P. Lindsey, cf. ... 4 'I     0 0 0     0  Gordon, rf.  ...... 4 10 11     0  Stone, 3b.   ....... 3 10 1 0, ���'��� 0'"  ���(   Totals'. ..37   12     8 127 9     3  Score by innings-=- '  Nelson....0   0  .0   0   0   0   0.0 7���7  Northport 10   3   0   12   2   3 *���12  FOUND GUILTY OF BIGAMY  EARL RUSSELL GETS IMPRISONED  THREE MONTHS,  Amidst Medieval Mummery the Ceremonies Are Conducted���Accused  Plead Ignorance.  INTRTCUES IN THE HAREM  Cause a Slight Blaze.  ' CONSTANTINOPLE, July IS.���Owing  to the mystery and secrecy enshrouding  all occurrences in the Yildiz palace, trie  real cause of the recent fire there has  only now transpired.   The incident was  the result of an inf,rig|ie by the ladies  of the harem against the laijy treasurer  of the harem, whom they wished to get  rid of. At the instigation of the conspirators a negro placed materials for  a conflagration in a corridor of the palace and lighted them under conditions  compromising the lady treasurer, so that  slie would be accused of the act and  .dismissed. The desired result was obtained. The lady treasurer was not  ,pnly dismussed but she was imprisoned  ill i.i*/' PAjaee, Hey rpjatiyes are influential find have been fcnqe*>;v'>>**ing to obtain her release, "There have beett numerous arrests In consequence of the  attempt at incendiarism and some of  'jthe women have been subjected to torture in the hope of extracting confessions from. them. The. sultan first bo-  fieved the conspiracy was directed  against himself.' 'The fire did not occur  in^the room adjoining that used by the  suitjah,- as first reported, but in a corridor quit-* a .long way from his majesty's  apartments,  Red Hot ih England.  . LONDON, July ,18.���The heat today is  exceeding all previous records of the  season. The' entire absence of any  breeze adds from 10 to 15 degrees to  the 87 degrees recorded by the official  thermometer, and indications point to  an increase of the stifling atmosphere.  At Bisley the shooting continues in the  sun at a temperature of 142 degrees.  '. The prolonged drouth over the country  threatens to be the most serious yet  experienced. The water supply of Manchester is already shut off from 3 until  ft o'clock in the morning and the streets  of the ��ity will no longer be watered  after this"-week.. Similar conditions are  threatened in other localities and many  factories are closing in consequence of  the exhausting of the reserves.  LONDON, July 18.���Earl Russell was  sentenced to three months' imprisonment as a flrst class misdemeanor. The  trial of earl Russell began at 11 o'clock  this morning and was carried on with  all the quaint and- middle age ceremonies. The arguments lasted one houi'.  Both the earl and ountess Russell and  their counsel pleaded they did not  know they were doing wrong, but had  acted on the best legal advice obtainable in Nevada. The peers reached their  decision after considering the case 20  minutes.  The scene in the royal gallery, temporarily converted into a court of justice, when the ��� lord high chancellor,  lord Halsbury, who had been appointed  to lord high steward for the occasion,  took his seat upon ��� the dais and the  quaint ceremonial commenced, was most  picturesque. The hall was. a magnificent blaze of color, produced both by  th'e academic robes .of the judges and  the brilliant uniforms of high state officials. Although the house of lords was  not represented in its full strength,  about 200 of the earl's peers attended his  trial and made an imposing array as  they filed into the hall', two'by, two, from  behind the throne. Lord Salisbury, the  -premier, brought up the" rear of the procession and was almost unnoticed as  he took his seat near lord Halsbury.  Immediately beneath the latter's dais  sat the 10 judges in their gorgeous robes  surrounded by a phalanx of lesser legal  luminaries. On either side of the judges  were ranged Ave benches filled with  peers whose rank was. distinguished by  the varying number of rows of ermine  and.gold lace on their scarlet mantles.  The benches reserved for peeresses were  amply filled, while the space allotted  to distinguished strangers was crowded  with diplomatists and their families, including the United States ambassador,  Joseph H. Choate, and the secretary of  vthe_,.United States.embassy *,~.  "���'Mollie ,pooke, otherwise Mrs. Somerville, earl Russell's present wife, entered  ���the hall by ticket and sat facing the  benches occupied by members of the  house of commons. She appeared no  more concerned than the other witnesses of the interesting scene. Among  the other witnesses who entered the hall  were judge Curler of Nevada. The court  was informally opened by a series of  quaint ceremonies and the exchange of  stately phrases prescribed in the ancient legal procedure. Beside lore} Halsbury in his earl's robes and a full-buttoned wig stood general Sir Michael  Biddulph, gentleman-usher of the Black  Rod, and William Henry-Wilson," the  Norroy king of arms in'a' resplendent  tunic. "Our sovereign lord and king,"  pliouted- the'.,��� Nqri'oy.; kjng^.of arms/  ."charges and commands aJl manner of  persons to keep silence on pain of imprisonment," Another official,'on bended knee, handed the commission to the  lord high chancellor, who, while handing it back to another kneeling 'clerk,  =said:=^Let=all=be=-uncovered=while-the  commission is read." After the necessary formalities earl Russell was conducted to the bar. He was dressed in  a gray suit and wore a red tie. He calmly surveyed his judges and,his peers.  Then a clerk of parliament cried loudly: "John Francis Stanley, earl Russell, come forward and surrender to  bail or forfeit recognizance:". The Black  Rod, bedecked with medals, and in uniform, approached the bar, wliich was  raised as the earl drew near ,and surrounded earl Russell. Upon reaching  his appointed seat .ear} Russe]l 'stood  leaning agninst the table and then made'  obeisance three times to the lord high  steward. - He remained with bowed head  until the latter addressed the accused.  Then the indictment was read by. the  clerk, who concluded with these words:  "How say you, my lord, guilty of felony  or not guilty?" Before earl Russell  could answer, his counsel objected to the  indictment on the ground that the alleged offense was committed outside of  the'dominions of his majesty, king Edward, During the course of the technical alignment by the earl's counsel tlie  prosecution summoned judge Curler  within the bar to confer on certain  points raised in counsel's argument. After the reply of the prosecution to the  argument of counsel for the defense,  earl Russell, in a voice scarcely audible, pleaded guilty. His counsel then  addressed the house in mitigation,  pleading the accused, had acted upon  the best legal advice obtainable in Nevada; that the offense was merely technical and that no harm had been done  Mollie Cook. Lord Russell then addressed the house in the same strain,  saying the ilegreg pbt.ainecj in the United  States gave sanction to the ne**- marriage. Earl Russeii said he 'proponed  to re-marry Molly Cook as soon as possible. Concluding he said that he had  acted ln ignorance and with no intention, of willingly breaking the law. The  jury then retired to consider their verdict. When they had reassembled the  lord high steward called for the prisoner. The whole house rose to its feet  when the lord high steward proceeded  to deliver the judgment. After intimating his opinion relative to the defendant's plea that the courts had no  jurisdiction in the matter, that king  Edward had a right to legislate for his I  subjects all over the-world, lord Halsbury commented on'the historic name  of Russell. "While the crime could not  be passed over," said the lord high  steward, "at the same time there were  several mitigating circumstances. Lord  Russell had passed through long periods of trouble; he had experienced extreme provocation and had suffered  much torture. In consideration of and  as a result of these circumstances, their  lordships, not desiring to inflict the full  penalty upon lord Russell, had unanimously decided that justice would be  satisfied by his being imprisoned in Holloway prison- for. three months as a  criminal in the first division^"  Lord Russell then passed out of the  house in company;.! with the yeoman  ushers of the Black Rod. �� Near the  door of the house^Mollie Cook joined  her husband, ' and before he ..was removed to Holloway* prison the couple  were allowed''to"'confer in a room off  the gallery. The commission was then  dissolved by the lord- high steward  breaking his wand!;of oflice and, the  house dispersed.        r  In anticipation of "the arrival, of lord  Russell the officials of Holloway prison  have prepared for his reception one of  the rooms formerly) occupied by William T. Stead, the editor, and members  of the Jamieson raiders. ��� It is a commodious apartment, in whloh' his lordship can be supplied;with his own-food  and wines. }  NOTHING FOR ARBITRATION  TELEGRAMS IN BRIEF FORM  FROM   VARIOUS    QUARTERS   OF  THE GLOBE.  Interesting Occurrences of Yesterday  Condensed and Printed in a  General Way.  SAYS A PROMINENT MEMBER OF  THE STEEL TRUST.  1 ���   '  But the Amalgamated Men Think Differently and the Merry War Goes  On���The Firemen's Strike.  NEW YORK, July IIS���The following  official statement, according to the Journal and Advertiser, has been given out  by a member of the .firm of J. P. Morgan & Company: ^'The United Steel  Corporation will not "consent to any arbitration of the present difficulty. There  is nothing to arbitrate. , The company  stands willing to agree to the demands,  of the men as tp wages and hours. If  there is any other questions at issue it  is merely a sentimental one raised by  "the -Amalgamated -ASso-eiation;"- -.?-'���-���  PITTSBURG, Juiy'18.���The following  was received from'Wellsville-tonight:  "The storm center of 'the great strike  was today removed from Pittsburg to  this little Columbian county village.  News that the Wellsville plant of the  American Sheet Steel Company was now  in shape to run full and that men would  he imported from Vandergraft, Pa., and  other points to work in the mills, caused  president Shaffer of %he Amalgamated  Association to go tg. WellSYiUe from  Pittsburg tP give-.courage, to the strikers.".'  WILKESBARRE.vPa,,. July. 18���The  third day of the* stationary firemen's  strike finds the situation about the same,  although president Mullahy of the strikers' association reports .large gains in  the Lackawanna region." This .is denied by the operators, who claim the  situation in the upper portion of the  coal fields is a little better than yesterday.  . PLTTSTON, Pa., July 18.���It Js_rgr_  ported- here that a light occurred at the-  Maltby mines, five miles west of this  city, today between union and nonunion firemen. The trouble is. said to  have been caused by the attempts of a  number of Hungarians to prevent- the  non-union men from entering the fire  room. Pour of the non-union men are  reported'to have been shot and slightly  wounded. A detective employed by the  company is said to have been stoned by  tll6   Stl'll^Gr*1?  NEW YORK, July 18.���Should the  strike of the mine, firemen continue, it  is feared that a coal famine in this city  will result. The strike has found railroads and the dealers-unprepared, with  ���scant provisions again'et the future,  and prices are expected to mount within a week if no settlement is reached  before that time. Inquiry in the coal  trade yesterday showed that railroads  and dealers are carrying no more than  two weeks' supply of coal.  WILKESBARRE, Pa.,, July 18.���A  break occurred today in the ranks of  the strikers at Nanticoke, The Pennsylvania Coal Company started up two  of Its collieries and was able to hoist  coal. The strikers say that less than  one-third of the force is at work. An  official of the company says that he  expects that the company will be able  to get out its full quota of coal today.  The hoisting engineers here have resolved to stand by the striking firemen,  until the strike is settled. An official  of the Lehigh & Wilkesbarre Coal Company said today that the company had  received propositions from the United  Workmen to return to work as soon  as a sufficient number could be secured  to keep up steam.  SHAMOKIN, Pa��� July 18���The local  cplll(3ry firemen's organization received  orders from headquarters at Wilkesbarre to go on strike tomorrow. There  are 15 collieries between here and Mt.  Carmel. If the tie-up is made complete  about 12,000 men and boys will be rendered idle.  Eastern Baseball  American���Chicago   9,   Baltimore   1;  Washington  8,  Detroit  G;   Cleveland  6,  Boston.5;  Milwaukee 2, Philadelphia 1.  National���Chicago   6,   New   York   5;  Boston 8, St. Louis 2;  Philadelphia 13,  Cincinnati 1;  Pittsburg 3, Brooklyn 4.  GIBRALTAR, July IS.���Porter J. Sha*?ue,  consul at Gibraltar, and the oldest consul  in the American serviec, died here today.  7, ..WASHINGTON PARK, Chicago, July  IS.���Tho Hyde Park stake was won by sir  Oliver, Memnon second and Abe Prank  third. No time.  ST. PETERSBURG, July IS.���Count Leo  Tolstoi, who has lately been suffering: from  a severe attack of fever, rallied yesterday  and was much better.  ' ST. PETERSBURG, ^Jiy IS���Admiral  count Log-uin Heyden died near here July  3rd. He was in his 93th year and was an  'ofllcor in the marines for 80 years.  WASHINGTON, July 18.���The navy, department has purcheased the biff floating  steel dry dock which lies in Havana harbor from the government of Spain for  >?185,000.  LONDON, July IS.���George derrick, formerly, of New York, one of the oldest members of the American colony,, was found  dead in bed this morning. He had lived here  for-20 years. .  -'  INTERSTATE PARK, July 18.���E. C.  Griffiths of Pascoag, R. I., won the grand  American handicap at clay targets by killing -95 out of 100. He won the live bird  grand American handicap on the same'  ground this year.  . LONDON, July IS.���A Shanghai dispatch  .to the Globe dated July 17th' confirms the  previous reports of the rising of the Yang-  Tse-Kiang river and says millions of acres  of land are undor water and that the city  of Hankow is threatened with submersion.  WASHINGTON, July IS.���A bulletin issuod by the census office shows that there  has been a decrease of the Chinese population in the United States since 1870 of  17,(i75, the number now here being 89,800.  The Japs Increased during the past ten  years from 20u9 to'24,300.  BUTTE, Mont., July 18���William Madden, manager of Gus Ruhlin, the heavyweight pugilist, now in Butte, lias announced that he has been offered a pures  of ?20,000 by the Olympia Club for a meeting between _ Ruhlin ,and Jeffries. Prize  fights are'pcrmittecl' in Butte.     *'       "'"   .  LONDON, July IS.���Lord Kitchener,  commanding the British forces in South  Africa, reports to the war ofllce as follows: "Ilandsfontein, July IS.���Captain  Charles Botha, son of Phillip Botha, and  fleld cornets Humann and uliver have been  killed in tho Orange River Colony."  RACINE, Wis., July IS.���The yacht Beatrice en voyage to Chicago to take part  in the trial races for Canada's cup defender, encountered a storm during the night  and has not been heard from. Six persons  wore aboard. It is thought probable that  tho yac'iL.has been beached between here  and Milwaukee   LONDON, July IS.���Tn a foursome day  on the'links of the North Berwick (Scotland) new golf club, Miss Francis C. Griseom of Philadelphia, holder, of the woman's championship of the United States,  and Ben- Sayres, the professional, beat  Messrs; Bettle and Hinkle of Philadelphia  by four up and three to play.  DENVER, Colo., July IS.���It is reported  =lfere~tharvtlie^Rardclifte-hoWl"cabins and"  other buildings, controlled by the proprietor of the Grand Mesa lakes have been  burned by a mob of 75 residents of Delta  county, in revenge it Is supposed for tho  killing of a woman by a game warden last  Monday. Tho property loss is unknown.  LONDON, July IS.���A dispatch to the  Globe from Shanghai dated July 17th says  tho Russians through tho Belgians are endeavoring to buy the Kai Ping collieries  in Northern China, tlie strategic value of  which Is incalculable. The Kai Ping collieries are now largely supplying the navies  fo the powers in the fa.. ��-.st with coal.  NEW YORK, July IS.���13. W. Moore ot  Cleveland, :i member of the Everett-Moore  Syndicate, controlling some lSOO miles of  suburban railroads, Is in the city and announces that he Is negotiating for the'consolidation of all the street railways ln nnd  about the cities of Cleveland, Toledo, and  Detroit, as well as the roads connecting  these points.  NEW YORK, July IS.���Tho hat .manufacturers of the country are now-'talkilng  combine and should the plans now being  discussed by the maunfacturers of New  Jersey and Connecticut materialize another gigantic corporation will be added  to tho list. The new company will, It is  said, be called tho United Hat Manufacturers of tbe  United  States.  LONDON, July IS���In the house of commons today thu parliamentary secretary  of the foreign office, lord Craborne, Informed a questioner that the difficulty  which caused the deadlock among the ministers of the foreign powers at Pekin had  reference to the collection of revenues, as  marked for the purpose of the Indemnity,  and that the negotiations at Pekin were  still in progress.  HONN1NOSVAAG, Norway, July 18.���  The flagship America of the Baldwln-  Ziegler jVretic expedition, with Evelyn B.  Baldwin on board, which left Tromsoe.  bound north, yesterday, parted today from  the Frlthjof, another vessel of the expedition. Tho j\merlca proceeds to Archangel,  Russia, reaching there July 22nd. The  licllca, the third ship ��,i the expedition,  will sail from hero July 22nd.  SARAGOSSA, Spain, July IS.���Owing to  the encounters yesterday betwoecn the  Catholics and freethinkers here, in which  general Cavero,  a Carlist,  was killed and  45 other persons were wounded and the office of a Catholic newspaper wrecked, religious processions have been prevented  until the excitement subsides. Over 200  shots were fired In the course of the lighting yesterduy. Of the -15 persons wounded  twelve will probably die. Last night the  demonstrators bombarded the convents  of the city with stones and fired the gales  of the convent of Santa Inez.  COLON, Colombo, July IS.- A rumor is  in circulation here th*t president Maro-  quia has resigned or is about to resign office, but it lacks confirmation and is not  credited in Colon. _ ���  VALPARAISO, July 18.���The Equidorian  consul-general "'in Valparaiso, Aris Sanchez, was assassinated today In the center  of the city. He was shot and stabbed and  his ears cut off. It is supposed that the assassins are enemies of the present Al-  faro administration in Equador.  WHEELING, W. V., July IS.-The latest  combination to be formed is of flint glass  bottle makers. There are about fifty manufacturers of glass bottles In the United  States and every one was brought into  the combine at a meeting held' in Chicago  on July llth. The capitalization is $30,000,-  000. The immediate effect of the combination was the stiffening of prices, which  were advanced 80, and 5 off ln carload lots,  with no freight allowances except upon  carload shipments.  , BRUSSELS, July IS.���Violent scenes occurred in the chamber of representatives  toda^ during the debate on the education  bill. Socialists and rightists indulged in  vulgar and abusive language to one another in unmeasured terms. Personal encounters were only prevented by the intervention of the ushers. The session was suspended. The president of the. chamber, M.  De  Sadeleer,   threatened  ln  case  the  dls-  - i  order was repeated, to suspend the sessions of the chamber tauetinitely.  NEW YORK, July,, IS.���Mrs. Hughes  Reid-Grifflin, president of the Society of  American Women in London, was a passenger on the Oceanic yesterday. Speaking  enthusiastically of the work*of the socttey  she said: "AVe have been .the means of  bringing American and English women  together ln a far greater degree than has  been tho case previously. The cordiality  of the English women- has increased in  a marked degree since they began to know  American women en masse. The basic idea  of the society," continued Mrs. Grlfflln,  "Is, to make Americans in London feel at  home." ���   .  SPRING GREEK PROPERTIES  PROMISING   CLAIMS   UNDER DEVELOPMENT.  Great Hope and Alma, Owned by McDonald and Duperry, Especially  '     Noticeable���Other Mines.  I,  - '*'.,  L'Or\  * :"?3  America's New Cruisers  WASHINGTON, July 18.���The plans  now under consideration for the two  new armored cruisers authorized by  congress contemplate such'a departure  ���in steaming capacity that these shipe  ^will. be able .to_make..voyages far., exceeding any "of the s*liijos'now ih comniTs-  sion and equaling if not'exceeding the  long distance trip of any naval warship  afloat. They provide for a combination  of three* screws, so separated that any  one can work independently. By using  all three screws the ship could develop  great speed, from 22 to 23 knots, so  that she would' be listed as a 23-knot  ship. By altering' the screws, usintr  but one at a time, the big craft could  make a voyage of at least 10,000 miles  without stop to recoal and at the same  time she would always have her three  screws In readiness to develop* a 22 or  23-knot speed in case of necessity.  Canal Boats to Be Sold.  CLEVELAND, July 18.���There is a  strong probability that the entire fleet  of the Cleveland Steel Canal Boat Company, operating a line of boats between  Cleveland and New- York by way of  Lake Erie and Erie canal, will shortly  be sold and be sent to Manila to be  used as lighters.  STEYN STILL TRUSTS IN GOD  Boer  Correspondence.  LONDON, July 18.���The war ofllco issued late tonight a dispatch from lord  Kitchener giving the correspondence between Mr. Iteitz and Mr. Steyn that was  captured with the latter's baggage near  Lindley July 11. Mr. Reitz under date  of May 10 wrote Mr. Steyn that a meeting of the Transvaal government had  been held, attended by general Botha,  general Vollonjcn and Mr. Sinurtz, to  consider the national situation. He went  on to catalogue difficulties, the numerous surrenders of burghers, entailing a  heavy responsibility on the government,  the rapidly decreasing supply of ammunition, the disintegration of the government, and the lack of any definite  assurances of European intervention.  "In view of these facts," he said, "the  government has decided to address a  message to president Kruger pointing  out the terrible conditions. The time  has passed for us to let matters drift  arf at present. We must take a tinal  step." Mr. Steyn, replying May 15, upbraids Mr. Reitz with weak-hearted-  ness, saying: "There is still sufficient  ammunition to continue the struggle.  You ask what prospects there are of a  successful termination. I ask what  chance there was for two small republics when they declared war against  the mighty power of Great Britain. You  will answer that we trusted in God and  in foreign intervention. What reason  is there now to place less trust in God?"  JOHANNESBURG, July 18.���In the  course of an inquiry conducted under  oath here today, various non-commissioned officers and men of the British  army confirmed the statement that the  Boers shot the British wounded at Vlak-  fontein.  Alfred Davies, an English member of parliament, now on a visit to '.his country,  constantly reminds ncople of Dickens'  Immortal Pickwick. He is short and stout.  55 years old, with a round face and most  benignant smile. Put him In tiyhts and  garters and he would be Pickwick tp life,  PILOT   BAY,   July   17.���[Special   to  yi  The Tribune!]���Spring creek, one of the'/' ^  smaller tributaries of Crawford creek, *���".  emptying into that stream about eight yip?t-  miles from its mouth, is likely to,be- ��� >S>^s|  come noted for Its excellent silver, lead ���  showings^   Already  there  are   located"  on this creek a couple of claims des-.-  tined to make one of the show properties  of the district.   'These are ,thes  Great Hope and Alma, owned by Neil-  Macdonald and Alex Duperry.   The lead'-  on which they are, located was the first  showing on the creek1, having been discovered  by  the  present  owners  three'-i',^>l  years ago.    On the surface the vein.is-;:'-S^J  from two to four feet wide, the filling, t,'^'  being quartz, with a limestone footwall -y.*y?'  and slate hanging wall.    Th'e ledge' is r&#,  traceable on the surface and wherever^'"'/fi  explored by  means  of open cuts,  trie.- >\*^*  owners say, it shows quantities of "clean -^-/^-m  galena ore.   An open cut 10 feet wide,n��->r)$p  30 feet long and with a 10-foot face was"  made on the Alma claim and, this, whicli  has  just been  completed,  exposes  six  feet of solid ore of  ��cry fine appearance.   That this strike Is of considerar   > ^ -���,  Die  magnitude may be told  from ^ne^H-vV  assays, which give 40 ounces in, silveh^V'Vl  to the ton, with 65 per cent lead-and^ "-<^is-|  per cent copper. .        ><.-,*  On'the Great Hope, whichjs the lower  clalm, a cross-cut tunnel is being, run  to prospect the ledge at some depth^SjC^JI  The mouth of this tunnel is��� just above^|rS>|  the creek and its face is in 30 feet, be^ ?��*,$f  ling approximately - 20'. feet from "the fijf'ia  ledge,xwhich dips into the hill.' .Itis'*-^  the intention of the owners to*con1'y,:  tinue'the tunnel until the ledge is cut, 1  when' some idea of the continuity-of , ;  the ore may be obtained. They have ��� ;  no doubt, however, that they have a  potential'mine, and all who have seen *\'-,.* .j.  the showing say their confidence" is'j^- :-iAy  well justified. The -pioperty is only* '*"  two'.miles' frpm -the -wagon-*road,Twith���.-**'-'>*-  an������ assay grade for' a rawhide" trail--;-'.;,  or branch road.' * ' .(),..  Joseph Blanchard has a claim called 1 ���?'  the Cariboo, on the divide between Can- ', s' ��  yon and Sawyer creeks, which is appar-' .',-  ently on the same lead as Hazzard[s .,';-?�����  prospective bonanza, the Daisy, 'and \ i-f!  which carries ore of the same character*,  and appearance. Not enough work has  been done to define the width of the  lead, but on the surface there are 12. .  to 14 feet of ledge matter, a mixture  of diorite and quartz, the latter con-'  taining a large proportion of copper  pyrites. A small cut on the vein 'shows  four feet of ore. No assays have as/  yet been taken. -  Messrs. J. C. Drewry and Tom Proctor of the Commonwealth Company visited that property yesterday and have  decided to let a contract for 200 feet  of tunneling to be done forthwith, so *  that the first of the month is likely  to see the resumption of work on this  very promising property.  II  ���-���Si  ~    .':   \      '  ?>    -���  xn  ���The-Nelson-smelter-is- now-treatfng-  about 140 tons of Silver King ore per  day in the small furnace. The big furnace which has been out of blast for a  few days is now running on custom lead  ores and about 100 tons are being^rua  through each day.  Henry Roy of the London Consolidated Company, which is operating the-  well-known Silver Hill and Richelieu  properties in the Crawford Bay district, was in Nelson yesterday from  Rossland. The company contemplates  proceeding at once with the construction of its tramway from the mine to  the end of the present Crawford Bay  wagon road and Mr. Roy was yesterday in consultation with a number ot  local tramway men with a view to placing a contract for its erection. Tho  London Consolidated Company's property is in shape to make extensive shipments when the tramway is completed  and the operation of it will effect a considerable saving on the company's prospective output for the present season  in addition to which it will render possible the shipping of ore in summer.  On the moving of the ore from the  mine to the end of the wagon road the  tramway should effect a saving of at  least $2 per ton.  The local shareholders in the Venus  Company have so far been "unable to  loarn anything from Toronto as to  whether or not the Athabasca has exercised its option with respect to the purchase of the Venus. The bond upon  the property expired on Thursday last.  It is not likely that anything will now  he heard concerning the deal until B.  Nelson Fell returns from Toronto. He  is expected every day.  Mongolia Not Bussian.  LONDON, July 18.���"Mongolia is not  Russian," says a dispatch to the Daily  Express from St. Petersburg. "Urga, a  Chinese frontier station on the road to  Pekin, about 200 miles south of Kiakhta,  has been fortified and garrisoned by-  Russians. Surveying parties escorted by-  troops have penetrated as far as the  edge of the great desert to determine  the route of a direct railway to Pekin:  through the desert and the point where  it will join the, mid-Siberian railway extension now being constructed around;  the. south end; of Lake DalkaL'"  II  I  i  i*t|  ( 4 THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. 0., FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1901  ��t�� . . ������ \s  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  W HUBSOFS BAY COMPANY  BAKER STREET, NELSON, B. C.  WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE FOLLOWIJIC DAINTIES ESPECIALLY  SUITABLE   FOR  CA.MPINC AJ.D PICNIC PARTIES:  ARMOUR'S COUNTRY CLUB HAMS- A choice assortment of Armour's Cot-  try  Club  specialties.  Do  not forget  CHiCKEN  A  ^ ^ERINCO   ���  TEjNDERLOIf*!   OF BEEF  Coun-  ry Club speci-altios. Do not lorget to  have some of them in your luncheon  basket.  composed of largo pieces of boiled  chicken, mushrooms, French truffles,  with tho addition of a full flavored sauce  made from the fillet of tenderloin boiled  and put up in the natural beef gravy.  Tenderloin stew, veal cutlets, pork cutlets, sliced chicken,  and tongue, sliced- dried beef, ham loaf, veal   loaf,   chicken  loaf, sliced Star ham, etc., etc.  to  to  to  q\  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  churches. The meetings were purely  devotional in character,' but were attended by crowds that taxed the capacity of  the buildings. At 10:40 a. m. a missionary conference was held at the headquarters on Larkin street, and at the  same time a business meeting of presiding elders and league officials assembled at the pavilion in order to prepare  for the day's activity. Following is the  official program bf today: 2:30 p. m���  opening of tho convention in Mechanics'  Pavilion, Rev. Thomas Filden presiding;  song service led by Robert Husband; devotions by Rev. Judsoir Hill; addresses  of welcome by governor Gage, mayor  Phelan. bishop Hamilton and Rev. J. C.  Symonds of Woodland; responses on behalf of the Methodist Episcopal church  by bishop 1. W. Joyce, Minneapolis; on  behalf . of < the Episcopal Methodist  Church South, Rev. J-f. \V. Dobose; on  behalf of the M. E. church of Canada,  Rev. James Henderson, Toronto; on behalf of the colored M. E. church, A. A.  Carter, Atlanta,  Ga.  ��  ���0^* 00 * 00* 00 * 0^0* ^_____^ * ^_\\0* g^0 '  00 . 00 .00 . 00 .00 . 00 .00 . 00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 . 00 .00 . 00  ���^  . >^  .^  . >_j^  .^.   . >*^  .Xj^  . ^^  .^^  -^By .-^  ��� V0��, -^.  ���>(___*  '^fc.   ���  ^*'  friZIIITTITITrTI-TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT-  NEW  UNDERWEAR.  :tmxS  xzxzxzxxxzxzzzzzxzxx-zxxzxxzxzzxz-czxxxixxxx  NEW  COLLARS  ZXXXXXZZZXZXXXZ l������l TTTTrrTTTTVT TTTf<  36 Baker Street, Nelson.  lxzxxxxxzxzzzxzxxxzxzxzxzxxxzxixzxzxxazi.  to  to  to  OTI  to  s% ��&&&&&&&&��$* ib ^^aasa^a*''  ��to ��ritam  *b *b -b 'b ���_��� -b -b 'b 'b 'b -b -b -5- 'b 'b  Display advertisements run regularly will be inserted in The  Tribune for $4 oper inch per  month; if inserted for less than  a month; 25 cents per inch each  insertion. Trades Union and Fraternal' Society Notices', Cards of  Wholesale Houses, Legal Notices,  etc., will be classified and charged  for r.t the uniform rate of ONE-  HALF CENT A WORD each insertion.  Reading notices, under the  head of Paid Locals, TWO  .CENTS A WORD each insertion.  No advertisement accepted for  less than 25 cents.  b-b  , ���J-  '"���J-  ���b  ���b  ���b  +.'  FOUNTAIN   A   fountain   pen   is  HtlNlO   .   .    .     neither- is the tele-  grapli, telephone or  the railway* but  IT PJ*\YS TO USE THEIVI  because they get here quick. The Swan  Fountain Pen is the reliable "get there  quick" pen. We have it at ?3. ?4, $5, and  buy back without cju.estion. any pen  bought from us hot pi'ovirig absolutely  satisfactory. -''���'-.  A writing machine that is fast coming into universal use is the  "EMPIRE TYPEWRITER"  No better typewriter made; ?G0 buys it.  Ice Bound at St. Michael.  SEATTLE,   July   IS.���The   steamship  Portland  arrived  in   port early   today  bringing news of awfui ice fields and a  great congestion of people at St. Michaels, which was relieved by her arrival  at the mouth  of the  Yukon,  followed  by other craft.   The Portland took two  weeks, June 20 to July 4, to reach St,  Michael _* from    Nome.    She    ploughed  through vast ice floes and on June 24  was "within eight miles of St. Michael,  only to put out to sea again.    The report from  St.  Michael'is to the effect  that 1500 Yukon men and women had  laid at that port for three weeks waiting for the arrival of the first steamer.  So  scarce had  provisions  become  that  they were living for a long time on one  meal a day.   There is a great rush down  the Yukon'from as far up as Dawson  for Nome.   A big ferry business will be  done"during the summer between; those  ports. The Portland took 400 passengers  from St. Michael to Nome.  The river steamer City of Paris was  carried out from the mouth" of the Yukon by the ice floe and was lost for a  time in the Arctic sea. The steamships  Portland-ami Dora went out after, her,  but she finally managed to put back undor her own steam, making port on  June 28th.  Our annual July Clearance sale of Dry G-oods Mil-'  $\ linery, Carpets, Rugs, Men's Furnishings, commencing  to MONDAY, JULY 22nd,  JJJ When we will offer special bargains of our spring and to  r summmer stock. For prices of special lines we will m  -fix make further announcement.  to' ��� ������' ���' '��� '   to  to  "     ��� C. II. Mackintosh, like all tho other  * , great mining operators at Rossland,  . likes to see his name in print. There  V'is less excuse for Mackintosh than for  , such men as Bernard McDonald and War  ��� .  Eagle Kirby, for Mackintosh is an old  newspaper  man,  and  should  be  abovo  striving for cheap notoriety.   McDonald  , and Kirby do not know better, for "they  never were'in "society" until they came  ���to Rossland. Mackintosh claims that  Canadian workingmen should not affiliate with American workingmen, or allow the latter to in any way influence  them. If The Tribune is not mistaken,  every organization in Canada, be it business, church, fraternal, or trades, affiliates with like organizations in the  United States. Bankers, lawyers, divines, engineers, railway managers, Masons, Odd Fellows, printers, miners, musicians, all send delegates to attend International Conventions, made up of  delegates from all sections of Canada  and the United States. These conventions are often held in Canada, and their  high officials are often Canadians. It  is the proper spirit, for it shows that  two peoples with a different form of  government can live and be good neighbors. A man who is as broadminded as  Mr. Mackintosh is said to be should be  above trying to stir.up strife between  people who are now,  and  who should  _aI^ays_resuin^o_n^go.oj:Uei*ms^wltlueacli  other.  The Miner, which iu m the hands of  the sheriff until Mackenzie & Mann or  some other good angel steps in to protect it, vehemently denounces the Dunsmuir government for not entering into  a contract with Mackenzie &. Mann to  build the Coast-Kootenay railway. When  d'rt t'-e *ieo;>le of Kootonay declare that  they were anxious to see that particular,  road built? No such declaration 1ms  ever been made. It is a well-known fact  ihat the V. V. & E. charter was obtained  by men who are high in tlie councils of  the Liberal party, rxx.0. it ir* *'.l-*o r. well-  known fcet thr.t every Liberal newspaper in the province, without a single exception, was "legging' lor a subsidy for  that particular railway. When the 1 ail-  way subsidy bill was before the legislature, no Liberal newspaper had a word  to say; in favor of a subsidy for any  other road. With them, apparently, it  was the Coast-Kootenay railway or  nothing. Such unanimity seems  strange; most strange, when there arc  several sections of the zirovince wholly  without railway facilities. There must  bo money, as well as a nigger, in that  .V.-V. ��-. E. woodpile.  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. Ltd  I'lAvos to Runt. NKLSON, B. C.  show that men, 'like Smith Curtis, who  advocated government ownership cf  railways in 1900 wore not sincere; and it  is safe to assume that mon who are not  sincere on an issue of such importance  cannot be depended on to bo sincere  on any other important issue, if it is  to their interest.to be insincere.  How many of the lying slanderers who  arc now manipulating three of the  unions in Nolson ever gave a laboring  man a day's work? How many of these  lying slanderers, were they, in a position  to give a fellow-man work, would pay  a fair day's wage of their own free will?  How many of these lying slanderers  patronize the union labor that they so'  loudly demand shall be patronized'by  the  ;iublic?  ]_'"**�������'  SILVER  POLISH.  Workingmen," drive .the lying, slandering backbiters out of your organizations. You cannot hope to make unionism successful when*you allow such men  to i associate with you or control your  organizations. There are a score of such  men in Nelson.  We sell the Eest Silver Polish on the  Market.  25c.   PER   BOTTLE  BROWN BROS  Opticians and  Jewelers.  xzzxzzzzzxizzzzzzzixzzzzzzzzizzzzzz:a  NEW  HOSIERY.  Co.  IJZxrzzzzzzzxzzxxzxzzxzzxzzxxzzzxzzxxzxxTxxz:  NEW  NEOKWEAE.  xxxzxxxzzizzxzxxxzxxxzxzxzxxzxxxzxxzxxxxxt  36  Baker  Street  ttiixrKixrrtxKiiiiiiiisjriimmxiriixixirij '  f\\  (fl  *'-?v:5T"'<'**-,a**' ���^'^���^���^���^���^���^���*^^^'5^'8?--'5"-  _ -<������������ ^^(.ek --<mi^ -ntaav '*'��>��3> -��cts5>- ^^ft*!-* ^"-t-ttEs*; -��z�� -^hf> ^aa��> ���syj��i- ^-oau*.-����? ^-��>��k(�� ^JSi-^  00-00- 00-0X0' 00 '00- 000 ' 000' 00 " 00' 00 ' 00- 00 '00. 00 . 00, 0f  11 \K1*T_ STRKKT  NKLSON  How many .of the lying, slandering  backbiters who are now posing as leaders of trades unionism iii Nelson were  anything- but "grafters" at the last  two elections? .'     . ���������. '  ���How many of tho V. V. & E. crowd of  legislators posed as uncompromising  govcrnment-ownership-of-railways men  a year ago? Was not their bell-weather  rabid on that issuo during the campaign  of 1900? The building of the.V. v. & E.  by subsidies from tho provincial and  Dominion governments is not legislation in the direction of government  ownership of railways, and yet every  clause in the Railway Subsidy Act  which protected the interests of the people and which was in tlie direction of  government ownership' of railways waa  ridiculed by these men and by the newspapers supporting them.   This goes to  Public 'Ownership the True, Cure.  Private ownership of .public'services  rendered by,franchise-holding corporations almost necessarily involves corruption in every civic fight for a -renewal'-of contract*-! or. privileges.. Public  ownership of an electric light service  could be attended by iio evils comparable to the corruption which is now bo-  devilling the; municipal life of' Montreal. > The Montreal'city .council is being boodled ou behalf of a. company  which wants a contract for electric  lights at $00 per annum, as against another company which tenders- for lamp?.-  at R5<_ per annum. The most'dramatic,  feature of the whole business is tiie  ��� Certain ty that the boodle comes from a  corporation which is nominally controlled by some of the greatest men in  Canadian finance. Aldermen who take  money are bad, but financiers who giro  money are worse.' The curse'of iprivate ownership is that city councils are  debauched by corporations which trade  on tho useless respectability of their directors.���Toronto' Telegram.  Special Bargains  IN  Sootsand Shoe  Epworth League Convention.  . SAN FRANCISCO, July 18.���The Epworth League convention of; 1901 was  formally opened at Mechanics' pavilion  today. For the past week the tide of  travel has been towards San Francisco,  until the Epworth hosts, 25,000 strong,  had been, poured into the city ready for  the opening services. Arrivals continued last night and in the early hours  of the morning, but the last belated  train was' in and the last tired traveler  had been given a warm welcome by the  citizens' committee beforo the first number of today's program was called. The  great pavilion was decorated,and ready.  The vast auditorium, with seats for  10,000 and additional facilities for a  chorus of 2000. wliich will give special  concerts, presented a pleasing scene. The  stage was hung with gold-colored bunting and the state colors. The throng began assembling early for tho opening  ceremonies, every one enthusiastic and  happy. At 11 o'clock this morning three  celebrations of the- Lord's Supper was  held in the First Presbyterian, Central  Methodist and Howard Street Methodist  ' Notwithstanding that there are  two bankrupt stocks of boots and  iSh.ae_sjvQMfJ3.ein g^offei'eduiLthis.ci t=y,  I am prepared to meet the prices  listed for same, and as my stock is  fjes-h���jin-t opened up���from tlie  manufautiu ers, I would solicit an  inspection before purchasing.  , The results that I have obtained  since advertising my discontinuance  hi business have been most satisfactory. The great variety of my  stock of clocbiutc ��'"id gents' i'urn-  iishing.-'. with all prices marked in  plain ligure.--, lta** proven an -irresistible factor in becuriug sales.  ; Those'who have, .not taken advantage of my ieductions should  call and compare prices and quotations wifch those oil'ered iu any  other* store in the city. Everything  is oil'ered at eastern wholesale cost.  KOOTENAY  COFFEE CO.  ���*���**���**���**���****���**���*���*���*���**���*���*���*���*���*���*���  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  ****** **���* ******* *.**��� *** ***  We are offering at lowest prices the boat  grades of Ceylon.-India, China and Japan  Teas.  Our Boat-, Mocha nnd Java Coffoo, per  pound ;  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds���.  Choice Blond Coffee, 4 iiounds   Special Blend Coli'oe, 6 pounds ...."....  Rio Blond Cofft-o, fi pounds   Special Blond Ceylon'Tea, por pound  S 40  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. O. Box 182.  WEST IBAKER STREET, NELSON.  FISHING TACKLE  WE  IIAVE THE  BEST  FLIES AND   THE  BEST LEADERS MADE.  Z_|____��S__B-_j____  Carpets  aroe  We have just received a Consignment of  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.  J, G. BUNYAN   &  CO.  West Baker Street, Nelson.  POBLfO AUCTION  OF VALUABLE REAL PROPEJiTY,  PLANT, STEAM TUC, BARCF, MATERIAL AKD FIXTURES.  -MlunowB. silver and gold and Phantpms .  Silk  Lines  Landing Nets  And a fplendid line of all flBhing requisites.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK 00.  K.-W.-C. Block.       Corner Ward and Baker Sti.  MANHATTAN SALOON  THEO  MADSON  Baker jStreet.: ' Nelson, B. C.  mT4C%��,����j4  ��T��T*  ��   t   ���  THE    ATHABASCA.  Tomorrow, -Saturday,   July 20th,  wc  Btiirt   our   Free   Merchant's   Lunch,  which will be served hot from 12 till  .2 o'clock.  Tho very latest, up��to-tlatc, Bowl  Punches and Fancy Mixtures will be  served daily.  Watch this space tor daily announcement  of!  specialties.  Domestic  and  Imported  '  WHISKIES  WINES  ALES  STOUTS  CIGARS  Domestic  and  Imported  B  E  E  R  S  *-M--M��M-'  CERTIFICATE  .!._'..!. ���I���-2���-I- ���I- -I- -^ - -I��� -I- -2- -I��� -1- ���I- -  OF  IMPROVEMENTS.  ' XOTI'CK.���THIO CHAMPION MINHKAIj  claim, situate in the Nelson irllnini*- division of West Kootenay district. Where  locauxl: On Forty-nine creek about 2'J0  yards from hydraulic dam. Take notice  that T. .10. W. Matthews, actiiiK as aHrent  for Henry Samuel Crotty, free miner's  certilleate No. "olil.tlTO, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the min-  hiK recorder for a certificate of improvement!- for the purpose of obtninriii.. a  crown jyrnnt ,,f tjK. above claim. And  further Lake notice that action, under section .'17, must be commenced before the issuance of such cerLilicate of Improvements.  1 Dated this ]Sth day of 'July, A. O. l��i-l.  ANHEUESER-BUSCH  &_.*_. Louis.  PABST  Milwaukee.  CALGARY  Calgary.  REISTERER &  CO,  Nolson.  GOSNELL  Nelson.  B  E  E  R  S  TREMONT HOUSE  321 TO 331 BAKKR STREET, NELSON  H. H. PLAYFORD & GO. f  JOSEPHINE   STREET.  NEAR   BAKER.  tt?***.*.**.*.*.*-****-***-**-*-**-'*^  fh' '^0.  -?! W  91  91  *P  9.  91  9!  fl"  91  m  .0  .!.  91  I TOBACCO  MADDEN   BLOCK  NELSON.  AND  MERCHANTS,  m  m  m  w  'i��  tii  CIGAR.?  AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN  PLAN8  MEALS 25 GENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated by St"am 25 Cents to $1  Telephone 117.  $ P. 0. Eox 637.  ^e.r:**.*-**-**'**.*.*.***:***.**.*.*:**  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKBK STRKKT. NKLSOJ",  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Lame oomfortahle   ovarooinn  and   AreD-clase  dining-room. Ramp)** rooms for commnrcial mon.  RATES $2 PER DAY  rs. E. C. Clarke, Prop.  LATH* or THK KOTA*-. KOTKt. OATilARV  REWARD.  i-ijadden !{ouse  Baker and Ward  Streeta, Nolson  Tlie undersigned havo received in-  itructioiis from the Ontario Powder  "Works (o offer for salo hy public auction  in the stable building on Hall stroul,  bewteen Baker and Vernon streets, and  known as the Reynolds stables, ir> the  City of Nelson on  TUESDAY, JULY, 30th, 1901  At 1 O'clock P. IM., 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 10S feet of  tramway.  Six hundred feet of pipe line,  with  water  right  to  21  miner's   inches   of .  water.  Buildings, eight in number, connec- ,  ted by private telephone line with the  City of Nelson, and described as follows: One-building 1Gx40 feet, 1 building IC x 40 feet, l building 20 x 20 feet,  1 building 24 x 00 feet, 1 building 20 x 30  =teetj=l=-wor-kshop=20fx=20=feet-.=dwellins.=.  house 14 x 24 feet.  Steamboat "Red Star" and scow.  One 12-horse power boiler and engine, on wheels. ,_  One upright boiler with engine and  fittings.  About 100 eases of gutta percha fuse,  325,000  detonators,  etc.  About 90 iron drums, used as oil  tanks, culverts and sewage purpose.-?.  Two Fail-bank scales, of one ton capacity, also tools, household utensils,  and other articles too numerous to mention, a list of which may be seen at the  works, at the Nolson ofiice of the com-:  pany or at the oHice of the auctioneers.  , Office furnishings consisting of one  roll top desk, one .T. & J. Taylor safe,  ten foot length standi*.g desk, letter  prrsses with stand,.office counter with,  twelve drawers, stools, chairs, etc.  Intending purchasers may inspect any  of the above articles by consulting with  PI. Maepherson, Nelson agent, at his office in the Madden Block. Ward street,  Nelson, or with the auctioneers, or at  the works at Five-mile Point.  TERMS.���Cash on purchases of $100  or under, on purchases over ��100 terms  will 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.  Tho under?igned will offer ac a reward for tho  recovery of tho body of Jjefilio Wilson. Mio 12-  yenr-old  boy  drowned off the  tug   Halyt.  on  Sunday, June 2nd, the sum of twonty-flve dollars.  t*ia vu riT.A!-i*-.i\  The onlj hotiol In Nelson that has remained  andor one mannt-omei-t) silica 1890.  Tho bed-rooms are well furnished and llghwi!  by electricity.  The bar in always atooked by the besfc Horn a  bio and Imported liquors and ci#urB.  THOMAS KAT-DKN-. S-'roprlotor,  SLOGAN Ju.'.OTiQ". HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, ManaKer  Pilot Bay, Juno 13tU, 1901,  DAVE CLARKE,  Bar stooked with beat brands of wlnea, HqnorH.  and ClitarH. Bout on draught, lAnje oorafort'  able roouiB.   ".ratcluay table bo* d  GHAS.A.WATEPAN&GO  AUCTIONEERS.  ROOMS 11 and 15.      IC. W. C. BLOCK, Nelson  SALE OF EEYNOLDS' 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. THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. C, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1901  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  KB3T       7.000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427.180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. Geor<-e A. Druinmoud Vice-President  K. S. Cloivton General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Ccnor Bitker :ind Kootenay Streeta.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Managor.  Branches ln London (England) New Youk,  Chicaqo, and all tho principal oitlos In Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers. '    ,   _       ,     .   _    ,,.  Grunt Coiumorolal and Travolora' Credits,  ovailablo in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collodions Made, Iiito.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGj*iMATED  THE BANK  OF  BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  IMPERIAL BANK  OF    O^N^:D.A.  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve JEPund,  -      -      $8 000,000  -      -   $2,000,000  ACGREGATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Saving's Bank Branch  CUKl-KN'l' KA'l'B OF INTERKST PAID.  Hon. Geo. A. Cox, Robt. Kilgour,  President^        Vice-President.  London Offloe, 60 Lombard Streot. B. 0.  New York   Offloe, IB   Exchange   Place.  and Si Branches in Canada and tho  United Statos.  SINS OFTHE SANOTIIVSONiflUS  City of Toronto.  "1 tell you there is no place in America where gambling is carried on in  more rtarinfr defiance of tlie. law than  right here in Torouto."  Tliis statement was made yesterday to  the Evening News by a reputable gentleman with such an assurance ol! truthfulness *.*.s to warrant inquiry into tha  real state of affairs in this respect.   As  to the result it is only necessary to say  that-the ordinary citizen would hardly  believe   that   the   prohibited    practice  could be carried  on so openly  and  to  such a large extent as was established.  It would seem as though instead of attempting to secrete themselves from tho  detection of the  nolice authorities the  violators have come out in straight defiance,    challenging,    prosecution    from  those entrusted with the-enforcement of  the laws.   In one inst-incc it was found  that these men arc running a pool room  not 50 yards from the desk, of sergeant  Hales in No. 1 station.    Naturally this  has aroused the suspicions of many that  tho authorities have shut their.eyes to  the,.place.and have conscauently given  the managers a privilege.that'is equivalent   to  the  safest   kind   of   protection  against prosecution.  ���A GLARING INSTANCE.  No. 1 station is on the north side of  Court street���a street on whicli, the Jaw  mnght be expected to be observed���ami  almost immediately opposite on the  ground floor of the York Chambers are  the gambling rooms referred to. Were  it not. for-the stained glass in the large  window of.the latter a person -'standing  at the station door could easily see tho  frequenters in a room adjoining that-in  which the gambling proper is carried on.  And under ordinary circumstances they  arc not a few in number. Any day young  mon and men fairly well advanced in  years can be..seen there.up against the  betting counter running; their'-chances,  from ��5. up on the result of a horse or a  yacht race. *'Dick" Jacciues is the raan-  agi.:' of the place. He is .a'relative of  sergeant Hales. 'Dick" usually -handles  tlie coin himself, and the results of tlie  events u:*on which the bets are placed  arc announced by a young man who  takes them from a telephone connected  with the Great Northwestern Telegraph.  Company. When not busy taking messages this young man is usually sitting  at case reading up the latest sporting-  news   of   the   day.   and. the   customeis  'while- waiting for his spasmodic announcements generally entertain themselves in chatting over their prospects  of  a  win  or  about; the beat .thing  on  ���which to run their next'chance.  OTHERS   PRINCIPALLY   CONCERNED.  Along with "Dick" Jacques in the  management of affairs is A. M. Smiley.  who is no novice in the booking of bets.  But" both "Dick" and h:2 companion  have, minor reputations in the. local  sphere of gambling when compared to  the proprietor of the place, Abraham  Orpen. There has beenvnp move on the  "jilM^df=tlre^>ol iw=a^  the rooms, and on tho contrary some  detectives of tlie force as well as several prominent officials around town are  known to patronize them.  A .DOWN-TOWN CONVENIENCE.  The apartments referred to are regarded as simply a place of convenience  for down town customers. It has not  the blackboard of the ordinary Dool  room, but instead, all tho bets are hooked and the money handed over tn tho  winner as each event is announced, 'f\ie  blackboard arrangement, together with  tho other ordinary requisites of a, -uV-,-  j'lot'e gambling place, are to be uosn at  the rooms at Toronto Junction, wh.ro  as high as $8000 or ?9.000 in bets are  known to have boen booked in me *.!i.y.  WORSE HIVES OF EVIL.  Besides these places, there is a 'ilg,  crap game on University street. Tho  place is luxuriously fitted up���in fact,  with sweller apartments than most  clubs in the city. It is very interestin;'  there. The game is a $10 limit against  the bank. Nearly every day it is stampeded by young men in banking houses,  wholesale houses, mercantile institu  tions, from the city hall and also by  some rrovernment officials.  FROM POLITICS TO  CRAP..  Another crap frame goes along undisturbed in the apartments formerly occupied by the Toronto Liberal-Conservative Club on Melinda street. Tlie place  is neatly fitted up, and is patronized by  the strongest players among the local  gambler^. On several occasions, it is a  well-known fact that men have lost as  high as $1,000 in one night there. There  sire three men dealing, and two table;.,  one for the heavy bettors and another  for the lighter.  A LUXURIOUS RESORT.  Then again, what was formerly known  as the Turtle Hall restaurant has been  converted into a crap room, run by  Ridley & Gallagher. It is equipped with  pool and billiard tables, with a largo  room set aside where crap shooting and  other forms of gambling goes on.  of tho billiard tables is specially  pp for crap.  ALDERMAN TOOK A HAND  How these places could be run  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on  deposits.    Present rate  threo per cent.  GRANGE  V. HOLT,  Manager Nolson Branch.  question hard to solve, and any pica of  ignorance of such a. state of things  would certainly be taken by the public  with a very large grain of salt. Certain  aldermen aro known to frequent somo  of the places to play craps, whilo  others go around and look on just for  the amusement of the thing.  WORSE THAN CHICAGO.  That craps should be allowed to he  played even in the mildest degree is a  blow at the moral standing of the community when it is kno%..i mat the game  is regarded as too iniquitous to be' tolerated in the lowest districts of-'Chicago and New York. In those cith.s  poker, faro and such games are given  latitude, but when it comes to shooting  craps, the authorities interfere with a  strong hand.  LED TO RUIN.  During the past four or five years a  great many young men are known to  have been ruined by this sort of gambling in Toronto. They have been seized with the craze, and iu their eagerness to make money easy and fast. cney.  have neglected their legitimate business  pursuits only to be deceived in the unl.  A striking illustration of this was the  arrest of a young embezzler, some tinn  ago in one of the places mentioned by  a local detective, and by strangs circumstances'no effort was.taken to close the  place. It was allowed to continue a.--  though the authorities were hopeful  that more defaulters would thus . be  created in order that they would make  a public display of their activity in the  r.rrest.**.'  PALTRY PLACES PULLED.  Some places where crap and poker  were known to be played to a limited  extent were pulled not iong ago, but tho  chief resorts, including thoso referred  i.o, were not meddled with, and arc still  flourishing. It is to be hoped that the  authorities will waken up fo a sense of  duty in'.this respect and will take prompt  and effective steps to enforce the law  and rid the city of this pernicious gambling.  Capital  Rest  $2,600,000  *$ 1,850,000  II. P. HOWLAND Presidont.  5* iK^-k^1^ General Manager.  fc. HAY Inspector.  ���^���^^'--S'^,i^,^*-S'*^,^%1lij?'-^  m  91  9\  to  to  SAVINCS   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  THE   CURRENT   RATE   OF    INTEREST   ALLOWED.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  Victor Safe & Locl^ Co  CINCINNATI, OHIO.-  to  9}  The largest Are proof safe works in the world.  Over threo carloads sold in Kootenay in eight  WRITE FOR CATALOCUE AND PRICES.  P, J. RUSSELL, B. C. Agent  NELSON. B. O.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  TRE   ONT HOTEL -BLOCK.  One  lit ted  IN.  with  out the cognizance of the jiolice is a  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENT8  Agents for -J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview. Addition.  Office on   Baker Street, west of Stanley Street  ...  N KLSON.  im nam  INSURANCE.  REAL ESTATE  and MINING BROKER  FURNISHED HOUSE  Six roomed house, entirely furn  ished and with every modern  venien'ce,   situate   between  and Park on Lake street.  m month.  con-  Cednr  Rent $25  A REGULAR SNAP.  Appiy���H, R. Cameron  AGRNT. BAKKR STRKKT.  i FULL UNE QF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  tonal and ooast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  Of aU kinds,     '  IF WHAT TOU WANT TS NOT IN STOCK  WE WILL M-iKK IX FOB TOU  CALL AND GET PRICBOB.  HALL AND LAKH STKBKT8. NICLSON  r. reisterepT& CO.  BREWKRS AND BOTTMCRB 09  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt aud regular  delivery to the trades  Brewery at Nelson  Largo stock of high-class Imported goods. A  ��� UHcialty of the square shoulder���the latest  fishlnn tnnnnta  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E!.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Comer Victoria and Kootenay Streets.  *���'   fl   Pot MO -"TKTjWPHOIVW WO   OA  DISSOLUTION  OF  PARTNERSHIP.  Nolico Is heroby Riven that the co-partner-hip  Idtherto existing between the undersigned by  the stylo of. Leo ����� Burnett, as green grocers, has  I his day been di -solved by tho retirement of  Harry Burnett, who has transferred to Herbert  F. Leu oil his interest in the business, assets,  good will and book accounts. ���  All persons indebted to tho said partnership  nrn h'-iehyreoueptcd to make payment to thn  said Herbert, B. Lee. who has assumed and will  "av the liabilities of the partnership, and who  will continue the partnership business.  H. BURNETT, " -. ���  HERBERT F. LEE.  Witness:'  R. A.. Creech. .  Nelson, B. C , July loth, 1901.'���'  NOTICE  OF ASSIGNMENT.  Notice is hereby, given that Gecrge M. Fronk,  cf the City of Nelson, in the province of British  ''olumbia-, merchant, carrying'on business on  Baker street in the said City oC Nelson, has by  deed beai'i!ig=i?ateJll.liid8y7of.J.u!y.=1901���assigned=  nil his real and per.-otial property exceptas therein mentioned to A. P. Hay of the'ity nf Nelson,  in the province of British Col'iihbia accountant,  in trust for tno purpose of paying ard satisfying  rulcably and proportionately and without nrefur-  encc or priority, tho creditors of tho said George  M. Fronk. ���������'������.  Tho s >id deed was executed by the said George  M. Fronk aud thn said ��. P. Hay on tho llth day  of July. 1901, and tho said A. P. Hay has undertaken tho trust created by the said deed.  All persons having claims against tho said  George M. Fronk aro required to forward to said  A. P. Hay. Nolson, B.C, particulars of their  claims, duly voiitied, on or before -the*-15th day  of August, Mil.    . - ..  All pevsous .indebted to. tho said-rGoorge M.  Fronk are required to pay the amount due by  them to the said trustee forthwith.  And notice is horeby given .that after the sxid  loth day of August, 1901;;the trustee will proceed  to distribute the assets of the estate among the  parties entitled thoreto, having regard only to  the claims of which tho said trustee shall then  have haa. uo'ico.  An'! further take notice that a meeting of tho  creditors will ho hei it at the ofllces of the undersigned on the 2tit.li day of July, lfiOl. at 10 o'clock  .*, m., for tho giving of clir- ctions with reference  lo the disposal of tho cst-ilo.  GALLIHER & WILSON,  Solictors for/Trustee.  . K. W. C. Block, Baker St.reut. Nelson. B. C.  Bated thic llth.day of July. 1S01.  (No. 178)  CERTIFICATE  ���OK THE���  Registration of an Extra Provincial Company.  "Companies Act, 1897."  I hereby certify that tho " Gorman Mining and  Milling Company" has this day been registered  as an Jtxtra Provincial Company, under tho  "Cotnpanie* jVct. 181)7," to carry out or effect all  or any of the objects hereinafter set forth to  which the legislative authority- of the Legislature of British Columbia extends.  The head ollice of tho Company is situate in  the City of Tacoma, State of Washington,  U. S. A.  Tho amount of the capital of the Company Ik  one hundred thousand dollars, di'-'idod into one  hundred thousand shares of one dollar eacn.  i ho head olllce of the Compauy in this Province in situate at Nelson, and Richard Pape, Labourer, whose address is Nelson aforoonid, is the  attorney for the Company.  The time of the existence of the Company is  fifty years.  Givon under my hnnd and seal of ofllco at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, tin. 10th  dayof June, one thousand nine hundred and  one.  [i.. s.] S. Y. WOOTTON  Registrar of Joint Companies.  Thn objects for which the Company has boen  established are those sot out in the Certificate of  Registration granted to tlio Company un tlio 1st  February, 189!), and which app��ars in the British  Columbia Gazette ou tho 18th February, 1897.  to  9\  9}  to  to  9\  -    j        Established in Nelson 1890.  We are preeminently a watch house and particularly want your mail order business in watches, but please understand that while1 we give particular attention  to mail orders for watches, that is but "One" department of our business. ; We  do not confine ourselves exclusively to mail orders for watches, but fill orders  for anything needed by customere. Our lines in diamonds, fine jewelry "and  novelties, like our watch lines, are standard in quality and unsurpassed in style  and selling qualities. And, too, prices are in your favor���as much so as high  quality will permit. There shall be a mutual helpfullness in prices here. Quality  shall not be lowered to make prices -'cheap." There shall be absolute satisfaction on your part, or we will not try to win your trade. We would like to have  you put Us to the test in'this matter. , ���  All watch repairing guaranteed,  as we employ none but the best  workmen.  OUR WATCHMAKING AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL IN B. C.  to  M  JACOB  DGTER,  THE JEWELER  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  Mall orders receive oiir prompt  and careful attention.. Our prices  are/always right.  to  9\  9\  to  J*\  glffW0    -"'���.- ��� ���  " .^^^      ���  w * C5^^ ^^_\____0 4___W\W____0 4_____W\\____0 <U_t_______0 ^___\W________0 mL_\\____t__m ^_tH______0 4______t_0 4_t_____0 4________0 4_W____0 ^L___\___0 4Hb*v ^L_^^-p^^^ &*��� ^E -^^9^^B^ *-^*^^^ '*^^.___W\b 0^tl__^ *^^^___W ^^H^ 0^^_t_�� 0^____W_W\b 0^t^_P *^^^.\WW\b *0^t__w 0^*^____b 0^*\^__\__t 0^_\____* _0^^_tl___\ ^tffl�� "^^V"^���  ^"���i-fc, ���'*<^ ��Q^*^r*^?* vST* Sk��� %?��� ^C* 'Sk* **��! ���^. ���'S^T'^'V-^' ^'^'^'00'00'00'00'00'00'-00'^0'00'^0'000,00,00*^0*^0*0'  ooivnjp^.isr"Y"  OFFICE: BAKER STREET WEST, NELSOfJ, B. C.  TELEPHONE f-0. 219.' P. 0. BOX 68S.  R. B. REILEY  (SUCCE8SOR TO H. D. ASHCROFT):  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD   WORK-**  EXPERT HORSESHOEING..  EV|ARBLE, BUILDING, STONE,  BRICK, AND LIIVIE .....  The Mansfield' Manufacturing Company-  have the above mentioned buildiDg materials  for sale at reasonable prices. Special quotations to builders and contractors for large,  orders. -        ���   "  ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO  Special attention given't  andouBtom -work from  oil kinds of repairing   ovielde points.   Heavy  bnlto made tio order on Rhor* notioe"'  lansield Manufaetuping  OFFICE:    BAKER STREET WEST, JlELSOfl, B C.  TELEPHONE NO. 219.    P. 0 BOX 688.  NOTICE.  Cancellation  of   Reservation, Kootenay  , ' District. '  -M"OTTCK 1 ��� hereby given th��t the rnpor--ntIon  L^ placed on that jiart.ionliir i��ir"ul nf land,  which may be described hh cmiiiii>*: <: :.|- hi llw  northpast corn.T of   Town-hii*  (Kaj   . i>-:it  A,  '-Kootenay District,, which Ih also the noi'lheavt  corner or Bl ck 12. Kramtd to the Nelson and  Fort Sheppard  Itailway Company   hy  Crown  - jfRnt, dated 8lh March, 1895; thon'-o duo east Ij,  miles; therce duo south'tn the International  Rounnary ; therce duo west, alon-*: said boundary  16 miles; theoco north to tbe place of com men co-.  ment, notice whoroof was published in the  .British Columbia Gnzette, and dated 7ih May,  1890", Is herehy rescinded.  W. S. 60111?  Deputy Commissioner of Lands &. Works.  . Lands and Works DepaUraent,'  Victoria. B. C. 23rd May, 1901.     ,  TBAPEB   TJNION8.  T AUNDIIY WORKKKS- UNIOV OK NKLSON  ���H, No. 8591, A F.of L.���Meets in Miners' Union  Hall, C. P. R. rtfock, corner of Baker nnd Stan  lev streets, on fourth Friday in ovory month at  7:30 p.m. sharp, yisiting merab��rs of American  Federation cordially invited to attend. 0. Fred  rick, president; .A. \V. McFee, secretary.  JJKiaON MINKR8' UNION NO. UB. W. F. cf  ���*���' M,���Meets in miners' union rooms, northwest corner of Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. 'Visiting; mom  bera welcome. M. R. Mowatt, President. Jame  Wilkes, Secretary. Union Scai.k of \VaGE8  tor Nelson District���Per shift, machine  mon, $3.50: hammorsmen miners, $3.25; muckers,  carmen, shovelers and other undertrronnd laborers, $3 00.  T1RADE8 AND LABOR COU.VCIL.-The retru.  *��� lar meotiugs of the Nelson Trades and Labor *  Counoil.will beheld in the miners' union hall.  0rr".erJ-alcor and Htanloy streets, on the first and  third Thursday of. oach month, at 8 p. tn. C. J,  Clayton. Pre*-..;. A. T. Curie. Sec.   P.O. box 00.  rpHK regular meeting's air the Carpenters' Union  .���*���    are bold on   Wednesday  evening of  each"  �����epk.at 7 o'clock, in the Miners' Union rooms'  corner of  Baker and  Stanley s'reeta.   Charles  Clayton. President. ; Alex B. Murray, Secretary,  ���DARBRRS' UNioN.-Nelrion'Unlon. No. lilfi. of  -1-" the International Journeymen Rarhers Uh  Ion of America, meets every first and third Mon.  day of each month in Miner's Union Hall, at 8.3  sharp, vieitinc brothers cordially invited to  attend. R. McMahon, presiflnrt;-J. H. Mathe  son. Hecretary-tretyirer: J. C.Gardnor, recording  secretary.! ��� ,.-���  - is.  ���   -.'-I  ' /  '���*���     1,  ' I  " - _.}  ts  ;*i  -��-a  P. Burns & Co.  Hkad Office at  ^^NELSON,=B..O.=  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  NOTICE.  Act  "INSI'ECBION   OP   METAI.I.IKKROUS   Ml.VES  "-Amendment Act, 1901,"  ; .  NOTICE is herpby given/that copies of the  Code of Mine Signals provided by th�� above  Act, which comes into force on the 1st prox., can  be obtained from the King's printer, Victoria.  Copies on paper will ba furninhed free, but a  chnrg-e of fifty cents will be made for those ou  rubber cloth.  RICHARD McBRIDR, Minister of Mines.  Department of Mines, 27ch June, 1901.,  NOTICE.  ���M"KL80N PAINTRRS' UNION-Tho regular  T -mpeting of tho -Painters' Union is hold  the first and third Fridays ln.eaoh month at Miners Union hall at 7:**0 sharp. Walter K. Kce.  President; Henry Bennett. Secrotary.  PLA8T-ERKRS' UNION-The O. P. I. A. No.  wm i-Ct "jeets every Mor day evonlng in the  KUlot block, corner Baker and Stanley streets, al  �� o olock. J. D Mnvur. president: William  Vice, socretary, P. O. Box 616.  "I  if  - 1*-  ^  PEATERNAL   SOCIETIES  NKLSON LODGE. NO. M. A. V. tc A. M  Meets seoond Wednesdny In eaoh month  Sojourning brethren Invited.  Tho annual general meeting of the Capcado  WaLer, Power s Light Company, Limited. wi:l  be held at the offices of the company. Baker  street. Nelson, B., C.,- on ��� Wednesday ihe 17th  dayjof July, instant, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.  JOHN FRASER. Secretary.  NOTICE.        ~~  Markets at Nelson, Rossland,  Denver, Revelstoke, Per^-nson  way, and. Vancouver.  Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,   Sandon,   8i)vert��n, Nev  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  Mail Orders Promptly PorwarHod  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ! ILL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLKSALK AND RKTAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  K. W. C BLOCK  WARD STREET  OKDKKM RV MATIj  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  RBCWP*'!*) flADU'tll,   *vn PHflUw   ���"rt-ifwriow  ROSSLAND   EIVQIIVBERIINa   WORKS  cunliffb & McMillan  Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  ORE! OARS, ("kips. cp(-cf*, ore bin doors, chute*1 nnd general wrought iron work.    Our oro cars are  the be-it on tn- market    Write us for references and full pnrticu sirs.  SECOVD HANDMACH1NKIIY FOH SALK.-One 5-foot Helion wHterwheol, widlhCOOfeet, "8 told'  spinal riveted pipe.   One lOxaxlU outside pucked pluiiRer sinking pump,    ltock diills, stoping  bars, &c, &c.  Notice is horeby given that I intend to apply  =at.!ho.next=regulariBitting;oM.he;board-oMiceni-e=  commiRsioners for the cityof Nelson, to be held  after the explrution of thirty days from the date  hereof, for a transfor of tho retail liquor license  now held hv me for tho pretnisos known a�� the  Glue Pot Saloon, situated on the west half of Lot  4. Hlock 2, subdivision of Lot Ho,.Nelson, to William Walinsloy and James-Ro wes.  Witness THOMAS SPROAT.  Thomas M. wJliD  Dated this 28th day of June. 1901.  NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.  ���KTELSON HOVAlj ARCI7 CITAPTRR No. 1?3  -'-, G. R. C���Meets third Wednesday. Sojourn  ing nnmpnnions invited. Goorgo Johnstone,/.: E.  VV. "Matthews, S. E. .  -f��TKIjSON AERIK No.22. F. 0. E.-Maotsecona  ���*���'    and fourth Wodnesday of each mouth, at  t.-���.���i...  tt..,      George  Bartlett,  president  secretary.  Fraternity  HalL  John V. Morrison  -fT-OOTENAY TENT NO." 7, K. O. T. Bf.���  -1-*- Hold theirregular meetings on the flrft and  third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir  Knights aro cordially invited to attend. G. A.  Brown, R. K.; A. XV. Purdy, Com.; R. J. Steel  It. S�� C ;-  ATtf.BTTT!PT   A.  AGENTS NORDHEY PUMPS.  P.  O.  Box  198.  STOCK  CARRIED.  THIRD  AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  W. P. TIERNEY  Tolephone 265.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Office:  Two Doors West C P. R. Offices  TENDERS   WANTED.  The Hastings (B C.) Explornt.lon Syndicate,  Limited, will consider bids for diMiiond drilling  on tho Arlington mine at Krle, U. C. b'or fun  information oali or address No. 9, K.-W.-C. block,  Nelaon, B. C.  WEST TRANSFER GO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All  Kinds  of  Teaming  Work.  and Transfer  Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Imperial Oil  Company.   Washington Brick, Lime Sc Manufacturing Company.   Goneral commercial agents  and brokc-H.  _ All coal anil wood strictly cash on dollvory.  telephone w.   O^m 184 Bi\\6r St.  In tho matter of the estate jof Charles Davis McKenzie, lato of tlio Cily of Nelson, British  Columbia, deceased.  Notice Is horeby glvon pursuant to the  "TrustcoHand Exerutors Act ihat all creditors  and others having claims ngainst the nsinte of  the faid Chnrles Davis Mckenzie who diod on  tho llth day of February. 1!W1 o** required on or  before the 10th day of August. 11101. tosendby post  prepaid or deliver to the undersigned, administrator of tho estaio of tlie cuid deceased, at,  Kaslo, B. C, their Christian and surnames, ad-  drosses and descriptions, tho full particular'of  their claims, the Htatcmnnt. of thoir accounts, nnd  tho nature of their securities, if any, hold by  them.  And furthor tako notice that after such last  montioned dato tho undersigned wlll-procerd to  distribute the assets of thesaid deceased among  iho parties ontitled thereto, havinir rogard only  to the claims of which he shall then havo notice,  and that ho will not be liable for the said assots.  or any part thereof, to any person or persons of  whoso claims notice shall havo n it been receivoJ  by him at tho time of ��uch distribution.  Dated tho lilth day nf Juno. l'JOl.  NEIL F. MacKAY,  Administrator of the estate of the said deceased.  NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS.  C. EWART���Architect.   Room 3 Aberdeen  block, Bakor street, Ne'��on.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER  In tho matter of tho Estato of Marmaduke  BonnlHon. late of Nolson, B, C, deceased:  Notice is hereby given pursuant to statute that  all creditors and others having claims against tho  estate, of the said Marmaduke Bennison, who  died on or about the 27th day of March, 1901, aro  required on or before tho 1st day of August, 1901,  to send by po t prepaid or deliver to Geo. S. Mc-  Cartor of Bovolstoke, solicitor for Albert Edward  Bennison, tho administrator of tho estate of said  deceased, their christian andsurnames, addresses  nnd descriptions, the full particulars of tlii-ir  claims, tlio statoment of thoir accounts aud thn  nature of the securities, if any, hold by them, all  duly vorifled. i  And notice is furthor given that after such last  mentioned dato the saia administrator will pro-  coed to distribute tho said estato of tho doccasod  among tho parties entitled thereto, having regard  only to the claims of which ho ("lull thon havo  notice aud that tho said administrator will not  bo liable for tho said assets or any part thoreof to  any porson or persons of whose claims notice shall  not havo beon rocoivod by him a!i tho timo of  such distribution.  Dated tho 20th day of Juno, A P. 1901.  GEO. 8. McCAKTER,  Solicitor for Albert Edward Bennison, administrator of the estato of Marmaduko Bennison,  doceascd.  WANTED, BOYS-Good active and reliabl.  bt>B to act at* soiling agents of tho Daily Tribuno  lu every town in Kootenay and:Yale districts.  To John J. McA.vnitKWS or to any pcri-nn or persons to whom ho may havo transferred his  interest in tho Black Diamond Minoral Claim,  situate  on  tho  north side of Bear Creok,  about three miles from tho town of Ymir.  lying s**uth of and adjoining tho  Evening  Star Mineral Claim. Nelson Mining Division  of Wost Kooterny Dlstiict.and recorded in  the recorder's (fflio'for tho Nelson "Mining  Division.  You and each of you are hereby notified thnt I  have expended Two Hundred and Twelve dollars  and Twenty-flvo conts ($21*2.25) in labor and improvements upon Ihe abovo mentioned minora]  claim in ordor to hold said  mineral claim under  iho provisions of the Mineral Act. and if within  ninety days from tlio,date of this notice j ou fail  or rofuso to contribute yoi'r proportion of such  expenditures together with all costs nf advertising your interosts in paid claims will bocome tbe  property of tho subscriber under section 4 of an  Aot entitled  "An Act to Amend the Mineral  Act. 1900." JOHN DKAN.  Dated at Nelson this 27th day of April. 1901.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNEB.  To Herbert Cuthbort or to ��ny person or persons to whom  he may havo transferred his  interestin the Blend Mineral Claim, ntuate  on the west fork if llovor r.rcok, in tho Nolson mining division of  West Kootenny District, and recorded in tho recorder's oflice for  tho Nelson Mining Division.  You and each of  ynu aro hereby notified thab  wo hav�� expended four hundred and oloven dollars in labor and  improvements upon tho ��bovo  mentioned mineral clnim in order to hold said  mineral claim under tho provis'ons of the Mineral Act, and  if  within  ninety da, s from the  date of this notice you fail or  rofuso to contribute your proportion  of such  expenditures together with all costs of advertising jour  interests in said clnims will become the proporty of  tho subscribers, under section 4 of an Act, entitled "An Act to Amend the Mineral Act, 1100."  FRANK FLETCHEH,  .1. J. MALONE,  H. O. NEEIjANDS,  E. T. H. SIMPKINS.  Pated at Nolson this 3rd day of June. 1901.  NOTICE.  j\ny persons acting as trackwalkers or special  ronstables for the Cnnndian Pac'flc Railway  Company during the Trackmen's strike are  respectfully notified that they are acting against  the best hucros's of organized labor.  T. G. McMANAMON,  Organizer B. of R. T. of A.  Nelson, Juno 25th. 1901.  NOTIOE. *  Twon'y dollar- reward  will be paid by tho  linriersiKiitd tor information  which will securer  theconietion of tho pcr-on who is known to hare  poisoned my chickens in tho Hume Addition.  MIW, A. BOOTH. P. O. Box 18vf. Nelso****,  ,-S  I".  '*  1  ii- If  t  ���  li  !  :'  THE TfilBtTlTE: NELSON, B d, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1901  -'!  I'--  Baar in, Wlind -that wo Carry a Full and Complete Line of Bath Requisites  Which Includes  SPONGES      LOOFAHS      BATH BRUSHES  GLOVES     VIOLET AMMONIA  FLORIDA and TOILET WATERS  And in fact everything to make one feel comfortable and refreshed these hot days.  .W.'-F. TEETZEL & CO.  VIOTORIA   BLOCK  NELSON,   B. O.  y  \$i  NELSON CLOTHING HOUSE  ' NO    219   BAKER   STREET,   NELSON.  gOOTSI       BOOTSI       BOOTS!  For a few days only we will hold a slaughtering  discount sale of boots and shoes.  J. A. Gilker, Proprietor  TELEPHONE 39.  P. O. BOX 527,  flj-  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills  XjIIvfTITEXJ.  CHARLES HILLYER, President -'      HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  \y. Cr  br-  lTive'jn-tii'CPiri'il 3,0 fl.onn font of 1ok�� (i om Triaho. and wo aroprepnrcd to cut the l.-vgc-fc hill*  of "iiiiiue***!' im}' "i'l-rn-i n-i or leiiKLn-s.. lislimivtos givon ubauy time. Tho luifost stuck ut sash,  doors, aiiil uiuuliliiijb in Kootenai. "    .'  COAST LUMBER OF ALL  KINDS ON HAND  omCK A\'D YARDS:   CURVKR HAU, AND I'TtOXT STUKKTF.  _i  K>  FISHING TACKLE  IS NOT A NEW VENTURE WITH US.  H J  We know your wants and have what you need. Our line is  too Jarg-e io enumerate, but a call will convince you that it is  lhe most,complete in the city.  t._ i".  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  ImnnrtO'B nnd  DeBlers In Shmf and Hnavy   Hardware.  1-  I.  u  If  la  0  W  il  ^���^���-&m  ���e=>-(i  -m  >mm  ���teg.  l��-<  $0  $)  MORRISON & CALDWELL  PROVISIONS   AND   PRODUCE.  OUR LEADERS-  ���     Jh^ wi�� 11.If r r*.\A/n   NpwHalg   r.rpampry   Rnttpr  In all sizud packages' and 1-pound bricks  September Selected Ontario Cheese  Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese  Fresh Bogustown Ranch Eggs  Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee and Spices  Bakep Street,  Nelson. B. C.  Morrison & Caldwell  ~~-   CITY LOCAL NEWS  Born, at Nelson on Sunday, July llth,  to Mr. and Mrs. J.  B. Fox, a daughter.  * *_   #  Tho hoist employed ay the contractors  for the post office building Is an object  of much interest these days. It is conceded  by all who have seen it in operation to be  tho slowest of its kind ever witnessed  and with it in use the contractors will  probably require-all their time allowance  In   which   to   complete   tho  building.  * *   *  The first drill of the local company of  11. M. P.. will bo held at tbe rille ranges  this evening. A streot car has been engaged to take the members to the ranges  and it will leave the armory ut (i:45 o'clock  sharp. As but a short time remains before  tho inspection the olllcers desire every  member to turn out this evening and at  every subsequent drill In order that the  local company may make the best showing: in  the regiment.      t  * *   *  - A. V. Mason, manager of tho Nelson tram  way company,-.litis received notice from  R. Robitaille's solicitors notifying him that  their client intends to bring suit against  the tramway company, and against Mr.  Mason and provincial constable Young for  false arrest In conoeciiun with the float  dispute. In'which Robitaille was arrested  on a charge of theft. Neither of tho men  named are losing any sleep over the threatened proceedings.  Manager Malone if he expects to he a  successful amusement caterer must infuse  a stream of new, blood into his ball players. The people will back him up with gate  receipts if he gives them what they want.  He may not be able to get big George Pat-  ridge back from South Africa, or little  Isaac Rockenlield from Seattle, :but he can  surely get better material than showed up  to such a disadvantage yesterday on the  Recreation Grounds.  The real estate men who: gave expert  testimony in the land dispute of Beer vs.  t)io C. P. R. received their money yesterday��� , lifter several months of waiting. This  WlH ii)i action brought by Beer against the  C,' P. R, for land/ ocindemned by. the railway e'lWijmiiy When the Balfour extension was being bujll, The railway company oiVered lo settlo upon tho basis of  $'-'5 por acre, This offer was retimed and a  court of arbitration was created to settle  tho'valuc of the land. The arbitrators found  for the railway company with the result  that the owners of the land were saddled  with the entire cost of the arbitration,  which amounted to more than the amount  originally in dispute. '  THE DOMINION RIFLE LEAGUE  Second Match on Saturday.  Tlio nocond match for the Dominion Rifle  Ijoaguc Competition will take plac o(n Saturday the -Jill, Th follovt ing are the teams  chosen to shoot: -  l-'IRST TEAM���N. T. aSaclaod, D. McKay, Or. Ilall, A. Carrie, J. G. Tinkiss,  II. Bird, J. F. Weir, J. McKenzie, Alex.  Grain,  I-,. Gobey.  SECOND TEAM���II. A. Langford, R. ,J.  Steel, lieutenant T. Brown, J. Simpson, E.  .1. Robie, judge Forin, R. J. Dutton, J.  Ingrain,   F.   J.   Richardson,   J.   Rae.       (  H. Bird will be captain-of No. 1 team  and lieutenant7 Brown, captain of No. 2  team. No I team will'commence shooting  at 9 o'clock sharp at the 200-yard range.  No. 2 team will commence shooting at 2  o'clock p. m. sharp at the '200-yard range.  J. Tngram will shoot with the first team-  and b. Gobey with the second team in the  afternoon. Each member will be furnished  with 24 rounds of ammunition on the pay-,  ment of 25 cents, or 50 cents if ho took'  "jftpfc in the previous competition. Any outside rifle associations, wishing to have their  men shoot oyer the Nelson "range will have  to. furnish credentials and supply;- their  men with ammunition. '.  H.   E.   MACDONELL,  Range   Officer.  *3^  <^^&&^&^^&^8&.gr  #'  $  0  IN HALF GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS.  Mining Records,   , '������....:  There were but two locations recorded at  the   Nelson. record   office   yesterday,   both  of which were located by Thomas E. Kirby.  VTheyvyycre thoYou Like, on Craig moun-  some big fellow that he doesn't like for a  go at the Coeur d'Alene on tho night of  July 20th. A feature of the local exhibition will be an explicit illustration of how  to feint for aa opening, how to land a  punch and how to blook it. They will illustrate every blow used in the prize ring.  This wrinkle was first, introduced by Madden and McAulIff, and has won great favor  with  the public.���Spokesman Review.  EASTERN CANADIAN NEWS  Wired in Brief.  llAP.TLAND, N. B., July lS.-Editor Stevens of the llartland Advertiser was committed for. trial before the police magistrate at   Woodstock on a charge of libel.  CARAQUET, N. B., July IS.���Lord and  lady Minto and party reached here yesterday and were warmly welcomed. 'They  are making a tour of the maritime provinces. '    -        '���������...���  LINDSAY, Out., July IS.���Mrs. Hughes,  wife of. major Sum Hughes, was knocked  down by a runaway, horse on Tuesday  night and is now suffering from nervous  shock and bruises.  MONTREAL,   July   IS.���It   is   likely, the  Montreal   street . railway   will   reduce   the  price   of   workingmen's; tickets   to   twelve  for a quarter, good during- the hoars when  'workingmen are going to work.  ST. CATHARINES, July IS.���The town  council of Throbald,- Ont., has appointed  Miss Nina Dugan- town treasurer to succeed her brother. She-is the .'.lr.st lady in  Canada, to bo appointed town treasurer..  N MICHIPICOTEN, Ont., July lS.-rrTwo.little girls, Mable Mitchell of Cloudslee and  Miss Perry of Bruce Mines,'are dead from  injuries sustained' 1*y an ��� explosion - in a  cooking' stove'caiisCd by putting vcoal oil  on the tire.      '    ' *''���  ���,-,*'��� -  TORONTO! July IS.���The' black chapter  of Orangemen opens their; meeting here  Monday. John C,'Glass of Shiibenacadle,  N. B., will be the"new grand master."The  grand lodge meets] Tuesday. Clarke "Wallace will be re-elected grand master.  NIAGARA FALLS, Ont., July IS,:���Gordon Fawcett, thesix year old'son of Thomas Fawcett, Was., attacked this morning  by two ChespeakCj hounds owned by a man  named Kake. The .buy was 'frightfully  mangled and'doctprs fear ho'won't recover.  The doij-s were shot.  OTTAWA, July IS.���A Stratford dispatch  says there seems to be a strong probability that the woman whose body has been  found in the Ottawa river was Miss Poyne-  who lived in the . townoiiip of Northeast  Hope. She was traveling for a London corset company and left here for Octawa  about three months ago and has not been  heard of for the past six weeks.  Canadian Shooters,'  TORONTO, July IS.���Tho Evening Telegram's Bisley' cable says gunner Fleming  of Victoria, B. C.,- woii' lourth place and  ,C'3 in'the Gregory rapid tiring competition.  Lieutenant   Drtvldson   ot 'Toronto,   thirty.-  . fourth, and captain1'Wetmore of Sussex,  N. B,,'woii JC1 eiich'in the same match,  ln the premier 'match, lieutenant Murphy  of London; was" twenty-seventh- and captain Wetmore twenty-ninth, each winning  ,C1. At first rangel'flve hundred, yards, sergeant' Bodeley' of; Victoria, scored 34,.private ' MafJon 6f Ottawa 33, color sergeant  Richardson bf "Victoria' 33, and captain  Wetmore of'1 Sussex/ N. B., 31; 'In the Alexandria match caiitain -Wetmore . was  seventeenth, winning -��5, private- Mason  forty-ninth' and "private Spencer ol- Toronto fiftieth, ��4 each. Private Graham  of Dundas, sixty-sixtn; color sergeant Mc-  Dougail of B. C, ninety-sixth; private  Armstrong of Toronto, 117th; sergeant  Swain of Kingston, 134th; sergeant Crowe  of Gueiph, Ont,, 144th, i��3 each; and color  sergeant Richardson of Victoria, 193th,  seigeant O. W-  Bocleley..of Victoria, 26th,  . and lieutenant. Gilclmist .of Quelph,: 32nd,  ��2 each,.'Which, makes' the total winnings  of Canadians in this match ��34.  tain adjoining the Montreal, and the>j.os-  groye. -  CertiUc-ites of work wore issued on the  Jytaggie tp Andrew F. Spstad, on the onam-  plon t(> Henry,S. Grn(.ty, on {.he Etlente {o  ,Mjc|i'ael Egan, on t-he fjraljam to, Rflcl-ael  Egnri, OP tl!P JTarblp to .Ip!]n I3e*-irefUi et  al., Union Jack fo' 13, S. aiassfqrcl, on tiie  Dorval to A. Gascon.  The only transfer recorded was one In  which Iver Bjornstnd transferred to Andrew Sostad  the Maggie mineral claim.'  WE ALSO HAVE ALL KINDS OF FRUIT.  Hoaston Block. Baker Street.  Telephone 161    P. O. Box 170  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  E.   K.   STRACHAN,   PLUMBER  [Successor  to   Strachan  Bros.]  Having honglit out, my brother's share of the business, I am still at the  old stand and con tinning to do first-class work and will guarantee satisfaction in all brancnes of plumbing*.  V'  MS"-  If-  txxxx3xiiizzxiixxtxxxazxzxxxxxxxxxxxzxxxxxxxiiixzzxiixzzzzzxzzzzzxixxxixxxxixxxxxxxTxxxxxxxxzzzxxxxxixzxxr.zxzxr,  % THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE!  No. ���*, K. W. C. Bloek, NELSON, B. C.  .   Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the Exchange.  Free Milling- Oold Properties wanted at once for Eastern Investors.  Parties liaving mining property for mile aro r��quesl��d to sond samples of thoir ore to the  JCxcliango forexhibif.ion. Wo duairc to hear from all yroi-pectors who have prorjilxing mineral  claims in JlritiBU Columbia.  Prospectors and mining mon are requested to mako tho Kxchange thoir headquarters when  B  in Nelson. H  All samplos should be sent by oxprosa, Prepaid.   Correspondence KoHcItcd 5  Address all communications to B  Telephone 104   ��� ANDREW  F.  ROSENBERGER, |  P. O. Box 700 * Nelson, B. C. I  XxxiXLXxzzrxiizxixzxzxxztxxixxzxzxzxzxzxxxzzxzxxxizxaFXf? zzmmrrzzzx fzxxxxxzx_t__xxxxx.:j_xixxxzizxxxxxa una  PERSONAL.  P.  Vans Agnew of the Athabasca mine  Is at the Phair.  . *        -  IC. C. KM Icon, provincial engineer, has ro-  j turned from a trip to the Ymir district.  '    B.  J.  Coylo,  general  passenger agent of  life Canadian I'aclllc railway, is registered  ,*H. tjio Phair.  *iV||l!i*.in  Hunter Qf Silverton, A. II.  Wal-  hridge   pf . Vttii-jjjuverJ   and   T.   K.   Hickey  of SaNdon are stopping- at the Phair.  H,  , Ci'in^rpn,  |ate secpetary of the Do-  mlulim IJay oekibratjnn, wil) leave o�� Sl\\--  urdiiy on a short holiday li'i|) to. J.jrjinqon.  W.-C. 'Perry of'Winnipeg, ,r. T. Kelly of  Phoenix, J.P Miller of Kaslo and p. Klwoll  of Bonnington  Falls are reglstured at the  Hume.  J. A. McKinnon of Phoenix,  U J. Pelky  of Greenwood, M. Nord of Sandon, and D.  Rempel   of  St.   James,   Minn.,  are  at   the  Queen's.  Cigar Men Organize.  BUTTE, Mont,,, July 18.���For. some time  the dealers in, cigars in Eiitte have been  engaged in a pvice cutting war. Some dealers have cut cigars selling usually for 12 1-2  cents to 10 cents.straight, and two have cut  Goff to Meet Ruhlin.  "T will go on for three rounds with Ruh-  j ju if he. so wishes, when ho appears at  t|*c local Coeur d' Alone theater," said  Charley Pr-IT last, night. "There is a difference of ;i7 pounds between our weight-!,  and it is lilcly that ho could stop me, but  I have my own opinio.! mat he can not,  nnd am willing to inal-o a trial. I worked  with Ruhlin for four years, and know he  is a good one. I was his trainer for his  lights with Jeffries, McCoy, Sharkey, Mailer, 'j.nliliircl, t'lioyntski, and Kitzsiinmons.  Most of these lights were victorys for  Ruhlin. Recently he sent for nie to go cast  and give with him an exhibition of the fast  work he and 1 mado a special ty of when  T was wilh him.-'  Goff Is In receipt - of a communication  from   Ruhlin's   manager,   Billy   Madden, j  "to-three for a quarter. These cost atwHole^  sale from $T0 to SSO a ^thousand. Cigars  which havp regularly sold for. JS cent::  and even throb for 5(i cents are ly?.jng sold  for two for a quai'tp: posting "JIJO per thousand at w'lplesaje. �� meeting was held  this aftcrnf-r-ti and tlio Retail Cigar Dealers' jVssociatio'n organized,' It will try to  stop wholesalers from selling cigars in ho:-  lots at prices almost as-low as to-the re-  tall l-uycrs. Of-the- MiO retail dealers ull but  2S joined: '"'��������� ������������" .-���  Hope to Tree, Mrs. Botiin.  SAN FRANCISCO, Jmy IS.���The case of  Mrs. Corde'.ia liotkin, charged with murder, was sta-'tcd-on lt-.i way to the supreme-court of the-United States today.  Superior- j*.i-?ge' Cook ordered a writ of  error to Issue. .The writ bf error depends  upon the allegation that the.cise Is n fed-  oral matter, the crim.e having been originated in California, and consummated In  liover, ".'<?1. Should tha suproino court huld  that the jiropor pi .ce tc prosecute the case  is in Delaware Mrs. Rotkln's attorneys will  claim that the D--.'aw.-<re authorities have  forfeited Uieir rights jn ngt clani-jng her  in the first lpi3t.-ij-.ee.  Davis Begins Life Sentence.  BOISE, Idaho, July IS.���"Dlamondfleld  Jack" Davis is in the penitentiary, He arrived In the city this afternoon at 3:50 in  charge of guards J. P. Donnell and Clinton Median'. The' penitentiary hack was in  waiting and without delay the famous  itrlminal win s*.Pi?d--d towfrd the state institution. When Davis alighted from thfc  cars his face was lighted with a smile.  Several ponsons who knew him were present, but neither his counsel nor those intimately associats-1 with his case bade him  welcome On his right ...nkle he wore E.n  "Oregon boot," He was soon tn the penitentiary and had.'donned the prison stripe.-*.  Manchuria's Fate.  WASHINGTON, July 17.���It is understood to be the desire of some of the  ���irreat powers that the disposition of  Manchuria should go before the ipinis-  ters at Pekin and be finally determined  by a joint agreement among the- powers. Although no definite step has been  taken in that direction, it iu being discussed  by foreign representatives sta-  TELEPHONB 27  HI.    DB~yEH,S   So   OO.  Store, Comar Baker and Josephine Shoe  PAINTS, OILS /\ND GLASS.  GARDEN  TOOLS.  REFRIGERATORS     rubber and cotton hose.  POULTRY NETTING  Sole   Agents   for   Giant   Powder   Company    and   Truax   Automatic   Ore   Cars.  JsnELsoisr  ,    STORES   AT  :kl^s:l.o  s^k-3sriD03sr  tioned here, who .fully expect that the  plan will be adopted. Russia, it is be-  liieved, will be reluctant to agree to it.  Attention has been directed to the latter by reports that Russia has- resumed  direct negotiations with China concerning Manchuria and also by yesterday's  cablegram stating that a Russian proclamation was about to be issued proclaiming New Chwang as a Russian  port. As to this report that Russia will  proclaim New Chwang to be a Russian  port, it is pointed out in diplomatic cir-.  cles that New Chwang is a treaty port  and1 as'such open to'the commerce of  the world, under the existing tariff regulations with .China. These rights of  trade could not be diverted, in the opinion of diplomatic officials, by a Russian  proclamation unless the powers had previously .given .assent.. Thus far, however,.- there has been^.no request from  Russia or China for any change in the  .status of New' Chwang as0 one of the  treaty ports. 7  . j Mr. Rockhill, our special commissioner at Pekin.^has,been .instructed, to give  the assent of; the -United States to the  discussion r.of the proposition to increase  the Chinese custom;duties.'in order to  provide means for' the 'payment'' of the  international indemnity. Our government,is.still opposed to this project and'  the instruction Js sent only in deference to the universal wish for a speedy  conclusion- of ;the negotiation's at Pekin.*  In a spirit which. aroused the keenest  admiration'of the state department, the  Japanese government has met' the difficulty growing out of the preference of  her -request for an increase of her indemnity from China by withdrawing  that request. Japan asked ..originally  for. $23,000,000. This figure was more  moderate than anj* of the powers which  played any prominent part in the Chinese campaign and represented the barest expense of the undertaking^ It was-  fixed upon the idea that payment was to  be made in cash by China.- It is safe  to assume that the- United States government will .do what'it can to secure  compensation for Japan in some other  way in the future.  ���   Won the Championship  SPRINGFIELD, Mass., July IS.���Major Taylor has settled his difficulties  with the National Cycling Association  and rode here tonight for the first time  in. this' country since his return from  his, successes in France. The,fines of  $400 imposed by the National-Cycling  Association have been -remitted with  the understanding that Taylor appear at  all grand circuit meets hereafter. Although not in condition'Taylor won the  half-mile championship from ��� Cooper,  and Fennel.  Preliminary" Railroad Work.  VICTORIA, July 18���The government  has decided to send out two parties of  engineers to explore a- route for - the  Coast--to-K6otenay railway through the  Hope! mountains. \  ' Preliminary work: on Fraser river  bridge at. New Westminster will be.gin  at once under the supervision of J.-A.  L. Waddell, an eminent Canadian engineer.' ; . .  _Sp_eci fi cat i o.n.s yay-e^hei figi p repa r e d f p r_  the: governor's residence at Victoria.  .        PAID LOCALS.  *b ���*��� *b *b *b *b *b *b *b -b *b *b *b *b *b **���* *b 'b  ���b, Display    advertisements     run  'b regularly will be inserted in The  ���b Tribune   for   ?4   per    inch   per  ���b month;  if inserted for less than  ���I- a month, 25 cents per inch each  ���b insertion. Trades Union and Fra-  ���b ternal' Society Notices, Cards of  'b-  Wholesale Houses, Legal Notices,  ���I* etc., will be classified and charged  ���J* for at the uniform rate of ONE-  * HALF CENT A WORD each in-  -b sertion.  ���I- ���    Reading   notices,    under    the  -b head    of    Paid    Locals,    TWO  ���j- CENTS A WORD each insertion.  ���I- No advertisement accepted for  *b less than 25 cents.  ���**�� ��*{��� ������� ��j��. v*1* ��j�� ���*!* ^. ^. ���]�� ^. .i* ��*^ ��j�� ��|�� ���)[��� ^* *j��  ARTICLES FOR SALE.  SEWING MACHINES OF ALL KINDS  for rent at the Old Curiosity Shop.  ROWBOAT FOR SALE. BY* PARTY  .leaving.town.'ln first-class condition. Address L, Box 188, city.  . FOR  RENT.  FURNTSHED FRONT ROOMS AND  sitting room to let; over Vanstone's drug  store;.$2.50 per week. .  . SEVEN ROOM HOUSE ON CARBON-  ate street,, between Stanley and Kootenay  streets; bath room, hot and cold water.  Rent !?25.7 Inquire W. P. Robinson, Nelson.  FURNISHED FRONT ROOM WITH OR  without board. Apply four doors above  City Hall,  Victoria street.  FOR   SALE���REAL   ESTATE.  FOR SALE, RANCH ON KOOTENAY  river; improved. Inquire \\". P. Robinson,  Nelson.  SITUATIONS WANTED.  WANTED SITUATION AS BOOK-  keoper or clerk. Address bookkeeper, Tribune oflico.  SITUATIONS VACANT.  WANTED THOROUGHLY COMPETENT  bookkeeper for a mine in British Columbia. Must understand keeping and tabulation of mine and mill costs and store  accounts. Apply, giving 'past experience  and references, lo P. O. drawer 50ri, Nelson, IJ. C  WANTED LABORERS AND Tl-IAM-  sters for, railroad construction. Help furnished free. Apply at Western Canadian  Employment  Office,   Ward   street;   Nelson.  AVANTED SCHOOL TEACHER FOR  Pilot Bay school district.- Apply to or address D. 1-1. Klddeil, secretary, Pilot Bay,  B. C.  WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  FREE MILLING GOLD PROPERTIES.  We.are anxious to secure a few free milling gold properties at once. The Prospectors' Exchange, Nelson, B. C, Room* 4,  K. W. C. Block. "���������'���  GOLD, COPPER, SILVER, LEAD  mines and prospects wanted. Send report  and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelson, B.  C, Room 4,. K.- W. C. Block.  ���';��� Nelson Hotel Bar  Punch." On today.'  Try the "Nelson Club  TRANSFER . OF. LIQUOR    LICENSE.  ��� NOTICE - .OF ��� APPLICATION FOR  .TRANSFER.<OF' RETAIL LIQUOR LI-  . CENSE.���Notice Is. hereby given that wo  intend to apjily. at the next sitting of the  board of license.', commissioners for the  .City of. Nelsoh'for the transfer of the retail liquor license now held by us for the  premises known ' as the "Olllce" saloon,  situate on lot-7 In block 9.. sub-division of  lot 95, Ward street. In tho said City of  Nelson, to William Robertson Thomson,  of the said city. < JAMES NEELANDS,  S.   IC.  EMERSON.  Witness:  CHAS.  R.  McDONALD.  Dated at Nelson,.B. C,  this 17th day of  July, 1901.        .   :    -'  500MBN WANTED  ';       TEAS.    -:���..������  AVE HAVE INDIAN, CEYLON, AND  China teas in great variety, choicest quality. Wu make a specialty of blending teas  and-sell them in any quantity at lowest  rales.  Kootenay  Colfee  Company.  JAPAN TEA OF ALL KINDS TO SUIT  your taste. Sun cured, Spider Leg, Pan  Fired; in bulk or packages. Kootenay Coffee Company.  ^THAT^FINE^LEND'OF^CEYLON'TEA^  we are selling- at ao cents per pound is  giving the best of satisfaction to our many  cuslomvrs.   Kootenay   Coffee   Company.  FURNITURE.  D. J. ROBERTSON & CO., FURNITURE  dealer's, undertakers and embalmers. Day  'phone No. iffl-J, night 'nhone No. 207. Next  new postoflice building, Vernon street,  Nelson.  DRAY AGS.  FURNITURE, PIANOS, SAFES, ETC.,  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J. T. Wilson, Phone -,ri), Prosser's second Hand store, Ward street.  GROCERIES.  A. MACDONALD & CO.-CORNER OF  Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale  grocers and jobbers in blankets, gloves,  mitts, boots, rubbers, niaekinaws and millers- sundries. i-  KOOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY,-'LIM-  ited.���Vernon street, Nelson, wholosalo  grocers.  JOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-FRONT  street, Nelson, wholesale grocers.  J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-FRONT STREET,  Nelson, wholesale dealers in provisions,  cured meats, butter and eggs.  LIQUORS  AND  DRY   G00DS7     ,  TURNER, BEETON & CO.-CORNER  Vernon" and Josephine streets,, Nelson,  wholesale dealers iu liquors, cigars and dry  goods. j\gents for Pabst Brewing Company  of Milwaukee, and Calgary Brewing Company of Calgary.  ~     FRESPI ANlTsALT MEATS.  P. BURNS & CO.���BAKER STREBT,  Nolson, wholesale dealers in fresh and  cured moats. Cold storag-e.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA AV INE COMPANY, L1MI-  tod���Corner of Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in wines, case and  bulk, and domestic and imported cigars.  ���sac  ^mttmmMsfi  AUCTION SALE  OF TOWN LOTS IN NEW DENVER  The undersigned have been authorized to offer for sale the following lots'  in the government portion of tlie town-  site of New Denver for sale at public  auction at the Newmarket hotel, New  Denver, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon on  THURSDAY,   JULY 25t��i, 1901.  G���1, 2, S, 4, 5.  4���1, 2, 3, 4, li, S, 9, 10, 11.  5���2, :,, 4, G, 10, 11, 32.  !)���"I, 2, I,; 4, 5, (>, 7. 8, !), 10, 11, 12."   ���  10���1, 2. 3, 4, 5. (i, 7, S, 9, 10, 11,   12.     -  11���1, 3, 4, 5, (!, 7, S, 9, 10, 11.  12���2, 3, 4, 5, 7, S. 10, 12,  13���2, 3, 4. 5, ��J, 10, 11.  1-1���4, 5, 10.  15���1, 2, 3, 4, 7a, 8. !';.,  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 ?2.50N per day.  GOOD STATION WORK  CAN BE SECURED.  For   further .particulars   apply   to   the  Nelson  Employment Agencies  or to  CARLSON & PORTER  CONTRACTORS,  CHOP HOUSE.  PIONEER CHOP HOUSE, JOHN  Spear, proprietor, opposite Queen's Hotel,  Baker sU'Wt. Nel.son. Open day and night.  Lunelle^ a siicclalty. Picnic and traveling  ���JWUes supplied on shortest notice.  ICE CREAM AND FRUIT.  FOR COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE  g-o to the Ice cream parlors of J. A. McDonald, Baker street, where every attention and requisite is supplied.  AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE & CO., LIMITED.���CORNER  Vernon and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers in aerated waters and fruit syrups. Sole agents  for Halcyon Springs mineral water. Telephone 60.  ASSAYERS'  SUPPLIES"  W. F.- TEETZEO 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.  H. J. EVANS & CO.-BAKER STREET,  Nelson, wholesale dealers- in liquors,  cigars, oement, lire brick and fire clay,  water pipe and steel rails, and general  commission merchants.  " ELECTRICAL  SUPPLIES. ~  KOOTENjVY ELECTRIC SUPPLY &  Construction Company.���wholesale dealers  in telephones, annunciators,, bells, batteries, electric fixtures and appliances. Houston Block, Nelson.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES  H. BYERS & CO.���CORNER BAKER  and Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale  dealers' in hardware and mining supplies.  Agents for Giant Powder-Company.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY���  Baker, street, Nelson, wholesale dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, and water  and plumpers* supplies,  TERMS AND CONDITIONS  OF SAJ.E  1. The upset price on each lot offered  is $100.   . '.., .      ;���...���''���  2. Subject ' to the '..'upset price the  highest bidder will be the purchaser, but  the government may withdraw any lot  from sale if, the government agent is  not satisfied with the competition.  3. The title 'will be that of Crown  Grant, for which a fee of $10 beyond; the  purchase money will be charged.  4. Each and every purchaser is required at the drop of the hammer to  pay a deposit .of fifty per cent of the purchase price in Cash to the Auctioneer  =attending-the=saler-vho-will=give=an=offi-=  cial receipt for the same.   .  5. The remainder .of the purchase  moneys will be payable at the office of  the Government Agent at Nelson, on or  before Tuesday the 31st day of December next, with interest at the rate of 0  per cent per annum.  0. Where  lots  for  sale  adjoin,  each  purchaser of a lot will have the privilege of taking the next adjoining lot at.  tlie same price.  7. As rea-arris the deferred payments,  time will be deemed the essence of the  contract and any purchaser making default of payment at tho time fixed by  tiiese coniuuions, will absolutely forfeit  his deposit and claim to bo deemed the  purchaser. Lots upon which default shall  have, so happened will again, if the government so determine, ue put up for sale  and re-sold at some future auction, the  time to be determined by the Government, of which due notice will lie given,  on which occasion may also, if the Government so decide, be again offered for  sale any other lots which may remain  undisposed of.  8. In case any dispute shall arise as  to the highest or last bidder, or any default or question as to the deposit, the  property will again be put up at the  former highest bid.  9. All lots will be sold subject to payment by ^..e purchaser of the value of   .  the   improvements   erected   thereon,   if  any, as the same may be appraised by  the Government.  G. A.  & GO.  AUCTIONEERS  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  PERMANENT LOAN  AND SAVINGS COMPANY  DIVIDEND  NO.  6.  Take notice that a dividend at the rate  of S per cent per annum for the half year  ending Juno a)tli, 1981, has beeu declared  on class "A" Permanent Stock, and that  the saSd dividend will be payable at. the-  head ofllce of the company, Vancouver,  B. C, on and after July 35th, 1901.  THOMAS LANGLArS,  President.  E.  J.  FLATT,  Agent,  Nelson.  .Vancouver, July 13th, 1901.  ��."w-:*."^-*,*:j r~  ���''������P"--. ������**>.���-�� ���-������rC'-fjr--' .--���:��� ** "���

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